DocuPrint C2535 A
User Guide
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satisfies the requirements for International Energy Star Program standards.
Fuji Xerox shares the global concern about environmental conservation and has integrated that concern
in its business activities—from research and development to disposal. We have implemented a number
of programs to lessen the burden on the environment. For example, we have totally eliminated ozonedepleting chlorofluorocarbons from our manufacturing facilities.
We are committed to leadership in the conservation of resources by reusing and recycling post-consumer
waste material such as paper, cartridges, and parts from our customer’s copiers and printers. Along with
our efforts to make environmental values a part of the Fuji Xerox culture, DocuPrint C2535 A adopts
recycled components that satisfy our strict quality standards.
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documents of similar nature, regardless of whether they will be used.
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Preface
Thank you for choosing this printer. This is a guide on operating this printer and the
important points to note. To understand the features fully and to use the machine correctly
and effectively, please read this guide before using it.
Keep this guide handy for a quick reference on using the machine. The illustrations used in
this guide are based on DocuPrint C2535 A.
This guide is written with the assumption that you are familiar with the basic knowledge and
way of operating your computer environment and the network environment.
In this manual, safety instructions are marked with the symbol
procedures and make sure you follow them.
. Always read these before performing
This is a class 1 laser product, and does not emit dangerous laser radiation. This equipment should be
operated in accordance with this manual in order to avoid injury or damage.
Preface
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Types of Manuals
Setup Guide
Explains the way of installation of this printer.
Quick Reference Guide
Explains the way of setting, loading paper, and troubleshooting of this
printer.
For more information, refer to “Contents of the Quick Reference Guide
(Reference)”
User Guide (PDF)
(This manual)
Explains printer settings, and describes control panel menu items and
daily care in detail.
This PDF file is included in the CD-ROM bundled with this printer.
Manual in the CD-ROM of the
CentreWare (HTML)
Explains how to set the printer environment and how to install the
printer driver and our company software.
The Online Help for the
CentreWare Internet Services
Explains how to set the items and features of CentreWare Internet
Services.
The Online Help for the printer
driver
Explains how to set the items and features of the printer driver.
Installation Guide
Explains the installation procedure of each optional accessory.
Note
• Adobe Acrobat Reader needs to be installed to display PDF files. Install the Acrobat Reader using the
CD-ROM of the CentreWare first if it is not already installed.
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Types of Manuals
How to Use This Manual
Manual Overview
This is a brief introduction to the manual.
The sections of this manual are classed according to the following conventions:
1 Basic Operations
This chapter explains the parts’ names and their functions and basic
operations.
2 Printing
This chapter explains basic printing operations, how to cancel printing,
and how to print on the special media or custom size paper.
3 About Paper
This chapter explains compatible paper and how to load paper into the
printer.
4 Setting on the Control Panel
This chapter explains items that can be set on the control panel and
the setting procedure.
5 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains procedures for dealing with paper jams or error
messages.
Also, this chapter describes solutions to any problems that might occur
when using the printer.
6 Daily Care
This chapter explains any necessary maintenance procedures, such
as replacing consumables, cleaning, and moving the printer.
Also, this chapter explains how to check the printer status on the
computer and about the tool to set the printer settings on a computer.
A Appendix
This chapter provides information about the consumables and options
used with the printer, lifespan of the consumables, and also describes
how to get the product information.
Conventions
1.
In this guide, “computer” refers to both the personal computer and workstation.
2.
The following icons are used in this guide:
3.
Important
Indicates important information which you should read.
Note
Indicates additional information on operations or features.
Refer to
Indicates reference sources.
The following conventions are used in this guide:
Refer to “xxx”
: The cross-reference is within this guide.
Refer to xxx
: The cross-reference is not within this guide.
[
]
: Indicates items displayed on the computer and the printer control
panel. Also indicates the title of printed reports/lists from the
printer.
<
>
: Indicates items such as hard buttons and indicators on the
keyboard and printer.
How to Use This Manual
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Contents
Preface.............................................................................................................. 3
Types of Manuals.............................................................................................. 4
How to Use This Manual................................................................................... 5
Contents............................................................................................................ 6
Contents of the Quick Reference Guide (Reference) ....................................... 9
The Objective of the International Energy Star Program ................................ 10
Illegal Copies and Printouts ............................................................................ 11
1
Basic Operations ...................................................................................... 12
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
Printing ..................................................................................................... 20
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
3
Contents
Printing From the Computer .................................................................................. 20
Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies.................................................................. 21
Loading Envelopes/Transparencies ......................................................................21
Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies ..................................................................22
Printing on Custom Size Paper/Long Paper.......................................................... 24
Setting Custom Paper Sizes ..................................................................................24
Printing on Custom Size Paper .............................................................................26
Printing Confidential Document - Secure Print ...................................................... 27
About Secure Print ................................................................................................27
Configuring Secure Print .......................................................................................27
Print After Checking Printing Result - Sample Print .............................................. 30
About Sample Print ................................................................................................30
Configuring Sample Print .......................................................................................30
Print at a Specified Time - Delayed Print............................................................... 32
Registering Delayed Print ......................................................................................33
Canceling Delayed Print ........................................................................................34
Printing From Web Browser .................................................................................. 34
Printing via E-mail - E-mail Printing ....................................................................... 36
Environment Settings for E-mail Printing ...............................................................36
Sending E-mails ....................................................................................................39
Receiving and Printing E-mails ..............................................................................39
Points to Note When Sending E-mails ..................................................................40
About Paper ............................................................................................. 41
3.1
6
Main Components and Their Functions................................................................. 12
Main Body ..............................................................................................................12
Control Panel .........................................................................................................14
Display ...................................................................................................................15
Switching On and Off the Printer ........................................................................... 16
Switching On the Power ........................................................................................16
Switching Off the Power ........................................................................................16
Power Saver Modes .............................................................................................. 17
Canceling/Checking Printing ................................................................................. 18
Canceling Printing .................................................................................................18
Checking Status of Print Data ...............................................................................18
Displaying Optional Accessory Configuration and Paper Tray Settings................ 19
About Paper........................................................................................................... 41
Usable Paper .........................................................................................................41
3.2
3.3
4
Setting on the Control Panel .................................................................... 52
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
Overview of the Common Menu ............................................................................ 52
Menu Configuration ...............................................................................................52
Changing Menu Settings .......................................................................................53
Description of Menu Items..................................................................................... 55
Tray Settings .........................................................................................................55
Report/List .............................................................................................................56
Meter .....................................................................................................................56
Admin Menu ..........................................................................................................57
Menu List ............................................................................................................... 63
Troubleshooting........................................................................................ 66
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6
Paper That Can Be Set To the Trays ....................................................................44
Unusable Paper .....................................................................................................45
Storing and Handling Paper ..................................................................................46
Loading Paper ....................................................................................................... 47
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray ...........................................................................47
Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray ........................................................................48
Loading Envelopes in the Bypass Tray .................................................................50
Setting Paper Types .............................................................................................. 50
Setting Paper Trays ...............................................................................................50
When Paper Jams ................................................................................................. 66
Power Problems .................................................................................................... 74
Print Quality Problems........................................................................................... 77
Paper Transport Problems .................................................................................... 80
Other Problems ..................................................................................................... 80
Error Messages ..................................................................................................... 81
Messages About Consumables .............................................................................81
Messages About the Printer and Other Items (In Alphabetical Order) ..................82
List of Error Codes................................................................................................. 84
Network Related Troubles ..................................................................................... 85
When Using CentreWare Internet Services ...........................................................85
Mail Related Troubles............................................................................................ 86
Daily Care................................................................................................. 87
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Replacing Consumables........................................................................................ 87
Recycling Used Consumables ...............................................................................87
Replacing the Toner Cartridges .............................................................................87
Replacing the Drum Cartridge ...............................................................................90
Replacing the Transfer Roll ...................................................................................93
Printing Reports/Lists ............................................................................................ 95
Types of Reports/Lists ...........................................................................................95
Printing Reports/Lists ............................................................................................95
Checking / Managing the Printer Status on a Web Browser ................................. 96
Settings for CentreWare Internet Services ............................................................96
Procedure ..............................................................................................................97
IP Filter Feature via IP Address List ......................................................................99
Checking Printer Status via Status Monitor ......................................................... 101
Checking Printer Status via E-mail ...................................................................... 102
About Mail Notice Service ...................................................................................102
Settings for StatusMessenger Feature ................................................................102
Checking Printed Pages ...................................................................................... 105
Checking Total Printed Pages on Meter ..............................................................105
Contents
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6.7
6.8
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Checking Total Printed Pages on Print Meter Report ..........................................105
Cleaning the Printer............................................................................................. 106
Cleaning the Density Sensor ...............................................................................106
Cleaning the Drum Cartridge ...............................................................................108
When Moving the Printer ..................................................................................... 110
Appendix ................................................................................................ 113
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
Specifications ...................................................................................................... 113
Product Specifications .........................................................................................113
Printable Area ......................................................................................................115
Optional Accessories and Consumables............................................................. 116
Optional Accessories ...........................................................................................116
Consumables .......................................................................................................117
Life of Consumables and Regular Replacement Parts........................................ 118
How to Obtain Product Information ..................................................................... 119
Latest Printer Driver .............................................................................................119
Upgrading the Firmware Version of This Printer .................................................119
Glossary .............................................................................................................. 120
Index ............................................................................................................. 124
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Contents
Contents of the Quick Reference Guide (Reference)
Preface
Features in Brief
Types of Manuals
Conventions
Contents
Contents of the User Guide (Reference)
Safety Notes
1
Adjusting Color Registration............................................................... SQ-12
Printing the Color Registration Correction Chart
Determining Values
Entering Values
2
Setting the Printer Environment ......................................................... SQ-13
Supported Environment
Setting IP Address
Setting Printer Configurations via CentreWare Internet Services
Installing the Printer Driver
3
Basic Operations ................................................................................ SQ-29
Printing From the Computer
Switching On and Off the Power
Power Saver Modes
Canceling Printing
4
About Paper ....................................................................................... SQ-31
About Paper
Loading Paper
5
List of Menu Items on the Control Panel ............................................ SQ-39
6
Troubleshooting.................................................................................. SQ-42
When Paper Jams
Power Problems
Print Quality Problems
Paper Transport Problems
Other Problems
Error Messages
List of Error Codes
A
Appendix ............................................................................................ SQ-60
Optional Accessories and Consumables
Life of Consumables
How to Obtain Product Information
Index
Contents of the Quick Reference Guide (Reference)
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The Objective of the International Energy
Star Program
To protect the global environment and conserve energy sources, the International Energy
Star Program encourages the following product features. Fuji Xerox confirms DocuPrint
C2535 A satisfies the requirements for this program.
Power Saver Mode Feature
This product has a power-saving feature, which switches the machine to the power saver
mode automatically if the machine is on and not operated for a certain period of time. In this
mode the machine stops power to the fuser and saves the power consumption. The default
power saver mode 1 start time is set at 3 minutes.
You can set the power saver mode 1 start time between 1 and 120 minutes in 1 minute
intervals. For details on how to set the time, refer to “Basic Settings” (P. 59).
Note
• The power saver mode 2 feature in this machine saves further power consumption than the power saver
mode 1.
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The Objective of the International Energy Star Program
Illegal Copies and Printouts
Copying or printing certain documents may be illegal in your country. Penalties of fines
or imprisonment may be imposed on those found guilty. The following are examples of
items that may be illegal to copy or print in your country.
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Currency
Banknotes and checks
Bank and government bonds and securities
Passports and identification cards
Copyright material or trademarks without the consent of the owner
Postage stamps and other negotiable instruments
This list is not inclusive and no liability is assumed for either its completeness or
accuracy. In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel.
Illegal Copies and Printouts
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1
Basic Operations
1.1
Main Components and Their Functions
Main Body
Front View
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2
3
9
8
6
9
4
10
11
5
12
13
No.
Name
Description
1
Face down tray
Print jobs are output with the printed side facing down.
2
Control panel
Consists of operation buttons, indicators, and the display.
3
Button A
Push up this button when opening the front cover.
4
Bypass tray
Load paper here.
5
Paper tray
Load paper here.
6
Front door
Open this when replacing the drum cartridge and removing jammed paper.
7
Paper stopper
Raise this when printing on paper larger than A4 size.
8
Top cover
Open this when replacing the toner cartridges.
9
Ventilation hole
Releases heat to prevent the interior of the printer from heating up.
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Button B
Press this button when opening the upper part of the front cover.
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Power switch
Switches the power of the printer on and off. Pushing the switch to the <I> side
switches it on and pushing it to the <{> side switches it off.
12
Optional 550 sheet feeder
Load paper here.
13
Optional 1100 sheet feeder
Load paper here.
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1 Basic Operations
Rear View
5
4
1
2
No.
3
Name
Description
1
Ventilation hole
Releases heat to prevent the interior of the printer from heating up.
2
Power cord connector
Connect the power cord here.
3
USB port
Connect the USB cable here.
4
Parallel port
Connect the parallel cable here.
5
Ventilation hole
Air intake to prevent the interior of the printer from heating up.
Internal View
5
1
2
No.
Name
3
4
Description
1
Paper outlet cover
Open this when replacing the drum cartridge and removing jammed paper.
2
Drum cartridge
Consists of the light-sensitive drum and the intermediate transfer roller. Images
are initially created as an electrical charge on the surface of this drum.
3
Button C
Press this button when opening the paper outlet cover.
4
Fuser unit
Fixes the toner on the paper. Do not touch this when using the printer as it is
hot.
5
Transfer roll
Transfers the toner image on the surface of the intermediate transfer roller of
the drum cartridge to the paper.
1.1 Main Components and Their Functions
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Control Panel
1
2
3
4
9
No.
1
8 7
6
5
Name
Description
LCD display
Displays the setting items, machine status, and messages.
Refer to
• “Display” (P. 15)
2
<Menu> button
Press to move to the menu operation.
3
<Eject/Set> button
Press to set the menu candidate values. Use this too to print report/list.
4
<Power Saver> button/
indicator
In low power mode 2, this light is on. Push this button to exit low power mode 2.
5
<Cancel Job> button
Press to cancel printing.
6
<
><
><
><
> buttons
Press these to move to the required menu, item and candidate value on the
display.
Note
• When you are changing the candidate values by the < > or < > button,
you can press and hold down the buttons to change the display continuously.
Also, pressing the < > and < > buttons simultaneously will display the
default values.
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7
<On Line> button
Press this button to change the printer mode between the on line mode and the
off line mode.
8
<Ready> indicator
When the light is on, the printer is ready to receive data from the computer.
9
<Error> indicator
When the light is on, there is a malfunction in the printer.
1 Basic Operations
Display
There are two types of screens shown: Print screen (for displaying printer status) and Menu
screen (for configuring settings).
Note
• The message displayed differs according to the optional accessories installed and setting status.
Print Screen
The Print screen appears when the printer is printing or waiting for data. The following
contents are shown on the screen.
Printer status
Port for receiving data
Feeding tray
Menu Screen
Screen for configuring settings related to the printer.
This screen appears when you press the <Menu> button. The initial Menu screen displayed
is as follows.
Refer to
• Items that can be set on the Menu screen: “4 Setting on the Control Panel” (P. 52)
1.1 Main Components and Their Functions
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1.2
Switching On and Off the Printer
Switching On the Power
1.
Press the power switch of the printer to the
<|> position.
2.
When the power is on, “Diagnosing...” will
be displayed on the control panel. Check
that this display changes to “Ready to
print”.
Important
• If error message is displayed, refer to “Error
Messages” (P. 81) on how to fix it.
Switching Off the Power
Important
• Do not switch off the power of this printer when printing is in progress. It may lead to a paper jam.
• Once the power is switched off, print data remaining in this printer or information saved in the memory of
this printer will be deleted.
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1.
By checking the display on the control
panel, confirm that the printer is not
processing any data.
2.
Press the power switch of this printer to the
<{> position to switch off the power.
1 Basic Operations
1.3
Power Saver Modes
This printer is equipped with a power saver mode 1 and a power saver mode 2 to reduce
power consumption when it is left idle.
When no print data is received for 3 minutes, the printer will enter the power saver mode 1.
When no data is received for a further 5 minutes (a total of 8 minutes lapse (default) since
the last receiving data), it will enter power saver mode 2 by default.
When it enters power saver mode 1, “Ready/Standby” is displayed on the control panel.
When it enters power saver mode 2, the display of the control panel blacks out and the light
of <Power Saver> indicator blinks. The time ranges to specify for the printer to go into power
saver mode 1 or power saver mode 2 are 1 to 120 minutes or 5 to 120 minutes, respectively.
Consumption of power during power saver mode 2 is TBD W or less and the time required
to exit from power saver mode 2 to a print-ready status is about TBD seconds.
Note
• You can specify for the printer not to go into power saver mode 2.
• For details on the power saver mode and the procedure to change the settings, refer to “Basic
Operations (Example: Changing the Low Power Mode Settings)” (P. 53).
Exiting the Power Saver Mode
The printer automatically cancels the power saver mode once it receives data from the
computer.
To cancel power saver mode 1 or power saver mode 2 manually, press any button on the
control panel or press the <Power Saver> button, respectively.
1.3 Power Saver Modes
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1.4
Canceling/Checking Printing
Canceling Printing
To cancel printing, you can either cancel the print job at this printer or at the computer.
Canceling Printing of Data Being Printed or Received at the Printer
Press the <Cancel Job> button on the control panel. However, pages being printed at the
moment will continue to be printed.
Canceling Print Data That Are Being Processed at the Computer
Double-click the printer icon
at the bottom right of the taskbar in Windows.
From the displayed window, click the document name that you wish to delete and press the
<Delete> key.
Checking Status of Print Data
Checking in Windows
Double-click the printer icon
on the task bar at the bottom right of the screen.
From the displayed window, check the column, [Status].
Checking in CentreWare Internet Services
You can check the status of the print job sent to the printer at the [Jobs] tab of CentreWare
Internet Services.
Refer to
• Online Help for CentreWare Internet Services
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1 Basic Operations
1.5
Displaying Optional Accessory
Configuration and Paper Tray Settings
When using this printer as a network printer and having enabled SNMP protocol, you can
display on the printer driver, the optional accessory configuration or settings configured at
the control panel such as paper type or size. These settings are displayed on the [Options]
tab. This section explains the procedure using Windows XP as an example.
Important
• When using this printer as a local printer, this feature cannot be used. You have to manually set the
items on the printer driver. Also, the paper type and size that are loaded in the paper tray cannot be
displayed when using the printer as a local printer.
• For paper size and paper type settings, you must configure them at the control panel beforehand.
Note
• When using this feature, you have to activate the SNMP port (default: [Enable]) on the printer using the
control panel.
• For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP, only users with administrator’s rights can change the
settings. Users without the rights can only check the contents.
1.
From the [Start] menu, click [Printers and Faxes] and then display the properties of the
printer to be used.
2.
Click the [Options] tab.
3.
Click [Get Information from Printer].
3
4
The data of the printer can be displayed on the printer driver.
4.
Click [OK].
The contents of the [Options] tab will be updated based on the data obtained from the
printer.
Note
• The paper types and sizes set on the control panel will be displayed as [Paper Tray Attributes].
1.5 Displaying Optional Accessory Configuration and Paper Tray Settings
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2
Printing
2.1
Printing From the Computer
This section explains the basic flow when printing from application software in Windows
environment.
(The procedure may differ according to the computer or system configuration used.)
Important
• Do not switch off the power of this printer when printing is in progress. It may lead to a paper jam.
1.
From the [File] menu of the application software, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used to start printing.
To use the various print features of this printer, display the printer properties dialog
box to configure the settings of the necessary items. For details on each item and how
to configure its settings, refer to the Online Help for the printer driver.
Note
• When feeding paper from the bypass tray, set the paper type setting for the bypass tray correctly on the
[Paper Tray] tab.
A
There are two ways to display Online
Help for the printer driver.
A
Click [?]. And then, click the item
you want to know more about. The
explanation on the item will be
displayed.
B
Click [Help].
The [Help] window will be
displayed.
B
Note
• You can also set the print features on the [Properties] dialog box displayed by clicking the printer icon in
the [Printers and Faxes] window (or [Printers] window depending on the OS).
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2 Printing
2.2
Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies
This section explains how to print on envelopes and transparencies.
Loading Envelopes/Transparencies
Envelopes and transparencies can be loaded in the bypass tray.
Note
• For details on the procedure to load paper in bypass tray, refer to “Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray”
(P. 48).
Loading Envelopes
The orientation and handling of envelope flaps differ depending on their size.
Under 220 mm in width
Paper feed direction
Over 220 mm in width
Paper feed direction
Under 220 mm
Over
220 mm
Flap
Flap
Facing down with the flap open and at the
rear
Facing down with the flap closed and at the
right
Example: Monarch, DL, C5
Example: Commercial #10
2.2 Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies
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The following explains how to load envelopes in the bypass tray using Monarch as an
example.
Important
• The reverse side of the envelope cannot be printed on.
• Envelopes can get wrinkled or the print quality is reduced depending on the type used. For details about
the usable envelope sizes, refer to “Usable Paper” (P. 41).
1.
In the case of Monarch, insert the
envelopes with the flaps open and at the
rear.
2.
Slide the paper guides to the size of the envelope.
Loading Transparencies
Important
• Transparencies with white frame and full-color transparencies cannot be used.
1.
After carefully fanning a small stack of
transparencies load them into the tray with
the side to be printed facing up. Load
transparencies a few at a time.
2.
Slide the paper guides to the size of the transparencies.
3.
Pull out the extension tray when loading paper such as transparencies.
Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies
To print on envelopes or transparencies, display the [Paper Tray] tab and [Paper] tab. This
section explains the procedure using WordPad on Windows XP as an example.
Note
• When [Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified], you need to set the paper type and size settings for the
tray on the control panel in advance. For details, refer to “3.3 Setting Paper Types” (P. 50).
• The way to display the printer properties dialog box differs according to the application software. Refer to
the manual of your respective application software.
• Printing transparencies continuously may lead to the output transparencies sticking to each other. As a
guide, remove the transparencies from the output tray after about 20 sheets and then fan them to lower
their temperatures.
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2 Printing
1.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used and click [Preferences].
3.
Click the [Paper Tray] tab.
4.
Select [Tray 1 (Bypass)] from [Paper Source].
4
5
5.
When changing the paper type setting, click [MPF Settings] to display the [MPF
Settings] dialog box. Select the appropriate paper type from [Paper Type (Bypass)]
and click [OK].
6.
Click the [Paper] tab.
7.
From [Paper Size], select the size of the original document.
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8
8.
From [Output Size], select the size of the transparency, and then click [OK].
9.
If the envelopes are loaded in the bypass tray, click [Booklet/Poster/Mixed Document]
to display the [Booklet/Poster/Mixed Document] dialog box according to what you
need.
10. Click [OK].
11. Click [Print] in the [Print] dialog box to start printing.
2.2 Printing on Envelopes/Transparencies
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2.3
Printing on Custom Size Paper/Long Paper
This section explains how to print on custom size paper.
Custom size paper can be loaded in the bypass tray. The paper sizes that can be selected
on this printer are as follows:
„ For bypass tray
Paper feed direction
Long edge:
139.7 to 355.6 mm
Short edge:
90 to 215.9 mm
Note
• The way to load custom size paper in the bypass tray is the same as the way to load standard size
paper. For details, refer to “Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray” (P. 48).
• When [Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified], you need to set the paper type and size settings for the
tray on the control panel in advance. For details, refer to “3.3 Setting Paper Types” (P. 50).
Setting Custom Paper Sizes
Before printing, set the custom size on the printer driver.
Important
• When setting the paper size on the printer driver and control panel, be sure to specify the same size as
the actual paper used. Setting the wrong size for printing will cause the machine failure. This is
especially true if you configure a bigger size when using a narrow width paper.
On the printer driver, set the custom size in the [Custom Paper Size] dialog box. This section
explains the procedure using Windows XP as an example.
Note
• For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, only users with administrator’s
rights can change the settings. Users without the rights can only check the contents.
• When configuring the [Custom Paper Size] dialog box in Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/
Windows Server 2003, settings of other printers on the computer will also be affected as the form data
base of the computer is used by a local printer. For a shared printer on the network, settings of other
shared printers on the same network in another computer will also be affected as the form data base on
the server with existing print queue is used. When setting on Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me,
settings of other printers on the computer will not be affected as the settings are for paper sizes defined
by each printer icon. For shared printers on the network, settings of other shared printers on the same
network but in another computer will not be affected as the settings are for paper sizes defined by each
printer icon.
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1.
From the [Start] menu, click [Printers and Faxes] and then display the properties of the
printer to be used.
2.
Click the [Configuration] tab.
3.
Click [Custom Paper Size].
3
4.
Use the [Details] list box to select the custom setup you want to define.
4
5
6
5.
Specify the length of the short edge and long edge under [Change Setting For].
You can specify the values either by entering directly or using [ ] [ ].
The length of the short edge cannot be longer than the long edge, even if it is within
the specified range. The length of the long edge cannot be shorter than the short
edge, even if it is within the specified range.
6.
To assign a paper name, select the [Name the Paper Size] check box and then enter
the name in [Paper Name]. Up to 14 characters can be used for the paper name.
7.
If necessary, repeat steps 4 to 6 to define another custom size.
8.
Click [OK].
9.
Click [OK].
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Printing on Custom Size Paper
The procedure to print on custom size paper is as follows.
This section explains the procedure using WordPad on Windows XP as an example.
Note
• The way to display the printer properties dialog box differs according to the application software. Refer to
the manual of your respective application software.
1.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used and click [Preferences].
3.
Click the [Paper Tray] tab.
4.
From [Paper Source], select [Tray 1 (Bypass)].
4
5
5.
When changing the paper type setting, click [MPF Settings] to display the [MPF
Settings] dialog box. Select the appropriate paper type from [Paper Type (Bypass)]
and click [OK].
6.
Click the [Paper] tab.
7.
From [Paper Size], select the size of the original document.
7
8
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8.
From [Output Size], select the registered custom size, and then click [OK].
9.
Click [Print] in the [Print] dialog box to start printing.
2.4
Printing Confidential Document - Secure
Print
When the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the secure print
feature.
Important
• The hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the hard disk. We recommend you
back up your data.
About Secure Print
Secure Print is a feature that allows you to attach a password to a piece of print data on the
computer, send it to the printer for temporarily storing, and start printing the data from the
control panel. You can also store the print data in the printer without attaching a password.
By storing frequent-used data in the printer, you can print the data out by just operating on
this printer, and without sending them from the computer again and again.
Send
data
Store in
printer
Use control panel
to output data
Note
• You can select whether to delete secure print data after printing. For details, refer to “At the Control
Panel” (P. 29).
• To delete all secure print data that has become redundant, refer to “RAM Disk” (P. 60).
Configuring Secure Print
The procedure to configure Secure Print is as follows.
First of all, carry out the secure print settings at the computer and send data to the printer
for printing. Then, carry out the output procedure at the printer to output the print data.
At the Computer
This section explains the procedure using WordPad on Windows XP as an example. The
procedure is the same for other OS.
Note
• The way to display the printer properties dialog box differs according to the application software. Refer to
the manual of your respective application software.
1.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used and click [Preferences].
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3.
From [Job Type] on the [Paper] tab, select [Secure Print].
3
4.
Enter the user ID in [User ID].
You can enter up to eight characters for the user ID.
4
5
6
5.
To enter a password, enter it in [Password].
Enter up to 12 numeric characters.
6.
From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto
Retrieve].
If [Enter Document Name] is selected, specify a document name in [Document Name]
using up to 12 characters.
If [Auto Retrieve] is selected, the name of the document to be printed will become the
document name. However, if the printer cannot recognize a document name, it will
become the date/time (e.g. 09/03 10:30).
7.
Click [OK].
8.
Click [OK] on the [Paper] tab.
9.
Click [Print] in the [Print] dialog box to start printing.
The document will be stored in the printer.
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At the Control Panel
This section explains the procedure to print data stored in the printer by Secure Print.
Note
• You can also delete, without printing, secure print data stored in the printer. For details, refer to “RAM
Disk” (P. 60).
1.
Press the < > button.
2.
Check that [Secure Print] is displayed and then press the < > button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until the required user is selected and then press the
< > button.
4.
Move the cursor by the < > button and then enter the password (within 12 digits) by
the < > and < > buttons.
5.
Press the <Eject/Set> button.
6.
Press the < > or < > button until the required document is selected and then press
the < > button.
7.
After printing, press the < > or < > button to delete or save the document and then
press the < > button.
8.
Press the <Eject/Set> button. Printing will start.
9.
Press the <Menu> button when printing has completed.
Note
• The displayed user ID (up to eight characters) is the [User ID] specified in the [Secure Print] dialog box
of the [Paper] tab of the printer driver.
• For the password, enter the [Password] set in the [Secure Print] dialog box of the [Paper] tab of the
printer driver. If [Password] is not configured, there will be no setting on the control panel.
The document name displayed (up to 12 characters) is the [Document Name] specified in the [Secure Print]
dialog box of the [Paper] tab of the printer driver.
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2.5
Print After Checking Printing Result Sample Print
When the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the sample print
feature.
Important
• The internal hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the internal hard disk. We
recommend you back up your data.
About Sample Print
Sample Print is a feature that allows you to store the print data of multiple copies in the
internal hard disk (optional), print out only the first set to check the print result and if
satisfactory, print the remaining copies from the control panel.
Note
• Sample print data that has become redundant can be deleted using the control panel. For details, refer
to “At the Control Panel” (P. 29).
If result is
OK
Print only one document
Send
data
Print out remaining sets
using the control panel
Store in
printer
If result is
not OK
Stop printing using the
control panel
Configuring Sample Print
The procedure to configure Sample Print is as follows.
First of all, carry out the sample print settings at the computer and send data to the printer
for printing. Then, carry out the output procedure at the printer to output the print data.
At the Computer
This section explains the procedure using WordPad on Windows XP as an example.
Note
• The way to display the printer properties dialog box differs according to the application software. Refer to
the manual of your respective application software.
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1.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used and click [Preferences].
3.
On the [Paper] tab, specify at least 2 for [Copies].
4.
Select [Sample Print] from [Job Type].
Note
• You must specify at least 2 for [Copies] before [Sample Print] can be selected.
4
5.
Enter the user ID in [User ID].
You can enter up to eight characters for the user ID.
5
6
6.
From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto
Retrieve].
If [Enter Document Name] is selected, specify a document name in [Document Name]
using up to 12 characters.
If [Auto Retrieve] is selected, the name of the document to be printed will become the
document name. However, if the printer cannot recognize a document name, it will
become the date/time (e.g. 09/03 10:30).
7.
Click [OK].
8.
Click [OK] on the [Paper] tab.
9.
Click [Print] in the [Print] dialog box to start printing.
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At the Control Panel
This section explains the procedure to print and delete data stored in the printer by Sample
Print.
1.
Press the < > button.
2.
Press the < > or < > button until [Sample Print] is displayed and then press the
< > button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until the required user is selected and then press the
< > button.
4.
Press the < > or < > button until the required document is selected and then press
the < > button.
5.
Press the < > or < > button to print or delete the saved document and then press
the < > button.
6.
Press the <Eject/Set> button.
The document will be deleted or printed.
7.
After the document is deleted or printed, press the <Menu> button.
Note
• The user ID displayed (up to eight characters) is the [User ID] set in the [Sample Print] dialog box of the
[Paper] tab of the printer driver.
• The document name displayed (up to 12 characters) is the [Document Name] set in the [Sample Print]
dialog box of the [Paper] tab of the printer driver.
2.6
Print at a Specified Time - Delayed Print
When the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the delayed print
feature. The delayed print feature allows you to store the data in the printer beforehand and
then print it out automatically at the specified time.
Important
• The internal hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the internal hard disk. We
recommend you back up your data.
• If the printer is switched off before the specified time, the specification of time will be undone and printing
will start once the power is switched on again. Do not switch off the power of the printer when using the
delayed print feature.
Note
• The time that can be specified for this feature is within 24 hours from the time you send the data for
printing.
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Registering Delayed Print
The procedure to configure Delayed Print is as follows.
This section explains the procedure using WordPad on Windows XP as an example. The
procedure is the same for other OS.
1.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2.
Select this printer as the printer to be used and click [Preferences].
3.
From [Job Type] on the [Paper] tab, select [Delayed Print].
3
4.
Set the time to start printing by [Hour] and [Minutes].
Use the 24-hour system.
4
5
5.
From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto
Retrieve].
If [Enter Document Name] is selected, specify a document name in [Document Name]
using up to 12 characters.
If [Auto Retrieve] is selected, the name of the document to be printed will become the
document name. However, if the printer cannot recognize a document name, it will
become the date/time (e.g. 09/03 10:30).
6.
Click [OK].
7.
Click [OK] on the [Paper] tab.
8.
Click [Print] in the [Print] dialog box to start printing.
Printing will start at the specified time.
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Canceling Delayed Print
Use the control panel to cancel Delayed Print or to print without waiting for the specified
time.
1.
Press the < > button.
2.
Press the < > or < > button until [Delayed Print] is displayed and then press the
< > button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until the required document is selected and then press
the < > button.
4.
Press the < > or < > button to delete or immediately print the saved document and
then press the < > button.
5.
Press the <Eject/Set> button. The document will be deleted or printed.
6.
After the document is deleted or printed, press the <Menu> button.
Note
• The document name displayed (up to 12 characters) is the [Document Name] set in the [Delayed Print]
dialog box of the [Paper] tab of the printer driver.
2.7
Printing From Web Browser
You can print from the web browser using CentreWare Internet Services.
This feature can be used when the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed.
Important
• The internal hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the hard disk. We
recommend you back up your data.
Data That Can Be Sent
The files that can be sent from the web browser and printed on this printer are as follows:
• TIFF file
• PDF file created by Adobe Acrobat 4 and Adobe Acrobat 5 (except one part of the
features added by PDF1.4)
• PostScript file
• PCL file
• Text file
Note
• For details on the format of the TIFF file supported by this printer, refer to “TIFF File Format” (P. XXX).
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Printing
1.
Activate the computer and web browser.
2.
At the address column of the web browser, enter the IP address or URL of the printer
and then press the <Enter> key.
• Example of a URL entry
• Example of an IP address entry
The CentreWare Internet Services screen appears.
Note
• Depending on the web browser setting, the CentreWare Internet Services screen may not appear even if
the IP address has been entered. When this happens, refer to “Settings for CentreWare Internet
Services” (P. 96) for details on checking the web browser settings.
3.
Click [Services] and on the displayed screen, configure settings, such as the file to be
printed.
Note
• For details on the items that can be configured, refer to the Online Help for CentreWare Internet
Services.
• Print features that are not configured here will operate according to the following settings made on the
printer receiving the data:
• TIFF file: The logical printer value specified for [Emulation Setting] > [TIFF] > [Memory Settings] of
CentreWare Internet Services.
• PDF file: Value specified for [PDF] on the control panel.
4.
Click [Start].
Printing will start.
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2.8
Printing via E-mail - E-mail Printing
When the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed and the printer is connected to a
network, enabling it to receive e-mails via TCP/IP communication, e-mails can be sent from
the computer to this printer.
Printing of e-mail contents and TIFF or PDF attachments can be done from this printer.
This feature is known as E-mail Printing.
Important
• The internal hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the internal hard disk. We
recommend you back up your data.
Prints
automatically
E-mail
Prints
automatically
Environment Settings for E-mail Printing
To use the E-mail Printing feature, you need to configure server settings (such as SMTP
and POP3 servers) on your network environment.
Note
• Wrong e-mail environment settings may cause disruptions in your network. Always ask your network
administrator to configure e-mail environment settings.
Configuring the Network Environment
• Register user account
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Configuring the E-mail Environment (at This Printer)
Configure the following items according to your e-mail environment under [Properties] of the
CentreWare Internet Services.
Note
• After configuring the settings, always click [Apply New Settings] and switch off/on the printer to reboot.
• Select the [Enable] check box of [Port Status] > [Receive E-mail] and switch off/on the printer, [E-mail]
will be displayed.
*: Default
Item
Machine
Details
Item to be
configured
Description
Value
Required settings
for the Receiving
Protocol
SMTP
POP3
{
{
{
{
Administrator
E-mail
Address
Set the internet service
administrator’s e-mail address.
Machine
E-mail
Address
Set the printer’s e-mail address.
The address specified here will
be displayed in the [From]
column of the e-mail.
Port Status
Receive
E-mail
Select the check box.
Protocol
Settings >
TCP/IP
Host Name
Set the host name of this
printer.
Up to 32 characters
{
{
Get DNS
Address
Select the check box to get the
DNS server address
automatically from the DHCP
server.
• Off: Manual*
• On: DHCP
{
-
DNS Address
1 to 3
Set the DNS server address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
{
-
DNS Name
Set the DNS name.
Up to 255 alphanumeric
characters can be entered,
including the ASCII
characters for “.” (full stop)
and “-” (hyphen).
{
-
Up to 128 alphanumeric
characters can be entered
including the ASCII
characters for “@” (at
mark), “.” (full stop), “-”
(hyphen) and “_”
(underscore).
-
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*: Default
Item
Protocol
Settings >
E-mail
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Item to be
configured
Description
Value
Required settings
for the Receiving
Protocol
SMTP
POP3
Receiving
Protocol
Set the e-mail receiving
method.
• SMTP*
• POP3
{
{
Print Mail
Headers and
Contents
Set to print the attachments
(TIFF, PDF) of the received mail
together with the mail header.
To print all mail header
information such as the
receiving route, select [All
Headers and Contents].
• None
• Auto Mail Contents
• Basic Headers and
Contents*
• All Headers and Contents
{
{
POP3 Server
Address
Set the IP address of the POP3
server for receiving e-mails or
the FQDN (Fully Qualified
Domain Name).
Up to 128 alphanumeric
characters can be entered,
including the ASCII
characters for “.” (full stop)
and “-” (hyphen).
-
{
POP3 Server
Check
Interval
Set the interval for checking
e-mails in the POP3 server.
1 to 120 minutes
10 minutes*
-
{
POP User
Name
Set the user name for
connecting to POP3 server.
Only 1 user can be specified.
Up to 64 alphanumeric
characters can be entered
including the ASCII
characters for “@” (at
mark), “.” (full stop), “-”
(hyphen) and “_”
(underscore).
-
{
POP User
Password
Set the password for POP User.
Enter the password again in
[Confirm Password].
Up to 64 alphanumeric
characters can be entered.
-
{
SMTP
Sending
Authentication
Select the [POP before SMTP]
check box to confirm the user at
the POP server before sending
e-mails to the SMTP server.
{
-
SMTP Server
Address
Set the IP address of the SMTP
server for receiving e-mails or
the FQDN (Fully Qualified
Domain Name).
{
-
-
Up to 128 alphanumeric
characters can be entered,
including the ASCII
characters for “.” (full stop)
and “-” (hyphen).
Sending E-mails
Attachments That Can Be Sent
The following files can be sent as an attachment.
• PDF file created by Adobe Acrobat 4 and Adobe Acrobat 5 (except one part of the
features added by PDF1.4)
• TIFF file
Note
• For details on the format of the TIFF file supported by this printer, refer to “TIFF File Format” (P. XXX).
Sending E-mails
This section explains how to send e-mails from the computer to each printer using Outlook
Express as an example.
1.
Create mail contents using your mailing software and attach TIFF or PDF files if any.
Important
• Only text format can be used for the mail contents. Specify text as the format of e-mail content in your
mail software.
Note
• If the extension of the attached file is not “tif” or “pdf”, it may not be printed correctly.
• Maximum 31 documents can be attached.
2.
Enter the printer’s e-mail address in the address column.
3.
Send the e-mail. The printer will print the e-mail automatically after receiving it.
Note
• The mail contents and the attached documents will be printed according to the following settings at the
printer receiving the data. Note that specifying the offset output feature is invalid in any case.
• TIFF file attachment: The logical printer value selected for [Emulation Settings] > [TIFF] > [Memory
Settings] of CentreWare Internet Services.
• PDF file attachment: Value specified for [PDF] on the control panel.
Receiving and Printing E-mails
This printer allows you to receive and print e-mails manually using the control panel.
1.
Press the < > button.
2.
Press the < > or < > button until [#Mail Print#] is displayed.
3.
Press the < > button.
4.
Press the <Eject/Set> button.
The printer starts to receive e-mails. E-mails will be printed once received.
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Points to Note When Sending E-mails
Security Issues
E-mails are sent via internet, connecting computers from all over the world. As a result,
caution must be made relating to security issues such that information is not easily seen or
altered by third parties.
Therefore, you are recommended to use methods to ensure that important information is
secured. You are also advised not to reveal the e-mail address of this printer to third parties
to avoid receiving junk mails.
Setting Permitted Domain
You can configure this printer such that it only receives e-mails from specific domains.
For details on how to specify the permitted domain, refer to the Online Help for CentreWare
Internet Services.
Caution on Connecting This Printer to Internet Provider and Using
E-mail Features
• In the case where a flat-rate contract with the internet provider exists and the user is not
always connected to the network, a telephone charge will incur every time this printer
retrieves data regularly from the mail server.
• Connect the printer to an IP masqueraded environment. Functionality of this printer is not
guaranteed when it is assigned global IP addresses.
• When receiving e-mails via POP, always apply an exclusive e-mail account for the printer.
Using a common e-mail account shared with other users will result in errors.
• When the internet connection speed is slow, it takes time to receive huge data such as
image data.
• There are also providers that allows receiving of e-mails via SMTP. Detailed adjustments
with the provider is required for such cases.
• When setting up e-mail configuration in an environment where MTA support is set up in
private segments, match the operating configuration.
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About Paper
3.1
About Paper
Using unsuitable paper may lead to paper jams, poor print quality, breakdown and damage
to your printer. In order to use the features of this printer effectively, we suggest using only
paper that is recommended here.
If you use paper that is not recommended, contact our Customer Support Center or your
dealers.
Usable Paper
The types of paper that can be used on this printer are as follows:
Paper tray
Bypass tray
Size
A4
, B5
, A5
,
Legal (8.5 × 14")
,
Legal (8.5 × 13")
,
Letter (8.5 × 11")
,
Executive (7.25 × 10.5")
Envelope*1
Paper type (Weight)
,
(Monarch, Commercial
#10, DL, C5), Postcard
User-specified print size (90 × 148
mm to 215.9 × 355.6 mm)
Paper tray
Plain/Plain S2 (60 - 80 g/m2),
Bond/Bond S2 (81 - 105 g/m2),
Transparency,
Covers 1/Covers 1 S2
(106 - 163 g/m2),
Covers 2/Covers 2 S2
(164 - 216 g/m2),
Label,
Coated 1/Coated 1 S2
(60 - 105 g/m2),
Coated 2/Coated 2 S2
(106 - 163 g/m2),
Coated 3/Coated 3 S2
(164 - 216 g/m2),
Envelope
200 sheets
(XC-4200DP paper) or
20 mm or below
550 sheets
(XC-4200DP paper) or
61 mm or below
, A5
,
Plain (60 - 80 g/m2),
Legal (8.5 × 14")
,
Bond (81 - 105
Legal (8.5 × 13")
,
Letter (8.5 × 11")
,
A4
, B5
Loading Capacity
g/m2),
Coated 1 (60 -105 g/m2)
Important
• Load coated paper
piece by piece.
When you load
several sheets, the
paper becomes
damp and two or
more sheets will be
fed at the same time
into the printer in
folds. This may
cause a malfunction.
Executive (7.25 × 10.5")
*1For
details on how to load envelopes, refer to “Loading Envelopes” (P. 21).
Important
• Printing on paper whose setting is different from the paper size or paper type selected on the printer
driver or loading paper into unsuitable paper tray for printing may lead to paper jams. To ensure that
printing is correctly done, select the correct paper size, paper type, and paper tray.
• The printed image may fade due to moisture such as water, rain or vapor. For details, contact our
Customer Support Center or your dealers.
• Print quality may be poor or the paper can get wrinkled depending on the print media type or status.
Note
• For details on the procedure to print on transparencies, envelopes, or custom size paper, refer to “2
Printing” (P. 20).
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Standard Paper
The following table shows the standard paper for this printer.
Paper name
Weight
Paper type
Paper characteristics and caution on usage
XC-4200DP 20 lb
Letter (standard paper
for black/white printing)
20 lb
Plain
Medium weight papers for internal distribution
and general office use
XC Premier 80gsm A4
(standard paper for
color printing)
80 g/m2
Plain
Paper that rarely bleeds when stacked and that
is ideal for both black/white and color printing for
general office use
P Paper A4
65 g/m2
Plain
High quality paper in widespread use such as
project books and color samples
Plain Paper
This printer can print on paper that is commonly sold. Select paper suitable for use by
referring to the table below. However, we recommend the use of the standard paper for
clearer printing.
Paper feed
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G.S.M.
Bypass tray
60 - 216 g/m2
Standard paper tray
Optional 550 sheet feeder or 1100 sheet feeder
60 - 163 g/m2
3 About Paper
Special Media
The following types of paper can be used for printing on this printer. Load these types of
paper in the bypass tray.
Paper name
3M PP-2500
Weight
Paper type
Paper characteristics and caution on usage
-
Transparency
Transparency without any white frame
-
Label
Full label sheets without perforations
-
Envelope
-
Postcard
V516
XEROX 3R12520
XEROX V862
XEROX 3R97408
Columbia 3B1183
River Series #02067
River Series 3B1042
Monroe Brand 3B1039
Youkei 2
Youkei 3
Youkei 4
Youchoukei 3
Choukei 3
Japanese official
postcards
Double postal cards
Four-facet postal cards
Strobe Gloss*
RX 160 Premiere
3R91798
105
Coated 1,
Coated 1 S2
Two-sided coated paper that is ideal for
applications such as catalogs and leaflets
Card stock
Classic Crest Super
Smooth
Cover Stock 3R3041
* Load this paper into the bypass tray and print one sheet at a time.
Note
• For details on special media, such as heavyweight paper, envelopes, and coated paper not listed in the
table, contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
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Paper That Can Be Set To the Trays
Paper Trays and Types
You can load the following types of paper into the paper tray or bypass tray.
„ Bypass Tray
Paper that can be loaded in the bypass tray is as follows:
Paper type
Maximum capacity
Standard paper
150 sheets
Other paper
Up to a height of 15 mm
„ Standard and Optional Trays
Paper that can be loaded in the standard and optional 550 sheet feeder and optional 1100
sheet feeder is as follows:
Maximum capacity
Paper type
550 sheet feeder
Standard paper
550 sheets or up to a height of 61
1100 sheet feeder
1100 sheets
mm (60 to 163 g/m2)
Other paper
Up to a height of 61 mm
Up to a height of 61 mm for each
tray
Available Paper Sizes
The following paper sizes can be loaded in the paper tray and bypass tray:
Loadable: { Not loadable: ×
Paper size
Bypass tray
Paper tray
A4
{
{
B5
{
{
A5
{
{
Letter
{
{
Legal (8.5 × 13 in.)
{
{
Legal (8.5 × 14 in.)
{
{
Executive
{
{
User-specified print size
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Width: 90 to 215.9 mm
Length: 148 to 355.6 mm
×
COM-10 envelope
{
×
Monarch
{
×
DL
{
×
C5
{
×
Postcard
{
×
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Duplex Printing Paper Types and Sizes
The available paper types and sizes for 2 sided printing are as follows:
Paper type
Standard paper
Paper size
A4
B5
G.S.M.
64 to 105 g/m2
(20 lb to 28 lb)
Letter
Legal (8.5 × 13 in.)
Legal (8.5 × 14 in.)
User-specified print size*
* Duplex printing supports user-specified print media that are 149 mm to 215.9 mm wide and 210 mm to
355.6 mm long.
Unusable Paper
Using the following types of paper might cause paper jams, malfunctions or damage to the
machine. Do not use them.
• Fuji Xerox full-color transparencies (example: V556, V558, V302)
• Paper exclusively for ink-jet printer use
• Paper that is too thick or thin
• Paper that has been printed on before (including color printing)
• Wrinkled, folded or torn paper
• Wet paper
• Curled paper
• Paper with static electricity
• Adhesive paper
• Postcards with pictures
• Paper with special coatings
• Treated colored paper
• Paper using ink that will run at a temperature of 150 °C
• Thermal paper
• Carbon paper
• Paper with staples, paper clips, ribbons or tape
• Paper with rough surfaces such as pulp paper or fibrous paper
• If acid paper is used, the characters might appear fuzzy. Replace it with alkaline paper.
• Envelopes that are not flat or have metal fasteners
• Labels that do not fully cover the adhesive backing
• Adhesive paper
• Transfer paper (cold water use)
• T-shirt transfer paper (heat press use)
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Important
• Postcards with pictures sometimes do not feed because the background image suppression agent
adheres to the feed roll.
Storing and Handling Paper
Even for suitable papers, poor storage conditions may lead to a change in the paper quality,
paper jams, poor print quality and printer breakdown.
• Store paper in the following locations: Temperature of 10 to 30 °C with a relative humidity
of 30 to 65%
• After opening a ream of paper, use the original cover sheets to wrap up the paper not
used and store it in a cabinet or a location with low humidity.
• Do not let the paper stand but store it in a flat location.
• Ensure that the paper is stored properly without being bent or curled.
• Store the paper in a location not exposed to direct sunlight.
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3.2
Loading Paper
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
This section describes how to load paper in the standard and optional paper trays. All trays
are loaded the same way.
Important
• Do not remove the tray during printing. It may cause a paper jam.
1.
Pull the tray out of the printer until it stops.
Hold the tray with both hands, lift the front
slightly, and remove it from the printer.
2.
Slide the width guides to the edge of the
tray. The width guides should be fully
extended.
Note
• When loading the A4 size paper, set the tab on the
side of the tray to [A4] position.
3.
Squeeze the length guide and slide it to the
edge of the tray.
4.
Before loading the print media, flex the
sheets back and forth, and then fan them.
Straighten the edges of the stack on a level
surface.
5.
Place the print media into the tray with the recommended print side face up.
Important
• Do not exceed the maximum fill line in the tray. Overfilling the tray may cause paper jams.
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6.
Slide the width guides and length guide
until they rest lightly against the edge of the
print media stack.
7.
Insert the tray into the printer, and push
until it stops.
Important
• Do not use excessive force on the tray. Doing so could
damage the tray or the inside the printer.
Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray
In addition to plain paper, the bypass tray can use various other sizes and types of print
media such as envelopes and transparencies.
Make sure of the following points when loading paper in the bypass tray.
• You can load up to 150 sheets or a stack of paper (60 g/m2 to 216 g/m2) less than 15 mm
high.
• The multipurpose feeder accepts print media within the following dimensions:
- Width: 88.9 mm to 220 mm
- Length: 139.7 mm to 355.6 mm
• You can load paper (64 g/m2 to 105 g/m2) up to 900 mm long. However, paper over 355.6
mm in length has to be fed one sheet at a time and supported by hand.
Important
• Make sure of the following points to avoid any troubles during printing.
• Do not load different types of paper at the same time.
• Use high quality paper for laser printers to print at high quality. Refer to “3.1 About Paper” (P. 41) for
details.
• Do not remove or add paper to the bypass tray when printing or if there is any paper still in the bypass
tray. Doing so may cause a paper jam.
• Load paper printable surface facing down. Also, load the paper which you want to print on first in the
top of the bypass tray.
• Do not put any objects other than paper on the bypass tray. Also, do not push or force down the
bypass tray.
1.
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Gently pull open the bypass tray cover, and
pull out the extension tray.
2.
Slide the width guides to the edge of the
tray. The width guides should be fully
extended.
3.
Insert all media face down and top edge
first into the bypass tray.
Important
• Do not force the paper.
4.
Slide the width guides until they rest lightly
against the edge of the paper stack.
Important
• Be careful not to bend the paper.
Note
• When you print on paper fed from the bypass tray, configure the paper size and type in the printer driver.
• When [Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified], you need to set the paper type and size settings for the
tray on the control panel in advance. For details, refer to “3.3 Setting Paper Types” (P. 50).
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Loading Envelopes in the Bypass Tray
To load envelopes that are under 220 mm (8.66 inches) in width in the bypass tray, insert
the envelopes with the flaps open and at the rear. To load envelopes that are over 220 mm
(8.66 inches) in width in the bypass tray, insert the envelopes with the flaps closed and at
the right side. The print side must be facing down. You can load envelopes up to the
maximum fill line in the tray at one time.
Important
• For best performance, do not use envelopes that:
• Have excessive curl or twist
• Are stuck together or damaged in any way
• Contain windows, holes, perforations, cutouts, embossing
• Use metal clasps, string ties, or metal folding bars
• Have an interlocking design
• Have postage stamps attached
• Have any exposed adhesive when the flap is in the sealed or closed position
• Have nicked edges or bent corners
• Have rough, cockle, or laid finishes
Note
• Make sure set the envelope flaps are completely unfolded when loading envelopes that are under 220
mm in width.
3.3
Setting Paper Types
Setting Paper Trays
When loading paper in the 550 sheet feeder (optional), it is necessary to set the paper size
and type on the control panel.
When loading paper in the bypass tray, set the paper size and type on the printer driver
when printing. When [Bypass Mode] has been set [Panel Specified] ([Driver Specified] by
default) on the control panel, you can set the paper size and type on the control panel.
This section describes how to set the paper size and type on the control panel.
Note
• When you set [Bypass Mode] to [Panel Specified], printing will be performed only when the settings for
the paper size and type configured on the printer driver when printing match the settings on the control
panel.
• You can also display the message to set the paper size and type on the control panel every time you
load paper into each tray. Refer to the “4.2 Description of Menu Items” (P. 55) for details.
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Setting Paper Types
Important
• Paper type settings must match those of the actual paper loaded in the trays. Otherwise, image quality
cannot be processed accurately. Toner may not fuse properly on the paper, resulting in dirty and poor
quality printouts.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
1.
Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen.
2.
Check that [Tray Settings] is displayed, then press the < > or <Eject/Set> button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until [Paper Type] is displayed, then press the < > or
<Eject/Set> button.
4.
Press the < > or < > button until the required tray is displayed, then press the < >
or <Eject/Set> button.
5.
Press the < > or < > button until the correct paper type is displayed for the loaded
paper, then press the <Eject/Set> button.
6.
Press the <Menu> button.
Setting Paper Sizes
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
1.
Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen.
2.
Check that [Tray Settings] is displayed, then press theqror <Eject/Set> button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until [Paper Size] is displayed, then press the < > or
<Eject/Set> button.
4.
Press the < > or < > button until the required tray is displayed, then press the < >
or <Eject/Set> button.
5.
Press the < > or < > button until the correct paper size and direction are displayed
for the loaded paper, then press <Eject/Set> button.
Note
• When you set a custom size paper, select [Driver Specified].
6.
Press the <Menu> button.
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Setting on the Control Panel
4.1
Overview of the Common Menu
Menu Configuration
The menus that can be accessed from the control panel are as follows:
Menu
Content
Tray Settings
Use the [Tray Settings] menu to define the print media loaded in each tray.
Report/List
Use the [Report/List] menu to print various types of reports and lists.
Meter
Use the [Meter] menu to display the printed paper counts on the control
panel.
Admin Menu
• [Network]
Use this menu to configure the network settings for the printer.
• [Parallel]
Use this menu to configure the parallel interface.
• [USB]
Use this menu to configure the USB interface.
• [Basic Settings]
Use this menu to make the printer operation settings such as for alarm
and Power Saver mode.
• [Maintenance]
Use this menu to initialize the NV (non-volatile) memory, configure the
plain paper or labels quality adjustment settings. Also, use this menu to
adjust the reference voltage for the transfer roller of each paper type.
• [PCL]
Use this menu to configure the PCL settings.
• [PostScript]
Use this menu to configure the PostScript settings.
• [Security]
Use this menu to specify whether to limit the menu operations with a
password.
Refer to
• Details for each menu: “4.2 Description of Menu Items” (P. 55)
Each menu is configured in different levels. Set the printer settings by selecting the
objective menus or items structure level.
The following diagram shows some parts of the menu structure. The structure differs
depending on the menu.
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Changing Menu Settings
Basic Operations (Example: Changing the Low Power Mode Settings)
Press one of the following buttons to display the menu screen or to set the printer by
browsing though each menu structure. In this example, you set the transitional time to the
low power mode 1 to 30 mins.
Ready to print
1.
To display the menu screen, press the <Menu> button at the print screen.
Menu
Tray Settings
2.
To move between items in the same level, press the < > or < > button.
Menu
Admin Menu
3.
To move between structure levels, press the < > (or the <Eject/Set>
button) or < > button. Press the < > button to go to the lower level or
press the < >button to return to the upper level.
Admin Menu
Network
4.
Press the < > or < > button until [Basic Settings] in the same level is
displayed.
Admin Menu
Basic Settings
5.
Press the < > or <Eject/Set> button to go to the lower level.
Basic Settings
Power Saver
6.
Press the < > or < > button until [PowerSaver Mode] in the same
level is displayed.
Basic Settings
PowerSaver Mode
7.
Press the < > or <Eject/Set> button to go to the lower level.
Low Power Timer
Mode 1
8.
Press the < > or <Eject/Set> button to go to the lower level.
Mode 1
3 Mins *
9.
Press the < > or < > button to set the proposed value.
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Continued from previous page
Mode 1
30 mins
10. Press the <Eject/Set> button to confirm your settings. The
settings that have been confirmed are displayed with the
affix “*”.
Mode 1
30 mins *
11. Press the < > button to move one level up.
PowerSaver Mode
Mode 1
12. Press the <Menu> button to quit the menu operation and
return to the print screen.
Ready to print
Note
• If you want to change values after you have confirmed them by pressing the <Eject/Set> button (which
has the affix “*”), you need to set them from the start again.
Initializing Configured Values
Display the item you want to initialize and then press both the < > and < > buttons at the
same time.
Once the change process is completed, the factory defaults will be displayed. Press the
<Eject/Set> button to confirm the value.
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4.2
Description of Menu Items
This section describes the items that can be configured on each menu.
Tray Settings
Use the Tray Settings menu to define the paper size and type loaded in each tray.
Item
Description
Display Popup
Specifies whether to display the message that prompts you to set the paper size and
type or not every time you load paper to the bypass tray or 550 sheet feeder (optional).
When you select [On], the message that prompts you to set the paper size and type is
displayed.
• [Bypass Tray] (default: [Off])
• [Optional Tray] (default: [On])
Bypass Mode
Specifies the way to set the paper type and size settings to be loaded in the bypass tray.
• [Panel Specified]
You can specify the paper type and size settings on the control panel. Printing can be
done only when the settings on the printer driver matches the settings on the control
panel.
• [Driver Specified] (default)
You cannot specify the settings on the control panel. Printing is done using the
settings on the printer driver.
Paper Type
Specifies the type of paper loaded in each tray. This item is displayed when the [Bypass
Mode] is set to [Panel Specified], or the optional 550 sheet feeder is installed.
• [Tray 1] (default: [Plain 1])
• [Tray 2] (default: [Plain 1])
• [Tray 3] (default: [Plain 1]
• [Tray 4] (default: [Plain 1])
• [MPF] (default: [Plain 1])
Note
• [Tray 2], [Tray 3], and [Tray 4] are displayed only when the optional sheet feeder is
installed.
• [MPF] is displayed only when the [Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified].
Refer to
• “Setting Paper Types” (P. 51)
Paper Size
Specify the paper size and orientation for each tray. This item is displayed when the
[Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified], or the optional 550 sheet feeder is installed.
• [Tray 1] (default: [A4 Portrait])
• [Tray 2] (default: [A4 Portrait])
• [Tray 3] (default: [A4 Portrait])
• [Tray 4] (default: [A4 Portrait])
• [MPF] (default: [Driver Specified])
Note
• [Tray 2], [Tray 3], and [Tray 4] are displayed only when the optional sheet feeder is
installed.
• [MPF] is displayed only when the [Bypass Mode] is set to [Panel Specified].
Refer to
• “Setting Paper Sizes” (P. 51)
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Note
• When the size or type of paper that is loaded is different from the setting, the print quality may fall or
paper may jam. Specify the correct paper type and size.
• When installing the optional sheet feeders if [Paper Source] is set to [Auto] on the printer driver, the
feeding tray is automatically specified according to the setting on the control panel. Also, when installing
two optional sheet feeders and the paper size and type setting for each tray is the same, printing
continues by changing the feeding tray if the paper in the specified tray has run out.
Report/List
Prints various types of reports and lists.
Note
• The reports and lists are printed on A4 size paper. Load A4 size paper into the tray. Also, when optional
sheet feeders are installed, do not load A4 size paper into the bypass tray but into Tray 1.
• For the procedures about printing reports and lists, refer to “6.2 Printing Reports/Lists” (P. 95).
• The reports and lists are all printed in English.
Item
Description
Printer Settings
Prints a list of the current printer settings and the installed options.
Panel Settings
Prints a detailed list of all the settings on the control panel menus.
Job History
Prints a detailed list of the processed print jobs. This list contains the latest 22 print
jobs.
Error History
Prints an error history. This list contains the latest 42 errors.
Demo page
T.B.D.
Stored Documents
Prints a list of documents stored in the printer when using the secure print/sample print/
delayed print feature. This list can be printed when the internal hard disk (optional) has
been installed.
Refer to
• “Printing Confidential Document - Secure Print” (P. 27)
• “Print After Checking Printing Result - Sample Print” (P. 30)
Meter
Displays the number of processed print jobs on the control panel. The meter is divided
according to the color modes.
Note
• For the procedures about checking the number of printed pages, refer to “Checking Total Printed Pages
on Meter” (P. 105).
Item
Description
Meter 1
Displays the total number of printed pages in black/white printing.
Meter 2
Normally not used.
Meter 3
Displays the total number of pages printed in color.
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Admin Menu
This menu contains five sub menus, [Network], [Parallel], [Basic Settings], [Maintenance],
and [Security].
Network
Specifies printer settings affecting jobs sent to the printer through a network port.
Note
• The settings in the [Network] cannot be set when entering this menu during printing.
• You need to restart the printer to activate the new settings. After making the settings, turn off the printer
and then turn it on again.
Item
Description
Ethernet
Specifies the communication speed and the modes of Ethernet.
• [Auto] (default)
Automatically changes between 10Base half, 10Base full, 100Base half, and
100Base full.
• [10Base Half]
• [10Base Full]
• [100Base Half]
• [100Base Full]
TCP/IP
Specifies the settings to use the TCP/IP protocol.
Get IP Address
Specifies whether to automatically or manually retrieve the IP address.
• [DHCP/Autonet] (default)
Automatically sets the IP address.
• [BOOTP]
Uses BOOTP to set the IP address automatically.
• [RARP]
Uses RARP to set the IP address automatically.
• [DHCP]
Uses DHCP to set the IP address automatically.
• [Panel]
You can set the IP address manually by entering it on the operator panel.
IP Address,
Subnet Mask,
Gateway Address
These items are used to check the addresses that have been obtained automatically or
to specify addresses manually. Enter the address in the format of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. You
can specifies values in the range of 0 to 255 for xxx.
Important
• To set addresses manually, set the [Get IP Address] to [Panel].
• IP addresses are managed in the entire network. An incorrect IP address may affect
the whole network. For the addresses you need to set manually, contact your network
administrator.
Protocol
Set [On] when using the protocol. When [Off] is selected, the protocol cannot be
activated.
• [LPD] (default: [On])
• [Port9100] (default: [On])
• [IPP] (default: [On])
• [SMB TCP/IP] (default: [On])
• [SMB NetBEUI] (default: [On])
• [FTP] (default: [On])
• [NetWare] (default: [On])
• [SNMP UDP] (default: [On])
• [SNMP IPX] (default: [On])
• [StatusMessenger] (default: [On])
• [InternetServices] (default: [On])
Note
• NetWare is scheduled to be supported in the spring of 2005.
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Item
Description
IPX/SPX
Specifies the operational frame type of IPX/SPX (NetWare).
• [Auto] (default)
Select this to automatically configure the frame type.
• [Ethernet-II]
Select this to use the Ethernet frame type.
• [802.3]
Select this to use the IEEE802.3 frame type.
• [802.2]
Select this to use the IEEE802.2 frame type.
• [SNAP]
Select this to use the SNAP frame type.
IP Filter
Specifies blocking the reception of data from certain IP addresses.
No. n
(n: 1 to 5)
You can set up to five IP addresses ([No. 1] to [No. 5]). [No. 1] has priority over the
others. To set multiple filters, set IP address in descending order from the address
network with the narrowest range.
• [Address]
Sets the IP address for No. n. You can set values between 0 and 255.
• [Mask]
Sets the mask for No. n. You can set values between 0 and 255.
• [Mode]
Specifies the mode to limits for the registered IP address from [Off] (default), [Accept],
or [Reject].
Note
• The IP filter setting can be set on the CentreWare Internet Services. For example to
set the IP filter, refer to “6.3 Checking / Managing the Printer Status on a Web
Browser” (P. 96).
Initialize NVM
Initializes network data stored in NV memory. The NV memory is a nonvolatile memory
that stores the printer settings even after power off. Initializing the NV memory will
revert the value for each item of the [Network] menu to default.
Parallel
Specifies the settings for the parallel interface.
Note
• You need to restart the printer to activate the new settings. After making the settings, turn off the printer
and then turn it on again.
Item
Description
ECP
Specifies the ECP communication mode of the parallel interface.
• [On] (default)
The ECP communication mode is enabled.
• [Off]
The ECP communication mode is disabled.
Adobe Protocol
Specifies the communications protocol for PostScript.
• [Auto]
Used when no special processing is required for data.
• [Standard]
Used when the communication protocol is in ASCII format.
• [BCP]
Used when the communication protocol is in binary format.
• [TBCP]
Used when the communication protocol supports both ASCII and binary data to
switch between them according to the specified control code.
• [RAW]
Used when no special processing is required for data.
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Basic Settings
[Basic Settings] menu is used to make the printer operation settings such as for alarm and
power saver mode.
Item
Description
Power Saver
Specifies whether to enable the transition to power saver mode 2 or not. Select
[Disable] to disable the setting.
• [Mode 2] (default: [Enable])
PowerSaver Time
Specifies the transitional time to power saver mode.
• [Mode 1] (default: [3 min])
Specify the transitional time to power saver mode 1 between 1 and 120 minutes in
increments of 1 minute. After the specified period of time has passed from the last
print job, the printer enters power saver mode 1.
• [Mode 2] (default: [5 min])
Specify the transitional time to power saver mode 2 between 5 and 120 minutes in
increments of 1 minute. After the specified period of time has passed from entering
power saver mode 1, the printer enters power saver mode 2.
Note
• When [Power Saver] is set to [Disable] (default: [Enable]), the printer does not shift to
power saver mode 2.
Refer to
• Power saver mode: “1.3 Power Saver Modes” (P. 17)
• Procedures to set the transitional time: “Basic Operations (Example: Changing the
Low Power Mode Settings)” (P. 53)
Alert Tone
Specifies whether to turn on the alarm when an error occurs in the printer. The default is
[On]. You cannot adjust the sound volume.
Time-Out
Specifies the amount of time the printer waits to receive additional bytes of data from
the computer. When this timeout expires, the print job is canceled.
• [5 sec.] to [300 sec.] (default: [30 sec.])
Specifies the amount of time in increments of 1 second the printer waits for additional
data before it cancels the job.
• [Off]
Disables the job timeout setting.
Auto Log Print
Specifies whether to automatically print information about the printed data that has
been processed in the printer ([Job History]).
• [Off] (default)
Select this if you do not want to print the [Job History] automatically even if the
number of print jobs exceeds 22.
• [On]
Automatically prints a report when the number of print jobs reaches 22.
Note
• You cannot set this during printing.
• You can print the [Job History] from the [Report/List] menu.
• You need to restart the printer to activate the new settings. After making the settings,
turn off the printer and then turn it on again.
ID Print
Select this to print the user ID on a specified position.
• [Off] (default)
User ID is not printed.
• [Top Left]
Prints the user ID on the top left of the sheet of paper.
• [Top Right]
Prints the user ID on the top right of the sheet of paper.
• [Bottom Left]
Prints the user ID on the bottom left of the sheet of paper.
• [Bottom Right]
Prints the user ID on the bottom right of the sheet of paper.
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Item
Description
Text Print
Specifies whether the printer outputs PDL data, which is not supported by the printer, as
text when the printer receives it. Text data is printed on A4 or Letter size paper.
• [Off] (default)
Does not print the received data.
• [On]
Prints the received data as text data.
Banner Sheet
Specifies the settings for the banner sheet.
• [Position] (default: [Off])
Selects the position to output the banner sheet from [Off], [Top], [Bottom], and [Top &
Bottom]. When [Off] is selected, the banner sheet is not printed.
• [Input Tray] (default: [Tray 1])
Specifies the tray from which the banner sheet is output from trays 1 to 4.
RAM Disk
To allocate memory to the RAM Disk file system for the secure print and proof print
features.
Substiture Tray
Specifies whether to print on paper loaded in another tray when there is no paper left in
the tray selected by the auto tray selection feature. This item is displayed when the
optional tray module is installed.
• [Off] (default)
Select this not to replace paper but display a message prompting you to load paper.
• [Larger Size]
Select this to replace the paper with a larger size paper before printing in 100%
magnification ratio.
• [Nearest Size]
Select this to replace the paper with the nearest size paper before printing in 100%
magnification ratio.
• [Bypass Feed]
Select this to print on paper loaded in the bypass tray.
Note
• If a computer issues the instruction about paper selection, it overwrites this setting.
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Maintenance
Use this menu to initialize the NV (non-volatile) memory, configure the plain paper or labels
quality adjustment settings. Also, use this menu to adjust the reference voltage for the
transfer roller of each paper type.
Item
Description
Adjust Paper Type
Specifies the paper type of plain paper and labels.
• [Plain] (default: [Heavy 65-80g/m2])
Selects the density for the plain paper from [Light 60-75 g/m2] and [Heavy 65-80g/
m2].
• [Label] (default: [Label 2])
Selects the density for the labels from [Label 1] and [Label 2].
Adjust BTR
Specifies the value of the reference voltage for the transfer roller. You can specify the
value between -20 to 30 for each paper type.
• [Plain] (default: [0])
• [Bond] (default: [0])
• [Transparency] (default: [0])
• [Heavyweight 1] (default: [0])
• [Heavyweight 2] (default: [0])
• [Coated 1] (default: [0])
• [Coated 2] (default: [0])
• [Coated 3] (default: [0])
• [Envelope] (default: [0])
Fuser Adj
Specifies the fuser temperature. You can specify the value between -4 to 2 for each
paper type.
• [Plain 1] (default: [0])
• [Plain 2] (default: [0])
• [Transparency] (default: [0])
• [Cover 1] (default: [0])
• [Cover 2] (default: [0])
• [Label] (default: [0])
• [Coated 1] (default: [0])
• [Coated 2] (default: [0])
• [Coated 3] (default: [0])
• [Envelope] (default: [0])
Auto Reg Adj
Adjust the color registration automatically. Selecting [On] adjusts the color registration
automatically. The default is [On].
Color Reg Adj
Correct the color registration manually. For details, refer to the Quick Reference Guide
Adjusting Color Registration.
• [Auto Correct]
Correct the color registration.
• [Correction Chart]
Prints the correction chart.
• [Enter Number]
Enter the number to correct the registration.
Dev Cleaning
While printing is repeated, one color toner may be mixed in another color toner in the
developer. When this occurs, use this feature. Using this feature consumes some toner.
Initialize NVM
Initializes the NV (non-volatile) memory. The NV memory is a nonvolatile memory that
stores the printer settings even after the power is turned off. After executing this
function and restarting the printer, all the menu parameters are reset to their default
values.
Note
• You cannot execute this menu during printing.
• You need to restart the printer to activate this setting. After making the setting, turn off
the printer and then turn it on again.
Clear Storage
Deletes the stored documents in the internal hard disk (optional). This menu is available
when the optional internal hard disk is installed.
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Item
Format HDD
Description
Formats the internal hard disk (optional). This menu is available when the optional
internal hard disk is installed.
Security
Specifies whether to limit menu operations with a password to avoid changing the printer
settings by accident.
Item
Description
Panel Lock
Specifies whether to limit the menu operations with a password. Selecting [On] requires
the operator to enter the password. The default is [Off].
Change Password
Sets the four-digit password. The default is [0000].
If you forget your password, turn off the printer. Then, recover the password setting to
default with following procedure.
1. Turn on the printer while holding the <Menu> button. Continue to hold the Menu
button until the display indicates “Init Password Ready to Init.”
2. Release the <Menu> button and press the <Eject/Set> button.
3. Press the < > button to select [Yes], then press the <Eject/Set> button. This will
recover the factory default password.
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4.3
Menu List
For details on each feature, refer to “4.2 Description of Menu Items” (P. 55).
• Main operation and buttons on the control panel
Display/Close the Menu screen
<Menu> button
Switch between the menu levels
< > button (moves one level downwards) or <
upwards)
Switch between menu or items in the
same level
< > button (displays the previous menu or item) or <
the next menu or item)
Move the cursor (_) of the setting value the
right or left
<
Confirm setting
<Eject/Set> button (<Set> button in the following diagram)
Reset settings to default value
Press <
> button (moves to the right) or <
> button (moves one level
> button (displays
> button (moves to the left)
> and < > button at the same time.
Note
•
indicates items that can be configured when optional accessories are installed.
(1): 550 sheet feeder or 1100 sheet feeder
(2): Internal hard disk
• * indicates default value.
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5
Troubleshooting
5.1
When Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs, refer to the illustration below to select the appropriate corrective
action and clear the paper the paper jam immediately.
Note
• The illustration below shows the printer with the optional 500 sheet feeder and1100 sheet feeder are
installed.
CAUTION
• When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in the
machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet of paper is
wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is difficult or
impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself. Doing so can cause injuries or
burns. Switch off the machine immediately, and contact our Customer Support Center or
your dealers.
• The fuser unit, and the surrounding area are hot. You may get burnt if you touch it
directly.
“Paper Jams at the Fuser
Unit” (P. 69)
“Paper Jams at the Paper
Inverter” (P. 72)
“Paper Jams in the Bypass
Tray” (P. 66)
“Paper Jams in the Paper
Tray” (P. 67)
“Paper Jams Between the
Drum Cartridge and Fuser
Unit” (P. 68)
“Paper Jams in the
Optional Sheet Feeder”
(P. 72)
Paper Jams in the Bypass Tray
Follow the procedure below to remove paper jammed in the bypass tray.
1.
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Pull the jammed paper out of the bypass
tray, and remove any remaining paper from
the bypass tray.
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2.
Close the bypass tray once.
3.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door. Confirm that there are no scraps
of paper remaining inside the printer.
4.
Close the front door.
Paper Jams in the Paper Tray
Follow the procedure below to remove paper jammed in the paper tray.
1.
Slowly, completely remove the tray from the
printer.
2.
Remove all the jammed and/or creased
paper from the tray.
3.
If there is jammed paper remaining inside
the printer, pull it out carefully to avoid
tearing it.
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4.
If jammed paper cannot be found, pull
down the green cover along the top of the
hole where the tray cartridge was in the
printer, and pull the jammed paper out
carefully.
5.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door. Confirm that there are no scraps
of paper remaining inside the printer.
6.
Close the front door.
7.
Insert the tray into the printer, and push
until it stops.
Important
• Do not use excessive force on the tray. Doing so could
damage the tray or the inside the printer.
Paper Jams Between the Drum Cartridge and Fuser Unit
1.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
2.
Move the levers at both ends of the fuser to
their open position and remove the jammed
paper. If the paper is torn, remove any
scraps of paper remaining inside the
printer.
Important
• The fuser is hot. Do not touch, doing so may cause
burns.
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3.
Completely push down the levers at both ends of the fuser unit.
4.
Close the front door.
Paper Jams at the Fuser Unit
1.
Press the button B and open the front
door-B.
2.
Lift the levers at both ends of the fuser unit,
and remove the jammed paper. If the paper
is torn, remove any scraps of paper
remaining inside the printer.
Important
• The fuser is hot. Do not touch, doing so may cause
burns.
Note
• If only a small portion of the jammed paper is visible,
making it difficult to remove, see “Paper Jams
Between the Drum Cartridge and Fuser Unit” (P. 68) to
remove the jammed paper.
3.
Completely push down the levers at both ends of the fuser unit.
4.
Close the front door-B.
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5.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
6.
Remove the jammed paper if you see it and
proceed to the step 7. If you cannot see the
jammed paper, close the front cover and
skip the rest of the procedure.
7.
Close the front door.
Note
• If a paper jam occurs in the fuser area, a sheet of
paper may already have been fed from the tray. Make
sure there is no paper remaining inside the printer,
using step 8 through 14.
8.
Slowly, completely remove the tray from the
printer. If the printer is equipped with an
optional sheet feeder, remove the trays
sequentially, starting with the bottom one.
Note
• You do not have to remove trays that are lower than
the feeding tray from where the jammed paper was
fed.
9.
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Remove all the jammed and/or creased
paper from the tray.
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10. If there is jammed paper remaining inside
the printer, pull it out carefully to avoid
tearing it.
11. If jammed paper cannot be found, pull
down the green cover along the top of the
hole where the tray cartridge was in the
printer, and pull the jammed paper out
carefully.
12. Push up the button A and fully open the
front door. Confirm that there are no scraps
of paper remaining inside the printer.
13. Close the front door.
14. Insert the trays into the printer. Push the
trays in until they stop.
Important
• Do not use excessive force on the tray. Doing so could damage the tray or the inside the printer.
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When Long Paper Jams
When long paper (longer than 355.6 mm) jams inside the printer, cut the paper as needed,
then remove it in the proper way depending on the place that the paper jam occurs. When
it is difficult to open the front cover, do not force it. Turn the power off immidiately and
contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer Service Center for assistance.
Paper Jams at the Paper Inverter
1.
Press the button B and open the front
door-B.
2.
Remove the jammed paper. If the paper is
torn, remove any scraps of paper remaining
inside the printer.
3.
Close the front door.
Paper Jams in the Optional Sheet Feeder
1.
Open the trays until you find the jammed
paper.
Note
• Paper in the sheet feeder feeds to the printer from the
front of the trays, therefore paper jammed in the lower
tray can block the upper tray of the feeder or the paper
tray in the printer, preventing you from opening them.
Look for the jammed paper sequentially, starting with
the lowest tray.
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2.
Remove all jammed and/or creased paper
from the tray.
3.
Pull the jammed paper out carefully to
avoid tearing it. If the paper is torn, confirm
that there are no scraps of paper remaining
inside the printer.
4.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door. Confirm that there are no scraps
of paper remaining inside the printer.
5.
Close the front door.
6.
Insert the trays into the printer. Push the
trays in until they stop.
Important
• Do not use excessive force on the tray. Doing so could
damage the tray or the inside the printer.
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5.2
Power Problems
Before treating the problem as a machine breakdown, refer to the following table and check
the printer condition again.
WARNING
• Never open or remove machine covers that are secured with screws unless specifically
instructed in the user guide. A high voltage component can cause electric shock.
• Do not try to alter the machine configuration, or modify any parts. An unauthorized
modification can cause smoke or fire.
Note
• Probable causes of trouble are that the printer, computer, server or other hardware is not correctly set for
the network environment you are using, or a printer restriction has been exceeded.
Refer to the manual (HTML document) included in the CentreWare CD-ROM.
Symptom
No power.
Reason/Action
Is the power to the printer switched off? Press the power switch to the <|> position to
switch on the power.
Refer to
• “1.2 Switching On and Off the Printer” (P. 16)
Is the power cord disconnected or not securely connected? Switch off the power to the
printer and connect the power cord to the power outlet again. Then, switch on the
power to the printer.
Refer to
• Setup Guide Connecting the Power Cord
Is the power cord connected to a power outlet with the correct voltage? Connect the
printer exclusively to a power outlet with a suitable voltage and current rating.
Cannot print.
Is the light of the <Ready> indicator off? If so, this printer is offline or in the menu setting
mode. Fix the problem according to the following display status:
Refer to
• “1.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P. 12)
Is there a message displayed on the control panel? Follow the message to rectify the
problem.
Refer to
• “5.6 Error Messages” (P. 81)
Print job sent but the light of
the <Ready> indicator is not
blinking or on.
Is the interface cable disconnected? Switch off the power and check the connection of
the interface cable.
Is the protocol configured? Check the port status of the interface. Make sure the
protocol settings are correctly set up on the CentreWare Internet Services.
Refer to
• “Network” (P. 57)
• Online Help for CentreWare Internet Services
Is the computer environment correctly set up? Check the computer environment, such
as the printer driver.
Light of <Error> indicator is on.
Is there an error message displayed on the control panel? Check the displayed
message and rectify the error.
Refer to
• “5.6 Error Messages” (P. 81)
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Symptom
Reason/Action
Light of <Error> indicator is
blinking.
An error that you cannot rectify by yourself has occurred. Record the displayed error
message or error code, switch off the power, pull out the power plug from the outlet, and
then contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
The light of the <Ready>
indicator is on and blinking but
there is no print output.
There are jobs remaining in the printer. Cancel printing or force the remaining data to be
printed.
To forcibly print the job, press the <Eject/Set> button. To cancel the job, press the
<Cancel Job> button.
Top section of printed
document is missing.
The top and side margins are
incorrect.
Are the paper tray guides in the correct positions?
Set the length guide and the width guides to the correct positions.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Check that the paper size on the printer driver or the control panel is correctly set.
Refer to
• Online Help for the printer driver
• “Tray Settings” (P. 55)
Check whether the setting for margin is correct on the printer driver.
Refer to
• Online Help for the printer driver
Strange noise.
Is the printer placed on a flat location? Place the printer on a stable surface.
Is the paper tray set correctly? Push the paper tray completely into the printer.
Are there foreign objects inside the printer? Switch off the power and remove any
foreign objects inside the printer. If the object cannot be removed unless the printer is
disassembled, contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
Condensation has occurred
inside the printer.
Using the control panel, set the time the printer is in the power saver mode to 60
minutes, and then leave the printer turned on. The inside of the printer warms up and
the condensation evaporates. When the condensation has evaporated you can use the
printer normally.
Refer to
• “Basic Settings” (P. 59)
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Symptom
Paper cannot be fed.
Paper jam.
Multiple paper are fed.
Paper is fed at an angle.
Paper is wrinkled.
Reason/Action
Is the paper correctly loaded? Load the paper correctly. For labels, transparencies, or
envelopes, fan them well first to allow air to enter between each sheet before loading.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Is the paper damp? Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
Is the paper tray set correctly? Push the paper tray completely into the printer.
Is the printer placed on a flat location? Place the printer on a stable flat surface.
Are the paper tray guides set in the correct positions? Set the guides to the correct
positions.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Papers are fed more than 1 sheet at a time. Multiple feeding of paper may occur before
the sheets of paper loaded in the tray are used up. Fan the paper to be loaded and load
again. Replenish paper only when all the sheets of the loaded paper are used up.
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5.3
Print Quality Problems
When the print quality is poor, select the closest symptom from the following table to rectify
the problem.
If the print quality does not improve after carrying out the appropriate action, contact our
Customer Support Center or your dealers.
Symptom
Printing is light (faded,
blurred).
Reason/Action
The paper is damp. Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
There is no more toner in the cartridge. Check the amount of the toner, and prepare a
new toner cartridge if need arises.
Refer to
• Online Help for CentreWare Internet Services
• Online Help for Status Monitor
The Draft Mode feature is on. Uncheck the [Draft Mode] checkbox on the [Advanced]
tab of the printer driver.
Refer to
• Online Help for the printer driver
Color is out of alignment.
The interior of the printer may be dirty. Clean the interior of the printer.
Refer to
• “Cleaning the Interior” (P. 106)
Black spots or streaks are
printed.
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Dirt appears at equal intervals.
The feed route of the paper is stained. Print a few pages to remove the stains.
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
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Symptom
White dots appear in black
filled areas.
Reason/Action
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
The paper is damp. Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Printed image smudges when
rubbed with your finger.
The toner is not fixed on the
paper.
Paper is smeared with toner.
The paper is damp. Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
The whole piece of paper is
printed black.
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
This may be due to breakdown of high voltage power. Contact our Customer Support
Center or your dealers.
Nothing is printed.
Multiple sheets of paper are fed simultaneously. Fan the paper well and reload the
paper.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
The sealing tape is still on the toner cartridge or the toner cartridge is not correctly
inserted into the printer. Insert the toner cartridge correctly.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
Spots of missing text
This may be due to breakdown of high voltage power. Contact our Customer Support
Center or your dealers.
The paper is damp. Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
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Symptom
Text is blurred.
Reason/Action
The paper used is not suitable. Load the correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
The paper is damp. Replace with paper from a new ream.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Condensation may have occurred inside the printer. Using the control panel, set the
time the printer is in the power saver mode to 60 minutes, and then leave the printer
turned on. The inside of the printer warms up and the condensation evaporates. When
the condensation has evaporated you can use the printer normally.
Refer to
• “Basic Settings” (P. 59)
Missing characters throughout
the length of the paper
The drum cartridge is not set correctly. Load the drum cartridge correctly.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
The drum cartridge is defective or damaged. Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Text or images are printed at
an angle.
The paper tray guides are not set in the correct positions. Set the length guide and the
width guides in the correct positions.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Transparencies and envelopes
are not printed clearly.
The type of transparency or envelope loaded cannot be used in this printer. Load the
correct type of paper.
Refer to
• “Usable Paper” (P. 41)
Check that the paper type on the printer driver or the control panel is correctly set.
Refer to
• “Tray Settings” (P. 55)
• Online Help for the printer driver
The Draft Mode feature is turned on and the resolution is set at a low level on the printer
driver. Change the settings on the [Advanced] of the printer driver.
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5.4
Paper Transport Problems
Symptom
Paper does not feed
Paper jams
Several sheets feed at once
Paper does not feed straight
Reason/Action
The paper is not loaded correctly. Reload the paper in the paper tray or bypass tray.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
The paper is outside the recommended specification range. Replace the paper with a
recommend size and type.
Refer to
• “3.1 About Paper” (P. 41)
The paper is damp. Replace the paper.
Refer to
• “3.1 About Paper” (P. 41)
There is paper jammed in the printer. Remove the jammed paper. Also, inspect the
inside of the printer and thoroughly remove any tape or adhesive stuck to the rollers
and other components along the paper path.
Refer to
• “5.1 When Paper Jams” (P. 66)
The printer is not level. Reposition the printer on a flat, stable surface.
Refer to
• Quick Reference Guide Safety Notes
The printer is defective. Turn off the unit, disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet,
and contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer Service Center for assistance.
5.5
Other Problems
Symptom
Unusual noises
Reason/Action
The printer is not level. Reposition the printer on a flat, stable surface.
Refer to
• Quick Reference Guide Safety Notes
The paper tray is not inserted properly. Push the paper tray completely into the printer.
There is a foreign object inside the printer. Turn off the printer and remove the foreign
object.
If you need to disassemble the printer to remove the foreign object(s), contact your
Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer Service Center for assistance.
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5.6
Error Messages
This section describes the messages displayed on the control panel.
Messages About Consumables
Message
Condition/Reason/Action
Insert Fuser
The fuser unit is either missing or not fully inserted into the printer. Contact your
Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer Service Center for assistance.
Insert Transfer Roller
The transfer roll is either missing or not fully inserted into the printer. Insert the
transfer roll.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Transfer Roll” (P. 93)
Insert Imaging Drum
The drum cartridge is either missing or not fully inserted into the printer. Insert the
drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Insert XXX.
The specified toner cartridge is either missing or not fully inserted into the printer.
Insert the specified toner cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
Remove XXX tape
The sealing tape is still on the specified toner cartridge. Pull out the specified toner
cartridge and remove the sealing tape.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
Replace Fuser
The fuser unit needs to be replaced. Contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer
Service Center for assistance.
Replace Imaging Drum
The drum cartridge needs to be replaced. Replace the drum cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Replace Transfer Roller
The transfer roll needs to be replaced. Replace the transfer roll.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Transfer Roll” (P. 93)
Replace XXX.
The specified toner cartridge needs to be replaced. Remove the specified toner
cartridge and install a new one.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
XXX
ID Error.
An unsupported toner cartridge/drum cartridge/fuser unit is installed. Replace the
specified toner cartridge, drum cartridge or contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox
Customer Service Center.
XXX
Type Error
An unsupported toner cartridge is installed. Replace the specified toner cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
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Message
XXX
Type Error
Condition/Reason/Action
An unsupported drum cartridge or fuser unit is installed. Replace the drum cartridge
or contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer Service Center.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
Ready to Print
Replace XXX
The specified toner cartridge needs to be replaced. Replace the specified toner
cartridge.
Refer to
• “Replacing the Toner Cartridges” (P. 87)
Ready to Print
Replace Fuser
The fuser unit needs to be replaced. Contact your Xerox dealer or a Xerox Customer
Service Center for assistance.
Ready to Print
The transfer roll needs to be replaced. Replace the transfer roll.
Replace
Transfer Roller
Refer to
• “Replacing the Transfer Roll” (P. 93)
Ready to Print
The drum cartridge needs to be replaced. Replace the drum cartridge.
Replace
Imaging Drum
Refer to
• “Replacing the Drum Cartridge” (P. 90)
XXX indicates any of the Yellow Toner (Y), Cyan Toner (C), Magenta Toner (M), Black Toner (K), Drum Cartridge, or Fuser
Unit.
Messages About the Printer and Other Items (In Alphabetical Order)
Message
Condition/Reason/Action
NNN-NNN
Restart Printer
Error NNN-NNN relates to printer problems. Switch off the printer, and then on.
006-370
Restart Printer
Condensation may have occurred inside the printer. Do not use the printer for more
than one hour.
016-316
Restart Printer
The additional memory module is not fully inserted into the slot. Remove the
additional memory card from the slot, and then reinsert it firmly.
Paper Jam.
Push Side Button
Paper Jam has occurred at the duplexer. Push the button B to open the front door-B
and remove any paper.
Refer to
• “Paper Jams Between the Drum Cartridge and Fuser Unit” (P. 68)
Paper Jam.
Open Front Doors
Refer toPaper Jam has occurred at the fuser. Push up the button A to open the front
door, or push the button B to open the front door-B, and then remove any paper.
Refer to
• “Paper Jams at the Fuser Unit” (P. 69)
Paper Jam.
Open Front Latch
Paper Jam has occurred at the registration unit. Push the button A to open the front
door and remove any paper.
Refer to
• “5.1 When Paper Jams” (P. 66)
Paper Jam.
Check Tray.
A paper jam occurs. Clear the paper path.
Refer to
• “5.1 When Paper Jams” (P. 66)
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Message
Condition/Reason/Action
Check Paper in MPF
Incorrect paper size is loaded in the bypass tray. Change the paper size in the
bypass tray.
Clean ADC Sensor.
The printer’s automatic density control (ADC) sensor is dirty. Clean the printer’s ADC
sensor.
Refer to
• “Cleaning the Density Sensor” (P. 106)
Close Front Door
The front door or front door-B is open. Close the front door or front door-B.
Remove Paper From Output Tray.
Too much paper is loaded in the face down tray. It is beyond the limits of its capacity.
Remove paper from the face down tray.
Check paper in xxx.
Incorrect paper size is loaded in the specified tray. xxx indicates the number of the
tray or bypass tray. Change the paper type in the specified tray.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Load yyy XXX in xxx.
Incorrect paper size is loaded in the specified tray. xxx indicates the number of the
tray or bypass tray. yyy indicates a paper size. XXX indicates the type of paper.
Load the specified paper in the specified trays.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Load YYY
yyy in a Tray.
Incorrect paper sizes are loaded in all trays. YYY indicates a paper size. yyy
indicates paper quality. Load the specified paper in all the trays.
Refer to
• “3.2 Loading Paper” (P. 47)
Out of Memory
Press Set
The printer memory is full and cannot continue processing the current print job.
• Press the <Eject/Set> button to clear the message, cancel the current print job,
and conduct the next print job, if any.
• Press the <Cancel> button to cancel the print job.
• Press the <Menu> button to open the Print Menu and delete the holding job.
• To avoid this error in the future, do the following:
• Delete unnecessary fonts, macros, and other data in printer memory.
• Install additional printer memory.
Disk Full
Press Set
RAM disk memory is full and cannot continue processing the current print job.
• Press the <Eject/Set> button to clear the message, cancel the current print job,
and conduct the next print job, if any.
• Press the <Cancel> button to cancel the print job.
• Press the <Menu> button to open the Print Menu and delete the current job.
• To avoid this error in the future, do the following:
• Reduce the number of print pages such as splitting the print data.
• Increase free memory space by deleting unnecessary data in the RAM disk.
PCL Error
Press Set
Error relating to PCL emulation problems occurs.
• Press the <Eject/Set> button to clear the message, cancel the current print job,
and conduct the next print job, if any.
• Press the <Cancel> button to cancel the print job.
Print instruction
is invalid
Press Set
When the configuration of the printer on the printer driver does not conform to the
printer you are using, this message appears.
• Press the <Cancel> button to cancel the print job.
• Make sure that the configuration of the printer on the printer driver conforms to the
printer you are using.
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Message
Ready to Print
The printer’s automatic density control (ADC) sensor needs to be checked soon.
Check the printer’s ADC sensor.
Check ADC
Sensor
Refer to
• “Cleaning the Density Sensor” (P. 106)
Ready to Print
Non-Dell Toner
5.7
The printer is in the custom toner mode. Though some of the toner cartridges reach
the end of their lives, you can continue printing.
List of Error Codes
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5.8
Network Related Troubles
Regarding troubles such as being unable to print in a network environment, refer to the
manual (HTML document) that is included in the CentreWare CD-ROM.
This section describes how to identify the cause and fix an error when a problem occurs by
using the CentreWare Internet Services and the StatusMessenger function.
When Using CentreWare Internet Services
Symptom
Cannot be connected to
CentreWare Internet Services.
Reason/Action
Is the printer working correctly?
Check if the power of the printer is switched on.
Is Internet Services enabled?
Print out the [Printer Settings] to check.
Is the URL correctly entered?
Check the URL again. If connection fails, enter the IP address to
connect.
Is the proxy server used?
Some proxy servers do not allow this feature.
Try connection without using the proxy server.
Refer to
• Online Help for web browser
The “Please wait” message is
displayed throughout the Web
browser.
Wait for a while as instructed.
If the problem persists, refresh the web browser. If nothing happens,
check if the printer is working properly.
The [Refresh] button is not
working.
Are you using the supported OS and a web browser?
Refer to “6.3 Checking / Managing the Printer Status on a Web
Browser” (P. 96) to check whether the OS and web browser youare
using are supported.
Selecting the left frame menu
does not change the display.
The screen display is distorted.
Change the window size of the web browser.
The latest information is not
displayed.
Click [Refresh].
The new settings were not
reflected by clicking the [Apply
New Settings] button.
Is the entered value correct?
If an invalid value is entered, it will be automatically changed to a
value within the range.
Cannot change settings if you
forget the password.
If you cannot remember the password, initialize the NV memory
using the [Network] menu on the control panel. However, initializing
the NV memory will revert the value for each item of the [Network]
menu to default. It is recommended to print the [Printer Settings]
and check the current settings.
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5.9
Mail Related Troubles
This section explains how to fix the troubles when the StatusMessenger features are used.
Symptom
During mail notification
services, the printer status was
not notified by e-mail.
Reason/Action
Check the following settings in [Properties] of CentreWare Internet
Services.
• Is the printer e-mail address specified?
• Is [Enable] specified for [StatusMessanger]?
• Are the SMTP server IP address and POP3 server IP address
specified correctly?
• Are the POP user name and password specified correctly?
• Are the items to be notified specified correctly?
• Are the destination e-mail addresses entered correctly?
Are the SMTP server and POP server working correctly? Check
with your network administrator.
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6.1
Replacing Consumables
The message to prompt you to replace the toner cartridge or drum cartridge is displayed on
the control panel, replace the indicated cartridge.
Note
• About the possible number of pages that can be printed with the toner cartridge or drum cartridge, refer
to “Life of Consumables” (P. 118). The possible number of pages that can be printed differs according to
factors such as the print contents, paper size, paper type, environment used, and the frequency that the
printer is switched on and off.
• Before ordering a new toner cartridge or drum cartridge from your dealer, check the product code listed
in “Appendix A.2 Optional Accessories and Consumables” (P. 116)“.
Recycling Used Consumables
The used toner cartridges and drum cartridges are recycled for environmental conservation
and effective utilization of materials. Dispose of the used toner cartridges and drum
cartridges properly. Return them to Xerox or your dealer.
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
The printer uses four toner cartridges, cyan, magenta, yellow, and black.
Caution on Handling the Toner Cartridge
When handling the toner cartridge, take note of the following points:
WARNING
• Never throw a toner cartridge into an open flame. It can cause an explosion and you can
get burnt.
• Do not reuse toner cartridges that have been removed from the printer. Doing so may
cause degradation of print quality or the toner may spill onto print jobs.
• Do not shake or pat the removed toner cartridge after you remove it. The remaining toner
may spill out.
• Although the toner is not harmful to the body, wash it off immediately if your hands or
clothes are stained with it.
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1.
Remove any paper in the face down tray.
2.
Remove the top cover.
3.
Grip the levers at the ends of the toner
cartridge that you want to replace and pull
them up.
4.
Pull out the toner cartridge.
5.
Select the new toner cartridge whose color
matches the cartridge holder and remove it
from its packaging.
6.
Shake the toner cartridge several times as
illustrated to distribute the toner evenly.
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7.
Align the toner cartridge with the
corresponding insertion point in the printer
and insert it.
8.
Grip the levers at each end of the toner
cartridge with your fingers, then push down
firmly to rotate the levers forward.
9.
Pull the toner seal straight up to remove it.
Note
• Pull the toner seal straight up. Pulling the toner seal
diagonally may tear the seal.
• If there is an interval of more than 5 seconds from
inserting the toner cartridge to pulling the toner seal,
an error message may be displayed. In this case,
repeat step 8 again or switch the printer off and then
on again.
10. Replace the top cover by inserting its front
side into the printer first.
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About the Custom Mode
The high print quality and the high speed printing of this printer are designed to be most
stabilized when genuine toner cartridges are used. Using the consumables whose
specifications differ from genuine consumables may cause degradation of printer
performance. Also, repairs that result from using consumables that are not recommended
may not be covered by warranty. When using recommended consumables, you can receive
full support in case the printer needs repairs.
It is recommended to use genuine toner cartridges to get the proper printer performance.
If you use consumables whose specifications differ from genuine consumables for any
reason, follow the procedure below to set the custom mode.
Note
• When the custom mode is selected, [Custom Toner] is displayed on the control panel.
• When returning the setting to the normal mode, select [Off] in step 3 below.
1.
Press the < > button and the <Eject/Set> button simultaneously.
2.
Make sure that [##Custom Mode] is displayed, then press the < > button or the
<Eject/Set> button.
3.
Make sure that [Custom Toner] is displayed, then press the < > or <Eject/Set>
button.
4.
Press < > button to select [On], then press the <Eject/Set> button.
5.
Press the <Menu> button.
Replacing the Drum Cartridge
This section describes procedures for handling, storing and replacing the drum cartridge.
Drum cartridge
Caution on Handling the Drum Cartridge
When handling the drum cartridge, take note of the following points:
WARNING
• Never throw a drum cartridge into an open flame. It can cause an explosion and you can
get burnt.
• Do not subject it to direct sunlight or strong light.
• Do not touch the drum surface (blue part). Make sure that nothing touches or scratches
the drum surface.
• To avoid to degradation of printing image quality, keep the drum cartridge level.
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Replacing the Drum Cartridge
Important
• Remove any print jobs from the face down tray and close the bypass tray before opening the top cover
or front door.
1.
Remove any paper in the face down tray.
2.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
3.
Press the button C and open the paper
outlet cover.
4.
Grab the drum cartridge by the handle, and
pull it up and out.
Important
• Do not touch inside the printer with your hands. Some
parts may be hot.
• Hold the handle to avoid dropping the drum cartridge.
5.
Take the new drum cartridge out of the
packaging box by holding its handle and
remove the protective cover from the drum
cartridge.
Important
• Make sure nothing touches or scratches the surface of
the light-sensitive drum (green-colored part) or the
charge roller (black-colored part). Scratches, dirt, or oil
from your hands on the surface of the light-sensitive
drum or charge roller may reduce the print quality.
• Do not expose the drum cartridge to direct sunlight or
strong light.
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6.
Holding the drum cartridge by the handle
and the flat part facing the back of the
printer, align the bosses that arrow marks
are attatched on both sides of the drum
cartridge with the slots that are indicated by
the arrow marks on the printer. Gently
lower the drum cartridge into the printer.
Important
• Lowering the drum cartridge into the printer without
correctly aligning the bosses on both sides of the drum
cartridge with the slots can damage the drum
cartridge.
7.
Pull the protective cover on the cartridge
straight up to remove it.
Note
• Do not touch the intermediate transfer roller (black
part). Make sure that nothing touches or scratches the
roller surface. Scratches or oil from your hands on the
roller deteriorates print quality.
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8.
Close the paper outlet cover.
9.
Close the front door.
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Replacing the Transfer Roll
This section describes procedures for replacing the transfer roll.
CAUTION
• Never throw a used transfer roll into a fire. It could explode resulting in burns and
injuries.
• Do not touch the edge of the plate at the upper side of the transfer roll because it is
sharp.
1.
Remove any print jobs from the face down tray, close the bypass tray cover before
opening the front door.
2.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
3.
Grip the tabs at both ends of the transfer
roll and gently lift it out of the printer.
Important
• Do not touch inside the printer with your hands. Some
parts may be hot.
4.
Unpack a new transfer roll and grip the tabs
as shown in the diagram.
5.
Align the arrow marks on the transfer roll to
the marks on the printer, and gently push
the roller into the printer.
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6.
To lock the transfer roll into the printer push
down the tabs until you hear a click.
7.
Close the front door.
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6.2
Printing Reports/Lists
This section explains the types of reports/lists and how to print them.
Types of Reports/Lists
Other than print data from the computer, this printer has the feature to print the following
reports/lists.
Reports
Description
Printer Settings
Prints status of the printer such as hardware configuration and
network information. Print this report to check whether optional
accessories have been correctly installed.
Panel Settings
Print a detailed list of all the settings on the operator panel menus.
PCL Fonts
Prints information of PCL fonts and sample of these fonts.
Job History
Prints information on printing result, such as whether data from the
computer has been printed correctly. The status of maximum 22 jobs
can be printed on the [Job History].
Use the control panel to set whether to print the [Job History]
automatically for every 22 jobs completed. For details, refer to “Auto
Log Print” (P. 59).
Error History
Prints information of up to the latest 42 errors that occurred in this
printer.
PostScript (PS) Fonts
Prints information of PostScript fonts and sample of these fonts.
Demo page
T.B.D.
Stored Documents
Prints a list of documents stored in the printer when using the secure
print/sample print/delayed print feature. This list can be printed when
the internal hard disk (optional) has been installed.
Refer to
• “2.4 Printing Confidential Document - Secure Print” (P. 27)
• “2.5 Print After Checking Printing Result - Sample Print” (P. 30)
Note
• The reports and lists are printed in English.
Printing Reports/Lists
Print the report/list by operating the control panel.
Important
• When optional tray modules are installed, load A4 size paper into Tray 1.
1.
Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen.
2.
Press the < > or < > button until [Report/List] is displayed, then press the < > or
<Eject/Set> button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until the desired report/list is displayed, then press the
<Eject/Set> button.
The selected report/list will be printed.
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6.3
Checking / Managing the Printer Status on
a Web Browser
When the printer is installed in a TCP/IP environment, you can check printer status and
configure settings using a web browser on a network computer.
This feature is known as CentreWare Internet Services.
You can also check the remaining volume of consumables and paper loaded in this printer
via CentreWare Internet Services.
Click the desired
item to display its
status.
Note
• When using this printer as a local printer, you cannot use CentreWare Internet Services. For details
about checking the status of the local printer, refer to “6.4 Checking Printer Status via Status Monitor”
(P. 101).
Settings for CentreWare Internet Services
This section explains the environment and settings required for using CentreWare Internet
Services.
Computer OSs
• MicrosoftR WindowsR 98 Operating System
• MicrosoftR WindowsR Me Operating System
• MicrosoftR WindowsNTR Workstation 4.0 (ServicePack 4 or later)
• MicrosoftR WindowsNTR Server 4.0 (ServicePack 4 or later)
• MicrosoftR WindowsR 2000 Professional
• MicrosoftR WindowsR 2000 Server
• MicrosoftR WindowsR XP Professional
• MicrosoftR WindowsR XP Home Edition
• MicrosoftR WindowsR Server 2003
• Mac OS 9
• Mac OS X
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Browsers
The following browsers can be used for CentreWare Internet Services.
• Netscape Communicator 4.7, Netscape 7
• Internet Explorer ver6.0
Web Browser Settings for CentreWare Internet Services
You are recommended to bypass the proxy server and specify the printer’s address directly
when using the CentreWare Internet Services.
Note
• Specifying the printer’s address via the proxy server may slow down the response or disable the display
of the screen.
• For details on the settings, refer to the Online Help for your web browser.
You can change the display language with the display language setting in the web browser.
Note
• For details, refer to your browser’s online help.
Setting the Printer
To use CentreWare Internet Services, IP address of this printer must be set and
[InternetServices] activated (default: [Enable]). When [InternetServices] is disabled, set it to
[Enable] on the control panel.
Refer to
• “Protocol” (P. 57)
Procedure
To use CentreWare Internet Services, follow the procedures below to activate the web
browser.
1.
2.
Activate the computer and web browser.
At the address column of the web browser, enter the IP address or URL of the printer
and then press the <Enter> key.
• Example of an URL entry
• Example of an IP address entry
Note
• When specifying port number, add “:” and “80” (default port number) after the address. The port number
can be changed under [Properties] > [Protocol Settings] > [HTTP] of the CentreWare Internet Services.
When connecting to CentreWare Internet Services from the web browser after changing the port
number, add the port number after “:” in the address.
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The CentreWare Internet Services screen appears.
Changing the Network Settings
You can set this printer to be used as a network printer in the [Properties] tab.
However, the administrator mode is set in CentreWare Internet Services as a default. To
specify the settings, you need the administrator’s name and a password.
Important
• The administrator name is “admin” and the password is “x-admin” as default settings. When you use
CentreWare Internet Services, be sure to change the default password. You can change the
administrator’s name and the password at [Properties] > [Internet Services Settings].
Using Online Help
For details regarding the items that can be set in each screen, click the [Help] button to
display the Online Help.
Note
• Clicking the [Help] button displays the online manual on Xerox’s website.
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IP Filter Feature via IP Address List
This feature allows you to register the IP addresses of computers that can be used in this
printer. This will limit IP address used for receiving print data.
1.
Click [Properties] in CentreWare Internet Services.
2.
Click [Protocol Settings] > [LPD] from the left menu.
3.
Click [IP Filter].
4.
Enter values between 0 and 255 for the IP address you want to filter. Then, Select the
type of filter from [Permit], [Reject], and [Disabled]. The “*” is added to the current
setting. Refer to the example of the next paragraph.
5.
When you finish making the settings, click [Apply New Settings] at the bottom of the
right frame to restart the printer.
Note
• Click [Restore Settings] to restore the old settings from before changes were made.
• Input the administrator’s name and password when the message that prompts you to input them, then
click [OK].
„ Example of the IP Filter Setting
You can register up to five IP addresses and the addresses have priority from the top. To
set multiple filters, set IP address in descending order from the address with the narrower
range.
1.
To receive the print data only from a specified user (IP address: 192.169.100.10)
2.
To reject the print data only from a specified user (IP address: 192.169.100.50)
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When receiving print data from specified network address (192.168), and the print
data from a part of the network address (192.168.200) are rejected, and specified
user (IP address: 192.168.200.10) in the rejected network address is permitted to
print.
6.4
Checking Printer Status via Status
Monitor
Status Monitor is a tool to check the status of print jobs and the printer from your computer.
This tool can be installed on your computer from the CentreWare CD-ROM.
Note
• For details about installing the Status Monitor, refer to the ReadMe file from the product information
(HTML document) on the CentreWare CD-ROM.
You can use the following Status Monitor functions.
• When an error occurs on the printer while processing a print job, a dialog box opens to
and describes the problem on the computer’s monitor.
• An icon to check the printer’s status is displayed at the lower right corner of the taskbar.
• You can check the paper size that is loaded into the trays, the status of the output tray,
and the remaining amount of consumables such as toner/drum cartridges on the following
window.
Note
• The status of the printer on the network can be checked by starting CentreWare Internet Services from
this tool.
• For details about the functions of the Status Monitor, refer to the Online Help for Status Monitor.
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6.5
Checking Printer Status via E-mail
About Mail Notice Service
When connected in a network environment where sending and receiving of e-mails is
possible, this printer can send an e-mail with the following report to a specified e-mail
address.
• The network settings and the printer status
• The error status which has occurred on the printer
This feature is known as StatusMessenger feature.
Example of an e-mail sent from the printer
Settings for StatusMessenger Feature
To use the StatusMessenger feature, settings on the network and e-mail environment are
required. Check with your network administrator whether these settings are completed.
Network Environment
• Register user account
Setting the E-mail Environment (at This Printer)
Activate CentreWare Internet Services and set Port Status, Machine E-Mail Address and
mail server.
Configure the following items according to your e-mail environment under [Properties].
Note
• After configuring the settings, always click [Apply New Settings] and switch off/on the printer to reboot.
• For details about each item, refer to the Online Help for CentreWare Internet Services.
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Item
Item to be
configured
Port Status
StatusMessenger
Select [Enable].
Protocol Settings
> SMTP/POP3
Device E-mail
Address, SMTP
Server Address,
POP3 Server
Address, POP User
Name, POP User
Password, APOP
Setting
Select appropriate settings for sending and receiving
e-mail.
Transport Protocol
Select appropriate settings for using TCP/IP protocol.
Permitted E-mail
Address
When setting the permission for e-mail for checking
information and changing the settings, input the e-mail
address that is permitted to receive the e-mail. If no
address is input here, the printer receives e-mails from
all users.
Password
When setting the password for access to the printer
(both read only and read/write), check the [Enable
Password] check box to set the password.
StatusMessenger
Set the e-mail address to which notices about changes
in printer status or errors are sent. Also set the contents
of the notices, and time interval to send the e-mail.
Description
Setting the Printer Driver Properties (at the Computer)
Configure the following settings in the properties of the PCL printer driver in order to receive
e-mails regarding print job results. This section explains the procedure using Windows XP
as an example.
1.
Click [Start] on the taskbar, then select [Printers and Faxes].
2.
Click the icon of this printer, and then select [Properties] from the [File] menu.
3.
Click [Printer Settings] on the [General] tab.
The [Printer Settings] dialog box appears.
4.
Click the [Advanced] tab.
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5.
Select the [Notify Job End by E-mail] check box.
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6.
Enter the e-mail address for notification in [E-mail Address].
7.
Click [OK].
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6.6
Checking Printed Pages
This section explains how to check the total number of printed pages.
Checking Total Printed Pages on Meter
The total number of printed pages for different meters can be checked on the display of the
control panel.
The meter is divided according to the color modes.
Meter 1
Black/White Printing
Meter 2
Normally not used.
Meter 3
Color printing
Note
• When printing color data, that has been converted by using ICC profile on an application, with the
[##Color (JidouHanbetsu)] setting, the data is printed by color even if it seems to be black and white data
on the monitor.
• When doing duplex printing, a blank page may be inserted automatically depending on the settings on
the application. In this case, the blank page is counted as one page.
The following procedure shows how to check the meter.
1.
Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen.
2.
Press the < > or < > button until [Meter] is displayed and then press the < > or
<Eject/Set> button.
3.
Press the < > or < > button until the desired meter is displayed.
4.
After checking, press the <Menu> button.
Checking Total Printed Pages on Print Meter Report
The [##Print Meter Report] allows you to check the total printed pages and total number of
sheets used in this printer according to different paper sizes.
Refer to
• How to print reports and lists: “Printing Reports/Lists” (P. 95)
Print Results From the Print Meter Report
T.B.D.
How to Print the Print Meter Report
T.B.D.
Initializing Print Meter Data
T.B.D.
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6.7
Cleaning the Printer
This section describes how to clean the printer in order to maintain it in good condition and
print clean printouts all the time.
CAUTION
• Be sure to switch off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the
machine for cleaning, maintenance, or fault clearance. Access to a live machine’s
interior can cause electric shock.
Cleaning the Exterior
Clean the exterior of the printer about once a month. Wipe the parts with a wet but
wellwrung soft cloth. Then wipe with another dry soft cloth. For stubborn stains, moisten a
soft cloth with a small amount of neutral detergent, and gently wipe the stain off.
Important
• Do not spray the detergent directly on the printer. The liquid detergent may enter the printer through a
gap and cause problems. Never use cleaning agents other than water or neutral detergent.
Cleaning the Interior
After clearing paper jams or replacing the drum cartridge or toner cartridges, inspect the
inside of the printer before closing the printer covers.
CAUTION
• Never touch a labeled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a sheet
of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, do not try to remove it by yourself to avoid
injuries or burns. Doing so can cause injuries or burns. Switch off the machine
immediately, and contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
• Remove any remaining pieces of paper.
• Remove any dust or stains with a dry clean cloth.
Cleaning the Density Sensor
When the printer’s density sensor is dirty, follow the procedure below to clean it.
CAUTION
• Do not touch the edge of the plate at the upper side of the transfer roll because it is
sharp.
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1.
Turn off the printer.
2.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
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3.
Grip the tabs at both ends of the transfer
roll and gently lift it out of the printer.
Note
• Do not touch inside the printer with your hands. Some
parts may be hot. Allow time for the printer to cool
before attempting to remove parts in this area.
4.
Gently wipe the density sensor window with
a clean dry cloth or cotton swab.
Note
• Do not allow anything hard to come in contact with the
density sensor window. Do not use excessive force to
clean the window.
5.
Replace the transfer roll. Grip the tabs as
shown in the diagram.
6.
Align the arrow marks on the transfer roll to
the marks on the printer, and gently push
the roller into the printer.
7.
To lock the transfer roll into the printer push
down the tabs until you hear a click.
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8.
Close the front door.
9.
Turn on the printer.
Cleaning the Drum Cartridge
When the colored dots appears on the printed paper at regular intervals (about 30 mm),
clean the drum cartridge as following procedure.
Note
• Remove any print jobs from the face down tray, close the bypass tray cover before opening the front
door.
1.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door.
2.
Push the button C and open the paper
outlet cover.
3.
Grab the drum cartridge by the handle, and
pull it up and out.
CAUTION
• Do not touch inside the printer with your
hands. Some parts may be hot. Allow time for
the printer to cool before attempting to
remove parts in this area.
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4.
Place the drum cartridge next to the print
sample on which the colored dots appear to
find the part that needs to be cleaned.
1
2
3
Note
• You must find the part to be cleaned yourself.
• The illustration shows the parts, one to four, to be
cleaned.
• To prevent the light-sensitive drum being
overexposed, do the operation quickly.
5.
Align the colored dots printed on the print
sample with the corresponding part of the
drum cartridge. 1 indicates the lateral
position of the colored dots. 2 indicates the
color of the colored dots.
Note
• The graphic shows an example with magenta colored
dots.
6.
Determine the position where colored dots
were printed. Then turn the gray-colored
part on the charge roll (black-colored roller)
by rolling it with your finger on its left side to
find the dirt.
7.
Clean any dirt from the roller.
4
1
Y
M
C
2
K
Note
• Use a soft cloth, such as cotton for cleaning.
• Make sure nothing touches or scratches the surface of
the light-sensitive drum (green-colored roller) or the
charge roll (black-colored roller).
8.
Replace the drum cartridge. Holding the
drum cartridge by the handle with the flat
part facing the back of the printer, align the
plastic guides on both sides of the drum
cartridge with the slots in front of the arrows
on the printer.
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9.
Close the paper outlet cover.
10. Close the front door.
6.8
When Moving the Printer
Carry out the following procedure when moving the printer.
CAUTION
• The machine, without the optional accessories, paper trays, consumables and paper,
weighs 31.5 kg. When moving the equipment, make sure that there are two or more
persons carrying it.
• When lifting the machine, be sure to observe the following points. Failure to do so may
cause the machine to fall and result in injuries.
Two persons, one facing the front of the machine (control panel) and the other facing the
back, should firmly grip the recessed areas on the bottom part of both sides of the
machine. Never try to lift the machine by gripping any other areas.
Important
• The front side of this printer is heavier than the rear. Take note of this difference in weight when moving
the printer.
• If the 550 sheet feeder (optional) has been installed, uninstall it before moving the printer. If these are
not fixed securely to the printer, they may fall to the ground and cause injuries. For details on how to
uninstall the optional accessories, refer to the each manual that is bundled with each accessory.
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1.
On the right side of the printer, press <{>
on the power switch to turn off the printer.
2.
Disconnect the power cord, interface cable,
and any other cables.
WARNING
• To prevent electric shock, never touch the
power plug with wet hands.
CAUTION
• When removing the power cord, make sure
that you pull the plug and not the cord. Pulling
the cord can damage it, which can lead to fire
or electrical shock.
3.
Remove any paper in the face down tray
and return the paper stopper to its original
position, if it is extended.
4.
Remove any paper in the bypass tray.
Keep the paper wrapped and away from
humidity and dirt.
5.
Pull out the paper tray from the printer and
remove any paper in the tray. Keep the
paper wrapped and away from humidity
and dirt.
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6.
Push up the button A and fully open the
front door, then press the button C and
open the paper outlet cover.
7.
Grab the drum cartridge by the handle, and
pull it up and out.
Important
• Do not touch inside the printer with your hands. Some
parts may be hot.
8.
Close the paper outlet cover and the front
door.
9.
Lift the printer and move it gently. If the
printer is to be moved over a long distance,
pack it inside a box.
10. After transporting the printer, adjust the color registration before using it.
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Appendix
A.1
Specifications
Product Specifications
Item
Contents
Machine type
Desktop
Printing system
Laser xerography
Fusion method
Heat roller (oil-less)
Warm-up time
25 seconds or less (when power is switched on, temperature: 22 °C)
However, the printer’s electrical system is ready 10 seconds after
switching on the printer.
Continuous print speed*1
Color:
1 sided print: 25 sheets/min*2, 2 sided print: xx sheets/
min*3
Black-and-white: 1 sided print: 35 sheets/min*2, 2 sided print: xx.x
sheets/min*3
Important
*1
The print speed may decrease due to paper type such as
transparency or envelope; size, and printing conditions. The print
speed may decrease due to image quality adjustment.
*2
Continuous print speed of documents that are all in A4.
*3
Continuous print speed of documents in A4.
Resolution
1200 dots/25.4 mm and 600 dots/25.4 mm (switching method)
Gradation
256 gradations for each color (16.7 million color)
Paper size
Bypass tray:
A4, B5, A5, Legal (8.5 × 14"), Legal (8.5 × 13"), Letter (8.5 × 11"),
Executive (7.25 × 10.5"), envelopes (Monarch, Commercial #10,
DL, C5)
Custom (90 × 139.7 - 215.9 × 355.6 mm)
Tray module:
A4, B5, A5, Letter (8.5 × 11"), Executive (7.25 × 10.5")
Duplex printing:
A4, B5, A4, A4, B4, A3, Legal (8.5 × 14"), Legal (8.5 × 13"),
Letter (8.5 × 11"), Executive (7.25 × 10.5")
Imageless width: Top/bottom edge 4 mm, Both edges 4 mm
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Item
Paper type
Contents
Bypass tray:
Plain paper (60 - 80 g/m2), bond paper (81 - 105 g/m2),
heavyweight paper (106 - 216 g/m2),
coated paper (105 - 216 g/m2), transparencies (for monochrome
printing), labels, envelopes, postcards
Tray module:
Plain paper (60 - 80 g/m2), bond paper (81 - 105 g/m2)
Duplex printing:
Plain paper (60 - 80 g/m2), bond paper (81 - 105 g/m2)
Important
• Use recommended paper. Printing cannot be done normally
depending on paper types. Do not use paper made exclusively for
ink jet printers. Postcards made from recycled paper cannot be
used. Printing on paper which has been printed on previously may
cause degradation of quality.
Paper supply
(P paper)
Standard:
Bypass tray: 150 sheets
Paper tray: 550 sheets
Optional:
550 sheet feeder: 550 sheets
1100 sheet feeder: 1100 sheets
Up to maximum 2350 sheets when the sheet feeders are added to
the standard configuration.
Face down tray capacity
(P paper)
Standard: About 250 sheets (face down)
CPU
XXXXXXXXXX
Memory capacity
Standard: 64 MB, 1 memory slot (1 empty slot)
Optional: 128/256/512 MB additional memory (maximum 576 MB)
Important
• Printing quality may not be guaranteed depending on the types
and contents of the print data even if the amount of memory
described above is installed.
Page description language
Standard: HBPL
Supported OS *1
Windows 98/Me, Windows NT 4.0 (SP4 or later), Windows
2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Mac OS 9, Mac OS
X, Linux RedHat 8/9, SuSE 8/9/9.1
Important
*1
Interface
Refer to the Xerox web site for information about the latest
supported OS.
Standard: Bi-directional parallel (IEEE1284),
Ethernet 100Base-TX/10Base-T *1, USB 2.0
Important
*1
Supported protocol
Can add the available protocols by installing the network
extension card.
TCP/IP (LPD, Port9100, IPP, SNMP, HTML/HTTP, DHCP, FTP),
SMB, NetWare*1 (PServer)
Important
*1
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The NetWare is scheduled to be supported in the spring of 2005.
Item
Contents
Power source
AC 100 - 127 V±10% or AC 220 - 240 V±10%, 15 A, 50/60 Hz (both)
Important
* Recommended AC outlet capacity. Maximum power current of
the machine is 7.0 A (110 - 127 V model) or 4.0 A (220 - 240 V
model).
Operating noise
Working: 6.3B, 55 dB(A) or less
Waiting: 4.0B, 24 dB(A) or less
Important
* Based on ISO9296
Unit B: Sound power level
Unit dB (A): Sound pressure emission level (bystander position)
Power consumption
Maximum: 900 W, Sleep mode: 5 W or less
Avalage: Waiting xxx W,
Continuous color printing: xxx W,
Continuous monochrome printing: xxx W
Important
* In low power mode 1: 30 W
(This printer does not use electric power when the power is turned
off even if the printer is connected to an AC outlet.)
Dimensions
425 (W) × 425 (D) × 436 (H) mm
Weight
Printer:
31.5 kg (not including drum cartridge)
550 sheet feeder (optional): 6.3 kg
1100 sheet feeder (optional): 17.6 kg
Printable Area
Top edge 4 mm
Unprintable area
Printable area
Left 4 mm
Right 4 mm
Bottom edge 4 mm
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A.2
Optional Accessories and Consumables
Optional Accessories
The main optional accessories are as follows. Contact our Customer Support Center or your
dealers to order these.
Product name
Product
code
128 MB memory
256 MB memory
Reference
The additional memory may be necessary
when you print color documents that have a
large amount of data, such as complicated
graphics. You can install additional memory
that complies with the following specifications.
• 144-pin, SO-DIMM, Non-ECC
• PC133, CL=2 or 3
512 MB memory
EL300452
550 sheet feeder
EL300447
Paper tray that can be loaded up to 550
sheets of standard paper (XC-4200DP).
Load directly beneath the printer as tray 2.
1100 sheet feeder
EL300448
Paper tray that can be loaded up to 550
sheets of standard paper (XC-4200DP) for
each tray.
Load directly beneath the printer as tray 2/3 or
below the 550 sheet feeder as tray 3/4.
Internal Hard Disk
EL300449
Allows you to use Secure Print and Sample
Print features. The additional memory
(optional) must be installed to use this
accessory.
The product type and code is as of January 2005.
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Consumables
This section explains how to handle the types of consumables. For details on the
replacement procedure of the consumables, refer to the procedure listed in the packaging
box of the consumables and “6.1 Replacing Consumables” (P. 87).
Important
• If you are not using the consumables recommended by our company, the performance of the machine
may not be at its optimum level. Use the consumables recommended for this product.
Types of Consumables
Types of consumables
Product code
Form
Toner cartridge [K]
CT
1 unit per box
Toner cartridge [C]
CT
1 unit per box
Toner cartridge [M]
CT
1 unit per box
Toner cartridge [Y]
CT
1 unit per box
Drum cartridge (Including cleaning pad)
CT
1 unit per box
Retard roll
1 unit per box
Transfer roll
1 unit per box
Handling Consumables
• Do not store the consumables with the packaging box standing on end.
• Before using the consumables/maintenance products, do not open the packaging and
avoid storing them in the following locations:
• Locations with high temperature and humidity
• Locations near open flame
• Locations with direct exposure to sunlight
• Dusty locations
• Read the handling instructions on the packaging box or container carefully before using
the consumables.
• It is recommended to keep some spares of the consumables.
• Check the product codes of the consumables first before contacting our Customer
Support Center or your dealers to order.
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A.3
Life of Consumables and Regular
Replacement Parts
Life of Consumables
Product name
Possible number of pages printed
Toner cartridge [K]
About 9,000 sheets
Toner cartridge [C] [M] [Y]
About 8,000 sheets
Drum cartridge (Including the toner collection cartridge)
About 35,000 sheets
Retard roll
About 100,000 sheets
Retard roll (Bypass tray)
About 90,000 sheets
Transfer roll
About 35,000 sheets
Important
• The possible number of pages that can be printed with the toner cartridge is the number of pages printed
continuously at a print ratio of 5% using A4 size paper. The replacement cycle varies according to the
conditions of use.
• The possible number of pages that can be printed of the drum cartridge is based on the continuous
printing on A4 size paper with a print ratio of 5%, the color and monochrome ratio is 50:50, and printing
four pages at one time in average. The possible number of pages that can be printed differs according to
factors such as the print contents, paper size, paper type, environment used, and the frequency that the
printer is turned on and off.
Life of Regular Replacement Parts
Product name
Fuser unit (220 V) / (100 V)
Possible number of pages printed
About 100,000 sheets
Note
• The number of sheets listed under lifespan is the number of pages that can be printed continuously
using A4 size paper.
• As the lifespan differs according to factors such as the print contents, paper size, paper type,
environment used, and the frequency of switching on/off the power to the printer, think of it as a
guideline.
• Service engineer will replace the regular replacement parts.
Functional Parts
Our company will keep the functional parts (parts essential for the machine functions) of the
printer for replacement for 7 years after we have stopped manufacturing it.
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A.4
How to Obtain Product Information
Latest Printer Driver
You can download the latest printer driver from the web site of our company.
Note
• Please take note that the communication cost will be borne by the customers.
1.
Click [About] on the [##Detailed Settings] tab of the printer properties dialog box.
2.
Click the [##Fuji Xerox Web Site] button.
The web browser will be activated and the website displayed.
3.
Following the instruction, download the corresponding printer driver.
Note
• By using the CD-ROM of the CentreWare bundled with this printer you can also refer to our company’s
web site. Click [Home page] on the menu used for installations.
• The address (URL) of the download service page of our company is as follows:
http://download.fujixerox.co.jp/
• For details on the latest printer driver features, refer to the Online Help for the printer driver.
• Using the tool to install the driver of the CentreWare EasyOperator the latest printer driver is
automatically downloaded when your driver is older than the driver that can be obtained from our
company’s web site. Refer to the HTML manual in the CD-ROM of the CentreWare bundled with this
printer for details on the procedure to upgrade.
Upgrading the Firmware Version of This Printer
Our company provides the tool to upgrade the version of the software built into this printer
(known as firmware) from the computer.
The latest firmware and upgrade utility can be obtained from the web site address (URL)
listed below.
Download the corresponding firmware by following the instructions on the web site.
http://www.fxap.com.sg/suppdrv.jsp
Note
• Please take note that the communication cost will be borne by the customers.
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A.5
Glossary
100BASE-TX
An extension of 10BASE-T and a predominant form of FastEthernet. Its transmission speed
is 100 Mbps, a great jump in speed from 10 Mbps of 10BASE-T.
10BASE-T
The 10Base-T system uses a twisted-pair cable, base band transmission and operates at
10 Mbps. It is one of the IEEE802.3 standard for Local Area Networks (LAN).
Address
Information (unique identifier) that is assigned to recognize nodes (each computer or
terminal) on the network. Individually assigned location of data in a memory is also called
address.
Application software
Software that acts as a tool to carry out operations on the computer. There are many types
of application software available, such as word processors, spreadsheets, graphics
software, and databases.
Bi-directional communication
Communication between two machines, mutual sending and receiving of information with
each other. By bi-directional communication, you can send print data from the computer as
well as send information, such as print status from the printer to the computer.
Browser
Software to display and view at your computer, information on the Internet. Typical
browsers include Netscape Communicator and Internet Explorer.
CD-ROM
A compact disc (CD) with data such as software and graphics stored to be used by a
computer.
Click
To press the mouse button once and then release. In this manual, clicking the left mouse
button is known as “click” and clicking the right mouse button is known as “right-click”.
To press the mouse button twice quickly and then release is known as “double-click”.
Collate
When printing multiple copies, the outputting of each set in the sequence of pages 1, 2,
3,...1, 2, 3... is known as “collating”.
Default
Settings made during factory shipment and NV memory initialization.
DHCP
Abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a protocol that automatically
allocates IP address from DHCP server to DHCP client.
DNS
Abbreviation of Domain Name System, a data query service chiefly used on the Internet for
translating host names into Internet addresses.
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dpi
Abbreviation of dot per inch, a unit expressing the number of dots that can be printed in a
width of 1 inch (about 25.4 mm). Used as a unit expressing resolution.
Driver
A device to spin the disk. Types of drivers available include floppy disk drive, CD-ROM
drive, and hard disk drive.
Font
Style of typeface and characters. Refers to one set of characters with similar designs.
FQDN
Abbreviation of Fully Qualified Domain Name, the full name of a system, consisting of its
local host name and its domain name in a TCP/IP network.
G.S.M.
Weight of a 1 m2 sheet of paper.
Gradation
The smoothness between colors. It is expressed in gradation value by the number of steps
of gradation, and the greater the value, the smoother it is.
HTTP
A protocol used to communicate with WWW server over the Internet.
Install
To incorporate software or hardware into the computer and peripherals to make it useable.
It can be used to describe incorporating software such as printer driver into the computer
system as well as incorporating the network extension card into the printer.
In this manual, install is mainly used to describe incorporating software into the computer.
Interface
The part that connects different systems (series). It is often used when describing the
connection between computer and printer as well as between human and machine.
In interface specifications, especially electrical specifications, it is also simply known as
interface.
Interface cable
Cable for mutually connecting multiple machines together.
The types of cables available are parallel cable or USB cable (for directly connecting printer
and personal computer), and Internet cable (for connecting printer to network).
IP address
An address for a computer or device on a TCP/IP network. The format of an IP address is
a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods.
IPP
A protocol for printing using HTTP.
Job
A series of processes carried out by the computer. For example, processing the printing of
one file is known as one print job. Canceling and outputting of printing are carried out in this
unit of job.
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Local printer
In this manual, a printer that is directly connected to a computer via parallel or USB cables
is known as a “local printer”.
Login
A state where you can access resources (such as network hard disk or printers) on the
computer system. Ending a login session is known as “log out”.
Multiple Up
A feature to print multiple pages on a piece of paper.
NetWare
A network OS developed by Novell.
Network path
The route to a computer or file on the “network”.
It is used in cases as such when specifying a server name.
Network printer
In this manual, a printer that is connected to the network via Ethernet cables is known as a
“network printer”.
Online Help
Manual displayed on the computer screen.
OS
Abbreviation of Operating System, a software that controls and manages the basic activities
of the hardware and software of the computer. It is a base to operate other software, such
as application software.
Parallel interface
One data transmission method between the computer and peripherals. Transmit multiple
bits of data simultaneously. A typical parallel interface is the Centronics, which is used to
connect between the computer and the peripherals, such as the printer.
PDF File
In this manual, PDF file refers to the online document created by Acrobat, a software
developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States. To display a PDF file, you
need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.
Port
Connection that allows the computer and the peripherals to exchange information.
Port9100
A network communication method able to send data on Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows
Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. For Windows 95/Windows 98/
Windows Me, the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility (Utility software is supplied by Fuji Xerox) must
be installed.
For Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, Port9100 can be used on the
standard TCP/IP port monitor.
Printable area
Area of a sheet of paper that can actually be printed on.
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Printer driver
Software that converts data created by application software to data that can be interpreted
by the printer.
Protocol
An agreed-upon format for transmitting data between multiple devices and the computer
system. It is an agreed procedure to transfer information between hardware or
communicate between two network computers.
Resolution
Describes the fineness of graphics. Normally, it is expressed in number of dots per inch
(unit: dpi) and the greater this value, the higher is the resolution.
Server
A computer that stores information on the network and provides a service to other
computers.
Conversely, a computer that requests services from the server is known as a “client”.
SMB
A network communication method able to send data on Windows network (Microsoft
network). It can be used on Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows NT 4.0/
Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003.
SNMP
A protocol that manages devices connected to the network. SNP works through the SNMP
manager and SNMP agents.
SNMP manager is software that manages devices, and SNMP agents are the devices that
are managed.
Software
Program to operate the computer. Software includes the OS as well as application software.
TCP/IP
A network protocol developed by DARPANET (Defense Advanced Research Project
Agency NetWork). It is a standard Internet protocol that is used in various products from
personal to large computers.
USB
Abbreviation of Universal Serial Bus, a data transmission method between the computer
and peripherals. It supports the Hot Plug feature (allows connection to be made with power
switched on) that can connect the computer and peripherals easily.
Web screen
In this manual, the screen that displays data using the web browser is known as the web
screen.
WINS
Abbreviation of Windows Internet Name Services, a system that determines the IP address
associated with a network computer in TCP/IP environment.
WWW
Abbreviation of World Wide Web. The system that provides web sites on the Internet.
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Index
Symbols, Numerics
D
< > < > < > < > buttons . . . . . . . . . . 14, 63
Additional memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Delayed Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Drum cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 117
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Replacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
B
E
Before treating the problem as a machine
breakdown → Troubleshooting
Button A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Button B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Button C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Bypass tray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
<Eject/Set> button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 63
E-mail Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Error History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
<Error> indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
About consumables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
About the printer and other items . . . . . . . . 82
A
C
<Cancel Job> button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Canceling Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
CentreWare Internet Services
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Setting for CentreWare Internet Services
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Using Online Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
When Using CentreWare Internet Services
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Checking / Managing the Printer Status on a Web
Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Checking Printed Pages
How to check the meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Checking Printer Status via E-mail . . . . . . . . 102
Checking Printer Status via E-mail
→ StatusMessenger feature
Checking Printerd Pages
Meter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Checking Status of Print Data . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cleaning the Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Density sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Drum cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Exterior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Interior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Configuring optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . 19
Consumables
Life of Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Replacement procedure of the consumables
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Types of Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 14, 52
Control panel setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Changing menu settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Description of Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Initializing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Custom mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Custom size paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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F
Face down tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Front door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Functional Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Fuser unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 118
G
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
H
How to check the meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
L
LCD display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading Envelopes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
In the bypass tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
In the paper tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading envelopes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading Envelopes/Transparencies . . . . . .
Loading transparencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Long paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14
84
50
47
48
47
21
21
22
24
M
<Menu> button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 63
Moving the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
O
<On Line> button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Online Help (CentreWare Internet Services)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Online Help (printer driver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Optional 1100 sheet feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Optional 550 sheet feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Optional Accesorries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Options tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Other Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Unusual noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
P
Paper
Paper that can be set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Storing and handling paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Unusable paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Usable Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Paper jams → When paper jams
Paper outlet cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Paper stopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Paper Transport Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Paper does not feed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Paper does not feed straight. . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Several sheets feed at once . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Paper tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Paper type
Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Parallel port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Power cord connector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Power Problems
Condensation has occurred inside the printer
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Light of <Error> indicator is blinking . . . . . . 75
Light of <Error> indicator is on . . . . . . . . . . 74
Multiple paper are fed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
No power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Paper cannot be fed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Paper is fed at an angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Paper is wrinkled. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Paper jam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Print job sent but the light of the <Ready>
indicator is not blinking or on . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Strange noise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
The light of the <Ready> indicator is on and
blinking but there is no print output. . . . . . . 75
Top section of printed document is missing
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
<Power Saver> button/indicator . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Power Saver Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Exiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Power switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Powr Problems
Cannot print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Print Quality Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Black spots or streaks are printed. . . . . . . . 77
Color is out of alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Dirt appears at equal intervals . . . . . . . . . . 77
Missing characters throughout the length of the
paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Nothing is printed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Paper is smeared with toner . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Printed image smudges when rubbed with your
finger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Printing is light (faded, blurred) . . . . . . . . . . 77
Spots of missing text. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Text is blurred . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Text or images are printed at an angle . . . . 79
The toner is not fixed on the paper . . . . . . . 78
The whole piece of paper is printed black
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Transparencies and envelopes are not printed
clearly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
White dots appear in black filled areas . . . . 78
Print the job forcibly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Printer Driver
Downloading the latest printer driver. . . . . 119
Printer driver
Displaying the Online Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Printer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Printing
From web browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Printing from the computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Printing on Custom Size Paper/Long Paper
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Printing on Envelopes/Transparensies . . . . 21
Reports/Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Printing Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
R
<Ready> indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Regular Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Replacing consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Drum cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Toner cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Transfer roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Reports/Lists
Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Retard roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
S
Sample Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Secure Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting Custom Paper Sizes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Setting Paper Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
setting permitted domain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
StatusMessenger feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Switching off the power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Switching on the power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
T
TIFF file. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 39
Toner cartridge [C] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Toner cartridge [K] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Toner cartridge [M] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Toner cartridge [Y] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Toner cartridges
Replacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Top cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Transfer roll. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 117
Replacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66, 74
Mail Related Troubles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Network Related Troubles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Other Problems → Other Problems
Index
125
Paper transport problems → Paper Transport
Problems
Poor print quality → Print Quality Problems
Types of Reports/Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
U
Upgrading
Firmware version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Printer driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
USB port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
V
Ventilation hole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 13
W
When paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
At the fuser unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
At the paper inverter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Between the drum cartridge and fuser unit
..................................
In the bypass tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
In the optional sheet feeder . . . . . . . . . . . .
In the standard tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When long paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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