very good manual, with detail and clarity in esquematic diagrams and waveforms .
Text excerpt from page 51 (click to view)
31 October 1995
[D] [A] [B]
This copier uses a standard cross-mixing mechanism to keep the toner and developer evenly mixed. It also helps agitate the developer to prevent developer clumps from forming and helps create the triboelectric charge. The developer on the turning development roller is split into two parts by the doctor blade [A]. The part that stays on the development roller [B] forms the magnetic brush and develops the latent image on the drum. The part that is trimmed off by the doctor blade goes to the backspill plate [C]. As the developer slides down the backspill plate to the agitator [D], the mixing vanes [E] move it slightly toward the rear of the unit. Part of the developer falls into the auger inlet and is transported to the front of the unit by the auger [F]. The agitator moves the developer slightly to the front as it turns. The effect of this movement is that the developer stays level in the development unit.