Printer Operations
Large-Format Printers
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This Basic Guide includes three booklets.
Read this manual first.
Printer Operations
Basic Guide
1
Safety Precautions ........................................2
Types of manuals .............................................5
Documentation Conventions ............................6
Parts .................................................................8
Attaching the Roll Holder to Rolls ...................12
Loading Rolls in the Printer ............................14
Removing the Roll from the Printer ................16
Loading Sheets in the Printer .........................18
Removing Sheets ...........................................20
Consumables..................................................21
Replacing Ink Tanks .......................................22
Replacing the Maintenance Cartridge ............26
Replacing the Printhead .................................30
Menu Map.......................................................35
Troubleshooting
2
Troubleshooting ................................................2
If Roll Paper Jams ..........................................18
If a Sheet Jams...............................................21
If Paper is Soiled ............................................23
If Printing is Faint ............................................25
If Vertical Lines are Warped or Colors are
Misaligned ..................................................26
If Banding Occurs ...........................................28
If Line Length Does Not Match .......................30
Error Messages ..............................................32
Printer Relocation
3
Preparing to Transfer the Printer ......................2
Reinstalling the Printer .....................................6
Printer Driver Installation
Installing the Printer Driver (Windows) .............9
Installing the Printer Driver (Mac OS X) ......... 11
Convenient Printer Driver Features ................13
Read this manual before attempting to operate the printer.
Keep this manual in a handy location for future referencing.
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Safety Precautions
Follow the warnings and precautions below to use the printer safely. Do not perform any operations or procedures
other than as described in this manual. Doing so may result in unexpected accidents and can cause a fire or
electrical shocks.
Warning
█ Printer location
• Do not set up the printer in any location exposed to alcohol, thinner, or other volatile liquids. If these
substances come into contact with electrical components inside the printer, there is a risk of fire or
electrical shock.
█ Power Supply
• Never handle the power cable with wet hands. Doing so may cause electrical shock.
• Insert the power cable securely and completely into the power source. If the power cable is not
inserted completely, this could cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not use any power cable other than the one provided. This could cause a fire or electrical shock.
Never use the power cable with any other electrical device.
• Never cut the power cable or attempt to modify it, and never stretch it or bend it forcefully. Never place
a heavy object on the power cable. Damaged sections of the power cable could cause a short circuit
and may cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Never connect the power cable to a power strip or any power source shared by other electrical
devices. This could cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Never knot the power cable or wrap it around itself. This could cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Periodically disconnect the power cable and use a dry cloth to wipe away dust that has collected on
the plug and the area around the power outlet. Leaving the power cable plugged in and not cleaned
for a long period, especially in an area subject to dust, oil, and humidity, could cause the insulation
material to deteriorate and lead to a fire.
█ In an Emergency
• If the printer emits smoke or strange odors, continuing to use the printer may cause a fire or electrical
shock. Switch the printer off immediately and remove the power plug from the power outlet. Contact
the nearest service center.
█ Cleaning the Printer
• For cleaning, use a cloth dampened in water. Never use flammable solvents such as alcohol,
benzene, or thinner. If these substances come into contact with electrical components inside the
printer, there is a risk of fire or electrical shock.
█ Pacemakers
• This printer generates a low-level magnetic field. Anyone wearing a pacemaker who experiences
discomfort while working around the printer should leave the area. Consult a physician before
continuing to work around the printer.
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Safety Precautions
Caution
█ Printer location
• Never install the printer on an unstable or vibrating surface. If it falls over, this could cause personal
injury.
• Never set up the printer in a location that is exposed to high humidity or large amounts of dust, or
exposed to direct sunlight, high temperature, or open flame. This could cause a fire or electrical
shock. Use the printer location in an environment where temperature and humidity are within the
ranges of 15°C to 30°C (59°F to 86°F) and 10 to 80% RH (with no condensation).
• Never place the printer on a heavy wool or shag carpet. The fibers may enter the printer and cause a
fire.
• Keep the area around the power outlet clear of items so that you can disconnect the power cable
immediately if the printer starts operating abnormally. In the event of a printer malfunction, remove the
power cable from the outlet as soon as possible to prevent fire and electrical shocks.
• Do not install the printer near sources of strong electromagnetic fields, whether equipment that
generates such fields or places where such fields occur. This could damage the printer or cause
malfunction.
█ Moving the Printer
• The weights of main printer units are as follows:
iPF750 or iPF755: approx. 52 kg (115 lb)
iPF650 or iPF655: approx. 43 kg (95 lb)
• Moving the printer requires at least three people, holding it on both sides and from behind. Be careful
to avoid back strain and other injuries.
• When moving the printer, firmly grasp the Carrying Handles under each side and in back. Holding the
printer at other positions is dangerous and poses a risk of injury and damage if the printer is dropped.
█ Power Supply
• Always grip the plug to remove the power cable from the power outlet. Pulling on the power cable
could damage the cable and lead to a fire or electrical shock.
• Never use an extension cord. This could cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Never use any power source other than 100–120 / 220–240 V AC. This could cause a fire or electrical
shock. The printer operating conditions are described below. Use the printer under the following
conditions.
Power supply voltage: 100–120 / 220–240 V AC
Power supply frequency: 50/60Hz
█ Cleaning the Printer
• Always disconnect the power cable from the outlet before cleaning the printer. If the printer is switched
on accidentally, moving parts inside the printer may cause personal injuries.
█ Printhead, Ink Tanks, and Maintenance Cartridge
• Always store consumables in a safe location out of the reach of small children. If a child licks or
ingests ink accidentally, seek medical assistance immediately.
• If ink accidentally gets in your eyes, immediately rinse with water.
If ink gets on your skin, immediately clean it off with soap and water.
If irritation persists in your eyes or on your skin, contact a physician immediately.
• Avoid dropping or shaking printheads, ink tanks, and maintenance cartridges. Spilled ink can stain
clothing and the work area.
• Never touch the electrical contacts of the Printhead after printing. The contacts become extremely hot
and can cause minor burns.
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Safety Precautions
█ Other
• Never disassemble the printer or attempt repairs. There are high voltage parts inside the printer that
can cause a fire or electrical shock.
• Never use flammable sprays around the printer. The gas of flammable sprays can cause a fire or
electrical shock, if it contacts high voltage points inside the printer.
• Never insert your hand into the printer while it is printing. Moving parts inside the printer can cause
injuries.
• Never place anything on the printer such as small metal objects (paper clips, staples), liquids, any
type of liquid container that contains flammable liquids (alcohol, benzene, etc.). If such objects fall into
the printer, this could cause a fire or electrical shock.
• After removing the Cutter Unit, never touch the cutting edge (a). This could cause personal injury.
a
• To prevent a fire hazard or dangerous electric shock, if a foreign object falls into or a liquid spills into
the printer, press the Power button immediately to switch the printer off, unplug the printer power cable
from the outlet, and then call for service. If you continue to use the printer, this could cause a fire or
electrical shock.
• Connect the interface cable correctly. To avoid damage, before connection make sure that the shape
of the cable connector matches the connection point on the printer.
• During printing, turn on the ventilation system in the room.
• We recommend ensuring ample space for installation.
Trademarks
Canon, the Canon logo, and imagePROGRAF are trademarks or registered trademarks of CANON INC.
Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Macintosh is trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Other company and product names in this guide are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
Legal Notice
It is illegal to reproduce currency, bills, negotiable securities and other documents prohibited by law. Reproduction
of such items may be subject to criminal prosecution.
It is illegal to reproduce legal certificates, licenses, travel tickets, and certain public and private documents
prohibited from reproduction by law. Reproduction of such items may be subject to criminal prosecution. Please
note that intellectual property protected by copyright may not be reproduced without the express permission of the
copyright holder except for personal or household use under limited circumstances.
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Types of manuals
Types of manuals
Title
Details
Setup Guide
Instructions for unpacking and setting up the printer, and
for installing the printer driver
Basic Guide 1 (this manual)
Descriptions of basic printer operations
Printer Operations
Basic Guide 2
Troubleshooting tips
Troubleshooting
Basic Guide 3
Printer Relocation / Printer Driver
Installation
User Manual
Instructions for preparing to relocate the printer and for
software installation
Detailed instructions for using the printer
(electronic manual)
Paper Reference Guide
Information on paper you can use with the printer
(electronic manual)
Accessing the electronic manuals
The electronic manuals are accessible from imagePROGRAF Support Information.
Besides the electronic manuals, you can also access the imagePROGRAF website from imagePROGRAF
Support Information.
• User Manual
The User Manual gives detailed operating
instructions for the printer, as well as
troubleshooting tips in case of printing issues.
• Paper Reference Guide
The Paper Reference Guide identifies the types
of paper you can use with the printer and gives
specifications.
• Stay Informed
Provides access to the imagePROGRAF website,
where you can find news on a variety of printing
topics and tips on getting the most from your
printer.
Access imagePROGRAF Support Information as follows.
Windows
Double-click the iPFxxxx Support desktop icon. (xxxx indicates the printer
model.)
Mac OS X
Click the iPF Support icon in the Dock.
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Documentation Conventions
Symbols
The following symbols are used in this document to indicate safety information and explanations of
restrictions or precautions in use.
Caution
Indicates caution items for which operating error poses a risk of injury or damage
to equipment or property. To ensure safe use, always follow these precautions.
Important
Indicates important information that must be followed when using the printer. Be
sure to read this information to prevent printer damage or operating errors.
Note
Indicates helpful reference information and supplemental information on particular
topics.
Cross-reference
Additional sources of information are identified as follows in the documentation.
In the Basic Guides:
(→
, Section title), (→
, Section title), (→
, Section title)
(Guide number and section title)
In the User Manual:
(→"Section title," User Manual)
Text conventions and illustrations
Button names and user interface elements
Key and button names on the control panel and user interface elements in software (such as menus and
buttons) are indicated as follows in this document.
Control panel buttons
Example: Press the OK button.
Control panel messages
Example: Head Cleaning is displayed.
Software interface items
(menus and buttons)
Example: Click OK.
Keyboard keys
Example: Press the Tab key.
Part names
Names of printer parts are indicated as follows in this document.
Printer part names
Example: Open the Top Cover.
Figures and software screens
• Instructions that apply to the iPF650, iPF655, iPF750, and iPF755 alike are given with figures depicting
the iPF755. Illustrations may therefore look different from the appearance of your printer in some cases,
but basic operations are the same.
• Screens depicted in this document for the printer driver or other software may look different from the
actual screens because of subsequent updates.
• Windows XP screens are used in explanations of Windows operations.
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FCC Regulations (U.S.A)
Canon Large Format Printer
iPF650
iPF655
iPF750
iPF755
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual.
If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel No. 516-328-5600
For CA, USA Only
Included battery contains Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.
See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/ for detail.
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Parts
Names and functions of printer parts are as follows.
Front
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Name
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Operation
a
Roll Cover
Open this cover to load rolls.
b
Paper Feed Slot
When loading paper, insert it here.
c
Roll Ledge
When loading rolls, rest the Roll Holder here before loading it in the Roll Holder
Slot.
d
Release Lever
When releasing the Paper Retainer, push this lever back.
e
Control Panel
Use this panel to operate the printer and check the printer status.
f
Ink Tank Cover
Open this cover to replace an Ink Tank.
g
Paper Alignment Line
An orange line for alignment of paper.
h
Maintenance Cartridge Cover
Open this cover to replace the Maintenance Cartridge.
i
Maintenance Cartridge
Absorbs ink used for maintenance purposes such as head cleaning. (Replace the
cartridge when it is full.)
j
Cutter Unit
A round-bladed cutter for automatic roll cutting.
k
Cutter Rail
The Cutter Unit passes over this rail to cut paper.
l
Output Tray
All printed documents are ejected from this slot.
m
Ejection Guide
Guides printed documents as they are ejected.
n
Top Cover
o
Width Guide
Open this cover to install the Printhead and remove any jammed paper from inside
the printer, as needed.
When loading the sheets , move the guide to match the paper size.
p
Stand
q
Roll Holder
A stand that holds the printer. Equipped with casters to facilitate moving it. (iPF750
and iPF755 only.)
Load the roll on this holder.
r
Holder Stopper
Secure rolls on the Roll Holder with this part.
s
Roll Loading Slots
Slide the Roll Holder along these slots.
t
Roll Holder Slot
Load the Roll Holder into this holder slot.
• The Stand is provided as a standard accessory with the iPF750 and iPF755.
• With the iPF650 and iPF655, the Stand is normally offered as an option, but it may be provided as a standard
accessory in some sales regions.
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Parts
Top Cover (Inside)
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d
f
e
Name
Operation
a
Carriage
Moves the Printhead. The carriage serves a key role in printing.
b
Carriage Shaft
The Carriage slides along this shaft.
c
Paper Retainer
Important in supplying the paper. This retainer holds paper as it is fed.
d
Platen
The Printhead moves across the platen to print. Vacuum holes on the platen hold paper
in place.
e
Borderless Printing Ink
Grooves
For catching ink outside the edges of paper during borderless printing.
f
Linear Scale
The linear scale serves a key role in detecting the Carriage position. Be careful not to
touch this part when cleaning inside the Top Cover or clearing paper jams.
g
Cleaning Brush
When cleaning inside the printer under the Top Cover, use this brush to sweep away
paper dust on the Platen.
• Do not touch the Carriage Shaft (b) or Linear Scale (f). Touching these parts may damage them.
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Parts
Control Panel
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OK
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Name
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Operation
a
Display Screen
Shows the printer menu, as well as the printer status and messages.
b
Data Lamp (green)
Indicates the status of print jobs or the printer firmware.
c
Message lamp (orange)
Lit or flashes when messages are displayed. When the lamp is off, the printer is
operating normally or turned off.
d
Power button (green)
Turns the printer on and off. The power button is lit when the printer is on or in Sleep
mode.
e
Stop button
Cancels print jobs in progress and ends the ink drying period.
f
Navigate button
Enables you to check instructions for loading and removing paper or replacing ink tanks
or printheads, as well as other operations.
g
► button
Press this button on the Tab Selection screen to move to another tab. In menu items
requiring numerical input, press this button to move to another digit.
h
▲ button
Press this button when viewing menus to display the previous menu item or setting
value.
i
▼ button
Press this button when viewing menus to display the next menu item or setting value.
j
OK button
Press this button on the Tab Selection screen to display the menu of the tab shown.
Pressing this button in menu items of each tab for which
is displayed at left will move
to the lower level of the menu item, enabling you to execute menu commands or set
menu values.
Also press this button if the Display Screen indicates to press the OK button.
k
◄ button
Press this button on the Tab Selection screen to move to another tab. In menu items
requiring numerical input, press this button to move to another digit.
l
Back button
Displays the screen before the current screen.
m
Menu button
Displays the Tab Selection screen. (→
n
Load button
Press this button when loading or replacing paper.
(→ , Loading Rolls in the Printer), (→ , Loading Sheets in the Printer)
o
Feed button
Pressing this button when rolls are loaded enables you to reposition the paper.
p
Cut button
Pressing this button when rolls are loaded cuts the paper.
q
Cut Sheet lamp (green)
Lit when sheets are selected as the paper source.
r
Roll Media lamp (green)
Lit when rolls are selected as the paper source.
, Menu Map)
• To recover from Sleep mode, any button can be pressed except the Power button.
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Parts
Menu operations
Navigate and perform menu operations on the control panel as follows.
After the printer starts up, the Tab Selection screen is shown on the Display
Screen.
Information is organized in four tabs, and you can press control panel buttons to
access menus and set or execute items for each tab.
(→ , Menu Map)
Ready
OK: Paper Menu
Plain Paper
ISO A2 Roll
(Paper tab) • • • • • • • • • A tab indicating status and showing menus related to paper.
(Ink tab) • • • • • • • • • • • A tab indicating status and showing menus related to ink.
(Job tab) • • • • • • • • • • A tab indicating status and showing menus related to print jobs.
(Settings/Adj. tab) • • • A tab indicating status and showing menus related to settings and
adjustment.
• Accessing tab menus
To select tabs, press ◄ or ► on the Tab Selection screen,
and then press the OK button.
Tab menus are now displayed.
To select a menu, press ▲ or ▼, and then press the OK
button.
The menu is selected, and menu items are now displayed.
To access lower-level menus for menus labeled with
select the menu and press the OK button.
at left,
• Specifying menu items
Press ▲ or ▼ to select desired settings, and then press the
OK button.
The check box at left is selected, and the setting is confirmed.
After two seconds, the display reverts to the upper level menu.
• Specifying numerical values
Follow these steps to enter numbers. In this example, network
settings items are entered.
1. For numerical input, press ◄ or ► to move the cursor (shown
as an underscore) to other fields.
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to enter the value.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to complete the settings, and then
press the OK button.
• Executing menu commands
Press ▲ or ▼ to select the action to execute, and then press
the OK button.
The menu command is now executed.
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Ready
OK: Paper Menu
Plain Paper
ISO A2 Roll
OK button
Paper Menu
Back button
㪈㪆㪉
Load Paper
Eject Paper
Chg. Paper Type
Chg. Paper Size
ManageRemainRoll
Paper Menu
OK button
Back button
Roll Paper
Cut Sheet
Attaching the Roll Holder to Rolls
Attach the roll holder to rolls as follows.
When printing on rolls, attach the Roll Holder to the roll.
Rolls have a two- or three-inch paper core. Use the correct attachment for the paper core. The printer comes
equipped with the 2-Inch Paper Core Attachment installed.
Parts to Prepare
• Using rolls with a 2-inch paper core
2-Inch Paper Core Attachment (a)
• Using rolls with a 3-inch paper core
3-Inch Paper Core Attachment L (b)
3-Inch Paper Core Attachment R (c)
a
b
c
• Set the roll on a table or other flat surface so that it does not roll or fall. Rolls are heavy, and dropping a roll may
cause injury.
• When handling the roll, be careful not to soil the printing surface. This may affect the printing quality. We recommend
wearing clean cloth gloves when handling rolls to protect the printing surface.
• Use scissors or a cutting tool to cut the edge of the roll paper if it is uneven, dirty, or has tape residue. Otherwise, it
may cause feeding problems and affect the printing quality.
Be careful not to cut through any barcodes printed on the roll.
• Align the edges of the paper on both ends of the roll. Misalignment
may cause feeding problems.
• For details on supported sizes and types of rolls, see "Paper Sizes" or the Paper Reference Guide.
(→"Paper Sizes," User Manual), (→"Types of Paper," User Manual)
• To view instructions as you attach the Roll Holder, press the Navigate button.
1
Lift the Holder Stopper lever (a) from the shaft side to
unlock it. Holding the Holder Stopper at the position
indicated (b), remove it from the Roll Holder.
a
b
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Attaching the Roll Holder to Rolls
2
Insert the respective attachments for the roll paper core
on the Roll Holder and Holder Stopper.
• Using rolls with a 2-inch paper core
Holder Stopper (Left Side)
Roll Holder (Right Side)
Align the tips (a) of the 2-Inch Paper Core
Attachment with the holes (b) of the Holder Stopper
and insert it firmly.
No attachment is needed.
b
a
• Using rolls with a 3-inch paper core
Holder Stopper (Left Side)
Roll Holder (Right Side)
Align the tips (a) of the 3-Inch Paper Core
Attachment L with the holes (b) of the Holder
Stopper and insert it firmly.
Align the tips (a) of the 3-Inch Paper Core
Attachment R with the holes (b) of the Holder
Stopper and insert it firmly.
b
b
a
a
3
4
a
With the edge of the roll paper facing forward as shown,
insert the Roll Holder from the right of the roll. Insert
it firmly until the roll touches the flange (a) of the Roll
Holder, leaving no gap.
Insert the Holder Stopper from the left in the Roll Holder
as shown. Holding it at the position shown (b), push it
firmly in until the flange (a) of the Holder Stopper touches
the roll. Lock the Holder Stopper lever (c) by pushing it
down toward the shaft side.
a
c
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b
Loading Rolls in the Printer
Load rolls in the printer as follows.
• Before loading rolls, make sure the printer is clean inside the Top Cover and around the Ejection Guide. If these
areas are dirty, we recommend cleaning them in advance. (→ , If Paper is Soiled)
1
Press the Load button.
OK
2
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Load Roll Paper, and then press
the OK button.
• If any paper has been advanced that will not be used, a message is shown requesting you to remove it.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Yes, and then press the OK button. Remove the paper and go to the next step.
3
4
Positioning your hands as shown, open the Roll Cover.
Holding the Roll Holder flange (a), rest the Roll Holder
shaft on the Roll Ledge (b).
At this time, position the holder so that the R label on the
Roll Holder flange (c) is aligned with the R label on the
printer (d), as shown.
d
b
b
a
c
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Loading Rolls in the Printer
5
Holding the Roll Holder flange (a), guide the holder along
the Roll Loading Slots (b) on both ends, keeping the
holder level as you load it in the Roll Holder Slot.
b
b
c
c
a
• Do not force the Roll Holder into the printer with the right and left ends reversed. This may damage the
printer and Roll Holder.
• Do not release the flanges until you load the holder fully in the Roll Holder Slot, keeping it level.
Accidentally loading the Roll Holder crooked may damage the printer or Roll Holder when paper is
advanced.
Be careful not to pinch your fingers between the Roll Loading Slots (b) and the Roll Holder shaft (c)
when loading rolls.
6
Advance the leading edge of the roll in the Paper Feed
Slot (a) until you hear a tone.
The printer now starts advancing the paper, and a menu
for selection of the type of paper is shown on the Display
Screen.
a
a
• Be careful not to soil the printing surface of roll paper as you insert it in the slot. This may affect the
printing quality. We recommend wearing clean cloth gloves when handling rolls to protect the printing
surface.
• If the paper is wrinkled or warped, straighten it out before loading it.
• Load paper straight so it is not fed askew.
7
Press ▲ or ▼ to select the type of paper, and then press
the OK button.
• For details on types of paper to select, see the Paper Reference Guide.
(→ , Types of Manuals)
8
Holding it at the positions indicated, close the Roll Cover.
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Removing the Roll from the Printer
Remove rolls from the printer as follows.
1
On the Tab Selection screen of the Control Panel, press
◄ or ► to select the Paper tab (
).
Ready
OK: Paper Menu
Plain Paper
ISO A2
• If the Tab Selection screen is not displayed, press the Menu button.
2
3
4
Press the OK button.
The Paper Menu is displayed.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Eject Paper, and then press the
OK button.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Yes, and then press the OK
button.
The roll is now rewound and ejected.
• If you have selected ManageRemainRoll > On in
the Control Panel menu, a barcode is printed on the
leading edge of the roll.
Do not remove the roll before the barcode is printed.
You will be unable to keep track of the amount of roll
paper left.
(→"Keeping Track of the Amount of Roll Paper Left,"
User Manual)
5
Positioning your hands as shown, open the Roll Cover.
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Removing the Roll from the Printer
6
Using both hands, rotate the Roll Holder toward the back
to rewind the roll.
7
Holding the Roll Holder flange (a), remove the holder
from the Roll Holder Slot.
• See the following procedure for instructions on removing the Roll Holder from the roll.
(→"Removing the Roll Holder from Rolls," User Manual)
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Holding it at the positions indicated, close the Roll Cover.
• To load new paper in the printer at this point, see the following procedure.
(→ , Loading Rolls in the Printer)
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a
Loading Sheets in the Printer
Load sheets in the printer as follows.
• One sheet of paper can be loaded in the Paper Feed Slot at a time. Do not load more than one sheet at a time.
This may cause paper jams.
• Before feeding paper or printing, make sure the sheet is flat against the Roll Cover. The sheet may jam if it curls
before feeding or printing and the trailing edge drops toward the front.
• Store unused paper in the original package, away from high temperature, humidity, and direct sunlight.
• Paper that is wrinkled or warped may jam. If necessary, straighten the paper and reload it.
• Load the paper straight. Loading paper askew will cause an error.
1
Select sheets as the paper source.
• If a print job was received
Sheets are automatically selected, and the media type
and size specified by the print job are shown on the
Display Screen. Go to the next step.
• If no print job was received
1. Press the Load button.
OK
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select Load Cut Sheet, and then
press the OK button.
• If any paper has been advanced that will not be used, a message is shown requesting you to remove it.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Yes, and then press the OK button. Remove the paper and go to the next step.
2
Slide the Width Guide (a) to align it with the mark for the
size of paper you will load.
a
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Loading Sheets in the Printer
3
4
Load the sheet printing-side up in the Paper Feed Slot,
with the right edge aligned with the Paper Alignment
Guide (a) to the right of the Roll Cover.
Insert the paper until the leading edge makes contact and
you hear a tone.
a
Move the Width Guide (a) carefully to match the size of
paper loaded.
Set the Width Guide against the edge of the paper to
prevent the paper from becoming crooked or wrinkled.
a
5
Press the OK button.
• If a print job was received
The printer now starts feeding the paper.
• If no print job was received
A menu for selection of the type of paper is automatically
shown on the Display Screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select the type of paper, and then press
the OK button.
The printer now starts feeding the paper.
• For details on types of paper to select, see the Paper Reference Guide.
(→ , Types of Manuals)
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Removing Sheets
This section describes how to remove sheets from the printer.
1
On the Tab Selection screen of the Control Panel, press
◄ or ► to select the Paper tab (
).
Ready
OK: Paper Menu
Plain Paper
ISO A2
• If the Tab Selection screen is not displayed, press the Menu button.
2
3
4
5
6
Press the OK button.
The Paper Menu is displayed.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Eject Paper, and then press the
OK button.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Yes, and then press the OK
button.
The paper is ejected from the front of the printer.
Holding the paper, push the Release Lever back and
remove the sheet.
Pull the Release Lever forward.
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Consumables
Ink Tanks
Ink tanks that can be used in the printer are labeled with a white letter "J" in a black circle on the side. When
purchasing ink tanks, make sure a "J" is printed on the label, along with the following Ink Tank serial numbers.
130 ml (4.4 fl oz.) per color
• MBK Ink Tank PFI-102MBK
• BK Ink Tank PFI-102BK
• C Ink Tank PFI-102C
• M Ink Tank PFI-104M
• Y Ink Tank PFI-102Y
• You can also use ink tanks other than M Ink Tank PFI-104M that are simply labeled "A."
Printhead
• Printhead PF-04
Maintenance Cartridge
• Maintenance Cartridge MC-10
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Replacing Ink Tanks
Replace ink tanks as follows.
Compatible ink tanks
130 ml (4.4 fl oz) ink tanks can be used for replacement. (→
, Consumables)
Precautions when handling ink tanks
Take the following precautions when handling ink tanks.
• There may be ink around the ink supply section of ink tanks you remove. Handle ink tanks carefully during
replacement. The ink may stain clothing.
• Do not install used ink tanks in another model of printer.
Do not install used ink tanks in another model of printer. This will prevent correct ink level detection, which may
damage the printer or cause other problems.
• We recommend using up an Ink Tank in the course of printing within six months after breaking the seal. Printing
quality may be affected if you use older ink tanks.
• Do not leave the printer without ink tanks installed for extended periods (a month or more). Residual ink may
become clogged inside the printer and affect printing quality.
Make sure the printer is ready for ink tank replacement
Ink Tank replacement is possible in the following cases.
You can replace ink tanks if the Display Screen advises you to check the
amount of ink left or replace ink tanks.
Printing
OK: Ink Menu
C
If a message requests you to replace ink tanks, press the OK button.
In this case, go to "Remove the ink tanks" without following the instructions in
"Access the menu for ink tank replacement."
M
Y
M
B
K
M
B
K
Printing
OK: Ink Menu
Not much ink is
left. Prepare to
replace the ink.
B
K
No ink left.
Replace ink tank.
OK
C
M
Y
M
B
K
M
B
K
B
K
• Do not remove an Ink Tank during initialization immediately after turning on the printer, or during printhead cleaning.
• Ink Tank replacement is possible even during printing, when print jobs are being canceled, or when paper is being
advanced.
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Replacing Ink Tanks
Access the menu for ink tank replacement
• This step is not necessary if a message requests you to replace ink tanks. Check the message on the Display
Screen and press the OK button. Remove the Ink Tank at this point.
1
On the Tab Selection screen of the Control Panel, press
◄ or ► to select the Ink tab (
).
Printing
OK: Ink Menu
C
• If the Tab Selection screen is not displayed, press the Menu button.
2
3
Press the OK button.
The Ink Menu is displayed.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Rep. Ink Tank, and then press the
OK button.
A message on the Display Screen requests you to open
the Ink Tank Cover. Remove the Ink Tank at this point.
Remove the ink tanks
1
Open the Ink Tank Cover and check ink lamps.
Ink lamps flash when there is little ink left.
2
Press the tip of the Ink Tank Lock Lever of the color for
replacement horizontally and lift the Ink Tank Lock Lever
to open it.
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M
Y
M
B
K
M
B
K
B
K
Replacing Ink Tanks
3
Hold the Ink Tank by the grips and remove it. Press the
OK button.
• If there is still ink in the Ink Tank you removed, store it with the
ink holes (a) facing up. Otherwise, ink may leak and cause
stains. Put the Ink Tank in a plastic bag and seal it.
a
Install the ink tanks
1
Before opening the pouch, gently agitate the Ink Tank
once or twice.
Agitate the ink in the Ink Tank by slowly rotating the Ink
Tank upside-down and right side up repeatedly.
• Do not remove and agitate ink tanks that have already been installed in the printer. Ink may leak out.
• If you do not agitate the Ink Tank, the ink may settle, which may affect printing quality.
2
Open the pouch and remove the Ink Tank.
• Never touch the ink holes or electrical contacts. This may cause stains, damage the Ink Tank, and affect
printing quality.
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Replacing Ink Tanks
3
Press the OK button and insert the Ink Tank into the
holder facing as shown, with the ink holes down.
• Ink tanks cannot be loaded in the holder if the color or orientation is incorrect.
If the Ink Tank does not fit in the holder, do not force it into the holder. Make sure the color of the Ink
Tank Lock Lever matches the color of the Ink Tank and check the orientation of the Ink Tank before
reloading it.
4
5
Push the Ink Tank Lock Lever closed until it clicks into
place.
Make sure the Ink Lamp is lit in red.
• If the Ink Lamp is not lit, reload the tank.
6
Close the Ink Tank Cover.
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Replacing the Maintenance Cartridge
Replace the Maintenance Cartridge as follows.
Compatible maintenance cartridges
Use Maintenance Cartridge MC-10.
Precautions when handling the maintenance cartridge
Take the following precautions when handling the Maintenance Cartridge.
• To prevent ink from leaking from a used Maintenance Cartridge, avoid dropping the cartridge or storing it at an
angle. Otherwise, ink may leak and cause stains.
• Ink adheres to the top of the Maintenance Cartridge after it has been used. Handle the Maintenance Cartridge
carefully during replacement. The ink may stain clothing.
• Do not remove the Maintenance Cartridge except to replace it.
Make sure the printer is ready for maintenance cartridge
replacement
Maintenance Cartridge replacement is possible in the following cases.
You can replace Maintenance Cartridge if the Display Screen advises you to
check the remaining capacity or replace the Maintenance Cartridge.
If a message requests you to replace the Maintenance Cartridge, go to
"Replace the maintenance cartridge" without following the instructions in
"Access the menu for maintenance cartridge replacement."
Printing
OK:Setting/Adj. Menu
Maint. cart.
The level is low
Maintenance
cartridge full.
Replace the
MaintCart,
keeping it level.
Pause
㪈㪆㪉
Pause
㪉㪆㪉
• Do not replace the Maintenance Cartridge during initialization immediately after turning on the printer, during
Printhead cleaning, or when ink is being absorbed. Ink may leak out.
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Replacing the Maintenance Cartridge
Access the menu for maintenance cartridge replacement
1
On the Tab Selection screen of the Control Panel, press
).
◄ or ► to select the Settings/Adj. tab (
Printing
OK:Setting/Adj. Menu
Maint. cart.
The level is low
• If the Tab Selection screen is not displayed, press the Menu button.
2
3
4
Press the OK button.
The Set./Adj. Menu is displayed.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Maintenance, and then press the
OK button.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Repl. Maint. C, and then press
the OK button.
A message on the Display Screen advises you to open
the Maintenance Cartridge Cover.
Replace the maintenance cartridge
1
Open the box, remove the plastic bag and packaging
material, and take out the Maintenance Cartridge.
• Never touch the metal contacts (a). This may damage the
Maintenance Cartridge.
a
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Replacing the Maintenance Cartridge
2
3
At this point, open the Maintenance Cartridge Cover.
Hold the used Maintenance Cartridge by the grip (a) with
one hand and put your other hand under the Maintenance
Cartridge to hold it firmly on the bottom, keeping it level as
you pull it out.
a
• Used maintenance cartridges are heavy. Always grasp the cartridge firmly and keep the cartridge level
during removal and storage. If you drop a used Maintenance Cartridge or store it at an angle, ink may
leak and cause stains.
• The remaining Maintenance Cartridge capacity is recorded on each printer. Do not install a used
Maintenance Cartridge in another printer.
4
Keep the used maintenance cartridge level as you put it in
the plastic bag. Expel excess air from the plastic bag and
seal the zipper.
5
Confirm the Maintenance Cartridge is right-side up, put it
in the box, attach the packaging material, and store it so
that it stays level.
• Always put the used Maintenance Cartridge back in the box and store the box on a flat surface.
Otherwise, ink may leak and cause stains.
6
Keeping the new Maintenance Cartridge level, insert it all
the way in.
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Replacing the Maintenance Cartridge
7
8
Close the Maintenance Cartridge Cover.
Press the OK button.
OK
The printer now initializes the Maintenance Cartridge.
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Replacing the Printhead
Replace the Printhead as follows.
When to replace the printhead
Replace the Printhead in the following situations.
• If the printing quality does not improve even after one or two cycles of Head Cleaning B from the printer
menu
• If the Display Screen indicates Open top cover and replace the printhead.
• If your Canon dealer has advised you to replace the Printhead
Compatible printheads
Use Printhead PF-04.
Precautions when handling the printhead
Take the following precautions when handling the Printhead.
• There may be ink around the nozzles of the Printhead you remove. Handle the Printhead carefully during
replacement. The ink may stain clothing.
• Do not open the Printhead pouch until immediately before installation. After removing the Printhead from the pouch,
install it right away. If the Printhead is left after the pouch is opened, the nozzles may dry out, which may affect
printing quality.
Access the menu for printhead replacement
• When replacing the Printhead immediately after printing, wait a few minutes before replacing it. The metal parts of
the Printhead become hot during printing, and there is a risk of burns from touching these parts.
• Prepare a new Ink Tank when ink levels are low.
• Your hands may become dirty during Printhead replacement. Use the gloves provided with the new Printhead for
replacement.
1
2
If the roll is not ejected because of the cutting method
selected, cut it manually and remove it.
(→"Cutting Roll Paper After Printing," User Manual)
Clean inside the Top Cover. (→
, If Paper is Soiled)
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Replacing the Printhead
3
On the Tab Selection screen of the Control Panel, press
◄ or ► to select the Settings/Adj. tab (
).
Ready
OK:Setting/Adj. Menu
Maint. cart.
Remaining Amount
㪏㪇㩼
• If the Tab Selection screen is not displayed, press the Menu button.
4
5
6
Press the OK button.
The Set./Adj. Menu is displayed.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Maintenance, and then press the
OK button.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select Replace P.head, and then press
the OK button.
Ink is now filled.
After about two minutes, a message is shown on the
Display Screen instructing you to open the Top Cover.
Replace the printhead
1
Open the Top Cover.
Instructions are now shown on the Display Screen
regarding Printhead replacement.
• During Printhead replacement, do not move the Carriage from the position indicated. If you accidentally
move the Carriage, you will hear a warning tone, and Printhead replacement is no longer possible. If
you move the Carriage by mistake, close the Top Cover. The Carriage will be moved to the position as
indicated.
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Replacing the Printhead
2
If the Printhead Fixer Cover or Printhead Fixer Lever is
dirty, use a damp cloth that you have wrung out completely
to wipe it clean.
• Never touch the metal contacts of the Carriage. This may damage the printer.
3
4
5
Pull the Printhead Fixer Lever forward all the way to
open it completely.
Pull up the Printhead Fixer Cover to open it completely.
Remove the Printhead and press the OK button.
• Dispose of the used Printhead in accordance with local regulations.
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Replacing the Printhead
6
Holding the new Printhead by the grips (a), remove it from
the pouch.
a
a
• When handling the Printhead, always hold it by the
grips (a). Never touch the nozzles (b) or metal contacts
(c). This may damage the Printhead and affect printing
quality.
• Never touch the ink supply section (d). This may cause
printing problems.
a
d
c
b
• If you need to put a Printhead somewhere temporarily before installation, do not keep the nozzles and
metal contacts facing down. If the nozzles or metal contacts are damaged, it may affect the printing
quality.
7
b
While firmly holding the Printhead you have removed,
use your other hand to remove the orange Protective Part
(a). Squeeze the grips (c) of Protective Part (b) and pull it
down to remove it.
c
a
• The inside surface of the Protective Parts (a) and (b) is coated with ink to protect the nozzles. Be careful
not to touch these surfaces when removing the caps.
• The Printhead contains ink to protect the nozzles. We recommend removing Protective Part (b) as you
hold it over the Printhead package or safely out of the way to avoid spilling ink and staining your clothes
or the surrounding area. If ink accidentally spills, wipe off the ink with a dry cloth.
• Do not reattach the Protective Part or protective material. Dispose of these materials in accordance with
local regulations.
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Replacing the Printhead
8
With the nozzles facing down and the metal contacts
toward the back, insert the Printhead into the Carriage.
Carefully push the printhead firmly into the Carriage,
ensuring that the nozzles and metal contacts do not touch
the carriage.
9
Pull the Printhead Fixer Cover down toward the front to
lock the Printhead in place.
10
Push the Printhead Fixer Lever toward the back of the
printer until it clicks.
11
Close the Top Cover.
Ink now fills the system. It takes about six minutes for ink
to fill the system.
• Never remove an Ink Tank while the system is filling with ink.
• After the Printhead has been replaced and filled with ink, Head Posi. Adj. (Auto(Advanced)) is
performed if you have selected Rep.P.head Print > On in the Control Panel menu. In this case, follow
the instructions displayed for Printhead adjustment.
If Rep.P.head Print is Off, perform Head Posi. Adj. (Auto(Advanced)) yourself.
(→ , If Vertical Lines are Warped or Colors are Misaligned)
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Menu Map
The structure of Tab Selection screen menus on the control panel is as follows. Values at right labeled with an
asterisk (*) are the defaults. For details on settings values, refer to the User Manual.
To access tab menus, press the Menu button to display the Tab Selection screen, press ◄ or ► to select the tab,
and then press the OK button.
Paper Menu
OK
OK
Back
*1
Load Paper
Roll Paper
Eject Paper
Cut Sheet
Chg. Paper Type
*1
A
B
Head Height
Off
On
Skew Check Lv.
*
Cutting Mode
(The paper type is
*1 displayed here.)
Paper Details
(The paper type is
displayed here.)
(The paper size is
*2 displayed here.)
Sheet Size
Roll Length
*3
Roll Width
*4
ManageRemainRoll
Back
Automatic
Eject
Manual
Cut Speed
Fast
Standard
Slow
Trim Edge First
Automatic
Off
On
C
D
E
VacuumStrngth
Scan Wait Time
Roll DryingTime
Paper Details
Keep Paper Type
Automatic
Highest
High
Standard
Low
Lowest
Super Low
B
High Accuracy
Standard
Loose
Off
C
Automatic
Strongest
Strong
Standard
Weak
Weakest
D
Off
1 sec.
3 sec.
5 sec.
7 sec.
9 sec.
E
Off
30 sec.
1 min.
3 min.
5 min.
10 min.
30 min.
60 min.
Off
On
CutDustReduct.
Off
On
A
(The paper type is
*1 displayed here.)
Roll Paper
Cut Sheet
Chg. Paper Size
OK
Back
NearEnd RollMrgn
3mm
20mm
NearEnd Sht Mrgn
3mm
20mm
Bordless Margin
Automatic
Fixed
Width Detection
Off
On
Return Defaults
*
*
*1: For information on the types of paper the printer supports, refer to the Paper Reference Guide.
The paper type setting in the printer driver and related software (as well as on the Control Panel) is updated when you
install the printer driver from the User Software CD-ROM or if you change paper information by using the Media
Configuration Tool.
*2: For information on the sizes of paper the printer supports, refer to the User Manual.
(→"Paper Sizes," User Manual)
*3: Available only if ManageRemainRoll is On.
*4: Available only if Width Detection is set to Off.
Ink Menu
Rep. Ink Tank
Head Cleaning A
Job Menu
OK
OK
Back
*14*16
Print Job
OK
Back
Job List
OK
Back
(Select Print Job.)
*18
*14*16
Stored Job
Mailbox List
(Enter a password if one
has been set.)
Back
Delete
Preempt Jobs
Job List
Print Job List
a
*14: Available only on the iPF755.
*16: Available only on the iPF655.
*18: Print Anyway is displayed when a job being held is selected.
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Print
Delete
*
*
*
Menu Map
a
OK
OK
Back
Job Log
OK
Back
User Name
Page Count
Print Job Log
*14*16
Off
On
HDD Information
Total capacity
Box free space
Set./Adj. Menu
OK
Test Print
*
Job Status
OK
CANCELED
Print Start Time
yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss
Print End Time
yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss
Print Time
xxxsec.
Print Size
xxxxxxxxsq.mm
Ink Consumed
*5
*6
Maintenance
Adj. Fine Feed
*7
Automatic
Print Quality
Print Length
Head Cleaning
Auto(GenuinePpr)
Auto(OtherPaper)
Manual
Adjust Length
AdjustmentPrint
Head Info
Monochrome
Color (CAD) 1
Color (CAD) 2
Color (CAD) 3
Color (CAD) 4
Color (CAD) 5
GL2 Replot
GL2 BufferClear
GL2 Settings
A:High
B:Standard/Draft
Quality Manager
Color Mode
*14*16
*
600dpi
300dpi
*
Print (Economy)
Off
On
*
Paper Source
Automatic
Roll Paper
Cut Sheet
*
Margin
3mm(Standard)
5mm
*
Conserve Paper
Off
On
*
Auto Rotate
Off
On
*
Nesting
Use Nesting
Off
On
Nesting WaitTime
xx min.
*8
Cut Lines
Off
On
Enable merge
Pen Setup
Off
On
*
Select Palette
c
d
H
Software
Palette A
*
Palette B
e
*
*
H
Define Palette
b
Nozzle Check
Status Print
Interface Print
GL2 Set Print
Paper Details
Print Job Log
Menu Map
Color Palette
*
Input Resolution
*8
Line & Pen Manager
Back
G
A:High
B:Standard/Draft
Fast
Standard
High
Print Quality
Paper Manager
OK
Back
Factory
ProductName:
s/n:
Days elapsed:
Count [Mdot]:
Repl. maint cart
*15*17
Adj. Quality
Head Cleaning A
Head Cleaning B
Replace P.head
OK
Back
*
Change Settings
Nozzle Check
*15*17
Back
Auto(Standard)
Auto(Advanced)
Manual
Adj. Priority
*6
OK
OK
Back
Head Inc. Adj.
Feed Priority
xxx.xxx ml
(Indicates the ink color.)
OK
Back
Head Posi. Adj.
*14*16
USB
Network
HDD
F
Interface
G
Adjust Printer
F
Media Type
OK
Back
Back
Document Name
(Choose from
information
about the latest
three print jobs.)
Pause Print
OK
Back
Palette A
(Choose a
pen number.)
Width
(Indicates the
Width value.)
Color
0㨪255
Line Attributes
No Setting
f
*5: Available after Auto(Advanced) in Head Posi. Adj. has
been used once.
*6: Available when you have specified Feed Priority > Adj.
Priority > Automatic or Print Quality.
*7: Available when you have specified Feed Priority > Adj.
Priority > Automatic or Print Length.
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*8:
*14:
*15:
*16:
*17:
Available only if Use Nesting is set to On.
Available only on the iPF755.
Available only on the iPF750.
Available only on the iPF655.
Available only on the iPF650.
Circle Setting
Menu Map
OK
b
OK
OK
OK
Back
Back
Back
Back
c
d
e
f
Reset Palette
Software
Smoothing
Smooth
Off
ThickenFineLines
On
On
Off
Warning
On
*14*16
Off
On-the-Fly
On
Off
PageSizeProcess1
On
Off
PageSizeProcess2
GL2 Set Print
On
Interface Setup
*20
*20
EOP Timer
Back
Back
Palette B
(Choose a
pen number.)
(Indicates
Width, Color,
and Line
Attributes.)
Factory
(Choose a
pen number.)
(Indicates
Width, Color,
and Line
Attributes.)
All Palette
*
Palette A
(Specify the
values of
Width, Color,
and Line
Attributes.)
Palette B
*
*
*
*
*
*
TCP/IP
IPv4
Automatic
IPv4 Mode
Manual
Protocol
*
On
DHCP
Off
Off
Off
IPv6
IPv4 Settings
IP Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Subnet Mask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Default G/W
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
J
Frame Type
Print Service
*
BinderyPServer
RPrinter
NDSPServer
NPrinter
AppleTalk
*
On
NetWare
*10
*
*
On
DHCPv6
*10
*
On
IPv6 Support
IPv6 StlessAddrs
NetWare
*
On
RARP
*21
*
On
BOOTP
*
I
Off
Ethernet Driver
Auto Detect
10 sec.
30 sec.
1 min.
On
*20
*20
Back
I
*9
*20
OK
Off
AdjustFaintLines
ProcessingOption
OK
OK
2 min.
*
5 min.
On
Off
10 min.
*
30 min.
*
60 min.
*19
*19
Comm.Mode
Half Duplex
Full Duplex
Ethernet Type
10 Base-T
100 Base-TX
*
*
J
Auto Detect
Ethernet 2
Ethernet 802.2
Ethernet 802.3
1000 Base-T
Ethernet SNAP
Spanning Tree
Not Use
Use
MAC Address
g
*9:
*10:
*14:
*16:
*19:
*20:
*21:
*20
*20
*
[[[[[[[[[[[[
Interface Print
Return Defaults
Not shown if you have set IPv4 Mode to Manual.
Not shown if you have set NetWare to Off.
Available only on the iPF755
Available only on the iPF655
Not shown if you have set Auto Detect to On.
Viewing and configuration is possible for administrators, and only viewing for other users.
Viewing and configuration is possible for administrators only.
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*
Menu Map
g
OK
OK
Back
System Setup
*20
Buzzer
Off
On
Contrast Adj.
-4,-3,-2,-1,0*,+1,+2,+3,+4
Date & Time
Date
Date Format
yyyy/mm/dd
dd/mm/yyyy
mm/dd/yyyy
Time Zone
*
Detect Mismatch
Pause
Warning
None
Hold Job
*
*14*16
*14*16
*20
yyyy/mm/dd
Time
Roll Selection 1
ISO A3 (297mm)
300mm Roll
Roll Selection 2
10inch (254mm)
JIS B4 (257mm)
Keep Paper Size
Off
On
*
TrimEdge Reload
Automatic
Off
On
*
Nozzle Check
*14*16
*
meter
feet/inch
Rep.P.head Print
*14*16
*12
hh:mm
K
*14*16
*20
*
Length Unit
Paper Size Basis
*20
Back
L
M
Language
*20
OK
Back
K
Sleep Timer
*20
OK
Back
Use RemoteUI
Off
On
* L
*
M
Standard
1 page
*
Warning
Off
On
*
On
Off
*
Reset PaprSetngs
Erase HDD Data
Output Method
High Speed
*20
Secure High Spd.
*20
Secure
*20
Print
Print (Auto Del)
Save: Box XX
Print After Recv
Off
On
Save: Shared Box
Off
On
*
*
*
Prep.MovePrinter
*20
Admin. Menu
*21
*21
N
Printer Info
*12:
*14:
*15:
*16:
*17:
N
Change Password
Init.Admin.Pswd
Follows the setting in Date Format.
Available only on the iPF755
Available only on the iPF750
Available only on the iPF655
Available only on the iPF650
*
English
ᣣᧄ⺆
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Español
*
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+1:Paris,Rome
+2:Athens,Cairo
+3:Moscow
+4:Eerevan,Baku
+5:Islamabad
+6:Dacca
+7:Bangkok
+8:Hong Kong
+9:Tokyo,Seoul
+10:Canberra
+11NewCaledonia
+12:Wellington
-12:Eniwetok
-11:Midway is.
-10Hawaii(AHST)
-9:Alaska(AKST)
-8:Oregon (PST)
-7:Arizona(MST)
-6:Texas(CST)
-5:NewYork(EST)
-4:Santiago
-3:Buenos Aires
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-1:Cape Verde
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Frequency
5 min.
10 min.
15 min.
20 min.
30 min.
40 min.
50 min.
60 min.
240 min.
Paper Info
Ink Info
Head Info
System Info
Error Log
Other Counter
*20: Viewing and configuration is possible for administrators, and only viewing for
other users.
*21: Viewing and configuration is possible for administrators only.
Menu When Printing
Press the Menu button when printing is paused to display this menu.
OK
Set./Adj. Menu
Back
Adj. Fine Feed
Printer Info
*13: Available when you have specified Feed Priority >
Adj. Priority > Automatic or Print Quality.
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Paper Info
Ink Info
Head Info
System Info
Error Log
Other Counter
The same menus as usual are shown in
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(Job Menu).
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(Ink Menu)
Index
Numerics
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2-Inch Paper Core Attachment ................................... 12
3-Inch Paper Core Attachment ................................... 12
Release Lever .............................................................. 8
Roll Holder .............................................................. 8, 12
Roll Holder Slot............................................................. 8
Roll loading ................................................................. 14
Roll removal................................................................ 16
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Carriage ............................................................ 9, 31, 32
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Display Screen ........................................................... 10
Sheet loading.............................................................. 18
Sheet removal ............................................................ 20
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Ejection Guide .............................................................. 8
Electronic manuals (User Manual) ........................... 5, 6
Top Cover ................................................................. 8, 9
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Flange......................................................................... 13
h
Holder Stopper ....................................................... 8, 12
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imagePROGRAF Support Information ......................... 5
Ink Lamp ............................................................... 23, 25
Ink Tank Cover.................................................. 8, 23, 25
Ink Tank Lock Lever.............................................. 23, 25
Ink tank replacement .................................................. 22
Ink tanks ............................................................... 21, 22
m
Maintenance Cartridge ..................................... 8, 21, 26
Maintenance Cartridge Cover....................................... 8
Maintenance cartridge replacement ........................... 26
Menu map (menu structure) ....................................... 35
p
Paper Alignment Line ................................................... 8
Paper Feed Slot...................................................... 8, 15
Paper Reference Guide ................................................ 5
Paper Retainer ............................................................. 9
Platen ........................................................................... 9
Printhead .............................................................. 21, 30
Printhead replacement ............................................... 30
Canon Inc.
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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