Savin | SDC306 | Operating instructions | Savin SDC306 Operating instructions

RICOH COMPANY, LTD.
15-5, 1 chome, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone: Tokyo 3479-3111
Operating Instructions
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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TRSH010E
Read this manual carefully before you use this product and keep it handy for
future reference.
For safety, please follow the instructions in this manual.
Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To
get maximum versatility from this machine all operators should carefully read and follow the
instructions in this manual. Please keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.
Please read the Safety Information before using this machine. It contains important information
related to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
Notes:
Some illustrations may be slightly different from your machine.
Certain options may not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local
dealer.
Operator Safety:
This machine is considered a CDRH class 1 laser device, safe for office/EDP use. The machine
contains a 15-milliwat, 760-800 nanometer wavelength, GaAIAs laser diode. Direct (or indirect
reflected) eye contact with the laser beam might cause serious eye damage. Safety precautions
and interlock mechanisms have been designed to prevent any possible laser beam exposure to
the operator.
Laser Safety:
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) prohibits the repair of laser-based optical unit in the field. The optical housing unit can only be repaired in a factory or at a location with
the requisite equipment. The laser subsystem is replaceable in the field by a qualified Customer
Engineer. The laser chassis is not repairable in the field. Customer engineers are therefore directed to return all chassis and laser subsystems to the factory or service depot when replacement or the optical subsystem is required.
Warning:
Use of controls or adjustment or perfomance of procedures other than those specified in this
manual might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Notes:
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual. With this machine refer to the inch
version.
For good copy quality, Ricoh recommends that you use genuine Ricoh toner.
Ricoh shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of parts
other than genuine Ricoh parts in your Ricoh office product.
Power Source
120V, 60Hz, 20A or more
Please be sure to connect the power cord to a power source as above. For details about power
source, ☛ see page 138.
Note to users in the United States of America
Notice:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B 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 detemined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one 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.
Warning:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note to users in Canada
Note:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Remarque concernant les utillisateurs au Canada
Avertissement:
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
In accordance with ISO Standard 7001, this machine uses the following symbols for the main
power switch:
a means POWER ON.
c means STAND BY.
Copyright ©1999 Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Do not make copies of anything which is prohibited from copying by law. The
following items are normally prohibited from copying by national law. Other items
may be prohibited by local law.
• Money
• Stamps
• Bonds
• Stocks
• Bank drafts
• Checks
• Passports
• Driver’s licenses
The copy samples in this Operating Instructions differ somewhat from actual copies
due to printing effects.
The coloring of each Color key may differ somewhat from the actual copies.
This copier has a function that prevents making counterfeit bills. So, if you use an
original image that is similar to a bill, you may not get proper copies.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
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Safety Information
Safety Information
When using your machine, the following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety during Operation
In this manual, the following important symbols are used:
R WARNING: Ignoring this warning could cause serious injury or even death.
R CAUTION: Ignoring this caution could cause injury or damage to property.
Examples of Indications
R
Symbols R mean a situation that requires you take care.
v
Symbols v mean “Hot surface”.
q
Do NOT carry out the operation represented by this symbol m .
This example means “Do not take apart”.
r
Symbols mean you MUST perform this operation.
This example means “You must remove the wall plug”.
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Safety Information
R WARNING:
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m
• Only connect the machine to the power source described on the
inside front cover of this manual.
• Avoid multi-wiring.
• Do not damage, break or make any modifications to the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on it, pull it hard or bend it more than
necessary. These actions could cause an electric shock or fire.
• Do not plug or unplug the power cord with your hands wet. Otherwise, an electric shock might occur.
o
q
• Make sure the wall outlet is near the machine and freely accessible
so that in event of an emergency it can be unplugged easily.
r
• If the machine looks damaged or breaks down, smoke is coming
out, there is a strange smell or anything looks unusual, immediately turn off the operation and main power switches then unplug
the power cord from the wall. Do not continue using the machine in
this condition. Contact your service representative.
• If metal, liquid or foreigh matter falls into the machine, turn off the
operation and main power switches, and unplug the main power
cord. Contact your service representative. Do not keep using the
machine with a fault or defect.
m
• Do not put any metal objects or containers holding water (e.g. vases,
flowerpots, glasses) on the machine. If the contents fall inside the
machine, a fire or electric shock could occur.
s
• Do not incinerate used toner or toner containers. Toner dust might
ignite when exposed to an open flame. Dispose of the used toner
containers according to local regulations for plastics.
u
• Do not insert your hands between sorter bins when your machine
is equipped with the 20-bin sorter stapler. You may be injured.
• Do not remove any covers or screws other than those specified in
this manual. Some parts of the machine are at a high voltage and
could give you an electric shock. Also, if the machine has laser
systems, direct (or indirect) reflected eye contact with the laser beam
may cause serious eye damage.When the machine needs to be
checked, adjusted, or repaired, contact your service representative.
• Do not take apart or attempt any modifications to this machine.
There is a risk of fire, electric shock, explosion or loss of sight. If
the machine has laser systems, there is a risk of serious eye damage.
Safety Information
R CAUTION:
m
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. A fire or an electric shock might occur.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples
over, it could cause injury.
o
• After you move the machine, fix it with the caster fixture. Otherwise, the machine might move or come down to cause a personal
injury.
r
• When you move the machine, unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet to avoid fire or electric shock.
• When the machine will not be used for a long time, unplug the power
cord.
t
• When you pull out the plug from the socket, grip the plug to avoid
damaging the cord and causing fire or electric shock.
o
• If you use the machine in a confined space, make sure there is a
continuous air turnover.
m
• Do not reuse stapled paper. Do not use aluminum foil, carbon-containing paper or other conductive paper. Otherwise, a fire might
occur.
n
• When removing misfed paper, do not touch the fusing section because it could be very hot.
R
• This machine has been tested for safety using this supplier’s parts
and consumables. We recommend you only use these specified
supplies.
R
• Do not eat or swallow toner.
• Keep toner (used or unused) and toner containers out of reach of
children.
R
• This equipment is only to be installed by a qualified service personnel.
R
• Deliver to collection point for waste products. Do not be disposed
of via domestic refuse collection.
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How to Read this Manual
How to Read this Manual
Symbols
In this manual, the following symbols are used:
R WARNING:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in death or
serious injury when you misuse the machine without following the instructions under
this symbol. Be sure to read the instructions, all of which are described in the Safety
Information section.
R CAUTION:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in minor or
moderate injury or property damage that does not involve personal injury when you
misuse the machine without following the instructions under this symbol. Be sure to
read the instructions, all of which are described in the Safety Information section.
*The statements above are notes for your safety.
Important
If this instruction is not followed, paper might be misfed, originals might be damaged,
or data might be lost. Be sure to read this.
Preparation
This symbol indicates the prior knowledge or preparations required before operating.
Note
This symbol indicates precautions for operation, or actions to take after misoperation.
Limitation
This symbol indicates numerical limits, functions that cannot be used together, or conditions in which a particular function cannot be used.
Reference
This symbol indicates a reference.
[ ]
Keys that appear on the machine’s panel display.
Keys
built into the machine’s operation panel.
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How to Read this Manual
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What You Can do with this Machine
What You Can do with this Machine
• Color Conversion ⇒ Page 73
• Color Erase ⇒ Page 75
• Mirror ⇒ Page 77
• Positive/Negative
⇒ Page 79
• Centering ⇒ Page 60
• Cover Sheet ⇒ Page 69
*3
• Color Balance ⇒ Page 88
<Yellow>
Dark
Light
Dark
<Cyan>
<Magenta>
Light
<Black>
• Bypass feed
Copying ⇒ Page 36
• Image Adjustment ⇒ Page 91
• Sharp/Soft
• Background Density
• Contrast
• Pastel
*1 The optional 20-bin sorter
stapler, 10-bin sorter stapler or 3-bin sorter is required.
*2 The optional 20-bin sorter
stapler or 10-bin sorter
stapler is required.
*3 The optional document
feeder is required.
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What You Can do with this Machine
• Sort ⇒ Page 80
*1
• Stack ⇒ Page 82 • Staple ⇒ Page 84
*1
*2
• Checking the Selected
Copy jobs ⇒ Page 50
• Color Mode ⇒ Page 27
• Full Color Copy
• Directional
Magnification (%) ⇒ Page 55
• Auto Reduce/Enlarge
⇒ Page 43
• Black Copy
• Single Color Copy
• Twin Color Copy
• Original Image
Selection ⇒ Page 31
• Projector ⇒ Page 145
• Margin Adjustment
⇒ Page 61
• Zoom ⇒ Page 53
• Directional Size
Magnification ⇒ Page 57
• Series Copies ⇒ Page 63
• Combine 2 Originals
⇒ Page 67
*3
• Book → 1 Sided
• 2 Sided → 1 Sided
*3
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Where it is & What it is
Machine Exterior ........................................................................................................................ 2
Options ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Operation Panel ......................................................................................................................... 6
Panel Display ............................................................................................................................. 8
Layout and Keys ...................................................................................................................... 8
Example Displays .................................................................................................................. 10
Basics
Starting the Machine ............................................................................................................... 12
Power Switches ..................................................................................................................... 12
Starting the Machine .............................................................................................................. 12
Turning on the Power ............................................................................................................ 13
Originals ................................................................................................................................... 14
Standard Size Originals ......................................................................................................... 14
Recommended Originals ....................................................................................................... 14
Non-recommended Originals for the Document Feeder ...................................................... 14
Setting Originals on the Exposure Glass (Platen Glass) ................................................... 15
Setting a Stack of Originals in the Document Feeder ........................................................ 16
Setting one Original at a Time in the Document Feeder .................................................... 17
Setting Originals of Different Sizes in the Document Feeder ............................................ 19
Setting Non-standard Sized Originals .................................................................................. 20
Removing the Platen Cover to Copy a Large Original ........................................................ 22
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Copying
Basic Operation ....................................................................................................................... 24
How to Make Copies ............................................................................................................. 24
Adjusting Copy Image Density .............................................................................................. 25
Selecting a Color Mode ......................................................................................................... 27
Selecting the Original Image Type (Photo/Text) ................................................................... 31
Selecting the Copy Paper Size ............................................................................................. 35
Copying from the Bypass Tray .............................................................................................. 36
Auto Reduce/Enlarge—Having the Machine Choose the Reproduction Ratios .................. 43
Energy Saver Mode—Saving Energy ................................................................................... 44
Interrupt Copying—Temporarily Stopping one Job to Copy Something Else ...................... 45
Auto Start—Entering Copy Job Setting During the Warm-up Period ................................... 46
Program—Storing and Recalling Your Copy Setting in Memory .......................................... 47
Check Modes—Checking the Selected Copy Jobs .............................................................. 50
Counter—Checking the Total Number of Copies Made ........................................................ 50
Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging ......................................................................... 51
Preset R/E—Reducing and Enlarging Using Preset Ratios ................................................. 51
Zoom—Reducing and Enlarging in 1% Step ........................................................................ 53
Directional Magnification (%)—Stretching and Squeezing the Image in 1% Steps ............. 55
Direction Size Magnification (inch)—Stretching and
Squeezing the Image into the Copy Area ............................................................................. 57
Shifting the Image ................................................................................................................... 60
Centering ............................................................................................................................... 60
Margin Adjustment—Adding Margins for Binding ................................................................. 61
Series Copies—Making Single Copies ................................................................................. 63
Book→1 Sided—From Book Originals to 2 One-sided Copies ............................................ 63
2 Sided→1 Sided—From Two-sided Originals to 2 One-sided Copies ................................ 65
Combine—Combining Two Originals .................................................................................... 67
Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets ........................................................................... 69
Front Cover—Copying a Front Cover ................................................................................... 69
Front & Back Covers—Copying or Adding Front and Back Covers ..................................... 71
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Color Creation .......................................................................................................................... 73
Color Conversion—Converting a Selected Color into a Different Color .............................. 73
Color Erase—Erasing the Selected Color ............................................................................ 75
Image Creation ......................................................................................................................... 77
Mirror—Making a Mirror Image ............................................................................................. 77
Positive/Negative—Copying in Complementary Colors ....................................................... 79
Finishing ................................................................................................................................... 80
Sort—Sorting into Sets (123,123,123) .................................................................................. 80
Stack—Stacking Together All Copies of a Page (111, 222, 333) ......................................... 82
Staple—Stapling Copies ....................................................................................................... 84
Adjustment and Color Memory
Color Balance—Adjusting and Storing the Color Balance ................................................ 88
Color Balance Adjustment ..................................................................................................... 88
Color Balance Program—Storing and Recalling the Color Balance .................................... 89
Image Adjustment ................................................................................................................... 91
Sharp/Soft, Contrast, Background Density and Pastel ......................................................... 93
U.C.R. Adjustment, A.C.S. Sensitivity Level and Auto Separation Sensitivity Level ........... 94
Combination Chart
Combination Chart .................................................................................................................. 96
What to do if Something Goes Wrong
If Your Machine Does not Operate as You Want ................................................................ 100
If You Cannot Make Copies as You Want ............................................................................ 101
BLoading Paper .................................................................................................................... 104
Non-recommended Paper for Paper Trays ......................................................................... 104
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray ........................................................................................ 105
DAdding Toner ...................................................................................................................... 106
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xClearing Misfeeds .............................................................................................................. 108
dAdding Staples .................................................................................................................. 111
eRemoving Jammed Staples ............................................................................................. 113
Changing the Machine’s Settings
Changing Paper Size ............................................................................................................. 116
User Tools .............................................................................................................................. 119
Accessing the User Tools .................................................................................................... 119
Exiting from User Tools ........................................................................................................ 120
User Tools Menu .................................................................................................................. 121
Settings You can Change with the User Tools (System Settings) ...................................... 124
Settings You can Change with the User Tools (Copy Features) ........................................ 128
Maintaining Your Machine
Where to Put Your Machine
Do’s and Don’ts
Remarks
Use and Storage of Supplies
Maintaining Your Machine .................................................................................................... 136
Exposure Glass (Platen Glass) ........................................................................................... 136
Platen Cover ........................................................................................................................ 136
Document Feeder ................................................................................................................ 136
Where to Put Your Machine .................................................................................................. 137
Machine Environment .......................................................................................................... 137
Power Connection ............................................................................................................... 138
Access to Machine .............................................................................................................. 139
Do’s and Don’ts ..................................................................................................................... 140
Remarks .................................................................................................................................. 141
Copier .................................................................................................................................. 141
Use and Storage of Supplies ............................................................................................... 142
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Copy Paper .......................................................................................................................... 142
Paper Storage ...................................................................................................................... 143
Toner Storage ...................................................................................................................... 143
Projector Unit Operation
Guide to Components ........................................................................................................... 146
Before Operating the Projector ........................................................................................... 149
Available Films and Setting ................................................................................................. 149
About Copying ..................................................................................................................... 150
Notes for Operation ............................................................................................................. 151
How to Copy from Film ......................................................................................................... 152
Positioning the Projector ..................................................................................................... 153
Preparing the Film ................................................................................................................. 154
Selecting the Base Film (If Needed) ................................................................................... 155
Setting Films in the Holder (If Needed) ............................................................................... 156
Cutting the Film Position Sheet (If Needed) ....................................................................... 157
Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading .................................................................. 158
Positive—35mm (Slide Holder/Mount Film Holder/Film Strip Holder) ................................ 159
Positive—Special Sizes ....................................................................................................... 161
Negative—35mm (Film Strip Holder) .................................................................................. 164
Negative—Special Sizes ..................................................................................................... 167
Adjusting Color, Density and Focus ................................................................................... 171
Color Tones in Film Scanning .............................................................................................. 171
Notes on Color Tone Adjustments ....................................................................................... 171
Density Adjustment .............................................................................................................. 171
Adjusting the Color Tone/Brightness Using Negative Film ................................................. 172
Selecting Modes .................................................................................................................... 175
Choosing Next Job ................................................................................................................ 176
Exiting Projector Mode ......................................................................................................... 177
What to do if Something Goes Wrong ................................................................................ 178
Daily Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 180
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Exterior ................................................................................................................................. 180
Lens ..................................................................................................................................... 180
Film Holder .......................................................................................................................... 180
Holder Slot ........................................................................................................................... 180
Mirror Unit ............................................................................................................................ 181
Specification
Mainframe ............................................................................................................................... 184
Document Feeder (Option) ................................................................................................... 188
20-bin Sorter Stapler (Option) .............................................................................................. 189
10-bin Sorter Stapler (Option) .............................................................................................. 190
3-bin Sorter (Option) ............................................................................................................. 191
1000-sheet Tray Unit (Option) .............................................................................................. 192
1500-sheet Tray Unit (Option) .............................................................................................. 192
Projector Unit (Option) ......................................................................................................... 193
Index
Index ........................................................................................................................................ 195
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Where it is & What it is
Where it is
& What it is
Machine Exterior
Machine Exterior
TRSH011E
1. Platen cover (option)
Lower this cover over originals placed on the exposure glass
(platen grass) for copying.
2. Behind cover
Flip up when you use the keys underneath.
3. Main power switch
To start the machine, turn on this switch.
Note
❏ If the machine does not operate after turning on the operation
switch, check if the main power switch is turned on. If it is off,
turn it on.
4. Copy tray
Copied paper is delivered here.
5. Stopper
When you copy onto thin paper, raise this to prevent curling.
6. Paper tray
Set paper here. ☛ See page 104.
7. Front cover
Open to access the inside of the machine.
8. Operation panel
☛ See page 6.
9. Operation switch
Press this switch to turn the power on (the On indicator lights
up). To turn the power off, press this switch again (the On indicator goes off).
10. Exposure glass (platen glass)
2
Position originals here face down for copying.
Where it is & What it is
Machine Exterior
3
1
2
TRSH030E
TRSH020E
1. Bypass tray
Use to copy onto OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, translucent paper, post cards, and non-standard size paper, ☛ See page
36.
2. Right covers
Open this cover to remove jammed paper.
3. Ventilation holes
Prevents overheating. Do not obstruct the ventilation hole by placing or leaning an object near it. If the machine overheats, a fault
might occur.
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Options
Options
This machine can be provided with the following options:
1. Platen cover
Lower this cover over originals placed on the exposure glass
(platen glass) for copying.
2. Document feeder (ADF)
Insert a stack of originals here. They will be fed automatically.
3. Original tray
4. Film projector unit
Use to copy films. ☛ See page 145.
Note
❐ The holder is required for installation.
5.1000-sheet tray unit
(two 500-sheet trays)
Consists of two paper trays.
6. 1500-sheet tray unit
(three 500-sheet trays)
Consists of three paper trays.
7. 20-bin sorter stapler
Sorts, stacks, and staples copies.
8. 3-bin sorter
Sorts and stacks copies.
9. 10-bin sorter stapler
Sorts, stacks, and staples copies.
Other options:
• Printer interface kit
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Where it is & What it is
Options
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Operation Panel
Operation Panel
1. User Tools key
Press to change the default settings and
conditions to meet your requirements.
2. Color Balance key
Press to adjust and store the color balance. ☛ See page 88.
3. Menu key
Displays the names of available functions.
4. Favorite keys
Press to use the stored functions you frequently use. As default, the following
functions are stored:
1: Combine 2 Originals
2: Series Copies
3: Margin Adjustment
4: Directional Size Magnification (inch)
5. Directional Mag.(%) key
Press to use Directional Magnification
(%) mode. ☛ See page 55.
6. Sorter key
Press to select Sort, Stack or Staple
mode. ☛ See page 80.
7. Panel Display
Shows operation status, error messages,
and function menus. ☛ See page 8.
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8. Selection keys
Press the key under the item you wish to
select.
9. Indicators
These indicators show errors or the status of the machine. ☛ See page 100.
10. Check Modes key
Press to check all the settings you have
set.
11. Program key
Press to select the program mode. ☛ See
page 47.
12. Clear Modes key
Press to clear the previously entered settings.
13. Energy Saver key
Press to enter/exit Energy Saver mode.
☛ See page 44.
14. Interrupt key
Press to make interrupt copies. ☛ See
page 45.
15. Counter key
Press to check the total number of copies made. ☛ See page 50.
16. Main Power indicator
This indicator lights up when the main
power switch is turned on, and goes off
when the switch is turned off.
Where it is & What it is
Operation Panel
17. On indicator
This indicator lights up when the operation switch is turned on, and goes off
when the switch is turned off.
18. Operation switch
Press this switch to turn the power on (the
On indicator lights up). To turn the power
off, press this switch again (the On indicator goes off).
19. Clear/Stop key
Press to cancel the copy number entered.
While copying, press to stop copying.
This key is also used to clear data.
20. Start key
Press to start copying. Use to set the Auto
Start.
21. # key
Use to enter data in selected modes.
22. Number keys
Use to enter the desired number of copies. They are also used to enter data.
23.
keys (Color Mode keys)
Press to select the color mode. ☛ See
page 27.
24. Original key
Press to select original type you use. ☛
See page 31.
25.
keys (Cursor keys)
Press to select an item on the panel display.
26. Auto Image Density key
Press to make copies in Auto Image Density mode. ☛ See page 25.
27. Darker key
Press to increase the image density. ☛
See page 25.
28. Lighter key
Press to lower the image density. ☛ See
page 25.
29. Projector key
Press to make copies with the projector
unit. ☛ See page 145.
30. Auto Reduce/Enlarge key
Enlarges or reduces the image automatically according to the specified paper
size. ☛ See page 43.
31. Zoom key
Enlarges or reduces in 1 % steps. ☛ See
page 53.
32. Image Adjustment key
Press to change the default settings for
image adjustment. ☛ See page 91.
33. Bypass Feed key
Press to select the paper type when copying with the bypass tray. ☛ See page 36.
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Panel Display
Panel Display
The panel display shows the status of the machine, error messages, and function
menus.
Important
❐ Do not apply a strong shock or force of about 30N (about 3kgf) or more to the panel
display or you could damage it.
Note
❐ Currently selected items are shown highlighted on the panel display (e.g. Auto ).
❐ Keys that are not available are shown grayed out (e.g. OK ).
Layout and Keys
Initial display
4
1
5
2
3
6
1. The machine status and messages appear here.
2. Items which can be selected or specified.
3. These four keys correspond to the keys that are in the bottom line of the display
(e.g. [Ratio], [100%], and [Paper] in the above display). Press the relevant key to
select a key in the display.
4. Number of copies set.
5. Settings for this function.
6. Press these keys to select an item on the display.
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❐
To move the selection to the left, press the
❐
To move the selection to the right, press the
key.
key.
Panel Display
Where it is & What it is
Function menu display
2
1
3
1. ✔ mark appears before the names of functions that are currently selected.
2. The machine status and messages appear here.
3. Items which can be selected or specified.
Common keys
[OK]
Confirm the selected function or value and return to the previous display.
[Cancel]
Cancel the selected function or value and return to the previous display.
[ Prev.]
[ Next]
When there are too many items to fit on the display, use these keys to move
between pages.
Press to highlight the selection desire.
Confirm the selected function or value and return to the initial display.
[Exit]
Confirm the selected function.
[Select]
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Panel Display
Example Displays
The basic elements used on the display are shown below. Understanding their meaning help you exploit this machine’s features quickly and easily.
Sample display for Color Erase
1
2
3
1. The machine status and messages appear here.
2. Available settings.
3. Screened key means to press it.
k Press the [OK] key.
1
2
3
1. Selected item.
2. Cancel the settings and returns to the previous display.
3. Confirm the settings and returns to the previous display.
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Starting the Machine
Starting the Machine
To start the machine, press the operation switch to turn the power on.
Note
❐ This machine automatically enters Energy Saver mode or turns itself off if you do
not use the machine for a while. About Energy Saver mode, ☛ see page 44. About
Auto Off Timer, ☛ see page 125.
Power Switches
This machine has the operation switch and main power switch.
❐ Operation switch (right side of the operation panel)
Press this switch to activate the machine. When the machine has warmed up, you
can make copies.
❐ Main power switch (left side of the machine)
When the machine is not to be used for an extended period of time, turn off the
main power switch.
Starting the Machine
sure that the power cord is
1 Make
plugged into the wall outlet firmly.
2 Turn on the main power switch.
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Starting the Machine
Turning on the Power
the operation switch to make
1 Press
the On indicator light up.
Note
❐ If the power is not turned on when the
operation switch is pressed, check if
the main power switch is on. If off, turn
it on.
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❐ During the warm-up period (about 7
minutes), you can use the Auto Start
function. ☛ See page 46.
When the machine is set for user codes
your user code using the Num1 Enter
ber keys. Then press the # key.
Note
❐ To prevent others from making copies with your user code, press the Clear Modes
key and the Clear /Stop key simultaneously after copying.
Reference
❐ For setting user codes, ☛ see page 131.
When the Energy Saver indicator is lit
The machine is in Energy Saver mode.
1 Press any key.
The machine will return to the ready condition.
Note
❐ The machine will also return to the ready condition when an original is set in the
document feeder, or when the platen cover or the document feeder is opened.
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Originals
Originals
Standard Size Originals
The machine will detect original of the following sizes and directions as standard size
originals:
❐ When you set originals on the exposure glass (platen glass)
Metric version
A3l, B4l, A4lp, B5lp, 81/2" x 13"l
Inch version
11" x 17"l, 10" x 14"l, 81/2" x 14"l, 81/2" x 13"l, 81/2" x 11"lp
❐ When you set originals in the document feeder
Metric version
A3l, B4l, A4lp, B5lp, A5lp, B6lp, 267 x 390mml,
195 x 267mmlp, 11" x 17"l, 81/2" x 13"l, 81/2" x 11"lp
Inch version
A4lp,11" x 17"l, 11" x 15"l, 10" x 14"l, 81/2" x 14"l,
8" x 13"l, 81/2" x 11"lp, 8" x 10"l, 51/2" x 81/2"lp
Recommended Originals
❐ Regarding originals that the document feeder can handle, ☛ see page 188.
Non-recommended Originals for the Document Feeder
Note
❐ The following types of originals are not recommended for use with the document
feeder. Place them directly on the exposure glass (platen glass).
❐ Originals thicker than 128g/m2, 34 lb
❐ OHP transparencies
❐ Originals thinner than 40g/m , 11 lb
❐ Translucent paper
❐ For originals between 40 and 52g/m2,
11 and 14 lb, the document feeder
must be set to Thin Paper mode with
the user tools. ☛ See page 133.
❐ Pasted originals
❐ Originals larger than A3, 11" x 17"
❐ Wavy originals
❐ Originals smaller than B6pl, 51/2" x
81/2"lp
❐ Originals that are not made from paper
❐ Folded, curled, creased, or damaged
originals
❐ Originals written in pencil on both
sides, or two-sided carbon originals
❐ Mailing labels, or perforated originals
❐ Thermal fax paper, CRO (camera
ready originals) or aluminum foil
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❐ Bound, stapled, or clipped originals
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❐ Damp originals
❐ Sticky originals
❐ Books, pamphlets, and booklets
Setting Originals on the Exposure Glass (Platen Glass)
Setting Originals on the Exposure Glass (Platen Glass)
the platen cover or the document
1 Lift
feeder.
the original face down on the ex2 Set
posure glass (platen glass). The origi-
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nal must be aligned with the rear left
corner.
2
the platen cover or the docu3 Lower
ment feeder.
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2. Scale
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Setting a Stack of Originals in the Document Feeder
Setting a Stack of Originals in the Document Feeder
You can insert a stack of originals into the document feeder. These originals are individually fed onto and removed from the exposure glass (platen glass).
Note
❐ Some originals are unsuitable for the document feeder. ☛ See page 14.
❐ Do not press down or hold originals after inserting them.
❐ While originals are fed from the original table to the exposure glass (platen glass),
do not pull them out.
❐ Do not lift the document feeder until the original has been completely fed out.
any curl, fold, or crease in the
1 Correct
originals before setting the originals.
sure the Insert Original indica2 Make
tor is lit and the exposure glass (platen
glass) is clear of originals.
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1
2
Set the originals face up into the docu4 ment
feeder until the Insert Original
indicator goes off.
Note
❐ The last page should be on the bottom.
❐ The original guide must touch the front
side of the originals.
❐ Do not stack originals above the limit
mark.
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1: Limit mark
2: Original guide
Setting one Original at a Time in the Document Feeder
Setting one Original at a Time in the Document Feeder
If you set one original at a time in the document feeder, the second and subsequent
originals can be fed and copied automatically without pressing the Start key.
Note
❐ Do not press down or hold originals after inserting them.
❐ While originals are fed from the original table to the exposure glass (platen glass),
do not pull them out.
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❐ Do not lift the document feeder until the original has been completely fed out.
any curl, fold, or crease in the
1 Correct
originals before setting.
sure the Insert Original indica2 Make
tor is lit and the exposure glass (platen
glass) is clear of originals.
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the original face up into the docu4 Set
ment feeder until the Insert Original
indicator goes off.
Note
❐ If you are copying a stack of originals
one sheet at a time and you want to
keep them in order, start with the last
page of the originals.
❐ The original guide must touch the front
side of the original.
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Setting one Original at a Time in the Document Feeder
5 Press the
Start key.
the Auto Feed indicator is lit af6 While
ter an original is fed, set the next original. The original is automatically fed
and copied.
Note
❐ You can adjust the time the machine
waits before being ready for the next
original with the user tools. ☛ See
page 133.
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Setting Originals of Different Sizes in the Document Feeder
Setting Originals of Different Sizes in the Document
Feeder
You can insert a stack of originals of different standard sizes (e.g. A4, B5 etc.) into the
document feeder. These originals are individually fed onto and removed from the exposure glass (platen glass).
❐ To use this function, you have to select ADF Mixed Sizes mode with the user tools.
See page 133.
Limitation
❐ The weight of originals that can be set with this function is 52 - 81g/m2, 14 - 20 lb.
❐ Smaller size originals might be skewed a little.
Note
❐ If your stack of originals contains pages of different sizes, make sure that:
• Longer originals are at the bottom of the stack, and shorter originals are at the top.
• All originals are flush with the back fence of the document feeder.
the rear and left edges of the
1 Align
originals as shown in the illustration.
1: Set into the document feeder
2: Vertical size
the guide to the widest original
2 Adjust
size.
the aligned originals face up into
3 Set
the document feeder.
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Preparation
Setting Non-standard Sized Originals
Setting Non-standard Sized Originals
When copying from non-standard sized originals, enter the original size so that copy is
well aligned.
Limitation
❐ You must set your non-standard size originals on the exposure glass (platen glass).
Reference
❐ For the standard sizes the machine can detect, ☛ see page 14.
Note
❐ The dimensions you can enter must be within the following ranges:
Vertical size
50 - 297mm (in 1mm steps), 2.0" - 11.7" (in 0.1" steps)
Horizontal size
50 - 432mm (in 1mm steps), 2.0" - 17" (in 0.1" steps)
1 Select the copy paper size.
2 Press the
Menu key.
sure that the [Custom Size
3 Make
Orig.] is selected, then press the [Select] key.
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Setting Non-standard Sized Originals
the vertical original size with the
4 Enter
Number keys, then press the
or
# key.
Note
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❐ To change the value entered, press
the Clear/Stop key and enter the
new value.
the horizontal original size with
5 Enter
the Number keys, then press the
[OK] key.
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your original on the exposure
6 Set
glass (platen glass), then press the
Start key.
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Removing the Platen Cover to Copy a Large Original
Removing the Platen Cover to Copy a Large Original
You can remove the platen cover to copy a large (more than A3, 11" × 17") original.
Note
❐ You cannnot remove the document feeder.
To remove the platen cover, lift it out.
Note
❐ Lift the platen cover with both hands.
Place the removed cover on a flat surface such as a desk and where it will
not be damaged.
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of the platen cover and the holes of the
copier. Then push the platen cover into
the copier.
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Copying
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How to Make Copies
your original on the exposure
1 Set
glass (platen glass) or in the document
feeder. ☛ See page 15, 16, or 17.
that the [Auto Text / Photo],
2 Confirm
[Auto Color Select], [Auto] (Auto
Paper Select), and [100%] are selected. If not, select these settings.
Note
❐ Auto Text / Photo ☛ see page 31.
❐ Auto Color Select ☛ see page 27.
❐ Auto Paper Select ☛ see page 35.
the number of copies required
3 Enter
using the Number keys.
Note
❐ To change the number entered, press
the Clear/Stop key, then enter the
new number.
4 Press the
Start key.
Note
❐ To stop the machine during a multicopy run, press the Clear/Stop key.
❐ To return the machine to the initial
condition after copying, press the
Clear Modes key.
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Adjusting Copy Image Density
Image density affects the contrast of copies. With these functions you can control the
image density so that copies match originals. Make the selection you require then set
your originals and press the Start key.
Auto image density
The machine automatically controls the
image density.
Note
❐ Auto Image Density and Auto Color
Selection cannot be set together.
Auto Color Selection mode is se1 Iflected,
select other color modes to
cancel it. ☛ See page 27.
Copying
the Auto Image Density key
2 toPress
light the Auto Image Density indicator.
Manual image density
If you require darker or lighter copies,
adjust the image density yourself.
Auto Image Density indicator
1 Ifis the
lit, press the Auto Image Density
key to cancel it.
the Lighter (left) key to lower
2 Press
t h e i m a g e d e n s i t y. P r e s s t h e
Darkers (right) key to increase the
image density.
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Combined auto and manual image density
Use when copying originals with a dirty background (such as newspapers). You can
adjust the foreground density while masking out the dark background.
Auto Color Selection mode is se1 Iflected,
select other color modes to
cancel it. ☛ See page 27.
the Auto Image Density key
2 Press
to light the Auto Image Density indicator.
the Lighter or
3 toPress
adjust the density.
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Darker key
Basic Operation
Selecting a Color Mode
Select a color mode that best suits your originals and copying requirements.
Auto color selection mode
The machine automatically detects whether the original has color parts or not. Originals containing only black images will be copied in Black mode. Originals with some
color areas will be copied in Full Color mode.
Note
❐ If you make one copy set of a black original using the document feeder, it is recommended to select Black mode. If you choose Auto Color Selection mode, the machine will reset the color selection for every original page, taking a long time to
complete the job.
sure that the Auto Color Se1 Make
lection indicator is lit.
Note
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keys to light the
❐ If not, press the
Auto Color Selection indicator.
your originals, then press the
2 Set
Start key.
Full color copy mode
This function makes copies in full color.
Note
❐ You can adjust the overall color tone of copies. ☛ See page 88.
Press the
keys to light the Full
1 Color
indicator.
your originals, then press the
2 Set
Start key.
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Black copy mode
This function makes copies in black.
the
1 Press
indicator.
keys to light the Black
your originals, then press the
2 Set
Start key.
Single color mode
This function makes copies in single colors.
Note
❐ You can choose one of the following colors:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow Green, Orange, Marine Blue,
Beige, Pink, and Purple
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 4 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Press the
keys to light the Single
1 Color
indicator.
Select the color with the
2 Then
press the [OK] key.
keys.
Note
❐ You can select the color density level
after pressing the [Density] key.
your originals, then press the
3 Set
Start key.
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Twin color mode
This function makes copies with black parts in the selected color and other parts in the
other selected color.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 6 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ You can have colored areas copied in one of the following colors:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow Green, Orange, Marine Blue,
Beige, Pink, and Purple
❐ You can have Black areas copied in one of the following colors:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow Green, Orange, Marine Blue,
Beige, Pink, Purple, and Black
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the
keys to light the Twin
1 Press
Color indicator.
2 Press the [Colors] key.
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the color you want to copy in
3 Select
for the color parts of the original with
the
key.
keys. Then press the [OK]
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the color you want to copy in
5 Select
for the black parts of the original with
the
key.
keys. Then press the [OK]
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your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
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Selecting the Original Image Type (Photo/Text)
To optimize the likeness between copies and originals, select an image type that matches
your originals.
Note
❐ You can adjust the readability of black lettering in colored areas, ☛ see page 91.
Auto Text/Photo mode
This mode automatically detects the areas of your original containing text or photographs. The text areas are copied using Text mode, and the photographs are copied
with Photo mode.
Note
❐ There are 3 types of Photo mode:
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[Press Print]: Use when copying photographs or pictures that are printed on paper
(e.g. magazines).
[Glossy Photo]: Use when copying developed photographs.
[2nd Generation]: Use when copying copies or originals printed from printers.
sure that the [Auto Text/Photo]
1 Make
appears on the display.
If you want to select photo type for
2 the
photo parts, press the Original
key.
3 Press the [Photo Typ] key.
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your desired photo type with
4 Select
keys. Then press the [OK]
the
key.
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5 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
Text mode
This mode is suitable for copying originals consisting of characters, line diagrams, and
letter, but not photograph images.
1 Press the
Original key.
[Text] with the
2 Select
press the [OK] key.
keys. Then
your originals, then press the
3 Set
Start key.
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Photo mode
This mode is suitable for copying originals consisting of pictures, photographs, and
screened letters/areas, but not solid letters.
Note
❐ There are 3 types of Photo mode:
[Press Print]: Use when copying photographs or pictures that are printed on paper
(e.g. magazines).
[Glossy Photo]: Use when copying developed photographs.
[2nd Generation]: Use when copying copies or originals printed from printers.
Original key.
2 Select [Photo] with the
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1 Press the
keys.
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3 Press the [Photo Typ] key.
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your desired photo type with
4 Select
the
keys. Then press the [OK]
key.
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your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
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Special Original mode
Use this function for originals written in marker pen, originals printed from inkjet printers, or maps.
1 Press the
Original Key.
[Special Orig.] with the
2 Select
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
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Select your desired original type with
the
keys. Then press the [OK]
key.
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your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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Selecting the Copy Paper Size
Select a suitable size of copy paper based on the original size and the reproduction
ratio.
Auto paper select
The machine automatically selects a suitable size of copy paper based on the original
size and the reproduction ratio.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
Note
❐ Depending on the original type and size you use, the machine cannot detect original size. In this case, select paper size manually.
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sure that the [Auto] is selected
1 Make
on the display.
Manual paper select
You can select the copy paper manually.
the copy paper with the
1 Select
keys.
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Copying from the Bypass Tray
Use the bypass tray to copy onto thick paper, adhesive labels, OHP transparencies, or
non-standard size paper. Also use the bypass tray to copy onto the reverse side of
paper that has already been copied onto.
Note
❐ The following limitations apply:
Acceptable
paper types
Normal paper (52 – 105g/m2, 14 – 28 lb)
Thick paper (105 – 160g/m2, 28 – 43 lb)
Post cards
OHP transparencies
Adhesive labels
Translucent paper
Standard size
Metric version:
l: A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, B6, A6, 12" x 18", 11" x 17"
p: A4, B5, A5, 81/2" x 11"
Inch version:
l: 12" x 18", 11" x 17", 81/2" x 11", 51/2" x 81/2"
p: 81/2" x 11", 51/2" x 81/2"
Non-standard size
1
2
3
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Number of
sheets that
can be set at
one time
1: Horizontal
2: Vertical
3: Feed
direction
Metric version:
Vertical: 100 – 305mm (in 1mm steps)
Horizontal: 140 – 457mm (in 1mm steps)
Inch version:
Vertical: 3.9" – 12.0" (in 0.1" steps)
Horizontal: 5.5" – 18.0" (in 0.1" steps)
Normal paper:
Thick paper, OHP transparencies:
Adhesive labels:
Translucent paper:
Post cards:
50 sheets
30 sheets (smaller than 8" x 13")
15 sheets (8" x 13" or larger)
30 sheets
50 sheets
25 sheets
❐ Select one of following settings or key:
[Normal]: normal paper
[Thick]: thick paper, post cards, adhesive labels, translucent paper
[OHP]: OHP transparencies
[Duplex]: Use for copying onto the reverse side of paper that has been already
copied onto. ☛ See page 41.
[Duplex Thick]: Use for copying onto the reverse side of thick paper (105-160g/m2,
28-43 lb) that has been copied onto. ☛ See page 41.
[Custom]: Use to specify a non-standard sized. ☛ See page 39.
❐ If the copy paper is bend, correct it before setting paper in the bypass tray. If the
bent is not corrected, a paper misfeed might occur.
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❐ When you copy onto OHP transparencies, you can select whether a blank slip sheet
is inserted between OHP transparencies
❐ When you set several sheets at a time, fan them to get air between them before
loading.
❐ If the copy paper is curled, gently roll it to remove the curl.
❐ When you copy onto OHP transparencies, insert them with the copy side up.
❐ Do not stack copy paper above the limit mark.
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❐ When setting non-standard size paper, be sure to set the size after pressing the
[Custom] key.
Copying onto standard size paper with the bypass tray
Note
❐ When you copy onto the reverse side of paper that has been already copied onto,
☛ See page 41.
1 Open the bypass tray.
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2 Select
with the
keys.
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the [l/p] key to select paper
3 Press
direction.
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you select [OHP] in step 2,
4 When
press the [OK] key then select
whether blank slip sheets are inserted
between OHP transparencies with the
keys.
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❐ When you select [On], make sure that
the paper for slip sheets is identical in
size and direction to the OHP transparencies set in the paper tray.
5 Press the [OK] key.
the paper guides to the paper
6 Adjust
size.
1
Note
❐ Make sure that the paper guides match
the paper size. If the paper guides are
not adjusted to the paper size properly, paper might be skewed or paper
misfeed might occur.
❐ With large copy paper (more than
A4l, 81/2" x 11"l), swing out the extender.
the side you wish to copy onto
7 With
face up, insert the paper into the bypass tray until it stops.
your originals, then pres the
8 Set
Start key.
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2
3
4
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1:
2:
3:
4:
Horizontal size
Vertical size
Extender
Paper guides
Basic Operation
Copying onto non-standard size paper with the bypass tray
Preparation
❐ You can register non-standard paper sizes you use often in keys [Custom 1], [Custom 2], and [Custom 3] with the user tools. ☛ See page 126.
Note
❐ Be sure to set the size. Otherwise, a paper misfeed might occur.
1 Open the bypass tray.
one of desired paper types or
2 Select
settings with the
keys.
3 Press the [Custom] key.
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[Custom1], [Custom2], [Cus4 Select
tom 3] or [Imput Size] with the
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ If you select [Custom1], [Custom2]
or [Custom3] go to step 8.
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If you select [Imput Size] in step 4,
5 enter
the vertical paper size with the
Number keys, then press the
# key.
or
Note
❐ To change the value entered, press
the Clear/Stop key and enter the
new value.
Enter the horizontal paper size with
6 the
Number keys, then press the
[OK] key.
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7 Press the [OK] key.
the paper guides to the paper
8 Adjust
size.
1
Note
❐ Make sure that the paper guides
match the paper size. If the paper
guides are not adjusted to the paper
size properly, paper might be skewed
or paper misfeed might occur.
the side you wish to copy onto
9 With
face up, insert the paper into the bypass tray.
2
3
4
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1:
2:
3:
4:
Horizontal size
Vertical size
Extender
Paper guides
your originals, then press the
0 Set
Start key.
Making A3, 11" × 17" full bleed copies
If you adjust the paper guides of the bypass tray to 12" size, A3, 11" × 17" full bleed
copying mode is automatically selected. In this mode, you can make A3, 11" × 17" full
bleed copies with 12" × 18" paper. This is useful to make A3, 11" × 17" size copies with
colored background (e.g. catalogues).
Note
❐ This function can be used only with 12" × 18" paper.
❐ When A3, 11" × 17" full bleed copying mode is selected, the paper direction is automatically changed to widthwise l.
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Copying onto the reverse side of paper that has been already
copied onto
Note
❐ If you want to copy onto thick paper (105-160g/m2, 28-43 lb), select [Duplex Thick].
❐ Make sure that you set your original and the copy paper in the correct direction to
achieve the results you require.
Copies
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Original setting on Copy paper setting
the exposure glass on the bypass tray
❐ You cannot use this function for OHP transparencies, translucent paper, adhesive
labels and postcards.
❐ Do not use copy paper that has been already copied on with other machines.
❐ If the copy paper is bend, correct it before setting paper in the bypass tray. If the
bent is not corrected, a paper misfeed might occur.
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1 Open the bypass tray.
Select [Duplex], or [Duplex Thick]
2 with
the
keys.
Note
❐ When you copy onto non-standard
size paper, press the [Custom] key
and select or enter the size. For details, ☛ see page 39.
3 Press the [OK] key.
the paper guides to the paper
4 Adjust
size.
Note
❐ Make sure that the paper guides
match to the paper size. If the paper
guides are not adjusted to the paper
size properly, paper might be skewed
or paper misfeed might occur.
5 Insert the paper into the bypass tray.
Note
❐ Make sure that front side (the side that
has been copied onto) faces down.
your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
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Auto Reduce/Enlarge—Having the Machine Choose the Reproduction Ratios
The machine can select the proper reproduction ratio based on the selected paper
size and the original size.
RRR
RRR
1
Note
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page
96.
Example:
Metric version:
Inch version:
the
1 Press
key.
original: A3L, copy paper: A4L
original: 11" × 17"L, copy paper: 81/2" × 11"L
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
2 Set your originals.
your copy paper size (e.g.
3 Choose
A4l, 81/2" × 11"l ).
the Start key. The original im4 Press
age is enlarged or reduced to fit the
selected copy paper.
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Basic Operation
Energy Saver Mode—Saving Energy
If you do not operate the machine for a certain period after copying, or when you press
and hold the Energy Saver key for more than one second, the display disappears
and the machine enters Energy Saver mode. When you press the Energy Saver key
again, when the originals are set in the document feeder, or when the platen cover or
document feeder is opened, the machine returns to the ready condition. In Energy
Saver mode, the machine uses less electricity.
Hold down the Energy Saver key
1 more
than one seconds to enter Energy Saver mode.
Note
❐ To cancel this mode, press the Energy Saver key again.
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Basic Operation
Interrupt Copying—Temporarily Stopping one Job to Copy
Something Else
Use the Interrupt key to interrupt a multicopy run and make urgently needed copies.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page
96.
the Interrupt key. The ma1 Press
chine will stop the copy run and store
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the present settings in the memory.
The machine will return to the ready
condition.
the previous originals. Set
2 Remove
your originals for interrupt copying on
the exposure glass (platen glass) or
in the document feeder.
3 Make your copies.
interrupt copying is completed,
4 After
press the Interrupt key again. The
machine will recall the previous copy
settings.
the previous originals and press
5 Reset
the Start key to resume the previous run.
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Basic Operation
Auto Start—Entering Copy Job Settings During the Warm-up
Period
If you press the Start key during the warm-up period, the Start key will blink and the
machine will start copying after the warm-up period.
your copy settings during the
1 Set
warm-up period.
2 Press the
Start key.
Note
❐ To cancel Auto Start, press the Clear/
Stop key.
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Basic Operation
Program—Storing and Recalling Your Copy Settings in
Memory
You can store up to five frequently used copy job settings in machine memory and
recall them for future use.
Storing your settings
the copy settings you want to put
1 Set
into memory.
Program key.
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2 Press the
3 Press the [Store] key.
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the program number you want
4 Select
to store the settings in with the
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ If this program number is already
used, the machine asks whether you
wish to overwrite it or not. Press the
[Yes] or [No] key.
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Basic Operation
Recalling your settings
1 Press the
Program key.
the program number you want
2 Select
to recall with the
keys.
Note
❐ Only programs with m contain a program.
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the [OK] key.
3 Press
The stored settings are displayed.
your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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Basic Operation
Deleting a program
1 Press the Program key.
2 Press the [Delete] key.
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with the
[OK] key.
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the program number that con3 Select
tains the program you wish to delete
keys. Then press the
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4 Press the [Yes] key.
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5 Press the [Exit] key.
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Basic Operations
Check Modes—Checking the Selected Copy Jobs
By pressing the Check Modes key, you
can see at a glance the modes you have
selected.
Note
❐ You can check the following modes:
• Book → 1 Sided
• 2 Sided → 1 Sided
• Combine
• Margin Adjustment
• Centering
• Cover
• Color Conversion
• Color Erase
• Mirror
• Positive/Negative
• Bypass Feed Copying
Counter—Checking the Total Number of Copies Made
By pressing the Counter key, you can
check the total number of copies made.
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Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Preset R/E—Reducing and Enlarging Using Preset Ratios
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Reference
Note
❐ You can add up to two preset ratios with the user tools. ☛See page 129.
❐ You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper. With some
ratios, parts of the image might not be copied or margins will appear on copies.
❐ To return to 100%, press the [100%] key.
Reducing
1 Press the [Ratio] key.
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the [Reduce] or
2 Press
lect the reducing ratio.
key to se-
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3 Press the [OK] key.
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your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Enlarging
1 Press the [Ratio] key.
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lect the enlarging ratio.
key to se-
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3 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Zoom—Reducing and Enlarging in 1% Step
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You can change the reproduction ratio from 25% to 400% in 1% steps.
Note
❐ To return to 100%, press the [100%] key.
❐ You can select a preset ratio which is near the desired ratio, then press the Zoom
key and adjust the ratio with the [+] or [-] key.
❐ There are two ways to set the ratios.
Using the [-] and [+] keys
1 Press the
Zoom key.
the reproduction ratio with the
2 Adjust
[-] or [+] key.
3 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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❐ You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper . With some
ratios, parts of the image might not be copied or blank margins will appear on copies.
Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Using the Number keys
1 Press the
Zoom key.
the reproduction ratio with the
2 Enter
Number keys.
3 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
4 Set
Start key.
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Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Directional Magnification (%)—Stretching and Squeezing the
Image in 1% Steps
1
2
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1: Horizontal %
2: Vertical %
Copies can be reduced or enlarged at different reproduction ratios horizontally and
vertically.
❐ You can select the ratio from 25% to 400%.
❐ You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper. With some
ratio, parts of the image might not be copied or blank margins will appear on copies.
1 Press the
Directional Mag.(%) key.
the vertical ratio with the
2 Enter
ber keys or the [+] [-] keys.
Num-
Note
❐ To change the ratio entered, press the
Clear/Stop key and enter the new
ratio.
3 Press the
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or # key.
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Note
Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
the horizontal ratio with the
4 Enter
Number keys or the [+] [-] keys.
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5 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
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Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
Directional Size Magnification (inch)—Stretching and Squeezing the Image into the Copy Area
1
3
2
4
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1:
2:
3:
4:
Horizontal original size
Vertical original size
Horizontal copy size
Vertical copy size
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The suitable reproduction ratios will be automatically selected when you enter the
horizontal and vertical lengths of the original and copy image you want.
Note
❐ You can enter sizes within the following ranges:
Metric Version
1 - 999mm (in 1mm steps)
Inch Version
0.1" - 99.9" (in 0.1" steps)
❐ If the calculated ratio is over the maximum or under the minimum ratio, it is corrected within the range of the ratio automatically. However, with some ratios, parts
of the image might not be copied or blank margins will appear on copies.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Directonal Size Magnification (inch) function to one of the
Favorite keys, press it and go to
step 4. To assign a function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page 134.
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the [↓Next] key until [D. Size
2 Press
Mag. (inch)] is displayed.
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[D. Size Mag. (inch)] with the
3 Selectkeys,
then press the [Select]
key.
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the vertical original size with the
4 Enter
Number keys, then press the
or
# key.
Note
❐ To change the value entered:
• If you have not pressed the
or
# key yet, press the Clear/Stop
key and enter the new value.
• If you have already pressed the
or # key, select [Orig.:Vert.] with
key and enter the new
the
value.
the vertical copy paper size with
5 Enter
the Number keys, then press the
or # key.
Note
❐ If you press the [OK] key after entering the vertical original and paper
sizes, the horizontal ratio will become
same as the vertical ratio automatically.
the horizontal original size with
6 Enter
the Number keys, then press the
or # key.
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Reduce/Enlarge—Reducing and Enlarging
the horizontal copy paper size
7 Enter
with the Number keys, then press
the # key.
8 Press the [OK] key.
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your originals, then press the
9 Set
Start key.
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Shifting the Image
Shifting the Image
Centering
R
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GCIDOH1E
You can move the image to the center. This function is convenient when the copy
paper is larger than the original.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Centering function to one
of the Favorite keys, press it and go
to step 4. To assign a function to the
Favorite keys, ☛ see page 134.
[Centering] with the
2 Select
Then press the [Select] key.
keys.
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3 Press the [Exit] key.
4 Select the copy paper size.
your originals, then press the
5 Set
Start key.
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Shifting the Image
Margin Adjustment—Adding Margins for Binding
A
A
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You can make a margin by shifting the image to the left or right. This function is convenient when you want to bind copies.
Metric Version
0 - 20mm (in 1mm steps)
Inch Version
0" - 0.8" (in 0.1" steps)
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Note
❐ You can change the width of the binding margin as follows.
❐ The margin width default is as follows. You can change this default setting with the
user tools. ☛ See page 129.
Metric Version
10mm Left
Inch Version
0.4" Left
❐ If you set too wide margin, areas you do not want to delete might be erased.
Reference
❐ Regarding function that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
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Shifting the Image
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Margin Adjustment function to one of the Favorite keys,
press it and go to step 3. To assign a
function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see
page 134.
[Magin Adjustment] with the
2 Selectkeys.
Then press the [Select]
key.
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[Left] (left margin) or [Right]
3 Select
(right margin) with the
keys.
Then enter the desired margin width
with the Number keys.
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Note
❐ To change the value entered, press
the Clear/Stop key and enter the
new value.
4 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
5 Set
Start key.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
Series Copies—Making Single Copies
Book→1 Sided—From Book Originals to 2 One-sided Copies
1
2
1
2
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This function makes one-sided copies from two facing pages of bound (book) originals.
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Series Copies function
to one of the Favorite keys, press it
and go to step 4. To assign a function
to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page
134.
the [↓Next] key until [Series]
2 Press
is displayed.
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sure that [Series] is selected,
3 Make
then press the [Select] key.
Note
❐ If your machine do not have the document feeder, go to step 5.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
sure that [Book 1 Sided] is
4 Make
selected, then press the [OK] key.
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5 Select the copy paper size.
your originals, then press the
6 Set
Start key.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
2 Sided →1 Sided—From Two-sided Originals to 2 One-sided
Copies
The optional document feeder is required to use this function.
1
1
2
2
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Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛see page 96.
Menu key.
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1 Press the
Note
❐ If you assign Series Copies function
to one of the Favorite keys, press it
and go to step 4. To assign a function
to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page
134.
the [↓Next] key until [Series]
2 Press
is displayed.
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sure that [Series] is selected,
3 Make
then press the [Select] key.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
[2 Sided 1 Sided] with the
4 Selectkeys,
then press the [OK] key.
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5 Select the copy paper size.
your originals in the document
6 Set
feeder, then press the Start key.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
Combine—Combining Two Originals
The optional document feeder is required to use this function.
1
2
1
2
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This function automatically combines 2 one-sided originals onto one copy.
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Note
❐ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❐ The machine cannot copy originals different in size and direction.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Combine 2 Originals
function to one of the Favorite keys,
press it and go to step 3. To assign a
function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see
page 134.
[Combine 2 Orig.] with the
2 Selectkeys,
then press the [Select]
key.
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Series Copies—Making Single Copies
3 Select the copy paper size.
your originals in the document
4 Set
feeder, then press the Start key.
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Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets
Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets
Front Cover—Copying a Front Cover
The optional document feeder is required to use this function.
A
B
A
C
B
C
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Note
❐ The cover sheets should be identical in size and direction with the copy paper.
❐ The cover sheets should be fed from the bypass tray.
❐ The covers are copied in Thick Paper mode.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page 96.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Cover Sheet function to
one of the Favorite keys, press it and
go to step 4. To assign a function to
the Favorite keys, ☛ see page 134.
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Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets
the [ Next] key until [Cover
2 Press
Sheet] is displayed.
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[Cover Sheet] with the
3 Select
keys, then press the [Select] key.
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sure that [Front Cover] is se4 Make
lected, then press the [OK] key .
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orientation of the copy paper
5 Select
and cover sheets with the
keys,
then press the [OK] key.
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6 Set cover sheets into the bypass tray.
your originals in the document
7 Set
feeder.
8 Press the
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Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets
Front & Back Covers—Copying or Adding Front and Back
Covers
The optional document feeder is required to use this function.
<Back Cover: Copy>
A
B
C
A
<Back Cover: Blank>
B
C
Note
❐ You can specify whether to make a copy on a back cover sheet. If you select [Copy],
the last page will be copied on the back cover sheet. If you select [Blank], a cover
sheet will just be inserted after the last copy.
❐ The cover sheets should be identical in size and direction with the copy paper.
❐ The cover sheets should be fed from the bypass tray.
❐ The covers are copied in Thick Paper mode.
❐ If Blank Cover mode is selected, the back cover will not be counted as a copy.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛see page 96.
1 Press the Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Cover Sheet function to
one of the Favorite keys, press it
and go to step 4. To assign a function
to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page
134.
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Cover Sheet—Adding or Inserting Sheets
Press the [ Next] key until [Cover
2 Sheet]
is displayed.
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[Cover Sheet] with the
3 Select
keys, then press the [Select] key.
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4
Select [Front & Back Cover] with the
keys, then press the [OK] key.
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5
Specify whether to copy on back cover
sheets with the
keys, then press
the [OK] key.
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6
Select orientation of the copy paper
and cover sheets with the
keys,
then press the [OK] key.
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7 Set cover sheets into the bypass tray.
your originals in the document
8 Set
feeder.
9 Press the
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Color Creation
Color Creation
Color Conversion—Converting a Selected Color into a Different Color
This function converts a selected color of an original into a different color on the copy.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 8 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ Up to 4 colors can be converted at one time.
❐ Colors you can convert to:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow Green, Orange, Marine Blue,
Beige, Pink, Purple, and Black
❐ This function can be made more or less sensitive to the color to be converted. It can
be adjusted within five levels from “Narrow” to “Wide”. ☛ See page 132.
For example, if red is selected as the color to be converted, “Narrow” will result in
only red being converted, and “Wide” will result in other colors close to red being
converted.
❐ This function can be used in Full Color mode.
1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Color Conversion function to one of the Favorite keys,
press it and go to step 4. To assign a
function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see
page 134.
Press the [ Next] key until [Color
2 Conversion]
is displayed.
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❐ Colors that can be converted:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, Black, and White
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[Color Conversion] with the
3 Selectkeys,
then press the [Select]
key.
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4
Select the original color (color to be
keys, then
converted) with the
press the [OK] key.
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5
Select the new color (color to convert
to) with the
keys.
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6
If you want to select the color density
level, press the [Density] key.
Select the level with the
7 Then
press the [OK] key.
keys.
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8 Press the [OK] key.
you want to convert more than one
9 Ifcolor,
press the [Add] key. Then repeat steps 4 to 8.
Note
❐ Repeat step 9 until you have finished
designating colors.
❐ If you pick the wrong color, press the
[Delete] key.
0 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
! Set
Start key.
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Color Creation
Color Erase—Erasing the Selected Color
This function erases a selected color from the original image.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 10 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ Up to 4 colors can be erased at one time.
❐ Colors that can be erased:
Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta, and Black
❐ This function can be made more or less sensitive to the color to be erased. It can be
adjusted within five levels from “Narrow” to “Wide”. ☛ See page 132.
1 Press the
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For example, if red is selected as the color to be erased, “Narrow will result in only
red being, and “Wide” will result in other colors close to red being erased.
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Color Erase function to
one of the Favorite keys, press it
and go to step 4. To assign a function
to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page
134.
Press the [ Next] key until [Color
2 Erase]
is displayed.
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[Color Erase] with the
3 Select
keys, then press the [Select] key.
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the color to be erased with the
4 Selectkeys,
then press the [OK] key.
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you want to erase more than one
5 Ifcolor,
press the [Add] key. Then repeat step 4.
Note
❐ Repeat step 5 until you have finished
designating colors.
❐ If you pick the wrong color, press the
[Delete] key.
6 Press the [OK] key.
your originals, then press the
7 Set
Start key.
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Image Creation
Image Creation
Mirror—Making a Mirror Image
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This function makes a mirror image copy of the original.
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Note
❐ Set the original as below when setting on the exposure glass (platen glass).
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1 Press the
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Mirror function to one of
the Favorite keys, press it and go to
step 4. To assign a function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see page 134.
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Image Creation
Press the [ Next] key until [Mirror] is
2 displayed.
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sure that [Mirror] is selected,
3 Make
then press the [Select] key.
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Set your originals, then press the
Start key.
Image Creation
Positive/Negative—Copying in Complementary Colors
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This function copies the original image in complementary colors. If you use a black
and white original, black and white areas of the original are reversed.
Note
1 Press the
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❐ If you copy using twin color mode, white areas are changed to black, black areas are
changed to white, and color areas are changed to the selected color.
Menu key.
Note
❐ If you assign Positive/Negative function to one of the Favorite keys,
press it and go to step 4. To assign a
function to the Favorite keys, ☛ see
page 134.
Press the [ Next] key until [positive/
2 Negative]
is displayed.
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[Positive/Negative] with the
3 Selectkeys.
Then press the [Select]
key.
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Set your originals, then press the
Start key.
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Finishing
Finishing
Note
❐ To avoid problems caused by curled copies, try turning over the paper stack in the
paper tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy paper with less curl.
Reference
❐ Regarding functions that cannot be used together with this function, ☛ see page
96.
Sort—Sorting into Sets (123, 123, 123)
The optional 20-bin sorter stapler, 10-bin sorter stapler, or 3-bin sorter is required to
use this function.
1
23
1
23
1
23
1
23
GCSORT1E
One copy of each original is delivered to each bin and copies are collated into sets.
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Note
❐ It is recommended to set originals in the document feeder with this function.
❐ For sorting, the following limitations apply:
Normal
paper mode
Thick
paper mode
Maximum
paper size
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
Minimum
paper size
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
Maximum
paper capacity
of bins
(80g/m2, 20 lb)
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
30 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
25 copies
3-bin sorter
10-bin sorter
stapler
1st bin
2nd or 3rd bin
l: A3, 11” × 17”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: A6, 51/2” × 81/2”
p: A5, 81/2” × 11”
l: A6, 51/2” × 81/2”
p: A5, 81/2” × 11”
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
15 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
12 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
30 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
25 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
500 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
250 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
250 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
125 copies
❐ When you have 3-bin sorter or 10-bin sorter stapler, you cannot use thick paper fed
from the bypass tray in Sort mode.
❐ When you have 10-bin sorter stapler, 12” × 18” size paper cannot be used in Sort
mode.
❐ You cannot use OHP transparencies or non-standard size paper in Sort mode.
❐ You can make the machine select Sort mode automatically when you insert two or
more originals in the document feeder and make two or more copies from each
original with the user tools. ☛ See page 133.
the Sorter key until the Sort
1 Press
indicator (top) is lit.
your originals in the document
2 Set
feeder.
3 Press the
Start key.
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20-bin sorter stapler
Finishing
Stack—Stacking Together All Copies of a Page (111, 222, 333)
The optional 20-bin sorter stapler, 10-bin sorter stapler, or 3-bin sorter is required to
use this function.
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All copies of each original are delivered to the same bin.
Note
❐ For stacking, the following limitations apply:
20-bin sorter stapler
Normal
paper mode
Thick
paper mode
Maximum
paper size
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
Minimum
paper size
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
Maximum
paper capacity
of bins
(80g/m2, 20 lb)
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
30 copies
B4, 81/4 ” × 13”
or larger:
25 copies
3-bin sorter
10-bin sorter
stapler
1st bin
2nd or 3rd bin
l: A3, 11” × 17”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 12” × 18”
p A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: A6, 51/2” × 81/2”
p: A5, 81/2” × 11”
l: A6, 51/2” × 81/2”
p: A5, 81/2” × 11”
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
15 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
12 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
30 copies
B4, 81/4 ” × 13”
or larger:
25 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
500 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
250 copies
A4, 81/2” × 11”
or smaller:
250 copies
B4, 81/4” × 13”
or larger:
125 copies
❐ When you have an optional 3-bin sorter or 10-bin sorter stapler, you cannot use
thick paper fed from the bypass tray in Stack mode.
❐ When you have 10-bin sorter stapler, 12” × 18” size paper cannot be used in Stack
mode.
❐ You cannot use OHP transparencies or non-standard size paper in Stack mode.
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Finishing
Press the Sorter key until the Stack
1 indicator
(bottom) is lit.
2 Set your originals in document feeder.
Start key
Copying
3 Press the
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Finishing
Staple—Stapling Copies
The optional 20-bin sorter stapler, 10-bin sorter stapler is required to use this function.
GCSORT3E
Each copy set can be stapled together.
Note
❐ When you select Staple mode, Sort mode is automatically selected.
❐ You cannot use Staple mode with Stack mode.
❐ When you have an optional 10-bin sorter stapler, you cannot use thick paper fed
from the bypass tray in Staple mode.
❐ You cannot use OHP transparencies or non-standard size paper in Staple mode.
❐ You cannot staple different width of paper.
❐ Stapling position and original setting:
Original setting
Exposure
glass
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l
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Ducument
Feeder
Stapling position
20-bin
sorter stapler
10-bin
sorter stapler
Finishing
❐ For Stapling, the following limitations apply:
20-bin sorter stapler
10-bin sorter stapler
Normal paper mode
Thick paper mode
Maximum paper size
l: A3, 11” × 17”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 11” × 17”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
l: A3, 11” × 17”
p: A4, 81/2” × 11”
Minimum paper size
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
l: B5, 81/2” × 11”
p: B5, 81/2” × 11”
30 sheets
15 sheets
20 sheets
Stapler capacity
(80g/m2, 20 lb)
❐ In the following cases, the copies will be delivered to the tray without stapling.
• When the number of copies for one set is over the stapler capacity.
• When the stapler runs out of staples.
Copying
Reference
❐ If you want to add staples, ☛ see page 111.
❐ When staple is jammed, ☛ see page 113.
Changing the staple position
If your machine is equipped with the 20-bin sorter stapler, you can select one of two
stapling positions by changing the position of the stapler. Open the front cover of the
sorter stapler and perform the actions illustrated below.
Note
❐ After changing the position of the stapler, the stapler should be clicked in position.
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Finishing
Stapling copies automatically after copying
The optional document feeder is required to use this function.
Press the Sorter key until the Sort
1 (top)
and Staple (centre) indicators
are lit.
your originals in the document
2 Set
feeder.
3 Press the
Start key.
Stapling copies manually after copying
Press the Sorter key until the Sort
1 indicator
(top) is lit.
2 Make your copies.
copying is completed, press the
3 After
Sorter key before the Staple indicator stops blinking.
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Adjustment and
Color Memory
Adjustment and
Color Memory
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Color Balance—Adjusting and Storing the Color Balance
Color Balance—Adjusting and Storing the Color Balance
This function allows you to control the overall color tone of copies by adjusting the
Yellow, Magenta, Cyan and Black color balance. Nine levels of tone are available.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 12 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ The color balance will return to the default when:
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The machine is automatically reset.
The Clear Modes key is pressed.
The operation switch is turned off.
The main power switch is turned off.
❐ You can store any adjustments you make in memory and recall them later.
Color Balance Adjustment
1 Press the
Color Balance key.
the color to be adjusted with
2 Select
the
keys.
TRSS100E
TRSS116E
the level of color tone with the
3 Enter
Number keys.
Note
❐ Default: level 5
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Color Balance—Adjusting and Storing the Color Balance
you want to adjust more than one
4 Ifcolor,
repeat steps 2 and 3.
5 Press the [OK] key.
Color Balance Program—Storing and Recalling the Color
Balance
You can store the color balance setting in memory and recall it when you want to use it.
Note
❐ Only one setting can be stored.
Storing the adjusted color balance
Change the color balance (☛ see
1 page
88), but don’t press the [OK] key.
2 Press the [Program] key.
TRSS100E
TRSS112E
Adjustment and
Color Memory
3 Press the [Yes] key.
TRSS100E
TRSS114E
4 Press the [OK] key.
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Color Balance—Adjusting and Storing the Color Balance
Recalling the color balance
1 Press the
Color Balance key.
2 Press the [Recall] key.
TRSS100E
TRSS111E
3 Press the [OK] key.
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Image Adjustment
Image Adjustment
You can change the following default settings for image adjustment:
Sharp/Soft
You can adjust the edges of the image to make the image sharper or softer.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 14 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ Default: level 4
Contrast
You can adjust the contrast between light parts and dark parts of the image.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 14 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ Default: level 5
Background
Density
You can adjust the background density control.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 14 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Pastel
You can make copies in pastel tones.
Reference
❐ For copy samples, ☛ see page 14 of the Color Copy Quick Guide.
Note
❐ Default: level 9 which yields a normal color copy
U.C.R.
Adjustment
You can adjust the black toner density to make the black parts clearer in Full Color
mode.
Note
❐ Default: level 5
❐ Adjust this setting to a darker setting when you want to copy letter parts clearly in
black.
❐ Adjust this setting to a lighter setting when the original image is dark.
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Adjustment and
Color Memory
Note
❐ Default: level 5
❐ If coping a newspaper or an original with a dark background, adjust the background density to a lighter setting.
❐ If part of the original is marked with a highlighting pen, adjust the background
density to a darker setting. However, because the color of a highlighting pen is
difficult to duplicate, it might be copied in different colors or some colors might not
be copied.
Image Adjustment
A.C.S.
(Auto Color
Selection)
Sensitivity
Level
You can adjust the sensitivity when detecting whether the original has color areas in
Auto Color Selection mode. When set to “B&W” values, the machine will be more
likely to detect originals as black originals. “Full Color” values will cause the machine
to be more likely to detect originals as color originals.
Note
❐ Default: level 3
Auto
Separation
Sensitivity
Level
(Text/Photo
Adjustment)
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You can adjust the sensitivity when detecting letter and photo parts of an original in
Auto Text/Photo mode. If letter parts and photo parts of an original are not differentiated correctly, adjust this setting.
Note
❐ Default: level 5
Image Adjustment
Sharp/Soft, Contrast, Background Density and Pastel
Note
❐ Any settings you make with the Sharp/Soft, Contrast, Background Density Control
and Pastel Color functions will be cancelled under the following conditions:
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•
•
•
The machine is automatically reset.
The Clear Modes key is pressed.
The operation switch is turned off.
The main power switch is turned off.
1 Press the
Image Adjustment key.
your desired function with the
2 Selectkeys.
Then press the [OK] key.
Adjust the settings with the
3 Then
press the [OK] key.
TRSS100E
Adjustment and
Color Memory
Note
❐ To return to the default setting, select
your desired function with the
keys and press the [Default] key.
TRSS115E
keys.
Note
❐ If you press the [ Prev.] or [ Next] key
repeatedly, Sharp/Soft, Contrast,
Background Density, and Pastel adjustment displays appear in turn.
4 Press the [OK] key.
TRSS100E
TRSS115E
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Image Adjustment
U.C.R. Adjustment, A.C.S. Sensitivity Level and Auto Separation Sensitivity Level
Note
❐ Any settings you make with the U.C.R. Adjustment, A.C.S. Sensitivity Level and
Auto Separation Sensitivity Level functions are not cleared by turning the power off
or by pressing the Clear Modes key. They are cancelled only when you overwrite
them with new settings.
1 Press the
Image Adjustment key.
2 Press the [Enhance] key.
TRSS100E
TRSS112E
your desired function with the
3 Select
[ Prev.] or [ Next] key.
4 Adjust the settings with the
keys.
TRSS100E
TRSS116E
5 Press the [OK] key.
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Combination Chart
Combination Chart
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Combination Chart
Combination Chart
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Combination Chart
Auto Color Selection
Black
Full Color
Color Mode
Twin Color
Single Color
Auto Image Density
Image Density
Manual Image Density
Auto Text/Photo
Original Image Text
Type
Photo
Special Original
Auto Paper Select
Copying from Paper Trays
Normal
Thick
Standard OHP
size paper OHP Slip Sheet
Duplex
Paper Selection
Bypass Feed
Duplex Thick
Copying
Normal
Non-standard Thick
OHP
size paper
Duplex
Duplex Thick
A3 Fullbleed Copying
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
Sort
Finishing
Stack
Staple
Custom Size Original
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Directional Size Magnification(inch)
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Centering
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Color Creation Color Erase
Mirror
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Positive/Negative
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Color Balance Adjustmennt
Sharp/Soft
Contrast
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Image Adjustment Pastel
U.C.R. Adjustment
A.C.S. Sensitivity Level
Auto Separation Sensitivity Level
Program
After recalling your settings
Interrupt Copying
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Directional Size Magnification(inch)
Original Mode
Directional Magnification (%)
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*1 20-bin sorter stapler:
10-bin sorter stapler:
*2 20-bin sorter stapler:
10-bin sorter stapler:
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98
99
What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
What to do if Something Goes
Wrong
If Your Machine Does not Operate as You want
If Your Machine Does not Operate as You Want
Check the following:
Condition
Action
Nothing happens when
the operation switch is
turned on.
Is the main power switch turned on?
Turn on the main power switch.
BPaper tray is empty.
Load paper. ☛ See page 104.
DToner container is
almost empty. Or toner
container is empty.
Add toner. ☛ See page 106.
MDoors/covers are
open.
Close the doors/covers.
xMisfeed occurs.
Remove misfed paper. ☛ See page 108.
dThe machine
instructs you to add
staples.
Add staples. ☛ See page 111.
The machine instructs
you to enter your user
code.
The machine is set for User Code mode. Enter your user code. ☛ See
page 13.
The Energy Saver
indicator is on.
Your machine is under the energy saver condition.
Press the Energy Saver key. ☛ See page 44.
Misfeeds occur
frequently.
Is the right kind of paper in the paper tray?
Paper size and weight must be within the specifications for this machine.
Is folded, wrinkled, damp, or curled paper in the paper tray?
Always use dry, undamaged paper.
Is the paper properly set in the paper tray?
Always load paper correctly.
Are there any pieces of misfed paper or other foreign objects in the machine?
Make sure that the paper path is completely clear of paper and other
material after a misfeed.
Staples do not come out
at all.
There are jammed staples in the stapler.
Remove the jammed staples. ☛ See page 113.
E or H or L is lit.
After loading a new staple cartridge, staples might not be ejected the first
few times you try to use the stapler.
Contact your service representative.
❐ If you cannot correct the problem by taking the above actions, please contact your
service representative.
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If You Cannot Make Copies as You Want
Problem
Copies appear dirty.
Cause
The image density is too dark.
Action
Adjust the image density.
☛ See page 25.
Adjust the background density.
☛ See page 91.
The reverse side of an original
image is copied.
The exposure glass (platen
glass) or document feeder belt
is dirty.
Clean them. ☛ See page 136.
The image density is too dark.
Adjust the image density.
☛ See page 25.
If you select Black Copy mode
or Single Color mode, place a
black paper in the backside of
the original and select Auto Image Density mode.
Lighten the background density.
☛ See page 91.
A shadow is copied when copying a pasted original.
The image density is too dark.
Adjust the image density.
☛ See page 25.
Adjust the background density.
☛ See page 91.
Set the original in a different direction.
Put mending tape on the bound
part.
Copies are too light.
The original has a low contrast
image.
Adjust the image density.
☛ See page 25.
The image density is too light.
Copy image is not clear.
Damp or rough grain paper is
used
Use dry paper without rough
grain.
The original image type (Photo/
Text) is not selected properly.
Select the proper original image
type. ☛ See page 31.
Adjust the sharpness of the image with the Sharp/Soft function.
☛ See page 91.
The same copy area is dirty
whenever making copies.
The exposure glass (platen
glass) or document feeder belt
is dirty.
Clean them. ☛ See page 136.
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What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
If You Cannot Make Copies as You Want
If You Cannot Make Copies as You Want
Action
Problem
Cause
Copies are blank or parts of the
image are not copied.
The original is not set correctly.
Set the originals correctly.
☛ See page 15, 16 or 17.
An improper paper size is selected.
Select the proper paper size.
The selected reproduction ratio
does not match the paper size.
Select the proper reproduction
ratio.
The Text mode is selected.
Select Auto Text/Photo mode or
Photo mode. ☛ See page 31.
The line images of the original
might be overlapped each other.
Place the original on the exposure glass (platen glass) at a
slight angle.
A moire pattern is produced on
copies as shown in the illustration.
R R
Color tone of copies is different
from that of originals.
Adjust the sharpness of the image. ☛ See page 91.
The color balance is not set
properly.
Adjust the Color Balance.
☛ See page 88.
Perform the Auto Color Calibra–
tion.
☛ See page 132.
Color tone of copies is completely different from that of
originals.
Unsuitable color setting.
Perform Auto Color Calibration.
☛ See page 132.
If you cannot correct the problem by performing Auto Color
Calibration, contact your service
representative.
Letter parts and photo parts of
an original are not separated
correctly.
An original has screen letters or
low density letters.
Adjust the Auto Separation Sensitivity Level to a “Text” level.
☛ See page 92.
An original has a high contrast
photo.
Adjust the Auto Separation Sensitivity Level to a “Photo” level.
☛ See page 92.
An original has a photo having
sequence thin lines with regular
thin spaces.
Color parts of an original are
copied in black in Auto Color Selection mode.
There are small or thin color
parts.
Adjust the A.C.S. Sensitivity
Level to a “Full Color” level.
☛ See page 92.
Non-color parts of an original
are copied in color in Auto Color
Selection mode.
The machine might detect some
black and white screen images
(such as from newspaper) as a
full color original.
Select Black Copy mode.
☛ See page 28.
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Adjust the A.C.S. Sensitivity
Level to a “B&W” level.
☛ See page 92.
Problem
A copy image is blurred.
Cause
Action
The image density is too light.
Adjust the image density.
☛ See page 25.
An improper kind of paper is set.
Set the right kind of paper in the
paper tray.
Note
❐ Copies might be blurred if
you copy onto rough grain,
coated, or damp paper.
❐ If you cannot correct the problem by taking the above actions, please contact your
service representative.
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What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
If You Cannot Make Copies as You Want
BLoading Paper
BLoading Paper
Reference
❐ Regarding paper sizes that can be set, ☛ see page 184.
Note
❐ If you want to change the paper size, ☛ see page 116.
Non-recommended Paper for Paper Trays
❐ Folded, curled, creased, or damaged paper
❐ Torn paper
❐ Perforated paper
❐ Paper with conductive or low electrical resistance coating such as carbon or silver
coating
❐ Thermal paper, art paper
❐ Thin paper that has low stiffness
❐ Damp paper
❐ Wavy paper
❐ Stapled paper
❐ Translucent paper
❐ OHP transparencies
Note
❐ Load paper with the copy side down in the paper trays. If copies are curled, try
turning the copy paper over in the tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy
paper with less curl.
❐ Correct curls in copy paper before loading.
❐ Fan copy paper to get air between the sheets before loading.
❐ When making two-sided copies, do not load paper in the paper tray to copy on the
reverse side. Use the bypass tray. ☛ See page 36.
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What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
BLoading Paper
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
1 Pull out the paper tray until it stops.
2 Remove the back fence.
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3 Square the paper and set it in the tray.
Note
❐ Shuffle the paper before setting it in
the tray.
❐ Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
❐ Make sure that the leading corners of
the paper are under the corners.
4 Reinstall the back fence.
5 Push the paper tray in until it stops.
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DAdding Toner
DAdding Toner
There are four kinds of toner (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black). When D is lit, it is
time to add toner.
R WARNING:
s
• Do not incinerate used toner or toner containers. Toner dust might
ignite when exposed to an open flame. Dispose of the used toner
containers according to local regulations for plastics.
R CAUTION:
R
• Do not eat or swallow toner.
• Keep toner (used or unused) and toner containers out of reach of children.
R CAUTION:
R
• This machine has been tested for safety using this supplier’s parts and
consumables. We recommend you only use these specified supplies.
Note
❐ If you use toner other than that recommended, a fault might occur.
❐ When adding toner, do not turn off the operation switch. If you do, your settings are
cleared.
❐ Always add toner after the machine instructs you to add toner.
❐ Do not use used toner. This will damage the machine.
❐ Be sure to add the correct color toner.
❐ You can still make about 20 copies after D appears. This is a good time to get a
new toner cartridge ready.
1 Open the front cover of the machine.
the knob to unlock it, then turn it
2 Pull
counterclockwise to the ● mark.
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DAdding Toner
What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
3 Gently pull out the toner container.
a new toner container horizon4 Hold
tally and shake it 5 or 6 times.
5 Remove the seal.
the toner container with the
6 Insert
mark at the top.
the knob clockwise to the ▲ mark
7 Turn
until it clicks.
8 Close the front cover.
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xClearing Misfeeds
xClearing Misfeeds
R CAUTION
n
• When removing misfed paper, do not touch the fusing section because it could be very hot.
Note
❐ When clearing misfeeds, do not turn off the operation switch. If you do, your copy
settings are cleared.
❐ To prevent misfeeds, do not leave any torn scraps of paper within the machine.
❐ If paper misfeeds occur repeatedly, contact your service representative.
❐ When clearing misfeeds, make sure that all units and levers are returned to their
original position and all covers are closed.
❐ Do not touch originals in the document feeder when a paper misfeed occurs in the
machine. If you do, the machine cannot determine which originals have been copied and which haven’t.
108
What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
xClearing Misfeeds
When A, B, C or Y is Displayed:
1 Open the front cover of the machine.
You can find a sticker (with x at the
2 top)
explaining how to remove misfed
paper, inside the front cover as shown
in the illustration.
misfed paper following the
3 Remove
instructions on the sticker.
When P is Displayed:
Note
❐ This indicator is displayed only when
your machine is equipped with the
document feeder.
You can find a sticker (with x at the
1 top),
explaining how to remove the
misfed paper, on the document feeder
as shown in the illustration.
the misfed paper following
2 Remove
the instructions on the sticker.
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xClearing Misfeeds
When R is Displayed:
If your machine is equipped with the 20-bin sorter stapler
can find a sticker (with x at the
1 You
top) explaining how to remove misfed
paper, on the cover of the sorter stapler as shown in the illustration.
the misfed paper following
2 Remove
the instructions on the sticker.
If your machine is equipped with the 10-bin sorter stapler
can find a sticker (with x at the
1 You
top), explaining how to remove misfed
paper, on the cover of the sorter stapler as shown in the illustration.
the misfed paper following
2 Remove
the instructions on the sticker.
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dAdding Staples
R CAUTION:
R
• This machine has been tested for safety using this supplier’s parts
and consumables. We recommend you only use these specified
supplies.
Note
❐ If you use a staple cartridge other than that recommended, staple failure or staple
jams might occur.
the front cover of the sorter sta1 Open
pler.
2 Raise the staple unit towards you.
3 Remove the cartridge.
the new cartridge as shown in
4 Hold
the illustration, then pull out the stopper.
Note
❐ If the staple is coming out, press it to
the proper position.
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What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
dAdding Staples
dAdding Staples
5 Reinstall the cartridge until it clicks.
the staple unit to the original
6 Push
position.
the front cover of the sorter sta7 Close
pler.
112
eRemoving Jammed Staples
Note
❐ Staples might be jammed because of curled copies. In this case, try turning the
copy paper over in the tray. If there is no improvement, change the copy paper with
less curls.
❐ After removing jammed staples, staples might not be ejected the first few times you
try to use the stapler.
the front cover of the sorter sta1 Open
pler.
2 Raise the staple unit towards you.
3 Remove the cartridge.
pushing the lock, pull the top
4 While
cover.
5 Remove the jammed staple.
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What to do if Something
Goes Wrong
eRemoving Jammed Staples
eRemoving Jammed Staples
6 Push the top cover until it clicks.
Note
❐ If the staple is coming out, press it to
the proper position.
7 Reinstall the cartridge until it clicks.
the staple unit to the original
8 Push
position.
the front cover of the sorter sta9 Close
pler.
114
Changing the
Machine’s Settings
Changing the Machine’s
Settings
115
Changing Paper Size
Changing Paper Size
Note
❒ Make sure to select paper size with the user tools. Otherwise, misfeeds might occur.
Reference
❒ For paper sizes, weight, and capacity that can be set in each tray, ☛ see page 184
or 192.
sure that the paper tray is not
1 Make
being used.
2 Pull out the paper tray until it stops.
Note
❒ Remove any remaining copy paper.
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the screws fastening the side
3 Remove
fences using the screwdriver.
Note
❐ A screwdriver is contained in the front
area of the tray.
1
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1: Screwdriver
the side fences to the pa4 Re-position
per size you want to use.
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Changing Paper Size
5 Fasten the fences with screws.
Changing the
Machine’s Settings
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the back fences to the new pa6 Adjust
per size.
A
Note
❒ For 11" × 17" paper, put the back
fences inside A.
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7 Square the paper and set it in the tray.
Note
❒ Shuffle the paper before setting it in
the tray.
❒ Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
❒ Make sure the leading corners of the
paper are under the corners.
8 Push the paper tray in until it stops.
the paper size with the user
9 Select
tools.
117
Changing Paper Size
To Adjust the Paper Size with the User Tools
1 Press the
User Tools key.
sure that [System Settings] is
2 Make
selected, then press the [OK] key.
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the Next key until [Tray Pa3 Press
per Size] is displayed.
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[Tray Paper Size] with the
4 Selectkeys,
then press the [OK] key.
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5
Select the tray with the
then press the [OK] key.
keys,
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6
Select your desired size with the
keys, then press the [OK] key.
Press the User Tools
7 from
the user tools.
key to exit
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User Tools
User Tools
Accessing the User Tools
This section is for the key operators in charge of this machine. You can change or set
the machine’s default settings.
Changing the
Machine’s Settings
Note
After using the tools, be sure to exit from the user tools.
1 Press the
User Tools key.
Select [System Settings] or [Copy
2 Features]
keys, then
with the
press the [OK] key.
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the desired user tools menu
3 Select
with the
keys, then press the
[OK] key.
Note
❐ [ Next]: Press to go to the next page.
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❐ [ Prev.]: Press to go back to the previous page.
Reference
❐ User tools menu, ☛ see page 121.
119
User Tools
the settings by following the
4 Change
instructions on the display. Then press
the [OK] key.
Note
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❐ [OK] key: Press to set the new settings and return to the previous menu.
❐ [Cancel] key: Press to return to the
previous menu without changing any
data.
Exiting from User Tools
changing the user tools settings,
1 After
press the User Tools key.
Note
❐ The settings are not canceled even if
the operation switch is turned off or
the Clear Modes key is pressed.
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User Tools
User Tools Menu
System settings
Menu
Panel Tone
page 124
Ready/Tone
page 124
Copy Count Display
page 124
System Reset
page 124
Function Reset
page 124
Control Panel Off
page 125
Auto Timer
page 125
Tray Paper Size
—————
page 125
Tray Priority
page 125
Auto Tray Switch
page 125
Interleave Print
page 125
Output Tray Prio. (For 3-bin sorter only)
page 126
Display Contrast
page 126
3 Side Full Bleed
page 126
Bypass Custom Size
page 126
Key Operator Tools
AOF (Keep it on.)
Key Op. Access
page 127
Program KeyOpCode
page 127
—————
Changing the
Machine’s Settings
See ...
page 127
121
User Tools
Copy features
Menu
General
Features
See ...
APS Priority
page 128
ADS Priority (FC)
page 128
ADS Prio. (B&K/SC)
page 128
Orig. Mode Priority
page 128
Orig. Type Priority
page 128
Col. Mode Priority
page 128
page 129
Photo Type (Auto)
—————
Photo Type (Photo)
page 129
Copy Reset
page 129
Max. Copy Q’ty
page 129
Original Tone
page 129
Margin Adjustment
page 129
Set User Ratio
page 129
Initial Mode Set
page 130
Key Operator Tools
Image
Adjustment
Accessible Modes
page 130
Counter Reset
page 130
Clear Code & Counter
page 130
Program User Code
page 131
Chg/Del User Code
page 131
Counter List Print
page 131
A.D.S. (FC)
page 132
A.D.S. (B&K/SC)
page 132
page 132
A.C.S. Priority
—————
122
Color Sensitivity
page 132
Auto Color Cal.
page 132
IJ Printer Select
page 132
User Tools
Menu
SADF Auto Reset
page 133
Thin Paper Mode
page 133
ADF Mixed Sizes
page 133
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ADF Auto Paper Select
page 133
FC Copy Sorting
page 133
Auto Sort Mode
page 133
Changing the
Machine’s Settings
ADF/
Sorter
See ...
page 134
Set
Favorite
keys
—————
—————
Special
Modes
—————
—————
page 134
123
User Tools
Settings You can Change with the User Tools (System Settings)
Reference
❐ For how to access the user tools, ☛ see page 119.
SystemMenu
setting
Panel Tone
Description
The beeper (key tone) sounds when a key is pressed. This beeper can be
turned on or off.
Note
❐ Default: On
Ready/Tone
Choose whether the machine beeps when it becomes ready for a copy run
after power up.
Note
❐ Default: On
❐ When the “Panel Tone” is set to Off, the beeper does not sound even if
the “Ready/Tone” is set to On.
Copy Count Display
The copy counter can be set to show the number of copies made (Count
Up), or the number of copies remaining to be made (Count Down).
Note
❐ Default: Count Up
System Reset
The machine returns to its prioritized mode automatically after your job is
finished, after the selected time. This function is called “System Reset”.
The time can be set from 10 to 990 seconds (in 10 seconds steps), or off.
1. Select [On] or [Off] with the
keys.
2. When you select [On], enter the system reset time with the Number
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ Default: On (60 seconds)
Function Reset
How long the machine waits before switching to the default mode if no operation has been performed after an operation has finished. The time can
be set from 10 to 990 seconds (in 10 seconds steps), or off.
1. Select [On] or [Off] with the
keys.
2. When you select [On], enter the time with the Number keys. Then
press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ Default: On (60 seconds)
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User Tools
Menu
Description
Control Panel Off
The machine enters Energy Saver mode automatically after your job is finished, after the selected time. The time can be set from 10 to 990 seconds
(in 10 seconds steps), or off. In Energy Saver mode, the panel display turns
off.
1. Select [On] or [Off] with the
keys.
2. When you select [On], enter the time with the Number keys. Then
press the [OK] key.
Auto Timer
The machine turns itself off automatically to conserve energy after your job
is finished, after the selected time. This function called “Auto Off”. The time
can be set from 1 to 120 minutes.
Note
❐ Default: 60 minutes
Tray Paper Size
Select the size of the copy paper set in the paper tray.
Note
❐ If the specified paper size differs from the size of paper actually set in
the paper tray, a paper misfeed might occur because the paper size is
not detected correctly.
Reference
For details, ☛ see page 118.
Tray Priority
You can select the paper tray which will be selected as a default in the
following conditions:
• When the main power switch or operation switch is turned on.
• When System Reset or Auto Reset mode is turned on.
• When the Clear Modes key is pressed.
• When the Auto Paper Select mode is not selected.
Note
❐ Default: Tray 1
❐ Tray 2, Tray 3, and Tray 4 are options.
Auto Tray Switch
If you load paper of the same size in two or more trays, the machine automatically shifts another tray when the tray in use runs out of paper. You can
set or cancel this setting.
Note
❐ Default: Off
Interleave Print
By default, you can make the interrupt copies. You can cancel this
setting.
Note
❐ Default: On
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Changing the
Copier’s Settings
Note
❐ Default: On (60 seconds)
User Tools
Description
Menu
Output Tray Prio.
(For 3-bin sorter only)
You can specify a bin to which documents are delivered for each feature
(copy and printer).
1. Select [Copy] or [Printer] with the
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
2. Select a bin with the
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ Default: Copy: First bin
Printer: First bin
Display Contrast
You can adjust the brightness of the panel display.
Note
❐ Default: level 4
3 Side Full Bleed
When this mode is off, narrow margins on all 4 sides of the original are not
copied.
1:
2:
3:
4:
2±2mm, 0.08"±0.08"
2±2/–1.5mm, 0.08"+0.08"/–0.06"
2±2mm, 0.08"±0.08"
5±2mm, 0.2"±0.08"
When you turn it on, margins 1, 2 and 3 are copied.
Note
❐ Default: Off
❐ You cannot cancel the leading edge margin (margin 4).
Bypass Custom Size
You can register the non-standard size paper when you make copies
with the bypass tray.
1. Select [Custom1], [Custom2], or [Custom3] with the
keys.
2. Press the [OK] key.
3. Enter the vertical size with the Number keys, then press the # key.
4. Enter the horizontal size with the Number keys, then press the [OK]
key.
Note
❐ Adjustment value:
Metric version: Vertical:
100 - 305mm
Horizontal: 140 - 457mm
Inch version: Vertical:
3.9" - 12.0"
Horizontal: 5.5" - 18.0"
❐ To clear the custom paper size, select the [Delete] key.
Key Operator Tools
Use these tools to manage use of the machine.
Note
❐ Enter a previously registered key operator code with the Number keys.
Reference
About the key operator code, ☛ see page 127.
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User Tools
Menu
Description
Key Op. Access
If you select “On”, only operators who know the key operator code can access the “Key Operator Tools” in the System Settings and Copy Features.
Note
❐ Default: Off
❐ If you select “On”, you should register the key operator code.
AOF (Keep it on.)
Use to register or change the key operator code (up to 8 digits).
Note
Changing the
Copier’s Settings
Program KeyOpCode
❐ For details about this function, contact your service representative.
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User Tools
Settings You can Change with the User Tools (Copy Features)
Reference
❐ For how to access the user tools, ☛ see page 119.
General Features
Menu
Description
APS Priority
As a default setting, the Auto Paper Select is selected just after the machine is turned on or when modes are cleared. You can cancel this setting.
Note
❐ Default: On
ADS Priority (FC)
As a default setting, the Manual Image Density is selected in Full Color
mode just after the machine is turned on or when modes are cleared. You
can cancel this setting so that the Auto Image Desity is selected.
Note
❐ Default: Off
ADS Prio. (B&K/SC)
As a default setting, the Auto Image Density is selected in Black, Single
Color, and Twin Color mode just after the machine is turned on or when
modes are cleared. You can cancel this setting.
Note
❐ Default: On
Orig. Mode Priority
You can select the original image type (Auto Text/Photo mode, Text mode,
Photo mode, or Special Original mode) that is selected automatically just
after the machine is turned on or when modes are cleared.
Note
❐ Default: Auto Text/Photo mode
Orig. Type Priority
You can select the special original type (Marker Pen, Inkjet, or Map) that is
selected automatically just after the machine is turned on or when modes
are cleared.
Note
❐ Default: Marker Pen
Col. Mode Priority
You can select the color mode (Auto Color Selection mode, Full Color mode,
or Black mode) that is selected automatically just after the machine is turned
on or when modes are cleared.
Note
❐ Default: Auto Color Select
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User Tools
Menu
Description
Photo Type (Auto)
You can select the photo type (Press Print, Glossy Photo, or 2nd Generation) in Auto Text/Photo mode that is selected automatically just after the
machine is tured on or when modes are cleared.
Note
Photo Type (Photo)
You can select the photo type (Press Print, Glossy Photo, or 2nd Generation) in Photo mode that is selected automatically just after the machine is
turned on or when modes are cleared.
Note
❐ Default: Press Print
Copy Reset
The machine returns to its initial condition automatically after your job is
finished. The time can be set from 10 to 300 seconds, or off.
1. Select [On] or [Off] with the
keys.
2. When you select [On], enter the time with the Number keys. Then
press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ Default: 60 seconds
Max. Copy Q’ty
The maximum copy quantity can be set from 1 to 99.
Note
❐ Default: 99
Original Tone
The beeper (key tone) sounds when you forgot to remove originals after
copying.
Note
❐ Default: On
❐ When the “Panel Tone” is set to Off, the beeper does not sound even
if the “Original Tone” is set to On.
Margin Adjustment
You can adjust the margin width that is selected as a default in Margin
Adjust mode. You can change this setting as follows:
1. Select the margin direction with the
keys.
2. Enter the margin width with the the Number keys. Then press the [OK]
key.
• Metric version: left/20mm - right/20mm in 1mm steps
• Inch version: left/0.8" - right/0.8" in 0.1" steps
Note
❐ Default:
• Metric version: left/10mm
• Inch version: left/0.4"
Set User Ratio
Up to 2 reproduction ratios which you frequently use can be registered.
1. Select [Ratio 1] or [Ratio 2] with the
keys.
2. Enter your desired ratio with the Number keys. Then press the [OK]
key.
Note
❐ Default: 100 %
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Changing the
Copier’s Settings
❐ Default: Press Print
User Tools
Menu
Description
Initial Mode Set
You can set the machine to recall program setting when the machine is
turned on or when modes are cleared.
Note
❐ Default: Normal
❐ Your service representative can store the program setting.
❐ Your service representative can select whether the program setting is
recalled when the machine is turned on or when modes are cleared.
Key Operator Tools
Use these tools to manage use of the machine.
Note
❐ Enter a previously registered key operator code with the Number keys.
Reference
About the key operator code, ☛ see page 127.
Accessible Modes
You can assign user codes to each color mode. Operators must input their
user codes before using each color mode (Full Color, Black, Single Color,
and Twin Color). The machine keeps count of the number of copies made
under each user code.
1. Select your desired color mode with the
keys.
2. Press the [Select] key.
3. Press the [Exit] key.
Note
❐ Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you finished designating color modes.
Counter Reset
You can check the number of copies made using each user code. Also, you
can clear each code’s counter.
1. Input user code you want to check its number of copies with the Number
keys.
2. Press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ You can check the number of copies.
❐ To clear the counter, press the [Reset] key. Then press the [Yes] key.
3. Press the [Exit] key.
Clear Code &
Counter
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You can reset the counter for all user codes and delete all user codes.
1. Select [User Code] to delete all user codes or [Counter] to reset the
counter for all user codes with the
keys.
2. Press the [Yes] key.
3. Press the [Exit] key.
User Tools
Menu
Program User Code
Description
You can register your user code (8 digits).
1. Input your desired user code with the Number keys.
2. Press the [OK] key.
3. Select the color mode you want to use with the new code with the
keys.
4. Press the [Select] key.
5. Press the [Exit] key.
Chg/Del User Code
You can change or delete your user code or the color mode you assign
your user code.
Changing your user code
1. Input user code you want to change with the Number keys. Then press
the # key.
2. Press the [Change] key.
3. Input new user code with the Number keys.
4. Press the [OK] key.
5. Select the color mode you want to use with the new code with the
keys.
6. Press the [Select] key.
7. Press the [Exit] key.
Note
❐ Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you finished designating color modes.
Deleting your user code
1. Input user code you want to delete with the Number keys. Then press
the # key.
2. Press the [Delete] key.
3. Press the [Yes] key.
Note
❐ The number of copies made under the deleted code is also deleted.
Counter List Print
You can print data for all user codes.
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Changing the
Copier’s Settings
Note
❐ Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you finished designating color modes.
❐ Up to 50 user codes can be registered.
User Tools
Image Adjustment
Menu
Description
A.D.S. (FC)
The Auto Image Density levels in Full Color mode can be made lighter or
darker (5 levels).
Note
❐ Default: level 3
A.D.S. (B&K/SC)
The Auto Image Density levels in Black mode, Single Color mode, or Twin
Color mode can be made lighter or darker (5 levels).
Note
❐ Default: level 3
A.C.S. Priority
You can select color images or black & white images that are priority detected in Auto Color Selection mode.
Note
❐ Default: Full Color
Color Sensitivity
When in Color Erase or Color Conversion mode, the function can be made
more or less sensitive to the color to be erased or converted. It can be
adjusted within 5 levels (“Narrow” to “Wide”).
For example, if red is selected as the color to be erased or converted, “Narrow” will result in only red being erased or converted, and “Wide” will result
in other colors close to red being erased or converted.
Note
❐ Default: level 3
Auto Color Cal.
When the tone of a specific color is strong or the color tone of copies is
different from that of originals, perform this function. This function adjusts
the balance of the 4 basic colors.
1. If your machine has the printer option installed, select [Copy Mode] or
[Printer Mode] with the
keys. Then press the [OK] key.
2. Make sure that A4 p, 81/2" × 11" p, B4 l, A3 l, or 11" × 17" l is set
in trays. Then press the [Print] key.
Note
❐ The test pattern is delivered to the copy tray.
3. Set the test pattern on the exposure glass (platen glass). Then press
the [Scan] key.
Limitation
❐ You cannot set the test pattern in the document feeder.
Note
❐ To return to the previous setting, repeat steps 1 to 3 and press the
[Previous] key.
IJ Printer Select
You can select the type of inkjet printer if your originals are printed with
inkjet printer.
Note
❐ Default: 1
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User Tools
ADF/Sorter
Menu
Description
SADF Auto Reset
When you set one original at a time in the document feeder, the Auto Feed
indicator lights for a selected time after an original is fed to show that the
document feeder is ready for another original. The time can be set from 1
second to 99 seconds.
Note
Thin Paper Mode
Use when changing the type of originals to be fed. Select this function to
avoid damaging thin originals (40 - 52g/m2, 11-14 lb) set in the document
feeder.
Note
❐ Default: Off
ADF Mixed Sizes
By default, you cannot set originals of different sizes at one time in the
document feeder. You can cancel this setting.
Note
❐ Default: Off
❐ If you select [On], the copying speed will be reduced.
❐ When setting different length originals, all originals must be flush with
the back fence of the document feeder.
❐ Smaller size originals might be skewed a little.
ADF Auto Paper
Select
By default, the Auto Paper Select is selected when you set originals in the
document feeder. You can cancel this setting.
Note
❐ Default: On
FC Copy Sorting
You can disable sorting, stacking, or stapling in Full Color mode to maximize quality of full color copies.
Note
❐ Default: Available (Sorting, stacking, or stapling can be used in Full
Color mode.)
Auto Sort Mode
You can have the machine select Sort mode automatically when you insert
two or more originals in the document feeder and make two or more copies
from each original.
Note
❐ Default: On
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Changing the
Copier’s Settings
❐ Default: 5 seconds
User Tools
Set Favorite Keys
You can register up to 4 frequently used functions in Favorite keys.
1. Press the Favorite key you want to store the function.
2. Select the function you want to store with the
keys.
3. Press the [OK] key.
Note
❐ Default: 1: Combine 2 Originals
2: Series Copies
3: Margin Adjustment
4: Directional Size Magnification (inch)
❐ You can check the functions that are registered in the Favorite keys with the [Status] key.
Special Modes
Use to recall the special modes set by your service representative.
Note
❐ Default: Off
❐ The special modes are set by your service representative. If you want to use this function,
contact your service representative.
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Others
Maintaining Your Machine
Where to Put Your Machine
Do’s and Don’ts
Remarks
Use and Storage of Supplies
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Maintaining Your Machine
Maintaining Your Machine
If the exposure glass (platen glass), platen cover or document feeder belt is dirty, you
might not be able to make copies as you want. Clean them if you find them dirty.
Note
❐ Wipe the machine with a soft, damp cloth. Then wipe it with a dry cloth to remove
water.
❐ Do not use chemical cleaner or organic solvent, such as thinner or benzene. If they
get into the machine or melt plastic parts, a failure might occur.
❐ Do not clean parts other than those specified in this manual. Such parts should be
cleaned by your service representative.
Exposure Glass (Platen Glass)
TRSR130E
Platen Cover
TRSR140E
Document Feeder
TRSR150E
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Where to Put Your Machine
Where to Put Your Machine
Machine Environment
Your machine’s location should be carefully chosen because environmental conditions
greatly affect its performance.
Optimum environmental conditions
R CAUTION:
m
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. A fire or an electric
shock might occur.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples
over, it cause injury.
o
• If you use the machine in a confined space, make sure there is a continuous air turnover.
❐ Temperature: 10 – 32°C, 50 – 89.6°F (humidity to be 54% at 32°C, 89.6°F)
❐ Humidity: 15 – 80% (temperature to be 27°C, 80.6°F at 80%)
❐ A strong and level base.
❐ The machine must be level within 5mm, 0.2" both front to rear and left to right.
❐ To avoid possible build-up ozone, make sure to locate this machine in a large well
ventilated room that has an air turnover of more than 30m3/hr/person.
Environments to avoid
❐ Locations exposed to direct sunlight or strong light (more than 2,000 lux).
❐ Locations directly exposed to cool air from an air conditioner or heated air from a
heater. (Sudden temperature changes might cause condensation within the machine.)
❐ Places where the machine might be subjected to frequent strong vibration.
❐ Dusty areas.
❐ Areas with corrosive gases.
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Others
R CAUTION:
Where to Put Your Machine
Power Connection
R WARNING:
m
• Only connect the machine to the power source described on the
inside front cover of this manual.
R WARNING:
m
• Avoid multi-wiring.
• Do not damage, break or make any modifications to the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on it, pull it hard or bend it more than
necessary. These actions could cause an electric shock or fire.
• Do not plug or unplug the power cord with your hands wet. Otherwise, an electric shock might occur.
R WARNING:
o
• Make sure the wall outlet is near the machine and freely accessible
so that in event of an emergency it can be unplugged easily.
R CAUTION:
r
• When you move the machine, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet
to avoid fire or electric shock.
• When the machine will not be used for a long time, unplug the power
cord.
R CAUTION:
t
• When you pull out the plug from the socket, grip the plug to avoid damaging the cord and causing fire or electric shock.
• When the main power switch is in the Stand-by positions, the optional anti-condensation heaters are on. In case of emergency, unplug the machine’s power cord.
• When you unplug the power cord, the anti-condensation heaters turn off.
• Make sure the plug is firmly inserted in the outlet.
• Voltage must not fluctuate more than 10%.
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Where to Put Your Machine
Access to Machine
Place the machine near the power source, providing clearance as shown.
1
2
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
3
Rear:
Right:
Front:
Left:
more
more
more
more
than
than
than
than
10cm, 4.0"
37cm, 14.6"
70cm, 27.6"
40cm, 15.8"
Note
❐ For the required space when options are installed, please contact your service
representative.
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Others
TRSR120E
Do’s and Don’ts
Do’s and Don’ts
R CAUTION:
r
• When you move the machine, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet
to avoid fire or electric shock.
• When the machine will not be used for a long time, unplug the power
cord.
• Do not touch areas on or around the fusing unit. These areas get hot.
• After making copies continuously, you might feel the exposure glass is heated. But
this is not a malfunction.
• You might feel warm around the ventilation hole. This is caused by exhaust air, and
not a malfunction.
• Do not turn off the operation switch while copying. When turning off the operation
switch, make sure that copying is completed.
• The machine might fail to produce good copy images if there should occur condensation inside caused by temperature change.
• Do not open the covers of machine while copying. If you do, misfeeds might occur.
• Do not move the machine while copying.
• If you operate the machine improperly or a failure occurs on the machine, your
machine settings might be lost. Be sure to take a note of your machine settings.
• Supplier shall not be liable for any loss or damages resulting from a failure on the
machine, loss of machine settings, and use of the machine.
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Remarks
Remarks
Copier
❐ When copying from a colored original, the copier will scan the original 4 times for
one copy. Be careful not to move the original during the scanning process. If the
original is moved slightly, the colors (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) might not
combine properly.
❐ To avoid problems caused by curled copies, try turning over the paper stack in the
paper tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy paper with less curl.
❐ Load paper with the copy side down in the paper trays. If copies are curled, try
turning the copy paper over in the tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy
paper with less curl.
Others
❐ As a default setting, narrow margins on all four sides will not be copied as shown in
the illustration.
1:
2:
3:
4:
2±2mm, 0.08"±0.08"
2+2/–1.5mm, 0.08"+0.08"/–0.06"
2±2mm, 0.08"±0.08"
5±2mm, 0.2"±0.08"
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Use and Storage of Supplies
Use and Storage of Supplies
Copy Paper
❐ Copy paper of the types or in the conditions listed below are not recommended for
this copier.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Folded, curled, creased, or damaged paper
Torn paper
Perforated paper
Paper with conductive or low electrical resistance coating such as carbon or silver
coating
Thermal paper, art paper
Thin paper that has low stiffness
Damp paper
Wavy paper
Stapled paper
Translucent paper
❐ Fan copy paper and OHP transparencies to get air between the sheets before loading.
❐ Do not touch copy paper if your fingers are wet or oily; finger prints may appear on
the copy.
❐ Load paper with the copy side down in the paper trays. If copies are curled, try
turning the copy paper over in the tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy
paper with less curl.
❐ When copying on rough surface paper, the copy image may be light.
❐ When making two-sided copies, do not load paper in the paper tray to copy the
reverse side. Use the bypass tray. ☛ See page 36.
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Use and Storage of Supplies
❐ When setting paper thinner than 64g/m2, 17 lb or translucent paper in the paper
trays or bypass trays, set it as shown in the figure below. The paper is divided into
the vertical and horizontal types depending on the texture flow direction. If you set
thin paper or translucent paper in the reverse direction, a paper jam might occur.
Since A3, B4, 11" × 17", and 81/2" × 14" sizes of thin paper are set in the lengthwise
direction in this machine, they must be of the vertical type.
Texture flow
Setting paper in
the paper trays
Setting paper
in the bypass tray
Vertical
type
GCYOSI1E
Others
Horizontal
type
GCYOSI2E
Paper Storage
Paper should always be stored properly. Improperly stored paper might result in poor
image reproduction, creased copies, and paper misfeeds. Generally, avoid curling and
absorption of moisture.
❐ Avoid storing paper in humid areas. Under high temperature and high humidity, or
low temperature and low humidity conditions, store paper in a vinyl bag.
❐ Do not store paper where it will be exposed to heat.
❐ Store on a flat surface.
❐ Use older stock first.
❐ Do not lay heavy objects on paper.
❐ Keep open reams of paper in the package, and store as you would unopened paper.
Toner Storage
❐ Store in a cool, dark place.
❐ Never store toner where it will be exposed to heat.
❐ Do not lay heavy objects on toner container.
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Projector Unit
Operation
Projector Unit Operation
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Guide to Components
Guide to Components
4
3
2
1
5
6
12
7
11
8
9
10
TRSR0A0E
1. Power cord
Plug the power cord into a wall outlet.
2. Holder slot
Set the holder here.
3. Filter slot
Insert the P or N filter here.
4. Film cover
To protect the slots from dust, close it
when you are not using the projector.
5. Mirror unit release lever
Slide this to the left when opening the
mirror unit.
6. Focusing lever
Adjusting the focus with this lever
when you make copies from a glass
mount film.
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7. Power switch
Switches the power on or off.
8. Mirror unit
Reflects the light from the projector
to the copier.
9. Fresnel lens
Pull this up when setting film on the
exposure glass.
10. Lens cover
To protect the lens from dust, close it
when you are not using the projector.
11. Accessory box
Accessories should be stored here.
12. Holder lever
Use to set the holder into the holder
slot.
Guide to Components
1
2
6
N
P
3
4
5
TRSR0B0E
1. Lock levers
Use to fix the film after setting it in the holder.
Projector Unit
Operation
2. Film holders
Set 35 mm film in one of these holders.
• Slide holder: Set mounted positive films in this holder. (This holder is covered
with glass.)
• Film strip holder: Set negative or positive strip film and base film here.
• Glass mount film holder: Set the positive glass mount films in this holder. (This
holder is covered with glass.)
3. Slide mount
Use to make a base film slide.
4. Base film slides
Use them when performing shading with Nagative film.
5. Filters (P = Positive, N = Negative)
One of them should be set in the filter slot.
6. Blower brush
Use to clean the lens or glass.
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Guide to Components
Film position sheet
Use a duplicate of this sheet to place the film
in the correct position on the exposure glass.
Make a copy from the original sheet, cut
around the surrounding margin on the dotted
lines, and cut away the center part corresponding to the size of the film to be copied.
Keep the original film position sheet.
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Before Operating projector
Before Operating the Projector
Available Films and Setting
Film type/size
Slide film
holder
Slide strip
holder
Glass mount
film Holder
Exposure glass
(platen glass)
35mm mount film
앪
✕
✕
✕
35mm glass mount film
✕
✕
앪
✕
35mm strip film
✕
앪
✕
앪
60 × 45mm
✕
✕
✕
앪
60 × 60mm
✕
✕
✕
앪
60 × 70mm
✕
✕
✕
앪
60 × 80mm
✕
✕
✕
앪
60 × 90mm
✕
✕
✕
앪
6 × 6cm
✕
✕
✕
앪
4" × 5" (101.6 × 127mm)
✕
✕
✕
앪
Maximum size
(140 × 210mm, 5.5" × 8.2")
✕
✕
✕
앪
Projector Unit
Operation
Setting location
Note
❐ Do not use the same film for more than 30 minutes.
❐ Do not store film in rooms where the temperature is more than 30°C, 86°F.
❐ For valuable images, we recommend copying from duplicates.
❐ When using a film strip, be sure to take it out from the film protection sheet.
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Before Operating projector
About Copying
When setting mount films and strip films in the film holders
Mount films
(using the slide holder)
Area of film that can
be copied
Strip films
(using the film strip holder)
21.5mm
0.8"
23mm
0.9"
33mm
1.2"
34mm
1.3"
GCFPRE1E
Copy size
(copying full size)
GCFPRE2E
133mm
5.2"
124mm
4.8"
200mm
7.8"
195mm
7.6"
GCFPRE4E
GCFPRE3E
When setting wide films with the film position sheets
Narrow margins on all four sides will not be copied as shown in the illustration.
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Film size
A
B
60 × 45mm
61.3mm
48mm
60 × 60mm
61.3mm
64mm
60 × 70mm
61.3mm
77mm
60 × 80mm
61.3mm
84mm
60 × 90mm
61.3mm
93mm
4" × 5"
99.6mm
125mm
Maximum
142mm
210mm
Before Operating projector
Notes for Operation
❐ First, you must perform shading to get the projector to register the condition of the
film. This way, the projector can adjust the light intensity automatically while copying.
❐ If you press the Clear Modes key or [Cancel] key while using Projector function,
all operations with the Projector will be canceled.
❐ You can adjust the color tone and color density manually.
❐ This projector has an automatic focus function, but if you use the glass mount film
holder, adjust the focus manually.
❐ Do not forget to turn off the power switch of the projector when you are not using it.
❐ Do not obstruct the light path from the projector. If the light path is obstructed, the
image might not match the original.
❐ This shading adjustment is very sensitive, so after the shading operation the mirror
unit must be left perfectly still. Do not move it or allow vibrations to interfere with it.
If this happens during copying, lines might appear on the copy. In that case, you
must perform shading again.
❐ If you need to open and close the doors (to clear a jam or add toner), we recommend that you perform shading again afterwards.
Projector Unit
Operation
❐ Avoid multi-wiring.
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How to Copy from Film
How to Copy from Film
The outline procedure for making copies is given below. Refer to the rest of this section for details of each step.
� Position the projector. ☛ See page 153.
∨
� Prepare the film. ☛ See page 154.
∨
� Select the film type and perform shading. ☛ See page 158.
∨
� Adjust color, density, and focus. ☛ See page 171.
∨
� Select modes. ☛ See page 175.
∨
� Press the Start key.
∨
� Choose next job. ☛ See page 176.
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Positioning the Projector
Positioning the Projector
Note
❐ Do not touch the fresnel lens or the glass on the mirror unit. Fingerprints or dirty
parts might appear on the copy. If the fresnel lens becomes dirty, wipe it. ☛ See
page 180.
1 Plug the projector into the wall outlet.
on the main switch of the projec2 Turn
tor.
the platen cover or the ducument
3 Lift
feeder and lower the projector lens
1
cover.
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1. Lens cover
the mirror unit so that the unit’s
4 Place
position holes fit over the projector’s
1
Note
❐ Please be careful not to scratch the
exposure glass when setting the mirror unit on it.
Projector Unit
Operation
positioning pins.
2
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1. Mirror unit
2. Positioning pins
the mirror unit release lever in
5 Slide
the direction of the arrow and open
1
the mirror unit cover.
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1. Mirror unit release lever
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Preparing the Film
Preparing the Film
Check this table to find out the key you should use for your film type.
Key To
Select
Filter
Base
Film
Positioning
Sheet
Slide
(Mount)
“P”
(Positive Filter)
✕
✕
Slide Holder
Positive
- 35mm
Slide
(Glass
Mount)
“P”
(Positive Filter)
✕
✕
Glass Mount
Film Holder
Positive
- 35mm
Strip Film
“P”
(Positive Filter)
✕
✕
Film Strip
Holder
Positive
- 35mm
Strip Film
“N”
(Negative Filter)
앪
✕
Film Strip
Holder
Negative
- 35mm
Positive
“P”
(Positive Filter)
✕
앪
✕
(Place on the
exposure glass)
Positive
- Special
sizes
Negative
“N”
(Negative Filter)
앪
앪
✕
(Place on the
exposure glass)
Negative
- Special
sizes
Film Type
Positive
Holder
35mm
Negative
Others
Max. Size:
142 × 210mm
5.5" × 8.2
Note
❐ When performing shading, you must set a filter that matches that type of film you
will copy.
❐ Use an “N” filter for Negative films and a “P” filter for Positive films.
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Preparing the Film
Selecting the Base Film (If Needed)
Note
❐ When you use negative film for copying, use that film’s appropriate base film for
shading.
the manufacture, model
1 Confirm
name, and ASA rating of the film you
want to use.
a base film suitable for the film
2 Select
to copy.
Note
❐ The following base film slides have been prepared as accessories.
• For FUJICOLOR (registered trademark of FUJI PHOTO COMPANY LIMITED.)
• For AGFA (registered trademark of AGFAGEVAERT AG.)
• For KODAK (registered trademark of EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY.)
❐ If you use film that does not have suitable base film, you should make the base film
yourself. ☛ See page 178.
the film strip holder and set the
3 Open
base film in the film strip holder.
❐ There is no difference between both
sides of the base film.
Projector Unit
Operation
Note
❐ The base film must be set sideways
in the strip holder.
1
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4
1: Base film
Close the holder and lock it as shown
in the illustration.
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Preparing the Film
Setting Films in the Holder (If Needed)
Check which type of holder you should use. ☛ See page 154.
Slide Holder/Glass Mount Film Holder
Note
❐ The slide holder is covered with glass. Set the mount films in the slide holder.
❐ The glass mount film holder is not covered with the glass. Set the glass mount films
(covered by glass) in the glass mount film holder.
❐ Positive films are usually set in a slide mount or glass mount. If you use positive film
not set in a mount, set it in the film strip holder. ☛ See below.
the cover of the slide holder or
1 Open
glass mount film holder, and set the
slides in the holder one by one.
Note
❐ Set the front side of the film face down
when setting in the slide holder or
glass mount film holder.
❐ When setting in the slide holder, make
sure that all slides are aligned with the
glass of the slide holder cover.
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2 Close the holder and lock it.
Film Strip Holder
Note
❐ Negative film usually come in stripes.
❐ Follow this procedure for positive strip film as well.
the film strip holder. Put the
1 Open
front side of the film face down and
set it in the film strip holder.
Note
❐ When setting film, leave the base film
in the film strip holder. This is convenient when performing shading again.
1
2
5
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1. Back
2. Front
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Preparing the Film
2 Adjust the position of the film.
Note
❐ Do not touch the image parts of the
film when adjusting.
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3 Close the film strip holder and lock it .
Cutting the Film Position Sheet (If Needed)
If you do not use the holders and position the film on the exposure glass, a positioning
sheet is required.
Projector Unit
Operation
Make a copy of one of the positioning sheet originals and use it to make your own
sheet. Cut a hole the size of the film from the center of the copy, then crop the sheet by
cutting around the dotted lines.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
The procedures are different depending on the type of film.
1 Press the
Projector key.
the projector, then press the
2 Position
# key.
Reference
❐ Positioning the projector, ☛ see
page 153.
the film type with the Number
3 Select
keys, then press the # key.
the film size with the Number
4 Select
keys, then press the # key.
the shading procedure
5 Follow
appropriate to your film type – see
below.
Film type
Positive
Negative
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Film size
35mm
Special Sizes
35mm
Special Sizes
Go to page…
Page 159.
Page 161.
Page 164.
Page 167.
Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
Positive—35mm (Slide Holder/Mount Film Holder/Film Strip
Holder)
the film cover and insert the “P”
1 Open
(Positive) filter firmly in the left slot as
shown in the illustration. Then press
the # key.
1
Note
❐ Be careful to insert the filter as shown,
not the other way around.
❐ Before going to the next step, make
sure that fresnel lens is lowered in
position.
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1. Filter
2 To perform shading, press the
# key.
Note
❐ The machine will start shading automatically.
Projector Unit
Operation
3 Set the film (slide or strip) in the holder.
Reference
❐ Regarding setting the film, ☛ see
page 156.
pressing the holder lever to the
4 While
left, insert the holder in the right slot.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
the holder by sliding it up and
5 Adjust
down to position the correct frame for
copying.Then press the # key.
2
1
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needed, adjust the color, density, or
6 Iffocus.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 171.
7 If needed, select the copier modes.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 175.
8 Press the
Start key.
9 Choose your next job.
Reference
❐ For details,☛ see page 176.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
Positive—Special Sizes
the “P” (Positive filter) in the
1 Insert
left slot as shown in the illustration.
Then press the # key.
Note
❐ Be careful to insert the filter as shown,
not the other way around.
1
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the positioning sheet to match the
2 Cut
film size.
1: Filter
Reference
❐ Regarding the positioning sheet, ☛
See page 157.
the positioning sheet under the
3 Place
mirror unit (on the exposure glass).
Note
❐ Place the marked corner of the film
position sheet at the rear left corner
of the exposure glass.
Projector Unit
Operation
Then press the # key.
1
❐ Before going to the next step, make
sure that the fresnel lens is lowered
in position.
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1. Positioning sheet
4 To perform shading, press the
# key.
Note
❐ The machine will start shading automatically.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
the film size (1 - 8) using the
5 Select
Number keys. Then press the #
key.
No.
Film Size
1
60 × 45mm
2
60 × 60mm
3
60 × 70mm
4
60 × 80mm
5
60 × 90mm
6
6 × 6cm
7
4" × 5" (101.6 × 127mm)
8
Maximum size
(142 × 210mm or 5.5" × 8.2")
the fresnel lens, place the film in6 Lift
side the film position sheet, and lower
the fresnel lens. Then press the #
key.
Note
❐ Place the film face down.
❐ If the film is curled, the copy image
might be out of focus. In this case,
make the cutout film position sheet a
little smaller than the film size and use
it to hold the film down.
1
2
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7
If needed, adjust the color, density, or
focus.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 171.
8 If needed, select the copier modes.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 175.
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1. Fresnel lens
2. Film
Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
9 Press the
Start key.
0 Choose your next job.
Projector Unit
Operation
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 176.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
Negative—35mm (Film Strip Holder)
Insert the “N” (Negative) filter in the
1 left
slot as shown in the illustration.
Then press the # key.
Note
❐ Be careful to insert the filter as shown,
not the other way around.
1
❐ Before going to the next step, make
sure that the fresnel lens is lowered
in position.
2 Set the base film in the holder.
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1: Filter
Reference
❐ Regarding setting the base film, ☛ see
page 155.
the film cover and while press3 Open
ing the holder lever to the left, insert
film strip holder the right slot.
Insert the holder until the ★ mark is
4 placed
as shown in the illustration.
Then press the # key.
1
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1: Holder lever
5 To perform shading, press the
# key.
Note
❐ The machine will start shading automatically.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
out the film strip holder with the
6 Pull
base film.
7 Set the film in the holder.
Reference
❐ Regarding setting the film, ☛ see
page 156.
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pressing the holder lever to the
8 While
left, insert the holder in the right slot.
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the holder by sliding it up and
9 Adjust
down to position the correct frame for
Projector Unit
Operation
copying. Then press the # key.
2
1
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needed, adjust the color, density, or
0 Iffocus.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 171.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
! If needed, select the copier modes.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 175.
@ Press the
Start key.
# Choose your next job.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 176.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
Negative—Special Sizes
the “N” (Negative) filter in the
1 Insert
left slot as shown in the illustration.
Then press the # key.
Note
❐ Be careful to insert the filter as shown,
not the other way around.
1
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1: Filter
the positioning sheet to match the
2 Cut
film size.
Reference
❐ Regarding the positioning sheet, ☛
see page 157.
the positioning sheet under the
3 Place
mirror unit (on the exposure glass).
Note
❐ Place the marked corner of the film
position sheet at the rear left corner
of the exposure glass.
Projector Unit
Operation
Then press the # key.
1
❐ Before going to the next step, make
sure that the fresnel lens is lowered
in position.
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1. Positioning sheet
the base film in the film strip
4 Set
holder.
Reference
❐ Regarding setting the base film, ☛ see
page 155.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
the film cover and while press5 Open
ing the holder lever to the left, insert
the film strip holder in the right slot.
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Insert the holder until the ★ mark is
6 placed
as shown in the illustration.
Then press the # key.
1
TRSR0J0E
7 To perform shading, press the
# key.
Note
❐ The machine will start shading.
out the film strip holder with the
8 Pull
base film. Then press the # key.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
the film size (1 - 8) using the
9 Select
Number keys. Then press the #
key.
No.
Film Size
1
60 × 45mm
2
60 × 60mm
3
60 × 70mm
4
60 × 80mm
5
60 × 90mm
6
6 × 6cm
7
4" × 5" (101.6 × 127mm)
8
Maximum size
(142 × 210mm or 5.5" × 8.2")
the fresnel lens, place the film in0 Lift
side the positioning sheet, and lower
Note
❐ Place the film face down.
❐ If the film is curled, the copy image
may be out of focus. In this case,
make the cut out film position sheet a
little smaller than the film size and use
it to hold the film down.
Projector Unit
Operation
the fresnel lens. Then press the #
key.
1
2
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1: Fresnel lens
2: Film
needed, adjust the color, density, or
! Iffocus.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 171.
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Selecting the Film Type and Perform Shading
@ If needed, select the copier modes.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 175.
# Press the
Start key.
$ Choose your next job.
Reference
❐ For details, ☛ see page 176.
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Adjusting Color, Density and Focus
Adjusting Color, Density and Focus
After shading, you can adjust the color tone, image density, or manual focusing.
Note
❐ When setting the glass mount film holder, manual focus adjustment is required.
❐ You can adjust the focus manually for 35 mm film only.
Color Tones in Film Scanning
Use these modes when you want to adjust the overall color tone of copies. Also use
these modes when you use negative film, because the color tone of copies varies with
the film brand. You can adjust the tone of copies by adjusting Cyan, Magenta, and
Yellow (three basic colors).
Notes on Color Tone Adjustments
❐ If the color balance differs slightly from your image, you can also change the tones
with the Color Balance Adjustment (☛ See page 88) function.
❐ If dark parts are too black, change the U.C.R. adjustment to level 3 (default = level
5). ☛ See page 91.
❐ Density can be set not only with this display, but also with Image Density Adjustment. However, when adjusting for the projector, we recommend you adjust the
image density with this display.
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Projector Unit
Operation
Density Adjustment
Adjusting Color, Density and Focus
Adjusting the Color Tone/Brightness Using Negative Film
❐ When you copy negative film, adjust the color tone (density of yellow, magenta, and
cyan) and brightness (quantity of light) according to the table below. However,
even when you use the same type of film, you must use different settings depending on the way the original picture is taken or developed. If you cannot make copies
as you want, perform adjustment.
❐ You can also use the “Color Balance Adjustment” function of the copier to correct
slight color difference. ☛ See page 88.
♦ The following table uses these values to indicate the color tone and brightness
levels (the crosshatched values (
) are the default settings):
Yellow (Y)
Lighter
← 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
→ Darker
Magenta (M)
Lighter
← 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
→ Darker
Cyan (C)
Lighter
← 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
→ Darker
Density
Lighter
← 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
→ Darker
Manufacturer
FUJI COLOR
SUPER G ACE *3 SUPER V *4 SUPER G *5 REALA ACE *6
GOLD *7
Film type
ISO sensitivity 100 400 800
100
200
800
100 200 400
Y
5
5
5
4
3
5
4
5
5
Color
M
5
5
5
5
5
6
7
7
6
C
5
5
5
3
3
5
6
6
5
Density *1
6
4
5
6
5
4
5
4
5
Density *2
5
3
4
5
4
3
4
3
4
Manufacturer
Film type
ISO sensitivity
Y
Color
M
C
Density *1
Density *2
LV *10
100
200
3
3
6
5
5
4
5
5
4
4
Konica
COLOR JX *11
100 200M 400
4
5
5
7
4
5
5
4
3
6
5
5
5
4
4
Kodak
ROYAL GOLD *8
100
400
5
5
7
5
6
5
5
5
4
4
GOLD *9
800
5
6
5
5
4
AGFA
COLOR HDC *12
100
200
400
4
6
8
5
6
5
5
5
2
5
4
5
4
3
4
• Density *1 should be used when film is set in the film holder.
• Density *2 should be used when film is set on the exposure glass (platen glass).
*3, *4, *5, *6:
*7, *8, *9:
*10, *11:
*12:
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These products are registered trademarks of Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
These products are registered trademarks of Kodak Ltd.
These products are registered trademarks of Konica Corporation.
This product is a registered trademark of Agfa Gevaert AG.
Adjusting Color, Density and Focus
1 If you want to adjust the color tone or
image density, select “1” with the
Number keys, then press the # key.
the level (1 - 9) for Yellow with
2 Select
the Number key, then press the #
key.
Note
❐ Y means Yellow, M means Magenta,
and C means Cyan.
Level
Density
1
Lighter
←
←
5
9
Darker
3 Repeat step 2 for Magenta and Cyan.
Projector Unit
Operation
the density level, then press the
4 Select
# key.
film type is 35mm and you want
5 Iftoyour
adjust focus manually, select 1 with
the Number keys, then press the #
key.
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Adjusting Color, Density and Focus
a blank piece of white paper un6 Place
der the mirror unit, then press the #
key.
the focus with the focusing le7 Adjust
ver, then press the # key.
Note
❐ After copying, return the focusing lever to the center.
1
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1: Focusing lever
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Selecting Modes
Selecting Modes
You can select copier modes with the projector.
❐ Regarding the modes that cannot be selected with the projector, ☛ see page 96.
1 After shading, select the modes.
Note
❐ This operation is the same as that described in the “Copying” chapter.
Start key.
Projector Unit
Operation
2 Press the
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Choosing Next Job
Choosing Next Job
After copying, you can select the next job:
• Continue:
You can copy the same film again, or you can copy another film which is of the
same type.
• Retry (Color/Density):
You can adjist the color tone, image density, or adjust the focus manually.
• Retry (Shading):
If the mirror unit is moved, or if some lines appear on the copy, you can perform
shading again.
• Select film type:
You can change the type of film.
• End job:
You can finish using the projector, ☛ see page 177.
sure that the “1” is selected, then
1 Make
press the # key.
Note
❐ If you want to finish using the projector, select “2” with the Number keys,
then press the # key.
your next job with the Num2 Select
ber keys, then press the # key.
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Exiting Projector Mode
Exiting Projector Mode
“2” with the Number
1 Select
then press the # key.
keys,
the mirror unit to its original
2 Replace
position.
Note
❐ Be careful not to touch the fresnel
lens. If you do touch it, clean it. ☛ See
page 180.
the holders, filters, and other
3 Return
accessories to the accessory box.
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4 Close the lens cover.
5 Turn off the power switch.
Projector Unit
Operation
Note
❐ Though the power switch is turned off,
the cooling fan may be still working.
Therefore, please wait a few moments
before unplugging the power cord.
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What to do if Something Goes Wrong
What to do if Something Goes Wrong
1. If the color balance is not right
❐ If the color density leans to red or blue, or isn’t properly balanced, perform the color
density adjustment, and the color balance adjustments for Yellow, Magenta, and
Cyan. ☛ See page 88.
2. If the film you want to copy does
not match the types of base film
included.
❐ If you do not plan on copying from this
type of film often, use an unexposed
frame of the same film strip, if available, when performing shading.
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❐ If you plan on copying from this type
of film often, make a base slide using
an unexposed, developed frame of
the film.
1
2
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❐ If you have no blank unexposed frame
of the same type of film, you can use
an unexposed frame from film produced by the same company, but the
colors might differ a bit.
1: Unexposed part
2: Mount
3. If the copy image is out of focus.
❐ Check if the image on the film is focused or not. If it is, make sure the film is
correctly set in the holder.
❐ If you reset the film correctly in the holder and the image is still out of focus, or if
you use a different image, and the copy image is out of focus in every case, please
call your service representative.
❐ You can adjust the focus manually with the focusing lever. ☛ See page 171.
4. If the edge of the original image does not appear on the copy.
❐ Check the size of the area that can be copied. ☛ See page 150.
❐ When setting film in the holder, be sure to position the desired frame properly.
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What to do if Something Goes Wrong
❐ To extend the area that can be copied, use the glass mount film holder and focus
manually.
5. If the projection lamp does not light.
❐ If the projection lamp does not light and a service message appears on the screen,
the lamp might be burned out. In this case, please call you service representative.
6. If you move the mirror unit.
❐ Perform the shading operation once again.
7. If lines appear on the copy.
❐ Perform the shading operation again.
❐ Some possible causes are:
1. A long time has passed since shading.
2. Many copies were made since shading and the mirror unit has moved due to
copier operation.
3. Someone might have leaned on the machine or put something on it.
❐ If copying from negative film, thin black lines might-appear on the lighter part of the
copy, even after shading.
8. Black lines appear on the edge.
❐ These lines are shadows caused by the film holder and cannot be eliminated.
❐ The ring pattern is present on the film itself, and the machine is sensitive enough to
pick it up. Try to change the film setting direction. Adjusting the focusing lever so
that the image is slightly out of focus will eliminate most of the pattern.
❐ Also, try the following:
• Open and close the film cover.
• Slide the film in the holder a bit.
• Turn the film around in the holder. (Do not flip it over.)
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Projector Unit
Operation
9. If a ring pattern appears on the copy.
Daily Maintenance
Daily Maintenance
Exterior
Wipe with a dry soft cloth.
Lens
Blow off any dust using the blower brush. If there are fingerprints on the lens, wipe
them with a soft cloth.
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Film Holder
Blow off any dust using the blower brush. If there are fingerprints on the glass, wipe
with a soft cloth.
Holder Slot
Blow off any dust using the blower brush.
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Daily Maintenance
Mirror Unit
Blow off any dust using the blower brush. If there are fingerprints on the glass, wipe
with a soft cloth.
Projector Unit
Operation
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Specification
Specifications
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Mainframe
Mainframe
Configuration:
Desktop
Process:
Dry electrostatic transfer system
Resolution:
400 dpi
Gradations:
256 gradations
Originals:
Sheet, book, objects
Original size:
Maximum: A3, 11" × 17"
Copy paper size:
Trays:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, A5l, 11" × 17"l,
81/2" × 14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/2" × 11"pl,
51/2" × 81/2"l
Bypass tray: ☛See page 36.
Copy paper weight: Trays:
64 - 105g/m2, 17 - 28 lb
Bypass tray (Simplex): 52 - 160g/m2, 14 - 43 lb
Bypass tray (Duplex): 64 - 160g/m2, 17 - 43 lb
(When you use paper heavier than 104.7g/m2, 28 lb, use the
bypass tray and select Thick Paper mode.)
Copy paper capacity: Tray: 500 sheets
Bypass tray: 50 sheets
Copying speed
(Full size):
Full color (4 colors):
Standard mode
OHP/Thick paper mode
A4p, 81/2" × 11"p
6 copies/minute
3 copies/minute
A3l, 11" × 17"l
3 copies/minute
1.5 copies/minute
Black, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan:
Standard mode
OHP/Thick paper mode
A4p, 81/2" × 11"p
21 copies/minute
5 copies/minute
A3l, 11" × 17"l
11 copies/minute
2.5 copies/minute
Blue (Magenta + Cyan), Green (Yellow + Cyan):
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Standard mode
OHP/Thick paper mode
A4p, 81/2" × 11"p
9 copies/minute
4 copies/minute
A3l, 11" × 17"l
4.5 copies/minute
2 copies/minute
Mainframe
Red (Yellow + Magenta):
Standard mode
OHP/Thick paper mode
A4p, 81/2" × 11"p
7 copies/minute
3.5 copies/minute
A3l, 11" × 17"l
3.5 copies/minute
1.5 copies/minute
Black + Yellow, Black + Magenta, Black + Cyan:
Standard mode
OHP/Thick paper mode
A4p, 81/2" × 11"p
7 copies/minute
3.5 copies/minute
A3l, 11" × 17"l
3.5 copies/minute
1.5 copies/minute
First copy time:
Standard mode
Black, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan
OHP/Thick paper mode
22 seconds or less 35 seconds or less
8 seconds or less 23 seconds or less
Blue (Magenta + Cyan)
16 seconds or less 27 seconds or less
Full colors (4 colors)
Green (Yellow + Cyan)
Red (Yollow + Magenta)
Black + Yellow
16 seconds or less 27 seconds or less
16 seconds or less 27 seconds or less
Black + Magenta
Black + Cyan
(A4p, 81/2" × 11"p, when setting an original on the exposure glass and
full size copying)
Non-reproduction area: Leading edge: 5±2mm, 0.2" ±0.08"
Trailing edge: 2+2/–1.5mm, 0.08"+0.08"/–0.06"
Side:
2±2mm, 0.08" ±0.08"
(Total 4mm, 0.16" or less)
Warm-up time:
Specification
Toner replenishment: Cartridge (220g/cartridge)
About 7 minutes (20°C, 68°F)
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Mainframe
Reproduction ratios: 5 enlargement and 7 reduction
Enlargement
Full size
Reduction
Power consumption:
Metric version
Inch version
400%
400%
200%
200%
141%
155%
122%
129%
115%
121%
100%
100%
93%
93%
82%
85%
75%
78%
71%
73%
65%
65%
50%
50%
25%
25%
Copier only
Full system*
Warm up
1.3kW
1.3kW
Stand-by
0.4kW
0.4kW
Copying
1.1kW
1.1kW
Maximum
less than 1.5kW
less than 1.5kW
* Full system: Mainframe with the document feeder, 20-bin sorter stapler
and 1500-sheet tray unit.
Noise Emission:
Sound pressure level (The measurements are made according
to ISO 7779 at the operator position.)
Copier only
Stand-by
less than 38.5dB (A)
Copying
less than 55dB (A)
Sound power level
(The measurements are made according to ISO 7779.)
Copier only
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Stand-by
less than 55dB (A)
Copying
less than 69dB (A)
Mainframe
Dimensions (W✕D✕H up to the exposure glass):
620 ✕ 680 ✕ 602mm, 24.5" ✕ 26.8" ✕ 23.8"
Weight:
Approx.
105kg, 231.5 lb
Specification
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Document Feeder (Option)
Document Feeder (Option)
Original Feed:
Automatic reverse document feed - ARDF mode
Automatic document feed - ADF mode
Semi-automatic document feed - SADF mode
Original size:
A3 l - B6pl (B6pl cannot be used in ARDF mode)
11" ✕ 17"l - 51/2" ✕ 81/2"pl
Original weight:
SADF mode, ADF mode:
40 - 128g/m2, 11 - 34 lb
ARDF mode:
52 - 105g/m2, 14 - 28 lb
(For 40 - 52g/m2, 11 - 14 lb originals, use Thin Paper mode.)
Maximum number of
originals to be set:
50 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Original set:
Face up, First sheet on top
Original transport:
One flat belt
Maximum power
consumption:
45W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Weight:
Less than 10.5kg, 23.2 lb
Dimensions:
610 ✕ 507 ✕ 130mm, 24.1" ✕ 20.0" ✕ 5.2"
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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20-bin Sorter Stapler (Option)
20-bin Sorter Stapler (Option)
Number of bins:
20 bins + proof tray
Paper size for bins
(Normal paper mode): Sort/Stack:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, 11" × 17"l, 10" × 14l", 81/2" ×
14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/4" × 13"l, 81/2" × 11"pl, 12" × 18"l
Staple:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, 11" × 17"l, 10" × 14"l, 81/2" ×
14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/4" × 13"l, 81/2" × 11"pl
Paper weight for bins: 52g/m2 - 157g/m2, 14 - 42 lb
Bin capacity
(Normal paper mode): Sort:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 30 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 25 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Stack:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 25 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 20 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Stapler capacity
(Normal paper mode): 30 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Proof tray capacity:
100 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Maximum power
consumption:
35W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Weight:
20.5kg, 45.2 lb
Dimensions:
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
430 ✕ 570 ✕ 680mm, 17.0" ✕ 22.5" ✕ 26.8"
Specification
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10-bin Sorter Stapler (Option)
10-bin Sorter Stapler (Option)
Number of bins:
10 bins + proof tray
Paper size for bins:
Sort/Stack:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, 11" × 17"l, 10" × 14l", 81/2" ×
14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/4" × 13"l, 81/2" × 11"pl
Staple:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, 11" × 17"l, 10" × 14l", 81/2" ×
14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/4" × 13"l, 81/2" × 11"pl
Paper weight for bins: 52g/m2 - 157g/m2, 14 - 42 lb
Bin capacity:
Sort:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 30 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 25 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Stack:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 25 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 20 copies (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Stapler capacity:
20 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Proof tray capacity:
100 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Maximum power
consumption:
33W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Weight:
12.4kg, 27.4 lb
Dimensions:
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
381 ✕ 548 ✕ 443mm, 15.0" ✕ 21.6" ✕ 17.5"
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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3-bin Sorter (Option)
3-bin Sorter (Option)
Number of bins:
3 bins
Paper size for bins:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, A5pl, B6l, A6l, 11" ×
17"l, 10" × 14l", 81/2" × 14"l, 81/2" × 13"l, 81/4" × 13"l,
81/2" × 11"pl, 51/2" × 81/2"l, 12" × 18"l
Paper weight for bins: Face-up:
1st bin:
52 - 160g/m2, 14 - 42 lb
2nd and 3rd bins: 52 - 105g/m2, 14 - 28 lb
Face-down: 64 - 105g/m2, 17 - 28 lb
Bin capacity
(Normal paper mode): 1st bin:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 500 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 250 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
2nd and 3rd bins:
A4, 81/2" × 11" or smaller: 250 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
B4, 81/2" × 13" or larger: 125 sheets (80g/m2, 20 lb)
Maximum power
consumption:
30W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Weight:
Less than 14kg, 30.9 lb
Dimensions:
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
361 ✕ 483 ✕ 427mm, 14.3" ✕ 19.1" ✕ 16.9"
Specification
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1000-sheet Tray Unit (Option)
1500-sheet Tray Unit (Option)
1000-sheet Tray Unit (Option)
Copy paper weight: 64 - 105g/m2, 17 - 28 lb
Available paper size:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, A5l, 11" × 17"l, 81/2" × 14"l,
81/2" × 11"pl, 51/2" × 81/2"l
Maximum power
consumption:
50W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Paper capacity:
500 sheets × 2 trays
Dimensions:
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
620 ✕ 680 ✕ 390mm, 24.5" ✕ 26.8" ✕ 15.4"
Weight:
Approx. 32kg, 70.6 lb
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1500-sheet Tray Unit (Option)
Copy paper weight: 64 - 105g/m2, 17 - 28 lb
Available paper size:
A3l, B4l, A4pl, B5pl, A5l, 11" × 17"l, 81/2" × 14"l,
81/2" × 11"pl, 51/2" × 81/2"l
Maximum power
consumption:
50W (Power is supplied from the main frame.)
Paper capacity:
500 sheets × 3 trays
Dimensions:
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
620 ✕ 680 ✕ 390mm, 24.5" ✕ 26.8" ✕ 15.4"
Weight:
Approx. 37kg, 81.6 lb
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Projector Unit (Option)
Projector Unit (Option)
Acceptable film types: Type:
Size:
Positive film, Negative film
35mm
Others:
60 ✕ 45mm, 60 ✕ 60mm, 60 ✕ 70mm,
60 ✕ 80mm, 60 ✕ 90mm, 4" ✕ 5"
Max:
142 ✕ 210mm, 5.5" ✕ 8.2"
Mount: Yes (Up to 5 frames can be set in a film holder.)
Strip:
Yes (A series of 6 frames can be set in a film holder.)
Focusing:
Fixed/Manual
Maximum power
consumption:
70W
Weight:
Projector:
Approx. 7.9kg, 17.5 lb
Mirror unit: Approx. 2.7kg, 6.0 lb
Dimensions :
(W ✕ D ✕ H)
Remarks:
Projector:
300 ✕ 442 ✕ 212mm, 11.9" ✕ 17.5" ✕ 8.4"
Mirror unit: 298 ✕ 232 ✕ 50mm, 11.8" ✕ 9.2" ✕ 2.0"
The holder is required for installation.
Specification
❐ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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INDEX
2 Sided → 1 Sided, 65
D
A
A.C.S. Sensitivity Level, 92
Access to Machine, 139
Adding Staples, 111
Adding Toner, 106
Auto Reduce / Enlarge, 43
Auto Separation Sensitivity Level, 92
Auto Start, 46
Auto Text/Photo mode, 31
Auto color selection mode, 27
Auto image density, 25
Auto paper select, 35
B
Background Density, 91
Basic Operation, 24
Behind cover, 2
Black Copy mode, 28
Book → 1 Sided, 63
Bypass tray, 3, 36
Directional Magnification (%), 55
Directional Size
Magnification (inch), 57
Do’s and Don’ts, 140
E
Energy Saver mode, 13, 44
Exposure glass (platen glass), 2
F
Finishing, 80
Front & Back Covers, 71
Front Cover, 69
Full Color Copy mode, 27
I
Image Adjustment, 91
Image Creation, 77
Image Density, 25
Interrupt Copying, 45
C
Centering, 60
Changing Paper Size, 116
Check Modes, 50
Clearing Misfeeds, 108
Color Balance, 88
Color Balance Adjustment, 88
Color Balance Program, 89
Color Conversion, 73
Color Creation, 73
Color Erase, 75
Color Mode, 27
Combination Chart, 96
Combine, 67
Combined auto and
manual image density, 26
Contrast, 91
Copy Paper Size, 35
Copy tray, 2
Counter, 50
Cover Sheet, 69
L
Loading Paper, 104
M
Machine Environment, 137
Machine Exterior, 2
Main power switch, 2, 12
Maintaining Your Machine, 136
Manual image density, 25
Manual paper select, 35
Margin Adjustment, 61
Mirror, 77
O
Options, 4
Operation panel, 2, 6
Operation switch, 2, 12
Original Image Type, 31
Originals, 14
195
P
T
Panel Display, 8
Paper Storage, 143
Paper tray, 2
Pastel, 91
Photo mode, 33
Platen cover, 2
Positive/Negative, 79
Power Connection, 138
Preset R/E, 51
Program, 47
Projector Unit Operation, 145
Text mode, 32
Toner Storage, 143
Twin Color mode, 29
R
Reduce/Enlarge, 51
Remarks, 141
Removing Jammed Staples, 113
Removing the Platen Cover, 22
Right covers, 3
U
U.C.R. Adjustment, 91
Use and Storage of Supplies, 142
User Tools, 119
User Tools Menu, 121
User codes, 13
V
Ventilation holes, 3
W
Where to Put Your Machine, 137
Z
S
Safety Information, iii
Series Copies, 63
Setting Non-standard Sized
Originals, 20
Setting Originals of Different Sizes
in the Document Feeder, 19
Setting Originals on the Exposure
Glass (Platen Glass), 15
Setting a Stack of Originals in the
Document Feeder, 16
Setting one Original at a Time in
the Document Feeder, 17
Sharp/Soft, 91
Shifting the Image, 60
Single Color mode, 28
Sort, 80
Special Original mode, 34
Specification, 183
Stack, 82
Staple, 84
Starting the Machine, 12
Stopper, 2
196
Zoom, 53
UE USA A258
RICOH COMPANY, LTD.
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Telephone: Tokyo 3479-3111
Operating Instructions
Overseas Affiliates
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RICOH ESPAÑA S.A.
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Phone: +34-(0)93-295-7600
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RICOH EUROPE B.V.
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37139 Verona
Phone: +39-(0)45-8181500
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RICOH UK LTD.
Ricoh House,
1 Plane Tree Crescent, Feltham,
Middlesex, TW13 7HG
Phone: +44-(0)181-261-4000
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UE USA A258-8607
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RICOH HONG KONG LTD.
23/F., China Overseas Building,
139, Hennessy Road,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2862-2888
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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RICOH CORPORATION
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West Caldwell, New Jersey 07006
Phone: +1-973-882-2000
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RICOH ASIA PACIFIC PTE.LTD.
260 Orchard Road,
#15-01/02 The Heeren,
Singapore 238855
Phone: +65-830-5888
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