QUICK GUIDE
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Table of contents
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Introduction
1.1
Environmental information............................................................................................................. 1-4
Environmental initiatives .................................................................................................................... 1-4
ENERGY STAR®................................................................................................................................ 1-4
What is an ENERGY STAR® product? .............................................................................................. 1-4
Environmental benefits of power management ................................................................................. 1-4
Recycled paper .................................................................................................................................. 1-4
Duplex printing................................................................................................................................... 1-4
1.2
Safety information........................................................................................................................... 1-5
Warning and precaution symbols ...................................................................................................... 1-5
These are some of major exemplary graphical symbols. .................................................................. 1-5
Power source connection .................................................................................................................. 1-5
Installation.......................................................................................................................................... 1-7
Using the product .............................................................................................................................. 1-8
Consumables ..................................................................................................................................... 1-9
1.3
Regulation notices ........................................................................................................................ 1-10
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity) for users of the European Union (EU)............................... 1-10
USER INSTRUCTIONS FCC PART 15 - RADIO FREQUENCY DEVICES (for U.S.A. users)............ 1-10
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD (ICES-003 ISSUE 5) (for Canada users) .... 1-10
For users in countries not subject to class B regulations ................................................................ 1-10
GS Certification................................................................................................................................ 1-10
Laser safety...................................................................................................................................... 1-11
Internal laser radiation...................................................................................................................... 1-11
CDRH regulations ............................................................................................................................ 1-11
For European users.......................................................................................................................... 1-12
Laser safety label ............................................................................................................................. 1-12
Ozone release .................................................................................................................................. 1-12
Acoustic noise (for European users only)......................................................................................... 1-12
For EU member states only ............................................................................................................. 1-12
Telephone cable (for users in countries subject to class B regulations).......................................... 1-13
Graphic symbols used on this machine........................................................................................... 1-13
1.4
1.5
Caution notations and labels ....................................................................................................... 1-14
Special notice to user ................................................................................................................... 1-15
For Europe ....................................................................................................................................... 1-15
1.6
1.7
Space requirements...................................................................................................................... 1-16
Operation precautions.................................................................................................................. 1-17
Power source ................................................................................................................................... 1-17
Operating environment .................................................................................................................... 1-17
Storage of copies............................................................................................................................. 1-17
Data stored in this machine ............................................................................................................. 1-17
1.8
1.9
Legal restrictions on reproduction.............................................................................................. 1-18
Trademark acknowledgements ................................................................................................... 1-19
Note ................................................................................................................................................. 1-20
1.10
1.11
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT ........................................................................................... 1-21
i-Option LK-105 v4 (searchable PDFs) End User License Agreement ..................................... 1-23
About This Machine
2.1
Intended use of office MFP devices .............................................................................................. 2-3
Intended use ...................................................................................................................................... 2-3
Impermissible operating conditions................................................................................................... 2-3
Exclusion of liability............................................................................................................................ 2-3
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
Introduction to user's guide........................................................................................................... 2-4
[Quick Guide] (This manual) ................................................................................................................2-4
User's Guide DVD ...............................................................................................................................2-4
Layout of top page............................................................................................................................. 2-5
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Operating environment ...................................................................................................................... 2-5
2.2.3
2.2.4
Target groups......................................................................................................................................2-6
Symbols and notations used in this manual .......................................................................................2-6
Procedural instruction........................................................................................................................ 2-6
Symbols and notations ...................................................................................................................... 2-6
2.3
2.3.1
About this machine ......................................................................................................................... 2-8
Optional components .........................................................................................................................2-8
List of optional components .............................................................................................................. 2-8
List of other optional components ................................................................................................... 2-10
2.3.2
Name of parts (MFP) .........................................................................................................................2-12
Front................................................................................................................................................. 2-12
Side/rear........................................................................................................................................... 2-13
2.3.3
Name of parts (Optional units) ..........................................................................................................2-14
Finisher FS-533, Punch Kit PK-519 ................................................................................................. 2-14
Job Separator JS-506...................................................................................................................... 2-15
Finisher FS-534, Saddle Stitcher SD-511, Punch Kit PK-520 ......................................................... 2-16
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
Power supply ................................................................................................................................. 2-18
Turning the power on and off............................................................................................................2-18
Operating the Power key ..................................................................................................................2-19
Power save function .........................................................................................................................2-20
Reducing power consumption......................................................................................................... 2-20
2.5
2.5.1
2.6
2.6.1
Control Panel................................................................................................................................. 2-21
Name of parts ...................................................................................................................................2-21
Touch Panel ................................................................................................................................... 2-23
Main menu ........................................................................................................................................2-23
Layout of main menu ....................................................................................................................... 2-23
Customizing the main menu ............................................................................................................ 2-24
2.6.2
Slide menu ........................................................................................................................................2-25
Customizing the slide menu............................................................................................................. 2-25
2.6.3
Operating the Touch Panel ...............................................................................................................2-26
Tap ................................................................................................................................................... 2-26
Double-tap ....................................................................................................................................... 2-26
Flick.................................................................................................................................................. 2-26
Drag ................................................................................................................................................. 2-27
Pan ................................................................................................................................................... 2-27
Long-tap .......................................................................................................................................... 2-27
Drag & Drop ..................................................................................................................................... 2-27
Pinch in/Pinch out............................................................................................................................ 2-28
Rotation............................................................................................................................................ 2-28
Precautions on using the Touch Panel ............................................................................................ 2-28
2.6.4
How to display the Keypad...............................................................................................................2-29
How to move the Keypad ................................................................................................................ 2-29
How to close the Keypad................................................................................................................. 2-29
To display the Keypad all the time................................................................................................... 2-30
2.6.5
Entering characters ...........................................................................................................................2-30
When typing in "Group1": ................................................................................................................ 2-30
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
2.8
2.8.1
Jobs................................................................................................................................................ 2-31
Job screen ........................................................................................................................................2-31
Multi-job function ..............................................................................................................................2-32
Loading paper ............................................................................................................................... 2-33
Loading paper in Tray 1 to Tray 4 .....................................................................................................2-33
Applicable paper types .................................................................................................................... 2-33
How to load paper ........................................................................................................................... 2-33
2.8.2
LCT (built-in)......................................................................................................................................2-34
Applicable paper types .................................................................................................................... 2-34
How to load paper ........................................................................................................................... 2-34
2.8.3
Bypass Tray ......................................................................................................................................2-35
Applicable paper types .................................................................................................................... 2-35
Applicable paper sizes ..................................................................................................................... 2-35
Paper not available .......................................................................................................................... 2-35
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How to load paper ........................................................................................................................... 2-36
Loading postcards ........................................................................................................................... 2-37
Loading transparencies ................................................................................................................... 2-38
Loading envelopes........................................................................................................................... 2-39
Loading label sheets ........................................................................................................................ 2-42
Loading index papers ...................................................................................................................... 2-43
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Basic Settings and Operations
3.1
3.1.1
Print function ................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Required settings and basic operations (for Windows OS) ................................................................3-3
Preparation flow................................................................................................................................. 3-3
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Checking the cable connection ......................................................................................................... 3-4
Checking network settings of this machine ....................................................................................... 3-4
Installing the printer driver ................................................................................................................. 3-5
Printing data....................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Types of printer drivers ...................................................................................................................... 3-6
3.1.2
Required settings and basic operations (for Mac OS) ........................................................................3-6
Preparation flow................................................................................................................................. 3-6
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................... 3-7
Checking the cable connection ......................................................................................................... 3-7
Checking network settings of this machine ....................................................................................... 3-7
Installing the printer driver ................................................................................................................. 3-9
Adding and configuring a printer driver ........................................................................................... 3-10
Printing data..................................................................................................................................... 3-10
3.2
3.2.1
Scan-to-Send function ................................................................................................................. 3-11
Various transmission methods..........................................................................................................3-11
Sending data to your computer (SMB Send) ................................................................................... 3-11
Transmitting data as E-mail attachment (E-mail TX)........................................................................ 3-11
Saving data to the USB memory device (External memory)............................................................ 3-11
Various methods for transmitting and saving data .......................................................................... 3-12
3.2.2
Sending data to your Windows computer (SMB Send) ....................................................................3-13
Preparation flow............................................................................................................................... 3-13
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 3-14
Checking the cable connection ....................................................................................................... 3-14
Checking network settings of this machine ..................................................................................... 3-14
Checklist .......................................................................................................................................... 3-15
Checking computer information ...................................................................................................... 3-15
Configuring your computer .............................................................................................................. 3-16
Registering destinations .................................................................................................................. 3-16
Sending the original ......................................................................................................................... 3-19
3.2.3
Sending data to your Mac computer (SMB Send) ............................................................................3-21
Preparation flow............................................................................................................................... 3-21
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 3-22
Checking the cable connection ....................................................................................................... 3-22
Checking network settings of this machine ..................................................................................... 3-22
Configuring this machine (Mac OS X 10.7 or later).......................................................................... 3-23
Checklist .......................................................................................................................................... 3-24
Checking computer information ...................................................................................................... 3-24
Configuring your computer .............................................................................................................. 3-25
Registering destinations .................................................................................................................. 3-25
Sending the original ......................................................................................................................... 3-28
3.2.4
Transmit the scanned data via E-mail (E-mail TX) ............................................................................3-30
Preparation flow............................................................................................................................... 3-30
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 3-30
Checking the cable connection ....................................................................................................... 3-31
Checking network settings of this machine ..................................................................................... 3-31
Configuring the E-mail transmission environment ........................................................................... 3-32
Configuring administrator information ............................................................................................. 3-33
Sending the original ......................................................................................................................... 3-34
3.3
3.3.1
Fax function ................................................................................................................................... 3-36
Required settings and basic operations ...........................................................................................3-36
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Preparation flow ............................................................................................................................... 3-36
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 3-36
Checking the cable connection ....................................................................................................... 3-37
Registering transmission information .............................................................................................. 3-37
Selecting the dialing method ........................................................................................................... 3-38
Sending the original ......................................................................................................................... 3-39
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3.3.2
Sending a fax directly from a PC (PC-FAX TX) .................................................................................3-41
Preparation flow ............................................................................................................................... 3-42
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 3-42
Checking the cable connection ....................................................................................................... 3-42
Checking network settings of this machine ..................................................................................... 3-43
Installing the fax driver ..................................................................................................................... 3-44
Sending data.................................................................................................................................... 3-45
3.4
Copy function ................................................................................................................................ 3-46
Basic operations .............................................................................................................................. 3-46
User authentication.......................................................................................................................... 3-48
3.5
3.5.1
Registering a destination ............................................................................................................. 3-49
Registering an address book ............................................................................................................3-49
Using the Control Panel to register an address book - Registration from Utility............................. 3-49
Using the Control Panel to register an address book - Registration in scan/fax mode .................. 3-51
Using a computer to register a one-touch destination .................................................................... 3-53
3.5.2
3.5.3
Information required to register a destination...................................................................................3-54
Registering a group...........................................................................................................................3-55
Registering a new group .................................................................................................................. 3-55
3.5.4
Retrieving a registered destination ...................................................................................................3-57
Retrieving a destination ................................................................................................................... 3-57
Specifying a destination................................................................................................................... 3-59
3.6
3.6.1
Using a USB memory device ....................................................................................................... 3-60
Printing data in a USB memory device .............................................................................................3-60
Printing data..................................................................................................................................... 3-60
3.6.2
Saving the scanned data in the USB memory device (External memory) ........................................3-62
Specifying functions to be permitted for external memory.............................................................. 3-62
Saving data in the USB memory device .......................................................................................... 3-64
3.7
3.7.1
Using the guidance function ........................................................................................................ 3-67
Guidance screen ...............................................................................................................................3-67
Getting help on the currently displayed screen: .............................................................................. 3-67
Getting help on the desired function or procedure:......................................................................... 3-69
Help Menu list .................................................................................................................................. 3-71
3.8
3.8.1
Using the [Quick Security] function ............................................................................................ 3-72
[Quick Security] .................................................................................................................................3-72
Required settings ............................................................................................................................. 3-72
Advanced Functions
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Using advanced functions.............................................................................................................. 4-3
What are advanced functions? ...........................................................................................................4-3
Association with application ...............................................................................................................4-4
Registering the i-Option license..........................................................................................................4-4
Preparation flow ................................................................................................................................. 4-4
Enabling the i-Option function ........................................................................................................... 4-5
Registering the i-Option license......................................................................................................... 4-6
Enabling the i-Option function using the license ............................................................................... 4-9
Configuring each function................................................................................................................ 4-10
4.2
4.2.1
Using the Web browser function ................................................................................................. 4-11
Required settings and procedures....................................................................................................4-11
Preparation flow ............................................................................................................................... 4-11
Operation flow.................................................................................................................................. 4-11
Enabling the Web browser function................................................................................................. 4-12
Registering the license..................................................................................................................... 4-13
Enabling the Web browser using the license................................................................................... 4-15
Starting the Web browser ................................................................................................................ 4-19
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Displaying Web pages ..................................................................................................................... 4-19
Printing the currently displayed page or the linked file.................................................................... 4-20
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Troubleshooting
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.2
5.2.1
5.3
5.4
5.5
Main messages and remedies ....................................................................................................... 5-3
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning .........................................5-3
When a paper jam message persists..................................................................................................5-4
When an error message appears........................................................................................................5-4
When [Stabilizing image.] appears......................................................................................................5-5
When printing quality has deteriorated......................................................................................... 5-6
Cleaning the Print Head Glass ............................................................................................................5-6
When the machine cannot be powered on................................................................................... 5-8
When the Touch Panel is not visible ............................................................................................. 5-9
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning ............................. 5-10
When staples in the finisher have run out........................................................................................ 5-10
When the punch scrap box is full .................................................................................................... 5-10
When toner is running out in the Toner Cartridge............................................................................ 5-11
When it is time to replace a Toner Cartridge ................................................................................... 5-11
When it is time to replace a Drum Unit ............................................................................................ 5-12
When it is time to replace a Developing Unit................................................................................... 5-12
When it is time to replace an Imaging Unit ...................................................................................... 5-13
When a Waste Toner Box is full ....................................................................................................... 5-13
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
Replacing a Toner Cartridge .............................................................................................................5-14
Replacing a Waste Toner Box ..........................................................................................................5-15
Replacing a Drum Unit......................................................................................................................5-16
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Introduction
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Introduction
This [Quick Guide] uses illustrations to describe operating procedures for the most commonly used functions
in an easy-to-understand way.
Start by using this manual to become proficient with the useful functions that this machine offers.
For details on the various functions, refer to the User’s Guides on the User’s Guide DVD included with this
machine.
In order to operate the machine safely and properly, be sure to read the safety information on page 1-5 of
this manual before use.
In addition, this manual contains the following information. Be sure to read the manual before using the machine.
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Items that must be observed to use the machine safely
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Information regarding product safety
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Precautions when using the machine
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Descriptions on trademarks and copyrights
The illustrations and screens used in this manual may appear slightly different from views of the actual equipment and screens.
Tips
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Please keep this manual as well as the attached CD/DVD in a safe place where you can access them
easily.
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Environmental information
1.1
Environmental information
Environmental initiatives
The company continuously strives to reduce the negative environmental impacts of all stages of its business
operations.
As part of such activities, the company is implementing resource-saving steps by reducing the number of
pages in the User's Guide.
For the information necessary to operate the machine, please refer to the bundled User's Guide DVD (HTML
format). This guide has an excellent search function.
Functions such as keyword search and filtering by purpose are very useful to help users find what they need
to know.
ENERGY STAR®
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, this machine meets the ENERGY STAR® Guidelines for energy efficiency.
What is an ENERGY STAR® product?
An ENERGY STAR® product has a special feature that allows it to automatically switch to a "low-power
mode" after a period of inactivity. An ENERGY STAR® product uses energy more efficiently, saves you money
on utility bills and helps protect the environment.
Environmental benefits of power management
Electricity consumption of a device depends on both its properties and the way of using the device.
Suitable power management setting offers you resource saving usage way. By setting the time to go into
power saving modes (e.g. sleep mode) shorter (or optimal), electricity consumption can be reduced.
Recycled paper
This product can print on recycled paper and environmental stewardship initiatives certified paper which
complies with European standard EN 12281 as well as virgin paper. In addition it can print on lighter paper,
64g/m2 for example. Using such light paper contributes to resources-saving.
Duplex printing
With a product which has a duplex unit, you can print on both sides of paper automatically.
Using this function leads to reducing consumption of natural resources and your cost.
Attached printer driver provides this duplex printing function as initial setting in your computer (The setting
can be changed after installation manually).
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Safety information
Safety information
This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To achieve optimum utility of this device, all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual.
Please read the following section before connecting the machine to the supply. It contains important information related to user safety and preventing equipment problems.
Make sure that you observe all of the precautions that appear in different sections of this manual.
Reference
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Some parts of the contents of this section may not correspond with the purchased product.
Warning and precaution symbols
Be sure to observe the safety precautions.
This manual contains the instructions that should be strictly observed at all times to prevent injury to yourself
and other persons as well as damage to property.
Injuries and damage that might be caused by using the product improperly are classified according to the
following symbols.
Pictorial indication
Description
WARNING
Improper handling can cause serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Improper handling can cause minor injury or damage to houses and
property.
These are some of major exemplary graphical symbols.
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
General prohibition
Do not disassemble
Do not touch
General instruction
Ground/Earth
Unplug from outlet
General precaution
High temperature
Electrical shock
hazard
Power source connection
WARNING
Do not use any power cord other than the one supplied in the package
or attached on the products. If a power cord is not supplied, use only the
power cord and plug that are specified in the user documentation. Failure to use this cord could result in a fire or electrical shock. If the power
cord supplied in the package cannot be used in the country where this
product was sold, use a power cord that meets the following conditions
or contact your Technical Representative.
The power cord has voltage and current rating appropriate for the rating
plate on this machine.
The power cord meets regulatory requirements for the area.
The power cord is provided with grounding pin/terminal.
Do not use the power cord to other products. Failure to do that could result in a fire or electrical shock.
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WARNING
Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend, step
on, pull on, or damage the power cord. Use of a damaged power cord
(exposed core wire, broken wire, etc.) could result in a fire or breakdown.
Should any of these conditions be found, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call
your authorized service representative.
Do not use the power source voltage other than being specified on the
machine. Failure to do that could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not use a multiple outlet adapter to connect any other appliances or
machines.
Use of a power outlet for more than the marked current value could result
in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not use an extension cord. Use of an extension cord could cause a
fire or electric shock. If the power cord furnished with the product is not
long enough to be plugged into a wall outlet, contact your Technical
Representative.
Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an electrical shock could result.
Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do this
could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Make sure to ground this product. (Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding terminal.) Failure to do so
and an unlikely event of leakage could result in a fire or electrical shock.
CAUTION
The outlet must be near the equipment and easily accessible. Otherwise
you can not pull out the power plug when an emergency occurs.
Do not place any objects around the power plug, as the power plug may
be difficult to pull out when an emergency occurs.
Do not tug the power cord when unplugging. Pulling on the power cord
could damage the cord, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
Remove the power plug from the outlet more than one time a year and
clean the area between the plug terminals. Dust that accumulates between the plug terminals may cause a fire.
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Safety information
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Installation
WARNING
Keep this bag away from babies and children. Do not use in cribs, beds,
carriages, or playpens. The thin film may cling to nose and mouth and
prevent breathing. This bag is not a toy.
Do not place a flower vase or other container that contains water, or metal clips or other small metallic objects on this product. Spilled water or
metallic objects dropped inside the product could result in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
Should a piece of metal, water, or any other similar foreign matter get inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the
power cord from the power outlet, and then call your Technical Representative or your authorized service representative.
Make sure that the power cord is placed on a site in which no person
would step on or trip over it. Stepping on or tripping over the power cord
could heat the power cord, resulting in a fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
<If instructed to use fixing legs>
When the product has been installed, fix the product using the fixing legs.
Not using the fixing legs could cause the product to move or topple over.
Do not place the product in a dusty place, or a site exposed to soot or
steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a humidifier. A fire, electrical shock,
or breakdown could result.
Do not place this product on an unstable or tilted bench, or in a location
subject to a lot of vibration and shock. It could drop or fall, causing personal injury or mechanical breakdown.
Do not let any object plug the ventilation holes of this product. Heat could
accumulate inside the product, resulting in a fire or malfunction.
Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power cord
and other cables. Failure to do this could damage the cord or cable, resulting in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
When moving this product, always hold it at the locations specified in the
User’s Guide or other documents. If the unit is moved while held at locations other than those specified, it may fall, causing severe personal injury.
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Using the product
WARNING
Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown
could result. If the product employs a laser, the laser beam source could
cause blindness.
Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been fixed
to the product. Some products have a high-voltage part or a laser beam
source inside that could cause an electrical shock or blindness.
Do not keep using this product, if this product becomes inordinately hot
or emits smoke, or unusual odor or noise. Immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call
your Technical Representative or your authorized service representative.
If you keep on using it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
Do not keep using this product, if this product has been dropped or its
cover damaged. Immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the
power cord from the power outlet, and then call your Technical Representative or your authorized service representative. If you keep on using
it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases inside or near this machine. Do not clean the inside of this machine using a flammable gas
duster. A fire or explosion could result.
<If an RFID module (limited only to 13.56 MHz) for use in inside-the-machine proximity communication or electromagnetic induction heating (IH)
technology (limited only to 20.05 kHz to 100 kHz) is being used>
This machine generates a weak magnetic field. If you experience any unusual symptoms with your implantable medical equipment (cardiac
pacemaker, etc.) while near the machine, move away from the machine
and see a doctor immediately.
Please call your Technical Representative or your authorized service representative if you do not understand the purchased product corresponds
or not.
<If a non-contact IC card reader is being used>
If you use an implantable medical equipment (cardiac pacemaker, etc.),
do not bring the IC card reader close from the implant within 12 cm at all
times. The radio waves may affect implantable medical equipment (cardiac pacemaker, etc.) operations.
CAUTION
Using this product in a poorly ventilated room for a long time or producing a large volume of copies or prints may cause the odor of exhaust air
from the machine. Ventilate the room well.
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which
may cause burns.
When checking the inside of the unit for malfunctions such as a paper
misfeed, do not touch the locations (around the fusing unit, etc.) which
are indicated by a "Caution HOT" caution label. A burn could result.
Unplug the product when you will not use the product for long periods of
time.
When using the machine, do not look at the light of the lamp for a prolonged time. Eyestrain could result.
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Safety information
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CAUTION
Do not use stapled paper, conductive paper (such as silver paper or carbon paper) or treated heat-sensitive/inkjet paper, otherwise a fire may result.
Consumables
WARNING
Do not throw toner or a container that contains toner (e.g., toner cartridge
and developing unit) into an open flame. The hot toner may scatter and
cause burns or other damage.
CAUTION
Do not leave toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing
unit) within easy reach of children. Licking any of these parts or ingesting
toner could damage your health.
Do not store toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing
unit) near devices susceptible to magnetism, such as precision equipment and data storage devices, otherwise they may malfunction. They
could cause these products to malfunction.
Do not force open the toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit). If toner tumbles from the toner bottle, take utmost care to
avoid inhaling it or even getting skin contact.
If toner lands on your skin or clothing, wash thoroughly with soap and
water.
If you inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle with a lot of
water repeatedly. Should you get symptoms such as coughing, seek
medical advice.
If you get toner into your eyes, immediately rinse them with running water
for over 15 minutes. Seek medical advice if irritation persists.
If you swallow toner, rinse out your mouth and drink a few glasses of water. Seek medical advice if necessary.
Never touch the electrical contacts of the units (e.g., toner cartridge and
developing unit), as an electrostatic discharge may damage the product.
Before handling, see the user documentation for the safety information.
<If instructed to replace the fusing unit>
The fusing section is extremely hot. Before replacing the fusing unit, be
sure to open doors and covers of the machine. Then, leave the machine
to stand idle for a specified period of time and make sure that the fusing
section has cooled down to room temperature. Failure to follow these instructions could result in a burn.
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Regulation notices
1.3
Regulation notices
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity) for users of the European Union (EU)
This product complies with the following EU directives:
2009/125/EC, 2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC and 1999/5/EC directives.
This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union.
This device must be used with a shielded interface cable. The use of non-shielded cables is likely to result in
interference with radio communications and is prohibited under CISPR rules and local rules..
D.o.C. is available at "http://www.olivetti.com/Tool/Download/Certificati/view_html".
USER INSTRUCTIONS FCC PART 15 - RADIO FREQUENCY DEVICES (for
U.S.A. users)
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
7WARNING
-
The design and production of this unit conform to FCC regulations, and any changes or modifications
must be registered with the FCC and are subject to FCC control. Any changes made by the purchaser
or user without first contacting the manufacturer will be subject to penalty under FCC regulations.
-
This device must be used with a shielded interface cable. The use of non-shielded cables is likely to
result in interference with radio communications and is prohibited under FCC rules.
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD (ICES-003 ISSUE 5) (for
Canada users)
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
For users in countries not subject to class B regulations
7WARNING
-
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.
-
This device must be used with a shielded interface cable. The use of non-shielded cables is likely to
result in interference with radio communications and is prohibited under CISPR rules and local rules.
Laser safety
This is a digital machine which operates using a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the laser provided
the machine is operated according to the instructions in the manuals.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser beam cannot
escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
This machine is certified as a Class 1 laser product per IEC 60825-1: 2014: This means the machine does not
produce hazardous laser radiation.
Internal laser radiation
Maximum Average Radiation Power: 5.7 μW at the laser aperture of the print head unit.
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Regulation notices
Wavelength: 770-800 nm
This product employs a Class 3B laser diode that emits an invisible laser beam.
The laser diode and the scanning polygon mirror are incorporated in the print head unit.
The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM:
Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
Laser Aperture of
the Print Head Unit
Print Head
CDRH regulations
This machine is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under Radiation Performance Standard according to the
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1990. Compliance is mandatory for Laser products marketed in the United
States and is reported to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This means that the device
does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
The label shown on page 1-12 indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.
7CAUTION
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 20 mW and the wavelength is
770-800 nm.
For European users
7CAUTION
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 20 mW and the wavelength is
770-800 nm.
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Regulation notices
1.3
Laser safety label
A laser safety label is attached to the outside of the machine, as shown below.
or/and complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11
except for deviations pursuant to laser notice no.50,
dated June 24, 2007
Ozone release
Locate the Machine in a Well-Ventilated Room
A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this machine. An unpleasant odor may,
however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive machine operations. For a comfortable,
healthy and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated.
Placer l’appareil dans une pièce largement ventilée
Une quantité d’ozone négligable est dégagée pendant le fonctionnement de l’appareil quand celui-ci est utilisé normalement. Cependant, une odeur désagréable peut être ressentie dans les pièces dont l’aération est
insuffisante et lorsque une utilisation prolongée de l’appareil est effectuée. Pour avoir la certitude de travailler
dans un environnment réunissant des conditions de confort, santé et de sécurité, il est préférable de bien
aérer la pièce ou se trouve l’appareil.
Acoustic noise (for European users only)
Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB(A) oder weniger gemäß EN ISO 7779.
For EU member states only
This symbol means: Do not dispose of this product together with your household
waste!
Please refer to the information of your local community or contact our dealers regrading the proper handling of end-of-life electric and electronic equipments. Recycling of this product will help to conserve natural resources and prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and human health caused
by inappropriate waste handling.
This product complies with RoHS (2011/65/EU) Directive.
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Regulation notices
Telephone cable (for users in countries subject to class B regulations)
Connect a telephone cable with a ferrite core to the telecommunication port of this machine. (Connect the
modular jack on the ferrite-core-equipped end of the telephone cable to the telecommunication port.)
Graphic symbols used on this machine
These are some of major exemplary graphical symbols.
Graphic
symbols
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Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
"ON" position
"OFF" position
STAND-BY
push-push type
switches
Ground/Earth
(Protective bonding terminal)
Ground/Earth
(Protective earthing)
CLASS II EQUIPMENT
Class II equipment
with functional
earthing
Functional earthing
General precaution
High temperature
Electrical shock
hazard
CAUTION
moving fan blade
CAUTION
DOUBLE POLE /
NEUTRAL FUSING
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Caution notations and labels
1.4
Caution notations and labels
Safety precaution notations and labels appear on this machine at the following positions.Be very careful that
an accident does not occur when operations such as removing paper jams and staple jams are performed.
NOTICE
Do not remove caution labels or notations. If any caution label or caution notation is soiled, please clean to
make legible. If you cannot make them legible, or if the caution label or notation is damaged, please contact
your service representative.
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Special notice to user
1
Special notice to user
For Europe
The Facsimile has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 1999/5/ EC for pan-European single
terminal connection to the public switched telephone network (PSTN). However, due to differences between
the individual PSTNs provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional
assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network terminal point.
In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.
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1.6
Space requirements
1.6
Space requirements
To ensure that machine operation, consumables replenishing, part replacement, and regular maintenance
can easily be performed, adhere to the recommended space requirements detailed below.
47-7/8 (1216)
67-7/8 (1724)
25-7/16
(646)
23-1/16
(585)
16-15/16
(430)
12-3/8
(314)
30-15/16
(786)
10
(254)
61-7/16 (1561)
35-11/16 15-13/16
(906)
(401)
7-1/16
(179)
Unit: inch (mm)
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+ MK-748 + CU-101
47-7/8 (1216)
53-7/16 (1357)
23-1/16
(585)
12-3/8
(314)
2-9/16 (65)
8-7/16 (214)
16-15/16
(430)
30-15/16
(786)
10
(254)
61-7/16 (1561)
35-11/16 15-13/16
(906)
(401)
7-1/16
(179)
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+ MK-748 + CU-101
42-7/16 (1078)
23-1/16
(585)
Unit: inch (mm)
47-7/8 (1216)
16-15/16 30-15/16
(430)
(786)
12-3/8
(314)
10
(254)
61-7/16 (1561)
35-11/16 15-13/16
(906)
(401)
7-1/16
(179)
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Unit: inch (mm)
NOTICE
Be sure to allow a clearance of 8 inches (200 mm) or more at the back of this machine for the ventilation duct.
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1.7
Operation precautions
1
Operation precautions
To ensure the optimum performance of this machine, observe the precautions described below.
Power source
The power source requirements are as follows.
-
Voltage fluctuation: Maximum ± 10% (at 110 V/120 V/220 to 240 V AC)
-
Frequency fluctuation: Maximum ± 3 Hz (at 50 Hz/60 Hz)
-
Use a power source with as little voltage or frequency fluctuations as possible.
Operating environment
The environmental requirements for correct operation of the machine are as follows.
-
Temperature: 50°F (10°C) to 86°F (30°C) with fluctuations of no more than 18°F (10°C) within an hour
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Humidity: 15% to 85% with fluctuations of no more than 10% within an hour
Storage of copies
To store copies, follow the recommendation listed below.
-
Copies that are to be kept for a long time should be kept where they are not exposed to light in order
to prevent them from fading.
-
Adhesive that contains solvent (e.g., spray glue) may dissolve the toner on copies.
-
Color copies have a thicker layer of toner than normal black-and-white copies. Therefore, when a color
copy is folded, the toner at the fold may peel off.
Data stored in this machine
For the machine with hard disk, it is suggested to delete all data stored in all hard disk areas using the overwrite all data function to prevent leakage of data prior to transfer or disposal of the machine, or returning of
the leased machine.
For details of the overwrite all data function, refer to the User's Guide. Contact your service representative
before deleting data.
It is recommended to backup HDD periodically as the measures for HDD defect. For the detail information of
HDD backup, contact your service representative.
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1.8
Legal restrictions on reproduction
1.8
Legal restrictions on reproduction
Certain types of originals must never be reproduced with the purpose or intent to pass reproductions of such
originals off as the originals.
The following is not a complete list, but is meant to be used as a guide to responsible reproduction.
<Financial Instruments>
-
Personal checks
-
Traveler’s checks
-
Money orders
-
Certificates of deposit
-
Bonds or other certificates of indebtedness
-
Stock certificates
<Legal Originals>
-
Food stamps
-
Postage stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
-
Checks or drafts drawn by government agencies
-
Internal revenue stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
-
Passports
-
Immigration papers
-
Motor vehicle licenses and titles
-
House and property titles and deeds
<General>
-
Identification cards, badges, or insignias
-
Copyrighted works without permission of the copyright owner
In addition, it is prohibited under any circumstances to reproduce domestic or foreign currencies, or works
of art without permission of the copyright owner.
When in doubt about the nature of an original, consult with legal counsel.
NOTICE
This machine provides the forgery prevention function in order to prevent financial instruments from being reproduced illegally.
We appreciate your understanding that printed images may infrequently have some noise or image data may
not be stored under certain circumstances due to this forgery prevention function.
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Trademark acknowledgements
Trademark acknowledgements
Mozilla and Firefox are trademarks of the Mozilla Foundation.
Novell and Novell NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
PowerPC is a trademark of IBM Corporation in the United States, or other countries, or both.
Apple, Safari, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Macintosh, Mac OS, OS X and Bonjour are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
CUPS and CUPS logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Google, Google Chrome, Android, and Google Cloud Print are registered trademarks or trademarks of Google Inc.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat and PostScript are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
This [Sublicensee Product] contains Adobe® Reader® LE software under license from Adobe Systems Incorporated, Copyright © 1995-2009 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Adobe and Reader are
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
PCL is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company Limited.
This machine and Box Operator are based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
Compact-VJE
Copyright 1986-2009 Yahoo Japan Corp.
RC4® is a registered trademark or trademark of EMC Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
RSA and BSAFE are registered trademarks or trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
License information
[This product/Product name] includes RSA BSAFE® Cryptographic software from EMC Corporation.
Advanced Wnn
"Advanced Wnn"© OMRON SOFTWARE CO., Ltd. 2006 All Rights Reserved.
ABBYY and FineReader are registered trade marks of ABBYY Software House.
Copyright © Extended Systems, Inc., 2000-2005.
Portions copyright ©iAnywhere Solutions, Inc.,
and Sybase, an SAP Company 2005-2012.
All rights reserved.
ThinPrint is a registered trademark or trademark of Cortado AG in Germany and other countries.
QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED.
FeliCa is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.
MIFARE is a registered trademark of NXP Semiconductors.
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1.9
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
All other product and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or
organizations.
Note
User's Guide may not be reproduced in part or in full without permission.
Information included in User's Guide is subject to change without notice.
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SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
1
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY THE LICENSE AGREEMENT BELOW BEFORE DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING
OR USING THE SOFTWARE. DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING OR USING THE SOFTWARE SHALL BE
DEEMED YOUR LAWFUL ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT
AGREE TO THEM, DO NOT DOWNLOAD, INSTALL, NOR USE THE SOFTWARE.
1.
SOFTWARE
"Software" means this computer program (software), independent from its distribution channel, i.e.
whether downloaded on royalty-free basis (which may include digitally encoded, machine readable,
scalable outline font data as encoded in a special format) or obtained on DVD or any other physical data
carrier, together with all codes, techniques, software tools, format, design, concepts, methods and ideas associated with the computer program and all documentation related thereto.
2.
COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
This is a license agreement and not an agreement for sale. Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe
GmbH ("Konica Minolta") owns, or has been licensed from other owners ("Konica Minolta Licensor"),
copyrights and other intellectual property rights of the Software, and any and all rights and title to the
Software and any copy made from it are retained by Konica Minolta or Konica Minolta Licensor. In no
event, this Agreement shall be deemed to assign any copyright and/or any intellectual property rights
of the Software from Konica Minolta or Konica Minolta Licensor to you. Except as stated in this Agreement, you are not granted any rights to patents, copyrights, trade names, trademarks (whether registered or unregistered), or any other rights, franchises or licenses in respect of the Software. The
Software is protected by copyright laws and international treaty provisions.
3.
LICENSE
Konica Minolta hereby grants to you, and you agree to accept a non-exclusive, non-transferable and
limited license, and you may:
(i) install and use the Software only on your computer(s) connected via inhouse network with a product
for which this Software is designed;
(ii) allow users of the computers described above to use the Software, provided that you assure that all
such users comply with the terms of this Agreement;
(iii) use the Software only for your own customary business or personal purpose;
(iv) make one copy of the Software only for backup or installation purpose in the support of the normal
and intended use of the Software;
(v) transfer the Software to other party by transferring a copy of this Agreement and all documentation
along with the Software, provided that (a) you must, at the same time, either transfer to such other party
or destroy all your other copies of the Software, (b) such transfer of possession terminates your license
from Konica Minolta, and (c) you must assure that such other party has agreed to accept and be bound
by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If such other party does not accept such terms and conditions then you shall not transfer any copy of the Software.
4.
RESTRICTIONS
(1) You must not without the prior written consent of Konica Minolta:
(i) use, copy, modify, merge or transfer copies of the Software except as provided herein;
(ii) reverse engineer, reverse assemble, reverse compile or any other way analyze the Software except
permitted by law;
(iii) sublicense, rent, lease or distribute the Software or any copy thereof; or
(iv) remove, use, or alter any trademark, logo, copyright or other proprietary notices, legends, symbols
or labels in the Software.
(2) You agree that you will not export the Software in any form in violation of any applicable laws and
regulations regarding export control of any country.
5.
LIMITED WARRANTIES
The Software is provided to you “as is” without any warranties whatsoever. The express terms of this
Agreement are in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied and Konica Minolta, its affiliate companies and Konica Minolta Licensor disclaim all warranties with regard to the Software, express or implied,
including, without limitation, implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and
non-infringement of third party rights. The disclaimer of warranty hereunder does not affect your statutory rights. In case of the disclaimer is not allowed by applicable law, the disclaimer shall only apply
to you to the maximum extent permitted by the law.
6.
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
In no event will Konica Minolta, its affiliate companies nor Konica Minolta Licensor be liable for any lost
profits, lost data, or any other indirect, special, punitive, incidental or consequential damages that result
from use or inability to use the Software, even if Konica Minolta, its affiliate companies, its authorized
remarketers or Konica Minolta Licensor have been advised of the possibility of such damages or for any
claim by you based on a third party claim.
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SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
1.10
7.
TERMINATION
You may terminate this license at any time by destroying the Software and all your copies of it. This
Agreement shall also terminate if you fail to comply with any terms hereof. Upon such termination, you
must immediately destroy all copies of the Software in your possession.
8.
GOVERNING LAW
This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the country where the delivery is made to the original
customer.
9.
SEVERABILITY
In the event that any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held illegal or null and void by any court or
administrative body of competent jurisdiction, such determination shall not affect the remaining parts
of this Agreement and they shall remain in full force and effect as if such part or parts determined illegal
or void had not been included.
10.
NOTICE TO US GOVERNMENT END USERS
The Software is a "commercial item," as that term is defined at 48 C.F.R. 2.101 (October 1995), consisting of "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation," as
such terms are used in 48 C.F.R. 12.212 (September 1995). Consistent with 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and 48
C.F.R. 227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4 (June 1995), all U.S. Government End Users shall acquire the
Software with only those rights set forth herein.
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ THIS AGREEMENT, UNDERSTAND IT, AND AGREE TO BE
BOUND BY ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS. NEITHER PARTY SHALL BE BOUND BY ANY OTHER STATEMENTS OR REPRESENTATIONS THAT ARE INCONSISTENT WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
THIS AGREEMENT. NO AMENDMENT TO THIS AGREEMENT IS EFFECTIVE UNLESS IN WRITING AND
SIGNED BY DULY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES OF EACH PARTY.
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i-Option LK-105 v4 (searchable PDFs) End User License Agreement
i-Option LK-105 v4 (searchable PDFs) End User License Agreement
Subject to your purchase of a license key of i-Option LK-105 v4 (searchable PDFs, or "Program"), KONICA
MINOLTA, INC. (KM) grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferable sublicense to use the Program provided that you comply with all terms and conditions stated in this Agreement.
1.
You agree not to reproduce, modify, or adapt the Program. You may not allow a third party to use the
Program or transfer it to a third party.
2.
You agree that you will not attempt to alter, disassemble, decrypt, reverse engineer, or decompile the
Program.
3.
KM or its licensor own the copyright and other intellectual property rights. No copyright or other intellectual property rights shall be transferred to you through the granting to you of a license to use the
Program.
4.
IN NO EVENT WILL KM OR ITS LICENSOR BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL INDIRECT, PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST
SAVING, EVEN IF KM HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR FOR ANY
CLAIM BY ANY THIRD PARTY. KM OR ITS LICENSOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD
TO THE PROGRAM, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
5.
You agree that you will not export the Program in any form in violation of any applicable laws and regulations regarding export control of any countries.
6.
Notice to Government End Users (this provision shall apply to U.S. government end users only) The Program is a "commercial item," as that term is defined at 48 C.F.R.2.101, consisting of "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation," as such terms are used in 48
C.F.R. 12.212. Consistent with 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4, all U.S.
Government End Users acquire the Program with only those rights set forth herein.
7.
This license shall automatically terminate upon a failure on your part to comply with any term or condition of this Agreement, in which case you agree to immediately stop use of the Program.
8.
This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of Japan.
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i-Option LK-105 v4 (searchable PDFs) End User License Agreement
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About This Machine
2.1
2
Intended use of office MFP devices
2
About This Machine
2.1
Intended use of office MFP devices
Intended use
This Multi Function Product incorporates the functionality of multiple office devices in one. It is designed to
be used as an office system for the following purposes:
-
Print, copy, scan and fax documents.
-
Use available finishing functions such as duplexing, stapling, hole-punching and booklet creation if appropriate options are installed.
-
Store scanned documents on external USB memory devices; send scanned documents to network
scan destinations such as FTP, WebDAV and E-mail.
The intended use also requires that:
-
The system is used within the limits of device specifications and specifications of optional components,
-
All safety instructions in the related user's guides are observed,
-
Legal restrictions on reproduction (see page 1-18) are observed,
-
Inspection and maintenance instructions are adhered to,
-
General, national and company safety provisions are observed.
Impermissible operating conditions
The system may not be operated if:
-
Errors or damage have been discovered,
-
Maintenance intervals have been exceeded,
-
Mechanical or electrical functions do not work as they should.
Exclusion of liability
The manufacturer of the system assumes no liability for damages if the system was operated under impermissible conditions.
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2.2
Introduction to user's guide
2.2
Introduction to user's guide
The user's guide of this product consists of the [Quick Guide] and the User's Guide DVD.
The [Quick Guide] describes basic machine procedures and frequently asked questions.
If you want to learn about more detailed functions or operation methods, refer to the User's Guide included
in the User's Guide DVD.
In addition, you can access [Frequently Asked Questions] on the top page (home) of the relevant file on the
User's Guide DVD for detailed information on FAQs and troubleshooting.
2.2.1
[Quick Guide] (This manual)
This manual describes basic procedures users will need to know in order to use this machine, as well as setting procedures. It also introduces major functions, and basic troubleshooting procedures to make use of this
machine more conveniently.
This manual also contains notes and precautions that should be followed in order to use this machine. Please
be sure to read this manual before using this machine.
2.2.2
User's Guide DVD
The User's Guide DVD is provided with this machine.
This DVD contains basic and detailed information on the functions of this product and also explanations of
other various setting functions.
Select a desired function on the top page (Home), and check the details of the function.
Selecting [Introduction] on the top page (Home) allows you to view detailed methods for using the User's
Guide.
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Introduction to user's guide
Layout of top page
1
2
3
4
No.
Name
Description
1
[Search by Function]
Searches for desired information using functions such as printing or
scanning and buttons displayed on the Touch Panel.
2
[Search]
Enter one or multiple keywords to search within the User's Guide.
(Some pages are not targeted for searching.)
3
[Search by Usage]
Searches for the required operations of this machine based on the
request format of "wanting to do something". This function provides
security measures against various situations and methods to bring
about cost reductions.
4
[Search by Illustration]
Searches for the required operations of this machine based on the
output result, functions, and operation images.
Operating environment
Item
Specifications
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (SP1), Windows 8, Windows 8.1
Mac OS X 10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10
Supported Web browsers
Windows: Internet Explorer 9.x/10.x (Desktop version)/ 11.x (Desktop version), Firefox 20 or later, Google Chrome 26 or later
Mac OS: Safari 6.0.3 to 8.x
• We recommend that you use the latest Web browser that is
compatible with your operating system to help you use this machine more conveniently and comfortably.
• Check that JavaScript in your Web browser is enabled. The User's Guide uses JavaScript for the page display and search
functions.
Display resolution
1024 e 768 pixels or more
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2.2.3
Introduction to user's guide
2.2
Target groups
The user's guides (see page 2-4) are intended for the following users of the system:
User
Persons using the system for its intended use (see page 2-3) as well as
managing system functions and consumables according to the assigned
user rights.
Administrator
Persons managing consumables, system functions, users and access
rights; adjusting system settings, and establishing network connections.
Everyone who uses this system must have read and understood the related user's guides.
2.2.4
Symbols and notations used in this manual
Procedural instruction
0
This check mark symbol shows a precondition of a procedure.
1
This format number "1" represents the first step.
2
This format number represents the order of serial steps.
% This symbol indicates a supplementary explanation of a procedural instruction.
Symbols and notations
7WARNING
-
Improper handling can cause serious injury or death.
7CAUTION
-
Improper handling can cause minor injury or damage to houses and property.
NOTICE
This symbol indicates a risk that may result in damage to this machine or documents. Follow the instructions
to avoid property damage.
Tips
-
This symbol indicates supplemental information of a topic as well as options required to use a function.
dReference
This symbol indicates reference functions related to a topic.
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Introduction to user's guide
Related setting
This shows the settings related to a particular topic for any user.
Related setting (for the administrator)
This shows the settings related to a topic only for administrators.
Symbols/Notations
Description
0
This check mark symbol shows a precondition of a procedure.
%
This symbol indicates a supplementary explanation of a procedural instruction.
[]
An item enclosed by brackets [ ] indicates a key name on the Touch
Panel or computer screen, or the name of a user's guide.
Bold text
This presents a key name, part name, product name, or option name
on the Control Panel.
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About this machine
2.3
About this machine
2.3.1
Optional components
2.3
Various optional components can be added to meet your office requirements.
List of optional components
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About this machine
No.
Name
Description
1
Main unit
Scans the original in the scanner section, and prints a scanned image in the printer section.
2
Original Cover OC-514
Used to fix the loaded originals.
3
Reverse Automatic Document Feeder DF-628
Automatically feeds and scans originals by page.
4
Fax Kit FK-513
Required to use the fax function.
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. When you use the fax
function, the optional Hard Disk must also be installed in this machine.
5
Clean Unit CU-101
Collects small particles (UFP) generated in this machine to prevent
them from escaping this machine.
The Mount Kit MK-748 is required to install Clean Unit CU-101.
6
Mount Kit MK-748
This unit is required to install Clean Unit CU-101.
7
Authentication Unit
AU-102
Performs user authentication by scanning vein patterns in the finger.
To install the Authentication Unit AU-102, the Local Interface Kit
EK-608 or Local Interface Kit EK-609 is required in addition to the
Working Table WT-506.
8
Authentication Unit
AU-201S
Performs user authentication by scanning information recorded on
the IC card or NFC-compatible Android terminal.
To install the Authentication Unit AU-201S, the Local Interface
Kit EK-608 or Local Interface Kit EK-609 is required in addition to
the Mount Kit MK-735.
This unit can also be installed on the Working Table WT-506.
9
Working Table WT-506
Provides an area to temporarily place an original or other materials.
This is also used when the Authentication Unit AU-102 or Authentication Unit AU-201S is installed.
10
Keypad KP-101
It is equipped on the side of the Control Panel. Allows you to enter
numbers by using the Hardware Keypad.
11
Keyboard Holder KH-102
Install this holder to use an external keyboard.
12
Desk DK-514
Used to place this machine on the floor.
13
Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-414
Can load up to 2500 sheets of 8-1/2 e 11 (A4) size paper.
14
Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-214
Can load up to 500 sheets respectively into the top and bottom
trays.
15
Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-114
Can load up to 500 sheets into the top tray. (The bottom tray is a
storage box.)
16
Finisher FS-534
Sorts, groups, or staples output sheets as required. To install the
Finisher FS-534, the Relay Unit RU-514 and Output Unit 2
MK-603 are required. Also, Desk DK-514, Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-414, Paper Feed Cabinet PC-114, or Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-214 must be installed on this machine.
17
Saddle Stitcher SD-511
Used to add the fold/center staple function to the Finisher FS-534.
18
Punch Kit PK-520
Used to add the punch function to the Finisher FS-534.
19
Relay Unit RU-514
Required to install the Finisher FS-534.
20
Finisher FS-533
Sorts, groups, or staples output sheets as required. This unit can be
installed in this machine.
The Mount Kit MK-602 and Output Unit 2 MK-603 are required to
install the Finisher FS-533.
21
Mount Kit MK-602
Required to install the Finisher FS-533.
22
Punch Kit PK-519
Used to add the punch function to the Finisher FS-533.
23
Job Separator JS-506
Used to separate output sheets into two trays in the body of the machine.
The Output Unit 2 MK-603 is required to install Job Separator
JS-506.
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2.3
No.
Name
Description
24
Output Unit 2 MK-603
This unit is required when the Finisher FS-534, Finisher FS-533, or
Job Separator JS-506 is installed on this machine.
List of other optional components
The following options are built into this machine and are not shown in the figure.
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No.
Name
Description
1
Stamp Unit SP-501
Stamps a scanned original when sending a fax.
2
Spare TX Marker Stamp
2
A replacement stamp for the Stamp Unit SP-501.
3
Local Interface Kit
EK-608
Install this unit when using the Authentication Unit AU-102, Authentication Unit AU-201S, or Upgrade Kit UK-212.
4
Local Interface Kit
EK-609
Install this unit when using the Authentication Unit AU-102, Authentication Unit AU-201S, Upgrade Kit UK-212, or the connection function with a Bluetooth LE-compatible iOS terminal. For
details on the connection function with an iOS terminal, refer to the
User's Guide DVD.
5
i-Option LK-102 v3
Supports the PDF processing function that is one of the advanced
functions.
6
i-Option LK-105 v4
Supports the searchable PDF function that is one of the advanced
functions.
7
i-Option LK-106
Used to add a bar code font that is one of special fonts.
8
i-Option LK-107
Used to add a unicode font that is one of special fonts.
9
i-Option LK-108
Used to add an OCR font that is one of special fonts.
In the standard, the OCR-B font (PostScript) is available. Installing
the i-Option LK-108 allows use of the OCR-A font (PCL).
10
i-Option LK-110 v2
Supports advanced functions such as a function that converts a file
into a DOCX or XLSX type, a function that generates highly-functional and high quality data, and the E-mail RX Print function. i-Option LK-110 v2 includes the function licenses for i-Option LK-102
v3 and i-Option LK-105 v4. If you purchase i-Option LK-110 v2,
you do not need to purchase i-Option LK-102 v3 or i-Option
LK-105 v4. For details on the available functions, refer to the User's
Guide DVD.
11
i-Option LK-111
Supports the ThinPrint function that is one of the advanced functions.
12
i-Option LK-114
Supports the universal print function that is one of the advanced
functions.
13
i-Option LK-115 v2
You can use TPM (Trusted Platform Module) that is one of the advanced functions. Security enhancement is realized by encrypting
confidential information such as certificates and passwords of this
machine.
14
Upgrade Kit UK-211
•
15
Upgrade Kit UK-212
Allows you to use this machine in a wireless network environment.
To install the Upgrade Kit UK-212, the Local Interface Kit EK-608
or Local Interface Kit EK-609 is required.
16
Heater HT-509
Prevents paper in a paper tray from being affected by humidity.
The Heater HT-509 can be mounted when you purchase the Paper
Feed Cab-inet PC-114, Paper Feed Cabinet PC-214, Paper Feed
Cabinet PC-414, or Desk DK-514.
Install this unit when using i-Option LK-102 v3, LK-105 v4,
LK-106, LK-107, LK-108, LK-110 v2, or LK-114.
• Install this unit when using My Address in association with My
Panel Manager.
This unit is referred to as Extension Memory in the manual.
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. When installing the optional Extension Memory, the optional Hard Disk must also be installed in this machine.
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No.
Name
Description
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Power Supply BOX
MK-734
Turns on/off the Heater HT-509 operations.
The Power Supply BOX MK-734 can be mounted when you purchase the Paper Feed Cabinet PC-114, Paper Feed Cabinet
PC-214, Paper Feed Cabinet PC-414, or Desk DK-514.
18
Mount Kit MK-735
Required to use the machine unit that has Authentication Unit
AU-201S built in to it.
19
Hard Disk HD-522
Used to increase the hard disk storage capacity to add functions.
The hard disk is installed as standard in North America and Europe.
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2.3.2
About this machine
2.3
Name of parts (MFP)
Front
The illustration shows the main unit that contains the Reverse Automatic Document Feeder DF-628 and
Paper Feed Cabinet PC-214.
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No.
Name
Description
1
Control Panel
Use the Touch Panel or buttons on this panel to operate this machine.
2
Original Tray
Load the original.
3
Bypass Tray
Used to load custom-size paper or special paper.
4
Paper Tray
Used to load standard-size paper. The number of trays varies depending on the installed Paper Feed Cabinet.
5
Front Door
Open this door to replace consumables or to maintenance this machine.
6
Data Indicator
Flashes blue while this machine is receiving a job. If a job is currently spooled, this indicator lamp lights up blue.
7
Warning Indicator
Flashes orange if a warning occurs. Lights up orange if this machine
has stopped due to an error.
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About this machine
2
Side/rear
The illustration shows the main unit that contains the Reverse Automatic Document Feeder DF-628, Paper
Feed Cabinet PC-214, Fax Kit FK-513, Power Supply BOX MK-734, Clean Unit CU-101, and Mount Kit
MK-748.
No.
Name
1
Jack for connecting a telephone (TEL PORT)
2
Telephone Jack 1 (LINE PORT)
3
Heater Power Switch
4
Power Cord
5
Network Connector (10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T)
6
USB Port (Type B) USB2.0/1.1
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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About this machine
2.3
Name of parts (Optional units)
This section shows the names of distinctive parts for each optional unit that can be installed in this machine.
Finisher FS-533, Punch Kit PK-519
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No.
Name
1
Punch Kit
2
Staple Cartridge
3
Output Tray
4
Tray Extension
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About this machine
2
Job Separator JS-506
No.
Name
1
Output Tray
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2.3
Finisher FS-534, Saddle Stitcher SD-511, Punch Kit PK-520
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No.
Name
1
Output Tray
2
Staple Cartridge
3
Punch Scrap Box
4
Saddle Stitcher
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No.
Name
1
Punch Kit
2
Staple Cartridge
3
Folding Output Tray
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2.4
Power supply
2.4
Power supply
This machine provides two power switches: Power key on the Control Panel and Main Power Switch on
the machine. Under normal conditions, operate the Power key of the Control Panel. Use Main Power
Switch to restart this machine.
2.4.1
Turning the power on and off
Turn the power on and off only when necessary, for example, when the administrative settings are changed
or a power failure occurs.
1
Press n on the Main Power Switch.
2
Press o on the Main Power Switch.
NOTICE
To restart this machine, turn the Main Power Switch off and on again after 10 or more seconds have passed.
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2.4.2
2
Power supply
Operating the Power key
To immediately shift to the power save mode, for example, when work is finished or when not operating this
machine for a long period of time, press the Power key.
The machine shifts to different power save modes depending on how long the Power key is pressed.
Pressing the Power key briefly during operation shifts to the low power or sleep mode. Holding down the
Power key shifts to the Sub Power OFF mode.
To return this machine from the power save mode to the normal mode, press the Power key again.
Status of this machine
Description
Power Save
mode
Low Power or
Sleep mode
Flashes blue.
This machine returns to the normal mode when data or faxes are received.
Sub Power
OFF mode
Lights up orange.
This machine can receive data or faxes, but cannot scan or print an
original. If data or faxes are received when the machine is in the Sub
Power OFF mode, they are printed when the machine returns to the
normal mode.
During operation
Lights up blue.
Normal mode
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2.4.3
Power supply
2.4
Power save function
If the specified time elapses after the machine becomes inactive, the machine automatically shifts to the power save mode; for example, the Touch Panel display is turned off. The Power key flashes blue in the power
save mode. The power save mode returns to the normal mode by pressing any key on the Control Panel for
instance.
There are two power save modes: the low power mode and the sleep mode. Sleep mode provides a greater
power saving effect than Low Power mode. However, the time required to return to Normal mode is longer
than the time required to revert to Low Power mode.
dReference
The time required to shift to each mode can be changed in the Administrator Settings. For details, refer to the
User's Guide DVD.
Reducing power consumption
To reduce power consumption in the standby state, change [Power Key Setting] to [Sub Power OFF].
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [Power Supply/Power Save Settings] [Power Key Setting].
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
1
After the setting is changed, the power save mode shifts as shown below depending on how the Power key
is pressed.
-
Pressing the Power key
-
This machine shifts to the Sub Power OFF mode.
In the Sub Power OFF mode, the machine can receive data or faxes, but cannot scan or print an original.
If data or faxes are received when the machine is in the Sub Power OFF mode, they are printed when
the machine returns to the normal mode.
-
Holding down the Power key
-
This machine shifts to the ErP Auto Power OFF mode.
In the ErP Auto Power OFF mode, this machine cannot receive data or faxes and also cannot scan or
print an original.
This function provides a greater power saving effect than the Sub Power OFF mode, which is close to
the state where the main power is turned off.
-
To enable the machine to return to the normal mode from the Sub Power OFF or ErP Auto Power OFF mode,
press the Power key again.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2
Control Panel
Control Panel
The optional Keypad KP-101 is equipped on the right side of the Control Panel.
2.5.1
Name of parts
No.
Name
Description
1
Touch Panel
Various screens and messages are displayed. Directly touch the
Touch Panel to configure each setting.
2
Mobile touch area
Used to associate this machine with an NFC-compatible Android
terminal.
You can place an Android terminal with Mobile Print for Android
installed on the mobile touch area to establish a pairing with this
machine or to perform user authentication.
This area is also used to associate this machine with an iOS terminal
that supports Bluetooth LE. The optional Local Interface Kit EK609 is required to use the Bluetooth LE function.
You can place an iOS terminal with Mobile Print for iPhone/iPad
installed on the mobile touch area to establish a pairing with this
machine or to perform user authentication.
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
3
Access
If user authentication or account track is enabled, enter the user
name and password for user authentication or the account name
and password for account track, then press this key to start the use
of this machine. After a target operation is completed, press this key
once again to end the use of this machine.
4
Menu
Press this key to display the main menu.
5
Reset
Press this key to reset all settings, excluding the registered ones,
that you entered using the Control Panel.
6
Stop
Press this key to temporarily stop an active copy, scan, or print job.
7
Start
Press to start the copy, scan or fax operation.
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2.5
No.
Name
Description
8
1-4
Press each key to switch the display of the Touch Panel to a function assigned to a Register key.
• 1 ([Enlarge Display]): Enters Enlarge Display mode.
• 2 ([Guidance]): Press this key to display the Help Menu. You can
display descriptions of the functions and operating procedures
on the screen.
• 3 ([10 Keypad]): Displays the Keypad on the Touch Panel.
• 4 ([Preview]): Press this key to display a finishing image with the
current settings on the Touch Panel. This function can also
print a single proof copy to be checked before printing a large
number of copies.
These keys can be assigned to any function in the Administrator
Settings to be easy to use.
9
Power
Press this key to switch to the power save mode.
In the normal mode, the key lights up blue. In the power save mode,
the key blinks blue or lights up orange.
To create a higher power saving effect, you can change the setting
in [Power Key Setting] of Administrator Settings. For [Power Key
Setting], refer to page 2-20.
10
Warning Indicator
Flashes orange if a warning occurs.
Lights up orange if this machine has stopped due to an error.
Equipped with the optional Keypad KP-101
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No.
Name
Description
1
Keypad
Use this Keypad to enter numeric values such as the number of
copies, zoom ratio, and fax number.
2
C (Clear)
Press this key to cancel numeric values such as the number of copies, zoom ratio, and size you entered using the Keypad.
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Touch Panel
2.6
Touch Panel
2.6.1
Main menu
Press Menu on the Control Panel to display the main menu. In the main menu, you can configure settings
such as frequently used functions or a shortcut key for jumping to each mode.
Layout of main menu
1
2
3
4
No.
Name
Description
1
[Accessibility]
Tap this button to adjust a Touch Panel pressing position, change
keying sounds, and configure the operating environment of the
Control Panel.
[Counter]
Tap this button to display the total number of pages printed on this
machine on a function or color basis.
User/Account Name
This area displays the name of the current login user or the account
track name when User Authentication or Account Track is enabled.
When User Authentication and Account Track are used together,
the user name is displayed.
[Language]
Tap this button to temporarily change the language to be displayed
on the panel. For details on how to display [Language], refer to the
User's Guide DVD.
[Function Search]
Tap this button to search for copy settings or fax/scan settings to
go to the target function screen from the search result.
[Job List]
Tap this button to display current or standby jobs. If necessary, you
can check job logs or print a communication report. This list displays the operation status of the current job when it is running. For
details, refer to page 2-31.
2
Page Indicator
Allows you to check which page is currently displayed when main
menu keys are assigned to multiple pages.
3
Main menu keys
Display shortcut keys assigned to any function.
By default, the main menu shows [Copy], [Scan/Fax], [User Box],
and [Utility].
• The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To display [User Box],
the optional Hard Disk must be installed in this machine.
[Utility]
Tap this button to configure settings of this machine or view the use
status of this machine.
• [Utility] is always displayed.
Page switching key
Tap this key to switch pages when main menu keys are assigned to
multiple pages.
4
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Touch Panel
2.6
Customizing the main menu
The main menu can be extended to three screens as necessary. Up to 25 keys can be assigned to three main
menu screens which can be switched.
In addition, you can specify your favorite background pattern. If necessary, you can add a background pattern by registering an image on this machine.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2.6.2
2
Touch Panel
Slide menu
Tapping a tab key on the Touch Panel slides open the menu. The setting of the slide menu can be changed
to suit your environment.
1
No.
Name
Description
1
Tab key
Tap this key to open and close the slide menu.
Slide menu key
Display function keys assigned to any function.
By default, the main menu shows [Copy], [Scan/Fax], [User Box],
and [Interrupt].
• The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To display [User Box],
the optional Hard Disk must be installed in this machine.
Customizing the slide menu
Up to five slide menus can be set.
You can configure the setting to prevent the slide menu. Also, you can display the Keypad or change the
background color.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2.6.3
Touch Panel
2.6
Operating the Touch Panel
The Touch Panel of this machine supports user-friendly operations, such as, sliding a finger on the Touch
Panel.
Tap
Lightly touch the screen with your finger, then remove your finger
from the screen immediately. This action can select or determine a
menu.
Double-tap
Lightly touch the screen with your finger twice in succession. Used
to retrieve detailed information, to enlarge a thumbnail or preview
image, and to open a User Box.
Flick
Make a slight fillip while sliding your finger on the screen. Used to
scroll the destination/job list or to feed a page in the Main menu
screen/Preview screen.
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2
Drag
To move the scroll bar or document, place your finger on it and
move your finger. Used to move the scroll bar or document.
Pan
Slide your finger parallel in a front-to-back and side-to-side direction on the screen. Used to move to the intended display location if
data spans multiple screens.
Long-tap
Hold down the document by the finger. Used to display the icon related to the document.
Drag & Drop
Slide your finger to the intended place and release it while a document is selected. Used to move the document to the intended
place.
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2.6
Pinch in/Pinch out
Place two fingers on the screen and then open or close them. Used
to enlarge or reduce a preview image.
Rotation
Place two fingers on the screen and then rotate them. Used to rotate
a preview image.
Precautions on using the Touch Panel
Note the following points when operating the Touch Panel.
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Applying a strong force to the Touch Panel will damage the Touch Panel, and potentially cause a
breakage.
-
When operating in the Touch Panel, do not press on it using excessive force or with a pointed object
such as a mechanical pencil.
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2.6.4
Touch Panel
2
How to display the Keypad
When tapping the input area on the copy screen and etc. for entering the number of copies or entering adjustment values, the Keypad will be displayed.
It can also be displayed by pressing the 10 Keypad key (default: Register key 3).
Input area for entering the number of copies
Input area for entering values
How to move the Keypad
Move your finger while the upper side of Keypad is being pressed.
How to close the Keypad
After entering, tap [Close] to close the Keypad.
It can also be closed by pressing the 10 Keypad key (default: Register key 3).
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Touch Panel
2.6
To display the Keypad all the time
The Keypad can always be displayed to enable entry of the number of copies on the copy screen, User Box
print setting screen, or browser print setting screen.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
2.6.5
Entering characters
When entering characters to register an address or program, use the keyboard screen displayed on the
Touch Panel.
When typing in "Group1":
1
To type in uppercase letters or symbols, tap the [Shift] key.
% If you mistyped, tap [
[Delete] key.
] or [
] to move the cursor to the character you want to clear, then tap the
% Tap the [Shift] key again to return to the original keyboard screen.
2
1
2
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After typing completes, tap [OK].
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2
Jobs
2.7
Jobs
2.7.1
Job screen
A job refers to an operation such as printing, sending, receiving, or saving.
When you tap [Job List] in the main menu or the main screen of each mode, the Job screen appears.
In the Job screen, you can view a list or history of a job currently being executed or print a sending-receiving
result report.
In general, jobs are executed starting from the job at the top of the list of currently active jobs. If you are in a
hurry to execute any particular jobs, you can rearrange the job execution order.
1
2
3
4
5
6
No.
Description
1
Displays jobs.
2
Select a job type. In [Comm. List], you can also print a sending-receiving result report.
3
Tap this button to narrow down the jobs to be displayed.
4
Tap this button to delete a job.
5
Tap this button to select a job to be executed preferentially.
6
Tap this button to view details of a selected job.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2.7.2
Jobs
2.7
Multi-job function
While a job is active, you can register another job. Up to 259 jobs can be registered in total.
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. If the Hard Disk is not installed in this machine, up to 82 jobs, including all types of jobs, can be registered.
The table below shows the maximum number of jobs that can be registered for each function.
Function
Minimum number of jobs
Maximum number of jobs
Copy
6
62
Print
10
66
Fax memory TX + Scan
56
112
Fax RX
100
156
Sharing
56
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These values may vary depending on conditions.
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Loading paper
2.8
Loading paper
2.8.1
Loading paper in Tray 1 to Tray 4
2
Up to 500 sheets of plain paper can be loaded into each tray. Tray3 and Tray4 are optional.
Applicable paper types
Plain paper, single-side-only paper, special paper, thick paper, letterhead, colored paper, and recycled paper
How to load paper
1
Pull out the tray.
NOTICE
Be careful not to touch the Film.
2
Slide the Lateral Guide to fit the size of the paper to be loaded.
3
Load paper into the tray.
% Load paper into the tray with the print side facing up.
4
When loading paper other than plain paper, specify the paper type.
% For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2.8.2
2.8
Loading paper
LCT (built-in)
Up to 2500 sheets of plain paper can be loaded into the LCT (built-in). The LCT (built-in) is an option.
Applicable paper types
Plain paper, single-side-only paper, special paper, thick paper, letterhead, colored paper, and recycled paper
How to load paper
1
Pull out the tray.
NOTICE
Be careful not to touch the Film.
2
Load paper into the right tray.
% Load paper into the tray with the print side facing up.
Max.
NOTICE
Do not load the tray with paper of a size other than that previously specified. To change the paper size, contact your service
representative.
3
Load paper into the left tray.
% Load paper into the tray with the print side facing up.
4
When loading paper other than plain paper, specify the paper type.
% For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Loading paper
Bypass Tray
Use the Bypass Tray when printing on a paper size other than for paper trays, or printing on envelopes or
transparencies.
To use the Bypass Tray, load paper and specify the paper type.
Applicable paper types
Plain paper, single-side-only paper, special paper, thick paper, postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), transparency, letterhead, colored paper, envelope, label sheets, index paper, recycled paper, and banner paper
Applicable paper sizes
Type
Size
Standard-size paper
11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, 4 e 6 w, A3 w to A6 w, B4 w to B6 w,
A6 card w, 8 e 13 w, 16K w/v, 8K w, banner paper, envelope (B5 w
(6-15/16 inches e 9-13/16 inches (176 mm e 250 mm)), C4 w (9 inches e
12-3/4 inches (229 mm e 324 mm)), C5 w (6-3/8 inches e 9 inches (162 mm
e 229 mm)), C6 w (6-3/8 inches e 4-1/2 inches (162 mm e 114 mm)), DL w
(8-11/16 inches e 4-5/16 inches (220 mm e 110 mm)), Com10 (4-1/8 inches
e 9-1/2 inches (104.7 mm e 241.3 mm)), Monarch (3-7/8 inches e
7-1/2 inches (98.4 mm e 190.5 mm)))
Custom-size paper
Paper width: 3-9/16 to 11-11/16 inches (90 mm to 297 mm)
Paper length: 5-1/2 to 47-1/4 inches (139.7 mm to 1200 mm)
Paper not available
Do not load the following paper into the Bypass Tray. Doing so may cause a paper jam or damage to the
machine.
-
Folded, torn or creased paper, or bundles of sheets of different sizes
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Loading paper
2.8
How to load paper
1
Open the Bypass Tray.
% To load large-sized paper, pull out the Tray Extension.
NOTICE
Exercise care not to touch the surface of the Paper Feed Roller with your hands.
2
Load paper with the print side facing down, then align the Lateral Guide to the paper.
% Insert paper into the tray until their edges are pressed
against the back.
NOTICE
Do not load an excessive number of sheets such that the top
of the stack is higher than the , mark.
If paper is curled, flatten it before loading it.
3
Select the paper type and paper size.
% When loading paper other than plain paper, change the paper type setting.
% When loading custom sized paper, change the paper type setting.
% For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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2
Loading postcards
Up to 20 postcards can be loaded into the tray.
1
Load postcards in the w direction as shown in the figure with
the print side facing down, then align the Lateral Guide to the
paper.
% Insert postcards into the tray until their edges are pressed
against the back.
The screen for selecting the paper type and paper size appears.
max.
20 sheets
NOTICE
When loading postcards into the Bypass Tray, note the following points.
When loading curled postcards, uncurl the postcards as shown in the figure in advance.
2
Change the paper size setting.
% Select [4 e 6] ([A6 Card]) from [Paper Size options] in [Paper Size].
% If [4 e 6] ([A6 Card]) is not displayed for [Paper Size options], select [4 e 6] ([A6 Card]) from [Other
Size] - [Envelope/4 e 6]. Selecting [4 e 6] ([A6 Card]) sets [Paper Type] to [Thick3].
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Loading transparencies
Up to 20 transparencies can be loaded into the tray.
1
Load transparencies in the v direction as shown in the figure
with the print side facing down, then align the Lateral Guide
to the paper.
% Insert transparencies into the tray until their edges are
pressed against the back.
The screen for selecting the paper type and paper size appears.
2
Change the paper type setting.
% Select [Transparency] from [Paper Type].
% Transparencies can only be printed in black. When the color function is other than black and [Transparency] is selected, check the displayed message, and tap [Yes].
3
Change the paper size setting.
% Select the paper size from [Paper Size options] in [Paper Size].
% If the paper size you want to use is not displayed for [Paper Size options], select the paper size from
[Other Size].
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2
Loading envelopes
Up to 10 envelopes can be loaded into the tray.
Image of a long envelope
Image of a Western-style envelope
0
To load envelopes, open the Right Door, then lift the Fusing Adjustment Lever up to the envelope position (top).
7CAUTION
-
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which may cause burns. When checking the inside of the unit for malfunctions such as a paper misfeed, do not touch the locations (around
the fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a "Caution HOT" caution label. A burn could result.
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Loading paper
1
2.8
Load envelopes as shown in the figure with the flap part facing up, then align the Lateral Guide to them.
max.
10 sheets
% Insert envelopes into the tray until their edges are pressed against the back.
% The flap side of envelopes cannot be printed on.
The screen for selecting the paper type and paper size appears.
NOTICE
When loading envelopes into the Bypass Tray, note the following points.
When loading envelopes, remove air from them, and securely press along the flap fold line. Otherwise,
it will result in an envelope wrinkle or paper jam.
Do not use envelopes that have glue or release paper on the flaps or the part covered by the flap on the
body. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
2
Change the paper type setting.
% Select [Envelope] from [Paper Type].
The screen for selecting the envelope size appears.
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3
2
Specify the envelope size.
% Select [Envelope/4 e 6] ([Envelope/A6 Card]), and specify the size of the loaded envelopes.
NOTICE
When loading envelopes with flaps opened, also select the standard size that matches them. You do not
have to measure the size of the envelope with the flap opened to set the size as a custom-sized envelope.
When envelope printing has been completed, return the Fusing Adjustment Lever you moved to the normal printing position (bottom).
7CAUTION
-
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which may cause burns. When checking the inside of the unit for malfunctions such as a paper misfeed, do not touch the locations (around
the fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a "Caution HOT" caution label. A burn could result.
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Loading paper
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Loading label sheets
Up to 20 label sheets can be loaded into the tray.
1
Load label sheets in the w direction as shown in the figure with
the print side facing down, then align the Lateral Guide to the
paper.
% Insert label sheets into the tray until their edges are
pressed against the back.
The screen for selecting the paper type and paper size appears.
2
Change the paper type setting.
% Select [Thick 1+] from [Paper Type].
3
Change the paper size setting.
% Select the paper size from [Paper Size options] in [Paper Size].
% If the paper size you want to use is not displayed for [Paper Size options], select the paper size from
[Other Size].
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2
Loading index papers
Up to 20 index papers can be loaded into the tray.
1
Put the tab side in the direction opposite to this machine with
the print side facing down, then align the Lateral Guide to the
paper.
% Insert index papers into the tray until their edges are
pressed against the back.
The screen for selecting the paper type and paper size appears.
2
Change the paper type setting.
% Select [Index Paper] from [Paper Type].
3
Change the paper size setting.
% Select the paper size from [Paper Size options] in [Paper Size].
% If the paper size you want to use is not displayed for [Paper Size options], select the paper size from
[Other Size].
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Basic Settings and
Operations
3.1
Print function
3
Basic Settings and Operations
3.1
Print function
3.1.1
Required settings and basic operations (for Windows OS)
3
Print data created on your computer via the network.
This section describes how to configure standard print settings using the installer.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to print data. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the network cable. For details, refer to page 3-4.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-4.
The network can be used with the default settings unless otherwise requested.
3
Installing the printer driver
% Install the printer driver on the computer. For details, refer to page 3-5.
Operation flow
The following describes a flow to print data from your computer. For details, refer to page 3-5.
1
Opening original data
% Open the data you want to print using the application software.
2
Configuring the printer driver for printing
% Select a printer driver, and change the setting if necessary before printing.
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Checking the cable connection
Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this machine and the green LED is on.
Checking network settings of this machine
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information]. Check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
Tips
3-4
-
In general, the default settings are available for network connection; however, some network environments require a change on network settings.
-
If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator
Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
-
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
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Installing the printer driver
Use the installer to install the printer driver.
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This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
Insert the printer driver DVD-ROM into the DVD-ROM drive of
the computer.
2
Click [Printer Install].
3
Proceed with the procedure according to the on-screen instructions.
This automatically searches for the appropriate network and displays printers and MFPs that are compatible with the printer driver.
4
Select this machine from the list.
% If multiple identical models are displayed, check the IP address to select an appropriate one. For
details on how to check the IP address of this machine, refer to page 3-4.
5
Select the check boxes of the printer drivers to be installed.
6
Click [Install].
7
Click [Finish].
Printing data
1
Open the data you want to print using the application software.
2
In the [File] menu, click [Print].
3
Select the installed printer driver, and click [Print].
Tips
-
Clicking [Preferences] can change the setting of the printer driver as required.
-
If user authentication is enabled in this machine, specify the required data such as the user name and
password.
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3.1
Types of printer drivers
Select a printer driver that will meet your printing requirements.
3.1.2
Driver type
Description
PCL
This is a standard driver for printing general office documents. Among the three
drivers, this driver provides the fastest printing speed.
PS
This driver is effective to exactly print data that is created using PostScript-compatible application software from Adobe or other vendors. This driver is often used
in graphics and light printing applications where good color reproducibility is important.
XPS
Developed after Windows Vista, this driver supports XML Paper Specification
(XPS). This driver has several advantages, including high-quality reproduction of
translucence.
Required settings and basic operations (for Mac OS)
Print data created on your computer via the network.
This section describes how to configure a printer driver, for the OS X 10.6 environment, Bonjour connection,
and use of metric-size paper as major conditions.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to print data. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the network cable. For details, refer to page 3-7.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-7.
The network can be used with the default settings unless otherwise requested.
3
Installing the printer driver
% Install the printer driver on the computer. For details, refer to page 3-9.
4
Adding and configuring a printer driver
% Set up your computer so that data can be printed using the installed printer driver. For details, refer
to page 3-10.
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Print function
Operation flow
The following describes a flow to print data from your computer. For details, refer to page 3-10.
1
Opening original data
% Open the data you want to print using the application software.
2
Configuring the printer driver for printing
% Select a printer driver, and change the setting if necessary before printing.
Checking the cable connection
Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this machine and the green LED is on.
Checking network settings of this machine
1
•
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information]. Check that the IP address is displayed.
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3.1
Specify the Bonjour name. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Bonjour Setting] - [ON].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
1
% The Bonjour name is displayed on the printer driver as a connected device name.
2
3
% To change the Bonjour name, tap [Bonjour Name], and enter the name using the displayed keyboard.
Tips
-
3-8
If no IP address is displayed in Step 1, you need to set up the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your
environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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-
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
Installing the printer driver
Use the installer to install the printer driver.
0
This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
Insert the printer driver DVD-ROM into the DVD-ROM drive of
the computer.
2
Select the target printer driver, and copy it to the desktop.
Example: /Driver/OS_10_6_x/Letter/GENERIC_28C-8.pkg
(Printer driver for OS X 10.6)
% When ordinarily using metric-sized paper, select a printer
driver in the "A4" directory.
% The last three digits of the printer driver name indicate the
version of the operating system.
3
Double-click the file copied onto the desktop.
4
Proceed with the procedure according to the on-screen instructions until the installation screen appears.
5
Click [Install].
6
When a prompt message appears to ask you to enter the name and password, type in the name and
password of the user with administrator privileges.
7
Click [Close].
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3.1
Adding and configuring a printer driver
Set up your computer so that data can be printed using the installed printer driver.
0
This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
In the Apple Menu, click [System Preferences] - [Print & Fax].
2
Click [+].
This automatically searches for the appropriate network and displays printers and MFPs that are compatible with the printer driver.
3
Select a printer for the Bonjour connection. Search for this machine from the list of printers for which
[Kind] is set to [Bonjour], and click it.
% If you cannot identify the connected machine because multiple same product names are listed,
check with the administrator.
This automatically searches for a printer driver compatible with the selected printer.
4
Check that the printer driver is displayed.
5
Select the installed optional units.
Printing data
1
Open the data you want to print using the application software.
2
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3
Select the Bonjour name of this machine.
Tips
-
3-10
If necessary, you can change the settings of the printer driver.
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Scan-to-Send function
3.2
Scan-to-Send function
3.2.1
Various transmission methods
The original data scanned by this machine can be sent and saved using a variety of methods.
Sending data to your computer (SMB Send)
Send scanned data to a computer on the network. Once settings are configured, you can send data easily.
For details, refer to page 3-13 and page 3-21.
Transmitting data as E-mail attachment (E-mail TX)
Send scanned data as an E-mail attachment. This function is useful when you want to forward data to an
outside location. For details, refer to page 3-30.
Saving data to the USB memory device (External memory)
Directly save scanned data on the USB memory device connected to this machine. For details, refer to
page 3-62.
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Various methods for transmitting and saving data
In addition to the above, data can be sent and saved in various methods. Select the appropriate one to meet
your needs.
-
Issuing a scan instruction from a computer (Web service function)
-
Saving data to a User Box on the HDD (Save in User Box)
-
Sending to an FTP server (FTP TX)
-
Sending to a WebDAV server (WebDAV Send)
Tips
-
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To store data in the HDD User Box, the optional Hard Disk
must be installed in this machine.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Sending data to your Windows computer (SMB Send)
Send scanned data to a computer on the network.
Once settings are configured, you can send data easily.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow for sending scanned data. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the network cable. For details, refer to page 3-14.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-14.
The network can be used with the default settings unless otherwise requested.
3
Checking computer information
% Check the information required for Store Address, and fill out the checklist. For details, refer to
page 3-15.
4
Configuring your computer
% Configure settings to share a computer, or create a dedicated folder to receive files. For details, refer
to page 3-16.
5
Registering destinations
% Register destinations to which files are sent while checking the checklist. For details, refer to
page 3-16.
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Operation flow
The following describes a transmission flow. For details, refer to page 3-19.
1
Loading the original
2
Selecting a destination
% Select a registered destination, and check the settings such as the file type and image quality.
3
Press the Start key.
% Press the Start key to scan the original.
Checking the cable connection
Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this machine and the green LED is on.
Checking network settings of this machine
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information]. Then, check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
Tips
3-14
-
In general, the default settings are available for network connection; however, some network environments require a change on network settings.
-
If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator
Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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-
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
Checklist
While making notes in the checklist shown below, check computer information and configure settings for
preparation. The completed checklist is used for Store Address.
Name
Entry column
Detail
Host Address
Host name or IP address to which the scanned data is sent
page 3-15
File Path
Name of the dedicated folder to receive the scanned data
page 3-16
User ID
User name required to log in to the computer
page 3-15
Password
Password required to log in to the computer
• You should not enter this column for security reasons.
Contact your system administrator.
Checking computer information
Check the host address and user ID, and write them down.
1
Display the Properties window of the computer.
% In Windows 8/8.1, while pressing the [Windows] key, press the [X] key, and then select [System
properties] in the displayed menu.
% In Windows Vista/7, from the Start menu, select [Computer] - [System properties].
2
Check the computer name, and write it down in the Host address column of the checklist.
3
Open the command prompt.
% In Windows 8/8.1, while pressing the [Windows] key, press the [X] key, and then select [Command
Prompt] in the displayed menu.
% In Windows Vista/7, from the Start menu, select [All Programs] - [Accessories] - [Command Prompt].
4
Check the user name, and write it down in the User ID column of the checklist.
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Configuring your computer
Create a new folder, and enable the sharing settings.
0
This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
Display the Network and Sharing Center window to configure a sharing setting.
% In Windows 8/8.1, while pressing the [Windows] key, press the [X] key, and select [Control Panel] [Network and Sharing Center] - [Change advanced sharing settings] in the displayed menu, then select the [Turn on file and printer sharing] check box.
% In Windows 7, from the Start menu, select [Control Panel] - [Network and Internet] - [Network and
Sharing Center] - [Change advanced sharing settings] then select the [Turn on file and printer sharing] check box.
% In Windows Vista, open the Start menu, select [Control Panel] - [Network and Sharing Center], then
turn on [File sharing].
2
Create a new folder, and write down the folder name in the File path column of the checklist.
3
Configure the setting to share the folder created in Step 2. Right-click on the folder, then click [Properties].
4
Click the [Sharing] tab, then click [Advanced Sharing].
5
Select the [Share this folder] check box, then click [Permissions].
6
Select [Everyone] from the [Group or user names:] list, then select all of the [Allow] check boxes.
Registering destinations
While checking the created checklist, register the folder for receiving the scanned data as an address book
of this machine.
1
3-16
Tap [Utility], and select [One-Touch/ User Box Reg.] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Public)] - [PC (SMB)].
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Tap [New].
3
For [Name], specify the name to be displayed on the assigned key.
% For [Sort Character], enter the same name as [Name].
1
2
3
% This sets the appropriate index for the name, which you entered into [Name], to [Index]. To change
the setting, tap [Index].
4
While checking the checklist, enter the user ID and password you wrote down.
1
2
3
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3.2
While checking the checklist, enter the host address and file path you wrote down.
% When not specifying a folder, enter a slash "/" for the file path. When specifying a folder, enter only
the folder name without slash "/".
1
2
3
6
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Tap [Close].
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Sending the original
1
Load the original.
2
Tap [Scan/Fax].
3
Select a destination.
1
2
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3.2
Check the setting if necessary.
% Tap [Check Setting] to check the setting.
% You can also check the setting using the keys displayed on the Touch Panel.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
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Settings
Description
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to scan one or both sides of the original.
[Resolution]
Specify the scanning resolution.
[Color]
Select whether to scan the original in color or black and white mode.
[File Type]
Select the type of the file to save scanned data.
[Scan Size]
Specify the size of the original to be scanned.
[File Name/Subject
Name/Other]
Change the file name or the subject of an E-mail to be sent.
Press the Start key.
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Scan-to-Send function
Sending data to your Mac computer (SMB Send)
Send scanned data to a computer on the network.
Once settings are configured, you can send data easily.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow for sending scanned data. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the network cable. For details, refer to page 3-22.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-22.
3
Checking computer information
% Check the information required for Store Address, and fill out the checklist. For details, refer to
page 3-24.
4
Configuring your computer
% Configure settings to share a computer, or create a dedicated folder to receive files. For details, refer
to page 3-25.
5
Registering destinations
% Register destinations to which files are sent while checking the checklist. For details, refer to
page 3-25.
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Operation flow
The following describes a transmission flow. For details, refer to page 3-28.
1
Loading the original
2
Selecting a destination
% Select a registered destination, and check the settings such as the file type and image quality.
3
Press the Start key.
% Press the Start key to scan the original.
Checking the cable connection
Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this machine and the green LED is on.
Checking network settings of this machine
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information].
Check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
Tips
3-22
-
In Mac OS X10.6, the default settings are available during general use, but you need to change settings
depending on your network environment.
-
If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator
Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
Configuring this machine (Mac OS X 10.7 or later)
The following settings are only required in Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
-
Select [NTLM v1/v2] in [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [SMB Settings] - [Client
Settings], then tap [OK].
1
2
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Select [ON] in [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [SMB Settings] - [Direct Hosting
Setting], then tap [OK].
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2
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Scan-to-Send function
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3.2
Select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [Date/Time Settings] to specify the same
date/time and time zone between this machine and your computer, then tap [OK].
1
2
Checklist
While making notes in the checklist shown below, check computer information and configure settings for
preparation. The completed checklist is used for Store Address.
Name
Entry column
Detail
Host Address
IP address to which the scanned data is sent
page 3-24
File Path
Name of the dedicated folder to receive the scanned data
page 3-25
User ID
User name required to log in to the computer
page 3-24
Password
Password required to log in to the computer
• Entering the password here is not recommended for security reasons.
Contact your system administrator.
Checking computer information
Check the host address and user ID.
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This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
%
Check the IP address and user name, and write it down in the Host Address and User ID columns of
the checklist.
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Configuring your computer
Create a new folder, and enable the sharing settings.
0
This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
Create a new folder, and write down the folder name in the File path column of the checklist.
2
Enable the folder sharing settings. In the Apple menu, select [System Preferences] - [Sharing].
3
Select the [File Sharing] check box, then click [Options...].
4
Select the [Share files and folders using SMB (Windows)] and user name check boxes, then click [Done].
5
Under [Shared Folders:], click [+].
6
Select a new folder.
7
Click the new folder to check the access right.
If the access right is changed to [Read & Write], the setting is completed.
Registering destinations
While checking the created checklist, register the folder for receiving the scanned data as an address book
of this machine.
1
Tap [Utility], and select [One-Touch/ User Box Reg.] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Public)] - [PC (SMB)].
2
Tap [New].
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3.2
For [Name], specify the name to be displayed on the assigned key.
% For [Sort Character], enter the same name as [Name].
1
2
3
% This sets the appropriate index for the name, which you entered into [Name], to [Index]. To change
the setting, tap [Index].
4
While checking the checklist, enter the user ID and password you wrote down.
1
2
3
5
While checking the checklist, enter the host address and file path you wrote down.
% When not specifying a folder, enter a slash "/" for the file path. When specifying a folder, enter only
the folder name without slash "/".
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2
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3
Tap [Close].
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3.2
Sending the original
1
Load the original.
2
Tap [Scan/Fax].
3
Select a destination.
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4
Check the setting if necessary.
% Tap [Check Setting] to check the setting.
% You can also check the setting using the keys displayed on the Touch Panel.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
5
Settings
Description
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to scan one or both sides of the original.
[Resolution]
Specify the scanning resolution.
[Color]
Select whether to scan the original in color or black and white mode.
[File Type]
Select the type of the file to save scanned data.
[Scan Size]
Specify the size of the original to be scanned.
[File Name/Subject
Name/Other]
Change the file name or the subject of an E-mail to be sent.
Press the Start key.
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Scan-to-Send function
3.2
Transmit the scanned data via E-mail (E-mail TX)
Send scanned data as an E-mail attachment.
This function allows you to receive data at an outside location, which is useful when a quick measure is required.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow for sending scanned data. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the network cable. For details, refer to page 3-31.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-31.
3
Configuring the E-mail transmission environment (Administrator)
% Configure a server for E-mail TX. For details, refer to page 3-32.
4
Configuring administrator information (Administrator)
% Register the administrator name and E-mail address used as the sender's address of an E-mail to
be sent. For details, refer to page 3-33.
Operation flow
The following describes a transmission flow. For details, refer to page 3-34.
1
Loading the original
2
Entering a destination
% Enter the destination E-mail address, and check the settings such as the file type and image quality.
3
Press the Start key.
% Press the Start key to scan the original.
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Scan-to-Send function
Checking the cable connection
Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this machine and the green LED is on.
Checking network settings of this machine
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information].
Check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
Tips
-
In general, the default settings are available for network connection; however, some network environments require a change on network settings.
-
If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator
Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
-
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
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3.2
Configuring the E-mail transmission environment
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [E-Mail Settings].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Tap [E-Mail TX (SMTP)].
3
Select [ON] to enable E-mail TX (SMTP) settings and E-mail TX function.
3
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2
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4
Enter the SMTP server address.
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2
Configuring administrator information
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Administrator/Machine Settings] - [Administrator Registration].
2
Enter the required information, then tap [OK].
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2
3
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3.2
Sending the original
1
Load the original.
2
Tap [Scan/Fax].
3
Enter a destination.
2
1
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4
4
Check the setting if necessary.
% Tap [Check Setting] to check the setting.
% You can also check the setting using the keys displayed on the Touch Panel.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
5
Settings
Description
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to scan one or both sides of the original.
[Resolution]
Specify the scanning resolution.
[Color]
Select whether to scan the original in color or black and white mode.
[File Type]
Select the type of the file to save scanned data.
[Scan Size]
Specify the size of the original to be scanned.
[File Name/Subject
Name/Other]
Change the file name or the subject of an E-mail to be sent.
Press the Start key.
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Fax function
3.3
Fax function
3.3.1
Required settings and basic operations
3.3
This section describes the settings required to send and receive a fax via a telephone line as well as the basic
operations.
Tips
-
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To use the Fax function, the optional Hard Disk and Fax Kit
must be installed in this machine.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to send a fax. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the telephone line. For details, refer to page 3-37.
2
Registering transmission information (Administrator)
% Specify the name and fax number to be displayed as a sender when sending a fax from this machine. For details, refer to page 3-37.
3
Selecting the dialing method (Administrator)
% Select the dialing method to suit your environment. For details, refer to page 3-38.
Operation flow
The following describes a flow to send a fax. For details, refer to page 3-39.
1
Loading the original
2
Entering a destination
% Enter the destination fax number, and check the settings such as the image quality.
3
Press the Start key.
% Press the Start key to send the original.
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Fax function
Checking the cable connection
Check that a modular cable is connected to the LINE port of this machine.
TEL
LINE
Registering transmission information
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Fax Settings] - [Header Information].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Enter the sender information, then tap [OK].
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•
Sender settings
Enter the name to be displayed as a sender.
•
3.3
Sender Fax No. Settings
Enter the fax number to be displayed as a sender.
Selecting the dialing method
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1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Fax Settings] - [Line Parameter Setting].
2
Tap [Dialing Method].
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For the push-button type, select [PB], and for the dial-pulse type, select [10pps].
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2
If you do not know the type of the dialing method:
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If you do not know the type of the dialing method, operate push buttons of your phone. When you hear
"beep boop beep", set [Dialing Method] to [PB].
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If you do not hear "beep boop beep" after operating push buttons, select [10pps].
Sending the original
1
Load the original.
2
Tap [Scan/Fax].
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Fax function
3
3.3
Enter a destination.
2
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4
4
Check the setting if necessary.
% Tap [Check Setting] to check the setting.
% You can also check the setting using the keys displayed on the Touch Panel.
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Fax function
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
[Color], [File Type], and [File Name/Subject Name/Other] are not available when sending to a fax number.
5
3.3.2
Settings
Description
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to scan one or both sides of the original.
[Resolution]
Specify the scanning resolution.
[Scan Size]
Specify the size of the original to be scanned.
Press the Start key.
Sending a fax directly from a PC (PC-FAX TX)
You can send a fax to the destination fax machine in the same manner as you print out data created on your
computer.
Advantages to send a fax directly from a computer
-
Realizing paper saving
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Completing fax operations without leaving your desk
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Offering clear images by sending data directly from a computer
Tips
-
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To use this function, the optional Hard Disk and Fax Kit must
be installed in this machine.
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This function is not supported in the Mac operating system.
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3.3
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to send a fax from a computer. For details, refer to the relevant
page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Checking the cable connection (Administrator)
% Check that this machine is correctly connected to the telephone line and network cable. For details,
refer to page 3-42.
2
Checking network settings of this machine (Administrator)
% Check the network settings of this machine. For details, refer to page 3-43.
The network can be used with the default settings unless otherwise requested.
3
Installing the fax driver on your computer
% Install the printer driver on your computer. For details, refer to page 3-44.
Operation flow
The following describes a flow to send a fax. For details, refer to page 3-45.
1
Creating data
% Create data to be sent using application software.
2
Configuring the fax driver
% Select a fax driver, and change the setting if necessary.
3
Entering a destination to send data
% Enter a destination to send data.
Checking the cable connection
1
Check that a modular cable is connected to the LINE port of
this machine.
TEL
LINE
2
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Check that a LAN cable is connected to the LAN port of this
machine and the green LED is on.
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Fax function
Checking network settings of this machine
Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information]. Check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
Tips
-
In general, the default settings are available for network connection; however, some network environments require a change on network settings.
-
If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator
Settings] - [Network Settings] - [TCP/IP Settings]. Configure the required settings to suit your environment. For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
-
For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
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Fax function
3.3
Installing the fax driver
Use the installer to install the fax driver.
This section describes how to configure the standard print settings.
0
This operation requires administrator privileges for your computer.
1
Insert the printer driver DVD-ROM into the DVD-ROM drive of
the computer.
2
Click [Printer Install].
3
Proceed with the procedure according to the on-screen instructions.
Printers and MFPs connected to the network are automatically searched for.
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4
Select this machine from the list.
5
Select a fax driver.
6
Click [Install].
7
Click [Finish].
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Sending data
1
Create data to be sent using application software.
2
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3
Select the fax driver of this machine, and click [Print].
% Clicking [Preferences] can change the setting of the printer driver as required.
% If user authentication is enabled in this machine, specify the required data such as the user name
and password.
4
Enter the destination [Name] and [FAX Number].
% To send data to more than one destination, repeat this step.
% Clicking [Add from Address Book] can retrieve the registered destinations of this machine.
5
Click [OK].
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3.4
Copy function
3.4
Copy function
Basic operations
The following describes the basic operations to make a copy.
1
If user authentication is enabled, the login screen appears. Tap the entry area or keyboard icon to enter
the required information, then tap [Login] or press Access key.
% If IC card or biometric authentication is enabled, refer to page 3-48.
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2
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2
Load the original.
3
Tap [Copy].
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Copy function
4
Check the basic settings.
% Check the output image configured as specified while viewing the output illustrations displayed on
the Touch Panel.
% Tapping [Check Setting] can check detailed settings.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
5
Settings
Description
[Original Type]
Specify the original type of the original.
[Color]
Specify the color to output an image.
[Booklet]
The pages in the original data are arranged and spread in a booklet
format and printed on both sides of sheets.
[Paper]
Specify the output paper.
[Zoom]
Specify the zoom ratio.
[Duplex/Combine]
Specify double-sided copying or combine copying.
[Finishing]
Configure the offset, punch, or staple setting for output paper.
[Density]
Adjust the copy density.
Tap the input area for entering the number of copies.
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3.4
Enter the number of copies using the Keypad, and press the
Start key.
User authentication
You can perform authentication by user or group in this machine.
Installing optional units enables IC card, NFC, or biometric authentication.
If IC card or NFC authentication is enabled, place the IC
card or Android terminal on the card reader of the authentication unit.
If biometric authentication is enabled, put your finger on the
finger vein reader of the authentication unit.
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Registering a destination
3.5
Registering a destination
3.5.1
Registering an address book
3
The fax and scan-to-send functions can register the frequently used destinations as address books. This section explains an example to register an address book to which a fax is sent.
Using the Control Panel to register an address book - Registration from Utility
Select a destination type, and register destination information.
1
Tap [Utility], and select [One-Touch/ User Box Reg.] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Public)].
2
Select the type of the destination you want to register.
3
Tap [New].
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Registering a destination
4
3.5
Enter the destination name you want to register.
% Tap [Name], and enter the destination name using the displayed keyboard.
% For [Sort Character], enter the same name as [Name].
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2
3
% This sets the appropriate index for the name, which you entered into [Name], to [Index]. To change
the setting, tap [Index].
% Entry items and the number of setting screens vary depending on the destination type. Use [ ] or
[ ] to switch setting screens while entering the required items. For information on entry items, refer
to page 3-54.
5
Enter the fax number.
% Tap [Display Keypad] to display the Keypad, and enter the fax number.
2
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3
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Tap [Close].
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Using the Control Panel to register an address book - Registration in
scan/fax mode
Select a destination type, and register destination information.
1
Display the scan/fax screen.
2
Tap [Address Reg.].
3
Tap [Input New Address].
4
Select a destination type.
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Registering a destination
5
3.5
Enter the fax number.
% For [Index], set searching words corresponding to [Name].
% For [Name], enter the destination name to be registered by using the displayed keyboard.
% For [Sort Character], enter the same name as [Name].
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2
3
4
5
% Entry items and the number of setting screens vary depending on the destination type. For information on entry items, refer to page 3-54.
Registration by Direct Input
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The destination entered by using the [Direct Input] button can be registered before sending data as well.
To register the destination, tap [Address Reg.] after entering the destination using direct input, and then
select the destination.
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Registering a destination
What is an index?
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This is used as an index of a registered destination. Tap the Index key to narrow down a target destination.
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If [Favorite] is selected as an index, the destination appears in the basic screen of the transmission
screen after it has been registered in the address book; enabling the user to easily select a destination.
Using a computer to register a one-touch destination
In addition to using the Control Panel, address books can be registered from a computer using the utility
software, Web Connection.
1
Check the IP address of this machine
% Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information]. Check that the IP address is displayed.
•
For IPv4 environment
•
For IPv6 environment
% If no IP address is displayed, you need to configure the network. For details, refer to the User's
Guide DVD.
2
Start a Web browser, enter the IP address of this machine into the URL field, then press the [Enter] key.
% For "http://192.168.1.20/", "192.168.1.20" is an IP address.
% In the IPv6 environment, enclose the IPv6 address in brackets [ ]. For example, if the IPv6 address
of this machine is "fe80::220:6bff:fe10:2f16", type in "http://[fe80::220:6bff:fe10:2f16]/".
% If the login screen appears, enter the required items, then click [Login].
3
Select [Store Address] and click [New Registration].
4
Select the type of the destination you want to register.
5
Enter the required information such as the name, fax number, and index.
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3.5.2
Registering a destination
3.5
Information required to register a destination
The items to be entered or the number of screens required to register a destination vary depending on the
transmission type. This section describes specific information required to register a destination.
Tips
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Setting items that can generally be used with defaults are omitted in this table.
-
The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. To register a User Box destination, the optional Hard Disk
must be installed in this machine. To register a fax destination, the optional Hard Disk and Fax Kit must
be installed in this machine.
Item
[E-Mail]
[User Box]
[Fax]
[PC (SMB)]
[FTP]
[WebDAV]
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Description
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[E-Mail Address]
Enter the E-mail address used as the destination.
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[User Box]
Select a User Box to be used as a destination.
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[Fax Number]
Enter the fax number of the destination.
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[User ID]
Enter the login name of the destination computer.
[Password]
Enter the password required to log in to the computer.
[Host Address]
Enter the computer name or IP address.
[File Path]
Enter the folder name to be used as the destination.
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[Host Address]
Enter the address of the FTP server.
[File Path]
Enter the directory to be used as the destination.
[User ID]
Enter the user ID required to log in with FTP.
[Password]
Enter the password required to log in with FTP.
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination to be registered
as an address book.
[User ID]
Enter the user ID required to log in with WebDAV.
[Password]
Enter the password required to log in with WebDAV.
[Host Address]
Enter the address of the WebDAV server.
[File Path]
Enter the directory to be used as the destination.
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3
Registering a destination
Registering a group
Several address books can be registered as a group.
This function is useful when you have jobs involving sending data to specified members at periodic intervals.
Registering a new group
1
Tap [Utility], and select [One-Touch/ User Box Reg.] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Group].
2
Tap [New].
3
Enter the destination name you want to register.
% Tap [Name], and enter the destination name using the displayed keyboard.
% For [Sort Character], enter the same name as [Name].
1
2
3
% This sets the appropriate index for the name, which you entered into [Name], to [Index]. To change
the setting, tap [Index].
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Registering a destination
4
3.5
Select destinations to be grouped.
Display and select the target address book on the destination selection screen. The following two methods can be used to search for a destination.
% [Index]: Searches for the target destination name using an index.
% [Registration Number]: Searches for the target destination using a registration number.
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Repeat Step 4 until you select all address books to be grouped.
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Registering a destination
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Retrieving a registered destination
Retrieve an address book or group to specify it as a destination to which data is sent.
Retrieving a destination
1
Tap [Scan/Fax].
The destinations, which are categorized into [Favorite] when registering indexes, are displayed on the
basic screen.
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Registering a destination
2
3.5
Narrow down destinations using index and address type.
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2
3
4
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Registering a destination
Specifying a destination
In addition to retrieving a registered destination, a destination can be specified in various methods.
Method
Description
[Direct Input]
Directly enter a destination using the keyboard screen or Keypad.
[Job History]
Specify a target destination in the job history (latest five destinations) on
the scan/fax screen.
[Addr. Search]
Retrieves destination candidates by the prefix search function using the
name (registered destination name) or address (fax number, E-mail address, or computer name). This function is convenient when there are
too many registered destinations.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Using a USB memory device
3.6
Using a USB memory device
3.6.1
Printing data in a USB memory device
3.6
Data saved in the USB memory device can be printed. This function is useful when printing data created on
a computer that is not connected to the network.
Available USB memory device
-
Compatible with USB version 2.0/1.1 interface
-
Formatted in FAT32
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Without security function added, or with security function that can be turned off as required
-
There is no upper limit for the memory size.
Available printing file types
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PDF, Compact PDF, JPEG, TIFF, XPS, Compact XPS, OOXML (.docx/.xlsx/.pptx), and PPML
(.ppml/.vdx/.zip)
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Other file types are not supported on this machine.
Printing data
1
Connect a USB memory device to this machine.
NOTICE
Do not use a USB device other than a flash-memory device.
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Tap [Print a document from External Memory.].
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Using a USB memory device
3
Select data to be printed, and tap [Print].
1
2
4
3
4
Check print settings.
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Using a USB memory device
5
3.6
Press the Start key.
NOTICE
Do not disconnect the USB memory device during data printing.
3.6.2
Saving the scanned data in the USB memory device (External memory)
The data scanned on this machine can be saved to the USB memory device, so it is convenient when printing
data created on a computer that is not connected to the network.
Available USB memory device
-
Compatible with USB version 2.0/1.1 interface
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Formatted in FAT32
-
Without security function added, or with security function that can be turned off as required
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There is no upper limit for the memory size.
Specifying functions to be permitted for external memory
Change the settings to save documents in the USB memory device.
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [User Box Settings].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
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Using a USB memory device
2
Tap [External Memory Functional Settings].
3
Select [Save Document] and [ON]. Tap [OK].
1
2
3
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3.6
Saving data in the USB memory device
1
Load the original.
2
Connect a USB memory device to this machine.
NOTICE
Do not use a USB device other than a flash-memory device.
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Tap [Save a document to External Memory.].
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4
Check the file name.
5
If necessary, check the setting to save data.
% Tap [Check Setting] to check the setting.
% To change a file name, tap the file name or keyboard icon.
% You can also check the setting using the keys displayed on the Touch Panel.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
Settings
Description
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to scan one or both sides of the original.
[Resolution]
Specify the scanning resolution.
[Color]
Select whether to scan the original in color or black and white mode.
[File Type]
Select the type of the file to save scanned data.
[Scan Size]
Specify the size of the original to be scanned.
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Press the Start key.
NOTICE
Do not disconnect the USB memory device during data saving.
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Using the guidance function
3.7
Using the guidance function
3.7.1
Guidance screen
3
This machine provides the guidance function to display the description of a function on the screen and view
an operation procedure with moving images.
If you have any questions during operation, try to use this guidance function.
Getting help on the currently displayed screen:
Select [Function] on the Help Menu to display the guidance screen.
1
Press the Guidance key (default: Register key 2).
2
Select a menu.
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Narrow down the information you want to know.
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Name
Description
[Exit]
Returns to the screen that is displayed before the guidance screen.
[To Menu]
Returns to the Help Menu.
[Close]
Returns to the preceding screen.
Getting help on the desired function or procedure:
Open the Help Menu, and select a menu depending on an objective to display the guidance screen.
1
Press the Guidance key (default: Register key 2).
2
Select a menu.
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Narrow down the information you want to know.
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Tapping [Go to function] opens the setting screen of a target function, enabling you to configure the
settings immediately.
Help Menu list
The Help Menu provides the following information:
Name
Description
[Function]
Tap this button to display the guidance menu that has been sorted according to the function names to be displayed on the screen.
[Search by Operation]
Tap this button to display operation examples and explanations of this
machine sorted by function.
[Other Functions]
Tap this button to display the guidance menu of the functions and settings that make it easier to use this machine.
[Name and Function of Parts]
Tap this button to check the name or function of each part of this machine.
[Service/Admin. Information]
Tap this button to display the service or administrator information, administrator name, extension number, and E-mail address.
[Consumables Replace/ Processing Procedure]
Tap this button to check the consumables replacement or punch scrapping procedure.
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Using the [Quick Security] function
3.8
Using the [Quick Security] function
3.8.1
[Quick Security]
3.8
[Quick Security] allows you to configure the settings for enhancing the security level of this machine. In order
to use this machine securely, we recommend that you use the [Quick Security] function to configure the settings.
Required settings
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Security Settings] - [Forward] - [Quick Security Setting].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
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Configure a setting for each option.
Settings
Description
[Administrator Password]
Change the administrator password of this machine.
[Password Rules]
Configure whether to enable the password rules. Once you enable
them, the number of characters and text types that are available for
passwords is restricted.
[Quick IP Filtering]
Allows you to restrict the devices that can access this machine using
the IP address (IPv4/IPv6). The range of IP addresses for which access is to be restricted is specified automatically.
[Web Setting]
Select whether to use Web Connection.
[Security Warning Display
Setting]
Select whether to display the security warning screen if the administrator password remains set to the default or if password rules are
not satisfied.
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3
% When [Security Warning Display Setting] is set to [Display], the following security warning screen
appears if the administrator password remains set to the default or if password rules are not satisfied. Tap [Set Now] to configure the [Quick Security] function.
Tips
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You can specify whether to display the [Quick Security] key on the main menu. This key is not displayed
in the default state. To display the key, tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [Custom Display Settings] - [Main Menu Default Settings] - [Main Menu Key].
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For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Advanced Functions
4.1
4
Using advanced functions
4
Advanced Functions
4.1
Using advanced functions
4.1.1
What are advanced functions?
Various functions for further enhancement of the MFP operability are expressed as advanced functions in this
manual.
This machine provides the following advanced functions.
Tips
-
To use an advanced function, you need to register i-Option or associate with the My Panel Manager
application.
Name
Description
PDF processing
You can configure the required settings when converting scanned data to
a PDF file.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-102 v3 or i-Option
LK-110 v2.
Searchable PDF
You can convert the scanned data to a searchable PDF file.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-105 v4 or i-Option
LK-110 v2.
File Type Extension
Supports functions such as a function that converts a file into a DOCX or
XLSX type, a function that generates highly-functional and high quality data, and the E-mail RX Print function.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-110 v2.
ThinPrint
Allows you to use this machine as ThinPrint Client (.print Client) when ThinPrint is enabled.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-111.
TPM
You can use the Trusted Platform Module to enhance security by encrypting confidential information such as certificates and passwords of this machine.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-115 v2.
Universal Printing
Allows you to execute print jobs, which were stored on a device from your
computer, from any device in the same universal print group.
• This requires the registration of i-Option LK-114.
My Panel
You can customize the Control Panel display of this machine for each user.
• This requires the association with My Panel Manager.
My Address
You can use the address book for personal use (My Address Book).
• This requires the association with My Panel Manager.
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4.1
In addition, this machine supports advanced functions such as the barcode font, unicode font, and OCR font.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
4.1.2
Association with application
To use the My Panel or My Address function, you need to purchase My Panel Manager and enable the target
function in the application side.
For details on how to enable such a function, refer to the My Panel Manager User's Guide.
Tips
4.1.3
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The optional Extension Memory is required to use the My Address function.
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The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. When installing the optional Extension Memory, the optional Hard Disk must also be installed in this machine.
Registering the i-Option license
To add an optional function to this machine, you need to purchase i-Option and register its license.
Tips
-
Check that this machine can be connected to the Internet.
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The optional Extension Memory is required to use i-Option LK-102 v3/LK-105 v4/LK-106/
LK-107/LK-108/LK-110 v2/LK-114.
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i-Option LK-110 v2 includes the function licenses for i-Option LK-102 v3 and i-Option LK-105 v4. If
you purchase i-Option LK-110 v2, you do not need to purchase i-Option LK-102 v3 or i-Option
LK-105 v4.
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The Hard Disk is optional in some areas. When installing the optional Extension Memory, the optional Hard Disk must also be installed in this machine.
For details on how to purchase or install an optional unit, contact your service representative.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to use advanced functions. For details, refer to the relevant page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Enabling the i-Option function (Administrator)
% Enable the i-Option function on this machine. For details, refer to page 4-5.
% If you cannot enable the function above, proceed to steps 2 and 3.
2
Registering the i-Option license (Administrator)
% Register the license on a dedicated Web site. For details, refer to page 4-6.
3
Enabling the i-Option function using the license (Administrator)
% Enter the license code to enable the function. For details, refer to page 4-9.
4
Configuring each function (Administrator)
% Configure the required settings for each advanced function. For details, refer to page 4-10.
dReference
For details on the procedure, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Enabling the i-Option function
1
Prepare at hand the token certificate supplied with i-Option.
2
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Forward] - [License Settings] - [Install License] [Token Code].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
3
Enter the token number shown in the token certificate.
1
2
4
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
1
2
This machine is connected to the Internet to communicate with the License Management Server (LMS),
and it restarts automatically.
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Tips
-
When enabling the i-Option function via the Internet, connect this machine to the License Management
Server (LMS) through the proxy server used for remote diagnosis. For details on configuring the proxy
server used for remote diagnosis, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
Registering the i-Option license
Register the request code and the contents of the token certificate on the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS).
This procedure is available when this machine cannot be connected to the Internet.
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Forward] - [License Settings] - [Get Request Code].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Tap [Yes] and [OK].
1
2
3
Tapping [Print] prints the serial number and request code.
% Prepare at hand the printed serial number, request code, and token certificate supplied with i-Option.
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Access the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS). Enter the [MFP Serial Number] and [Request Code], then click [Next].
% The URL is https://licensemanage.com/index.aspx.
1
2
5
Enter the [Token Number], select the option you want to register from the [Product Description] list, then
click [Next].
1
2
6
Confirm the registration contents, then click [Generate License Code].
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4.1
The license code and function code are issued.
Tips
4-8
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The issued license code and function code are required to enable i-Option. You should write them
down on a memo pad or print them out on paper by clicking [Print].
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You could also store them in your USB memory device. The license code input could be omitted by
using a USB memory device to achieve a convenient operation.
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When using a USB memory device, insert the USB memory device and click [Download] to store the
license code.
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Using advanced functions
Enabling the i-Option function using the license
Register the license and function codes in this machine.
This procedure is available when this machine cannot be connected to the Internet.
By inputting the codes
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Forward] - [License Settings] - [Install License] [Function/Licence Code].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Enter the license and function codes you wrote down.
1
2
3
3
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
1
2
This machine restarts automatically.
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Using advanced functions
4.1
By using a USB memory device
1
Connect the USB memory device stored with the license
code.
2
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Forward] - [License Settings] - [Install License from
Ext. Memory].
3
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
1
2
This machine restarts automatically.
Configuring each function
Configure the required settings for each advanced function.
dReference
For details on the required setting items for each advanced function, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Using the Web browser function
4.2
Using the Web browser function
4.2.1
Required settings and procedures
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The Web browser can be used on the Touch Panel of this machine.
This section describes how to display and print a Web page on the Touch Panel of this machine.
Tips
-
Check that this machine can be connected to the Internet.
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To use the Web browser, administrator settings are required in advance.
Preparation flow
The following describes a preparation flow to use the Web browser function. For details, refer to the relevant
page.
This preparation is not required the second time or subsequent times.
1
Enabling the Web browser function (Administrator)
% Enable the Web browser function on this machine. For details, refer to page 4-12.
% If you cannot enable the Web browser above, proceed to steps 2 and 3.
2
Registering the license (Administrator)
% Register the license on a dedicated Web site. For details, refer to page 4-13.
3
Enabling the Web browser using the license (Administrator)
% Enter the license code to enable the function. For details, refer to page 4-15.
Operation flow
The following describes an operation flow. For details, refer to the relevant page.
1
Starting the Web browser
% For details, refer to page 4-19.
2
Displaying Web pages
% For details, refer to page 4-19.
3
Printing the currently displayed page or the linked file
% For details, refer to page 4-20.
dReference
For details, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Using the Web browser function
4.2
Enabling the Web browser function
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Forward] (twice) - [Web Browser
Settings] - [Web Browser Usage Settings].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Select [ON], then tap [OK].
1
2
This machine is connected to the Internet to communicate with the License Management Server (LMS),
and it restarts automatically.
Tips
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When enabling the Web browser function via the Internet, connect this machine to the License Management Server (LMS) through the proxy server used for remote diagnosis. For details on configuring
the proxy server used for remote diagnosis, refer to the User's Guide DVD.
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Using the Web browser function
Registering the license
Register the serial number of this machine on the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS).
This procedure is available when this machine cannot be connected to the Internet.
1
Display the serial number of this machine. Tap [Utility], and select [Device Information].
2
Write down the serial number of this machine.
3
Access the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS). Enter the [MFP Serial Number], then
click [Next].
% The URL is https://licensemanage.com/activate.
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Check the message, then click [OK].
5
The license code is issued.
4.2
Tips
4-14
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The issued license code is required to enable Web browser function. You should write them down on
a memo pad or print them out on paper by clicking [Print].
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You could also store them in your USB memory device. The license code input could be omitted by
using a USB memory device to achieve a convenient operation.
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When using a USB memory device, insert the USB memory device and click [Download] to store the
license code.
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Using the Web browser function
Enabling the Web browser using the license
Register the license code in this machine.
This procedure is available when this machine cannot be connected to the Internet.
By inputting the codes
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Forward] (twice) - [Web Browser
Settings] - [Web Browser Usage Settings].
% For information on the default administrator password, refer to the User’s Guide CD/DVD.
2
Select [ON], then tap [OK].
1
2
3
When the screen shown below appears, tap [Function/License Code].
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4.2
Enter the license code you wrote down.
1
2
5
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
1
2
This machine restarts automatically.
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Using the Web browser function
By using a USB memory device
1
Tap [Utility], and select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Forward] (twice) - [Web Browser
Settings] - [Web Browser Usage Settings].
2
Select [ON], then tap [OK].
1
2
3
Wait a few moments until the screen shown below appears.
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4
Connect the USB memory device stored with the license
code.
5
Select [Install License from Ext. Memory].
6
Select [Yes] , then tap [OK].
4.2
1
2
This machine restarts automatically.
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Starting the Web browser
%
Tap [Web Browser].
The Web browser starts.
Tips
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The pre-specified home page appears.
Displaying Web pages
1
Tap the URL display area.
2
Enter the URL of a desired page, then tap [OK].
The target page appears.
Tips
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Selecting [Menu] - [Display] allows you to zoom in and out from a page or change the character code.
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Selecting [Menu] - [Tab] allows you to open a new tab and display a different page.
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Printing the currently displayed page or the linked file
For the currently displayed page
1
Tap [Print].
2
Specify the output paper.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
3
Settings
Description
[Color]
Select whether to print in color or black and white mode.
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to print one side or both sides of sheets of paper.
To specify 2-sided printing, select the binding position.
[Finishing]
Configure the offset, punch, or staple setting for output paper.
Press the Start key.
For the linked file
This machine allows you to print a PDF file, XPS file, OOXML file, PPML file, or TIFF file.
1
Select a link to the printed file.
2
Tap [Print].
% When linking to a PDF file, you can tap [View] to check its contents before printing the file.
3
Specify the output paper.
% To change the setting, tap the desired key on the Touch Panel.
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Settings
Description
[Color]
Select whether to print in color or black and white mode.
[Simplex/Duplex]
Select whether to print one side or both sides of sheets of paper.
To specify 2-sided printing, select the binding position.
[Finishing]
Configure the offset, punch, or staple setting for output paper.
Press the Start key.
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Troubleshooting
5.1
Main messages and remedies
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Troubleshooting
5.1
Main messages and remedies
5.1.1
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
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A message appears indicating the time(s) that expiring consumables used in this machine should be replaced. Also, a message appears when the Slit Scan Glass is dirty.
Replace consumables mentioned in the displayed message or clean the Slit Scan Glass.
A message recommending that parts be replaced indicates that certain consumables are running out. Although you can still continue to print for a while after the message is displayed, it is advisable to promptly
prepare replacement consumables.
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For Toner Cartridge: [Toner is low. Replace when indicated.] appears, followed by [Replace Toner Cartridge.]. Replace the Toner Cartridge based on the maintenance contract.
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For Drum Unit: When the message [The Drum Unit needs to be replaced.] appears, replace it based on
the maintenance contract.
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For Developing Unit or Imaging Unit: When the message [The Developing Unit needs to be replaced.]
or [The Imaging Unit needs to be replaced.] appears, contact your service representative.
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For Waste Toner Box: When the message [Waste Toner Box needs to be replaced.] appears, replace
it based on the maintenance contract.
Contact your service representative if the messages continue to appear even after replacement or cleaning
has been carried out.
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Main messages and remedies
5.1
When a paper jam message persists
There may be a paper jam occurring in sections other than those indicated on the Touch Panel. Check the
sections again not shown on the Touch Panel.
Check the following items:
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Check for any pieces of paper left in the back of the section indicated on the Touch Panel. If the paper
cannot be easily removed, do not continue; instead contact your service representative.
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Once again, open and close the door at the section with the location number indicated on the Touch
Panel. This action may clear the message.
Contact your service representative if the paper jam indication persists even after you have checked.
5.1.3
When an error message appears
When an error is detected, the following message appears. Take the appropriate action according to the
message displayed on the screen. If you cannot resolve the error, write down the [Trouble Code], and contact
your service representative with the power plug disconnected from the power outlet.
In normal circumstances, the phone number and fax number for your service representative appear in the
center of the screen.
NOTICE
If a defective part can be separated in order to be able to continue operations after a problem has been detected, [Continue] or [Recover Data] is displayed. To continue operations, select any key. However, the problem has not been resolved, so contact your service representative immediately.
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Main messages and remedies
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When [Stabilizing image.] appears
This automatically performs a function to adjust printing quality in order to maintain a certain level of color
reproduction quality. This "printing quality adjustment" is referred to as "image stabilization".
Image stabilization is performed while a large number of copies are being output or the temperature or humidity inside the machine has changed.
Upon completion of image stabilization, printing is automatically resumed. Wait for a moment.
In case image stabilization does not finish after a short while, contact your service representative.
NOTICE
You cannot interrupt or prohibit image stabilization.
dReference
To perform image stabilization on a voluntary basis, refer to the User’s Guide DVD.
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5.2
When printing quality has deteriorated
5.2
When printing quality has deteriorated
5.2.1
Cleaning the Print Head Glass
Printing quality deteriorates if the Print Head Glass is dirty. If this occurs, clean the Print Head Glass according to the following procedure.
1
Open the Front Door of the machine.
2
Release the Waste Toner Box Lock Lever, then remove the
Waste Toner Box.
3
Remove the Printhead Cleaner from the Front Door of this
machine.
2
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4
5
Slowly insert the Printhead Cleaner all the way to the back
end of the Print Head Glass section, and then slowly pull it
out.
% Repeat this operation approximately three times for all of
the Print Head Glass sections.
5
Mount the Printhead Cleaner onto the Front Door of this machine.
6
Install the Waste Toner Box.
7
Close the Front Door of the machine.
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5.3
When the machine cannot be powered on
5.3
When the machine cannot be powered on
This machine has two power sources. Check the Main Power Switch and the Power key for the status.
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Check whether the power plug of this machine is firmly plugged into the power outlet. Also check that
the breaker has not tripped.
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Check to see that the Main Power Switch and the Power key are turned ON.
In case the machine cannot be powered on even after checking, contact your service representative.
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5.4
When the Touch Panel is not visible
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When the Touch Panel is not visible
If a certain length of time has elapsed without any operations being carried out on this machine, the Touch
Panel may turn off.
Check the following items:
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Tap [Accessibility] and select [Brightness Adjustment], and select [Low] or [High] to adjust the contrast
for the Touch Panel.
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Touch the Touch Panel. In Power Save (Low Power/Sleep) mode, this machine returns from Power
Save mode when the Touch Panel is touched or a key on the Control Panel is pressed, and the Touch
Panel appears normally.
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On the Control Panel, press the Power key. If the Weekly Timer setting has put the machine in Erp
Auto Power OFF mode, press the Power key to display the Touch Panel. To use it outside the preset
operating hours, follow the on-screen instructions.
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Check to see that the Main Power Switch and the Power key are turned ON.
In case the Touch Panel does not appear even after checking it, contact your service representative.
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5.5
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
5.5
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out
cleaning
When staples in the finisher have run out
When staples in the Finisher have run out, a message appears to prompt you to make replenish them.
Take action while referring to the label inside the machine.
When the punch scrap box is full
When the punch scrap box is full, a message appears to prompt you to dispose of the punch scraps (at replacement by user).
Take action while referring to the label inside the machine.
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When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
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When toner is running out in the Toner Cartridge
When it is almost time to replace a Toner Cartridge, an advanced warning message appears. Prepare a replacement Toner Cartridge based on the maintenance contract.
When it is time to replace a Toner Cartridge
When it is time to replace a Toner Cartridge, a replacement prompt message appears. Replace it based on
the maintenance contract. Tap [Start Guidance] to display the replacement procedure on the screen and
check it.
Tips
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Do not replace a Toner Cartridge of a color that is not displayed.
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When it is time to replace a Toner Cartridge of a color other than black, printing can be forcibly continued using black. Tap [Continue], and then select a desired print job.
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When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
5.5
When it is time to replace a Drum Unit
When it is time to replace a Drum Unit, a replacement prompt message appears. Replace it based on the
maintenance contract. Tap [Start Guidance] to display the replacement procedure on the screen and check it.
NOTICE
A Drum Unit must not be replaced before the relevant message appears.
Tips
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By the factory default status, this message is displayed only in some area.
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The settings by the service representative are required to display a message about Drum Unit. For details, contact your service representative.
When it is time to replace a Developing Unit
When it is time to replace a Developing Unit, a message appears to prompt you to contact your service representative. If the message appears, contact your service representative.
Tips
5-12
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By the factory default status, this message is displayed only in some area.
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The settings by the service representative are required to display a message about Developing Unit.
For details, contact your service representative.
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When it is time to replace an Imaging Unit
When it is time to replace an Imaging Unit, a message appears to prompt you to contact your service representative. If the message appears, contact your service representative.
Tips
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By the factory default status, this message is displayed only in some area.
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The settings by the service representative are required to display a message about Imaging Unit. For
details, contact your service representative.
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When it is time to replace an Imaging Unit, printing can be forcibly continued using black. Tap [Continue], and then select a desired print job.
When a Waste Toner Box is full
When the Waste Toner Box is full, a message appears to prompt you to replace it (at replacement by user).
Tap [Start Guidance], then follow the displayed guidance to take an action.
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5.5.1
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
5.5
Replacing a Toner Cartridge
The following example shows how to replace a Yellow Toner Cartridge.
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3
2
Tips
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Shake a new Toner Cartridge well, approximately 5 to 10 times, before installing it.
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If a Toner Cartridge other than for black is empty, printing can be continued forcibly using black. Tap
[Continue], and then select a desired print job.
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Do not forcedly open or disassemble a Toner Cartridge (toner container).
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Do not forcedly remove or dispose of toner that remains in a Toner Cartridge (toner container).
NOTICE
Install a Toner Cartridge for each label color. If you try to forcibly install a Toner Cartridge in the incorrect
position, it may result in a failure.
7WARNING
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Do not throw toner or a container that contains toner (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) into an
open flame. The hot toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage.
7CAUTION
5-14
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Do not leave toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) within easy reach of children.
Licking any of these parts or ingesting toner could damage your health.
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Do not store toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) near devices susceptible to
magnetism, such as precision equipment and data storage devices, otherwise they may malfunction.
They could cause these products to malfunction.
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Do not force open the toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit). If toner tumbles
from the toner bottle, take utmost care to avoid inhaling it or even getting skin contact.
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If toner lands on your skin or clothing, wash thoroughly with soap and water.
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If you inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle with a lot of water repeatedly. Should you
get symptoms such as coughing, seek medical advice.
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If you get toner into your eyes, immediately rinse them with running water for over 15 minutes. Seek
medical advice if irritation persists.
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If you swallow toner, rinse out your mouth and drink a few glasses of water. Seek medical advice if necessary.
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5.5.2
5
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
Replacing a Waste Toner Box
New waste toner box
Used
waste toner box
Tips
-
Your service representative will collect your used Waste Toner Box. Place a cap on it, put it in a plastic
bag, and store it in a box.
7WARNING
-
Do not throw toner or a container that contains toner (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) into an
open flame. The hot toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage.
7CAUTION
-
Do not leave toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) within easy reach of children.
Licking any of these parts or ingesting toner could damage your health.
-
Do not store toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit) near devices susceptible to
magnetism, such as precision equipment and data storage devices, otherwise they may malfunction.
They could cause these products to malfunction.
-
Do not force open the toner-related parts (e.g., toner cartridge and developing unit). If toner tumbles
from the toner bottle, take utmost care to avoid inhaling it or even getting skin contact.
-
If toner lands on your skin or clothing, wash thoroughly with soap and water.
-
If you inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle with a lot of water repeatedly. Should you
get symptoms such as coughing, seek medical advice.
-
If you get toner into your eyes, immediately rinse them with running water for over 15 minutes. Seek
medical advice if irritation persists.
-
If you swallow toner, rinse out your mouth and drink a few glasses of water. Seek medical advice if necessary.
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5.5.3
When a message appears to replace consumables or carry out cleaning
5.5
Replacing a Drum Unit
The Drum Unit only for black is targeted for replacement.
Unpacking the drum unit
Tips
5-16
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Your service representative will collect your used Drum Unit. Put it in a black plastic bag and store it
in a box by itself.
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A Drum Unit may be damaged due to exposure to light. Do not take a Drum Unit out of a black plastic
bag until just before it is to installed.
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After replacing a Drum Unit, be sure to clean the Print Head Glass for each color. For details on how
to clean the Print Head Glass, refer to page 5-6.
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Index
A
Q
Address Book 3-49
Advanced Functions 4-3
Quick Security 3-72
C
Request Code 4-6
Control Panel 2-21
Copy function 3-46
S
R
F
Safety information 1-6
Saving the scanned data 3-62
Search 3-57
Sender Fax No. Settings 3-38
Sender settings 3-38
Sleep mode 2-20
Slide Menu 2-25
SMB Send 3-13, 3-21
Sub Power OFF 2-19
Fax TX 3-36
T
G
Token Certificate 4-5
Touch Panel 2-23, 2-26
D
Dialing Method 3-38
E
E-mail TX 3-30
Entering Characters 2-30
ErP Auto Power OFF 2-20
Group 3-55
Guidance function 3-67
U
I
User authentication 3-48
Installing the fax driver 3-44
Installing the printer driver 3-5, 3-9
i-Option 4-4
W
J
Job 2-31
Web Browser 4-11
X
XPS 3-6
K
Keypad 2-29
L
License Management Server (LMS) 4-6, 4-13
Loading Paper 2-33, 2-34, 2-35
Low Power mode 2-20
M
Main Menu 2-23
MFP 2-12
Multi-job 2-32
O
Options 2-8, 2-14
P
PC-Fax TX 3-41
PCL 3-6
Power Save mode 2-20
Print Function 3-3, 3-6
Printing from a USB memory device 3-60
PS 3-6
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