ADJUSTMENTS AND MAINTENANCE.—Normally, when the machine is first installed, no adjustments
are required. Occasionally, however, some
readjustment may be necessary because of atmospheric
changes, which may cause shrinkage or
expansion of some of the belts. These adjustments
should be performed according to the manufacturer’s
instructions and only then by qualified
Maintenance is required on a daily, weekly,monthly, semiannually, annually, and whenever necessary basis. The following guide should be followed:
1. Daily requirements:
a. Empty the residue bottle after at leastevery 8 hours of operation. Never reuse residue water.
b. Replenish the ammonia supply.
c. Clean the outside of the cylinder withglass cleaner. (Operate the machine at slow speed while cleaning the cylinder. )
d. Clean the feedboard, tracing receivingtray, and print receiving tray. Keep them free of foreign objects.
2. Weekly requirements:
Clean the inside of the cylinder when themachine is COLD, using the following procedure:
a. Open the door at each end of the lamphousing.
b. Remove the lamp connector from eachend.
c. Swing the triangular stop aside andwithdraw the lamp assembly.
d. Clean the inside of the cylinder—wrapa damp, clean cloth around a swab and wipe the cylinder while it is in slow motion. Repeat the procedure with a dry cloth wrapped around the swab until the cylinder is thoroughly clean.
e. Wipe the lamp assembly with a DAMPcloth.
f. Reinstall the lamp assembly.
IMPORTANT: Handle the lamp assemblywith great care, as it is fragile and expensive. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE LAMP FROM THE MACHINE UNTIL IT HAS COOLED. Always rest the lamp assembly flat on a table; never stand it on end.
3. Monthly requirements:
Lubricate the bearings and drive chainassembly sparingly with No. 10 motor oil.
4. Semiannual requirements:
Clean all suction holes of the rotatingtracing separation drum with pipe stem cleaners.
5. Annual requirements:
a. Lubricate the bearings and drive chainsparingly with No. 10 motor oil.
b. Remove all hoses of the airflow systemand clean out dust and dirt.
6. Whenever necessary:
a. If the developer sealing sleeve becomestacky, remove it from the machine; wash both the inside and the outside thoroughly with soap and water and dry well. NEVER attempt to wash the sealing sleeve while it is in the machine.
b. It is advisable to clean the perforated side of the developing tank at the same time. Use any commercial cleaning fluid. This will prevent any smudging of prints because of dirt accumulations on the perforated side.