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Lexmark and Lexmark with diamond design are trademarks of Lexmark International, Inc. Laser notice The printer is certified in the U. The manufacturer is not responsible for safety in the event of use of unauthorized replacement parts. It is divided into the following chapters: General information contains a general description of the printer and the maintenance approach used to repair it.
Special tools and test equipment, as well as general environmental and safety instructions, are discussed. Output is stacked in the upper media bin or separately collated in the stacker media bin or folded and stapled in the booklet bin. The printer and the finisher handle different media sizes and weights. For this reason, if the printer has printed media that the finisher cannot handle, the exit 1 diverter gate in the printer is switched to eject the media from Exit 2 onto the bridge unit assembly.
Custom size Same width with standard size Custom size Besides above Numbers 2,3,4 mean 2 holes, 3 holes, and 4 holes, respectively.
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Applicable within the following range: The media route inside x490e finisher is determined by the finisher diverter gate. When the first media reaches the compiler unit assembly, the media eject clamp motor is activated to lower the media eject clamp so that the media eject clamp and the media eject shaft assembly can clamp the media.
The media eject shaft assembly is driven by the media eject motor assembly to transfer media to the stacker media bin. Two types of punch are provided: Every type has the same construction, except for the sensor punch hole select that is provided for the 2-hole type and 3-hole type only. With the movement of the cam plate, the pins descend along the guide holes to punch the media.
This operation is performed for each sheet of media. The cam plate can lower the pins even while it is moving to the front or rear side. A sensor is provided to detect punch waste full. When punch waste full is detected, it is notified to the operator only once. Even if punch waste is not removed, the finisher can still punch media. However, it can spread punch waste inside the machine.
The number of sheets depends on whether media is stapled or not, as well as on media size. If the number of sheets of one set to be stapled exceeds the limit, the exceeding sheets are not stacked on the compiler unit assembly, and are forcibly ejected to the stacker media bin without being stapled. The tamper positions during center tamping are shown below. Offsetting is executed for staple positions: Counterclockwise rotation of this motor moves the tamper to the rear side.
Rear tamper Front tamper Sensor rear The Stapler staples a set of media in parallel with the media edge after the front tamper aligns the media to the rear side.
A4L and A3S are present on the compiler unit assembly, all the sheets are stapled and then ejected to the stacker media bin. When sheets with different widths are present on the compiler unit assembly, stapling is stopped when a different width is detected.
The stapler unit assembly, containing the staple motor, the sensor staple homethe sensor self primingand the sensor low stapleis activated by the staple motor. Forward clockwise rotation of the motor drives the stapler to staple a set of sheets, and returns the stapling unit to the home position. Stapler carriage motor asm Stapler rack gear Sensor stapler carriage HP.
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Booklet media Sensor booklet entrance roll media entrance assembly Booklet media entrance drive motor Booklet folding roll assembly Booklet media exit roll assembly Sensor booklet media exit roll assembly. If 15 sets of printouts are detected in the booklet media bin, it will be considered as Full Stack. Operation The stacker media bin moves to an appropriate position according to the volume of media fed from the compiler unit assembly.
If any obstacle under the tray hinders the tray from lowering, the stacker lower safety warning is detected, and the stacker media bin is stopped. Eject clamp motor Sensor stacker bin level 1 Sensor media eject clamp HP. The stacker media bin can stack up to approximately sheets. Booklet tray is at a position lower than the paper delivery exit. Paper delivery belt will move at fixed interval for every set of output. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet before you connect or disconnect any cable electronic board or assembly.
The power switch and inlet of the low voltage power supply card LVPS card assembly is live even while the power supply is cut off. Turn the machine on. Go to step 2.
Clean or replace the bridge unit Are the bridge unit media transport xx940e free of excess assembly. Replace the Problem solved. Go to step 7. Perform a print test. Go to step 5. Go to step 4. When performing motor tests, ensure that all cover and door interlock switches are overridden. Enter the Diagnostics Menu. Go to step 3.
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Touch Media Path 1. Touch Bridge unit media exit. Does the display on the operator panel change every time the sensing area of the above sensor is interrupted or blocked? Go to step 6. Go to step 5 operation. Go to step Go to step 9. Is the above component properly connected?
Check the bridge unit diverter gate solenoid for proper Go to step 6. Replace the bridge Problem solved.
Replace the bridge Replace the unit drive motor. Touch Finisher media entrance. Replace the Replace the sensor diverter connection. Check the buffer diverter gate solenoid for proper Go to step 7. Touch Finisher Motor Tests. Does the lexmar, component operate properly? Check the sensor diverter gate for proper operation. Clean or replace the lower media Is the above component free of excess wear and exit roll contamination?
Check the drive motor exit for proper operation. Touch Compiler media in. Clean or replace the two upper Are the two upper media transport roll assemblies free media transport of excess wear and contamination?
Clean or replace the finisher Is the finisher media entrance roll assembly free of media entrance excess wear and contamination? Go to step 8. Touch Media Path 2.
Does the operator panel display change every time the actuator of the sensor bridge unit media exit is operated? Replace the booklet unit Is the above component free of damage?
Check the main connector on the booklet unit sensor Go to step 3. Replace the interface cable assembly. Check the sensor booklet unit media entrance for proper Go to step 6. Touch Booklet path 5. Touch Booklet unit media exit Does the display on the operator panel change every time the sensing area of the above sensor is interrupted or blocked?
Touch Stacker bin level1. Replace the Replace the stacker bin lift connection. Repair the media stacker bin Is the media stacker bin actuator installed properly? Does it enter the sensing area of the sensor stacker bin upper limit?
Check the sensor stacker bin upper limit for proper Go to step 8. Check the sensor stacker bin no media for proper Go to step 4. Touch Stacker bin level encod. Replace the media compiler unit Does the above component slide back and forth properly? Replace the Replace the sensor rear connection. Touch Punch and Staple. Touch Punch unit HP.
Does the above component slide back and forth properly?