Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I have a Konica 2223 with a J72 alarm sorter jam would anyone know what the likely part would be? It doesnt seem like the paper sensor but I dont have one to swap out. I guess if you know what the most likly solutions would be or even which parts to order that would be very helpful?
1. Paper is caught on the flapper assembly (p/n 12TK-4510). The indexer is not adjusted high enough to have the flapper correctly positioned. This symptom usually occurs after the last copy enters the top bin. To properly adjust the indexer position, perform the following:
a. Power copier OFF.
b. Remove the front and rear covers.
c. On the sorter CB, set dipswitches SW1-1, SW1-2 and SW1-3 to the ON position.
d. Ensure both sorter interlocks are closed (PS208 and MS201).
e. On the sorter CB, press and hold PSW1 while powering ON the main body (code 70-00 will occur; this is normal).
f. Release PSW1, then press and release it one time. The indexer will lower to the adjustment position (approximately at the 4th bin).
g. Open the conveyance section.
h. Insert the indexer positioning shaft adjustment tool (p/n 7050K0020) into the access hole on the rear side frame of the sorter. The hole is located to the right of the conveyance door interlock switch (MS201). The shaft should be positioned under the indexer and into another hole in the front side frame.
Note: The indexer positioning tool is the same tool used for optics alignment on the 7050.
i. Rotate the indexer motor encoder plate to lower the indexer until it contacts the adjustment shaft.
j. Loosen the fixed screw located on the front side of the indexer.
k. Slide the front of the indexer up or down until it is positioned parallel with the adjustment shaft. Retighten the indexer fixing screw.
l. Loosen the screw that secures the PS203 4-slot encoder plate and adjust the 4-slot encoder plate until LED 1 is lit. Retighten the encoder plate.
Note: Either or both interlock sensor/switch (PS208/MS201) must be opened during this adjustment.
m. Remove the indexer positioning shaft and reset all 3 SW1 switches to the OFF position.
n. Power copier OFF/ON to return to the normal mode.
2. The sorter top front frame is slightly bent and not parallel with the rear top frame. This, in turn, allows the top cover to be out of position and bind the flapper gate (p/n 12TK-4510). This gate should normally open when the indexer lowers to bin 2, allowing the paper to enter the bins.
Reform the sorter top frame so the top cover, when mounted, does not bind the movement of the flapper gate.
3. Mylar guides are installed on the exit unit of the main body.
Remove the mylar exit guides when a sorter is installed. The guides help eliminate static when paper exits into the catch tray. When a sorter is installed, the guides can cause exit misfeeding.
4. The flag for the sorter entrance sensor (PS201) is stuck on the guide plate below the sensor. This happens when the top of the sorter is lifted as it is moved away from the copier.
Lift the top of the sorter and place the flag back into its proper position. Instruct the operators not to lift the top of the sorter when it is moved.
HOPE THAT HELP
THIS IS ONLY FOR ST216 MODEL SORTER
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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