Canon D680 All in One Printer User Manual

R eferenc e G uide
Pleas e read this guide before operating this equipment.
After you finis h reading this guide, s tore it in a s afe plac e for future referenc e.
E NG
Using Your Documentation
Your machine includes the following documentation. This documentation has been designed so that you can
easily use your machine to suit your particular needs.
Setting up the machine......................................
Setting up paper ..............................................
Installing the CAPT...........................................
Set-up Instructions
Document and paper handling .............................
Making copies ................................................
Maintenance ..................................................
Troubleshooting feed and copy issues ....................
Reference Guide
Sending and receiving faxes ...............................
Speed dialing .................................................
Troubleshooting fax issues .................................
Fax Guide
Only for the imageCLASS D680 model
Printing with the CAPT.......................................
Checking the status of a print job..........................
Troubleshooting CAPT issues...............................
Printer Guide
• Documentation is included on the CD-ROM in PDF form.
• The machine shown in this guide is the imageCLASS D680 model.
NOTE
Copyright
Copyright ©2002 Canon, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted,
transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language in any form or by
any means, electric, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written
permission of Canon, Inc.
Trademarks
Canon is a registered trademark and UHQ™ is a trademark of Canon, Inc.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon U.S.A., Inc. has determined that this product
meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
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Laser Safety
This machine complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for
Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the machine does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the fax is completely confined within protective housings, and external covers, the
laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented
regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured from
August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States.
CAUTION
• Use of controls, adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified in this user’s
guide may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This label is attached to the laser scanner unit inside the fax and is
not in a user access area.
FCC Notice
Multi Function Printer, Model F141412
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE
• 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 determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the Reference Guide. If
such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
TEL No. (516) 328-5000
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Customer Support .............................................1-1
Important Safety Instructions ...........................1-1
Main Components of the Machine ...................1-4
Operation Panel ................................................1-6
Standby Display ................................................1-7
Energy Saver Mode ..........................................1-8
Setting the Energy Saver Mode Manually .....1-8
Restoring from the Energy Saver Mode ........1-8
Chapter 2: Paper Handling
Print Media Requirements.................................2-1
Printable Areas...............................................2-2
Loading Paper ..................................................2-3
Loading Paper in the Cassette ......................2-3
Adjusting a Cassette to Hold a Different Paper
Size ................................................................2-5
Loading Paper in the Multi-purpose Tray.......2-6
Loading Envelopes in the Multi-purpose
Tray ................................................................2-7
Chapter 3: Document Handling
Documents You Can Copy ...............................3-1
Scanned Area of a Document........................3-2
Setting Up Documents ......................................3-3
Placing a Document on the Platen Glass......3-3
Loading Documents in the ADF.....................3-4
The Paper Path of the Automatic Document
Feeder............................................................3-5
Chapter 4: Making Copies
Documents You Can Copy ...............................4-1
Copying Documents .........................................4-1
Canceling the Copy Job.................................4-2
Making Multiple Copies .....................................4-3
Selecting the Paper Feeding Location
(Cassette or Multi-purpose Tray) ...................4-3
Setting Enlarging/Reducing ...........................4-5
Setting the Image Quality ..............................4-6
Adjusting the Copy Exposure ........................4-6
Special Features ...............................................4-7
Collate Copy ..................................................4-7
2 on 1 Copy ...................................................4-9
Reserve Copy ..............................................4-11
Two-Sided Copy...........................................4-13
Chapter 5: Maintenance
Periodic Cleaning ..............................................5-1
Cleaning the Exterior .....................................5-1
Cleaning the Scanning Area ..........................5-1
When to Replace the Cartridge.........................5-4
Copy Yield......................................................5-5
Handling and Storing the Cartridge .................5-5
Replacing the Cartridge ...................................5-7
The Clean Earth Campaign...............................5-9
U.S.A. PROGRAM ..........................................5-10
Packaging ....................................................5-10
Shipping .......................................................5-11
CANADA PROGRAM
– CANADA PROGRAMME ..........................5-12
Repacking and Transporting ...........................5-13
Chapter 6: Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams ...................................................6-1
LCD Messages .................................................6-4
Paper Feeding Problems ..................................6-6
Copying Problems ............................................6-7
Print Quality Problems .....................................6-8
Printing Problems ...........................................6-10
General Problems ...........................................6-10
If You Cannot Solve the Problem ...................6-11
Chapter 7: Setting the Additional
Functions
Understanding the “Additional Functions” ........7-1
Accessing the Additional Functions ..............7-1
Menu Descriptions ........................................7-2
Appendix: Specifications ........................A-1
Index ................................................................I-1
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Type Conventions Used in This Guide
Please read the list below of symbols, terms, and abbreviations used in this guide.
WARNING
CAUTION
IMPORTANT
• Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to persons if not
performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to these warnings.
• Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons or damage to
property if not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to
these cautions.
• Indicates an operational warning or restriction. Be certain to read these items to operate the machine
correctly, and to avoid damage to the machine.
• Indicates a note for operation or an additional explanation. Reading these is highly recommended.
NOTE
(→ p. n-nn)
A number preceded by an arrow and enclosed in parenthesis refers to a page in this
guide where more information on the topic of the previous sentence can be found.
→ Set-up Instructions
Refer to the Set-up Instructions for details on the topic of the previous sentence.
→ Fax Guide*
Refer to the Fax Guide for details on the topic of the previous sentence.
→ Printer Guide
Refer to the Printer Guide for details on the topic of the previous sentence.
machine
The word “machine” refers to the imageCLASS D680/D660/D661 models.
default
A setting that remains in effect unless you change it.
document or fax*
The original sheet(s) of paper you copy, send or receive with the machine.
menu
A list of settings from which you select an item to set up or change. A menu has a title
which appears in the LCD.
Available menus and the display differ depending on the machine type. This guide shows
the display of the imageCLASS D680 model as an example.
In addition, this guide uses distinctive typefaces to identify keys and information in the LCD:
• The keys you press appear in this typeface: Stop/Reset.
• Information in the LCD appears in this typeface: COPY SETTINGS.
* Only for the imageCLASS D680 model
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Set-Up Help & Product Registration (USA)
Before you unpack your new copier, CALL 1-800-828-4040 for help with set-up and operation. You can also
register your copier with us. Call the Canon USA Consumer Information Center between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST,
Monday through Friday, except holidays.
Machine Model: imageCLASS ________________ Serial Number: ________________________
If you have any problems with your copier, DO NOT return it to your retailer.
Call 1-800-828-4040.
Canon Information Center in Canada
Should service be necessary please call the following number for information regarding Personal Copier
Authorized Service Facilities.
Canon Canada Inc. 6390 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7
Call 1-800-263-1121
Supplies & Accessories
Call or visit your local retailer/dealer for genuine Canon supplies. You can also order genuine supplies and
accessories for your Copier from Canon. Call us at:
1-800-828-4040
Canon USA Consumer Information Center
1-800-OK-CANON Canon Canada Information Center
Please have your credit card ready. Local sales tax, shipping and handling charges are added to each order.
Express shipments are available.
Cartridges
Canon L50 Cartridge
Trays & Cassettes
Output Tray
LTR/LGL Cassette: 500 sheets
Transparencies
Canon Type E
Power Cord
* All items subject to availability. Note: Accessories are also available for other Canon consumer products.
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Legal Limitation on Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images
Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the use of such images as
scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may be prohibited by law and may result in criminal
and/or civil liability. A non-exhaustive list of these documents is set forth below. This list is intended to be a
guide only. If you are uncertain about the legality of using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce any
particular document, and/or of the use of the images scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced, you should
consult in advance with your legal advisor for guidance.
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Paper Money
Traveler’s Checks
Money Orders
Food Stamps
Certificates of Deposit
Passports
Postage Stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Immigration Papers
Identifying Badges or Insignias
Internal Revenue Stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Selective Service or Draft Papers
Bonds or Other Certificates of Indebtedness
Checks or Drafts Issued by Governmental Agencies
Stock Certificates
Motor Vehicle Licenses and Certificates of Title
Copyrighted Works/Works of Art without Permission of Copyright Owner
Chapter 1
Introduction
Customer Support
Your machine is designed with the latest technology to provide trouble-free operation. If you encounter a problem
with the machine’s operation, try to solve it by using the information in Chapter 6. If you cannot solve the
problem or if you think your machine needs servicing, contact your service representative. (→ p. v)
Read these safety instructions thoroughly before using your machine, and keep them handy in case you need to
refer to them later.
For users of a cardiac pacemaker
WARNING
CAUTION
1
Introduction
Important Safety Instructions
• This product and the cartridge emit low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and
feel abnormalities, please move away from this product and the cartridge, and consult your
doctor.
• Do not disassemble or modify. There are high-temperature and high-voltage components inside
the machine which may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the machine.
■ Location
WARNING
CAUTION
• Do not place the machine near alcohol, paint thinner or other
inflammable substances. If inflammable substances come into
contact with electrical parts inside the machine, it may result in a
fire or electrical shock.
• Do not block or cover the ventilation port or any openings on the
machine with objects, as this may result in a fire.
• Place the machine on a flat, stable, vibration-free surface that is
strong enough to support its weight (approx. 52.9 lb./24.0 kg).
• Make sure the area is free from dust.
• Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
During use, the machine generates ozone. However, the amount of ozone
generated is not enough to affect the human body. Nevertheless, if the
machine is used for a prolonged period of time in a poorly ventilated room, or
when making a large quantity of prints, be sure to ventilate the room to make
the working environment as comfortable as possible.
• Do not install the machine near devices that contain magnets or generate
magnetic fields, such as speakers.
• Make sure the machine is approximately 4 inches (10 cm) away from walls
and other equipment for proper ventilation.
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• Make sure the location is not affected by extreme temperature changes, and
always stays between 68°F and 77°F (20°C and 25°C).
• Make sure the relative humidity of the area is between 40% and 70%.
• Keep the machine away from direct sunlight.
• Do not use or store the machine outdoors.
■ Power Supply
WARNING
• Do not damage or modify the power cord and power plug. Also do
not place heavy objects on the power cord, pull on it, or extensively
bend it. These actions may cause electrical damage and result in a
fire or electrical shock.
• Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as this may
result in electrical shock.
CAUTION
IMPORTANT
• During electrical storms, disconnect the telephone line and the
power cord from the power outlet. Electrical storms may cause
damage to the machine and result in a fire or electrical shock.
• If dust accumulates around the plug of the power cord when it is
connected to a power outlet, unplug the machine and wipe the plug with
a clean, dry cloth.
• For the D680 model, do not plug the machine into the same circuit with
appliances such as an air conditioner, television or copier. These devices
generate an electrical noise, and may interfere with your machine’s
ability.
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• Plug the machine into a standard 120 V AC/60 Hz, three-prong grounded outlet. Operate the machine only
from the type of power source indicated on the machine’s label. If you are not sure of the type of power
available, consult your local power company.
• Use only the power cord that came with the machine.
• Unplug the machine in the following conditions:
– When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
– If liquid has spilled into the machine.
– If the machine has been exposed to rain or water.
– If the machine does not operate normally when you have followed the instructions in the guides included
with your machine. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instructions in the guides since
improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
– If the machine has been dropped or damaged.
– If the machine exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for servicing.
■ Handling
• Do not drop paper clips, staples, or other metal objects inside the
machine. Also do not spill water, liquid or inflammable substances
inside the machine. If these items come into contact with high-voltage
parts inside of the machine, it may result in a fire or electrical shock.
If these items are dropped or spilled in the machine, unplug the
power cord immediately with dry hands. Then, contact your service
representative.
• Do not use any highly flammable spray near the machine. If gas
from a spray comes into contact with the electrical components
inside the machine, it will result in a fire.
CAUTION
• Close the ADF or the platen unit gently to avoid catching your hand.
Failing to do so may result in personal injury.
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Introduction
WARNING
• Do not press down hard on the ADF when using the platen glass to scan
thick books. This may damage the platen glass and/or result in personal
injury.
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Do not subject the machine to strong physical shock or vibration.
Unplug the machine before moving it.
Do not lift the machine by any of its attachments.
If the machine exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need
for servicing.
■ Maintenance
• Do not place the cartridge in fire. Toner powder is flammable.
WARNING
• Keep the machine clean. Dust accumulation may prevent the machine from operating properly.
WARNING
• Do not service the machine yourself except as specifically described in this guide. If further
servicing is required, contact your service representative.
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Main Components of the Machine
This section describes the main components of the machine.
Front View
ADF (AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER)
Open to place a document on the platen glass.
PLATEN UNIT LEVER
Use it to release and slide
the platen unit.
PLATEN UNIT
Slide it to the left when
you install the cartridge,
or remove jammed
paper.
ADF ROLLER
Feeds documents from the ADF to
the scanning unit.
PLATEN GLASS
OPERATION PANEL
Controls the machine.
OUTPUT TRAY
Outputs printed pages.
PAPER CASSETTE
Holds plain paper.
Inside View
CARTRIDGE COVER
Open it when you install the cartridge,
or remove jammed paper.
CARTRIDGE
MULTI-PURPOSE TRAY
When copying on plain paper
and other print media, pull out
the paper tray and load paper
in the multi-purpose tray.
RIGHT COVER
Open it when you remove
jammed paper.
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Front View of the ADF
ADF (AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER)
Holds documents for copying and sending faxes
and feeds them automatically into the scanning unit.
DOCUMENT FEEDER TRAY
DOCUMENT OUTPUT SLOT
Documents come out here.
DOCUMENT OUTPUT TRAY
Introduction
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FEEDER COVER
SLIDE GUIDE
Adjusts to the width of the document.
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Operation Panel
This section describes keys used when making copies and setting the additional functions.
■ imageCLASS D680
FAX Key
Switches standby display to
Fax Mode.
LCD
Displays messages and prompts during
operation. Also displays selections, text
and numbers when specifying settings.
In Use/Memory indicator
Lights green during copying or
when the copy job is stored in
memory.
Additional Functions Key
Customizes the way your machine
operates.
Collate Key
Sorts copies in order of pages.
Alarm indicator
Flashes orange when the
machine has a problem such
as paper jams, etc.
2 on 1 Key
Reduces 2 letter-size
sheets of documents to fit
on a single letter-size sheet.
Energy Saver Key
Sets or cancels the
energy saver mode
manually. The key
lights green when the
energy saver mode is set,
or goes off when the
mode is canceled.
COPY Key
Switches standby
display to Copy Mode.
Additional Functions
Function
Collate
Energy Saver
2 on 1
In Use/Memory
Fax Monitor
Alarm
Redial / Pause
Memory
Reference
Report
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PRS
TUV
WXY
Stop/Reset
Coded Dial
+
Directory
Set
Delayed
Transmission
Book Sending
Space
Delete
Start
Receive Mode
Enlarge/Reduce
Paper Select
Exposure
Image Quality
FAX Resolution
OPER
SYMBOLS
Clear
Tone
4 (–), e (+) Keys
Scroll through the
selection so you can
see other selections.
Exposure Key
Adjusts the copy
exposure.
Enlarge/Reduce Key
Sets an enlargement or
reduction ratio of the copy.
Numeric Keys
Enter number of
copy quantity and
other numerical
values.
Start Key
Starts copying.
Stop/Reset Key
Cancels copying and other
operations, and returns the
machine to standby mode.
Also, this key is used to
confirm the copy job you
reserved.
Paper Select Key
Selects the paper feeding location
(cassette or multi-purpose tray).
Image Quality Key
Adjusts the quality of copy image.
Set Key
Determines the contents you set or registered. Also, if the document being scanned
stops in the ADF, pressing this key makes the document come out automatically.
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■ imageCLASS D660/D661
Additional Functions
Collate
Energy Saver
2 on 1
Alarm
Stop/Reset
Set
Start
Enlarge/Reduce
Paper Select
Exposure
Image Quality
Introduction
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Standby Display
The standby display differs depending on which mode is selected. The standby display in Copy Mode is as
follows:
■ Copy Mode
Copy Ratio
Paper Size
Exposure
Image Quality
NOTE
Copy Quantity
• When the machine is plugged in, the LCD displays PLEASE WAIT for a while, then the Copy Mode
standby display appears.
• The Fax Mode standby display appears only with the D680 model. (→ Fax Guide)
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Energy Saver Mode
This machine provides an energy saver function. When no operations are performed for about 5 minutes, the
machine automatically enters the energy saver mode.
NOTE
• The time until the machine enters the energy saver mode can be specified in the range from 3 minutes
to 30 minutes. You can also turn off the energy saver function. (→ p. 7-4)
• The energy saver function does not activate when the machine is in the following status:
– When printing out copies or faxes* or other pages
– When sending or receiving faxes*
– While a copy job is saved in memory or when the reserve copy or other functions are operating, or
when the In Use/Memory indicator lights up*
– When paper jams occur
– When the platen unit is not returned to the original position
– When an error code appears and the Alarm indicator flashes
– When PRESS SET KEY is displayed
* Only for the imageCLASS D680 model
Setting the Energy Saver Mode Manually
1 Press Energy Saver.
• The LCD is turned off and the Energy Saver key lights up.
NOTE
• Right after the machine is restored from the energy saver mode, or right after copying finishes, wait
about 5 seconds before pressing Energy Saver.
Restoring from the Energy Saver Mode
1 Press Energy Saver.
• The Energy Saver key goes off and the machine enters standby mode.
NOTE
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• The machine can be restored from the energy saver mode immediately. However, it may vary according
to room temperature and circumstances.
Chapter 2
Paper Handling
Print Media Requirements
For high-quality copies, we recommend using paper and transparencies recommended by Canon. Some types of
paper available at office supply stores may not be suitable for this machine. If you have any questions about
paper and transparencies, consult your dealer or Canon Customer Relations.
Paper Storage
Unacceptable Paper
Do not copy on the following types of copy stock; doing so will result in paper jams.
• Severely curled or wrinkled paper
• Transparencies for full-color copiers or printers
• Paper which has already been copied using a digital full-color copier (Do not copy on the reverse side either.)
• Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (Do not copy on the reverse side either.)
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Paper Handling
In order to prevent paper jams, follow the procedure below:
• To prevent moisture buildup, store remaining paper wrapped tightly in its original package. Store paper in a dry
location, out of direct sunlight.
• To prevent curling, store paper flat, not upright.
• After copying, do not leave paper in the Multi-purpose tray.
• Never attempt to make copies on full-color transparencies. Doing so may result in copier malfunction.
IMPORTANT
Acceptable Paper
Cassette
Multi-purpose Tray
Paper size
Legal, Letter
Legal (8 1/2”×14”) - 3”× 5”
Paper weight
17 - 20-lb bond or 64 - 80 g/m2
16 - 32-lb bond or 56 - 128 g/m2
Type of paper
– Plain paper
– Colored paper
– Recycled paper
– Plain paper (17 - 20-lb bond or
64 - 80 g/m2)
– Thick paper (21 - 32-lb bond or
81 - 128 g/m2)
– Colored paper
– Labels
– Transparencies
– Recycled paper
– Tracing paper
– Envelopes
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Printable Areas
Please note that the term “printing area” represents both the recommended area for optimum print quality and the
entire area where the machine can technically print.
Printing area (light shade) : Canon recommends that you print within this area.
■ Paper
0.20” (5 mm)
0.18” (4.5 mm)
0.20” (5 mm)
0.18” (4.5 mm)
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
FEEDING
DIRECTION
FEEDING
DIRECTION
LETTER
LEGAL
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
■ Envelope
0.18” (4.5 mm)
0.20” (5 mm)
0.18” (4.5 mm)
0.20” (5 mm)
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
FEEDING
DIRECTION
U.S.
COMMERCIAL
NO. 10
FEEDING
DIRECTION
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
NOTE
2-2
EUROPEAN DL
0.18”
(4.5 mm)
• The printing area is 0.20" (5 mm) inside from all four edges of the paper when using this machine as a
printer.
Loading Paper
Loading Paper in the Cassette
This section describes how to load paper in the cassette.
To make copies on any other size paper, → p. 2-5.
• When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper.
CAUTION
1 Grip the cassette handle, and pull it out
towards you until the cassette comes to a
stop.
3 Load the paper stack beneath the cassette’s
length guide ➀ and width guide’s claws ➁.
Paper Handling
2
2 Open a package of paper, and remove the
paper stack.
NOTE
• If the paper is curled, uncurl it before
placing it in the cassette. Failure to do so
will cause paper creases and a paper jam.
• 17 to 20-lb bond (64 to 80 g/m2) paper is
acceptable.
• The cassette holds up to approximately 500
sheets of 20-lb bond (80 g/m2) paper.
NOTE
• Make sure that the paper stack does not
exceed the length and width guides’ claws
in the cassette. Failure to do so will cause a
paper jam.
• Do not load extra paper when there is still
paper left in the cassette.
• Only load one size of paper into the
cassette. Do not load different sizes of
paper into the cassette at the same time.
• Do not load labels or transparencies into
the cassette.
4 Gently insert the cassette as far as it will
go.
NOTE
• The cassette is for plain paper, colored
paper or recycled paper only. Loading
other paper in the cassette may cause a
paper jam.
• If copies are curled, or a paper jam occurs,
remove the paper stack from the cassette.
Turn it over and then place it in the
cassette.
• If you load paper while making copies, do
not load a different paper size.
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Closing the cassette
When closing the cassette, make sure to push it in completely as far as it will go. If copying is performed when
the cassette is not pushed in completely, it will cause a paper jam.
If copy paper is sticking out of the cassette
Sometimes, when you pull out the cassette, paper may stick out, as shown in the illustration below. Make sure
that the paper is neatly loaded into the cassette, before you push the cassette back into the main unit.
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Adjusting a Cassette to Hold a Different Paper Size
If you want to load a different paper size in the cassette, follow the procedure described below to adjust the
cassette guides.
You can adjust the cassette to hold the following standard paper sizes : LGL and LTR.
If you want to make copies on any other size paper, use the multi-purpose tray. (→ p. 2-6)
1 Pull out the cassette, and remove all loaded
3 Load the paper into the cassette.
paper.
2 Slide the length guide while lifting it up
slightly, and align the length guide with the
length mark for the paper to be loaded in
the cassette.
Paper Handling
2
LGL
NOTE
• Be sure to align the length guide with the
LGL or LTR mark.
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Loading Paper in the Multi-purpose Tray
Use the multi-purpose tray when you want to print on special paper, such as envelopes, transparencies, labels or
heavy paper. You can place up to 100 sheets of 20-lb bond (80 g/m2) paper stack (a stack approximately 3/16” or 10
mm high) in the multi-purpose tray to be automatically fed into the machine.
1 Open the multi-purpose tray.
IMPORTANT
NOTE
2 Pull out the paper tray.
3 Load the paper stack facing up into the
multi-purpose tray.
4 Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of the
paper stack.
2-6
• If the slide guides are not adjusted correctly
for the paper size, the quality of your print
images may be adversely affected.
• When making copies on LTR-size paper
after having continuously copied on paper
smaller than LTR-size paper, the copies
may be dirty. To prevent copies from being
dirty, wait about one minute before making
copies.
• Insert the paper stack into the machine as
far as it will go.
• If the paper is curled, uncurl it before
placing it in the multi-purpose tray. Failure
to do so will cause paper creases and a
paper jam.
• 16 to 32-lb bond (56 to 128 g/m2) paper is
acceptable.
• Make sure that the paper stack does not
exceed the paper limit guide.
• Some types of paper may not feed properly
into the multi-purpose tray. For highquality copies, be sure to use the paper and
transparencies recommended by Canon.
(→ p. 2-1)
• Load transparencies one by one.
• When making copies of a small size
document or thick paper, etc., the copy
speed may be slightly slower than usual.
• To specify the paper size every time you
load the paper into the multi-purpose tray,
follow the procedure below:
Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE,
OFF,
SET ON LOADING.
Load the paper into the multi-purpose
tray, and choose the paper size using
4 (–) or e (+), then press Set.
For details, refer to “Selecting the Paper
Feeding Location (Cassette or Multipurpose Tray).” (→ p. 4-3)
Loading Envelopes in the Multi-purpose Tray
• The recommended envelopes are US COMMERCIAL 10, MONARCH, EUROPEAN DL, ISO-B5,
ISO-C5, YOGATA #4 or YOGATA #2 envelopes. Using other envelopes may affect the quality of the
copy image.
1 Arrange the stack of envelopes on a firm,
4 Insert the stack of envelopes into the multi-
clean surface, and press down firmly on the
edges to make the folds crisp.
purpose tray q, and adjust the slide guides
to fit the size of the envelope w.
• Press all the way around the envelopes to remove
any curls and expel air from inside the envelopes.
Also, press firmly on the area that corresponds to
the edges of the back flap.
• Position the envelopes with the print side up (flaps
should not be visible) and load the envelope so
that the right edge (stamp side) feeds first in the
multi-purpose tray.
• If the envelope to be loaded has a flap on the short
edge, this edge must enter the machine first. Not
loading it this way will result in paper jams.
• Make sure the stack does not exceed the paper
limit guide.
2
Paper Handling
NOTE
2
1
2 Remove any curling from the envelopes by
holding the edges diagonally and bending
them gently.
• The machine is now ready to print.
NOTE
3 Run a pen or other rounded object along
the back flaps to flatten them.
• The flaps should not bulge more than 0.2 inch
(5 mm).
Flap
• The orientation of a document and the
loading position of the envelope are
reversed.
• To select the type of envelope to be loaded
in the multi-purpose tray, follow the
procedure below:
Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE,
OFF,
SET ON LOADING.
Load the envelope into the multi-purpose
tray, and select ENVELOPE, then press
Set.
Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select the type of
envelope (US COMMERCIAL 10,
MONARCH, EUROPEAN DL, ISO-B5,
ISO-C5, YOGATA #4 or YOGATA
#2) then press Set.
2-7
2-8
Chapter 3
Document Handling
Documents You Can Copy
The documents placed on the platen glass or loaded into the ADF must meet the requirements shown in the table
below.
ADF
– Plain paper
– Thick documents
– Photographs
– Small documents (e.g. index cards)
– Special types of paper
(e.g. tracing paper*1, transparencies*1,
etc.)
– Book
– Plain paper
(Multipage documents of the same size,
thickness and weight or one page
documents.)
Size (W × L)
Max. 8.5 × 13 in.
(Max. 216 mm × 330 mm*2)
Max. 8.5 × 14 in.
(Max. 216 mm × 356 mm)
Min. 5.5 × 5 in.
(Min. 139.7 × 128 mm)
Quantity
1 sheet
Max. 30 letter- or A4-size sheets*3
Max. 15 legal-size sheets*3
Weight
Max. 4.4 lb (2 kg)
15 to 32-lb bond. (50 to 128 g/m2)
3
Document Handling
Platen Glass
Type of document
*1 When copying a transparent document such as tracing paper or transparencies, place a plain piece of white
paper against the back of the document.
*2 356 mm can be specified in the Additional Functions. (→ p. 3-2)
*3 20-lb bond (80 g/m2) paper
3-1
Problem Documents
• Make sure any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the document is completely dry before placing it on the platen
glass or loading it into the ADF.
• Remove all fasteners (staples, paper clips, etc.) before loading the document into the ADF.
• To prevent document jams in the ADF, do not use any of the following:
Wrinkled or creased paper
Curled or rolled paper
Torn paper
Carbon paper or carbonbacked paper
Coated paper
Onion skin or thin paper
Scanned Area of a Document
The shaded area in the illustration below shows the scanned area of a document. Make sure your document’s text
and graphics are within this area.
NOTE
• The scanning limit of documents set on the platen glass will differ depending on the MAX. SCAN
LENGTH of 330 mm or 356 mm specified in COPY SETTINGS of the Additional Functions.
MAX. 0.16”
(MAX. 4.0 mm)
MAX. 0.08”
(MAX. 2.0 mm)
MAX. 0.08”
(MAX. 2.0 mm)
SCANNING
DIRECTION
Letter/Legal
MAX. 0.08”
(MAX. 2.0 mm)
3-2
Setting Up Documents
For scanning, place your documents on the platen glass or load them into the ADF. Where you set up your
documents depends on the size and type of documents you have. (→ p. 3-1)
Placing a Document on the Platen Glass
1 Open the ADF.
3 Gently lower the ADF.
2 Place your document face down on the
• The document is now ready for scanning.
platen glass. Align the document with the
appropriate paper size marks.
Document Handling
B
A
3
Positioning Documents
Use the size indicators on the left side of the platen glass to position a document.
■ If your document conforms to a standard paper size (e.g., LTR or STMT), align the document between the
appropriate paper size marks.
■ If you do not know the size of your document, or if your document does not match any of the paper size
marks, align the center of your document with the ➔ mark.
The illustration below shows how to place an LTR-size original.
A4
B5
A5
STMT
STMT
A5
B5
DCBA
LTR/
FLS/
LGL
LTR/
FLS/ A4
LGL
3-3
Loading Documents in the ADF
1 Make sure there is no document on the
4 Load the documents face down in the ADF.
platen glass.
2 Fan the edges that will feed into the
machine first then, tap the edge of
multipage documents on a flat surface to
even the stack.
32 1
DOCUMENT READY
• The document is now ready for scanning.
3 Adjust the slide guides to the width of the
document.
STMT
A5
LTR/
FLS/
LGL
3-4
A4
NOTE
• For a multipage document, the pages are
fed one by one from the top of the stack
(from the last page).
• Wait until all pages of your document have
been scanned before starting a new job.
• 30 sheets of LTR-size (80 g/m2) documents
can be set in the ADF. If more than 30
sheets (LTR) of documents are set in the
ADF, paper jams may occur.
• 15 sheets of LGL-size (80 g/m2) documents
can be set in the ADF.
The Paper Path of the Automatic Document Feeder
4
The machine scans documents
from the last page.
3
2
1
Scanning
unit
• When documents are set in the ADF, the scanning unit moves to the position shown in the figure above
and it is fixed there.
When a document is placed on the platen glass, the scanning unit moves to scan it.
3
Document Handling
NOTE
3-5
3-6
Chapter 4
Making Copies
Documents You Can Copy
For information on the types of documents you can copy, their requirements, and details on setting up documents,
→ Chapter 3.
Copying Documents
NOTE
• For the imageCLASS D660/D661 models,
this operation is not required.
100%
Ex:
LTR
TEXT
01
2 Prepare the document and place it on the
platen glass or load it face down in the
ADF. (→ pp. 3-3, 3-4)
3 You can choose to set the below copy
features.
• Copy quantity (→ p. 4-3)
• Paper feeding location (cassette or multi-purpose
tray) (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
• Enlarging/reducing (→ p. 4-5)
• Image quality (→ p. 4-6)
• Exposure (→ p. 4-6)
• Collate (→ p. 4-7)
• 2 on 1 (→ p. 4-9)
NOTE
• Please note that you cannot change settings
during copying.
4 Press Start to begin copying.
SCANNING
0001
Ex: C O P Y N O .
• If the paper in the cassette or multi-purpose tray runs
out during copying, the LCD displays SUPPLY
REC. PAPER. Load paper in the cassette or load
paper in the multi-purpose tray when it is used to
feed paper. When paper is loaded, the machine
automatically resumes copying.
NOTE
• If you load paper while making copies, do
not load a different paper size.
• You can reserve the next copy job while the
machine is outputting copies. (→ p. 4-11)
• After the machine finishes copying, the
setting will remain. However, if you press
Stop/Reset or if no key is pressed for 2
minutes, the paper feeding location will be
reset to the cassette, and other settings will
also be reset to the default settings. (The
time until the machine enters the AUTO
CLEAR mode can be specified. (→ p. 74))
• The capacity of the output tray is 100
sheets (80 g/m2) of paper. To prevent paper
jams, remove paper from the output tray
before the count reaches 100.
4
Making Copies
1 Press COPY to set to Copy Mode.
4-1
Canceling the Copy Job
■ While scanning documents in the ADF
1 Press Stop/Reset.
STOP KEY PRESSED
PRESS SET KEY
2 Press Set.
• The document that has stopped in the ADF will
come out.
■ After scanning documents
1 Press Stop/Reset.
CANCEL COPYING?
<YES
NO>
4-2
2 Press 4 (–).
Making Multiple Copies
You can make multiple copies.
1 Use the numeric keys to enter the number
of copies you want.
100%
LTR
TEXT
NOTE
05
Ex:
• The LCD displays the number of copies you
entered.
• You can make up to 99 copies.
• You can reserve the next copy job while the
machine is outputting copies. (→ p. 4-11)
• The LCD keeps on displaying the specified
number of copies until copying finishes.
When the auto clear function activates, the
LCD returns to standby display and the
number of copies returns to 01 (factory
default setting).
Selecting the Paper Feeding Location
(Cassette or Multi-purpose Tray)
When making copies on paper which cannot be loaded in the cassette, such as thick paper, transparencies, labels,
envelopes, tracing paper, etc., you can use the multi-purpose tray.
• The settings changed in the Additional Functions are not returned automatically to the settings you set
previously. Change to the previous settings again if necessary.
1 Press Paper Select to select the paper
feeding location (cassette or multi-purpose
tray).
1 0 0 % T R A Y A#
A4
TEXT
Ex:
A:If you select a paper type other than PLAIN
PAPER in MP PAPERTYPE. (→ p. 4-4)
#:If you set HIGH COPY MODE to ON. (→ p. 4-4)
01
NOTE
• When making copies on LTR-size paper
after having continuously copied on paper
smaller than LTR-size paper, the copies
may be dirty. To prevent copies from being
dirty, wait about one minute before making
copies.
• When making copies of a small size or
thick paper*, etc., the copy speed may be
slightly slower than usual.
* The paper type should be selected in the
Additional Functions.
• If you intend to make a copy and print with a
thermal transfer printer on one sheet of paper,
make the copy first. Failure to do so may
make copies dirty or cause a paper jam.
• When copying onto transparencies, remove
each transparency from the output tray as it
is output.
4
Making Copies
NOTE
■ Specifying the Paper Size
At the factory the paper size has already been set to FREE SIZE. Normally, you can make copies in this
setting. However, when the copy images or the back of the paper is dirty, you can prevent the paper from
getting dirty by specifying the paper size according to the following.
• To set the Additional Functions, see “Accessing the Additional Functions”. (→ p. 7-1)
NOTE
– To specify the paper size every time you load the paper: Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE,
OFF
Then choose SET ON LOADING.
4-3
– To set a fixed paper size: Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE,
ON
Choose the appropriate paper size from LTR, STMT, CUSTOM PAPER SIZE*, A4, B5, A5 or LGL.
* When CUSTOM PAPER SIZE is selected, specify the width and length of the paper in mm.
Available setting range in length : 5” (127 mm) to 14” (356 mm)
Available setting range in width : 3” (76 mm) to 8 1/2” (216 mm)
Refer to the following conversion table for inches and millimeters.
Inch
3”
3 1/4”
3 1/2”
3 3/4”
4”
4 1/4”
4 1/2”
4 3/4”
5”
5 1/4”
5 1/2”
5 3/4”
6”
6 1/4”
6 1/2”
NOTE
Millimeter
76
83
89
95
102
108
114
121
127
133
140
146
152
159
165
Inch
6 3/4”
7”
7 1/4”
7 1/2”
7 3/4”
8”
8 1/4”
8 1/2”
8 3/4”
9”
9 1/4”
9 1/2”
9 3/4”
10”
10 1/4”
Millimeter
171
178
184
191
197
203
210
216
222
229
235
241
248
254
260
Inch
10 1/2”
10 3/4”
11”
11 1/4”
11 1/2”
11 3/4”
12”
12 1/4”
12 1/2”
12 3/4”
13”
13 1/4”
13 1/2”
13 3/4”
14”
Millimeter
267
273
279
286
292
298
305
311
318
324
330
337
343
349
356
• To specify the paper size every time you load the paper into the multi-purpose tray, follow the
procedure below:
When MP TRAY PAPERSIZE is set to SET ON LOADING in the Additional Functions, the
machine selects the multi-purpose tray as the paper feeding location. In this setting, you can also select
the type of the envelope loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
■ Specifying the Paper Type
PLAIN PAPER is selected as the default paper type. When making copies on other paper than plain paper, you
can specify the paper type according to the following. Specifying the paper type can prevent poor copy quality, or
the copy image not being printed correctly.
• To set the Additional Functions, see “Accessing the Additional Functions”. (→ p. 7-1)
NOTE
Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
MP PAPERTYPE
Then choose the paper type from the following.
– TRACING PAPER (16 - 17-lb bond or 56 - 63 g/m2)
– TRANSPARENCY
– SPECIAL PAPER 1 (21 - 32-lb bond or 81 - 128 g/m2)
– SPECIAL PAPER 2
4-4
: Thin paper, tracing paper
: Transparencies
: Thick paper*
: Envelopes
* If the images are dirty even when making copies in the SPECIAL PAPER 1 setting, do the following.
Press Additional Functions, then
select:
COMMON SETTINGS,
HIGH COPY MODE
Then choose ON.
Setting Enlarging/Reducing
You can enlarge or reduce the copy size using preset copy ratios or using custom copy ratios.
NOTE
• When the MAX. SCAN LENGTH is set to 356 mm in COPY SETTINGS of the Additional
Functions, the shadow of the ADF roller appears on reduced copies when using the platen glass.
■ Enlarging/Reducing using preset copy ratios
Ex:
PRESET RATIO
100%
3 Press Set.
78%
+
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select the copy
Ex:
NOTE
ratio.
PRESET RATIO
7 8 % LGL→L T R
+
Ex: • You can select from the following:
- 200% MAX.
- 129% STMT → LTR
- 100%
- 78% LGL → LTR
- 64% LTR → STMT
- 50% MIN.
LTR
TEXT
01
• If the PAPER SIZE GROUP of COPY
SETTINGS in the Additional Functions
is set to A or AB, the preset copy ratios will
be as follows:
A: 50%, 70%, 100%, 141% and 200%;
AB: 50%, 70%, 81%, 86%, 100%, 115%,
141% and 200%.
• Enlarging or reducing using preset copy
ratio is not available with the 2 on 1 copy
function.
• To reset the copy ratio, press
Enlarge/Reduce several times to display
DIRECT 100% ratio, then press Set.
4
Making Copies
1 Press Enlarge/Reduce.
■ Enlarging/Reducing using custom copy ratios
(only for the imageCLASS D680/D660 models)
1 Press Enlarge/Reduce twice.
Ex:
ZOOM 50-200%
100%
3 Press Set.
80%
+
2 Use the numeric keys to enter the copy
ratio.
ZOOM 50-200%
80%
+
Ex: • You can enter the copy ratio from 50% to 200%,
selectable in 1% increments.
• Even after entering the copy ratio, you can use 4
(–) or e (+) to adjust the copy ratio. To increase
the copy ratio, press e (+). To decrease the copy
ratio, press 4 (–).
Ex:
NOTE
LTR
TEXT
01
• Enlarging or reducing using custom copy
ratio is not available with the 2 on 1 copy
function.
• To reset the copy ratio, press
Enlarge/Reduce several times to display
DIRECT 100% ratio, then press Set.
4-5
Setting the Image Quality
You can adjust image quality to the appropriate level best suited for a document with text or photos. Three modes
are available for adjusting image quality.
1 Press Image Quality to select the image
quality.
100%
Ex:
LTR
TEXT
01
Each time Image Quality is pressed, the image
quality mode changes as follows:
TEXT
– TEXT/PHOTO
Suitable for making copies from originals containing
both text and photos, or photo originals containing
half-tones (i.e. printed photos).
– PHOTO
Suitable for making copies from photos printed on
photographic paper.
TEXT/PHOTO
NOTE
PHOTO
– TEXT
Suitable for making copies from text originals. Good
copies can be made from even blueprints or faint
pencil-drawn originals.
• Copy exposure automatically changes to
manual mode when TEXT/PHOTO or
PHOTO is set.
• To sharpen the black and white contrast of
an image, adjust the image as follows:
Press Additional Functions, then
select
COPY SETTINGS.
Then choose SHARPNESS. (→ p. 7-3)
Adjusting the Copy Exposure
You can adjust the copy exposure automatically or manually according to how light or dark your document is.
■ Adjusting Automatically
1 Press Exposure to select the auto mode.
Ex:
DENSITY
AUTO EXPOSURE
2 Press Set.
100%
LTR
A
TEXT
Ex:
• The copy exposure is adjusted automatically.
01
NOTE
• Image quality mode automatically changes
to TEXT when AUTO EXPOSURE is set.
■ Adjusting Manually
1 Press Exposure to select the manual
3 Press Set.
mode.
DENSITY
Ex: - L T
100%
DK+
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to adjust the copy
exposure. For a lighter copy exposure,
press 4 (–). For a darker copy exposure,
press e (+).
DENSITY
Ex: - L T
4-6
DK+
Ex:
NOTE
LTR
TEXT
01
• When setting the exposure lighter, the
indicator moves to the left. When setting
the exposure darker, the indicator moves to
the right.
Special Features
The machine has the following SPECIAL COPY features. These features allow you to sort copies in order of
pages, and create special copies easily.
– Collate Copy
Sorting copies in order of pages.
– 2 on 1
Reducing 2 letter size documents to fit on a single letter size paper.
– Reserve Copy
Reserves the next job while the machine is printing out.
– Two-sided copy
Making copies on both sides of the paper.
Collate Copy
The collate copy allows you to sort copies in order of pages. It is convenient when you make multiple copies of
multipage documents.
• The collate copy is not available with the 2 on 1 copy function.
NOTE
1
2
1
3
4
2
Set 3
sets of copies
3
4
Copy 2
Copy 3
1
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
4
Making Copies
Copy 1
■ When Loading Documents in the ADF
1 Load documents face down in the ADF.
• The machine begins scanning from the last page of
the document. After scanning, the scanned
documents will come out in order.
2 Press Collate.
• The Collate key lights green.
3 Use the numeric keys to set the copy
quantity. (→ p. 4-3)
100%
Ex:
LTR
TEXT
4 Press Start.
03
NOTE
• When scanning multipage documents,
MEMORY FULL and PRESS SET KEY
may appear in the LCD, and the document
being scanned stops in the ADF. Press Set
to make the document come out
automatically. In this case, reduce the
documents to be scanned. Or, change
image quality mode to TEXT.
4-7
■ When Placing a Document on the Platen Glass
1 Place the last page of a document on the
platen glass.
NOTE
• If a document is set from the first page, the
printing will be performed in reverse order.
• The Collate key lights green.
3 Use the numeric keys to set the copy
quantity. (→ p. 4-3)
Ex:
LTR
TEXT
NEXT PAGE
:[START]
FINISH SCAN :[SET]
7 Press Start.
03
4 Press Start.
SET FROM END OF DOC.
PRESS THE START KEY
4-8
SCANNING
0015
Ex: C O P Y N O .
• The machine begins scanning.
6 Place the next page of the document.
2 Press Collate.
100%
5 Press Start.
• Repeat steps 6 and 7 to scan all documents.
8 Press Set.
• The machine begins printing out.
NOTE
• When scanning multipage documents,
MEMORY FULL may appear in the LCD
and scanning is canceled. In this case,
reduce the documents to be scanned. Or,
change image quality mode to TEXT.
2 on 1 Copy
Use 2 on 1 to reduce 2 sheets to fit on one sheet. Two letter-size documents are automatically reduced to fit on a
letter-size page.
NOTE
• The 2 on 1 copy is not available with the collate function.
• The 2 on 1 copy is not available with an enlarging or reducing function.
• When no letter-size paper is loaded in the cassette, LOAD LTR SIZE PAPER appears in the LCD
and the 2 on 1 copy is canceled. In this case, load the letter size paper in the cassette or multi-purpose
tray and set the 2 on 1 copy again.
• To make a 2 on 1 copy reducing two A4-size documents to fit on an A4-size page, set PAPER SIZE
GROUP to A or AB in COPY SETTINGS of the Additional Functions. Be sure to load A4-size paper
in the cassette or multi-purpose tray.
Originals
Copy
2 on 1
1
2
2
■ When Loading Documents in the ADF
1 Press 2 on 1.
2ON1
LTR
TEXT
Ex:
• 2ON1 appears in the LCD.
4 Press Start.
01
2 Load documents face down in the ADF.
NOTE
• When you make a 2 on 1 copy of a
document with an odd number of pages,
add one more blank letter size paper to
scan.
3 Use the numeric keys to set the copy
quantity. (→ p. 4-3)
Making Copies
4
1
NOTE
• If the available memory decreases,
SCANNING, PLEASE WAIT and MAKING
SPACE IN MEM are displayed
alternatively. If memory space becomes
available, the scanning begins again
automatically.
• For D680, check if there are received faxes
or faxes to be sent in memory. If so, wait
for the machine to send and print any
faxes, or delete any documents in memory
before making a copy.
• If MEMORY FULL and PRESS SET KEY
appear while scanning, the document being
scanned stops in the ADF. In this case,
press Set to make the document come out
automatically.
4-9
■ When Placing a Document on the Platen Glass
1 Press 2 on 1.
2ON1
LTR
TEXT
Ex:
• 2ON1 appears in the LCD.
7 Press Start.
01
2 Use the numeric keys to set the copy
quantity. (→ p. 4-3)
• After scanning every two sheets, the quantity of
copies of the document specified in step 2 will
print out.
• Repeat steps 6 and 7 to scan all documents.
8 Press Set to finish the 2 on 1 copy
function.
3 Place the last page of a document on the
platen glass.
NOTE
• If a document is set from the first page, the
printing will be performed in reverse order.
• When the document has an odd number of
pages, first place a blank sheet of white
paper on the platen glass and then scan the
document.
4 Press Start.
SET FROM END OF DOC.
PRESS THE START KEY
5 Press Start.
SCANNING
0015
Ex: C O P Y N O .
• The machine begins scanning.
6 Place the next page of the document on the
platen glass.
NEXT PAGE
:[START]
FINISH SCAN :[SET]
4-10
NOTE
• If the available memory decreases,
SCANNING, PLEASE WAIT and MAKING
SPACE IN MEM are displayed
alternatively. If memory space becomes
available, the scanning begins again
automatically.
• For D680, check if there are received faxes
or faxes to be sent in memory. If so, wait
for the machine to send and print any
faxes, or delete any documents in memory
before making a copy. If MEMORY FULL
appears although there is no fax in
memory, change copy exposure mode to
AUTO EXPOSURE, or change image
quality mode to TEXT before making a
copy.
• If image quality mode is set to other than
TEXT when making a 2 on 1 copy of a
document which has many graphics or
photos, MEMORY FULL will appear and
copying will be canceled. If this happens,
change image quality mode to TEXT. Even
if you do so, MEMORY FULL may appear
depending on the document, and copying
may be canceled.
Reserve Copy
This feature allows you to reserve the next job while the machine is printing out a current job.
■ Reserving the Next Copy Job
1 Press Stop/Reset twice while the
machine is printing out.
NOTE
LTR
TEXT
• The machine begins scanning.
01
NOTE
• Make sure that the machine has finished
scanning all the documents, then press
Stop/Reset.
• It is necessary to return to the standby
display in order to reserve the next copy
job.
2 Place the document to be reserved, face
down on the platen glass or in the ADF.
3 Set copy features if you wish. You can set
the features below.
• Copy quantity (→ p. 4-3)
• Paper feeding location (cassette or multi-purpose
tray) (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
• Enlarging/reducing (→ p. 4-5)
• Image quality (→ p. 4-6)
• Exposure (→ p. 4-6)
• Collate (→ p. 4-7)
• 2 on 1 (→ p. 4-9)
• After printing of the current copy job is
complete, the next copy job begins.
• If the machine’s memory becomes full
while scanning, MEMORY FULL will
appear. When the ADF is used for
scanning, the document being scanned
stops in the ADF. In this case, press Set to
make the document come out
automatically.
All of the scanned documents will be
erased if MEMORY FULL appears, so
divide the document and copy each part
separately, or select a lower image quality
mode and make copies again.
• If the available memory decreases,
SCANNING, PLEASE WAIT and MAKING
SPACE IN MEM are displayed
alternatively. If memory space becomes
available, the scanning begins again
automatically.
• Also, check that the cassette or multipurpose tray is not empty.
4
Making Copies
100%
Ex:
4 Press Start.
■ Confirming the Copy Job You Reserved
1 Press Stop/Reset while the machine is
printing out.
SELECT JOB TO CANCEL
16:20
0 2 ×3 0
Ex: A0 0 4 4
No. of copy
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to confirm the
reservation number, time and number of
documents.
• To finish confirming, press Stop/Reset.
NOTE
No. of
document
Reservation
time
Reservation No.
A: Printing
Blank: Waiting
–: No paper, paper jams, etc.
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■ Deleting the Copy Job You Reserved
1 Press Stop/Reset while the machine is
printing out.
SELECT JOB TO CANCEL
16:20
0 2 ×3 0
Ex: A0 0 4 4
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to display the job to be
3 Press Set.
CANCEL COPYING?
<YES
NO>
4 Press 4 (–).
• The reserved copy job is deleted.
deleted.
SELECT JOB TO CANCEL
16:40
0 1 ×2 0
Ex: 0 0 4 5
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NOTE
• To cancel deleting the copy job, press e
(+).
• Once the copy job is deleted, it is
impossible to restore the job again.
Two-Sided Copy
Using the multi-purpose tray, you can copy 2 documents on opposite sides of a single sheet.
■ When Loading Documents in the ADF
1 Load the first page of the document face
down in the ADF, then press Start to begin
copying.
Copy of the first page of the
document
Turn over the
copy
Insert
Inner side
Front side
NOTE
Making Copies
ABC
ADF.
4
CBA
CBA
2 Load the next page of the document in the
• If the copied sheet is curled, uncurl it
before inserting it into the multi-purpose
tray. Failure to do so will cause paper
creases and paper jams.
4 Press Paper Select to select the multipurpose tray.
Portrait orientation documents:
Load the page so that the top edge is
opposite to the top edge of the previous
page.
• For details, refer to p. 4-3.
5 Press Start to copy the next page to finish
making your two-sided copy.
Landscape orientation documents:
Load the page so that the orientation is the
same as the previous page.
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3 Turn over the copy you made in step 1 to
make sure that the inner and front side of it
will remain in the same position as shown
below, then insert it into the multi-purpose
tray.
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■ When Placing a Document on the Platen Glass
1 Place the first page of the document face
down on the platen glass, then press Start
to begin copying.
3 Turn over the copy you made in step 1 to
make sure that the inner and front side of it
will remain in the same position as shown
below, then insert it into the multi-purpose
tray.
CBA
Copy of the first page of the document
ABC
CBA
321
2 Place the next page of the document on the
platen glass.
Turn over the
copy
Insert
ABC
CBA
CBA
321
ABC
Inner side
Front side
Portrait orientation documents:
Place the page so that the top edge is
opposite to the top edge of the previous
page.
Landscape orientation documents:
Place the page so that the orientation is the
same as the previous page.
NOTE
• If the copied sheet is curled, uncurl it
before inserting it into the multi-purpose
tray. Failure to do so will cause paper
creases and paper jams.
4 Press Paper Select to select the multipurpose tray.
• For details, refer to p. 4-3.
5 Press Start to copy the next page to finish
making your two-sided copy.
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Chapter 5
Maintenance
Periodic Cleaning
Your machine requires little periodic maintenance. This section describes the necessary cleaning procedures for
your machine.
CAUTION
• When cleaning the machine’s exterior or the platen glass, be sure to disconnect the power cord
before cleaning the machine.
• For the model with the fax function, print any received faxes stored in memory before
disconnecting the power cord, since documents in memory are backed up only for about 2 hours
when the power cord is disconnected. (→ Fax Guide)
• Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for cleaning; they can stick to the
components or generate static charges.
Use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the components.
• Never use volatile liquids such as thinner, benzene, acetone, or any other chemical cleaner to clean
the interior of the machine; these can damage the machine’s components.
Cleaning the Exterior
5
Maintenance
Wipe the machine’s exterior with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water or diluted dishwashing
detergent solution.
Cleaning the Scanning Area
Wipe the scanning area (shaded area) with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water, then wipe with a
clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
Rear side of the ADF
Platen glass
5-1
■ Cleaning the Read Area of the Platen Glass
Black lines may appear in copies as shown in the illustration below when the ADF is used to feed documents.
This is caused by paste, ink, correction fluid, or other foreign matter in the read area (between
and
) of the platen glass. Use a clean soft cloth to wipe the read area clean. Take particular care to clean at the
locations where the black lines are appearing on copies.
If you have trouble getting the glass clean, wipe with a cloth moistened with water or a mild neutral detergent,
and then wipe the glass dry with another cloth.
Read area label
Copy
Read area
Black lines
Paste, ink,
correction fluid, etc.
Platen glass
IMPORTANT
• Paste, ink, correction fluid, and other foreign matter can soil the platen glass when you send a
document through the ADF while the paste, ink, or correction fluid on the original is still wet. This is
what causes black lines on copies. Whenever you load a document in the ADF, always check to make
sure that any paste, ink, or correction fluid that is on the document is completely dry.
■ Cleaning the Rollers Inside the Main Unit
If the rollers inside the main unit are dirty, it will affect the copy quality. In this case, you can clean the rollers
using the Additional Functions.
NOTE
• While the In Use/Memory indicator is lit, the machine does not clean the roller even if you perform the
procedure below (for the imageCLASS D680 model).
1 Press Additional Functions.
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select
5 Set letter size paper in the multi-purpose
tray.
• You must use a plain LTR size paper.
ADJUST/CLEAN.
IMPORTANT
3 Press Set.
4 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select ROLLER
6 Press Set.
• The machine begins cleaning the rollers.
CLEANING.
ADJUST/CLEAN
1.ROLLER CLEANING
5-2
NOTE
• It takes about 3 minutes until the machine
finishes cleaning the roller.
■ Cleaning the ADF Roller
If the ADF roller is dirty, the documents will be dirty after you feed them into the ADF. In this case, you can
clean the ADF roller using the Additional Functions.
NOTE
• If a paper jam occurs in the ADF, remove jammed paper from the ADF (→ p. 6-3), then perform the
procedure below.
1 Press Additional Functions.
2 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select
7 Each time you press Set, the ADF roller
rotates about 1/3 of the roller. Wipe the
ADF roller with a dry cloth.
ADJUST/CLEAN.
3 Press Set.
4 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select CLEAN ADF
ROLLER.
ADJUST/CLEAN
2.CLEAN ADF ROLLER
5 Open the ADF.
ADF roller
• Repeat this step until the ADF roller becomes
clean.
6 Press Set.
START CLEAN :[SET]
END CLEAN
:[STOP]
IMPORTANT
• Do not touch the ADF roller being rotated.
Your fingers or clothing may be pinched in
the roller, resulting in personal injury.
8 Press Stop/Reset to finish the cleaning.
• The LCD returns to standby display.
5
Maintenance
• If you attempt to clean the ADF roller when the
ADF is closed, OPEN THE ADF appears.
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When to Replace the Cartridge
The cartridge is a consumable item and should be replaced when the toner runs out.
The following guidelines will help you to determine when to replace the cartridge.
• When the toner is running low, the LCD displays REPLACE CARTRIDGE.
NOTE
If white streaks or light bands
are displayed on copies, or
REPLACE CARTRIDGE appears
on the LCD, the toner in the
cartridge is running low.
Paper feeding
direction
Remove the cartridge from the machine.
Rock the cartridge 5 or 6 times to
distribute the toner evenly.
Re-install the cartridge in the machine.
Then, make a few test copies or
printouts.
If the copies appear normal
You can use the cartridge,
however, a new one will be
needed soon.
5-4
If white streaks or light bands
are still present
Replace the cartridge with a
new one. (→ p. 5-7)
Copy Yield
This section describes the approximate number of copies that can be made per cartridge.
Approximate copy yield
Canon L50 Cartridge: approx. 5,000 copies (A4 at 5% ink coverage).
* The term “A4 at 5% ink coverage” denotes an original on which the area covered with black ink is 5% of the
total area of an A4-size sheet.
• The actual number of copies that can be made per cartridge depends in part on the copy exposure setting, room
temperature and humidity.
• If you copy a large number of originals which contain heavy print or many photographs, toner consumption
will increase, and white streaks will appear on copies sooner than indicated above. Toner consumption will
also increase if you copy with the ADF left open.
• Small-sized originals and originals with less print will use less toner. However, although you may be able to
use the cartridge longer than indicated above, dark bands might appear on copies.
Handling and Storing the Cartridge
This section describes the precautions to ensure optimum copy quality.
Handling Precautions
• Do not throw cartridge into open flames, as this may cause the toner to ignite and result in burns
or a fire.
• The cartridge emits low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel
abnormalities, please move away from the cartridge, and consult your doctor.
5
Maintenance
WARNING
• Never attempt to disassemble the cartridge or open the protective shutter of the drum.
IMPORTANT
NOTE
• If the machine is brought from the cold outdoors into a warm room, or if the room is rapidly heated,
condensation may form inside the machine.
This can adversely effect the quality of your copy images (e.g., copies are completely black).
When the machine is exposed to such conditions, allow at least two hours for the machine to adjust to
room temperature before attempting to use it.
• Always hold the cartridge as shown so that the side with the written instructions facing upward. Do not
forcefully move or push the protection shutter of the drum in any way.
Written instructions
Drum’s protective
shutter
5-5
Storage Precautions
WARNING
CAUTION
IMPORTANT
• Do not store cartridges or copy paper in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the
toner or copy paper to ignite and resulting in burns or a fire.
• Keep cartridges and other consumables out of the reach of children. If the contents of these items
are ingested, consult a physician immediately.
• Place the cartridge in its protective bag so that the side with the written instructions is facing upward.
Then, place the bagged cartridge into its shipping box. Store the unused cartridge out of direct sunlight.
• For partially used/opened cartridges, place the cartridge in its protective bag so that the side with the
written instructions is facing upward. Then place the bagged cartridge into its shipping box and store it
away from direct sunlight.
• Avoid storing the cartridge in front of heaters and humidifiers, etc. Store it in a location where the
temperature does not exceed 104°F (40°C).
• The recommended storage conditions are as follows:
Temperature
68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C)
Relative Humidity 40% to 70%.
• Do not stand the cartridge on end or turn it upside down.
Storing Partially Used Cartridges
If you remove a cartridge from the machine, store the cartridge as described below.
Place the cartridge in its protective bag so that the side with the written instructions is facing upward. Then, place
the cartridge into its shipping box. Be sure to securely close the lid of the shipping box.
If you do not have the protective bag or shipping box for the cartridge, store the cartridge in a dark location.
Recycling Used Cartridges
Canon has instituted a worldwide recycling program for cartridges called “The Clean
Earth Campaign.” This program preserves precious natural resources by utilizing a
variety of materials found in the used cartridges that are of no further use, to
remanufacture new cartridges which, at the same time, keeps the environment cleaner
by reducing landfill waste. Complete details concerning this program are enclosed in
each PC Cartridge box.
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Replacing the Cartridge
This section describes how to remove the used cartridge and replace it with a new one. Before replacing the
cartridge, be sure to read the section When to Replace the Cartridge. (→ p. 5-4)
1 Lift the platen unit lever q and slide the
platen unit w until the 34 mark appears.
3 Grip the end of the cartridge, and remove it
from the machine.
2
1
• There are some areas inside the machine
and cartridge which are subject to high
voltages and high temperatures. Take
adequate precaution when performing
internal inspections, to avoid burns or
electrical shock.
4 Remove the new cartridge from its
2 Open the cartridge cover.
IMPORTANT
protective bag. Save the protective bag.
You may need it later when you remove the
cartridge from the machine.
5
Maintenance
IMPORTANT
• You cannot replace the cartridge when the
cartridge cover is partially open.
5-7
5 Rock the cartridge 5 or 6 times to distribute
the toner evenly.
8 Hold the cartridge as shown below, so that
the Canon logo label is facing up.
NOTE
• If toner is not evenly distributed inside the
cartridge, it can cause streaking or fading
on the printed page.
6 Place the cartridge on a flat and stable
surface. And, grip the sealing tape tab and
snap it in the direction as shown below.
Make sure that the tab itself is detached
from the cartridge.
Position the arrow mark on the cartridge
toward the inside of the machine, and
gently slide the cartridge into the machine
as far as it will go.
7 While grasping the cartridge with one
hand, firmly and slowly pull the sealing
tape tab with the other hand to remove the
sealing tape completely. Throw the tape
away.
• To avoid breaking the tape, do not pull the
IMPORTANT
tape out at an upward or downward angle.
NOTE
• When the cartridge is installed or removed
from the machine, the drum’s protective
shutter opens. Do not touch the
photosensitive drum. Finger oil could cause
a deterioration in copy quality.
9 Close the cartridge cover and slide the
platen unit to the original position.
5-8
The Clean Earth Campaign
THE CANON CARTRIDGE RECYCLING PROGRAM
The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program fulfills the first initiative of Canon’s Clean Earth Campaign, which
supports four critical environmental areas:
•
•
•
•
Recycling in the Workplace
Conserving Environmental Resources
Scientific Research and Education
Encouraging Outdoors Appreciation
The remaining “Clean Earth” initiatives are supported in the U.S. through sponsorships of the National Park
Foundation, the National Wildlife Federation, and The Nature Conservancy and in Canada through donations to
the World Wildlife Fund Canada and The Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Since its inception, The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program has collected millions of cartridges that otherwise
would have been discarded into landfills or similar facilities. Instead, this rapidly growing program returns used
cartridges to the manufacturing process, thus conserving an array of resources.
Becoming a part of this worthwhile program is easy. When your cartridge is of no further use, simply follow the
instructions detailed for U.S. or Canadian residents.
We appreciate your support of The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program.
Working together we can make a significant contribution to a cleaner planet.
5
Maintenance
• Cartridges collected through this program are not refilled.
• You are not entitled to a tax deduction or rebate for the return of empty cartridges.
• This program may be modified or discontinued without notice.
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U.S.A. PROGRAM
Packaging
Option A-1: Single Box Return
• Repackage the empty cartridge utilizing the wrapper and pulp
mould end-blocks from the new cartridge’s box.
• Place the empty cartridge in the box of your new cartridge.
Seal the box.
Option B: Volume Box Return
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to
ship cartridges.
• Place as many cartridges as possible into one box.
Carefully seal the box with tape;
or
• Call 1-800-OK-CANON to receive your free eight cartridge
collection box.
Option A-2: Multiple Box Return
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to
ship cartridges.
• Complete Option A-1.
• Bundle multiple cartridge boxes together securely with tape.
Please be sure that the shipment does not exceed UPS specifications.
Maximum weight = 70 pounds
Maximum length = 108 inches
Maximum girth (length + 2 × width + 2 × height) = 130 inches
If your shipment exceeds the above limits, please call 1-800-OK-CANON for special shipping information.
Please Note:
Do not send defective cartridges for replacement.
Defective cartridges under warranty should be exchanged by an authorized dealer or service facility as
provided in the warranty.
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Shipping
Apply the UPS authorized returning label provided in this guide.
Residents of Alaska and Hawaii: Do not use the UPS authorized returning label. For Alaska and Hawaii
Canon set up alternative mail service with the U.S. Postal Service.
Please call 1-800-OK-CANON to receive U.S. Postal Service merchandise returning label.
Option A: UPS Pick-up
• Give the shipment to your UPS driver when you receive your
next regular delivery;
or
• Take the shipment to your local UPS receiving point.
Option B: MBE Drop off
Take the shipment to a participating MBE (Mail Boxes, Etc.)
Center.
For location, please call 1-800-949-6660.
Maintenance
5
By using either of the above methods of shipment, your used cartridge(s) will be forwarded to
the Canon Cartridge Collection Center at no charge to you.
For further information about the Clean Earth Campaign in the United States, please call:
1-800-OK-CANON
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CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA PROGRAMME
Option A: Single Box Return
• Repackage the empty cartridge utilizing the wrapper and pulp
mould end-blocks from the new cartridge’s box.
• Place the empty cartridge in the box of your new cartridge.
Seal the box.
• Apply the Canon Canada Inc./Canada Post label provided in
this brochure.
Canon’s labels are specially marked so that Canon pays the
postage.
• Deposit your empty cartridge in any full size street mailbox
or take it to your local Canada Post outlet or franchise.
Option B: Volume Box Return (8 or more cartridges)
We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way
to ship cartridges.
• Call 1-800-667-2666 to receive your free Canon collection
box kit.
The collection box can accommodate eight individual
cartridge boxes.
• Place your eight individually packaged boxes of empty
cartridges into the Canon collection box. Seal the box.
• Apply the Canon Canada Inc./Canada Post label provided in
this brochure.
Canon’s labels are specially marked so that Canon pays the
postage.
• Deliver to any local Canada Post outlet or franchise.
Customers who hold a Commercial pick-up agreement with
Canada Post may have their collection box picked up.
Working to preserve endangered species is a long-standing Canon interest.
To this end, for every cartridge collected, Canon Canada donates $1, shared equally between World Wildlife Fund
Canada and the Nature Conservancy of Canada. This donation is utilized in Canada.
For further information about The Clean Earth Campaign in Canada, please call or write to Canon.
1-800-667-2666
Canon Canada Inc.
Corporate Customer Relations
6390 Dixie Road
Mississauga, ON L5T 1P7
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Repacking and Transporting
Be sure to unplug the power cord before transporting the machine. If the machine is likely to be subjected to
vibration (e.g., when transporting over long distances), the following precautions should be taken. If you do not
follow these precautions, the machine may be damaged or the quality of your copy images may be adversely
affected.
2 If the machine is connected to a telephone
or PC, remove the telephone line or cable.
3 Lift the platen unit lever, slide the platen
unit and open the cartridge cover.
4 Pull out the shipping attachment you
inserted in the holder when installing the
machine. (The removed shipping
attachment is needed in step 7.)
5 Grip the end of the cartridge, and remove it
from the machine. In order to avoid direct
sunlight, put the removed cartridge in the
protective bag that the cartridge was in
when you purchased it.
6 Close the cartridge cover and slide the
platen unit to the original position.
7 Attach the shipping attachment on the left
side of the machine using a coin.
5
Shipping attachment
NOTE
Maintenance
1 Unplug the power cord.
• Affix the label that was removed from the
machine during unpacking.
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Carrying the Machine by the Sides
Remove the output tray and close the multi-purpose tray.
Grip the handles on the sides of the machine and lift up the machine, as shown in the illustration above.
CAUTION
• When carrying this machine, be sure to hold it in the designated places as shown in the
illustration. Dropping the machine can cause personal injury.
Transporting the Machine by Car
Pack the machine, using the original packing material and box.
Place the machine on a level, stable surface.
IMPORTANT
5-14
• Do not leave the machine inside a car for a long period of time; the temperature can become very high
or low.
• Avoid rough roads; excessive vibration may damage the machine or adversely affect the quality of your
copy images.
• Place a cover over the machine. Do not leave the machine in direct sunlight.
• When moving the machine, use the original shipping box that it was packed in when you purchased it.
• When using the original shipping box, do not place the power cord or other objects on the ADF; this
may damage the ADF.
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams
This section describes how to remove jammed paper from the main unit, paper cassette, ADF, and multi-purpose
tray.
Removing Jammed Paper from Inside the Main Unit
When print media jams inside the main unit, the LCD displays REC. PAPER JAM and SLIDE PLATEN
LEFT.
CAUTION
NOTE
• There are some areas inside the machine and cartridge which are subject to high voltages and
high temperatures. Take adequate precaution when performing internal inspections, to avoid
burns or electrical shock.
• When removing copy paper which has become jammed from inside the machine, take care not to allow
the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty
your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with
warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains.
1 Lift the platen unit lever q and slide the
platen unit w until the 34 mark appears.
2 Open the cartridge cover.
6
Troubleshooting
2
1
3 Remove the cartridge from the machine.
6-1
4 Flip the transfer guide.
NOTE
• Be sure to remove jammed paper from
inside the main unit even when the jammed
paper has been partially output.
7 Open the right cover.
8 Gently remove any jammed paper from
inside the main unit, then close the right
cover.
5 Gently remove any jammed paper from
inside the main unit.
9 Pull out the cassette and reset any paper
NOTE
• After removing jammed paper, be sure to
return the transfer guide to the original
position.
stuck out of the cassette. Then, push the
cassette back into the main unit.
6 Return the cartridge back into the machine,
then close the cartridge cover.
10 Slide the platen unit to the original
position.
• The print out will start again.
NOTE
6-2
Removing Jammed Paper from the ADF
When print media jams in the ADF, the LCD displays CHECK DOCUMENT and OPEN THE ADF.
1 Gently remove the jammed paper from the
document output slot of the ADF.
3 Open the ADF, then pull the paper out
straight.
2 Open the feeder cover and gently remove
the jammed paper from the ADF.
NOTE
• Open the ADF and make sure there is no
document left.
• After removing jammed paper, even edges
of the document and reload it in the ADF.
Removing Jammed Paper from the Multi-purpose Tray
When print media jams in the multi-purpose tray, the LCD displays REC. PAPER JAM and SLIDE PLATEN
LEFT.
1 Gently remove the jammed paper from the
multi-purpose tray.
NOTE
Troubleshooting
6
• Please check any jammed paper inside the
machine. (→ p. 6-1)
6-3
LCD Messages
The following messages are displayed in the LCD when the machine is performing a function or encounters an error.
This section describes the general messages and ones related to copy functions. For the messages related to fax
functions, → Fax Guide.
Message
Action
When collating copies or making a
2 on 1 copy of documents using the
platen glass, Start is pressed
before replacing a document.
Replace the document then press Start.
CHECK DOCUMENT
OPEN THE ADF
There is a paper jam in the ADF.
Remove the document you are trying to copy
or send from the ADF. (→ p. 6-3)
Make sure that the document is not too long
or too short. (→ p. 3-1)
CHECK PRINTER
An abnormality has occurred in the
printer.
Unplug the machine and wait for 10 minutes,
then plug it in again. If the message remains,
unplug the machine and call your service
representative.
DOCUMENT TOO LONG
The document is longer than 14
inches (356 mm).
Reduce the length of the document to within
14 inches (356 mm), and then copy/re-send
it.
The ADF roller rotates without
feeding documents.
Fan the edge that will feed into the machine
first, then tap the edge of multipage
documents on a flat surface to even the stack.
INCORRECT PAPER SIZE
The size of the paper in the cassette
and that specified in the CAS.
PAPER SIZE setting of the
Additional Functions are different.
Load the correct paper size or change the
CAS. PAPER SIZE setting of the
Additional Functions (→ p. 7-2). Then reset
the machine by sliding the platen unit to the
left and then back to the original position.
INSTALL CARTRIDGE
The cartridge is not installed.
Install the cartridge correctly.
LOAD LTR SIZE PAPER
No letter size paper is loaded in the
cassette.
Load letter size paper in the cassette.
(→ pp. 4-9, 4-10)
MEMORY FULL
The machine’s memory is full
because collate copy or 2 on 1 copy
was set when a large document is
loaded.
Divide the document and copy each part
separately.
If MEMORY FULL and PRESS SET KEY
appear while scanning documents using the
ADF, the document being scanned stops in
the ADF. In this case, press Set to make the
document come out automatically.
SCANNING
Memory is getting low during
scanning because the document has
many graphics or photos,
alternatively 2 on 1 copy is set.
When memory space becomes available as
printing continues, the scanning resumes
automatically.
↔
CHANGE DOCUMENT
↔
MAKING SPACE IN MEM
PLEASE WAIT
6-4
Cause
Cause
Action
PLATEN IS OPEN
CLOSE THE PLATEN
The platen unit is not closed
correctly.
Slide the platen unit to the original position.
REC. PAPER JAM
SLIDE PLATEN LEFT
There is a paper jam.
Clear the paper jam (→ pp. 6-1 to 6-3) and
reload paper in the cassette or multi-purpose
tray.
REMOVE DOC. ON GLASS
A document has been left on the
platen glass.
Remove or change the document from the
platen glass.
REPLACE CARTRIDGE
The toner inside the cartridge is
running low.
Prepare a new cartridge, or replace the
cartridge with a new one. (→ p. 5-4)
START AGAIN
The paper in the cassette has run
out, the toner is running low, paper
jams have occurred, or the paper
size setting is wrong while the
report is printing.
After loading paper in the cassette, replacing
the toner cartridge, clearing jams, or
specifying the correct paper size, print the
report again.
STOP KEY PRESSED
PRESS SET KEY
The document has stopped in the
ADF because you pressed
Stop/Reset while scanning.
Press Set to make the document come out
automatically.
SUPPLY REC. PAPER
No paper is loaded in the cassette
or multi-purpose tray.
Load paper in the cassette or multi-purpose
tray (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6). Make sure the paper
stack in the cassette or multi-purpose tray
does not exceed the height of the length
guide’s claws or the paper limit guide
respectively. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
If you load paper while making copies, do
not load a different paper size.
SYSTEM ERROR
Exxx
An error of some kind has occurred
in the machine.
Unplug the machine and wait for 10 minutes,
then plug it in again. If this does not solve
the problem, unplug the machine and call
your service representative.
6
Troubleshooting
Message
6-5
Paper Feeding Problems
❚ Paper does not feed correctly.
The cassette or multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
• Make sure the paper stack in the cassette or multi-purpose tray does not exceed the height of the length guide’s
claws or the paper limit guide. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the cassette or multi-purpose tray, and that the length guide of
the cassette and the slide guide of the multi-purpose tray is adjusted correctly. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
❚ Paper feeds skewed. (Printing is skewed.)
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the cassette or multi-purpose tray, and that the length guide of
the cassette and the slide guide of the multi-purpose tray is adjusted correctly. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
• Make sure the paper exit path is clear.
❚ Multiple sheets feed into the machine at the same time.
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the cassette or multi-purpose tray, and that the length guide of
the cassette and the slide guide of the multi-purpose tray is adjusted correctly. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
Sheets of paper may be sticking together.
• Be sure to fan the paper stack before loading it in the cassette or multi-purpose tray. This keeps the sheets of
paper from sticking together.
The cassette or multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
• Make sure the paper stack in the cassette or multi-purpose tray does not exceed the height of the length guide’s
claws or the paper limit guide. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
• Do not force the paper stack into the cassette or multi-purpose tray.
Different types of paper may be loaded in the cassette or multi-purpose tray.
• Load only one type of paper.
• Make sure you load paper that meets the paper requirements for the machine. (→ Chapter 2)
❚ Transparencies do not feed correctly.
The transparencies are loaded in the cassette.
• Do not load transparencies in the cassette. Load them in the multi-purpose tray.
The transparencies may not be loaded in the multi-purpose tray correctly.
• Make sure they are loaded properly (→ p. 2-6). The transparencies should be loaded one by one in the multipurpose tray.
The transparencies for color copiers may be loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
• Do not use any transparencies for color copiers. They will cause a paper jam. Please use transparencies
recommended by Canon.
6-6
❚ Repeated paper jams occur.
The paper you are using may be causing the jams.
• Be sure to fan the paper stack before loading it in the cassette or multi-purpose tray. This keeps the sheets of
paper from sticking together.
• Check that the size, thickness and type of the paper you are using and your printing environment are within the
specifications of the machine. (→ Chapter 2, p. 1-1)
❚ Envelopes do not feed correctly.
The envelopes are loaded in the cassette.
• Do not load the envelopes in the cassette. Load them in the multi-purpose tray.
Envelopes may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the envelopes are loaded properly (→ p. 2-7). Do not load more than 10 envelopes in the multipurpose tray.
The envelopes you are using may not meet the requirements for the machine.
• Envelopes must be US COMMERCIAL 10, MONARCH, EUROPEAN DL, ISO-B5, ISO-C5, YOGATA #4,
YOGATA #2 envelopes. (→ p. 2-7)
Copying Problems
❚ The machine will not make a copy.
The cartridge may not be installed properly.
• Make sure the cartridge is installed properly. (→ Set-up Instructions)
The paper cassette may not be inserted completely into the main unit.
• Insert the paper cassette as far as it will go. (→ p. 2-3)
The document may not have been loaded correctly.
• Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and load it in the ADF correctly. (→ p. 3-4)
• Make sure the ADF is closed.
6
Troubleshooting
The sealing tape may not be removed from the cartridge.
• Remove the sealing tape from the cartridge. (→ Set-up Instructions)
Document may be left on the platen glass.
• Remove the document from the platen glass, and load it in the ADF again.
❚ MEMORY FULL or MAKING SPACE IN MEM appears in the LCD when making
copies of a multiple-page document.
Paper in the cassette or multi-purpose tray may be run out.
• If there is no paper and the machine’s memory becomes full during copying, MAKING SPACE IN MEM and
SUPPLY REC. PAPER are displayed alternately. If paper is loaded, the copying resumes automatically.
The document you are copying may have too many graphics or photos.
• When making copies of such documents, separate the documents into smaller stacks or feed them one by one.
The machine’s memory is full.
• Print or delete any documents stored in memory (→ Fax Guide) to free up space in the machine’s memory,
then start again.
6-7
❚ If the documents have black streaks or appear dirty after you feed them in the ADF.
The ADF roller is dirty.
• Clean the ADF roller. (→ p. 5-3)
• For additional troubleshooting, → Print Quality Problems.
NOTE
Print Quality Problems
❚ The print quality is not what you expect; print is not clear, has missing dots or white
streaks.
The size, thickness and type of the paper you are using are not within the specifications of the machine.
• Check that the paper you are using is supported by the specifications of the machine. (→ p. 2-1)
The cartridge may not be installed properly.
• Make sure the cartridge is installed properly. (→ Set-up Instructions)
The toner in the cartridge may be low.
• Refer to “When to Replace the Cartridge” (→ p. 5-4) and replace if necessary. (→ p. 5-7)
The copy exposure may not be adjusted correctly.
• Adjust exposure correctly. (→ p. 4-6)
❚ Copies are dirty.
The platen glass or rear side of the ADF may be dirty.
• Clean the platen glass or rear side of the ADF. (→ p. 5-1)
The rollers inside the machine are dirty.
• Clean the rollers. (→ p. 5-2)
There may be a scratch on the cartridge.
• Replace the cartridge with a new one.
Condensation has built up inside the machine.
• Allow at least two hours for the machine to adjust to room temperature before attempting to use it.
The machine may be installed in a location where the floor or foundation is unstable.
• Install the machine in a proper location. (→ p. 1-1)
❚ Black lines on the copy
The read area of the platen glass is dirty.
• Clean the read area of the platen glass. (→ p. 5-2)
❚ Copies are too dark or too light.
The copy exposure may not be adjusted correctly.
• Adjust the copy exposure correctly in the PRINT EXPOSURE of the COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional
Functions. (→ p. 7-2)
TONER SAVER MODE may be set to ON in the COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional Functions.
• Set TONER SAVER MODE to OFF. (→ p. 7-2)
6-8
❚ The copy images are partly missing or shaded when you make copies on thick paper.
MP PAPERTYPE or HIGH COPY MODE of COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional Functions may not be
set correctly.
• Select SPECIAL PAPER 1 in MP PAPERTYPE. (→ p. 7-2)
• Set HIGH COPY MODE to ON. (→ p. 7-2)
❚ The copy images are missing when you make copies on envelopes.
MP PAPERTYPE of COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional Functions may not be set correctly.
• Select SPECIAL PAPER 2 in MP PAPERTYPE. (→ p. 7-2)
❚ The copy images are missing when you make copies using the 2 on 1 function.
The documents may not be the letter size.
• Be sure to use 2 sheets of letter size documents when you make copies using the 2 on 1 function.
❚ The copy images are missing when you make copies.
330 mm may be selected in MAX. SCAN LENGTH of COPY SETTINGS of the Additional Functions.
• Select 356 mm in MAX. SCAN LENGTH. (→ p. 7-3)
❚ The edges of copies are dirty when you make copies using the multi-purpose tray.
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE of COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional Functions may not be set correctly.
• Set MP TRAY PAPERSIZE to ON and specify the size. (→ p. 7-2)
❚ The copies are dirty only when you use thin paper or tracing paper.
❚ There are shaded parts on the bottoms of copies.
You made copies of a letter size document on legal size paper.
• Select 330 mm in MAX. SCAN LENGTH of COPY SETTINGS of the Additional Functions. (→ p. 7-3)
6
Troubleshooting
Other mode except for TRACING PAPER in MP PAPERTYPE of COMMON SETTINGS of the Additional
Functions may be selected.
• Select TRACING PAPER. (→ p. 7-2)
❚ A copy of large-size document cannot be made.
330 mm may be selected in MAX. SCAN LENGTH of COPY SETTINGS of the Additional Functions.
• Select 356 mm in MAX. SCAN LENGTH. (→ p. 7-3)
6-9
Printing Problems
❚ The Alarm indicator comes on.
The machine may have a paper jam.
• Clear the paper jam. (→ pp. 6-1 to 6-3)
• If the machine has no paper jam, unplug the machine and wait 10 minutes, then plug it in again. If the problem
is fixed, the Alarm indicator will turn off, and the LCD will return to standby mode. If the Alarm indicator
remains lit, unplug the machine, and call your service representative.
❚ Printout does not match paper size.
Paper may not be loaded and aligned correctly in the cassette or in the multi-purpose tray.
• Make sure the paper is loaded and aligned correctly. (→ pp. 2-3, 2-6)
General Problems
❚ The machine has no power.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall outlet. Insert the power cord
straight into the power cord connector on the left side of the machine. Do not insert it at an angle. Otherwise,
the machine may not be properly connected to the power source and may not turn on. If this happens,
disconnect the power cord, and reconnect it correctly after a minute or more. (→ Set-up Instructions)
❚ Nothing appears in the LCD.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall outlet. Insert the power cord
straight into the power cord connector on the left side of the machine. Do not insert it at an angle. Otherwise,
the machine may not be properly connected to the power source and may not turn on. If this happens,
disconnect the power cord, and reconnect it correctly after a minute or more. (→ Set-up Instructions) If the
LCD remains blank, unplug the machine and wait more than 10 minutes until the temperature inside the
machine lowers, then plug it in again. If the LCD remains blank, unplug the machine, and call your service
representative.
The Energy Saver key lights up.
• The energy saver mode activates. To restore the machine from the energy saver mode, press Energy Saver.
❚ The letter “E” and numbers appear in the LCD.
An abnormality has occurred in the machine.
• Unplug the machine and wait more than 10 minutes, then plug it in again. If the message is still displayed,
unplug the machine and call your service representative.
6-10
If You Cannot Solve the Problem
If you have a problem with your machine and you cannot solve it by referring to the information in this chapter,
call your service representative. (→ p. v)
CAUTION
• If the machine makes strange noises, emits smoke or strange smells, unplug the power cord
immediately, and then call your service representative. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair
the machine yourself.
• Attempting to repair the machine yourself may void the limited warranty.
IMPORTANT
If you need to call your service representative, make sure you have the following information:
• Product name
imageCLASS D680/D660/D661
• Serial number
The serial number is on the label located at the back of the machine.
CAPT software version number → Printer Guide
Place of purchase
Nature of problem
Steps you have taken to solve the problem and the results
6
Troubleshooting
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6-11
6-12
Chapter 7
Setting the Additional
Functions
Understanding the “Additional Functions”
• To specify or register the settings of the fax function, → Fax Guide.
NOTE
Accessing the Additional Functions
1 Press Additional Functions.
• The Additional Functions key blinks.
2 Press 4 (–) or e (+) to select the menu
you want to change.
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
Ex: 2 . C O P Y S E T T I N G S
3 Press Set.
COPY SETTINGS
1.STD. IMAGEQUALITY
4 Use 4 (–) or e (+) to select the sub menu
you want to change.
Ex:
COPY SETTINGS
2.STANDARD EXPOSURE
7
Setting the Additional Functions
The menus of the Additional Functions can allow you to specify or register various settings. Available menus
differ depending on the machine type. This chapter explains the procedure to access the menus, and the contents
of the menus related to the common settings and the copy functions.
5 Press Set.
Ex:
STANDARD EXPOSURE
AUTO
NOTE
• Details for sub menus, → pp. 7-2 to 7-4.
• After selecting the item or value with
4 (–) or e (+), press Set to enter the
setting.
• Press Stop/Reset to exit from Additional
Functions.
7-1
Menu Descriptions
COMMON SETTINGS
Name
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE
Descriptions
Selects the size of paper in the multi-purpose tray.
OFF
Select when you do not select the size of paper in the
multi-purpose tray.
FREE SIZE: Free size
SET ON LOADING: Select when specifying the paper size
each time you use the multi-purpose tray. The envelope type
can also be specified in SET ON LOADING.
ON
LTR, STMT, CUSTOM PAPER SIZE (length and width
can be specified in millimeters), A4, B5, A5, LGL
CAS. PAPER SIZE
Select the size of paper loaded in the cassette.
LTR/LGL, B5, FOLIO, FOOLSCAP, A4
PRINT EXPOSURE
The exposure can be adjusted to one of five levels.
(center)
MP PAPERTYPE
Select the paper type.
PLAIN PAPER, TRACING PAPER, TRANSPARENCY,
SPECIAL PAPER 1, SPECIAL PAPER 2
(If you select a paper type other than PLAIN PAPER
and select the multi-purpose tray with Paper Select, T
will appear on the standby display.)
HIGH COPY MODE
Set this mode when making copies on thick paper, or
when the humidity is high.
ON
Sets a high quality printing copy.
(If you set it to ON and select the multi-purpose tray with
Paper Select, # will appear on the standby display.)
OFF
Sets a normal quality printing copy.
TONER SAVER MODE
Sets the toner save mode.
ON
The toner save mode is turned on.
OFF
The toner save mode is turned off.
PRT FEED INTERVAL
Sets a paper feeding interval.
When successively making copies from photo originals
containing half-tones on LTR-, LGL-, A4- or B5-size
paper, black bands may appear on copies. To avoid this,
select LONG INTERVAL.
LONG INTERVAL
Printing is performed at a slightly longer feeding interval
while adjustments are made to the drum.
NORMAL INTERVAL
Printing is performed at a normal feeding interval.
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
Select the message language.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, PORTUGUESE
(The factory default setting is in bold face.)
NOTE
7-2
• For the D680 model, DEFAULT SETTINGS, SW AFTER AUTO CLR and VOLUME CONTROL are
also displayed. (→ Fax Guide)
COPY SETTINGS
Name
Descriptions
STD. IMAGEQUALITY
Select the document type.
TEXT ORIGINAL: Character mode
TEXT/PHOTO*1: Text/photo mode
PHOTO*1: Photo mode
STANDARD EXPOSURE
Selects the auto or manual mode of exposure setting.
MANUAL
The exposure is adjusted automatically.
The exposure is adjusted manually.
The exposure can be adjusted in 9 steps. (center)
STD ZOOM RATIO
Selects the copy ratio (for the D680/D660 models only).
50 to 200 % (100 %)
STANDARD COPY QTY
Selects the copy quantity.
01 to 99 (01)
AUTO SORT
Sets the auto sort.
ON
The auto sort function is turned on.
OFF
The auto sort function is turned off.
MAX. SCAN LENGTH
Selects the maximum book scanning length.
330 mm
Select when not using the legal size document (when the
document size is smaller than the letter or A4 size).
356 mm
Select when using the legal size document.
PAPER SIZE GROUP
The paper size group can be selected. If the paper size
group is changed, the preset copy ratios, 2 on 1 copy
ratio and 2 on 1 paper size will change.
INCH
Preset copy ratios: 50%, 64%, 78%, 100%, 129%, 200%.
2 on 1 copy ratio: 64%, LTR size.
A
Preset copy ratios: 50%, 70%, 100%, 141%, 200%.
2 on 1 copy ratio: 70%, A4 size.
AB
Preset copy ratios: 50%, 70%, 81%, 86%, 100%, 115%,
141%, 200%.
2 on 1 copy ratio: 70%, A4 size.
SHARPNESS
7
Setting the Additional Functions
AUTO*
2
Black and white of an image can be sharpened. When
you want to make characters and lines clear, select a big
number. When you make copies of photographs, select a
small number.
1 to 9 (5)
(The factory default setting is in bold face.)
*1 STANDARD EXPOSURE automatically changes to MANUAL when TEXT/PHOTO or PHOTO is selected.
*2 STD.IMAGEQUALITY automatically changes to TEXT ORIGINAL when AUTO is selected.
7-3
TIMER SETTINGS
Name
Descriptions
DATE/TIME SETTING
Enter the current date and time.
AUTO CLEAR
Sets the auto clear function.
ON
The auto clear function is turned on.
1 to 9 MIN. (2 MIN.)
OFF
The auto clear function is turned off.
The energy saver mode can be set.
ENERGY SAVER
ON
The energy saver mode is set.
3 to 30 MIN. (5 MIN.)
OFF
The energy saver mode is turned off.
The time of each day to execute the energy saver
function can be set.
DAILY TIMER SET
1.SUN, 2.MON, 3.TUE, 4.WED, 5.THU,
6.FRI, 7.SAT
Enter the desired time for the desired day. You can adjust
the time by 1 minute in the range from 00:00 to
23:59.
If you want to clear the settings, press #.
Set the format for the DATE & TIME settings menu and
how the date is displayed in the LCD in standby mode.
MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM YYYY, YYYY MM/DD
DATE SETUP
(The factory default setting is in bold face.)
ADJUST/CLEAN
Name
Descriptions
ROLLER CLEANING
Select when the printed paper is dirty.
CLEAN ADF ROLLER
Select when the documents have black streaks and appear
dirty after they were fed out of the ADF.
RESTART PRINTER
Restarts the printer functions. (→ Printer Guide)
PRINT LISTS
Name
Descriptions
USER DATA
Prints out a list of items set or registered in the
Additional Functions.
CANCEL REPORT
Cancels printout of the report.
• For the D680 model, SPEED DIAL LIST is also displayed. (→ Fax Guide)
NOTE
7-4
Appendix:
Specifications
Photoconductive Material:
Copying System:
Developing System:
Fixing System:
Resolution:
Number of Tones:
Acceptable Originals:
Acceptable Copy Stock:
Copy Sizes:
Non-image Area:
Warm-up Time:
First Copy Time:
Copy Speed:
Magnification:
Paper Feeding System:
Multiple Copies:
Power Requirements:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions (W × D × H):
Installation Space (W × D):
Weight:
Personal Desktop
Stationary
Automatic Document Feeder: 30 sheets (Letter size, 20-lb bond or 80 g/m2)
15 sheets (Legal size, 20-lb bond or 80 g/m2)
Organic Photosensitive Conductor
Indirect Electrostatic Transfer System
Toner Projection System
Canon’s RAPID Fusing System™
Approx. 1200 dpi × 600 dpi
256
Up to Legal size
Sheets, books, and three-dimensional objects (up to 4.4 lb or 2 kg)
Cassette Feeding: 17 to 20-lb bond (64 to 80 g/m2)
Multi-purpose Tray: 16 to 32-lb bond (56 to 128 g/m2)
Plain paper, colored paper, recycled paper, transparencies*, tracing paper*, labels*,
envelopes*, and heavy paper* (up to 32-lb bond or 128 g/m2)
*Asterisk indicates copy stocks that need to be fed through the Multi-purpose tray.
Legal (8 1/2" × 14") to 3" × 5"
Automatic Document Feeder: Legal (8 1/2" × 14") to Statement (5 1/2" × 8 1/2")
0.20" (5 mm) at leading edge, 0.18" (4.5 mm) at trailing edge, left and right side
1 sec. (at room temperature of 68°F)
13 sec. [Letter size, direct, Manual Exposure Control, Cassette Feeding, platen
glass selected (except just after being restored from energy saver mode)]
Direct:
LTR
13 cpm
LGL
10 cpm
Reduction:
LGL → LTR (78%)
13 cpm
LTR → STMT (64%) 13 cpm
Min. (50%)
Enlargement: STMT → LTR (129%) 13 cpm
Max. (200%)
1:1 ±1.0%, 1:2.000, 1:1.294, 1:0.786, 1:0.647, 1:0.500
Zoom: 0.500 to 2.000 in 1% increments (D680/D660)
Cassette Feeding: 500 sheets of 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)
Multi-purpose Tray: 100 sheets; stack approx. 3/8" (10 mm) high
1- 99
120 V, 60 Hz [Power requirements differ depending on the country in which you
purchased the copier.]
0.78 kW (max.)
18 3/4" × 17 3/8" × 15 1/8" (475 mm × 442 mm × 384 mm)
32 1/2" × 17 3/8" (825 mm × 442 mm) [With the output tray attached and the multipurpose tray open]
Approx. 52.9 lb (24.0 kg) (including cartridge)
A
Specifications
Type:
Platen:
Features are subject to change without notice due to product improvements.
For high-quality copies, we recommend using paper and transparencies recommended by Canon. Some types of paper
available at office supply stores may not be suitable for this copier. If you have any questions about paper and
transparencies, consult your dealer or Canon Customer Relations.
A-1
A-2
Index
A
Additional Functions
accessing .............................................................7-1
key ...............................................................1-6, 7-1
understanding......................................................7-1
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
capacity ...............................................................3-4
jams in.................................................................6-3
loading documents in..........................................3-4
roller....................................................................1-4
ADJUST/CLEAN ...................................................7-4
Alarm indicator.......................................................1-6
AUTO CLEAR setting....................................4-1, 7-4
AUTO SORT setting...............................................7-3
C
CANCEL REPORT setting.....................................7-4
Cartridge
cover....................................................................1-4
handling...............................................................5-5
replacing...............................................5-4, 5-7, 5-8
storage .................................................................5-6
CAS. PAPER SIZE setting .....................................7-2
Cassette ...................................................................2-3
CHANGE DOCUMENT message .........................6-4
CHECK DOCUMENT OPEN THE ADF
message...................................................................6-4
CHECK PRINTER message ..................................6-4
CLEAN ADF ROLLER setting ......................5-3, 7-4
Cleaning
ADF roller...........................................................5-3
machine’s exterior...............................................5-1
periodic ...............................................................5-1
read area of the platen glass................................5-2
rollers at the inside of the main unit...................5-2
scanning area.......................................................5-1
CLOSE THE PLATEN message ............................6-5
Collate
copy.....................................................................4-7
key.......................................................................1-6
Colored paper .........................................................2-1
COMMON SETTINGS..........................................7-2
Convention, type.......................................................iv
COPY key .......................................................1-6, 4-1
Copy Mode .............................................................4-1
COPY SETTINGS..................................................7-3
Copy yield...............................................................5-5
Copying
adjusting the copy exposure ...............................4-6
document requirements.......................................3-1
paper requirements..............................................2-1
problems..............................................................6-7
setting enlarging/reducing...................................4-5
setting image quality...........................................4-6
Customer support....................................................1-1
I
Index
4 (–) key ................................................................1-6
e (+) key................................................................1-6
2 on 1
copy.....................................................................4-9
key.......................................................................1-6
D
DAILY TIMER SET setting ...................................7-4
DATE SETUP setting .............................................7-4
DATE/TIME SETTING .........................................7-4
DISPLAY LANGUAGE setting.............................7-2
Document
guides...........................................................1-5, 3-4
loading .........................................................3-3, 3-4
output slot ...........................................................1-5
positioning...........................................................3-3
problem ...............................................................3-2
quantity ...............................................................3-1
requirements........................................................3-1
scanned area........................................................3-2
size ......................................................................3-1
type......................................................................3-1
weight..................................................................3-1
Document feed
ADF.....................................................................3-4
platen glass..........................................................3-3
DOCUMENT TOO LONG message......................6-4
I-1
E
Energy saver key ....................................................1-6
ENERGY SAVER setting ...............................1-8, 7-4
Enlarge/Reduce
key.......................................................................1-6
setting..................................................................4-5
Envelopes
loading.................................................................2-7
printable area.......................................................2-2
Exposure
automatically.......................................................4-6
key.......................................................................1-6
manually..............................................................4-6
F
FAX key..................................................................1-6
Feeder cover ....................................................1-5, 6-3
G
Guide
document .....................................................1-5, 3-4
length...................................................................2-5
slide..............................................................1-5, 2-6
H
Handling, safety instructions ..................................1-3
HIGH COPY MODE setting ..................................7-2
I
Image Quality key ...........................................1-6, 4-6
Image Quality, setting.............................................4-6
INCORRECT PAPER SIZE message ....................6-4
Indicator
alarm ...................................................................1-6
in use/memory.....................................................1-6
INSTALL CARTRIDGE message..........................6-4
InUse/Memory indicator.........................................1-6
J
Jams
clearing................................................................6-1
in ADF.................................................................6-3
in multi-purpose tray...........................................6-3
inside the main unit.............................................6-1
I-2
L
LCD ........................................................................1-6
Length guide ...........................................................2-5
LOAD LTR SIZE PAPER message.......4-9, 4-10, 6-4
Loading
documents in the ADF ........................................3-4
envelopes in the multi-purpose tray ...................2-7
Loading paper
in the cassette......................................................2-3
in the multi-purpose tray.....................................2-6
Location, safety instructions...................................1-1
M
Maintenance, safety instructions ............................1-3
MAKING SPACE IN MEM message ....................6-4
MAX. SCAN LENGTH setting .............................7-3
MEMORY FULL message .....................................6-4
Menu descriptions...................................................7-2
Messages, LCD ...............................................6-4, 6-5
MP PAPERTYPE setting.................................4-4, 7-2
MP TRAY PAPERSIZE setting ......................4-3, 7-2
Multi-purpose tray
capacity ...............................................................2-6
jams in.................................................................6-3
loading paper.......................................................2-6
Multiple copies .......................................................4-3
N
Numeric keys..........................................................1-6
O
Operation panel ...............................................1-4, 1-6
Output tray..............................................................1-4
P
Paper
cassette ................................................................1-4
feeding problems.................................................6-6
jam ...............................................................2-1, 6-1
loading.................................................................2-3
printable area.......................................................2-2
requirements........................................................2-1
Paper Select key ..............................................1-6, 4-3
PAPER SIZE GROUP setting ................................7-3
Plain paper ..............................................................2-1
Q
Quality
print problems .....................................................6-8
Quantity
document.............................................................3-1
setting..................................................................4-3
R
Read area ................................................................5-2
REC. PAPER JAM SLIDE PLATEN LEFT
message...................................................................6-5
Recycled paper .......................................................2-1
Reduction/Enlargement ..........................................4-5
REMOVE DOC. ON GLASS message..................6-5
REPLACE CARTRIDGE message ........................6-5
Replacing
cartridge ...............................................5-4, 5-7, 5-8
Reserve Copy........................................................4-11
Right cover .............................................................1-4
ROLLER CLEANING setting ........................5-2, 7-4
S
Safety instructions
handling...............................................................1-3
location................................................................1-1
maintenance ........................................................1-3
power supply.......................................................1-2
Scan area.................................................................3-2
SCANNING message .............................................6-4
Set key ....................................................................1-6
SHARPNESS setting..............................................7-3
Size
document.............................................................3-1
indicators.............................................................3-3
print media ..........................................................2-1
Slide guide
ADF .............................................................1-5, 3-4
multi-purpose tray...............................................2-6
STANDARD COPY QTY setting ..........................7-3
STANDARD EXPOSURE setting .........................7-3
Standby display.......................................................1-7
START AGAIN message........................................6-5
Start key ..........................................................1-6, 4-1
STD ZOOM RATIO setting ...................................7-3
STD. IMAGEQUALITY setting ............................7-3
STOP KEY PRESSED
PRESS SET KEY message.....................................6-5
Stop/Reset key.................................................1-6, 4-1
SUPPLY REC. PAPER message ............................6-5
SYSTEM ERROR message ...................................6-5
I
Index
Platen
glass.....................................................................1-4
unit ......................................................................1-4
unit lever .............................................................1-4
PLATEN IS OPEN
CLOSE THE PLATEN message ............................6-5
PLEASE WAIT message ........................................6-4
Positioning document .............................................3-3
Power supply, safety instructions ...........................1-2
Preset Reduction/Enlargement................................4-5
PRINT EXPOSURE setting ...................................7-2
PRINT LISTS .........................................................7-4
Print media
requirements........................................................2-1
size ......................................................................2-1
type......................................................................2-1
weight..................................................................2-1
Print quality problems ............................................6-8
Printable areas.........................................................2-2
Problems
cannot solve ......................................................6-11
copying................................................................6-7
document.............................................................3-2
general...............................................................6-10
paper feeding.......................................................6-6
print quality.........................................................6-8
printing..............................................................6-10
PRT FEED INTERVAL setting ..............................7-2
T
TIMER SETTINGS................................................7-4
Toner in the cartridge..............................................5-4
TONER SAVER MODE setting.............................7-2
Transparencies.................................................2-1, 3-1
Tray
multi-purpose ......................................................1-4
output ..................................................................1-4
Two-sided copy ...........................................4-13, 4-14
I-3
U
USER DATA setting ...............................................7-4
W
Weight
document.............................................................3-1
machine ..............................................................A-1
print media ..........................................................2-1
Z
Zoom.......................................................................4-5
I-4
Memo
Index
I
I-5
Memo
I-6
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