EDNord QMS magicolor Plus Installation guide

EDNord QMS magicolor Plus Installation guide
magicolor 6110
Installation Guide
®
1800645-001A
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Thank You
Thank you for purchasing a magicolor 6110. Your magicolor 6110 is specially
designed for optimal performance in Windows, Macintosh, and networking
environments.
Trademarks
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Minolta is a trademark of Minolta Co., Ltd. Other product names mentioned in this
guide may also be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Proprietary Statement
The digitally encoded software included with your printer is Copyrighted © 2001 by
MINOLTA-QMS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This software may not be reproduced, modified, displayed, transferred, or copied in any form or in any manner or on any media,
in whole or in part, without the express written permission of MINOLTA-QMS, Inc.
Copyright Notice
This guide is Copyrighted © 2001 by MINOLTA-QMS, Inc., One Magnum Pass,
Mobile, AL 36618. All Rights Reserved. This document may not be copied, in whole or
part, nor transferred to any other media or language, without written permission of
MINOLTA-QMS, Inc.
Notice
MINOLTA-QMS, Inc. reserves the right to make changes to this guide and to the
equipment described herein without notice. Considerable effort has been made to
ensure that this guide is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, MINOLTAQMS, Inc. makes no warranty of any kind including, but not limited to, any implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose with regard to this
guide. MINOLTA-QMS, Inc. assumes no responsibility for, or liability for, errors
contained in this guide or for incidental, special, or consequential damages arising
out of the furnishing of this guide, or the use of this guide in operating the equipment,
or in connection with the performance of the equipment when so operated.
Registering the Printer
Mail—Fill out and send in the
registration card enclosed in your
shipment or downloaded from
www.onlineregister.com/
minolta-qms/
Internet—Follow the instructions
on www.onlineregister.com/
minolta-qms/
or
Software Utilities CD-ROM—
Follow the instructions on the
CD-ROM.
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Contents
Getting Acquainted with Your Printer ............................................ 5
magicolor 6110 Features 5
Location Requirements 6
Printer Parts 8
Front View 8
Top Internal View 8
Front Internal View 8
Cross Section Side View 9
Rear View 9
Rear Internal View—Transfer Unit 9
Documentation Set ....................................................................... 10
Setting up Your Printer .................................................................. 11
Shipment Contents 11
Unpacking the Printer 11
Installing the Toner Cartridges 12
Loading the Media Tray 18
Accessories .................................................................................... 19
Plugging in/Turning on the Printer .............................................. 20
Configuration Menu Overview ...................................................... 21
Menu Chart Conventions 21
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Installation* Menu 21
Operator Control Menu 22
Administration Menu 23
Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/
CrownNet Menu 24
Selecting a Message Window Language .................................... 24
Printer Control Panel 24
About the Control Panel .............................................................. 26
Message Window ......................................................................... 26
Control Panel Indicators 26
Control Panel Keys 27
Menu, Select, Previous, and Next Keys 28
About the Interface Panel ............................................................. 29
Software Utilities CD-ROM ........................................................... 29
Regional Settings 29
Drivers and Utilities 30
Installing Printer Drivers and Software ...................................... 31
Installing Windows Drivers and Utilities via a Parallel
Connection 31
Installing Windows Drivers and Utilities via an Ethernet
TCP/IP Interface Configuration 33
Installing Macintosh Drivers and Utilities 35
Installing Drivers and Utilities on UNIX and Others 36
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 37
Solving Problems during Installation 37
Accessories and Consumables .................................................. 41
Accessories 41
Consumables 43
Regulatory Compliance ............................................................... 44
FCC Compliance Statement 45
EN 55022 45
Canadian Users Notice 46
Laser Safety 46
International Notices 46
Warranty Considerations ............................................................. 47
Manufacturer’s Declarations of Conformity ............................... 49
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Getting Acquainted with Your Printer
magicolor 6110 Features
Features/Model
GN
Print Speed SPM (Letter/A4) 6/24*
SDRAM
256 MB
Resolution
1200 x 1200 dpi
250-sheet Universal Upper
Media Tray
z
250-sheet Letter/A4 Upper
Media Tray
{
Standard Interfaces
IEEE-1284 parallel
Ethernet
Serial RS-232C
Internal IDE Hard Disk
{
Time-of-Day Clock
{
Lower Feeder Unit (each
{
lower feeder unit comes with
a 500-sheet media tray)
Duplex Unit
{
Cabinet
{
Number of Cartons in
Shipment
1
Note
*Sheets per minute (SPM): 6 = color;
24 = monochrome black.
The 110 and 220 volt printers ship with
an envelope feeder, and the 100 volt
printers ship with a postcard feeder.
z = Standard
{ = Optional
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Location Requirements
Top View
Front
20 inches
(50 cm)
8 inches
(20 cm)
28 inches
(70 cm)
4 inches
015mati.eps
(10 cm)
„
On a hard, flat, level (1.5° or less slant at any point around the
machine) surface capable of supporting the printer, accessories, consumables, and media. Weights are shown below.
5"
6
A surface can be tested for levelness with a standard round
pencil. If the pencil rolls, the surface is not level. Clear the area
of any obstruction or items such as cables that might prevent
the printer from sitting directly on the flat, level surface.
Component
Weight
Printer
101 lbs (46 kg)
Consumables (such as toner,
OPC belt)
11 lbs (5.0 kg) (total)
Media
5.2 lbs (1.9 kg) per ream of 20 lb
bond (75 g/m2) paper
Lower feeder unit (each)
14.8 lbs (6.7 kg)
Duplex unit
5.3 lbs (2.4 kg)
„
In an area with an ambient temperature range of 50°–95° F (10°–
35° C) and relative humidity range of 20%–80% (noncondensating).
„
Away from cooling and heating sources, extreme temperature or
humidity changes, direct sunlight, excessive dust, corrosive chemicals
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or vapors (such as ammonia), water pipes, refrigerators, and
any strong electromagnetic field (such as that created by an air
conditioner).
If the printer is located in a cold room that is rapidly heated, or if the
printer is moved from a cold place to a warm, humid place, condensation may occur within the printer, degrading print quality. If this occurs,
allow the printer to adapt to the environment for about one hour
before use.
„
Away from open flames or items that can easily burn.
„
Away from water.
If using a humidifier or water vaporizer in the room with the printer, use
only purified or distilled water. Impurities in the water may be released
into the air, where they can accumulate inside the printer and cause
degraded printer output.
„
Away from items that produce excessive vibration.
„
At an altitude of 0–8202' (0–2500 m).
„
Near your computer—6.5' (2 m) or less for an IEEE 1284 bidirectional
parallel connection; cables for other connections may be longer.
„
Close to an easily accessible grounded power supply on an exclusively
dedicated power outlet.
Attention
Do not connect the groundwire to gas or water pipes or grounding
for telephones.
„
Not connected to the same electrical outlet as noise-generating equipment. If the printer is connected to the same circuit used by other
high-current machines, such as a copier or air conditioner, or to an
electrically noisy machine, low voltage or noise may cause overheating, computing errors resulting in data loss, and improper performance.
„
In a well-ventilated area, but away from wind.
„
With enough space to allow adequate ventilation and easy servicing.
WARNING!
Obstructing the ventilation grilles could present a fire hazard.
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Printer Parts
The drawings on these pages illustrate the parts of your printer referred
to throughout this guide, so please take some time to become familiar
with the printer.
Front View
1—Output tray
2—Control panel
and message window
3—Top cover
4—Top cover latch
5—Front cover latch
6—Front cover
7—Power switch
8—Carrying grips (on all 4
corners)
9—Upper universal
media tray (tray also
known as a cassette)
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
Top Internal View
1—Cleaning roller
2—Fuser oil bottle
3—OPC belt cartridge
with corona wire
goes here
c
d
e
Front Internal View
1— Laser lens cover (inside)
2—Toner cartridge
3—Waste toner bottle
c
d
e
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Cross Section Side View
c
1—Output tray
d
2—Paper exit
e
3—Fuser unit
4—Fuser rollers
f
5—Transfer drum
6—Pickup rollers
7—Media tray
8—Toner cartridges
9—OPC belt
k
j
g
h
i
Rear View
1—Control panel
2—Top cover
3—Ventilation grille
4—Rear cover
5—Ozone filter
6— Lower rear cover
7—Interface panel
8—AC power connector
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
Rear Internal View—Transfer Unit
1—Registration
rollers
2—Transfer
roller
3—Paper
discharger
and wire
c
d
e
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Documentation Set
Your magicolor 6110 comes with two CD-ROMs. All the documentation is on
the Documentation CD-ROM unless otherwise noted below. It is provided in
Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Acrobat Reader and QuickTime programs are
provided on both CD-ROMs.
You will discover movie camera icons in the manuals. If you’re using
the Acrobat PDF version of this guide, click the icon to play a QuickTime video clip of the procedure described in the text.
Quick Setup
Guide
Use this sheet when unpacking the printer.
Service & Support This lists global sources of service and support for
Guide
your printer. Further information about MINOLTA-QMS
printers is available through the Internet at
www.minolta-qms.com.
Installation Guide You’re looking at this document right now. This assists
in setting up the printer, installing accessories, installing
a printer driver, and connecting to a network. It also
briefly describes the control panel and configuration
menu.
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User’s Guide
This guides you through the day-to-day operation of
your printer, including information on printing files, refilling print media, and replacing toner. It also includes
information on additional accessories and options; handling, cleaning, and maintaining your printer; improving
print quality; and troubleshooting printer problems.
Maintenance
Guide
This guide is a handy item to keep close to the printer
for quick reference information regarding operation and
care of the printer.
CrownBooks
These manuals provide detailed information about
Crown architecture, color printing, menu configuration,
and advanced computer/network connection and configuration. They can be found in PDF format on the
Software Utilities CD-ROM.
Colorific Monitor
Calibration Card,
Color Encore
Brochure
This card is used to color calibrate your monitor using
Colorific.
The brochure tells you about addtional calibration
alternatives for Color Encore.
Colorific User’s
Manual
This manual contains instructions for using Colorific’s
monitor calibration software and helpful information
about color management, ICC profiles, and color
matching.
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Setting up Your Printer
WARNING!
Your printer weighs approximately 101 lbs (46 kg) without
consumables. Be sure to have help when lifting and moving it.
Attention
Never lift a printer with the fuser oil bottle installed. When lifting and
carrying the printer, use the carrying grips on the bottom sides.
Shipment Contents
„ Printer with a 250-sheet universal media tray
The 110 and 220 V printers ship with an envelope feeder; the 100 V
printers ship with a postcard feeder.
„ Consumables kit (the printer comes with the waste toner bottle
installed)
a 4 initial starter toner cartridges
b OPC belt cartridge
c Fuser oil bottle and syringe
a
b
c
„ Power cord
„ Documentation (see “Documentation Set” on page 10)
Interface cables aren’t included in the shipment. If you need cables,
contact your local vendor or computer store.
Unpacking the Printer
Attention
When lifting and carrying the printer use the carrying grips on the
bottom sides. Never lift a printer with the fuser oil bottle installed.
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1
Unpack the printer by cutting and removing the straps, and lifting off
the outer box.
5"
2
3
4
We strongly suggest that you save the packaging materials in
case you ever need to move or ship the printer.
Remove the consumables kit.
Fold back the plastic protective bag from the printer.
With another person’s help, lift the printer from the pallet, and place it
in its intended location.
5"
5
For best output quality and longest consumables life, place the
printer on a hard, flat, level (within 1.5°) surface capable of
supporting about 119 lbs (53.9 kg). A surface can be tested for
levelness with a standard round pencil. If the pencil rolls, the
surface is not level.
Remove the tape and shipping cardboard from the outside of
the printer.
Attention
During installation, do not plug in the printer’s power cord until told to
do so.
Installing the Toner Cartridges
Your printer uses four toner cartridges: black (K), yellow (Y), magenta (M),
and cyan (C).
Color
Rated life @ normal 5%
coverage
(expressed in planes)
Initial starter toner cartridge
Replacement toner cartridge
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Black
7,000
Yellow
4,250
Magenta
4,250
Cyan
4,250
Black
14,000
Yellow
8,500
Magenta
8,500
Cyan
8,500
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5"
The toner is nontoxic. If you get toner on your hands, wash them in
cool water and mild neutral detergent. If you get toner on your clothes,
lightly dust them off as much as possible. If some toner remains on
your clothes, use cool, not hot water, to rinse the toner off, provided
your clothing is washable.
WARNING!
If you get toner in your eyes, wash it out immediately with cool water
and consult a doctor. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) information
can be found at www.minolta-qms.com (click on the Answer Base).
1
Remove the toner cartridges from their shipping bags.
Attention
Do not hold the toner cartridge vertically.
2
3
4
Holding a cartridge with both hands, gently rock it five or six times
horizontally to distribute the toner.
Pull the tab to remove
the tape.
Remove the orange protective
cover from each cartridge.
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5
6
Press the front cover
latch on the upper-right
side of the printer and
open the printer’s front
cover.
Align the toner cartridge with the cartridge guides. Gently
push the cartridge into
the printer.
Attention
Each toner cartridge has a colored
label that corresponds to a
colored label to the right of the
cartridge slots. Always install the
toner cartridge in the slot with a
label of the same color.
K
If a toner cartridge doesn’t slide in
easily, don’t force it. While the
cartridges may appear not to be
fully inserted, gently closing the
front cover will guide them to their
proper operating position.
7
Y
M
C
Install the other toner cartridges.
Leave the printer’s front cover open while installing the OPC belt cartridge as
described in the next section.
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Installing the OPC Belt Cartridge
The OPC (Organic Photo Conductor) belt cartridge forms the image that is
developed and transferred to the media.
Attention
The OPC belt is extremely
sensitive to bright light, direct
sunlight, and touch. Always
leave it in its protective box until
you’re ready to install it. Any
exposure to light should be limited to less than two minutes, or
permanent damage could result.
Also, handle the cartridge carefully so you don’t touch the surface (the
green part) of the belt. The belt is extremely sensitive to hand oils and
scratches, both of which reduce print quality. This type of damage is not
covered by the product warranty.
1
Open the printer’s
top cover.
5"
2
3
4
5
If you install a duplex
unit later, you must
always open the duplex
unit’s top cover first.
Rotate up the two lock
levers to prepare the opening for the cartridge.
Remove the OPC belt
cartridge from its protective bag.
Pull out the two
tension-release
pins (A) (one on
each side of the
cartridge).
A
B
Remove the protective sheet (B) from
the cartridge.
5"
A
The white powder lubricant on a new OPC belt is normal; it
won’t affect quality.
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6
Holding the cartridge above
the printer, align the guide pins
on the cartridge with the guide
slots in the lock levers.
The green surface of the cartridge faces you.
Attention
When lowering the cartridge into
the guide slots, the metal contact
on the lower-left side of the
cartridge should be aligned
outside of the left guide slot.
Contact
The cartridge should slide easily
into the printer. Don’t force it.
7
8
9
16
Gently guide the cartridge into the printer.
Rotate the two lock
levers toward the back of
the printer to secure the
cartridge in the printer.
At this point, you may
close the front cover.
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Installing the Cleaning Roller and Fuser Oil Bottle
1
2
Push the two tension release levers toward the rear of the printer.
5"
The printer is shipped with the tension release levers in the forward position.
Open the
two cleaning
roller lock
levers by
rotating
them toward
each other.
Tension release levers
Cleaning roller lock levers
Front of printer
3
4
5
Install the
cleaning roller
in its slot.
Close the
two cleaning roller
lock levers.
Open the
two oil
bottle lock
levers by
rotating
them away
from each
other.
Attention
Do not move a printer with the fuser oil bottle installed.
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6
7
8
Insert the new oil
bottle with the nozzle pointed down.
Nozzle
Close the
two oil
bottle lock
levers.
Close the printer’s top cover.
Loading the Media Tray
1
Unpack the media tray.
5"
5"
2
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Media pressure plate
The illustration shows
a universal media tray;
however, instructions
are the same for a
letter/A4 media tray.
Left guide
Universal trays are not
interchangeable
between the upper
input feeder and the
optional lower feeder
unit(s).
Center guide
Adjust the media guides
to fit the paper size you’re
loading by squeezing the
retainers moving them to
the appropriate location (media sizes are listed on the bottom of the
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tray). The media pressure plate will automatically lock into position
when the media is loaded.
Attention
Improperly adjusted guides may cause poor print quality, media
jams, or printer damage.
3
Fan a stack of approximately
250 sheets of paper.
Make sure the paper corners
are not bent.
Attention
The paper should fit easily between the guides. Do not overfill
the tray. A fill limit mark is provided on the inside left side of the
tray. The standard upper media tray holds 250 sheets of 20 lb
bond (75 g/m²) paper.
4
Load the paper face-up with its top
toward the right of the cassette and
the long edge toward
the printer.
Often, an arrow on the media
package label indicates the
printing-side of the media.
5
6
Slide the media tray back into
the printer.
Print at least 20 pages to make
sure the toner in the new cartridges have settled properly.
For further information about loading and
using media, refer to chapter 2, “Using Media,” in the User’s Guide.
Accessories
Attention
Installing accessories always requires that the printer and accessories
are turned off and unplugged during installation.
If you purchased any additional printer accessories, then install them now. If
installation instructions are included with the accessory, follow them. If not,
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instructions are included in the User’s Guide. A complete list is in
“Accessories and Consumables” on page 41. Refer to www.minolta-qms.com
for part numbers and pricing.
Plugging in/Turning on the Printer
1 Make sure the
printer is turned off.
2
Plug the printer
power cord into the
printer and into the
dedicated,
grounded, surgeprotected electrical
outlet.
WARNING!
Do not overload the outlet. For products installed outside North
America, do not connect the groundwire to gas or water pipes or
grounding for telephones.
3
Turn on the printer.
5"
In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is
considered to be the main disconnect device.”
After a brief (typically 3 minutes)
warmup, your printer prints a startup
page and displays “IDLE” on the message window. If “IDLE” is not
displayed in the message window after the power switch is turned
on, the setup operation is not proceeding correctly or the printer
may be malfunctioning. Recheck the setup. If the startup page
doesn’t print or the print quality is not good, skip ahead to
“Troubleshooting” on page 37.
5"
20
The printer automatically switches to power-saver mode after
30 minutes of inactivity. In the Administration/Engine/Energy
Saver menu, you can change the number of minutes before the
printer switches to power-saver mode.
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Configuration Menu Overview
Menu Chart Conventions
The following conventions are used in the menu charts:
„
Some menu choices are marked as optional, indicating that the
selection appears in the menu only when the option is installed.
„
Defaults are bolded.
For more menu details, refer to the CrownBook.
Installation* Menu
IDLE
Printer Configuration
Installation*
Operator Control
Operator Passwrd
(Enter password)
Use Operator Pwd
Off, On
Admin Password
(Enter password)
Use Admin Pwd
Off, On
Administration
*Requires optional security key
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Operator Control Menu
IDLE
Printer Configuration
Operator Control
Copies
Administration
Installation*
001-999
Duplex**
Off, Long Edge, Short Edge
Collation
Off, On
Portrait, Landscape
Orientation
Inputbin
Upper, Optional1*, Optional2*
Chain Inputbins*
Off, On
Color Separation
Off, On
Color Model
Full Color, Monochrome
Media Mode
Single User Mode, Network Mode
Color Matching
Media
For Upper Bin
Custom Inputbin
Upper, Optional
Mode, Disk Space,
Resetaccounting, File Segment
Accounting***
Proof-Then-Print***
Consumables
ICC Colormatch*, ICC RGB Source, ICC Simulation, ICC PCL
Source, Link Quality, SIM in RGB Links
[Job Name 1 - 50]
Item Replaced, Print Statistics
*Optional
**Only with a duplex unit installed
***Only with a hard disk installed
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Administration Menu
IDLE
Printer Configuration
Administration
Communications
Emulations
Special Pages
Installation*
Timeouts
Parallel
Serial
Optional NIC*
Resident NIC
ESP Default
LN03+*
PostScript
PCL 5e
HP-GL
CGM*
QUIC*
LinePrinter
Image Server (TIFF & CALS)*
Print Status
Registration Pg
Header Page
Trailer Page
Startup Options
Do Start Page
Do Sys Start
Do Error Handler
Memory
Quick Config***
Manual Config
Enable Disk Swap
Engine
Operator Control
Header Inputbin
Trailer Inputbin
CMM Profile Page
Test Page 1
Toner Low Act.
Inputbin 3 Name*
Energy Saver
OutputbIn Name
Def. Resolution
Def. Resolution
Maintenance
Page Recovery
Energy Saver
Image Alignment
Rotate Simplex
Default Paper
Inputbin 1 Name
Inputbin 2 Name*
Test Page 2
Calibration Page
Status Page Type
Toner Low Action
Print Quality
Density
Consumables
Item Replaced
PM Service
Start Period
Miscellaneous
Save Defaults
Restore Defaults
Reboot System
New System Image
Capture PrintJob***
Keypad Language
Clock Operations****
Disk Operations***
Format Disk***
Backup Hard Disk***
Restore Disk***
*Optional
**Only with duplex unit installed
***Only with hard disk installed
****Only with Time-of-Day clock installed
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Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/
CrownNet Menu
IDLE
Printer Configuration
Administration
Communications
Optional NIC
CrownNet
Common
Mode
Resident NIC
Emulation
EtherTalk
Min K Spool
LAN Manager
Def Job Prio
PS Protocol
N etW are
TC P /IP
Selecting a Message Window Language
Printer Control Panel
The control panel message window provides status and configuration information. Status messages and configuration menus can be displayed in the
message window in Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian,
Portuguese, and Spanish. When you receive your printer, the default language is set to *English.
Chinese (Simplified), Japanese (Kanji), Korean (Hangul), and Taiwanese
(Traditional) do not display in the control panel message window, but choosing them makes the correct language display in CrownView.
Refer to “About the Control Panel” on page 26 for detailed information about
how the control panel functions.
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If you want to change the message window language, use the following
control panel sequence (slightly dependent upon the model and installed
options):
Press Key
(Until) Display Reads
Online
IDLE (and online LED is off)
Menu
OPERATOR CONTROL
Next (
ADMINISTRATION
)
Select
ADMINISTRATION–COMMUNICATIONS
Previous (
)
Select
MISCELLANEOUS—SAVE DEFAULTS
Previous (
)
Select
)/
Previous (
5"
MISCELLANEOUS—KEYPAD LANGUAGE
KEYPAD LANGUAGE—*ENGLISH
Next (
Select
ADMINISTRATION—MISCELLANEOUS
)
Press the Next and/or Previous key until the language required is displayed
<LANGUAGE> IS SELECTED
The printer must be restarted for changes to the Keypad Language
menu to take effect. You can either let the printer restart automatically
after you save the change and exit from the Configuration menu, or
you can wait for the change to take effect the next time you manually
turn on the printer.
Selecting a Message Window Language
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About the Control Panel
The control panel, located on the front of the printer, allows you to direct the
printer’s operation. In addition, it displays the current status of the printer,
including any condition that needs your attention.
A 2-line, 16
characters/line,
message
window displays
status and
configuration
information.
MESSAGE
4 indicators
provide
printer
status
information.
3 keys access
frequently used
printer functions
4 keys are
used in
printer
configuration.
Message Window
The control panel message window provides status and configuration information. Status messages are listed in “Troubleshooting” in the User’s Guide.
Printer configuration is explained in the CrownBook.
Control Panel Indicators
Indicator
Off
On
The printer is off line and not The printer has finished
ready to accept data. When warming up and is on line and
this indicator is blinking, the ready to print data.
printer is warming up or is in
Energy Saver mode.
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Indicator
Off
On
The printer is off line and not The printer is on line and
ready to accept data.
ready to receive data from
any of its interfaces.
No problem.
The printer requires operator
attention (usually accompanied by a status message in
the message window).
The printer is not receiving
data.
The printer is receiving or
processing data through one
or more of its interfaces (usually accompanied by a status
message in the message
window).
Control Panel Keys
Key
Function
The Online key switches the printer between on line and off
line status.
When off line, the printer continues printing until it has finished all jobs received, but it doesn’t accept any new data.
Although jobs continue to compile and print using the data
already received, a job may be interrupted.
If a remote console has taken the printer off line, pressing
the Online key on the control panel will not take effect until
the remote console puts the printer back on line.
You must take the printer off line before using all other keys
except the Cancel and Media keys.
Use the Media key to set the media tray to the correct media
type when switching between plain paper or transparencies
(Automatic) and other types such as envelopes, glossy
stock, labels, and thick stock (Thick Stock) to enable the
proper toner adherence.
In network mode, the user must select a special media type
both from the printer driver and from the printer’s control
panel (the Media key). In single user mode, the user only
has to specify the type of media that you are printing on in
the driver. Failure to set the Media key when switching
media types results in unsatisfactory printing results.
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Key
Function
The Cancel key allows you to cancel one or all print jobs.
(See the CrownBook for complete information.) It also allows
the user to end a job.
If the printer is on line, press the Cancel key to cancel the job
currently printing. To cancel the entire print job if the computer has not completely sent the job, use the printer driver.
If you press the Cancel key by mistake, or if you decide not
to cancel a print job after pressing this key, press the Menu
key to “cancel” the Cancel key’s function.
Menu, Select, Previous, and Next Keys
The Menu, Select, Previous, and Next keys are used in printer configuration
(explained in detail in the CrownBook). Before using any of these keys, press
the Online key to take the printer off line.
Key
Function
The Menu key provides access to the configuration menu.
First press the Online key to take the printer off line, and then
press the Menu key to access the configuration menu. When
you’re changing the printer configuration, press this key to
cancel a change (before pressing the Select key), to return
to a previous menu, or to return to a previous character
when entering character information.
Press Select to access a menu or to choose a displayed
menu option.
Press the Previous key to return to the previous selection or
option for the current menu. When changing character information, use this key to return to the previous choice for the
current input character.
Press the Next key to advance to the next selection or option
in the current menu. When changing character information,
use this key to advance to the next choice for the current
input character.
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About the Interface Panel
The interface panel is located on the back right of the printer.
Serial port—This is an RS-232C serial
interface.
SCSI—Up to 3 optional SCSI devices are
allowed.
Security key—This is for the optional
security key.
Serial port
SCSI
Security key
Ethernet port—Using a twisted-pair
(RJ45) Ethernet cable, connect the EtherEthernet port
net port on the printer to a 10BaseT/
100BaseTX network connection.
Optional
interface
Optional interface—Optional interfaces
such as emulations connect here.
Parallel port
Parallel port—Using a Centronics IEEE
1284 bidirectional parallel cable, connect
the parallel port on the printer to the parallel port on your computer.
Software Utilities CD-ROM
Regional Settings
The Software Utilities CD-ROM
checks your computer’s Regional
Settings and automatically starts
up in the language that you
selected if it is supported. In a
Windows environment, you may
change the opening language by
changing the computer’s Regional
Settings (double-click on the My
Computer icon, then on Control
Panel, then on Regional Settings).
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Other applications on your
PC may also be affected
by changing the Regional
Settings.
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Drivers and Utilities
The printer driver and additional software found on the Software Utilities
CD-ROM can be installed on PCs using any of the following:
„
Windows Me
„
Windows 2000
„
Windows NT4
„
Windows 98
„
Windows 95 (B minimum)
„
Macintosh
„
UNIX
„
NetWare
„
Others
Drivers/Utilities
Use/Benefit
PostScript Driver
for Me/98/95
This driver gives you access to all of the printer features, including finishing, color management, and
advanced layout on the Windows Me/98/95 platform. It
is designed to be feature-rich while versatile and easy
to use.
PostScript Driver
for 2000/NT4
This driver gives you access to all of the printer features, including finishing, color management, and
advanced layout on the Windows 2000/NT4 platform. It
is designed to be feature-rich while versatile and easy
to use.
PostScript Printer
Description
These PPD files allow you to install the printer for a
variety of platforms, drivers, and applications.
Crown Print Moni- This Windows utility gives an efficient serverless
tor for Windows
method for transporting print jobs directly to a
MINOLTA-QMS printer via the TCP/IP protocol. The
Crown Print Monitor functions on Windows Me/98/95
as well as Windows 2000/NT4.
Profile Downloader This utility allows you to download color profiles from a
Windows workstation to the printer’s hard disk.
PageScope
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This utility, designed with administrators in mind, is a
powerful tool allowing centralized management of all
the Crown printers on your network. It is available for
Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX platforms. Refer to the
PageScope manual for more information.
Software Utilities CD-ROM
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Drivers/Utilities
Use/Benefit
UNIX Host
Software
UNIX Host Software, compatible with a variety of UNIX
platforms, allows for the customization of UNIX-based
queues and filters for the specific features of the Crown
printer.
Printer Utility for
the Macintosh
This utility provides common management tasks for
Crown printers from a Macintosh platform, such as
naming the printer, configuring the printer, and downloading fonts.
Installing Printer Drivers and Software
You can install printer drivers and utilities via a parallel or an Ethernet
connection.
Installing Windows Drivers and Utilities via a Parallel
Connection
Plug and Play Installation
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1
Connect your printer to your PC with a parallel cable.
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2
Ethernet connections don’t support Plug and Play technology. If you’re
using an Ethernet network connection, skip to “Installing Windows
Drivers and Utilities via an Ethernet TCP/IP Interface Configuration”
on page 33.
Under certain PC configurations, the Software Utilities CD-ROM automatically launches its own installation utility. If this should occur during
the Plug and Play procedure, cancel the Plug and Play installation and
install the driver using the CD-ROM installer for easy access to color
management and online documentation.
With your PC turned off, turn on the printer (the power switch is on
the left side of the printer), and then turn on your PC. A Found New
Hardware message appears. Follow the directions for your operating system:
Windows Me/98/95
Windows 2000
Insert the Software Utilities
CD-ROM.
Select
~Search
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3
When the Other
Locations window
appears, choose
Select Other
Location.
Insert the Software Utilities
CD-ROM.
Select
Browse
Select
;CD-ROM Drives
De-select all other choices.
Locate the Driver directory
on the CD-ROM, and then
choose OK.
Choose
Next
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation of
the printer driver. When the installation is complete, the Windows
desktop appears. Remove the CD-ROM from the PC, and store it in a
safe place.
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During software installation you can view online help by choosing the Help button.
Manual Installation
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1
2
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If you installed the printer driver using Plug and Play technology, skip
to “Installing Windows Drivers and Utilities via an Ethernet TCP/IP
Interface Configuration” on page 33.
Connect your printer to your PC with a parallel cable.
Insert the Software Utilities CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive on your
computer.
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When the installation application window appears, select Install
Printer Utility and Driver, and then follow the on-screen
instructions to install the printer driver and Crown Port Monitor.
Installing Windows Drivers and Utilities via an Ethernet
TCP/IP Interface Configuration
Detailed instructions for configuring TCP/IP can be found in the CrownBook
(in PDF format on the Software Utilities CD-ROM).
DHCP Installation
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If you use DHCP to install TCP/IP, you must enable DHCP/WINS
in Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/CrownNet/TCPIP
printer configuration menu. See your network administrator and
your CrownBook for further information.
Manual TCP/IP Installation
1
2
Connect your printer to the network with an Ethernet cable.
If necessary, in the Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/
CrownNet/TCPIP/Internet Address menu, enter the printer’s Internet
address.
The factory default Internet address is 161.33.128.24. If necessary,
in the Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/CrownNet/
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TCPIP/Default Router menu, enter the Internet address of the default
router.
The factory default router address is 000.000.000.000. This setting
provides automatic sensing of gateways. If you identify a subnet
mask, automatic sensing is disabled.
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If you want to refer to the printer by host name instead of IP address,
edit the system host table by adding the following line to the host file:
internetaddress hostname
where internetaddress is the Internet address of the printer
(Administration/Communication/Resident NIC/CrownNet/TCPIP/
Internet Address menu, and hostname if the descriptive name of the
printer). This requires administrator privileges on your network. Contact your system administrator.
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5
Insert the autoloading Software Utilities CD-ROM into your CD-ROM
drive.
Click on the printer driver for your specific driver and port monitor.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
Selecting the Crown Port
The Crown Print Monitor for Windows 2000/NT4/Me/98/95 transports print
jobs to a print device using the TCP/IP protocol and provides status information to the host. If you installed the Crown Print Monitor, follow the instructions
in this section to assign the new Crown port that was created.
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From the Start menu,
choose Settings.
2
3
Choose Printers.
In the Printers window
click the right mouse button on the magicolor 6110
printer to display the
printer’s menu.
4
5
Choose Properties.
Choose the Details tab
(Windows Me/98/95) or
Ports tab (Windows 2000/
NT4).
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7
8
From the Print To The Following Port list, choose the
Crown port that was added during the Crown Print Monitor
installation.
Choose OK to close the Printer Properties window.
Close the Printers window.
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For additional information about the Crown Print Monitor, see the
Crown Print Monitor Administrator’s Guide (in PDF format on the
Software Utilities CD-ROM). For information about the print
monitor that comes with Microsoft Windows 2000, see your
Windows documentation.
Installing Macintosh Drivers and Utilities
EtherTalk Interface Configuration
You can configure your MINOLTA-QMS print system by several different
methods.
This section briefly describes the configuration procedure for the printer
interface. You can make these configuration changes through any of the
following means:
„
Printer control panel
„
Print Utility for Macintosh
„
Remote Console
„
CrownView
When your printer boots up, it will find a default zone. If your network has
more than one zone, use the Administration/Communications/Resident NIC/
CrownNet/EtherTalk/Zone Name/Zone Part 1 and Zone Part 2 menus to enter
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the name of the zone to which the printer is attached if you want it to appear
in a zone different than the one it shows in.
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The two Zone Part x menus allow you to identify 1 zone with a
name up to 32 characters long. (Up to 16 characters can be
entered in each of the two menus). You cannot use these two
menus to identify two zones. Trailing spaces are not considered
part of the zone name. All standard printable ASCII characters are
valid except the @ and ' symbols. The names are case sensitive.
PPDs and Utilities (OS9 and Below) Installation
1
Insert the autoloading
Software Utilities
CD-ROM into your
CD-ROM drive. .
This screen should
appear.
2
3
4
If not, open the
Readme file in the
Explore button for
information on the
latest available
drivers, PPDs, and
utilities.
Double-click the INSTALL icon.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
PPDs and Utilities (OSX) Installation
For installation of PPDs and utilities for OSX, refer to the MINOLTA-QMS
website at www.minolta-qms.com, and download the Macintosh OSX
installer. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Installing Drivers and Utilities on UNIX and Others
For UNIX, NetWare 3, NetWare 4, NetWare 5, and NDPS installation, refer to
the CrownBook.
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Troubleshooting
Although the magicolor 6110 is designed to be highly reliable, you may
occasionally experience a problem. The following helps you to identify the
cause of the possible installation problems and suggests some solutions
related to installation. For detailed troubleshooting information, refer to
“Troubleshooting” in the User’s Guide.
Solving Problems during Installation
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No lights or
messages
appear on
the control
panel.
There is no power supply Make sure there is power supplied
to the AC outlet.
to the AC outlet.
The power cord is not
Make sure the power cord is
plugged in securely into plugged in securely both at the
both the power outlet and power outlet and the printer.
the printer.
The printer power switch
is not on.
Toggle the printer power switch to
the On position.
The line voltage from the Make sure the line voltage matches
power outlet doesn’t
the printer’s power requirements.
match the printer’s power
requirements.
The startup
page comes
out skewed
or in the
wrong orientation.
The transfer unit was
jarred open during the
installation and needs to
be closed.
Open and close the printer’s rear
cover.
The media guides are
not accurately set in the
media tray.
Reset the media guides.
The printer is
not receiving data from
the computer. (The
Data indicator doesn’t
blink after a
file is sent.)
The printer is not on line. Put the printer on line and check if
the message window displays
IDLE.
The emulation has been
changed from ESP to an
emulation that doesn’t
match the file you are
sending.
Print a status page from the control
panel. For information about the
ESP mode, refer to the CrownBook.
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Symptom
Cause
You can’t
print a status page.
Is the printer off line
Turn the printer off line before printbefore you try to enter the ing a status page.
Administration/Special
Pages/Print Status menu?
The tray does not have
media.
Solution
Check that the media trays are
loaded with media, in place and
secure.
The printer’s covers aren’t Make sure the front and top covers
closed securely.
are closed securely. Close all covers gently to avoid jarring the
printer. Make sure the waste toner
bottle is installed correctly.
There is a media jam.
Check for a media jam.
The printer is
printing
codes or not
printing at all
when in ESP
mode.
The printer emulation is
not correct.
Reconfigure the port to the specific
printer emulation of the file you are
trying to print.
Your ESP timeout is too
short.
If a PostScript file prints PostScript
statements while the printer is in
ESP mode, increase the ESP
timeout.
Top cover
does not
close.
The fuser oil bottle release Open the top cover and turn the
levers are not set in the
fuser oil bottle release levers (two
correct position.
locations) to the locked position,
then close the cover gently to avoid
jarring the printer.
Front cover
does not
close.
The waste toner bottle is
misinstalled.
Remove the waste toner bottle,
then install it correctly.
Toner cartridges are
misinstalled.
Reinstall the toner cartridges. While
the cartridges may appear not to be
fully inserted, gently closing the
front cover will guide them to their
proper operating position.
Waste toner The waste toner bottle
bottle can- isn’t oriented correctly.
not be
installed.
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Make sure the bottle is correct
side up.
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Symptom
Cause
Solution
CHECK
WASTE
TONER
message
appears
in the
message
window.
The waste toner bottle
isn’t properly installed.
Make sure the waste toner bottle
sits loosely in its compartment and
that the top of the bottle is not
wedged under the top of the compartment.
The Online You did not wait long
indicator is enough.
on and the
message in
the display is
“IDLE,” but
no startup
page prints. Print startup is not
enabled.
Error message is displayed.
Did you wait long enough? From a
cold start, the printer takes approximately 3 minutes to warm up.
Be sure you wait long enough for a
startup page before suspecting a
problem.
Make sure the option to print a startup page is enabled in Administration/Startup Options/Do
Startup Page.
The defaults have been
changed.
Perform a restore defaults on the
printer. From your control panel,
select Administration/
Miscellaneous/Restore Defaults/
Factory Defaults/Yes.
A unit or tray is not correctly installed.
Handle the message according to
the message display.
The media is jammed.
A problem occurred inside
the printer.
Print is
unclear.
Print at least 20 pages to make
New toner cartridge(s)
has (have) been installed, sure the new toner cartridges have
but the “break-in” period settled properly.
has not been reached.
The colors The toner cartridges are
look drasti- not correctly installed.
cally wrong.
Check the toner cartridge
installation.
Colors aren’t The OPC belt cartridge is Repeat the steps in “Installing the
registering not pushed all the way in. OPC Belt Cartridge” on page 15.
properly.
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Symptom
Cause
Printouts
The printer is not on a
seem faded level enough surface.
on one side
of the page.
Solution
Level the printer surface. The slant
of the printer should not exceed
1.5° after the printer is placed on it
(for example, a round pencil laid on
the surface shouldn’t roll in any
direction).
Turn the power switch off, remove
The power cord is not
Printer
power is not correctly plugged into the the power cord from the outlet,
plug it back in, and turn the power
outlet.
on.
back on.
The printer power switch
is not on.
Toggle the printer power switch to
the On position.
Something is wrong with
the outlet you are using
for the printer.
Plug another electrical appliance
into the outlet and see whether it
operates properly.
Printer
The printer is connected
power is not to an outlet with a voltage
on.
or frequency that does not
match the printer specifications.
Check the voltage and frequency of
the outlet. Use a power source with
the following specifications:
—Power
Japan: 100 VAC 50–60 Hz
12 amps
North America: 120 VAC
50–60 Hz 8 amps
Europe: 220-240 VAC 50–60 Hz
6 amps
Latin America:
120 VAC 50–60 Hz
8 amps
220-240 VAC 50–60 Hz
6 amps
—Voltage fluctuation
Japan: 100 VAC ±10%
North America: 120 VAC ±10%
Europe: 220-240 VAC ±10%
Latin America:
120 VAC ±10%
220-240 VAC ±10%
—Frequency fluctuation rate
within 50/60 ±3 Hz
If you’ve followed all of the instructions and still have problems you can’t
solve, see the Service & Support Guide for the MINOLTA-QMS office closest
to you.
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Accessories and Consumables
Refer to www.minolta-qms.com for part numbers and pricing.
Accessories
Description
Remark(s)
BuzzBox
Via parallel connection for 100, 120, and
220 volts
Cabinet
CGM
Emulation
Color Calibration Kit
CrownNet for Ethernet 10BaseT/
100BaseTX Interface
Equipped with RJ45 connector
CrownNet for Token-RIng
Interface
Equipped with STP and UTP connectors
Crown for DECnet-TCP/IP
Interface
Equipped with 10BaseT
Dual In-Line Memory Modules
(DIMMs)
Additional memory must be 32, 64, or
128 MB, PC-100 Compliant SDRAM
DIMMs, up to a printer maximum of
384 MB (up to 128 MB for each DIMM
slot).
Duplex Unit
Installation of a duplex unit requires at
least one LFU be installed.
Envelope Feeder
110 and 220 volt printers ship with an
envelope feeder; for use only in the
upper media tray
Ethernet Interface
ImageServer
TIFF/CALS
Internal IDE Hard Disk Drive
Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard
Disk Drive
Includes two Morisawa fonts, Ryumin
LN03 Plus
Emulation. Requires hard disk.
LocalTalk Interface
Equipped with LocalTalk for legacy Apple
environments
Lower Feeder Unit (LFU)
Media tray included (up to two can be
installed)
and GothicBBB.
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Description
Remark(s)
Media Tray, Universal, 250 Sheet Purchasing extra trays may be conveMedia Tray, Letter/A4, 250 Sheet nient when media formats change and/or
media qualities vary.
Media Tray, Lower Feeder Unit,
500 Sheet
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PlanetPress
Form-creation utility
Postcard Feeder
100 volt printers ship with a postcard
feeder; for use only in the upper media
tray
QFORM
Form-creation utility
SC-210 Color Convenience
Copier
Optional Automatic Document Feeder
(ADF) for SC-210 also available
SCSI Interface
Up to 3 SCSI devices allowed
Security Key
Optional
Serial Interface
Refer to the CrownBook for interfaces
available.
Time-of-Day Clock
Optional
VMS Host Software
Emulation
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Consumables
Attention
Consumable life is expressed in simplex letter/A4 pages @ normal 5%
coverage in continuous printing. A duplex page is equivalent to two
simplex pages. The stated life expectancy of each consumable is based
on printing under specific operating conditions, such as ratio of color
to monochrome, and media type and size. The actual life expectancy
will vary (or be reduced) depending on these and other printing
variables, including continuous (optimal consumable life) or intermittent (for example, one-page jobs) printing, ambient temperature,
and humidity.
Description
Remark(s)
Cleaning roller
REPLACE CLEANING ROLLER displays in the message window (after 20,000 pages).
Fuser oil bottle
FUSER OIL EMPTY displays in the message window (after up to 12,000 pages).
Fuser oil life is media dependent. Heavy coverage,
intermittent printing, and different media types can
use up oil at an accelerated rate, reducing fuser oil
bottle life.
OPC belt cartridge
REPLACE BELT displays in the message window
(up to 120,000 pages). Other factors also affect cartridge life.
Toner cartridge
<COLOR> TONER EMPTY displays in the message
window (after approximately 14,000 planes per
black cartridge and 8,500 planes per yellow,
magenta, and cyan cartridge). The printer ships with
an initial starter toner kit—this means the black
toner cartridge has a life of 7,000 planes, while
cyan, magenta, and yellow initial starter cartridges
each have a life of 4,250 planes—at 5% coverage
of each color..
Waste toner bottle
CHECK WASTE TONER displays in the message
window (after 18,000 color planes).
Ozone filter*
Replace every 12 months.
Notes
*Ozone filters are maintenance items that are
user-installable.
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Regulatory Compliance
CE Marking and International (EU)
Immunity
EN 55024
Requirements
EN 50081-1
(EU)
IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-4-8
IEC 61000-4-11
cTick Mark
ACA (Australia)
AS/NZS 4251
AS/NZS 3458
Immunity Characteristics
Generic Emission Standard
ESD
Radiated Susceptibility
Fast Transients
Surge Immunity
Immunity to Conducted
Disturbance
Magnetic Field Immunity
Voltage Dips and Variations
Generic Emissions Standard
ITE
Electromagnetic FCC (USA)
Emissions (EMI) Title 47 CFR Ch. I, Part 15 Class A Digital Device
Industry Canada (Canada)
Class A Digital Device
ICES-003 Issue 3
International (EU)
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Class A ITE for Ethernet
10BaseT/100Base TX and
optional ETRAX 100 board.
Serial and parallel are Class B.
Harmonic Current Emissions
Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker
VCCI (Japan)
VCCI V-1/98.04
Class A Digital Device
Energy Saver
ENERGY STAR (USA)
ENERGY STAR Compliant
Product Safety
UL (USA)
cUL (Canada)
UL 1950, Third Edition
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950-95
TUV/GS and CB International (EU)
Scheme
EN 60950 and IEC 60950
Laser Safety
CDRH (USA)
Title 21 CFR Ch. I, Subchapter J
International (EU)
EN 60825-1
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FCC Compliance Statement
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 in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
„
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
„
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
„
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
„
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
5"
A shielded cable is required to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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 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/her own expense.
Attention
Any modifications or changes to this product not expressly approved in
writing by the manufacturer responsible for compliance to Federal
Regulations could void the user's authority to operate this product
within the Laws and Regulations of the Federal Communications
Commission.
EN 55022
This is a Class A device for Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX and the optional
ETRAX 100 board. This is a Class B device for serial and parallel interfaces.
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Canadian Users Notice
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
Laser Safety
This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard
according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This
means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the
machine during any phase of user operation.
International Notices
Power Cord
The following power cord requirements are in effect for the 220 V magicolor
6110 printer.
Minimum
0.75 mm2
Minimum
H05 VV - F
The male plug is certified in the country in which the equipment is to be
installed, and the female plug is an IEC 320 connector.
Voltage
Attention Norwegian users: This equipment is designed to operate within
an IT power system where the line-to-line voltage does not exceed 240 V.
Lithium Batteries
Attention Swiss users: Lithium batteries need to be disposed of in accordance with Annex 4.1 of SR814.013.
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Warranty Considerations
Various factors can affect a printer’s warranty. Two important ones are electrostatic discharge and consumables. Read your printer warranty carefully.
Attention
It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any
associated daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while
performing any task involving the controller board.
These Actions Could Result in Voiding Your Warranty
Instructions
Failure to follow instructions as outlined in your printer
documentation.
Modifications
Any modifications or changes to this product not expressly
approved in writing by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance to Federal Regulations could void the user's
authority to operate this product within the Laws and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission.
Consumables
Use of consumables not manufactured by
MINOLTA-QMS. For example, refilled toner cartridges
may produce variations in toner quality and reliability, and
can reduce the print quality of your documents. Any damage to the printer or quality problems caused by a refilled
toner cartridge use will void your warranty.
Accessories
Use of accessories not manufactured/supported by
MINOLTA-QMS.
Print Media
Use of of nonsupported print media.
OPC Belt
Any damage resulting from mishandling of the OPC belt
cartridge (voids the warranty of the OPC belt cartridge).
Attention
Don’t return any merchandise to the manufacturer without calling for
a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Refer to the
Service & Support Guide for the Support telephone number where you
can obtain an RMA number. If the printer is not strapped to the pallet or
if the RMA number is not prominently visible on the outside of return
inventory, MINOLTA-QMS will not accept receipt.
If MINOLTA-QMS printer failure or damage is found to be directly attributable
to the use of non-MINOLTA-QMS approved consumables, print media, and/or
accessories, MINOLTA-QMS will not repair the printer free of charge. In this
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case, standard time and material charges will be applied to service your
printer for that particular failure or damage.
Check with our web site www.minolta-qms.com for a list of current approved
media.
To order consumables and accessories, go to www.q-shop.com or check the
Service & Support Guide for the MINOLTA-QMS office closest to you.
If you have any questions, refer to www.minolta-qms.com.
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
Europe 220 Volt
We:
MINOLTA-QMS Europe B.V.
(supplier’s name)
Reactorweg 160, 3542 AD Utrecht, The Netherlands
(address)
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
magicolor 6110
(base product family name)
MC6100-V2-2
(model number located on dataplate)
SL3-U
(print engine model/type number)
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s)
or other normative document(s)
EN 60950:1992+A1+A2+A3+A4+A11, CB Scheme in accordance with
IEC 60950:1991+A1:1992+A2:1993+A3:1995+A4:1996,
CB Certificate No. US-TUVR-0562
EN 60825-1:1994+A11, EN 55022:1998, EN 55024:1998,
EN 61000-3-2:1995+A1:1997+A2:1998, EN 61000-3-3:1995,
IEC 61000-4-2: 1995+A1:1998
IEC 61000-4-3:1995+A1:1998, IEC 61000-4-4:1995, IEC 61000-4-5:1995,
IEC 61000-4-6:1996, IEC 61000-4-8:1993 and IEC 61000-4-11:1994
(title and/or and number and date of issue of the standard(s) or other normative document(s))
(if applicable) following the provisions of 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC Directive(s).
Utrecht, The Netherlands—May, 2001
(place and date of issue)
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
Latin America 110 Volt
We:
MINOLTA-QMS, Inc.
(supplier’s name)
One Magnum Pass, Mobile, Alabama, USA, 36618
(address)
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
magicolor 6110
(base product family name)
MC6100-V2-1
(model number located on dataplate)
SL3-U
(print engine model/type number)
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s)
or other normative document(s)
UL 1950 Third Edition, 1995; cUL CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950-M95;
FCC Class A Digital Device Title 47 CFR Ch. I., Part 15 applies for systems
configured with Token-Ring or LocalTalk interface installed;
Industry Canada ICES-003 Issue 3 Class A Digital Device applies for systems configured with Token-Ring or LocalTalk interface installed;
EPA ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program;
CDRH Laser Safety Title 21 CFR Ch. I., Subchapter J;
MSDS Title 29 CFR Ch. XVII, Part 1910.1200.
(title and/or and number and date of issue of the standard(s) or other normative
document(s))
(if applicable) following the provisions of N/A Directive(s).
Mobile, Alabama, USA—May, 2001
(place and date of issue)
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
Latin America 220 Volt
We:
MINOLTA-QMS, Inc.
(supplier’s name)
One Magnum Pass, Mobile, Alabama, USA, 36618
(address)
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
magicolor 6110
(base product family name)
MC6100-V2-2
(model number located on dataplate)
SL3-E
(print engine model/type number)
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s)
or other normative document(s)
EN 60950:1992+A1+A2+A3+A4+A11, CB Scheme in accordance with
IEC 60950:1991+A1:1992+A2:1993+A3:1995+A4:1996,
CB Certificate No. US-TUVR-0562
EN 60825-1:1994+A11, EN 55022:1998, EN 55024:1998,
EN 61000-3-2:1995+A1:1997+A2:1998, EN 61000-3-3:1995,
IEC 61000-4-2: 1995+A1:1998
IEC 61000-4-3:1995+A1:1998, IEC 61000-4-4:1995, IEC 61000-4-5:1995,
IEC 61000-4-6:1996, IEC 61000-4-8:1993 and IEC 61000-4-11:1994
(title and/or and number and date of issue of the standard(s) or other normative document(s))
(if applicable) following the provisions of 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC
Directive(s).
Mobile, Alabama, USA—May, 2001
(place and date of issue)
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
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