|Autors: Kamenov, V. V.
Title: Toshiba MJ-1015 MJ-1016 finishers – Let’s “finish” the copy/print job Part IV
Keywords: finisher, analog copier, toshiba, service maintenance
Abstract: Each tray is moved up and down by the tray lift motor (M5). The position of tray is identified with reference to the number of clock pulses of the tray lift motor clock sensor 1/2 (PI9/PI19) coming from the tray home position sensor (PI8). The finisher controller PCB finds out in which direction (up or down) the tray is moving based on combinations of pulses from the two clock sensors. The finisher controller PCB drives the tray lift motor (M5) to return the tray to the home position at power-on. If the tray is already at the home position, it is kept waiting as it is. The finisher controller PCB moves up and down the tray selected by the host machine so that it is positioned at the delivery slot.
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