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  • COPYRIGHT 2000 CANON INC. FINISHER-F1/SADDLE FINISHER-F2 REV. 0 JULY 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)

    FINISHER-F1/SADDLE FINISHER-F2

    SERVICEMANUALREVISION 0

    JULY 2000 FY8-13GU-000

  • COPYRIGHT 2000 CANON INC. FINISHER-F1/SADDLE FINISHER-F2 REV. 0 JULY 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)

    IMPORTANT

    THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN PUBLISHED BY CANON, INC., JAPAN.SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN MAY DIFFER SLIGHTLYFROM ACTUAL MACHINE VALUES OR THOSE FOUND IN ADVERTISING AND OTHERPRINTED MATTER.

    ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN SHOULD BE DIRECTEDTO THE COPIER SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE COMPANY.

    COPYRIGHT 2000 CANON INC.

    Printed in JapanImprim au Japon

    Use of this manual should be strictly super-

    vised to avoid disclosure of confidential in-

    formation.

    Prepared by

    OFFICE IMAGING PRODUCTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEPARTMENT 3OFFICE IMAGING PRODUCTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DIVISION

    CANON INC.

    5-1, Hakusan 7-chome, Toride-shi Ibaraki, 302-8501 Japan

  • COPYRIGHT 2000 CANON INC. FINISHER-F1/SADDLE FINISHER-F2 REV. 0 JULY 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) i

    This Service Manual contains basic data and figures for the Finisher-F1/Saddle Fin-isher-F2 needed to service the machine in the field.

    This manual comprises the following chapters:

    Chapter 1 General Description introduces the finishers features, specifications, andnames of parts, and shows how to operate the finisher.

    Chapter 2 Finisher Unit Basic Operation discusses the principles of operation used forthe finisher mechanical and electrical systems. It also explains the timing atwhich these systems are operated.

    Chapter 3 Saddle Finisher Unit Basic Operation discusses the principles of operationused for the saddle stitcher units mechanical and electrical systems. It alsoexplains the timing at which these systems are operated.

    Chapter 4 Puncher (option) Unit Basic Operation discusses the principles of operationused for the puncher units mechanical and electrical systems. It also explainsthe timing at which these systems are operated.

    Chapter 5 Mechanical System discusses how the finisher is constructed mechanically,and shows how it may be disassembled/assembled and adjusted.

    Chapter 6 Maintenance and Inspection provides tables of periodically replaced partsand consumables and durables, together with a scheduled servicing chart.

    Chapter 7 Troubleshooting shows how to troubleshoot possible faults and gives electri-cal parts arrangement diagrams, LED/check pin diagrams by PCB, and selfdiagnosis tables.

    Appendix contains diagrams showing tables of signals, overall circuit dia-grams and tables of solvents/oils.

    Descriptions regarding installation are not mentioned in this Service Manual as theFinisher-F1/Saddle Finisher-F2s packing boxes contain Installation Procedures.

    The descriptions in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for prod-uct improvement or other purposes, and major changes will be communicated in the formof Service Information bulletins.

    All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of thisService Manual and all relevant Service Information bulletins, and be able to identify andisolate faults in the machine.

    INTRODUCTION

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  • COPYRIGHT 2000 CANON INC. FINISHER-F1/SADDLE FINISHER-F2 REV. 0 JULY 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) iii

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

    CONTENTS

    I. FEATURES ..................................1-1II. SPECIFICATIONS .......................1-2

    A. Specifications ...........................1-2B. Cross Section ...........................1-9

    III. Using the Machine .................... 1-12A. Removing Paper Jams from

    the Finisher Unit .....................1-12B. Supplying the Finisher Unit

    with Staples ............................1-13C. Removing Staple Jams from

    the Finisher Unit .....................1-15D. Removing Paper Jams from

    the Saddle Stitcher Unit(Saddle Finisher-F2) ..............1-16

    E. Supplying the Saddle StitcherUnit with Staples(Saddle Finisher-F2) ..............1-18

    F. Removing Staple Jams fromthe Saddle Stitcher Unit(Saddle Finisher-F2) ..............1-19

    G. Removing Paper Jams fromthe Puncher Unit (option) ........1-21

    H. Removing Punched Scrap fromthe Puncher Unit (option) ...... 1-22

    IV. MAINTENANCE BY THEUSER ........................................ 1-23

    A. Maintenance by the User ...... 1-23

    I. BASIC OPERATION ....................2-1A. Outline ......................................2-1B. Outline of Electrical

    Circuitry ....................................2-2C. Inputs to and Outputs from the

    Finisher Controller PCB............2-4II. FEED/DRIVE SYSTEM ............ 2-10

    A. Outline ................................... 2-10B. Type of Delivery Paths ........... 2-15C. Feeding and Delivering.......... 2-18

    D. Job Offset .............................. 2-21E. Staple Operation.................... 2-24F. Stapler Unit ............................ 2-32G. Tray Operation ....................... 2-38H. Detecting the Height of

    Stack on the Tray ................... 2-40I. Shutter Operation .................. 2-42J. Buffer Path Operation ............ 2-46K. Detecting Jams ...................... 2-51

    III. POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM ...... 2-56

    CHAPTER 2 FINISHER UNIT BASIC OPERATION

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    I. BASIC OPERATION ....................3-1A. Outline ......................................3-1B. Electrical Circuitry .....................3-2C. Inputs to and Outputs from the

    Saddle Stitcher ControllerPCB ..........................................3-3

    II. FEEDING/DRIVE SYSTEM .........3-8A. Outline ......................................3-8

    III. PAPER OUTPUTMECHANISM ............................ 3-14

    A. Outline ................................... 3-14B. Controlling the Inlet

    Flappers ................................. 3-17

    C. Controlling the Movement ofSheets.................................... 3-21

    D. Aligning the Sheets ............... 3-23E. Controlling the Phase of the

    Crescent Roller .......................3-26IV. STITCHING SYSTEM ...............3-28V. FOLDING/DELIVERY

    SYSTEM ................................... 3-31VI. CHECKING FOR A JAM ........... 3-38VII. POWER SUPPLY ...................... 3-43

    CHAPTER 3 SADDLE STITCHER UNIT

    BASIC OPERATION

    I. BASIC OPERATION ....................4-1A. Outline ......................................4-1B. Inputs to and Outputs from

    Punch Driver PCB ....................4-2II. PUNCH OPERATION ..................4-5

    A. Outline ......................................4-5B. PUNCH OPERATION ..............4-7C. Horizontal Registration

    Operation ............................... 4-11III. POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM ...... 4-14

    I. FINISHER UNIT ...........................5-1A. Externals and Controls .............5-1B. FEEDING SYSTEM ..................5-8C. PCBs...................................... 5-12

    II. SADDLE STITCHER UNIT ....... 5-13A. Externals and Controls .......... 5-13

    B. SADDLE UNIT ....................... 5-17C. PCBs...................................... 5-27

    III. PUNCHER UNIT (OPTION) ..... 5-28A. Externals and Controls .......... 5-28B. Puncher Driver System.......... 5-29C. PCBs...................................... 5-40

    CHAPTER 5 MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION

    CHAPTER 4 PUNCHER UNIT (OPTION)

    BASIC OPERATION

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    I. ADJUSTMENTS ..........................7-1A. Electrical System

    (finisher unit) .............................7-1B. Electrical System

    (saddle stitcher unit) .................7-6C. Electrical System

    (puncher unit (option)) ..............7-9II. ARRANGEMENT OF

    ELECTRICAL PARTS ............... 7-11A. Finisher Unit .......................... 7-11B. Saddle Stitcher Unit ............... 7-17C. Puncher Unit (option) ............ 7-23

    D. Light-Emitting Diodes (LED)and Check Pins by PCB .........7-27

    III. TROUBLESHOOTING ...............7-29A. Finisher Unit ...........................7-29B. Saddle Stitcher Unit ................7-39C. Puncher Unit (option)..............7-46

    IV. SELF-DIAGNOSIS.....................7-47A. Finisher Unit ...........................7-47B. Saddle Stitcher Unit ................7-49C. Puncher Unit (option)..............7-51D. Alarm ......................................7-52E. Host Machine I/O Notations ....7-54

    CHAPTER 7 TROUBLESHOOTING

    APPENDIX

    A. FINISHER UNIT GENERALTIMING CHART .......................... A-1

    B. SADDLE STITCHER UNITGENERAL TIMING CHART ........ A-2

    C. PUNCHER UNIT (option)GENERAL TIMING CHART ........ A-3

    D. SIGNAL ANDABBREVIATIONS ....................... A-4

    E. FINISHER UNIT CIRCUITDIAGRAM ................................... A-5

    F. SADDLE STITCHER UNITCIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................. A-19

    G. PUNCHER UNIT (option)CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................. A-29

    H. SOLVENTS AND OILS ............. A-38

    CHAPTER 6 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION

    I. PERIODICALLY REPLACEDPARTS ..........................................6-1

    A. Finisher Unit .............................6-1B. Saddle Stitcher Unit ..................6-1C. Puncher Unit (option) ...............6-1

    II. CONSUMABLES ANDDURA