Konica Minolta Regius Model 110 HQ Mammographie Scanner (first edition) Service Manual


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Present service manual Konica Minolta Regius Model 110 HQ Mammographie Scanner (first edition) contain clear instructions and procedures on how to fix the problems occurring in your equipment.
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Table of contents:

INTRODUCTION
How to Use This Manual
Configuration of This Manual

Chapter 1. Safety Warnings and Cautions
1.1 Alert Symbol Marks
1.2 Signal Words
1.3 Warning Labels
1.3.1 Position and Type of Warning Label
1.4 Cautions Relating to Laws
1.5 Caution for Handling the Unit
1.5.1 Cautions Prior to Usage of the Unit
1.5.2 Cautions Regarding Storage of the Product when Temporarily out of Use
1.5.3 Other Cautions
1.6 Caution for Repairs and Servicing
1.6.1 Cautions Relating to Personal Safety
1.6.2 Cautions Relating to Power Supply Voltage
1.6.3 Cautions Relating to Damage to the Unit
1.6.4 Cautions Relating to Lithium Batteries
1.7 Cautions Relating to Disposal
1.8 Other Precautions

Chapter 2. Before the Repair
2.1 Name of Parts
2.2 Structure
2.3 Principal Specifications
2.3.1 The Unit Specification
2.3.2 Read/Erase of the Image
2.3.3 Control Unit Performance
2.4 Block Diagram
2.5 Position of Major Components
2.5.1 Insertion Unit
2.5.2 Receiver unit
2.5.3 Transporter Unit
2.5.4 Subscan Unit
2.5.5 Optical Unit/Eraser Unit
2.5.6 Detach Detection Unit
2.5.7 Exterior
2.5.8 Framework
2.6 Operation
2.6.1 Operation Transition Diagram
2.6.2 Normal Operation (Image Read Action)
2.6.3 Initialization Action
2.6.4 Erase Action
2.6.5 Optical Unit Maintenance Status
2.7 Handling the Cassette
2.8 Tools, Measuring Devices, Jigs, Etc., Necessary for Service

Chapter 3. Troubleshooting
3.1 Workflow
3.1.1 Restore Operation
3.2 Description of the Error Codes and How to Respond
3.2.1 06000 – 06037: Justifier Motor Errors
3.2.2 06050 – 06090: Receiver Motor Errors
3.2.3 06100 – 06143: Transporter Motor Errors
3.2.4 06150 – 06182: Subscan Motor Errors
3.2.5 06200 – 06231: Insertion Shutter Motor Errors
3.2.6 06250 – 06282: Lock Release Motor Errors
3.2.7 06300 – 06333: Justifier Sensor Errors
3.2.8 06350 – 06385: Receiver Sensor Errors
3.2.9 06400 – 06432: Back Plate Detection Sensor Errors
3.2.10 06450 – 06483: Detach Detection Sensor Errors
3.2.11 06500 – 06534: Insertion Slot Detection Sensor Errors
3.2.12 06550 : Optical Unit/Eraser Unit Errors
3.2.13 06601 – 06603: Fan Error
3.2.14 06650 – 06683: FPGA Errors
3.2.15 06750 – 06781: Front Plate Transfer Motor Errors
3.2.16 14000 – 15000: Signal Process Errors
3.2.17 23000 – 23900: Program Errors
3.2.18 24000 – 25200: Network Errors
3.2.19 26000 – 26900: Operation Errors
3.2.20 Confirm the H-sync Signal
3.3 Response to the Problems Not Displaying Error
3.3.1 Network Related
3.3.2 Power ON/OFF Related
3.3.3 Signal Processing Related
3.3.4 A Strange Noise from the Unit
3.3.5 Faulty Operation by Users
3.4 How to Respond on Image Defect
3.4.1 Flow of Response
3.4.2 Image is Dark or Black in General (Still With Structure of the Object)
3.4.3 Image is Bright or White in General (Still With Structure of the Object)
3.4.4 Horizontal Streak in Part of the Image
3.4.5 Horizontal Streak All Over the Image
3.4.6 Vertical Streak
3.4.7 Quasi-Contour in the Image
3.4.8 Jitter (Jagged Vertical Line) in the Image
3.4.9 Image Size is Different (Vertically)
3.4.10 Image Size is Different (Horizontally)
3.4.11 Top and Bottom of the Image is Trimmed
3.4.12 Sides of the Image is Trimmed
3.4.13 Unevenness is Not Calibrated
3.4.14 Unevenness Calibration Data Is Too High. (MAX-MIN is Over 300 Steps, or Over 400 Steps for Mammo Images)
3.4.15 S Value Fluctuation
3.4.16 Not Enough Contrast (Raw Data)
3.4.17 Different Density Left to Right
3.4.18 Dosage Problem (Compatibility Problem with mAs Value and S Value, Etc.)
3.4.19 Sandy Image
3.4.20 White Dot
3.4.21 Black Dot
3.4.22 Monitor Display Problem (Film is OK)
3.4.23 Duplex Image
3.4.24 Sensitivity Calibration Do Not Fit Within Specification
3.4.25 All Processed Images are Generally High in Contrast
3.4.26 All Processed Images are Generally Low in Contrast
3.4.27 Image Out of Focus
3.4.28 A White Image (Corrected Data Only) is Output
3.4.29 An Image is Slanted

Chapter 4. Confirming Operation Using Service Tool
4.1 Before Confirming the Operation
4.1.1 Outline of Confirming the Operation
4.2 Display [Unit Test] Screen
4.2.1 Display [Unit Test] Screen
4.2.2 Function Outline of the [Unit Test] Screen
4.3 Confirming Operation for Each Unit
4.4 Confirming by Step Operation
4.5 Confirming the Status of the Sensors

Chapter 5. Disassembly and Assembly
5.1 Before Disassembly
5.1.1 Precautions during Disassembly/Assembly
5.2 Basic Works
5.2.1 Power OFF/ON
5.2.2 Moving the Unit
5.2.3 Removing/Installing the Exterior Panel and Insertion Unit
5.2.4 Removing/Installing the Second Front Door
5.2.5 Removing/Installing the Optical Unit
5.2.6 Moving the Push Plate Unit
5.3 Replacing the Parts on the Insertion Unit
5.3.1 Replacing the Operation Unit (Operation Panel)
5.3.2 Changing the Mounting Location of the Operation Unit
5.3.3 Replacing the Eraser Cooling Fan
5.3.4 Replacing the Indicator
5.3.5 Replacing the Barcode Reader
5.3.6 Replacing the Back Plate Drop Detection Sensor
5.3.7 Replacing the Insertion Slot Detection Sensors (LLB)
5.3.8 Replacing the Insertion Slot Detection Sensors (LPB)
5.3.9 Replacing the Shutter Open Detection Sensor
5.3.10 Replacing the Shutter Close Detection Sensor
5.3.11 Replacing the Shutter Motor
5.3.12 Replacing the Shutter Unit
5.4 Replacing the Parts on the Receiver unit
5.4.1 Replacing the Justifier HP Sensor
5.4.2 Replacing the Justifier Sensor
5.4.3 Replacing the Justifier Motor
5.4.4 Replacing the Justifier Standard Sensor
5.4.5 Replacing the Receiver Sensor
5.4.6 Replacing the Receiver HP Sensor
5.4.7 Replacing the Receiver Motor
5.4.8 Replacing the Lock HP Sensor
5.4.9 Replacing the Lock Motor
5.4.10 Replacing the Front Plate Transfer Motor
5.4.11 Replacing the Front Plate Open/Close Position Sensor and
Front Plate HP Sensor
5.4.12 Replacing the Receiver (Receiver Unit Assembly)
5.4.13 Replacing the Justifier Guide Unit Assembly
5.4.14 Replacing the Receiver Belt
5.4.15 Replacing the Justifier Belt
5.5 Replacing the Parts on the Subscan Unit
5.5.1 Replacing the Subscan HP Sensor
5.5.2 Replacing the Simple Fixing Unit
5.5.3 Replacing the Encoder/Wires
5.5.4 Replacing the Tumbler (Lower)
5.5.5 Replacing the Cable Bear
5.6 Replacing the Parts on the Optical Unit
5.6.1 Replacing the LMD
5.6.2 Replacing the LMC
5.6.3 Replacing the Inverter
5.6.4 Replacing the Photomultiplier Tube Filter Assembly
5.7 Replacing the Parts on the Eraser Unit
5.7.1 Replacing the Erase Lamp Unit (Halogen Lamp)
5.7.2 Replacing the Hot-Cathode Tube Lamp
5.7.3 Replacing the Halogen Lamp
5.8 Replacing the Parts on the Detach Detection Unit
5.8.1 Replacing the Detach Detection Sensor (Upper)
5.8.2 Replacing the Detach Detection Sensor (Lower)
5.8.3 Replacing the Detach Detection Roller
5.9 Replacing the Parts on the Exterior
5.9.1 Replacing the Second Front Door Lock Mechanisms
5.9.2 Replacing the Interlock Switch
5.9.3 Replacing the Noise Filter
5.9.4 Replacing the Circuit Protector
5.9.5 Replacing the Capacitor
5.9.6 Replacing Resistant Assembly
5.9.7 Replacing the Halogen Power Supply
5.9.8 Replacing the PCU
5.9.9 Replacing the Transformer Unit Relay (Interlock Relay 1)
5.9.10 Replacing the Standby Power Supply Unit Relay (Interlock Relay 2)
5.9.11 Replacing the Standby Power Supply
5.9.12 Replacing the Analog Power Supply
5.9.13 Replacing the Digital Power Supply
5.9.14 Replacing the Transformer
5.9.15 Replacing the Digital Power Supply Cooling Fan
5.9.16 Replacing the MDU Cooling Fan
5.10 Replacing the Parts on the Framework
5.10.1 Replacing the CIU
5.10.2 Replacing the MDU3
5.10.3 Replacing the CF Card
5.10.4 Replacing the Transporter HP Sensor
5.10.5 Replacing the Transporter Read Sensor
5.10.6 Replacing the Transporter Motor
5.10.7 Replacing the Back Plate Absorption Detection Sensor
5.10.8 Replacing the Brush (Cleaning Unit)
5.10.9 Replacing the Tumbler (Upper)
5.10.10 Replacing the Back Plate Detection Unit
5.10.11 Replacing the Cleaning Unit

Chapter 6/ Adjustment
6.1 Adjust Justifier Belt Tension
6.2 Adjust Receiver Belt Tension
6.3 Adjustment of Justifier Motor
6.4 Adjust Wire Tension
6.5 Adjust Position of Detach Detection Roller/Sensor
6.6 Adjustment of Pressing Amount
6.7 Adjustment of Push Pull Amount

Chapter 7. Periodic Maintenance
7.1 Maintenance Schedule
7.2 Maintenance Performed Annually
7.2.1 Workflow
7.2.2 Cleaning Brush and Check for Fallen Foreign Objects
7.2.3 Cleaning Cassette Absorption Magnet
7.2.4 Greasing LM Guide
7.2.5 Greasing Transporter Lead Screw Unit and Transporter Motor Unit Assembly Gear Mechanism Unit
7.2.6 Greasing of Release Shaft Holder
7.2.7 Greasing Justifier Motor Unit Assembly Gear Mechanism
7.2.8 Move to the Installed Location

Chapter 8. Appendix
8.1 Service Tool Screen (Unit Test)
8.1.1 [Indicator] Panel
8.1.2 [DC Motor] Panel
8.1.3 [Pulse Motor] Panel
8.1.4 [Linear Motor] Panel
8.1.5 [Others] Panel
8.1.6 [Settings] Panel
8.1.7 [Adjustment] Panel
8.1.8 [Monitoring] Panel
8.2 Global Wiring Diagram
8.3 Circuit Board Silk Screen Diagram
8.3.1 MDU3 (Mechanism Control Circuit Board)
8.3.2 CIU (System Control Circuit Board)
8.3.3 LMC (Optical/Subscan Control Circuit Board)
8.3.4 LMD (Motor Drive Circuit Board)
8.4 Contents of Barcode
8.5 Operation of the Acoustic Wave Tension Meter