Basic Operation Guide
Before Using
Before
Using the
the Machine
Machine
Documents and
Media
Documents
and Print
Print Media
Registering
Destinations inin the
the Address
Registering Destinations
Address Book
Book
Copying
Copying
Fax
Fax
Printing
Printing
Scanning
Scanning
Network (MF4370dn
Network
(MF4370dn Only)
Only)
Settings
PC (MF4370dn
(MF4370dn Only)
Only)
Settings from
from aa PC
Maintenance
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Machine
Machine Settings
Settings
Appendix
Appendix
Please read this guide before operating this product.
After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Manuals for the Machine
Manuals for the Machine
The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information.
Read this manual first.
Starter Guide
Overview of Machine Functions
Set Up the Machine to Suit Your Purposes
Set Up the Machine
Make Fax Settings
Set Up Network Connection (MF4370dn Only)
Set Up Computers and Software
Appendix
Read this manual next.
Basic Operation Guide
Read this manual to learn
information about basic operations
and machine functions.
Manuals for the Machine
Read this manual to learn the
required settings and connections
before using the machine.
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Before Using the Machine
Documents and Print Media
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Copying
Fax
Printing
Scanning
Network (MF4370dn Only)
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Machine Settings
Appendix
Read the sections of these manuals that correspond to your intended use.
e-Manual
Read this manual to learn detailed
information about advanced
machine operations and functions,
and how to customize machine
settings.
(Located on Manual CD)
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Network settings (MF4370dn Only)
Remote user interface (MF4370dn Only)
System settings
Troubleshooting
● To view the manuals in PDF format, Adobe Reader/Acrobat Reader/Acrobat is required. If Adobe Reader/
Acrobat Reader/Acrobat is not installed on your system, please download it from the Adobe Systems
Incorporated website (http://www.adobe.com).
● Considerable effort has been made to make sure that the manuals for the machine are free of inaccuracies
and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification,
please contact Canon.
● The machine illustration in this manual may differ slightly from your machine.
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Overview of the Machine Functions
Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some functions may not be
available.
Copying
Overview of the Machine Functions
You can use various copy functions.
Basic Operation Guide
Copying (see on p. 4-1)
e-Manual
Copy
Faxing
In addition to the normal faxing, you
can send faxes from a computer.
Basic Operation Guide
Fax (see on p. 5-1)
e-Manual
Fax
Printing
You can use various print functions
by printing from a computer.
Basic Operation Guide
Scanning
Printing (see on p. 6-1)
e-Manual
Print
You can retrieve documents scanned
with this machine to your computer.
Basic Operation Guide
Scanning (see on p. 7-1)
e-Manual
Scan
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Network
Overview of the Machine Functions
Remote User
Interface
(MF4370dn Only)
(MF4370dn Only)
You can set and manage this machine
easily and quickly from a computer.
This machine can be connected to a
network. Connecting to a network enables
you to use various functions.
Basic Operation Guide
Settings from a PC (see on p. 9-1)
Basic Operation Guide
Settings from a PC
e-Manual
Network (see on p. 8-1)
e-Manual
Network Settings
Security
function
You can restrict the use of the SYSTEM
SETTINGS menu with a password.
Basic Operation Guide
Machine Settings (see on p. 12-1)
e-Manual
Security
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Contents
Contents
Manuals for the Machine ..................................i
Preface ............................................................. viii
Available Features ............................................. viii
How to Use This Guide .................................... ix
Symbols Used in This Manual ......................... ix
Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual ........ ix
Illustrations Used in This Manual .....................x
Safety Precautions........................................... xi
Important Safety Instructions ......................... xi
Handling and Maintenance ............................. xi
Location ................................................................. xii
Power Supply ...................................................... xiii
Telephone Equipment ..................................... xiv
Customer Support (U.S.A.) ............................. xiv
Customer Support (Canada).......................... xiv
Legal Notices ................................................... xv
IPv6 Ready Logo ................................................. xv
Trademarks ........................................................... xv
Copyright.............................................................. xvi
Third Party Software ........................................xvii
The Software Subjected to the Other
Conditions..........................................................xviii
Disclaimers.........................................................xviii
For CA, USA only ..............................................xviii
Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your
Product and the Use of Images ..................xviii
FCC (Federal Communications
Commission) ....................................................... xix
Users in the U.S.A. ............................................... xx
Users in Canada................................................. xxii
Utilisation au Canada .....................................xxiv
Laser Safety .................................................. xxvi
CDRH Regulations ...........................................xxvi
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1 Before Using the Machine ........1-1
Machine Components ..................................1-2
External View (Front) ....................................... 1-2
External View (Back) ........................................ 1-4
Operation Panel .............................................1-6
Main Operation Panel ..................................... 1-6
Fax Operation Panel ........................................ 1-8
Display (Standby Mode) ...............................1-9
Copy Mode ......................................................... 1-9
Fax Mode ............................................................. 1-9
Scan Mode .......................................................... 1-9
Toner Cartridge ........................................... 1-10
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge ..............1-11
Be Careful of Counterfeit Toner
Cartridges ..........................................................1-11
Checking the Toner Level ............................1-11
Entering Characters ................................... 1-13
Telephone Line Settings............................ 1-14
Timer Settings ............................................. 1-15
Setting the Sleep Mode ...............................1-15
Setting the Daylight Saving Time .............1-16
2 Documents and Print Media ...2-1
Documents Requirements ...........................2-2
Scanning Area ................................................2-3
Placing Documents .......................................2-4
On the Platen Glass .......................................... 2-4
In the ADF ........................................................... 2-5
Paper Requirements .....................................2-6
Printable Area ................................................2-7
Loading Paper ................................................2-8
In the Paper Cassette ...................................... 2-8
In the Multi-Purpose Tray ............................2-11
Setting Paper Size and Type ..................... 2-14
For the Paper Cassette ..................................2-14
For the Multi-Purpose Tray ..........................2-15
Contents
3 Registering Destinations in
the Address Book......................3-1
4 Copying .....................................4-1
Overview of Copy Functions .......................4-2
Basic Copying Method..................................4-4
Canceling Copy Jobs .....................................4-5
Selecting Image Quality ...............................4-6
Adjusting Density ..........................................4-8
Adjusting Automatically ................................ 4-8
Adjusting Manually.......................................... 4-9
Enlarge/Reduce Images ............................ 4-10
Preset Zoom .....................................................4-10
Custom Copy Ratio ........................................4-11
Collating Copies .......................................... 4-13
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet
(2 on 1) .......................................................... 4-15
2 on 1 Combination .......................................4-15
Copying ID Card ..............................................4-16
2-Sided Copying ......................................... 4-18
1 to 2-Sided Copying.....................................4-19
Selecting Paper Size Group ...................... 4-20
Changing Standard Mode......................... 4-21
5 Fax .............................................5-1
Overview of Fax Functions ..........................5-2
Introduction to Using Fax Functions .........5-4
Methods for Receiving Faxes........................ 5-4
Selecting the Receive Mode .......................5-10
Setting the Current Date and Time ..........5-11
Setting the Type of Telephone Line .........5-11
Registering the Machine’s Name ..............5-12
Registering Your Machine’s Fax
Number ..............................................................5-12
Sending Fax Documents ........................... 5-13
Basic Methods for Sending Faxes .............5-13
Calling the Recipient before Sending
Fax Documents (Manual Sending) ...........5-13
Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialing...5-14
Dialing an Overseas Number (With
Pauses)................................................................5-15
Basic Methods for Sending PC Faxes .......5-16
Canceling Sending Fax Documents ........ 5-17
Specifying Destinations ............................ 5-18
Specifying a New Fax Number...................5-18
Using the One-Touch Keys ..........................5-19
Using Coded Dial Codes ..............................5-19
Using the Group Addresses ........................5-20
Using the Address Book Key.......................5-20
Sending Documents to More Than
One Location (Broadcasting)......................5-21
Adjusting Density ....................................... 5-23
Selecting Image Quality ............................ 5-24
Redialing When the Line Is Busy .............. 5-25
Redialing Manually ........................................5-25
Redialing Automatically ...............................5-25
Checking the Dial Line before Sending.. 5-27
Changing Standard Mode......................... 5-28
Send Start Speed ........................................ 5-29
Printing Received Documents on Both
Sides of Paper .............................................. 5-30
Contents
About the Address Book ..............................3-2
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys ................3-3
Registering One-Touch Keys ........................ 3-3
Editing One-Touch Keys ................................. 3-3
Erasing One-Touch Keys................................. 3-4
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes .............3-6
Registering Coded Dial Codes ..................... 3-6
Editing Coded Dial Codes.............................. 3-6
Erasing Coded Dial Codes ............................. 3-7
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group
Dialing .............................................................3-9
Registering Group Addresses....................... 3-9
Adding New Destination to Group ..........3-10
Deleting Destination from Group ............3-10
Changing Group Name ................................3-11
Deleting Group Addresses ..........................3-11
Printing a Sample Page ............................. 4-22
Viewing Copy Settings .............................. 4-23
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Contents
Contents
Reducing a Received Document.............. 5-31
Printing Footer Information on a
Received Document ................................... 5-32
Specifying the Way of Printing When
Toner Runs Out ........................................... 5-33
Setting the Incoming Ring ........................ 5-34
Receiving Documents Manually with an
External Telephone (Remote RX) ............. 5-35
Activating the Remote Reception ............5-35
Receiving Documents with the Remote
Reception ..........................................................5-36
Selecting the Receive Mode for
Printing ......................................................... 5-37
Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the
Unidentified Senders ................................. 5-38
Receive Start Speed ................................... 5-39
Receiving Documents in Memory
without Printing Out (Memory Lock
Reception) .................................................... 5-40
Printing All Documents Stored in the
Memory Lock Reception Mode ................ 5-42
Forwarding Received Fax Documents
in Memory .................................................... 5-43
Checking/Changing the Status of Fax
Documents in Memory .............................. 5-44
Checking/Deleting Fax Transmission
Documents .......................................................5-44
Checking/Deleting Fax Reception
Documents .......................................................5-45
Checking the Fax Log....................................5-45
7 Scanning ...................................7-1
Overview of Scanner Functions ..................7-2
Introduction to Using Scanner
Functions.........................................................7-3
For Scanning Documents to a
Computer Connected with USB Cable ..... 7-3
For Scanning Documents from a
Networked Computer (MF4370dn
Only) ...................................................................... 7-3
Basic Scanning Operations ..........................7-4
Scanning Documents to a Computer
Connected with USB Cable ........................... 7-4
Scanning Documents from a
Networked Computer (MF4370dn
Only) ...................................................................... 7-4
Canceling Scan Jobs to a Computer
Connected with USB Cable ........................... 7-5
8 Network (MF4370dn Only) ......8-1
Flowchart for Setting Up Network .............8-2
What is the Network? ....................................8-3
Overview of Network Functions .................8-4
9 Settings from a PC (MF4370dn
Only) ..........................................9-1
Overview of Remote UI ................................9-2
Starting the Remote UI .................................9-4
10 Maintenance ........................10-1
6 Printing .....................................6-1
Overview of the Print Functions .................6-2
Introduction to Using Print Functions .......6-4
Printing Documents from a Computer ......6-5
Scaling Documents .......................................6-7
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet ......6-9
2-Sided Printing .......................................... 6-10
Checking and Canceling Print Jobs......... 6-11
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Cleaning the Machine ................................ 10-2
Exterior ...............................................................10-2
Interior ................................................................10-2
Fuser Roller .......................................................10-5
Scanning Area..................................................10-6
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ................. 10-9
When a Message Appears ...........................10-9
Redistributing Toner ................................... 10-10
Contents
11 Troubleshooting ..................11-1
Clearing Jams .............................................. 11-2
Document Jams ..............................................11-2
Paper Jams ........................................................11-4
Error Messages .......................................... 11-14
Error Codes ................................................ 11-17
If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is
displayed .................................................... 11-18
Reloading the Paper ................................... 11-18
Changing the Paper Size Setting ........... 11-18
If a Power Failure Occurs ......................... 11-19
If You Cannot Solve a Problem ............... 11-20
Customer Support (U.S.A.) ....................... 11-20
Customer Support (Canada).................... 11-20
ADJUST./CLEANING .......................................12-9
REPORT SETTINGS ..........................................12-9
SYSTEM SETTINGS ....................................... 12-10
13 Appendix ..............................13-1
Specifications .............................................. 13-2
General ...............................................................13-2
Copier .................................................................13-3
Printer .................................................................13-3
Scanner (Scanning via USB) ........................13-3
Scanner (Scanning via Network)...............13-3
Facsimile ............................................................13-4
Telephone .........................................................13-4
Index ............................................................. 13-5
Contents
Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a
New One ......................................................... 10-12
Recycling Used Cartridges ...................... 10-16
The Clean Earth Campaign ...................... 10-16
U.S.A. PROGRAM .......................................... 10-17
CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA
PROGRAMME ................................................ 10-20
Transporting the Machine ...................... 10-22
For MF4370dn............................................... 10-22
For MF4350d ................................................. 10-25
12 Machine Settings .................12-1
Machine Settings ........................................ 12-2
Printing USER’S DATA LIST ...........................12-2
Accessing the Setting Menu.......................12-2
Setting Menu ............................................... 12-4
VOLUME CONTROL SETTINGS....................12-4
BROADCAST .....................................................12-4
COMMON SETTINGS......................................12-4
COPY SETTINGS ...............................................12-5
FAX SETTINGS ..................................................12-6
ADDRESS BOOK SETTINGS ..........................12-7
PRINTER SETTINGS .........................................12-7
TIMER SETTINGS .............................................12-8
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Preface
Preface
Thank you for choosing a Canon product. Before using the machine, please read the
following instructions for your safety.
Available Features
Preface
The procedures described in this manual are based on the imageCLASS MF4370dn. Depending on the system
configuration and product purchased, some features described in the manuals may not be functional. The
table below shows the available features on a product basis.
: available
—: not available
COPY
PRINT
SCAN
FAX
Remote UI
(Network
Board)
imageCLASS
MF4370dn
imageCLASS
MF4350d
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Simplex ADF
How to Use This Guide
How to Use This Guide
Symbols Used in This Manual
The following symbols are used in this manual to explain procedures, restrictions, handling precautions, and
instructions that should be observed for safety.
How to Use This Guide
Indicates a warning that may lead to death or serious injury if not observed.
Explains how to avoid actions that could injure you or damage your machine.
Explains operating restrictions and how to avoid minor difficulties.
Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual
The following symbols and key names are a few examples of how keys to be pressed are expressed in this
manual.
– Operation Panel Keys: <Key icon> + [Key name]
[Stop/Reset].
Example:
– Buttons on the computer operation screen: [Button name]
Example: [OK]
– Information in the display appears in angle brackets: <LOAD PAPER>.
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How to Use This Guide
Illustrations Used in This Manual
How to Use This Guide
Illustrations used in this manual are the model MF4370dn. When there is any difference between MF4370dn
and MF4350d, it is clearly indicated in the text, e.g., “For MF4370dn.”
For information on the standard features for each model, see “Available Features,” on p. viii.
The display used in this manual is the factory preset display for the MF4370dn in default setting. Depending
on the system configuration and product purchased, the appearance of the display may differ.
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Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
Important Safety Instructions
Except as specifically described in this guide, do not attempt to service the machine yourself. Never attempt to disassemble the
machine: opening and removing its interior covers will expose you to dangerous voltages and other risks. For all service, contact your
local authorized Canon dealer.
Safety Precautions
Handling and Maintenance
Be careful when removing printed paper from output trays or when aligning it, because it may be hot and result in burn injury.
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Do not subject the machine to strong physical shocks or vibrations.
Always unplug the machine before moving or cleaning it.
To avoid paper jams, never unplug the power cord, open the left cover or add or remove paper in the
machine while printing.
When transporting the machine, be sure to remove the toner cartridge from the machine.
Place the toner cartridge in its original protective bag or wrap it in a thick cloth to prevent exposure to light.
Always grip the handle on the sides of the machine when you lift the machine. Never lift the machine by
any of its trays or attachments.
Do not insert any objects into the slots or openings on the machine since they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts. This could result in fire or electric shock.
Do not allow small objects (such as pins, paper clips, or staples) to fall into the machine.
To avoid spillage in or around the machine, do not eat or drink near it.
Keep the machine clean. Dust accumulation can prevent the machine from operating properly.
Toner cartridge for this machine will be available for at least seven (7) years (or any such longer period as
required by applicable laws) after production of this machine model has been discontinued.
Unplug the machine from the wall outlet and contact your local authorized Canon dealer in any of the
following cases:
• When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
• If liquid or small object has fallen into the machine.
• If the machine has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the machine does not operate normally when you have followed the instructions in this guide. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the instructions in this guide. Improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and may require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to normal operation.
• If the machine has been dropped.
• If the machine exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for servicing.
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Safety Precautions
– Do not place your hands, hair, clothing, etc., near the exit and feed rollers. Even if the machine is not in
operation, your hands, hair, or clothing may get caught in the rollers, which may result in personal injury or
damage if the machine suddenly starts printing.
– Be careful when removing printed paper from paper delivery tray or when aligning it, because it may be hot
and result in burn injury.
Location
Safety Precautions
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Place the machine on a flat, stable, vibration-free surface that is strong enough to support its weight.
Place the machine in a cool, dry, clean, well ventilated place.
Make sure the area is free from dust.
Make sure the location is not exposed to high temperature or humidity.
Keep the machine away from direct sunlight as this can damage it. If you have to place the machine near a
window, install heavy curtains or blinds.
Do not use the machine near water. Make sure that no wet or humid objects come into contact with the
machine.
Do not use or store the machine outdoors.
Do not place the machine near devices that contain magnets or generate magnetic fields, such as speakers.
If possible, place the machine near an existing telephone line outlet for easy connection of the telephone
line cord, and to avoid the expense of installing a new outlet.
Place the machine near a standard 120 V AC (60 Hz) power outlet.
To ensure reliable operation of the machine and to protect it from overheating (which can cause it to
operate abnormally and create a fire risk), do not block the exhaust vent. Never block or cover any openings
on the machine by placing it on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. Do not place the machine in a
cupboard or built-in installation, or near a radiator or other heat source unless proper ventilation is
provided. Leave at least 4" (100 mm) around all sides of the machine.
Safety Precautions
● MF4370dn
Safety Precautions
● MF4350d
– Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet. Keep the area free so you can reach the outlet
quickly. If you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors, noises) around the machine, unplug the
power cord immediately. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
– Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not place the machine where the cord will be
walked on. Make sure the cord is not knotted or kinked.
Power Supply
– During electrical storms, unplug the power cord from the power outlet. (Any sent or received documents
stored in memory are backed up for about 5 minutes.)
– Whenever you unplug the power cord, wait at least five seconds before you plug it in again.
– Do not plug the power cord into an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
This product emits low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities, please move away from this product
and consult your doctor.
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Safety Precautions
Telephone Equipment
When using telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and
injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this machine near water (i.e., near a bathtub, kitchen sink, or laundry tub), or in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using the telephone during an electrical storm, as there may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
Safety Precautions
Your machine is designed with the latest technology to provide trouble-free operation. If you encounter a
problem with the machine’s operation, try to solve it by using the information in Chapter 13. If you cannot
solve the problem or if you think your machine needs servicing, contact Canon Customer Care Center at 1800-828-4040 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST Monday through Friday. On-line support for 24
hours is also available at the website.
http://www.canontechsupport.com/
Customer Support (Canada)
Canon Canada Inc., offers a full range of customer technical support options*:
– For step-by-step troubleshooting, e-mail technical support, the latest driver or document downloads, and
answers to frequently asked questions, visit http://www.canon.ca/
– Free live technical support 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) for products still
under warranty 1-800-652-2666
– For the location of the authorized service facility nearest you, visit http://www.canon.ca/ or 1-800-652-2666
– If the problem cannot be corrected by using one of the above technical support options, repair options are
available at the time of your call to the live technical support number above or via the website at http://
www.canon.ca/
*Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
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Legal Notices
Legal Notices
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Canon U.S.A., Inc. has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR Program for energy efficiency.
Legal Notices
The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is an international program
that promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office
equipment.
The program backs the development and dissemination of products with functions
that effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which business
proprietors can participate voluntarily.
The targeted products are office equipment, such as computers, displays, printers,
facsimiles, and copiers. The standards and logos are uniform among participating
nations.
IPv6 Ready Logo
The protocol stack included in this machine has obtained the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase1 established by the IPv6 Forum.
Trademarks
Canon, the Canon logo, and imageCLASS are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server and Windows Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
All other product and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of their respective
owners.
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Copyright © 2008 by Canon Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language in
any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without
the prior written permission of Canon Inc.
This product contains software made available to Canon Inc. or its licenser(s) under the terms (a) through (c)
listed below.
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(a)
Copyright © 1990 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice
and this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and
other materials related to such distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed by the
University of California, Berkeley. The name of the University may not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS’’ AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
The software was developed by the University of California, Berkeley.
(b)
Copyright © 1995, 1996 Cygnus Support.
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice
and this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and
other materials related to such distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed at Cygnus
Support, Inc. Cygnus Support, Inc. may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS’’ AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
The software was developed at Cygnus Support, Inc.
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Copyright © 1994, 1997 Cygnus Solutions.
All rights reserved.
Legal Notices
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice
and this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and
other materials related to such distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed at Cygnus
Solutions. Cygnus Solutions may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS’’ AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
The software was developed at Cygnus Solutions.
Third Party Software
This product includes software and/or software modules that are licensed by third parties (LICENSORS). Use
and distribution of this software and/or software modules (the “SOFTWARE”) are subject to conditions (1)
through (9) below unless the other conditions accompany the software and/or software module. In such
cases, these software and/or software module are subject to the other conditions.
(1) You agree that you will comply with any applicable export control laws, restrictions or regulations of the
countries involved in the event that the SOFTWARE is shipped, transferred or exported into any country.
(2) LICENSORS retain in all respects the title, ownership and intellectual property rights in and to the
SOFTWARE. Except as expressly provided herein, no license or right, expressed or implied, is hereby conveyed
or granted by Canon’s licenser to you for any intellectual property of LICENSORS.
(3) You may use the SOFTWARE solely for use with the Canon product you purchased (the “PRODUCT”).
(4) You may not assign, sublicense, market, distribute, or transfer the SOFTWARE to any third party without
prior written consent of Canon and LICENSORS.
(5) Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may transfer the SOFTWARE only when (a) you assign all of your rights
to the PRODUCT and all rights and obligations under the conditions to transferee and (b) such transferee
agrees to be bound by all these conditions.
(6) You may not decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble or otherwise reduce the code of the SOFTWARE to
human readable form.
(7) You may not modify, adapt, translate, rent, lease or loan the SOFTWARE or create derivative works based on
the SOFTWARE.
(8) You are not entitled to remove or make separate copies of the SOFTWARE from the PRODUCT.
(9) The human-readable portion (the source code) of the SOFTWARE is not licensed to you.
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The Software Subjected to the Other Conditions
Please refer to e-Manual on a CD-ROM bundled with this product, for more detail and corresponding license
conditions.
Disclaimers
Legal Notices
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO
MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
CANON INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY
NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
For CA, USA only
Included battery contains Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.
See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/ for details.
Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images
Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the use of such images as
scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may be prohibited by law and may result in
criminal and/or civil liability.
A non-exhaustive list of these documents is set forth below. This list is intended to be a guide only. If you are
uncertain about the legality of using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce any particular
document, and/or of the use of the images scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced, you should consult in
advance with your legal advisor for guidance.
–
–
–
–
–
Paper Money
Money Orders
Certificates of Deposit
Postage Stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Identifying Badges or Insignias
– Selective Service or Draft Papers
– Checks or Drafts Issued by Governmental
Agencies
– Motor Vehicle Licenses and Certificates of Title
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Travelers Checks
Food Stamps
Passports
Immigration Papers
Internal Revenue Stamps (canceled or
uncanceled)
– Bonds or Other Certificates of Indebtedness
– Stock Certificates
– Copyrighted Works/Works of Art without
Permission of Copyright Owner
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FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
imageCLASS MF4370dn/MF4350d: F156602
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and
(2)
this device must accept an interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in this manual. If you
make such changes or modifications, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
If your equipment malfunctions, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer from whom you
purchased the equipment (if under warranty), or with whom you have a servicing contact. If you are not sure
who to contact, and have both purchased and are using the equipment in the U.S.A., please refer to the
“SUPPORT” page on Canon U.S.A.’s Web site (http://www.usa.canon.com).
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
TEL No. (516)328-5600
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Users in the U.S.A.
Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon Facsimile Equipment
A.
Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk for the machine. See Chapter 13, “Appendix,” for specific
dimensions and weight.
B.
Order Information
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1. A single telephone line (touch-tone or rotary) should be used.
2. Order an RJ11-C telephone wall jack (USOC), which should be installed by the telephone company. If
the RJ11-C wall jack is not present, telephone/facsimile operation is not possible.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone company’s business representative. The line
should be a regular voice grade line or an equivalent one. Use one line per unit.
DDD (Direct Distance Dial) line
-orIDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas
Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones. A
dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your facsimile unit. Key telephone
systems are not recommended because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which
may cause a facsimile error.
C.
Power Requirements
The machine should be connected to a standard 120 volt AC, three-wire grounded outlet only.
Do not connect this machine to an outlet or power line shared with other appliances that cause
“electrical noise.” Air conditioners, electric typewriters, copiers, and machines of this sort generate
electrical noise that often interferes with communications equipment and the sending and receiving of
documents.
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Connection of the Equipment
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the
rear panel of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the
format of US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
Legal Notices
The REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to
a telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an
incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local
telephone company. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:
AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 10 is a REN of 1.0).
An FCC compliant telephone line cable and modular plug is provided with this equipment. This equipment is
designed to be connected to the telephone network or premise wiring using a compatible modular jack that
is Part 68 compliant.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party
lines is subjected to state tariffs.
In Case of Equipment Malfunction
Should any malfunction occur which cannot be corrected by the procedures described in this guide or the eManual, disconnect the equipment from the telephone line cable and disconnect the power cord.
The telephone line cable should not be reconnected or the main power switch turned ON until the problem is
completely resolved. Users should contact their local authorized Canon Facsimile Service Dealer for the
servicing of equipment.
If your equipment malfunctions, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer from whom you
purchased the equipment (if under warranty), or with whom you have a servicing contract. If you are not sure
who to contact, and have both purchased and are using the equipment in the U.S.A., please refer to the
“SUPPORT” page on Canon U.S.A.’s Web site (http://www.usa.canon.com).
Rights of the Telephone Company
If this equipment (imageCLASS MF4370dn/MF4350d) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may temporarily disconnect service. The telephone company also retains the right to make changes
in facilities and services that may affect the operation of this equipment. When such changes are necessary,
the telephone company is required to give adequate prior notice to the user.
However, if advance notice is not possible, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as
possible. Also, the customer will be advised of his/her right to file a complaint with the FCC if he/she believes
it is necessary.
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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device,
including FAX machines, to send any message unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each
transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity,
or other individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual.
(The telephone number provided may not be a 900 number or any other number for which charges exceed local or long-distance
transmission charges.)
In order to program this information into your machine, you should complete the procedure for registering your name, unit’s telephone
number, time, and date in the Starter Guide.
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Users in Canada
Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon Facsimile Equipment
A.
Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk for the machine. See Chapter 13, “Appendix,” for specific
dimensions and weight.
B.
Order Information
1. A single telephone line (touch-tone or rotary) should be used.
2. Order a CA11A modular jack, which should be installed by the telephone company. If the CA11A jack
is not present, installation cannot occur.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone company’s business representative. The line
should be a regular voice grade line or an equivalent one. Use one line per unit.
DDD (Direct Distance Dial) line
-orIDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas
Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones. A
dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your facsimile unit. Key telephone
systems are not recommended because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which
may cause a facsimile error.
C.
Power Requirements
The power outlet should be a three-prong grounded receptacle (Single or Duplex). It should be
independent from copiers, heaters, air conditioners, or any electric equipment that is thermostatically
controlled. The rated value is 115 volts and 15 amperes. The CA11A modular jack should be relatively
close to the power outlet to facilitate installation.
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Notice
– This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
– The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the Maximum number of devices allowed to be
connected to a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five.
– The REN of this product is 1.0.
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– Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities
of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable
method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual
service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent deterioration of
service in some situations.
– Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated
by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions,
may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
– Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility,
telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution
may be particularly important in rural areas.
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or
electrician, as appropriate.
This equipment complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Class B limits.
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Utilisation au Canada
Conditions à Remplir Préalablement à L’installation d’un Télécopieur Canon
A.
Emplacement
Prévoir une table, un meuble, ou un bureau suffisamment solide et de taille appropriée (voir le chapitre
13, Annexe (Appendix), pour les indications de poids et dimensions).
B.
Installation téléphonique
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1. Une seule ligne téléphonique (tonalités ou impulsions) doit être utilisée.
2. Il faut commander un jack modulaire CA11A qui sera installé par la compagnie téléphonique. Sans
ce jack, la mise en place serait impossible.
3. Si vous vous abonnez à une nouvelle ligne, demandez une ligne d’affaires normale de qualité
téléphonique courante ou équivalente. Prenez un abonnement d’une ligne par appareil.
Ligne automatique interurbaine
ou
Ligne automatique internationale (si vous communiquez avec les pays étrangers)
Canon vous conseille d’utiliser une ligne individuelle conforme aux normes industrielles, à savoir:
ligne téléphonique 2,500 (pour appareil à clavier) ou 500 (pour appareil à cadran/impulsions). Il est également possible de raccorder ce
télécopieur à un système téléphonique à poussoirs car la plupart de ces systèmes émettent des signaux d’appel non normalisés ou des
codes spéciaux qui risquent de perturber le fonctionnement du télécopieur.
C.
Condition d’alimentation
Raccordez le télécopieur à une prise de courant plus terre à trois branches, du type simple ou double, et
qui ne sert pas à alimenter un copieur, un appareil de chauffage, un climatiseur ou tout autre appareil
électrique à thermostat.
L’alimentation doit être de 115 volts et 15 ampères. Pour faciliter l’installation, le jack CA11A doit être
assez proche de la prise de courant.
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Remarques
– Le présent matériel est conforme aux spécifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada.
– Avant d’installer cet appareil, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il est permis de le connecter à l’équipement de la
compagnie de télécommunication locale et doit installer cet appareil en utilisant une méthode de
connexion autorisée. Il se peut qu’il faille étendre la circuiterie intérieure de la ligne individuelle d’abonné,
qui a été installée par la compagnie, au moyen d’un jeu de connecteurs homologués (rallonge
téléphonique).
Legal Notices
– L’attention de l’utilisateur est attirée sur le fait que le respect des conditions mentionnées ci-dessus ne
constitue pas une garantie contre les dégradations de qualité du service dans certaines circonstances.
– L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être
raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d’une interface peut consister en une combinaison
quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous
les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
– Le nombre d’équivalents sonnerie (REN) de ce produit est 1,0.
– Les réparations sur un appareil certifié doivent être faites par une société d’entretien canadienne autorisée
par le Gouvernement canadien et désignée par le fournisseur. Toute réparation ou modification que
pourrait faire I’utilisateur de cet appareil, ou tout mauvais fonctionnement, donne à la compagnie de
télécommunication le droit de débrancher I’appareil.
– Pour sa propre protection, I’utilisateur doit s’assurer que les prises de terre de I’appareil d’alimentation, les
lignes téléphoniques et les tuyaux métalliques internes, s’il y en a, sont bien connectés entre eux. Cette
précaution est particulièrement importante dans les zones rurales.
Au lieu d’essayer de faire ces branchements eux-mêmes, les utilisateurs sont invités à faire appel à un service d’inspection faisant autorité
en matière d’électricité ou à un électricien, selon le cas.
Respecte les limites de la classe B de la NMB-003 du Canada.
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Laser Safety
Laser Safety
This machine complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the
Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the machine does not produce hazardous
radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the machine is completely confined within protective housings and external
covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
Laser Safety
CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products
manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States.
Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
The label is attached to the laser scanner machine inside the machine and is not in a user access area.
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Before Using the
Machine
1
This chapter describes what you should know before using this machine, such as the names of the parts and their
functions, and basic settings to use various functions.
Before Using the Machine
Machine Components .................................................1-2
External View (Front) ..........................................................1-2
External View (Back) ............................................................1-4
Operation Panel ...........................................................1-6
Main Operation Panel ........................................................1-6
Fax Operation Panel............................................................1-8
Display (Standby Mode) ..............................................1-9
Copy Mode .............................................................................1-9
Fax Mode ................................................................................1-9
Scan Mode..............................................................................1-9
Toner Cartridge ..........................................................1-10
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge................................. 1-11
Be Careful of Counterfeit Toner Cartridges ............. 1-11
Checking the Toner Level............................................... 1-11
Entering Characters ...................................................1-13
Telephone Line Settings............................................1-14
Timer Settings ............................................................1-15
Setting the Sleep Mode .................................................. 1-15
Setting the Daylight Saving Time ............................... 1-16
Machine Components
Machine Components
This section describes the parts names of the machine and their functions.
External View (Front)
● MF4370dn
Before Using the Machine
● MF4350d
1-2
Machine Components
①ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Holds documents and feeds them automatically
into the scanning area.
②Slide guides
Adjust to the width of the document.
③Document feeder tray
Holds documents.
④Document delivery tray
Receives documents.
⑫Slide guides for multi-purpose tray
Adjust to the width of the paper.
⑬Paper guide rail
Holds the paper supply.
⑥Output tray
Receives copies, prints and faxes.
⑭Dust cover
Protects the paper supply in the paper cassette or
paper feeding tray from the dirt and dust.
⑦Paper cassette (For MF4370dn)/Paper feeding
tray (For MF4350d)
Loads the paper supply.
⑮Multi-purpose tray
Feeds paper when you insert one by one
manually.
⑧Scanning area
Scans documents from the ADF.
⑯Scanning platform
Open this platform when replacing the toner
cartridge or clearing paper jams.
⑨Platen glass
Place documents.
⑩Output tray extension
Extends for the output tray.
Before Using the Machine
⑤Operation panel
Controls the machine.
⑪Paper stopper
Prevents the paper from falling off the output
tray. Open the paper stopper from its original
position for LTR/A4 paper. For LGL paper, pull out
the output tray extension first, and then open the
paper stopper.
⑰Main power switch
Turns the power ON or OFF.
1-3
Machine Components
External View (Back)
● MF4370dn
Before Using the Machine
1-4
Machine Components
● MF4350d
Before Using the Machine
①Ethernet port (MF4370dn Only)
Connect the network cable.
②USB port
Connect the USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable.
③Rear cover
Open this cover when clearing paper jams.
④Power socket
Connect the power cord.
⑤Telephone line jack
Connect the telephone cable.
⑥External device jack
Connect an external device.
1-5
Operation Panel
Operation Panel
This section describes the names and functions of the operation panel keys, and describes
all the parts on the operation panel.
Main Operation Panel
Before Using the Machine
1-6
Operation Panel
①[Paper Settings] key
Press to specify the paper size and type for the
paper cassette or multi-purpose tray.
②[Job Cancel/Status Monitor] key
Press to check fax transmission, print, copy, or
report output.
③[COPY] key
Press to switch to the Copy mode.
④[FAX] key
Press to switch to the Fax mode.
⑮Processing/Data indicator
Blinks while sending or receiving faxes. Lights
when the machine has waiting jobs and
stores the data in memory.
⑯[Start] key
Press to start copying, scanning and sending
faxes.
⑰Numeric keys
Enter letters and numbers.
⑥[Menu] key
Press to select or cancel the modes in Additional
Functions.
⑲[Clear] key
Press to clear entered alphanumeric
characters.
⑦[2-Sided] key
Press to copy 1-sided documents as 2-sided
copies.
] key
⑳[
Press to increase the value for various
settings. Also press to see the next item in the
menu.
⑧[Enlarge/Reduce] key
Press to enlarge or reduce copy ratio.
⑨[Density] key
Press to adjust the density for copy or documents
you send.
⑩[Image Quality] key
Press to select image quality for copy or fax.
⑪[Collate/2 on 1] key
Press to collate copies, or press to set 2 on 1
copying.
Also press to set ID card copying.
⑫[Energy Saver] key
Press to set or cancel the Sleep mode
manually. The key lights green when the
Sleep mode is set, and goes off when the
mode is canceled.
Before Using the Machine
⑤[SCAN] key
Press to switch to the Scan mode.
⑱[Tone] key
Press to switch from rotary pulse to tone
dialing.
[OK] key
Press to accept a set function or mode.
Also press and hold to print a sample page
when you are in the copy mode. For details,
see Printing a Sample Page, on p. 4-22.
] key
[
Press to decrease the value for various
settings. Also press to see the previous item in
the menu.
Display
Displays messages and prompts during
operation. Displays selection, text, and
numbers when adjusting the settings.
[Report] key
Press to print reports and lists manually.
⑬[Stop/Reset] key
Press to stop a current job. Also, press to
return the machine to the standby mode.
⑭Error indicator
Blinks when an error has occurred.
1-7
Operation Panel
Fax Operation Panel
Before Using the Machine
①[Hook] key
Press when you want to dial without lifting up
the handset of the external telephone.
②[Redial/Pause] key
Press to redial the last dialed number when
fax is standing by, or press to insert a pause
when entering a fax number.
③[Coded Dial] key
Press to specify recipients registered under
coded dial codes.
④[Address Book] key
Press to search pre-registered recipients
under one-touch keys and coded dial codes
by name or fax number.
⑤One-Touch keys
Press to specify recipients registered under
one-touch keys.
1-8
Display (Standby Mode)
Display (Standby Mode)
Copy Mode
Scan Mode
SCANNING
100%
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
MODE
1
Before Using the Machine
– Depending on your needs, you can change the standby
display which appears when the main power switch is turned
ON. For details, see “Introduction of the Machine,” in the eManual.
– When the main power switch is turned ON, the display
displays <PLEASE WAIT> until the standby display appears.
– If the machine remains idle for one minute, the display returns
to the standby mode (Auto Clear Function).
①Zoom ratio
②Paper size
③Quantity
④Image quality
⑤Density
Fax Mode
12/31/2008
FaxOnly
WED 15:50
STANDARD
①Date & Time
②Image quality
③Receive mode
1-9
Toner Cartridge
Toner Cartridge
Before Using the Machine
The average print yield of the Canon genuine starter toner cartridge which comes with the
machine is 1,000 pages, the Canon genuine replacement toner cartridge is 2,000 pages. The
page counts are on the basis of “ISO/ IEC 19752”* when printing A4 size paper with the
default print density setting. The level of toner consumption varies depending on the type
of documents printed. If your average document contains a lot of graphics, tables, or charts,
the print yield of your toner cartridge will be fewer as they consume more toner. When you
are replacing a toner cartridge, make sure to use a toner cartridge designed for this
product. To purchase the Canon genuine replacement toner cartridge, contact your local
Canon dealer or Canon Customer Care Center (U.S.A.:1-800-828-4040, Canada:1-800-6522666).
* “ISO/IEC 19752” is the global standard related to “Method for the determination of toner
cartridge yield for monochromatic electrophotographic printers and multi-function devices
that may contain printer components” issued by ISO (International Organization for
Standardization).
Toner Cartridge name: Canon Cartridge 104
Model Name
MF4370dn/MF4350d
1-10
Type
Supported Canon
Genuine Cartridge
Average Print Yield
Bundled
Canon Cartridge 104
Starter
1,000 pages
Replacement
Canon Cartridge 104
2,000 pages
Toner Cartridge
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge
Note the following when handling the toner
cartridge.
– Keep the toner cartridge away from computer screens, disk
drives, and floppy disks. The magnet inside the toner cartridge
may harm these items.
– Avoid locations subject to high temperature, high humidity, or
rapid changes in temperature.
– Do not expose the toner cartridge to direct sunlight or bright
light for more than five minutes.
– Store the toner cartridge in its protective bag. Do not open
the bag until you are ready to install the toner cartridge in the
machine.
– Save the toner cartridge’s protective bag in case you need to
repack and transport the toner cartridge at a later date.
– Do not store the toner cartridge in a salty atmosphere or
where there are corrosive gases such as from aerosol sprays.
– Do not remove the toner cartridge from the machine
unnecessarily.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on the toner
cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is
exposed to light or is damaged.
– Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle to avoid
touching the drum protective shutter.
– Do not place the toner cartridge in an upright or an upside
down position. If toner becomes caked in the toner cartridge,
it may become impossible to free it even by shaking the toner
cartridge.
Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon
toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of
counterfeit toner cartridge may result in poor print
quality or machine performance. Canon is not
responsible for any malfunction, accident or
damage caused by the use of non-genuine Canon
toner cartridge or counterfeit toner cartridge.
For details, see http://www.canon.com/counterfeit.
Checking the Toner Level
You can check the amount of toner remaining in the
toner cartridge.
1
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <TONER GAUGE>,
then press [OK].
TONER
Before Using the Machine
– Do not place the toner cartridge in fire. Toner powder is
flammable.
– If there is a toner powder leakage, make sure not to inhale or
touch the toner powder. If it comes in contact with your skin,
rinse with cold water using soap. If you feel an irritation on
your skin or inhale the powder, consult a doctor immediately.
– When removing the toner cartridge from the machine, make
sure to remove it carefully. If not removed with care, the toner
powder may scatter and come in contact with your eyes and
mouth. If this happens, rinse with water and consult a doctor
immediately.
– Keep the toner cartridge away from small children. If they
ingest the toner powder, consult a doctor immediately.
– Do not disassemble the toner cartridge. The toner powder
may scatter and come in contact with your eyes and mouth. If
this happens, rinse with water and consult a doctor
immediately.
Be Careful of Counterfeit Toner
Cartridges
GAUGE
The toner level is displayed in the display at five
levels. If the toner gauge indicates that the toner
is empty, it is recommended that the toner
cartridge be replaced. (See “Replacing the Toner
Cartridge,” on p. 10-9.)
■ Toner full
TONER
0%
GAUGE
100%
■ Toner high
TONER
0%
GAUGE
100%
1-11
Toner Cartridge
■ Toner low
TONER
0%
GAUGE
100%
■ Toner near empty
TONER
0%
GAUGE
100%
■ Toner empty
Before Using the Machine
TONER
0%
2
1-12
GAUGE
100%
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Entering Characters
Entering Characters
For displays that require alphanumeric entries, follow the procedure below to enter
characters.
Example: Enter <Canon>. For details on entering characters, see “Information About the
Keys,” in the Starter Guide or “Set Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual.
Press repeatedly until an uppercase
<C> appears.
NAME
C
2
[A]
Press [
] to move the cursor to the
right, then press until an <a> appears.
NAME
Ca
[A]
3
Press
4
Press [
] to move the cursor to the
right, then press until an <o> appears.
until an <n> appears.
NAME
Can
NAME
Cano
5
Before Using the Machine
1
[A]
[A]
Press [
] to move the cursor to the
right, then press until an <n> appears.
NAME
Canon
[A]
1-13
Telephone Line Settings
Telephone Line Settings
Set the type of telephone line that is connected to the machine.
If this setting is incorrect, you will be unable to communicate with other machines. Make
sure to check the type of telephone line that you are using, and make the correct setting.
The default setting is <TOUCH TONE>
Before Using the Machine
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
6
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
2
USER SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <TEL LINE
TYPE>, then press [OK].
USER SETTINGS
3
TEL LINE TYPE
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the
telephone line type, then press [OK].
TEL
LINE
TYPE
TOUCH
TONE
– <TOUCH TONE>: Tone dialing
– <ROTARY PULSE>: Pulse dialing
– If you do not know the type of telephone line
you use, contact your local telephone
company.
1-14
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Timer Settings
Timer Settings
The timer settings enables you to set the Sleep Mode and the Daylight Saving Time.
Setting the Sleep Mode
If the machine remains idle for a certain period of
time, it automatically enters the Sleep mode.
5
AUTO
Press
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <TIMER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
4
SLEEP
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
AUTO
ON
] to select <ON>, then
SLEEP
5MIN.
6
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
[Energy Saver] lights green when the
machine enters the Sleep mode.
– To enter the Sleep mode manually, press
[Energy Saver] on the operation panel.
– The machine will not enter the Sleep mode
when:
• the machine is in operation
• the Processing/Data indicator lights or blinks
• a message appears on the display and the
Error indicator blinks
• paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray
• a paper jam occurs in the machine
• the handset of the external telephone is off
the hook
– The machine will leave the Sleep mode when:
• you press [Energy Saver] on the operation
panel
• a fax is received
• the handset of the external telephone is off
the hook
• a print job is sent from a computer, and the
print is started
–
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <AUTO
SLEEP>, then press [OK].
AUTO
TIME
– You can set the interval from 3 to 30 minutes
(in one-minute increments).
– You can also enter values using –
[numeric keys].
[Menu].
MENU
8
TIMER
SLEEP
Before Using the Machine
The default settings are as follows:
– <AUTO SLEEP>: ON
– <AUTO SLEEP TIME>: 5MIN.
1
2
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
interval, then press [OK].
ON
1-15
Timer Settings
Setting the Daylight Saving Time
In some countries or areas, time is advanced
throughout the summer season. This is called
“Daylight Saving Time.” This section describes how
to set the Daylight Saving Time.
The default setting is <OFF>.
Before Using the Machine
1
2
Press
[Menu].
7
8
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
WEEK
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <DAYLIGHT
SV.TIME>, then press [OK].
TIMER SETTINGS
4
DAYLIGHT SV.TIME
4
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
DAYLIGHT
10
ON
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
11
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
DAY
5
Press [
] or [
] to select <START
DATE/TIME>, then press [OK].
DAYLIGHT
1
START
6
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
SV.TIME
DATE/TIME
] to select <MONTH>,
START DATE/TIME
1
MONTH
1-16
] to select <WEEK>,
] to select the week,
SECOND
WEEK
] to select <DAY>, then
START DATE/TIME
3
DAY
] to select <ON>, then
SV.TIME
MARCH
START DATE/TIME
2
WEEK
9
SETTINGS
] to select the month,
MONTH
Press [
] or [
] to select <TIMER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
8
TIMER
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
12
] to select the day, then
SUNDAY
Press [
] or [
] to select <END DATE/
TIME>, then press [OK].
DAYLIGHT SV.TIME
2
END DATE/TIME
Timer Settings
13
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
] to select <MONTH>,
END DATE/TIME
1
MONTH
14
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
MONTH
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
NOVEMBER
] to select <WEEK>,
END DATE/TIME
2
WEEK
16
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
WEEK
17
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
Before Using the Machine
15
] to select the month,
] to select the week,
SECOND
WEEK
] to select <DAY>, then
START DATE/TIME
3
DAY
18
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
DAY
19
] to select the day, then
SUNDAY
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
1-17
Before Using the Machine
1-18
Documents
and Print
Media
2
This chapter describes the types of paper and documents that can be used with the machine and how to load paper
in the paper cassette and the multi-purpose tray.
Documents and Print Media
Documents Requirements ..........................................2-2
Scanning Area ..............................................................2-3
Placing Documents......................................................2-4
On the Platen Glass .............................................................2-4
In the ADF ...............................................................................2-5
Paper Requirements ....................................................2-6
Printable Area ..............................................................2-7
Loading Paper ..............................................................2-8
In the Paper Cassette ..........................................................2-8
In the Multi-Purpose Tray ............................................... 2-11
Setting Paper Size and Type .....................................2-14
For the Paper Cassette .................................................... 2-14
For the Multi-Purpose Tray ............................................ 2-15
Documents Requirements
Documents Requirements
Platen Glass
ADF
Documents and Print Media
Type
–
–
–
–
–
Plain paper
Thick documents
Photographs
Small documents (e.g., index cards)
Special types of paper (e.g., tracing
paper*1, transparencies*1, etc.)
– Books (Height: Maximum 1" (24 mm))
Plain paper (Multi-page documents of the
same size, thickness and weight or one-page
documents.)
Size (W × L)
Maximum 8 1/2" × 11 5/8"
(Maximum 216 × 297 mm)
Maximum 8 1/2" × 14" (Maximum 216 ×
356 mm)
Minimum 4 1/8" × 5 7/8" (Minimum 105 ×
148.5 mm)
Weight
Maximum 4.4 lb (2 kg)
11 to 28 lb (40 to 105 g/m2)
Quantity
1 sheet
Maximum 35 sheets*2
(Maximum 10 sheets for LGL documents)
*1 When copying transparent documents such as tracing paper or transparencies, use a piece of plain white paper to cover the
document after placing it face-down on the platen glass.
*2 21 lb (80 g/m2) paper
● Do not place the document on the platen glass or in the ADF until the glue, ink or correction fluid on the
document is completely dry.
● To prevent document jams in the feeder, do not use any of the following:
• Wrinkled or creased paper
• Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
• Curled or rolled paper
• Coated paper
• Torn paper
• Onion skin or thin paper
• Documents with staples or paper clips attached
• Paper printed with a thermal transfer printer
• Transparencies
2-2
Scanning Area
Scanning Area
Make sure your document's text and graphics fall within the shaded area in the following
diagram. Note that the margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight
variations in actual use.
Documents and Print Media
2-3
Placing Documents
Placing Documents
This section describes how to place your documents on the platen glass and in the ADF.
On the Platen Glass
1
Documents and Print Media
2
2-4
3
Align the document with the appropriate
paper size marks.
Lift up the ADF.
Place a document face down.
If your document does not match any of the
paper size marks, align the center of your
document with the arrow mark.
Placing Documents
4
Gently lower the ADF.
2
Adjust the slide guides to the width of the
documents.
3
Neatly place the documents face up in
the document feeder tray.
The document is ready for scanning.
Remove the document from the platen glass
when scanning is complete.
In the ADF
1
Fan the documents stack and even the
edges.
Documents and Print Media
– When closing the ADF, be careful not to get
your fingers caught, as this may result in
personal injury.
– Do not press down the ADF forcefully, as this
may damage the platen glass and cause
personal injury.
The documents are ready for scanning.
– Do not add or remove documents while they
are being scanned.
– When scanning is complete, remove the
documents from the document delivery tray to
avoid paper jams.
– Avoid using ADF to scan the same documents
more than 30 times. When scanned repeatedly,
documents can become folded or torn, which
may cause paper jams.
– If the feeder rollers are soiled from scanning
documents written in pencil, clean them. (See
“Cleaning the Machine,” on p. 10-2.)
2-5
Paper Requirements
Paper Requirements
Paper cassette
Multi-purpose tray
Size (W × L)
LTR, LGL, A4, B5, A5, Executive, Envelope (COM10 (#10), Monarch, DL, ISO-C5 (6 3/8" × 9"
(162 × 229 mm)), Oficio, Brazil-Oficio, Mexico-Oficio, Government-LTR, Government-LGL,
Foolscap, 3" × 5" to 8 1/2" × 14" (76 × 127 to 216 × 356 mm)
Weight
16 to 43 lb (60 to 163 g/m2)
Quantity
Maximum 250 sheets (Height: maximum
1" (25 mm))
Type
Plain Paper, Plain Paper L, Heavy Paper, Heavy Paper H, Transparency
Maximum 1 sheet
Documents and Print Media
The default paper size is LTR. If you use a different paper size, you need to change the paper size settings. (See “Setting Paper Size and
Type,” on p. 2-14.)
● To prevent paper jams, do not use any of the following:
• Wrinkled or creased paper
• Curled or rolled paper
• Coated paper
• Torn paper
• Damp paper
• Very thin paper
• Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (Do not copy on the reverse side.)
● The following types of paper do not print well:
• Highly textured paper
• Very smooth paper
• Shiny paper
● Make sure the paper is free from dust, lint, and oil stains.
● Make sure to test paper before purchasing large quantities.
● Store all paper wrapped and on a flat surface until ready for use. Keep opened packs in their original
packaging in a cool, dry location.
● Store paper at 64.4°F–75.2°F (18°C–24°C), 40%–60% relative humidity.
● Use only the transparencies designed for laser printers. Canon recommends you to use Canon type
transparencies with this machine.
2-6
Printable Area
Printable Area
The shaded area indicates the approximate printable area of LTR paper. Note that the
margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight variations in actual use.
Documents and Print Media
2-7
Loading Paper
Loading Paper
This section describes how to load paper in the paper cassette and the multi-purpose tray.
The default paper size/type is set to <LTR> and <PLAIN PAPER> in the setting menu. When you load other size and/or type of
paper, change the paper size/type setting by pressing
[Paper Settings]. (See “Setting Paper Size and Type,” on p. 2-14.)
In the Paper Cassette
Documents and Print Media
Follow the procedure below to load paper in the
paper cassette.
3
Slide out the paper guide rail (A).
4
Slide the side paper guides (A) to match
the size of paper.
● For MF4370dn
1
2
Take out the dust cover.
Open the front panel of the paper
cassette.
If the paper guides do not fit the size of the paper,
the printout may be skewed.
2-8
Loading Paper
Fan the paper stack and even the edges.
6
Load the paper into the paper cassette
with the print side up. Make sure the
paper stack sits below the small fin (A) on
the side paper guide.
8
Close the front panel of the paper
cassette.
Documents and Print Media
5
To load Legal-size paper, leave the front panel of
paper cassette open and adjust the paper guide
rail (A) for Legal size paper.
7
Adjust the paper guide rail to match the
size of paper.
9
Match up the edge of the dust cover (A)
and the edge of the paper cassette (B),
and place the cover on top of the
cassette.
2-9
Loading Paper
● For MF4350d
Documents and Print Media
1
Open the paper feeding tray.
2
Take out the dust cover from inside the
machine.
4
Slide the side paper guides (A) to match
the size of paper.
If the paper guides do not fit the size of the paper,
the printout may be skewed.
5
3
2-10
Slide out the paper guide rail (A).
Fan the paper stack and even the edges.
Loading Paper
6
Load the paper into the paper feeding
tray with the print side up. Make sure the
paper stack sits below the hook (A) on the
side paper guide.
In the Multi-Purpose Tray
Use the multi-purpose tray when you want to copy
or print on the different paper which is in the paper
cassette. Load paper one by one in the multipurpose tray.
7
Adjust the paper guide rail to match the
size of paper.
● For MF4370dn
1
8
Spread the paper guides a little wider
than the actual paper width.
Documents and Print Media
– The paper in the multi-purpose tray is fed prior to the paper in
the paper cassette.
– The recommended envelopes are COM10 (#10), MONARCH,
DL, and ISOC5. Using other envelopes may affect the quality
of the printout.
– Make sure to set the correct paper size in the printer driver.
– When printing received documents or reports, paper can be
fed only from the paper cassette. If paper is loaded into the
multi-purpose tray, <REMOVE MP PAPER> appears.
Aligning the protrusions (A) on the both
sides of the dust cover to the guides (B)
inside the machine, set the dust cover.
2-11
Loading Paper
2
When setting paper, gently insert the
paper into the multi-purpose tray with
the print side up.
3
Documents and Print Media
When setting an envelope, gently insert the
envelope into the multi-purpose tray with the
print side up and the right edge (i.e., closer to
the stamp) first.
Slide the paper guides so that they fit to
both sides of the paper.
If the paper guides do not fit the size of the paper,
the print quality may be deteriorated.
4
Specify the size and the type of the paper
you load.
For details on how to specify the paper size and
type, see “Setting Paper Size and Type,” on p. 214.
● For MF4350d
1
When you load paper with a logo on, position the
paper with the print side up (logo side) and insert
it so that the top of the paper feeds first in the
multi-purpose tray.
2-12
Spread the paper guides a little wider
than the actual paper width.
Loading Paper
2
When setting paper, gently insert the
paper into the multi-purpose tray with
the print side up.
3
If the paper guides do not fit the size of the paper,
the print quality may be deteriorated.
4
Specify the size and the type of the paper
you load.
For details on how to specify the paper size and
type, see “Setting Paper Size and Type,” on p. 214.
Documents and Print Media
When setting an envelope, gently insert the
envelope into the multi-purpose tray with the
print side up and the right edge (i.e., closer to
the stamp) first.
Slide the paper guides so that they fit to
both sides of the paper.
When you load paper with a logo on, position the
paper with the print side up (logo side) and insert
it so that the top of the paper feeds first in the
multi-purpose tray.
2-13
Setting Paper Size and Type
Setting Paper Size and Type
This section describes how to specify the paper size and type you are loading in the paper
cassette and the multi-purpose tray. Whenever you change the paper size and type in the
cassette and the tray, follow the procedure in this section to adjust the paper size and type
settings for the cassette and the tray.
The default settings are as follows:
– <PAPER SIZE>: LTR
– <PAPER TYPE>: PLAIN PAPER
Documents and Print Media
3
For the Paper Cassette
1
Press [Paper Settings] repeatedly to
select <CASSETTE>, then press [OK].
CASSETTE
2
Press [
] or [
] to select the paper
size, then press [OK].
Ex.
PAPER
SIZE
LTR
You can select from the following paper sizes:
<LTR>, <LGL>, <A4>, <B5>, <A5>,
<EXECUTIVE>, <COM10>, <MONARCH>, <DL>,
<ISO-C5>, <OFICIO>, <BRAZIL-OFICIO>,
<MEXICO-OFICIO>, <GOVERNMENT-LETTER>,
<GOVERNMENT-LEGAL>, <FOOLSCAP>
Press [
] or [
] to select the paper
type, then press [OK].
Ex.
PAPER
TYPE
PLAIN
PAPER
You can select from the following paper types:
– <PLAIN PAPER> or <PLAIN PAPER L>*1 for
Plain paper (17 lb to 24 lb (64 g/m2 to 90 g/
m2))
– <HEAVY PAPER> or <HEAVY PAPER H>*2 for
Heavy paper (Paper cassette: 28 lb to 34 lb
(105 g/m2 to 128 g/m2), Multi-purpose tray:
28 lb to 43 lb (105 g/m2 to 163 g/m2)) or
Envelope
– <TRANSPARENCY> for Transparency
*1 If paper curls excessively when printed with
<PLAIN PAPER> selected, select <PLAIN PAPER
L>.
*2 If print fixing is not sufficient when printed
with <HEAVY PAPER> selected, select <HEAVY
PAPER H>.
If you have selected <B5>, <A5>, <EXECUTIVE>,
<COM10>, <MONARCH>, <DL> or <ISO-C5> for
the paper size in step 2, <PAPER TYPE> is not
displayed.
2-14
Setting Paper Size and Type
For the Multi-Purpose Tray
1
Press [Paper Settings] repeatedly to
select <MP TRAY>, then press [OK].
MP
2
3
TRAY
Press [
] or [
] to select the paper
size, then press [OK].
Ex.
PAPER
SIZE
LTR
Ex.
PAPER
TYPE
PLAIN
PAPER
You can select from the following paper types:
– <PLAIN PAPER> or <PLAIN PAPER L>*1 for
Plain paper (17 lb to 24 lb (64 g/m2 to 90 g/
m2))
– <HEAVY PAPER> or <HEAVY PAPER H>*2 for
Heavy paper (Paper cassette: 28 lb to 34 lb
(105 g/m2 to 128 g/m2), Multi-purpose tray:
28 lb to 43 lb (105 g/m2 to 163 g/m2)) or
Envelope
– <TRANSPARENCY> for Transparency
*1 If paper curls excessively when printed with
<PLAIN PAPER> selected, select <PLAIN PAPER
L>.
*2 If print fixing is not sufficient when printed
with <HEAVY PAPER> selected, select <HEAVY
PAPER H>.
Documents and Print Media
You can select from the following paper sizes:
<LTR>, <LGL>, <A4>, <B5>, <A5>,
<EXECUTIVE>, <COM10>, <MONARCH>, <DL>,
<ISO-C5>, <OFICIO>, <BRAZIL-OFICIO>,
<MEXICO-OFICIO>, <GOVERNMENT-LETTER>,
<GOVERNMENT-LEGAL>, <FOOLSCAP>
Press [
] or [
] to select the paper
type, then press [OK].
If you have selected <B5>, <A5>, <EXECUTIVE>,
<COM10>, <MONARCH>, <DL> or <ISO-C5> for
the paper size in step 2, <PAPER TYPE> is not
displayed.
2-15
Documents and Print Media
2-16
Registering Destinations
in the Address Book
3
This chapter describes how to register destinations in the Address Book, and how to edit and erase registered
information.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
About the Address Book .............................................3-2
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys ................................3-3
Registering One-Touch Keys ............................................3-3
Editing One-Touch Keys ....................................................3-3
Erasing One-Touch Keys ....................................................3-4
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes..............................3-6
Registering Coded Dial Codes ........................................3-6
Editing Coded Dial Codes .................................................3-6
Erasing Coded Dial Codes.................................................3-7
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing ...........3-9
Registering Group Addresses ..........................................3-9
Adding New Destination to Group ............................ 3-10
Deleting Destination from Group ............................... 3-10
Changing Group Name .................................................. 3-11
Deleting Group Addresses ............................................ 3-11
About the Address Book
About the Address Book
The Address Book is a feature used for storing fax numbers. The Address Book is divided
into one-touch keys and coded dial codes. You can store up to 8 destinations in one-touch
keys, and 100 destinations in coded dial codes, for a total of 108 destinations in the whole
Address Book. You can also register multiple destinations for a group address, and assign a
one-touch key or coded dial code to this group.
Registering a destination in the Address Book saves you the effort of entering that
destination’s fax number each time you send a fax.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
– Destinations stored in the Address Book can be exported to your computer as a file, which can be imported into the
machine. For information on exporting the Address Book, see “Settings from a PC,” in the e-Manual.
– For easy reference, it is recommended to print the list of recipients registered in one-touch keys or coded dial codes. (See
“Introduction of the Machine,” in the e-Manual.)
3-2
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
This section describes how to register destinations for one-touch keys and to edit the
registered one-touch keys.
Registering One-Touch Keys
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <1-TOUCH
SPD DIAL>, then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to select a one-touch
key (01 to 08) for which you want to
register the fax number, then press [OK].
7
5
Enter the destination name (up to 20
letters, including spaces) with –
[numeric keys], then press [OK].
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Editing One-Touch Keys
1
2
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
[01] NOT REGISTERED
You can also select a one-touch key by pressing
the corresponding one-touch key.
ENTRY
To register another one-touch key, repeat the
procedure from step 4.
SET.
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
1
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
4
TEL NUMBER
123XXXXXXX
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
BOOK
Enter the fax number you register (up to
50 digits, including spaces and pauses)
with – [numeric keys], then press
[OK].
Ex.
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
6
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
BOOK
SET.
Press [
] or [
] to select <1-TOUCH
SPD DIAL>, then press [OK].
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
1
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
Ex.
NAME
Canon
A
[A]
3-3
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the onetouch key (01 to 08) you want to edit,
then press [OK].
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Erasing One-Touch Keys
Ex.
1-TOUCH SPD
[01]Canon A
DIAL
You can also select a one-touch key by pressing
the corresponding one-touch key.
5
9
Press [
] repeatedly to go to the
character you want to change, then press
[Clear].
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
BOOK
SET.
Ex.
NAME
Canon
[A]
A
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <1-TOUCH
SPD DIAL>, then press [OK].
To delete the entire entry, press and hold
[Clear].
6
Enter a new character with –
[numeric keys], then press [OK].
Ex.
NAME
Canon
7
[A]
B
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
1
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
4
Press [
] or [
] to select a one-touch
key (01 to 08) you want to erase, then
press [OK].
Ex.
1-TOUCH SPD
[01]Canon A
Press [
] repeatedly to go to the
number you want to change, then press
[Clear].
DIAL
You can also select a one-touch key by pressing
the corresponding one-touch key.
Ex.
TEL NUMBER
123XXXXXXX
5
ENTRY
To delete the entire entry, press and hold
[Clear].
8
Enter a new number with
keys], then press [OK].
–
Ex.
TEL NUMBER
124XXXXXXX
3-4
ENTRY
[numeric
Press and hold [Clear] to erase the
destination name, then press [OK].
NAME
[A]
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
6
Press and hold [Clear] to erase the fax
number, then press [OK].
TEL
NUMBER
ENTRY
If you erase the fax number, the registered name
is cleared automatically.
7
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
3-5
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
This section describes how to register destinations for coded dial codes and to edit the
registered coded dial codes.
Registering Coded Dial Codes
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
BOOK
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
2
CODED DIAL
4
TEL NUMBER
123XXXXXXX
Press [
] or [
] to select a coded dial
code (00 to 99) for which you want to
register the fax number, then press [OK].
7
5
Enter the destination name (up to 20
letters, including spaces) with –
[numeric keys], then press [OK].
Ex.
NAME
Canon
3-6
C
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Editing Coded Dial Codes
1
2
CODED DIAL
[*00]NOT REGISTERED
You can also select a coded dial code by
[Coded Dial] followed by the
pressing
desired two-digit code.
ENTRY
To register another coded dial code, repeat the
procedure from step 4.
SET.
Press [
] or [
] to select <CODED
DIAL>, then press [OK].
Enter the fax number you register (up to
50 digits, including spaces and pauses)
with – [numeric keys], then press
[OK].
Ex.
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
6
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
BOOK
SET.
Press [
] or [
] to select <CODED
DIAL>, then press [OK].
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
2
CODED DIAL
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the coded
dial code (00 to 99) you want to edit, then
press [OK].
Ex.
CODED DIAL
[*00]Canon
C
Erasing Coded Dial Codes
1
2
Press
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
You can also select a coded dial code by
[Coded Dial] followed by the
pressing
two-digit code.
5
Press [
] repeatedly to go to the
character you want to change, then press
[Clear].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the coded
dial code (00 to 99) you want to erase,
then press [OK].
Ex.
CODED DIAL
[*00]Canon
Ex.
7
D
Press [
] repeatedly to go to the
number you want to change, then press
[Clear].
Ex.
TEL NUMBER
123XXXXXXX
C
You can also select a coded dial code by
[Coded Dial] followed by the
pressing
two-digit code.
5
Press and hold [Clear] to erase the
destination name, then press [OK].
NAME
ENTRY
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
C
Enter a new character with –
[numeric keys], then press [OK].
NAME
Canon
SET.
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
2
CODED DIAL
To delete the entire entry, press and hold
[Clear].
6
BOOK
Press [
] or [
] to select <CODED
DIAL>, then press [OK].
Ex.
NAME
Canon
[Menu].
[A]
To delete the entire entry, press and hold
[Clear].
8
Enter a new number with
keys], then press [OK].
–
[numeric
Ex.
TEL NUMBER
124XXXXXXX
9
ENTRY
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
3-7
6
Press and hold [Clear] to erase the fax
number, then press [OK].
TEL
NUMBER
ENTRY
If you erase the fax number, the registered name
is cleared automatically.
7
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
3-8
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
This section describes how to register destinations for group addresses and to edit the
registered group addresses.
Registering Group Addresses
5
Ex.
The recipients must be registered in one-touch keys or coded
dial codes beforehand.
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
NAME
Canon
BOOK
6
SET.
[A]
Select the destinations you want to
register in the group (up to 50
destinations) until all destinations are
registered, then press [OK].
Ex.
NO.002=123XXXXXX
[02]Canon E
Press [
] or [
] to select <GROUP
DIAL>, then press [OK].
– To enter a recipient stored under a one-touch
dial key, press the desired one-touch dial key.
– To enter a recipient stored under a coded dial
[Coded Dial], then enter
code, press
the two-digit code with – [numeric
keys]. For multiple entries, press
[Coded Dial] between each entry.
– To register another group, repeat the
procedure from step 4.
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
3
GROUP DIAL
4
Group
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
1
2
Enter the group name (up to 20 letters,
including spaces) with the numeric keys,
then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to select an empty
one-touch key that you want to set as the
group address, then press [OK].
GROUP DIAL
[05] NOT REGISTERED
You can review the destinations which have been
already entered with [
] or [
].
You can also select a one-touch dial key by
pressing the corresponding one-touch dial key.
7
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
3-9
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
Adding New Destination to Group
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
BOOK
Deleting Destination from Group
1
2
Press
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
SET.
Press [
] or [
] to select <GROUP
DIAL>, then press [OK].
3
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Press [
] or [
] to select a group to
edit, then press [OK].
4
Press [
] or [
] to select a group to
edit, then press [OK].
Ex.
GROUP DIAL
[05]Canon Group
GROUP DIAL
[05]Canon Group
You can specify a group to edit by pressing the
corresponding one-touch key.
Press [OK].
Group
Select the destination you want to add to
the group, then press [OK].
NO.003=123XXXXXX
[03]Canon F
For details on specifying a recipient from
Address Book, see “Registering Group Addresses,”
on p. 3-9.
3-10
Press [OK].
Ex.
[A]
Ex.
7
You can specify a group to edit by pressing the
corresponding one-touch key.
5
Ex.
NAME
Canon
6
SET.
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
3
GROUP DIAL
Ex.
5
BOOK
Press [
] or [
] to select <GROUP
DIAL>, then press [OK].
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
3
GROUP DIAL
4
[Menu].
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
NAME
Canon
6
Group
[A]
Press [
] or [
] to display the
recipient you want to delete from the
group, then press [Clear].
Ex.
NO.003=123XXXXXX
[03]Canon F
Repeat this step if you want to delete another
recipient.
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
7
Press [OK].
6
Ex.
NO.002=123XXXXXX
[02]Canon E
8
Ex.
NAME
Canon
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Changing Group Name
1
2
Press
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
Press [OK].
Ex.
SET.
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
GROUP DIAL
[05]Canon Group
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADDRESS
BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
3
BOOK
SET.
Press [
] or [
] to select <GROUP
DIAL>, then press [OK].
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
3
GROUP DIAL
A
You can specify a group to edit by pressing the
corresponding one-touch key.
Press [
] repeatedly to go to the
character you want to change, then press
[Clear].
Ex.
A
1
2
MENU
6
ADDRESS
Press [
] or [
] to select a group to
edit, then press [OK].
Group
B
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
BOOK
Press [
] or [
] to select <GROUP
DIAL>, then press [OK].
NAME
Canon
8
[A]
B
Deleting Group Addresses
Ex.
5
Group
GROUP DIAL
[05]Canon Group
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
3
GROUP DIAL
4
7
[Menu].
MENU
6
ADDRESS
3
Enter a new character with –
[numeric keys], then press [OK].
[A]
4
Press [
] or [
] to select a group to
delete, then press [OK].
Ex.
GROUP DIAL
[05]Canon Group
You can specify a group to delete by pressing
the corresponding one-touch key.
To delete the entire name, press and hold
[Clear].
3-11
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
5
Press [OK].
Ex.
NAME
Canon
6
Group
[A]
Press [Clear] repeatedly until all
recipients are deleted, then press [OK].
NO.001=
When you delete all destinations, the registered
name is cleared automatically.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
7
3-12
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Copying
4
This chapter describes the copying features.
Copying
Overview of Copy Functions .......................................4-2
Basic Copying Method ................................................4-4
Canceling Copy Jobs....................................................4-5
Selecting Image Quality ..............................................4-6
Adjusting Density ........................................................4-8
Adjusting Automatically ...................................................4-8
Adjusting Manually .............................................................4-9
Enlarge/Reduce Images ............................................4-10
Preset Zoom........................................................................ 4-10
Custom Copy Ratio........................................................... 4-11
Collating Copies .........................................................4-13
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) .........4-15
2 on 1 Combination ......................................................... 4-15
Copying ID Card ................................................................ 4-16
2-Sided Copying ........................................................4-18
1 to 2-Sided Copying ....................................................... 4-19
Selecting Paper Size Group ......................................4-20
Changing Standard Mode .........................................4-21
Printing a Sample Page .............................................4-22
Viewing Copy Settings ..............................................4-23
Overview of Copy Functions
Overview of Copy Functions
In addition to enlarging/reducing copies, you can make 2-sided copies or use the 2 on 1
mode, which reduces 2 page documents to fit on one sheet of paper.
Copying
(p. 4-6)
(p. 4-8)
4-2
Overview of Copy Functions
(p. 4-10)
(p. 4-18)
Copying
(p. 4-15)
4-3
Basic Copying Method
Basic Copying Method
This section describes the basic procedure for copying.
1
Place documents on the platen glass or
load them in the ADF.
3
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
100%
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
– The copy quantity appears on the right
side of the display.
– If you make a mistake when entering
values, press [Clear] and enter the correct
values.
Copying
– For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
– Close the ADF/platen glass cover after placing
your documents.
– For documents you can copy, see “Documents
Requirements,” on p. 2-2.
2
Press
[COPY].
– If you want to adjust the image quality, see
“Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 4-6.
– If you want to adjust the density, see
“Adjusting Density” on p. 4-8.
– If you want to adjust the zoom ratio, see
“Enlarge/Reduce Images” on p. 4-10.
If you press and hold [OK] in the copy mode, a
sample page will be printed. For details, see
“Printing a Sample Page” on p. 4-22.
4-4
You cannot change the copy quantity while the
machine is copying.
4
Press
[Start].
Canceling Copy Jobs
Canceling Copy Jobs
You can cancel scanning or ongoing jobs.
If you cancel a copy job during scanning, make sure to remove the document.
1
2
Press
[Stop/Reset].
When the <CANCEL COPYING?> message
appears, press [
] to select <YES>.
CANCEL
< YES
COPYING?
NO
>
Copying
The job is canceled, and the copy quantity is
reset.
4-5
Selecting Image Quality
Selecting Image Quality
You can adjust the image quality of copies according to the types of documents. A correct
selection is necessary for the optimal reproduction of the colors of the document. These
settings return to the default values if the machine remains idle for a certain period of time
[Stop/Reset].
or if you press
The default settings is <TEXT/PHOTO>.
Copying
– Combinations of these four modes (TEXT/PHOTO, TEXT, PHOTO, TEXT/PHOTO+) cannot be selected at the same time. If
you select one of these modes, the previously set mode is canceled.
– If the document is a transparency, select the document type, then adjust the exposure to the most appropriate level for
the document.
1
Place documents.
3
Press
[Image Quality] repeatedly
to select the document type.
– <TEXT/PHOTO>: For documents that contain
text and photos
– <TEXT>: For text documents
– <PHOTO>: For documents that contain fine
text or photos
– <TEXT/PHOTO+>: For documents that
contain fine text and photos
Copy density automatically changes to the
manual mode when <TEXT/PHOTO>, <PHOTO>,
or <TEXT/PHOTO+> is set.
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
2
4-6
Press
[COPY].
Selecting Image Quality
4
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
100%
5
Press
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
Copying
4-7
Adjusting Density
Adjusting Density
You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document either
automatically or manually.
The default setting is <MANUAL> (5).
Copying
Adjusting Automatically
3
DENSITY
You can adjust the density to the most appropriate
level for the document automatically.
1
Press
[Density] twice to select
<AUTO>, then press [OK].
AUTO
Place documents.
The image quality is automatically set to <TEXT>.
4
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
100%
A
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
2
4-8
Press
[COPY].
5
Press
TEXT
LTR
1
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
Adjusting Density
Adjusting Manually
You can adjust the density to the most appropriate
level for the document manually.
1
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
100%
Place documents.
6
Press
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
2
3
4
Press
Copying
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
[COPY].
Press
[Density] to select the
manual mode.
Press [
] or [
] to adjust the copy
density, then press [OK].
DENSITY
-LT
[
[
DK+
]: to make light documents darker
]: to make dark documents lighter
– To cancel all settings, press [Stop/Reset].
– When you switch the mode by pressing the
mode keys such as
[FAX], all settings will
be canceled. If you want to keep the settings,
set the density as follows:
[Menu] → <COPY SETTINGS> → <STANDARD
SETTINGS> → <DENSITY> → <MANUAL> (See
“COPY SETTINGS,” on p. 12-5.)
4-9
Enlarge/Reduce Images
Enlarge/Reduce Images
You can convert a standard-sized document to a different standard-sized copy (preset
zoom), or you can enlarge or reduce images in 1% increments (custom copy ratio).
The default setting is <100%>.
Copying
Preset Zoom
3
You can enlarge or reduce standard size documents
to another standard paper size.
1
Place documents.
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
2
4-10
Press
[COPY].
Press
PRESET
-
[Enlarge/Reduce].
RATIO
100%
+
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the copy
ratio, then press [OK].
1
Place documents.
Ex.
PRESET RATIO
78% LGL
–
–
–
–
–
–
LTR
<200% MAX.>
<129% STMT → LTR>
<100%>
<78% LGL → LTR>
<64%>
<50% MIN.>
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
78%
6
Press
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
Custom Copy Ratio
You can enlarge or reduce images by any copy ratio,
in 1% increments. The available copy ratios are from
50% to 200%.
2
3
4
Press
[COPY].
Press
[Enlarge/Reduce] twice.
ZOOM
-
50-200%
100%
+
Copying
When <PAPER SIZE GROUP> in the <COPY
SETTINGS> menu is set to <A> or <AB>, the
preset copy ratios change as follows:
A: 50%, 70%, 100%, 141%, 200%
AB: 50%, 70%, 81%, 86%, 100%, 115%, 122%,
141%, 200%
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
copy ratio.
Ex.
ZOOM
-
50-200%
95%
+
You can also use [ ] or [ ] to adjust the
zoom ratio. To increase the zoom ratio, press
[ ]. To decrease the copy ratio, press [ ].
To return the copy ratio to 100%, press
[Enlarge/Reduce] repeatedly to display
<100%>, then press [OK].
4-11
Enlarge/Reduce Images
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
95%
6
Copying
4-12
Press
LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
Collating Copies
Collating Copies
You can sort copies into sets arranged in page order. This function is useful when making
handouts for meetings. This feature can be used together with both “2-Sided Copying,” (see
p. 4-18) and “Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1),” (see p. 4-15).
The default setting is <OFF>.
Copying
1
Place documents.
2
Press
[COPY].
If <AUTO COLLATE> is set to <ON> in
<STANDARD SETTINGS> in <COPY SETTINGS>,
skip to step 4.
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
4-13
Collating Copies
3
Press
[Collate/2 on 1].
COLLATE/2
ON
1
COLLATE
– If you want to use <COLLATE> and “2 on 1
Combination” (see p. 4-15) at the same time,
select <COLLATE+2 ON 1>, then press [OK].
– If you want to use <COLLATE> and the 2sided copying at the same time, go to step 3
of “1 to 2-Sided Copying” (see p. 4-19).
4
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
63%
Copying
5
Press
* LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
[Start].
– If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning
is complete, press [OK].
– The machine prints the remaining sets of
copies.
[Stop/Reset].
– To cancel all settings, press
– When you switch the mode by pressing the
mode keys such as
[FAX], all settings will
be canceled. If you want to keep the settings,
set the collate mode as follows:
[Menu] → <COPY SETTINGS> → <STANDARD
SETTINGS> → <AUTO COLLATE> → <ON> (See
“COPY SETTINGS,” on p. 12-5.)”
– When scanning multiple page documents,
<MEMORY FULL> may appear in the display
and scanning may be canceled. If this happens,
press
[Stop/Reset] to return to the standby
mode.
4-14
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1)
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1)
This mode enables you to reduce two-page documents to fit on one sheet of paper (1-sided/
2-sided).
Copying
2 on 1 Combination
2 on 1 mode automatically reduces two documents
to fit on the selected paper size. You can make wellorganized copies by copying multiple documents
onto one sheet. This mode enables you to cut print
costs by saving copy papers, and it is also useful for
saving space. This feature can be used together with
both ”Collating Copies” (see p. 4-13) and ”2-Sided
Copying” (see p. 4-18).
The default setting is <OFF>.
The reduction ratio is automatically set so that the documents fit
onto the selected paper size.
1
Place documents.
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
4-15
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1)
2
3
Press
Copying ID Card
[COPY].
Press
[Collate/2 on 1] repeatedly
to select <2 ON 1>, then press [OK].
COLLATE/2
ON
1
2
ON
1
– If you want to use <2 ON 1> and “Collating
Copies” (see p. 4-13) at the same time, select
<COLLATE+2 ON 1>, then press [OK].
– If you want to use <2 ON 1> and the 2-sided
copying at the same time, go to step 3 of “1 to
2-Sided Copying” (see p. 4-19).
4
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Copying
63%
5
Press
* LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
You can make copies of a card printed on both sides
like an ID card. The printed images on the frontback both sides of a paper are placed on exactly the
same position like the original card.
1
– You must place a document on the platen glass when using
this function.
– The zoom ratio will automatically be set to <100%> with this
feature. You cannot change the copy size.
– The paper size you can use is LTR or A4. If you select other
paper size in the paper size setting, the ID card copy function
will be canceled automatically.
– When you select the ID card copy, the other copy settings you
made, such as the copy ratio and paper size, will be canceled
automatically.
– This function cannot be used with the 2 on 1 mode, the
collating mode, or the 2-sided copying mode.
1
[Start].
Place a card on the platen glass.
– Place a card as indicated below.
Ex.
– If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning
is complete, press [OK].
– To cancel all settings, press
[Stop/Reset].
– A maximum of 1/8" (4 mm) margin will be
produced between the two reduced
documents in 2 on 1 copying.
– Align the center of a card with the arrow
mark.
2
3
Press
[COPY].
Press
[Collate/2 on 1] repeatedly
to select <ID CARD COPY>, then press
[OK].
COLLATE/2 ON 1
ID CARD
4-16
COPY
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1)
4
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
100%
5
6
Press
* LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
1
[start].
Turn and place the card.
– Place the card as indicated below.
Copying
– Align the center of a card with the arrow
mark.
7
Press
[start].
To cancel all settings, press
[Stop/Reset]
4-17
2-Sided Copying
2-Sided Copying
This mode enables you to make 2-sided copies from 1-sided documents. This enables you to
cut print costs in half when copying in large quantities.
This feature can be used together with both “Collating Copies” (see p. 4-13) and “2 on 1
Combination” (see p. 4-15).
The default setting is <OFF>.
Copying
Paper used to make 2-sided copies must conform to the following specifications:
– Paper size: LTR, A4 (envelopes cannot be used for 2-sided copying)
– Paper weight: 17 to 21 lb (64 to 80 g/m2)
4-18
2-Sided Copying
1 to 2-Sided Copying
You can make 2-sided copies from 1-sided
documents.
1
For the landscape oriented documents:
When <BOOK TYPE> is selected, the front and
back sides of the copy will have the opposite topbottom orientation. When <CALENDAR TYPE> is
selected, the front and back sides of the copy will
have the same top-bottom orientation.
Place documents.
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
Ex.
100%
6
2
3
Press
[COPY].
Press [2-Sided] to select <1 >2-SIDED>,
then press [OK].
2-SIDED
1
>
2-SIDED
If there are odd number of documents when the
1-Sided to 2-Sided mode is used, the back side of
the last copy is left blank.
4
1
[Start].
If you want to copy multiple documents using
the platen glass, place a document and press
[Start] once for each page. When scanning is
complete, press [OK].
Copying
For details, see “Placing Documents,” on p. 2-4.
Press
* LTR
TEXT/PHOTO
– To cancel all settings, press
[Stop/Reset].
– When you switch the mode by pressing the
mode keys such as
[FAX], all settings will
be canceled. If you want to keep the settings,
store the settings as follows:
[Menu] → <COPY SETTINGS> → <STANDARD
SETTINGS> → <2-SIDED> (See “COPY SETTINGS,”
on p. 12-5.)
– You can skip step 4. In this case, the machine
scans 1-sided documents to make 2-sided,
<BOOK TYPE> copies.
Press [
] or [
] to select <BOOK
TYPE> or <CALENDAR TYPE>, then press
[OK].
TYPE
OF
OUTPUT
BOOK
TYPE
<BOOK TYPE>: The front and back sides of the
copy will have the same top-bottom orientation.
<CALENDAR TYPE>: The front and back sides of
the copy will have the opposite top-bottom
orientation.
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Selecting Paper Size Group
Selecting Paper Size Group
This section describes how to select the paper size group.
The default setting is <INCHES>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <COPY
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
4
COPY
Copying
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <PAPER SIZE
GROUP>, then press [OK].
COPY SETTINGS
2
PAPER SIZE
4
GROUP
Press [
] or [
] to select a paper size
group, then press [OK].
PAPER
SIZE
GROUP
INCHES
You can select from the following paper size
groups: <INCHES>, <A>, <AB>
4-20
Changing Standard Mode
Changing Standard Mode
The Standard mode is the combination of copy modes that the machine automatically
[Stop/Reset] is pressed. You can change
applies when the power is turned ON, or when
the Standard mode to suit your needs.
The default settings are the followings:
– <IMAGE QUALITY>: TEXT/PHOTO
– <DENSITY>: MANUAL (5)
– <ZOOM RATIO>: 100%
– <AUTO COLLATE>: OFF
– <2-SIDED>: OFF
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <COPY
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
4
COPY
3
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
setting item, then press [OK].
STANDARD
1
IMAGE
Copying
1
2
SETTINGS
QUALITY
You can specify the following settings:
– <IMAGE QUALITY>
– <DENSITY>
– <ZOOM RATIO>
– <AUTO COLLATE>
– <2-SIDED>
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <STANDARD
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
COPY SETTINGS
1
STANDARD SETTINGS
If you press
[Stop/Reset] before pressing [OK],
the setting will not be registered.
5
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press
[Menu] to return to the previous display.
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Printing a Sample Page
Printing a Sample Page
This machine provides you to print a sample page. You can use this function to test how the
printouts will look with current settings.
– The paper size must be LTR.
– The paper type must be Plain Paper (17 to 21 lb (64 to 80 g/m2)).
– If the paper setting is not appropriate or the paper is not loaded correctly, printing does not start without any error
massages.
– You cannot cancel printing a sample page once printing has started.
– You cannot use this function while making copies, scanning documents, or printing reports/lists.
Copying
1
2
4-22
Press
[COPY].
Press and hold [OK].
The sample page will be printed on the both
sides of the paper.
Viewing Copy Settings
Viewing Copy Settings
You can check the current copy settings for <COLLATE>, <2-SIDED>, <2 ON 1>, and <ID CARD
COPY>.
1
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <VIEW SETTINGS>,
then press [OK].
VIEW
SETTINGS
The current settings for <COLLATE>, <2-SIDED>,
<2 ON 1>, and <ID CARD COPY> appear on the
LCD display.
ON
1
Copying
2
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Copying
4-24
Fax
5
This chapter describes how to use fax functions.
Setting the Incoming Ring ........................................5-34
Receiving Documents Manually with an External
Telephone (Remote RX) .............................................5-35
Activating the Remote Reception .............................. 5-35
Receiving Documents with the Remote
Reception ............................................................................ 5-36
Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing .................5-37
Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified
Senders .......................................................................5-38
Receive Start Speed ...................................................5-39
Receiving Documents in Memory without
Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) ...................5-40
Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory
Lock Reception Mode ................................................5-42
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory ..5-43
Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents
in Memory ..................................................................5-44
Checking/Deleting Fax Transmission
Documents.......................................................................... 5-44
Checking/Deleting Fax Reception Documents ..... 5-45
Checking the Fax Log ...................................................... 5-45
Fax
Overview of Fax Functions..........................................5-2
Introduction to Using Fax Functions..........................5-4
Methods for Receiving Faxes ...........................................5-4
Selecting the Receive Mode ......................................... 5-10
Setting the Current Date and Time ............................ 5-11
Setting the Type of Telephone Line ........................... 5-11
Registering the Machine’s Name................................. 5-12
Registering Your Machine’s Fax Number .................. 5-12
Sending Fax Documents ...........................................5-13
Basic Methods for Sending Faxes ............................... 5-13
Calling the Recipient before Sending Fax
Documents (Manual Sending) ..................................... 5-13
Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialing ..................... 5-14
Dialing an Overseas Number (With Pauses) ........... 5-15
Basic Methods for Sending PC Faxes ......................... 5-16
Canceling Sending Fax Documents ..........................5-17
Specifying Destinations ............................................5-18
Specifying a New Fax Number ..................................... 5-18
Using the One-Touch Keys ............................................ 5-19
Using Coded Dial Codes ................................................. 5-19
Using the Group Addresses .......................................... 5-20
Using the Address Book Key ......................................... 5-20
Sending Documents to More Than One
Location (Broadcasting) ................................................. 5-21
Adjusting Density ......................................................5-23
Selecting Image Quality ............................................5-24
Redialing When the Line Is Busy...............................5-25
Redialing Manually........................................................... 5-25
Redialing Automatically ................................................. 5-25
Checking the Dial Line before Sending ...................5-27
Changing Standard Mode .........................................5-28
Send Start Speed .......................................................5-29
Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of
Paper...........................................................................5-30
Reducing a Received Document ...............................5-31
Printing Footer Information on a Received
Document ...................................................................5-32
Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Runs
Out ..............................................................................5-33
Overview of Fax Functions
Overview of Fax Functions
In addition to the Super G3 fax function, you can send faxes from your computer. You can
also forward received fax documents to specified destinations.
(p. 5-13)
(p. 5-16)
(p. 5-24)
Fax
(p. 5-23)
(p. 5-13)
(p. 5-43)
5-2
Overview of Fax Functions
(p. 5-18)
Fax
(p. 5-40)
(p. 5-35)
5-3
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
This section describes the settings you need to make before using fax functions.
Make sure to set the following items first:
● Your fax number
Register your machine’s fax number. (See “Registering Your Machine’s Fax Number,” on p. 5-12.)
● Your personal name or company name
Register your name or company name. (See “Registering the Machine’s Name,” on p. 5-12.)
● Time and date
Set the current time and date. (See “Setting the Current Date and Time,” on p. 5-11.)
● Your telephone line type
Set the type of telephone line that is connected to the machine. (See “Setting the Type of Telephone
Line,” on p. 5-11.)
● Fax receiving mode
Set how the machine receives fax documents to suit your needs. (See “Methods for Receiving Faxes,”
on p. 5-4.)
Fax
Methods for Receiving Faxes
Your machine offers several methods for receiving fax documents. You can receive documents automatically
or manually. Follow the chart below to choose the fax receive mode that best suits your needs.
The default setting is <FaxOnly>.
Printing fax documents and scanning documents over the network cannot be processed at the same time. If this happens, these
documents are handled differently depending on the following:
– If you scan documents when the machine is receiving fax documents, or the machine receives fax documents when scanning
documents, the machine scans documents first, then starts printing the fax documents when scanning is complete.
– If you scan documents when the machine is printing received fax documents, scanning is canceled. Wait for the fax documents to be
printed out, then perform the scanning operation again.
5-4
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
● FaxOnly
In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically. Select this mode if you use the machine for fax
operations only, and not for voice communications using an external telephone.
● Before using this mode
Simply set the receive mode to <FaxOnly>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.)
● When an incoming call is received
– With no external telephone connected to the machine:
• For fax calls, the machine receives fax documents automatically.
• For telephone calls, you cannot talk to the caller.
– With external telephone connected to the machine:
Fax
If you want to change <INCOMING RING>, see “Setting the Incoming Ring,” on p. 5-34.
5-5
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
● FAX/TEL
In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and rings for telephone calls.
● Before using this mode
Make sure to do the following:
– Connect your external telephone to the machine. (See “Make Fax Settings,” in the Starter Guide.)
– Set the receive mode to <FAX/TEL>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.)
● When an incoming call is received
Fax
If you want to change <RING START TIME>, <F/T RING TIME>, or <F/T SWITCH ACTION>, see “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.
5-6
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
● AnsMode
In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and your answering machine records
a message for telephone calls.
● Before using this mode
Make sure to do the following:
– Connect your external telephone with built-in answering machine to the machine. (See “Make Fax Settings,”
in the Starter Guide.)
– Set your answering machine to answer after 1 to 2 rings.
– Record a message on your answering machine. (When you record a message, we recommend you insert
about 4 seconds of silence at the beginning of the message, or limit the message to 20 seconds.)
– Set the receive mode to <AnsMode>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.)
● When an incoming call is received
Fax
– This mode does not support voice mail.
– Make sure to change the receive mode if you turn off your answering machine; otherwise, the machine cannot receive fax documents
automatically.
5-7
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
● MANUAL
In this mode, you can monitor all incoming calls by picking up the handset each time your telephone rings.
This mode is a suitable option if you expect to use the machine mainly as a telephone, and only occasionally
receive fax documents.
● Before using this mode
Make sure to do the following:
– Connect your external telephone to the machine. (See “Make Fax Settings,” in the Starter Guide.)
– Set the receive mode to <MANUAL>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.)
● When an incoming call is received
Fax
*If <REMOTE RX> is set to <ON>, you can also start to receive fax documents by dialing from your telephone.
(See “Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote RX),” on p. 5-35.)
5-8
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
● DRPD
DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection) service assigns two or more telephone numbers with distinctive
ring patterns to a single telephone line, allowing you to have both a fax number(s) and a telephone number(s)
using only one telephone line. Your fax will automatically monitor incoming calls and based on the ring
pattern, will let you know if the call is a fax or voice call. Set the fax ring pattern that matches the pattern
assigned by your telephone company. Contact your telephone company for availability.
● Before using this mode
Make sure to do the following:
– Subscribe to a DRPD service. Contact your telephone campany for availability.
– Connect your external telephone to the maxhine. (See “Make Fax Settings,” in the Starter Guide.)
– Set the receive mode to <DRPD>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode,” on p. 5-10.)
Fax
5-9
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
Selecting the Receive Mode
You can set the fax receive mode to suit your needs.
The default setting is <FaxOnly>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
] to select <RX MODE>,
Fax
MODE
④Press [
] or [
] to specify the
duration (10 to 45 seconds) of ringing,
then press [OK].
F/T
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
receive mode, then press [OK].
RX
③Press [
] or [
] to select <F/T RING
TIME>, then press [OK].
FAX/TEL OPT. SET
2
F/T RING TIME
FAX SETTINGS
1
RX MODE
4
– If the machine receives a fax, the machine does
not ring and switches to the receive mode
automatically.
– The default setting is <6SEC>.
FaxOnly
For <FAX/TEL> and <DRPD>, you can specify
optional settings.
RING
TIME
22SEC
The default setting is <22SEC>.
⑤Press [
] or [
] to select <F/T
SWITCH ACTION>, then press [OK].
FAX/TEL OPT. SET
3
F/T SWITCH ACTION
■ If you select <FAX/TEL>:
] or [
] to select <RING
①Press [
START TIME>, then press [OK].
FAX/TEL
1
RING
OPT. SET
START TIME
②Press [
] or [
] to specify the
duration (4 to 30 seconds) for which the
machine attempts to detect the fax tone
before it starts ringing, then press [OK].
RING
START
TIME
6SEC
⑥Press [
] or [
] to select the action
the machine will take after the ringing
ends, then press [OK].
F/T
SWITCH
ACTION
RECEIVE
– <RECEIVE>: Receives a fax.
– <DISCONNECT>: Disconnects the call.
■ If you select <DRPD>:
] or [
] to select a ring
①Press [
pattern, then press [OK].
DRPD:SELECT FAX
NORMAL
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RING
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
5
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Setting the Current Date and Time
You can set the current date and time. The current
date and time settings are used as standard timer
settings for functions that require them.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <TIMER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
8
TIMER
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <DATE&TIME
SETTING>, then press [OK].
5
1
2
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
2
USER SETTINGS
4
SETTINGS
07 31 ‘08
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press
Fax
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
date (month/day/year) and time (in 24hour format), then press [OK].
DATE&TIME
17:50
Set the type of telephone line that is connected to
the machine.
If this setting is incorrect, you will be unable to
communicate with other machines. Make sure to
check the type of telephone line that you are using,
and make the correct setting.
The default setting is <TOUCH TONE>.
SETTINGS
TIMER SETTINGS
1
DATE&TIME SETTING
4
Setting the Type of Telephone Line
Press [
] or [
> ] to select <TEL LINE
TYPE>, then press [OK].
USER SETTINGS
3
TEL LINE TYPE
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the
telephone line type, then press [OK].
TEL LINE TYPE
TOUCH TONE
– <TOUCH TONE>: Tone dialing (default)
– <ROTARY PULSE>: Pulse dialing
– If you do not know the telephone line type,
call your telephone service provider for
details.
6
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
5-11
Introduction to Using Fax Functions
Registering the Machine’s Name
Your name or company’s name must be registered
as the machine’s name.
When you send a document, the name that you
registered is printed as the sender’s name on the
recipient’s paper.
1
2
Press
3
Your machine’s fax number must be registered.
When you send a document, the number that you
registered is printed on the recipient’s paper.
1
2
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
Registering Your Machine’s Fax
Number
Press
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
2
USER SETTINGS
Fax
Press [
] or [
] to select <UNIT
NAME>, then press [OK].
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <UNIT
TELEPHONE #>, then press [OK].
USER SETTINGS
1
UNIT TELEPHONE
USER SETTINGS
2
UNIT NAME
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
unit name (up to 32 characters), then
press [OK].
UNIT NAME
CANON
6
5-12
SETTINGS
SETTINGS
FAX SETTINGS
2
USER SETTINGS
4
[Menu].
5
Use – [numeric keys] to enter your
fax/telephone number (up to 20 digits,
including spaces), then press [OK].
Ex.
UNIT TELEPHONE
012XXXXXXX
[A]
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
#
6
#
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Sending Fax Documents
Sending Fax Documents
This section describes the settings and procedures for sending fax documents.
Basic Methods for Sending Faxes
This section describes the flow of sending faxes.
1
5
Place documents.
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
Calling the Recipient before
Sending Fax Documents (Manual
Sending)
2
3
Press
[FAX].
– You cannot use the platen glass for manual sending.
– You cannot use group addresses for manual sending.
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
4
Enter the fax number using –
[numeric keys] and [Tone].
Fax
Use manual sending when you want to talk to the
recipient before sending a document, or if the
recipient does not have a fax machine that can
receive automatically.
,
1
Connect an external telephone to the
machine if you want to talk to the
recipient before sending a document.
For information on how to connect an external
telephone to the machine, see “Make Fax
Settings,” in the Starter Guide or “Set Up the
Machine,” in the e-Manual.
Ex.
=031XXXXXX
If you enter a wrong number when
[Stop/
specifying a fax number, press
Reset].
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Sending Fax Documents
2
Place documents in the ADF.
9
When you hear a high-pitched signal,
press [Start], then hang up the
handset.
Scanning starts, and the scanned data is sent to
the specified destination when scanning is
complete.
Switching Temporarily to Tone
Dialing
3
4
5
Press
[FAX].
Adjust any necessary settings for your
documents.
Fax
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
To talk to the other party, you will need to connect an external
telephone to the machine.
Press
[Hook] or pick up the
handset of your external telephone.
1
2
If you press
[Hook], you can temporarily
adjust the monitor tone volume with [ ] and
[ ].
6
8
Press
[FAX].
Press
[Hook].
Dial the recipient’s fax number.
Make sure to confirm the dial tone before
entering a fax number. If you enter the number
before the dial tone is heard, the call may not
connect, or the wrong number may be dialed.
7
If your machine is set for pulse dialing, use the
procedure below to switch to tone dialing to use
information services (e.g., banks, airline
reservations, and hotel reservations).
Make sure to confirm the dial tone before
entering a fax number. If you enter the number
before the dial tone is heard, the call may not be
connected, or the wrong number may be dialed.
3
Talk through the handset to the recipient.
– If you press
[Hook] in step 5, you can
pick up the handset when you hear the
recipient’s voice.
– If you hear a high-pitched signal instead of
the recipient’s voice, go to step 9.
Ask the recipient to set their fax machine
to receive faxes.
Enter the number of the fax information
service using – [numeric keys].
Ex.
=031XXXXXX
4
When the recorded message of the
information service answers, press
[Tone] to switch to tone dialing.
Ex.
=031XXXXXXT
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Sending Fax Documents
5
Enter the numbers requested by the
information service using – [numeric
keys].
4
Enter the international access code using
– [numeric keys].
Ex.
=012
Ex.
=031XXXXXT789#
For details on international access codes,
contact your local telephone company.
6
If you want to receive faxes, press
[Start].
If you are using the external telephone, hang up
the handset after pressing [Start].
5
[Redial/Pause]
Ex.
=012P
Dialing an Overseas Number (With
Pauses)
– The letter <P> is displayed between the
numbers.
– <P> in the fax/telephone number represents
2.5-second pause.
[Redial/
– For a longer pause, press
Pause] again.
When you dial or register an overseas number, you
may need to insert a pause within the number.
Place documents.
6
Enter the country code, the area code,
and the fax/telephone number of the
recipient.
Fax
1
If necessary, press
to insert a pause.
Ex.
=012P23XXXXXX
2
3
Press
[FAX].
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
7
8
Press
[Redial/Pause] to enter a
pause at the end of the number.
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
] or [
] to select the
glass, press [
document size, then press [Start] for each
document. When scanning is complete, press
[OK] to start sending.
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
If <CONFIRM FAX NO.> in <ACCESS TO DEST.> in
<SYSTEM SETTINGS> is set to <ON> and you
specify a fax number using – , [numeric
keys] and [Tone], you need to enter the fax
number again for comfirmation, then press [OK].
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Sending Fax Documents
Basic Methods for Sending PC
Faxes
6
This section describes the flow of sending PC faxes.
Make sure that the fax driver is installed.
For details on the fax driver settings, see “Fax,” in the
e-Manual.
– The number of recipients to which you can
send simultaneously depends on the
conditions of cover sheet attachment. For more
information, click [Help] in the bottom
righthand corner of the fax driver window to
view the online help.
– You can select a recipient from the address
book by clicking [Address Book]. (See “Fax,” in
the e-Manual.)
– For Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista, you
can use or edit the address book only if you are
permitted access to the folder where the
address book file is saved (by default, Power
Users and higher have access to the folder). If
you are not permitted access to the folder, log
on as a user who has access to the folder, or
click [Specify a Folder] in the [Edit Address Book]
sheet, and save the address book file in a folder,
such as the [My Documents] folder, where you
have write permission. (See “Fax,” in the eManual.)
Sending documents from a computer and scanning documents
over the network cannot be processed at the same time. If this
happens, these documents are handled differently depending
on the following:
– If you send PC documents when the machine is scanning
documents, the machine scans documents first, then starts
sending the PC documents when scanning is complete.
– If you scan documents when the machine is sending PC
documents, scanning is canceled. Wait for the PC documents
to be sent out, then perform the scanning operation again.
Fax
1
2
Open the document you want to fax from
the application.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
The procedure for displaying the [Print] dialog box
may differ depending on the application you are
using.
Specify recipient name and fax number in
the [Sending Settings] sheet, click [Add to
Recipient List].
7
If you want to attach a cover sheet, select
[Cover Sheet] sheet, specify a format for
the cover sheet.
See “Fax,” in the e-Manual for cover sheet
attachment.
3
Select your fax from [Name], then click
[Properties].
– The fax name displayed in the fax driver screen
is changed by settings in the [Printers] folder (or
[Printers and Faxes]). (See “Fax,” in the e-Manual.)
– The procedure for displaying the fax driver
screen may differ depending on the
applications you are using.
4
5
5-16
Configure the required settings in the fax
driver screen, then click [OK].
Click [OK].
8
Click [OK].
Canceling Sending Fax Documents
Canceling Sending Fax Documents
Follow this procedure to cancel a transmission in progress.
You can also cancel a transmission from the Status Monitor screen. (See “Checking/Deleting Fax Transmission Documents,” on p. 544.)
1
2
Press
[Stop/Reset] during transmission.
When the <CANCEL DURING TX/RX?>
message appears, press [
] to select
<YES>.
CANCEL
< YES
DURING
TX/RX?
NO >
Fax
– For sending jobs, remove any unscanned
documents from the ADF.
– If you are in the copy or scan standby mode
and want to cancel a fax job, press
[FAX]
to return to the fax mode first.
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Specifying Destinations
Specifying Destinations
This section describes how to specify a fax destination. You can select a destination stored
in a one-touch key or coded dial codes, or specify a new destination.
Specifying a New Fax Number
You can specify a new fax number using
[numeric keys] and [Tone].
1
–
,
4
=031XXXXXX
Place documents.
If you enter a wrong number when specifying a
[Stop/Reset].
fax number, press
Fax
Press
[FAX].
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
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–
Ex.
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2
3
Enter the fax number with
[numeric keys].
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
If <CONFIRM FAX NO.> in <ACCESS TO DEST.> in
<SYSTEM SETTINGS> is set to <ON> and you
specify a fax number using – , [numeric
keys] and [Tone], you need to enter the fax
number again for comfirmation, then press [OK].
Specifying Destinations
Using the One-Touch Keys
You can specify up to eight destinations using onetouch Keys.
To use this feature, you need to first register destinations in onetouch Keys. (See “Registering One-Touch Keys,” on p. 3-3.)
1
Place documents.
5
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
Using Coded Dial Codes
You can specify up to 100 destinations using coded
dial codes.
To use this feature, you need to first register destinations in
coded dial code. (See “Registering Coded Dial Codes,” on p. 3-6.)
Place documents.
2
3
Press
Fax
1
2
3
Press
[FAX].
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
4
Press the desired one-touch key (01 to
08).
Ex.
=031XXXXXX
[01]canon
If you pressed a wrong key, press
Reset], then try again from step 3.
[FAX].
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
[Stop/
4
Press
[Coded Dial] .
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Specifying Destinations
5
Enter the desired two-digit code (00 to
99) with – [numeric keys].
3
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
Ex.
=031XXXXXX
[02]sales
If you entered a wrong code, press
Reset], then try again from step 3.
6
Press
[Stop/
4
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
Fax
Group Dialing enables you to specify a group of
registered destinations in one-touch keys. This is
useful if you want to send the same document to
several destinations. You can register up to 50
destinations in one group.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in a group
address beforehand. (See “Registering Group Addresses,” on p. 39.)
Place your documents.
=031XXXXXX
[02]sales
If you pressed a wrong key, press
Reset], then try again from step 3.
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Press
[FAX].
Press
[Stop/
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
Using the Address Book Key
[Address Book] search enables you to search for a
recipient registered in the machine. This is useful
when you forget which one-touch key or coded dial
code the recipient you want is registered under.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in Address
Book beforehand. (See “Registering Destinations in the Address
Book,” on p. 3-1.)
1
2
Press the one-touch key under which the
desired group dialing is registered.
Ex.
[Start].
Using the Group Addresses
1
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
Place documents.
Specifying Destinations
2
3
Press
[FAX].
6
NAME
DDD
For details, see “Adjusting Density,” on p. 5-23,
and “Selecting Image Quality,” on p. 5-24.
4
NAME
– [
– [
7
SEARCH
SEARCH
[A]
]: Displays recipients in alphabetical order.
]: Displays recipients in reverse order.
When the desired recipient is displayed,
press [OK].
Ex.
– <NAME SEARCH>: Searches a destination by
name.
– <ADD/TEL SEARCH>: Searches a destination
by fax number.
Enter the first letter of the recipient’s
name or the first part of the fax number
with – and [numeric keys].
– For example, if you want to search for a name
that starts with the letter “C”, press (ABC).
Entries starting with the letter you entered are
displayed if any entries are registered.
– When you select <NAME SEARCH> in step 4,
you can switch the input mode by pressing
[Tone].
[:A]: Letter mode
[:1]: Number mode
=031XXXXXX
[01]DDD
8
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
Fax
If no recipient is registered in the Address Book,
<NOT REGISTERED> is displayed.
5
] to search for the
Ex.
Adjust any necessary scan settings for
your documents.
Press
[Address Book] repeatedly
to select <NAME SEARCH> or <ADD/TEL
SEARCH>, then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
recipient.
Sending Documents to More Than
One Location (Broadcasting)
Broadcasting enables you to send the same
document to multiple recipients.
– Up to 124 destinations can be specified at the same time. (Out
of the 124 destinations, 16 numbers can be specified with
– , [numeric keys] and [Tone].). If you specify a
group, which is made up of several destinations, each
destination is counted as a separate address.
– If you frequently send documents to multiple destinations, it
is recommended that you store those destinations as a group.
Ex.
NAME SEARCH
canon
[A]
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Specifying Destinations
1
Place documents.
5
Repeat step 4 to enter all required
recipients.
To check all the specified destinations, press [
or [
] to scroll the display.
6
2
3
Press
Press [
] or [
] to select
<BROADCAST>, then press [OK].
Fax
Specify the destination.
NO.001=
Use – , [numeric keys] and [Tone],
one-touch keys, coded dial codes, or
[Address Book] to specify destinations.
– You can enter up to 16 different fax numbers
using – , [numeric keys] and [Tone].
– Make sure to press [OK] after entering the
recipient’s number if you use – [numeric
keys].
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[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [ ] or [ ] to select the document
size, then press [Start] for each document.
When scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
[Menu].
MENU
3
BROADCAST
4
Press
]
If <CONFIRM FAX NO.> in <ACCESS TO DEST.> in
<SYSTEM SETTINGS> is set to <ON> and you
specify a fax number using – , [numeric
keys] and [Tone], you need to enter the fax
number again for comfirmation, then press [OK].
Adjusting Density
Adjusting Density
You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document you send.
1
5
Place documents.
Specify the destination and send your
documents.
For details, see “Specifying Destinations,” on p. 518.
Fax
2
3
4
Press
[FAX].
Press
[Density].
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
DENSITY
-LT
– [
– [
] to adjust the density,
DK+
]: to make light documents darker.
]: to make documents lighter.
This setting returns to the default after all
documents are scanned. If you want to keep the
setting, see “Changing Standard Mode,” on p. 5-28.
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Selecting Image Quality
Selecting Image Quality
You can adjust the image quality of the document you send. The higher image quality you
set, the better the output will be, but the longer the transmission will take.
The default setting is <STANDARD>.
1
Place documents.
This setting returns to the default after all
documents are scanned. If you want to keep the
setting, see “Changing Standard Mode,” on p. 5-28.
4
Specify the destination and send your
documents.
For details, see “Specifying Destinations,” on p. 518.
Fax
2
3
Press
[FAX].
Press
[Image Quality] repeatedly
to select the image quality, then press
[OK].
IMAGE
QUALITY
FINE
– <STANDARD>: for most text-only documents
(200 × 100 dpi)
– <FINE>: for fine-print documents (the
resolution is twice that of <STANDARD>) (200
× 200 dpi)
– <PHOTO>: for documents that contain
photographs (the resolution is twice that of
<STANDARD>) (200 × 200 dpi)
– <SUPER FINE>: for documents that contain
fine print and images (the resolution is four
times that of <STANDARD>) (200 × 400 dpi)
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Redialing When the Line Is Busy
Redialing When the Line Is Busy
If the recipient’s line is busy or if there is no answer, you can redial the same fax number
manually or set the machine to redial automatically.
Redialing Manually
1
Place documents.
Redialing Automatically
Auto Redial enables the machine to automatically
redial the recipient’s fax number if the recipient
cannot be reached due to a busy line, or if a sending
error occurs. Auto Redial can be turned <ON> or
<OFF>. If you set <AUTO REDIAL> to <ON>, you can
set how many times the machine redials the
number, and the redial interval.
2
3
Press
[FAX].
Press
[Redial/Pause].
When <RESTRICT REDIAL> is set to <ON> in the
<ACCESS TO DEST.> of the <SYSTEM SETTINGS>
menu, redialing is not available.
4
Press
[Start].
When you place the documents on the platen
glass, press [Start] for each document. When
scanning is complete, press [OK] to start
sending.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
Fax
The default settings are as follows:
– <AUTO REDIAL>: ON
– <REDIAL TIMES>: 2TIMES
– <REDIAL INTERVAL>: 2MIN.
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <TX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
3
TX SETTINGS
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Redialing When the Line Is Busy
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <AUTO
REDIAL>, then press [OK].
TX
1
5
9
SETTINGS
AUTO REDIAL
Ex.
REDIAL
ON
– <ON>: Redials automatically when a
transmission fails. If you select <ON>, go to
the next step.
– <OFF>: Does not redial automatically when a
transmission fails. If you select <OFF>, go to
step 10.
6
Press [
] or [
] to select <REDIAL
TIMES>, then press [OK].
Fax
REDIAL
7
TIMES
2TIMES
Use [
] or [
] or – [numeric
keys] to enter the number of redials (1 to
10 times) the machine will make, then
press [OK].
Ex.
REDIAL
TIMES
1TIMES
Regardless of the number you entered, the
machine makes only one redialing attempt if it
does not detect a busy signal.
8
Press [
] or [
] to select <REDIAL
INTERVAL>, then press [OK].
REDIAL
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REDIAL
Press [
] or [
] to select <ON> or
<OFF>, then press [OK].
AUTO
Use [
] or [
] or – [numeric
keys] to enter the time (2 to 99 minutes,
in one-minute increments) between
redials, then press [OK].
INTERVAL
2MIN.
10
INTERVAL
35MIN.
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Checking the Dial Line before Sending
Checking the Dial Line before Sending
The following redirection problem may happen with certain kinds of fax machines on the
market made by companies other than Canon. The DIALING LINE CHCK mode prevents this
rare occurrence from happening.
If you are sending a fax document from your machine at the same time another fax machine
(made by a company other than Canon) is trying to send you a fax, your fax document may
end up being redirected to that fax machine, instead of the original destination you had
intended.
Setting <DIALING LINE CHCK> to <ON> enables you to avoid such sending problems.
The default setting is <OFF>.
The DIALING LINE CHCK mode is enabled only after you disconnect the power cord, then connect the cord again.
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SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <ON> or
<OFF>, then press [OK].
DIALING
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
5
[Menu].
Fax
1
2
Press
LINE
CHCK
ON
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press [
] or [
] to select <TX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
3
TX SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <DIALING
LINE CHCK>, then press [OK].
TX
2
SETTINGS
DIALING LINE
CHCK
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Changing Standard Mode
Changing Standard Mode
This mode enables you to specify the standard scan settings for density and image quality.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
Fax
FAX SETTINGS
2
USER SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <STANDARD
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
USER SETTINGS
4
STANDARD SETTINGS
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
setting item, then press [OK].
STANDARD SETTINGS
1
DENSITY
You can specify the following settings:
– <DENSITY>: Adjusts the density of
documents. (See “Adjusting Density,” on p. 523.)
– <IMAGE QUALITY>: Adjusts the image quality
of documents. (See “Selecting Image Quality,”
on p. 5-24.)
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5-28
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Send Start Speed
Send Start Speed
This function enables you to change the send start speeds, which is useful when there is
difficulty initiating the sending of a document.
The default setting is <33600bps>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
6
Press [
] or [
] to select <SYSTEM
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
11 SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select
<COMMUNICATIONS>, then press [OK].
Fax
If the System Password has been set, enter the
System Password using – [numeric keys],
then press [OK].
3
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
4
COMMUNICATIONS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <TX START
SPEED>, then press [OK].
COMMUNICATIONS
1
TX START SPEED
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
start speed, then press [OK].
TX
START
SPEED
33600bps
If your document transmission is slow in
starting, this may mean that the telephone lines
in your area are in poor condition. Select a
slower speed. You can select <33600bps>,
<14400bps>, <9600bps>, <7200bps>,
<4800bps>, or <2400bps>.
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Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper
Printing Received Documents on Both Sides
of Paper
You can print received documents on both sides of the paper you select. This enables you to
save paper.
The default setting is <OFF>.
You can print the received documents on both sides of the paper only when <PAPER SIZE> is set to <LTR> or <A4>. The received
documents are printed on one side of the paper when <PAPER SIZE> is not set to <LTR> or <A4>. (See “Setting Paper Size and
Type,” on p. 2-14.)
Fax
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <PRINTER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
5
PRINTER SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <2-SIDED
PRINT>, then press [OK].
PRINTER SETTINGS
2
2-SIDED PRINT
5
Press [
] or [
] to select <OFF> or
<ON>, then press [OK].
2-SIDED
6
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PRINT
OFF
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Reducing a Received Document
Reducing a Received Document
You can set the machine to automatically reduce received documents so that the whole
document is printed within the printable area of the paper.
The default setting is <ON>.
1
2
Press
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <PRINTER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
Fax
3
6
[Menu].
FAX SETTINGS
5
PRINTER SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
REDUCTION>, then press [OK].
PRINTER SETTINGS
1
RX REDUCTION
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
setting, then press [OK].
RX
REDUCTION
ON
– <ON>: Reduces the documents automatically
depending on the length of the documents.
– <OFF>: Prints documents on a paper without
reducing the size.
– <CUT>: Cuts off the end of a document that
does not fit on one page up to 24 mm. When
the height of the area to be cut off is more
than 24 mm, the document will be printed on
the following page without being cut off.
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Printing Footer Information on a Received Document
Printing Footer Information on a Received
Document
You can set whether to insert the machine’s fax number and the sender information on
received faxes.
The default setting is <OFF>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
Fax
3
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
4
RX SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
TERMINAL ID>, then press [OK].
RX
4
5
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ID
Press [
] or [
] to select <OFF> or
<ON>, then press [OK].
RX
6
SETTINGS
RX TERMINAL
TERMINAL
ID
OFF
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Runs Out
Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner
Runs Out
This function enables you to continue printing received fax documents or reports when the
toner has run out.
The default setting is <OFF>.
When <CONT. PRINTING> is set to <ON>, the printed documents may be light or blurred because of lack of toner. The data is
erased when the documents are printed out, so you cannot print the same documents again.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
3
Fax
MENU
5
FAX
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <PRINTER
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
5
PRINTER SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <CONT.
PRINTING>, then press [OK].
PRINTER SETTINGS
3
CONT. PRINTING
5
Press [
] or [
] to select <OFF> or
<ON>, then press [OK].
CONT.
6
PRINTING
OFF
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
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Setting the Incoming Ring
Setting the Incoming Ring
This function enables you to activate the ring alert of the external telephone if <RX MODE>
is set to <FaxOnly>. Selecting <ON> enables you to distinguish between the fax reception
and answer voice calls when you pick up the external telephone while it is ringing.
The default setting is <OFF>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
Fax
3
6
RING
7
SETTINGS
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
4
RX SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <INCOMING
RING>, then press [OK].
RX
1
5
Press [
<ON>.
SETTINGS
INCOMING
] or [
INCOMING
RING
] to select <OFF> or
RING
ON
– <OFF>: Incoming tone does not ring. If you
select <OFF>, press [OK], then go to step 7.
– <ON>: Incoming tone rings. If you select
<ON>, press [OK], then go to the next step.
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Press [
] or [
] to set the number of
ring times, then press [OK].
COUNT
2TIMES
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote RX)
Receiving Documents Manually with an
External Telephone (Remote RX)
You can connect one external telephone to the machine.
When the telephone rings with the machine in the MANUAL receive mode, you can use the
external telephone to start receiving the document without walking over to the machine.
The default settings are as follows:
– <REMOTE RX>: ON
– <REMOTE RX ID>: 25
Activating the Remote Reception
Follow this procedure to turn on the remote
reception.
REMOTE
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
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SETTINGS
RX
ON
Use – [numeric keys] to enter a
remote reception ID (a combination of
two characters using 0 to 9), then press
[OK].
REMOTE
RX
ID
25
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
4
RX SETTINGS
4
] to select <ON>, then
[Menu].
MENU
5
FAX
3
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
Fax
1
2
Press
5
Press [
] or [
] to select <REMOTE
RX>, then press [OK].
RX
2
The default ID is 25. If you do not want to change
the ID, press [OK] without entering any numbers.
7
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
SETTINGS
REMOTE RX
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Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote RX)
Receiving Documents with the
Remote Reception
Follow this procedure to receive fax documents
using the remote reception.
Before using the remote reception to receive fax documents,
make sure the followings:
– An external telephone is connected properly.
– Your telephone is set to tone dialing.
1
2
When you receive a call, pick up the
external telephone.
When you hear a beep, use –
[numeric keys] to enter the two-digit
remote reception ID to start reception.
If you hear someone on the line, you can start
talking to the other party.
Fax
3
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When the reception is complete, hang up
the telephone.
Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing
Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing
You can select whether the machine stores all received pages in the memory before printing
them out or prints each page as it is received.
The default setting is <MEMORY RX>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
Fax
3
SETTINGS
FAX SETTINGS
4
RX SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
RX
3
5
] to select <RX PRINT>,
SETTINGS
RX PRINT
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
printing method, then press [OK].
RX
PRINT
MEMORY
RX
– <MEMORY RX>: Prints after all the pages of
the document are received.
– <PRINT RX>: Prints each page as it is received.
6
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
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Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified Senders
Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the
Unidentified Senders
This function enables you to reject incoming faxes from senders who do not transmit their
fax numbers (telephone numbers) to your machine. This can be useful when you do not
want to receive direct mail (DM).
The default setting is <OFF>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
6
Press [
] or [
] to select <FAX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
5
FAX
SETTINGS
Fax
3
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
FAX SETTINGS
4
RX SETTINGS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX
RESTRICTION>, then press [OK].
RX
5
5
SETTINGS
RX RESTRICTION
Press [
] or [
] to select <OFF> or
<ON>, then press [OK].
RX
RESTRICTION
OFF
– <OFF>: Does not reject to receive faxes from
unknown senders.
– <ON>: Rejects to receive faxes from unknown
senders.
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Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Receive Start Speed
Receive Start Speed
This function enables you to change the receive start speeds, which is useful when there is
difficulty initiating the receiving of a document.
The default setting is <33600bps>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
6
Press [
] or [
] to select <SYSTEM
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
11 SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Fax
If the System Password has been set, enter the
System Password using – [numeric keys],
then press [OK].
3
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press [
] or [
] to select
<COMMUNICATIONS>, then press [OK].
SYSTEM SETTINGS
4
COMMUNICATIONS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <RX START
SPEED>, then press [OK].
COMMUNICATIONS
2
RX START SPEED
5
Press [
] or [
] to select the desired
receive speed, then press [OK].
RX
START
SPEED
33600bps
If your document reception is slow in starting,
this may mean that the telephone lines in your
area are in poor condition. Select a slower
speed. You can select <33600bps>,
<14400bps>, <9600bps>, <7200bps>,
<4800bps>, or <2400bps>.
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Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception)
Receiving Documents in Memory without
Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception)
Normally a document prints as soon as you receive it. However, there may be occasions
when you want the machine to store all documents in memory until you are ready to print
them. Locking the machine to receive and store all documents in memory is called memory
lock reception.
The default setting is <OFF>.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
5
MEMORY
Press [
] or [
] to select <SYSTEM
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
Fax
MENU
11 SYSTEM
Press [
] or [
] to select
<COMMUNICATIONS>, then press [OK].
SYSTEM SETTINGS
4
COMMUNICATIONS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <MEMORY
LOCK>, then press [OK].
COMMUNICATIONS
3
MEMORY LOCK
If the memory lock password has been set, enter
the password using – [numeric keys], then
press [OK].
5-40
] to select <ON>, then
LOCK
ON
SETTINGS
When you select <OFF>, the machine starts to
print the received documents in memory.
If the System Password has been set, enter the
System Password using – [numeric keys],
then press [OK].
3
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
6
Press [
] or [
] to select
<PASSWORD>, then press [OK].
MEMORY LOCK
1
PASSWORD
Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception)
7
If you want to set or change a password
for the Memory Lock mode, use –
[numeric keys] to enter the memory
reception password (up to seven digits),
then press [OK].
12
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Ex.
PASSWORD
12
– If you set a password, it will be necessary to
enter the password whenever you want to
change the Memory Lock mode settings, or
cancel the Memory Lock mode.
– If you do not want to set the Memory Lock
with a password, press [OK] without entering
any numbers.
8
Press [
] or [
] to select <MEMORY
RX TIME>, then press [OK].
MEMORY LOCK
2
MEMORY RX
Fax
TIME
If you do not need to set the timer for memory
lock, skip to step 12.
9
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
MEMORY
10
] to select <ON>, then
RX
TIME
ON
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
start time (in 24-hour format), then press
[OK].
Ex.
MEM.
11
RX
START
TIME
20:00
Use – [numeric keys] to enter the
end time (in 24-hour format), then press
[OK].
Ex.
MEM.
RX
END
TIME
08:00
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Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory Lock Reception Mode
Printing All Documents Stored in the
Memory Lock Reception Mode
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <SYSTEM
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
11 SYSTEM
SETTINGS
If the System Password has been set, enter the
System Password using – [numeric keys],
then press [OK].
Fax
3
Press [
] or [
] to select
<COMMUNICATIONS>, then press [OK].
SYSTEM SETTINGS
4
COMMUNICATIONS
4
Press [
] or [
] to select <MEMORY
LOCK>, then press [OK].
COMMUNICATIONS
3
MEMORY LOCK
If the memory lock password has been set, enter
the password using – [numeric keys], then
press [OK].
5
Press [
] or [
press [OK].
MEMORY
] to select <OFF>, then
LOCK
OFF
The received documents are printed.
6
5-42
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in
Memory
You can redirect the fax documents received in memory to the specified destination.
1
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <TX/RX STATUS>,
then press [OK].
TX/RX
2
STATUS
Press [
] or [
] to select the job you
want to transfer, then press [OK].
3
Fax
001 RX
123XXXXXX
Press [
] or [
] to select
<FORWARD>, then press [OK].
001
FORWARD
4
Press the desired one-touch key or
[Coded Dial] followed by the twodigit code to select the destination, then
press [Start].
To be able to select a forwarding destination, it is
necessary to register destinations in the Address
Book beforehand. (See “Registering Destinations
in the Address Book,” on p. 3-1.)
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Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory
Checking/Changing the Status of Fax
Documents in Memory
The Status Monitor screen enables you to view and change the status of fax documents in
memory.
Checking/Deleting Fax
Transmission Documents
3
003 MEMORY
TECO
You can check the detailed information of fax
documents currently being sent or waiting to be
sent, then delete unwanted documents as
necessary.
Fax
1
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <TX/RX STATUS> or
<JOB CANCEL>, then press [OK].
TX/RX
2
Press [
job list.
] or [
4
] or [
]
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
] to select <CANCEL>,
003
CANCEL
] to scroll trough the
001 MEMORY
TECOIMAGE
TX
5
If you want to delete a job, go to the next step.
Otherwise, press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Press [
] to select <YES>.
CANCEL?
< YES
NO
>
If you do not want to cancel the job, press [
to select <NO>.
6
5-44
TX
For <BROADCAST>, all recipients entered for a
broadcasting job will be canceled.
STATUS
If you select <JOB CANCEL>, press [
to select <TX/RX>, then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to select the job you
want to delete, then press [OK].
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
]
Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory
Checking/Deleting Fax Reception
Documents
5
You can delete the received documents in memory.
You can also forward received documents in
memory to a desired destination.
1
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <TX/RX STATUS>,
then press [OK].
TX/RX
STATUS
Press [
] to select <YES>.
CANCEL?
< YES
NO
>
If you do not want to cancel the job, press [
to select <NO>.
6
]
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
Checking the Fax Log
You can view the results of fax transactions that list
all faxes sent or received.
2
Press [
job list.
] or [
] to scroll trough the
001 MEMORY
031XXXXXXX
TX
Press [
] or [
] to select the job you
want to delete, then press [OK].
TX/RX
2
4
Press [
] or [
] to view the required
transmission/reception result.
60 (07/31
123XXXXXX
RX
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
LOG
Ex.
Ex.
001
123
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor]
repeatedly to select <TX/RX LOG>, then
press [OK].
Fax
If you want to delete a job, go to the next step.
Otherwise, press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
3
1
] to select <CANCEL>,
3
14:04)
TX
-OK
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
001
CANCEL
You can forward the selected job to another
destination by selecting <FORWARD>. For
information on forwarding received documents,
see “Forwarding Received Fax Documents in
Memory,” on p. 5-43.
5-45
Fax
5-46
Printing
6
This chapter describes the basic print features.
Overview of the Print Functions .................................6-2
Introduction to Using Print Functions .......................6-4
Printing Documents from a Computer.......................6-5
Scaling Documents ......................................................6-7
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet .......................6-9
2-Sided Printing .........................................................6-10
Checking and Canceling Print Jobs ..........................6-11
Printing
Overview of the Print Functions
Overview of the Print Functions
2-sided printouts, collated printouts and enlarged/reduced printouts are available.
(p. 6-7)
Printing
(p. 6-10)
6-2
Overview of the Print Functions
(p. 6-9)
Printing
6-3
Introduction to Using Print Functions
Introduction to Using Print Functions
Make sure that the printer driver is installed.
For installing the driver to send a print job to the machine over a network, see “Network
Connection (MF4370dn Only)” in the Starter Guide, or “Network Connection (MF4370dn
Only)” in the e-Manual.
For installing the driver to send a print job directly from your computer to the machine, see
“USB Connection” in the Starter Guide, or “USB Connection” in the e-Manual.
● Printer Driver
Using the printer driver, the various data processing tasks conventionally executed within the printer are
appropriately divided between the host computer and the printer to greatly reduce the overall printing time.
The workload can be delegated to match the output data, thus realizing a significant increase in speed
through optimization.
You can update your printer driver software and acquire information about Canon products on the Canon
home page (http://www.usa.canon.com). Driver software is updated every few months.
Printing
● XPS
The Canon XPS Printer Driver enables you to print documents in Windows Vista from applications that use the
XPS format, utilizing the features and characteristics of the XPS format to the maximum extent.
“When using the Canon XPS Printer Driver, make the setting from the machine as follows:
[Menu] → <SYSTEM SETTINGS> → <PDL SELECT(PnP)> → <UFRII(XPS)>
How to use the Canon XPS Printer Driver, see the Readme file and Help.”
– The Canon XPS Printer Driver supports Windows Vista only. If you select <UFRII(XPS)> with other operating systems, the machine
cannot detect your computer.
– You cannot install the Canon XPS Printer Driver with the installer in the TCP/IP environment. How to install the Canon XPS Printer
Driver, see the Readme file.
– When using the Canon XPS Printer Driver, it is recommended to use Windows Vista Service Pack 1 for increasing the printing speed.
The available printer drivers may vary, depending on the machine and the version of Windows that you are using.
6-4
Printing Documents from a Computer
Printing Documents from a Computer
This section is the explanation of the basic procedure for printing from a computer (printer
driver). Make sure that the printer driver is installed on your computer. To check if the driver
is installed, see “Set Up Computers and Software” in the Starter Guide, or “Set Up
Computers and Software” in the e-Manual. For details on the printer driver settings, see
Online Help.
– Printing methods may differ depending on the applications you are using. For details, see the instruction manuals
provided with the application software.
– The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.
1
2
Open the document you want to print
from the application.
3
Select your printer from [Select Printer],
then click [Page Setup].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Printing
The printer driver screen is displayed.
4
Configure the required settings in the
printer driver screen.
The [Print] dialog box is displayed.
6-5
5
Click [Print].
Printing begins.
If you want to cancel printing, see “Checking and
Canceling Print Jobs,” on p. 6-11.
Printing
6-6
Scaling Documents
Scaling Documents
You can enlarge or reduce documents to match the output paper size, such as reducing a
document created in LTR size to print on STMT, or enlarging a document created in STMT
size to print on LTR.
There are two methods for scaling a document: select the output size of the document to
scale it automatically, or specify the scaling value manually.
– Depending on the selected page size and printer model you are using, you may not be able to magnify the document.
– Depending on the printer model you are using, you may not be able to magnify the document to the optimum ratio for
the selected page size.
– If you are using an application that enables you to enlarge or reduce the document, configure the settings in the
application.
– The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.
1
Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
2
Select the page size of the document you
created in the application from [Page
Size].
Printing
See “Printing Documents from a Computer” on
p. 6-5 on how to display the printer driver
screen.
6-7
Scaling Documents
3
Select the output size of the document
from [Output Size].
The document is scaled automatically according
to the settings made in [Page Size] and [Output
Size].
4
If you want to increase or decrease the
magnification manually, select [Manual
Scaling] → specify the scaling ratio for
[Scaling].
Printing
If the ratio is less than 25% or more than 200%,
the document is printed without scaling on the
paper specified in [Output Size].
5
6-8
On the [Print] dialog box, click [Print] or
[OK].
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
This mode enables you to reduce multiple pages to fit onto one sheet of paper. You can
make well-organized documents by editing multiple materials onto one sheet. And you can
cut down print costs by saving papers, and it is also useful for saving space.
– Although there may be a function for printing multiple copies depending on the application you are using, do not use it
together with this function. If you do, printing may not be executed correctly.
– You cannot enlarge and reduce manually when using this function.
– The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.
1
Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
Select the page order from [Page Order].
4
On the [Print] dialog box, click [Print] or
[OK].
Printing
3
See “Printing Documents from a Computer” on
p. 6-5 on how to display the printer driver
screen.
2
Select the page layout from [Page
Layout].
– Other than [2 Pages per Sheet], you can also
select [4 Pages per Sheet], [6 Pages per Sheet],
[8 Pages per Sheet], [9 Pages per Sheet], or [16
Pages per Sheet]. If you select [Poster [2 x 2]],
[Poster [3 x 3]], or [Poster [4 x 4]], you can print
out a poster that consists of multiple sheets of
paper.
– When reducing multiple pages to fit on a sheet,
you can also select the page order from the
[Page Order] pull-down menu.
6-9
2-Sided Printing
2-Sided Printing
2-sided printing enables you to make 2-sided printouts. You can cut down print costs by half
when copying in large quantities.
The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.
1
2
Open the document you want to print
from the application.
4
Select [2-sided Printing] from [Print Style].
5
Select binding edge for the paper
printout from [Binding Location].
6
On the [Print] dialog box, click [Print] or
[OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Printing
3
6-10
Select your printer from [Select Printer],
then click [Finishing] to open the dialog
box.
Checking and Canceling Print Jobs
Checking and Canceling Print Jobs
You can check the status of print jobs and cancel a job before the printing starts.
Make sure that the Processing/Data indicator is on or blinking. When the Processing/Data indicator is off, there are no jobs in the
memory of the print job status.
1
2
Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor],
then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to select <PRINT
STATUS>, then press [OK].
PRINT
3
STATUS
Printing
Press [
] or [
] to scroll through the
job list, and check the status of the print
jobs.
Ex.
0001
File
18:30
- TXT
If you want to cancel the job, go to step 4.
Otherwise, go to step 7.
4
Press [
] or [
] to select the job you
want to cancel, then press [OK].
Ex.
001 13:00
FILE1.TXT
5
Press [
] to select <YES>.
If you do not want to cancel the job, press [
to select <NO>.
CANCEL
< YES
6
PRINTING
NO
]
>
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
6-11
Printing
6-12
Scanning
7
This chapter describes how to use scanner functions.
Overview of Scanner Functions..................................7-2
Introduction to Using Scanner Functions..................7-3
For Scanning Documents to a Computer
Connected with USB Cable ..............................................7-3
For Scanning Documents from a Networked
Computer (MF4370dn Only)............................................7-3
Basic Scanning Operations .........................................7-4
Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected
with USB Cable .....................................................................7-4
Scanning Documents from a Networked
Computer (MF4370dn Only)............................................7-4
Canceling Scan Jobs to a Computer Connected
with USB Cable .....................................................................7-5
Scanning
Overview of Scanner Functions
Overview of Scanner Functions
You can retrieve documents scanned with this machine to your computer connected with a
USB cable. You can also scan documents over the network.
* MF4350d is not supported for scanning documents over the network.
Scanning
7-2
Introduction to Using Scanner Functions
Introduction to Using Scanner Functions
This section describes the things that you must do before using scanner functions.
Make sure to set the following items first:
For Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Cable
● USB scanner driver
Install the USB scanner driver for scanning via USB. (See “Set Up Computers and Software,” in the Starter Guide
or “Set Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual.)
For Scanning Documents from a Networked Computer (MF4370dn Only)
● Network settings
Set the network settings to enable your machine to communicate over the network. (See “Network,” in the eManual.)
● Color Network ScanGear
Install the Color Network ScanGear scanner driver for scanning over the network. (See “Set Up Computers and
Software,” in the Starter Guide or “Set Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual.)
Scanning
7-3
Basic Scanning Operations
Basic Scanning Operations
This section describes the basic procedures for scanning documents.
Scanning Documents to a
Computer Connected with USB
Cable
This section describes the basic procedure for using
the operation panel of the machine to scan via USB.
Scanned documents are transmitted via USB to your
computer.
– Your machine must be connected via USB and the USB
scanner driver must be loaded to scan.
– For better scanning quality, we recommend that you place
documents on the platen glass. If you use the ADF, the
scanned image might not be clear.
Scanning
1
2
Place documents.
7-4
Press
[Start].
– If you are asked to select a program to launch,
select “MF Toolbox Ver4.9.” The scanned
document will be processed according to
your settings.
– When scanning is complete, a folder with the
scanning date will be created in the [My
Pictures] folder in the [My Documents] folder,
and your document will be saved in this
folder. (In Vista, the folder will be created in
the [Pictures] folder.)
Scanning Documents from a
Networked Computer (MF4370dn
Only)
This section describes the basic procedure for using
Color Network ScanGear to scan over the network.
Scanned documents are transmitted over the
network to your computer.
Press
[SCAN] repeatedly to select
<USB SCANNING>.
For MF4350d, just press
<SCANNING MODE>.
3
[SCAN] to display
– If you are using Color Network ScanGear for the first time after
installing it, the network scanner to be used must be selected
with the ScanGear Tool. For details, see “Scan,” in the e-Manual.
– For better scanning quality, we recommend that you place
documents on the platen glass. If you use the ADF, the
scanned image might not be clear.
– Printing fax documents and scanning documents over the
network cannot be processed at the same time. If this
happens, these documents are handled differently depending
on the following:
• If you scan documents when the machine is receiving fax
documents, or the machine receives fax documents when
scanning documents, the machine scans documents first,
then starts printing the fax documents when scanning is
complete.
• If you scan documents when the machine is printing
received fax documents, scanning is canceled. Wait for the
fax documents to be printed out, then perform the
scanning operation again.
Basic Scanning Operations
– Sending documents from a computer and scanning
documents over the network cannot be processed at the
same time. If this happens, these documents are handled
differently depending on the following:
• If you send PC documents when the machine is scanning
documents, the machine scans documents first, then starts
sending the PC documents when scanning is complete.
• If you scan documents when the machine is sending PC
documents, scanning is canceled. Wait for the PC
documents to be sent out, then perform the scanning
operation again.
– Printing documents from a computer and scanning
documents over the network cannot be processed at the
same time. If this happens, these documents are handled
differently depending on the following:
• If you print PC documents when the machine is scanning
documents, an error may occur. In this case, the machine
scans documents first, then starts printing the PC
documents when scanning is complete.
• If you scan documents when the machine is printing PC
documents, scanning is canceled. Wait for the PC
documents to be printed out, then perform the scanning
operation again.
2
3
Press
[SCAN] repeatedly to select
<NETWORK SCANNING>.
Make scan settings on the [Main],
[Options], and [Scanner Info] sheets.
For details about the settings in each sheet, refer
to the Online Help for that sheet.
5
Click [Scan].
Network ScanGear Main Window closes and the
scanned image is transferred to the application.
During scanning, a scanning progress dialog box
is displayed. To interrupt scanning, click [Cancel].
Canceling Scan Jobs to a Computer
Connected with USB Cable
Follow the procedure below to cancel an ongoing
scan job via USB.
1
2
Press
[Stop/Reset].
Click [OK] on the computer screen.
Scanning
1
Place documents.
4
Start Network ScanGear from the
application on your computer.
For details, see “Scan,” in the e-Manual.
7-5
Scanning
7-6
Network (MF4370dn
Only)
8
This chapter describes what the network is, what you can do with the network, and what you have to do to use the
machine with the network.
Flowchart for Setting Up Network .............................8-2
What is the Network? ..................................................8-3
Overview of Network Functions .................................8-4
Network (MF4370dn Only)
Flowchart for Setting Up Network
Flowchart for Setting Up Network
Follow the procedures in the flowchart below to set up each network function.
Network (MF4370dn Only)
8-2
What is the Network?
What is the Network?
In the computer field, a network is a system of interconnected computers that communicate
with each other. “Internet” and “LAN” are the two most common words used to refer to
networks. The Internet is the vast network to which computers all over the world are
connected. Computers connected to the Internet anywhere in the world can exchange
information with one another. On the other hand, LAN is the abbreviation for “Local Area
Network” and means a network within a limited area (in an office, for example).
Network (MF4370dn Only)
8-3
Overview of Network Functions
Overview of Network Functions
This section describes actions you can perform using the network function.
Network (MF4370dn Only)
8-4
Settings from a
PC (MF4370dn Only)
9
This chapter describes how to use Remote UI functions.
Overview of Remote UI ...............................................9-2
Starting the Remote UI................................................9-4
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
Overview of Remote UI
Overview of Remote UI
The Remote UI enables you to check the machine’s status and manage the machine’s
functions from a Computer on the network using a web browser. Using the computer
keyboard, the management process, such as entering addresses to the address book will be
easier.
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
9-2
Overview of Remote UI
By using Remote UI, you can set and confirm following functions.
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
9-3
Starting the Remote UI
Starting the Remote UI
To start the Remote UI, follow the procedure described below.
Before you start the Remote UI, perform the following:
– Select <VIEW IP ADDRESS> in <NETWORK SETTINGS> located in the <SYSTEM SETTINGS>, and verify the IP address of the
machine. If you do not know the IP address, consult with your network administrator. (See “Confirming IPv4 Address
Settings and Checking IPv4 Connection,” or “Confirming IPv6 Address Settings,” in “Network Settings,” in the e-Manual.)
– Set <USE HTTP> to <ON> in <SYSTEM SETTINGS>. (See “Setting the Use of HTTP,” in “Network Settings,” in the e-Manual.)
1
Prepare the Network.
Set up the machine for use in a network, then
connect the machine and the computer to your
network router or a hub.
For details, see “Set Up Network Connection
(MF4370dn Only),” in the Starter Guide, or “Set
Up Network Connection (MF4370dn Only),” in
“Set Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual.
3
Enter the IP address of the machine in
[Address] or [Location], then press [Enter]
on the keyboard.
For details on how to check the IP address, see
“Confirming IPv4 Address Settings and Checking
IPv4 Connection,” or “Confirming IPv6 Address
Settings,” in “Network Settings,” in the e-Manual.
The Remote UI screen appears.
4
Enter the required data.
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
The required data differ depending on the
authentication mode you are using.
■ For default settings:
2
9-4
Start the web browser.
① Select [Administrator Mode] or [End-User
Mode].
Starting the Remote UI
② In case of End-User Mode, enter the User
Name.
■ In case that system manager password is
set:
① Select [Administrator Mode] or [End-User
Mode].
② Enter the System Manager password or user
name.
5
6
Click [OK].
Operate the Machine.
Now you can manage the machine on the web
browser.
For details, see “Settings from a PC,” in the eManual.
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
9-5
Settings from a PC (MF4370dn Only)
9-6
Maintenance
10
This chapter describes how to perform routine cleaning operations, and replace toner cartridge.
Maintenance
Cleaning the Machine ...............................................10-2
Exterior ................................................................................. 10-2
Interior .................................................................................. 10-2
Fuser Roller.......................................................................... 10-5
Scanning Area .................................................................... 10-6
Replacing the Toner Cartridge..................................10-9
When a Message Appears ............................................. 10-9
Redistributing Toner ......................................................10-10
Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a New One ..10-12
Recycling Used Cartridges ......................................10-16
The Clean Earth Campaign..........................................10-16
U.S.A. PROGRAM .............................................................10-17
CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA PROGRAMME .......10-20
Transporting the Machine ......................................10-22
For MF4370dn ..................................................................10-22
For MF4350d.....................................................................10-25
Cleaning the Machine
Cleaning the Machine
Note the following before cleaning your machine:
– Make sure no documents are stored in memory, then turn off the main power switch and
disconnect the power cord.
– Use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the components.
– Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for cleaning; they can stick to
the components or generate static charges.
Never use volatile liquids such as thinners, benzene, acetone, or any other chemical cleaner to clean the machine. These can
damage the machine components.
When you turn off the main power switch, the documents stored in memory will be erased. To check the jobs stored in memory,
see the following:
– Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory on p. 5-44.
– Checking and Canceling Print Jobs on p. 6-11.
Maintenance
Exterior
Interior
Clean the exterior of the machine.
Clean the machine’s print area periodically to
prevent toner powder and paper dust from
accumulating inside.
1
2
3
10-2
Turn off the main power switch and
disconnect the power cord.
Wipe the machine’s exterior with a clean,
soft, lint-free cloth dampened with water
or diluted dishwashing detergent
solution.
Wait for the machine to dry, then
reconnect the power cord and turn on
the main power switch.
1
2
Turn off the main power switch and
disconnect the power cord.
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
Cleaning the Machine
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
4
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
5
Open the toner cover.
6
Remove the toner cartridge.
– Do not touch the rollers and parts which have
labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact” on.
They become very hot during use.
– To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick
cloth.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter (A) on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
Maintenance
3
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
10-3
Cleaning the Machine
7
Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth to
remove any toner or paper debris from
the machine’s interior.
9
Insert the toner cartridge so that the
protrusion (A) on the right side of the
toner cartridge fits into the guide (B)
located on the right side of the machine
and slide it down parallel to the guide.
10
Push the toner cartridge to make sure it is
properly set in the machine.
11
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
– Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it
becomes very hot during use.
– Do not touch the transfer roller (B) as this can
damage the machine.
– If loose toner comes into contact with your skin
or clothing, wash with cold water. Warm water
will set the toner.
8
Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
Maintenance
10-4
Cleaning the Machine
12
Close the toner cover.
Fuser Roller
If black streaks appear with printing, the fuser roller
in the main unit may be dirty. Should this occur,
clean the fuser roller in the following procedure.
The roller should also be cleaned each time the
toner cartridge is replaced. Load a sheet of blank
LTR paper into the multi-purpose tray and start
cleaning.
13
Lower the scanning platform.
– Use standard paper as the cleaning paper.
– Cleaning the roller takes approximately 130 seconds.
– When some jobs are stored in memory, this function is not
available.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <ADJUST./
CLEANING>, then press [OK].
MENU
9
ADJUST./CLEANING
– Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
– If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force
it to close. Open the cover and make sure the
toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
14
Load a sheet of blank LTR paper in the
multi-purpose tray.
■ For MF4370dn
Maintenance
3
Reconnect the power cord and turn on
the main power switch.
10-5
Cleaning the Machine
■ For MF4350d
4
2
Clean the platen glass and the underside
of the ADF with a cloth dampened with
water. Then, wipe the area with a soft, dry
cloth.
Press [
] or [
] to select <FIX. UNIT
CLEANING>, then press [OK].
ADJUST./CLEANING
1
FIX.UNIT CLEANING
Do not dampen the cloth too much, as this may
tear the document or damage the machine.
Cleaning starts.
Throw away the cleaning paper after use.
3
Close the ADF.
Scanning Area
Maintenance
Keep the scanning area clean to avoid dirty copies
or faxes to be sent.
● Platen Glass
Clean the platen glass and the underside of the ADF
by following the procedure below.
1
10-6
Open the ADF.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
Cleaning the Machine
● ADF
If your documents have black streaks or appear
dirty after copying them using the ADF, this may be
caused by pencil lead rubbing off the documents
and onto the roller. Clean the ADF scanning area
and roller.
1
2
4
Close the ADF cover.
Turn off the main power switch and
disconnect the power cord.
Open the ADF cover.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
5
3
Reconnect the power cord and turn on
the main power switch.
Clean the rollers (A) inside the ADF with a
cloth dampened with water. Then wipe
the area with a soft, dry cloth.
Maintenance
Do not dampen the cloth too much, as this may
tear the document or damage the machine.
10-7
Cleaning the Machine
Maintenance
10-8
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
This section describes how to replace or handle the toner cartridges and precautions on
storing them.
When a Message Appears
Toner cartridges are consumable products. If the toner is running low or out during printing, a message
appears in the display.
Message
When it is Displayed
Contents and Remedies
The toner is running low.
– Distribute toner in the toner
cartridge. (See “Redistributing
Toner,” on p. 10-10.)
– It is recommended that you replace
the toner cartridge before printing
a large amount of data.
OUT OF TONER
CHANGE TONER
The toner is running out.
– Distribute toner in the toner
cartridge.
– If the message persists, replace the
toner cartridge. (See “Replacing the
Toner Cartridge with a New One,”
on p. 10-12.)
– It is recommended that you replace
the toner cartridge before printing
a large amount of data.
Maintenance
TONER LOW
PREPARE NEW TONER
10-9
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
Redistributing Toner
3
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
4
Open the toner cover.
5
Remove the toner cartridge.
When the toner is running low, the message
<TONER LOW/PREPARE NEW TONER> appears on
the display, redistribute toner in the toner cartridge.
We recommend that you prepare a new toner
cartridge for future replacement with ease.
Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION!
Hot surface avoid contact” on. They become very hot during
use.
When <CONT. PRINTING> is set to <ON>, the printed
documents may be light or blurred because of lack of toner. The
data is erased when the documents are printed out, so you can
not print the same documents again. (See “FAX SETTINGS,” on
p. 12-6.)
1
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
Maintenance
2
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
Do not touch the rollers and parts which have
labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact” on.
They become very hot during use.
10-10
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
6
Gently rock the toner cartridge several
times to evenly distribute toner inside.
7
Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
8
Push the toner cartridge to make sure it is
properly set in the machine.
10
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
11
Close the toner cover.
Maintenance
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
– Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
9
Insert the toner cartridge so that the
protrusion (A) on the right side of the
toner cartridge fits into the guide (B)
located on the right side of the machine
and slide it down parallel to the guide.
10-11
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
12
Lower the scanning platform.
– When <CONT. PRINTING> is set to <ON>, the printed
documents may be light or blurred because of lack of toner.
The data is erased when the documents are printed out, so
you can not print the same documents again. (See “FAX
SETTINGS,” on p. 12-6.)
– If the toner gauge indicates that the toner is empty, replace
the toner cartridge. (See “Checking the Toner Level,” on p. 111.)
1
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
2
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
– Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
– If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force
it to close. Open the cover and make sure the
toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge with
a New One
Maintenance
When the message <OUT OF TONER /CHANGE
TONER> appears, replace the toner cartridge with a
new one.
When toner empty error occurs while receiving fax,
printing fax is interrupted and the received data will
be stored in the memory. If you set <CONT.
PRINTING> to <ON>, you can keep printing fax
documents or reports without replacing the toner
cartridge. (See “FAX SETTINGS,” on p. 12-6.)
Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION!
Hot surface avoid contact” on. They become very hot during
use.
10-12
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
3
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
4
Open the toner cover.
6
Remove the new toner cartridge from the
protective bag.
Do not open the drum protective shutter (A).
Remove the toner cartridge.
Save the protective bag. You may need it later
when you remove the toner cartridge from the
machine.
7
Maintenance
5
Gently rock the toner cartridge several
times to evenly distribute toner inside.
10-13
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
8
Place the toner cartridge on a flat surface
and pull the seal completely out.
9
Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
Do not open the drum protective shutter on the
toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the
drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
If toner is adhered on the removed seal, be careful
that your hands or clothes do not get dirty from
touching the toner.
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
10
Maintenance
Do not pull the seal out at an angle.
10-14
Insert the toner cartridge so that the
protrusion (A) on the right side of the
toner cartridge fits into the guide (B)
located on the right side of the machine
and slide it down parallel to the guide.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
Push the toner cartridge to make sure it is
properly set in the machine.
12
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
13
Close the toner cover.
14
Lower the scanning platform.
– Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
– If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force
it to close. Open the cover and make sure the
toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
Maintenance
11
10-15
Recycling Used Cartridges
Recycling Used Cartridges
Canon has instituted a worldwide recycling program for cartridges called
“The Clean Earth Campaign”. This program preserves precious natural
resources by utilizing a variety of materials found in the used cartridges
that are of no further use, to remanufacture new cartridges which, at the
same time, keeps the environment cleaner by reducing landfill waste.
Complete details concerning this program are enclosed in each Cartridge
box.
The Clean Earth Campaign
● THE Canon CARTRIDGE RECYCLING PROGRAM
The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program fulfills the first initiative of Canon’s Clean Earth Campaign, which
supports four critical environmental areas:
● Recycling in the Workplace
● Conserving Environmental Resources
● Scientific Research and Education
● Encouraging Outdoors Appreciation
Maintenance
The remaining “Clean Earth” initiatives are supported in the U.S. through sponsorships of the National Park
Foundation, the National Wildlife Federation, and The Nature Conservancy and in Canada through donations
to the World Wildlife Fund Canada and The Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Since its inception, The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program has collected huge amount of cartridges that
otherwise would have been discarded into landfills or similar facilities.
Instead, this rapidly growing program returns used cartridges to the manufacturing process, thus conserving
an array of resources.
Becoming a part of this worthwhile program is easy. When your cartridge is of no further use, simply follow
the instructions detailed for U.S. or Canadian residents.
We appreciate your support of The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program.
Working together we can make a significant contribution to a cleaner planet.
10-16
Recycling Used Cartridges
● Cartridges collected through this program are not refilled.
● You are not entitled to a tax deduction or rebate for the return of empty cartridges.
● This program may be modified or discontinued without notice.
U.S.A. PROGRAM
● Packaging
Maintenance
■Option A-1: Single Box Return
● Repackage the empty cartridge utilizing the wrapper and pulp mould end-blocks from the new cartridge’s
box.
● Place the empty cartridge in the box of your new cartridge. Seal the box.
10-17
Recycling Used Cartridges
■Option B: Volume Box Return
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to ship cartridges.
● Place as many cartridges as possible into one box.
Carefully seal the box with tape;
or
● Call 1-800-OK-Canon to receive your free eight cartridge collection box.
■Option A-2: Multiple Box Return
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to ship cartridges.
● Complete Option A-1.
● Bundle multiple cartridge boxes together securely with tape.
Maintenance
Please be sure that the shipment does not exceed UPS specifications.
Maximum weight = 70 lb. (31.8 kg)
Maximum length = 108" (2,743 mm)
Maximum girth (length + 2 x width + 2 x height) = 130" (3,302 mm)
If your shipment exceeds the above limits, please call 1-800-OK-Canon for special shipping information.
Please Note:
Do not send defective cartridges for replacement.
Defective cartridges under warranty should be exchanged by an authorized dealer or
service facility as provided in the warranty.
10-18
Recycling Used Cartridges
● Shipping
Apply the UPS authorized returning label provided in this guide.
Residents of Alaska and Hawaii: Do not use the UPS authorized returning label. For Alaska and Hawaii
Canon set up alternative mail service with the U.S. Postal Service.
Please call 1-800-OK-Canon to receive U.S. Postal Service merchandise returning label.
● Give the shipment to your UPS driver when you receive your next regular delivery; (UPS may charge a fee
for customers who call UPS to pick up a cartridge shipment if they do not already have a delivery
scheduled.)
or
● Take the shipment to your local UPS receiving point.
Maintenance
10-19
Recycling Used Cartridges
CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA PROGRAMME
■Option A: Single Box Return
● Repackage the empty cartridge utilizing the wrapper and pulp mould end-blocks from the new cartridge’s
box.
● Place the empty cartridge in the box of your new cartridge. Seal the box.
● Apply the Canon Canada Inc./Canada Post label provided in this brochure. Canon’s labels are specially
marked so that Canon pays the postage.
● Deposit your empty cartridge in any full size street mailbox or take it to your local Canada Post outlet or
franchise.
Maintenance
■Option B: Volume Box Return (eight or more cartridges)
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to ship cartridges.
● Call 1-800-667-2666 to receive your free Canon collection box kit.
● The collection box can accommodate eight individual cartridge boxes.
● Place your eight individually packaged boxes of empty cartridges into the Canon collection box. Seal the
box.
● Apply the Canon Canada Inc./Canada Post label provided in this brochure.
● Canon’s labels are specially marked so that Canon pays the postage.
● Deliver to any local Canada Post outlet or franchise. Customers who hold a Commercial pick-up agreement
with Canada Post may have their collection box picked up.
Working to preserve endangered species is a long-standing Canon interest.
To this end, for every cartridge collected, Canon Canada donates $1, shared equally between World Wildlife
Fund Canada and the Nature Conservancy of Canada. This donation is utilized in Canada.
10-20
Recycling Used Cartridges
● For further information about The Clean Earth Campaign in Canada, please call or write to Canon.
1-800-667-2666
Canon Canada Inc.
Corporate Customer Relations
6390 Dixie Road
Mississauga, ON L5T 1P7
Maintenance
10-21
Transporting the Machine
Transporting the Machine
This section describes the required procedures before transporting the machine.
For MF4370dn
Follow this procedure to avoid vibration damage to
the machine when transporting it over a long
distance.
1
2
3
Turn off the main power switch.
4
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
5
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
6
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
7
Open the toner cover.
Disconnect the power cord and all the
cables from the back of the machine.
If you are using the output tray extension,
fold the paper stopper, and then push the
output tray extension into the machine.
Maintenance
10-22
Transporting the Machine
8
Remove the toner cartridge.
10
Close the toner cover.
11
Lower the scanning platform.
– To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick
cloth.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
12
Maintenance
9
Remove the dust cover from the paper
cassette.
10-23
Transporting the Machine
13
Maintenance
10-24
Open the front panel of the paper
cassette.
14
Remove the paper from the paper
cassette.
15
Remove the paper cassette by lifting up
the front-end of the paper cassette and
pulling it forward.
16
Detach the Document feeder tray.
17
18
Make sure all the covers are closed.
Grip the handles on both sides of the
machine and lift it carefully, as shown in
the illustration below.
– Do not lift the machine by any of its
attachments. Dropping the machine can cause
personal injury.
– If you have a back problem, make sure to check
the weight of this machine before carrying. (See
“Specifications,” on p. 13-2.)
Transporting the Machine
For MF4350d
5
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
6
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
7
Open the toner cover.
Follow this procedure to avoid vibration damage to
the machine when transporting it over a long
distance.
1
2
3
Turn off the main power switch.
4
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
Disconnect the power cord and all the
cables from the back of the machine.
If you are using the output tray extension,
fold the paper stopper, and then push the
output tray extension into the machine.
Maintenance
10-25
Transporting the Machine
8
Remove the toner cartridge.
– To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick
cloth.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
10
Close the toner cover.
11
Lower the scanning platform.
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
Maintenance
9
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
12
10-26
Remove the dust cover from the paper
feeding tray.
Transporting the Machine
Remove the paper from the paper
feeding tray.
16
Detach the Document feeder tray.
Make sure all the covers are closed.
14
Store the dust cover inside the machine.
17
18
15
Push the paper guide rail, and then close
the paper feeding tray.
13
Grip the handles on both sides of the
machine and lift it carefully, as shown in
the illustration below.
Maintenance
– Do not lift the machine by any of its
attachments. Dropping the machine can cause
personal injury.
– If you have a back problem, make sure to check
the weight of this machine before carrying. (See
“Specifications,” on p. 13-2.)
10-27
Maintenance
10-28
Troubleshooting
11
This chapter describes how to respond to paper and document jams, as well as to error messages.
Clearing Jams .............................................................11-2
Document Jams ................................................................ 11-2
Paper Jams .......................................................................... 11-4
Error Messages.........................................................11-14
Error Codes ...............................................................11-17
If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed ...............11-18
Reloading the Paper ......................................................11-18
Changing the Paper Size Setting ..............................11-18
If a Power Failure Occurs .........................................11-19
If You Cannot Solve a Problem................................11-20
Customer Support (U.S.A.)...........................................11-20
Customer Support (Canada) .......................................11-20
Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams
Clearing Jams
When <CHECK DOCUMENT>, <PAPER JAM> or <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on
the display, remove jammed paper from the machine first, then from the paper cassette or
multi-purpose tray if necessary. Check the following if you experience repeated paper jams:
– Fan and tap the paper stack on a flat surface before loading it in the machine.
– Check that the paper you are using meets the requirements for use. (See “Paper
Requirements,” on p. 2-6.)
– Make sure you have removed any scraps of paper from the inside of the machine.
– When removing jammed documents or paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the document or paper.
– When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets, or other
metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock.
– If you tear the paper, remove any torn pieces to avoid further jams.
– If loose toner comes into contact with your skin or clothing, wash with cold water. Warm water will set the toner.
Do not force a jammed document or paper out of the machine. Contact Canon Customer Care Center if needed.
Document Jams
Troubleshooting
When <CHECK DOCUMENT> appears on the
display, remove a jammed document from the ADF.
1
2
Hold both sides of any jammed
documents and gently pull them out
straight upward.
Open the ADF cover.
Do not pull the document forcefully as it may tear.
11-2
Clearing Jams
3
Hold both sides of any jammed
documents and gently pull them out.
4
Close the ADF cover.
6
Close the ADF.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
Open the ADF and then hold both sides
of any jammed documents and gently
pull them out.
Troubleshooting
5
11-3
Clearing Jams
Paper Jams
3
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
4
Open the toner cover.
5
Remove the toner cartridge from the
machine.
When <PAPER JAM> or <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR
COVER> appears on the display, remove jammed
paper from the inside of the machine first, then
from the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray if
necessary.
● For MF4370dn
Troubleshooting
11-4
1
Hold the front side of the operation panel
with your hands.
2
Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is
locked. (You will hear an audible “click.”)
Clearing Jams
– Do not touch the rollers and parts which have
labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact” on.
They become very hot during use.
– Remove watches and any bracelets or rings
when touching the inside of the machine.
These items might be damaged if they come
into contact with the parts inside of the
machine.
– To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick
cloth.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
– Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it
becomes very hot during use.
– Do not touch the transfer roller (B) as this can
damage the machine.
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
gently pull it out.
7
Gently pull the jammed paper between
the fixing assembly (A) and transfer roller
(B) until the leading edge emerges from
the machine.
Troubleshooting
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
6
– Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it
becomes very hot during use.
– Do not touch the transfer roller (B) as this can
damage the machine.
11-5
Clearing Jams
8
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
carefully pull it out.
9
Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
Troubleshooting
10
Insert the toner cartridge so that the
protrusion on the right side of the toner
cartridge (A) fits into the guide (B) located
on the right side of the machine and slide
it down parallel to the guide.
11
Push down the toner cartridge to make
sure it is properly set in the machine.
12
Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of
the toner cover.
Do not open the drum protective shutter on the
toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the
drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
11-6
Clearing Jams
13
Close the toner cover.
14
Lower the scanning platform.
15
Open the front panel of the paper
cassette.
17
Remove the paper in the paper cassette.
18
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
slowly pull it out in the direction of the
arrow.
■ When feeding paper from the paper
cassette:
Troubleshooting
– Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
– If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force
it to close. Open the cover and make sure the
toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
16
Remove the dust cover from the paper
cassette.
11-7
Clearing Jams
19
■ When feeding paper from the multipurpose tray:
21
Set the dust cover on the paper cassette.
22
Open the rear cover.
Load the paper into the paper cassette.
This operation is required only when <OPEN
REAR COVER> appears on the display.
Troubleshooting
20
Close the front panel of the paper
cassette.
23
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
gently pull it out upward.
– This operation is required only when <OPEN
REAR COVER> appears on the display.
– If the jammed paper is badly folded, similar to
the folds of an accordion, ease the jammed
paper loose and then pull it out from the
machine.
11-8
Clearing Jams
● For MF4350d
24
1
Remove the dust cover from the paper
feeding tray.
2
Remove the paper in the paper feeding
tray.
3
Open the rear cover.
Close the rear cover.
This operation is required only when <OPEN
REAR COVER> appears on the display.
Troubleshooting
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
To reset the machine, open the toner cover and
then close it.
This operation is required only when <PAPER
JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the
display.
11-9
Clearing Jams
4
Troubleshooting
11-10
Lift the scanning platform until it is
locked (A), and open the printer cover (B).
5
Remove the toner cartridge from the
machine.
– Remove watches and any bracelets or rings
when touching the inside of the machine.
These items might be damaged if they come
into contact with the parts inside of the
machine.
– To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick
cloth.
– Do not open the drum protective shutter on
the toner cartridge. Print quality may
deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to
light or is damaged.
– Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it
becomes very hot during use.
– Do not touch the transfer roller (B) as this can
damage the machine.
Clearing Jams
8
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
carefully pull it out.
9
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
gently pull it out upward.
Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A).
7
Gently pull the jammed paper between
the fixing assembly (A) and transfer roller
(B) until the leading edge emerges from
the machine.
– This operation is required only when <PAPER
JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the
display.
– If the jammed paper is badly folded, similar to
the folds of an accordion, ease the jammed
paper loose and then pull it out from the
machine.
Troubleshooting
6
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
gently pull it out.
11-11
Clearing Jams
10
Hold both sides of the jammed paper and
slowly pull it out in the direction of the
arrow.
11
Hold the toner cartridge by its handle.
■ When feeding paper from the paper
feeding tray:
The arrow (A) on the toner cartridge should be
facing away from you and pointing down.
Do not open the drum protective shutter on the
toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the
drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
■ When feeding paper from the multipurpose tray:
12
Insert the toner cartridge into the
machine as far as it will go.
A
Troubleshooting
Align the guide (A) on the left side of the toner
cartridge with the groove inside the machine.
13
11-12
Push down the toner cartridge to make
sure it is properly set in the machine.
Clearing Jams
14
Close the printer cover and lower the
scanning platform.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
15
16
Load the paper into the paper feeding
tray.
17
Set the dust cover on the paper feeding
tray.
Close the rear cover.
Troubleshooting
This operation is required only when <PAPER
JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the
display.
After all the procedures are completed, the
machine should be ready for operating. If the
machine returns to the standby mode,
troubleshooting has been successful. If the
machine does not return to the standby mode,
check if jammed paper is still left in the machine.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
11-13
Error Messages
Error Messages
See the table below when the error and status messages appear on the display.
Message
Troubleshooting
11-14
Description
Action
AVAILABLE MEMORY
nn%
This message shows the percentage of the
memory currently available.
If you need more space, wait for the machine
to send any documents in memory. Also
print, send, or delete any documents stored
in memory.
CANNOT PRINT RX
DATA
The machine temporarily received the fax in
memory because an error of some kind has
occurred in the machine.
This error message appears with one of the
messages below.
– <CLOSE COVER/TONER COVER>
– <LOAD CORRECT PAPER>
– <REMOVE MP PAPER>
– <CHANGE REG’D SIZE/ → PAPER
SETTINGS>
– <OUT OF TONER/CHANGE TONER>
– <SET PAPER AGAIN/SET TONER AGAIN>
– <PAPER JAM>
– <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR COVER>
– <LOAD PAPER>
This error message appears with another
message. When the error is resolved, the
received data will be printed out. For how
to solve the problem, see the action for the
messages displayed with it.
CHANGE REG’D SIZE
→ PAPER SETTINGS
The paper size is not appropriate for your
print jobs.
– To print reports or received data, set the
<CASSETTE> paper size to <LTR>, <LGL>,
<A4>, <B5>, <OFICIO>, <BRAZIL- OFICIO>,
<MEXICO-OFICIO>, <GOVERNMENTLETTER>, <GOVERNMENT-LEGAL>, or
<FOOLSCAP>. For details, see “Setting
Paper Size and Type,” on p. 2-14.
– To print received data on both sides of
paper, set the <CASSETTE> paper size to
<LTR> or <A4>. For details, see “Setting
Paper Size and Type,” on p. 2-14.
– For 2-sided copying, set the paper size to
<LTR> or <A4>. For details, see “Setting
Paper Size and Type,” on p. 2-14.
CHECK DOCUMENT
A document jam may have occurred in the
ADF.
Remove the jammed document.
CLOSE COVER
TONER COVER
The toner cover is not closed completely.
Check the toner cover, and make sure that it
is completely closed.
HANG UP PHONE
The external telephone is off the hook.
Hang up the external telephone.
LIFT PANEL TO OPEN
OPEN TONER COVER
Appears alternately with other messages.
Varies by the message that appears. For
details, see the explanation for the message
(i.e., <SET PAPER AGAIN/SET TONER AGAIN>).
Error Messages
Message
Description
Action
The size of the paper in the paper cassette
or multi-purpose tray is different from that
of the paper specified in <PAPER SIZE> for
<CASSETTE> or <MP TRAY>.
Load the correct size paper or change the
paper size in <PAPER SIZE> for <CASSETTE>
or <MP TRAY>. For details, see “If <LOAD
CORRECT PAPER> is displayed,” on p. 11-18.
LOAD PAPER
– No paper is loaded in the paper cassette
or multipurpose tray when copying or
printing.
– Load paper correctly. Then press [OK] when
using the paper cassette.
– No paper is loaded in the paper cassette
or multi-purpose tray when printing a
received document.
Or, when printing a report or list, this
message appears if the paper size is not
appropriate for printing a report or list
even if paper is loaded. This error message
appears with one of the messages below.
<CHANGE REG’D SIZE/→PAPER SETTINGS>
<CANNOT PRINT RX DATA>
– Load paper correctly. Then press [OK]
when using the paper cassette. For report
or list, set the paper size to <LTR>, <LGL>,
<A4>, <B5>, <OFICIO>, <BRAZIL- OFICIO>,
<MEXICO- OFICIO>, <GOVERNMENTLETTER>, <GOVERNMENT-LEGAL>, or
<FOOLSCAP>, and then load paper of the
same size.
LOST IMAGE
The machine was turned OFF with
documents stored in the machine’s memory.
Please note that any data stored in the
memory, including received fax documents,
will be deleted if you leave the machine
turned OFF for about 5 minutes.
The error is automatically released after two
seconds, and the machine automatically
prints out the lost report that shows the
records still existing in the activity report.
MEMORY FULL
– The machine is full of jobs.
– Print, send, or delete any documents
stored in memory.
– Divide the document stack or data into a
few parts and try again one by one.
– Send the document with low resolution.
– The number of TX/RX jobs that can be
stored in memory reached the Maximum.
– The machine memory can store up to 256
fax jobs including sending and receiving
jobs. (Based on the condition that the other
party sends the fax by the imageCLASS
MF4370dn with ITU-T Standard Chart No.1,
standard mode.) Wait for the machine to
send any faxes in memory. Also print or
delete any documents in memory.
– You pressed the one-touch key that has
already been registered, when you are
registering group dialing.
Register the one-touch key that is not used.
NOT AVAILABLE
Troubleshooting
LOAD CORRECT
PAPER
– You selected the group dialing that has
already been registered, when you are
registering a one-touch key.
NOT REGISTERED
No recipient is registered for the one-touch
key or coded dial code you pressed.
Register the recipients before using the
Address Book function.
OUT OF TONER
CHANGE TONER
The toner ran out completely.
Replace the toner cartridge.
11-15
Error Messages
Message
Troubleshooting
11-16
Description
Action
PAPER JAM
Paper jams have occurred in the machine.
<LIFT PANEL TO OPEN/OPEN TONER COVER>
appears alternately.
Clear the paper jam (See “Clearing Jams,”
on p. 11-2) and reload paper in the paper
cassette or multi-purpose tray. The cover
must be opened and closed to resume the
current job.
PAPER JAM
OPEN REAR COVER
Paper jams have occurred in the machine.
<LIFT PANEL TO OPEN/OPEN TONER COVER>
appears alternately.
Clear the paper jam (See “Clearing Jams,”
on p. 11-2) and reload paper in the paper
cassette or multi-purpose tray. The cover
must be opened and closed to resume the
current job.
PLEASE WAIT
This message appears when turning on the
main power switch, or when the machine is
not ready for printing.
Wait until the message disappears.
REMOVE MP PAPER
Paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
Remove the paper from the multi-purpose
tray. The machine will not print faxes, reports,
or lists when paper is loaded in the multipurpose tray. They will be stored in memory.
SET PAPER AGAIN
SET TONER AGAIN
Paper is not loaded properly, or the toner
cartridge is not set.
Load paper properly. (For instructions on how
to load paper in the paper cassette or multipurpose tray, see “Loading Paper,” on p. 2-8.)
Set the toner cartridge in the machine (see
“Set Up the Machine,” in the Starter Guide or
“Set Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual).
SYSTEM ERROR
EXXX
A system error has occurred. <XXX> will be
a three-digit code that indicates a particular
type of error.
Turn OFF the main power switch, wait for
more than 5 seconds, then turn it ON again.
If the message persists, turn OFF the main
power switch, disconnect the power cord,
and contact Canon Customer Care Center.
WRONG PASSWORD
The memory lock reception password or
system password you entered is incorrect.
Enter the correct password. For details, see
“Receiving Documents in Memory without
Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception),” on
p. 5-40 or “Security,” in the e-Manual.
Error Codes
Error Codes
An error code is a four-digit code shown on an ERROR TX REPORT or an RX REPORT when an
error occurs.
For details on reports, see “Introduction of the Machine,” in the e-Manual.
See the table below for individual error codes.
Error Code
Description
Action
Transmission was manually canceled on the
machine.
Resend the document if necessary.
00A1
There is a document jam.
Clear the document jam.
00FF
All redialing attempts have failed.
Check if the recipient’s number is correct or the
telephone cable is properly connected, and try
again.
0001
The sender may not be using a G3 fax machine.
Make sure the sender’s machine is compatible
with your machine.
0070
Reception was manually canceled on the
machine.
Ask the sender to resend the document if
necessary.
0071
The machine’s memory is full.
Print, send, or delete any documents stored in
memory.
0080
The recipient’s machine did not respond within
35 seconds.
Resend the document. Ask the other party
to check their machine. If you are making an
overseas call, add a pause to the number.
008D
The recipient’s machine has run out of paper.
Ask the recipient to make sure that paper is
loaded in their machine.
Troubleshooting
00A0
11-17
If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed
If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed
When <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> appears on the display, the size of the paper in the paper
cassette or multi-purpose tray is different from that of the paper specified in <PAPER SIZE>
for <CASSETTE> or <MP TRAY>. You need to load the correct size paper or change the paper
size in <PAPER SIZE> for <CASSETTE> or <MP TRAY>.
For print jobs, you need to specify the paper size from your computer.
Reloading the Paper
1
2
Load the correct size paper as shown on
the display, then press [OK] to resume the
job.
Press [
] or [
] to select the paper
size same as paper loaded into the
machine, then press [OK].
PAPER
SIZE
The machine re-starts printing.
Changing the Paper Size Setting
Follow this procedure to change the paper size
setting.
Troubleshooting
1
Press [Paper Settings] repeatedly to
select <CASSETTE> or <MP TRAY>, then
press [OK].
CASSETTE
If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> appears during a copy
job, you cannot access the paper size setting
through
[Paper Settings]. In this case, cancel
[Paper Settings] and
the job first, then press
change the paper size setting. For how to cancel
copy jobs, see “Canceling Copy Jobs,” on p. 4-5.
11-18
3
LTR
Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the
standby mode.
– Now ready to copy your document.
– For a fax job or report printing, go to the next
step.
4
Press [OK] to resume the job.
No further operation is required.
If a Power Failure Occurs
If a Power Failure Occurs
If a power failure occurs, machine functions will be limited as follows:
– Depending on your telephone, you may not be able to make telephone calls.
– You can receive telephone calls from the telephone connected to the machine.
– You cannot send, receive, or copy documents.
Even if power is suddenly lost due to a power failure or accidental unplugging, any sent or
received documents stored in memory are backed up for about 5 minutes. However, after
this period of time, the machine may lose any data stored in the memory. If this happens,
the display shows <LOST IMAGE> when power is restored and automatically prints a Lost
Report (unless the cartridge is empty or there is no paper in the machine) that lists the
documents (received in the last 60 transactions) that were lost from memory as a result of
the power cut.
Troubleshooting
11-19
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
This section describes the customer support services.
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
If you cannot solve the problem after having referred to the information in this chapter, contact Canon
Customer Care Center at 1-800-828-4040 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
EST. On-line support is also available 24 hours a day at the website http://www.canontechsupport.com.
Customer Support (Canada)
Troubleshooting
Canon Canada Inc., offers a full range of customer technical support options*:
* Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.”
– For step-by-step troubleshooting, e-mail technical support, the latest driver or document downloads, and
answers to frequently asked questions, visit http://www.canon.ca/
– Free live technical support 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) for products still
under warranty 1-800-652-2666
– For the location of the authorized service facility nearest you, visit http://www.canon.ca/ or 1-800-652-2666
– If the problem cannot be corrected by using one of the above technical support options, repair options are
available at the time of your call to the live technical support number above or via the website at http://
www.canon.ca/
* Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
Please have the following information ready when you contact Canon:
– Product name (imageCLASS MF4370dn/imageCLASS MF4350d)
– Serial number (on the label located inside top of the front cover)
– Place of purchase
– Nature of problem
– Steps you have taken to solve the problem and the results
If the machine makes strange noises, emits smoke or odd odor, turn OFF the main power switch immediately, disconnect the power
cord, and contact Canon Customer Care Center. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the machine yourself.
Attempting to repair the machine yourself may void the limited warranty.
11-20
Machine Settings
12
This chapter describes how to change and check the machine settings.
Machine Settings .......................................................12-2
Printing USER’S DATA LIST ............................................. 12-2
Accessing the Setting Menu ......................................... 12-2
Setting Menu .............................................................12-4
VOLUME CONTROL SETTINGS ...................................... 12-4
BROADCAST........................................................................ 12-4
COMMON SETTINGS ........................................................ 12-4
COPY SETTINGS ................................................................. 12-5
FAX SETTINGS..................................................................... 12-6
ADDRESS BOOK SETTINGS ............................................ 12-7
PRINTER SETTINGS ........................................................... 12-7
TIMER SETTINGS ................................................................ 12-8
ADJUST./CLEANING.......................................................... 12-9
REPORT SETTINGS ............................................................ 12-9
SYSTEM SETTINGS ..........................................................12-10
Machine Settings
Machine Settings
Machine Settings
You can adjust the machine settings from the Setting Menu to customize the way the
machine works.
Printing USER’S DATA LIST
Accessing the Setting Menu
To see the list of current settings, print out USER’S
DATA LIST.
To access the setting menu, follow the procedures
bellow.
1
2
Press
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select <REPORT
SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
MENU
10 REPORT
3
1
2
MENU
1
VOLUME
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Press [
] or [
] to select <LIST
PRINT>, then press [OK].
Machine Settings
Press [
] or [
] to select <USER DATA
LIST>, then press [OK].
LIST PRINT
9
USER DATA
LIST
Printing starts, and the screen automatically
returns to the standby mode.
[Menu].
Press [
] or [
] to select the menu
you want to access, then press [OK].
SETTINGS
REPORT SETTINGS
2
LIST PRINT
4
Press
3
CONTROL
<VOLUME CONTROL>
<BROADCAST>
<COMMON SETTINGS>
<COPY SETTINGS>
<FAX SETTINGS>
<ADDRESS BOOK SET.>
<PRINTER SETTINGS>
<TIMER SETTINGS>
<ADJUST./CLEANING>
<REPORT SETTINGS>
<SYSTEM SETTINGS>
Press [
] or [
then press [OK].
] to select a submenu,
VOLUME CONTROL
1
MONITOR VOLUME
To print USER’S DATA LIST from the [Report] key,
see “Introduction of the Machine,” in the e-Manual.
For details on the submenu, see “Setting Menu,”
on p. 12-4.
4
12-2
To register the settings or go to a
submenu item, press [OK].
Machine Settings
5
When finished, press [Stop/Reset] to
return to the standby mode.
If you press
[Stop/Reset] before pressing [OK],
the setting will not be registered.
Press
[Menu] to return to the previous display.
Machine Settings
12-3
Setting Menu
Setting Menu
The default settings are indicated in bold text.
– Depending on the country of purchase, some settings may not be available.
– The menus described in this section are based on the MF4370dn. Depending on the model of your machine, some
settings may not be available and the number on the top of each menu may vary.
VOLUME CONTROL SETTINGS
Item
Settings
1 MONITOR VOLUME
(0–3) (2)
2 CALLING TONE
(0–3) (2)
3 ENTRY TONE
(0–3) (2)
4 ERROR TONE
(0–3) (2)
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Introduction of the
Machine”
BROADCAST
Item
NO.0##=
Settings
Maximum 124 recipients
Applicable Page
p. 5-21
Machine Settings
COMMON SETTINGS
Item
12-4
Settings
1 INITIAL FUNCTION
– COPY
– FAX
– SCAN
2 TONER SAVER MODE
– OFF
– ON
3 DISPLAY LANGUAGE
–
–
–
–
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Introduction of the
Machine”
Setting Menu
COPY SETTINGS
Item
Settings
Applicable Page
1 STANDARD SETTINGS
1 IMAGE QUALITY
–
–
–
–
TEXT/PHOTO
TEXT
PHOTO
TEXT/PHOTO+
2 DENSITY
– AUTO
– MANUAL (1–9 (5))
p. 4-21
3 ZOOM RATIO
PRESET RATIO
–
–
–
–
–
–
MANUAL
1 % increments. (50–200 % (100 %))
200 % MAX.
129 % STMT → LTR
100 %
78 % LGL → LTR
64 %
50 % MIN.
4 AUTO COLLATE
– OFF
– ON
5 2-SIDED
– 2-SIDED OFF
– 1 > 2-SIDED:
• TYPE OF OUTPUT (BOOK TYPE, CALENDAR
TYPE)
2 PAPER SIZE GROUP
– INCHES
– A
– AB
p. 4-20
Machine Settings
12-5
Setting Menu
FAX SETTINGS
Item
Settings
Applicable Page
1 RX MODE
p. 5-4
FAX/TEL
p. 5-10
1 RING START TIME
4–30 SEC (6)
2 F/T RING TIME
10–45 SEC (22)
3 F/T SWITCH ACTION
– RECEIVE
– DISCONNECT
MANUAL
FaxOnly
AnsMode
DRPD
–
–
–
–
–
NORMAL RING
DOUBLE RING
SHORT-SHORT-LONG
SHORT-LONG-SHORT
OTHER RING TYPE
2 USER SETTINGS
1 UNIT TELEPHONE #
Maximum 20 digits
p. 5-12
2 UNIT NAME
Maximum 32 characters
p. 5-12
3 TEL LINE TYPE
– TOUCH TONE
– ROTARY PULSE
p. 5-11
1 DENSITY
1–9 (5)
p. 5-28
2 IMAGE QUALITY
–
–
–
–
4 STANDARD SETTINGS
Machine Settings
STANDARD
FINE
SUPER FINE
PHOTO
3 TX SETTINGS
1 AUTO REDIAL
– OFF
– ON
REDIAL TIMES
1–10 TIMES (2 TIMES)
REDIAL INTERVAL
2–99 MIN. (2 MIN.)
2 DIALING LINE CHCK
p. 5-25
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-27
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-34
4 RX SETTINGS
1 INCOMING RING
RING COUNT
2 REMOTE RX
REMOTE RX ID
12-6
1–16 TIMES (2 TIMES)
– OFF
– ON
00–99 (25)
p. 5-35
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
Applicable Page
3 RX PRINT
– MEMORY RX
– PRINT RX
p. 5-37
4 RX TERMINAL ID
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-32
5 RX RESTRICTION
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-38
1 RX REDUCTION
– OFF
– ON
– CUT
p. 5-31
2 2-SIDED PRINT
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-30
3 CONT. PRINTING
– OFF
– ON
p. 5-33
5 PRINTER SETTINGS
ADDRESS BOOK SETTINGS
Item
1 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
NAME
Settings
Maximum 8 recipients
Applicable Page
p. 3-3
Maximum 20 characters
TELNAMBER ENTRY
Maximum 50 digits
2 CODED DIAL
Maximum 100 recipients
NAME
Maximum 20 characters
TELNAMBER ENTRY
Maximum 50 digits
Maximum 8 groups
NAME
Maximum 20 characters
NO.0##=
Maximum 8 x 50 recipients
p. 3-9
Machine Settings
3 GROUP DIAL
p. 3-6
PRINTER SETTINGS
Setting Item
1 ERROR TIME OUT
Description
– OFF
– ON (5 – 300 SEC (15 SEC))
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Copy”
12-7
Setting Menu
TIMER SETTINGS
Item
Machine Settings
12-8
Settings
HOUR (00–23)
MINUTE (00–59)
MONTH (01–12)
DAY (01–28, 29, 30, 31)
YEAR (00–99)
Applicable Page
1 DATE&TIME SETTING
–
–
–
–
–
2 DATE TYPE SELECT
– MM/DD/YYYY
– DD/MM YYYY
– YYYY MM/DD
3 AUTO SLEEP
– OFF
– ON (3 – 30 MIN. (5 MIN.))
p. 1-15
4 DAY LIGHT SV.TIME
– OFF
– ON
p. 1-16
1 START DATE/TIME
– 1 MONTH (JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH,
APRIL, MAY, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST,
SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER,
DECEMBER)
– 2 WEEK (FIRST WEEK, SECOND WEEK, THIRD
WEEK, FOURTH WEEK, LAST WEEK)
– 3 DAY (SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
SATURDAY)
2 END DATE/TIME
– 1 MONTH (JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH,
APRIL, MAY, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST,
SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER,
DECEMBER)
– 2 WEEK (FIRST WEEK, SECOND WEEK,
THIRD WEEK, FOURTH WEEK, LAST WEEK)
– 3 DAY (SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
SATURDAY)
p. 5-11
e-Manual
“Setting Up the Machine”
Setting Menu
ADJUST./CLEANING
Item
Settings
1 FIX.UNIT CLEANING
Start cleaning.
2 SPECIAL MODE T
– OFF
– ON
3 SPECIAL MODE U
– OFF
– MODE1
– MODE2
4 SPECIAL MODE V
– OFF
– ON
5 SPECIAL MODE Y
– OFF
– ON
6 SPECIAL MODE Z
– OFF
– ON
Applicable Page
p. 10-5
e-Manual
“Maintenance”
REPORT SETTINGS
Item
Settings
1 SETTINGS
– OUTPUT NO
– PRINT ERROR ONLY
– OUTPUT YES
2 RX REPORT
– OUTPUT NO
– PRINT ERROR ONLY
– OUTPUT YES
3 ACTIVITY REPORT
– OUTPUT YES
– OUTPUT NO
2 LIST PRINT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1 TX REPORT
2 RX REPORT
3 ACTIVITY REPORT
4 MEMORY DATA LIST
5 MEMORY IMAGE PRNT
6 1-TOUCH LIST
7 CODED DIAL LIST
8 GROUP DIAL LIST
9 USER DATA LIST
e-Manual
“Introduction of the
Machine”
Machine Settings
1 TX REPORT
Applicable Page
12-9
Setting Menu
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Item
Settings
1 SYS. MANAGER INFO
1 SYSTEM PASSWORD
Seven digits
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Security”
2 DEVICE INFO
1 DEVICE NAME
Maximum 32 characters
2 LOCATION
Maximum 32 characters
3 NETWORK SETTINGS*
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
1 TCP/IP SETTINGS
1 IPv4 SETTINGS
1 IP ADDRESS AUTO.
– DHCP (ON/OFF)
– BOOTP (OFF/ON)
– RARP (OFF/ON)
ON
OFF
2 IP ADDRSSS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 SUBNET MASK
IP address (000.000.000.000)
4 GATEWAY ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
5 SET IP ADD RANGE
OFF
ON
1 IP ADDRESS 1
Machine Settings
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
2 IP ADDRESS 2
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 IP ADDRESS 3
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
12-10
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
4 IP ADDRESS 4
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
5 IP ADDRESS 5
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
6 IP ADDRESS 6
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
7 IP ADDRESS 7
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
Machine Settings
8 IP ADDRESS 8
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
9 IP ADDRESS 9
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
12-11
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
10 IP ADDRESS 10
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (000.000.000.000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000)
6 DNS SETTINGS
1 DNS SERVER SET
1 PRIM. DNS SERVER
IP address (000.000.000.000)
2 SECOND DNS
SERVER
IP address (000.000.000.000)
2 HOST/DOMAIN NAME
1 HOST NAME
Maximum 47 characters
2 DOMAIN NAME
Maximum 47 characters
3 DNS DYNAMIC SET
1 DNS DYNA. UPDATE
– OFF
– ON
2 IPv6 SETTINGS
1 USE IPv6
– OFF
– ON
2 STATELESS ADD SET
– OFF
– ON
3 MANUAL ADD SET
Machine Settings
12-12
1 USE MANUAL ADD
– OFF
– ON
2 MANUAL ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 PREFIX LENGTH
0–128 (64)
4 DEF. ROUTER ADD
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 USE DHCPv6
– OFF
– ON
5 PING COMMAND
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
6 SET IP ADD RANGE
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
OFF
ON
1 IP ADDRESS 1
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
2 IP ADDRESS 2
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
3 IP ADDRESS 3
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
Machine Settings
1 PERMIT/REJECT
4 IP ADDRESS 4
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
12-13
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
5 IP ADDRESS 5
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
6 IP ADDRESS 6
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
7 IP ADDRESS 7
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
Machine Settings
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
8 IP ADDRESS 8
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
12-14
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
9 IP ADDRESS 9
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
10 IP ADDRESS 10
1 PERMIT/REJECT
– REJECT
– PERMIT
2 START IP
ADDRESS
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
4 PREFIX LENGTH
– OFF
– ON (0-128 (64))
7 DNS SETTINGS
1 DNS SERVER SET
1 PRIM. DNS SERVER
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
2 SECOND DNS
SERVER
IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000
0:0000:0000)
2 HOST/DOMAIN NAME
– OFF
– ON
2 HOST NAME
Maximum 47 characters
3 DOMAIN NAME
Maximum 47 characters
3 DNS DYNAMIC SET
1 DNS DYNA. UPDATE
– OFF
– ON
2 REG. MANUAL ADD
– OFF
– ON
3 REG. STATEFUL ADD
– OFF
– ON
3 LPD PRINT
– OFF
– ON
4 RAW PRINT
– OFF
– ON
Machine Settings
1 SAME HOST/
DOMAIN
12-15
Setting Menu
Item
5 Bonjour SETTINGS
Settings
– OFF
– ON
1 Bonjour NAME
Maximum 63 digits
2 PRIORITY PROTOCOL
– LPR
– RAW
6 USE HTTP
– OFF
– ON
7 PORT NO. SET.
–
–
–
–
1 LPD (0–65535 (515))
2 RAW (0–65535 (9100))
3 HTTP (0–65535 (80))
4 SNMP (0–65535 (161))
–
–
–
–
–
1 PERMIT RX ADD 1 (00-00-00-00-00-00)
2 PERMIT RX ADD 2 (00-00-00-00-00-00)
3 PERMIT RX ADD 3 (00-00-00-00-00-00)
4 PERMIT RX ADD 4 (00-00-00-00-00-00)
5 PERMIT RX ADD 5 (00-00-00-00-00-00)
8 PERMIT RX MAC ADD
ON
OFF
2 SNMP SETTINGS
1 USE SNMP
– OFF
– ON
2 COMMUNITY NAME 1
Maximum 15 characters (public)
Machine Settings
3 COMMUNITY NAME 2
Maximum 15 characters
4 SNMP WRITABLE 1
– OFF
– ON
5 SNMP WRITABLE 2
– OFF
– ON
3 ETHERNET DRIVER
1 AUTO DETECT
1 COMMUNICATION MODE
– HALF DUPLEX
– FULL DUPLEX
2 ETHERNET TYPE
– 10 BASE-T
– 100 BASE-TX
2 MAC ADDRESS
12-16
– AUTO
– MANUAL
Mac address
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
Setting Menu
Item
Settings
4 VIEW IP ADDRSSS
1 IPv4
– 1 IP ADDRESS
– 2 SUBNET MASK
– 3 GATEWAY ADDRESS
2 IPv6
– 1 LINK LOCAD ADD (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 2 STATELESS ADD 1 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 3 STATELESS ADD 2 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 4 STATELESS ADD 3 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 5 STATELESS ADD 4 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 6 STATELESS ADD 5 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 7 STATELESS ADD 6 (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 8 STATEFUL ADDRESS (IP ADDRESS, PREFIX
LENGTH)
– 9 DEF. ROUTER ADD (IP ADDRESS)
5 STARTUP TIME SET.
Applicable Page
e-Manual
“Network Settings”
0–300s (60 SEC)
4 COMMUNICATIONS
2400bps, 4800bps, 7200bps, 9600bps,
14400bps, 33600bps
2 RX START SPEED
2400bps, 4800bps, 7200bps, 9600bps,
14400bps, 33600bps
3 MEMORY LOCK
– OFF
– ON
1 PASSWORD
Seven digits
2 MEMORY RX TIME
– OFF
– ON
MEM. RX START TIME
– HOUR (00–23)
– MINUTE (00–59)
MEM. RX END TIME
– HOUR (00–23)
– MINUTE (00–59)
5 ACCESS TO DEST.
1 RESTRICT REDIAL
– OFF
– ON
2 CONFIRM FAX NO.
– OFF
– ON
6 PDL SELECT (PnP)
– UFRII
– UFRII (XPS)
Machine Settings
1 TX START SPEED
e-Manual
“Security”
p. 6-4
12-17
Setting Menu
Item
7 UPDATE FIRMWARE
* MF4370dn Only
Machine Settings
12-18
Settings
This function is only used when the firmware
needs to be updated.
Applicable Page
Appendix
13
Specifications.............................................................13-2
General ................................................................................. 13-2
Copier.................................................................................... 13-3
Printer ................................................................................... 13-3
Scanner (Scanning via USB) .......................................... 13-3
Scanner (Scanning via Network) ................................. 13-3
Facsimile .............................................................................. 13-4
Telephone............................................................................ 13-4
Index ...........................................................................13-5
Appendix
Specifications
Specifications
General
Appendix
13-2
Type
Personal Desktop
Power Source
120–127 V, 60 Hz (Power requirements differ depending on the country in which
you purchased the product.)
Power Consumption
Maximum: Less than 620 W
Warm-up Time
MF4370dn: Less than 12.0 sec.*
MF4350d: Less than 10.0 sec.*
(temperature: 68°F (20°C), humidity: 65%; from when the machine turns on the
power main switch until the standby display appears)
* Warm-up time may differ depending on the condition and environment of the
machine.
Weight
MF4370dn: Approx. 29.1 lb (13.2 kg) (including toner cartridge)
MF4350d: Approx. 29.5 lb (13.4 kg) (including toner cartridge)
Dimensions
MF4370dn: 18" (H) × 17 1/2" (D) × 15 3/8" (W) (455 mm (H) × 442 mm (D) × 390
mm (W))
(with the document feeder tray and the paper cassette attached)
MF4350d: 18" (H) × 17 3/4" (D) × 15 3/8" (W) (455 mm (H) × 450 mm (D) × 390 mm
(W))
(with the document feeder tray attached)
Installation Space
43" (D) × 23 1/4" (W) (1013 mm (D) × 590 mm (W))
Environmental Conditions
Temperature: 46°F–95°F (7.5°C–35°C)
Humidity: 5%–90% RH
Display Languages
ENGLISH/FRENCH/SPANISH/PORTUGUESE
Acceptable Documents
» p. 2-2
Acceptable Paper Stock
» p. 2-6
Printable Area
» p. 2-7
Scanning Area
» p. 2-3
Specifications
Copier
Scanning Resolution
TEXT/PHOTO mode: 300 dpi × 300 dpi
TEXT mode, PHOTO mode, TEXT/PHOTO+ mode: 600 dpi × 600 dpi
Printing Resolution
600 dpi × 600 dpi
Magnification
1:1 ± 1.0%, 1:2.00, 1:1.29, 1:0.78, 1:0.64, 1:0.50
Zoom 0.50–2.00, 1% increments
First Copy Time
Platen glass: less than 9.00 sec. (LTR)
Copy Speed
Direct: 23 cpm (LTR)
No. of Copies
Maximum 99 copies
Printer
Printing Method
Indirect electrostatic method (On-demand fixing)
Paper Handling
Paper cassette: 250 sheets (Height: maximum 1" (25 mm))
Multi-purpose tray: 1 sheet
Paper Delivery
100 sheets (17 to 21 lb (64 to 80 g/m2))
Print Speed
Direct: 23 ppm (LTR)
Printing Resolution
600 dpi × 600 dpi
Number of Tones
256
Toner Cartridge
» p. 1-10
Scanner (Scanning via USB)
Color scanner
Maximum Scanning Size
8 1/2" × 14" (216 mm × 356 mm)
Scanning Resolution
600 × 1200 dpi (optical)
9600 × 9600 dpi (enhanced)
Scanning Speed
Color: 4.5 msec/line (600 dpi)
Grayscale: 1.5 msec/line (600 dpi)
Host Interface
USB 1.1, USB 2.0
System Requirements
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Device Driver
TWAIN and WIA 1.0* (Windows XP/Vista only) compliant
* WIA 2.0 is not supported.
Appendix
Type
Scanner (Scanning via Network)
Type
Color scanner
Maximum Scanning Size
8 1/2" × 14" (216 mm × 356 mm)
Scanning Resolution
75 dpi, 100 dpi, 150 dpi, 200 dpi, 300 dpi
Scanning Speed
Color: 2.25 msec/line (300 dpi)
Grayscale: 0.75 msec/line (300 dpi)
13-3
Specifications
Scanner (Scanning via Network)
Host Interface
100Base-TX/10Base-T
System Requirements
Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/Server 2008
Device Driver
TWAIN
Facsimile
Appendix
Applicable Line
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)*1
Compatibility
G3
Data Compression Schemes
MH, MR, MMR
Modem Speed
33.6 Kbps
Automatic fallback
Transmission Speed
Approx. 3 seconds/page*2 at 33.6 Kbps, ECM-MMR, transmitting from memory
Transmission/Reception Memory
Maximum approx. 256 pages*2
(total pages of transmission/reception)
Fax Resolution
STANDARD: 203 pels/inch × 98 lines/inch (8 pels/mm × 3.85 lines/mm)
FINE: 203 pels/inch × 196 lines/inch (8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm)
PHOTO: 203 pels/inch × 196 lines/inch (8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm)
SUPER FINE: 203 pels/inch × 392 lines/inch (8 pels/mm × 15.4lines/mm)
Dialing
– Speed dialing
One-touch speed dialing (8 destinations)
Coded speed dialing (100 destinations)
Group dialing (8 × 50 recipients)
Address Book dialing (with Address Book key)
– Regular dialing (with numeric keys)
– Automatic redialing
– Manual redialing (with Redial/Pause key)
– Sequential broadcast (124 destinations)
– Automatic reception
– Remote reception by telephone (Default ID: 25)
– ACTIVITY REPORT (after every 60 transactions)
– TX (Transmission)/RX (Reception) REPORT
– TTI (Transmit Terminal Identification)
*1 The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speed or lower, depending on
telephone line conditions.
*2 Based on ITU-T Standard Chart No. 1, MMR standard mode.
Telephone
Connection
External telephone/external telephone with built in answering machine/data
modem
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
13-4
Index
Index
Symbols
2-sided copying 4-18
2-Sided key 1-7
2-sided printing 6-10
Clearing jams 11-2
Document jams 11-2
Paper jams 11-4
Clear key 1-7
Address Book key 1-8
Using 5-20
ADF 1-3
Coded dial codes
Editing 3-6
Erasing 3-7
Registering 3-6
Using 5-19
Coded Dial key 1-8
AnsMode 5-7
Collate/2 on 1 key 1-7
A
Collating Copies 4-13
B
Copying 4-1
Basic receiving method 5-4
COPY key 1-7
Basic sending method
Fax 5-13
PC fax 5-16
Broadcasting 5-21
Customer support
Canada xiv, 11-20
U.S.A. xiv, 11-20
D
Daylight saving time 1-16
Canceling
Copy job 4-5
Fax job 5-17
Print job 6-11
Scan job 7-5
Checking
Documents stored in memory 5-44, 5-45
Print job 6-11
Reception/Transmission results 5-45
Cleaning
ADF 10-7
Exterior 10-2
Fuser Roller 10-5
Interior 10-2
Platen Glass 10-6
Scanning Area 10-6
Deleting
Documents stored in memory 5-44, 5-45
Density
Copying 4-8
Faxes 5-23
Density key 1-7
Appendix
C
Display 1-7
Messages 11-14
Standby mode 1-9
13-5
Index
Document
Copying 4-4
Jams 11-2
Placing 2-4
Receiving 5-4
Requirements 2-2
Scanning area 2-3
Sending 5-13
Document delivery tray 1-3
I
Document feeder tray 1-3
J
Documents stored in memory
Checking 5-44, 5-45
Deleting 5-44, 5-45
DRPD 5-9
Jams
Document 11-2
Paper 11-4
Job Cancel/Status Monitor key 1-7
If a power failure occurs 11-19
If you cannot solve a problem 11-20
Image quality
Copying 4-6
Faxes 5-24
Image Quality key 1-7
Dust cover 1-3
L
E
Location xii
Energy Saver key 1-7
Enlarge/Reduce key 1-7
M
Error codes 11-17
Main power switch 1-3
Error indicator 1-7
F
Maintenance xi
Redistributing Toner 10-10
Replacing the Toner Cartridge 10-12
When a Message Appears 10-9
MANUAL 5-8
FAX/TEL 5-6
Manual reception 5-8
FAX key 1-7
Manual sending 5-13
External device jack 1-5
Appendix
G
Group address
Adding destination 3-10
Changing group name 3-11
Deleting destination 3-10
Deleting group 3-11
Registering 3-9
Using 5-20
H
Handling xi
Hook key 1-8
13-6
Memory lock reception 5-40
Menu key 1-7
Multi-purpose tray 1-3
N
Numeric keys 1-7
Index
O
R
OK key 1-7
Rear cover 1-5
One-touch key
Editing 3-3
Erasing 3-4
Registering 3-3
Using 5-19
One-touch keys 1-8
Receive mode
AnsMode 5-7
DRPD 5-9
FAX/TEL 5-6
FaxOnly 5-5
MANUAL 5-8
Receive mode for printing 5-37
Operation panel 1-3
Fax operation panel 1-8
Main operation panel 1-6
Output tray 1-3
Redial/Pause key 1-8
Remote RX 5-35
Report key 1-7
Output tray extension 1-3
Overview
Machine functions ii
P
Paper
Jams 11-4
Loading 2-8
Printable area 2-7
Requirements 2-6
Paper cassette 1-3
S
SCAN key 1-7
Scanning area 1-3, 2-3
Scanning platform 1-3
Sleep mode 1-15
Slide guides 1-3
Slide guides for multi-purpose tray 1-3
Power supply xiii
Start key 1-7
Printable area 2-7
Stop/Reset key 1-7
Paper guide rail 1-3
Paper Settings key 1-7
Paper Size and type 2-14
Paper stopper 1-3
Platen glass 1-3
Appendix
Power socket 1-5
Specifications
Copier 13-3
Facsimile 13-4
General 13-2
Printer 13-3
Scanner (scanning via network) 13-3
Scanner (scanning via USB) 13-3
Telephone 13-4
Specifying destinations 5-18
Printing 6-1
Processing/Data indicator 1-7
13-7
Index
T
Telephone line jack 1-5
Tone key 1-7
Toner cartridge
Checking the toner level 1-11
Maintaining 1-11
Redisributing 10-10
Replacing 10-12
Transporting the Machine 10-22
Troubleshooting
Clearing jams 11-2
Error codes 11-17
Error messages 11-14
If a power failure occurs 11-19
If you cannot solve a problem 11-20
U
USB port 1-5
Z
Zoom ratio
Custom copy ratio 4-11
Preset zoom 4-10
Appendix
13-8
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