Canon im2520f User manual

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im2520f
User Manual
Basic Operations
2
Introduction
Available Features
Before Making Copies
Basic Copy Operations
Copy Paper
Original Documents
Specifying Copy Settings
Touch Panel Messages
Troubleshooting
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Contents
Contents
The following items are written under “Basic Operations”. Read “Advanced Operations” and “Fax Operations” for all other items.
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Introduction
1.1
Introduction ...................................................................................1-2
Structure of the Manual...................................................................1-2
1.2
Explanation of Manual Conventions ...........................................1-3
1.3
Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols ............................1-4
“Width” and “Length” .......................................................................1-4
Lengthwise ......................................................................................1-4
Crosswise........................................................................................1-4
Portrait and Landscape ...................................................................1-5
Display Icons...................................................................................1-5
Paper Supply Icons .........................................................................1-5
1.4
Components and Their Functions...............................................1-6
1.5
Part Names and Their Functions .................................................1-9
Main Unit .........................................................................................1-9
Options..........................................................................................1-12
Fax Option Names and Functions.................................................1-15
Available Features
2.1
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Useful Operations .........................................................................2-2
Copying a Book or Magazine ..........................................................2-2
Copying to Form a Booklet..............................................................2-5
Automatically Stapling Pages While Copying .................................2-7
Printing Multiple Copies of Tickets ..................................................2-9
Copying While Erasing an Area Around the Document ...............2-13
Reducing Paper Usage .................................................................2-15
Reducing Electricity Usage ...........................................................2-17
Before Making Copies
3.1
Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions ..................3-2
3.2
Checking the Settings ..................................................................3-4
To check the settings ......................................................................3-4
To change the settings....................................................................3-5
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User Accessibility Operations..................................................... 3-6
To change the screen display setting (“Screen Mode” function) .... 3-6
To change the key settings (“Key Speed Settings” function).......... 3-7
To change the auto panel reset time
(“Confirming Screen” function) ....................................................... 3-8
To change the display time for the “The job is accepted.” screen
(“Notification Screen” function) ....................................................... 3-9
To change the volume of touch panel beeps and alarms
(“Sound Setting” function)............................................................... 3-9
3.4
Enlarging the Touch Panel Screens ......................................... 3-10
3.5
Turning the Machine On and Off............................................... 3-11
To turn on the machine................................................................. 3-11
When the machine is turned on.................................................... 3-12
To turn off the machine................................................................. 3-12
When the main switch is turned off............................................... 3-13
Auto Panel Reset.......................................................................... 3-13
Energy Save Mode ....................................................................... 3-13
Sleep Mode .................................................................................. 3-14
3.6
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel ................................ 3-15
3.7
Using the Touch Panel............................................................... 3-16
Description of the Touch Panel .................................................... 3-16
Default Settings ............................................................................ 3-16
< Auto-mode Screen > ................................................................. 3-17
< Copy Screen >........................................................................... 3-17
< Fax Screen > ............................................................................. 3-18
Operating the Touch Panel........................................................... 3-18
Description of the Screens ........................................................... 3-19
Job List Screen............................................................................. 3-20
To check the status of a job.......................................................... 3-21
To check the printing order........................................................... 3-22
To check/delete listed items from the Print screen....................... 3-23
Memory Recall.............................................................................. 3-24
To use the memory recall feature................................................. 3-24
To verify transmission activity....................................................... 3-26
To confirm reception results ......................................................... 3-27
To verify the documents saved on the bulletin board ................... 3-28
To verify the documents stored in the confidential box ................ 3-29
To check the general documents stored ...................................... 3-30
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Basic Copy Operations
4.1
Copying from the Auto-mode Screen .........................................4-2
4.2
Making Basic Copies ....................................................................4-3
4.3
Stopping Copying .........................................................................4-5
To stop/restart/delete a copy job.....................................................4-5
4.4
Interrupting a Copy Job................................................................4-6
To interrupt copying ........................................................................4-6
4.5
Making Copies Using Accounts ..................................................4-7
Using the “Copy Track Mode” Parameter .......................................4-7
To make copies when accounts are specified ................................4-7
Copy Paper
5.1
Paper Specifications.....................................................................5-2
Paper Types....................................................................................5-2
Paper Sizes.....................................................................................5-3
Paper Capacity................................................................................5-4
5.2
Unsuitable Paper...........................................................................5-5
5.3
Print Area .......................................................................................5-6
5.4
Paper Storage................................................................................5-7
5.5
Automatically Selecting the Paper Source .................................5-8
Operating conditions .......................................................................5-8
Order for Selecting Another Paper Drawer .....................................5-8
5.6
Loading Paper ...............................................................................5-9
Loading Paper Into the 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Paper Drawer..................5-10
Loading Paper Into the Large Capacity Cabinet ...........................5-12
Loading Paper Into the Multiple Bypass Tray ...............................5-13
To load plain paper .......................................................................5-13
To load postcards..........................................................................5-14
To load envelopes.........................................................................5-14
To load overhead projector transparencies...................................5-15
To load label sheets ......................................................................5-16
To set a non-standard (custom) paper size ..................................5-16
To store a non-standard (custom) paper size ...............................5-18
To select a stored non-standard (custom) paper size...................5-20
5.7
Selecting the Paper Setting........................................................5-22
To select paper loaded into a paper drawer..................................5-22
To select paper loaded into the multiple bypass tray ....................5-22
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Original Documents
6.1
Feeding the Document................................................................. 6-2
Using the Duplexing Document Feeder.......................................... 6-2
Document Types ............................................................................ 6-2
Documents of Uniform Sizes .......................................................... 6-2
Documents of Mixed Original Detection mode ............................... 6-2
Mixed Width Document Sizes......................................................... 6-3
Sizes of Documents That Can Be Faxed ....................................... 6-3
Precautions Concerning the Documents ........................................ 6-4
6.2
Feeding the Document Through the Duplexing
Document Feeder ......................................................................... 6-5
Loading the Document ................................................................... 6-5
To load a document of mixed sizes
(“Mixed Orig Detection” function).................................................... 6-6
6.3
Positioning Documents on the Original Glass .......................... 6-8
To position sheet documents.......................................................... 6-8
To position transparent or translucent documents ......................... 6-9
To position books or magazines................................................... 6-10
6.4
Loading Documents for Specific Applications........................ 6-11
Description of the Table................................................................ 6-11
Single-Sided Documents .............................................................. 6-12
Left-Bound Double-Sided Documents .......................................... 6-18
Top-Bound Double-Sided Documents.......................................... 6-24
6.5
Large Documents ....................................................................... 6-30
Precautions for 11 × 17 L/Legal L Copies .................................... 6-30
Specifying Copy Settings
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Specifying Finishing Settings ..................................................... 7-2
Available Finishing Settings............................................................ 7-2
Notes on Using the “Sort” and “Group” Settings............................. 7-6
Shift Sorting .................................................................................... 7-6
Crisscross Sorting .......................................................................... 7-7
Shift Grouping................................................................................. 7-7
Crisscross Grouping ....................................................................... 7-7
To make copies using a stapling setting......................................... 7-8
To make copies using the “Hole Punch” setting ........................... 7-10
Creasing and Folding ................................................................... 7-11
Notes on the Staple Position ........................................................ 7-12
Notes on the Number of Possible Stapled Sets ........................... 7-14
Notes on the Hole Punch Position................................................ 7-14
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7.2
Specifying a Zoom Setting .........................................................7-15
To select a Zoom setting...............................................................7-16
Specifying a “Custom Zoom” Setting ............................................7-16
To enter a custom zoom ratio .......................................................7-16
To store Custom Zoom and Minimal zoom ratios .........................7-17
To recall a stored custom zoom ratio ............................................7-18
To specify different vertical and horizontal scaling proportions
(“X/Y Zoom” setting)......................................................................7-18
7.3
Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings ..........................................7-20
Orig. Ö Copy Settings ...................................................................7-20
To specify Orig. Ö Copy settings...................................................7-23
Copying a Bound Document .........................................................7-26
Copying a Book.............................................................................7-29
Copying Book Pages onto Separate Double-Sided Pages ...........7-32
Quickly Selecting Default Settings ................................................7-34
7.4
Specifying a Copy Density .........................................................7-35
Selecting a Density Setting ...........................................................7-35
Selecting the “Text” Setting...........................................................7-35
Selecting the “Photo” Setting ........................................................7-36
Selecting the “Text/Photo” Setting ................................................7-36
Touch Panel Messages
8.1
When the Message “Ready to copy Please add
toner.” Appears .............................................................................8-2
8.2
When the Message “Please add toner.” Appears ......................8-3
To replace the toner bottle ..............................................................8-3
8.3
When the Message “Stapler empty.” Appears ...........................8-7
To replace the staple cartridge for finisher......................................8-7
To replace the staple cartridge for the saddle kit ..........................8-10
8.4
When a Paper Misfeed Occurs...................................................8-13
Locations of Paper Misfeeds.........................................................8-13
To clear a paper misfeed in the duplexing document feeder ........8-14
To clear a paper misfeed in the fusing section..............................8-15
To clear a paper misfeed in the duplex unit ..................................8-18
To clear a paper misfeed in the multiple bypass tray....................8-19
To clear a paper misfeed in the 1st or 2nd paper drawer .............8-20
To clear a paper misfeed in the 3rd or 4th paper drawer ..............8-21
To clear a paper misfeed in the 9218 large capacity cabinet........8-22
To clear a paper misfeed in the 9211 built in finisher....................8-23
To clear a paper misfeed in the 9213 mail bin kit..........................8-26
To clear a paper misfeed in the 9214 saddle kit ...........................8-28
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8.5
When the Message “Cannot Staple.” Appears ........................ 8-30
To clear jammed staples .............................................................. 8-30
8.6
When the Message “Hole Punch collection box is full.”
Appears ....................................................................................... 8-35
To empty the punch box ............................................................... 8-35
Troubleshooting
9.1
Main Messages and Their Remedies .......................................... 9-2
9.2
When Incorrect Copies Are Printed ............................................ 9-4
9.3
When the Machine Is Not Operating Correctly .......................... 9-7
9.4
The Fax Does not Work Properly ................................................ 9-8
Transmission is Poor ...................................................................... 9-8
Reception is Poor ........................................................................... 9-9
Telephone Calls are Difficult to Make........................................... 9-10
9.5
Replacing the Completion Stamp ............................................. 9-11
Replacing the Spare TX Marker STAMP 2................................... 9-11
10 Index
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Index ............................................................................................ 10-2
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Advanced Operations
Read the User Manual: Advanced Operations for the following items.
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Introduction
Safety Information
Precautions
Auxiliary Functions
Utility Mode Operations
Configuring the Utilities and Fax
Reports and Lists
Administrator Management Operations
Settings and FAX Items for the Administrator
Appendix
Index
Fax Operations
Read the User Manual: Fax Operations for the following items.
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Basic Reception
Using as a Telephone
Verification of Results
Transmitting Various Faxes
Receiving Various Faxes
Using the Document Functions
Appendix
Index
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Introduction
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Introduction
Chapter 1
Introduction
Chapter 1
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1.1 Introduction
1.1
Introduction
Thank you for selecting an Imagistics solution for your document production and
management needs. The following information will help you get the most productive and reliable use out of your system.
Imagistics brand supplies are designed for Imagistics copiers, printers and fax
machines to ensure maximum product performance and quality. Substituting other
supplies may result in inferior image quality and machine malfunction.
To order supplies call the Imagistics Supply Line at 1-800-462-6797 (US). For
faster service, please have your machine model and serial number available
before calling.
Should your product develop a problem that cannot be remedied by using the maintenance or troubleshooting procedures outlined in this manual please contact the
Imagistics National Diagnostic Center at 1-800-243-5556 (US).
Structure of the Manual
The User Manual for this product is made up of three sections: “Basic Operations”,
“Advanced Operations”, and “Fax Operations”.
“User Manual: Basic Operations, Fax Operations” can be read as needed during
use.
Be sure to read the “User Manual: Advanced Operations” before using this product
as it contains cautionary items on use.
Be sure to keep this manual after reading. It will be useful should there be anything
you do not understand during use, or if a problem arises.
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User Manual: Basic Operations
Here, we will explain the basic methods of operation, precautions for using this
product and operation of the copy functions. Read “Basic Operations” if you
wish to use this machine.
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User Manual: Advanced Operations
Here we will describe the precautions prior to use, the operation of the application functions, the functions used by administrators (utilities, administrator
mode), troubleshooting, specifications, etc.
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User Manual: Fax Operations
Here we will explain the operation of the fax functions.
Read “Fax Operations” when using the fax function.
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Explanation of Manual Conventions
The marks and text formats used in this manual are described below.
WARNING
Failure to observe instructions highlighted in this manner may result in fatal
or critical injuries.
➜ Observe all warnings in order to ensure safe use of this machine.
CAUTION
Failure to observe instructions highlighted in this manner may result in
serious injuries or property damage.
➜ Observe all cautions in order to ensure safe use of this machine.
✎
Note*
(*May also appear as “Important” or “Tip”)
Text highlighted in this manner contains useful information and tips to ensure
safe use of this machine.
1 The number 1 as formatted here indicates the
first step of a sequence of actions.
2 Subsequent numbers as formatted here
indicate subsequent steps of a sequence of
actions.
An illustration inserted here shows
what operations must be performed.
formatted in this style provides
? Text
additional assistance.
➜
Text formatted in this style describes the
action that will ensure the desired results are achieved.
[Copy] key
The names of keys on the control panel are written as shown above.
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1.3 Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols
Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols
The use of words and symbols in this manual are explained below.
Introduction
“Width” and “Length”
Whenever paper dimensions are
mentioned in this manual, the first value always refers to the width of the paper (shown as “Y” in the illustration)
and the second to the length (shown
as “X”).
Lengthwise
If the width (Y) of the paper is shorter
than the length (X), the paper has a
vertical or portrait orientation, indicated by either “L” or
.
Crosswise
If the width (Y) of the paper is longer
than the length (X), the paper has a
horizontal or landscape orientation, indicated by either “C” or
.
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Portrait and Landscape
Portrait
With the “portrait” orientation, the paper is vertical, like a portrait.
Landscape
With the “landscape” orientation, the paper is horizontal, like a landscape.
Display Icons
Plain paper
Thick paper
Overhead projector transparencies
Envelope
Paper Supply Icons
The icons shown below may appear, indicating that no more paper remains.
The paper is empty.
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1.4
1.4 Components and Their Functions
Components and Their Functions
Introduction
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4
5
No.
Part Name
Description
1
Duplexing Document Feeder
9210 (optional)
Automatically feeds one document sheet at a time for scanning,
and automatically turns over double-sided documents for
scanning.
Referred to as the “duplexing document feeder” throughout the
manual.
2
Original Cover Kit
ZC3500010
(optional)
Presses down on the loaded document to keep it in place
Referred to as the “original cover” throughout the manual.
3
Copy Desk 9216
(optional)
This machine can be placed on the copy desk.
Using the copy desk allows the machine to be set up on the
floor.
Referred to as the “copy desk” throughout the manual.
4
Large Capacity Cabinet
9218 (optional)
A large-capacity paper supply cassette that can supply 2,500
sheets of paper.
Referred to as the “large capacity cabinet” throughout the
manual.
5
2 Way Paper Feed Cabinet
9217 (optional)
A two-level paper supply tray. Each paper supply tray can hold
up to 500 sheets of paper.
Referred to as the “paper feed cabinet” throughout the manual.
6
Job Separator ZC3500070
(optional)
Allows printed pages to be separated.
Pull the lever when taking out the paper.
• In order to use the job separator, the switchback unit must be
installed.
7
Duplex Unit
9219
Automatically turns the pages over, and prints on both sides.
Referred to as the “duplex unit” throughout the manual. When
using the duplex unit, the switchback unit is required.
8
Switchback Unit
When copying to both sides of a page, this turns over the paper.
Required when using the duplex unit.
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10
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No.
Part Name
Description
9
Paper Feed Cabinet 9215
(optional)
Equipped with a paper drawer that can supply 500 sheets of
paper, for upper paper feed unit only.
Referred to as the “paper feed cabinet” throughout the manual.
10
Built in Finisher 9211
(optional)
Finishes printed pages according to the selected finishing mode
(sorting or stapling), then feeds out the pages.
Referred to as the “finisher” throughout the manual.
11
Additional Bin Kit
ZC3500060 (optional)
If this option is attached to the finisher, the bins for separating
printed pages increases.
Referred to as the “3rd paper output tray” throughout the
manual.
12
Saddle Kit 9214 (optional)
If this option is attached to the finisher, stapling, hole-punching,
creasing and booklet-printing are available as Finishing
settings.
Referred to as the “saddle kit” throughout the manual.
13
Mail Bin Kit 9213 (optional)
If this option is attached to the finisher, the printed pages can be
divided and fed into the appropriate bin assigned to a specific
individual or group.
• This option can only be used with computer printouts.
Referred to as the “mail bin kit” throughout the manual.
14
Punch Kit 9212
(optional)*
If this option is attached to the finisher, hole-punching is
possible.
Referred to as the “punch kit” throughout the manual.
15
32MB/64MB/128MB
Memory
(optional)*
Increases the memory of this machine to as much as 192 MB.
(64 MB standard memory + 32/64/128 MB expanded memory)
By expanding the memory, the number of pages that can be
stored in the memory can be increased.
Referred to as the “expansion memory” throughout the manual.
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No.
Part Name
Description
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Hard Disk Drive Kit
ZC3500050 (optional)*
Allows more pages to be stored.
Increases the number of pages that can be scanned.
Additionally, can scan multiple jobs.
• To install the function expansion Hard Disk Drive Kit
ZC3500050, optional printer controllers ZC3500080 (PLCL)
or ZC3500130 (PCL/PS) are required.
Referred to as the “hard disk” throughout the manual.
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Printer Controller
ZC3500080 or ZC3500130
(optional)*
An internal printer controller. This allows this machine to be
used as a computer printer.
For more details, refer to the manual of the printer controller.
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Internet Fax & Network Scan
Kit ZC3500120 (optional)*
An internal Internet Fax & Network Scan Kit. You can use this
machine as a network scanner or as an Internet fax machine.
For more details, refer to the Scanner Mode User Manual.
19
Network Scan Kit
ZC3500110 (optional)*
An internal Network Scan Kit. You can use this machine as a
network scanner.
For more details, refer to the Scanner Mode User Manual.
20
Network Interface Card
ZC3500090 (optional)*
Required when using this machine as a printer, scanner, or as
an Internet fax machine.
For more details, refer to the Scanner Mode User Manual or the
Printer Controller Manual.
21
Parallel Interface Kit
When this copier is used as a printer, printing can be performed
through a parallel connection (IEEE1284).
• When the Parallel Interface Kit is installed, the optional
Printer Controller ZC3500080 or ZC3500130 and the
Network Interface Card ZC3500090 are necessary.
* The internal options are not shown.
How to use the Job Separator ZC3500070
Allows printed pages to be
separated.
Pull the lever when taking
out the paper.
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Part Names and Their Functions
Introduction
Main Unit
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2
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3
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No.
6
5
Part Name
Description
1
Right-side door
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds.
2
Right-side door release lever
Used to open the right-side door.
3
Multiple bypass tray
Used for manual feeding paper for making copies and printouts.
Can be loaded with 150 sheets of paper.
Can be loaded with special paper. → page 5-13
4
Tray extension
Open the tray extension when loading large-sized paper.
5
Paper guide
Adjust to the width of the paper.
6
Release lever
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds.
7
Paper supply indicator
As the amount of paper in the paper drawer decreases, the area
that appears in red increases.
8
Front door
Opened when replacing the toner bottle. → page 8-3
9
Paper output tray
Collects printed pages fed out of the machine facing down.
10
Paper stopper
Prevents printed pages from falling out of the paper output tray.
Used when the optional sorter is installed.
11
Touch panel
Liquid crystal display in the control panel.
Used to specify various copy and fax settings and program or
change functions.
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13
19
15
16
18
17
No.
Part Name
Description
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Document pad
Presses down on the document positioned on the original glass.
13
Original glass
When manually feeding the document, place it on the glass so
the document can be scanned.
Place the document face down on the glass.
14
Switchback unit *
Built into the machine to turn over the paper when printing
double-sided pages.
15
Duplex unit
Turns over printed pages, allowing double-sided pages to be
printed automatically.
When using the duplex unit, the switchback unit is required.
Referred to as the “duplex unit” throughout the manual.
16
Duplex unit door
Opened when clearing a paper misfeed within the duplex unit.
17
1st paper drawer
Holds up to 500 sheets of paper.
The paper size can be adjusted freely. → page 5-10
18
2nd paper drawer
Holds up to 500 sheets of paper.
The paper size can be adjusted freely. → page 5-10
19
Control panel
• Used to start scanning and printing operations.
• Used when starting fax transmission or when starting fax
reception following a telephone conversation.
20
Document scales
Used to align the document.
* The internal options are not shown.
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25
26
22
23
No.
Part Name
Description
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Duplexing Document Feeder
connector
Used for connecting the duplexing document feeder hookup
cord.
22
Power switch
Used to turn the machine on and off. → page 3-11
23
Power cord socket
Used for connecting the machine’s power cord.
24
External telephone jack
(TEL PORT)
Used for connecting a line to a telephone.
25
Telephone line jack for line 1
(LINE PORT1)
Used for connecting to a standard telephone line.
26
Telephone line jack for line 2
(LINE PORT2)
Used for connecting to a standard telephone line.
In order to use LINE PORT2, the optional multi port must be
installed.
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Options
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2
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3
11
4
10
5
9
12
7
8
6
Duplexing Document Feeder
No.
Part Name
Description
1
Document guides
Adjust to the width of the document.
2
Document feed tray
Set the document to be copied/ sent facing up.
3
Document output tray
The copied/ sent document will be fed out.
4
Print indicator
Lights up or flashes to indicate the status of the machine.
5
Paper stopper
Prevents the documents from falling out of the document output
tray.
Paper Feed Cabinet (9215/9217)*
No.
Part Name
Description
6
Lower-right door release
lever
Used to open the lower-right door.
7
3rd paper drawer
8
4th paper drawer
Each drawer can hold up to 500 sheets of paper.
The paper size can be adjusted freely.
* 9217: Equipped with a paper drawer that can supply 500 sheets of paper, for upper paper feed unit only.
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Built in Finisher (9211)
No.
Part Name
Description
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2nd paper output tray
(sorted copy tray)
Collects printed pages that are sorted.
10
1st paper output tray
(non-sorted copy tray)
Collects printed pages that are not sorted. (made with the “NonSort” setting)
Mail Bin Kit (9213)
No.
Part Name
Description
11
Mail Bin
Collects copies that are sorted.
12
Output tray cover
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds.
13
Misfeed-clearing door
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds.
Precautions for using the finisher, saddle kit and mail bin kit
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Do not place objects on top of the saddle kit or mail bin kit.
G
Do not place objects under the paper output trays of the finisher.
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19
17
14
15
16
Large Capacity Cabinet (9218)
No.
Part Name
Description
14
3rd paper drawer (LCC)
Holds up to 2,500 sheets of paper.
15
Lower-right door
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds.
16
Drawer release button
Pressed when loading paper.
Additional Bin Kit (ZC3500060)
No.
Part Name
Description
17
3rd paper output tray
Collects printed pages.
Saddle Kit (9214)
No.
Part Name
Description
18
Paper output tray
Collects printed pages.
19
Misfeed-clearing door
Opened when clearing paper misfeeds that occurred in the
finisher.
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The external telephone used should match the type of telephone line. Some types
of external telephones cannot be used. For details, contact your service representative.
G
Multi Port (MP-5)
Increases the number of telephone lines. Additionally, allows independent operation of each line.
G
Storage (Transmission) Stamp Unit (TX Marker STAMP UNIT 2)
A stamp on originals that have been scanned makes confirmation possible. This
can only be attached to the duplexing document feeder.
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Introduction
1.5 Part Names and Their Functions
1.5 Part Names and Their Functions
Introduction
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Available
Features
Available Features
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Chapter 2
2
2.1 Useful Operations
2.1
Useful Operations
Available Features
Chapter 2
Installing the optional accessories expands the functionality of this machine.
Copying a Book or Magazine
The individual pages of a book or magazine can be duplicated onto double-sided
copies (one page per side) in the original page order.
Original Document
Copy
✎
Note
In order to perform the following procedure, the duplex unit and switchback unit
must be installed.
1
Position the document on the
original glass with the center
aligned with the book mark on the
document scale.
❍
2
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Start copying from the lower
numbered pages.
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Orig. Ö Copy] followed by
[Book] on the touch panel.
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4
Touch [Double-Sided], and then
touch [Page Order].
5
Touch [Book Order], and then touch
[Enter].
6
Press the [Start] key.
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For book-binding, touch [Standard
Book] or [RightBound], and then
touch [Separation].
Next, touch [Enter].
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2.1 Useful Operations
After the message shown at the
right appears, turn the page of the
book or magazine, re-position the
document on the original glass, and
then press the [Start] key.
Repeat step 7, and when the last
page has been scanned, touch
[Finish].
Next, press the [Start] key.
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Copying to Form a Booklet
Original Document
Copy
✎
Note
In order to perform the following procedure, the optional duplexing document
feeder, duplex unit and switchback unit must be installed.
1
Load the document into the
duplexing document feeder.
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The document can also be
positioned on the original glass.
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Orig. Ö Copy] followed by
[4in1/Booklet] on the touch panel.
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Available Features
Chapter 2
A document can be copied like a book so the pages can easily be put together to
form a booklet.
2
2.1 Useful Operations
Touch [Booklet Creation], and then
touch [Enter].
4
Press the [Start] key.
5
After all copies are printed, fold the
pages in half to form a booklet.
Available Features
Chapter 2
3
✎
Tip
If the optional saddle kit is installed,
creasing or folding can be set. For details, refer to “Creasing and Folding”
on page 7-11.
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2.1 Useful Operations
Automatically Stapling Pages While Copying
Each set of copies can easily be stapled together.
Available Features
Original Document
Chapter 2
Staple
Copy
✎
Note
In order to perform the following procedure, the optional duplexing document
feeder, finisher must be installed.
1
Load the document into the
duplexing document feeder.
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The document can also be
positioned on the original glass.
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Finishing] on the touch panel.
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2.1 Useful Operations
Touch [Sort].
4
Touch [2-Point Staple].
5
Press the [Start] key.
Available Features
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2.1 Useful Operations
Printing Multiple Copies of Tickets
Original Document
Copy
✎
Important
Copying certain type of documents is prohibited by law. Making copies of these
documents may be punishable as a crime. (For more details, refer to Legal Restrictions on Copying of “Precautions” in the Advanced Operations volume.)
✎
Note
If the document is placed directly on the original glass and the size is detected
automatically, the document will be scanned with a standard size.
If the document has a non-standard size, first measure the size of the document.
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Available Features
As an example, the procedure for reducing an 8 in. × 2-3/4 in. document by 50%
and copying it onto thick Letter-size paper is described below.
Chapter 2
Tickets for a concert or some other event can easily be made.
2
2.1 Useful Operations
2
❍
Chapter 2
Available Features
Open the multiple bypass tray and
load it with paper.
3
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Paper] on the touch panel.
4
Touch the button for the multiple
bypass tray, and then touch [Mode
Change].
5
Touch [Card], and then touch
[Enter].
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A maximum of 50 sheets of thick
paper can be loaded.
If paper with a non-standard size is
loaded, touch [Custom Size], and
then specify the paper size. (For
details, refer to page 5-16.)
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Touch [Zoom].
7
Touch [× 0.5].
8
Touch [Auxiliary], and then touch
[Image Repeat].
9
Touch [Size Input].
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2
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2.1 Useful Operations
Touch [Custom Size].
Available Features
Chapter 2
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11
❍
❍
12
❍
❍
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Touch
. Then, touch
and
to select the length of side X
for the document.
Touch
so that the cursor
moves below the fraction that you
wish to change.
For this example, set the length of
side X to “8”.
Touch
. Then, touch
and
to select the length of side Y
for the document, and then touch
[Enter].
Touch
until the cursor moves
below the fraction that you wish to
change.
For this example, set the length of
side Y to “2 3/4”.
Press the [Start] key.
Sixteen 4 in. × 1-3/8 in. tickets are
copied onto one sheet of paper.
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2.1 Useful Operations
Copying While Erasing an Area Around the Document
Original Document
Copy
✎
Note
The position and width of the area to be erased can be set so that it is appropriate for the document being copied.
The width of the erased area refers to how much of the document will be erased.
If enlarged or reduced copies are made, the same width is erased and an enlarged or reduced copy is printed.
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Position the document to be copied.
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Auxiliary] followed by [Edge/
Frame Erase] on the touch panel.
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Chapter 2
When copying documents with unwanted markings, headers or punch holes, the
pages can be printed with a frame or one side of the document erased.
2
Select the desired position of the
erased area.
(Example: Erasing a frame)
Available Features
Chapter 2
3
2.1 Useful Operations
4
Touch
and
to specify the
width of the erased area.
5
Touch [Enter].
6
Press the [Start] key.
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2.1 Useful Operations
Reducing Paper Usage
As an example, the procedure for combining two single-sided document pages into
a double-sided copy is described below.
Double-sided copying
2in1 copying
Available Features
Original Document
Copy
✎
Note
In order to perform the following procedure, the optional duplexing document
feeder, duplex unit and switchback unit must be installed.
✎
Tip
Double-sided 2in1 copying and single-sided 4in1 copying reduce the paper usage by one fourth, and double-sided 4in1 copying reduces paper usage by one
eighth.
1
Load the document into the
duplexing document feeder.
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Double-sided copying and 2in1 copying are useful in economizing on printed pages
or reducing the size of a thick document.
The document can also be
positioned on the original glass.
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2
Press the [Copy] key, and then
touch [Orig. Ö Copy] followed by
[4in1/Booklet] on the touch panel.
Available Features
Chapter 2
2
2.1 Useful Operations
3
Touch [Double-2in1].
4
Press the [Start] key.
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Reducing Electricity Usage
1
Press the [Utility] key.
2
Touch [User’s Choice].
3
Touch [3/6].
❍
❍
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In order to perform these operations, the Energy Save mode and the Sleep mode
can be used to automatically set the machine to an energy-saving mode when the
machine is not used for a specified length of time.
Chapter 2
The machine can be set to a low power mode to conserve energy.
To specify settings for the Energy
Save mode, continue with step 4.
To specify settings for the Sleep
mode, skip to step 7.
Touch [Energy Save Mode].
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Available Features
Chapter 2
5
2.1 Useful Operations
Press the [C] key to erase the
current value, and then use the 10Key Pad to specify the desired
length of time until the machine
enters Energy Save mode.
6
Touch [Enter].
7
Touch [Sleep Mode Setting].
8
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Use the 10-Key Pad to specify the
desired length of time until the
machine enters Sleep mode.
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Touch [Enter].
Available Features
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Before Making
Copies
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Chapter 3
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3.1
3.1 Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions
Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions
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2
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5
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No.
Part Name
Function
1
Touch panel
Displays various screens and messages.
Touch items in the touch panel to select screens and specify
settings.
2
[Extra Scan] key
Press to use the IP Scanner functions.
(Internet Fax & Network Scan Kit and Network Interface Card
must be installed.)
3
[Fax/Scan] key
Used to change between Fax and Scan modes.
(Network Interface Card, and either Network Scan Kit or
Internet Fax & Network Scan Kit must be installed.)
4
[Copy] key
Press to enter Copy mode.
5
[Pause] key
An approximately 3 second wait can be set when dialing a fax
number. This is convenient when sending from an internal line
to an external line and for the wait when information services
are used.
6
Sub power switch
Use to turn the machine on and off.
7
[Access] key
Press when an access code must be entered.
• If the “Copy Track Mode” parameter is set to “OFF”, nothing
happens when this key is pressed.
8
[Interrupt] key
• Press to enter Interrupt mode.
• To cancel Interrupt mode, press the [Interrupt] key again.
9
[Panel Reset] key
Press to reset all modes and functions to their default settings.
10
[C] (clear) key
• Press to reset the number of copies to “1”.
• Press to erase a setting (such as the zoom ratio or size)
selected using the 10-Key Pad.
• Any letters and numbers being entered are deleted.
11
[Stop] key
• Press to stop a copy operation.
• Press to stop the scanning of a document.
• Fax transmission is stopped.
12
[Start] key
• Press to start a scanning or copy operation.
• Fax transmission starts.
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13
10-Key Pad
Use to enter a number, such as the number of copies or a fax
number.
14
[Utility] key
Used to display the Utility screen.
For more details, refer to “Utility Mode Operations” in the
Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
15
[Mode Check] key
• Press to display a list of all specified settings. From this list,
the screen to specify each setting can be displayed and the
setting can be changed.
• From this screen, the current settings can also be stored as
a copy program.
16
[Accessibility] key
Press to activate or deactivate the user accessibility functions.
17
[Enlarge Display] key
Press to enlarge the screens that appear in the touch panel.
18
[Contrast] dial
Use to adjust the contrast of the touch panel.
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3.2 Checking the Settings
3.2
Checking the Settings
The currently selected settings can be reviewed. In addition, the specified settings
can be changed or stored for later use.
There are four screens that allow you to check the settings.
To check the settings
1 Press the [Mode Check] key in the
Chapter 3
control panel.
The first screen showing the
current settings appears.
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2 Touch [Next] to display the
second, third or fourth screen of
settings.
❍
Touch [Back] to return to the
previous screen of settings.
3 Touch [Exit] to return to the Basics
screen.
✎
Tip
To change a setting, touch the button for the function that you wish to
change. The screen to change the setting for the selected function appears.
In the screen that appeared, change the setting as desired.
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To change the settings
1 Press the [Mode Check] key in the
control panel.
The first screen showing the
current settings appears.
2 Display the screen containing the
To change the screens, touch
[Next] and [Back].
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setting that you wish to change.
3 Touch the button for the setting
that you wish to change.
The screen for specifying the
setting appears.
4 Change the setting according to the corresponding procedure.
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3.3 User Accessibility Operations
3.3
User Accessibility Operations
Various functions, such as the screen mode and the volume of alarms, can be specified, allowing the machine to be used more easily.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the
control panel.
2 Touch either [Set] or [Reset].
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Chapter 3
❍
❍
The user accessibility
functions can be enabled or
disabled.
When the user accessibility
functions are enabled, the
[Accessibility] key lights up in
green. When the user
accessibility functions are
disabled, the [Accessibility]
key is not lit.
To change the screen display setting (“Screen Mode” function)
Select whether the screens appear in the touch panel in black on white or in white
on black.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the control panel.
2 Touch [Screen Mode].
3 Touch [Inverted Screen] to display
the screens in white on black.
To return the screens to the
normal display, touch [Normal
Screen].
4 Touch [Enter].
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Inverted Screen
Chapter 3
Normal Screen
To change the key settings (“Key Speed Settings” function)
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If the same key is held down, characters and number can be repeatedly entered.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the control panel.
2 Touch [Key Speed Settings].
3 Touch
and
the time periods.
❍
❍
to adjust
Delay Time:
Time until the repeat feature
for a key begins after the key is
held down
Interval Time:
Length of time (in seconds)
that a key must be held down
before repeatedly entering
characters and numbers
Example) When the [1] key is held down:
1
1 1
1
...
Interval Time
Delay Time
✎
Tip
Touch [CHECK] to check the specified settings.
4 Touch [Enter].
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To change the auto panel reset time (“Confirming Screen” function)
If no operation is performed for a specified length of time, the touch panel display
returns to the Basics screen. For details on specifying the default auto panel reset
time, refer to “Auto Panel” of Utility Mode Operations in the Advanced Operations
volume of the User Manual.
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Chapter 3
On the “Confirming Screen”, you can set whether or not to extend the display time
of the Auto Panel extension confirmation screen that is displayed immediately
before it is automatically cleared.
✎
Note
The Energy Save, Sleep, and LCD Back-light Off functions are still operable
even when the Auto Panel Reset function is configured. When setting Auto Panel Reset, please set it to a shorter period than the Energy Save, Sleep, and LCD
Back-light Off functions.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the control panel.
2 Touch [Confirming Screen].
3 Select the desired length of time
for displaying the screen
requesting confirmation to reset
the machine.
❍
❍
Touch [30 sec.], [60 sec.], [90
sec.] or [120 sec.].
To immediately display the
Basics screen without
displaying a screen requesting
confirmation to reset the
machine, touch [None].
4 Touch [Enter].
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To change the display time for the “The job is accepted.” screen
(“Notification Screen” function)
The length of time that the “The job is accepted.” screen, which requests
confirmation of a reception number or job No. after copying is finished, can be
specified.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the control panel.
3 Select the desired time setting.
❍
❍
Touch [3 sec.], [10 sec.] or [60
sec.].
To leave the “The job is
accepted.” screen displayed
until [Enter] is touched, touch
[No Limit].
4 Touch [Enter].
To change the volume of touch panel beeps and alarms (“Sound Setting”
function)
The volumes of the beep that is sounded when a touch panel button is touched and
of the alarm that is sounded when a malfunction occurs can be specified. During
normal usage, a low volume is specified, however this function is convenient when
a temporary increase in volume is desired. Basic volume setting can be set in User
Management. For details, refer to Utilities in the Advanced Operations volume.
1 Press the [Accessibility] key in the control panel.
2 Touch [Sound Setting].
3 Select the desired volume setting.
4 Touch [Enter].
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2 Touch [Notification Screen].
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3.4
3.4 Enlarging the Touch Panel Screens
Enlarging the Touch Panel Screens
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Chapter 3
Press the [Enlarge Display] key to enlarge the screens that appear in the touch panel. Press the [Enlarge Display] key again to return the screens to the standard size.
The usual touch panel operations can be performed even when the screens are enlarged.
Touch in this area to
scroll toward the upperleft corner of the screen.
Touch this arrow to scroll up through the screen.
Touch this arrow to
scroll left through the
screen.
When the left edge of
the screen is reached,
the screen is scrolled up
one line and the right
edge is displayed.
Touch in this area to
scroll toward the lowerleft corner of the screen.
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Touch in this area to
scroll toward the upperright corner of the
screen.
Touch this arrow to
scroll right through the
screen.
When the right edge of
the screen is reached,
the screen is scrolled up
one line and the left
edge is displayed.
Touch this arrow to scroll down through the
screen.
Touch in this area to
scroll toward the lowerright corner of the
screen.
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3.5 Turning the Machine On and Off
3.5
Turning the Machine On and Off
To turn on the machine
2 Make sure that the sub power
switch has been pressed in.
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1 Set the power switch to “I”.
ON
OFF
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3.5 Turning the Machine On and Off
When the machine is turned on
➜
A few seconds after the machine is turned on, the message “Now warming-up.
Ready to scan.” appears in the touch panel and the indicator on the [Start] lights
up in green. When the indicator on the [Start] key lights up in green, a job can
be queued.
When the power switch is on, and the sub power switch is in the off position, copies
can not be taken.
Chapter 3
To turn off the machine
1 Touch [Activity List] to check that
no jobs are queued.
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2 If any printed pages remain in the
paper output tray, remove them.
3 Press the sub power switch to turn
off the machine.
4 Set the power switch to “O”.
✎
Tip
Normally, it is not necessary to set the power switch to “O”.
✎
Note
When turning the machine off, then on again, wait five seconds after turning
it off before turning it on again. If no time passes between turning the machine off until turning on again, the machine may not operate correctly.
Do not turn off the machine while it is making copies or printing, otherwise a
paper misfeed may occur.
Do not turn off the machine while it is scanning or sending or receiving data,
otherwise all scanned data or transmission data will be deleted.
Do not turn off the machine while a queued job or stored data is waiting to
be printed, otherwise the jobs will be deleted.
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When the main switch is turned off
Settings that have not been programmed will be cleared.
G
Jobs that are queued to be printed are deleted.
G
Data scanned using the “Scan to Memory” function is deleted.
G
Scanned data that could be printed using the “Memory Recall” function is deleted.
G
Transmitted documents can not be received.
Auto Panel Reset
When a specified period has passed, these will reset to the default settings.
<Conditions for auto panel resetting>
G
1 minute, or a specified period after the machine is last used (factory default settings are 1 minute).
G
The magnetic card is removed from the data controller or the key counter is removed.
✎
Note
The settings specifying whether or not and the time until the auto panel reset
operation is performed can be changed. For details, refer to “Changing Default
Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the
User Manual.
Energy Save Mode
In order to conserve energy, the machine will automatically enter a stand-by mode
(Energy Save mode) if no operation is performed for a specified length of time.
When the machine enters Energy Save mode, the indicator on the [Start] key remains lit in green, but the touch panel goes off.
At this time, the machine reduces the heat of the fusing section, and goes into Energy Save Mode.
<Conditions for entering Energy Save mode>
G
15 minutes, or a specified period after the machine is last used (factory default
settings are 15 minutes).
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3.5 Turning the Machine On and Off
✎
Note
To recover from Energy Save mode, press any key in the control panel or touch
the touch panel.
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Chapter 3
The machine will not enter Energy Save Mode while printing is paused.
The settings specifying whether or not and the time until the machine enters Energy Save mode can be changed. For details, refer to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the
User Manual.
Sleep Mode
In order to conserve energy, the machine’s heater goes off and the machine automatically enters Sleep mode if no operation is performed for a specified length of
time.
<Conditions for entering Sleep mode>
G
No machine operation is performed for 1 minute.
✎
Note
To recover from Sleep mode, press any key in the control panel or touch the
touch panel.
The settings specifying whether or not and the time until the machine enters
Sleep mode can be changed. For details, refer to “Changing Default Settings”
of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User
Manual.
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3.6 Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
3.6
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
The control panel can be adjusted to any of three angles.
Adjust the control panel to the angle that allows for easy operation.
➜
Pull the control panel release lever, and then adjust the angle of the control
panel.
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➀ Upper position
(base position)
➁ Middle position
➂ Lower position
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
3.7
Using the Touch Panel
Description of the Touch Panel
When the power is turned on, a screen for operations such as copying, sending and
receiving faxes, programming and making settings is displayed on the touch panel.
The screen shows, with messages and graphics, the currently selected settings, the
settings that are available, and the machine status.
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
✎
Tip
Depending on your applications, you can choose from an “Auto-mode Screen”,
“Fax Screen”, “Copy Screen”, or “Scanner Screen” (optional) for the basic
screen.
Default Settings
The settings selected when the machine is turned on are called the default settings.
The default settings serve as a reference for all settings that are to be specified.
To change the default settings, refer to “Changing Default Settings” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
Copy mode
G
Number of copies: 1
G
Finishing: Non-Sort
G
Zoom: 1.000 (Full Size)
G
Paper: AutoPaper
G
Density: Auto Exposure (Text/Photo mode)
G
Orig. Ö Copy: Single-Sided Ö Single-Sided
Fax mode
G
Resolution: Standard
G
Contrast: Medium
G
Transmission mode: Memory transmission
G
Reception mode: Automatic reception
G
Transmission source: Within document
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< Auto-mode Screen >
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Chapter 3
This screen allows you to fax and copy without worrying about switching between
them.
< Copy Screen >
This screen is for using copy functions.
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< Fax Screen >
This screen is for using fax functions.
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
You can choose from the “One-touch Dialing Screen”, “Name Search Screen”, “Dialing Screen” and “Index Screen” for the screen that is displayed first. For details,
refer to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced
Operations volume of the User Manual.
Operating the Touch Panel
To activate a function or to select a setting, lightly touch the desired function or setting shown on the touch panel.
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage the touch panel.
➜ Never push down on the touch panel with force, and never use a hard or pointed
object to make a selection in the touch panel.
✎
Tip
The language of the displays in the touch panel can be changed using the “Language Selected for LCD” function on the User’s Choice screen. For details, refer
to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
The default settings can be changed using the various functions on the User’s
Choice screen. For details, refer to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode
Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
Description of the Screens
Settings screen
1. Screen tabs
2. Message display
4. Selected settings
5. Additional message display
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Screen tabs
Each screen contains various functions that can be specified.
Touch a tab to display the corresponding screen.
2
Message display
The current machine status, operating instructions, warnings/
precautions, and other data, including the number of copies, are
displayed here.
3
Available functions and
settings
Selecting a screen displays various functions that can be
specified. Touch the button for a function to display the
corresponding settings.
4
Selected settings
The current settings are shown with graphics.
5
Additional message display
• The status of the job is shown with graphics.
• The remaining amount of memory and graphics warning
about empty toner or an empty paper drawer are displayed
here.
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Chapter 3
3. Available functions and settings
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
Job List Screen
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
The operating status of the machine and the printing order of queued jobs can be
viewed from this screen.
There are five tabs in the Job List screen.
G
Job:
Displays a list of operations that are being performed.
G
Print Order:
Displays the order of documents that are being copied or printed or waiting to
be copied or printed.
G
Print:
Displays the print status of documents being copied or printed.
G
Com.:
Displays the results from sending and receiving faxes.
G
Doc.:
Bulletin board documents, documents in the confidential box, and stored documents can be checked.
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3
To check the status of a job
Chapter 3
1 Touch [Job List].
2 Select the job whose status you
Before Making Copies
wish to check.
✎
Tip
The statuses of up to four jobs
are displayed. Touch [↓] and
[↑] to view the status of a job
that is not displayed.
3 Check the details, and then touch [Enter].
❍
To delete the currently selected job, select that job and touch [Delete].
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
To check the printing order
2 Touch [Print Order].
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
1 Touch [Job List].
3 Check the printing order.
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to view other
parts of the list. Up to 8 items in
the printing order can be
displayed.
4 After checking the necessary
information, touch [Enter].
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3
To check/delete listed items from the Print screen
Chapter 3
1 Touch [Job List].
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2 Touch [Print].
3 Select the job whose status you
wish to check.
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to view other
parts of the list.
4 After checking the necessary
information, touch [Enter].
✎
Note
To delete the job, select that job and touch [Delete].
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
Memory Recall
After printing of a copy job is finished, the image that was just copied can be printed
again without the document being loaded.
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
✎
Note
The memory recall feature is only available if the “Memory Recall” function (a
User’s Choice function in the Utility mode) is set to “ON”. For details, refer to
“Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
✎
Tip
The memory recall feature cannot be used if any of the following have occurred.
- A new document has been scanned. (The [Start] key has been pressed.)
- The machine has been turned off.
- The [Access] key or the [Interrupt] key has been pressed.
To use the memory recall feature
1 After copying is finished, touch
[Job List].
2 Touch [Memory Recall Waiting].
The information for the job still
saved in the memory is displayed.
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3
3 Touch [Memory Recall]
❍
To delete the job still saved in
the memory, touch [Delete].
Chapter 3
✎
Before Making Copies
Tip
At this time, the Finishing setting and the number of copies
can be changed.
4 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
✎
Tip
After copying confidential documents, press the [Delete] key to erase the
data from the memory.
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
To verify transmission activity
1 Touch [Job List].
2 Touch [Com.].
This displays the transmission
activity.
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❍
3 Verify the transmission activity.
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to retrieve
the desired document.
Touching [Interim Rep.] while it
is displayed outputs a
transmission interim activity
report.
Documents awaiting
transmission can only be
deleted when [Delete] is
displayed.
The
mark is displayed
when designated time transmission is set.
When [Retry] is displayed, pressing it will resend the ducument.
4 Touch [Enter] until the original screen is returned to.
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3
To confirm reception results
1 Touch [Job List].
2 Touch [Com.], then touch [RX
Doc.].
This displays the reception
results.
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Chapter 3
❍
3 Confirm reception results.
❍
❍
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to retrieve
the desired document.
When waiting for polling
reception, if you touch [Retry],
reception will commence.
To delete documents awaiting
polling reception, touch
[Delete].
4 Touch [Enter] until the original screen is returned to.
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
To verify the documents saved on the bulletin board
1 Touch [Job List].
2 Touch [Doc.], then touch [Bultn.
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Board].
3 Select the documents to be
verified.
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to retrieve
the desired document.
4 Verify the details of the
documents.
❍
❍
Touch [Print] to print a
document.
Touch [Delete] to delete a
document.
5 Touch [Enter] until the original screen is returned to.
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3
To verify the documents stored in the confidential box
1 Touch [Job List].
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2 Touch [Doc.], then touch [Conf.].
3 Select the private confidential box.
4 Verify the documents in the
confidential box.
❍
❍
❍
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to retrieve
the desired document. Touch
[Check] to display the detailed
data.
Touch [Print] to print a
document.
All documents in the
confidential box are printed.
Touch [Delete] to delete a
document. All documents in
the confidential box are deleted.
5 Touch [Enter].
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3.7 Using the Touch Panel
To check the general documents stored
1 Touch [Job List].
Before Making Copies
Chapter 3
2 Touch [Doc.], then touch [Public].
3 Verify the stored documents.
❍
❍
❍
❍
Touch [↓] and [↑] to retrieve
the desired documents.
Touch [Print] to print a
document.
Touch [Delete] to delete a
document.
To transmit, touch [Forward].
4 Touch [Enter].
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Basic Copy
Operations
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 4
4
4
4.1 Copying from the Auto-mode Screen
4.1
Copying from the Auto-mode Screen
This explains how to make copies directly from the Auto-mode Screen.
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 4
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Use the 10-Key Pad to enter the
desired number of copies, and
press the [Start] key.
✎
Tip
The Fax Screen is displayed when you input “ ”, “#”, “0”, or a number of three
or more digits starting with a non-zero number.
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4.2
4
Making Basic Copies
The procedure for making basic copies is described below.
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
Chapter 4
❍
2 Press the [Copy] key.
The Basics screen appears in
the touch panel.
Basic Copy Operations
❍
3 Specify any necessary copy settings.
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
To change the paper size (paper drawer), touch [Paper].
For details, refer to “Selecting the Paper Setting” (page 5-22).
To change the zoom ratio, touch [Zoom].
For details, refer to “Specifying a Zoom Setting” (page 7-15).
To sort, staple or punch holes in the copies, touch [Finishing].
For details, refer to “Specifying Finishing Settings” (page 7-2).
To copy a book or copy while using less paper, touch [Orig. Ö Copy].
For details, refer to “Selecting the Orig. Ö Copy Settings” (page 7-20).
To change the density of the copy, touch [Density].
For details, refer to “Selecting a Copy Density” (page 7-35).
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4.2 Making Basic Copies
❍
To erase a margin in the copy, to insert interleave while copying onto
overhead projector transparencies, or to perform any other special
operation, touch [Auxiliary].
For details, refer to “Auxiliary Functions” in the Advanced Operations
volume of the User Manual.
4 Use the 10-Key Pad to enter the
desired number of copies.
❍
❍
✎
Chapter 4
Basic Copy Operations
Up to 999 copies can be
printed.
To change the setting, press
the [C] key, and then enter the
correct setting.
Tip
A limit on the number of copies
can be specified from the Administrator Management screen of the Utility
mode.
For details, refer to “Administrator Management Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
5 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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4.3
4
Stopping Copying
Follow the procedure described below to cancel a copy job.
To stop/restart/delete a copy job
1 Press the [Stop] key while the job
is being printed.
Copying stops.
Chapter 4
2 The message “Copy cycle
temporarily suspended.” appears.
3 To restart a job that has been
stopped, press the [Start] key.
Basic Copy Operations
Copying continues.
4 To delete the stopped copy job,
select the button for the job that
you wish to delete.
The job is deleted.
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4.4 Interrupting a Copy Job
4.4
Interrupting a Copy Job
The current copy job can be paused so that a copy of a different document can be
made.
This is convenient if you wish to quickly make copies of a short document while a
large job is being printed.
✎
Note
If certain functions are specified, it may not be possible to interrupt the copy job.
In addition, some functions are not available while a copy job is interrupted.
Chapter 4
The machine will not enter Interrupt mode (pause copying by pressing the [Interrupt] key) while a document is being scanned.
For details, refer to the “Function Combination Table” of “Appendix” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
To interrupt copying
Basic Copy Operations
1 Press the [Interrupt] key while a
job is being printed.
❍
❍
❍
❍
The indicator on the [Interrupt]
key lights up.
The message “Now in the interrupt mode.” appears.
The copy settings return to their defaults.
(The copy settings of the job before the interruption and the remaining
number of copies are recorded.)
If no operation is performed for one minute after the [Interrupt] key is
pressed, the Interrupt mode is automatically cancelled.
2 Position the document(s) to be copied.
3 Select the desired copy settings.
4 Press the [Start] key.
❍
Scanning of the document begins.
5 When the interrupt mode copy has completed, press the [Interrupt] key.
The indicator on the [Interrupt] key goes off and the Interrupt mode is cancelled.
The copy settings for the job before copying was interrupted appear, and
copying of the job that was interrupted automatically continues.
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4.5
4
Making Copies Using Accounts
Using the “Copy Track Mode” Parameter
The number of copies allowed for each registered account can be restricted.
The accounts can be managed by touching [Account management] on the Admin.
1 screen (displayed by touching [Admin. Management] on the Utility screen). The
Administrator Management settings should be specified by the administrator.
Note
The Administrator Management parameters cannot be set by anyone without
knowledge of the administrator access code.
For details on the administrator access code, contact your service representative.
To make copies when accounts are specified
When managing using [100 Account 1] and [100 Account 2]
Basic Copy Operations
1 If [100 Account 1] has been
specified, the screen shown at
right is displayed.
❍
If [100 Account 2] has been
specified, pressing the
[Access] key will display the
screen shown at right.
2 Touch the button for your account.
3 Enter the 6-digit access code
using the 10-Key Pad.
4 Press the [Access] key.
The Basics screen is displayed.
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✎
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4.5 Making Copies Using Accounts
5 Copying will take place using the
desired copy mode.
6 When copying has finished, press
the [Access] key again.
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 4
The Settings Screen is displayed
on the Account Selection Screen.
When managing using [1000 Account]
1 Where [1000 Account] is selected, the Account Number input screen is
displayed.
2 Input the account number used (1
to 999) in the Account Number
Input Screen, and press the
[Access] key.
The Basics screen is displayed.
3 Copying will take place using the
desired copy mode.
4 When copying has finished, press the [Access] key again.
The Settings Screen is displayed on the Account Number Input Screen.
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Chapter 5
5
Copy Paper
5
5
5.1
5.1 Paper Specifications
Paper Specifications
Use paper that meets the following specifications.
Paper Types
Paper Type
Plain Paper
Special
Media
Recycled
Paper
Paper Source, Etc.
15 lbs. to 24
lbs.
24-1/4 lbs. to
55-3/4 lbs.
16 lbs. to 24
lbs.
Multiple bypass tray
2
2
2
1st paper drawer
2
—
2
2nd paper drawer
2
—
2
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
2
—
2
3rd paper drawer
2
—
2
4th paper drawer
2
—
2
Double-sided copies
2
—
2
Copy Paper
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Weight (lbs.)
Paper Type
Special Media
Overhead
Projector
Transparencies
Postcards
Label Sheets
Envelopes
Paper Source, Etc.
Multiple bypass tray
2
2
2
2
1st paper drawer
—
—
—
—
2nd paper drawer
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer
—
—
—
—
4th paper drawer
—
—
—
—
Double-sided copies
—
—
—
—
* LCC: Large capacity cabinet
2: Available
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5.1 Paper Specifications
Paper Sizes
Non-standard-sized paper
Paper Source
Paper Width
Paper Length
Multiple bypass tray
3-1/2 in. to 11-3/4 in.
5-1/2 in. to 17 in.
1st paper drawer
—
—
2nd paper drawer
—
—
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
—
—
3rd paper drawer
—
—
4th paper drawer
—
—
* LCC: Large capacity cabinet
—: Not available
Ledger
L (11 in.
× 17 in.
L)
11×14
L
Legal L
Letter C
Letter L
8 × 101/2 L
Paper Source, Etc.
Invoice
C (5-1/2
in. × 81/2 in.
C)
Invoice
L (5-1/2
in. × 81/2 in.
L)
Multiple bypass tray
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1st paper drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
2
2nd paper drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
2
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
—
—
—
2
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
2
4th paper drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
2
Double-sided copies
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
2
10 × 8
C
10 × 8 L
Multiple bypass tray
2
1st paper drawer
2nd paper drawer
Paper Size
Executi
ve C
Executi
ve L
2
2
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer
—
—
—
—
4th paper drawer
—
—
—
—
Double-sided copies
—
—
—
—
Paper Source, Etc.
Copy Paper
Paper Size
* LCC: Large capacity cabinet
2: Available
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Standard-sized paper
—: Not available
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5.1 Paper Specifications
Paper Capacity
Paper Type
Plain Paper
Special
Media
Recycled
Paper
Paper Source, Etc.
15 lbs. to 24
lbs.
24-1/4 lbs. to
55-3/4 lbs.
16 lbs. to 24
lbs.
Multiple bypass tray
150 sheets
100 sheets
150 sheets
1st paper drawer
500 sheets
—
500 sheets
2nd paper drawer
500 sheets
—
500 sheets
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
2,500 sheets
—
2,500 sheets
3rd paper drawer
500 sheets
—
500 sheets
4th paper drawer
500 sheets
—
500 sheets
Postcards
Label Sheets
Envelopes
Paper Source, Etc.
Overhead
Projector
Transparencies
Multiple bypass tray
50 sheets
50 sheets
50 sheets
10 sheets
1st paper drawer
—
—
—
—
2nd paper drawer
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer (LCC*)
—
—
—
—
3rd paper drawer
—
—
—
—
4th paper drawer
—
—
—
—
Weight (lbs.)
Copy Paper
Chapter 5
Paper Type
Special Media
* LCC: Large capacity cabinet
—: Not available
✎
Note
The 3rd paper drawer (large capacity cabinet), the 3rd paper drawer and the 4th
paper drawer are optional.
If the optional duplex unit is used to make double-sided copies, only plain and
recycled paper can be used.
If the optional finisher is used to sort/group, punch holes and staple, only plain
paper can be used.
The paper size setting for the 3rd paper drawer (large capacity cabinet) can be
changed in order to load A4-size paper. Contact your service representative to
change the paper size setting.
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5.2
5
Unsuitable Paper
The following types of paper should not be used, otherwise decreased print quality,
paper misfeeds or damage to the machine may occur.
Overhead projector transparencies that have already been fed through the machine
Even if the transparency is still blank, do not reuse it.
G
Paper that has been printed on by a heat-transfer printer or an inkjet printer
G
Paper that is either extremely thick or extremely thin
G
Folded, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper
G
Paper that has been left unwrapped for a long period of time
G
Damp paper
G
Perforated paper or paper with punched holes
G
Extremely smooth or extremely rough paper, or paper with an uneven surface
G
Paper that has been treated, such as carbon-backed, heat-sensitive or pressure-sensitive paper
G
Paper that has been decorated with foil or embossing
G
Paper of various sizes
G
Paper of a non-standard shape (not rectangular)
G
Paper that is bound with glue, staples or paper clips
G
Paper with labels attached
G
Paper with ribbons, hooks, buttons, etc. attached
G
Curled or wrinkled paper
G
Art paper, coated paper or inkjet printer paper
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5.3 Print Area
5.3
Print Area
Any part of the image within the area indicated below is not copied.
G
A margin 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size) from the leading edge of the
paper (A)
G
A margin 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size) from the trailing edge of the
paper (B)
G
A margin 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size) on both sides of the paper (C)
For details on using the machine to print from a computer when the printer controller
is installed, refer to User Manual for the printer controller.
Chapter 5
Paper output direction
Copy Paper
A: 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size)
B: 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size)
C: 0.16 ± 0.08 in. (4 ± 2 mm) (at full size)
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5.4
5
Paper Storage
Observe the following precautions when storing the paper.
G
Store the paper in a location that meets the following requirements.
❍
❍
❍
❍
Not exposed to direct sunlight
Not exposed to a flame
Not exposed to high humidity
Not extremely dusty
Unwrapped paper should be placed in a plastic bag and stored in a cool, dark
location.
G
Keep paper out of the reach of children.
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5.5 Automatically Selecting the Paper Source
5.5
Automatically Selecting the Paper Source
If the selected paper drawer runs out of paper while a copy job is being printed and
a different paper drawer is loaded with paper meeting the following conditions, the
other paper drawer is automatically selected so printing can continue.
If the optional large capacity cabinet (LCC) is installed, a maximum of 3,650 pages
can be printed or 3,650 copies made continuously. (With Letter C paper)
This feature is convenient when printing a large number of pages or making a large
number of copies continuously.
Operating conditions
G
The paper is the same size.
G
The paper is the same type.
G
The paper is positioned in the same orientation.
Copy Paper
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When printing a large number of pages or making a large number of copies continuously, load all paper drawers with paper satisfying the conditions listed above.
Order for Selecting Another Paper Drawer
When a different paper drawer is automatically selected, the next paper drawer in
the following list is chosen.
1st paper drawer → 2nd paper drawer → 3rd paper drawer → 4th paper drawer
→ Multiple bypass tray
✎
Note
When setting special media such as overhead projector transparencies or label
sheets into the Multiple Bypass Tray, the auto tray change function may be
started, and may supply the wrong paper.
We recommend that you make selections for special media in the User’s Choice
Special Settings. For details, refer to User’s Choice Settings in the Advanced
Operations volume of the User Manual.
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5.6
5
Loading Paper
While loading paper, be sure to observe the following precautions.
If the paper is curled, flatten it before loading it.
G
Do not load so much paper that
the top of the stack is higher than
the Ä mark or exceeds the specified number of sheets.
G
Make sure that the paper guides
are pushed up against the edges
of the paper.
G
When loading additional paper, remove any paper remaining in the
drawer, place it on top of the new
paper, and then align the paper in
the stack well before loading it into
the drawer.
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5.6 Loading Paper
✎
Tip
We recommend replenishing the paper only after all of the paper in the drawer
has been used.
Loading Paper Into the 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Paper Drawer
Load paper into the 1st or 2nd paper drawer or the optional 2 way paper feed
cabinet and paper feed cabinet, (3rd or 4th paper drawer) as described below.
1 Pull out the paper drawer to be
loaded with the paper.
2 Slide the paper guides to fit the
size of the paper to be loaded.
✎
Copy Paper
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Note
Make sure that the paper
guides fit firmly in their slots.
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5.6 Loading Paper
3 Load the paper into the drawer so
that the front side of the paper (the
side facing up when the package
was unwrapped) faces up.
✎
Note
Be careful not to touch the mylar.
Chapter 5
Mylar
4 Re-adjust the paper guides to fit
Copy Paper
the size of the paper.
5 Close the paper drawer.
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5.6 Loading Paper
Loading Paper Into the Large Capacity Cabinet
Load paper into the large capacity cabinet as described below.
1 Press the drawer release button.
✎
Note
When the power is turned off,
the paper supply cassette can
not be released, even by pushing the drawer release button.
of the drawer so that the front side
of the paper (the side facing up
when the package was
unwrapped) faces up.
Mylar
✎
Note
Be careful not to touch the mylar.
Copy Paper
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2 Load the paper into the right side
3 Load the paper into the left side of
the drawer so that the front side of
the paper (the side facing up when
the package was unwrapped)
faces up.
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5.6 Loading Paper
Loading Paper Into the Multiple Bypass Tray
Use the multiple bypass tray when printing on plain paper, postcards, envelopes,
overhead projector transparencies and label sheets.
Copying onto the lower side of the set paper.
✎
Note
To set paper other than plain paper, settings must be made in the touch panel.
While a copy job is being printed or queued, the paper size for the multiple bypass tray cannot be set.
In addition, the “OHP Interleaving” function cannot be set at the same time.
To load plain paper
1 Open the multiple bypass tray.
Copy Paper
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When loading large-sized paper,
open the tray extension.
Tray extension
2 Adjust the paper guides to fit the
size of the paper, and then insert
the paper as much as possible into
the feed slot.
✎
Note
Do not load so much paper
that the top of the stack is higher than the M mark.
Make sure that the paper
guides are pushed up against
the edges of the paper.
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5.6 Loading Paper
To load postcards
➜
When loading postcards, load
them with the shorter side as the
leading edge, as shown in the
illustration, and with the side to be
printed on facing down.
✎
Note
Do not load more than 50 postcards.
Do not load postcards crosswise.
Chapter 5
After you have loaded the paper,
set the paper type for the Multiple
Bypass Tray in the touch panel.
Copy Paper
To load envelopes
➜
When loading envelopes, load
them with the flap facing up, as
shown in the illustration.
✎
Note
Before loading envelopes, press
them down to make sure that all air
is removed, and make sure that
the folds of the flaps are firmly
pressed, otherwise the envelopes
may become wrinkled or a paper
misfeed may occur.
Do not load more than 10 envelopes.
After you have loaded the paper,
set the paper type for the Multiple
Bypass Tray in the touch panel.
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5
✎
Note
Do not load envelopes crosswise.
Chapter 5
Do not place the flap of envelopes
facing down.
To load overhead projector transparencies
When loading overhead projector
transparencies, load them in the
same orientation as the document.
Copy Paper
➜
✎
Note
Do not load more than 50 transparencies.
After you have loaded the paper,
set the paper type for the Multiple
Bypass Tray in the touch panel.
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5.6 Loading Paper
To load label sheets
1 When loading label sheets, load
them in the same orientation as
the document.
2 Place paper with the side to be
printed facing down.
✎
Note
Do not load more than 50 label
sheets.
Chapter 5
After you have loaded the paper,
set the paper type for the Multiple
Bypass Tray in the touch panel.
Copy Paper
To set a non-standard (custom) paper size
If non-standard-sized paper is loaded, it will be necessary to enter the paper size.
Two non-standard paper sizes can be stored for easy selection. For details, refer to
the next section.
✎
Note
Where you do not wish to set the custom size, press the [Panel Reset] key, or
exceed the auto panel reset time, and this will reset to the default settings.
1 Touch [Paper].
2 Touch the button for the multiple
bypass tray, and then touch [Mode
Change].
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5
3 Touch [Custom Size].
The Custom Size screen appears.
4 Touch
and press the [C] key.
Then, touch
and
to
select the length of side X for the
paper that is loaded.
Touch
so that the cursor
moves below the digit that you
wish to change.
Chapter 5
❍
5 Touch
❍
Copy Paper
and press the [C] key.
Then, touch
and
to
select the length of side Y for the
paper that is loaded.
Touch
until the cursor
moves below the digit that you
wish to change.
6 Touch [Enter].
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5.6 Loading Paper
To store a non-standard (custom) paper size
Two non-standard paper sizes can be stored. Storing paper sizes that are used
often enables the paper size to be selected quickly.
1 Touch the button for the multiple
bypass tray, and then touch [Mode
Change].
2 Touch [Custom Size].
Copy Paper
Chapter 5
The Custom Size screen appears.
3 Touch [Memorize Paper Size].
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5
4 Touch
and press the [C] key.
Then, touch
and
to
select the length of side X for the
paper that is loaded.
❍
Touch
until the cursor
moves below the digit that you
wish to change.
5 Touch
and press the [C] key.
Then, touch
and
to
select the length of side Y for the
paper that is loaded.
Touch
until the cursor
moves below the digit that you
wish to change.
Chapter 5
❍
6 Touch [1] or [2].
❍
If a paper size has already
been stored at the selected
button, the previously
assigned paper size is deleted
and the new paper size is
stored.
To store another custom paper
size, repeat steps 4, 5 and 6.
Copy Paper
❍
7 Touch [Enter].
This completes the storing of custom paper sizes.
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5.6 Loading Paper
To select a stored non-standard (custom) paper size
Copies can be made using the stored custom paper size.
1 Position the document(s) to be
copied.
2 Touch [Paper].
3 Touch the button for the multiple
bypass tray, and then touch [Mode
Change].
Copy Paper
Chapter 5
4 Touch [Custom Size].
5 Touch either [1] or [2] to select the
stored custom paper size, and
then touch [Enter].
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5
6 Press the [Start] key.
Copy Paper
Chapter 5
The copies are printed.
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5.7 Selecting the Paper Setting
5.7
Selecting the Paper Setting
The paper loaded into a paper drawer or the multiple bypass tray can be selected
for making copies.
To select paper loaded into a paper drawer
1 Position the document(s) to be
copied.
2 Touch [Paper].
3 Touch the button for the paper
drawer loaded with the desired
size of paper, and then press the
[Start] key.
The copies are printed.
Chapter 5
1 Position the document(s) to be
Copy Paper
To select paper loaded into the multiple bypass tray
3 Touch the button for the multiple
copied.
2 Touch [Paper].
bypass tray, and then touch [Mode
Change].
4 Touch the button for the type of
paper loaded into the multiple
bypass tray, and then touch
[Enter].
5 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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Chapter 6
Original
Documents
6
6
6
6.1
6.1 Feeding the Document
Feeding the Document
Using the Duplexing Document Feeder
The duplexing document feeder automatically feeds in, scans, then feeds out each
page of a multi-page document, one page at a time. The correct type of document
must be loaded in order for the duplexing document feeder to function properly.
If the correct type of document is not used, this may cause in a misfeed or damage
to the machine.
Document Types
Single-sided documents
Double-sided documents
Documents of mixed sizes
Chapter 6
Documents of Uniform Sizes
Paper Type
Original Documents
Document Size
Single-Sided Documents
Double-Sided
Documents
Plain Paper (9-1/4 lbs. to
34 lbs.)
Plain Paper (13-1/4 lbs.
to 34 lbs.)
11 × 17 L, Legal L, Letter L, Letter C, Invoice L (5-1/
2 in. × 8-1/2 in. L), Invoice C (5-1/2 in. × 8-1/2 in. C)
Documents of Mixed Original Detection mode
Single-Sided Documents
Double-Sided
Documents
Paper Type
Plain Paper (13-1/4 lbs. to 34 lbs.)
Document Size
Refer to “Mixed Width Document Sizes”.
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6.1 Feeding the Document
Mixed Width Document Sizes
Maximum Document
Width
11 in.
8-1/2 in.
5-1/2 in.
Mixed Width Document
Detection
11 × 17 L
Letter C
Legal L
Letter L
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 C
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 L
11 in.
11 × 17 L
2
2
—
—
—
—
Letter C
2
2
—
—
—
—
8-1/2 in.
Legal L
2
2
2
2
2
—
Letter L
2
2
2
2
2
—
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 C
—
—
2
2
2
—
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 L
—
—
—
—
—
2
5-1/2 in.
2: Copying possible
—: Copying not possible
Sizes of Documents That Can Be Faxed
If the duplexing document feeder is used, documents with the Ledger L-size to Invoice-size (5-1/2 in. × 8-1/2 in.) can be faxed. With non-standard-sized documents,
documents with the following maximum and minimum sizes can be scanned.
Minimum size
Chapter 6
Maximum size
11-11/16
5
39-3/8
4
Paper feed
direction
Original Documents
Paper feed
direction
Unit: inch
✎
Note
An area of 1/2 in. on all sides of the document cannot be scanned.
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
Unit: inch
When positioned on the original glass, any document with the Letter to 11 × 17 Lsize or smaller can be faxed.
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6.1 Feeding the Document
Precautions Concerning the Documents
The following types of documents should not be loaded into the duplexing document feeder, otherwise paper misfeeds or damage to the document may occur. Instead, these types of documents should be positioned on the original glass.
Documents on special paper
G
Folded documents (folded in half or fanned)
G
Highly translucent or transparent documents, such as diazo photosensitive paper
G
Documents with binder holes
G
Documents with many binder holes, such as loose-leaf paper
G
Coated documents, such as heat-sensitive or carbon-backed paper
G
Inkjet printer paper
G
Documents that have just been printed with this machine
Documents on paper that cannot be fed
G
Curled documents
G
Wrinkled or torn documents
G
Overhead transparencies
Original Documents
Chapter 6
If non-standard-sized paper is determined to be close to a standard size, copying
with the “Auto Paper” or “Auto Size” settings is possible.
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6.2
6
Feeding the Document Through the Duplexing
Document Feeder
Loading the Document
1 Slide the adjustable document
guides to fit the size of the
document.
2 Load the documents to be faxed or
copied face up.
✎
Chapter 6
Note
A document consisting of up to
80 pages can be loaded. Do
not load so many pages that
the top of the stack is higher
than the Ä mark.
Original Documents
3 Adjust the document guides to the
size of the document.
✎
Note
Be sure to load the document
correctly, otherwise the pages
may not be fed in straight.
4 Make the various settings for faxing or copying.
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6.2 Feeding the Document Through the Duplexing Document Feeder
5 < Copying >
Touch [Original Direction], and
then select the setting appropriate
for your document.
✎
Note
If the orientation of the document is different from that of
the selected Original Direction
setting, certain copy operations, such as 2in1 or 4in1
copying, will not be printed correctly.
6 Press the [Start] key.
Chapter 6
The pages of the document are fed in, starting with the topmost page.
To load a document of mixed sizes (“Mixed Orig Detection” function)
With mixed width document detection, documents of various standard-sized pages
can be scanned and copied as a set using the duplexing document feeder.
Original Documents
1 Stack the pages of the document
face up as shown, making sure
that all pages are aligned at the
top edge and on the left side.
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6
2 Slide the adjustable document
guides to fit the size of the largest
page.
3 Load the document so that all
pages are aligned along the
document guide toward the rear of
the machine.
4 Adjust the document guides to the
size of the document.
❍
Be sure to load the document
correctly, otherwise the pages
may not be fed in straight.
Note
Certain document size combinations are not possible with the “Mixed Orig
Detection” function. For details, refer to page 6-3.
Chapter 6
✎
5 In the Basics screen, touch [Mixed
Original Documents
Orig Detection].
6 Select the desired copy settings,
and then press the [Start] key.
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6.3 Positioning Documents on the Original Glass
6.3
Positioning Documents on the Original Glass
The procedure for positioning the document differs depending on the type of document being copied, therefore be sure the document is positioned correctly. For information on using the duplexing document feeder, refer to “Feeding the Document
Through the Duplexing Document Feeder” (page 6-5).
When placing the document directly on the original glass, position it after lifting the
original cover or the duplexing document feeder 15° or more, as shown below.
When loaded horizontally
15
When loaded vertically
15
Follow the procedure described below when copying plain paper or documents that
cannot be fed through the duplexing document feeder.
1 Lift open the original cover, or the
duplexing document feeder if it is
installed, and then position the
document face down on the
original glass.
Original Documents
Chapter 6
To position sheet documents
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2 Position the document so that it
aligns with the arrow in the upperleft corner of the document scales.
3 Carefully close the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is
installed.
To position transparent or translucent documents
Follow the procedure described below when copying documents, such as overhead
transparencies, tracing paper or diazo photosensitive paper.
1 Lift open the original cover, or the
duplexing document feeder if it is
installed, and then position the
document face down on the
original glass.
Chapter 6
2 Position the document so that it
aligns with the arrow in the upperleft corner of the document scales.
3 Place a blank sheet of paper of the
Original Documents
same size over the document.
4 Carefully close the original cover,
or the duplexing document feeder
if it is installed.
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6.3 Positioning Documents on the Original Glass
To position books or magazines
Follow the procedure described below when copying bound documents, such as
books and magazines.
1 In the Basics screen, touch [Orig. Ö Copy], and touch [Book]. Then, make other
settings.
2 Lift open the original cover, or the
duplexing document feeder if it is
installed.
3 Position the document face down
on the original glass, with the top
of the book toward the rear of the
machine and with the center of the
book aligned with the book mark in
the document scale.
4 Carefully close the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is
installed.
✎
Chapter 6
Note
For thick documents, make the copy without closing the original cover or duplexing document feeder.
Original Documents
While the document is being scanned with the original cover or duplexing
document feeder open, do not look directly at the bright light that may shine
through the original glass.
If the document is not positioned correctly, the copies will not be printed in
the correct sequence.
Lift open the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is installed,
15° or more.
Do not place documents exceeding 6-1/2 lbs. on the original glass.
If a book is placed on the original glass, do not press it down with extreme
force, otherwise the original glass may be damaged.
✎
Tip
For details, refer to “Copying a Book” on page 7-29.
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
6.4
Loading Documents for Specific Applications
The most appropriate document feed method and copy settings for specific applications are described below.
For details on specifying the various copy settings, refer to “7 Specifying Copy Settings”.
Description of the Table
2 3 4
1
5
6
7
8
Single-Sided Document Ö
Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
2
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
—
3
1. Shows whether the original document and the desired copy are single-sided or
double-sided.
2. Shows how the copy will appear.
Chapter 6
1
Copy
Setting
4. Shows the selected Copy setting (Single-Sided, Double-Sided, 2in1 or 4in1) on
the Orig. Ö Copy screen. (page 7-20)
5. Shows the selected Finishing setting. (Corner Staple, 2-Point Staple or Hole
Punch) (page 7-2)
6. Shows the selected Margin setting from the Orig. Ö Copy screen if a margin is
specified for the document. (page 7-26)
7. Shows the selected File Margin setting from the Auxiliary screen if a binding
margin is specified for the copy. (Advanced Operations volume)
8. Shows the stapling or hole-punching position that must be selected. (page 7-8
and page 7-10)
* A dash (—) indicates that no setting should be selected.
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Original Documents
3. Shows how the document should be positioned. (page 6-5)
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Documents
Single-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1
1
2
Chapter 6
Original Documents
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
2
2
1
1
SingleSided
2
Document: Vertical Paper
2
1
1
1
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Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
2
2
1
SingleSided
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34
12
—
—
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
34
34
12
12
Corner Staple
—
34
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12
Single2in1
3
4
1
2
1
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—
—
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
3
4
3
4
1
2
1
2
Single2in1
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
3
4
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6
6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
5 6
3 4
7 8
Chapter 6
1 2
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
6-14
5 6
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
5 6
7 8
5 6
7 8
—
5 6
7 8
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1
2 3
2
1
1
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
3
2 3
1
Chapter 6
2
—
3
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
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3
2
3
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34 56
12
34
12
34
—
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
—
56
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12
Corner Staple
56
34 56
12
Double2in1
Document: Vertical Paper
3
4
Original Documents
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
6-16
5
6
5
6
3
4
5
6
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Single-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
7 8
1 2
9 10
3 4
11 12
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
—
9 10
3 4
11 12
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7 8
1 2
1 2
3 4
5
7
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
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7
6
8
9 10
11 12
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
6
8
9 10
11 12
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Documents
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1
2
1
Chapter 6
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
2
2
1
1
SingleSided
2
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
2
1
1
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Corner Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
2
2
1
1
SingleSided
2
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34
12
—
—
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
34
34
12
12
Corner Staple
—
34
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12
Single2in1
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4
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2
1
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—
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
3
4
3
4
1
2
1
2
Single2in1
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
3
4
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
5 6
3 4
7 8
Chapter 6
1 2
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
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5 6
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
5 6
7 8
5 6
7 8
5 6
7 8
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
2 3
1
2
1
Corner Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
3
2 3
1
DoubleSided
1
Chapter 6
2
—
3
2
1
2
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2
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2
3
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34 56
12
34
12
34
—
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
—
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Corner Staple
56
34 56
12
Double2in1
Document: Vertical Paper
3
4
Original Documents
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
6-22
5
6
5
6
3
4
5
6
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
Double2in1
Corner Staple
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Left-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
7 8
1 2
9 10
3 4
11 12
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
—
9 10
3 4
11 12
Chapter 6
7 8
1 2
1 2
3 4
5
7
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
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6
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9 10
11 12
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
6
8
5
7
9
11
9 10
11 12
6
8
10
12
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Top-Bound Double-Sided Documents
Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1
1
2
Chapter 6
Original Documents
Corner Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
2
2
1
1
SingleSided
—
2
Document: Vertical Paper
2
1
1
6-24
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Corner Staple
—
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
SingleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
2
2
1
1
SingleSided
—
2
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Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34
12
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
34
34
12
12
Corner Staple
—
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12
Single2in1
Document: Vertical Paper
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2
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—
—
Single2in1
Corner Staple
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
3
4
3
4
1
2
1
2
Single2in1
Original Documents
3
4
1
2
—
3
4
6-25
6
6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Single-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
5 6
3 4
7 8
Chapter 6
1 2
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
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5 6
7 8
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Single4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
5 6
7 8
5 6
7 8
—
5 6
7 8
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Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1
2 3
2
1
1
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
DoubleSided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
3
2 3
1
—
Chapter 6
2
3
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
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3
2
3
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
DoubleSided
Corner Staple
—
Doublesided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Doublesided
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
—
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
34 56
12
34
12
34
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
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12
Corner Staple
56
34 56
12
Double2in1
Document: Vertical Paper
3
4
Original Documents
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
6-28
5
6
5
6
3
4
5
6
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Corner Staple
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double2in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
—
—
—
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6.4 Loading Documents for Specific Applications
Top-Bound Double-Sided Document Ö Double-Sided Copy
Desired Copy
Copy
Setting
Finishing
Setting
Margin
Setting
(Orig. Ö
Copy
Screen)
File
Margin
Setting
(Auxiliary
Screen)
Binding
Position
Document: Horizontal Paper
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
7 8
1 2
9 10
3 4
11 12
1 2
3 4
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
5 6
—
9 10
3 4
11 12
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7 8
1 2
1 2
3 4
5
7
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
1 2
3 4
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7
6
8
9 10
11 12
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
6
8
9 10
11 12
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
Double4in1
Corner Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Double4in1
Hole Punch
2-Point Staple
—
—
Original Documents
Document: Vertical Paper
—
—
—
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6.5
6.5 Large Documents
Large Documents
Precautions for 11 × 17 L/Legal L Copies
When making 11 × 17 L or Legal L copies, observe the following precautions concerning the orientation of the document and the positions of 2-point stapling or holepunching.
A
If any of the following types of documents are loaded, select the
rection setting from the Orig. Ö Copy screen. → page 7-23
Original Di-
Original Documents
Chapter 6
When making 11 × 17 L or Legal L copies, the “2-Point Staple” and “Hole Punch”
settings are not available with the following positions.
1
2
1
2
3
4
1 2
5 6
3 4
7 8
1
2 3
1
2
3
4
1 2
3 4
6-30
5
6
5 6 9 10
7 8 11 12
1
2
12
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1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
1
2
3
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Specifying Copy Settings
7
Chapter 7
Specifying Copy Settings
Chapter 7
7
7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
7.1
Specifying Finishing Settings
Various finishing settings for sorting or grouping, stapling or punching holes in copies are available.
In the touch panel, touch [Basics], and then touch [Finishing]. A screen appears,
showing the available Finishing settings.
Available Finishing Settings
G
Non-Sort
The copies are fed out and
stacked on top of each other as
they are printed.
G
Sort
The copies are automatically divided into the specified number of
sets with each set containing a
copy of each page.
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The copies are automatically divided into stacks containing copies of the same page.
Specifying Copy Settings
G
7
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7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
<Only when the finisher is installed>
G
Corner Staple
Copies printed with the “Sort” or
“Group” setting are automatically
stapled together in the upper-left
corner.
✎
Note
Thick paper, envelopes and overhead projector transparencies
cannot be stapled.
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<Only when the finisher is installed>
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Specifying Copy Settings
Chapter 7
7
2-Point Staple
Copies printed with the “Sort” or
“Group” setting are automatically
stapled together at two points on
the left edge.
✎
Note
Thick paper, envelopes and overhead projector transparencies
cannot be stapled.
<Only when the finisher is installed>
G
Hole Punch
Holes are punched in the copies
so they can be filed.
This setting can be combined with
the “Non-Sort”, “Sort”, “Group” or a
staple setting.
✎
Note
Holes cannot be punched in envelopes and overhead projector
transparencies.
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<Only when the finisher and the saddle kit are installed>
Creased and 2-Point Staple
Automatically crease paper copied
in booklet-printing mode, and stapled together at two points in the
center.
Specifying Copy Settings
G
✎
Note
Thick paper, envelopes and overhead projector transparencies
cannot be creased and 2-point
stapled.
✎
Tip
As a default, “Non-Sort” or “Sort” are automatically selected depending on the
number of pages in the document. The default setting is “Non-Sort”. The default
setting can be changed using a function on the User’s Choice screen. For details, refer to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
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7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
Notes on Using the “Sort” and “Group” Settings
G
If a document positioned on the original glass is copied using the “Sort” setting,
copying is automatically performed using the “Separate Scan” function.
For details, refer to “Auxiliary Functions” in the Advanced Operations volume of
the User Manual.
G
If the finisher or the mail bin kit is installed, each set of copies is fed out shifted
to alternating sides.
G
If the job separator is installed, but the finisher or the mail bin kit is not, each set
of copies is fed out in an alternating crisscross pattern.
<Conditions for crisscross sorting>
G
Letter sized paper is set horizontally or vertically.
G
Paper of the same type must be loaded horizontally in one paper drawer and
vertically in another drawer.
G
The “Mixed Orig Detection” function must not be selected.
G
None of the following can be selected: the “Page Insertion” and the “Cover
Mode” functions.
G
A paper drawer cannot be selected.
G
If a finisher is installed, crisscross sorting can not be carried out.
Shift Sorting
Each copy set is fed out shifted to alternating
sides.
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Crisscross Sorting
Specifying Copy Settings
Each copy set is fed out in an alternating
crisscross pattern.
Shift Grouping
Each page set is fed out shifted to alternating
sides.
Crisscross Grouping
Each page set is fed out in an alternating
crisscross pattern.
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7
7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
To make copies using a stapling setting
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
Specifying Copy Settings
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original
Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Sort], and after selecting your
desired sorting mode, touch staple mode.
❍
❍
If “Corner Staple” was selected, skip
to step 6.
If “2-Point Staple” was selected, continue with step 4.
4 Touch [Select Position].
5 Touch the button for the desired stapling
position.
6 Touch [Enter].
7 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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✎
Note
A stapling setting cannot be selected if another job has been interrupted.
When making copies while using a staple setting, be careful of the selected stapling position.
For details, refer to page 7-12.
If “Corner Staple” was selected, the stapling position cannot be specified. However, if the “Corner Staple” setting is used together with the “Hole Punch” setting, the stapling position can be specified.
If a document positioned on the original glass is copied using a stapling setting,
copying is automatically performed using the “Separate Scan” function.
For details, refer to “Auxiliary Functions” in the Advanced Operations volume of
the User Manual.
When copying while using a stapling setting, be sure that the maximum number
of pages that can be stapled together is not exceeded.
Where you do not set the position, the stapling position is automatically specified.
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7
7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
To make copies using the “Hole Punch” setting
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
Specifying Copy Settings
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original
Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Select “Non-Sort”, “Sort” or “Group”, and
then touch [Hole Punch].
4 Touch [Select Position].
5 Touch the button for the desired hole
punch positions.
❍
To allow the hole punch position to
automatically be specified, touch
[OFF].
6 Touch [Enter].
7 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
✎
Tip
If copying is started without the hole punch position specified or if [OFF] was
selected, the hole punch position is automatically specified according to the
document orientation, as shown below.
To adjust the position of the punched holes, contact your service representative.
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Creasing and Folding
Specifying Copy Settings
When the optional finisher or saddle kits are installed, you can set a crease to fold
paper in two. Additionally, you can add two staples in the middle of the paper
(center stapling).
Before selecting the “Crease” setting, be sure to select the “Booklet Creation”
setting from the Orig. Ö Copy screen. (Refer to page 7-23.)
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Select “Non-Sort”, “Sort” or “Group”, and
then touch [Crease].
❍
When using Center staple, (folding),
select the [2-Point Staple] key.
4 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
✎
Note
Creased and 2-point staple can be applied to Letter to 11 × 17 L sized paper.
2 to 15 sheets of paper can be stabled.
Only plain and recycled paper can be creased or 2-point stapled.
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7
7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
Notes on the Staple Position
The location that can be stapled differs depending on the paper size and the paper
orientation.
Specifying Copy Settings
Refer to the following table when selecting the paper for copying.
<When the “Corner Staple” setting is selected>
When the finisher is installed
Screen
Icon
7-12
Document Orientation
Staple Position
Feeding From the Duplexing
Document Feeder
Scanning From the Original
Glass
Document size: Letter C
Document size: Letter C
Paper size: Letter C
Document size: 5-1/2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: 5-1/2 × 8-1/2C
Paper size: 5-1/2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: Letter or Legal L
Document size: Letter or Legal L
Paper size: Letter or Legal L
Document size: 11 × 17 L
Document size: 11 × 17 L
Paper size: 11 × 17 L
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<When the “2-Point Staple” setting is selected>
When the finisher is installed
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Staple Position
Feeding From the Duplexing
Document Feeder
Scanning From the Original
Glass
Document size: Letter C or 5-1/
2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: Letter C or 5-1/
2 × 8-1/2C
Paper size: Letter C or
5-1/2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: Letter C or
Legal C
Document size: Letter C or
Legal C
Paper size: Letter L or
Legal L
Document size: Letter L or 5-1/
2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: Letter L or 5-1/
2 × 8-1/2C
Paper size: Letter C or
5-1/2 × 8-1/2C
Document size: Letter L or
Legal L
Document size: Letter L or
Legal L
Paper size: Letter L or
Legal L
Document size: 11 × 17 L
Document size: 11 × 17 L
Paper size: 11 × 17 L
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Icon
Specifying Copy Settings
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7
7.1 Specifying Finishing Settings
Notes on the Number of Possible Stapled Sets
While copying with a stapling setting, pages may become misaligned or fall. We
recommend that no more than the number of sets listed below be stapled.
Maximum number of sets
Number of bound pages
Finisher (11 × 17 L to 5.5 × 8.5 C)
2 sheets
100 sets
3 to 5 sheets
80 sets
6 to 10 sheets
60 sets
11 to 20 sheets
40 sets
21 to 30 sheets
33 sets
31 to 40 sheets
25 sets
41 to 50 sheets
20 sets
Notes on the Hole Punch Position
When copying with the “Hole Punch” setting selected, be careful of the orientation
of the document.
When the finisher and punch kit are installed
Screen
Icon
7-14
Document Orientation
Feeding From the Duplexing
Document Feeder
Scanning From the Original
Glass
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Specifying a Zoom Setting
Copies of documents can be enlarged or reduced.
In the touch panel, touch [Basics], and then touch [Zoom]. A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
There are eight ways to change the zoom ratio.
G
Auto Size
The most appropriate zoom ratio based on the size of the document loaded and
the specified paper size is automatically selected.
G
Full-Size
A copy that is the same size as the document (× 1.000) is selected.
G
Enlarge
Various zoom settings for making enlarged copies from common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
For example:
❍
❍
G
Reduce
Various zoom settings for making reduced copies from common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
For example:
❍
❍
G
A Letter-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size paper.
A Legal-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size paper.
An 11 × 17-size document can be copied onto the smaller Letter-size paper.
A Legal-size document can be copied onto the smaller Letter-size paper.
Minimal
The copy is slightly reduced (× 0.930).
❍
❍
Selecting the “Minimal” setting ensures that any part of the original positioned
at the edge of the page will not be cut off in the copy.
The zoom ratio of the “Minimal” setting can be changed to any ratio between
× 0.900 and × 0.999.
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Chapter 7
7.2 Specifying a Zoom Setting
Specifying Copy Settings
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7
G
7.2 Specifying a Zoom Setting
Zooming
Any zoom ratio (between × 0.250 and × 4.000) can be specified.
❍
G
CustomZoom
Any zoom ratio (between × 0.250 and × 4.000) can be specified.
❍
❍
G
Touch
and
to select the desired zoom ratio. Each time
or
is touched, the zoom ratio is increased or decreased by an increment
of 0.001.
Use the 10-Key Pad to enter the desired zoom ratio.
Up to two zoom ratios entered using the 10-Key Pad can be stored.
X/Y Zoom
The copy size can be changed by specifying different scaling proportions (between × 0.250 and × 4.000) for the vertical and the horizontal dimensions.
To select a Zoom setting
1 Press the [Copy] key.
2 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available
Zoom settings.
3 Select the desired Zoom setting.
Specifying a “Custom Zoom” Setting
To enter a custom zoom ratio
1 Press the [Copy] key.
2 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
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3 Touch [CustomZoom].
4 Use the 10-Key Pad to type in the desired
Specifying Copy Settings
zoom ratio (between × 0.250 and
× 4.000).
5 Touch [Enter].
The entered zoom ratio is displayed and
is specified as the custom Zoom setting.
To store Custom Zoom and Minimal zoom ratios
1 Press the [Copy] key.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
3 Touch [CustomZoom].
4 Touch [Memorize Zoom].
5 Use the 10-Key Pad to type in the desired
zoom ratio (between × 0.250 and
× 4.000).
❍
To store a Minimal zoom ratio, type in
the desired zoom ratio between
× 0.900 and × 0.999. The entered
zoom ratio is displayed.
6 Touch [1], [2] or [Minimal].
7 Touch [Enter].
The entered zoom ratio is stored.
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7.2 Specifying a Zoom Setting
To recall a stored custom zoom ratio
1 Press the [Copy] key.
Specifying Copy Settings
2 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
3 Touch [CustomZoom].
4 Touch [1], [2] or [Minimal].
5 Touch [Enter].
The entered zoom ratio is recalled.
To specify different vertical and horizontal scaling proportions (“X/Y Zoom”
setting)
1 Press the [Copy] key.
2 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
3 Touch [CustomZoom].
4 Touch [X/Y Zoom].
The X/Y Zoom screen appears.
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5 Use the 10-Key Pad to type in the desired
length of side X (between × 0.250 and
× 4.000).
6 Use the 10-Key Pad to type in the desired
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length of side Y (between × 0.250 and
× 4.000).
7 Touch [Enter].
The entered zoom ratio is applied.
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
7.3
Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
In the touch panel, touch [Orig. Ö Copy]. A screen appears, showing the available
document and copy settings.
Orig. Ö Copy Settings
G
Single-Sided Ö Single-Sided
A single-sided copy is produced
from a single-sided document.
G
Single-Sided Ö Double-Sided
<The duplex unit and switchback
unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from two single-sided documents.
G
Single-Sided Ö Single-2in1
A single-sided copy is produced
from two single-sided documents.
G
Single-Sided Ö Double-2in1
<The duplex unit and switchback
unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from four single-sided documents.
G
Double-Sided Ö Single-Sided
<Only if the duplexing document
feeder is installed>
Two single-sided copies are produced from a double-sided document.
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<Only if the duplexing document
feeder, duplex unit and switchback
unit is installed>
A double-sided copy is produced
from a double-sided document.
G
Double-Sided Ö Single-2in1
<Only if the duplexing document
feeder is installed>
A single-sided copy is produced
from a double-sided document.
G
Double-Sided Ö Double-2in1
<Only if the duplexing document
feeder, duplex unit and switchback
unit is installed>
A double-sided copy is produced
from two double-sided documents.
G
Single-Sided Ö Single-4in1
A single-sided copy is produced
from four single-sided documents.
G
Single-Sided Ö Double-4in1
<The duplex unit and switchback
unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from eight single-sided documents.
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
G
Single-Sided Ö Booklet Creation
<The duplex unit and switchback
unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from four single-sided documents.
G
Double-Sided Ö Single-4in1
<Only if the duplexing document
feeder is installed>
A single-sided copy is produced
from two double-sided documents.
G
Double-Sided Ö Double-4in1
<Only if the duplexing document
feeder, duplex unit and switchback
unit is installed>
A double-sided copy is produced
from four double-sided documents.
G
Book (Separation) Ö Single-Sided
Two single-sided copies are produced from a bound document.
G
Book (Spreadsheet) Ö Single-Sided
A single-sided copy is produced
from a bound document.
G
Book (Separation) Ö Double-Sided
<The duplex unit and switchback
unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from a bound document.
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<The duplexing unit and switchback unit are required>
A double-sided copy is produced
from a bound document.
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7
Chapter 7
7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
To specify Orig. Ö Copy settings
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Orig. Ö Copy].
4 Select the setting for the type of
document to be copied.
(For the example at the right,
touch [Single-Sided].)
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
5 Select the setting for the desired
type of copy.
(For the example at the right,
touch [Double-Sided].)
❍
To select the “Double-2in1”,
“Booklet Creation”, “Single4in1” or “Double-4in1” settings,
touch [4in1/Booklet].
❍
Select the desired type of
copy, and touch [Enter].
6 Touch [Original Direction].
❍
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Select an Original Direction setting if the document is loaded in an
orientation other than the standard.
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
7 Select the appropriate document
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orientation setting.
8 Touch [Enter].
9 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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Copying a Bound Document
The scanning position for bound documents can be adjusted.
The binding width can be seen by making copies with the “Single-Sided Ö DoubleSided” or the “Double-Sided Ö Single-Sided” settings selected.
Specifying Copy Settings
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7
Original Document
Copy
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Orig. Ö Copy].
4 Touch [Margin].
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
5 Select the appropriate binding
margin position.
Left binding position
There are two locations for the
binding position, as shown in
the illustrations at the right.
Specifying Copy Settings
❍
Top binding position
6 Touch
and
to select
the desired binding margin width.
❍
The binding margin can be set
between 0 in. and 3/4 in., in 1/
16 in. increments.
7 Touch [Enter].
8 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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7
7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
✎
Specifying Copy Settings
If the setting for the top binding
position is selected for doublesided copying, the back side of
the page is printed upside
down.
Original Document
1
2
Original Document
1
2
Copy
12
Copy
1
2
Tip
If the setting for the left binding
position is selected for doublesided copying, the front and
back sides of the page will be
printed with the same orientation.
To adjust the width of the area erased from the bottom of the back side of
the page, contact your service representative.
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
Copying a Book
Spread-sheet
Specifying Copy Settings
Separate
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Orig. Ö Copy].
4 Touch [Book].
5 Select the appropriate setting for
the binding position of the book
(“Standard Book” or
“RightBound”).
6 Select whether to copy both pages
of the book onto one sheet
(“Spreadsheet”) or onto two
separate sheets (“Separation”).
7 To erase around the text or along
the binding, touch [Book Erase].
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8 Select the desired Book Erase
setting.
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7
✎
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Tip
The pages can be copied with
a blank area framing the text.
Frame-erasing
The pages can be copied with
a blank area along the binding.
Center-erasing
The pages can be copied with
a blank area framing the text
and along the binding.
Center- & frame-erasing
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7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
9 Touch
and
to specify
the width of the erased area.
✎
Specifying Copy Settings
Tip
The erased area can be set
between 1/4 in. and 3/4 in., in
1/16 in. increments.
As a default, the width of the
area erased along the binding
is 1/2 in. To change this default
setting, consult your service
representative.
10 Touch [Enter].
11 Select the desired copy settings.
✎
Note
If you touch [Book], you can
not select [Single-2in1] or [4in1
/ Booklet].
12 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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7
7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
Copying Book Pages onto Separate Double-Sided Pages
1 In the Basics screen, touch [Orig.
Ö Copy], and then touch [Book].
2 Select the appropriate setting for
the binding position of the book
(“Standard Book” or
“RightBound”).
3 Touch [Separation], and then touch [Enter].
4 Touch [Double-Sided].
5 Touch [Page Order].
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Chapter 7
7.3 Selecting the Orig. > Copy Settings
6 Select the setting for the desired
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page order, and then touch
[Enter].
✎
Tip
Book page order
Both the left and the right sides
are double-sided.
7 Press the [Start] key.
The copies are printed.
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Quickly Selecting Default Settings
The default Orig. Ö Copy setting is “Single-Sided Ö Single-Sided”. The default setting can be changed to “Single-Sided Ö Double-Sided” or “Double-Sided Ö DoubleSided”.
Specifying Copy Settings
Chapter 7
7
✎
Tip
The default settings can be changed using the various functions on the User’s
Choice screen. For details, refer to “Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode
Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
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Specifying a Copy Density
Selecting a Density Setting
In the touch panel, touch [Density]. A screen appears, showing the available Density settings.
Select the appropriate setting for the document to be copied (“Text”, “Photo” or
“Text/Photo”). Then, adjust the density as necessary.
✎
Tip
The Density setting “Auto” is the default setting. The default Density setting can
be changed using a function on the User’s Choice screen. For details, refer to
“Changing Default Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of the User Manual.
Selecting the “Text” Setting
Select the “Text” setting to emphasize contours and reproduce text documents with
sharpness.
<“Auto” Density>
The density is automatically adjusted for the document.
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Density].
4 Touch [Text].
5 Touch [Auto], or touch [Lighter] and
[Darker] to select the desired Density
setting.
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7.4
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7.4 Specifying a Copy Density
Specifying Copy Settings
Chapter 7
7
7.4 Specifying a Copy Density
Selecting the “Photo” Setting
Select the “Photo” setting when copying documents with halftones such as photographs.
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Density].
4 Touch [Photo].
5 Touch [Lighter] and [Darker] to select the
desired Density setting.
✎
Note
The “Auto” Density setting cannot be
selected if the “Photo” setting is selected. Selecting the “Auto” setting automatically selects the “Text” setting.
Selecting the “Text/Photo” Setting
Select the “Text/Photo” setting when copying documents containing both text and
photos.
1 Position the document(s) to be copied.
❍
For details, refer to “6 Original Documents”.
2 Press the [Copy] key.
3 Touch [Density].
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4 Touch [Text/Photo].
5 Touch [Auto], or touch [Lighter] and
[Darker] to select the desired Density
setting.
✎
Tip
If the “Auto” Density setting is selected, the density of the copy is adjusted
as necessary. However, the density can be made lighter or darker using a
function on the User’s Choice screen. For details, refer to “Changing Default
Settings” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume of
the User Manual.
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7.4 Specifying a Copy Density
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Touch Panel
Messages
Touch Panel Messages
8
Chapter 8
8
When the Message “Ready to copy Please add
toner.” Appears
When the toner is nearly empty, the “Please add toner” message is displayed. After
it is displayed, you can still print approximately 1000 pages, however please replace the bottle as soon as possible.
For details, refer to “To replace the toner bottle” on page 8-3.
To order supplies, call the Imagistics Supply Line at: 1-800-462-6797 (US)
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
8.1
8.1 When the Message “Ready to copy Please add toner.” Appears
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8.2
8
When the Message “Please add toner.” Appears
Chapter 8
When the toner is empty, the message shown below appears and printing can no
longer be performed.
Touch Panel Messages
Follow the procedure described below to replace the toner bottle.
To replace the toner bottle
1 Open the front door.
2 Pull the toner hopper out as far as
possible.
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8.2 When the Message “Please add toner.” Appears
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Chapter 8
3 Flip up the toner bottle holder.
4 Carefully pull out the empty toner
bottle.
❍
Dispose of empty cartridge
properly. Recycle where
possible.
5 Hit one end of the new toner bottle
against a hard surface, such as a
desk or table, 4 or 5 times, and
then hit the other end 4 or 5 times.
❍
8-4
Since the toner within the
bottle may have become
compacted, be sure to break it
up by performing this step.
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8
6 Shake the new toner bottle up and
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Chapter 8
down about 5 times.
7 With the seal on the toner bottle
facing upward, insert the bottle.
8 Flip down on the toner bottle
holder until it locks into place.
Grab the seal on the toner bottler,
and then slowly pull it off toward
you.
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8
8.2 When the Message “Please add toner.” Appears
9 Fold down the toner bottle holder,
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Chapter 8
and then push in the toner hopper.
10 Close the front door.
✎
Note
When the front door is closed, the toner automatically begins refilling.
While toner is being refilled, do not turn off the machine or open any other
doors.
✎
Tip
If the print is faint immediately after the toner bottle is replaced, replenish the
toner. (For more details, refer to User Management Functions of “Utility
Mode Operations” in the Advanced Operations volume.)
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8.3
8
When the Message “Stapler empty.” Appears
Chapter 8
When the staple cartridge is empty, the message shown below appears and stapling can no longer be performed.
Touch Panel Messages
Follow the procedure described below to replace the staple cartridge.
To order supplies, call the Imagistics Supply Line at: 1-800-462-6797 (US)
✎
Note
Be sure to replace the staple cartridge only after the message appears. The machine may be damaged if the staple cartridge is removed before the message
appears.
To replace the staple cartridge for finisher
1 Open the front door.
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8.3 When the Message “Stapler empty.” Appears
2 Pull the staple cartridge holder out
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Chapter 8
toward you.
3 Press in the area marked “PUSH”
to unlock the staple holder.
4 Remove the empty staple
cartridge from the staple cartridge
holder.
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8
5 Insert the new staple cartridge into
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Chapter 8
the staple cartridge holder, and
then carefully remove the stopper.
6 Insert the refilled staple cartridge
holder until it locks into place.
7 Close the front door.
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8.3 When the Message “Stapler empty.” Appears
To replace the staple cartridge for the saddle kit
1 While holding up the paper output
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Chapter 8
tray, remove the staple cartridge.
2 Press in the area marked “PUSH”
to unlock the staple holder.
3 Remove the empty staple
cartridge from the staple cartridge
holder.
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8
4 Insert the new staple cartridge into
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Chapter 8
the staple cartridge holder.
5 Carefully remove the stopper.
6 Insert the refilled staple cartridge
holder until it locks into place.
CAUTION
Be careful when installing the
staple cartridge holder.
➜ Be sure that the staple
cartridge holder is inserted
facing the correct direction.
7 Lower the paper output tray.
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8.3 When the Message “Stapler empty.” Appears
8 Open then shut the misfeed-
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Chapter 8
clearing door.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
8.4
When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
2
5
3
4
6
8
9
7
10
Message
Description
Message
Description
1
A paper misfeed in the duplexing
document feeder (page 8-14)
6
A paper misfeed in the 3rd or 4th paper
drawer (page 8-21)
2
A paper misfeed in the fusing section
(page 8-15)
7
A paper misfeed in the large capacity
cabinet (page 8-22)
3
A paper misfeed in the duplex unit
(page 8-18)
8
A paper misfeed in the built in finisher
(page 8-23)
4
A paper misfeed in the multiple bypass
tray (page 8-19)
9
A paper misfeed in the mail bin kit
(page 8-26)
5
A paper misfeed in the 1st or 2nd
paper drawer (page 8-20)
10
A paper misfeed in the saddle kit
(page 8-28)
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1
Chapter 8
Locations of Paper Misfeeds
8
8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
To clear a paper misfeed in the duplexing document feeder
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
Follow the instructions that appear in the touch panel to open the document guide
and remove any misfed paper.
1 Pull up the lever for the misfeedclearing cover, and then open the
cover.
2 Carefully pull out any misfed
documents.
3 Swing up the document guide
lever.
4 Turn the dial to feed out any
misfed documents.
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5 While supporting the document
6 Return the document guide to its original position, and then close the misfeedclearing cover.
To clear a paper misfeed in the fusing section
CAUTION
The area around the fusing unit is extremely hot.
➜Touching any part other those
indicated may result in burns. If
you get burnt, immediately cool
the skin under cold water, and
then seek professional medical
attention.
1 Pull up the right-side door release
lever, and then open the right-side
door.
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feed tray with your right hand,
carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
8
8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
Decreased copy quality may result if the surface of the image transfer
roller is touched.
➜Be careful not to touch the
surface of the image transfer
roller.
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
CAUTION
Image transfer roller
2 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
3 Open the fusing unit guide.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
4 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
Chapter 8
Only when the duplex unit or
switchback unit are installed.
Touch Panel Messages
❍
5 Open the switching guide, and
then carefully pull out any misfed
paper in the switchback unit.
6 Carefully pull out any misfed paper
in the fusing section.
✎
Note
If the paper is misfed as described below, contact Imagistics Technical Support at: 1-800-243-5556 (US).
- The paper is wrapped around the image transfer roller.
- The paper is folded or shredded by the image transfer roller.
- The paper that was removed tore and partly remains in the fusing unit.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
7 Carefully pull out any misfed paper
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Chapter 8
around the image transfer roller.
8 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
9 Close the right-side door.
To clear a paper misfeed in the duplex unit
1 Open the duplex unit door.
2 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
3 Close the duplex unit door.
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To clear a paper misfeed in the multiple bypass tray
1 Pull out any misfed paper from the
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Chapter 8
multiple bypass tray.
2 If the misfed paper cannot be
pulled out, pull the lever for the
sliding plate of the multiple bypass
tray, and then pull the sliding plate
toward you.
3 Press down on the sliding plate
with your left hand and carefully
pull out any misfed paper.
4 Return the multiple bypass tray to its original position.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
To clear a paper misfeed in the 1st or 2nd paper drawer
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
1 Open the multiple bypass tray.
2 Pull up the lower-right door
release lever to open the lowerright door of the paper feed unit
indicated in the touch panel
message.
3 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
4 Close the lower-right door.
5 Close the multiple bypass tray.
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8
To clear a paper misfeed in the 3rd or 4th paper drawer
1 Pull up the lower-right door
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Chapter 8
release lever to open the lowerright door of the paper feed unit
indicated in the touch panel
message.
2 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
3 Close the lower-right door.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
To clear a paper misfeed in the large capacity cabinet
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
1 Pull up the lower-right door
release lever to open the lowerright door of the paper feed unit
indicated in the touch panel
message.
2 Carefully pull out any misfed
paper.
3 Close the lower-right door.
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8
To clear a paper misfeed in the built in finisher
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
1 Open the front door.
2 Lower lever “FN1”, and then pull
out any misfed paper.
3 Turn knob “FN2”.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
4 <If the punch kit is installed>
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Chapter 8
Pull out the punch box.
5 Lower lever “FN3”, and then pull
out any misfed paper.
6 Return lever “FN1” and lever “FN3” to their original position.
7 <If the punch kit is installed>
Insert the punch box into its original position.
8 Lower lever “FN4”.
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9 Turn dial “FN5” or dial “FN6”, and
then pull out any misfed paper.
10 Return lever “FN4” to its original
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position.
11 Close the front door.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
To clear a paper misfeed in the mail bin kit
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
1 Open the front door.
2 Turn dial “FN5” or dial “FN6”, and
then pull out any misfed paper.
3 While pressing down lever “FN7”,
pull out any misfed paper.
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4 Pull handle “FN8” to open the
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misfeed-clearing door.
5 Pull out any misfed paper in the
mail bin.
6 Close the misfeed-clearing door.
7 Close the front door.
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8.4 When a Paper Misfeed Occurs
To clear a paper misfeed in the saddle kit
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
1 Open the front door.
2 Turn dial “FN5” or dial “FN6”, and
then pull out any misfed paper.
3 Remove all paper from the paper
output tray.
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4 Open the misfeed-clearing door,
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and then pull out any misfed
paper.
5 Close the misfeed-clearing door.
6 Close the front door.
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8.5 When the Message “Cannot Staple.” Appears
8.5
When the Message “Cannot Staple.” Appears
When a finisher is installed and the staples are jammed, the message shown below
appears.
Follow the procedure described below to clear the jammed staples.
Touch Panel Messages
Chapter 8
To clear jammed staples
Follow the procedure described below to remove the paper and staples.
✎
Note
When the message “Cannot Staple.” appears, clear the jammed staples as described below.
Not following the following procedure and forcefully pulling out the paper may
result in damage to the “Stapler Unit”.
1 Remove all paper from the
finisher.
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Chapter 8
2 Open the front door.
3 Lower lever “FN1”, and then pull
out any misfed paper.
4 Turn dial “FN2”.
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8.5 When the Message “Cannot Staple.” Appears
5 <If the punch kit is installed>
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Chapter 8
Pull out the punch box.
6 Lower lever “FN3”, and then pull
out any misfed paper.
7 Return lever “FN1” and lever “FN3” to their original position.
8 <If the punch kit is installed>
Insert the punch box into its original position.
9 Lower lever “FN4”.
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10 Turn dial “FN5” or dial “FN6”, and
then pull out any misfed paper.
11 Return lever “FN4” to its original
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position.
12 Turn the dial to the left to move the
stapler toward the front.
13 Pull the staple cartridge holder out
toward you.
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8.5 When the Message “Cannot Staple.” Appears
14 Push the staple holder guide up,
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Chapter 8
and then pull out one sheet of
staples.
15 Return the guide to its original
position.
16 Insert the staple cartridge holder
until it locks into place.
17 Close the front door.
✎
Note
If stapling still cannot be performed, even after performing the above procedure, contact Imagistics Technical Support at: 1-800-243-5556 (US).
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When the Message “Hole Punch collection box is
full.” Appears
If the punch kit is attached to the finisher, the following message will appear when
the punch box is full.
Touch Panel Messages
Follow the procedure described below to empty the punch box.
Chapter 8
8.6
8
To empty the punch box
Empty and re-install the punch box as described below.
1 Open the front door.
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8.6 When the Message “Hole Punch collection box is full.” Appears
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2 Pull out the punch box.
3 Empty the punch box.
4 Insert the punch box into its original position.
5 Close the front door.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
9
Chapter 9
9
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
9.1
9.1 Main Messages and Their Remedies
Main Messages and Their Remedies
Message
Cause
Remedy
A malfunction was detected.
Please call your technical
representative and provide the
code listed below:
The machine malfunctioned
and is unable to print.
Inform your service
representative of the code
displayed on the touch panel.
Please add toner.
Since the toner has run out, the
machine is unable to make
copies.
Replace the toner bottle.
(“When the Message “Please
add toner.” Appears” →
page 8-3)
The PC Drum needs to be
replaced.
Call your technical representative.
Since the drum unit has
reached the end of its service
life, the machine is unable to
make copies.
Contact Imagistics Technical
Support at: 1-800-243-5556
(US).
The Imaging Unit needs to be
replaced.
Call your technical representative.
Since the imaging unit has
reached the end of its service
life, the machine is unable to
make copies.
Contact Imagistics Technical
Support at: 1-800-243-5556
(US).
Stapler empty.
Replace Staple Cartridge.
The staples ran out.
Replace the staple cartridge.
(“When the Message “Stapler
empty.” Appears” → page 8-7)
The time to perform a periodic
inspection on the machine has
arrived.
Contact Imagistics Technical
Support at: 1-800-243-5556
(US).
Touch
to display the code.
When contacting the service
representative, inform them of
the code.
Re-insert the following number of
document pages: OO
After clearing a paper misfeed,
it is necessary to reload certain
pages of the document that
have already been fed through
the duplexing document feeder.
Load the indicated document
pages into the duplexing
document feeder.
Cannot XXXXXXXX (not enough
free memory). Press Start to
resume.
Since the memory is full, no
more pages can be scanned.
Print pages or delete queued
jobs to clear some of the
memory.
The memory is full.
The memory is full.
There are 200 queued
documents.
The memory is full, so jobs can
not be queued.
This mode cannot be selected with
XXXXXXXX.
Functions that cannot be used
together are selected.
Make copies using only one of
the functions.
Pause.
When making 2in1 copies, the
second document page could
not be scanned while scanning
manually.
Position the second document
page or touch [Finish].
Properly close the section(s)
indicated by the arrow(s).
The door or cover indicated by
the arrow is open.
Make sure that all doors and
covers are properly closed.
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9.1 Main Messages and Their Remedies
Cause
Remedy
The maximum number of copies
allowed for this registered account
has been reached. Please contact
the administrator.
The total amount of copies as
set by the administrator has
been reached.
Ask the administrator to clear
the number of copies.
The maximum number of jobs to be
printed has been reached. Please
contact the administrator.
The total amount of jobs to be
printed as set by the
administrator has been
reached.
Ask the administrator to clear
the number of jobs to be
printed.
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Chapter 9
Message
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Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
The printed output is too light.
The “Auto” Density setting is
set too light.
Adjust the “Default Copy
Output Levels” function on the
User’s Choice screen.
Otherwise, cancel the “Auto”
Density setting, and then select
the desired setting.
Chapter 9
When Incorrect Copies Are Printed
A Density setting that is too
light is selected.
Touch [Density], and then
select a darker Density setting.
Many documents containing
photos or large printed areas
were printed.
The print density was dark and
reduced the toner supply.
Use the “Toner Replenisher”
function in the Utility mode to
replenish the toner.
Troubleshooting
9.2
9.2 When Incorrect Copies Are Printed
The toner bottle was just
replaced.
The toner supply was reduced.
Use the “Toner Replenisher”
function in the Utility mode to
replenish the toner until the
copy density is darker.
The toner is empty and the
message “Please add toner.”
appears in the touch panel.
Replace the toner bottle with a
new one.
The printed output is too dark.
The printed output is blurry.
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The paper is damp.
Replace the paper.
The “Auto” Density setting is
set too dark.
Adjust the “Default Copy
Output Levels” function on the
User’s Choice screen.
Otherwise, cancel the “Auto”
Density setting, and then select
the desired setting.
A Density setting that is too
dark is selected.
Touch [Density], and then
select a lighter Density setting.
The original glass is dirty.
Wipe the glass with a dry soft
cloth.
The document was not pressed
close enough against the
original glass.
Position the document so that it
is pressed closely against the
original glass.
The paper is damp.
Replace the paper.
The document was not pressed
close enough against the
original glass.
Position the document so that it
is pressed closely against the
original glass.
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Possible Cause
Remedy
There are dark specks or spots
throughout the printed output.
The original glass is dirty.
Wipe the glass with a dry soft
cloth.
Either the document pad is
dirty.
Clean the document pad with a
soft cloth dampened with a mild
detergent.
The original document is
printed on highly translucent
material, such as diazo
photosensitive paper or
overhead projector
transparencies.
Place a blank sheet of paper on
top of the document.
A double-sided document is
being copied.
If a thin double-sided document
is being copied, the information
on the back side may be
reproduced in the copy. Touch
[Density], and then select a
lighter density for the
background.
The document is not positioned
correctly.
Correctly position the
document against the
document scales.
If the duplexing document
feeder is installed, correctly
adjust the document guides for
the size of the document.
The document is not positioned
correctly in the duplexing
document feeder.
Lift open the duplexing
document feeder, and correctly
position the document against
the document scales.
The original glass is dirty (while
using the duplexing document
feeder).
Wipe the glass with a dry soft
cloth.
The document guides are not
slid up against the edges of the
document.
Slide the document guides
against the edges of the
document.
Curled paper was loaded into
the paper drawer.
Flatten the paper before
loading it.
The paper that was used (as
with recycled paper) curls
easily.
Remove the paper from the
paper drawer, turn it over, and
then load it again.
There are streaks in the printed
output.
The image is not aligned properly on
the paper.
The printed page is curled.
Replace the paper with paper
that is not damp.
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Symptom
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9
9.2 When Incorrect Copies Are Printed
9
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
The edge of the printed output is
dirty.
The document pad is dirty.
Clean the document pad with a
soft cloth dampened with a mild
detergent.
The selected paper size is
larger than the document (with
Zoom set to “×1.000”).
Select a paper size that is the
same size as the document.
Otherwise, set Zoom to “Auto
Size” to enlarge the copy to the
selected paper size.
The orientation of the
document is different from the
orientation of the copy (with
Zoom set to “×1.000”).
Select a paper size that is the
same size as the document.
Otherwise, select a paper
orientation that is the same as
the that of the document.
The copy was reduced to a size
smaller than the paper (a
Custom Zoom setting was
selected).
Select a zoom ratio that adjusts
the document size to the
selected paper size.
Otherwise, set Zoom to “Auto
Size” to reduce the copy to the
selected paper size.
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Troubleshooting
9.2 When Incorrect Copies Are Printed
* If the problem is not corrected even after the operations described above are performed, contact
Imagistics Technical Support at: 1-800-243-5556 (US).
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9.3 When the Machine Is Not Operating Correctly
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
Nothing appears in the touch panel.
If only the indicator on the
[Start] key is lit, the machine is
in Energy Saver mode or Sleep
mode.
Press any key in the operation
panel to cancel Energy Saver
mode.
The machine has not been
turned on.
Check that the machine’s
power switch has been set to “I”
and that the sub power switch
has been pressed in.
The contrast control knob for
the touch panel has been set
either too light or too dark.
While looking at the touch
panel, adjust the contrast
control knob.
Has the LCD back-light being
set to off?
Please press a key on the
control panel or touch panel.
Please change the LCD
backlight off settings.
Refer to “LCD Back-light Off” in
the Advanced Operations
volume of the User Manual.
The indicator on the [Start] key
does not light up in green.
An access code has not been
entered.
Enter the access code
according to the procedure
described in “Making Copies
Using Accounts”.
Even though the [Start] key is
pressed, no copies are made.
The copy/print job is queued
and waiting to be printed.
Touch [Job List] to check the
jobs that are queued. Wait until
printing begins.
The machine is still warming up
after just being turned on.
The machine takes about 17
seconds to warm up after it is
turned on.
Wait until the machine has
finished warming up.
The machine is malfunctioning.
Follow any messages that
appear on the touch panel.
The machine cannot be set to Copy
mode.
The machine is in Interrupt
mode (the “Interrupt” indicator
is lit).
Press the [Interrupt] key to
cancel Interrupt mode.
The machine cannot be turned on.
The power supply cord has
been unplugged from the
electrical outlet.
Plug the power supply cord into
the electrical outlet.
The breaker for the electrical
circuit has been tripped.
Close the breaker for the
electrical circuit.
* If the problem is not corrected even after the operations described are performed, turn off the
machine,unplug its power supply cord, and the contact your service representative.
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When the Machine Is Not Operating Correctly
Troubleshooting
9.3
9
9.4
9.4 The Fax Does not Work Properly
The Fax Does not Work Properly
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
Transmission is Poor
Fax Status
Apparent Cause
Countermeasures
Original cannot be
scanned.
Is the document too thick?
Place the original on the glass and
then transmit the document.
Is the original too thin or too small?
Place the original on the glass and
then transmit the document.
Is the glass dirty?
Wipe the glass with a soft cloth.
The original is fed
crooked.
Does the width of the original match
the setting guide?
Match the width of the original to the
setting guide.
When the image
received by the
destination is unclear.
Is the original set correctly?
Set the original correctly.
Is the glass dirty?
Wipe the glass with a soft cloth.
Is the writing on the original faint?
Set the scan density.
Is there any problem with the
connection to the receiving fax?
Check by making a copy with the
product. If the image of the copy is
clear, transmit again.
The image received by
the destination is blank.
Is the surface of the document to be
transmitted set face-down? (When
using the paper feed tray)
Set the surface of the document to be
transmitted set face-upward, and
transmit again.
Automatic transmission
is not possible.
Is the phone number incorrect?
Check the phone number.
When the TX Marker
STAMP UNIT 2 is faint.
(optional)
9-8
Is the number telephone-dedicated?
Check the phone number.
Is the reason on the destination side?
(Paper empty, automatic reception
disabled, power is OFF, etc.)
Check the destination.
Is the memory remaining low?
After the document stored in memory
has been sent and the memory
remaining increased, send again.
Is the stamp (Spare TX Marker
STAMP 2) close to the end of its
operational life?
Replace the stamp (Spare TX Marker
STAMP 2).
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9.4 The Fax Does not Work Properly
Reception is Poor
Countermeasures
The received image is
not clear.
Is the correct paper being used?
Use the correct paper.
Is the paper wrinkled by humidity?
Replace the paper with new paper.
Is there any toner left?
Replace toner bottle.
Is the toner bottle inserted correctly?
Insert the toner bottle correctly.
Is there any problem with the
connection to the receiving fax?
Check by making a copy with the
product. If the copy image is clear,
transmit to the destination again.
The received paper is
blank.
Is there any toner left?
Replace toner bottle.
Does the destination have the
document set backwards?
Check the destination.
No auto reception.
Is the product set to manual
reception?
Set to automatic reception.
Is the memory remaining low?
Add paper if the paper runs out, and
print the documents accumulated in
the memory.
Is a report being printed?
Wait until the report printout is
complete.
Is a message displayed?
Understand the message according
to the display.
Is there any problem with the
connection to the receiving fax?
Make a copy from the product. If
there are no back streaks on the
paper, transmit again to the
destination.
There are black streaks
on the received paper.
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Apparent Cause
Troubleshooting
Fax Status
9
9.4 The Fax Does not Work Properly
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
Telephone Calls are Difficult to Make
At this Time
Apparent Cause
Countermeasures
Nothing can be heard
from the external
telephone receiver.
Is the circuit cord connected to the
product?
Connect the line cord to the product.
During Communication
Confirm again after communication
completes.
No ringing sound is
audible even if a number
is dialed.
Is the line type set correctly?
Set the line type correctly.
The destination’s voice
is not easily audible
during on-hook dialing.
Is the monitor volume too low?
Increase the monitor volume.
The telephone ring is too
quiet (loud).
Is the monitor volume too quiet
(loud)?
Adjust the monitor volume.
The destination’s voice
is hard to hear on the
external telephone
receiver.
Is the receiver volume too low?
Increase the receiver volume.
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9.5
9
Replacing the Completion Stamp
Replace the stamp by the following procedure if the storage (transmission) completion stamp becomes faint.
✎
Chapter 9
Tip
An optional TX Marker STAMP UNIT 2 is necessary.
Replacing the Spare TX Marker STAMP 2
1 Pull the lever for the paper feed
Troubleshooting
cover, and open it.
2 Pull the lever for the setting guide,
and open it.
3 Remove the Spare TX Marker
STAMP 2.
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9.5 Replacing the Completion Stamp
4 Set the new Spare TX Marker
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STAMP 2.
5 Replace the guide, and return the paper feed cover.
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Index
Index
Chapter 10
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10.1
10.1 Index
Index
Numerics
1st paper drawer ............................................................................... 1-10
1st paper output tray ......................................................................... 1-13
2 Way paper feed cabinet ................................................................... 1-6
2nd paper drawer .............................................................................. 1-10
2nd paper output tray ........................................................................ 1-13
2-point staple ...................................................................................... 7-4
3rd paper drawer ......................................................................1-12, 1-14
3rd paper output tray ......................................................................... 1-14
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4th paper drawer ............................................................................... 1-12
A
Accessibility ........................................................................................ 3-6
Index
Additional bin kit .........................................................................1-7, 1-14
Additional message display .............................................................. 3-19
Auto panel reset ................................................................................ 3-13
Automatically selecting the paper source ........................................... 5-8
Available functions and settings ........................................................ 3-19
B
Basic copy operations ......................................................................... 4-3
Book .........................................................................................7-22, 7-29
Bound document ............................................................................... 7-26
Built in finisher ..................................................................................... 1-7
C
Checking listed items ........................................................................ 3-23
Checking the print order .................................................................... 3-22
Checking the settings .......................................................................... 3-4
Checking the status of a job .............................................................. 3-21
Clearing jammed staples .................................................................. 8-30
Control panel ..............................................................................1-10, 3-2
10-Key Pad .................................................................................... 3-3
Access key .................................................................................... 3-2
Accessibility key ............................................................................ 3-3
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Clear key ........................................................................................3-2
Contrast dial ...................................................................................3-3
Copy key ........................................................................................3-2
Enlarge Display key .......................................................................3-3
Extra Scan key ...............................................................................3-2
Fax/Scan key .................................................................................3-2
Interrupt key ...................................................................................3-2
Mode Check key ............................................................................3-3
Panel Reset key .............................................................................3-2
Pause key ......................................................................................3-2
Start key .........................................................................................3-2
Stop key .........................................................................................3-2
sub power switch ...........................................................................3-2
touch panel ....................................................................................3-2
Utility key ........................................................................................3-3
Copy density ......................................................................................7-35
Copy desk ............................................................................................1-6
Copy track mode .................................................................................4-7
Corner staple .......................................................................................7-3
Crisscross grouping .............................................................................7-7
Custom paper size .............................................................................5-16
D
Default settings ..................................................................................3-16
Deleting listed items ..........................................................................3-23
Document feed tray ...........................................................................1-12
Document guides ...............................................................................1-12
Document output tray ........................................................................1-12
Document pad ...................................................................................1-10
Document scales ...............................................................................1-10
Double-2in1 .......................................................................................7-20
Double-4in1 .......................................................................................7-21
Double-sided .....................................................................................7-20
Drawer release button .......................................................................1-14
Duplex unit .........................................................................................1-10
Duplex unit door ................................................................................1-10
Duplexing document feeder .................................................................1-6
Duplexing document feeder connector ..............................................1-11
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Index
10.1 Index
10
10.1 Index
E
Empty the punch box ........................................................................ 8-35
Energy save mode ............................................................................ 3-13
Enlarging the touch panel screens .................................................... 3-10
External telephone jack ..................................................................... 1-11
F
Feeding the document ........................................................................ 6-2
duplexing document feeder ........................................................... 6-5
Finisher ............................................................................................... 1-7
Chapter 10
Front door ........................................................................................... 1-9
G
Group .................................................................................................. 7-3
Index
H
Hard disk drive .................................................................................... 1-8
Hole punch .......................................................................................... 7-4
Hole punch setting ............................................................................ 7-10
I
Interrupting a copy job ........................................................................ 4-6
J
Job list screen ................................................................................... 3-20
Job separator ...................................................................................... 1-6
L
Landscape .......................................................................................... 1-5
Large capacity cabinet ........................................................................ 1-6
Loading documents for specific applications .................................... 6-11
Loading paper ..................................................................................... 5-9
large capacity cabinet .................................................................. 5-12
multiple bypass tray ..................................................................... 5-13
paper drawer ............................................................................... 5-10
Lower-right door ................................................................................ 1-14
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10.1 Index
Lower-right door release lever ...........................................................1-12
M
Mail bin ..............................................................................................1-13
Mail bin kit ............................................................................................1-7
Making copies using accounts .............................................................4-7
Memory ................................................................................................1-7
Memory recall ....................................................................................3-24
Message display ................................................................................3-19
Messages ............................................................................................9-2
Multi port ............................................................................................1-15
Multiple bypass tray .............................................................................1-9
N
Non-sort ...............................................................................................7-2
Non-standard paper size ...................................................................5-16
O
Orig. > Copy settings .........................................................................7-20
specifying .....................................................................................7-23
Original cover kit ..................................................................................1-6
Original glass .....................................................................................1-10
Output tray cover ...............................................................................1-13
Overhead projector transparencies ........................................... 5-2, 5-15
P
Paper feed unit ....................................................................................1-7
Paper guide .........................................................................................1-9
Paper misfeed
1st or 2nd paper drawer ...............................................................8-20
3rd or 4th paper drawer ...............................................................8-21
duplex unit ....................................................................................8-18
duplexing document feeder ..........................................................8-14
finisher .........................................................................................8-23
fusing section ...............................................................................8-15
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Index
Mixed original detection .......................................................................6-6
Mixed width document sizes ................................................................6-3
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Misfeed-clearing door .............................................................. 1-13, 1-14
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10.1 Index
large capacity cabinet .................................................................. 8-22
mail bin kit ................................................................................... 8-26
multiple bypass tray ..................................................................... 8-19
saddle kit ..................................................................................... 8-28
Paper misfeeds
locations ...................................................................................... 8-13
Paper orientation ................................................................................. 1-4
Paper output tray .......................................................................1-9, 1-14
Paper setting ..................................................................................... 5-22
Paper specifications ............................................................................ 5-2
Paper stopper ............................................................................1-9, 1-12
Paper storage ..................................................................................... 5-7
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Positioning documents
Index
Paper supply indicator ........................................................................ 1-9
Print area ............................................................................................ 5-6
Portrait ................................................................................................ 1-5
original glass ................................................................................. 6-8
Power cord socket ............................................................................ 1-11
Power switch ..................................................................................... 1-11
Print indicator .................................................................................... 1-12
Printer controller .................................................................................. 1-8
Punch kit ............................................................................................. 1-7
R
Replacing the staple cartridge
finisher ........................................................................................... 8-7
saddle kit ..................................................................................... 8-10
Replacing the toner bottle ................................................................... 8-3
Right-side door .................................................................................... 1-9
Right-side door release lever .............................................................. 1-9
S
Saddle kit ............................................................................................ 1-7
Screen tabs ....................................................................................... 3-19
Selected settings ............................................................................... 3-19
Shift grouping ...................................................................................... 7-7
Shift sorting ......................................................................................... 7-6
Single-2in1 ........................................................................................ 7-20
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10
Single-4in1 .........................................................................................7-21
Single-sided .......................................................................................7-20
Sleep mode .......................................................................................3-14
Sort ......................................................................................................7-2
Spare TX Marker STAMP 2 ...............................................................9-11
Stamp ................................................................................................9-11
Stapling setting ....................................................................................7-8
Stopping copying .................................................................................4-5
T
Telephone line jack for line 2 .............................................................1-11
Touch panel ............................................................................... 1-9, 3-16
Transmission stamp unit ....................................................................1-15
Tray extension .....................................................................................1-9
Chapter 10
Telephone line jack for line 1 .............................................................1-11
Index
Turning the machine on and off .........................................................3-11
U
Useful operations .................................................................................2-2
X
X/Y zoom setting ...............................................................................7-18
Z
Zoom setting ......................................................................................7-15
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