AR-M35, AR-M450 (serv.man37). Procedure to convert machines using AR450DM (50K Drum) to AR451DM (100K Drum). (Corrected) — Sharp Copying Equipment FAQ (repair manual)

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Copying Equipment / Procedure to convert machines using AR450DM (50K Drum) to AR451DM (100K Drum). (Corrected)
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Date: 14 August 2002
Models: AR- M350/M450/
Subject: Setting up Machine for AR-451DR 100K PM Cycle.
Description: A 100K PM Cycle drum is now available for use in the above listed machines.
Note: The AR-451DR is standard on ARM350/450U and N version.
          The PM cycle for these models is 100K.
 
Details: 
The following 4 requirements Must be met to adopt the 100K PM Cycle.
To determine if the machine is already configured for the 100K PM Cycle,
you must confirm all 4 of the following requirements.
1) 
Engine Firmware must be at version A.08 (Main) or higher.
Target Model ROM Control
Main
Boot
PCU
AR-M350/M450
No.G00
VmA.08
Vm4.00
V7.02
2) 
Test Commands 44-1, 61-2, 61-3, 21-1 and 26-38 must be set the
following values on the chart below for 100K PM Cycle.
Test Command             AR-M450           AR-M350
Main
Sub
50K PM
100K PM
50K PM
100K PM
44
1
127
255
127
255
61
2
104
100
80
76
61
3
104
100
80
76
61
4
104
100
80
76
21
1
DEFAULT
100
DEFAULT
100
26
38
1
0
1
0
Drum
     AR-450DR
   AR-451DR
    AR-450DR
   AR-451DR
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3) 
The 100K Drum (AR-451DR) must be installed in the machine.
The AR-451DR can be identified by a white mark on the rear side flange
and by the aluminum base being slightly exposed on the front side as
shown in the pictures below.
4) 
The 100K Drum Seperation Pawls included in the AR-451DR must be
installed in the machine.
The new style Drum Seperation Pawls can be identified by a white mark as
shown in the picture below.
Note: Initially the new style Drum Seperation Pawls (DUNT-0083YSZZ)
will only be included in the package of the AR-451DR.
Do not use the old style Drum Seperation Pawls included in the AR-450KC kit.
Using the old style Drum Seperator Pawls will reduce the life of the 100K Drum.
The new style Drum Seperation Pawls will be included in the AR-450KC from
June 2002 production.
Important:
It is highly recommended that the developer also be replaced at the time of
adopting the AR-451DR 100K PM Cycle so that the drum and developer
maintenance cycles coencide with each other. If the machine is in the middle of
its developer life cycle, you may elect to use the 50K drum untill the developer life
is over. At that time you may change to the 100K PM cycle. If no 50K drums are
available to you, it is recommended that you replace the DV when changing to the
100K PM cycle.
 To change from the 100K PM Cycle to the 50K PM Cycle, change all the settings
in step 2 to the 50K settings and install the 50K Drum and Drum Seperation
Pawls.
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Models: AR-P350/P450
Subject: Setting up Machine for AR-451DR 100K PM Cycle.
Description: A 100K PM Cycle drum is now available for use in the above listed machines.
          
Details: 
The following 4 requirements Must be met to adopt the 100K PM Cycle.
To determine if the machine is already configured for the 100K PM Cycle,
you must confirm all 4 of the following requirements.
1) Engine Firmware must be at version A.08 (Main) or higher.
Target Model
ROM Control Boot/Main
PCU
AR-P350/P450
No.G00
VmA.08
V7.02
2) 
The following changes need to be made in Diagnostic Mode according to
the chart below for the100K PM Cycle.
Diagnostic Mode
AR-P450
AR-P350
50K PM
100K PM
50K PM
100K PM
Laser Power Set
104
100
80
76
Maint. Cycle Set
Default
100
Default
100
Life Over Setting
No
Yes
No
Yes
Process Setting
127
255
127
255
Drum
     AR-450DR
   AR-451DR
    AR-450DR
   AR-451DR
To access diagnostic mode and make the necessary changes follow the
instructions on the following pages.
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Hold down the Menu key and the OK Key and turn the power on.
The display should read “PCU DIAG MODE”.
The display will blink once then stabelize.
Press the menu key 7 times.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (AE)”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key then press the down arrow.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (FAX)”.
Press the “OK” Key
Use the Up/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key then press the down arrow.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (PRT)”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key then press the down arrow.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (PHT)”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key then press the down arrow.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (MIX)”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key then press the down arrow.
The display should read “LASER POWER SET (CHR)”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
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Press the “Back/C” Key.
Press the “Menu” Key 15 times.
The display should read “MNT CYCLE SET”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key.
Press the “Menu” Key 1 time.
The display should read “LIFE OVER SETTING”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Menu” Key 9 times.
The display should read “PROCESS SETTING”.
Press the “OK” Key.
Use the UP/Down Arrows to change the value to the one shown on the chart.
Press the “OK” Key to set the new value into memory.
Press the “Back/C” Key.
Turn the machine Off/On.
3) 
The 100K Drum (AR-451DR) must be installed in the machine.
The AR-451DR can be identified by a white mark on the rear side flange
and by the aluminum base being slightly exposed on the front side as
shown in the pictures below.

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