Stylus Pro 5500 Printer
Service Manual

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Stylus Pro 5500 Printer <br> Service Manual
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This manual describes basic functions, theory of electrical and mechanical operations, maintenance and repair procedures of the printer. The instructions and procedures included herein are intended for the experienced repair technicians, and attention should be given to the precautions on the preceding page
Manual Configuration

This manual consists of six chapters and Appendix

CHAPTER 1.PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS

Provides a general overview and specifications of the product

CHAPTER 2.OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Describes the theory of electrical and mechanical operations of the product

CHAPTER 3.TROUBLESHOOTING

Describes the step-by-step procedures for the troubleshooting

CHAPTER 4.DISASSEMBLY / ASSEMBLY

Describes the step-by-step procedures for disassembling and assembling the product

CHAPTER 5.ADJUSTMENT
Provides Epson-approved methods for adjustment

CHAPTER 6.MAINTENANCE

Provides preventive maintenance procedures and the lists of Epson-approved lubricants and adhesives
required for servicing the product

APPENDIX
Provides the following additional information for reference:
Connector pin assignments
Electric circuit boards components layout
Electrical circuit boards schematics
Exploded diagram & Parts List

CONTENTS

Chapter 1 Product description
1.1 Features
1.2 Specifications
1.3 Adding Paper Guide Roller Unit

Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2.1 Feature
2.1.1 Operating Principles of Printer Mechanism
2.1.1.1 Printing Mechanism
2.1.1.2 Carriage Mechanism
2.1.1.3 Paper Feed Mechanism
2.1.1.4 Upper Surface Sensor Mechanism
2.1.1.5 Paper Return Mechanism
2.1.1.6 Lifter Gear Train Mechanism
2.1.1.7 Hopper 5mm Down Mechanism
2.1.1.8 Sub Roller Gear Train Mechanism
2.1.1.9 Gear Train Change with Hopper installed
2.1.1.10 Ink Engage/Disengage Mechanism
2.1.1.11 PG Disengage Mechanism
2.1.1.12 Ink Valve Mechanism
2.1.1.13 Friction Release Mechanism
2.1.1.14 Gear Train Block Diagram
2.1.2 Outline of Electrical Circuit
2.1.2.1 C300 PSB Board
2.1.2.2 C300 DRV Board
2.1.2.3 C300 Main Board

Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
3.1 Features
3.1.1 Problems relating to the printer mechanism

Chapter 4 Disassembly and Assembly
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Precautions
4.1.2 Tools
4.1.3 Screws
4.2 Disassembly
4.2.1 Housing Upper Removal
4.2.2 Housing Front Unit Removal
4.2.3 Mechanism Unit Removal
4.2.4 Waste Ink Pad Removal
4.2.5 MB Rear Unit Removal
4.2.6 Disassembling the Mechanism
4.2.6.1 Discharge Brush Removal
4.2.6.2 Paper Guide Assembly, Cover Removal
4.2.6.3 Print Head Removal
4.2.6.4 MB Front Unit Removal
4.2.6.5 Fan Assembly Removal
4.2.6.6 PS Unit Removal
4.2.6.7 Motor Assembly, PF Removal
4.2.6.8 Motor Assembly, CR Removal
4.2.6.9 Motor Assembly, ASF Removal
4.2.6.10 Carriage Unit Removal
4.2.6.11 Frame, Main, Paper Eject Removal
4.2.6.12 Paper Guide Upper Unit Removal
4.2.6.13 Pump Frame Removal
4.2.6.14 Frame, Main, PF Removal
4.2.6.15 ASF Unit Removal
4.2.6.16 Upper Surface Sensor Removal
4.2.6.17 PE Sensor Removal
4.2.6.18 PR Sensor Removal
4.2.6.19 HP Sensor Removal
4.2.6.20 Cable Assembly, Sensor FPC Removal
4.2.6.21 Interlock Assembly Removal
4.3 Disassembly and assembly for gear train
4.3.1 Disassembly of Gear Train
4.3.2 Assembling Gear Train
4.4 Disassembly and assembly for ASF Unit
4.4.1 Disassembly of ASF Unit
4.4.2 Assembling ASF Unit

Chapter 5 Adjustment
5.1 Outline
5.1.1 Adjustment Items
5.1.2 Adjustment Tools
5.1.3 Adjustment with the Service Program
5.1.4 Installing the Service Program
5.1.5 Starting the Service Program
5.2 Sequential Service Program by Repair Item
5.2.1 Functions
5.2.2 Adjustment Items
5.2.3 Nozzle Check
5.2.4 Head Inclination Adjustment
5.2.5 Head Height Adjustment
5.2.6 Head Gap Adjustment
5.2.7 Print Start Position Adjustment
5.2.8 Bi-D Adjustment
5.2.9 Head ID Input
5.2.10 Ink Charge
5.2.11 PG Adjustment
5.2.12 Protection Counter Clear
5.2.13 Initial Settings Value Input
5.3 Individual Adjustment Service Program
5.3.1 Functions
5.3.2 Head ID
5.3.3 Head Inclination / Head Height
5.3.4 Head Gap
5.3.5 Print Start Position
5.3.6 Bi-D
5.3.7 USB ID
5.3.8 Head Cleaning
5.3.9 Ink Charge
5.3.10 Refurbishment for DOA
5.3.11 Protection Counters
5.3.12 Super A3 Plain Paper Printing
5.3.13 EEPROM Data
5.3.14 Tray Switch Check
5.4 PG Adjustment
5.5 Head Inclination Adjustment
5.6 Head Height Adjustment
5.7 Paper Detector Position Adjustment

Chapter 6 Maintenance
6.1 Cleaning
6.2 Maintenance
6.2.1 Head cleaning
6.2.2 Maintenance Request
6.3 Lubrication

Chapter 7 Appendix
7.1 Connector summary
7.1.1 Major Component Unit
7.1.2 Pin Assignments
7.1.3 EEPROM Address Map
7.2 Component Layout
7.3 Circuit Diagram
7.4 Exploded Diagram
7.5 Parts List


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  Thomas Thorley 2005-11-30 12:45:29  
  If you've replaced the heads, or removed/re-installed them, you need this! Also does a power nozzle clean - worth the money just for that. Note it needs DOS or a DOS box in Windows.
  niva nivaua 2008-05-28 19:02:50  
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  musfari11 musfari11 2012-05-04 13:10:40  
  thanks alot , i almost didnt beleive it would work but im glad i spent 10 dollars with you instead of hundreds with some printer repair shop .. i hope you make millions..haha
  Tomas Jomad 2014-05-21 14:00:25  
  Just wanted to write and THANK YOU for making such GREAT products.

I just reset my Epson 1430 printer. I\'m using it with bulk pigmented ink...and a custom color profile. I love it...and thanks to you I\'ll be able to get several more years out of it.
Best regards.Tomas Jomad
  hassan ali 2009-11-20 16:31:48  
  Thanks a lot for ur hard work
  Patrick McCourt 2012-03-13 16:16:28  
  It all worked. Did what it said it would do. What more can one ask? A good product.
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