Canon CR-50 Installation guide

Operation & Maintenance Guide
♦ Please read this manual before operating this scanner.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Canon Check Reader CR-50/80.
Please read this manual thoroughly before using the machine in order
to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its
many functions.
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.
Manuals for the CR-50/80
WARNING
The following manuals are provided with the CR-50/80. Be sure to
read these manuals thoroughly before using the scanner. (The
Installation Guide and the Operation & Maintenance Guide are
extracted from the Instructions.) Electronic manual is stored as a PDF
file on the supplied Setup Disc and requires Adobe Reader to open.
(You can download Adobe Reader from the Adobe Web site.)
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or
injury to persons if not performed correctly. To use the machine safely,
always pay attention to these warnings.
CAUTION
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to
persons, or damage to property if not performed correctly. To use the
machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions.
Installation Guide (Supplied with the scanner/Electronic Manual)
Describes the procedure for setting up the CR-50/80 for scanning. Set
up the CR-50/80 in accordance with the Installation Guide. For details
on the CR-50/80, refer to the Instructions (electronic manual).
IMPORTANT
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read
these items carefully to operate the machine correctly, and avoid
damaging the machine.
Operation & Maintenance Guide (Supplied with the scanner/
Electronic Manual): This Manual
Describes the basic operations for using the CR-50/80,
troubleshooting, and maintenance. For details on the settings of the
CR-50/80, refer to the Instructions (electronic manual).
NOTE
Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains additional
explanations for a procedure. Reading these notes is highly
recommended.
Instructions (Electronic Manual)
Describes how to use the scanner, and includes instructions for
configuring the scanner settings, as well as handling, maintenance,
and troubleshooting information.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ................................................................... 4
Manuals for the CR-50/80 ........................................................... 4
Symbols Used in This Manual..................................................... 4
Document Feeding and Scanning...................................... 6
Documents ..................................................................................
Document...............................................................................
Placing Documents ................................................................
Document Feeding and Scanning ...............................................
Scan Procedure .....................................................................
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Troubleshooting .................................................................. 9
When the Scanner Is Not Recognized ........................................ 9
Clearing Paper Jams................................................................... 9
The Scanner Does Not Turn ON ............................................... 11
Feeding Trouble ........................................................................ 11
When the Scanned Image Is Not Normal.................................. 12
Maintenance....................................................................... 13
Daily Cleaning ...........................................................................
Cleaning the Main Unit.........................................................
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner ......................................
Cleaning the Scanning Glass and Rollers............................
Cleaning the Magnetic Heads ..............................................
Cleaning the Ink Jet Nozzles................................................
Maintenance..............................................................................
Replacing the Ink Cartridge..................................................
Adjusting the Separation Roller Gap....................................
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Index ................................................................................... 23
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Document Feeding and Scanning
• If you scan a document written in pencil, the letters may not be
scanned properly or the pencil may rub off onto the rollers and stain
subsequent documents. Before you scan this kind of document,
make a copy, and then scan the copy. After scanning a document
written in pencil or some other soft writing material, be sure to clean
the scanning rollers. (See “Cleaning the Scanning Glass and
Rollers” on p. 13.)
• If you scan thin paper in the Duplex mode, the ink printed on the back
side may be scanned. If this happens, adjust the scanning density.
• Scanning documents with a rough surface may not feed easily, and
may cause friction between the documents, resulting in a feeding
error. If this happens, feed the documents one by one.
• To avoid paper jams, damage to documents, and a scanner
malfunction, do not feed the following types of paper into the
scanner. If you want to scan these types of paper, first make a copy,
and then scan the copy.
This chapter describes precautions regarding documents that can be
handled on this scanner and scanning operations.
Documents
This section describes the types of documents that can be used and
how to place them.
CAUTION
Treat the documents carefully. The paper edges may cut your
fingers.
Document
The CR-50/80 can feed a wide variety of document sizes. The ranges
of height and length for a document are:
Height : 50 to 108 mm (2.0" to 4.3")
Length : 80 to 228 mm (3.1" to 9.0")
Thickness : 0.08 to 0.20 mm (0.003" to 0.008")
0.10 to 0.14 mm (0.004" to 0.006") with Double Feed
Detection enabled
Weight : 64 to 157 g/m2 (17 to 40 lb bond)
81 to 105 g/m2 (21.5 to 26.8 lb bond) with Double Feed
Detection enabled
Length
Wrinkled or creased
paper
Carbon backed paper
Curled paper
Coated paper or fax
recording paper
Torn paper
Extremely thin paper
Paper with clips or
staples
Paper with binding holes
NOTE
Height
• Note that mixing documents of different thickness may cause a
malfunction during feeding.
• Curled, wrinkled, or folded documents may cause an error. If this
happens, straighten out the curls, or reduce the number of
documents loaded.
Follow these guidelines when you prepare a document for scanning:
• Before scanning documents that contain pasted artwork, make sure
that the ink or paste is thoroughly dry. If the documents are scanned
with wet ink or paste, the inside of the scanner may become dirty and
it may cause a malfunction.
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Placing Documents
Document Feeding and Scanning
Note the following points when placing documents on the scanner.
• Place the front of the document toward you.
• A maximum of 50 documents or a document stack no higher
than 5 mm (0.2") can be loaded at one time.
• Move the stopper to the edge of the document in the document
tray in accordance with the document. Otherwise, this may
cause a paper eject error.
• When scanning multiple documents, sort them into batches of
uniform paper quality and thickness and load each batch
separately. Note that loading mixed batches may cause paper
jams.
• When scanning relatively thick (0.15 mm to 0.2 mm (0.005" to
0.008") documents, the feeding process may cause the
document to curl and cause paper jams at the document feed
opening. For such documents, load no more than 10 sheets at
one time.
This section describes how to load and scan documents.
CAUTION
• Avoid wearing loose fitting clothing, dangling jewelry, long ties,
or long hair that could become entangled with moving parts,
especially the rollers that feed paper through the scanner. If
such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect the
power plug from the power outlet.
• Check the paper stack and remove all clips, staples, pins, or
any other type of metal or plastic fastener. These objects may
cause damage to the document, a paper jam, or a scanner
malfunction.
• Do not touch documents that are being fed under any
circumstances. The documents that are being fed may cut your
hand.
Scan Procedure
IMPORTANT
Align the documents and set the bottom of the documents level in the
document tray.
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1
Pull out the document feed tray.
2
Carefully align the edges of the document.
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5
Load the documents with their front sides facing right
and with their edges flush against the document load
mark.
NOTE
When Using the Accompanying Scanning Utility for CR-50/80:
There are three scanning methods as follows. Follow the each
instruction.
Scan 1 page
Click [Scan Page] from the [File] menu.
Scan Batch to File
a Click [Scan Batch to File] from the [File] menu.
b Input the File name, and then click [Save].
c Select Simplex or Duplex, and then click [Start Scanning].
Scan Batch to Printer
a Click [Scan Batch to Printer] from the [File] menu.
b Select Simplex or Duplex, and then click [Start Scanning].
Document
Load Mark
4
Instruct scanning to start from the software application.
Adjust the Eject Stopper in accordance with the
document.
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Scanning starts.
NOTE
When printing with the imprinter, ink may get on the leading edge of
the document because the documents are ejected onto the printed
surface.
Ink residue
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Printed text
(back side)
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes the problems that might occur in the CR-50/80,
and how to remedy them.
Clearing Paper Jams
If paper has jammed, open the Maintenance Cover and remove the
jammed paper.
When the Scanner Is Not Recognized
The following causes and remedies describe why your computer may
not recognize the scanner.
Cause
Remedy
Cause
Remedy
Cause
Remedy
Cause
Remedy
Cause
Remedy
IMPORTANT
Do not attempt to pull the jammed paper upwards or backwards
against the feeding direction. Doing so can damage the internal parts
of the scanner.
The Scanning Utility is not installed.
Install the Scanning Utility before connecting the
scanner to the computer. (See “Setting Up the Scanner,”
on p. 17 in Instructions.)
The scanner is not correctly connected to the
computer.
Connect the scanner to the computer correctly. (See
“Connecting the Scanner to a Computer,” on p. 21 in
Instructions.)
The USB interface provided as standard with your
computer is not compatible with the scanner.
Not all USB interfaces provided as standard with
personal computers are guaranteed. Contact your local
authorized Canon dealer for more detailed information.
(See “Checking Your Operating Environment,” on p. 18
in Instructions.)
USB cable is not compatible with the scanner.
Use the USB cable provided with the scanner. (See
“Checking Your Operating Environment,” on p. 18 in
Instructions.)
USB hub is not compatible with the scanner.
Remove the USB hub to use the scanner. (See
“Checking Your Operating Environment,” on p. 18 in
Instructions.)
CAUTION
• Be careful when you clear a paper jam. You may be injured
unexpectedly. For example, the paper edges may cut your
fingers, or the document may be damaged.
• Remove all jammed sheets of paper. Paper scraps left inside
the scanner may cause a paper jam or malfunction.
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Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
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3
If the paper is jammed at any other area: Pull the paper forward
and clear the jam from the nearest opening.
While lowering the down the OPEN lever, open the
reading unit.
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Gently close the reading unit until it clicks into place.
5
Gently close the Maintenance Cover until it clicks into place.
Remove the paper that has jammed.
If the paper is jammed at the pickup area: Pull the paper forward
and clear the jam from the Maintenance Cover.
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The Scanner Does Not Turn ON
Feeding Trouble
Check the following conditions, and take the appropriate action.
The power switch is not in the ON position.
Turn the switch into the ON position. (See "Turning ON the Power"
on p. 14 in Installation Guide.)
The power cord is not connected into a power outlet.
Connect the power cord into a power outlet. (See "Connecting the
Power Cord" on p. 14 in Installation Guide.)
If the document is not fed properly or the detection functions do not
work properly, remedy the problem by checking the following
conditions.
Condition
Cause and
Remedy
Condition
Cause and
Remedy
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A paper jam has occurred.
• Check to make sure that the size and thickness of the
document are within the supported range of the
scanner, and if the quality of the paper is appropriate.
For cautions on handling documents, see
“Documents” on p. 6.
• Documents with rough surfaces may cause a paper
feed error to occur.
• Dirty or worn rollers inside the scanner may cause a
paper jam.
Clean the rollers if they are dirty. (See “Cleaning the
Scanning Glass and Rollers” on p. 13.) Worn rollers
must be replaced. Contact your local authorized
Canon dealer or service representative to have the
scanner serviced.
• The Separation Roller gap is too wide. Adjust the
Separation Roller gap. (See “Adjusting the Separation
Roller Gap” on p. 21.)
A double feed error often occurs.
A double feed error may occur when documents with
different thicknesses are mixed.
If the above-mentioned method is not effective or you
are using the CR-50/80 scanner, adjust the Separation
Roller gap. (See “Adjusting the Separation Roller Gap”
on p. 21.)
Condition
Cause and
Remedy
Other
Causes
Condition
Cause and
Remedy
Other
Causes
Condition
Cause and
Remedy
MICR characters are not recognized correctly.
• The scanner cannot correctly read MICR characters if
the magnetic heads are dirty. Clean the MICR
magnetic heads. (See “Cleaning the Magnetic Heads”
on p. 15.)
• If MICR characters cannot be recognized correctly
after cleaning the heads, the MICR heads may be
worn. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer or
service representative to have the scanner serviced.
• The MICR text is on the back of the document. Load
the side with the MICR characters face up in the
document tray.
• Some of the MICR characters are scratched or
missing. Splattered MICR ink or toner may also be the
problem.
The imprinter is not printing correctly (missing
imprint dots).
Ink is clogged in the ink jet nozzle. Clean the ink jet
nozzle. Cleaning the ink jet nozzle is recommended
before using the CR-50/80. (See “Cleaning the Ink Jet
Nozzles” on p. 16.)
The ink cartridge may be empty.
When the Scanned Image Is Not
Normal
If there is a problem with the scanned image (the image is not sharp
or stripes appear), one of the following conditions may be a probable
cause. Check the following conditions, and take the appropriate
action.
The scanning glass or rollers are dirty.
If the scanning glass or rollers are dirty, the dirt will appear on the
scanned image.
Clean the scanning glass and rollers. For details, see “Cleaning
the Scanning Glass and Rollers” on p. 13.
The scan conditions are inappropriate.
If the scan conditions are inappropriate, the scanned image will not
be sharp or will appear as dark.
Check the brightness and other scanner settings.
If the scanned image is blurry or the document has not been
scanned at all, the brightness may be set too high. If the scanned
image appears dark, the brightness may be set too low.
Also, check the settings on the driver and the software application.
The driver or application does not run correctly.
Documents get dirty when using the imprinter.
Ink from the imprinter has been placed on the feed path.
Clean the ink off the feed path. (See “Cleaning the Ink
Jet Nozzles” on p. 16 and “Cleaning the Inside of the
Scanner” on p. 13.)
If the document cannot be scanned correctly even if the scan
conditions are adjusted, the driver or the application may not be
functioning correctly.
Reinstall the driver or application.
For details on how to install the driver, see “Installing the Software,”
on p. 19 in Instructions.
For details on how to install the application, see the applications
instruction manual.
Other Causes
Even if the computer may be recognizing the scanner correctly, and
the driver and the application is installed correctly, scanning may not
be performed correctly. If this happens, the interface card is not
compatible. Use the recommended interface card.
If the above remedies do not rectify the problem, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service representative to have the
scanner serviced.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner
This chapter describes how to clean and maintain the scanner.
Dust or paper particles inside the scanner can cause lines in scanned
images. Use compressed air for regular cleaning of dust and paper
particles from inside the scanner. After finishing a large scanning job,
you should turn OFF the scanner and then clean off any paper
particles that are remaining.
Daily Cleaning
To ensure high-quality image scanning, regularly clean your CR-50/80
as described below.
CAUTION
Cleaning the Scanning Glass and Rollers
• Before you clean the scanner, turn OFF the scanner and
computer, and disconnect the power cord from the power
outlet. Otherwise, it may cause an electrical shock.
• Never clean the scanner with any kind of organic solvent, such
as alcohol, benzene, or paint thinner. This may cause a fire and
electrical shock, or cause the exterior of the scanner to
disfigure or discolor.
• Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning
glass. The spray could penetrate below the glass and
contaminate the internal light source and lenses.
If stripes appear on scanned images or if dirt appears on scanned
documents, clean the scanning glass and rollers. Clean the scanning
glass and rollers regularly.
1
Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
Cleaning the Main Unit
Wipe the scanner with a firmly wrung cloth, moistened slightly with
water or mild detergent. Then, wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
2
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While lowering the open lever, open the reading unit.
WARNING
NOTE
• Use cotton swabs to clean the rollers in locations that are too narrow
for your fingers, such as a, b, j, n, o, and p.
• Rollers in positions b, d, e, k, and p are turned by the roller in
position e. Turn the roller in position e to wipe the rollers.
• Rollers in positions m and n comprise two rollers each, an upper
roller and a lower roller.
• Do not force the rollers if they will not turn. In this case, wipe dirt only
off of the exposed area.
Do not use flammable liquids to clean the scanner, including
alcohol, benzene, or paint thinner.
3
Spin the rollers while wiping them clean with a firmly
wrung cloth dampened with water or a mild detergent.
There are 18 roller positions, as shown in the diagram below.
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Use cotton swabs to clean the entire scanning glass. There
are two scanning glass areas, one on each side. Use a
cotton swab to wipe dirt from the entire surface of each.
Scanning
Glass
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Cleaning the Magnetic Heads
IMPORTANT
If the magnetic heads are dirty, then MICR characters cannot be
scanned correctly. Periodically, clean the magnetic heads with a
commercially available audio head cleaner.
Scratches on the scanning glass may cause marks on the images
and could cause feeding errors. If there are scratches on the
scanning glass, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or
service representative.
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1
Gently close the reading unit until it clicks into place.
2
6
Gently close the Maintenance Cover until it clicks into
place.
Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
Use a commercially available audio head cleaner to clean
the magnetic heads.
The magnetic head is located in the position shown in the diagram
below.
Magnetic
Head
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Cleaning the Ink Jet Nozzles
Gently close the Maintenance Cover until it clicks into
place.
Ink that collects around the ink jet nozzles may stain your documents
or cause the text to appear as scratched. Clean the area around the
ink jet nozzles periodically. Cleaning the ink jet nozzles is also efficient
action when the printed text becomes faint.
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2
Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
Dampen a cloth with water, wring the cloth out
thoroughly, and then wipe off the dirt around the ink
absorber.
Ink
Absorber
IMPORTANT
If your documents are stained and smudged from printing even after
you clean the ink absorber, you should replace the ink absorber.
Contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service
representative.
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7
Remove the ink cartridge.
For more information, see “Replacing the Ink Cartridge” on p. 18.
4
Use a dry cotton swab to wipe off any ink on the ink jet
nozzle.
If the text still appear faint after this operation, replace the ink
cartridge (See “Replacing the Ink Cartridge” on p. 18.)
5
Set the ink cartridge.
For more information, see “Replacing the Ink Cartridge” on p. 18.
6
Carefully replace the Imprinter Cover.
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Gently close the Maintenance Cover until it clicks into
place.
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Maintenance
Remove the Imprinter Cover.
Make the following adjustments to maintain scanning quality.
Replacing the Ink Cartridge
The ink cartridge needs to be replaced if the printed text becomes
scratchy or faint even if you have cleaned the ink jet nozzle.
The ink cartridge is not included with the scanner. Purchase an ink
cartridge separately, as shown below.
Manufacturer
: Hewlett Packard
Ink Cartridge Blue : C6602B (Canon#3693A002)
Ink Cartridge Red : C6602R (Canon#3693A003)
Ink Cartridge Green: C6602G (Canon#3693A004)
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IMPORTANT
• The ink disposal tank must be replaced when the ink cartridge is
replaced.
• To replace the ink cartridge, turn the scanner OFF before removing
the Maintenance Cover. After the ink cartridge is set, replace the
Maintenance Cover, and then turn the scanner back ON.
• Finish up the unpacked ink cartridge as soon as possible. More
frequent cleaning of the ink cartridge is required if long time elapses
after unpacking.
1
Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
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Squeeze in both sides of the print position adjustment
lever and move the print cartridge carriage to its lowest
position.
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6
Push back the ink cartridge lock lever in the direction of
the arrow in the diagram below, and pull out the ink
cartridge by grasping the tab as shown in the diagram.
Push down the ink cartridge until it clicks into place.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
Make sure that the ink cartridge lock lever locks the ink cartridge into
the correct position.
Do not touch the ink jet nozzle right after imprinting. The nozzle
may be very hot.
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Place the ink cartridge shown in the diagram below.
If the cartridge does not
load properly, see step 7.
Ink Cartridge
Lock Lever
CAUTION
Do not touch the electrical contact on the carriage. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
NOTE
Do not use more than one cartridge by rotation. If you do so,
applications cannot check the ink level precisely.
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7
8
Squeeze the Print Position Adjustment Lever and move it
to adjust the print position.
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Top:
50.5 mm (1.99") from the bottom edge of the document
Middle:
47 mm (1.85") from the bottom edge of the document
Bottom:
43.5 mm (1.71") from the bottom edge of the document
If the ink head drops back when installed, the two ink cartridge
pins will not fit into the holes on the carriage. Push back the ink
cartridge lock lever a in the direction of the arrow and reset the
cartridge in the correct position b.
Ink Cartridge
Holes
Ink Cartridge
Pins
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Carefully replace the Imprinter Cover.
Gently close the Maintenance Cover until it clicks into
place.
Adjusting the Separation Roller Gap
3
If double feed should occur too often, adjust the Separation Roller gap
according to the following procedure.
Load two checks or check-stock paper together.
Separation
Roller
IMPORTANT
• Make sure that the size, thickness, and weight of your document
meets the conditions of this scanner. See “Documents” on p. 6.
• Your unit has been carefully adjusted to meet most conditions.
However, the below adjustment may be needed depending on your
environment (humidity, temperature, etc.) and the documents you
are scanning (checks, etc.). Perform the adjustment only if
necessary.
1
Feeding
Roller
Hook your finger around the open lever and open the
Maintenance Cover.
Paper Thickness
Adjustment Dial
4
Slide the two sheets through between the feeding roller
and the separation roller and stop at the position shown
below.
Two Sheets
2
Pull out the document feed tray.
NOTE
If you were unable to slide both sheets through the gap between the
rollers, turn the paper thickness adjustment dial counter-clockwise
(left) until both sheets two pieces easily slide through the gap.
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5
6
8
Gently remove one of the sheets.
Confirm that the document feeds properly.
See "Confirming Proper Document Feeding" on p. 37 in
Instructions.
If additional assistance is required, contact your local authorized
Canon dealer or service representative.
Adjust the gap between the feeding roller and the
separation roller to optimum width.
While one sheet remains in place between the rollers,
continuously attempt to slide the second sheet (in front of the
remaining sheet) to the right, back through the roller gap.
Slowly turn the paper thickness adjustment dial clockwise (right)
just until the second sheet stops feeding into the gap.
9
Place a marking label on the unit pointing to the
adjustment dial as illustrated below. This will serve as a
reference point for future adjustments if required.
Second sheet
does not feed
into the gap.
Marking labels for thickness
adjustment dial
IMPORTANT
Turning the Adjustment Dial clockwise too much may damage the
rollers.
7
Remove the sheets from the paper path and close the
Maintenance Cover.
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Index
A
Adjusting the Print Position.......................................................... 20
Amount loaded .............................................................................. 7
C
Cleaning
Main unit................................................................................ 13
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner ............................................. 13
D
Daily Cleaning ............................................................................. 13
Documents .................................................................................... 6
Document................................................................................ 6
How to place documents......................................................... 7
F
Feeding Trouble .......................................................................... 11
I
Ink Cartridge ................................................................................ 18
Ink Jet Nozzle .............................................................................. 16
M
Magnetic head ............................................................................. 15
Maintenance ................................................................................ 18
N
Number of pages loaded ............................................................... 7
P
Print Position Adjustment Lever .................................................. 18
R
Rollers ......................................................................................... 13
S
Scanning Glass ........................................................................... 13
T
The Scanner Does Not Turn ON ................................................. 11
Troubleshooting............................................................................. 9
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