— Continue to the guide to disassemble instruments on Epson XP 15000,15010,15080 in here. This post will take you to the position of some parts of Epson XP printer location and how the cable round them and connect to make a perfect printer machine.
Routing the Head FFC Assy cable on Epson Xp-15000,15010,15080
- Route the CR Encoder FFC at the point shown above on the frame base with double-sided tape.
- Set the ferrite core into the space shown above, and route the FFCs though the three slits on the frame base.
- Pull the FFCs out from the hole on the frame base.
- Insert two tabs of the film to the positioning holes of the frame base, and secure them with double-sided tape. (Attach two positioning holes of the film totwo dowels on the frame base)
- Route the Head FFC Assy, PW Sensor FFC and CSIC FFC through the hole on the center of the Head Side FFC Cover.
- Route the FFCs through the rib on the CR Unit.
Routing the Main Board Assy cable
- Before do the job to connect the cable on Main Frame, you can see the guide to remove the Main Frame Assy in my post. Click here.
- Then now, you can run on you own
- Connect the CR Encoder FFC to CN300 on the Main Board, and then secure at the point shown above with double-sided tape.
- The connectors for Sub Board FFC; CN90 on the Main Board and CN1 on the Sub Board, have connector locks. When connecting the FFC to these connectors, connect the FFC with the locks released and secure the FFC by locking the connectors fully
- If it’s hard to imagine the position of the cables on Main Board CN90, I have this model for you to see it clearer
Above picture, you can see clearer to the Main Board CN90 with all the parts on its body with them position model:
CN3-Wi-Fi Board Cable | CN501-PS Unit Cable
CN60-Sub Board Cable | CN903-IS Motor Cable
CN90-Sub Board FFC | CN901-CR Motor Cable
CN300-CR Encoder FFC | CN902-PF Motor Cable
CN40-Head FFC | CN43-Head FFC
CN41-Head FFC | CN49-CSIC FFC
CN42-Head FFC | CN92-Panel FFC
Routing the Sub Board cable
Beside the Main Board, Sub Board also have many many cable that make you dizziness. May be you need this table and the model for its position plug. See it close and route the cable on the right position to the Board.
CN10 – PE Sensor FFC
CN11 – PE Sensor (Bank) FFC
CN13 – Tray Sensor Cable CN25 Stacker Motor Cable
CN15 – Cover Open Sensor Cable
CN16 – APG/ASF Encoder FFC
CN17 – Stacker Open Sensor Cable
CN18 – High Voltage Module Cable
CN19 – PF Encoder FFC
CN21 – IS Encoder FFC
CN22 – Stacker Motor Encoder Cable
CN26 – Waste Ink CSIC Cable
CN27 – ASF Motor Cable
CN29 – PE Sensor (Rear ASF) FFC
CN30 – ASF Phase Sensor Cable
- Secure the PF Encoder FFC at the point shown above on the PF Motor Mounting Plate with double-sided tape.
- Secure the PE Sensor FFC at the point shown above on the Sub Board Shield Plate with double-sided tape.
- Secure the PE Sensor (Bank) FFC at the point shown above on the frame base with double-sided tape
Following how to route Waste Ink CSIC Cable and Rear ASF PE Sensor FFC on the last post
Go to the next post, I will show you the route and plug the Waste Ink Cable, Paper Guide Sensors and others sensors cable connections.