CS-2030
INSTRUCTION HANDBOOK
* The above illustration includes the optional original cover.
Please read the instruction handbook before using the copier.
Keep it close to the copier for easy reference.
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. has determined
that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
* ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered mark.
All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording
or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from
the Publisher.
Legal Restriction On Copying
• It may be prohibited to copy copyrighted material without permission of the copyright owner.
• It is prohibited under any circumstances to copy domestic or foreign currencies.
• Copying other items may be prohibited.
Please read the instruction handbook before using the copier. Keep it close to the copier for easy
reference.
The sections of this handbook and parts of the copier marked with symbols are safety warnings meant to
protect the user, other individuals and surrounding objects, and ensure correct and safe usage of the copier.
The symbols and their meanings are indicated below.
DANGER: Indicates that serious injury or even death will very possibly result from insufficient attention to
or incorrect compliance with the related points.
WARNING: Indicates that serious injury or even death may result from insufficient attention to or incorrect
compliance with the related points.
CAUTION: Indicates that personal injury or mechanical damage may result from insufficient attention to
or incorrect compliance with the related points.
Symbols
The m symbol indicates that the related section includes safety warnings. Specific points of attention are
indicated inside the symbol.
.................... [General warning]
.................... [Warning of danger of electrical shock]
.................... [Warning of high temperature]
The
symbol indicates that the related section includes information on prohibited actions. Specifics of the
prohibited action are indicated inside the symbol.
.................... [Warning of prohibited action]
.................... [Disassembly prohibited]
The ● symbol indicates that the related section includes information on actions which must be performed.
Specifics of the required action are indicated inside the symbol.
.................... [Alert of required action]
.................... [Remove the power plug from the outlet]
.................... [Always connect the copier to an outlet with a ground connection]
Please contact your service representative to order a replacement if the safety warnings in the handbook are
illegible or if the handbook itself is missing. (fee required)
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ FIRST ..... 1-1
CHAPTER 6
COPIER MANAGEMENT ........................ 6-1
CAUTION LABELS ............................................... 1-1
1. Copy management ................................................... 6-1
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS .......................... 1-2
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE ................................... 1-3
(1) Copy management mode .................................... 6-1
(2) How to display the selection screen of the
CHAPTER 2 NAMES OF PARTS ........... 2-1
copy management mode ...................................... 6-3
(3) How to make various settings .............................. 6-3
1. Main body ................................................................. 2-1
2. Operation panel ........................................................ 2-3
(4) Making copies when the copier is in the
copy management mode ...................................... 6-8
CHAPTER 3 HOW TO LOAD PAPER .... 3-1
2. Default settings ......................................................... 6-9
(1) Copy default settings ........................................... 6-9
1. How to load paper .................................................... 3-1
(1) Precautions for loading paper .............................. 3-1
(2) Loading paper into the drawer ............................. 3-1
(3) Loading paper into the multi-bypass .................... 3-2
● Setting the paper type and size for the multi-bypass .... 3-3
● Setting envelopes ............................................. 3-4
2. Replacing the toner cartridge
(2) How to set the copy default setting mode ........... 6-11
(3) Machine default settings .................................... 6-14
(4) How to set the machine default setting mode .... 6-16
3. Selection of language ............................................. 6-19
CHAPTER 7 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT .. 7-1
and waste toner tank ................................................ 3-5
(1) ADF (Automatic document feeder) ...................... 7-1
1 Originals that can be used with the DF ........... 7-1
CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION ......... 4-1
2 Precautions for the use of DF ......................... 7-1
3 DF part names ................................................ 7-1
1. Basic copying procedure .......................................... 4-1
2. Enlargement/reduction ............................................. 4-4
(1) Auto magnification selection mode ...................... 4-4
(2) Zoom copy mode ................................................. 4-4
(3) Standard zoom mode .......................................... 4-5
(4) Size zoom mode .................................................. 4-5
3. Interrupt copying ....................................................... 4-6
4. Energy saver (preheat) function ............................... 4-7
5. Auto shut-off function ................................................ 4-7
CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS ...................... 5-1
1. Duplex copying from various originals
[Duplex copy] ............................................................ 5-1
(1) Duplex copying from two-sided originals ............. 5-1
(2) Duplex copying from a book original .................... 5-1
(2) RADF (Reversing Auto Document Feeder) ......... 7-3
(3) Drawer ................................................................. 7-3
(4) Finisher ................................................................ 7-3
(5) Duplex unit ........................................................... 7-3
(6) Job separator ....................................................... 7-3
(7) Key counter .......................................................... 7-3
(8) Printer board ........................................................ 7-4
(9) Printer network board .......................................... 7-4
(10) Network scanner ................................................ 7-4
CHAPTER 8
WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS ............... 8-1
1. Error messages ........................................................ 8-1
(3) Duplex copying from one-sided originals ............. 5-2
2. Copying two-page originals as separate pages
2. When paper misfeeds ............................................... 8-3
(1) Misfeed location indicators .................................. 8-3
[Page separation copy mode] ................................. 5-4
(1) Page separation copies from book originals ........ 5-4
(2) Cautions ............................................................... 8-3
(3) Removal procedures ............................................ 8-3
(2) Page separation copies from two-sided originals 5-4
3. Making a margin space for binding [Margin mode] ... 5-5
3. Troubleshooting ....................................................... 8-7
4. Making copies with clean edges
[Border erase mode] ................................................. 5-6
CHAPTER 9
CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS ....... 9-1
(1) Erasing blemishes from edges of copies
(Sheet Erase) ....................................................... 5-6
1. Cleaning the copier ................................................... 9-1
2. Specifications ........................................................... 9-2
(2) Erasing blemishes from the edges and middle of
copies made from books (Book Erase) ................ 5-6
SAFETY OF LASER BEAM .......................................... 9-3
5. One copy from two or four originals [Layout copy] ... 5-7
(1) 2 in 1 .................................................................... 5-7
(2) 4 in 1 .................................................................... 5-7
6. Sorting automatically [Sort copy] .............................. 5-9
7. Rotate copy ............................................................ 5-10
8. Auto selection mode ............................................... 5-10
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4 How to set originals in the DF ......................... 7-1
5 How to set originals on the platen ................... 7-2
● MAKING FULL USE OF THE MACHINE’S ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
the machine automatically select
1 Having
paper of the same size as the original
<Auto paper selection mode>
(page 4-2)
■ Specifying the magnification by selecting
the paper size
<Size zoom mode> (page 4-5)
a margin on copies
4 Making
<Margin mode> (page 5-5)
functions for making enlarged
2 Various
and reduced copies
■ Enlarging/reducing copies to fit the
size of paper in a specified drawer
<Auto magnification selection mode>
(page 4-4)
■ Selecting the zoom ratio with one
touch
<Standard zoom mode> (page 4-5)
copies with clean edges
5 Making
<Border erase mode> (page 5-6)
■ Enlarging/reducing copies to any
desired size in the 50 - 200% range.
<Zoom copy mode> (page 4-4)
clear reproductions of photo3 Making
graphs
<Copy quality selection> (page 4-2)
one copy from two or four
6 Making
originals
<Layout copy> (page 5-7)
two-page originals as separate
7 Copying
pages
<Page separation copy mode>
(page 5-4)
copy orientation for easy
10 Changing
sorting
<Rotate sort copy mode> (page 5-9)
copying from various originals
8 Duplex
<Duplex copy> (page 5-1)
automatically
9 Sorting
<Sort copy> (page 5-9)
* When optional duplex unit is installed.
copies from originals of different
the number of copies by ID12 Managing
11 Making
sizes at a time
code
<Auto selection> (page 5-10)
* When optional ADF or RADF is
installed.
<Copy management> (page 6-1)
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● MAKING FULL USE OF THE MACHINE’S ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
full range of optional equipment is
13 Aavailable
■ RADF (Reversing Auto Document
Feeder) (page 7-3)
■ Drawer (page 7-3)
■ Finisher (page 7-3)
■ Duplex unit (page 7-3)
■ Job separator (page 7-3)
■ Key counter (page 7-3)
■ Printer board (page 7-4)
■ Printer network board (page 7-4)
■ Network scanner (page 7-4)
■ ADF (automatic document feeder)
(page 7-1)
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CHAPTER 1 IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ FIRST.
CAUTION LABELS
Caution labels have been attached to the copier at the following locations for safety purposes.
BE SUFFICIENTLY CAREFUL to avoid fire or electric shock when removing a paper jam or when replacing toner.
Label 2
High temperature inside. Do not touch
parts in this area, because there is a
danger of getting burned. ......................
Label 1
High voltage inside. NEVER touch parts
in this area, because there is a danger of
electric shock. ...........................................
Label 3
Do not incinerate toner and toner
containers. Dangerous sparks may cause
burn. ......................................................
NOTE: DO NOT remove these labels.
1-1
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
■ Environment
■ Power supply/Grounding the copier
CAUTION
• Avoid placing the copier on or in locations which are
unstable or not level. Such locations may cause the
copier to fall down or fall over. This type of situation
presents a danger of personal injury or damage to the
copier. .........................................................................
WARNING
• DO NOT use a power supply with a voltage other than
that specified. Avoid multiple connections in the same
outlet. These types of situations present a danger of
fire or electrical shock. ...............................................
• Avoid locations with humidity or dust and dirt. If dust or
dirt become attached to the power plug, clean the plug
to avoid the danger of fire or electrical shock. .............
• Avoid locations near radiators, heaters, or other heat
sources, or locations near flammable items, to avoid
the danger of fire. ........................................................
• To keep the copier cool and facilitate changing of
parts and maintenance, allow access space as shown
below.
Leave adequate space, especially around the left
cover, to allow air to be properly ventilated out of
the copier. ..................................................................
• Plug the power cord securely into the outlet. If metallic
objects come in contact with the prongs on the plug, it
may cause a fire or electric shock. .............................
• Always connect the copier to an outlet with a ground
connection to avoid the danger of fire or electrical shock
in case of an electric short. If an earth connection is
not possible, contact your service representative. ......
Other precautions
• Connect the power plug to the closest outlet possible to
the copier.
• The power supply cord is used as the main disconnect
device. Ensure that the socket/outlet is located/installed
near the equipment and is easily accessible.
■ Handling of plastic bags
WARNING
• Keep the plastic bags that are used with the copier away
from children. The plastic may cling to their nose and
mouth causing suffocation. .........................................
• Always use the caster stoppers to stabilize the copier
once it is in place to keep it from moving and/or falling
over and causing injury. ..............................................
Other precautions
• Adverse environmental conditions may affect the safe
operation and performance of the copier. Install in an
air-conditioned room (recommended room temperature:
around 68°F, humidity: around 65%RH) and avoid the
following locations when selecting a site for the copier.
. Avoid locations near a window or with exposure to
direct sunlight.
. Avoid locations with vibrations.
. Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
. Avoid locations with direct exposure to hot or cold air.
. Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
1-2
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
■ Cautions when using the copier
WARNING
• DO NOT place metallic objects or containers with water
(flower vases, flower pots, cups, etc.) on or near the
copier. This type of situation presents a danger of fire
or electrical shock should they fall inside. ...................
• DO NOT remove any of the covers from the copier as
there is a danger of electrical shock from high voltage
parts inside the copier. ................................................
• DO NOT damage, break or attempt to repair the power
cord. DO NOT place heavy objects on the cord, pull it,
bend it unnecessarily or cause any other type of damage.
These types of situations present a danger of fire or
electrical shock. ..........................................................
• NEVER attempt to repair or disassemble the copier or
its parts as there is a danger of fire, electrical shock or
damage to the laser. If the laser beam escapes, there
is a danger of it causing blindness. .............................
• If the copier becomes excessively hot, smoke appears
from the copier, there is an odd smell, or any other
abnormal situation occurs, there is a danger of fire or
electrical shock. Turn the main switch OFF (O)
immediately, remove the power plug from the outlet and
contact your service representative. ...........................
• If anything harmful (paper clips, water, other fluids, etc.)
falls into the copier, turn the main switch OFF (O)
immediately. Next, remove the power plug from the
outlet to avoid the danger of fire or electrical shock. Then
contact your service representative. ...........................
• DO NOT remove or connect the power plug with wet
hands, as there is a danger of electrical shock. ..........
• ALWAYS contact your service representative for
maintenance or repair of internal parts. ......................
CAUTION
• DO NOT pull the power cord when removing it from the
outlet. If the power cord is pulled, the wires may become
broken and there is a danger of fire or electrical shock.
(ALWAYS grasp the power plug when removing the
power cord from the outlet.) ........................................
• ALWAYS remove the power plug from the outlet when
moving the copier. If the power cord is damaged, there
is a danger of fire or electrical shock. .........................
• If the copier will not be used for a short period of time
(overnight, etc.), turn the main switch OFF (O).
If it will not be used for an extended period of time
(vacations, etc.), remove the power plug from the outlet
for safety purposes during the time the copier is not in
use. .............................................................................
• ALWAYS hold the designated parts only when lifting or
moving the copier. .......................................................
Other precautions
• DO NOT place heavy objects on the copier or cause
other damage to the copier.
• DO NOT open the front cover, turn off the main switch,
or pull out the power plug during copying.
• During copying, some ozone is released, but the amount
does not cause any ill effect to one's health. If, however,
the copier is used over a long period of time in a poorly
ventilated room or when making an extremely large
number of copies, the smell may become unpleasant.
To maintain the appropriate environment for copy work,
it is suggested that the room be properly ventilated.
• When lifting or moving the copier, contact your service
representative.
• Do not touch electrical parts, such as connectors or
printed circuit boards. They could be damaged by static
electricity.
• DO NOT attempt to perform any operations not explained
in this handbook.
• CAUTION : Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
■ Cautions when handling
consumables
CAUTION
• Avoid inhalation, ingestion, skin or eye contact. If
ingestion occurs, dilute stomach contents thoroughly
with water and seek medical treatment. If skin contact
occurs, wash with soap and water. If contact with eyes
occurs, flush thoroughly with water and seek medical
treatment. ....................................................................
• Prolonged inhalation of excessive dusts may cause lung
damage. Use of this product, as intended, does not result
in inhalation of excessive dusts. .................................
• Keep away from children. ............................................
• Do not incinerate toner and toner containers. Dangerous
sparks may cause burn. ..............................................
Other precautions
• Always read the safety instructions which are included
in the box or printed on the container when handling
consumables.
• Dispose of the toner or toner containers in accordance
with Federal, State and Local rules and regulations.
• Store consumables in a cool, dark location.
• If the copier will not be used for an extended period of
time, remove the paper from the cassette, return it to its
original package and reseal it.
• For safety purposes, ALWAYS remove the power plug
from the outlet when performing cleaning operations. ..
• If dust accumulates within the copier, there is a danger
of fire or other trouble. It is therefore recommended that
you consult with your service representative in regard
to cleaning of internal parts. This is particularly effective
if accomplished prior to seasons of high humidity.
Consult with your service representative in regard to
the cost of cleaning the internal parts of the copier. ...
1-3
CHAPTER 2 NAMES OF PARTS
1. Main body
2-1
CHAPTER 2 NAMES OF PARTS
1 Original cover <optional>
(Open/close to set the original on the platen.)
2 Operation panel
(Contains the keys and indicators for operating the copier.)
fi Handles for transport
(The right two handles are indented handles. The left two
become handles when pulled out.)
3 Left cover handle
(Hold to open the left cover.)
4 Left cover
(Open when a paper misfeed occurs.)
5 Multi-Bypass
(Load paper here when copying onto small-size or special
paper.)
6 Insert guides
(Be sure to set the paper width when loading paper on the
multi-bypass.)
7 Support tray
(Operate to use large-size paper.)
8 Toner cartridge
9 Toner cartridge release lever
(Operate to replace the toner cartridge.)
0 Waste toner tank
! Waste toner tank release lever
(Operate to replace the waste toner tank.)
@ Cleaning shaft
(Pull and push back in after toner cartridge replacement or
when copy images become soiled with toner.)
# Front cover
(Open to replace the toner cartridge or waste toner tank.)
$ Main switch
(Turn ON (|) before starting to make copies.)
% Copy store section
(Copied paper is stored here.)
^ Ejection section
& Platen
(Set originals here for copying. Place originals face-down
with the edges aligned with the size scales on the left and
rear sides of the platen.)
* Original size scales
(Be sure to align the original with these when setting the
original on the platen.)
( Drawer 1
(Holds up to 250 sheets of standard paper [standard paper
specified by our company].)
) Drawer 2
(Holds up to 250 sheets of standard paper [standard paper
specified by our company].)
⁄ Drawer left cover
(Open when a paper misfeed occurs inside the drawer left
cover.)
¤ Length adjustment plate
(Adjust to the length of the paper to be set in the drawer.)
‹ Width adjustment lever
(Hold the lever and adjust the width guide to the width of
the paper to be set in the drawer.)
› Drawer bottom plate
(Push down when loading paper.)
2-2
CHAPTER 2 NAMES OF PARTS
2. Operation panel
1 Start key (Indicator)
(When the indicator is lit green, press to start copying.)
@ Cursor left key
(Press to move the cursor in the message display to the
left.)
2 Reset key (See the “● Initial mode” on page 2-4.)
# Machine Error indicator
(Lights red when a machine problem occurs, such as a
paper misfeed.)
3 Interrupt key (Indicator)
(Press to interrupt copying. The indicator will light green
when the key is pressed. See page 4-6.)
$ Data indicator
(Lights/flashes green when the optional printer function is
used; lights/flashes red when a printer error occurs.)
4 Energy Saver (preheat) key (Indicator)
(Press to select the energy saver mode. The indicator is lit
green while the energy saver mode is ON. See page 4-7.)
% Zoom (+) key
(Press to increase magnification ratio in zoom copying.)
5 Stop/Clear key
(Press to stop copying or to change the number of copies
to be made. Press to return to the previous setting screen,
such as the copy function setting, too.)
6 Numeric keys
(Press to set the number of copies and enter other values.)
7 Message display
(Displays messages on how to operate the copier as well
as trouble. Display contrast can be adjusted.
See “! Display contrast adjust” on page 6-18.)
8 Enter key
(Press to confirm selected functions and selected items on
the message display.)
9 Paper Select/Cursor up key
(Paper size can be selected by simply changing the paper
feed drawer. The paper size selected at present is indicated on the message display. Also used to move the
cursor in the message display upward.)
^ Zoom (–) key
(Press to decrease magnification ratio in zoom copying.)
& Preset R/E key
(Press to change the magnification ratio.)
* On-line/Printer key (Indicator)
(Press to switch to the printer mode when the optional
printer board has been installed. The indicator is lit green
while the copier is in the online mode.)
( Layout key (Indicator)
(Press to copy multiple images onto the same face of the
copy. The indicator is lit green in the layout copy mode.
See page 5-7.)
) Copy exposure adjustment keys/Copy exposure indicators
(Press to adjust copy exposure. The indicator will show the
present copy exposure.)
⁄ Scanner key (Indicator)
(Press to switch to the scanner mode when the optional
network scanner has been installed. The indicator is lit
green while the copier is in the scanner mode.)
0 Original/Cursor down key
(Press to select the original size. Also used to move the
cursor in the message display downward.)
¤ Duplex/Split Page key (Indicator)
(Press to perform duplex or page separation copying. The
indicator will light green. The optional duplex unit must be
installed to use these functions. See pages 5-1 and 4.)
! Manual/Cursor right key
(Press to make copies at the same ratio, regardless of the
original size. Also used to move the cursor in the message
display to the right.)
‹ */Language key
(Press to set copy management, default settings and
language selection.)
2-3
CHAPTER 2 NAMES OF PARTS
● Initial mode (at the end of warm-up or when the Reset key
is pressed)
In the initial mode, paper of the same size as the original is
selected automatically (“auto paper selection mode”), the
number of copies is set to “1” and copy quality is set to “Text &
Photo”.
NOTE
• It is also possible to change the default setting for copy exposure
adjustment to “auto exposure mode” in the initial mode. (See
“1 Exposure mode” on page 6-11.)
● Auto clear function
About 90 seconds after copying stops, the copier will automatically return to the same settings as those after warm up.
(However, the exposure mode will not change.) Copying can
be performed at the same settings (copy mode, number of
copies and exposure mode) if copying is started before the
auto clear function operates.
› Margin/Border Erase/Book Erase key (Indicator)
(Press to create margins or erase borders in copies. The
indicator will light green. See pages 5-5 and 6.)
fi Copy quality selection key/Auto Exposure/Text & Photo/
Photo/Text indicators
(Press to select copy quality. See page 4-2.)
fl Sort mode key/Staple Sort/Sort/Group indicators
(Press to sort copes into separate sets, or for stapling,
sorting or grouping copies with the optional finisher. The
indicators will light green in the respective modes.)
‡ Auto selection key (Indicator)
(Press to perform auto selection copying. The indicator will
light green. The optional DF must be installed to use this
function. See page 5-10.)
● Automatic drawer switching function
If two or more drawers contain paper of the same size in the
same orientation and the paper in one drawer runs out during
copying, this function switches paper feed from the empty
drawer to a full drawer.
NOTE
• The automatic drawer switching function can be disabled. (See
“$ Auto drawer switch” on page 6-19.)
Message display
1 Displays messages regarding the machine status and
required operations.
2 Displays copy modes.
APS (auto paper selection mode)
AMS (auto magnification selection mode)
1:1 (manual copy mode)
3 Displays magnification ratio.
4 Displays the original size, paper size and the currently
selected drawer.
5 Displays the number of copies to be made.
2-4
CHAPTER 3 HOW TO LOAD PAPER
1. How to load paper
This copier comes standard with two drawers and a multi-bypass.
2
Press the drawer bottom plate down and fix it there.
3
Hold the width adjustment lever and move it to align the
width guide with the required paper width.
Paper sizes are marked inside the drawer.
4
Hold both sides of the length adjustment plate and move it to
align with the required paper length.
(1) Precautions for loading paper
After unpacking the paper, fan it several times and then load into the
tray.
IMPORTANT
• Loading paper into the standard drawer, optional drawer or multibypass when some paper is still remaining in each of them may
cause paper misfeeds.
(2) Loading paper into the drawer
Up to 250 sheets of standard paper (75 or 80 g/m2/standard paper as
specified by our company) or colored paper can be loaded into the
each drawer.
(Inch specifications)
* The each drawer can be set to hold paper of any desired size from
11" x 17" to 5 1/2" x 8 1/2".
(Metric specifications)
* The each drawer can be set to hold paper of any desired size from
A3 to A5R.
IMPORTANT
• Set the type of paper (standard paper, recycled paper, letterheads or
colored paper) to be loaded in the drawer in "5 Paper type
(1st to 4th)" on page 6-14.
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3-1
Pull the drawer out toward you as far as it will go.
* Do not pull more than one drawer out at a time.
CHAPTER 3 HOW TO LOAD PAPER
IMPORTANT
6
Set the supplied paper size sheet so that the size of the
paper loaded can be checked by looking at the front of the
drawer.
7
Gently push the drawer back in.
* If you force the drawer in, paper may come out from under
the claws and paper misfeed may result.
When loading 11" x 17" paper, push down the length adjustment plate
completely as shown in the illustration.
NOTE
5
Set the paper flush against the left-hand wall of the drawer.
• Before leaving the copier in disuse for a prolonged period of time,
remove the paper from the drawer(s) and seal it in its original
packaging to protect from moisture. Also, when storing paper in a
temperature and high humidity enbironment, seal it in a moistureproof bag.
IMPORTANT
• There is a sticker (1 in the illustration) indicating paper capacity
attached to the inside of the drawer. Do not load paper above this
limit.
• When loading paper into the drawer, make sure that the copy side is
facing upward. (The copy side is the side facing upward when the
package is opened.)
• Check that the length adjustment plate makes secure contact with
the paper. If there is a gap, adjust the position of the length adjustment plate.
• If small-sized paper jams frequently under high temperature and
high humidity conditions, reduce the number of sheets to the level of
the black line indicated on the sticker (1 in the illustration).
(3) Loading paper into the multi-bypass
Special paper as well as standard paper can be loaded into the multibypass. When copying onto transparencies or thick paper, be sure to
use the multi-bypass.
NOTE
• Number of sheets of standard paper, colored paper and letterheads
that can be loaded into the multi-bypass differ depending on the
paper size.
11" x 17" and 8 1/2" x 14" (A3, B4 and Folio): 25 sheet
11" x 8 1/2" and 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" (A4 to A6R): 50 sheets
• The types of special paper and the number of sheets that can be
loaded in the multi-bypass are:
· Transparencies: 1 sheet
· Standard paper (120g/m2, 160g/m2): 1 sheet
IMPORTANT
• When setting special paper, such as transparencies and thick paper,
into the multi-bypass, select the type of paper by referring to "●
Setting the paper type and size for the multi-bypass" on page 3-3.
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CHAPTER 3 HOW TO LOAD PAPER
1
2
Open the multi-bypass.
● Setting the paper type and size for the multi-bypass
When using transparencies or thick paper with the multi-bypass,
select the type of paper by following the procedure given below. If the
paper size for the multi-bypass is set, the multi-bypass may be
automatically selected according to the original size at times such as
when the auto paper selection mode is selected.
* If the auto clear function is triggered or the Reset key is pressed
after the paper type is set to transparencies or thick paper and
copies are made, the paper type setting will be canceled. The paper
size setting, however, will be retained until it is changed.
1
Press and hold the Paper Select key for 3 seconds. The
screen for setting the paper size for the multi-bypass and
selecting either the transparency or thick paper mode
appears.
2
When using transparencies or thick paper, select "Transparency" or "Rough" respectively using the cursor up or down
key. To set the paper size for the multi-bypass, select "Size
setting".
3
Press the cursor up or down key and select the paper size.
When setting a non-standard paper size, select "Custom
size" and proceed to the next step. If "No size designation" is
selected, the multi-bypass will not be selected automatically
even if the auto paper selection mode is set.
Adjust the insert guides to the size of the paper to be loaded.
NOTE
• When loading paper that is longer than 8 1/2" x 11", pull out the
support guide.
3
Insert the paper along the guides as far as it will go.
Size setting
No size designation
Transparency
Custom size
Length
Rough
11" x 17"
Width
8.5" x 14"R
8.5" x 11"
8.5" x 11"R
5.5" x 8.5"
4
IMPORTANT
• When loading paper into the multi-bypass, make sure that the copy
side is facing downward. (The copy side is the side facing upward
when the package is opened.) If the leading edge of the paper is
curled, straighten it out before loading the paper in the multi-bypass.
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Press the cursor right or left key and select the paper
dimension in the direction of the copier depth, which is
shown highlighted. This value can be set from 4" to 11" in 1/
8" increments.
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5
Press the cursor down key.
6
Press the cursor right or left key and select the paper
dimension in the direction of the copier width, which is shown
highlighted. This value can be set from 5 7/8" to 17" in 1/8"
increments.
7
Press the enter key.
3
Close the flap of the envelope and set it with the flap toward
the machine front. Then insert the envelope into the slot
along the insert guides as far as it will go.
NOTE
• Incorrectly loading envelopes can result in printing in the wrong
orientation or on the wrong side.
● Setting envelopes
When using the optional printer function, envelopes can be set in the
multi-bypass.
NOTE
• The types of envelopes that can be used are COM-10, Monarch, DL
and C5. Up to 6 envelopes can be loaded in the multi-bypass at a
time.
1
Open the multi-bypass.
2
Align the insert guides with the envelope size.
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CHAPTER 3 HOW TO LOAD PAPER
2. Replacing the toner cartridge and waste toner tank
If "Add toner to resume copying." appears on the message display,
replenish the toner. Although several copies can be made after the
message appears, it is recommended to replace the toner cartridge
immediately. After replacing the toner cartridge, be sure to also
replace the waste toner tank.
* Replenish toner only when the message is displayed.
CAUTION
Do not incinerate toner and toner containers. Dangerous
sparks may cause burns.
1
Open the front cover.
2
Turn the toner cartridge release lever to the right as far as it
will go. The old cartridge will be unlocked.
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3
Pull the old toner cartridge out toward you.
WARNING
High voltage is present in the charger section. Take
sufficient care when working in this area, as there is a
danger of electrical shock.
4
Tap the new toner cartridge on the top 5 or 6 times and
shake it from side to side 8 to 10 times.
5
Fit the new toner cartridge into the copier.
* Align the arrow on the top of the toner cartridge with the
cutout in the copier and then insert the cartridge into the
copier.
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6
Turn the toner cartridge release lever to the left as far as it
will go.
The new toner cartridge is now be locked.
7
While holding up the waste toner tank release lever (1 in the
illustration), remove the waste toner tank.
9
10
8
While holding the waste toner tank release lever up, fit the
new waste toner tank into the copier.
Gently pull the cleaning shaft as far as it will go and then
push it back in.
Close the opening of the waste toner tank with its seal.
IMPORTANT
• Do not pull the cleaning shaft with force or pull it out completely.
CAUTION
Do not incinerate toner and toner containers. Dangerous
sparks may cause burn.
11
Close the front cover.
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CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION
1. Basic copying procedure
3
1
1. Warm-up
Turn the main switch ON ( l ). At the end of warm-up, “Ready to copy.”
will appear on the message display.
NOTE
• If originals are set and the Start key is pressed while the copier is
still warming up, copying will begin as soon as warm-up ends.
2
2. Setting originals
Set originals on the platen or in the DF (document feeder).
When setting the original on the platen, adjust it with the original size
scales based on the left rear position.
NOTE
• See the references given below for how to set originals in the DF.
If the ADF (automatic document feeder) is installed, see page 7-1.
If the RADF (reversing automatic document feeder) is installed, see
the instruction handbook provided with the RADF.
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3. Function selection
Select from the copier’s various functions.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Enlargement/reduction (see page 4-4)
Interrupt copying (see page 4-6)
Duplex copying from various originals (see page 5-1)
Copying two-page originals as separate pages (see page 5-4)
Making a margin space for binding (see page 5-5)
Making copies with clean edges (see page 5-6)
One copy from two or four originals (see page 5-7)
Sorting automatically (see page 5-9)
Rotate copy (see page 5-10)
Auto selection mode (see page 5-10)
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4. Paper size selection
When “APS” appears on the message display, paper of the same size
as the original is automatically selected. To copy the original’s image
onto a different size paper without changing the size of the image,
press the Paper Select key for the desired size of paper, and press
the Manual key. To make copies of the same size as the originals with
images of the same size, no special settings are required.
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To have the copy exposure adjusted automatically, press the copy
quality selection key and set the auto exposure mode. The Auto Exp.
indicator will light. In the auto exposure mode, the brightness of the
original is detected and the most suitable exposure selected. It is also
possible to make clean copies without the original background or
color.
NOTE
NOTE
• Automatic paper selection can also be turned off. (See “7 Paper
selection” on page 6-12.)
• A drawer (paper feed drawer) to be selected automatically can be
specified without setting any originals. (See “@ Default drawer” on
page 6-13.)
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5. Copy exposure adjustment
In the initial mode, one of the Copy exposure indicators is lit and the
copy exposure can be adjusted manually. By moving the cursor on
the exposure scale to the right, copies become darker. By moving it to
the left, copies become lighter.
• If the copies come out too light or too dark, the overall copy
exposure can be adjusted. (See “3 A.E.” on page 6-12.)
• The default setting of the copy exposure adjustment can be set to
auto exposure. (See “1 Exposure mode” on page 6-11.)
6
6. Copy quality selection
Copy quality is selected according to the original. Press the copy
quality selection key to light the following indicators.
Text mode: Text indicator
Photo mode: Photo indicator
Text & Photo mode: Text & Photo indicator
Ecoprint mode: Turn all the copy quality indicators off by pressing the
copy quality selection key. The density of copied images will be
slightly lighter in ecoprint mode to reduce toner consumption.
NOTE
• Exposure adjustment is selected from 5 or 9 levels.
(See “2 Exposure steps” on page 6-11.)
NOTE
• The default copy quality mode used in the initial mode can be
selected. (See “1 Exposure mode” on page 6-11.)
• The overall copy exposure can be adjusted for all copy quality
modes. (See “4 Mix ori. density”, “5 Pho ori. density” and
“6 Txt ori. density” on page 6-12.)
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7. Setting the number of copies
Use the numeric keys to enter the desired number of copies on the
message display. Up to 250 copies can be set.
NOTE
IMPORTANT
• Up to 250 sheets of standard paper (64 g/m2) can be stored. Note
that the number of sheets that can be stored varies depending on
the condition of the paper used.
• When the job separator is installed, up to 150 sheets of standard
paper (64 g/m2) can be stored.
• When the finisher is installed, up to 100 sheets of standard paper
(64 g/m2) can be stored.
• If “Paper capacity exceeded. Remove paper from Inner.” appears,
the copy store section is full. Remove paper from the copy store
section and press the Start key to resume copying.
If “Paper capacity exceeded. Remove paper from Job sep.”
appears, the optional job separator is full. Copying will automatically
resume when paper is removed from the job separator.
• If copied sheets are not stored tidily due to curls or other paper
conditions, remove the paper from the drawer or multi-bypass used
and turn the paper upside down.
• It is possible to lower the limit on the number of copies that can be
set at a time. (See “9 Copy limit” on page 6-13.)
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8. Starting copying
Press the Start key. If the Start indicator is lit green and “Ready to
copy.” is displayed on the message display, copying is possible.
9
9. At the end of copying
Finished copies are ejected onto the copy store section.
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CAUTION
If the copier will not be used for a short period of time
(overnight, etc.), turn the main switch OFF (O). If it will not
be used for an extended period of time (vacations, etc.),
remove the power plug from the outlet for safety purposes
during the time the copier is not in use.
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2. Enlargement/reduction
(1) Auto magnification selection mode
2
Press the Paper Select key to specify the paper size.
The magnification ratio will be displayed.
3
Copying will start when the Start key is pressed.
The original image is enlarged/reduced automatically according to the
selected paper size.
IMPORTANT
• When using this mode regularly, make sure that “AMS” has been
selected in “8 AMS mode” on page 6-12.
1
(2) Zoom copy mode
The zoom ratio can be set to any value from 50 to 200% in 1%
increments.
Set the original(s).
The size of the original will be automatically detected and the
same size paper as the original will be selected.
NOTE
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the Zoom (+) or Zoom (–) key to change the displayed
zoom ratio.
Press the Paper Select key to change the paper size.
3
Copying will start when the Start key is pressed.
• If “100%” has been selected in “8 AMS mode” on page 6-12, press
the Manual key to display “AMS”.
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(3) Standard zoom mode
Enlargement/reduction copying is possible using the ratios preset in
the copier.
Available ratios
Enlargement
200% : 5 1/2" × 8 1/2" → 11" × 17"
154% : 5 1/2" × 8 1/2" → 8 1/2" × 14"
129% : 8 1/2" × 11" → 11" × 17"
121% : 8 1/2" × 14" → 11" × 17"
Reduction
78% : 8 1/2" × 14" → 8 1/2" × 11"
77% : 11" × 17" → 8 1/2" × 14"
64% : 11" × 17" → 8 1/2" × 11"
50% : 11" × 17" → 5 1/2" × 8 1/2"
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the Preset R/E key.
The zoom mode setting screen will appear in the message
display.
3
(4) Size zoom mode
When the sizes of the original and copy paper are selected, the zoom
ratio is automatically set.
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the Original key to select the original size.
3
Press the Paper Select key to select the paper size.
When the paper size is selected, the zoom ratio will be
displayed.
4
Copying will start when the Start key is pressed.
Press the cursor up or down key to select the desired
magnification ratio and then press the enter key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen, with the selected ratio displayed.
NOTE
• The zoom ratio can be changed in increments of 1% from the
selected ratio by pressing the numeric keys or the Zoom (+) and
Zoom (–) keys.
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Copying will start when the Start key is pressed.
CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION
3. Interrupt copying
Interrupt copying is useful if, during one copy job, other originals need
to be copied at different settings. The interrupted copy job can be
resumed at the same settings as before after the rush job is finished.
1
Press the Interrupt key to light the indicator.
The “Interrupt mode OK.” screen will appear.
2
Remove the present original(s) and put it (them) aside.
3
Set the new original(s) and execute copying.
4
When copying ends, press the Interrupt key again, and
replace the newly copied original(s) with the one(s) removed
before. Then, press the Start key.
The interrupted copy job will be resumed.
Approximately 120 seconds after the end of interrupt
copying, the auto clear function will be triggered. The
Interrupt indicator goes out and the copier will be ready to
resume the interrupted copy job.
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CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION
4. Energy saver (preheat) function
This function turns the machine off to save energy by pressing the
Energy Saver (preheat) key, while leaving the main switch turned ON.
When this function is activated, the Energy Saver (preheat) indicator
is the only indicator lit on the operation panel.
5. Auto shut-off function
This function automatically turns the main switch OFF (O) if no copying
operation is performed for a certain period (15 to 240 minutes). To
make copies again, set the main switch to the ON ( l ) position.
To resume copying after the energy saver (preheat) function has been
activated, press the Energy Saver key again. It takes a maximum of 30
seconds for the copier to recover from the energy saver (preheat)
function.
NOTE
• The auto energy saver function can be set to trigger after no copying
has been done for a certain period of time. (See “9 Preheat time”
on page 6-18.)
● Auto shut-off function
The auto shut-off function is a power saving feature which automatically turns the main switch OFF (O) when a certain time elapses
without copying being performed.
Copiers are generally in the standby mode more than operation
mode, and power consumption in the standby mode accounts for a
large part of overall consumption. Having the copier turn OFF (O)
automatically reduces unnecessary power consumption in the
standby mode or at night if the copier is left on. The result is a lower
electricity bill.
NOTE
• To change the time remaining until the auto shut off function
operates, see “0 Shut-off time” on page 6-18. To cancel the auto
shut-off function, see “2 Auto shut-off” on page 6-16.
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CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
1. Duplex copying from various originals [Duplex copy]
Duplex copies can be made from two-page originals or one-sided
originals with the optional duplex unit.
(2) Duplex copying from a book original
Facing pages of a magazine or book are copied on both sides of the
paper by a single press of the Start key.
IMPORTANT
• Duplex copies cannot be made with the multi-bypass.
(1) Duplex copying from two-sided originals
A two-sided original is copied onto both the front and back side of the
paper.
The copy looks just like the original.
IMPORTANT
• The paper size used in this mode is limited to 11" × 8 1/2".
IMPORTANT
• The paper sizes that can be used are 11" × 17" to 5 1/2" × 8 1/2".
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(3) Duplex copying from one-sided originals
The one-sided original is copied on both sides (back and front) of the
paper.
When an odd number of originals are copied, the back side of the last
page is blank.
NOTE
• The back side copy can also be rotated 180 degrees.
1 Normal: The back side comes out in the same direction as the
original.
2 Rotate: The back side is rotated 180 degree with respect to the
original.
When bound at the top, the copies are oriented in the same
direction.
FUNCTIONS
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the Duplex/Split Page key to light the indicator.
The function selection screen will appear.
3
Make sure that “2-sided copy” is selected and press the
enter key.
The duplex copy setting screen will appear.
4
Press the cursor down key to select the duplex copy mode.
5
Press the enter key.
If “1-sided to 2-sided” was selected, go to the next step.
If “2-sided to 2-sided” or “Book original” was selected, the
message display will be changed to the “2-sided mode.”
screen.
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6
Select whether to rotate the back side of the copy 180 degree or not.
7
Press the enter key.
The message display will be changed to the “2-sided mode.”
screen.
8
Press the Start key. Scanning of the originals will start. When
setting the original in the DF, copying will be performed.
When setting the original on the platen, go to the next step.
9
Replace the original and press the Start key. Scanning of the
originals will start. Carry out the same procedures to the
originals of which copying will be performed, and finally,
press the enter key. Copying will start.
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CHAPTER 5
FUNCTIONS
2. Copying two-page originals as separate pages
[Page separation copy mode]
(1) Page separation copies from book originals
1
Set the original(s).
Facing two-page of a magazine, book or the like is divided down the
middle and copied onto two separate sheets of paper.
NOTE
• When copying from a book, set the book as illustrated.
IMPORTANT
2
Press the Duplex/Split Page key to light the indicator.
The function selection screen will appear.
3
Press the cursor down key to select “Page separation”.
4
Press the enter key.
The page separation copy mode setting screen will appear.
5
Press the cursor down key to select the page separation
mode.
6
Press the enter key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
• The available sizes of double-page spread originals are limited to
11" x 17", 11" x 8 1/2" and 8 1/2" x 11", and paper sizes are limited
to 11" x 8 1/2" and 8 1/2" x 11" (8 1/2"x 11" can only be used with
the rotate copy function). If you change the paper size, the copy
image can be enlarged or reduced to that size.
(2) Page separation copies from two-sided originals
Each face of a two-sided originals is copied onto a separate sheet of
paper.
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CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
3. Making a margin space for binding [Margin mode]
The image of the original is shifted rightward to make a margin for
binding on the left side of the paper between 1/4" and 3/4" in increments of 1/8".
3
Make sure that “Margin” has been selected, and press the
enter key.
The margin copy setting screen will appear.
4
Press the cursor right or left key to select the margin width if
the margin width setting is changed from the default value.
The margin width can be set between 1/4" and 3/4" in
increments of 1/8".
When not changing margin width, go to the next step.
5
Press the enter key. The “Ready to copy.” screen will appear.
NOTE
• The initial value of margin width can be set. (See “0 Margin width”
on page 6-13.)
• If the left margin is specified while duplex copy setting has been set,
the same right margin width as the front side is automatically set to
the back side.
1
Set the original(s).
IMPORTANT
• Set the originals so that the top (left) side of the original is at the rear
side. Setting them in the wrong direction may cause the failure of
making margin in the correct position.
2
5-5
Press the Margin/Border Erase/Book Erase key to light the
indicator.
The function selection screen will appear.
CHAPTER 5
FUNCTIONS
4. Making copies with clean edges [Border erase mode]
(1) Erasing blemishes from edges of copies (Sheet
Erase)
Use for erasing shadows, lines, etc., that occur around the edges of
copies made from sheet originals. The border width can be selected
from 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4". (a is the width of erasing border.)
1
Set the original(s).
NOTE
• See step 1 on page 5-4 to set the book original.
2
Press the Margin/Border Erase/Book Erase key to light the
indicator.
The function selection screen will appear.
3
Press the cursor down key to select the border erase mode.
4
Press the enter key.
5
Press the cursor down or up key to select the erasing border
width. The width can be selected from 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4".
6
Press the enter key. The message display will return to the
“Ready to copy.” screen.
NOTE
• The initial value of the erasing border width can be set. (See
“! Border width” on page 6-13.)
(2) Erasing blemishes from the edges and middle of
copies made from books (Book Erase)
Use for making neat copies from thick books. The border width can be
selected from 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4". (a is the width of erasing border.)
NOTE
• The initial value of the erasing border width can be set. (See
“! Border width” on page 6-13.)
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CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
5. One copy from two or four originals [Layout copy]
2 or 4 originals can be combined into a single copy.
The borderline of each original can also be marked with a solid line or
dotted line.
(2) 4 in 1
Use this mode to copy four originals onto one sheet. It can be used in
conjunction with the duplex copy mode to copy eight originals onto
one sheet, though this will require the optional duplex unit.
(When setting originals on the platen, originals are arranged in the
order from 1, 2, 3 and 4.)
NOTE
• The original and copy paper must be the standard size.
(1) 2 in 1
Use this mode to copy two originals onto one sheet. It can be used in
conjunction with the duplex copy mode to copy four originals onto one
sheet, though this will require the optional duplex unit.
(When setting the originals on the platen, originals are arranged in the
order from 1 to 2.)
Original setting location
Original
Platen
P
P
DF
P
L
L
L
NOTE
• In the “4 in 1” mode, the available modes differ depending on the
orientation of the originals.
• When performing duplex copy, the images on the back side can be
rotated.
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CHAPTER 5
1
Press the Layout key to light the indicator.
The layout copy setting screen will appear.
2
Press the cursor down or up key to select the layout copy
mode.
In the “4 in 1” mode, when setting originals horizontally,
select “4 in 1 (Z)”; when setting originals vertically, select
“4 in 1 (N)”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Press the cursor down or up key to select the type of the
borderline.
Select from “Dotted” or “Solid”.
5
Press the enter key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
6
Set the original(s).
FUNCTIONS
7
Press the Start key.
If originals are set in the DF, all originals are scanned one by
one and copying performed accordingly.
If setting originals on the platen, go to the next step.
8
Replace the original and press the Start key. Scanning of the
originals will start. Carry out the same procedures to the
originals of which copying will be performed, and finally,
press the enter key. Copying will start.
IMPORTANT
• Before setting original on the platen, make sure they are in a
sequence that produces images in the numbered positions.
• Select the paper according to the situation.
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CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
6. Sorting automatically [Sort copy]
Since copying is performed after memorizing multiple originals, copies
can be sorted into the required number of sets even without an
optional finisher.
3
Enter the number of copies and press the Start key.
When using the DF, scans and copies originals one at a time.
When setting the originals on the platen, go to the next step.
4
Set the next original and press the Start key.
NOTE
• If “ON” is set in “$ Rotate sort” on page 6-13, and the paper size is
11" × 8 1/2", the orientation of each set of copies is changed, thus
making copies easy to handle. To use this setting, 11" × 8 1/2" paper
must be set lengthwise in one drawer and widthwise in the other.
• When using the multi-bypass for rotate sort copying, set the paper
size for the multi-bypass (see page 3-3).
NOTE
• Repeat this operation for all originals.
5
1
Set the original(s).
2
Press the sort mode key to light the indicator.
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After all the originals have been scanned, press the enter
key.
Copying will start.
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7. Rotate copy
Even when the orientation of original is different from that of paper in
the drawer, the image will be turned 90 degrees counter-clockwise for
copying. For this function, no setting is required.
FUNCTIONS
8. Auto selection mode
When the optional DF is used, the copier detects the size of each
original and selects the same size paper automatically.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
• The sizes of the original and copy paper available for rotate copying
in the auto paper selection mode are limited to 8 1/2" × 11" and 11"
×8 1/2".
• The sizes of the copy paper available for rotate copying in the auto
magnification selection mode are limited to 8 1/2" × 11", 11" × 8 1/
2", and 8 1/2" × 5 1/2"
• Up to 50 sheets of paper can be set in the DF in this mode.
• Originals used in this mode are limited to 11" × 17" and 11" × 8 1/2"
or 8 1/2" × 14" and 8 1/2" × 11", and the width of all original must be
the same.
1
Set originals in the DF.
2
Press the Auto Selection key to light the indicator.
3
Press the Start key.
Copying will start.
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CHAPTER 6
COPIER MANAGEMENT
1. Copy management
The total number of copies made by each department can be
managed using 7-digit codes for up to 100 departments.
Limits for the number of copies can be set on a department-bydepartment basis.
(1) Copy management mode
Copy management mode
Copy management mode content
Page
● Registering new
ID-codes
Assigns a 7-digit ID-code and a maximum number of copies to the departments in your
organization. Up to 100 departments can be assigned. Limits are set in units of 1,000 sheets,
up to a maximum of 999,000.
Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
When a department reaches its limit, the copier will not make any more copies.
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● Deleting ID-codes
Deletes registered ID-codes.
6-4
● Altering limits
Alters limits for the copies of respective departments without deleting or re-registering the
ID-codes.
6-5
● Clearing copy counts
Clears all the copy counts for the various departments after a suitable period of time. Copy
counts cannot be cleared individually, however.
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● Viewing copy counts
Displays the number of copies. The total number of copies can be displayed, as well as by
paper size and ID-code.
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● Printing a copy
management list
Prints out the number of copies made by ID-code.
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Copy management mode
COPIER MANAGEMENT
Copy management mode content
● Turning copy
management ON/OFF
Turn copy management ON when required (to apply the settings made).
Turn it OFF when not required.
● Turning printer management ON/OFF
Turn ON to use the printer management for printing when using the printer function of this
copier. Turn OFF when not using printer management.
• This mode is not displayed when the copier is not equipped with the optional printer board.
• For details, see the printer board's instruction handbook.
● Turning print error
report function ON/OFF
The print error report function prints the details of the error if an ID-code mismatch error
occurs when the printer management is ON. Turn it ON to print the print error report; turn it
OFF to not print the report.
• This mode is not displayed when the copier is not equipped with the optional printer board.
• For details, see the printer board's instruction handbook.
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CHAPTER 6 COPIER MANAGEMENT
(2) How to display the selection screen of the copy
management mode
1
Press the */Language key to light the indicator.
The management mode selection screen will appear.
(3) How to make various settings
● Registering new ID-codes
Display the copy management selection screen. (See (2) How
to display the selection screen of the copy management
mode.)
1
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management Setting”.
3
Press the enter key.
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management”.
4
Press the cursor down key to select “Register”.
3
Press the enter key.
5
Press the enter key.
4
Enter the 4-digit management code “2000” with the numeric
keys.
6
Enter the ID-code (7-digit) with the numeric keys.
7
Press the cursor down key to highlight the maximum number
of copies.
NOTE
• The 4-digit management code can be changed. (See “@ Management code change” on page 6-18.)
• See the following “(3) How to make various settings” and make
settings.
• (>) displayed in each setting screen indicates the present setting
value.
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Enter the maximum number of copies with the numeric keys.
Limits are set in units of 1000’s, up to a maximum of
999,000.
COPIER MANAGEMENT
● Deleting ID-codes
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management Setting”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Press the cursor down key to select “Code delete”.
5
Press the enter key.
6
Press the cursor down or up key to select the ID-code to be
deleted.
NOTE
• Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
• If the Stop/Clear key is pressed, the registered ID-code is cleared
and a new ID-code can be entered.
9
Press the enter key. The display will return to the screen in
step 4.
NOTE
• To register another ID-code, repeat steps 5 to 9.
10
11
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 2.
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
NOTE
• When no ID-code is registered, “– – – – – – –” will appear and the
cursor will not move.
7
Press the enter key.
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8
A message asking you to confirm the deletion will appear. To
delete the code, press the cursor up key to select “Yes” and
press the enter key. To cancel the command, make sure that
“No” has been selected and press the enter key. The
message display will return to the screen in step 6.
NOTE
• To delete another Dept. code, repeat steps 6 to 8.
9
Make sure that “End” has been selected and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 4.
10
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 2.
11
4
Press the cursor down key to select “Copy limit correction”.
5
Press the enter key.
6
Press the cursor down or up key to select the ID-code whose
limit is to be altered.
7
Press the enter key.
8
Enter the new limit with the numeric keys.
Limits are set in units of 1,000’s, up to a maximum of
999,000.
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
● Altering limits
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management Setting”.
NOTE
• Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
9
Press the enter key.
The display will return to the screen in step 6.
NOTE
3
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Press the enter key.
• To alter the copy limit of an other departments, repeat steps 6 to 9.
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10
Make sure that “End” has been selected and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 4.
11
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 2.
12
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
COPIER MANAGEMENT
6
A message will appear asking you to confirm whether to
clear all copy counts or not. To clear the copy counts, press
the cursor up key to select “Yes” and press the enter key. To
cancel the command, make sure that “No” has been selected
and press the enter key. The message display will return to
the screen in step 4.
7
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 2.
8
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
● Clearing copy counts
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management Setting”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Press the cursor down key to select “Count delete”.
5
● Viewing copy counts
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Reference”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Press the cursor down key to view the number of copies in
all the departments and select “All Department total”. To view
the number of copies by one department each, select
“Department”.
Press the enter key.
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5
Press the enter key.
If having selected “All Department total”, go to the next step.
If having selected “Department”, go to step 9.
6
The total number of copies will appear on the message
display. The number of copies by size will appear at the
bottom. Press the cursor down key to view the number of
copies of the size other than those appearing on the
message display.
7
13
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
● Printing copy management list
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
When finished viewing, press the cursor up key to select
“End”.
IMPORTANT
• Make sure that 11" × 8 1/2" or 8 1/2" × 11" size paper is set in the
drawer.
8
Press the enter key. The message display will return to the
screen in step 4.
Go to step 12.
9
Press the cursor down or up key to select the ID-code to be
displayed.
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Printer management
list”.
3
Press the enter key. Printing will start. After the list has been
printed, the display will return to the screen in step 2.
NOTE
• When no ID-code is registered, “– – – – – – –” will appear and the
cursor will not move.
10
After finished viewing, press the cursor up to select “End”.
11
Press the enter key. The message display will return to the
screen in step 4.
12
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the screen in step 2.
NOTE
• Select the paper to be used and press the Start key if 11" × 8 1/2" or
8 1/2" × 11" size paper is not loaded.
4
6-7
Press the cursor up key to select “End”, and press the enter
key.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
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● Turning copy management ON/OFF
Display the copy management selection screen. (See page
6-3.)
1
COPIER MANAGEMENT
(4) Making copies when the copier is in the copy
management mode
When the copier is in the copy management mode, “Enter 7-digit code
with # keys.” will appear on the message display.
NOTE
• Copy management ON or OFF appears in the upper right-hand of
the screen.
See the following procedures to turn copy management ON/OFF.
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Management on/off”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
5
Press the enter key.
The display will return to the screen in step 2.
6
Make sure that “End” has been selected and press the enter
key. When “Off” is selected, the message display will return
to the “Ready to copy.” screen.
1
Enter the ID-code for your department with the numeric keys.
2
If “Ready to copy.” appears, carry out copying in the usual
manner.
NOTE
• When copying is finished, press the Energy Saver (preheat) key. If
the auto clear function works, the copier will return to the previous
state.
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2. Default settings
The state the copier is in at the end of warm-up or after the Reset key has been pressed is
called “initial mode”. The functions and values that are automatically preset for the initial
mode are called “default settings”. “Copy default” and “Machine default” are set in the
default settings. They can be changed as desired to suit the copying needs.
(1) Copy default settings
The following 14 types of settings can be changed in the copy default
setting mode.
Set them as desired, in order to gain full use of your copier.
Copy default setting
Content of copy default setting
Setting range
1 Exposure mode
Selects the copy exposure mode at power-on from auto exposure
mode (page 4-2), mixed (text and photo) mode (page 4-2), photo mode
(page 4-2) and text mode (page 4-2).
Auto mode/Mixed
mode/Photo mode/
Text mode
Mixed mode
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2 Exposure steps
Changes the number of exposure steps in the manual exposure mode.
5 steps/9 steps
5 steps
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3 A.E.
Changes the overall exposure when using the auto exposure mode.
1 to 7
4 (center)
6-12
4 Mix ori. density
Adjusts the copy exposure when selecting the photo & text mode in the
copy quality selection (page 4-2).
1 to 7
4 (center)
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5 Pho ori. density
Adjusts the copy exposure when the photo mode is selected in the
copy quality selection (page 4-2).
1 to 7
4 (center)
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6 Txt ori. density
Adjusts the copy exposure when the text mode is selected in the copy
quality selection (page 4-2).
1 to 7
4 (center)
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7 Paper selection
Specifies whether the drawer with paper of the same size as the
original is automatically selected or whether paper size is selected
manually.
Auto/Manual
Auto
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8 AMS mode
Sets whether to enlarge/reduce the image of the original (see “(1) Auto
magnification selection mode” on page 4-4.) or copy it at the same size
when an original has been set and the Paper Select key is pressed.
AMS/100%
AMS
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9 Copy limit
Limits the number of copies that can be made at a time.
1 to 250 Sets
250 Sets
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0 Margin width
Sets the initial value of the margin width for the left margin in the
margin copy mode (page 5-5).
1/4" to 3/4"
(1/8" increments)
1/4"
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Default setting Page
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Copy default setting
Content of copy default setting
COPIER MANAGEMENT
Setting range
Default setting Page
! Border width
Sets the initial value of the border erase width for the sheet erase or
book erase in the border erase mode (page 5-6).
1/4", 1/2", 3/4"
1/4"
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@ Default drawer
Specifies the paper feed drawer to be selected automatically when
warm-up ends or when the Reset key is pressed (note that there may
be times when the default drawer may not be selected, such as when
the drawer is empty). Paper feed drawer 3 and 4 can be selected only
when the optional drawer is installed.
1st pap. to
4th pap.
1st pap.
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# Output form
Sets whether or not to perform sort copying (page 5-9) when the
optional DF is used (when originals are set in the DF).
Sort: ON/
Sort: OFF
Sort: OFF
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$ Rotate sort
Sets whether the normal sort copy (page 5-9) or rotate sort copy (page
5-9) is used when the sort mode is selected.
• This setting is not displayed when the copier is equipped with the
optional finisher.
On/Off
Off
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(2) How to set the copy default setting mode
1
Press the */Language key to light the indicator.
The management mode selection screen will appear.
6
Press the enter key.
7
Make settings as explained below.
NOTE
• (>) displayed in each setting screen indicates the present setting
value.
• After finishing each setting, the display will return to the screen in
step 5. If changing other settings, repeat step 5 to 7.
8
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Copy default”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Enter the management code “2000” with the numeric keys.
Press the cursor up key to select “End” and press the enter
key to finish settings. The message display will return to the
“Ready to copy.” screen.
1 Exposure mode
Press the cursor down or up key to select “Auto mode”,
“Mixed mode”, “Photo mode” or “Text mode”.
1
2
Press the enter key.
2 Exposure steps
Press the cursor down or up key to select “5 steps” or
“9 steps”.
1
NOTE
• The 4-digit management code can be changed. (See “@ Management code change” on page 6-18.)
5
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Press the cursor down or up key to select the copy default
setting to be changed. See “(1) Copy default settings” on
page 6-9 for settings that can be changed.
2
Press the enter key.
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3 A.E.
1
Press the cursor right or left key to move the cursor on the
exposure scale.
Move the cursor to the right to make copies darker, and to
the left to make copies lighter.
2
Press the enter key.
4 Mix ori. density
Press the cursor right or left key to move the cursor on the
exposure scale.
Move the cursor to the right to make copies darker, and to
the left to make copies lighter.
1
6 Txt ori. density
Press the cursor right or left key to move the cursor on the
exposure scale.
Move the cursor to the right to make copies darker, and to
the left to make copies lighter.
1
2
Press the enter key.
7 Paper selection
Press the cursor down or up key to select “Auto” or “Manual”.
1
2
2
COPIER MANAGEMENT
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
8 AMS mode
Press the cursor down or up key to select “AMS” or “100%”.
1
5 Pho ori. density
Press the cursor right or left key to move the cursor on the
exposure scale.
Move the cursor to the right to make copies darker, and to
the left to make copies lighter.
1
2
2
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
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9 Copy limit
Enter the maximum number of copies that can be made with
the numeric keys.
1
2
Press the enter key.
0 Margin width
Press the cursor right or left key to select the margin width.
The width can be set between 1/4" and 3/4" in increments of
1/8".
1
2
Press the enter key.
! Border width
Press the cursor down or up key to select the border erase
width.
The width can be selected from 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4".
1
@ Default drawer
Press the cursor down or up key to select the default drawer
(paper feed drawer).
1
2
# Output form
Press the cursor down or up key to select “Sort: ON” or
“Sort: OFF”.
1
2
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Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
$ Rotate sort
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
1
2
2
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
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COPIER MANAGEMENT
(3) Machine default settings
The following 15 types of settings can be changed in the machine
default setting mode.
Set them as desired, in order to gain full use of your copier.
Machine default setting
Content of machine default setting
Setting range
Default setting Page
1 Status report
Prints contents of machine default settings as a status report.
2 Auto shut-off
Turns the auto shut-off function (page 4-7) On or Off. The auto shut-off
function automatically turns off the main switch if copying is not
performed for a certain period of time.
• If auto shut-off interferes with your copying operations, turn this
function off. It is recommended to prolong the time interval that
triggers auto shut-off before actually turning it off.
• If the optional fax board or printer board is installed, the copier enters
the energy saver mode when the auto shut-off function is triggered.
For details, see the instruction handbook for the fax board or printer
board.
On/Off
On
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3 Special paper
In case of selecting the paper size on the message display, displays (*)
next to the paper size of the drawer if it contains special paper such as
colored paper or recycled paper. Drawer 3 or 4 can be selected only
when the optional drawer has been installed.
• If special paper is loaded in the drawer, select the paper type in
“5 Paper type (1st to 4th)”.
* (Set)/– (Not set)
– (Not set)
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4 APS
Selects whether paper in the drawer set in “3 Special paper” is used
or not in the auto paper selection mode or automatic drawer switching
(page 2-4).
On/Off
Off
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5 Paper type
(1st to 4th)
Selects the type (standard or special) of paper to be loaded in the
drawer.
• The settings for Drawers 3 and 4 are not displayed when the copier is
not equipped with the optional drawers for Drawers 3 and 4.
Plain, Recycled,
Letterhead, Color
Plain
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6 Paper type
(bypass)
Selects the type (standard or special) of paper to be loaded in the
multi-bypass.
Plain,
Transparency,
Labels, Recycled,
Rough,
Letterhead, Color,
Envelope,
Cardstock
Plain
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7 Select ejector of
FAX
Selects whether to eject fax outputs to the copier or either the finisher
or job separator.
• This setting is not displayed when the copier is not equipped with the
optional fax board and finisher or job separator.
Inner output,
Finisher
(Job separator)
Finisher
(Job
separator)
8 Select ejector of
copy
Selects whether to eject copied paper to the copier or either the
finisher or the job separator (or the duplex unit).
• This setting is not displayed when the copier is not equipped with the
optional finisher or the optional job separator (or the duplex unit).
Inner output,
Finisher
(Job separator)
Inner output
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9 Preheat time
Selects a certain length of time from when copying ends to when the
energy saver function (page 4-7) is actuated.
5 to 45 min.
(5-minute increments)
15 min.
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Machine default setting
Content of machine default setting
Setting range
Default setting Page
0 Shut-off time
Selects a certain length of time from when the copier is not used to
when the auto shut-off function (page 4-7) switches off the power
automatically. The auto shut off function can be turned off as well. This
setting cannot be used in that case (“2 Auto shut-off”).
The initial setting is 30 minutes.
• It is recommended to prolong time interval that triggers the auto shutoff if the copier is used frequently, whereas shorten it if it is not used
frequently.
• See “2 Auto shut-off” to release the auto shut-off function.
• If the optional fax board or printer board is installed, the copier enters
the energy saver mode when the auto shut-off function is triggered.
For details, see the instruction handbook for the fax board or printer
board.
15 to 240 min.
(5-minute increments)
30 min.
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! Display contrast
adjust.
Changes the display contrast when the message display is not seen
clearly.
1 to 7
4 (center)
6-18
@ Management code
change
Changes the management code that accesses the management mode
(page 6-1) and management mode in this default setting (page 6-9).
• If management code is changed, keep a note of the new one.
––––
2000
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# Silent mode
The copier can be switched to the silent mode, which stops the motor
inside the copy machine immediately after copying has been finished.
When “ON” is selected, the motor stops immediately after copying has
been finished.
On/Off
Off
6-18
$ Auto drawer
switch
Selects whether the automatic drawer switching function (page 2-4) is
used or not.
On/Off
On
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% Counter report
Prints the toner counter report.
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(4) How to set the machine default setting mode
1
Press the */Language key to light the indicator.
The management mode selection screen will appear.
COPIER MANAGEMENT
6
Press the enter key.
7
Make settings as explained below.
NOTE
• (>) displayed in each setting screen indicates the present setting
value.
• After finishing each setting, the display will return to the screen in
step 5. If changing other settings, repeat step 5 to 7.
8
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Machine default”.
3
Press the enter key.
4
Enter the management code “2000” with the numeric keys.
Press the cursor up key to select “End” and press the enter
key to finish settings.
The message display will return to the “Ready to copy.”
screen.
1 Status report
Press the cursor down key to select “Status report”.
1
2
Press the enter key. The status report is printed. After
finishing printing, the display will return to the screen in
step 1.
NOTE
• If no 11" × 8 1/2" or 8 1/2" × 11" paper is set, a confirmation display
will appear. Select the paper size to be used and press the Start
key.
NOTE
• The 4-digit management code can be changed. (See “@ Management code change” on page 6-18.)
2 Auto shut-off
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
1
5
Press the cursor down or up key to select the machine
default setting to be changed. See “(3) Machine default
settings” on page 6-14 for the settings that can be changed.
2
Press the enter key.
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3 Special paper
Press the cursor down or up key to select the paper feed
drawer to be marked with (*).
1
2
Press the cursor right or left key. The mark (*) will appear
aside the paper feed drawer. Press the cursor right or left key
again to cancel it.
5 Paper type (1st to 4th)
Press the cursor down or up key to select the paper type.
1
2
Press the enter key.
NOTE
• The setting procedure for the paper type is the same for Drawers 1,
2, 3 and 4.
6 Paper type (bypass)
Press the cursor down or up key to select the paper type.
1
NOTE
• More than two marks can be put.
3
Press the cursor up key to select “End” and press the enter
key.
4 APS
1
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
2
Press the enter key.
7 Select ejector of FAX
The optional fax board and job separator must be installed to perform
this setting. If not, this setting will not be displayed.
2
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Press the enter key.
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8 Select ejector of copy
Press the cursor down or up key to select the eject point.
1
2
COPIER MANAGEMENT
! Display contrast adjust.
Press the cursor right or left key to move the cursor on the
exposure scale.
Move the cursor to the right to make display darker, and to
the left to make display lighter.
1
Press the enter key.
2
NOTE
Press the enter key.
• The display shown in step 1 appears when the finisher is installed. If
the job separator (or the duplex unit) is installed, "2 Job separator"
appears instead of "2 Finisher".
@ Management code change
Enter a new 4-digit management code with the numeric keys.
1
9 Preheat time
Press the cursor down or up key to select the time interval
from when copying ends to when the energy saver function
is actuated.
Time can be set from 5 to 45 minutes in increments of
5 minutes.
1
NOTE
• If you enter a wrong number, press the Stop/Clear key. The
management code before change will appear.
2
2
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
# Silent mode
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
1
0 Shut-off time
Press the cursor down or up key to select the time interval
from when copying ends to when the auto shut-off function is
actuated. Time can be set from 15 to 240 minutes in
increments of 15 minutes.
1
2
2
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
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$ Auto drawer switch
Press the cursor down or up key to select “On” or “Off”.
1
3. Selection of language
Selects the language to be used in the message display, from
English, French, Spanish and Japanese.
2
1
Press the */Language key to light the indicator.
The management mode selection screen will appear.
2
Press the cursor down key to select “Language”.
3
Press the enter key.
Selectable languages will be displayed.
4
Press the cursor down or up key to select the language.
5
Press the enter key. The language will be changed, and the
message display will return to the “Ready to copy.” screen.
Press the enter key.
% Counter report
Press the cursor down key to select “Counter report”.
1
2
Press the enter key. The toner counter report is printed. After
finishing printing, the display will return to the screen in
step 1.
NOTE
• If no 11" × 8 1/2" or 8 1/2" × 11" paper is set, a confirmation
message will appear. Select the paper size to be used and press the
Start key.
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CHAPTER 7 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
(1) ADF (Automatic document feeder)
3 DF part names
Automatically feeds multiple sheet originals one by one for scanning.
1 Originals that can be used with the DF
• Sheet originals only
• Original weights: Single-sided original of 35 g/m2 to 160 g/m2
• Original sizes: 11" x 17"/A3 (maximum) to 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" (vertical)/
A5R (minimum)
• Capacity: 70 sheets (11" x 8 1/2"/A4 and smaller, 75 g/m2 or
80 g/m2)
50 sheets (8 1/2" x 14"/B4 and larger, 75 g/m2 or 80 g/m2)
50 sheets in auto selection mode
2 Precautions for the use of DF
Do not use any of the originals given below with the DF. Also do not
set originals with punch holes or tear-off strips positioned at the
leading edge.
• Transparency films
• Carbon paper and extremely creased or folded originals, originals
of soft material such as vinyl
• Non-square originals, wet originals, originals with adhesive tape or
glue
• Originals bundled with a paper clip or staple (if inevitable, remove
the paper clip or staple and straighten out the creases and folds
before setting the originals)
• Clipped out originals, originals with slippery surface
• Originals with still-wet whiteout
• Originals with creases (if inevitable, straighten out the creases
before setting the originals)
1 Original table
(Place the originals here.)
2 Original insertion guides
(Adjust the guides to the width of the originals.)
3 DF open/close handle
(Hold this handle when opening and closing the DF.)
4 Original eject cover
(Copied originals are stored here.)
5 DF original cover
(Open this cover to remove an original misfed in the DF.)
4 How to set originals in the DF
1
Adjust the original insertion guides to the original size.
NOTE
• Before setting the originals in the DF, check that no original from the
previous operation is remaining on the original eject cover. Originals
remaining on the original eject cover may cause original misfeed.
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2
Set the originals on the original table in correct sequence
with the side to be copied facing upward. Securely insert the
leading edge of the originals into the DF as far as they will
go.
IMPORTANT
• Do not set originals exceeding the limit indicated on the sticker
attached on the rear original insertion guide. Setting more originals
than specified may cause original misfeed.
2
Set the original with the side to be copied facing downward.
Be sure to align the original with the original size scales.
3
Hold the DF open/close handle and close the DF.
5 How to set originals on the platen
When using an original that cannot be set in the DF, such as a book
or magazine, open the DF and place it on the platen.
1
Hold the DF open/close handle and open the DF.
* Before opening the DF, check that no original is present on
the original table or original eject cover. If present, the
original may fall off when the DF is opened.
IMPORTANT
• Do not press the DF against the platen with force. Doing so may
cause damage to the glass material.
CAUTION
DO NOT leave the document feeder open as there is a
danger of personal injury.
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(2) RADF (Reversing Auto Document Feeder)
The RADF automatically feeds one-sided originals one by one for
scanning. It also reverses two-sided originals automatically for duplex
copying and page separation copying. For details, see the RADF's
instruction handbook.
(3) Drawer
Up to two drawers of the same type as that in the main body can be
added.
Capacity and the paper loading method is the same as those for the
standard drawer in the main unit.
* Paper misfed in the optional cassette can be removed by opening its
left cover.
(4) Finisher
The finisher stores a large quantity of copies. It can also sorts multiple
copies into sets by shifting the eject position. Paginated copies can be
stapled, too.
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(5) Duplex unit
If the Duplex unit is installed, duplex copies can be made. Duplex
copies can be made with A3 to A5 (vertical) [17" x 11" to 5 1/2" x 8 1/
2"] (75 to 80 g/m2) paper.
(6) Job separator
When using the interrupt copying function or the optional printer
function, the paper eject point can be changed to make sorting easier.
Copied paper can be ejected to the job separator (upper section). See
"8 Select ejector of copy" in Machine default setting on page 6-14.
* The job separator can store up to 100 copies. When making 101 or
more copies, copying will stop when 100 copies are made. Copying
will resume automatically when the copied sheets are removed.
(7) Key counter
The key counter determines the number of copies that have been
made. It is useful for copier centralized management on a department
or even company level.
* The key counter may count up when either data from a computer is
printed out or fax pages are printed out.
CHAPTER 7 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
● Setting the key counter
Insert the key counter securely into the key counter opening.
(10) Network scanner
This copier can be used as a network scanner that allows access
from multiple computers.
NOTE
• When the key counter function is used, copies cannot be made
unless the key counter is inserted into the copier. If the key counter
is not inserted securely, "Insert key counter." appears on the
message display.
(8) Printer board
If the printer board is installed, this copier can be used as a printer.
For details, see the printer board's instruction handbook.
(9) Printer network board
If the network board is installed along with the optional printer board,
this copier can be used as a network printer, allowing access from
multiple computers.
For details, see the printer network board's instruction handbook.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
1. Error messages
When any of the messages listed in the table below appear on the message display, take the corrective action as instructed.
Message
Action
"Close xxx cover."
The cover indicated is open. Close the cover securely.
"Add paper in drawer."
There is no paper in the drawer indicated. Load paper.
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"Set drawer."
One of the drawers is not closed properly. Pull it out and push it back in all the
way.
"Drawer inoperable. Call for service."
The drawer currently in use is out of order and cannot be used. Contact your
service representative immediately. Continue copying using another drawer.
"Check paper size."
No paper that can be used in the selected mode is loaded. Check the paper.
"Reposi ori. or change drawer."
The orientation of the original and the selected paper are different. Change the
orientation of the original. If the Start key is pressed, same-size copying will be
performed.
"Exceeded copy quantity limit."
The number of copies reached the limit set in the copy management mode and
no more copies can be made. Clear the copy count from the management
mode.
"Ready to copy. Add toner to resume copying."
6-1
There is not enough toner in the copier. Replace the toner cartridge immediately as only one copy can be made at a time.
3-5
"Add toner to resume copying."
There is not enough toner in the copier to make copies. Replace the toner
cartridge immediately.
3-5
"Call for service."
8-1
Open and close the front cover. If the same message appears again, make a
note of the "C" and the number appearing with it, turn the main switch OFF (O),
and contact your service representative.
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Message
Action
Page
"Time for maintenance"
Periodic maintenance is necessary to keep your copier in good condition.
Contact your service representative as soon as possible.
"Memory is full."
The copier memory is full. Select whether to print scanned pages (Print) or
delete scanned data (Memory is full). You cannot copy or scan other originals
until you make a selection.
"Paper misfeed."
If paper is misfed, the copier will stop and the location of the misfeed will
appear on the message display. Remove the misfed paper with the main switch
turned ON (|) by following the appropriate procedure.
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Originals have not been fed correctly from the DF (optional). Remove the
originals with the main switch turned ON (|) by following the appropriate
procedure.
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"Reset all originals in feeder."
"Misfeed in feeder. Remove original(s)."
"Duplex tray inoperable, call for service."
The duplex unit (optional) is out of order and duplex copying is not possible.
Contact your service representative immediately.
"Paper capacity exceeded."
"Remove paper from Inner."
• There are 250 sheets of paper stored in the copy store section. Remove the
paper and resume copying.
• If the optional job separator is installed, there are 150 sheets of paper stored
in the copy store section. Remove the paper and resume copying.
• If the optional finisher is installed, there are 100 sheets of paper stored in the
copy store section. Remove the paper and resume copying.
"Paper capacity exceeded."
"Remove paper from Finisher."
There are 250 sheets of paper stored in the optional finisher. Remove the
paper and resume copying.
"Paper capacity exeeded.
Remove paper from Job sep."
There are 100 sheets of paper stored on the optional job separator. Remove
the paper and resume copying.
"Check paper in Finisher. Incomplete copies
inside."
Unfinished copies were ejected onto the finisher (optional) due to a problem
occurred during copying. Check and remove those copies.
"Remove paper from Finisher inner tray."
Paper has been misfed inside the finisher (optional). See the finisher's
instruction handbook and remove the paper.
"Out of staples. Add staples."
There are no staples in the finisher (optional). See the finisher's instruction
handbook and replace the staple cartridge.
"Cannot staple this size."
Stapling is not possible with small size paper. For details, see the finisher's
instruction handbook.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
2. When paper misfeeds
If a paper misfeed occurs, copying will stop. A misfeed message will appear and the misfeed location will be indicated on the message display.
"JAM" and a 2-digit number appear on the message display. The number indicates the paper misfeed location.
Remove the misfed paper by referring to "(3) Removal procedures" with the main switch turned ON (|).
(1) Misfeed location indicators
1 Misfeed in paper feed section
2 Misfeed in left cover (page 8-5)
3 Misfeed in DF <optional> (page 8-6)
4 Misfeed in duplex unit <optional> (page 8-6)
5 Misfeed in finisher <optional> (page 8-6)
(3) Removal procedures
1 Misfeed in paper feed section
● Misfeed in drawer (JAM 10, 11, 12, 13, 20, 21)
If the message "Paper misfeed in drawer. Remove paper." appears
with the misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed
has occurred in the drawer (or optional drawer). Remove the misfed
paper using the procedure given below.
1
(2) Cautions
WARNING
High voltage is present in the charger section. Take
sufficient care when working in this area, as there is a
danger of electrical shock.
CAUTION
The copier's fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
getting burned.
* Do not reuse misfed paper.
* If paper is torn during removal, be sure to remove all loose scraps
from inside the copier, or they could cause misfeed later.
* After misfed paper has been removed, warm-up will begin. The
Misfeed indicator will turn off and the copier will return to the same
settings prior to the misfeed.
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Open the drawer.
CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
2
Remove the misfed paper while taking care not to tear it.
* If the paper should be torn, remove all the scraps from the
inside the copier.
2
Remove the misfed paper while taking care not to tear it.
* If the paper should be torn, remove all the scraps from the
inside the copier.
3
Close the drawer slowly.
* Check that the paper is kept under the claws of the drawer.
If not, reload the paper.
* If "JAM 20" or "JAM 21" appears, remove the misfed paper
by referring to "Misfeed in drawer left cover" on page 8-4.
3
Close the drawer left cover.
● Misfeed in drawer left cover (JAM 15, 16)
If the message "Paper misfeed. Open second left cover." appears with
the misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed has
occurred in the drawer left cover. Remove the misfed paper using the
procedure given below.
1
Open the drawer left cover.
● Misfeed in multi-bypass (JAM 14, 22)
If the message "Paper misfeed in stack bypass. Remove paper."
appears with the misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a
misfeed has occurred in the multi-bypass. Remove the misfed paper
using the procedure given below.
1
Remove all the paper remaining in the multi-bypass.
2
Check that the misfeed location indicator disappears and reload paper into the multi-bypass.
* If "JAM 22" appears, remove the misfed paper by referring
to "Misfeed in the left cover" on page 8-5.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
2 Misfeed in the left cover (JAM 30, 40, 50, 51)
If the message "Paper misfeed. Open left cover." appears with the
misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed has
occurred in the left cover. Remove the misfed paper using procedure
given below.
3
Remove the misfed paper while taking care not to tear it.
If the paper is not easy to remove, proceed to the next step.
If the paper is removed successfully, proceed to step 5.
* If the paper should be torn, remove all the scraps from the
inside the copier.
* When the optional duplex unit is installed, "PAPER MISFEED."
appears. Open the duplex unit and proceed to step 2.
IMPORTANT
1
Open the multi-bypass.
2
Open the left cover.
The drum (1 in the illustration) is highly sensitive to light and dirt. Be
careful not to expose it to strong light such as room lighting or to
touch the drum with the hands.
4
Hold the green handle (2 in the illustration) and open the
ejection guide, and then remove the misfed paper.
CAUTION
The copier's fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
getting burned.
WARNING
High voltage is present in the charger section. Take
sufficient care when working in this area, as there is a
danger of electrical shock.
CAUTION
The copier's fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
getting burned.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
5
Close the left cover and multi-bypass.
IMPORTANT
• If the optional duplex unit is installed, be sure to close the left cover
before closing the duplex unit.
4 Misfeed in duplex unit <optional> (JAM 60, 61)
If the message "Paper misfeed. Open duplex unit." appears with the
misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed has
occurred in the duplex unit. Remove the misfed paper using the
procedure given below.
3 Misfeed in DF <optional> (JAM 70 ~ 76)
If the message "Misfeed in feeder. Remove original(s)." appears with
the misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed has
occurred in the DF. Remove the misfed original using the procedure
given below.
1
2
3
1
Hold the duplex unit open/close lever (1 in the illustration)
and open the duplex unit.
2
Hold the switchback guide handle (2 in the illustration) and
open the switchback guide, and then remove the misfed
paper.
3
Close the switchback guide first and then close the duplex
unit.
Remove all the originals from the original table.
Open the DF original cover.
Remove the misfed original.
5 Misfeed in finisher <option> (JAM 80 ~ 83)
If the message "Remove paper from finisher." appears with the
misfeed location indicator shown in the illustration, a misfeed has
occurred in the finisher.
For details, see the finisher's instruction handbook.
4
Close the DF original cover.
Set the misfed original together with those removed back
onto the original table and resume the copying operation.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
3. Troubleshooting
If trouble occurs, carry out the applicable checks and actions given below. If the trouble persists, contact your service representative.
Trouble
Checks
Action
Nothing lights on the
operation panel when the
main switch is turned ON.
Is the power plug connected to an AC
outlet?
Connect the plug to an AC outlet.
No copies come out when
the Start key is pressed.
Is there any message appearing on the
messsage display?
Perform the corrective action corresponding
to the messsage.
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Copies come out blank.
Are the originals set correctly?
When setting originals on the platen, place
them face-down.
4-1
When setting originals in the optional DF,
place them face-up.
7-1
Copies come out too light.
Is the copier in the auto exposure mode?
To change the overall exposure, perform the
auto exposure adjustment.
6-9
Is "Photo", "Text & Photo" or "Text" selected?
Adjust the exposure to the correct degree
using the copy exposure adjustment keys.
4-2
To change the overall exposure, perform the
exposure adjustment for the each copy
quality mode.
Is the add toner message displayed?
6-9
Replace the toner cartridge.
3-5
Is paper wet?
Replace the paper with new paper.
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CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
Trouble
Copies come out too dark.
Checks
Is the copier in the auto exposure mode?
Action
Page
To change the overall exposure, perform the
auto exposure adjustment.
6-9
Is "Photo", "Text & Photo" or "Text" selected?
Adjust the exposure to the correct degree
using the copy exposure adjustment keys.
To change the overall exposure, perform the
exposure adjustment for the each copy
quality mode.
Copies are dirty.
Is the platen or the original cover dirty?
4-2
6-9
Clean the platen and/or the original cover.
9-1
Open the front cover and pull and push back
in the cleaning shaft.
3-6
Copy image is askew.
Misfeed occurs frequently.
Are the originals set correctly?
Is the paper set correctly in the drawer?
When setting originals on the platen, align
their edges with the correct original size
scale for their size.
4-1
When setting originals in the optional DF,
adjust the original insertion guides to the
size of the originals correctly.
7-1
Set paper properly.
3-1
Is paper curled, folded or wrinkled?
Replace the paper with new paper.
3-1
Is there any misfed paper or loose scraps of
paper remaining inside the copier?
Copied sheets are not
stored tidily in the copy store
section.
Carry out the appropriate procedure to
remove the paper.
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Are the copied sheets curled?
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CHAPTER 9 CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS
1. Cleaning the copier
WARNING
For safety purposes, ALWAYS remove the power plug
from the outlet when performing cleaning operations.
● Cleaning the original cover
Lift open the original cover. Wipe the back side of the original cover
with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a mild detergent.
* Never use thinner or other organic solvents for this purpose.
● Cleaning the platen
Lift open the original cover. Wipe the platen with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a mild detergent.
* Never use the thinner or other organic solvents for this purpose.
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* If soiling, such as black lines, appear on the copy while using the
optional DF, the slit glass (a in the illustration) is soiled.
Wipe the slit glass with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a mild
detergent.
CHAPTER 9 CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS
2. Specifications
Type ...............................................................................
Original table ..................................................................
Copying system .............................................................
Originals .........................................................................
Copy sizes .....................................................................
Copying speed ...............................................................
Warm-up time .................................................................
First copy time ................................................................
Zoom ratio ......................................................................
Image storage memory ..................................................
Resolution ......................................................................
Paper feed system .........................................................
Copy paper ....................................................................
Continuous copying .......................................................
Light source ...................................................................
Developing system .........................................................
Fixing system .................................................................
Cleaning system ............................................................
Photoconductor ..............................................................
Functions and modes .....................................................
Power source .................................................................
Power consumption .......................................................
Dimensions ....................................................................
Weight ............................................................................
Required space ..............................................................
Optional equipment ........................................................
Desk-top
Fixed type
Indirect electrostatic
Sheets, books and 3-dimensional objects (Maximum original size: 11" x 17")
11" x 17", 8 1/2" x 14", 11" x 8 1/2", 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", envelopes (when used as printer)
Duplex copying: 11" x 17" to 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Same-size copying/memory copying; 11" x 17": 10 copies/min., 8 1/2" x 14": 11 copies/min.,
11" x 8 1/2": 20 copies/min., 8 1/2" x 11": 13 copies/min.
Within 30 seconds(at room temperature of 68˚F, humidity 65%RH) F rom energy saver
mode: Within 30 seconds [priority to power save], within 15 seconds [priority to recovery] (at
room temperature of 68˚F, humidity 65%RH)
Within 5.5 seconds (11" x 8 1/2", paper feed from paper feed drawer 1)
Any ratio between 50 to 200% (in increments of 1%). Alternatively, standard ratios.
47 MB
Reading: 600 x 600 dpi
Writing: 600 x 600 dpi
Automatic feeding from drawers (2 drawers, capacity 250 sheets each [75 g/m2/standard
paper specified by our company]), automatic feeding from multi-bypass (capacity 25 sheets
of 11" x 17", 8 1/2" x 14" paper, or 50 sheets of 11" x 8 1/2" or smaller paper [75 g/m2])
Drawer and duplex unit: Standard paper (64 - 80 g/m2)
Multi-bypass: Standard paper (60 - 160 g/m2), special paper (letterheads, colored paper and
transparencies), envelopes (DL, C5, COM-#10, Monarch) [when using the printer function
only]
1 - 250 sheets
Rare gas lamp
Dry process
Heat roller
Blade
OPC
Self-diagnosis function, energy save mode, auto exposure adjustment function, original size
detection function, auto paper size selection function, auto magnification selection mode,
zoom copy mode, standard zoom mode, size zoom mode, photo mode, margin mode,
border erase mode, layout copy, sort mode, copy management function, language selection
function
120 V AC, 60 Hz, 9 A Max.
Rated power consumption 1080 W Max.
21 5/8"(W) x 23 3/4"(D) x 21 13/16"(H)
550 mm (W) x 603 mm (D) x 554 mm (H)
Approx. 102 lbs.
Approx. 46.4 kg
35 1/6"(W) x 23 3/4"(D)
891 mm (W) x 603 mm (D)
ADF (automatic document feeder), RADF (reversing auto document feeder), drawer,
finisher, duplex unit, job separator, key counter, printer board, network board, network
scanner, original holder
(Specifications are subject to change without notice.)
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SAFETY OF LASER BEAM
1. Safety of laser beam
This copier has been certified by the manufacturer to Class 1 level under the radiation performance standards established by the U.S.
DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) in 1968. This indicates that the product is safe to use during normal operation and
maintenance. The laser optical system, enclosed in a protective housing and sealed within the external covers, never permits the laser
beam to escape.
2. The CDRH Act
A laser-product-related act was implemented on Aug. 2, 1976, by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This act prohibits the sale of laser products in the U.S. without certification, and applies to laser
products manufactured after Aug. 1, 1976.
The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the
United States.
On this copier, the label is on the rear.
3. Optical unit
When checking the optical unit, avoid direct exposure to the
laser beam, which is invisible.
Shown at left is the label located on the cover of the optical
unit.
4. Maintenance
For safety of the service personnel, follow the maintenance instructions in the other section of this manual.
5. Safety switch
The power to the laser unit is cut off when the front cover is opened.
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CAUTION!
The power plug is the main isolation device! Other switches on the equipment are only
functional switches and are not suitable for isolating the equipment from the power source.
ATTENTION !
Le débranchement de la fiche secteur est le seul moyen de mettre l'appareil hors tension.
Les interrupteurs sur l'appareil ne sont que des interrupteurs de fonctionnement : ils ne
mettent pas l'appareil hors tension.
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
CAUTION – The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
* The above warning is valid only in the United States of America.
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* For best copy results and machine performance, we
recommend that you use only KYOCERA MITA original
supplies for your KYOCERA MITA copier.
©2000 KYOCERA MITA CORPORATION
is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation
is a registered trademark of KYOCERA MITA CORPORATION
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