Ricoh MP2554SP MP3054SP MP3554SP MP4054SP MP5054SP MP6054SP Service Manual (product code D197 D198 D199 D200 D201 D202)


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1. PRODUCT INFORMATION
1.1 PRODUCT OVERVIEW
1.1.1 COMPONENT LAYOUT
1.1.2 PAPER PATH
1.1.3 DRIVE LAYOUT
1.1.4 PARTS LAYOUT
Scanner Unit
Paper Feed Unit
Laser Unit/ PCDU
Fusing Unit
Waste Toner Bottle
Duplex/Bypass Unit
Paper Exit/ Reverse Unit
Air Flow
Drive Unit
Electrical Component
1.2 MACHINE CODES AND PERIPHERALS CONFIGURATION
1.2.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND OPTIONS
D197/D198/D199 (NA)
D200/D201 (NA)
D202 (NA)
D197/D198/D199 (EU)
D200/D201 (EU)
D202 (EU)
D197/D198/D199 (Asia)
D200/D201 (Asia)
D202 (Asia)
Guidance for Those Who are Familiar with The Predecessor Product
1.2.2 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SIMILAR MODELS
D182/D183 vs. D197/D199
D129/D130 vs. D200/D201/D202
Differences between D146 Series

2. INSTALLATION
2.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
D197/D198/D199/D200/D201/D202 ii SM
2.1.1 ENVIRONMENT
2.1.2 MACHINE LEVEL
2.1.3 MINIMUM SPACE REQUIREMENTS
2.1.4 MACHINE DIMENSIONS
2.1.5 POWER REQUIREMENTS
2.2 MAIN MACHINE INSTALLATION
2.2.1 IMPORTANT NOTICE ON SECURITY ISSUES
Overview
Password Setting Procedure
2.2.2 INSTALLATION FLOW CHART
D197/D198/D199
D200/D201/D202
2.2.3 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.2.4 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Unloading
Tapes and Retainers
Toner Bottle
Paper Exit Tray Stopper
Emblem, Decals
Completion
2.2.5 SECURITY SETTINGS
2.2.6 CHECK IMAGE QUALITY / SETTINGS
Loading Paper
Checking the copy image with the test chart
SP Settings
Upper Tray (Size Adjust Tray 1)
Lower Tray (Size Adjust Tray 2)
By-Pass Tray (By-Pass Size Detection)
2.2.7 MOVING THE MACHINE
2.2.8 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE
2.3 PAPER FEED UNIT PB3210/ PB3220
2.3.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.3.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.4 PAPER FEED UNIT PB3150
2.4.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.4.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.5 LCIT PB3170/ PB3230
2.5.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.5.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Changing the paper size
2.6 LCIT RT3030
2.6.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.6.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Changing the Paper Size
2.7 CASTER TABLE TYPE M3
2.7.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.7.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
For Installing Directly under the Main Machine
For Installing under PB3150
2.8 PLATEN COVER PN2000 (D700)
2.8.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.8.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.9 ARDF DF3090
2.9.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.9.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
When feeding thin paper
2.10 SPDF DF3080
2.10.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.10.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Attaching the SPDF
Attaching the Sub IPU
Adjust SP Settings
2.11 BRIDGE UNIT BU3070
2.11.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.11.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.12 1 BIN TRAY BN3110
2.12.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.12.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.13 INTERNAL SHIFT TRAY SH3070
2.13.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.13.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.14 SIDE TRAY TYPE M3
2.14.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.14.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.15 BOOKLET FINISHER SR3170 / FINISHER SR3160
2.15.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
Booklet Finisher SR3170 (D688) / Finisher SR3160 (D689)
2.15.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.15.3 ADJUSTMENT AFTER INSTALLING THE FINISHER
How to Check and Adjust the Side-to-Side Registration
2.15.4 AUXILIARY TRAY
2.16 PUNCH UNIT PU3060
2.16.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.16.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.17 BOOKLET FINISHER SR3150 / FINISHER SR3140
2.17.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
Booklet Finisher SR3150 / Finisher SR3140
2.17.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
SR3150
SR3140
2.17.3 ADJUSTMENT AFTER INSTALLING FINISHER
How to Check and Adjust the Side-to-Side Registration
2.18 PUNCH UNIT PU3050
2.18.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.18.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.19 INTERNAL FINISHER SR3180
2.19.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.19.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Staple Setting as an Initial Setting
2.20 INTERNAL FINISHER SR3130
2.20.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.20.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.21 PUNCH UNIT PU3040
2.21.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.21.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.22 SMART OPERATION PANEL TYPE M3
2.22.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.22.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.23 ANTI-CONDENSATION HEATER TYPE M12
2.23.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.23.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Anti-Condensation Heater (Scanner)
Anti-Condensation Heater (PCU)
2.24 ANTI-CONDENSATION HEATER FOR TRAYS
2.24.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.24.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Anti-Condensation Heater for Paper Feed Tray (Main Unit)
Anti-Condensation Heater for Paper Feed Unit PB3210 / PB3220
Anti-Condensation Heater for Paper Feed Unit PB3150
Anti-Condensation Heater for LCIT PB3170/ PB3230
2.25 CARD READER BRACKET TYPE 3352
2.25.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.25.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Scanner Right Cover
Upper Rear Cover
2.26 KEY COUNTER BRACKET TYPE M3
2.26.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.26.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.27 OPTIONAL COUNTER INTERFACE UNIT TYPE M12
2.27.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.27.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.28 SMART CARD READER BUILT-IN UNIT TYPE M12
2.28.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.28.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.29 INTERNAL OPTIONS
2.29.1 LIST OF SLOTS
2.30 PRINTER/SCANNER UNIT TYPE M12
2.30.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.30.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.31 IEEE 1284 INTERFACE BOARD TYPE A
2.31.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.31.2 INSTALLATION
2.32 IEEE 802.11A/G/N INTERFACE UNIT TYPE M2
2.32.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.32.2 INSTALLATION
2.32.3 USER TOOL SETTINGS FOR IEEE 802.11A/G/N
SP Mode Settings for IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN
2.33 BLUETOOTH INTERFACE UNIT TYPE D
2.33.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.33.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.34 FILE FORMAT CONVERTER TYPE E
2.34.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.34.2 INSTALLATION
2.35 USB DEVICE SERVER OPTION TYPE M12
2.35.1 COMPONENT CHECK
Interface Board Surface
2.35.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
What Do the LED Indications Mean?
Notes for Energy Save Mode Setting
2.35.3 IP ADDRESS SETTING
2.36 COPY DATA SECURITY UNIT TYPE G
2.36.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.36.2 INSTALLATION
User Tool Setting
2.37 HARD DISK DRIVE OPTION TYPE M12
2.37.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.37.2 INSTALLATION
2.38 SD CARD OPTION
2.38.1 SD CARD SLOTS
2.38.2 LIST OF SLOTS USED
2.39 SD CARD APPLI MOVE
2.39.1 OVERVIEW
2.39.2 MOVE EXEC
2.39.3 UNDO EXEC
2.40 OCR UNIT TYPE M2
2.40.1 ACCESSORY CHECK
2.40.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.40.3 RECOVERY PROCEDURE
2.41 BROWSER UNIT TYPE M12
2.41.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.41.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
To update EXJS
When checking the version of EXJS
Browser unit uninstallation procedure
2.41.3 SETTINGS
Browser default setting
2.42 SD CARD FOR NETWARE PRINTING TYPE M12
2.42.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.42.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.43 POSTSCRIPT3 UNIT TYPE M12
2.43.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.43.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.44 XPS DIRECT PRINT OPTION TYPE M12
2.44.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.44.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.45 IPDS UNIT TYPE M12
2.45.1 ACCESSORIES
2.45.2 INSTALLATION
2.46 EXTERNAL KEYBOARD BRACKET TYPE M3 (D739-10)
2.46.1 COMPONENT CHECK
2.46.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.47 DATA OVERWRITE SECURITY UNIT TYPE I (D362)
2.47.1 OVERVIEW
2.47.2 COMPONENT LIST
2.47.3 BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE PROCEDURE
Seal Check and Removal
2.47.4 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.48 SECURITY SETTING
2.48.1 SECURITY FUNCTION INSTALLATION
2.48.2 DATA OVERWRITE SECURITY
Before You Begin the Procedure
Using Auto Erase Memory
2.48.3 HDD ENCRYPTION
Before You Begin the Procedure:
Enable Encryption Setting
Backing Up the Encryption Key
Encryption Key Restoration
2.49 @REMOTE SETTINGS
2.50 OPERATION GUIDANCE FOR USERS

3. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
3.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TABLES
3.2 IMAGE QUALITY STANDARDS
3.2.1 RESOLUTION
3.2.2 MAGNIFICATION RATIO ERROR MARGIN
3.2.3 MAGNIFICATION RATIO ERROR MARGIN DEVIATION
3.2.4 PITCH ERROR MARGIN
3.2.5 PERPENDICULARITY
3.2.6 LINEARITY
3.2.7 PARALLELISM
3.2.8 MISSING IMAGE AREA
3.2.9 MARGIN POSITION
3.3 PAPER TRANSFER QUALITY STANDARDS
3.3.1 REGISTRATION
3.3.2 SKEW
Exposure glass
ADF
3.4 PM PARTS SETTINGS
3.4.1 PM PARTS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
3.4.2 AFTER INSTALLING THE NEW PM PARTS
3.4.3 OPERATION CHECK

4. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
4.1 NOTES ON THE MAIN POWER SWITCH
4.1.1 PUSH SWITCH
Characteristics of the Push Switch (DC Switch)
Shutdown Method
Forced Shutdown
4.2 BEFOREHAND
4.3 SPECIAL TOOLS AND LUBRICANTS
4.3.1 SPECIAL TOOLS
4.3.2 LUBRICANTS
4.4 COVER REMOVAL ORDER
4.4.1 COVER LAYOUTS
4.4.2 COVER REMOVAL ORDER
4.5 EXTERIOR COVERS
4.5.1 FRONT COVER
4.5.2 CONTROLLER COVER
4.5.3 LEFT UPPER COVER
4.5.4 LEFT REAR COVER
4.5.5 LEFT COVER
4.5.6 CONTROLLER REAR COVER
4.5.7 REAR LEFT COVER
4.5.8 REAR RIGHT COVER
4.5.9 REAR LOWER GAP COVER
4.5.10 REAR LOWER COVER
4.5.11 SCANNER REAR COVER
4.5.12 RIGHT REAR COVER
4.5.13 RIGHT UPPER COVER
4.5.14 RIGHT COVER
4.5.15 MAIN POWER SWITCH COVER
4.5.16 INVERTER TRAY
4.5.17 PAPER EXIT TRAY
4.5.18 PAPER EXIT COVER
4.5.19 PAPER EXIT LOWER COVER
4.5.20 UPPER INNER COVER
4.5.21 PAPER EXIT FRONT COVER
4.5.22 INNER COVER
4.5.23 TONER SUPPLY HOUSING
4.6 OPERATION PANEL
4.6.1 OPERATION PANEL
4.6.2 KEY CONTROL BOARD
4.6.3 INTERFACE BOARD
4.6.4 LCD PANEL
4.6.5 LCD
Notes when replacing the LCD
Replacement procedure
4.7 SCANNER UNIT
4.7.1 SCANNER EXTERIOR
Scanner Upper Cover
Scanner Right Cover
Scanner Front Cover
Scanner Left Cover
4.7.2 EXPOSURE GLASS
4.7.3 SCANNER LAMP
4.7.4 SCANNER MOTOR
4.7.5 LENS BLOCK
4.7.6 ORIGINAL SIZE SENSORS (APS)
4.7.7 SIO
4.7.8 SCANNER HP SENSOR
4.7.9 DF POSITION SENSOR
4.7.10 ADJUSTING THE SCANNER WIRE
Scanner Wire (Front)
Scanner Wire Assembly (Front)
Scanner Position Adjustment
Scanner Wire (Rear)
Scanner Wire Assembly (Rear)
4.7.11 MODIFYING THE SCANNER (CONTACT/CONTACTLESS) WHEN USING ARDF
Procedure for the ADF
Procedure for the Scanner
4.7.12 MODIFYING THE SCANNER (CONTACT/CONTACTLESS) WHEN USING SPDF
Procedure for the SPDF
Procedure for the Scanner
4.8 LASER UNIT
4.8.1 CAUTION DECAL LOCATION
4.8.2 LASER UNIT
Removing the Laser Unit
Installing a New Laser Unit
Mainframe Claws
Laser Unit Claws
After Installing the New Laser Unit
4.8.3 QUENCHING LAMP
4.8.4 PCL (PRE CLEANING LIGHT)
4.9 PCDU
4.9.1 BEFORE REPLACING A PCU OR DEVELOPMENT UNIT
4.9.2 PCDU
4.9.3 PCU/DEVELOPMENT UNIT
Notes When Installing the Face Plates
Face plate for front side
Face plate for rear side
Installing a PCU
Installing a Development Unit
4.9.4 OPC DRUM
4.9.5 CHARGE ROLLER, CLEANING ROLLER
4.9.6 PICK-OFF PAWLS
4.9.7 CLEANING BLADE
4.9.8 DEVELOPER
4.9.9 DEVELOPMENT FILTER
4.9.10 TD SENSOR
4.9.11 DEVELOPMENT MIXING AUGER BEARINGS
4.9.12 DEVELOPMENT MIXING AUGER (L / R)
4.10 WASTE TONER
4.10.1 WASTE TONER BOTTLE
4.10.2 TONER COLLECTION FULL SENSOR
4.10.3 RECYCLING SHUTTER SOLENOID
4.10.4 RECYCLING SHUTTER
4.11 TRANSFER UNIT
4.11.1 TRANSFER UNIT
4.11.2 TRANSFER ROLLER UNIT
4.11.3 ID SENSOR
Before Replacing the ID Sensor
Replacement Procedure
4.11.4 TRANSFER UNIT OPEN/CLOSE LED
4.11.5 TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY SENSOR
4.11.6 FUSING ENTRANCE SENSOR
4.11.7 TRANSFER UNIT OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR
4.12 DRIVE UNIT
4.12.1 DRUM/WASTE TONER MOTOR
4.12.2 DEVELOPMENT MOTOR
4.12.3 FUSING/PAPER EXIT MOTOR (D197/D199 ONLY)
4.12.4 FUSING MOTOR (D200/D201/D202 ONLY)
4.12.5 PAPER EXIT MOTOR (D200/D201/D202 ONLY)
4.12.6 REGISTRATION MOTOR
4.12.7 PAPER FEED MOTOR
4.12.8 VERTICAL TRANSPORT MOTOR
4.12.9 TRANSFER ROLLER CONTACT MOTOR
4.12.10 TONER HOPPER
4.12.11 TONER SUPPLY MOTOR
4.13 FUSING UNIT
4.13.1 FUSING UNIT
Replacement
4.13.2 FUSING ENTRANCE GUIDE PLATE
Cleaning the Fusing Entrance Guide Plate
4.13.3 FUSING EXIT GUIDE PLATE
4.13.4 FUSING UPPER COVER
4.13.5 FUSING LOWER COVER
4.13.6 HEATING SLEEVE BELT UNIT
Replacement
To Clear SC544-02 or SC554-02
4.13.7 PRESSURE ROLLER AND PRESSURE ROLLER BEARINGS
Adjustment before Replacing the Pressure Roller and Pressure Roller
Bearings
Replacement
4.13.8 THERMOSTAT UNIT
4.13.9 FUSING ROLLER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
4.13.10 PRESSURE ROLLER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
4.13.11 FUSING THERMOPILE
4.13.12 NOTES WHEN REASSEMBLING THE FUSING UNIT
Harness route: when looking at the bottom of the fusing unit
Harness route: when looking at the side of the fusing unit
4.14 PAPER EXIT
4.14.1 PAPER EXIT UNIT
4.14.2 PAPER EXIT SWITCHING SOLENOID
4.14.3 PAPER EXIT SENSOR
4.14.4 REVERSE SENSOR
4.14.5 PAPER EXIT FULL SENSOR
4.14.6 REVERSE MOTOR
4.14.7 FUSING EXIT SENSOR
4.15 PAPER FEED
4.15.1 PAPER FEED UNIT
1st Paper Feed Unit
2nd Paper Feed Unit
4.15.2 PAPER DUST COLLECTION UNIT
4.15.3 PICK-UP ROLLER, PAPER FEED ROLLER, SEPARATION
ROLLER, TORQUE LIMITER
4.15.4 1ST / 2ND PAPER FEED TRAY LIFT MOTOR
4.15.5 1ST / 2ND PAPER FEED SENSOR
4.15.6 VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSOR
4.15.7 LIMIT SENSOR
4.15.8 1ST PAPER END SENSOR / 2ND PAPER END SENSOR
4.15.9 REGISTRATION SENSOR
4.16 DUPLEX UNIT
4.16.1 DUPLEX/BY-PASS MOTOR
4.16.2 DUPLEX ENTRANCE MOTOR
4.16.3 DUPLEX ENTRANCE SENSOR
4.16.4 DUPLEX EXIT SENSOR
4.17 BYPASS TRAY UNIT
4.17.1 BYPASS TRAY
4.17.2 BYPASS PAPER END SENSOR
4.17.3 BYPASS PICK-UP ROLLER
4.17.4 BYPASS PAPER FEED ROLLER
4.17.5 BYPASS SEPARATION ROLLER
4.17.6 TORQUE LIMITER
4.17.7 BYPASS WIDTH SENSOR
4.17.8 BYPASS LENGTH SENSOR
4.18 PCBS AND OTHER ITEMS
4.18.1 OVERVIEW
Around the Controller Box
Around the Power Supply Box
4.18.2 IPU
IPU Sub (If SPDF is installed)
4.18.3 BCU
When installing the new BCU
Replacing the NVRAM (EEPROM) on the BCU
4.18.4 CONTROLLER BOARD
NVRAM on the controller board
4.18.5 HDD
Adjustment after replacement
4.18.6 HVPS
4.18.7 PSU
PSU Fuse Location
4.18.8 HEATER BOARD
4.18.9 CONTROLLER BOX
4.18.10 TEMPERATURE SENSOR
4.19 FANS/FILTERS
4.19.1 ODOR FILTER
4.19.2 DUST FILTER
4.19.3 DEVELOPMENT EXHAUST FAN
4.19.4 PAPER EXIT COOLING FAN
4.19.5 FUSING FAN
4.19.6 DEVELOPMENT BEARING COOLING FAN (D200/D201/D202 ONLY)
4.19.7 PSU COOLING FAN (D200/D201/D202 ONLY)
4.20 ADJUSTMENT AFTER REPLACEMENT
4.20.1 PRINTING
Registration – Leading Edge/Side-to-Side
Blank Margin
Main Scan Magnification
Parallelogram Image Adjustment
4.20.2 SCANNING
Registration: Platen Mode
Magnification
4.20.3 SCANNER WIRE
4.20.4 ADF IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
Registration
Sub Scan Magnification
4.20.5 TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION

5. SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
5.1 SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
5.1.1 ENABLING AND DISABLING SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
Entering SP Mode
Exiting SP Mode
5.1.2 TYPES OF SP MODES
SP Mode Button Summary
Switching Between SP Mode and Copy Mode for Test Printing
Selecting the Program Number
Exiting Service Mode
Service Mode Lock/Unlock
PM Counter/ Firmware Update
5.1.3 REMARKS
Others
The following symbols are used in the SP mode tables
5.2 SP MODE TABLES – SP1000
5.2.1 SP1-XXX (FEED)
5.3 SP MODE TABLES – SP2000
5.3.1 SP2-XXX (DRUM)
5.4 SP MODE TABLES – SP3000
5.4.1 SP3-XXX (PROCESS)
*SP3-012 Display result detail
5.5 SP MODE TABLES – SP4000
5.5.1 SP4-XXX (SCANNER)
5.6 SP MODE TABLES – SP5000-1
5.6.1 SP5-XXX (MODE)
5.7 SP MODE TABLES – SP5000-2
5.7.1 SP5-XXX (MODE)
Bit assignment for SP5-828-087
5.8 SP MODE TABLES – SP5000-3
5.8.1 SP5-XXX (MODE)
5.9 SP MODE TABLES – SP6000-1
5.9.1 SP6-XXX (PERIPHERALS)
5.10 SP MODE TABLES – SP6000-2
5.10.1 SP6-XXX (PERIPHERALS)
5.11 SP MODE TABLES – SP7000-1
5.11.1 SP7-XXX (DATA LOG)
5.12 SP MODE TABLES – SP7000-2
5.12.1 SP7-XXX (DATA LOG)
5.13 SP MODE TABLES – SP8000-1
SM xv D197/D198/D199/D200/D201/D202
5.13.1 SP8-XXX (DATA LOG 2)
Keys and abbreviations in Data Log 2
5.14 SP MODE TABLES – SP8000-2
5.14.1 SP8-XXX (DATA LOG 2)
5.15 PRINTER SP MODE
5.15.1 SP1-XXX (SERVICE MODE)
5.16 SCANNER SP MODE
5.16.1 SP1-XXX (SYSTEM AND OTHERS)
5.16.2 SP2-XXX (SCANNING-IMAGE QUALITY)
5.17 INPUT CHECK TABLE
5.17.1 MAIN MACHINE – INPUT CHECK
5.17.2 ADF D779 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.3 1-PASS ADF D683 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.4 2000/3000 SHEETS FINISHER D688 / D689 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.5 INTERNAL FINISHER D690 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.6 1000 SHEETS FINISHER D687 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.7 BRIDGE UNIT D685 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.8 INTERNAL FINISHER D766 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.9 INTERNAL SHIFT TRAY D691 – INPUT CHECK
5.17.10 1 BIN TRAY D692 – INPUT CHECK
5.18 OUTPUT CHECK TABLE
5.18.1 MAIN MACHINE – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.2 ADF D779 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.3 1-PASS ADF D683 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.4 2000/3000 SHEETS FINISHER D688 / D689 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.5 INTERNAL FINISHER D690 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.6 1000 SHEETS FINISHER D687 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.7 BRIDGE UNIT D685 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.8 INTERNAL SHIFT TRAY D691 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.18.9 INTERNAL FINISHER D766 – OUTPUT CHECK
5.19 TEST PATTERN PRINTING
5.20 FIRMWARE UPDATE
5.20.1 OVERVIEW
5.20.2 FIRMWARE TYPE
5.20.3 PROCEDURE
Update procedure
5.20.4 ERROR SCREENS DURING UPDATING
5.21 UPDATING JAVAVM
5.21.1 CREATING AN SD CARD FOR UPDATING
Updating Procedure
List of Error Messages
5.22 UPDATING THE EXJS
5.22.1 TO UPDATE EXJS
5.22.2 WHEN CHECKING THE VERSION OF EXJS
5.23 NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
5.23.1 UPLOADING CONTENT OF NVRAM TO AN SD CARD
5.23.2 DOWNLOADING AN SD CARD TO NVRAM
5.24 UP/SP DATA IMPORT/EXPORT
5.24.1 OVERVIEW
Import/export conditions
5.24.2 UP DATA IMPORT/EXPORT
Data that can be imported and exported
Data that cannot be imported or exported
Exporting Device Information
Importing Device Information
5.24.3 SP DATA IMPORT/EXPORT
Data that can be imported and exported
Exporting Device Information
Importing Device Information
5.24.4 POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR IMPORT/EXPORT PROBLEMS
5.25 ADDRESS BOOK EXPORT/IMPORT
5.25.1 EXPORT
5.25.2 IMPORT
5.25.3 SPECIFICATION
5.26 RFU UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
5.26.1 RFU PERFORMABLE CONDITION
5.27 PACKAGE FIRMWARE UPDATE
5.27.1 OVERVIEW
Types of firmware update files, supported update methods:
5.27.2 IMMEDIATE UPDATE
5.27.3 UPDATE AT THE NEXT VISIT (RESERVE)
How to Set the Machine to Download Firmware Later (RESERVE)
How to Check if the Firmware Downloaded with RESERVE
How to Install Firmware Downloaded with RESERVE
5.27.4 UPDATE VIA SD CARD
5.28 CAPTURING THE DEBUG LOGS
5.28.1 OVERVIEW
Types of debug logs that can be saved
Security of the Operation Log
5.28.2 RETRIEVING THE DEBUG LOGS
Procedure for Retrieving the Debug Log
5.29 SP TEXT MODE (SAVING SMC LIST TO SD CARD)
5.29.1 OVERVIEW
SP Text Mode
5.29.2 PROCEDURE
5.29.3 FILE NAMES OF THE SAVED SMC LISTS
5.29.4 ERROR MESSAGES

6. TROUBLESHOOTING

7. ENERGY SAVING
7.1 ENERGY SAVING
7.1.1 ENERGY SAVE
If the Energy Saver Button Is Pressed During Machine Operation
7.1.2 ENERGY SAVER TIMER
7.2 PAPER SAVE
7.2.1 EFFECTIVENESS OF DUPLEX/COMBINE FUNCTION
1. Duplex:
2. Combine mode:
3. Duplex + Combine:
Paper Savings and Counter
Duplex mode:
2 in 1 mode:
Duplex + 2 in 1 mode:

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