I just got a 6513 copier which I had to dismantle for it to be transfered to my workshop. I managed to reassemble the machine and get it back to working condition. BUT when I reinstalle the Fiery controller it blew the main PSU and now all is dead. As there is no circuit diagram available is there anywhere you can suggest where I can perhaps get a second hand workig PSU.
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what system? are you on, PC, DVR, mac, what? can never be good that. as always, first find out what smells bad. then post back here. if the hdd is actually smoking, (surely a rare thing) if the drive is dead in 2 systems it is dead. if partial dead, there is recovery software you can buy.
the #1 PC smoker is the main powersupply the PSU. the solution is a new one.
This machine uses a single drum and cleaning unit and a transfer belt assy with its own cleaning unit. That being said if one color is steaking they all would streak. My 1st guess without seeing copies from the machine would be that your problem is fuser related look in the fuser especially around the fingers for damage to the roller (this is common on these.
I assume that should be "SC400"... This is an error which can be reset by turning the MAIN power switch off for a few seconds and then on. The code will be cleared, provided the problem does not happen again.
SC400 - Image transfer belt bias error
Detected Conditions: - Timing - While the image transfer belt bias is ON - Condition - The feedback voltage is 4.8V or higher, or PWM value is 50% or higher for 500ms continuously.
Possible Causes: • Poor connections • Defective high voltage supply board (T1/PCC/BR) • Defective I/O control board • Defective main control board • Worn Transfer Belt
Troubleshooting Procedure: 1. Make sure the high voltage cable and trigger lines are properly connected to the high voltage supply board, I/O control board, and main control board. 2. Replace the high voltage supply board (T1/PCC/BR). 3. Replace the I/O control board. 4. Replace the main control board. [Signal Check] • Feedback signal: CN209-9, TP264, or CN211-A4 on I/O control board / CN302-A6 or TP106 on main control board. • PWM: CN209-10 or TP272 on the I/O control board.
I think you can solve this by take the image transfer belt out and clean inside , sensor , roller and timming patch. There are also service program to adjust this problem which I have see before but right now I could not recall. Good luck
There is no schematic available. Only point to point wiring for the various modules. If you have no power at all, nothing starts glows or blinks on the control panel or on any of the various boards then you will need a service call to try to resolve the problem. It may require a board swap to see if that board is at fault. Unfortunately the days of repairing boards are long gone. Sorry!