-STUDIO 28 / 35 / 45
DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER
OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR COPYING FUNCTION
The Document Business Class.
WARNING:
Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by
TOSHIBA TEC or parties authorized by TOSHIBA TEC, could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
EPA ENERGY STAR ® (MFD)
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has introduced a voluntary program, ENERGY
STAR Program, to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that
enhance the workplace, improve product performance and prevent pollution. As an ENERGY STAR Partner,
the TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION has determined that this copier model meets the ENERGY STAR
guidelines for energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR guidelines for this class of copier require ENERGY STAR copiers to have an 'Off Mode'
feature that automatically turns the copier off after a period of inactivity, ensuring night and weekend shutoff. The copier must also automatically change to a 'Low Power Mode' (Automatic Energy Save) after a period
of time since the last usage.
For Copier+Printer or FAX models, ENERGY STAR guidelines require ENERGY STAR Multifunction copiers
to have a 'Sleep Mode' feature that automatically makes the copier enter the sleep mode after a period of
inactivity. The copier must also automatically change to a 'Low Power Mode' (Automatic Energy Save) after
a period of time since the last usage.
Specifically, this copier complies with the following requirements ––––
e-STUDIO45/35/28 Copier model (Base model)
'Off Mode'The copier consumes less than 20 watts (e-STUDIO45) /15 watts (e-STUDIO35/28) in the 'Off Mode'.
'Off Mode' Default TimeThe default time for the 'Off Mode' is 60 minutes.
'Automatic Energy Save'The copier consumes less than 178 watts (e-STUDIO45) /139 watts (e-STUDIO35) / 112 watts
(e-STUDIO28) during Energy Save.
'Automatic Energy Save' Default TimeThe default time for the 'Automatic Energy Save' is 15 minutes.
e-STUDIO45/35/28 Copier + Printer model (Multifunction model)
'Sleep Mode'The copier consumes less than 95 watts (e-STUDIO45) /80 watts (e-STUDIO35/28) in the 'Sleep
Mode'.
'Sleep Mode' Default TimeThe default time for the 'Sleep Mode' is 60 minutes.
'Automatic Energy Save'The copier consumes less than 223 watts (e-STUDIO45)/ 184 watts (e-STUDIO35) / 157 watts
(e-STUDIO28) during Energy Save.
'Automatic Energy Save' Default TimeThe default time for the 'Automatic Energy Save' is 15 minutes.
Note1- The default setting for the 'Off Mode' or 'Sleep Mode' and 'Automatic Energy save' can be changed.
Note2- To restart the copier after an automatic shutoff or in the sleep mode, press the power key on the control
panel.
Note3- In the sleep mode, if the FAX or printer data are received, or the power key on the control panel is
pressed, the copier starts warming itself up and prints out the data when it becomes ready.
Note4- For Copier models (Base models), after an automatic shutoff, the weekly timer feature cannot be
activated. If you prefer to activate this feature, contact your authorized Toshiba dealer.
* Note 4 is applied to the regions with power requirements other than 100V.
In accordance with the EPA ENERGY STAR Program guidelines, this copier is suitable for the use of recycled
copier paper (with up to 100% post-consumer content) meeting the requirements as specified in ENV 12281
(paper-printing and business paper-Requirements for copy paper for dry toner imaging processes).
If you have any questions regarding the use of recycled paper or some recommended types of recycled paper,
please contact your authorized Toshiba dealer.
ENERGY STAR is a U. S. registered mark.
TOSHIBA QUALITY IS SECOND TO NONE
e-STUDIO45/35/28 Toner Cartridge
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ORIGINAL & GENUINE TOSHIBA TONER
T-3500E
NET 450 gr
FOR e-STUDIO45/35
COMPONENTS: Stylene acrylate
copolymer,Carbon black
Organic Pigment
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
AGITER AVANT EMPLOI.
VOR GEBRAUCH GUT SCHUTTELN.
AGITARE BENE PRIMA DELL'USO.
SACUDIR BIEN ANTES DE USAR.
1-1, Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 101-8442, Japan
PHONE:81-3-3438-6854
MADE IN JAPAN / FABRIQUE AU JAPON
HERGESTELLT IN JAPAN / HECHO EN JAPON
FATTO IN GIAPPONE
It is recommended that genuine TOSHIBA supplies and parts be used in order to obtain optimum results.
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Supplies / Parts
Dependability
Genuine Toshiba supplies are subjected to the strictest of inspections so that every supply you receive
will perform at optimal levels.
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High Productivity
Genuine Toshiba supplies are created to meet the demands of our competitive world and provide highspeed reliable trouble-free copies when you need them.
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Stable Image Quality
Genuine Toshiba supplies are designed to provide consistently stable image output day after day.
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Copier Kind
Genuine Toshiba supplies are designed to keep the copier and all its parts in trouble-free working order.
Reduction of machine wear is due to Toshiba´s intimate knowledge of the copier’s characteristics ensuring
the highest standard of care.
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Machine Balance
From the beginning Toshiba supplies and machines were made for each other. Whenever Toshiba designs
a new machine, it also designs a new toner that is made just for that machine. By using Genuine Toshiba
supplies with Toshiba copiers you guarantee optimum performance.
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TOSHIBA QUALITY IS SECOND TO NONE (Cont.)
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Toners
Optimum Image Quality
Genuine Toshiba toners use ultra-fine quality materials and precisely controlled parameters so that
Toshiba copiers can continually generate sharp high-quality image output.
Cost Advantage
Genuine Toshiba toners mean value. They are designed to use only the proper amount of toner enabling
the machine to continue to operate until all the toner has been used. In this way you get the full value of
the toner.
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Environmental Harmony
Genuine Toshiba toners are designed with the environment in mind. To care for Mother Earth, we use
embossed or plastic labels making our toners fully recyclable. In addition, harmful dust and ozone levels
have been reduced to improve the working environment.
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Human Friendly
Genuine Toshiba toners are people-friendly. Before approving our toners for sale, we test them to be
sure that they pass the strictest of health standards. This takes the worry out of handling the toner.
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General
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ISO 9000 and ISO 14000
Toshiba toner plants are ISO 9001 or ISO 9002 and ISO 14001 certified.
Therefore quality of craftsmanship and environmental friendly production are guaranteed from the
factory.
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Service and Support Benefits
Toshiba´s Service engineers are certified to keep your copier performing at optimum levels. To ensure
continuous image quality it is highly recommended to utilize an authorized Toshiba service provider to
care for and perform periodical maintenance so that you can get full benefit from your copier.
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the Toshiba Digital Copier e-STUDIO45/35/28. This Operator’s Manual
describes the following:
• how to use the digital copier
• how to inspect and carry out maintenance on the digital copier
• how to remedy mechanical and copying problems
Before using the digital copier, thoroughly read and understand this Operator’s Manual. To ensure that
clean copies are made at all times and to keep your digital copier in optimum working order, this Operator’s
Manual should be readily available for future reference.
When the digital copier is used as a printer and a FAX, be sure to read the Operator’s Manual for Printing
Functions and the Operator’s Manual for Facsimile Functions.
To ensure correct and safe use of the Toshiba Digital Copier e-STUDIO45/35/28, this Operator’s
Manual describes safety precautions according to the following three levels of warning:
Before reading this Operator’s Manual, you should fully understand the meaning and importance of
these signal words.
Warning .. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death,
serious injury, or serious damage, or fire in the equipment or surrounding assets.
Caution ... Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury, partial damage of the equipment or surrounding assets, or loss of data.
Note ....... Indicates a procedure you should follow to ensure the optimal performance of the digital
copier and problem-free copying.
Tip .......... Describes information that is useful to know when operating the digital copier.
Advice .... Describes an operation you should follow to keep the digital copier in good working order.
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference
in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
1. Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment.
2. Before opening any covers or removing any units from the copier, discharge the static electricity
from your body by touching a metal part of the copier.
This product is carrying the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives. Toshiba Europe GmbH, Carl-Schurz-Str. 7, 41460 Neuss, Germany. Phone +49-2131-1245-0, is responsible for
CE-marking.
COPYRIGHT 2000
TOSHIBA TEC COPORATION
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PREFACE (Cont.)
Features of the e-STUDIO45/35/28
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The e-STUDIO45/35/28 is a digital copier that can also be used as a printer, scanner/printer, and
facsimile by installing the related options. (Please check with your authorized Toshiba dealers to purchase
these options.)
The e-STUDIO45/35/28 scans originals and stores the resulting data in its memory as digital images.
The e-STUDIO45/35/28 allows you to process and edit these digital image data, as well as enabling
copies to be sorted and grouped quietly, quickly and easily. The e-STUDIO45/35/28 incorporates a
touch panel that graphically represents copier functions. As a result, anybody can make clear-looking
copies quickly and easily.
The e-STUDIO45/35/28 also has the following convenient features and functions.
Copying speed is 45 copies (A4) per minute for the e-STUDIO45, 35 copies (A4) per minute for the
e-STUDIO35, and 28 copies (A4) per minute for the e-STUDIO28.
New originals can be scanned while the previous originals are being copied.
The energy-saving POWER key on the control panel suppresses unnecessary power consumption
when the e-STUDIO45/35/28 is in standby mode.
The warming up time is only about 30 seconds.
The automatic original density mode automatically reads the density of the original to set the ideal
copy density.
The size of the original is automatically read and the appropriate paper size and reproduction ratio
are automatically selected.
Wide reproduction range from 25% to 400% (25% to 200% when the optional reversing automatic
document feeder is used).
Duplex copies or single-sided copies can be made from two-sided originals. Duplex copies can also
be made from single-sided originals.
The following digital image editing functions are standard:
Trimming, masking, negative/positive reversal, X-Y zoom and mirror image, etc.
The following memory editing functions are standard:
2 in 1, 4 in 1, document storage, annotation and page numbering
With the electronic sort function, you can sort at high speed without damaging the originals.
The cover-sheet mode allows you to add cover pages as the first and/or last pages of the copies. The
sheet-insertion mode allows you to insert copied and /or blank sheets at specified pages by the user.
Copy sizes from A5-R up to A3 are acceptable.
The e-STUDIO45 has 2 finisher options, and the e-STUDIO35/28 3 finisher options. Each option
offers quick sorting and stapling of copies. An optional hole punching unit can be installed with the
console type finishers.
A weekly timer allows automatic turning ON or OFF of the power supply at the specified startup or
shutdown times, respectively.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Toshiba quality is second to none ...................................................................................................... 1
Preface .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Features of the e-STUDIO45/35/28 ...................................................................................................... 4
Table of contents .................................................................................................................................. 5
Precautions .......................................................................................................................................... 8
1. Installation .......................................................................................................................................... 8
2. General precautions .......................................................................................................................... 9
Forgery prevention function ............................................................................................................. 10
1. Before making copies ...................................................................................................................... 1-1
1. Description of the digital copier and the optional equipment ....................................................... 1-2
• Main components ........................................................................................................................ 1-2
• Optional equipment ..................................................................................................................... 1-3
• Control panel ............................................................................................................................... 1-4
• Touch panel ................................................................................................................................. 1-6
• Total counter ................................................................................................................................ 1-8
2. Copy paper ..................................................................................................................................... 1-9
• Acceptable paper types and sizes/Handling and storing paper ............................................... 1-9
• Changing the paper size of the cassette/Setting the cassette for special uses .................... 1-10
3. Turning ON the power switch ...................................................................................................... 1-13
• Turning ON the power switch/Auto job start ............................................................................ 1-13
• Controlling the use of the copier with department codes ....................................................... 1-14
• Controlling the use of the copier using the optional key copy counters ................................ 1-15
2. How to make copies ......................................................................................................................... 2-1
1. General copying procedures ......................................................................................................... 2-2
2. Setting originals .............................................................................................................................. 2-4
3. Auto job start ................................................................................................................................... 2-8
4. Interrupt copying ............................................................................................................................. 2-9
5. Stopping the copy operation ....................................................................................................... 2-10
6. Deleting or changing order of pending jobs .............................................................................. 2-12
3. Setting of basic copy modes ........................................................................................................... 3-1
1. Paper selection ............................................................................................................................... 3-2
• Automatic paper selection (APS) ................................................................................................ 3-2
• Manual paper selection .............................................................................................................. 3-3
• Bypass copying ........................................................................................................................... 3-4
2. Reduction and enlargement copying ............................................................................................ 3-6
3. Selecting types of copying (1-sided, 2-sided, book-type) ............................................................ 3-9
4. Copy density adjustment ............................................................................................................. 3-15
5. Selecting image quality types of originals (text, photo, text/photo) ........................................... 3-17
4. Using the editing functions .............................................................................................................. 4-1
1. Image shift copying ........................................................................................................................ 4-2
2. Edge erase copying ....................................................................................................................... 4-4
3. Dual-page copying ......................................................................................................................... 4-5
4. X-Y zoom copying .......................................................................................................................... 4-6
5. Image editing .................................................................................................................................. 4-7
• Trimming/Masking ........................................................................................................................ 4-7
• Mirror image ................................................................................................................................ 4-9
• Negative/Positive reversal ....................................................................................................... 4-10
6. 2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 copying ................................................................................................................. 4-11
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)
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7. Copying with annotation added ..................................................................................................
8. Page numbering copying ............................................................................................................
9. Magazine sort copying (from editing menu) ...............................................................................
10. Cover sheet copying .................................................................................................................
11. Sheet insertion copying ............................................................................................................
12. Document storage .....................................................................................................................
13. Direction of copy images (rotation) ..........................................................................................
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5. Using the special functions ............................................................................................................. 5-1
1. Continuous original feeding/Single original feeding ....................................................................5-2
2. Copying mixed-sized originals ...................................................................................................... 5-4
3. Mode memory copying ................................................................................................................... 5-5
4. Copying on special types of paper ................................................................................................ 5-8
5. Weekly timer ................................................................................................................................ 5-10
6. Setting the other paper sizes (other key) .................................................................................... 5-12
7. Setting the date and time ............................................................................................................ 5-13
8. Setting automatic energy saving mode ...................................................................................... 5-14
9. Setting automatic shutoff mode ................................................................................................... 5-15
10. Switching between languages ................................................................................................. 5-16
11. Department codes ..................................................................................................................... 5-17
12. Entering letters .......................................................................................................................... 5-24
6. Selecting finishing modes (Using the optional finishers) ............................................................. 6-1
1. Finishing modes and finishers (optional) ...................................................................................... 6-2
2. Sort/group copying ......................................................................................................................... 6-3
3. Staple mode .................................................................................................................................... 6-5
4. Alternate stacking mode ................................................................................................................. 6-7
5. Hole punching mode ...................................................................................................................... 6-8
6. Magazine sort & Saddle stitching mode ........................................................................................ 6-9
7. When graphic symbols flash on the touch panel .......................................................................... 7-1
1. Description of the flashing graphic symbols ................................................................................. 7-2
2. Add paper symbol .......................................................................................................................... 7-3
• Adding paper to the cassettes .................................................................................................... 7-3
• Adding paper to the large-capacity feeder (optional) ................................................................ 7-4
3. Replace toner cartridge symbol ..................................................................................................... 7-5
4. Clear paper symbol ..................................................................................................................... 7-10
Reversing automatic document feeder (optional) .................................................................... 7-10
Cassette feeding area ............................................................................................................... 7-12
Large-capacity feeder (optional) .............................................................................................. 7-13
Bypass feed unit ........................................................................................................................ 7-13
Automatic duplexer .................................................................................................................... 7-14
Jam releasing unit ..................................................................................................................... 7-14
Fuser unit ................................................................................................................................... 7-15
Relay unit ................................................................................................................................... 7-16
Hole punching unit (optional) ................................................................................................... 7-17
Finisher (optional) ..................................................................................................................... 7-17
Saddle stitching unit (optional) ................................................................................................. 7-19
5. Adding staples ............................................................................................................................. 7-21
6. Removing jammed staples ......................................................................................................... 7-25
7. Clearing accumulated punched paper bits ................................................................................ 7-28
8. Call service symbol ..................................................................................................................... 7-29
9. Periodic maintenance message ................................................................................................. 7-30
8. Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................... 8-1
1. Daily inspection .............................................................................................................................. 8-2
2. Simple troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 8-4
9. Specifications & Options ................................................................................................................. 9-1
1. e-STUDIO45/35/28 specifications ................................................................................................. 9-2
2. Specifications of options ................................................................................................................ 9-3
3. Packing list ...................................................................................................................................... 9-6
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PRECAUTIONS
1. Installation
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Note: The packing material should be disposed of properly.
To obtain the best possible results, this copier should be used in conjunction with a
dedicated AC power line at the following ratings.
220–240V, 50/60Hz, 8A
Notes:
1. The use of other appliances or other equipment on the same line as this copier may adversely
affect performance and copy quality.
2. Be sure to use a 3-conductor, grounded wall outlet.
3. In areas where a 2-pin plug is used, the copier must be grounded for safety.
Never ground it to a gas pipe, a water pipe, or any other object not suitable for grounding.
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The e-STUDIO45/35/28 should be installed by a qualified service technician.
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After a suitable place has been selected for the installation of the e-STUDIO45/35/28,
please do not change it. Avoid excessive heat, dust, vibration and direct sunlight.
Also, provide proper ventilation as the copier emits a small amount of ozone.
Notes:
1. The recommended environmental range for use is as follows:
• Temperature:
10~30°C/50~86°F
• Humidity:
20~85% RH
2. To insure optimal operation, allow clearances of at least 80cm on the left, 80cm on the right and
10 cm in the rear (refer to the illustration below).
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The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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2. General Precautions
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Handle and use the copier gently and carefully.
• Do not place anything on the paper cassettes or the original feeding tray.
• Never allow the power cable to be trampled on or pinched between hard objects, otherwise an
accident or electrical trouble might occur.
• Do not allow any metal items such as paper clips to fall into the copier.
• Do not place anything on the fuser unit or the automatic duplexer. Doing it may cover the ventilation
holes which would cause the temperature of the copier to rise and result in a breakdown.
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Be sure to turn OFF the power switch (unless using the weekly timer mode):
• When you leave your office at night.
• If a power failure occurs.
Caution: When turning OFF the power switch, be sure to do so only after the machine cycling
has come to a complete stop.
Be sure to disconnect the power-cord plug:
• When you do not intend to use the copier for an extended period of time.
Be sure to turn OFF the power switch immediately and call for service:
• If an unusual noise is heard from the copier.
• If the outside of the copier becomes unusually hot.
• If any part of this copier is damaged, or if it has been dropped.
• If the copier has been exposed to rain or liquid.
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It is recommended that only supplies made or designated by Toshiba be used for the
e-STUDIO45/35/28 in order to optimize copy quality. All supplies should be stored
in a cool, dry area.
For optimum performance, it is recommended that 80 g/m2 xerographic bond paper of high quality be
used.
Paper of lower quality may contain inherent properties such as excess paper dust and may lead to
premature servicing.
Explanatory Label
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WARNING: DO NOT LEAN ON, APPLY FORCE OR PLACE HEAVY OBJECTS ON THE FINISHER. PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
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Machine Noise Information
Ordinance3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The maximum sound pressure level is equal to or less than
70dB(A) according to EN27779.
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FORGERY PREVENTION FUNCTION
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This copier has a forgery prevention function.
Please ensure that your digital copier is not used for making copies of prohibited items.
1. BEFORE MAKING COPIES
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1. Description of the digital copier and the optional equipment ..... 1-2
• Main components .......................................................................................... 1-2
• Optional equipment ....................................................................................... 1-3
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• Control panel ................................................................................................. 1-4
• Touch panel ................................................................................................... 1-6
• Total counter .................................................................................................. 1-8
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2. Copy paper ................................................................................ 1-9
• Acceptable paper types and sizes/Handling and storing paper ..................... 1-9
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• Changing the paper size of the cassette/Setting the cassette for special uses ........ 1-10
3. Turning ON the power switch .................................................... 1-13
• Turning ON the power switch/Auto job start ................................................. 1-13
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• Controlling the use of the copier with department codes ............................. 1-14
• Controlling the use of the copier using the optional key copy counters ............. 1-15
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL COPIER AND THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Main Components
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*Original Cover
(optional)
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Operator’s
Manual Pocket
(back side)
Original Scale
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Control Panel
Inner Tray
Main Power
Switch
Automatic Duplexer
Front Cover
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Bypass Guide
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Touch Panel Contrast Adjustment Volume
(back side of the control panel)
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BEFORE MAKING COPIES
Optional Equipment
Key Copy Counter
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Records (or accumulates) the number of copies made by each person or group separately.
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
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Automatically feeds a placed stack of originals one by one to have them copied.
Large-Capacity Feeder
Feeds up to 2500 sheets of A4-sized paper (recommended by Toshiba) continuously.
A paper feed pedestal can also be installed instead. Ask your service technician for details.
Finisher
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Enables the use of the hole punching (available when the optional hole punching unit is installed) and
saddle stitching modes in addition to the sort, group and stapling modes. There are 2 console types
and a hanging type. (The hanging type can be installed in the e-STUDIO35 and the e-STUDIO28.)
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Hole Punching Unit
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Makes punch holes on copies. This unit can be installed in the console type finishers.
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Finisher
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
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Hole Punching Unit
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Key Copy Counter
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL COPIER AND THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.)
Control Panel
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Touch panel
Displays the copier conditions, operating procedures, and various instructions and information to the
user in text and graphics.
PRINTER/NETWORK key
If you have a print option installed, press this key to access the printer function.
DATA LED/ERROR LED
DATA LED lights when the device has received data. ERROR LED lights when a communication error
occurs.
COPY key
Press this key to select the copy function.
FAX key
Press this key to select the fax function.
MEMORY RX LED
This LED lights when the memory contains a received original standing by to be printed.
MAIN POWER LED
This LED shows the AC power supply status. When the copier is ready to be used in the energy saving
mode, it is green. It becomes red in the auto shutoff (or sleep) mode.
* In the regions with power requirements of 200V, when the copier does not have the optional facsimile or printer function installed, the LED goes out in the auto shutoff mode.
POWER key
Without the optional facsimile or printer installed:
When you are not going to use the copier for a while, press this key for two seconds, which automatically turns off the main power switch. To resume copying, turn on the main power switch.
With the optional facsimile or printer installed:
Pressing this key for two seconds cuts off unnecessary electricity, and turns off the touch panel and all
indicator lamps except the MAIN POWER LED in the shutoff mode. However, pressing this key will not
cut off the power supply to the FAX reception detection circuit and the printer board, which allows
automatic return of the device when it receives FAX or printer data.
To resume copying, press this key again. The copier will become ready for copying within 30
seconds.
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Automatic Function Clear
Even if you do not press the FUNCTION CLEAR
key, within 30 seconds after copying is finished or
after the last key is pressed in a copy procedure, the
automatic function clear mode will work to clear all
settings to defaults, and the basic screen will be displayed. While the department management function
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BEFORE MAKING COPIES
Digital keys
Use these keys to enter the number of copies you want to make. Up to 999 copies can be set.
They can also be used for setting time and department codes, and for sheet insertion, etc.
INTERRUPT key
While copying is already in progress, press this key when you want to make copies of different originals. Pressing the key again will return you to the previous copy job.
FUNCTION CLEAR key
When this key is pressed, all selected copy modes are cleared to default settings.
* Automatic Function Clear
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CLEAR/STOP key
Use this key to correct an incorrect copy quantity entered, or to stop an ongoing scan and copy
operation. During scanning, pressing the key once will stop the copier; pressing it twice will clear the
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copy quantity to the default setting.
JOB STATUS key
Press this key to see the job list, to delete or move jobs, to confirm the job status, to change the
cassette setting, or to display the counter. Graphic symbols flash when there is no paper in the cassette, the wrong cassette size is set, the finisher is full, the holder for the hole punched paper bits is
full, etc.
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HELP key
When this key is pressed, appropriate operation procedures are displayed.
MONITOR/PAUSE key
This key is used when the copier is used as a facsimile. See the Operator’s Manual for Facsimile
Functions for detail.
START key
Press this key to start copying.
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PRINTER/
NETWORK COPY
MAIN POWER
FAX
POWER
DATA
ERROR
MEMORY RX
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INTERRUPT
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DEF
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JKL
4
7
9
8
FC
WXYZ
9
CLEAR/STOP
11
C/
START
0
JOB STATUS
10
12
MONITOR//PAUSE
HELP
1-5
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL COPIER AND THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.)
Touch Panel
1
2
When the power is turned on, the following basic screen is shown on the touch panel. (If controlled by the
department code or an optional key copy counter, a different screen is displayed. )
On the screen, currently set functions, selected functions and the copier status are shown using messages and graphics.
* The brightness of the touch panel can be adjusted with the touch panel contrast adjustment volume on
the back side of the control panel.
3
4
Reproduction ratio
Total copy
quantity
Currently selected cassette size
Remaining paper level
Remaining copy quantity (sets)
Message
Index keys
Message area
Confirm set functions key
Touch keys area
5
6
Function setting area
Message Area
7
8
9
The following information is shown here:
Copier status, operational instructions, cautionary messages,
reproduction ratios, total copy quantity, paper sizes, remaining
paper level, and remaining copy quantity (sets).
Remaining paper level
The various paper levels indicated on the right show the approximate numbers of sheets when recommended paper is
used.
The numbers in parentheses are applicable when the largecapacity feeder (optional) is used.
10
Touch-keys Area
11
The various function items shown here are touch-key selectable. Press any key lightly with your finger.
Index keys
Used for switching between the Basic, Editing and Program
menu.
Function setting area
This is where you select or set various functions.
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1-6
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
550 ~ 100 (2500 ~ 100)
100 ~ 1
(100 ~ 1)
Confirm set functions key
This key allows you to confirm the functions that have been
set. (The display shown on the right is an example.)
1
2
3
Clearing the Functions Selected
If you again press any key that is highlighted, the function
selected is cleared. Also, if the copier is left inactive for approx.
30 seconds, the automatic function clear (
Page 1-4) works
and the settings will be cleared.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1-7
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL COPIER AND THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.)
Total Counter
1
2
This function displays the total number of copies.
The total counter is a cumulative counter. You cannot clear this counter.
1
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel.
PRINTER/
NETWORK COPY
POWER
DATA
ERROR
MEMORY RX
1
ABC
3
1
2
GHI
5
4
8
JOB STATUS
2
Press the STATUS key.
• The total number of copies of the copier is displayed.
Tip
If you want the copy, FAX list, or printer counter to be displayed in the screen on the right, consult your service technician.
7
8
9
10
11
12
1-8
INTERRUPT
FUNCTION CLEAR
WXYZ
CLEAR/STOP
FC
9
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
C/
START
0
MONITOR//PAUSE
HELP
6
DEF
MNO
6
TUV
PQRS
7
2
3
JKL
4
5
MAIN POWER
FAX
2. COPY PAPER
Acceptable Paper Types and Sizes/Handling and Storing Paper
For optimum copy quality, use the paper recommended by Toshiba. Consult your service technician for
details.
2
Acceptable Paper Types and Sizes
Feeder
Type of paper
• Cassette Plain paper
• Paper feed (64 ~ 80 g/m2) only
pedestal
(optional)
• Large-capac- Plain paper
ity feeder
(64 ~ 80 g/m2) only
(optional)
• Sheet
bypass
Paper size
Maximum
capacity
Standard size
550 sheets
A/B format:
(Height:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, approx.
B5,B5-R, FOLIO
60mm)
Standard size
A/B format: A4 only
Remarks
Plain paper with holes for filing cannot be used.
2500 sheets Plain paper with holes for filing can(Height:approx. not be used.
137mm x2)
Standard size
100 sheets
(Height:
Plain paper (64 ~ 80 g/m2) A/B format:
only
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, approx.
B5,B5-R, FOLIO
11mm)
1-sheet feeding:
1 sheet
50 ~ 209 g/m2 paper, tracing paper, OHP films, laMulti-sheet feeding:
1
Plain paper with holes for filing cannot be used.
Also, some of the items specified
under “type of paper” may not be
used depending on type, thickness
or storing condition. (For details,
consult your service technician.)
3
4
5
6
7
bels
“Maximum capacity” refers to the number of sheets when the paper recommended by Toshiba is set.
8
Handling and Storing Paper
Pay attention to the following points:
• Avoid using paper that is specially treated or paper that was printed on another machine, and also
avoid performing double copying on the same side of paper; this may cause a malfunction.
• Do not use paper with creases, wrinkles or prone to curling, smooth paper, or tough paper; this may
cause paper misfeeds.
• Paper should be wrapped in its wrapping paper and stored in a damp-free place.
• To prevent paper from being folded or bent, store it evenly on a flat surface.
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10
11
12
1-9
2. COPY PAPER (Cont.)
Changing the Paper Size of the Cassette/Setting the Cassette for Special Uses
1
2
3
The paper size of the cassettes of the copier can be changed to desired sizes. The cassettes can also be
set for cover sheet, sheet insertion, FAX and special sheets.
1
2
Pull out the cassette toward you.
3
Push the arrow part (right side) of the size selection
lever to unlock it.
4
While pushing the size selection lever in the direction of the arrow, set the side guide to the desired
paper width (indicated on the bottom surface of the
cassette).
5
6
7
Push the arrow part (left side) to lock the size selection lever.
Push the lower part of the width guide in the direction of the arrow to remove it, and reinstall the width
guide at the desired paper size (indicated on the
bottom surface of the cassette).
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Place paper in the cassette.
Install the cassette into the copier.
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1-10
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
8
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel,
then the CASSETTE key on the touch panel.
1
2
3
9
Press the cassette key corresponding to that in
which the paper size has been changed, then press
the key of the paper size newly set.
• Chinese paper sizes (16K, 8K and 16K-R) can be selected
on the screen which appears when the Next key is pressed
once. Pressing the Next key again will display the LT format (North American paper sizes).
• Press the JOB STATUS or the FUNCTION CLEAR key on
the control panel or RETURN key on the touch panel to
return to the basic screen.
4
5
6
Setting the Cassette for Special Uses
You can set the cassette for various uses (cover sheet, sheet
insertion, FAX and special sheets).
Page 1-9
The acceptable paper is plain paper (64~80g/m2) only.
Cassette for cover sheet
Page 4-18
Cassette for sheet insertion
Page 4-20
Cassette for FAX...Needed when the optional facsimile function is made available (The FAX key is available only when
the facsimile function is installed).
Cassette for special sheets...Colour paper, paper with a
watermark, etc.
1
2
7
8
9
Set the paper in the cassette.
• Place the paper with its face up.
• For changing the paper size in the cassette, follow step 1 to
7 on the previous page.
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel,
then the CASSETTE key on the touch panel.
• Press the NEXT key to display the screen on the right.
10
11
12
1-11
2. COPY PAPER (Cont.)
Changing the Paper Size of the Cassette/Setting the Cassette for Special Uses (Cont.)
1
2
3
Press the cassette key corresponding to that in
which the paper has been set, then select any of the
COVER , INSERT , FAX and SPECIAL keys.
• If you want to select the COVER or INSERT , make sure
that paper with the same size as that for the COVER or
INSERT is set in the other cassette.
3
• The setting is completed as shown on the right.
4
5
6
7
Tip
Up to 2 cassettes can be set for the sheet insertion.
After having set “INSERT 1”, press the cassette key corresponding to that in which the paper for “INSERT 2” has been
set, and press the INSERT key.
8
9
10
11
Clearing the Cassette for Special Uses
Press the cassette key corresponding to that which is
set for the special use, then press the key of the same
mode as the cassette.
• If you clear INSERT 1 when both INSERT 1 and INSERT 2 are
set, the cassette for INSERT 2 changes to INSERT 1.
• Replace the paper set in the cassette as required.
• Press the JOB STATUS or the FUNCTION CLEAR key on the
control panel or the RETURN key on the touch panel to return
the machine to the basic screen.
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1-12
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
3. TURNING ON THE POWER SWITCH
Turning ON the Power Switch/Auto Job Start
Turning ON the Power Switch
1
Open the cover and turn ON the main power switch.
• This message appears on the message panel of the Basic
Screen:
Wait Warming Up
1
2
3
2
About 30 seconds later, the copier will become ready
for copying.
4
• This message appears on the message panel:
READY
5
6
Auto Job Start
While the copier is warming up, place the original on the glass,
select the desired copy modes and press the
The copier starts scanning the originals.
7
START key.
READY
8
When this message appears, copying will automatically start.
9
Tip
Up to 5 jobs can be stored in the memory. Place the originals for
the 6th job on the original glass or the reversing automatic docuSTART key. The followment feeder (optional) and press the
ing message will appear:
10
Auto Start
To clear this status, press the FUNCTION CLEAR or the
CLEAR/STOP key.
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12
1-13
3. TURNING ON THE POWER SWITCH (Cont.)
Controlling the Use of the Copier with Department Codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
With the use of department codes (access codes), you can restrict copier users as well as manage copy
volumes made by individual groups or departments of your company.
Page 5-18
* Registering, changing and deleting a department code
Page 1-15) cannot be used
* The department codes (access codes) and the key copy counters (
together.
1
When the department control function is in use, the
screen shown on the right appears immediately after the main power switch is turned on (or when the
automatic function clear mode is activated).
2
Key in a registered department code (5-digit).
• The copier will be ready for copying.
Tip
• 5-digit numbers that can be used as department codes are
00001 to 99999.
• If the following message remains displayed,
Enter Department Code
the access code you have entered may be incorrect. Key in
the correct code.
7
After the Scanning Operation is Finished
8
If the department control function is in use, be sure to press the
FUNCTION CLEAR key twice when the scanning operation has
been made. The display returns to the department code input
screen and the department control function will remain active.
9
10
11
12
1-14
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
Controlling the Use of the Copier Using the Optional Key Copy Counters
When the optional key copy counter function is available, you can only make copies by inserting your key
copy counter. When you make copies with your key copy counter inserted, the number of copies made is
recorded (or added up) in your counter. Any number of key copy counters can be used.
* For how to use the key copy counter, consult your service technician.
Page 1-14) cannot be used to* The key copy counters and department codes (access codes) (
gether.
1
The following message appears on the basic screen:
1
2
3
Set key copy counter
4
5
2
Insert your key copy counter.
• Holding the counter with its arrow-marked side facing up
and the arrow pointed toward the copier, insert the counter
slowly until it comes to a stop.
• When the message has changed to:
READY
,
6
7
the copier is ready for copying.
8
After Copying is Finished
After you have finished making copies, remove your key copy
counter.
9
10
11
12
1-15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1-16
BEFORE MAKING COPIES
2. HOW TO MAKE COPIES
1
2
1. General copying procedures ...................................................... 2-2
2. Setting originals ......................................................................... 2-4
3. Auto job start ............................................................................. 2-8
3
4. Interrupt copying ........................................................................ 2-9
5.Stopping the copy operation ...................................................... 2-10
6. Deleting or changing order of pending jobs .............................. 2-12
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-1
1. GENERAL COPYING PROCEDURES
1
When originals are set and the
START key is pressed with any settings unchanged, copies are
made in the initial (default) settings (*1).
2
The initial (default) settings of the copier at the time of installation are as shown on the right.
3
4
*1 The copy modes that are automatically set when the power
is turned on or when the FUNCTION CLEAR key is pressed
on the control panel are called the initial (default) settings.
*2 This is displayed when the reversing automatic document
feeder (optional) is installed.
Initial settings
Reproduction ratio ........... 100%
Copy quantity ................... 1
Automatic paper selection
1-sided copies from 1-sided originals
Automatic image density
Text/photo mode (original image type)
Non-sort Non-staple mode
Continuous original feed mode (*2)
5
Copying Procedure
6
1
Place the originals.
• Acceptable originals
Page 2-4
When placing an original on the glass
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Page 2-4
8
Original
9
When placing originals in the reversing automatic document
Page 2-6
feeder (optional)
10
11
Slides
12
2
Select copy modes (with in the illustration on
the page 2-3).
• Use the touch panel and the digital keys.
2-2
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
3
Press the
low).
START key (
in the illustration be-
1
• Copying begins.
2
PRINTER/
NETWORK COPY
MAIN POWER
FAX
POWER
DATA
ERROR
1
ABC
1
2
GHI
5
PQRS
2
DEF
INTERRUPT
MNO
FUNCTION CLEAR
WXYZ
CLEAR/STOP
3
JKL
4
7
6
TUV
8
FC
9
JOB STATUS
MONITOR//PAUSE
HELP
To copy multiple original pages:
• When placing an original on the glass:
Following the general copying procedure, perform steps
1 to 3. Press the YES key on the displayed screen, then
set the next original.
• When using the reversing automatic document feeder (optional):
Page 5-2)
Make sure that the continuous feed mode (
is selected and set the originals.
To make multiple sets of copies:
• Key in the copy quantity with the digital keys.
CLEAR/
• To correct the input copy quantity, press the
STOP key.
When paper which is the same size as the original has
not been set in the cassette:
• Setting the cassette
Page 1-10
Page 3-4
• Bypass copying
When paper which is the same size as the original has
run out:
The corresponding cassette key on the touch panel flashes.
Add paper or select another cassette.
* If you press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel
when copying starts, the current status of the operation
can be confirmed.
4
C/
START
0
Tip
3
MEMORY RX
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-3
2. SETTING ORIGINALS
Originals
1
The following specifications of originals can be used with this copier:
2
3
Setting place
Glass
Types of original
Maximum size
Size capable of
automatic detection
Maximum
number that
can be set
Sheets
Width:297mm Regular size
Three-dimensional objects Length:432mm A/B format:
Books
A3, A4, A4-R, A5, A5-R,
Do not place any
heavy object (4 kg
or over) on the
B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
4
Reversing
automatic
document
feeder
5
(optional)
Plain paper, thermal paper, Width:297mm
long originals, originals with Length:432mm
filing holes (2-, 3- and 4holes):
50~127 g/m2
(1-sided original)
50~105 g/m2
(2-sided original)
Regular size
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R,
B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
glass.
100 originals
(50~80 g/m2) or
stacked height of
originals 16 mm
or less
6
When Placing an Original on the Glass
7
Sheet Originals
8
1
Raising the original cover or the reversing automatic document feeder (optional), place the original face down on the glass.
9
2
3
Align the original against the left inner corner of
the glass.
10
Lower the original cover or the reversing automatic
document feeder slowly.
11
12
2-4
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Remarks
Original
Some of the originals listed under
“Types of original”
may not be used
depending on paper quality.
Tip
Blank sheet
1
When copying originals with high transparency, such as OHP
films and tracing paper, place a blank sheet of paper the size
of the original or larger over the original.
2
Original
3
Book-type Originals
1
4
Raise the original cover or the reversing automatic
document feeder (optional), set the original with its
centre placed on the yellow indicator line and in the
direction shown in the picture.
5
• If the original is not set in the correct direction, copies will
not be delivered in the correct page order.
2
Lower the original cover or the reversing automatic
document feeder (optional) slowly.
• Do not try to force the original cover or reversing automatic
document feeder (optional) to fully close over a very thick
original, such as a big book. Copies can be made even if
the cover or feeder does not close fully.
• During copying, an intense light may leak out. Do not look
at the original glass surface.
6
Indicator line
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-5
2. SETTING ORIGINALS (Cont.)
1
When Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
Precautions for Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
2
Do not use the following types of originals as they tend to misfeed or become damaged:
(1) Badly wrinkled or folded originals; in particu-
3
(4) Clipped or stapled originals
lar, originals whose leading edge is curled may
not be correctly fed into the reversing automatic
document feeder.
4
5
(2) Originals with carbon paper
(5) Originals with holes or torn originals
(3) Taped, pasted or clipped (cut out) originals
(6) Damp originals
6
7
(7) OHP film originals
8
9
10
Also, the following originals should be handled carefully:
(1) Folded or curled originals
(2) Only originals with the
should be smoothed out
same width can be set at a
before being used.
time. (Do not mix originals
with different widths.)
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(3) Originals, two of which, when pinched between two fingers, cannot be moved, or originals which are surface-treated, may fail to
be separated properly.
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2-6
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
In the Continuous Feed Mode
1
Page 5-2
1
After aligning the edges of originals well, place them
face up and align the slides to the width of the originals.
2
• Maximum number of originals that can be set
Page 2-4
• If you cannot set all the originals at one time, divide them
Page 5-2
into a few groups.
3
Tip
Be sure to set only originals with the same width. Copying
mixed-sized originals
Page 5-4
In the Single-feed Mode
1
Slide
4
Page 5-3
Align the slides to the desired original size.
Slide
5
6
7
2
Insert the original face up and straight along the
slides; it will then be pulled in automatically.
• When the original starts being pulled in automatically, let
go of it.
8
9
10
11
12
2-7
3. AUTO JOB START
1
2
While multi-copying is in progress, you can reserve the next copy.
1
Place the original(s).
Page 2-4
Select copy modes as required.
3
4
2
Press the
START key.
• Up to 5 jobs including the current printing job can be stored
in the memory. Place the originals of the 6th job on the original glass or the reversing automatic document feeder (opSTART key. The following message
tional) and press the
will appear:
Auto Start
5
6
Confirming and Cancelling Auto Job Start
Confirming auto job start
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel, then the
JOB LIST key on the touch panel.
7
8
9
10
Cancelling the job while waiting for the original to be stored
in the memory
If you want to cancel copying the original when it has already
been set on the glass or the reversing automatic document
feeder (optional) and the following message is displayed:
Auto Start
press the FUNCTION CLEAR or the
11
Cancelling the job while waiting for the original to be copied
Deleting the data waiting to be printed (except for the above
Page 2-12
case)
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2-8
CLEAR/STOP key.
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
4. INTERRUPT COPYING
While multicopying is in progress, you can interrupt it and make copies from different originals.
1
Press the
INTERRUPT key.
• This message appears:
Job interrupted job 1 saved
PRINTER/
NETWORK COPY
POWER
1
ABC
2
2
5
PQRS
2
DEF
INTERRUPT
MNO
FUNCTION CLEAR
WXYZ
CLEAR/STOP
3
JKL
4
7
6
TUV
8
FC
9
JOB STATUS
MONITOR//PAUSE
HELP
3
C/
START
0
Page 2-4
2
MEMORY RX
GHI
Place the original.
MAIN POWER
FAX
DATA
ERROR
1
• While an original is being scanned, the interrupt job will be
preset.
1
4
Select other copy modes as required.
3
4
Press the
START key.
5
After you have finished interrupt copying, press the
INTERRUPT key again.
• The following message appears:
6
READY to resume job 1
The previous interrupted copy run will resume.
7
Tip
Without performing step 4, the interrupt copying mode will
automatically be cancelled and the previously interrupted copy
job will resume in a certain period of time after the interrupt
copying has been finished.
8
9
10
11
12
2-9
5. STOPPING THE COPY OPERATION
1
If you want to stop the operation during the scanning of the original or multicopying, use the
STOP key.
2
Stopping the Scanning of the Original
3
1
4
2
Press the
ning.
CLEAR/STOP key during the scan-
• The original scanning operation will be interrupted.
If the screen on the right appears, press the
MEMORY CLEAR key.
• The data that are being scanned will be deleted.
5
6
7
Stopping a Multicopying Operation
1
Press the
CLEAR/STOP key during the
multicopying operaton.
• The total copy quantity returns to the default setting (1 which
is set when the copier is installed).
8
9
2
Press the
CLEAR/STOP key again to display
the printing job status list, then press the DELETE
key.
10
11
12
2-10
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
CLEAR/
3
Press the Delete key.
1
2
3
4
The data will be deleted and the multicopying operation will stop.
• If there are other data waiting to be printed, those will start
being output.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-11
6. DELETING OR CHANGING ORDER OF PENDING JOBS
1
If data are waiting to be printed, you can delete those data which have become unneeded, or change the
printing order.
2
3
4
Deleting the Data
In the following procedure, you can delete the data of a multicopying operation as well.
* The received FAX data cannot be deleted (when the optional
facsimile function is installed).
1
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel,
then the JOB LIST key on the touch panel.
Tip
The screen on the right shows an example of the display when
the optional printer and facsimile functions are installed.
5
6
2
Select the data you want to delete, then press the
DELETE key.
3
Press the Delete key.
4
The data will be deleted.
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-12
• Pressing the JOB STATUS or the FUNCTION CLEAR key
on the control panel or the RETURN key on the touch
panel causes the basic screen to return.
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Changing the Printing Order
1
1
Press the JOB STATUS key on the control panel,
then the JOB LIST key on the touch panel.
2
3
2
Select the data you want to move.
4
5
6
3
Press the MOVE key, then press the position where
the selected data are to move to.
• The job to be moved will be shifted next to the selected
data.
• The data with top priority (having been printed or suspended)
cannot be moved.
4
The changing order is completed.
• Pressing the JOB STATUS or the FUNCTION CLEAR key
on the control panel or the RETURN key on the touch
panel causes the basic screen to return.
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8
9
10
11
12
2-13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2-14
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
3. SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
1
2
1. Paper selection .......................................................................... 3-2
• Automatic paper selection (APS) ................................................................... 3-2
• Manual paper selection ................................................................................. 3-3
3
• Bypass copying ............................................................................................. 3-4
2. Reduction and enlargement copying ......................................... 3-6
3. Selecting types of copying (1-sided, 2-sided, book-type) .......... 3-9
4
4. Copy density adjustment .......................................................... 3-15
5. Selecting image quality types of originals (text, photo, text/photo) ..... 3-17
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3-1
1. PAPER SELECTION
Automatic Paper Selection (APS)
1
2
3
4
When you place regular-sized originals on the glass or in the reversing automatic document feeder
(optional), the built-in sensors automatically work to detect the size of the originals, helping the copier
select and copy on paper that is the same size as the original. (This mode is default setting.)
* Depending on the condition of the original, automatic paper selection may not work correctly. In that
Page 3-3
case, select the paper size manually.
* This mode can only be used for actual-size (100%) copying.
Page 2-4
* For automatically selectable sizes of originals
1
2
Confirm that the Automatic Paper Selection mode
is selected on the basic screen.
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
5
• If the Automatic Paper Selection mode is not selected, press
the ZOOM··· key, then press the APS key on the next
screen.
• If the following messages are shown, proceed as you are
told to:
6
7
Change direction of original
CHANGE CASSETTE TO CORRECT PAPER SIZE
8
Select other copy modes as required.
9
3
Press the
START key.
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3-2
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
Manual Paper Selection
It may not be possible for the device to perform Automatic Paper Selection with highly transparent originals such as OHP films and tracing paper, wholly dark originals or originals with dark borders, or irregular sized originals such as newspapers and magazines. For these types of originals, use manual paper
selection.
1
2
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
On the basic screen, press the cassette icon representing the desired paper size.
3
4
5
• Or, press the ZOOM··· key to enter the next screen, and
press the key of the desired paper size.
6
Select other copy modes as required.
3
Press the
START key.
7
8
Note
When sheets of paper are set on the sheet bypass, switch to
the screen on the right and press the COPY SIZE key matching the size of the paper on the sheet bypass to specify the
Page 3-4)
paper size. (Bypass copying
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3-3
1. PAPER SELECTION (Cont.)
Bypass Copying
1
2
3
When the desired size of paper is not set in any of the cassettes, or when you want to make copies on
non-standard size or special type of paper (thick paper, transparency film), use the sheet bypass.
The following modes are not available in bypass copying without specifying the paper size: image shift,
edge erase, dual-page, duplex, stapling, image editing, alternate stacking, hole punching, magazine
sort, saddle stitching, 2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1, annotation or page numbering. However, if you specify the size of
paper set on the sheet bypass, you can select any of the above modes in bypass copying.
1
2
4
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Set sheets of paper on the bypass guide and align
the slides with the size of the paper.
• This message appears:
Ready for bypass copying
• The paper should be placed with the side to be copied facing down.
5
6
• If the paper is long-sized, pull out the triple paper holder.
• Types of paper that can be used in bypass copying
Page 1-9
7
8
When Standard Size Paper is Set
9
3
10
11
12
Select the paper size.
• The screen on the right automatically appears when the
paper is placed on the bypass guide.
• Press the COPY SIZE key corresponding to the size of the
paper that has been set on the bypass guide.
• When specifying A4-R size, press the A4 key twice, and
the paper size displayed on the upper right of the screen
will change accordingly.
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
Note
Remove copies made on special sheets of paper or OHP
films one by one. They should not be allowed to stack up in
the exit (inner) tray or finisher (optional).
3-4
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
Slides
When Non Standard Size Paper is Set
Set the paper size within the following ranges:
Length: 100 mm ~ 297 mm
Width: 148 mm ~ 432 mm
3
Press the NON STANDARD key.
1
2
3
4
4
5
Key in each dimension (length, width).
• Key in the length with the digital keys and press the upper
SET key. Similarly, set the value for width.
5
Check the input size, then press the lower SET key.
6
Select other copy modes as required.
6
Press the
START key.
7
Note
Remove copies made on special sheets of paper or OHP
films one by one. They should not be allowed to stack up in
the exit (inner) tray or finisher (optional).
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9
10
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3-5
2. REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING
1
2
There are the following three ways of making copies in the reduction and enlargement mode:
• Using Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS)
• Specifying both original size and copy size
• Using the reduction/enlargement zoom keys or the one-touch zoom keys
* It may not be possible for the device to perform Automatic Magnification Selection with highly transparent originals such as OHP films and tracing paper, wholly dark originals or originals with dark borders,
or irregular sized originals such as newspapers and magazines. For these types of originals, use the
other reduction/enlargement modes.
3
Using Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS)
4
1
Press the ZOOM··· key on the basic screen.
2
3
Press the AMS key, then press the desired
COPY SIZE key.
5
6
7
8
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
• The built-in sensors automatically detect the size of the
original(s) and computes the reproduction ratio using the
specified paper size.
• If the following messages are shown, proceed as directed:
Change direction of original
9
10
Set reduction cassette
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
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12
3-6
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
Specifying both Original Size and Copy Size
1
2
Set the original(s).
1
Page 2-4
Press the ZOOM··· key on the basic screen.
2
3
4
3
Press the ORIGINAL SIZE key of the same size as
the original, then press the desired COPY SIZE key.
• Using the original size and copy size, the correct reproduction ratio is computed and displayed on the screen.
Page 5-12)
( OTHER key
• If the desired size of paper is not set in any of the cassettes, this message appears:
5
6
Set correct cassette
Then, install the correct sized cassette or use the sheet
bypass.
7
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
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9
10
11
12
3-7
2. REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING (Cont.)
1
2
Using the Reduction/Enlargement Zoom Keys or One-touch Zoom Keys
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the cassette icon representing the desired
copy paper size, then press ZOOM···· key.
• You can also select the desired copy paper size on the
screen in step 3.
3
4
5
3
Press the
UP (or
DOWN ) key to set the desired reproduction ratio.
• Each time you press either key, the reproduction ratio
changes by 1%. Holding down the key changes it continuously.
• You can select 400%, 100% or 25% at the touch of the
400% , 100% or 25% key, respectively.
6
Select other copy modes as required.
7
4
Press the
START key.
8
9
10
11
12
3-8
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
3. SELECTINGTYPES OF COPYING (1-SIDED, 2-SIDED, BOOK-TYPE)
This function allows you to set the type of originals (1-sided, 2-sided or book-type) and the desired type
of copying (1-sided or 2-sided).
Original
1
Copy
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13-
-12-
-15-
-12-
-13-
-15-
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* and require the optional reversing automatic document feeder to be installed.
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3-9
3. SELECTING TYPES OF COPYING (1-SIDED, 2-SIDED, BOOK-TYPE) (Cont.)
1
2
1-Sided Originals
1
2
1-Sided Copies (default setting)
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Confirm that the 1촞
촞1 mode is selected in the basic mode.
3
4
• If the “1-SIDED 1-SIDED” mode is not selected, press
the key (shaded) in the figure on the right, then press the
1촞1 key on the next screen.
5
Select other copy modes as required.
6
3
Press the
START key.
7
8
9
10
11
1-Sided Originals
1
On the basic screen, press the key (shaded) in the
figure on the right.
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3-10
2-Sided Copies
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
2
Press the 1촞
촞2 key.
1
2
3
3
Place the originals.
Page 2-4
• Changing direction of copy images
Page 4-24
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
4
START key.
5
When Placing an Original on the Glass
5
6
Place the next original (2nd side) and press the
6
START key.
• You can press the YES key and then the START key to
do the same operation.
• Repeat the above procedure until all your originals have
been scanned.
7
When all your originals have been scanned, press
the FINISHED key.
8
• Copying begins.
9
10
11
12
3-11
3. SELECTING TYPES OF COPYING (1-SIDED, 2-SIDED, BOOK-TYPE) (Cont.)
2-Sided Originals
1
2-Sided Copies
The optional reversing automatic document feeder must be installed.
2
3
1
2
Set the originals.
Page 2-6
• Changing direction of copy images
Page 4-24
On the basic screen, press the key (shaded) in the
figure on the right.
4
5
6
3
4
Press the 2촞
촞2 key.
Select other copy modes as required.
Press the
START key.
7
8
2-Sided Originals
1-Sided Copies
The optional reversing automatic document feeder must be installed.
9
10
1
2
Set the originals.
Page 2-6
• Changing direction of copy images
On the basic screen, press the key (shaded) in the
figure on the right.
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12
3-12
Page 4-24
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
3
Press the 2촞
촞1 key.
1
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
2
START key.
3
Book-Type Originals
1
2-Sided Copies
On the basic screen, press the key (shaded) in the
figure on the right.
4
5
6
2
Press the BOOK촞
촞2 key.
7
8
9
3
Select the book copying type.
• Press the RIGHT촞RIGHT key if copying should start at a
right-hand page and end at a right-hand page. By the same
token, you can choose from among the RIGHT촞LEFT ,
LEFT 촞LEFT and LEFT촞RIGHT keys.
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11
12
3-13
3. SELECTING TYPES OF COPYING (1-SIDED, 2-SIDED, BOOK-TYPE) (Cont.)
1
2
4
5
Select the paper size.
• Select A4 size of paper.
Manual paper selection
Page 3-3
If you need a binding space, select the book margin mode from the image shift copying function.
• Image shift copying
Page 4-2
Select other copy modes as required.
3
6
Place the first page(s) to be copied on the glass,
and press the
START key.
• If you do not copy your originals from the first page, the
copies will not be arranged in the same order as the original.
• Centre the book on the yellow indicator line with the bottom
toward you.
4
5
Indicator line
6
7
8
7
Turn to the next page, set the book again and press
the
START key.
• Repeat the above procedure until all your originals have
been scanned.
8
After all your originals have been scanned, press
the FINISHED key.
Press the COPY FINAL PAGE key if the last original has only one page.
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10
11
12
3-14
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
4. COPY DENSITY ADJUSTMENT
There are two types of image density adjustments: automatic mode (default setting) and manual mode.
In the automatic mode, the sensors automatically detect the density of each original and select the
optimum image density. In the manual mode, you can select the desired level of image density. It is
recommended that lighter-density originals be copied in the manual copy density mode.
1
2
Automatic Copy Density Mode
1
2
Page 2-4
3
Confirm that “AUTO” is displayed on the basic
screen.
4
Set the original(s).
5
6
• If the automatic density mode is not selected, press the
MANUAL key, then press the AUTO key on the next screen.
Select other copy modes as required.
3
Press the
7
START key.
8
9
10
11
12
3-15
4. COPY DENSITY ADJUSTMENT (Cont.)
Manual Copy Density Mode
1
2
1
2
Set the original(s).
3
Press either or
key to adjust the copy density
to the desired level.
Page 2-4
Press the AUTO on the basic screen.
3
4
5
• Each time you press the
or
key, your copies will become lighter or darker, respectively.
6
7
• When the DENSITY LEVEL key is shown on the lower left
of the screen, you can adjust the density manually on the
basic screen.
8
9
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
10
11
12
3-16
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
5. SELECTING IMAGE QUALITY TYPES OF ORIGINALS
According to the type of your originals, you can choose among the three image types: Photo, Text or Text/
Photo (default setting). The Photo mode is suitable for copying photo originals whereas the Text mode is
preferable for copying originals containing text only (or text and line artwork only). The Text/Photo mode
is to be selected for originals containing photo and text mixed together.
1
2
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
On the basic screen, press the key (shaded) in the
figure on the right.
3
4
5
3
Choose the desired image type mode by pressing
one of the TEXT , PHOTO and TEXT/PHOTO keys.
6
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
Tip
The amount of toner consumed varies depending on the sePage 7-9
lected image quality mode.
• The amount of toner consumed by copying the same original is in the following order:
PHOTO<TEXT/PHOTO<TEXT
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8
9
10
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3-17
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
3-18
SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES
4. USING THE EDITING
FUNCTIONS
1
2
3
1. Image shift copying .................................................................. 4-2
2. Edge erase copying .................................................................. 4-4
3. Dual-page copying ................................................................... 4-5
4
4 X-Y zoom copying .................................................................... 4-6
5. Image editing ............................................................................ 4-7
• Trimming/Masking....................................................................................... 4-7
5
• Mirror image ............................................................................................... 4-9
• Negative/Positive reversal ........................................................................ 4-10
6
6. 2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 copying ............................................................. 4-11
7. Copying with annotation added ............................................... 4-13
8. Page numbering copying ......................................................... 4-14
7
9. Magazine sort copying (from editing menu) ............................ 4-16
10.Cover sheet copying ................................................................ 4-18
11.Sheet insertion copying ........................................................... 4-20
8
12.Document storage ................................................................... 4-22
13.Direction of copy images .................................................................... 4-24
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10
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12
4-1
1. IMAGE SHIFT COPYING
1
With this feature, a margin for binding is created on each copy. You can place a binding margin on either
the right or left side of the copy. You can also create binding margins on copies of book originals if you
use this mode in combination with the Dual-Page mode (double-sided) or duplex copying from book
originals. The default of the binding margin is 7 mm, but it can be adjusted to between 0 to 30 mm.
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the IMAGE SHIFT key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
7
8
Providing Right or Left Margin
9
3
Press the LEFT (or RIGHT ) key according to your
binding side.
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11
12
4-2
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
4
Adjust the width of the margin, then press the SET
key.
• The default width of the margin is 7 mm.
• To adjust the width, press the 0mm or 30mm key and
select the desired number, then press the SET key.
• In duplex copying, margins on the back are created on the
other side of those in the front.
Page 3-10
Duplex copying
Select other copy modes as required.
5
Press the
2
3
START key.
Providing Book-binding Margin
When Book Margin is selected, use it in conjunction with the
Page 3-13)
DUPLEX COPYING mode from book originals (
Page 4-5).
or the Dual-Page Copying mode (double-sided) (
3
1
4
5
Press the BOOK key.
6
7
4
Adjust the width of the margin, then press the SET
key.
• The default width of the margin is 14 mm.
key to
• To adjust the width, press the 2mm or 30mm
select the desired number, then press the SET key.
8
9
Select other copy modes as required.
5
Press the
START key.
10
Tip
Image shift copying can also be performed in bypass copying. To do this, after setting paper in the bypass tray (
Page 3-4), press the corresponding COPY SIZE key to
specify the size of the paper.
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12
4-3
2. EDGE ERASE COPYING
1
If your original has a dirty or torn edge, it may be reproduced as a black stain on the copy. In that case,
use Edge Erase Copying. A white border is created along the edges of the copy, eliminating those black
stains. The default width of the white border is 5 mm, but it can be adjusted between 5 to 20 mm.
2
3
4
5
1
2
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the EDGE ERASE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
6
7
Set the original(s).
3
Adjust the width of the white border, then press
the SET key.
• The default width of the white border is 5 mm.
• To adjust the width, press the 5mm or 20mm key and
select the desired number, then press the SET key.
8
Select other copy modes as required.
9
10
4
Press the
START key.
Tip
Edge Erase copying can also be performed in bypass copying. To do this, after setting paper in the bypass tray (
Page 3-4), press the corresponding COPY SIZE key to
specify the size of the paper.
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12
4-4
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
3. DUAL-PAGE COPYING
Utilizing this feature allows the facing pages of a book or magazine to be copied page by page onto two
separate sheets of paper or duplex-copied on one sheet. There is no need to move the original on the
glass. You can also place a pair of A4 sized originals side by side and copy them on separate sheets of
paper.
* Only A4 sized sheets of paper can be used in this mode.
1
2
3
4
1
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the DUAL PAGE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
5
6
7
2
Press the 1 SIDE or 2 SIDE key.
3
Press the BASIC key to enter the basic menu, then
select A4 copy size.
• Select the 1 SIDE to make copies of the facing pages on
two separate sheets of paper page by page. Select the 2
SIDE to make duplex copies of them on one sheet.
8
9
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Set the original(s) and press the
• Perform step 6 to 8 on page 3-14.
START key.
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11
12
4-5
4. X-Y ZOOM COPYING
1
You can make copies with different reproduction ratios set for the X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) directions, respectively.
100%
200%
2
100%
200%
3
4
5
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the XY ZOOM key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch between the screens.
6
7
8
9
3
Select the reproduction ratios for the X (horizontal)
and Y (vertical) directions, respectively.
• Using the 25%< or >400% keys on the screen, select the
reproduction ratio for X and press the upper SET key.
Similarly, set the reproduction ratio for Y.
4
Press the lower SET key.
5
Press the
Select other copy modes as required.
START key.
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11
12
4-6
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
5. IMAGE EDITING
Trimming/Masking
You can select areas on an original and copy it with the areas trimmed (only the inside of the areas
copied) or masked (only the outside of the areas copied). Up to four areas can be specified on an
original.
* If the settings of the original and copy sizes are not made appropriately, the image may not be copied
completely.
Page 3-4
* When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the copy size.
* Image editing is only possible with Standard sized originals.
Original
Trimming copy
1
2
Masking copy
3
4
2
• Set the original face up with the bottom toward you, fit its
top left corner against the top left corner of the glass, and
align it with the original scale.
Using the original scale on the left and the inner
(top) scale, read the position of the desired area,
as follows:
• X1 Distance from the top left to the left edge of the specified area.
• X2 Distance from the top left to the right edge of the specified area.
• Y1 Distance from the top left to the upper edge of the specified area.
• Y2 Distance from the top left to the lower edge of the specified area.
3
X2
X1
Y2
Y1
1
5
Place an original on the glass to specify areas.
6
7
8
9
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the EDITING key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
10
11
12
4-7
5. IMAGE EDITING (Cont.)
Trimming/Masking (Cont.)
1
4
Press the TRIM (or MASK ) key.
5
Enter the distance values for the specified area.
6
7
Press the lower SET key.
2
3
4
5
6
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Select other copy modes as required.
7
8
• Key in the value for X1 with the digital keys and press the
upper SET key.
• Similarly, set the values for X2, Y1 and Y2.
• When X1, X2, Y1 and Y2 have been set, the screen automatically changes to specify the subsequent area. Subsequent areas, if any, can be set using the same procedure.
8
Press the
START key.
9
10
11
12
4-8
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
Mirror Image
Copies are made with images completely reversed in terms of the right and the left.
1
2
3
1
2
Page 2-4
4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the EDITING key.
5
Set the original(s).
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
6
3
Press the MIRROR key.
7
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
8
9
10
11
12
4-9
5. IMAGE EDITING (Cont.)
Negative/Positive Reversal
1
Originals are copied with their white areas black and black areas white.
2
3
4
5
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the EDITING key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
6
7
8
3
Press the NEG/POS key.
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
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10
11
12
4-10
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
6. 2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 COPYING
This feature allows multiple originals to be reduced and copied onto a single sheet of paper. There are
two modes: 2 IN 1 copying, where two originals are reduced and copied onto a single sheet, and 4 IN 1
copying, where four originals are reduced and copied onto a single sheet. In addition, duplex 2 in 1 /4 IN
1 modes are available, where four/eight originals can be copied to a single sheet of paper.
* This mode cannot be used in combination with reduction/enlargement copying.
Example of 2 IN 1
1st
1
2
2nd
3
4
Example of 4 IN 1
1st
2nd
5
6
3rd
4th
7
8
9
When Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
1
2
Set the originals.
10
Page 2-6
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the 2IN1/4IN1 key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
11
12
4-11
6. 2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 COPYING (Cont.)
1
3
Select the type of image combination.
4
Select the type of the original.
• Press the 2IN1 (or
4IN1 DUPLEX ) key.
4IN1 ,
2IN1 DUPLEX
or
2
3
4
5
• Press 1 SIDE (or 2 SIDE ) key.
Select other copy modes as required.
5
Press the
START key.
6
When Placing an Original on the Glass
8
1
2
9
3
7
10
11
Follow the steps 2 to 5 of “When Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder” on page 4-11.
Set the original (
START key.
Page 2-4), and press the
• Set the first page of your originals first.
When the first page has been scanned, set the next
page and press the
START key.
• You can also press the YES key before pressing the
START key to perform the same operation.
4
5
Repeat step 3 for the second and subsequent originals.
Once the final original has been scanned, press the
FINISHED key.
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4-12
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
7. COPYING WITH ANNOTATION ADDED
Copies are made with the current date and time, at which they are made, printed on the copy.
1
2001.10.31 23:54
23:54
31.10.2001
2
3
2001.10.31 23:54
23:54
31.10.2001
Date and time printed at
the bottom of the portrait
copy
1
2
Set the original(s).
Date and time printed at
the top of the landscape
copy
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the ANNOTATION key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
4
5
6
7
3
Select the orientation (SHORT EDGE or LONG
EDGE) and position (UPPER or LOWER) of the date
and time to be printed. Then, press the SET key.
8
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
9
10
When Placing an Original on the Glass
5
When the first page has been scanned, set the next
page and press the
START key.
11
• You can also press the YES key before pressing the
START key to perform the same operation.
6
7
Repeat step 5 for the second and subsequent originals.
12
Once the final original has been scanned, press the
FINISHED key.
4-13
8. PAGE NUMBERING COPYING
1
This feature allows page numbers to be added at a specified position to copies.
1
2
2
3
3
1
2
3
4
Page number printed at the bottom centre on the portrait copy
Page number printed at the top
right on the landscape copy
5
6
1
2
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu.Then,
press the PAGE NUMBER key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
7
8
Set the original(s).
3
Select the orientation (SHORT EDGE or LONG
EDGE) and position of the page number to be
printed. Then, press the SET key.
4
Key in the start page number with the digital keys,
and press the SET key.
9
10
11
• If the start page number is “1”, just press the SET key.
Select other copy modes as required.
12
4-14
5
Press the
START key.
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
When Placing an Original on the Glass
6
When the first page has been scanned, set the next
page and press the
START key.
• You can also press the YES key before pressing the
START key to perform the same operation.
7
8
1
Repeat step 6 for the second and subsequent originals.
2
3
Once the final original has been scanned, press the
FINISHED key.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4-15
9. MAGAZINE SORT COPYING (FROM EDITING MENU)
1
2
3
The magazine sort mode allows copies to be made and sorted so they can be folded and bound along
a centre line like typical magazines.
• If used in combination with the optional finisher (MJ-1013) equipped with saddle stitch capabilities,
copies are automatically folded in half and stapled along their centre line.
• If used in combination with the Cover Sheet mode, blank covers or copied covers can be added at the
top of the copies ( Page4-18). In this case, nothing is printed on the back of the cover sheet.
* There are two Magazine Sort procedures available. For the mode operated from the BASIC menu
when the finisher (optional) is installed, see page 6-9.
Example of copying a 12-page document
4
1
6
2
12
5
6
1
2
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the MAGAZINE SORT key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
7
8
Set the original(s).
3
9
Adjust the binding margin and press the SET key.
• The default width of the margin is 2 mm.
2mm or 30mm
key to
• To adjust the width, press the
select the desired number, then press the SET key.
10
• If the optional finisher (MJ-1013) equipped with the saddle
stitcher is installed, copies are automatically stapled along
their centre line. To have copies stapled, press the STAPLE
ON key.
Page 6-6
• Maximum number of sheets that can be stapled
11
12
Select other copy modes as required.
4
4-16
Press the
7
4
3
START key.
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
2
9
11
When Placing an Original on the Glass
5
• You can also press the YES key before pressing the
START key to perform the same operation.
6
7
1
When the first page has been scanned, set the next
page and press the
START key.
Repeat step 5 for the second and subsequent copies.
Once the final original has been scanned, press the
FINISHED key.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4-17
10. COVER SHEET COPYING
1
2
A top cover and/or back cover (special sheets, eg. coloured paper) can be added to each set of copies.
There are four Cover Sheet modes available:
• Adding a blank top cover
• Adding a copied top cover
• Adding a blank top cover and a blank back cover
• Adding a copied top cover and a blank back cover
Example of adding a blank top cover
1
2
3
3
1
2
3
4
Example of adding a copied top cover
1
2
3
1
2
5
3
Example of adding a blank top and a back cover
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
7
Example of adding a copied top and a blank
back cover
1
2
3
8
2
3
9
10
11
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the COVER SHEET key.
Page 2-4
• When placing an original on the glass, set the first page of
your originals first.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
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4-18
1
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
3
4
Press the desired Cover Sheet key:
To add a blank top cover .................................. TOP BLANK
To add a copied top cover .............................. TOP COPIED
To add blank top and back covers ................. BOTH BLANK
To add copied top and blank back covers .............................
................................................ TOP COPIED BACK BLANK
Set the cover sheet in the cassette for cover sheet
or on the bypass guide.
• Setting cassette for cover sheet (special uses)
• Setting the cover sheet on the bypass guide
5
Page 1-11
Page 3-4
Press the BASIC key to enter the basic menu, and
select the cassette icon representing the correct size
and paper direction on the sheet bypass.
• Cassette for cover sheet
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
Press the
START key.
7
Tip
When TOP COPIED or TOP COPIED BACK BLANK is
selected, even if you make copies in the 2-SIDED ORIGINALS TO 2-SIDED COPIES or 1-SIDED ORIGINALS TO 2SIDED COPIES mode, the cover sheets will only be copied
on their top side.
8
9
10
11
12
4-19
11. SHEET INSERTION COPYING
1
Special sheets of paper (such as coloured paper) are inserted into a set of copies at specified pages.
There are two Sheet Insertion modes available:
• Inserting blank sheets before specified pages
• Inserting copied sheets at specified pages
2
Example of inserting a blank sheet before the
specified page
1
1
2
3
2
3
4
3
Example of inserting a copied sheet at the specified page
1
2
1
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Tip
To make Sheet Insertion copies, you have to set two cassettes (or one cassette and the large-capacity
feeder) in the same paper size and direction (one for special insertion sheets and the other for normal
sheets of copy paper).
1
2
3
Set the original(s).
Page 2-6
Place sheets of paper in the cassette for sheet insertion. Page 1-11
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the SHEET INSERTION key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
10
11
12
4-20
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
4
Press the desired Insertion mode key.
5
Using the digital keys, key in the desired page number for insertion and press the upper SET key.
To insert blank sheets before specified pages ........ BLANK
To insert copied sheets at specified pages ........... COPIED
• On the display, the page where the first sheet will be inserted is shown. The example on the right shows the first
sheet inserted at (or before) page 10.
• To specify the next and subsequent pages, repeat step 5.
Up to 15 pages can be specified.
• To have different sheets inserted than Sheet 1, select
SHEET2 and similarly key in the pages where you want
the sheets inserted, then press the upper SET key.
• Press the
CLEAR/STOP key to correct the Insert page
number.
6
7
8
After you have finished specifying the insertion
pages, press the lower SET key.
9
Set the number of copies (or sets).
4
Press the BASIC key to return to the basic menu.
Press the cassette icon representing the cassette
that has the same size and orientation as the special sheets placed in the sheet insertion cassette.
Select other copy modes as required.
10
Press the
START key.
4-21
12. DOCUMENT STORAGE
1
2
This feature allows images of the originals to be stored on the hard disk of the copier, and copies can be
made from the hard disk later. This copying method consists of the following two modes:
MEMORIZE mode ...... Stores original images at the specified location of the hard disk.
PRINT mode ................ Prints the originals stored in the Memorize Mode in .
* Originals can be stored in up to 24 locations.
* Up to 400 original sheets can be stored in each location.
Note
3
4
5
Total Document Storage capacity is determined by the size of the documents.
Storing Documents in the MEMORIZE Mode
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the DOCUMENT STORAGE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
6
7
8
3
Press the MEMORIZE key.
4
Press the file name column of the location number
(ID) where you want your document stored, key in
the file name and press the SET key.
9
10
11
• Select any ID where no data have been stored.
• Entering letters
Page 5-24
Select other copy modes as required.
12
4-22
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
5
Press the
START key.
• The memorization process starts automatically.
1
Tips
• To change the file name, select the ID you want to change
in the list on the display, press the file name column, delete
the file name already entered with the B Space key in the
letter entry screen, then enter a new file name, and press
the SET key.
Page 5-24
• Entering letters
• To delete a memorized job, select the ID from the list on the
display and press the DELETE key. Then press the Delete
key on the next screen.
2
3
4
Making Copies in the PRINT Mode
1
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the DOCUMENT STORAGE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
5
6
7
2
Press the PRINT key.
8
9
10
3
Select the ID of the job you want to print out, and
press the SET key.
• The memorized functions are recalled.
11
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
12
4-23
13. DIRECTION OF COPY IMAGES (ROTATION)
1
2
3
This mode allows you to specify the direction of images being scanned.
When copying in the 1-sided originals to 2-sided copies mode, 2-sided originals to 1-sided copies mode
or dual-page mode, you can select the direction of images as shown below.
Duplexed copying from 1-sided originals
* Depending on the combination of the orientation of the originals placed and the selection of one of the
IMAGE DIRECTION AUTO , IMAGE DIRECTION PORTRAIT or IMAGE DIRECTION LANDSCAPE
key, duplex copy output differs as shown below.
Originals
4
5
AUTO or
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
6
PORTRAIT
AUTO or
PORTRAIT
PORTRAIT
AUTO or
LANDSCAPE
7
8
9
10
11
AUTO or
PORTRAIT
12
4-24
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
LANDSCAPE
When Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
1
2
Set the original(s).
1
Page 2-4
Press the EDIT key to enter the editing menu. Then,
press the IMAGE DIRECTION key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch between the screen.
2
3
4
3
Press the IMAGE DIRECTION PORTRAIT (or IMAGE
DIRECTION LANDSCAPE ) key.
5
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
6
7
When Placing an Original on the Glass
1
2
Follow the steps 2 to 4 of “When Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder”.
Set the original (
START key.
Page 2-4), and press the
8
9
• Set the first page of your originals first.
3
When the first page has been scanned, set the next
page and press the
START key.
10
• You can also press the YES key before pressing the
START key to perform the same operation.
4
Repeat step 3 for the second and subsequent originals.
11
12
4-25
13. DIRECTION OF COPY IMAGES (ROTATION) (Cont.)
1
5
When the final original has finished being scanned,
press the FINISHED key.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4-26
USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS
5. USING THE SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
1
2
3
1. Continuous original feeding/Single original feeding ................. 5-2
2. Copying mixed-sized originals .................................................. 5-4
3. Mode memory copying ............................................................. 5-5
4
4. Copying on special types of paper ........................................... 5-8
5. Weekly timer ............................................................................ 5-10
6. Setting the other paper sizes (other key)................................. 5-12
5
7. Setting the date and time ........................................................ 5-13
8. Setting automatic energy saving mode ................................... 5-14
6
9. Setting automatic shutoff mode ............................................... 5-15
10.Switching between languages ................................................. 5-16
11.Department codes ................................................................... 5-17
7
12.Entering letters ........................................................................ 5-24
8
9
10
11
12
5-1
1. CONTINUOUS ORIGINAL FEEDING/SINGLE ORIGINAL FEEDING
1
When using the reversing automatic document feeder (optional), you can select the continuous feed
mode (default setting) where multiple (or single) originals are continuously fed in one by one, or the
single-feed mode where if you insert an original, it is automatically pulled in and starts being copied.
2
Continuous Feed Mode
3
4
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-6
• Maximum number of originals that can be set
Page 2-4
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu, and press the ADF key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the display.
5
6
7
8
9
3
Press the ADF key.
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
Tip
When the number of originals is too large to be set at one
time, you can divide the originals into two sets and set them
one after another. To do so, press the CONTINUE key while
the scanning of the first set is in progress. After the first set
has been scanned, place the next set of originals in the reversing automatic document feeder.
10
11
12
5-2
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Single-feed Mode
1
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu, and press the ADF key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
2
3
2
Press the SADF key.
4
Select other copy modes as required.
5
6
3
4
Set the original(s).
Page 2-6
• The original is automatically pulled in and the screen
changes as shown on the right.
• If there are more originals, set them in the same way. (The
same operation is carried out whether or not you press the
YES key.)
After all originals have been fed through the reversing automatic document feeder, press the FINISHED
key.
• Copying begins.
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-3
2. COPYING MIXED-SIZED ORIGINALS
1
When using the optional reversing automatic document feeder, different-sized originals can be copied at
the same time in this copying mode, if their widths are the same.
* Do not set originals whose widths are different.
* Bypass copying is not possible.
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-6
• A3 and A4 sized originals or B4 and B5 originals can be
mixed.
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the MIXED ORIGINAL SIZES key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
7
8
3
4
9
10
Press the SET key.
Select either the Automatic Paper Selection or Automatic Magnification Ratio mode and other copy
modes as required.
• To make duplex copies, select the automatic magnification
mode.
5
Press the
START key.
11
12
5-4
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
3. MODE MEMORY COPYING
You can store and recall a combination of frequently used copy modes at any time. Up to four such
combinations of modes can be stored.
* You cannot delete the copy modes that have already been stored in the memory, but you can rewrite
new modes on the memory key in which some copy modes have already been stored.
1
2
Storing a Combination of Copy Modes
1
2
Select the desired copy modes.
3
Example:
Reproduction ratio ......................................................... 71%
Copy quantity ........................................................ 10 copies
Copy density ......................................................... Automatic
Paper size ..................................................................... A4-R
• Confirm that each mode is set correctly.
4
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the MODE MEMORY key.
5
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
6
7
3
Press the MEMORY key.
8
9
4
Press the MEMORY 1 ( MEMORY 2 , MEMORY 3
or MEMORY 4 ) key.
• The copy modes are stored in [MEMORY 1] ([MEMORY
2], [MEMORY 3] or [MEMORY 4]).
• The stored copy modes remain unchanged until different
copy modes are entered. (They are retained even after the
power switch is turned off.)
10
11
12
5-5
3. MODE MEMORY COPYING (Cont.)
• Memory numbers where copy modes are already stored
are shown in shaded pattern.
1
2
3
4
5
Recalling and Copying a Stored Combination of Copy Modes
1
2
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the MODE MEMORY key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
PRE key to switch the screen.
6
7
3
Press the RECALL key.
4
5
Press the Memory Number key where the desired
combination of copy modes are stored.
8
9
10
Press the
START key.
• Copies will be made in the recalled copy modes.
11
12
5-6
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Confirming Stored Copy Modes
To confirm the copy modes stored in the MEMORY key,
perform steps 2 to 4 on page 5-6, then press the SETTINGS
key.
1
2
3
• The screen on the right is an example.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-7
4. COPYING ON SPECIAL TYPES OF PAPER
1
When making copies using thick sheets of paper or transparecy (OHP) film sheets, use this mode for
improved toner image fusibility.
* Be sure to set thick paper and transparency (OHP) films on the sheet bypass.
* To output the transparency (OHP) films on the inner tray, install the guide for it.
Page 5-9
2
3
1
2
Set the original(s).
Place the paper on the sheet bypass and set the
paper size.
• Bypass copying
4
3
Page 2-4
Page 3-4
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the SPECIAL PAPER key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch back to the previous screen.
5
6
7
4
Press the THICK PAPER (or
key.
TRANSPARENCY )
Select other copy modes as required.
8
9
5
Press the
START key.
Tip
When outputting transparency (OHP) films, remove the films
one by one every time they exit.
10
11
12
5-8
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Outputting Transparency (OHP) Films on Inner Tray
To output the transparency (OHP) films on the inner tray, install
the guide for it on the inner tray.
* If the optional finisher is installed, this operaion is not required
since the films exit on the finisher tray.
1
1
2
Remove the guide which is used for the cover.
3
4
2
Fitting the pit and the projection of the guide, place
the guide.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-9
5. WEEKLY TIMER
1
Using the built-in weekly timer, you can have the copier automatically turn ON and OFF at specified
times.
When the main power switch is turned off, or if used in combination with the Automatic Shutoff mode, the
weekly timer does not work.
2
Setting the Weekly Timer
3
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the WEEKLY TIMER key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch between the screens.
4
5
6
2
Check the settings on the display, and if they are all
correct, press the SET key.
• If corrections are necessary, press the CHANGE key.
7
8
9
10
3
Set ON/OFF times for each day of the week.
• Use the
SUN and SAT
keys to switch between the
days of the week.
• Key in numbers using the digital keys. After entering each
number, press the upper SET key.
• After setting the times for all the days of week, press the
lower SET key.
• For holidays when the copier is not turned on, key in the
same times for both ON and OFF, eg. ON:00:00 and
OFF:00:00.
11
12
5-10
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Cancelling the Use of the Weekly Timer
1
You can cancel the operation of the weekly timer so that the
copier can be turned ON and OFF normally by the power switch.
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Press the WEEKLY TIMER key to remove the
shading pattern.
2
3
Tip
The ON/OFF times of the weekly timer are retained until they
are changed. When the weekly timer is resumed, the previous settings will again become effective.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-11
6. SETTING THE OTHER PAPER SIZES (OTHER KEY)
1
2
3
4
You can easily make copies using paper sizes other than A and B size formats, for example, Letter size
format.
1
2
3
Set the original(s).
Page 2-4
Place paper on the bypass tray, and adjust the slides
to the size of the paper. Page 3-4
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the OTHER KEY key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Pre key to switch the screen.
5
6
4
Press the COPY SIZE key of the paper corresponding to the size that has been set in the bypass guide.
7
5
Press the BASIC key to enter the basic menu, then
press the ZOOM... key.
6
Press one of the ORIGINAL SIZE keys corresponding to the size of the originals which have been set,
then the OTHER key for the COPY SIZE .
7
Press the
8
9
Select other copy modes as required.
10
START key.
11
12
5-12
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
7. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
The clock built in to the copier can be set by entering the date, day of the week and time using the digital
keys. Also, you can easily change the clock to and from the daylight saving time system at the touch of
a key.
1
2
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the DATE/TIME key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
3
4
2
Key in the year (last two digits only), month, date,
day of the week, time (24-hour format) and minutes
with the digital keys, in this order from the left-hand
column.
• Press the
key to move to the next entry column.
[Ex.] To enter 2000 / November ....,
0
0
1
1
....
* Numbers corresponding to the days of week:
Number
Day of
week
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri.
5
6
7
7
Sat.
8
Check that the settings are all correct.
• If any of the settings are incorrect, press the
return and correct it.
key to
Press the SET key.
Tip
Setting the Clock to the Daylight Saving Time System
• In the countries which adopt the daylight saving time syskey to highlight it on the first day of sumtem, press the
mer, then press the SET key.
• If the time was 15:45 before setting the daylight saving time
system, for example, it becomes 16:45 when the icon is
shaded.
9
10
11
12
5-13
8. SETTING AUTOMATIC ENERGY SAVING MODE
1
If the automatic power saving mode is set, the copier will automatically go into the power saving mode if
left inactive for a pre-determined period of time (default setting: 15 minutes).
* If you do not want to use the automatic power saving mode, consult your dealer or service technician.
2
Setting the Automatic Energy Saving Mode
3
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the ENERGY SAVE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
4
5
6
2
On the display, select the period of time (in minutes)
allowed before the Automatic Energy Saving mode
is activated.
• The setting procedure finishes and the display returns to
the program menu screen.
7
8
9
Clearing the Automatic Energy Saving Mode
Press any of the
START , PRINTER/NETWORK ,
COPY
FAX keys.
and
• The copier warms itself up for a while and the following message appears.
READY
10
• While the copier is warming up, auto-start copying can be set.
Page 1-13
11
12
5-14
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
9. SETTING AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF MODE
If you set an automatic shutoff time, the copier will automatically go into the OFF mode (unneeded
electricity is cut off) when it is left inactive for a pre-determined period of time (default setting: 60 minutes).
The “Off mode” is the name of the function when the copier is used by itself. If the optional printer and/or
facsimile funciton is installed, the mode name becomes the “Sleep mode”. However, the setting procedures for both modes are the same.
1
2
Note
In the regions with power requirements of 200V, if the copier does not have the optional facsimile or
printer function installed, all the power is shut off when the copier goes into the auto shutoff mode. When
the optional facsimile or printers function is installed, only unneeded electricity is cut off in the auto
shutoff mode.
Setting the Automatic Shutoff Mode
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the AUTO SHUT OFF key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
3
4
5
6
7
2
On the display, select the period of time (in minutes)
allowed before the Automatic Shutoff mode is activated.
• The setting procedure finishes and the display returns to
the program menu screen.
8
9
10
Clearing the Automatic Shutoff Mode
Press any of the POWER , START , PRINTER/NETWORK ,
COPY and
FAX keys on the control panel.
• The copier warms itself up for a while and the following message appears.
11
12
READY
• While the copier is warming up, auto-start copying can be set.
Page 1-13
5-15
10. SWITCHING BETWEEN LANGUAGES
1
2
The language used on the touch panel can be changed to different language.
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then, press the CHANGE LANGUAGES key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
3
4
5
2
Press the key of the desired language.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-16
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
11. DEPARTMENT CODES
You can administer the copy quantity of each group by setting a department code for each purpose
(copying, printer and FAX). Up to 50 codes can be set.
* You need a master code to be input when you use this function for the first time.
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the program
menu. Then press the DEPARTMENT CODE key.
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
1
2
3
4
2
Key in the department code (5 digits).
5
6
7
3
The department code menu appears.
8
9
Printing the Counter
10
This function prints out the number of copies output for each
department.
1
Press the PRINT OUT DEPARTMENT CODES key
in the department code menu.
11
• Printing starts.
12
5-17
11. DEPARTMENT CODES (Cont.)
Clearing All Counters
1
This function clears all counters to “000000”.
* The total counter ( Page 1-8) cannot be cleared.
2
1
Press the RESET ALL COUNTERS key in the department code menu.
2
Press the YES key.
3
4
5
• The counter is reset to “000000”.
6
7
8
Registration/Change/Deletion of Department Code
This function registers, changes and deletes the department
code.
Registering a New Department Code
9
1
Press the SET DEPARTMENT CODES key in the
department code menu.
2
Press the ENABLE key, then the SET key.
10
11
12
5-18
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
3
Press the SET key to register a master code.
• If the master code has already been registered, the screen
on step 6 will be displayed.
1
2
3
4
Input a master name and press the SET key.
• Entering letters
Page 5-24
4
5
5
Using the digital keys, enter the desired master code
(5 digits) both for NEW CODE and for RETYPE
NEW CODE , and press the lower SET key.
• The master code is 5 digits (“00000” is invalid).
6
7
8
6
Select the department number where you want to
register the department code, and press the
CHANGE key.
9
10
7
Input the department name and press the SET key.
11
12
5-19
11. DEPARTMENT CODES (Cont.)
1
8
Using the digital keys, enter the desired department
code (5 digits) both for NEW CODE and for RETYPE NEW CODE , and press the lower SET key.
• The department code is 5 digits (“00000” is invalid).
2
3
4
Changing the Department Code of a Specific Department
1
Press the SET DEPARTMENT CODES key in the
department code menu.
2
Select the department code number you want to
change, and press the CHANGE key.
3
The confirmation screen for department code
change is displayed. Press the SET key.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-20
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
4
Input the department name and press the SET key.
• Entering letters
Page 5-24
1
2
3
5
Using the digital keys, enter the current department code
for CURRENT CODE , and the code you want to register
both for NEW CODE and for RETYPE NEW CODE ,
and press the lower SET key.
4
• The department code is 5 digits (“00000” is invalid).
5
6
Deleting a Department from the Department Codes
1
Press the SET DEPARTMENT CODES key in the
department code menu.
7
8
9
2
Press the ENABLE key, then the SET key.
10
11
12
5-21
11. DEPARTMENT CODES (Cont.)
1
3
Select the department number you want to delete,
and press the DELETE key.
4
Press the YES key.
2
3
4
5
6
Clearing a Specific Department Counter
7
1
Press the SET DEPARTMENT CODES key in the
department code menu.
2
Press the ENABLE key, then the SET key.
8
9
10
11
12
5-22
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
3
Select the department number where you want to
clear the counter, and press the RESET COUNTERS
key.
1
2
3
4
Press the YES key.
4
5
Disabling the Department Codes
1
Press the SET DEPARTMENT CODES key in the
department code menu.
6
7
8
2
Press the DISABLE key.
9
• If you have pressed this key, you have to register the master
code again.
10
11
12
5-23
12. ENTERING LETTERS
1
The following screen is provided for entering letters.
* For entering numbers, use the digital keys on the control
panel.
2
3
4
5
6
7
The following keys are used for entering letters.
• CapsLock ..................... Press this key to switch capital letters and small letters.
• B Space ........................ Press this key to delete the letter before the cursor.
• Space ........................... Press this key to enter a space.
.......................... Press these keys to move the cursor.
•
• SET .............................. Press this key to fix all entered letters.
• Cancel .......................... Press this key to cancel entry of letters.
Entering Letters
Example: Enter “Toshiba”.
1
Press the T key in the Letter Entry Screen.
2
Press the CapsLock key to enter small letters, then
press the O key.
8
9
10
11
12
5-24
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
3
Press the S , H , I , B and A keys.
1
2
3
4
Press the SET key to fix the entered letters.
4
5
6
Correcting Entered Letters
Example : Correct “Toshiba” to “TOSHIBA”.
1
Press the B Space key to delete “oshiba”.
7
8
9
2
Press the CapsLock key to enter the capital letters.
10
11
12
5-25
12. ENTERING LETTERS (Cont.)
1
3
Press the O , S , H , I , V and A keys.
4
Press the
5
Press the B Space key to delete “V”.
6
Press the B key to enter “B”, then the SET key to
fix the entered characters.
2
3
4
key to move the cursor to (under) “A”.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5-26
USING THE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
6. SELECTING FINISHING
MODES
(USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
1. Finishing modes and finishers (optional) ................................... 6-2
1
2
3
4
2. Sort/group copying .................................................................... 6-3
3. Staple mode .............................................................................. 6-5
5
4. Alternate stacking mode ............................................................ 6-7
5. Hole punching mode.................................................................. 6-8
6. Magazine sort & Saddle stitching mode .................................... 6-9
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6-1
1. FINISHING MODES AND FINISHERS (OPTIONAL)
1
2
There are 3 types of optional finishers (MJ-1011, MJ-1012 and
MJ-1013). Functions available differ depending on the type of
the finisher installed.
• Press the key on the basic screen on the right (shaded), and
confirm the finishing modes on the panel.
* The touch panel used in this chapter appears when the optional finisher (MJ-1013) with the optional hole punching unit
installed in your copier.
3
Names of the Finishers
4
5
Console type
• MJ-1012
• MJ-1013 (with saddle stitching function)
Hanging type
• MJ-1011
Upper cover
Trays
6
Hole punching unit
(sold separately)
7
Front
cover
Trays
8
9
10
Lower cover
Saddle stitching tray (MJ-1013 only)
11
12
6-2
SELECTING FINISHING MODES (USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
2. SORT/GROUP COPYING
The default setting for the finishers is Non-sort mode, however, you can produce sorted copies or grouped
copies as required.
• Example of making 5 sets of copies from 5-page originals
Sort copying
Group copying
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
2
3
4
5
1
2
Set the originals.
Page 2-4
6
Press the key on the basic screen as shown on the
right (shaded).
7
8
3
Press the SORT (or GROUP ) key.
9
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
10
11
12
6-3
2. SORT/GROUP COPYING (Cont.)
When Placing an Original on the Glass
1
2
3
5
Place the next original (or 2nd side) and press the
START key.
• You can press the YES key and then the START key to
do the same operation.
• Repeat the above procedure until all your originals have
been scanned.
6
After all your originals have been scanned, press
the FINISHED key.
• Copying begins.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6-4
SELECTING FINISHING MODES (USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
3. STAPLE MODE
When the optional finisher is installed, you can use the function that automatically staples at one of the
following three positions.
* Only SINGLE-1 is available for the hanging type finisher (MJ-1011) .
1
• SINGLE-1 is selected:
Set on the Reversing
Placed on the glass
Automatic Document Feeder
Finish
AB
AB
BA
2
3
4
• DOUBLE is selected:
5
AB
AB
BA
6
7
• SINGLE-2 is selected:
AB
AB
AB
AB
9
* Depending on the paper size, stapling is made either vertically or diagonally.
1
Set the originals.
8
Page 2-4
10
11
12
6-5
3. STAPLE MODE (Cont.)
1
2
Press the key on the basic screen as shown on the
right (shaded).
3
Press the SINGLE-1 (or DOUBLE or SINGLE-2 )
key.
2
3
4
5
Select other copy modes as required.
4
Press the
START key.
6
Maximum Number of Sheets for Stapling, Stapled Position and Available Paper Size
7
8
Model name
Maximum capacity for stapling
Stapled position and available paper size
MJ-1011
30 sheets: A4, A4-R, B5
20 sheets: B4
15 sheets: A3, FOLIO
•SINGLE-1: A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, FOLIO
MJ-1012
50 sheets: A4, B5
30 sheets: A3, A4-R, B4, FOLIO
•SINGLE-1: A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, FOLIO
•DOUBLE: A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, FOLIO
•SINGLE-2: (vertical) A4-R, FOLIO
(diagonal)A3, A4, B4, B5
MJ-1013
9
10
11
12
6-6
SELECTING FINISHING MODES (USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
4. ALTERNATE STACKING MODE
With A4 and A4-R paper set in the cassettes, if you select the alternate stacking mode and produce
sorted or grouped copies, each set of copies is alternately stacked in different directions, which makes
it easier to handle paper after making copies. Even when the optional finisher is installed, paper exits on
the inner tray in this mode.
* This mode cannot be used in the Automatic Paper Selection mode.
1
2
3
4
1
2
Set the originals.
Page 2-4
Press the key on the basic screen as shown on the
right (shaded).
5
6
7
8
3
Press the ALTERNATION key.
9
10
4
Select A4 size of paper.
Select other copy modes as required.
5
11
• When you select A4, make sure that an A4-R cassette is
also installed.
Press the
12
START key.
6-7
5. HOLE PUNCHING MODE
1
With the optional punching unit attached to the optional finisher (MJ-1012 or MJ-1013 only), you can
have your copies punched with holes.
* The thickness of paper should be in the range of 64 to 200 g/m2. Special paper such as OHP film is
excluded.
2
3
1
2
Set the originals.
3
Press the HOLE PUNCH key.
Page 2-4
Press the key on the basic screen as shown on the
right (shaded).
4
5
6
7
Select other copy modes as required.
4
8
9
• If the key for the desired function is not shown, press the
Next key to switch the screen.
Press the
Tip
Number of punch holes and available paper sizes:
Since the number of punch holes and the distance between
the holes vary depending on countries, purchase a punching
unit that meets your requirements. (For details, consult your
service technician.)
10
11
12
6-8
START key.
Number of punch holes and hole diameter Available paper sizes
Japan and most of 2 holes
Europe (MJ-6001E) (6.5 mm dia.)
A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
North America
(MJ-6001N)
2/3 holes switchable
(8.0 mm dia.)
2 holes: LG, LT-R, COMP
3 holes: LD, LT
France
(MJ-6001F)
4 holes
A3, A4
Sweden
(MJ-6001S)
4 holes
A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
(6.5 mm dia; 70, 21 mm pitch)
FOLIO
(6.5 mm dia.; 80 mm pitch)
SELECTING FINISHING MODES (USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
6. MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCHING MODE
When the Magazine Sort mode is selected, copies are made so that they can be bound like magazines.
When the finisher with saddle stitcher (optional, MJ-1013) is installed, you can select the saddle stitching mode which will automatically staple in the centre of the document.
* Blank covers or copied covers can be added at the top of the copies if the cover sheet mode is used in
Page 4-18). In this case, nothing is printed on the back of the cover sheet when the
combination (
MAGAZINE SORT or MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH key is pressed. If combined with the
cover sheet when the SADDLE STITCH key is pressed, the back side of the cover sheet can be
copied.
* Two procedures are available for making copies in the Magazine Sort mode. See page 4-16 for the
EDIT menu process.
Example of copying a 12-page document
1
2
3
• When MAGAZINE SORT is selected
4
1
6
2
5
7
4
3
2
12
9
11
6
• When MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH is selected
7
1
2
6
7
3
12
8
• When SADDLE STITCH is selected
9
12
10
8
1
6
3
7
5
10
1
Set the originals.
Page 2-4
• When placing them in the reversing automatic document
feeder (optional), set them by referring to the order of pages
in the illustrations above.
• When placing them on the glass, place the first page of the
originals first if MAGAZINE SORT or MAGAZINE SORT &
SADDLE STITCH is selected. If SADDLE STITCH is selected, set them in the order of pages 12-1, (2-11,) 10-3, (49,) then 8-5, (6-7) by referring to the illustration above for
example.
11
12
6-9
6. MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCHING MODE (Cont.)
1
2
Press the key on the basic screen as shown on the
right (shaded).
3
Press the MAGAZINE SORT ( or MAGAZINE SORT
& SADDLE STITCH or SADDLE STITCH ) key.
2
3
4
Select other copy modes as required.
5
4
Press the
START key.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6-10
SELECTING FINISHING MODES (USING THE OPTIONAL FINISHERS)
7. WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
1
2
3
1. Description of the flashing graphic symbols ............................. 7-2
2. Add paper symbol .................................................................... 7-3
• Adding paper to the cassettes .................................................................... 7-3
4
• Adding paper to the large-capacity feeder (optional) .................................. 7-4
3. Replace toner cartridge symbol ................................................. 7-5
4. Clear paper symbol .................................................................. 7-10
5
Reversing automatic document feeder (optional) .................................... 7-10
Cassette feeding area ............................................................................. 7-12
6
Large-capacity feeder (optional) ............................................................. 7-13
Bypass feed unit ..................................................................................... 7-13
Automatic duplexer ................................................................................. 7-14
7
Jam releasing unit ................................................................................... 7-14
Fuser unit ............................................................................................... 7-15
Relay unit ................................................................................................ 7-16
8
Hole punching unit (optional) ................................................................... 7-17
Finisher (optional) ................................................................................... 7-17
9
Saddle stitching unit (optional) ................................................................ 7-19
5. Adding staples......................................................................... 7-21
6. Removing jammed staples ...................................................... 7-25
10
7. Clearing accumulated punched paper bits .............................. 7-28
8. Call service symbol ................................................................. 7-29
9. Periodic maintenance message .............................................. 7-30
11
12
7-1
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE FLASHING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
1
The graphic display on the touch panel shows the status of the copier. When one of the graphic symbols
flashes, take the appropriate action referring to page
shown.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FUSER MISFEED Symbol
Flashes when a paper misfeed occurs on the paper path inside the copier (near the fuser unit).
Page 7-15
FINISHER/PUNCHING UNIT MISFEED symbol
Flashes when a paper misfeed occurs inside the
Page 7-17
finisher or punching unit.
DUPLEXER MISFEED Symbol
Flashes when a paper misfeed occurs inside the
Page 7-14
automatic duplexer.
RELAY UNIT MISFEED symbol
Flashes when a paper misfeed occurs on the paper path (near the relay unit) inside the copier.
Page 7-16
BYPASS MISFEED symbol
Flashes when a sheet of paper fails to be fed into
the copier during bypass copying. Replace the sheets
Page 7-13
of paper on the bypass guide.
CHECK ORIGINALS symbol
Flashes when an original misfeed occurs inside the
reversing automatic document feeder.
Page 7-10
CASSETTE MISFEED symbol
Flashes when paper fed from one of the cassettes
Page 7-12
is misfed.
CALL SERVICE symbol
Flashes when inspection and maintenance by a
service technician become necessary.
Page 7-29
9
OPTIONAL FEEDER MISFEED symbol
Flashes when paper fed from the large-capacity
feeder (optional) or a selected cassette (optional)
Page 7-13
is misfed.
10
JAM RELEASING UNIT MISFEED symbol
Flashes when a misfeed occurs in the jam releasing unit on the paper path inside the copier.
Page 7-14
11
REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE symbol
Flashes when the toner cartridge runs out of
Page 7-5
toner.
12
REPLACE TONER BAG symbol
Flashes when the toner bag becomes full of used
Page 7-8
toner.
SADDLE STITCHING UNIT MISFEED symbol
Flashes when a paper misfeed occurs inside the
Page 7-19
saddle stitching unit.
7-2
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
2. ADD PAPER SYMBOL
Adding Paper to the Cassettes
When the paper supply in the selected cassette or the large-capacity feeder (optional) runs out, the
cassette or large-capacity feeder shown on the display flashes, and the following message appears:
1
Add paper
2
Add paper as follows.
3
1
Pulling up the cassette grip, draw out the cassette
carefully until it comes to a stop.
4
5
2
6
Open a paper package, take out whole ream of paper and place it in the cassette.
• Up to 550 sheets of paper (60 mm high) (recommended by
Toshiba) can be set.
• Do not add paper above the line indicated on the guide.
• Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or damp sheets of
paper.
7
8
Note
Make sure that a gap of approx. 0.5 mm (less than 1 mm in
total) is left between the paper and the side guide. If there is
no gap, this would cause paper misfeeding.
3
Approx. 0.5 mm
Side guide
Side guide
Push the cassette straight in until it comes to a stop.
• Be sure to push the cassette fully in, taking care.
• The same procedure can be used to add paper to any of
the cassettes in the paper feed pedestal (optional).
Approx. 0.5 mm
9
10
11
12
7-3
2. ADD PAPER SYMBOL (Cont.)
Adding Paper to the Large-Capacity Feeder (optional)
1
1
Pulling up the grip, draw out the large-capacity
feeder carefully until it comes to a stop.
2
Open some paper packages, take out entire reams
of paper and set them aligned in tray 훽 and tray 훾.
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
8
• When setting the paper, set the paper for 훽 to the right
aside, and set it for 훾 to the left aside. (The paper can be
set neatly if you pile up the paper little by little alternately in
the tray 훽 and 훾.) Be sure that the centre lever is not open
(Refer to the labels attached in the large-capacity feeder).
• Do not add paper above the line indicated on the guide.
• Up to 2500 sheets of paper (recommended by Toshiba) can
be set.
• Paper starts being fed from the elevator tray 훽 at first, and
when it runs out of paper, the paper on tray 훾 moves to the
position 훽.
• Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or damp sheets of
paper.
Close the cover of the large-capacity feeder.
• Close the cover completely. The elevator tray automatically
moves up to the paper feeding position.
9
10
11
12
7-4
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
A
B
3. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the REPLACE
TONER CARTRIDGE
message appears:
symbol flashes, and the following
SYMBOL
1
Add toner
Then replace both the toner cartridge and the toner bag at the
same time.
2
3
Here at Toshiba dependable high quality image output
is what we do. By using genuine Toshiba toners you
can ensure that you are not only receiving quality output but also output that is friendly to mother earth and
human beings.
4
5
6
7
8
ORIGINAL & GENUINE TOSHIBA TONER
T-3500E
NET 450 gr
FOR e-STUDIO45/35
COMPONENTS: Stylene acrylate
copolymer,Carbon black
Organic Pigment
1-1, Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 101-8442, Japan
PHONE:81-3-3438-6854
1
9
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
AGITER AVANT EMPLOI.
VOR GEBRAUCH GUT SCHUTTELN.
AGITARE BENE PRIMA DELL'USO.
SACUDIR BIEN ANTES DE USAR.
Open the front cover.
MADE IN JAPAN / FABRIQUE AU JAPON
HERGESTELLT IN JAPAN / HECHO EN JAPON
FATTO IN GIAPPONE
10
11
12
7-5
3. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Removing the Toner Bag
1
2
Move the toner bag in the direction of the arrow and
release it from part 훽.
3
Holding part 훾 with your one hand, pull the toner
bag toward you to pull it out of its holder.
A
2
3
4
• Put the lid on the toner bag and return it to your service
technician.
5
6
7
B
Removing the Toner Cartridge
4
Pushing on the claw, lower the cartridge holder toward you.
8
9
10
Cartridge
11
12
7-6
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
5
6
Rotate the cartridge so that the arrow on its side
appears in the position shown on the right.
Cartridge
Pull the cartridge out carefully.
2
3
Note
Please return the used toner cartridges and toner bags to
your service technician.
4
5
6
Installing a New Toner Cartridge
7
Shake the new toner cartridge well to loosen the contents.
8
Standing the toner cartridge upright as shown on
the right, pull out the seal in the direction of the arrow.
7
7-7
3. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
1
SYMBOL (Cont.)
9
Holding the cartridge so that the arrow on its lower
side is kept in the position shown on the right, insert the cartridge completely.
10
Return the cartridge holder back to its original position.
2
3
4
Tip
The amount of toner consumed varies depending on the originals and the image quality mode.
5
6
Installing a New Toner Bag
7
11
Install the new toner bag by reversing the procedure
used for removing one.
• Refer to the procedure in steps 2 and 3 on page 7-6.
8
9
When the REPLACE TONER BAG
symbol flashes:
When the toner bag becomes full of used toner, the REPLACE
symbol flashes and this message apTONER BAG
pears:
Dispose of used
toner
10
Replace the toner bag by following the instructions on page
7-6.
Note
11
It is recommended that the used toner bag be replaced at the
same time as the toner cartridge.
12
7-8
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
Additional Explanation
The life of the toner cartridge (number of copies) varies depending on the following conditions.
1. Coverage of originals (printing ratio of the original) and density of original background
2. Size and density of originals
3. The existence of solid black when making copies (when a book is copied and the original cover is
partially opened)
4. Temperature and humidity in the room when making copies
5. Copy density and image quality mode
As indicated in the figure below, the life of the toner cartridge varies depending on the copy mode and
coverage of originals.
6
7
12
7-9
4. CLEAR PAPER
1
2
SYMBOL
When a paper misfeed occurs in the copier, the CLEAR PAsymbol flashes in the positions where paper is
PER
~
flashes, the following message will
misfed. If any of
appear:
Misfeed in copier
If any of
~
flashes, the following message will appear:
Misfeed in finisher
3
Remove the misfed paper by referring to the diagram shown on
the right.
4
Paper Misfeed in the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
5
1
Push the button on the reversing automatic document feeder.
6
7
• Remove any misfed originals.
8
9
10
2
Rotate the blue knob on your side in the direction of
the arrow and remove any misfed originals.
11
12
7-10
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
• By rotating the knob in the direction in the opposite direction of previous illustration, you can also remove misfed originals from the side shown.
1
2
3
3
Lift the blue handle.
4
5
4
Rotate the blue knob on your side to remove any
misfed originals.
6
7
8
5
Lift the original feeding tray.
9
10
6
Remove any misfed originals.
11
12
7-11
4. CLEAR PAPER
1
SYMBOL (Cont.)
7
Move the blue knob toward the front.
8
Remove any misfed originals.
2
3
4
5
6
Paper Misfeed in the Cassette Feeding Area
7
1
Open the cover 훽.
8
A
9
10
2
Remove any misfed paper.
11
12
7-12
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
Paper Misfeed in the Large-Capacity Feeder (optional)
1
1
Open the cover 훾.
2
3
B
2
Remove any misfed paper.
4
5
6
Tip
Paper Misfeed in the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional)
• Open the cover as shown on the right, and remove any
misfed paper.
• If the paper is jammed in the upper cassette, open the cover
훽 and remove it.
7
8
훽
9
Paper Misfeed on the Bypass Feed Unit
1
Pull out misfed paper on the bypass guide.
• Reset the sheets of paper on the bypass guide.
10
11
12
7-13
4. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Paper Misfeed in the Automatic Duplexer
1
Make sure that the bypass guide is opened. Then,
hold the handle of the automatic duplexer to lift
and open it.
2
Lifting the blue handle indicated with an arrow, remove any misfed paper.
• After having removed the paper, be sure to close the both
sides of the automatic duplexer firmly.
Paper Misfeed in the Jam Releasing Unit
7
1
Making sure that the bypass guide and the automatic
duplexer are opened, pull out the two blue knobs
and push down the two fuser pressure release levers
strongly until they come to a stop.
Note
Be sure to carry out step 1 without fail.
2
7-14
Holding the jam releasing unit, open it.
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
3
Rotate the blue knob indicated with an arrow toward
the inside and remove any misfed paper.
1
• After having removed the paper, be sure to close the both
sides of the jam releasing unit cover firmly.
2
3
Paper Misfeed in the Fuser Unit
1
Making sure that the bypass guide, the automatic
duplexer and the jam releasing unit are opened, open
the fuser unit cover.
4
5
6
2
Remove any misfed paper inside the fuser unit.
7
8
9
10
11
12
7-15
4. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Paper Misfeed in the Relay Unit
1
1
Holding the cover handle of the relay unit, open it.
2
Remove any misfed paper inside the relay unit.
2
3
4
5
6
• If paper is misfed at the inner part of the relay unit, remove
it pushing down the blue lever.
7
8
9
• Remove the misfed paper from the fuser unit side if it is
easier.
10
11
12
7-16
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
Paper Misfeed in the Hole Punching Unit (optional)
1
1
While pressing the button indicated with an arrow,
pull out the finisher slowly away from the copier.
2
3
2
Open the cover of the hole punching unit.
4
5
6
3
Rotate the blue knob to locate the arrow within the
on the label.
1234567890
1234567890
1234567890
area
• Under this condition, the punchers are up, allowing the paper shown in the figure to be removed.
7
8
Paper Misfeed in the Finisher (optional)
9
When using the console type:
1
Raise the hole punching unit (optional).
10
11
12
7-17
4. CLEAR PAPER
1
SYMBOL (Cont.)
2
Open the upper finisher cover.
3
Lifting knob or knobs and , remove any misfed
paper.
4
Remove any misfed paper in the paper exit area.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7-18
When using the hanging type:
1
By pulling the lever, move the finisher carefully away
from the copier.
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
2
Lifting the blue lever, pull out any misfed paper.
1
2
3
3
Remove any misfed paper in the paper exit area.
4
5
6
Paper Misfeed in the Saddle Stitching Unit (optional)
1
Pressing the button shown with the arrow, move the
finisher away from the copier.
7
8
9
2
Open the saddle stitcher cover and remove any
misfed paper.
10
11
12
7-19
4. CLEAR PAPER
1
SYMBOL (Cont.)
3
Open the lower cover of the finisher.
4
Turn the right-hand knob anticlockwise.
5
Pusing the left-hand knob, turn it clockwise.
6
Remove any paper misfed on the exit side of the
saddle stitcher.
7
Open the exit cover of the saddle stitcher and remove any misfed paper.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7-20
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
5. ADDING STAPLES
When the staple cartridge runs out of staples, the following message appears:
Set staple cartridge
1
Add staples to the cartridge according to the procedure below.
2
Console-Type Finisher
1
Open the front finisher cover.
3
4
5
2
Lower the blue lever in the stapler and slide out the
staple cartridge.
6
7
8
3
Remove the empty staple case upward from the
staple cartridge.
9
10
11
12
7-21
5. ADDING STAPLES (Cont.)
1
4
Push in a new staple case into the staple cartridge
completely inside until a click is heard.
• Do not remove the seal holding the staples before the staple
case is set in the cartridge.
2
3
4
5
Pull out the seal holding the staples straight.
6
Return the staple cartridge to its original position.
5
6
7
8
• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the claw and fixed
with a click sound.
Note
If the following message remains displayed, repeat the above
procedure from steps 1 to 6.
Set staple cartridge
9
10
11
12
7-22
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
Saddle Stitching Unit
1
1
Open the lower cover of the finisher.
2
3
2
Slide out the saddle stitching unit carefully toward
the front.
4
5
6
3
Pull out the grip of the saddle stitch holder toward
you and turn it 90 degrees clockwise.
7
8
4
5
6
Remove the empty staple case and set a new one.
9
• Replace both staple cases with new ones.
Return the saddle stitch holder and the saddle
stitching unit to their respective original positions.
10
Make sure that the finisher is attached to the copier
firmly and that either of A3, B4 or A4-R size of paper is set in the copier.
11
• If any of the above paper sizes is not set, test stapling cannot be performed. Set either A3, B4 or A4-R size of paper.
7
Close the lower finisher cover. Then, test stapling
is automatically carried out on a blank sheet.
12
• This operation is carried out to avoid empty stitching.
7-23
5. ADDING STAPLES (Cont.)
1
Note
If test stapling fails to be performed and the following message remains displayed, repeat the above procedure from
steps 1 to 7.
2
Set staple cartridge
3
4
Hanging-Type Finisher
1
By pulling the lever, move the finisher away carefully from the copier.
2
3
Holding the sides of the staple cartridge, slide it out.
4
Turn the staple cartridge to its normal position and
push it back into the stapler.
5
6
7
8
9
Turn the staple cartridge upside down, and perform
steps 3 to 5 of the procedure for adding staples to
the Console-Type Finisher ( Page 7-21) .
• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the claw and fixed
with a click sound.
Note
10
If the following message remains displayed, repeat the above
procedure from steps 1 to 4.
Set staple cartridge
11
12
7-24
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
6. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES
When copies have not been stapled in the staple mode, check if the following message is shown on the
display:
1
Examine stapler
2
If the message is shown, staples have been jammed. Remove them as described below.
Console-Type Finisher
1
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure for “5. ADDING STAPLES Console-Type Finisher ”( Page 721).
2
Holding the knob, lower part 훽.
3
4
5
6
A
3
Remove any jammed staples using your fingertip or
something sharp.
7
8
4
9
Holding the knob, return part 훽 to its original position.
10
A
11
12
7-25
6. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES (Cont.)
1
2
5
6
Slide the staple cartridge back into the stapler.
• Push the staple cartridge in until it is caught by the claw and
fixed with a click sound.
Close the front finisher cover.
3
Saddle Stitching Unit
4
1
Perform steps 1 to 3 of the procedure for “5. ADDING STAPLES Saddle Stitching Unit ”(
Page 723).
5
2
Remove the empty staple case.
3
While pushing down on lever , pull up knob .
6
7
8
9
2
1
10
11
4
Remove any jammed staples, and then return knob
to its original position.
2
12
Stapler
7-26
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
5
Return the staple case to its original position.
1
2
3
6
7
Return the saddle stitch holder and the saddle stitching unit to their original positions.
Close the lower finisher cover.
4
5
6
Hanging-Type Finisher
1
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure for “5. ADDING STAPLES Hanging-Type Finisher ”( Page 724).
7
2
Perform steps 2 to 4 of the procedure for “6. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES Console-Type Finisher ”(
Page 7-25).
8
3
4
Return the staple cartridge to its original position.
9
• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the claw and fixed
with a click sound.
Attach the finisher to the copier.
10
11
12
7-27
7. CLEARING ACCUMULATED PUNCHED PAPER BITS
1
When paper bits punched from copies have accumulated to a certain level, the following message
appears.
Please Dispose of Hole Punch Dust
2
Dispose of the paper bits as described below.
3
Inside the Finisher
1
Open the cover of the hole punching unit.
6
2
Holding the black handle, slide out the case containing the paper bits, and dispose of them properly.
7
3
4
Return the waste case to its original position.
4
5
8
Close the cover of the hole punching unit.
9
10
11
12
7-28
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
8. CALL SERVICE
SYMBOL
When the CALL SERVICE
symbol flashes, the following message appears and copying is no longer
possible. Turn off the POWER switch and call your service technician.
1
Call for service
When the CALL SERVICE
or CLEAR PAPER
symbol is
CLEAR/STOP key and the digital
flashing, if you press the
key 8 together, the corresponding error code will appear on the
copy quantity display only while both keys are held down. Please
inform of the error code in addition when you are asking for service.
2
3
Note
Since heaters are used to fix toner images to the copy paper, a safety circuit is incorporated in this
copier. After you turn on the main power switch (* press the POWER key on the control panel when the
copier is in the auto shutoff mode), if a certain temperature is not attained within a certain period of time,
the safety circuit assumes that something abnormal has happened, causing the copier to stop its operation. This can possibly occur when the temperature is low even if the copier is not malfunctioning. If this
occurs, turn the power switch off and then on again (* same as above). Repeat this procedure twice, and
if the problem still persists, turn off the power switch and call for service.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7-29
9. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE MESSAGE
1
2
When the following message has appeared on the display panel:
Time for periodic maintenance
This indicates that assistance from a qualified service technician is required. Call your service technician for assistance.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7-30
WHEN GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ON THE TOUCH PANEL
8. MAINTENANCE
1
2
1. Daily inspection ......................................................................... 8-2
2. Simple troubleshooting .............................................................. 8-4
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
8-1
1. DAILY INSPECTION
1
2
3
4
5
Items for Daily Check
Main power switch ON/OFF status
• We recommend turning the main power switch ON at startup
everyday so that copies can be made whenever you want.
Also, be sure to turn the main power switch OFF when you
leave the office.
• Do not turn the main power off when using the auto shutoff
and/or weekly timer, and optional functions such as a network
printer and/or facsimile.
Weekly Maintenance
To maintain copy quality, the following cleanings are recommended preferably once a week.
* When cleaning, be careful not to scratch the parts that are
cleaned.
Cleaning the Original Glass
6
7
If the original glass of the copier is dirty, the stains
may be copied.
• Clean the original glass with a cloth moistened with small
amount of water or cleaning liquid, then wipe a dry cloth over
the glass.
8
9
Cleaning the Original Cover
10
11
If the back face of the original cover is dirty, the copy
may get dirty or the original size may be incorrectly
detected.
• Clean the original cover with a cloth moistened with small
amount of water, alcohol or a neutral detergent, then wipe off
the detergent completely with a dry cloth.
12
8-2
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
If the scanning area (transport belt) is dirty, it may
cause the original jam or dirty copies. A dirty Mylar
may also create dirty copies.
• Clean the transport belt with a cloth moistened with small
amount of water, alcohol or a neutral detergent, then wipe off
the detergent completely with a dry cloth.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cleaning the Charger
If the inside of the charger and the wire become dirty, the dirt
may appear on the copy.
* Before start cleaning, BE SURE TO TURN OFF THE MAIN
POWER SWITCH, then open the front cover.
1
2
7
8
Open the front cover.
Clean the charger.
• Hold the cleaning knob, pull it out slowly and fully to the
front and then push it back to the inside carefully and completely. Repeat this 2 or 3 times.
Note
9
10
Make sure that the charger knob is pushed in fully inside.
3
Close the front cover.
11
12
8-3
2. SIMPLE TROUBLESHOOTING
1
Check the following items, and if the problem still occurs, call service for assistance.
Copier does not start
Items to be checked
2
Countermeasure
Reference page
Is the power cord plug firmly in- Insert the power cord plug firmly.
serted in the outlet?
3
Is the front cover firmly closed? Close the covers properly.
4
5
Page 1-2, 7-5, 8-3
Display does not change when keys or icons are pressed
Is the copier in the Energy Sav- Press the
START ,
COPY or
ing mode?
PRINTER/NETWORK ,
Page 5-14
FAX key on the control panel to
clear the mode. (It takes a while until the copier
becomes ready.)
6
Is the department code input? Is Input the correct department code.
Page 1-14
the code correct?
7
Is a key copy counter used?
If you are using a key copy counter, insert it
Is the “Warming up” message dis- Wait until the copier becomes ready.
8
Page 1-15
into the slot.
Page 1-13
played?
Copy density is too low
9
Has the message “Add toner” ap- Replace the toner cartridge.
Page 7-5
peared on the screen?
10
Is the image density set prop- Set the image density properly with the manual
erly?
Page 3-16
density keys.
11
Copy density is too high
12
Is the image density set prop- Set the image density properly with the manual
erly?
8-4
MAINTENANCE
density keys.
Page 3-16
Copies are stained
Items to be checked
1
Countermeasure
Is the original cover fir mly Close the cover firmly to shut out any outer
closed?
light.
Is the original glass dirty?
Clean the original glass with a cloth moistened
Reference page
Page 1-2
Page 8-2
with cleaning liquid, then wipe a dry cloth over
3
the glass.
Is the original cover dirty?
Clean the original cover or transport belt with
Page 8-2
a cloth moistened with a neutral detergent.
Is the transport belt of the op- Then wipe the detergent completely off with a
2
Page 8-3
4
tional reversing automatic docu- dry cloth.
ment feeder dirty?
Is the image density set prop- Set the image density properly with the AUTO
erly?
Page 3-15
5
key or manual density keys.
6
Copy images are blurred
Does the entire original lie prop- Place the original firmly on the glass and close
Page 1-2
7
erly on the surface of the glass? the original cover.
Is the copy paper moist?
Replace with new paper.
Page 1-9
8
Images are partially missing
Are the original size and direc- Select the same size of copy paper as the origi-
Page 3-6
9
tion, as well as the reproduction nal, or set the reproduction ratio suitable for
ratio suitable for the paper size? the paper size.
Is the margin on the copy set Set a smaller image shift value.
Page 4-2
10
properly?
11
Touch panel screen is not easy to see
Is the brightness adjusted?
Use the touch panel contrast adjustment vol-
Page 1-2
12
ume on the back side of the control panel.
8-5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
8-6
MAINTENANCE
9. SPECIFICATIONS &
OPTIONS
1
2
3
1. e-STUDIO45/35/28 specifications ............................................. 9-2
2. Specifications of options ............................................................ 9-3
3. Packing list ................................................................................. 9-6
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
9-1
1. e-STUDIO45/35/28 SPECIFICATIONS
1
Model Name
DP-4500/3500/2800
Type
Desktop type (Console type when the paper feed pedestal is installed)
Fixed (original referenced to top left , referenced to centre when us-
Original Glass
2
3
4
ing reversing automatic document feeder)
Copying System
Indirect electrophotographic method
Developing System
2-component magnetic brush developing
Fixing method
Induction heating
Photosensor Type
OPC
Original Scanning System
Linear CCD sensor
Resolution
2400dpi ✕ 600dpi with smoothing
Acceptable Originals
Sheets, books and three-dimensional objects
Automatic feeding: A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R
5
6
Acceptable Copy Paper Size
Manual feeding: Paper size within 100~297 mm (Length), 148~432 mm (Width)
Warm-up Time
Approx. 30 seconds
First Copy Time
Approx. 3.9 seconds
Multiple Copying
Up to 999 copies (digital key entry)
Actual size: 100±0.5%
7
Original size: A3, A4, A5, B4, B5
Reproduction Ratio
Paper size: A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, FOLIO
25~400% (in 1% increments)
(50~200% when using the reversing automatic document feeder)
8
Cassette: 550 sheets
Paper Supply
Large-capacity feeder: 2500 sheets
9
Toner Density Adjustment
10
11
12
9-2
Sheet bypass: 100 sheets
Magnetic auto-toner system
Exposure Control
Automatic plus manual selection from 11 exposure step
Light Source
Xe lamp
Power Requirements
220-240V, 50/60Hz, 8A
Power consumption
1.5 kW max.
Dimensions
660mm(W) ✕ 673mm(D) ✕ 739mm(H) (copier only)
Weight
approx. 73kg (copier only)
Storage Capacity
Max. 2000 images (A4) (Toshiba’s own chart)
* Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS
2. SPECIFICATION OF OPTIONS
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
Model Name
MR-3012
Copy Sides
Single-side, Duplex
Number of Originals
Up to 100 originals (50~80g/m2) or up to 16mm of height of originals
Feeding Speed (A4, single-side) approx. 45 originals/min. (e-STUDIO45); approx. 35 originals/min. (eSTUDIO35); approx. 28 originals/min. (e-STUDIO28)
Minimum ............. A5-R
Acceptable Original Size
Maximum ............ A3
Paper weight ....... 50~127g/m2 (single), 50~105g/m2 (duplex)
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Dimensions
557mm(W) ✕ 500mm(D) ✕ 165mm(H)
Weight
13.6kg
Paper Feed Pedestal/Large-capacity Feeder
Model Name
KD-1009 (Paper Feed Pedestal)
Type
Console Type
Number of Cassettes
One
KD-1010 (Large-capacity feeder)
Acceptable Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R,A5-R, FOLIO A4
Acceptable Paper Weight
64~80 g/m2
550 sheets
2500 sheets
(Height: approx. 60mm)
(Height: approx. 137mm ✕ 2)
Maximum Capacity
Power Source
Dimension
Weight
Supplied from the copier
530mm(W) ✕ 536mm(D) ✕ 305mm(H)
With the stabilizer attached: 627mm(W) ✕ 618mm(D) ✕ 305mm(H)
20kg
9
26kg
Cassette Module Device (An option for KD-1009)
Model Name
MY-1017
Acceptable Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, FOLIO
Acceptable Paper Weight
64~80 g/m2
Maximum Capacity
550 sheets (Height: approx. 60mm)
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Dimension
525mm(W) ✕ 529mm(D) ✕ 107mm(H)
Weight
3.7kg
*Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
9-3
2. SPECIFICATION OF OPTIONS (Cont.)
1
Finisher
Model Name
Type
2
3
5
MJ-1012
MJ-1013
Hanging Type
Floor Type
Floor Type
Copy
Size
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R
Paper
Thickness 64~80g/m2
60~200g/m2
Number of Copies
30 sheets (A4, A4-R, B5) 50 sheets (A4, B5)
Staple at a Time
20 sheets (B4)
2
4
MJ-1011
30 sheets (A3,A4-R, B4)
(64~80 g/m )
15 sheets (A3)
Stapling Position
Rear
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Dimensions
431 ✕ 541 ✕ 413 mm
641 ✕ 582 ✕ 1200 mm
641 ✕ 582 ✕ 1200 mm
Weight
18.6 kg
37 kg
57 kg
Saddle Stitcher
No
No
Yes
Puncher
No
Optional
Rear, Front, Front diagonal, Double
6
7
Tray Loading Capacity ( MJ-1012 / MJ-1013)
The tray loading capacity is determined by the loading height in each mode.
Units of mm ± 7mm
* Values in parentheses ( ) = the equivalent number of sheets of paper.
Mode
Non-Sort
Sort/Group
8
Tray No.
A5-R
9
B5-R
10
A4,B5
Mixed paper loaded
Mixed paper not loaded
2
1
2
1, 2
1, 2
147
147
✕
✕
✕
✕
(1000)
(1000)
✕
✕
✕
✕
147
147
Whichever of 110 mm,
Whichever of 74 mm,
(1000)
750 sheets or 50 cop-
500 sheets or 50 cop-
ies is reached first
ies is reached first
1
74
74
(500)
(500)
147
147
(1000)
11
A3,B4,A4-R,
FOLIO
12
Staples loaded
(1000)
(1000)
74
74
74
74
Whichever of 74 mm,
Whichever of 74 mm,
(500)
(500)
(500)
(500)
500 sheets or 50 cop-
500 sheets or 50 cop-
ies is reached first
ies is reached first
When the staples loaded and mixed paper loaded, the maximum number of stapled sheets is 30.
When paper of different widths is mixed, stapling is not possible.
* Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
9-4
SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS
(MJ-1011 with mixed paper not loaded)
Mode
Tray No.
Non-sort
Sort/Group
1
2
B5-R,
30
99
A5-R
(200)
(700)
30
A4, A4-R, B5
B4
A3, FOLIO
1
Staples loaded
1
2
1
2
✕
✕
✕
✕
99
30
99
Whichever of 50 copies or
Whichever of 50 copies or
(200)
(700)
(200)
(700)
170 sheets is reached first
600 sheets is reached first
20
70
20
70
Whichever of 15 copies or
Whichever of 50 copies or
(140)
(490)
(140)
(490)
110 sheets is reached first
400 sheets is reached first
15
49
15
49
Whichever of 15 copies or
Whichever of 50 copies or
(350)
80 sheets is reached first
300 sheets is reached first
(100)
(350)
(100)
(MJ-1011 with mixed paper loaded)
Mode
Tray No.
Non-sort
1
2
A3 and A4
mixed
15
49
(100)
(350)
B4 and B5
3
4
5
Sort/Group
Mixture of paper with different width
2
Staples loaded
1
2
1
2
✕
✕
✕
✕
Whichever of 15 copies or
Whichever of 15 copies or
15
49
80 sheets is reached first
300 sheets is reached first
(100)
(350)
Whichever of 15 copies or
Whichever of 15 copies or
110 sheets is reached first
400 sheets is reached first
mixed
6
7
8
Hole Puncher (Options for MJ-1012/MJ-1013)
Number of punch holes and hole diameter
Japan and most of 2 holes
Available paper sizes
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
Europe (MJ-6001E)
(6.5 mm dia.)
North America
2/3 holes switchable
2 holes: LG, LT-R, COMP
(MJ-6001N)
(8.0 mm dia.)
3 holes: LD, LT
France
4 holes
A3, A4
(MJ-6001F)
(6.5 mm dia.; 80 mm pitch)
Sweden
4 holes
(MJ-6001S)
(6.5 mm dia; 70, 21 mm pitch)
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
9
10
11
*Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
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3. PACKING LIST
Unpacking Instructions
1
Set-up Instructions
Packing List
Customer Satisfaction Card
2
Operator’s Manual Pocket
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Toshiba copiers are manufactured to the highest technical standards, using quality parts and components, and are designed to meet all electrical safety and environmental requirements.
To ensure that optimum levels of performance and reliability are maintained, we strongly advise that
your machine receives regular visits for Periodic Maintenance at the copy intervals prescribed by Toshiba,
which are:
150,000 copies (e-STUDIO45) / 120,000 copies (e-STUDIO35) / 90,000 copies (e-Studio28) Main
Service
On models which incorporate a periodic maintenance message “TIME FOR PERIODIC MAINTENANCE”
on the message display, this message will notify you that periodic maintenance has become necessary,
when pre-programmed by your dealer technician.
To ensure that the aforementioned quality standards are maintained, we strongly recommended that
only Original Toshiba supplies and parts are used in your copier.
How to affix the PM labels
The labels have to be replaced by Service Technicians at the time of setup and each PM
time.
To Service Technicians:
At the time of setup and each PM, fill in the appropriate label with the current Total Counter reading, the
date and your signature, then peel off and affix the upper part of the next PM sticker to the copier as
shown.
1. How to fill in the labels:
2. Affixing position
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Counter
Date
Signature
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estudio28_35_45_cop_ver4_UK.pdf
estudio28/35/45 copier Manual UK
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