Disassembly And Assembly For Gear Train

Gear Train of Stylus Pro5000 is very complicated and has a lot of alignments(engagement between gears). Therefore, since procedures for disassembly and assembly is quite difficult, this section has disassembly procedure and assembly procedure separately. Refer to section 4.3.1 for disassembly and section 4.3.2 for assembly. Gears in the gear train have their own pair to have a alignment(engagement). Therefore, in case removing or replaces those gears, Install them with their alignments. CHECK...

ASF Unit Removal

Remove PF roller. (Refer to section 4.2.5.14) 2. Remove Left Quantity sensor set, and release the fixing part of a harness 3-pin for upper surface sensor on the ASF from the ditch of Left Quantity sensor set. (Refer to Figure4-58) 3. Remove 2 CBS screws(3x6) securing ASF Unit to Frame, Middle, Left right, and remove ASF Unit. (Refer to Figure4-59) Gear, 24.24, which drives ASF Unit is combined with 2 gears, taking alignment with them. Therefore, if ASF Unit is removed, be sure to refer to...

Assembly And Disassembly

4.2.1 Housing Upper Removal 4.2.2 Housing Front Unit 4.2.3 Mechanism Unit 4.2.4 MB Rear Unit 4.2.5 Disassembling the 4.2.5.1 Discharge Brush 4.2.5.2 Paper Guide Assembly, Cover 4.2.5.3 Print Head 4.2.5.4 MB Front Unit 4.2.5.5 Fan Assembly 4.2.5.6 PS Unit 4.2.5.7 Motor Assembly, PF 4.2.5.8 Motor Assembly, CR 4.2.5.9 Motor Assembly, ASF 4.2.5.10 Carriage Unit 4.2.5.11 Frame, Main, Paper Eject 4.2.5.12 Paper Guide Upper Unit 4.2.5.13 Pump Frame 4.2.5.14 Frame, Main, PF 4.2.5.15 ASF Unit 4.2.5.16...

Info

Right Head_ (For Light Colors) Left Head (Dark Colors) The carriage unit of Stylus Pro5000 performs on off of D E lever not only to control motive power transmission to the pump mechanism(at 0 digit side), but also to change the platen gap(at 137 digit side). Head for Light Colors Head for Dark Colors Head for Light Colors Head for Dark Colors 3 sensors are mounted on the carriage unit and each sensor detects the following printer conditions. Table 2-4. Sensors on the carriage and their...

Paper Guide Assembly Cover Removal

Remove Housing Upper. (See section 4.2.1) 2. Remove Housing Front Unit. (See section 4.2.2) 3. Remove the mechanism. (See section 4.2.3) 4. Push hard Paper Guide Assembly, Cover toward right or left direction releasing it from the protrusion at the side you pushed, and remove Paper Guide Assembly, Cover from the mechanism. When removing Paper Guide Assembly, Cover, do not lose a plain washer and U shaped spring washer a plain washer and U shaped spring washer come off from right side. Paper...

Scheck Point

When installing the mechanism to Housing Lower, install them matching 2 dimples of Housing Lower to 2 notched parts on the mechanism frame, as it is shown in the figure 4-11. 5. Lift up the mechanism and remove it from Housing Lower. Figure 4-10. MB Rear Unit Removal (1) Figure 4-10. MB Rear Unit Removal (1) 2 CBP screws(4x12) Figure 4-11. Mechanism Removal (2) 2 CBP screws(4x12) Figure 4-11. Mechanism Removal (2) B The MB rear unit, which C228 main board is mounted on, can be removed directly,...

Head Gap Adjustment

The head gap adjustment checks the mixed pattern of black from the left head (for dark colors) and light magenta from the right head(for light colors) by the following procedure Printing Following shows conditions that require this adjustment. Table 5-10. Conditions that Head Gap Adjustment is required Table 5-10. Conditions that Head Gap Adjustment is required

Head Height Adjustment

Head height adjustment is to align the horizontal line of 1 nozzle for each color in the right head based on the 1 nozzle position for each color in the left head. Therefore, when either head or both heads are removed or replaced, it is necessary to perform this adjustment. If this adjustment is done correctly, color overlapping or white color line appear. M Before starting the head height adjustment, loosen a screw, which is fixing the right head(for light colors). Failing to do so does not...

Mounting Board Stopper Left

Installing ASF U shaped ditch Figure 4-117. Installing ASF 2.Rotate Combination Gear,24,24. Figure 4-118. Condition Changes of Roller, Paper Feed 2.Rotate Combination Gear,24,24. Figure 4-118. Condition Changes of Roller, Paper Feed 39.At the point that the flat side of Roller, Paper Feed faces down, since the positioning hole of Combination Gear,24,24 and the hole on the ASF Unit should be matched, insert the positioning pin into this hole and leave it on the Cam,...

Panel Setting Function

Here explains input method for each panel setting. Printing nozzle check pattern and printer configuration Operation Reset SW + Power On Function (Power LED blinking while in this mode) 1)Reset SW+ Power on -> 2)Position change to thick-> 3)Starts printing pattern- 4)Printing 1-page-> 5)Eject paper-> 6) Stand by mode in self-test by pressing - Refer to followings. Pressing Cleaning SW in standby mode only 1)Execute cleaning-> 2)Eject paper 3)Reprint self test page-> 4)self-test...

Paper Guide Upper Unit Removal

Remove carriage unit.(See section 4.2.5.10) 2. Remove a connector of carriage home position sensor from CN5(white,3-pin) located on the MB Front Unit. 3. Remove a connector of PE sensor including PR sensor from CN7(white, 5-pin) located on the MB Front Unit. 4. Remove Tank, Absorber. (See section 4.2.5.11) 5. Remove Tension spring, 11.7 which is pulling Lever, PF roller, Pressing. (Refer to Figure4-47) 6. Remove 8 CBS screws(3x6) and 4 CBP screws(3x8) securing Paper Guide Upper Unit to the...

Error Condition

Stylus Pro5000 goes to error condition when it falls to the following conditions. Out of Centronics interface signals, BUSY signal is set High and ERROR signal is set LOW. Then, the printer goes to unprintable state, stopping data input from outside. Once the error happens, the printer can go back to the standby position or ready status for printing again by removing the error causes. When the printer runs out the most part of the ink of any one color, it warns ink-low and keeps printing. When...

Vca

Explanation are vers> oa yalue of ink absorber B ODAF The present counting value of ink absorber for light D 002CE2C0 The present counting value of waste ink absorber for flushing. Note) Maintenance Error occurs at the point either A or B becomes full counter condition. In other words, it occurs when A becomes 46650, or B becomes 47200. Since the value is indicated by HEX indication, it is recommended to use the exclusive program to check the counter value. By referring to the printing...

Stylus Color Pro 5000 Supported Paper Formats

Paper Gear Epson

Detects the paper width every time the paper is loaded. Prevention of printing on the platen Unlike the previous EPSON ink jet printer models, 2 carriage guide axes support the whole carriage in the Stylus Pro 5000. Also, since eccentric shafts are used for both guide axes, more sophisticated PG changes are possible. Following picture shows its concept. As it is shown in the figure above, it is understandable that the PG mechanism of Stylus Pro5000 equals the flying time for all nozzles. Flying...

Head Angular Adjustment

The head angular mechanism is the same as Stylus Color 800's. This adjustment is to operate the levers for the head angular, which stick out to the carriage front, and to print out the adjusted pattern every time the lever position is changed. Following shows conditions which require this adjustment. Remove the upper case before starting the head angular adjustment. M Even if you move the lever s for head angular adjustment without loosening the screw, which is securing the head, not only the...

E shaped ring Axis Paper FUcFeed Fixing

Fixing Axis, Paper Feed, Fixing Roller, Paper Feed should be in Figure 4-168. Angle of Roller, Paper Feed Before installing Driven Roller, Paper Feed should be in Figure 4-168. Angle of Roller, Paper Feed Before installing Driven 37.Insert Gear,24 to Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set, and fix it with E shaped ring 4,F Uc . See figure4-169 There are 2 ditches for Inserting Gear, 24 on the Axis, Roller, Paper Feed, Roller Set. Set Gear,24 so that its surface protrusion is located like a...