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<p>MAINTENANCE MANUALEco-Solvent Inkjet Printer</p> <p>Rockhopper 46/62</p> <p>Rockhopper: AP-74016, Rev:1.0</p> <p>IntroductionThis equipment is Class 1 communications equipment (communications equipment to be used in commercial and industrial areas) and conforms to Voluntary Communications Control Institute (VCCI) standards for data processing and other equipment for the prevention of radio wave interference in commercial and industrial areas. Therefore, if it is used in or near a residential area, it may cause interference with radio and television reception. It should be used correctly in accordance with the operation manual. I Concerning interference with reception Since this product emits weak radio waves, if it is not installed and used correctly and is thought to be causing interference with radio and television reception, this may be prevented by trying a combination of the following measures: Try changing the orientation of the receiving antenna and feeder. Try changing the orientation of this product. Change the distance between the receiver and this product. Try using different power supply systems for the receiver and this product. I Trademarks included in this manual MUTOH, Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62, MH-GL, MH-GL/2, MH-RTL are trademarks or trade names of Mutoh Industries Ltd. HP, HP-GL, HP-GL/2, HP-RTL, HP759X, HP758X, C2848 are trademarks or trade names of the Hewlett Packard Company. Centronics and Bitronics are trademarks or trade names of the Centronics Data Computer Company. Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0, MS-DOS are trademarks or trade names of the Microsoft Corporation Other names of products and companies are the trademarks or trade names of each relevant company.</p> <p>Model Name: Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON1000</p> <p>This manual contains basic technical details necessary for marketplace servicing to maintain product quality and performance of Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62 printer. Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62 printer is equipped with a self-diagnostic program that will be of service for adjusting and checking whenever a fault is detected or during maintenance. This manual contains all the basic items but actual maintenance work should be undertaken only after a thorough understanding of the functions, operations and movements has been gained from the operation manual and by other means. Please note that there may be occasions where the name of a part used in the explanation in this manual differs from the name of that same part that is used in the operation manual or in the parts list.</p> <p>CAUTION: The details of this product and the contents of this manual are protected by copyright held by this Company and, except for legitimate use by individuals, unauthorized copying, reproduction or distribution in whole or part is forbidden. Details contained in this manual may be subject to future alteration without notice. Details contained in this manual are believed to be correct but please contact this Company or a dealer if an error is suspected or a point is not clear. In no event will this Company be responsible for the consequences of using this product or this manual.</p> <p>Published by Mutoh Europe, Archimedesstraat 13, 8400 Oostende Belgium Copyright February 2002, Mutoh Europe All rights reserved.</p> <p>Introduction</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON1000</p> <p>Some Thoughts on Maintenance Work1. Algunas ideas sobre el trabajo de Mantencinn La mantencion cae en dos categorias, Full mantencion y mantencion preventiva , both of which are aimed at stable operation of the equipment that has been delivered to the user. Las posibilidades de mantencion deben considerar. In principle, fault maintenance and protective maintenance are both carried out by the one person. Both fault maintenance and protective maintenance involve the bringing of maintenance parts. The cooperation of the user/operator is used effectively.</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/624. The need for user/operator cooperation ! CAUTION: The user cannot be compelled to do the following!</p> <p>CON1010</p> <p>Asking the user/operator to cooperate is not a matter of having the user do the maintenance for you but it is necessary in order to have the equipment working more efficiently and for having faults rectified quickly. Actually, even when you do ask for the users cooperation, instead of a simple acknowledgement you will usually get doubts and quibbles such as Im paying for maintenance, Im not familiar with the equipment and it only benefits the manufacturer. However, you must try to persuade the user/operator to cooperate by explaining that doing daily inspections will give better printing quality and giving you all the fine details of a fault 2. Protective maintenance work La mantencion periodica esta designed to provide the user con mas estabilidad operation of the means that the fault will be rectified quickly. equipment and involves the periodic cleaning and replacement of replacement parts. Basic The following explains the items you need in order to understand fault conditions in detail: ideas on protective maintenance include: Check error messages Adhere strictly to preventive maintenance periods. Check users usage conditions In a case of carrying out preventive maintenance, gain the approval of the user before Output from diagnostic pattern hand. Output from setup lists Dont press preventive maintenance on the user. Retest after changing settings Probability of recovery by implementing daily inspections. 3. Fault maintenance work A fault will hold up the users work and must be remedied quickly. The following are some basic ideas on fault maintenance: 3-1 If it is not solved by the primary consultation, take the necessary maintenance items and make an on-site visit. Assemble the necessary maintenance parts from the matrix map At the users premises, first check the symptoms. Proceed with maintenance work in accordance with the fault tracing procedure. After the repair work is finished, be sure to check again by testing in accordance with the test procedure. If repair is not possible even though all the work has been done in accordance with the fault tracing procedure: Contact the Sales Support Groups in your local distributor.</p> <p>3-2</p> <p>Some Thoughts on Maintenance Work</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON1010</p> <p>Precautions For Maintaining This PrinterPRECAUTION 1 Head Cleaning PRECAUTION 5</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62 Maintenance Unit Tubes</p> <p>CON2000</p> <p>Head cleaning (see REP1620) must be carried out when this printer is to be transported by truck (see CON6000) and when the following parts are to be replaced. &lt; Replacement parts &gt; Head, Damper, Head Cable, Cartridge Frame Assembly, Ink Tubes</p> <p>If you can not lower the maintenance unit cap assembly and the cap assembly and pump assembly have been replaced: When the two tubes from the pump assembly are being connected to the cap assembly, turn them clockwise through 45 to 90 degrees as you insert them.</p> <p>PRECAUTION 2</p> <p>Head Cleaning Jig</p> <p>PRECAUTION 6</p> <p>Take Care When Inserting Head Cable and Y Cable</p> <p>When the head cleaning jig is to be used, fill the jigs 100 cc bottle with at least 50 cc of cleaning fluid and use it with the cap loosened. If head cleaning is done with the cap tightened, ink will flow back into the 100 cc bottle. When you have finished head cleaning, return the remaining cleaning fluid from the 100 cc bottle to the 500 cc cleaning fluid bottle (JD-42054).</p> <p>When the print head assembly, head board assembly and main board assembly have been replaced, be careful to insert the head cable and Y cable straight to the back and dont forget to lock the connectors. (The connectors fitted with locks are J207 and J208 on the head board.) If the cables are inserted obliquely or power is applied without locking the connectors, there is a risk that the main board assembly may be damaged and it will be impossible for ink to be ejected. PRECAUTION 7 Ink and Cleaning Fluid Conduct Electricity</p> <p>PRECAUTION 3</p> <p>Printing After Initial Filling</p> <p>On rare occasions, printing quality may be unstable if printing is carried out immediately after initial filling. If this occurs, switch off the power and wait for at least 30 minutes before trying to print again.</p> <p>Ink and cleaning fluid will conduct electricity. If there is ink or cleaning fluid on the connectors of the head or head cables when power is applied, there will be a short circuit which may lead to all sorts of damage. If there is ink on the contacts of the connector, wipe it off with alcohol or ethanol and allow to dry thoroughly before reconnecting.</p> <p>PRECAUTION 4</p> <p>Thorough Waste Fluid Bottle Replacement</p> <p>When the following tasks have been carried out,drain the waste fluid bottle. 1. After head cleaning and initial filling. 2. When it was not possible to capture main board assembly backup parameters.</p> <p>Precautions For Maintaining This Printer</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON2000</p> <p>Contents</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON3000</p> <p>Rockhopper-46 3</p> <p>Rockhopper-62</p> <p>Introduction Some Thoughts on Maintenance Work Precautions For Maintaining This Printer Contents How to use the Maintenance Manual Trouble-Shooting Lists Matrix Map Fault-Tracing Procedure Replacement and Adjustment Procedures Fundamental Knowledge Stored Test Patterns Self-Diagnosis Functions Maintenance Parts</p> <p>CON 1000 CON 1010 CON 2000 CON 3001 ~ 3 CON 4000 TRB 0000 MAP 0000 EXA 0000 REP 0000 GID 0000</p> <p>CON 1000 CON 1010 CON 2000 CON 3007 ~ 9 CON 4000 TRB 0000-3 MAP 0000-3 EXA 0000-3 REP 0000-3 GI D 0000-3 PAT 0000-3 BAC 0000-3 CAT 0000-3</p> <p>PAT 0000 BAC 0000 CAT 0000</p> <p>Contents</p> <p>Model Name:Rockhopper-46/62</p> <p>CON3000</p> <p>Model Name: Rockhopper-46</p> <p>CON3001</p> <p>Rockhopper 46 inch</p> <p>Trouble-Shooting Lists When Message is Displayed - How to Use LEDs to Check CPU System and Mechanical System Faults When Message is not Displayed - Initialization, Media Feed, Printing - Noise, Media Cutting, Online, Others</p> <p>TRB0000 TRB1000 TRB1001</p> <p>TRB2000 TRB2001</p> <p>Fault-Tracing Procedure When Message is Displayed - Printer Status Messages - Data Errors - Command Errors - CPU System Faults - Mechanical System Faults</p> <p>EXA0000 EXA1000~ EXA1200~ EXA1250~ EXA1500~ EXA1700~</p> <p>Heater System FaultsMatrix Map When Message is Displayed - Printer Status Messages - Data Errors - Command Errors - CPU System Faults - Mechanical System Faults When Message is not Displayed - Trouble with Initialization - Trouble with Media Feed - Trouble with Printing - Problem Involving Noise - Trouble with Media Cutting - Online/Function Problems - Other MAP0000 MAP1000 MAP1200 MAP1250 MAP1500 MAP1700 When Message is not Displayed - Trouble with Initialization - Trouble with Media Feed - Trouble with Printing - Problem Involving Noise - Trouble with Media Cutting - Online/Function Problems - Others</p> <p>EXA1800EXA2000~ EXA3000~ EXA4000~ EXA5000~ EXA6000~ EXA7000~ EXA8000~</p> <p>Heater SystemMAP2000 MAP3000 MAP4000 MAP5000 MAP6000 MAP7000 MAP8000</p> <p>EXA9000</p> <p>Heater System</p> <p>MAP9000</p> <p>Rockhopper-46 Contents 1 3</p> <p>Model Name: Rockhopper-46</p> <p>Rockhopper-46 Contents 2 3</p> <p>CON3002</p> <p>Replacement and Adjustment Procedures Right and Left Covers Front Cover Panel Cover, Y Rail Cover Front Paper Guide and Rear Paper Guide Left Side Cap and Right Side Cap Control Box Head Cover X Motor Assembly Fan Assembly and Fan Cable X Speed Reduction Belt Lever Sensor Assembly Cover Switch Assembly Waste Fluid Box Sensor Assembly Switch Cable Assembly, DC Cable Assembly Main Board Assembly Power Supply Board Assembly Panel Board Assembly and Heater anel Board Assembly Panel Cable Extension Board Assembly XR Cable Assembly (Rear Paper Sensor) Pressure Assembly, Pressure Roller and Blade Pump Motor Assembly Cap Assembly Wiper Pump Assembly Maintenance Station Assembly Y Motor Assembly Steel Belt T Fence Assembly REP 1010 REP 1020 REP 1030 REP 1040 REP 1041 REP 1050 REP 1060 REP 1070 REP 1080 REP 1090 REP 1100 REP 1110 REP 1120 REP 1130 REP 1140 REP 1150 REP 1160 REP 1170 REP 1180 REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP 1200 1220 1230 1240 1250 1260 1270 1280 1290 1300 Cursor Plate Spring, Steel Flexible Guide Assembly Y Return Pulley Assembly Cartridge Frame Assembly Ink ID Sensor Assembly Detector Assembly Y Cable Ink Tubes Cutter Solenoid Assembly Print Head Assembly, Head Cable Edge Sensor Assembly Head Board Assembly Dampers Cursor Assembly Origin Sensor Assembly, Y Encoder Junction Board Assembly How to Adjust the Platen Height Tubes Guides Assemblies How to Adjust Steel Belt Tension How to Adjust X Speed Reduction Belt Tension How to Adjust the Tilt of the Print Head How to Capture and Install Backup Parameters How to Install a Program (Software Upgrade) Head Cleaning Procedure How to Clean the Head Nozzle Face Speed Reduction Pulley Assembly Grid Roller Assembly F Absorbent Assembly REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP 1310 1320 1330 1340 1350 1360 1370 1380 1390 1410 1420 1430 1440 1450</p> <p>REP 1470 REP 1520 REP REP REP REP 1540 1550 1560 1570</p> <p>REP 1590 REP 1600 REP 1620 REP 1660 REP 1680 REP 1690 REP 1700</p> <p>Front / Rear Heater (or heater sensors)</p> <p>(refer to)RE P 1040</p> <p>Rockhopper-46 Contents 2 3</p> <p>CON3002</p> <p>Rockhopper-46 Contents 3 3Fundamental Knowledge Basic Specifications System Block Diagram Operating Sequence - Power On Sequence - Power Off Sequence - Media Detection Sequence - Normal Standby Sequence - Encoder Disconnected Check Sequence - Origin Detection Sequence - Media Cutting Sequence - Printing Sequence (Including Flushing) GID0000 GID1000 GID3000 GID4010 GID4020 GID4030 GID4040 GID4050 GID4060 GID4070 GID4080 -</p> <p>Model Name: Rockhopper-46Head Rank Input (Include Initial filling) Head Nozzle Verification Left Head Tilt Verification Right Head Tilt Verification Repeatability Printing Positioning CW Adjustment Flush Pointer Adjustment Media Feed Distance Compensation Margin Adjustment Rear Sensor Position Adjustment Test Print Head Wash</p> <p>CON3003BAC2040 BAC2050 BAC2060 BAC2070 BAC2080 BAC2090 BAC2110 BAC2120 BAC2130 BAC2140 BAC2150 BAC2160 BAC3000 BAC3000 BAC3000 BAC4000 BAC4000 BAC4000 BAC5000 BAC5010 BAC5020 BAC6000 BAC6010 BAC6020 BAC6030 BAC6040 BAC6050</p> <p>Stored Test Patterns Presentation Pattern Print quality adjustment pattern Setup List</p> <p>PAT0000 PAT1000 PAT3000 PAT4000</p> <p> Cleaning - Normal - Powerful Test Printing - Head Printing Verification - Adjustment Parameters Parameters - Initialize - Update Aging - Carriage Motor - Media Feed Motor - Cutter - Maintenance Unit - Head</p> <p>Self-Diagnosis Functions Examination - Memory (RAM) Capacity - Version - Panel - Sensors - Encoders - Fans - Ethernet Board - History: Last error message - History: Head nozzle ejection count check - Head Waveform Adjustment - Capping Position Adjustment - Skew Verification</p> <p>BAC0000 BAC1000 BAC1010 BAC1020 BAC1030 BAC1040 BAC1050 BAC1060 BAC1065 BAC1070 BAC1070 BAC1080 BAC2000 BAC2010 BAC2030</p> <p>Maintenance Parts Maintenance...</p>