Specifications | Canon MF8050Cn All in One Printer User Manual

Basic Operation Guide
Network Setting Procedure
Security Functions
Searching in Detail
See the e-Manual.
User Software CD-ROM
Searching the Installation and
Connection Procedure
See the Starter Guide.
Please read this guide before operating this product.
After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe
place for future reference.
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Before Using the Machine
P.1-1
Document and Paper Handling
P.2-1
Copying
P.3-1
Printing from a Computer
P.4-1
Registering Destinations
in the Address Book
P.5-1
Using the Fax Functions
P.6-1
Using the Scan Functions
P.7-1
Maintenance
P.8-1
Troubleshooting
P.9-1
Registering/
Setting the Various Functions
P.10-1
Appendix
P.11-1
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Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
There are a variety of copy functions that are explained in later pages of this manual as well as in the e-Manual. You
can enlarge or reduce copies as well as copy multiple documents onto one sheet. Additionally, you can erase the
background of documents or adjust the density and image quality before copying.
Below is a quick overview of highlighted copy features that you can utilize in your everyday use.
Adjusting the Image Quality According to the Document
For details, see "Copying" from p. 3-1.
Image Quality Adjustment
Background Adjustment
You can adjust the image quality according to the types of
documents.
A correct selection is necessary for the optimal reproduction
of the document.
You can copy with the background color of the document
erased.
You can also adjust the background for each color.
<Text/Photo/Map>
<Printed Image>
<Text>
Color Adjustment
You can adjust the density for each color.
Density Adjustment
You can adjust the density of copies according to the
document.
<Light>
<Dark>
Various Copy Functions
For details, see "Copying" from p. 3-1.
Enlarged/Reduced Copies
Reduced Layout
You can enlarge or reduce standard size documents to copy
on standard size paper or specify the copy ratio in
percentage.
You can reduce multiple documents to copy them onto one
sheet.
2 on 1
2-Sided Copying (MF8350Cdn Only)
You can copy 1-sided documents on both sides of paper.
4 on 1
Collating
You can sort copies into sets arranged in page order.
Copying ID Card
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You can make a copy of a 2-sided card onto one side of
paper.
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Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
There are a variety of print functions that are explained in later pages of this manual as well as in the e-Manual.
Enlarge or reduce documents and print multiple-page data onto one sheet. If you are using the MF8350Cdn, you can
also perform 2-sided printing.
Below is a quick overview of highlighted print features that you can utilize in your everyday use.
Various Printing Functions
For details, see "Printing from a Computer" from p. 4-1.
Enlarged/Reduced Printing
Reduced Layout
You can enlarge or reduce standard size documents to copy
on standard size paper or specify the copy ratio in
percentage.
You can reduce multiple documents to print them onto one
sheet.
2-Sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
You can print on both sides of paper.
Miscellaneous Printing Functions
For details, see "Print" in the
e-Manual.
Booklet Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
Watermark Printing
Booklet printing allows you to make a booklet by folding
printouts in half.
You can superimpose watermarks (such as [COPY] and
[DRAFT]) over the documents created by an application.
Switching between Color and B&W Printing
You can print color documents in black and white.
Poster Printing
You can magnify and divide a single page image to print it out
on multiple sheets of paper. You can make one large poster
by joining these printouts together.
Displaying a Preview before Printing
You can check the printout result on a computer display.
Selecting a "Profile"
Some printer driver settings are provided as "Profiles"
beforehand.
You can perform printing which suits your needs only by
selecting a "Profile."
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Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
There are a variety of fax functions that are explained in later pages of this manual as well as in the e-Manual. The
machine is equipped with a Super G3 fax, with high transmission speeds as well as the PC function which can send
a document from a computer directly, which reduces paper costs.
Below is a quick overview of highlighted fax features that you can utilize in your everyday use.
Sending a Document Directly from a Computer (PC Fax)
You can send a document or image created in an application
as a fax directly using the fax driver from a computer on a
network. Because you do not need to print the document, you
can reduce the paper cost as well as send a clear document
which has little dirt or blur.
For details, see "Fax" in the
e-Manual.
You can import the address book using the fax driver,
enabling you to send a fax to a destination easily without
mistakes.
You can also create a cover sheet for when sending a fax.
* You need to install the fax driver in a computer.
* If you are a Macintosh user, see the Fax Driver Guide.
Data is created
in a computer.
Send
Fax driver screen
Forwarding the Received Fax
You can forward received faxes automatically to a destination
specified beforehand.
By specifying the forwarding settings, you can forward all of
the received documents.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
By registering destinations for sending faxes beforehand, you
can save many steps to enter the destinations when sending
the documents.
For details, see "Using the Fax Functions" from p. 6-1.
Received fax
Forward
For details, see "Registering Destinations in the Address Book" from p. 5-1.
One-touch keys
Coded dialing
Group dialing
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Copy
Print
Fax
Various Sending/Receiving Functions
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
For details, see "Using the Fax Functions" from p. 6-1.
Various Sending Functions
Various Methods for Specifying a Destination
You can register fax destinations in the address book. You can
specify the destinations using various methods, enabling you to
send documents quickly and easily.
Destination search
Destination Group
You can combine multiple destinations and register them as a
group.
Up to 199 destinations can be combined.
AAAA
BBBB
CCCC
Specifying from the sending history
One-touch keys
By registering destinations in one-touch keys, you can specify
a destination in one step.
You can register up to 19 destinations in one-touch keys.
The previous setting
The second previous setting
The third previous setting
AAAA
Sequential broadcast
Coded dialing
Because you can register up to 181 destinations under coded
dial codes, you can register destinations which cannot be
registered under one-touch keys.
If you forget the coded dial codes, you can specify the
destination by searching it in the address book.
By scanning a document once, you can send the same
document to multiple destinations.
AAA
CCC
MMM
SSS
BBBB
###
Coded Dial
Number
Various Receiving Functions
Receiving in the Memory
Remote Receiving
Received documents are normally printed immediately.
However, you can store the documents temporarily in the
memory without printing.
You can print the stored documents at any time. If you do not
need them, you can delete them, saving paper to be used.
If an external telephone is connected, you can switch to the
fax receiving mode immediately by dialing the ID number for
fax receiving using the dial buttons of the telephone during a
phone call.
Quick View- Perform Useful Tasks
Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
There are a variety of scan functions that are explained in later pages of this manual as well as in the e-Manual. You
can easily send scanned documents to your computer as well as save scanned images or documents to a USB
memory directly from the machine.
Below is a quick overview of highlighted scan features that you can utilize in your everyday use.
Saving in a Computer
For details, see "Using the Scan Functions" from p. 7-1.
There are two methods for saving scanned documents in a computer.
Saving the Documents Using the Operation Panel of the Machine
You can easily save scanned documents
in a computer only by operating the
operation panel of the machine.
Various scanning settings have been
prepared for your purposes. Therefore,
you can create a "Searchable PDF" file,
which can be used for text retrieval or as
text data, without specifying special
settings.
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Documents
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Data
Saving the Documents Using Operations from a Computer
Documents
Scanning with the MF Toolbox
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Scanning is performed by operating the
software supplied with the machine.
For details, see "Scan" in the
e-Manual.
Data
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Scanning from an Application
Scanning with the WIA Driver (Windows XP/Vista/7 Only)
Scanning is performed using your application.
This allows you to open the scanned data as
is in your application.
Scanning is performed using the driver system supplied with
Windows operating systems.
There are various scanning methods.
࣭Scanning from the [Scanner and Camera Wizard] dialog box
࣭Scanning from the [Windows Fax and Scan] dialog box
࣭Scanning from Windows Photo Gallery
࣭Scanning from an Application
For details, see "Scan" in the
e-Manual.
For details, see "Scan" in the
Saving in a USB Memory
For details, see "Using the Scan Functions" from p. 7-1.
You can save scanned documents in a USB memory connected to the machine.
Documents
e-Manual.
Data
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Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
Network Settings & Remote UI
There are a variety of network settings that are explained in the e-Manual. Since the machine has a built-in network
board, you can print, fax, and scan from a computer via a network. You can also perform efficient management by
configuring the machine using the Remote UI.
Below is a quick overview of highlighted network settings that you can utilize in your everyday use.
Various Network Settings
For details, see "Network Settings" in the
Configuration for communicating
with a computer
Basic Network Settings
Setting the IP address (IPv4)
Configuring the machine
- IP address
- Subnet mask
- Gateway address
- LPD, RAW, WSD
Miscellaneous Settings
Communication mode/
Communication speed
Waiting time for connection
As needed
DNS
Configuring a computer
As needed
WINS server
- Port settings
- Sharing settings for the printer
Setting the IP address (IPv6)
Security Settings
e-Manual.
For details, see "Security" in the
Administration Settings
Restricting Network Connection
e-Manual.
Restricting Destination Operations/
Sending Functions
System administrator settings
SNMP settings
Address book PIN
- Manager ID/PIN
Allowing the HTTP communication
Restricting new destinations
Device information
Setting a port number
Restricting the PC fax
- Device name/Installation site
Restricting sending from history
Dept. ID management
Fax number confirmation re-entry
- Department ID/PIN/
Function restriction
- Unknown ID job management
Restricting sequential broadcast
Restricting displaying the job history
Restricting memory media
Remote UI On/Off
Restricting USB connection
Configuring Using the Remote UI
Remote UI Functions
Checking the status and information
of the machine
For details, see "Setting and Managing from Computer" in the
How to start the Remote UI
1 Start the web browser.
Job Management
System settings
Forwarding settings
Department ID management
2 Enter "http://<the IP address of the
machine>/" in the address field, and
then press the [ENTER] key on your
keyboard.
e-Manual.
e-Manual → Starting the Remote UI
3 Log on to the Remote UI.
(1) Select [System Manager Mode] or [End-User
Mode].
(2) For [System Manager Mode], enter [System
Manager ID] and [System Manager PIN].
For [End-User Mode], enter [User Name].
(3) Click [OK].
Address book management
Device settings
(1)
(1)
(2)
(3)
Contents
Paper Type
ii
Manuals for the Machine
v
Printable Range
2-8
Available Features
vi
Loading Paper
2-9
How to Use This Manual
vi
Important Safety Instructions
vii
In the Manual Feed Slot (for MF8050Cn)
2-12
xi
Precautions when Loading Paper
2-13
Paper Loading Capacity
2-13
Paper Loading Orientation
2-14
Installation Requirements and Handling
Legal Notices
xiii
Laser Safety
xvii
1. Before Using the Machine
1-1
In the Paper Cassette
In the Multi-Purpose Tray (for MF8350Cdn)
2-9
2-11
When printing paper with a letterhead or logo
(previously printed paper)
2-14
Printing on Envelopes
2-15
Setting a Paper Size and Type
For the Paper Cassette
Names and Functions on Each Part of the Machine
2-16
2-16
1-2
Registering the Default Paper Settings for the Multi-purpose Tray
Front Side
1-2
(Manual Feed Slot)
2-16
Back Side
1-3
Registering a Custom Paper Size
2-17
Interior
1-4
Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot)
1-5
Paper Cassette
1-6
Operation Panel
1-7
Main Operation Panel
1-7
Fax Operation Panel
1-8
LCD (Standby Mode)
1-9
Copy Mode
1-9
Fax Mode
1-9
Scan Mode
1-9
Text Input Method
1-10
Changing Entry Mode
1-10
Entering Letters and Symbols
1-10
Moving the Cursor (Entering a Space)
1-10
Deleting Characters
1-10
Setting the Sleep Timer
1-11
Setting the Current Date and Time
1-12
Selecting Print Side (MF8350Cdn Only)
2-19
When setting this item to <Print Speed Priority>
(the default setting)
2-19
When setting this item to <Print Side Priority>
2-19
3. Copying
3-1
Basic Copying Method
3-2
Canceling Copy Jobs
3-2
Copy Settings
Selecting Copy Papers
3-3
3-3
Adjusting the Density
3-3
Selecting Image Quality (Copy)
3-4
2-Sided Copying (MF8350Cdn Only)
3-4
Enlarging/Reducing Copies
3-5
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)
3-5
2. Document and Paper Handling 2-1
Collating Copies
3-6
Erase Dark Borders and Frame Lines (Frame Erase)
3-6
Documents Requirements
2-2
Emphasize the Outline of an Image (Sharpness)
3-6
Scanning Range
2-2
Copy
2-2
FAX
2-3
Scan (Saving in a Computer)
2-3
Scan (Saving in a USB Memory)
2-3
Placing Documents
Copying the ID Card
3-7
Changing the Default Values
3-8
4. Printing from a Computer
4-1
2-4
Installing the Printer Driver
4-2
Placing Documents on the Platen Glass
2-4
Printing from a Computer
4-3
Loading Document in the Feeder
2-4
Paper Requirements
Paper Size
ii
2-7
Contents
Scaling Print Output
4-3
2-6
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
4-3
2-6
2-sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
4-4
Checking/Deleting Print Jobs
4-4
Re-forwarding/Printing/Deleting the Documents in which a
Checking Print Status in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
4-5
Forwarding Error Occurs
Deleting Print Job in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
4-5
5. Registering Destinations in the
Address Book
5-1
Address Book
5-2
Checking/Handling Fax Documents in Memory
6-17
Checking/Canceling Fax Transmission Documents
6-17
Printing Received Fax Documents
6-17
Checking/Deleting Received Fax Documents
6-18
Checking the History of Received/Sent Fax Documents
6-19
One-touch Keys
5-2
Changing the Default Values for Fax
Coded Dialing
5-2
Changing the Fax Settings
Group Dialing
5-2
(Items Specified Using the [Menu] Button)
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
6-15
6-20
6-21
5-3
Setting procedure for Sending
6-21
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
5-3
Setting Items for the Send Settings
6-21
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
5-4
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
6. Using the Fax Functions
Basic Method for Sending Faxes
Canceling Sending of Fax Documents
Fax Settings
Register Username
6-22
Change Defaults
6-22
5-6
Sender ID
6-22
5-6
Fax No.
6-22
Select Line Type
6-22
5-8
5-9
5-9
5-12
6-1
Offhook Alarm
6-22
ECM Sending
6-22
Pause Time
6-23
Auto Redial
6-23
Check Dial Tone Before Sending
6-23
Setting Procedure for Receiving
6-23
Setting Items for the Receive Settings
6-24
2-Sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
6-24
Receive Data Reduction
6-24
6-2
Received Page Footer
6-24
6-2
Continue Printing When Toner Is Low
6-24
ECM Receiving
6-24
6-3
Incoming Ring
6-25
Image Quality Settings
6-3
Remote Receiving
6-25
Density Settings
6-3
Sharpness Settings
6-3
Specifying Destinations
Specifying Destinations by Entering a Fax Number
Manual/Auto Switch
6-25
System settings procedure
6-25
Setting Items for the System Settings
6-26
6-4
Send Start Speed
6-4
Receive Start Speed
6-26
Select Country/Region
6-26
6-26
Specifying Destinations Using the One-Touch Keys
6-4
Memory Lock Settings
6-26
Specifying Destinations Using Coded Dial
6-4
Address Book PIN
6-27
Specifying Destinations Using Group Dialing
6-5
Restrict New Destinations
6-27
Specifying Destinations Using the Address Book
Redialing (Manual Redialing)
Useful Fax Sending Methods
6-5
6-6
Allow Driver Faxing
6-27
Restrict Sending from History
6-27
Fax No. Confirmation Re-Entry
6-27
Restrict Sequential Broadcast
6-27
6-7
Sending a Fax after Making a Phone Call (Manual Sending)
6-7
Push-button Telephone Service Using a Dial-line
6-7
Sending a Fax Abroad (Adding Pauses)
6-8
Sending to Multiple Destinations at a Time (Sequential Broadcast)
6-9
7. Using the Scan Functions
Basic Operation Methods for Scanning
7-1
7-2
Scanning Documents and Saving Them in a Computer
Receiving Faxes
6-10
(USB & Network Connection)
7-2
Receive Mode
6-10
Saving Scanned Documents in a USB Memory
7-3
Changing the Receive Mode
6-13
Detailed Settings for the Fax/Tel Mode
6-13
Forwarding Fax Documents
Registering Forwarding Destinations (Automatic Forwarding)
6-14
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory to Other
Destinations (Manual Forwarding)
8. Maintenance
8-1
6-14
6-14
Cleaning the Machine
8-2
Cleaning the Exterior
8-2
Cleaning the Fixing Unit
8-2
Cleaning the ITB
8-3
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Cleaning the Platen Glass
8-3
Cleaning the Feeder Automatically
8-4
Replacing Toner Cartridges
10. Registering/Setting the Various
Functions
10-1
8-5
Setting Menu List
8-5
About Replacement Toner Cartridges
8-5
Printing a User Data List
10-2
Handling Toner Cartridges
8-6
Contents of the Setting Menu
10-2
Checking the Toner Level
8-6
When a Message Appears
8-7
Replacing Toner Cartridges
8-7
Precautions when Replacing Toner Cartridges
Purchase Consumables
8-8
11. Appendix
Main Specifications
11-1
11-2
8-9
Machine Specifications
11-2
Recycling Used Cartridges
8-10
Copy Specifications
11-2
The Clean Earth Campaign
8-10
Printer Specification
11-2
U.S.A. PROGRAM
8-10
Scanner Specifications
11-3
Packaging
8-10
Fax Specifications
11-3
Shipping
8-11
Telephone Specifications
11-3
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional) (MF8350Cdn Only)
11-3
CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA PROGRAMME
Transporting the Machine
Precautions when Transporting the Machine
9. Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams
8-12
8-13
8-14
9-1
9-2
Document Jams in the Feeder
9-2
Paper Jams in the Paper Cassette (Cassette 1 or 2)
9-3
Paper Jams in the Multi-purpose Tray (MF8350Cdn Only)
9-4
Paper Jams in the Manual Feed Slot (MF8050Cn Only)
9-5
Paper Jams in the Rear Cover or Duplex Unit (MF8350Cdn Only) 9-6
Paper Jams in the Output Area (MF8350Cdn Only)
9-7
Paper Jams in the Output Area and Rear Cover (MF8050Cn Only) 9-8
Display Messages
9-9
Error Code
9-9
If <Incorrect size/setting> Appears
9-11
Troubleshooting
9-12
Check the Following First
Is the power switch turned ON?
9-12
9-12
Has the power switch been just turned ON?
9-12
Is the machine in Sleep mode?
9-12
Is the Error indicator on or blinking?
9-12
Is a message displayed on the display?
9-13
Is the telephone line connected or configured properly?
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
iv
10-2
About the Supplied Toner Cartridge
9-13
9-13
If a Power Failure Occurs
9-14
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
9-15
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
9-15
Customer Support (Canada)
9-16
Index
11-4
Manuals for the Machine
Read this manual first.
Starter Guide
•
•
•
•
•
This manual describes the settings for
the machine and software installation.
Be sure to read this manual before using
the machine.
Preface
Installing the Machine
Configuring and Connecting the Fax
Connecting to a Computer and Installing the Drivers
Appendix
Basic Operation Guide
Read this manual next.
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•
•
•
•
Before Using the Machine
Document and Paper Handling
Copying
Printing from a Computer
Registering Destinations
in the Address Book
• Using the Fax Functions
This manual describes the basic
machine operations.
e-Manual
Read the desired chapter
to suit your needs.
The e-Manual is categorized by subject to
find desired information easily.
This manual
•
•
•
•
Using the Scan Functions
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Registering/Setting the Various
Functions
• Appendix
* The e-Manual is included in the User Software CD-ROM.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Basic Operation
Copy
Fax
Print
Scan
Network Settings
Security
• Setting and Managing from
Computer
• Troubleshooting
• Maintenance
• Setting Menu List
• Specifications
v
Available Features
The available features are introduced for each model.
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Copy
Print
2-sided Printing
Fax (PC Fax)
USB Scan
Network Scan
Remote UI
ADF (1-sided)
MF8350Cdn
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How to Use This Manual
Symbols Used in This Manual
WARNING
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to persons if not performed correctly. To
use the machine safely, always pay attention to these warnings.
CAUTION
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons if not performed correctly. To use the
machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions.
IMPORTANT
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read these items carefully to operate the machine
correctly, and avoid damage to the machine or property.
NOTE
Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains additional explanations for a procedure. Reading these notes is
highly recommended.
Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual
The following symbols and key names are a few examples of how keys to be pressed are expressed in this manual.
• Operation panel keys: [Key icon] + (Key name)
] (Stop)
Example: [
• Display: <Specify destination.>
• Buttons and items on the computer display: [Preferences]
Illustrations Used in This Manual
Illustrations used in this manual
Illustrations of the model MF8350Cdn are used in this manual. When there is any difference among the machines,
it is clearly indicated in the text, e.g., "For MF8050Cn."
For information on the standard features for each model, see the followings.
"Available Features" (→P.vi)
The display used in this manual
The display used in this manual is the factory preset display for the MF8350Cdn. Depending on the system configuration and product purchased,
the appearance of the display may differ.
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Important Safety Instructions
Please read these "Important Safety Instructions" thoroughly before operating the machine.
As these instructions are intended to prevent injury to the user and other persons or to prevent destruction of property, always pay
attention to these instructions and operational requirements.
Also, as it may result in unexpected accidents or injuries, do not perform any operation unless otherwise specified in the manual.
Installation
- A location exposed to smoke and steam, such as near a
cookery or humidifier
- A location exposed to rain or snow
WARNING
• Do not install the machine in a location near alcohol, paint
thinner, or other flammable substances. If flammable substances come into contact with electrical parts inside the
machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not place the following items on the machine.
- Necklaces and other metal objects
- Cups, vases, flowerpots, and other containers filled with
water or liquids
If these items come into contact with a high-voltage area inside the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
If these items are dropped or spilled inside the machine,
immediately turn off the power switches of the machine and
computer (1) and disconnect the interface cable if it is connected (2). Then, unplug the power plug from the AC power
outlet (3) and contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
- A location near a water faucet or water
- A location exposed to direct sunlight
- A location subject to high temperatures
- A location near open flames
• When installing the machine, gently lower the machine to
the installation site so as not to catch your hands between
the machine and the floor or between the machine and
other equipment, as this may result in personal injury.
• When connecting the interface cable, connect it properly by
following the instructions in this manual. If not connected
properly, this may result in malfunction or electrical shock.
• When moving the machine, follow the instructions in this
manual to hold it correctly. Failure to do so may cause you to
drop the machine, resulting in personal injury.
“Transporting the Machine” (→P.8-13)
(2)
Power Supply
(2)
(1)
WARNING
(3)
(1)
• Keep the power cord away from all heat sources. Failure to
do so can cause the power cord insulation to melt, resulting
in a fire or electrical shock.
(2)
(2)
• The power cord should not be taut, as this may lead to a
loose connection and cause overheating, which could result
in a fire.
(1)
(3)
(1)
• When installing and removing the optional accessories, be
sure to turn the machine off, unplug the power plug, and
then disconnect all the interface cables and power cord from
the machine. Otherwise, the power cord or interface cables
may be damaged, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
CAUTION
• Do not install the machine in unstable locations, such as on
unsteady platforms or inclined floors, or in locations subject
to excessive vibrations, as this may cause the machine to fall
or tip over, resulting in personal injury.
• The ventilation slots are provided for proper ventilation of
working parts inside the machine. Never place the machine
on a soft surface, such as a bed, sofa, or rug. Blocking the
slots can cause the machine to overheat, resulting in a fire.
• Do not install the machine in the following locations, as this
may result in a fire or electrical shock.
- A damp or dusty location
• Do not damage or modify the power cord. Also, do not place
heavy objects on the power cord or pull on or excessively
bend it. This can cause electrical damage, resulting in fire or
electrical shock.
• The power cord may become damaged if it is stepped
on, fixed with staples, or if heavy objects are placed on it.
Continued use of a damaged power cord can lead to an accident, such as a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not plug or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as
this can result in electrical shock.
• Do not plug the power cord into a multiplug power strip, as
this can result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not bundle up or tie up the power cord in a knot, as this
can result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Insert the power plug completely into the AC power outlet.
Failure to do so can result in a fire or electrical shock.
• If excessive stress is applied to the connection part of the
power cord, it may damage the power cord or the wires inside the machine may disconnect. This could result in a fire.
Avoid the following situations:
- Connecting and disconnecting the power cord frequently.
- Tripping over the power cord.
- The power cord is bent near the connection part, and
continuous stress is being applied to the power outlet or
the connection part.
- Applying a shock to the power connector.
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• Do not use power cords other than the one provided, as this
can result in a fire or electrical shock.
• As a general rule, do not use extension cords. Using an extension cord may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Remove the power plug from the AC power outlet and
refrain from using the machine while it thunders. Lightening
can result in a fire, electrical shock or malfunction.
CAUTION
• Do not use a power supply voltage other than that listed
herein, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Always grasp the power plug when unplugging the power
plug. Do not pull on the power cord, as this may expose the
core wire of the power cord or damage the cord insulation,
causing electricity to leak, resulting in a fire or electrical
shock.
• Leave sufficient space around the power plug so that it can
be unplugged easily. If objects are placed around the power
plug, you may be unable to unplug it in an emergency.
Handling
WARNING
CAUTION
• Do not place heavy objects on the machine. The object or
the machine may fall, resulting in personal injury.
• Turn off the power switch when the machine will not be
used for a long period of time, such as overnight. Turn off
the machine and unplug the power plug if the machine
will not be used for an extended period of time, such as for
several days.
• Open or close covers and install or remove cassettes gently
and carefully. Be careful not to hurt your fingers.
• Keep your hands and clothing away from the roller in the
output area. Even if the machine is not printing, the roller
may suddenly rotate and catch your hands or clothing,
resulting in personal injury.
• The output slot is hot during and immediately after printing.
Do not touch the area surrounding the output slot, as this
may result in burns.
• Printed paper may be hot immediately after being output.
Be careful when removing the paper and aligning the removed paper, especially after continuous printing. Failure to
do so may result in burns.
• When performing copy with a thick book placed on the
platen glass, do not press the feeder forcefully. This may
damage the platen glass and cause personal injury.
• Do not disassemble or modify the machine. There are
high-temperature and high-voltage components inside the
machine which may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Be careful not to drop a heavy object, such as a dictionary,
on the platen glass. This may damage the platen glass and
cause personal injury.
• Electrical equipment can be hazardous if not used properly.
Do not allow children to touch the power cord, cables, internal gears, or electrical parts.
• Close the feeder gently so as not to catch your hand. This
may result in personal injury.
• If the machine makes an unusual noise or emits smoke,
heat, or an unusual smell, immediately turn off the power
switches of the machine and computer and disconnect the
interface cable if it is connected. Then, unplug the power
plug from the AC power outlet and contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Continued use can result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Do not use flammable sprays near the machine. If flammable
substances come into contact with electrical parts inside the
machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• The laser beam can be harmful to human bodies. The laser
beam is confined in the laser scanner unit by a cover, so
there is no danger of the laser beam escaping during normal
machine operation. Read the following remarks and instructions for safety.
- Never open covers other than those indicated in this
manual.
- Do not remove the caution label attached to the cover of
the laser scanner unit.
• Always turn off the power switches of the machine and computer, and then unplug the power plug and interface cables
before moving the machine. Failure to do so can damage
the cables or cords, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
• Confirm that the power plug or power connecter is inserted
completely after moving the machine. Failure to do so can
result in an overheating and fire.
• Do not drop paper clips, staples, or other metal objects
inside the machine. Also, do not spill water, liquids, or other
flammable substances (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc.)
inside the machine. If these items come into contact with
a high-voltage area inside the machine, this may result in a
fire or electrical shock. If these items are dropped or spilled
inside the machine, immediately turn off the power switches
of the machine and computer and disconnect the interface
cable if it is connected. Then, unplug the power plug from
the AC power outlet and contact your local authorized
Canon dealer.
• When plugging or unplugging a USB cable when the power
plug is plugged into an AC power outlet, do not touch the
metal part of the connector, as this can result in electrical
shock.
- If the laser beam should escape and enter your eyes, exposure may cause damage to your eyes.
• If you operate this machine in manners other than the
control, adjustment, and operating procedures prescribed in
this manual, this may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
• This machine is confirmed as the class 1 laser product in
IEC60825-1:1993.
Maintenance and Inspections
WARNING
• When cleaning the machine, turn off the machine and
computer, and unplug the interface cables and power plug.
Failure to do so can result in a fire or electrical shock.
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• Unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet periodically and clean the area around the base of the power plug's
metal pins and the AC power outlet with a dry cloth to
remove all dust and grime. In damp, dusty, or smoky locations, dust can build up around the power plug and become
damp, which can cause a short circuit, resulting in a fire.
• Clean the machine with a well wrung out cloth dampened
with water or mild detergent diluted with water. Do not
use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or other flammable
substances. If flammable substances come into contact with
electrical parts inside the machine, this may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Some areas inside the machine are subject to high voltage.
When removing jammed paper or when inspecting inside
of the machine, be careful not to allow necklaces, bracelets,
or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as
this can result in burns or electrical shock.
• Do not dispose of used toner cartridges in open flames.
This may cause the toner remaining inside the cartridges to
ignite, resulting in burns or fire.
• Confirm that the power plug or power connecter is inserted
completely after cleaning the machine. Failure to do so can
result in an overheating and fire.
• Check the power cord and plug regularly. The following
conditions may result in fire, so please contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
- There are burn marks on the power plug.
- The blade on the power plug is deformed or broken.
- The power is turned OFF or ON when bending the power
cord.
- The coating of the power cord is damaged, cracked, or
dented.
- A part of the power cord becomes hot.
• Check regularly that the power cord and plug are not handled in the following manner. Failure to do so can result in a
fire or electrical shock.
- The power connector is loosened.
- Stress is being applied to the power cord by a heavy object or by fixing it with staples.
- The power plug is loosened.
- The power cord is tied in a bundle.
- A part of the power cord is put in an aisle.
- The power cord is put in front of the heating appliance.
CAUTION
• The fixing unit and its surroundings inside the machine
become hot during use. When removing jammed paper or
when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not touch the
fixing unit and its surroundings, as this may result in burns.
• When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the
inside of the machine, do not expose yourself to the heat
emitted from the fixing unit and its surroundings for a prolonged period of time. Doing so may result in low temperature burns, even though you did not touch the fixing unit
and its surroundings directly, as this may result in burns.
• If paper is jammed, remove the jammed paper so that any
pieces of paper do not remain inside the machine according to the displayed message. Also, do not put your hand
in an area other than indicated areas, as this may result in
personal injuries or burns.
• When removing jammed paper or replacing a toner
cartridge, be careful not to get any toner on your hands or
clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If toner
gets on your hands or clothing, wash them immediately
with cold water. Washing with warm water sets the toner,
making it impossible to remove the toner stains.
• When removing jammed paper, be careful not to allow the
toner on the paper to scatter. The toner may get into your
eyes or mouth. If toner gets into your eyes or mouth, wash
them immediately with cold water and consult a physician.
• When loading paper or removing jammed documents or
paper, be careful not to cut your hands with the edges of the
paper.
• When removing a toner cartridge, remove the toner cartridge carefully so as to prevent the toner from scattering
and getting into your eyes or mouth. If toner gets into your
eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the toner cartridge. The
toner may scatter and get into your eyes or mouth. If toner
gets into your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with
cold water and consult a physician.
• If toner leaks from the toner cartridge, be careful not to
inhale the toner or allow it to come into direct contact with
your skin. If the toner comes into contact with your skin,
wash with soap. If the skin becomes irritated or you inhale
the toner, consult a physician immediately.
Consumables
WARNING
• Do not dispose of used toner cartridges in open flames. This
may cause the toner to ignite, resulting in burns or fire.
• Do not store toner cartridges or paper in a location exposed
to open flames. This may cause the toner or paper to ignite,
resulting in burns or fire.
• When disposing of a toner cartridge, place the toner
cartridge into a bag to prevent the toner from scattering,
and then dispose of the toner cartridge according to local
regulations.
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CAUTION
• Keep the toner cartridges and other consumables out of
the reach of small children. If the toner or other parts are
ingested, consult a physician immediately.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the toner cartridge. The
toner may scatter and get into your eyes or mouth. If toner
gets into your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with
cold water and consult a physician.
• If toner leaks from the toner cartridge, be careful not to
inhale the toner or allow it to come into direct contact with
your skin. If the toner comes into contact with your skin,
wash with soap. If the skin becomes irritated or you inhale
the toner, consult a physician immediately.
• Do not pull out the sealing tape forcefully or stop at midpoint, as this may cause toner to spill out. If toner gets into
your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with cold water
and consult a physician.
Others
WARNING
• If you are using a cardiac pacemaker
This machine generates a low level magnetic field. If you
use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities, please
move away from this machine and consult your physician
immediately.
Telephone Equipment
When using telephone equipment, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this machine near water (i.e., near a bathtub,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub), or in a wet basement or near a
swimming pool.
2. Avoid using the telephone during an electrical storm, as
there may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity
of the leak.
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Installation Requirements and Handling
In order to use this machine in a safe and trouble-free manner, install the machine in a place that fulfills the following conditions.
Also, read the remarks carefully.
Temperature and Humidity Conditions
• Temperature range: 50 to 86°F (10 to 30°C)
• Humidity range: 20 to 80 % RH (no condensation)
IMPORTANT
Protecting the machine from condensation
• To prevent condensation from forming inside the machine
in the following cases, let the machine adjust to the ambient
temperature and humidity for at least two hours before use.
- When the room where the machine is installed is heated
rapidly
- When the machine is moved from a cool or dry location to
a hot or humid location
• If water droplets (condensation) form inside the machine,
this can result in paper jams or poor print quality.
When using an ultrasonic humidifier
When you are using an ultrasonic humidifier, it is therefore
recommended that you use purified water or other water that
is free of impurities.
If you use tap water or well water, impurities in the water will
be dispersed through the air. This can be trapped inside the
machine, causing degradation in print quality.
Installation Requirements
• A location with sufficient space
• A location with good ventilation
• A location with a flat, even surface
• A location able to fully support the weight of the machine
IMPORTANT
Do not install the machine in the following locations, as
this may result in damage to the machine.
• A location subject to dramatic changes in temperature or
humidity
• A location subject to condensation
• A poorly ventilated location
(If you use the machine for a long time or to perform a large
amount of printing in a poorly ventilated room, the ozone
or other odors generated by the machine may create an
uncomfortable working environment. In addition, chemical
particles are dispersed during printing; therefore, it is important to provide adequate ventilation.)
• A location near equipment that generates magnetic or electromagnetic waves
• A laboratory or location where chemical reactions occur
• A location exposed to salt air, corrosive gases, or toxic gases
Installation Space
Precautions when connecting the power cord
Required installation space
• Do not connect this machine to an uninterruptible power
source.
MF8350Cdn
in. (mm)
52 1/4 (1327)
Paper
cassette
Feeder cover
4
(100)
4
(100)
4
(100)
- Copy machine
- Air conditioner
Feeder
33 1/2 (851)
• Do not plug the power plug into the auxiliary outlet on a
computer.
Do not use the same AC power outlet for both the machine
and any of the following equipment.
Front View
4
(100)
• Use an AC power outlet exclusively for the machine. Do not
use the other sockets of the AC power outlet.
37 1/2 (951)
IMPORTANT
4
(100)
120 to 127 V 60 Hz
• A location, such as on a carpet or mat, that may warp from
the weight of the machine or where the machine is liable to
sink
26 3/4 (679)
Power Supply Requirements
Rear cover
- Shredder
in. (mm)
48 3/8 (1229)
Paper
cassette
4
(100)
Feeder cover
4
(100)
- MF8350Cdn: 1,200 W or less
4
(100)
• The maximum power consumption of the machine is as
follows.
Feeder
31 1/2 (801)
Miscellaneous precautions
Front View
4
(100)
• When unplugging the power cord, keep interval of 5 seconds or more before plugging it again.
MF8050Cn
26 1/2 (674)
- Equipment that generates electrical noise
4
(100)
- Equipment that consumes a large amount of electricity
Rear cover
- MF8050Cn: 900 W or less
• Electrical noise or a dramatic drop in mains voltage may
cause the machine or computer to operate incorrectly or
lose data.
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Maintenance and Inspections
IMPORTANT
• Follow the instructions in the caution label attached to this
machine.
• Avoid shaking or applying a shock to this machine.
• To prevent the paper jam, do not turn the power ON/OFF,
open/close the operation panel or rear cover, and load/unload paper in the middle of printing operation.
• Be sure to remove the toner cartridge from the machine
when transporting the machine.
• To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light, place it in the
protective bag included with this machine or wrap it in a
thick cloth.
• Clean this machine regularly. If this machine becomes dusty,
it may operate improperly.
• Use a modular cable of 3 m or shorter in length.
• The communication may become unavailable depending on
the condition of local environment, such as when the total
resistance value of telephone line and this machine exceeds
1700 Ω. In this case, contact your local authorized Canon
dealer or the Canon help line.
• The repairing parts and toner cartridges for the machine will
be available for at least seven (7) years after production of
this machine model has been discontinued.
Customer Support
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
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 9. If you cannot solve the problem or if you
think your machine needs servicing, contact Canon Customer
Care Center at 1-800-OK-CANON between the hours of 8:00
A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST Monday through Friday. On-line support
for 24 hours is also available at the website.
http://www.canontechsupport.com/
Customer Support (Canada)
Canon Canada Inc., offers a full range of customer technical
support options*:
• For step-by-step troubleshooting, e-mail technical support,
the latest driver or document downloads, and answers to
frequently asked questions, visit http://www.canon.ca/
• Free live technical support 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST Monday
through Friday (excluding holidays) for products still under
warranty 1-800-OK-CANON
• For the location of the authorized service facility nearest
you, visit http://www.canon.ca/ or 1-800-OK-CANON
• If the problem cannot be corrected by using one of the
above technical support options, repair options are available
at the time of your call to the live technical support number
above or via the website at http://www.canon.ca/
* Support program specifics are subject to change without
notice.
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Legal Notices
International ENERGY STAR Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR Program for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is an international program that
promotes energy saving through the use of
computers and other office equipment.
The program backs the development and
dissemination of products with functions that
effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an
open system in which business proprietors can
participate voluntarily.
The targeted products are office equipment,
such as computers, displays, printers, facsimiles, and copiers. The standards and logos are
uniform among participating nations.
IPv6 Ready Logo
The machine uses the operating system which
obtained IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1 defined by
IPv6 Forum.
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granted by rights holders of the SOFTWARE to you for any
intellectual property of rights holders of the SOFTWARE.
(3) You may use the SOFTWARE solely for use with the Canon
product you purchased (the “PRODUCT”).
(4) You may not assign, sublicense, market, distribute, or transfer the SOFTWARE to any third party without prior written
consent of rights holders of the SOFTWARE.
(5) Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may transfer the
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bound by all these conditions.
(6) You may not decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble or
otherwise reduce the code of the SOFTWARE to human
readable form.
(7) You may not modify, adapt, translate, rent, lease or loan the
SOFTWARE or create derivative works based on the SOFTWARE.
(8) You are not entitled to remove or make separate copies of
the SOFTWARE from the PRODUCT.
(9) The human-readable portion (the source code) of the SOFTWARE is not licensed to you.
B. Notwithstanding A above, in case the other conditions
accompany third-party software modules , these software
modules are subject to the other conditions.
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Legal Limitations on the 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
Money Orders
Certificates of Deposit
Postage Stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Identifying Badges or Insignias
Selective Service or Draft Papers
Checks or Drafts Issued by Governmental Agencies
Motor Vehicle Licenses and Certificates of Title
Travelers Checks
Food Stamps
Passports
Immigration Papers
Internal Revenue Stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Bonds or Other Certificates of Indebtedness
Stock Certificates
Copyrighted Works/Works of Art without Permission of
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Users in the U.S.A.
Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon Facsimile Equipment
A. Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk for the machine.
See Chapter 11, “Appendix,” for specific dimensions and
weight.
B. Order Information
1. A single telephone line (touch-tone or rotary) should be
used.
2. Order an RJ11-C telephone wall jack (USOC), which
should be installed by the telephone company. If the
RJ11-C wall jack is not present, telephone/facsimile operation is not possible.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone
company’s business representative. The line should be
a regular voice grade line or an equivalent one. Use one
line per unit.
DDD (Direct Distance Dial) line
-orIDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas
FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn: F157902
Color imageCLASS MF8050Cn: F157802
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 any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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 to 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 the FCC Rules. Do not make any
changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise
specified in this manual. If you make such changes or modifications, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
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NOTE
Canon recommends an individual line following industry
standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial)
telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch
eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your
facsimile unit. Key telephone systems are not recommended
because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a
facsimile error.
C. Power Requirements
The machine should be connected to a standard 120 volt
AC, three-wire grounded outlet only.
Do not connect this machine to an outlet or power line
shared with other appliances that cause "electrical noise.”
Air conditioners, electric typewriters, copiers, and machines
of this sort generate electrical noise that often interferes
with communications equipment and the sending and
receiving of documents.
Connection of the Equipment
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and
the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the rear panel of
this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format of US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.
If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone
company.
The REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) is used to determine the
number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line.
Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices
not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not
all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To
be certain of the number of devices that may be connected
to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local
telephone company. The REN for this product is part of the
product identifier that has the format US: AAAEQ##TXXXX. The
digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point
(e.g., 10 is a REN of 1.0).
An FCC compliant telephone line cable and modular plug is
provided with this equipment. This equipment is designed to
be connected to the telephone network or premise wiring using a compatible modular jack that is Part 68 compliant.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by
the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subjected
to state tariffs.
In Case of Equipment Malfunction
Should any malfunction occur which cannot be corrected
by the procedures described in this guide or the e-Manual,
disconnect the equipment from the telephone line cable and
disconnect the power cord.
The telephone line cable should not be reconnected or the
main power switch turned ON until the problem is completely
resolved. Users should contact Canon Authorized Service
Facilities for servicing of equipment, Information regarding
Authorized Service Facility locations can be obtained by calling
Canon Customer Care Center (1-800-OK-CANON).
Users in Canada
Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon Facsimile Equipment
A. Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk for the machine.
See Chapter 11, “Appendix,” for specific dimensions and
weight.
B. Order Information
1. A single telephone line (touch-tone or rotary) should be
used.
2. Order a CA11A modular jack, which should be installed
by the telephone company. If the CA11A jack is not
present, installation cannot occur.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone
company’s business representative. The line should be
a regular voice grade line or an equivalent one. Use one
line per unit.
DDD (Direct Distance Dial) line
-orIDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas
NOTE
Rights of the Telephone Company
If this equipment (Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn/MF8050Cn)
causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may temporarily disconnect service. The telephone
company also retains the right to make changes in facilities
and services that may affect the operation of this equipment.
When such changes are necessary, the telephone company is
required to give adequate prior notice to the user.
However, if advance notice is not possible, the telephone
company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also,
the customer will be advised of his/her right to file a complaint
with the FCC if he/she believes it is necessary.
WARNING
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it
unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic
device, including FAX machines, to send any message unless
such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom
of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the
business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or
such business, other entity, or individual.
(The telephone number provided may not be a 900 number or
any other number for which charges exceed local or long-distance transmission charges.)
NOTE
In order to program this information into your machine, you
should complete the procedure for registering your name,
unit’s telephone number, time, and date in the Starter Guide.
Canon recommends an individual line following industry
standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial)
telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch
eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your
facsimile unit. Key telephone systems are not recommended
because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a
facsimile error.
C. Power Requirements
The power outlet should be a three-prong grounded receptacle (Single or Duplex). It should be independent from
copiers, heaters, air conditioners, or any electric equipment
that is thermostatically controlled. The rated value is 115
volts and 15 amperes. The CA11A modular jack should be
relatively close to the power outlet to facilitate installation.
Notice
• This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical
specifications.
• The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the
maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to
a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may
consist of any combination of devices subject only to the
requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does
not exceed five.
• The REN of this product is 1.0.
• Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that
it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also
be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In
some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a
single line individual service may be extended by means of
a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord).
The customer should be aware that compliance with the
above conditions may not prevent deterioration of service in
some situations.
• Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an
authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by
the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to
this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to
disconnect the equipment.
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• Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone
lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are
connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
CAUTION
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection
authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
NOTE
This equipment complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Class B
limits.
Utilisation au Canada
Conditions à Remplir Préalablement à L’installation d’un
Télécopieur Canon
A. Emplacement
Prévoir une table, un meuble, ou un bureau suffisamment
solide et de taille appropriée (voir le chapitre 11, Annexe
(Appendix), pour les indications de poids et dimensions).
B. Installation téléphonique
1. Une seule ligne téléphonique (tonalités ou impulsions)
doit être utilisée.
2. Il faut commander un jack modulaire CA11A qui sera
installé par la compagnie téléphonique. Sans ce jack, la
mise en place serait impossible.
3. Si vous vous abonnez à une nouvelle ligne, demandez
une ligne d’affaires normale de qualité téléphonique
courante ou équivalente. Prenez un abonnement d’une
ligne par appareil.
Ligne automatique interurbaine
ou
Ligne automatique internationale (si vous communiquez
avec les pays étrangers)
NOTE
Canon vous conseille d’utiliser une ligne individuelle conforme
aux normes industrielles, à savoir:
ligne téléphonique 2,500 (pour appareil à clavier) ou 500
(pour appareil à cadran/impulsions). Il est également possible de raccorder ce télécopieur à un système téléphonique à
poussoirs car la plupart de ces systèmes émettent des signaux
d’appel non normalisés ou des codes spéciaux qui risquent de
perturber le fonctionnement du télécopieur.
C. Condition d’alimentation
Raccordez le télécopieur à une prise de courant plus terre à
trois branches, du type simple ou double, et qui ne sert pas
à alimenter un copieur, un appareil de chauffage, un climatiseur ou tout autre appareil électrique à thermostat.
L’alimentation doit être de 115 volts et 15 ampères. Pour
faciliter l’installation, le jack CA11A doit être assez proche
de la prise de courant.
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Remarques
• Le présent matériel est conforme aux spécifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada.
• Avant d’installer cet appareil, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il
est permis de le connecter à l’équipement de la compagnie
de télécommunication locale et doit installer cet appareil
en utilisant une méthode de connexion autorisée. Il se
peut qu’il faille étendre la circuiterie intérieure de la ligne
individuelle d’abonné, qui a été installée par la compagnie,
au moyen d’un jeu de connecteurs homologués (rallonge
téléphonique).
• L’attention de l’utilisateur est attirée sur le fait que le respect
des conditions mentionnées ci-dessus ne constitue pas une
garantie contre les dégradations de qualité du service dans
certaines circonstances.
• L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer
le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d’une
interface peut consister en une combinaison quelconque
de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d’indices
d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède
pas 5.
• Le nombre d’équivalents sonnerie (REN) de ce produit est
1,0.
• Les réparations sur un appareil certifié doivent être faites
par une société d’entretien canadienne autorisée par le Gouvernement canadien et désignée par le fournisseur. Toute
réparation ou modification que pourrait faire I’utilisateur de
cet appareil, ou tout mauvais fonctionnement, donne à la
compagnie de télécommunication le droit de débrancher
I’appareil.
• Pour sa propre protection, I’utilisateur doit s’assurer que les
prises de terre de I’appareil d’alimentation, les lignes téléphoniques et les tuyaux métalliques internes, s’il y en a, sont
bien connectés entre eux. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les zones rurales
CAUTION
Au lieu d’essayer de faire ces branchements eux-mêmes, les
utilisateurs sont invités à faire appel à un service d’inspection
faisant autorité en matière d’électricité ou à un électricien,
selon le cas.
NOTE
Respecte les limites de la classe B de la NMB-003 du Canada.
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 radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the machine 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 manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
The label is attached to the laser scanner machine inside the
machine and is not in a user access area.
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Chapter
1
Before Using the Machine
This category describes the features of the machine and its useful functions.
Names and Functions on Each Part of the Machine1-2
Front Side
1-2
Back Side
1-3
Interior
1-4
Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot)
1-5
Paper Cassette
1-6
Operation Panel
1-7
Main Operation Panel
1-7
Fax Operation Panel
1-8
LCD (Standby Mode)
1-9
Copy Mode
1-9
Fax Mode
1-9
Scan Mode
1-9
Text Input Method
1-10
Changing Entry Mode
1-10
Entering Letters and Symbols
1-10
Moving the Cursor (Entering a Space)
1-10
Deleting Characters
1-10
Setting the Sleep Timer
1-11
Setting the Current Date and Time
1-12
1-1
Names and Functions on Each Part of the Machine
This section describes the parts and functions of the machine.
Front Side
MF8350Cdn
Before Using the Machine
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(5)
(6)
(16)
(17)
(14)
(15)
(12)
(13)
(18)
(13)
MF8050Cn
(1)
(2)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(3)
(13)
(14)
(4)
(11)
(12)
(10)
(13)
(15)
(5)
(6)
(1)
Document guides
Adjust to the width of the document.
(2)
Feeder
The feeder can automatically scan documents continuously.
(3)
(10) Power switch
Turns the power ON or OFF.
(12) Speaker
Multi-purpose tray (manual feed slot)
Use the tray when printing from the tray.
"Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot)" (→P.1-5)
Paper cassette
(13) Lift handles
(14) Scanning area
Scans documents from the feeder.
(15) Output tray
Printed paper such as copies, prints and faxes come out from
the output tray.
Load the paper supply.
"Paper Cassette" (→P.1-6)
(16) Platen glass
Document feeder tray
(17) USB memory port
Place document.
Tray extension
Pull out the tray extension when the paper is hanging out of the
document feeder tray such as Legal size paper.
1-2
Document delivery tray
Documents are output.
Controls the machine.
"Operation Panel" (→P.1-7)
(5)
(8)
(9)
(11) Ventilation slots
Front cover
(7)
(18)
Operation panel
(4)
(6)
(16)
(17)
Place document.
Used to save scanned documents in a USB memory.
(18) Manual feed transport guide
Back Side
MF8350Cdn
(5)
(6)
(7) (8)
(3) (4)
Before Using the Machine
(1)
(2)
MF8050Cn
(1)
(2)
(4)
(5)
(3)
(8)
(7)
(6)
(1)
USB port
(5)
Connect the USB cable.
(2)
LAN port
Open this cover when clearing paper jams.
(6)
Connect the LAN cable.
(3)
(4)
Rating label
The current value indicated in this rating label shows the
average power current consumption.
Telephone line jack
Connect the telephone cable.
(7)
External telephone jack
(8)
Connect the external telephone.
Rear cover
Ventilation slots
Power socket
Connect the power cord.
1-3
Interior
MF8350Cdn
Before Using the Machine
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
MF8050Cn
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1)
Y (Yellow) toner cartridge slot
(4)
The Y (yellow) toner cartridge is installed in this slot.
(2)
M (Magenta) toner cartridge slot
The M (magenta) toner cartridge is installed in this slot.
(3)
C (Cyan) toner cartridge slot
The C (cyan) toner cartridge is installed in this slot.
1-4
K (Black) toner cartridge slot
The K (black) toner cartridge is installed in this slot.
(5)
Toner cartridge tray
Tray for installing the toner cartridges.
Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot)
MF8350Cdn
(1)
(2)
Before Using the Machine
(3)
MF8050Cn
(1)
(1)
Paper guides
Adjust to the width of the paper.
(2)
The auxiliary tray (MF8350Cdn Only)
(3)
Tray extension (MF8350Cdn Only)
Open to prevent the paper from hanging out of the multipurpose tray when loading long-size paper such as Letter.
Be sure to pull out this tray when loading paper in the multipurpose tray.
1-5
Paper Cassette
MF8350Cdn
(2)
(2)
(3)
(1)
Before Using the Machine
(1)
MF8050Cn
(2)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(1)
Lock release lever
Hold this lever to slide the paper guides.
(2)
Paper guide
Adjust the position of the paper guides to the paper.
(3)
Lock release lever (changing cassette size)
When loading paper that is longer than A4 size, pull out the
paper cassette while holding this lever.
When the paper cassette is inserted with it extended, the front
side of the paper cassette is not flush with the front surface of
the machine as shown in the figure.
Set the legal dust cover on the paper cassette.
1-6
Operation Panel
Main Operation Panel
MF8350Cdn
(1) (2) (3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(7) (8) (9)
(12)
Before Using the Machine
(10)
(11)
(21) (20) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13)
MF8050Cn
(1) (2) (3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(7) (8) (9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(21) (20) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13)
(1)
Copy function keys
• [N on 1] key
Reduces multiple-page documents automatically to copy
them on one sheet of paper
• [Collate] key
When making multiple copies, collates them in page order.
• [Enlarge/Reduce] key
Specify a copy ratio.
• [2-sided] key (MF8350Cdn only)
Specifies the settings for 2-sided printing.
• [Frame Erase] key (MF8050Cn only)
Specifies the settings for frame erasing when copying.
(2)
[Image Quality] key/[Density] key
(6)
Displays messages and operation status. Displays items, texts,
and numbers when you are specifying settings.
(7)
[Menu] key
Specifies or registers various settings.
(4)
[Status Monitor/Cancel] key
Checks or cancels jobs. You can also check the status of the
network and machine.
(5)
Mode switching keys
Switches the mode to copy, fax, or scan.
Numeric keys/[*] key/[#] key
• [Numeric] keys
Enter letters and numbers.
• [*] key
Switches the entry mode of characters. When sending a fax,
use this key to transmit the tone signal from the dial line.
• [#] key
Press to enter symbols.
(8)
[Report] key
Prints reports and lists. You can also specify whether to print a
report automatically.
Specifies the image quality or density.
(3)
LCD
(9)
[Toner Gauge] key
Checks the remaining amount of toner.
(10) [Energy Saver] key
Sets or cancels the Sleep mode manually. The key turns on
green when the Sleep mode is set.
(11) [ID] key
Press when setting the PIN mode.
1-7
(12) [Clear] key
(18) [Back] key
Deletes letters and numbers.
Returns to the previous screen.
(13) [Stop] key
(19) [Error] indicator
Cancels jobs.
Blinks when an error occurs.
(14) [Start] key
(20) [Processing/Data] indicator
Before Using the Machine
[B & W] key
Starts the copy/scan/fax operation in black and white.
[Color] key
Starts the copy/scan operation in color.
Blinks during transmission and turns on when the machine has
waiting jobs.
(21) [Select Paper/Settings] key
Registers a size and type of paper to be loaded in the paper
cassette or multi-purpose tray.
[Paper Select] indicator
The indicator for the selected cassette turns on.
(15) [Reset] key
Resets the settings. (Resets the copy/scan/fax mode to the
standard mode.)
(16) [View Settings] key
You can check the settings.
(17) [
]/[
]/[
]/[
] / [OK] key
• [ ] key
Selects an upper item or increases a value.
• [ ] key
Selects a lower item or decreases a value.
• [ ] key
Returns to the previous screen or moves the cursor.
Decreases the volume of communication sound when pressed
during the fax communication.
• [ ] key
Proceeds to the next screen or moves the cursor.
Increases the volume of communication sound when pressed
during the fax communication.
• [OK] key
Confirms specified or registered settings.
Fax Operation Panel
MF8350Cdn
MF8050Cn
(1)
(1)
(1) (2) (3)
(6) (5) (4)
(6) (5) (4)
(1)
[One-touch Speed Dial] keys
(4)
Specifies recipients registered under one-touch keys.
(2)
[Address Book] key
Searches recipients registered under one-touch keys or coded
dial codes.
(3)
[Redial] key
Redials a number which you dialed the last time using the
numeric keys.
1-8
(1) (2) (3)
[Coded Dial] key
Specifies recipients registered under coded dial codes.
(5)
[Pause] key
Adds pauses to fax numbers.
(6)
[Hook] key
Press when you want to dial without lifting up the handset of
the external telephone.
LCD (Standby Mode)
Fax menu screen
When the fax mode screen is displayed, you can select an item using [
This section describes the following screens.
• Copy Mode
• Fax Mode
• Scan Mode
or [
].
The currently selected item is displayed with white letters on a black
background, and pressing [OK] proceeds to the next screen.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Specify destination.
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Display of the standby mode
RX Mode: Auto
Resolution: 200 x 1...
Scan Mode
Scan mode screen
When using the scan function, press [
] to switch to the
standby display.
When the scan mode screen is displayed, you can select an item using
Copy Mode
[
Copy mode screen
] or [
Before Using the Machine
• You can change the standby display which appears when the main
power switch is turned ON.
e-Manual→ Basic Operation→ Customizing Settings→ Setting
the Default Screen
• If the machine remains idle for 2 minutes, the display returns to the
standby mode.
e-Manual→ Basic Operation→ Specifying the Auto Reset Timer
---------------------------------------------
]
].
The currently selected item is displayed with white letters on a black
When using the copy function, press [
] to switch to the
background, and pressing [OK] proceeds to the next screen.
standby display.
Select the scan type.
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
1
Computer
Remote Scanner
Memory Media
Copy menu screen
When the copy mode screen is displayed, you can select an item using
[
] or [
].
The currently selected item is displayed with white letters on a black
background, and pressing [OK] proceeds to the next screen.
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +- 0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
1
Fax Mode
Fax mode screen
When using the fax function, press [
] to switch to the
standby display.
Specify destination.
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RX Mode: Auto
Resolution: 200 x 1...
1-9
Text Input Method
Enter information into the machine using the following keys.
Moving the Cursor (Entering a Space)
Keys to be used for this operation
Move with [ ] or [ ].
Move the cursor to the end of the text and press [
space.
] to enter a
Before Using the Machine
Deleting Characters
Delete with [
] (Clear).
Pressing and holding [
] (Clear) key deletes all characters.
Example: Enter <CANON>.
Tone, Numeric keys, Symbols, Clear
OK
Changing Entry Mode
1
2
Repeatedly press [
] to enter "C".
Register Username
C
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
Register Username
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
Select <Entry Mode> with [ ], and then press [OK]. You can
also press [
] (Tone) to change the entry mode.
Entry mode
3
Available text
<A>
Alphabet (capital letters) and symbols
<a>
Alphabet (small letters) and symbols
<12>
Numbers
Entering Letters and Symbols
Enter with the numeric keys or [
Keys used
Make sure that the input mode is <A>.
Entry mode: <A>
Entry mode: <a>
Entry mode: <12>
@.-_/
@.-_/
1
ABC
abc
2
DEF
def
3
GHI
ghi
4
JKL
jkl
5
MNO
mno
6
PQRS
pqrs
7
TUV
tuv
8
WXYZ
wxyz
9
(Nonenterable text)
(Nonenterable text)
0
@./-_!?&$%#
()[]{}<>*+=
",;:'^`|\
@./-_!?&$%#
()[]{}<>*+=
",;:'^`|\
(Nonenterable text)
] to enter "A".
Register Username
CA
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
4
] (Symbols)
Repeatedly press [
Repeatedly press [
] to enter "N".
Register Username
CAN
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
5
Repeatedly press [
] to enter "O".
Register Username
CANO
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
6
Repeatedly press [
] to enter "N".
Register Username
CANON
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
7
Select <Apply> with [
The entry is applied.
1-10
], and then press [OK].
Setting the Sleep Timer
The machine returns to sleep mode automatically when it is
not operated for a certain time.
4
Specify the time with [
[OK].
] or [
], and then press
You can also enter values using the numeric keys.
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
10
minutes
(10-240)
5
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When entering sleep mode
OK
[
Before Using the Machine
Sleep Timer
] (Energy Saver) turns on green.
To enter sleep mode manually
1
2
Press [
Press [
] (Menu).
Select <Timer Settings> with [
then press [OK].
Situations where the machine does not enter sleep mode
] or [
], and
Menu
Memory Media Settin...
Send/Receive Settin...
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
3
Select <Sleep Timer> with [
press [OK].
] (Energy Saver).
• When the machine is in operation
• When the Processing/Data indicator lights or blinks
• When a message appears on the display and the Error indicator
blinks
• When the machine is operating such as adjusting and cleaning
• When a paper jam occurs in the machine
• When the handset of the external telephone is off the hook
When the machine resumes from the sleep mode
] or [
], and then
•
•
•
•
When pressing [
] (Energy Saver).
When printing starts after receiving a fax
When the external telephone is off the hook
When a print job is sent from a computer, and printing starts
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Timer Settings
Time & Date Settings
Sleep Timer
Auto Reset Timer
Auto Offline Time
1-11
Setting the Current Date and Time
Specify the display format of the date and time and set the
current date and time.
The specified date and time are used as the standard time for
functions that require it.
Settings
Before Using the Machine
Keys to be used for this operation
Overview
Operation
<Date
Display
Type>
Specifies
the display
format of
date.
Select a display format with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
You can select a display format from the
following three options.
• YYYY MM/DD
• MM/DD/YYYY
• DD/MM YYYY
<12/24
Hour
Clock>
Specifies
the display
format of
time.
Select a display format with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
You can select a display format from the
following two options.
• 12 Hour (AM/PM)
• 24 Hour
Menu
Use the numeric keys to enter the date and
time, and then press [OK].
Move the cursor with [ ] or [ ].
Switch between <AM> and <PM> with [ ] or [ ].
Current Time Settings
OK
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1
2
Press [
] (Menu).
Select <Timer Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
<Current
Time
Settings>
Specifies
the current
time and
date.
<Daylight
Savings>
If you want to use the daylight saving time,
perform the following procedure.
1. Select <On> with [ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
2. Specify the starting date of the daylight
saving time.
- Select <Month> with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
Specifies
- Select the starting month, and then press [OK].
the daylight
- Select <Day> with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
saving time.
- Select the starting week, and then press [OK].
- Select the starting day, and then press [OK].
- Select <Apply> with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
3. Specify the ending date of the daylight
saving time in the same way as you specified
the starting date.
Menu
Memory Media Settin...
Send/Receive Settin...
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
3
Select <Time & Date Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
Timer Settings
Time & Date Settings
Sleep Timer
Auto Reset Timer
Auto Offline Time
4
Select a setting item with [
press [OK].
Time & Date Settings
Date Display Type
12/24 Hour Clock
Current Time Settings
Daylight Savings
1-12
] or [
], and then
5
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Chapter
2
Document and Paper Handling
Documents Requirements
2-2
Scanning Range
2-2
Copy
2-2
FAX
2-3
Scan (Saving in a Computer)
2-3
Scan (Saving in a USB Memory)
2-3
Placing Documents
2-19
When setting this item to <Print Speed Priority>
(the default setting)
2-19
When setting this item to <Print Side Priority>
2-19
2-4
Placing Documents on the Platen Glass
2-4
Loading Document in the Feeder
2-4
Paper Requirements
Selecting Print Side (MF8350Cdn Only)
2-6
Paper Size
2-6
Paper Type
2-7
Printable Range
2-8
Loading Paper
2-9
In the Paper Cassette
2-9
In the Multi-Purpose Tray (for MF8350Cdn)
2-11
In the Manual Feed Slot (for MF8050Cn)
2-12
Precautions when Loading Paper
2-13
Paper Loading Capacity
2-13
Paper Loading Orientation
2-14
When printing paper with a letterhead or logo
(previously printed paper)
2-14
Printing on Envelopes
2-15
Setting a Paper Size and Type
For the Paper Cassette
2-16
2-16
Registering the Default Paper Settings for the Multi-purpose Tray
(Manual Feed Slot)
2-16
Registering a Custom Paper Size
2-17
2-1
Documents Requirements
Platen glass
Feeder
Plain paper
Heavy paper
Photograph
Small documents (e.g., index cards)
Special types of paper (e.g., tracing paper, transparencies, etc.)*1
Booklet (Up to 3/4" (20 mm) thickness)
Document and Paper Handling
Document type
•
•
•
•
•
•
Size (W x L)
Maximum 8 1/2" x 11 3/4" (215.9 mm x 297 mm)
Maximum 8 1/2" x 14" (215.9 mm x 355.6 mm)
Minimum 5 1/2" x 5" (139.7 mm x 128 mm)
Weight
Maximum 4.4 lb (2 kg)
12 to 28 lb Bond (50 to 105 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
1 sheet
Maximum 50 sheets *2
Plain paper
(Multi-page documents of the same size, thickness and weight/onepage documents)
1
* When copying transparent documents such as tracing paper or transparencies, use a piece of plain white paper to cover the document after placing it face-down on
the platen glass.
*2 21 lb Bond (80 g/m2) paper
IMPORTANT
When placing document
Place the document after glue, ink or correction fluid on the document is completely dry.
To prevent paper jams in the feeder
Do not use any of the following.
• Wrinkled or creased paper
• Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
• Curled or rolled paper
• Coated paper
• Torn paper
• Onion skin or thin paper
• Documents with staples or paper clips attached
• Paper printed with a thermal transfer printer
• Transparency
Scanning Range
Make sure your document's text and graphics fall
within the shaded area in the following diagram.
* Note that the margin widths listed below are rough standards and there may be slight variations in actual use.
* The loading orientation of documents is as follows.
- Platen glass: With the document facing down
- Feeder: With the document loaded in the document feeder tray
Copy
Platen Glass
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
2-2
Feeder
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
FAX
Platen Glass
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
Feeder
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
3/64 in.
(1 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
1/8 in.
(3 mm)
3/64 in.
(1 mm)
3/64 in.
(1 mm)
Scan (Saving in a Computer)
Platen Glass
Feeder
1/16 in.
(1.5 mm)
Document and Paper Handling
3/64 in.
(1 mm)
Scan (Saving in a USB Memory)
Platen Glass
Feeder
1/16 in.
(1.5 mm)
1/64 in.
(0.5 mm)
1/64 in.
(0.5 mm)
2-3
Placing Documents
This section describes placing the documents on
the platen glass or loading them in the feeder.
Placing Documents on the Platen Glass
1
Open the feeder.
CAUTION
Precautions when closing the feeder
• Be careful not to get your fingers caught. This may cause
personal injury.
• Do not press down the feeder forcefully. This may damage the
platen glass and cause personal injury.
Document and Paper Handling
Loading Document in the Feeder
1
2
Spread the document guides a little wider than
the actual document width.
Place a document face down.
2
Pull out the tray extension before loading the
large size document.
Pull out the tray extension when the document is hanging out of
the document feeder tray.
3
Align the document with the appropriate paper
size marks.
If your document does not match any of the paper size marks,
align the center of your document with the arrow mark.
3
Fan the document stack and even the edges.
Thoroughly fan in
small batches.
4
Close the feeder gently.
The machine is ready to scan the document.
When scanning is complete, remove the document from the
platen glass.
2-4
Tap the edges on a flat
surface a few times.
4
Neatly place the documents face up.
Load the paper under the load limit guides (A).
Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit
mark (B).
(A)
(B)
Align the document guides with the width of the
document.
The machine is ready to scan the document.
Document and Paper Handling
5
IMPORTANT
Be sure to align the document guides with the width of
the paper
If the document guides are too loose or too tight, this may result in
misfeeds or paper jams.
While scanning a document
Do not add or remove documents.
Scanning documents is complete
Remove the documents from the document delivery tray to avoid
paper jams.
Avoid scanning the same document more than 30 times.
When scanned repeatedly, documents can become folded or torn,
which may cause paper jams.
If the feeder rollers are soiled from scanning a document
written in pencil
Clean the feeder rollers.
e-Manual → Maintenance → Cleaning the Scanning Area
2-5
Paper Requirements
Paper Size
The available paper sizes are as follows.
{: Available
Paper source
Paper size
Document and Paper Handling
Paper cassette *1
Multi-purpose tray
Manual feed slot
A4 (8 1/4" x 11 3/4") (210.0 mm x 297.0 mm) *2 *3
{
{
B5 (7 1/8" x 10 1/8") (182.0 mm x 257.0 mm) *2
{
{
A5 (5 7/8" x 8 1/4") (148.0 mm x 210.0 mm)
{
{
Legal (8 1/2" x 14") (215.9 mm x 355.6 mm) *2
{
{
Letter (8 1/2" x 11") (215.9 mm x 279.4 mm) *2 *3
{
{
Statement (5 1/2" x 8 1/2") (139.7 mm x 215.9 mm)
{
{
Executive (7 1/4" x 10 1/2") (184.0 mm x 266.7 mm) *2
{
{
Officio (8 1/2" x 12 1/2") (215.9 mm x 317.5 mm)
{
{
B-officio (8 1/2" x 14") (215.9 mm x 355.6 mm)
{
{
M-officio (8 1/2" x 13 3/8") (215.9 mm x 341 mm)
{
{
Government - Letter (8" x 10 1/2") (203.2 mm x 266.7
mm)
{
{
Government - Legal (8" x 13") (203.2 mm x 330.2 mm)
{
{
Foolscap (8 1/2" x 13") (215.9 mm x 330.2 mm) *2
{
{
Envelope COM10 (4 1/8" x 9 1/2") (104.7 mm x 241.3
mm) *4
{
{
Envelope Monarch (3 7/8" x 7 1/2") (98.4 mm x 190.5
mm) *4
{*
4
5
{
{
{
Envelope B5 (7" x 10") (176 mm x 250 mm) *4
{
{
Envelope DL (4 3/8" x 8 5/8") (110 mm x 220 mm) *4
{
Envelope C5 (6 3/8" x 9") (162 mm x 229 mm) *
Custom Paper Size
1
*
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
{*
{
6
7
{*
Only in MF8350Cdn, available in the optional paper feeder
Only in MF8350Cdn, auto 2-sided print is available.
Received documents, reports, or lists can be printed.
Use envelopes with the flap closed.
You can load Envelope Monarch in the paper cassette only for MF8050Cn.
You can load paper of the following custom paper sizes.
* MF8350Cdn
Width 4" to 8 1/2" (100 to 215.9 mm); Length 5 7/8" to 14" (148 to 355.6 mm)
* MF8050Cn
Width 3" to 8 1/2" (76.2 to 215.9 mm); Length 5" to 14" (127 to 355.6 mm)
You can load paper of the following custom paper sizes.
* Width 3" to 8 1/2" (76.2 to 215.9 mm); Length 5" to 14" (127 to 355.6 mm)
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Default paper size
The default paper size is A4. If you use a different paper size, change the paper size settings.
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2-6
Paper Type
The available paper types are as follows.
Paper Source
Paper Type
Plain Paper *1
Heavy Paper
(MF8050Cn)
Recycled Paper *1
Color Paper *1
Coated Paper
Printer Driver Setting
[Plain 1]
• MF8350Cdn: 250 sheets
• MF8050Cn: 150 sheets
• MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
• MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
200 sheets
30 sheets
150 sheets
20 sheets
[Heavy 1]
120 sheets
1 sheets
[Heavy 2]
100 sheets
[Plain 2]
[Heavy 1]
[Heavy 2]
[Heavy 3]
1 sheets
[Heavy 3]
[Recycled]
[Color]
MF8350Cdn: 250 sheets
MF8050Cn: 150 sheets
MF8350Cdn: 250 sheets
MF8050Cn: 150 sheets
•
•
•
•
MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
[Glossy 1] *2
[Glossy 2] *2
• MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
• MF8050Cn: 100 sheets
[Glossy 3] *2
• MF8350Cdn: 20 sheets
• MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
[Glossy 4]
Transparency *3
[Transparency]
Label
[Labels]
Index Card
[Heavy 2]
Envelope
[Envelope]
*1
*2
*3
•
•
•
•
Document and Paper Handling
Heavy Paper *
(MF8350Cdn)
1
16 to 19 lb Bond (60 to 74
g/m2)
• MF8350Cdn:
19 to 24 lb Bond (70 to
90 g/m2)
• MF8050Cn:
20 to 24 lb Bond (75 to
90 g/m2
24 to 32 lb Bond (86 to 119
g/m2)
32 to 34 lb Bond (120 to
128 g/m2)
34 lb Bond to 60 lb Cover
(129 to 163 g/m2)
25 lb Bond to 45 lb Cover
(91 to 120 g/m2)
32 lb Bond to 60 lb Cover
(121 to 163 g/m2)
61 to 65 lb Cover (164 to
176 g/m2)
16 to 19 lb Bond (60 to 74
g/m2)
16 to 19 lb Bond (60 to 74
g/m2)
28 to 29 lb Bond (100 to
110 g/m2)
32 to 35 lb Bond (120 to
130 g/m2)
40 lb Bond to 60 lb Cover
(155 to 165 g/m2)
77 to 80 lb Cover (210 to
220 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
(Multi-purpose Tray)
(Manual Feed Slot)
Paper Capacity
(Paper Cassette)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
MF8050Cn: 50 sheets
MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
MF8050Cn: 50 sheets
MF8350Cdn: 50 sheets
MF8050Cn: 15 sheets
MF8350Cdn: 10 sheets
MF8050Cn: 10 sheets
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MF8350Cdn: 20 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
MF8350Cdn: 20 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
MF8350Cdn: 10 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
MF8350Cdn: 5 sheets
MF8050Cn: 1 sheet
Only in MF8350Cdn, auto 2-sided print is available.
Only in MF8350Cdn, auto 2-sided print in A4 or LETTER size is available.
Use only the transparencies designed for laser printers.
To prevent paper jams, do not use the following types of
paper.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Wrinkled or creased paper
Curled or rolled paper
Torn paper
Damp paper
Very thin paper
Paper printed with a thermal transfer printer (Do not copy on the
reverse side.)
The following types of paper do not print well:
• Highly textured paper
• Very smooth paper
• Glossy paper
Make sure the paper is free from dust, lint, and oil stains.
Make sure to test paper before purchasing large quantities.
Store all paper wrapped and on a flat surface until ready
for use. Keep opened packs in their original packaging in a
cool, dry location.
Store paper at 64.4 to 75.2°F (18 to 24°C), 40 % to 60 % RH.
CAUTION
If you print on damp paper
The following problems may occur.
• Steam is emitted from the printer output area.
• Water droplets form on the back side of the operation panel and
in the output area.
Because moisture in the paper is evaporating due to the heat
generated when toner fixes, this is not a malfunction. (This is likely to
occur when the room temperature is low.)
If you smell a burnt odor, however, immediately turn OFF the machine,
unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet, and then contact
your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line. Continued
use can result in a fire or electrical shock.
2-7
Printable Range
1/4 in.
(5 mm)
Document and Paper Handling
2-8
1/4 in.
(5 mm)
1/4 in.
(5 mm)
1/4 in.
(5 mm)
The shaded area indicates the approximate printable area of A4 paper. Note that the margin
widths listed below are rough standards and there may be slight variations in actual use.
Loading Paper
MF8050Cn
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If you use paper of a different size or type
The default paper size/type is set to <Letter> and <Plain 2> in the
setting menu. If you use a different paper size or paper type, you need
to change the paper settings.
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16)
(1)
(2)
(2)
---------------------------------------------
(1)
Before loading paper in the paper cassette, see "Precautions
when Loading Paper" (→P.2-13).
When loading Legal size paper
Holding the lock release lever at the front right, adjust the length
of the paper cassette.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How to load paper in the optional paper cassette (Cassette 2)
MF8350Cdn
• Load the paper in Cassette 2 in the same manner as you load the
paper in Cassette 1.
---------------------------------------------
1
Pull out the paper cassette.
Hold the paper cassette with both hands.
Document and Paper Handling
In the Paper Cassette
MF8050Cn
2
Spread the paper guides a little wider than the
actual paper width.
(1) Slide the side paper guides.
Holding the lock release lever, slide the paper guides.
The side paper guides move together.
The lock release lever is not installed in MF8050Cn.
(2) Slide the paper guide at the front center.
Holding the lock release lever, slide the paper guides.
* If you want to change the size of the paper to be loaded, be sure
to register the paper size in "Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→
P.2-16).
MF8350Cdn
3
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
Load the custom size paper so that the edges of
the paper stack are aligned with the rear side of
the paper cassette.
"Paper Loading Capacity" (→P.2-13)
"Paper Loading Orientation" (→P.2-14)
2-9
When loading envelopes
(1) Close the envelope flap.
4
Align the paper guides with the loaded paper.
(1)
(1)
Document and Paper Handling
(2) Place the stack of envelopes on a flat surface, flatten them
to release any remaining air, and be sure that the edges are
pressed tightly.
(2)
(2)
5
Hold down the paper, then set it under the hooks
(A) on the paper guides.
Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the line of the
load limit mark (B).
(3) Loosen any stiff corners of the envelopes and flatten curls as
shown in the figure.
MF8350Cdn
(A)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(4) Align the edges of the envelopes on a flat surface.
MF8050Cn
(A)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(5) Load the envelopes into the paper cassette with the print side
up.
6
Insert the paper cassette into the machine.
Push it into the printer firmly.
When loading Legal size paper
When the paper cassette is inserted with it extended, the front
side of the paper cassette is not flush with the front surface of the
machine as shown in the figure.
Set the legal dust cover on the paper cassette.
2-10
MF8350Cdn
3
When loading long-size paper, open the tray
extension.
4
Spread the paper guides a little wider than the
actual paper width.
5
Gently insert the paper into the multi-purpose
tray with the print side up.
MF8050Cn
Specify the loaded paper size and type.
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16)
In the Multi-Purpose Tray (for MF8350Cdn)
Before loading paper in the multi-purpose tray, see
"Precautions when Loading Paper" (→P.2-13).
Use the multi-purpose tray when you want to copy or print on
a paper that is different from what is in the paper cassette.
1
Open the multi-purpose tray.
Hold the handle at the center of the tray to open the multipurpose tray.
Document and Paper Handling
7
• Load the paper under the load limit guides (A).
• Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit
mark (B).
"Paper Loading Capacity" (→P.2-13)
"Paper Loading Orientation" (→P.2-14)
(A)
(B)
IMPORTANT
Be sure to insert the paper cassette.
When loading envelopes
(1) Close the envelope flap.
If the paper cassette is not inserted, you cannot print from the multipurpose tray.
2
Pull out the auxiliary tray.
2-11
(2) Place the stack of envelopes on a flat surface. Flatten the
envelopes by releasing any remaining air and creasing the
edges.
In the Manual Feed Slot (for MF8050Cn)
Before loading paper in the manual feed slot, see "Precautions
when Loading Paper" (→P.2-13).
Use the manual feed slot when you want to copy or print on a
paper that is different from what is in the paper cassette.
1
Slide the paper guides so they align with the
width of the loaded paper as shown in the figure.
Adjust the paper guides to the size of the paper, then load the
paper deeply to back of the tray.
Document and Paper Handling
(3) Loosen any stiff corners of the envelopes and flatten curls as
shown in the figure.
IMPORTANT
(4) Align the edges of the envelopes on a flat surface.
Be sure to insert the paper cassette.
If the paper cassette is not inserted, you cannot print from the manual
feed slot.
2
When the paper touches the back of the tray, it is caught by the
slot.
Only one sheet of the paper can be loaded in the manual feed slot.
"Paper Loading Orientation" (→P.2-14)
(5) Gently insert the paper into the multi-purpose tray with the
print side up.
6
Support the paper with your hands as shown in
the figure, and insert the paper until it touches
the back of the tray.
Align the paper guides with the width of the
paper.
When loading envelopes
7
Close the envelope flap.
Specify the loaded paper size and type.
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16)
3
Specify the loaded paper size and type.
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16)
2-12
Precautions when Loading Paper
Paper Loading Capacity
MF8350Cdn
CAUTION
Be careful when handling paper
Handle paper carefully not to cut your hands with the edges of the
paper.
Precautions when inserting the paper cassette
(A)
Be careful not to catch your fingers.
(B)
(C)
Be sure to align the paper guides with the width of the
paper.
If the paper guides are too loose or too tight, this may result in
misfeeds or paper jams.
Paper source
(A)
Multi-purpose
tray
(B)
Cassette 1
(C)
Cassette 2
(optional)
Plain paper (Ex. 21 lb Bond
(80 g/m2)
Approx. 50
sheets
Approx. 250
sheets
Approx. 250
sheets
Heavy paper (Ex. 25 lb
Bond (91 g/m2)
Approx. 30
sheets
Approx. 200
sheets
Approx. 200
sheets
Heavy paper (Ex. 34 lb
Bond (128 g/m2)
Approx. 20
sheets
Approx. 150
sheets
Approx. 150
sheets
Transparency
(Transparencies can only
be printed in black and
white.)
Approx. 20
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Label
Approx. 20
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Coated paper
Approx. 20
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Approx. 50
sheets
Envelope
Approx. 5
sheets
Approx. 10
sheets
Approx. 10
sheets
Paper type
When using paper that has been poorly cut
If you use paper that has been poorly cut, multiple sheets of paper
may be fed at once. In this case, fan the paper thoroughly, and then
align the edges of the stack properly on a hard, flat surface.
Do not exceed the load limit mark when loading paper.
Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the line of the load
limit mark. If the paper stack exceeds the load limit mark lines, this
may result in misfeeds.
When printing on envelopes
Load envelopes with the front side (non-glued side) facing up. You
cannot print on the reverse side of envelopes.
Also, be sure to close the flap before loading envelopes.
If Index Card is curled
Bend it in the opposite direction to flatten it before loading.
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Detailed information about usable paper
Document and Paper Handling
IMPORTANT
MF8050Cn
"Paper Requirements" (→P.2-6)
Size abbreviation on the paper guides of the paper
cassette
Paper size
Legal
Letter
Executive
B5
Paper guide
LGL
LTR
EXEC
JIS B5
(A)
(B)
--------------------------------------------
Paper type
Plain paper (Ex. 21 lb Bond (80 g/m2)
Heavy paper (Ex. 25 lb Bond (91 g/m2)
Heavy paper (Ex. 34 lb Bond (128 g/m2)
Transparency (black-and-white printing only)
Label
Coated paper
Envelope
Paper source
(A)
(B)
Manual feed
Cassette 1
slot
Approx. 150
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 120
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 100
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 50
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 50
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 100
1 sheet
sheets
Approx. 10
1 sheet
sheets
2-13
Paper Loading Orientation
Be sure to load paper in portrait orientation.
Paper cassette
When printing paper with a letterhead or logo (previously printed paper)
Load the paper in the proper orientation as follows.
Paper cassette
Portrait layout
Document and Paper Handling
Multi-purpose tray (MF8350Cdn Only)
Manual feed slot (MF8050Cn Only)
1-sided printing
(When "Selecting
Print Side
(MF8350Cdn
Only)" (→P.2-19) is
set to <Print Speed
Priority> (the
default setting))
(with the printing side
facing up)
Landscape layout
(with the printing side
facing up)
1-sided printing
(When "Selecting
Print Side
(MF8350Cdn
Only)" (→P.2-19) is
set to <Print Side
Priority>)
(with the printing side
facing down)
(with the printing side
facing down)
(with the front side facing
down)
(with the front side facing
down)
Automatic 2-sided
printing
(MF8350Cdn only)
Multi-purpose tray (MF8350Cdn only)
Portrait layout
1-sided printing
(When "Selecting
Print Side
(MF8350Cdn
Only)" (→P.2-19) is
set to <Print Speed
Priority> (the
(with the printing side
default setting))
facing up)
1-sided printing
(When "Selecting
Print Side
(MF8350Cdn
Only)" (→P.2-19) is
set to <Print Side
Priority>)
Landscape layout
(with the printing side
facing up)
(with the printing side
facing down)
(with the printing side
facing down)
(with the front side facing
down)
(with the front side facing
down)
Automatic 2-sided
printing
2-14
Manual feed slot (MF8050Cn only)
Envelope B5
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the back of the machine
when it is viewed from the front.
Portrait layout
Landscape layout
1-sided
printing
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
(with the printing side facing up) (with the printing side facing up)
Printing on Envelopes
Manual feed slot (MF8050Cn Only)
Envelope COM10
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the left of the machine
when it is viewed from the front.
Paper cassette
Envelope Monarch*, No.10, DL, ISO-C5
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the left of the paper cassette
when they are viewed from the front.
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
Document and Paper Handling
Load envelopes with the front side (non-glued side) facing up
as follows.
(
: Feeding direction)
Envelope B5
* You can load Envelope Monarch in the paper cassette only for
MF8050Cn.
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the back of the machine
when it is viewed from the front.
Envelope B5
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the back of the paper
cassette when they are viewed from the front.
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
The multi-purpose tray (MF8350Cdn Only)
Envelope COM10
Load the envelopes so that the flap is toward the left of the machine
when it is viewed from the front.
Close the flap and load
the envelope.
2-15
Setting a Paper Size and Type
Follow the procedure in this section to adjust the paper
size and type settings for the cassette and the tray.
5
IMPORTANT
If the setting is different from the size of the loaded paper, an error
message appears, or printing is not performed correctly.
] or [
], and then
Paper Type
Plain 2 (19 lb BondRecycled
Color
Heavy 1 (24 lb Bond...
For the Paper Cassette
Keys to be used for this operation
Document and Paper Handling
Select Paper/Settings
Select a paper type with [
press [OK].
Reset
6
Press [
] (Reset) to return to standby mode.
Registering the Default Paper Settings for
the Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot)
If you want to always load the same paper in the multi-purpose
tray (manual feed slot), register the default paper using the
following procedure.
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If the default paper is registered
OK
The setting screen is not displayed when paper is loaded.
1
2
Press [
--------------------------------------------
] (Select Paper/Settings).
Select <Paper Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
Keys to be used for this operation
], and
Select Paper/Settings
Reset
Numeric keys
Select Paper
MP Tray
1
LTR:Plain 2
2
LTR:Plain 2
Paper Settings
3
Select <Drawer 1> or <Drawer 2> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
OK
Paper Settings
Multi-Purpose Tray
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
Register Custom Paper
4
Select a paper size with [
press [OK].
1
2
] or [
2-16
] (Select Paper/Settings).
Select <Paper Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Select Paper
MP Tray
1
LTR:Plain 2
2
LTR:Plain 2
Paper Settings
], and then
* When registering the custom paper, see "Registering a Custom
Paper Size" (→P.2-17).
* The registered custom paper is listed at the top. Select it with [ ].
Paper Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
EXEC
Press [
3
Select <Multi-Purpose Tray> with [
and then press [OK].
Paper Settings
Multi-Purpose Tray
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
Register Custom Paper
] or [
],
4
Select <On> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Register Default Set.
Off
On
Settings
If you select <Custom Size>
Specifies the size of <X> direction and <Y> direction of the
custom paper.
(1) Select the direction with [
X
Select <Paper Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
3_1/8 "
(3-8_1/2)
(3) Select <Apply> with [
Select <Multi-Purpose Tray> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
Select <Settings> with [
press [OK].
X
9
], and then
Register Default Set.
Off
On
Settings
Select a paper size with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
* When registering the custom paper, see "Registering a Custom
Paper Size" (→P.2-17).
* The registered custom paper is listed at the top. Select it with [ ].
Paper Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
EXEC
<Apply>
X: 3_1/8 "
Y: 5_1/16 "
Select the paper type with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Paper Type
Plain 2 (19 lb BondRecycled
Color
Heavy 1 (24 lb Bond...
10 Press [
8
], and then press [OK].
Specify Size
Y
] or [
] or [
Document and Paper Handling
Set Length for X
Paper Settings
Multi-Purpose Tray
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
Register Custom Paper
7
<Apply>
X: 0 "
Y: 0 "
(2) Specify the size with [ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
You can also enter values using the numeric keys.
Select Paper
LTR:Plain 2
1
LTR:Plain 2
2
LTR:Plain 2
Paper Settings
6
], and then press [OK].
Specify Size
Y
5
] or [
] (Reset) to return to standby mode.
Registering a Custom Paper Size
You can register sizes and types of frequently used paper.
Registered paper is displayed when paper settings are specified
for each paper source.
• Paper cassette
Paper size setting screen
Paper Size
1. 7 x 9 "
LTR
LGL
STMT
"For the Paper Cassette" (→P.2-16)
• Multi-purpose tray (manual feed slot)
- When <Register Default Set.> is set to <Off> (default)
The screen to be displayed when paper is loaded in the
multi-purpose tray (manual feed slot)
Paper Size (MP Tray)
1. 7 x 9 "
LTR
LGL
STMT
2-17
5
- When <Register Default Set.> is set to <On>
Paper size setting screen
Paper Size
1. 7 x 9 "
LTR
LGL
STMT
Specifies the size of <X> direction and <Y>
direction.
(1) Select the direction with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Specify Size
X
Y
<Apply>
X: 0 "
Y: 0 "
"Registering the Default Paper Settings for the Multi-purpose Tray
(Manual Feed Slot)" (→P.2-16)
(2) Specify the size with [ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
You can also enter values using the numeric keys.
Keys to be used for this operation
Document and Paper Handling
Select Paper/Settings
Reset
3_1/8 "
(3-8_1/2)
(3) Select <Apply> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Specify Size
X
Y
<Apply>
X: 3_1/8 "
Y: 5_1/16 "
OK
1
2
Press [
6
] (Select Paper/Settings).
Select <Paper Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Select Paper
MP Tray
1
LTR:Plain 2
2
LTR:Plain 2
Paper Settings
3
Select <Register Custom Paper> with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
4
Select <Not Registered> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
When selecting the registered custom paper, you can edit and
delete the custom paper.
Register Custom Paper
1. Not Registered
2. Not Registered
3. Not Registered
Select the paper type with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Paper Type
Plain 2 (19 lb BondRecycled
Color
Heavy 1 (24 lb Bond...
7
Paper Settings
Multi-Purpose Tray
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
Register Custom Paper
2-18
Set Length for X
Numeric keys
Press [
] (Reset) to return to standby mode.
Selecting Print Side (MF8350Cdn Only)
You can specify whether to match the sides to be printed for
2-sided printing and 1-sided printing.
Depending on the setting for this item, the side to be printed
changes. When using previously printed paper, read "Paper
Loading Orientation" (→P.2-14) thoroughly to load the paper in
the proper orientation.
1
2
2-sided
printing
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
], and
Select <Paper Feed Method Switch> with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
Select the paper source to specify with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
<Drawer 2> is displayed only when the optional paper cassette
(Cassette 2) is installed in MF8350Cdn.
Paper Feed Method
Multi-Purpose Tray
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
When setting this item to <Print Side
Priority>
The sides to be printed for 2-sided printing and 1-sided
printing match.
* Even when using previously printed paper, you do not need
to switch the sides of loaded paper between 2-sided printing
and 1-sided printing.
] or [
Common Settings
Inch Entry
Gram/Pound Swich
Drawer Auto-Selecti...
Paper Feed Method Sw
4
Specify the setting in the following cases.
• When not using previously printed paper
• When performing only 1-sided printing on previously
printed paper
Select <Common Settings> with [
then press [OK].
Document and Paper Handling
3
Front Back
1-sided
printing
] (Menu).
Menu
Sound Volume Control
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settin...
When setting this item to <Print Speed
Priority> (the default setting)
Because the sides to be printed for 2-sided printing and
1-sided printing are different, the printing sides do not match.
* When using previously printed paper, you need to switch the
sides of loaded paper between 2-sided printing and 1-sided
printing.
Press [
5
Select <Print Speed Priority> or <Print Side
Priority> with [ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
Front Back
1-sided
printing
1
2-sided
printing
1
2
2
3
3
4
Multi-Purpose Tray
Print Speed Priority
Print Side Priority
4
Specify the setting in the following case.
• When performing 2-sided printing and 1-sided printing on
previously printed paper
When specifying <Print Speed Priority>, load paper as
follows.
: Feeding direction)
(
* For details on the procedure for loading paper when
using multi-purpose tray or when printing pages of the
landscape layout, see "Paper Loading Orientation" (→
P.2-14).
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
<Print Speed
Priority>
When performing 1-sided
printing
When performing 2-sided
printing
Load paper with the printing
side facing up.
Load paper with the front side
(first page) facing down.
OK
2-19
When specifying <Print Side Priority>, load paper as
follows.
: Feeding direction)
(
* For details on the procedure for loading paper when
using multi-purpose tray or when printing pages of the
landscape layout, see "Paper Loading Orientation" (→
P.2-14).
<Print Side
Priority>
Document and Paper Handling
2-20
6
Press [
The procedure for loading paper is the same for 2-sided
printing and 1-sided printing.
• When performing 1-sided printing, load paper with the
printing side facing down.
• When performing 2-sided printing, load paper with the
front side (first page) facing down.
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Chapter
3
Copying
This category describes the copying features.
Basic Copying Method
Canceling Copy Jobs
Copy Settings
Selecting Copy Papers
3-2
3-2
3-3
3-3
Adjusting the Density
3-3
Selecting Image Quality (Copy)
3-4
2-Sided Copying (MF8350Cdn Only)
3-4
Enlarging/Reducing Copies
3-5
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)
3-5
Collating Copies
3-6
Erase Dark Borders and Frame Lines (Frame Erase)
3-6
Emphasize the Outline of an Image (Sharpness)
3-6
Copying the ID Card
3-7
Changing the Default Values
3-8
3-1
Basic Copying Method
1
This section describes the basic procedure for copying.
Place documents on the platen glass or load
them in the feeder.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
* Up to 50 documents can be loaded in the feeder. The 51st and
subsequent documents are not scanned.
Copying
2
Press [
4
].
Use numeric keys to enter the desired copy
quantity (1 to 99).
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +- 0
Original Type: Text/Ph...
2-Sided: Off
1
3
5
Specify the copy settings as needed.
You can specify up to 9 items.
(for details, see P.3-3 to P.3-6.)
Paper select
Density
Image quality
2-Sided
Enlarged/reduced
Reduced layout
Collating
Frame erase
Sharpness
Press [
] (Color) or [
] (B & W).
- For color copy
Press [ ] (Color).
- For black and white copy,
press [ ] (B & W).
Canceling Copy Jobs
You can cancel scanning or ongoing jobs in the following
procedure.
The settings that are specified here apply only to copy
operation which you are currently performing. To apply the
valid settings for all copy operations, see "Changing the
Default Values" (→P.3-8).
3-2
1
2
3
Press [
] (Stop).
When multiple jobs are being processed, select
the jobs to be canceled with [ ] or [ ], and
then press [OK].
When the <Cancel?> message appears, select
<Yes> with [ ], and then press [OK].
Copy jobs are canceled.
Copy Settings
Selecting Copy Papers
Copy mode screen
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
Select Paper
LGL:Plain 2
1
LTR:Plain 2
2
LTR:Plain 2
1
* You can display the setting
screen also by selecting
<Paper> in the copy mode
screen.
Select the paper cassette with [
Copying
Adjusting the Density
] → [OK]
] or [
Density adjustment
Setting screen*
Copy mode screen
Density
+
Background: Default
Color Balance: Defau...
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
1
Background Adjustment
Adjust the density with [
* You can display the setting screen also by selecting
<Density> in the copy mode screen.
]
Makes the copy
density lighter.
[
]
Makes the copy
density darker.
] or [
] → [OK]
Adjusting the color
Setting screen*
Setting screen*
Density
+
Background: Default
Color Balance: Defau...
[
Density
+
Background: Default
Color Balance: Defaul
Adjust the density with
[ ] or [ ] → [OK]
Fine Adjustment
Adjust by Color
+
Select <Color Balance> with [
] or [
]
Select a color for which you want to
adjust the color balance with [ ] or [
]
Select <Background> with
[ ] or [ ]
[
Select <Fine Adjustment> with
[ ] or [ ]
Background
Off
Fine Adjustment
<Off>
<Fine
Adjustment>
Does not adjust the
background density.
Adjusts the background
density.
The next step
[
]
Makes the background
density lighter.
]
Makes the background
density darker.
If adjusting the density for each color
(1) Select [Adjust by Color] with
[
] or [
] → [OK]
Fine Adjustment
Adjust by Color
+
Color Balance
<Apply>
Yellow: +-0
Magenta: +-0
Cyan: +-0
Adjust the color balance with [
[ ]
] or
Yellow
(2) Select the color you want to adjust the
density with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
(3) Adjust the density with [ ] or [
]→
[OK]
• [ ] Makes the background color
density lighter.
• [ ] To make the background color
density darker.
(4) Select [Apply] with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
0
(-8 - +8)
[
]
Makes the color lighter.
[
]
Makes the color darker.
Select [Apply] with [
] or [
] → [OK]
To next page
3-3
Copy Settings
Selecting Image Quality (Copy)
Copy mode screen
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
Original Type
Text/Photo/Map
Text/Photo/Map: (Qua...
Printed Image
Text
1
* You can display the setting
screen also by selecting
<Original Type> in the copy
mode screen.
Select the appropriate settings for the document with
[ ] or [ ], and then press [OK]
Copying
<Text/Photo/
Map (Speed)>
This option is suitable for documents that contain text and photos or
fine diagrams and text such as maps.
This option scans the document at a low resolution for color copy.
<Text/Photo/
Map>
This option is suitable for documents that contain text and photos or
fine diagrams and text such as maps.
<Text/Photo/
Map (Quality)>
This option is suitable for documents that contain text and photos or
fine diagrams and text such as maps.
This option scans the document at a high resolution.
You can set the image quality priority to text or photos.
<Printed
Image>
This option is suitable for documents that contain photos printed in a
magazine.
<Text>
This option is suitable for documents that contain text without photos
or illustrations.
When selecting <Text/Photo/Map (Quality)>
Adjust the priority with [
] → [OK]
] or [
High Image Quality
Text Priority
Photo Priority
2-Sided Copying (MF8350Cdn Only)
Copy mode screen
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
2-Sided
Off
1 2-Sided
Format Settings
1
Select <1→2-Sided> with [
* You can display the setting
screen also by selecting
<2-Sided> in the copy mode
screen.
] or [
] → [OK]
If you want to specify 2-Sided copying format
(1) Select <Format Settings> with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
(2) Select the orientation of the document with [ ] or [
Original Orientation
Portrait
Landscape
3-4
] → [OK]
(3) Select the finishing format with [
] or [
Finishing Format
Book Type
Calendar Typ...
] → [OK]
Copy Settings
* You can display the setting screen also by
selecting <Scale> in the copy mode screen.
Enlarging/Reducing Copies
Copy mode screen
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
For the preset zoom, you can select from the
following setting values.
Copy Ratio
Custom Ratio
100% Direct
400% Max
200%
1
• 100% Direct
• 50%
• 400% Max
• 25% Min
• 200%
• 129% STMT → LTR
• 78% LGL → LTR
• 64% LTR → STMT
Select the copy ratio with [
] → [OK]
] or [
Copying
Load paper of the size to be output. (→P.2-9)
Register the paper size to be output. (→P.2-16)
For custom ratio
(1) Select <Custom Ratio> with [
] or [
] → [OK]
Copy Ratio
Custom Ratio
100% Direct
400% Max
200%
(2) Specify the ratio with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
You can also enter the copy ratio using the numeric keys.
Custom Ratio
100
(25-400)
Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)
Copy mode screen
1
N on 1
Off
2 on 1
4 on 1
ID Card Copy
Select <2 on 1> or <4 on 1> with [
About margins among documents
When you copy in an N on 1 layout, margins
are created among the reduced documents.
When specifying the layout
(1) Select <Select Layout> with [ ] or [ ]
→ [OK]
(2) Select the layout with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
Select Layout
2 on 1 (1)
2 on 1 (2)
4 on 1 (1)
4 on 1 (2)
* You can display the setting screen also
by selecting <N on 1> in the copy mode
screen.
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
%
] or [
<2 on 1>
Reduce two-page
documents to fit on one
sheet of paper.
<4 on 1>
Reduce four-page
documents to fit on one
sheet of paper.
]
Scan Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
Select the size of the original document with [
] or [
]
Output Size
LGL: Plain 2
1
LTR: Plain 2
2
LTR: Plain 2
Select the output paper size with [
] or [
] → [OK]
To next page
3-5
Copy Settings
Collating Copies
Copy mode screen
Setting screen*
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
* You can display the setting screen also
by selecting <Collate> in the copy mode
screen.
Collate
Off
On
1
Select <On> with [
] or [
] → [OK]
Copying
<Off>
Printouts of a complete job are grouped.
For example, if you are copying three copies of a three-page
document, printouts of a complete job are grouped and arranged in
this page order: "1, 1, 1", "2, 2, 2", "3, 3, 3".
<On>
Printouts of a complete job are collated.
For example, if you are printing three copies of a three-page
document, printouts of a complete job are grouped and arranged in
this page order: "1, 2, 3", "1, 2, 3", "1, 2, 3".
Erase Dark Borders and Frame Lines (Frame Erase)
Copy mode screen
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
N on 1: Off
Collate: Off
Erase Frame: Off
Setting screen*
Erase Frame
Off
On
1
Select <Erase Frame> with [
* For MF8050Cn, you can display the setting
] (Frame
screen also by pressing [
Erase) on the operation panel.
] or [
]
Select <On> with [
] or [
]
Scan Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
Specify Frame Width
0_1/8 "
(1/16-1_15/16)
Specify the frame width to be erased
with [ ] or [ ]
Select the size of the original
document with [ ] or [ ] → [OK]
You can also specify values using the numeric keys.
Emphasize the Outline of an Image (Sharpness)
Copy mode screen
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Collate: Off
Erase Frame: Off
Sharpness: +-0
Select <Sharpness> with
[ ] or [ ]
3-6
]
Lowers the sharpness and decreases
the contrast on an image's outline.
It is appropriate for documents which
contain printed image or halftone.
]
Raise the sharpness and emphasize
the outline of an Image.
It is appropriate for documents which
are blueprints or thinly penciled.
Setting screen*
1
[
Sharpness
-
+
[
Adjust the sharpness with
[ ] or [ ] → [OK]
Copying the ID Card
You can make a copy of a 2-sided card onto one side of a paper.
6
Turn and place the card.
Place the card with a 1/4" (5 mm) space created from the left edge
of the platen glass.
Additionally, align the center of the card with the arrow mark.
Keys to be used for this operation
N on 1
COPY
If you want to arrange the cards horizontally
If you want to arrange the cards vertically
1
Copying
Start
OK
Place a card on the platen glass, and then close
the feeder.
Place the card with a 1/4" (5 mm) space created from the left edge
of the platen glass.
Additionally, align the center of the card with the arrow mark.
If you want to arrange the cards horizontally
7
Press [
] (Color) or [
] (B & W).
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Place a document (card)
Place a card on the platen glass.
Copy ratio
The copy ratio will automatically be set to <100%>.
Usable paper size
A size larger than A4 or Letter
Unavailable functions in combination
If you want to arrange the cards vertically
You cannot use an ID card copy together with the following functions.
• 2 on 1/4 on 1
• Collating
• 2-Sided
• Copy ratio
• Frame erase
---------------------------------------------
2
3
Press [
].
Press [
] (N on 1).
You can display the setting screen also by selecting <N on 1> in
the copy mode screen.
Copy: Press Start
100% 1 LTR
Density: +-0
Original Type: Text...
2-Sided: Off
1
4
Select <ID Card Copy> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
N on 1
Off
2 on 1
4 on 1
ID Card Copy
5
Press [
] (Color) or [
] (B & W).
After scanning the document completely, proceed to the next
step.
3-7
Changing the Default Values
Copying
The default values of the copy are the function which is applied
when [
] (Reset) is pressed or the power is turned ON. You
can change the default values to suit your needs.
You can register the following types of settings as the default
values.
• Quantity
• Density
• Original type
• 2-Sided
• Copy ratio
• Paper
• N on 1
• Collating
• Frame erase
• Sharpness
4
Select a setting item with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Change Defaults
<Apply>
No. of Copies: 1
Density: +- 0
Original Type: Text...
For details on the settings, see the following items.
"Selecting Copy Papers" (→P.3-3)
"Adjusting the Density" (→P.3-3)
"Selecting Image Quality (Copy)" (→P.3-4)
"2-Sided Copying (MF8350Cdn Only)" (→P.3-4)
"Enlarging/Reducing Copies" (→P.3-5)
"Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)" (→P.3-5)
"Collating Copies" (→P.3-6)
"Erase Dark Borders and Frame Lines (Frame Erase)" (→P.3-6)
"Emphasize the Outline of an Image (Sharpness)" (→P.3-6)
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
5
After specifying the settings, select <Apply> with
[ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
Change Defaults
<Apply>
No. of Copies: 1
Density: +- 0
Original Type: Text...
OK
1
2
Press [
6
] (Menu).
Select <Copy Settings> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Menu
Sound Volume Control
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settin...
3
Make sure that <Change Defaults> is selected,
and then press [OK].
Copy Settings
Change Defaults
3-8
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Chapter
4
Printing from a Computer
This category describes how to print from computers.
* If you are a Macintosh user, see the Printer Driver Guide.
Installing the Printer Driver
4-2
Printing from a Computer
4-3
Scaling Print Output
4-3
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
4-3
2-sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
4-4
Checking/Deleting Print Jobs
4-4
Checking Print Status in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
4-5
Deleting Print Job in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
4-5
4-1
Installing the Printer Driver
Step 1
Step 2
The following procedures are required as the preparations
for printing.
Select USB or network connection.
Install the printer driver.
You may also need to install Canon Driver Information
Assist Service depending on your environment.
Starter Guide → 4 Connecting to a Computer and
Installing the Drivers
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When changing the port number of the machine
Change the port number of the machine.
e-Manual → Security → Restricting Network Connection → Setting Port Number
Change the computer settings.
e-Manual → Network Settings → Setting Up a Computer for Printing/Sending a Fax → Computer Settings
About the printer driver
Printing from a Computer
The printer driver is software required for printing from an application. The printer driver will convert application software's print data to print data for
the printer.
About the UFRII LT printer driver
The UFRII LT printer driver has the following features.
• The UFRII LT printer driver enables you to output print data at an optimum speed by dividing the workload using a computer and the printer.
• As well as providing faster and more stable printing than conventional models, the UFRII LT printer driver uses less memory to operate.
• In addition to the conversion of print data, the UFRII LT printer driver is equipped with the functions capable of spooling print data and configuring
the print condition, and various types of print finishing can be set such as scaling or gutter adjustment.
• The UFRII LT printer driver is included in the supplied User Software CD-ROM
When performing this procedure in shared printer environment
Along with the driver, install [Canon Driver Information Assist Service] on the computer of the print server. By this installation, the characteristic
information about the image quality can be transmitted to the client computers correctly, and the department management becomes available as
well.
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4-2
Printing from a Computer
Scaling Print Output
4
You can enlarge or reduce documents to match the output
paper size, such as reducing a document created in A4 size to
print on B5, or enlarging a document created in B5 size to print
on A4.
There are two methods for scaling a document: select the
output size of the document to scale it automatically, or specify
the scaling value manually.
If you want to increase or decrease the
magnification manually, select [Manual Scaling] →
specify the scaling ratio for [Scaling].
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • If you are using an application that enables you to enlarge or
reduce the document, configure the settings in the application.
• The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as
the type and version of the printer driver.
---------------------------------------------
If the ratio is less than 25% or more than 200%, the document is
printed without scaling on the paper specified in [Output Size].
Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
For details on the procedure for displaying the printer driver, see
"Printing with the Printer Driver" in the e-Manual.
---------------------------------------------
5
Click [OK].
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
This mode enables you to reduce multiple pages to fit onto
one sheet of paper. You can fit 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 or 16 pages on one
sheet. Fitting multiple pages onto one sheet enables you to
create well organized documents. You can cut down print costs
by saving papers, and it is also useful for saving space.
Printing from a Computer
1
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
2
• You cannot enlarge and reduce manually when using this function.
• The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as
the type and version of the printer driver.
Select a page size from [Page Size].
• Although there may be a function for printing multiple copies
depending on the application you are using, do not use it together
with this function. If you do, printing may not be executed correctly.
---------------------------------------------
1
Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
For details on the procedure for displaying the printer driver, see
"Printing with the Printer Driver Displayed" in the e-Manual.
3
Select output size of the document from [Output
Size].
The document is scaled automatically according to the settings
made in [Page Size] and [Output Size].
4-3
2
Select the page layout from [Page Layout].
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If the options are not displayed for [Page Layout], display the [Device
Settings] Sheet, then select [Auto] or [Enabled] from [Spooling at
Host].
2
Select [2-sided Printing] from [Print Style].
3
Select binding edge for the paper printout from
[Binding Location].
---------------------------------------------
3
Select the page order from [Page Order].
Printing from a Computer
The output image is displayed in the preview area.
4
The output image is displayed in the preview area.
4
Click [OK].
2-sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
This mode enables you to make two-sided printing. You can
cut down print costs by half when copying in large quantities.
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • The page sizes for which two-sided printing is available differ
according to printer model. For details, view the online help.
• The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as
the type and version of the printer driver.
Click [OK].
Checking/Deleting Print Jobs
You can check or delete jobs in the middle of currently printing
or waiting.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Document name and user name displayed in the operation
panel
Some file name may be displayed incorrectly depending on the type
of the file to be printed.
--------------------------------------------Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
---------------------------------------------
1
Display the [Finishing] sheet.
For details on the procedure for displaying the printer driver, see
"Printing with the Printer Driver" in the e-Manual.
OK
4-4
Checking Print Status in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If the Processing/Data Indicator on the operation panel is:
1
2
• Turned on/blinking
A job is being processed.
• Turned off
Not jobs are in the memory
Press [
Select <Print Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
3
] or [
4
], and
Select <Print Job Status> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Select the jobs to be checked with [
then press [OK].
Select the jobs to be deleted with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Print Job Status
09:42AM Printing
09:43AM Waiting:Pr...
] or [
], and
5
Select the options you want to check with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
Select <Cancel> with [
[OK].
] or [
], and then press
Details
<Cancel>
Job Number: 0020
Status: Printing
Time: 01/01 09:42AM
] or
6
Confirm the settings.
Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the
Status Monitor/Cancel screen.
Select <Yes> with [
Yes
7
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
No
Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the
Status Monitor/Cancel screen.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Pressing [
Deleting Print Job in the Middle of Printing or Waiting
], and then press [OK].
Cancel?
Details
<Cancel>
Job Number: 0020
Status: Printing
Time: 01/01 09:42AM
6
7
],
Printing from a Computer
Select <Print Job Status> with [
then press [OK].
Print Job Status
09:42AM Printing
09:43AM Waiting:Pr...
5
] or [
Print Status/History
Print Job Status
Print Job History
Print Status/History
Print Job Status
Print Job History
4
Select <Print Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Hist...
Print Job Status/His
3
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Hist...
Print Job Status/His
---------------------------------------------
1
2
Press [
] (Stop) can also delete the print jobs
You can delete the print jobs also by pressing [
] (Stop).
---------------------------------------------
If the Processing/Data Indicator on the operation panel is:
• Turned on/blinking
A job is being processed.
• Turned off
Not jobs are in the memory
---------------------------------------------
4-5
Printing from a Computer
4-6
Chapter
5
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
This section describes the procedures for registering destinations in the address book and changing
or deleting the registered settings.
Address Book
5-2
One-touch Keys
5-2
Coded Dialing
5-2
Group Dialing
5-2
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
5-3
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
5-3
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
5-4
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
5-6
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
5-6
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
5-8
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
5-9
5-9
5-12
5-1
Address Book
You can specify document destinations by entering the characters using the numeric
keys or selecting from the address book.
You can register frequently used destinations under one-touch
keys and coded dial codes.
You can also save one-touch keys and coded dial codes as a
group.
To register destinations, use the operation panel or the Remote
UI.
One-touch Keys
Register a recipient for a one-touch key, and then press the
one-touch key to specify the recipient. Up to 19 recipients can
be registered.
"Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys" (→P.5-3)
Coded Dialing
Register a recipient for a coded dial code. Press [
] (Coded
Dial), and then specify a recipient by entering the coded dial
code. Up to 181 recipients can be registered.
"Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes" (→P.5-6)
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Group Dialing
You can group the registered recipients (up to 199 recipients)
under one-touch keys and coded dial codes. Group addresses
are to be registered for an unused one-touch key or coded dial
code. Simply specifying the one-touch key or coded dial code
allow you to specify multiple addresses registered as a group.
"Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing" (→P.5-9)
NOTE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Saving/Reading the address book
The address book can be saved as a file in your computer using the
Remote UI, and the saved file can be read in the machine.
e-Manual → Setting and Managing from Computer → Managing
the Address Book
However, you cannot edit the address book saved as a file.
Viewing destinations registered in the address book
You can view destinations by printing destination lists.
e-Manual → Basic Operation → Printing a List → Printing an
Address Book List
---------------------------------------------
5-2
Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys
(5) Confirm that <Name> is selected, and then press [OK].
This section describes the following procedure.
• Storing one-touch keys
• Editing one-touch keys
• Deleting one-touch keys
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Address Book
Tone, Numeric keys
Fax
<Apply>
Name:
Destination:
One-Touch: 01
(6) Use the numeric keys to specify <Name>.
"Text Input Method" (→P.1-10)
Name (Max 16 char.)
CANON
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
(7) Select <Apply> with [
1
2
Press [
Press [
Name (Max 16 char.)
CANON
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
OK
].
(8) Select <Destination> with [
] (Address Book).
When storing a new one-touch key
(1) Confirm that <Register New to Address Book> is selected, and then
press [OK].
Destination (Max 40)
0123456789
<Apply>
Settings
A-Z
(2) Select <One-Touch> with [
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON
Destination:
One-Touch: 01
(9) Use the numeric keys to specify <Destination>.
Press [OK] to specify <Settings> as needed.
Register New to Addr
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
], and then press [OK].
], and then press [OK].
Register Dest.
Coded Dial
One-Touch
(10) Select <Apply> with [
Destination Type
Fax
Group
(11) Select <Apply> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Destination (Max 40)
0123456789
<Apply>
Settings
(3) Confirm that <Fax> is selected, and then press [OK].
(4) Select the number to be registered with [
press [OK].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Back
], and then press [OK].
], and then
], and then press [OK].
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON
Destination: 0123456...
One-Touch: 01
Enter Registration No.
01 Not Registered
02 Not Registered
03 Not Registered
04 Not Registered
5-3
When editing a registered one-touch key
(1) Press [
(3) Select a destination that you want to delete with [
and then press [OK].
].
All
A-Z
(2) Select <Edit Address Book> with [
Yes
A-Z
] or [
], and
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
0-9
(4) Select an item that you want to edit with [
press [OK].
• Name
• Destination
• One-Touch
], and then press [OK].
3
Press [
No
] (Back) to close the menu screen.
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
CANON 0123456789
A-Z
0-9
Delete from
address book?
(3) Select a destination that you want to edit with [
then press [OK].
All
A-Z
(4) Select <Yes> with [
], and then press [OK].
Register New to Add...
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
] or [
], and then
1
2
Start the web browser.
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/" in
the address field, and then press the [ENTER] key
on your keyboard.
Input Example: "http://192.168.0.215/"
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON02
Destination: 9876543...
One-Touch: 02
(5) Select <Apply> with [
] after editing, and then press [OK].
(6) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON02
Destination: 9876543...
One-Touch: 02
3
Log on to the Remote UI.
(1) Select [System Manager Mode].
(2) Enter [System Manager ID] and [System Manager PIN].
(3) Click [OK].
When deleting a registered one-touch key
(1) Press [
].
CANON 0123456789
(1)
All
A-Z
(2) Select <Delete from Address Book> with [
(2)
], and then press [OK].
(3)
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
Delete from Address
All
5-4
A-Z
],
CANON 0123456789
CANON 0123456789
All
] or [
4
Click [Address] → [One-Touch].
7
Specify the required settings, and then click [OK].
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
When storing a new one-touch key
Proceed to Step 5.
When editing a registered one-touch key
When deleting a registered one-touch key
(1) Select the check box for which you want to delete the number, and
then click [Delete].
5
Click [Not Registered] or the number which is not
registered.
6
Select [Fax] from [Type].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(1) Click the number or name.
(2) Click [Edit].
(3) Specify the required settings in the edit screen for destinations, and
then click [OK].
5-5
Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes
This section describes the following procedure.
• Storing coded dial codes
• Editing coded dial codes
• Deleting coded dial codes
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
(5) Use the numeric keys to specify <Name>.
"Text Input Method" (→P.1-10)
Name (Max 16 char.)
CANON
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Address Book
Tone, Numeric keys
(6) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Name (Max 16 char.)
CANON
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
(7) Select <Destination> with [
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Back
1
2
Press [
Press [
OK
].
](Address Book).
When storing a new coded dial code
(1) Confirm that <Register New to Address Book> is selected, and then
press [OK].
Register New to Addr
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
A-Z
(2) Confirm that <Coded Dial> is selected, and then press [OK].
Register Dest.
Coded Dial
One-Touch
(3) Confirm that <Fax> is selected, and then press [OK].
Destination Type
Fax
Group
(4) Confirm that <Name> is selected, and then press [OK].
Fax
<Apply>
Name:
Destination:
Coded Dial: 001
5-6
], and then press [OK].
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON
Destination:
Coded Dial: 001
(8) Use the numeric keys to specify <Destination>.
Press [OK] to specify <Settings> as needed.
Destination (Max 40)
0123456789
<Apply>
Settings
(9) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Destination (Max 40)
0123456789
<Apply>
Settings
(10) Select <Coded Dial> with [
], and then press [OK].
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON
Destination: 0123456...
Coded Dial: 001
(11) Select the number to be registered with [
press [OK].
Enter Registration No.
001 Not Registered
002 Not Registered
003 Not Registered
004 Not Registered
] or [
], and then
(12) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
(2) Select <Delete from Address Book> with [
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON
Destination: 0123456...
Coded Dial: 001
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
Delete from Address
All
A-Z
(3) Select a destination that you want to delete with [
and then press [OK].
When editing a registered coded dial code
(1) Press [
], and then press [OK].
] or [
],
].
CANON 0123456789
CANON 0123456789
All
All
A-Z
(2) Select <Edit Address Book> with [
(4) Select <Yes> with [
Yes
No
] or [
], and
0-9
(4) Select an item that you want to edit with [
press [OK].
• Name
• Destination
• Coded Dial
] or [
], and then
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON02
Destination: 9876543...
Coded Dial: 002
(5) Select <Apply> with [
] after editing, and then press [OK].
(6) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
3
Press [
] (Back) to close the menu screen.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
A-Z
CANON 0123456789
A-Z
], and then press [OK].
Delete from
address book?
(3) Select a destination that you want to edit with [
then press [OK].
All
0-9
], and then press [OK].
Register New to Add...
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
A-Z
Fax
<Apply>
Name: CANON02
Destination: 9876543...
Coded Dial: 002
When deleting a registered coded dial code
(1) Press [
].
CANON 0123456789
All
A-Z
5-7
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
1
2
When deleting a registered coded dial code
(1) Select the check box for which you want to delete the number, and
then click [Delete].
Start the web browser.
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/" in
the address field, and then press the [ENTER] key
on your keyboard.
5
Click [Not Registered] or the number which is not
registered.
6
Select [Fax] from [Type].
7
Specify the required settings, and then click [OK].
Input Example: "http://192.168.0.215/"
3
Log on to the Remote UI.
(1) Select [System Manager Mode].
(2) Enter [System Manager ID] and [System Manager PIN].
(3) Click [OK].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(1)
(2)
(3)
4
Click [Address] → [Coded Dial].
(2)
(1)
(2)
When storing a new coded dial code
Proceed to Step 5.
When editing a registered coded dial code
(1) Click the number or name.
(2) Click [Edit].
(3) Specify the required settings in the edit screen for destinations, and
then click [OK].
5-8
(1)
Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing
You can perform the following procedures.
• Registering group addresses
• Adding a recipient to group addresses
• Deleting a recipient from group addresses
• Changing a group name
• Deleting group addresses
IMPORTANT
(3) Select <One-Touch> or <Coded Dial> with [
[OK].
], and then press
Register Dest.
Coded Dial
One-Touch
(4) Select <Group> with [
], and then press [OK].
Before registering group addresses
• Register group addresses for an unused one-touch key or coded
dial codes. Keep a one-touch key or coded dial available for group
dialing.
• The recipients must be registered in one-touch keys or coded dial
codes beforehand.
Destination Type
Fax
Group
(5) If you selected <One-Touch> in Step (3), select the number to be
registered with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Address Book
Tone, Numeric keys
Enter Registration No.
03 Not Registered
04 Not Registered
05 Not Registered
06 Not Registered
(6) Confirm that <Name> is selected, and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name:
Destinations: 0
One-Touch: 03
Back
1
2
Press [
Press [
OK
].
] (Address Book).
(7) Use the numeric keys to specify <Name>.
"Text Input Method" (→P.1-10)
Name (Max 16 char.)
GROUP
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
(8) Select <Apply> with [
CANON01 012345678
CANON02 98765432...
CANON03 00112233...
All
A-Z
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Storing/Editing from the Operation Panel
], and then press [OK].
Name (Max 16 char.)
GROUP
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
When registering new group addresses
].
(1) Press [
(2) Confirm that <Register New to Address Book> is selected, and then
press [OK].
Register New to Addr
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
(9) Select <Destinations> with [
], and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations:
One-Touch: 03
A-Z
5-9
(5) Confirm that <Add> is selected, and then press [OK].
(10) Confirm that <Add> is selected, and then press [OK].
Destination
<Apply>
<Add>
Destination
<Apply>
<Add>
CANON01 0123456789
CANON02 9876543210
(11) Select a destination that you want to add with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
(6) Select a destination to be added with [
press [OK].
CAON01 01234567
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
All
A-Z
0-9
All
A-Z
(7) Select <Apply> with [
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(8) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 3
One-Touch: 03
When deleting the destination from registered group addresses
When adding the recipients to registered group addresses
].
(1) Press [
(2) Select <Edit Address Book> with [
].
(1) Press [
(2) Select <Edit Address Book> with [
Register New to Add...
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
A-Z
A-Z
(3) Select a group to which destinations are added with [
and then press [OK].
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
GROUP 2 Destinat
] or [
],
(3) Select a group in which destinations are deleted with [
and then press [OK].
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
GROUP 3 Destinat
All
A-Z
0-9
0-9
(4) Select <Destination> with [
(4) Select <Destination> with [
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 2
One-Touch: 03
5-10
], and then press [OK].
], and then press [OK].
Register New to Add...
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
A-Z
], and then press [OK].
], and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 2
One-Touch: 03
All
0-9
Destination
<Apply>
<Add>
CANON01 01234567...
CANON02 98765432...
Destination
<Apply>
<Add>
CANON01 0123456789
CANON02 9876543210
All
], and then
CAON01 0123456...
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 00112233
(12) Repeat Step (10) and (11) to select the destinations to be added.
(13) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
(14) Select <Apply> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 3
One-Touch: 03
], and then press [OK].
] or [
],
(5) Select a destination to be deleted with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 2
One-Touch: 03
Destination
<Add>
CANON01 01234567...
CANON02 98765432...
CANON03 001122334
(6) Select <Delete from Group> with [
(5) Change <Name>.
], and then press [OK].
Name (Max 16 char.)
GROUP A
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
Fax
<Delete from Group>
Name: CANON03
Destination: 0011223...
Coded Dial: 003
(7) Select <Yes> with [
(4) Confirm that <Name> is selected, and then press [OK].
(6) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Name (Max 16 char.)
GROUP A
<Apply>
Entry Mode: A
Delete from group?
Yes
], and then press [OK].
No
(7) Select <Apply> with [
] and then press [OK].
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP A
Destinations: 2
One-Touch: 03
Destination
<Apply>
<Add>
CANON01 0123456789
CANON02 9876543210
(9) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
When deleting registered group addresses
].
(1) Press [
(2) Select <Delete from Address Book> with [
Group
<Apply>
Name: GROUP
Destinations: 2
One-Touch: 03
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
Delete from Address
All
When changing group name of registered group addresses
].
(1) Press [
(2) Select <Edit Address Book> with [
], and then press [OK].
All
A-Z
A-Z
(4) Select <Yes> with [
], and
0-9
], and then press [OK].
Delete from
address book?
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
GROUP 2 Destinat
All
] or [
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
GROUP 3 Destinat
A-Z
(3) Select a group for which the group name is changed with
[
] or [
], and then press [OK].
A-Z
(3) Select a group that you want to delete with [
then press [OK].
Register New to Add...
Edit Address Book
Address Book Details
All
], and then press [OK].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(8) Select <Apply> with [
], and then press [OK].
Yes
No
0-9
3
Press [
] (Back) to close the menu screen.
5-11
Storing/Editing from the Remote UI
1
2
When deleting the destination from registered group addresses
Start the web browser.
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/" in
the address field, and then press the [ENTER] key
on your keyboard.
(1) Click the number or name.
(2) Click [Edit].
(3) Select the destination from [Members List] to be deleted, and then
click [Delete].
(4) Click [OK].
When changing group name of registered group addresses
(1) Click the number or name.
(2) Click [Edit].
(3) Change a name of [Group Name], and then click [OK].
Input Example: "http://192.168.0.215/"
When deleting registered group addresses
(1) Select the check box for which you want to delete the number, and
then click [Delete].
3
Log on to the Remote UI.
5
Click [Not Registered] or the number which is not
registered.
6
Select [Group] from [Type].
7
Enter a name in [Group Name], and then click
[Address Book].
(1) Select [System Manager Mode].
(2) Enter [System Manager ID] and [System Manager PIN].
(3) Click [OK].
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(1)
(2)
(3)
4
Click [Address] → [One-Touch] or [Address] →
[Coded Dial].
(1)
(2)
When registering new group addresses
Proceed to Step 5.
(1)
When adding the recipients to registered group addresses
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
5-12
Click the number or name.
Click [Edit].
Click [Address Book].
Click [One-Touch] or [Coded Dial] from the drop-down list, select the
check box for the number to be added in a group, and then click [OK].
(2)
8
Click [One-Touch] or [Coded Dial] from the dropdown list, select the check box for the number to
be registered in a group, and then click [OK].
(3)
(1)
(2)
9
Check if the registered destinations are displayed
in [Members List], and then click [OK].
(1)
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
(2)
5-13
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
5-14
Chapter
6
Using the Fax Functions
This section describes the procedure for using the fax functions.
Basic Method for Sending Faxes
6-2
Canceling Sending of Fax Documents
6-2
Fax Settings
6-3
Changing the Default Values for Fax
6-20
Changing the Fax Settings (Items Specified Using the
[Menu] Button)
6-21
Image Quality Settings
6-3
Setting procedure for Sending
6-21
Density Settings
6-3
Setting Items for the Send Settings
6-21
Sharpness Settings
6-3
Specifying Destinations
6-4
Specifying Destinations by Entering a Fax Number
6-4
Specifying Destinations Using the One-Touch Keys
6-4
Specifying Destinations Using Coded Dial
6-4
Specifying Destinations Using Group Dialing
6-5
Specifying Destinations Using the Address Book
6-5
Redialing (Manual Redialing)
6-6
Useful Fax Sending Methods
6-7
Register Username
6-22
Change Defaults
6-22
Sender ID
6-22
Fax No.
6-22
Select Line Type
6-22
Offhook Alarm
6-22
ECM Sending
6-22
Pause Time
6-23
Auto Redial
6-23
Check Dial Tone Before Sending
6-23
Setting Procedure for Receiving
6-23
6-24
Sending a Fax after Making a Phone Call (Manual Sending)
6-7
Setting Items for the Receive Settings
Push-button Telephone Service Using a Dial-line
6-7
2-Sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
6-24
Sending a Fax Abroad (Adding Pauses)
6-8
Receive Data Reduction
6-24
6-9
Received Page Footer
6-24
Sending to Multiple Destinations at a Time (Sequential Broadcast)
Continue Printing When Toner Is Low
6-24
6-10
ECM Receiving
6-24
Receive Mode
6-10
Incoming Ring
6-25
Changing the Receive Mode
6-13
Remote Receiving
6-25
Detailed Settings for the Fax/Tel Mode
6-13
Manual/Auto Switch
6-25
Receiving Faxes
Forwarding Fax Documents
Registering Forwarding Destinations (Automatic Forwarding)
6-14
6-14
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory to Other
Destinations (Manual Forwarding)
6-14
Re-forwarding/Printing/Deleting the Documents in which a
Forwarding Error Occurs
Checking/Handling Fax Documents in Memory
6-15
6-17
Checking/Canceling Fax Transmission Documents
6-17
Printing Received Fax Documents
6-17
Checking/Deleting Received Fax Documents
6-18
Checking the History of Received/Sent Fax Documents
6-19
System settings procedure
6-25
Setting Items for the System Settings
6-26
Send Start Speed
6-26
Receive Start Speed
6-26
Select Country/Region
6-26
Memory Lock Settings
6-26
Address Book PIN
6-27
Restrict New Destinations
6-27
Allow Driver Faxing
6-27
Restrict Sending from History
6-27
Fax No. Confirmation Re-Entry
6-27
Restrict Sequential Broadcast
6-27
6-1
Basic Method for Sending Faxes
1
Place documents on the platen glass or load
them in the feeder.
2
Press [
This section describes the basic procedure for
sending faxes.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
4
].
Specify the destination.
These are the following methods to specify a destination.
(For details, see P.6-4 to 6-5.)
Entering the fax number
One-touch keys
Coded dialing
Address book
- Sequential broadcast
(→P.6-9)
Group dialing
Using the Fax Functions
Specify destination.
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Resolution: 200 x 100...
3
Set scanning settings for documents as needed.
There are the three items you can specify.
(For details, see P.6-3.)
5
Image quality settings
Density settings
Sharpness settings
The settings specified here are effective only for the current sending
operation. To make the settings effective for all the copy operations, see
"Changing the Default Values for Fax" (→P.6-20).
Canceling Sending of Fax Documents
You can cancel a sending job that is in the process of being sent.
1
2
6-2
Press [
].
Press [
] (Stop).
3
Press [
] (B & W).
When placing documents on the platen glass
Perform the following procedure.
(1) Select the size of the original document with [ ] or [ ],
and then press [OK].
(2) Press [
] (B & W) for each document.
(3) When all documents are scanned completely, select <Start
Sending>, and then press [OK].
When <Cancel?> appears, select <Yes> with [ ],
and then press [OK].
Transmission is canceled.
Fax Settings
Image Quality Settings
Fax mode screen
Specify destination.
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Setting screen
Image
Quality
Resolution
200 x 100 dpi (Norma
200 x 200 dpi (Fine)
200 x 200 dpi (Phot...
200 x 400 dpi (Supe...
RX Mode: Auto
Resolution: 200 x 1...
<200 dpi x 100 dpi (Normal)>
<200 dpi x 200 dpi (Fine)>
<200 dpi x 200 dpi (Photo)>
Specify the scanning resolution.
As you set a higher resolution you will get better resolution
but the transmission time will be longer.
For text documents
For fine text documents
For documents that contain photographs
<200 dpi x 400 dpi (Superfine)>
For fine text documents
<400 dpi x 400 dpi (Ultrafine)>
For fine text documents
Density Settings
Fax mode screen
Specify destination.
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Setting screen
Specify the scanning density.
Density
Density
v
+
[
]
Makes the scanning density lighter.
[
]
Makes the scanning density darker.
Sharpness Settings
Fax mode screen
Setting screen
Specify destination.
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You can emphasize the outline of the image in the
document or decrease the contrast.
Sharpness
-
Density: +- 0
Sharpness: +-0
Select <Sharpness> with [
Using the Fax Functions
RX Mode: Auto
Resolution: 200 x 1...
+
] or [
], and then press [OK].
[
]
If you want to clearly scan halftone dots which of printed photos,
adjust the sharpness to <->. This can reduce the moire effect (patchy
patterns called "moire").
[
]
If you want to clearly scan text or lines, adjust the sharpness to <+>.
This is appropriate for scanning documents which are blueprints or
thinly penciled.
6-3
Specifying Destinations
Specifying Destinations
Specifying Destinations by Entering a Fax Number
Specify the fax number with the numeric keys, [
] (Tone), and [
] (Symbols).
Correcting destinations
• Canceling destinations
Press and hold [
] (Clear).
• Deleting the last character of a destination
Press [
] (Clear).
Specifying Destinations Using the One-Touch Keys
Press the one-touch key (01 to 19) of the destination.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in one-touch keys beforehand.
Using the Fax Functions
"Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys" (→P.5-3)
If incorrect keys are pressed
After pressing [
] (Reset), repeat the procedure from specifying the settings for the document scanning.
Specifying Destinations Using Coded Dial
Press [
] (Coded Dial), and then enter the three-digit registration number (001 to
181) with the numeric keys.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in coded dials beforehand.
"Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes" (→P.5-6)
If incorrect keys are pressed
After pressing [
6-4
] (Reset), repeat the procedure from specifying the settings for the document scanning.
Specifying destinations
Specifying Destinations Using Group Dialing
When the numbers are registered in a one-touch key
Press the one-touch key (01 to 19) in which destination groups are registered.
When the numbers are registered in a coded dial code
Press [
] (Coded Dial), and then enter the three-digit registration number (001 to 181) with the numeric
keys.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in a group address beforehand.
"Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing" (→P.5-9)
If incorrect keys are pressed
After pressing [
] (Reset), repeat the procedure from specifying the settings for the document scanning.
After entering the characters from the operation panel and searching the abbreviation of destinations from the registered
address book (one-touch keys, coded dial, or group dialing), the destinations to be specified appear on the display. You can
specify the displayed address as a destination.
To use this feature, you need to register destinations in the address book beforehand.
"Registering Destinations in the Address Book" (→P.5-1)
1
2
Press [
Using the Fax Functions
Specifying Destinations Using the Address Book
] (Address Book).
Search for the recipient using [
] or [
].
Selecting <All> displays all the recipients.
CANON 012XXXXXX
GroupA 2 Destin...
User01 012xxxxx...
All
3
A-Z
Select a recipient with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
CANON 012XXXXXX
GroupA 2 Destin...
User01 012xxxxx...
All
A-Z
6-5
Redialing (Manual Redialing)
You can redial a number which you dialed the last time.
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Redial
OK
1
Start
Place documents on the platen glass or load them
in the feeder.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
Using the Fax Functions
2
3
4
Press [
Press [
].
] (Redial).
Select a recipient with [
[OK].
] or [
], and then press
Redial
012XXXXXX
5
Press [
] (B & W).
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Destinations that can be redialed
• A destination entered with the numeric keys
• Up to the last three destinations
(Only the last destination when using (Hook))
When restricting the sending function
Redialing is not available.
"Restrict Sending from History" (→P.6-27)
When turning this machine OFF
The registered address for redialing is deleted.
When sending by automatic redialing
"Auto Redial" (→P.6-23)
---------------------------------------------
6-6
Useful Fax Sending Methods
Sending a Fax after Making a Phone Call (Manual Sending)
Send a fax manually in the following cases.
• If you want to make a phone call before sending fax
documents
• If the recipient's fax machine cannot receive a fax
automatically
Keys to be used for this operation
Push-button Telephone Service Using a Dial-line
Some types of push-button telephone services require
the availability of a push-button line (e.g., banks, airline
reservations, and hotel reservations). If this machine is
connected using a dial-line, you can send the tone signal
temporarily using the following procedures.
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Numeric keys
Hook
FAX
Start
Connect an external telephone to this machine.
For details on connecting, see the following.
e-Manual → Setting Up the Machine → Specifying Initial Fax
Settings and Connecting a Telephone Cable → Connecting a
Telephone Line
2
Press [
].
Set scanning settings for documents as needed.
"Fax Settings" (→P.6-3)
5
Press [
Press [
].
] (Hook), and check the dial tone.
The dial tone sounds.
3
Place documents in the feeder.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
3
4
1
2
Use the numeric keys to dial the desired
information service.
Specify destination.
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012XXXXXX
Start Receiving
Resolution: 200 x 1...
Using the Fax Functions
1
Tone, Numeric keys
Check the dial tone using the handset of the
external telephone.
The dial tone sounds.
6
7
Dial the recipient's fax number.
Talk through the handset to the recipient.
When you hear a beep, proceed to Step 9.
8
Ask the recipient to set their fax machine to
receive faxes.
9
When you hear a beep, press [
hang up the handset.
] (B & W), and
After completing the scanning, you can send the fax documents.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Restrictions for manual sending
When placing documents on the platen glass, only one page can be
sent. Furthermore, the group dialing function is not available.
Check the dial tone before entering a fax number.
If you enter the number before checking the dial tone, the call may
not be connected or the wrong number may be dialed.
---------------------------------------------
6-7
4
After responding to the recoded message of the
information service, press [
] (Tone).
1
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
You can switch to the tone signal.
Specify destination.
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012XXXXXXT
Start Receiving
Resolution: 200 x 1...
5
2
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the required
numbers for the information service.
Set scanning settings for documents as needed.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the international
access code.
For details on international access codes, contact the telephone
company you are subscribed with.
012
If you want to send faxes, press [
] (B & W).
5
Press [
The external telephone must be connected to this machine.
Check the dial tone before entering a fax number.
Using the Fax Functions
If you enter the number before checking the dial tone, the call may
not be connected or the wrong number may be dialed.
Fax
---------------------------------------------
Sending a Fax Abroad (Adding Pauses)
When sending a fax abroad, you may need to insert a pause
within the number.
When communicating abroad, the signal distance is extreme
and the signal route complicated. Because of this, you may not
be able to connect to a recipient by dialing an international
telephone identification number, country code, and the
recipient's fax number at the same time. In this case, add a
pause after the international telephone identification number.
Because adding a pause provides a point where wait time can
be added when dialing, it is easier to connect to the recipient.
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Numeric keys
Start
] (Pause) to enter a pause as needed.
• The letter <p> indicating a pause is displayed.
• A pause in the number represents a 2-second pause. To change
the pause time, see "Pause Time" (→P.6-23).
] (Pause)
• When you are adding pauses consecutively, press [
again.
Telephone call
Pause
].
Fax
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-8
Press [
"Fax Settings" (→P.6-3)
Specify destination.
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012XXXXXXT3456
Start Receiving
Resolution: 200 x 1...
6
Place documents on the platen glass or load them
in the feeder.
012P
6
Enter the country code, the area code, and the
fax/telephone number using the numeric keys.
Fax
012p031XXXXXX
7
Press [
] (Pause) to add a pause at the end of
the fax/telephone number as needed.
3
• The letter <P> is displayed at the end of the fax number.
• The pause added to the end of the number is fixed at 10
seconds.
Select a method for adding destinations with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
• Fax (New)
• Address Book
• Coded Dial
"Specifying Destinations" (→P.6-4)
Fax
Add Destination
Fax (New)
Address Book
Coded Dial
012p031XXXXXXP
8
Press [
] (B & W).
Sending to Multiple Destinations at a Time
(Sequential Broadcast)
You can send the same document to multiple destinations.
Keys to be used for this operation
Numeric keys
4
5
Repeat Step 2 and 3 to enter all the destinations.
Press [
] (B & W).
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The number of destinations capable of sequential
broadcast
You can select destinations in the following combinations.
• Specifying destinations using numeric keys: Only one destination
• One-touch keys: Up to 19 destinations
• Coded dial codes: Up to 181 destinations
When specifying destinations using the numeric keys
Enter the numbers, and then press [OK].
Select <Confirm/Delete Dest.> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Specify destination.
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OK
1
Add Destination
Confirm/Delete Dest.
Start
Place documents on the platen glass or load them
in the feeder.
---------------------------------------------
Using the Fax Functions
When checking the specified destinations
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
2
Select <Add Destination> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Specify destination.
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Add Destination
Confirm/Delete Dest.
6-9
Receiving Faxes
This section describes the procedure for receiving faxes.
Receive Mode
Your machine provides several methods for receiving fax documents. You can receive documents automatically or manually.
Follow the chart below to choose the fax receive mode that best suits your needs.
The default setting is <Auto>.
Auto mode
Receives a fax automatically.
The machine's operation changes depending on whether an external telephone is connected.
Operation for when an incoming call is received
Without an external telephone connected
When the call is a fax
The machine receives
the fax automatically.
With an external telephone connected
When the call is a voice call
The machine does not respond.
An incoming call rings for the specified number of times. *
Using the Fax Functions
6-10
When you pick up the handset while the
incoming call rings
When the call is a fax
You can hear a beep.
Following the procedure
below, receive the fax.
(1) Press [Fax].
(2) Select <Start Receiving>
with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
(3) Hang up the handset.
When the call is a
voice call
You can start talking
as is.
When you do not pick up the handset while
the incoming call rings
When the call is a fax
The machine receives the
fax automatically.
When the call is a
voice call
You cannot start talking.
* You can change the number of times the incoming call rings in "Incoming Ring" on P. 6-25.
Fax/Tel mode
Receives a fax automatically. (An incoming call rings. To configure so that the incoming call does not ring,
see "Incoming Ring" (→P.6-25))
Respond to a telephone call by picking up the handset.
Operation for when an incoming call is received
An incoming call rings for the specified number of times.*1
When you do not pick up the handset
within the specified number of times
The machine judges whether the
incoming call is a fax or voice call.*2
When the call is
a fax
The machine receives
the fax automatically.
You can start talking as is.
Answer mode
The telephone rings.*3
When the call is a fax
You can hear a
beep.Following the
procedure below, receive the
fax.
(1) Press [Fax].
(2) Select <Start Receiving>
with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
(3) Hang up the handset.
When you do not pick up
the handset during ringing
The machine hangs up the
telephone or switches to the fax
receive mode.*4
When the call
is a voice call
You can start
talking as is.
*1 You can change the number of times the incoming call
rings in "Incoming Ring" on P. 6-25.
*2 You can set the time taken to judge in <Ring Start
Time>.
*3 You can change the ringing time in <Incoming Ring
Time>.
*4 Specify which operation is performed in <After Ring>.
The above settings between *2 and *4 can be specified in
"Detailed Settings for the Fax/Tel Mode" on P. 6-13.
Using the Fax Functions
When you pick up the
handset during ringing
When the call is
a voice call
When you pick up the handset within
the specified number of times
Receives a fax automatically.
The answering machine records a message for telephone calls.
Operation for when an incoming call is received
The telephone rings the number of times specified for the built-in
answering machine.*1
When you pick up the handset during
ringing
When the call is a fax
You can hear a beep.
Following the procedure
below, receive the fax.
(1) Press [Fax].
(2) Select <Start Receiving>
with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
(3) Hang up the handset.
When the call is a
voice call
You can start talking as
is.
When the built-in answering machine
starts up
When the call is a fax
The machine receives the
fax automatically.
When the call is a
voice call
The built-in answering
machine records the
message.*2
*1 Set your answering machine to answer after a few rings.
*2 Record a message on your answering machine.
(It is recommend that you insert about 4 seconds of silence at the
beginning of the message or limit the message within 20 seconds.)
6-11
Manual mode
Because this machine rings when receiving both fax and telephone calls, pick up the handset to respond to the call manually.
This mode is a suitable option if you expect to use the machine mainly as a telephone, and only occasionally receive fax documents.
Operation for when an incoming call is received
The external phone rings.
When you pick up the handset while the
telephone rings
When you do not pick up the handset while
the telephone rings
The machine cannot receive a call or fax.*1
When the call is a fax
You can hear a beep.
Following the procedure
below, receive the fax.*2
(1) Press [Fax].
(2) Select <Start Receiving>
with [ ] or [ ], and then
press [OK].
(3) Hang up the handset.
Using the Fax Functions
6-12
When the call is a voice call
You can start talking as is.
*1 If "Manual/Auto Switch" (P. 6-25) is set to <On>, the machine switches to the
fax receive operation automatically when the machine rings for a certain
time.
2
* When "Remote Receiving" (P. 6-25) is set, you can also receive fax
documents by dialing from your telephone.
Changing the Receive Mode
1
2
Select the fax receive mode to suit your needs.
Keys to be used for this operation
FAX
Press [
].
Select <RX Mode> with [
[OK].
] or [ ], and then press
Specify destination.
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3
Press [
], and then press
].
Select <RX Mode> with [
[OK].
] or [ ], and then press
4
] or [
If you select <Fax/Tel> and press [OK], you need to specify the detailed
settings. See "Detailed Settings for the Fax/Tel Mode" (→P.6-13) and specify
the settings.
Detailed Settings for the Fax/Tel Mode
Set the ringing time or the operations for the Fax/Tel mode.
FAX
],
<Ring Start Time>
Specify the duration for which the machine attempts
to detect the fax tone before it starts ringing. Specify a
duration between 5 seconds and 30 seconds, and then
press [OK].
<Incoming Ring Time>
Set the ringing time. Specify a duration between 15
seconds and 300 seconds, and then press [OK].
<After Ring>
Specify the operation for when the phone is not picked
up during calling. Select <End> or <Receive>, and then
press [OK].
- <End>:
Disconnects the call.
- <Receive>: Receives a fax.
], and then
Receive Mode
Auto
Fax/Tel
Manual
Answer
Keys to be used for this operation
] or [
5
Select <Apply> with [
[OK].
] or [
Using the Fax Functions
RX Mode: Auto
Resolution: 200 x 1...
Select a receive mode with [
press [OK].
Select an item to be specified with [
and then press [OK].
Fax/Tel
<Apply>
Ring Start Time: 6
Incoming Ring Time: ...
After Ring: Receive
Specify destination.
2010 01/01 12:52AM
3
] or [
Receive Mode
Auto
Fax/Tel
Manual
Answer
OK
1
2
Select <Fax/Tel> with [
[OK].
], and then press
The receive mode is changed.
Fax/Tel
<Apply>
Ring Start Time: 6
Incoming Ring Time: ...
After Ring: Receive
OK
6-13
Forwarding Fax Documents
There are two forwarding methods: registering a forwarding
destination beforehand (automatic forwarding) and selecting a
fax document received in the memory (manual forwarding).
"Registering Forwarding Destinations (Automatic
Forwarding)" (→P.6-14)
"Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory to Other
Destinations (Manual Forwarding)" (→P.6-14)
Also, if a forwarding error occurs, see the following section.
"Re-forwarding/Printing/Deleting the Documents in which a
Forwarding Error Occurs" (→P.6-15)
3
] or [
],
System Settings
Dept. ID Management
Network Settings
Communications Sett...
Forwarding Settings
4
Registering Forwarding Destinations
(Automatic Forwarding)
Select <Forwarding Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
Select <On> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Forwarding Settings
Off
On
You can forward received documents to a specified destination.
IMPORTANT
Setting for <Forwarding Settings>
You can specify also from the Remote UI.
e-Manual → Setting and Managing from Computer → Setting Transfer
5
Keys to be used for this operation
Using the Fax Functions
Menu
<Off>
Does not specify the forwarding setting.
<On>
Enables the forwarding setting.
Select a forwarding destination with [
and then press [OK].
],
Log In/Out
CAON01 01234567
CAON02 9876543...
CAON03 0011223...
All
6
OK
1
2
Press [
0-9
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory
to Other Destinations (Manual Forwarding)
] (Menu).
Select <System Settings> with [
then press [OK].
Press [
A-Z
You can specify destinations and send a document in memory.
] or [
], and
Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
Menu
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
System Settings
When the system manager ID and system manager PIN are
specified
Use the numeric keys to enter the ID and number, and then press
[
] (ID).
Sys. Manager ID/PIN
Login: Press ID
Logout: Press ID
Manager ID: 0123456
PIN: *******
6-14
] or [
OK
1
Press [
Start
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
2
Select <Fax Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [ ],
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Histo
Print Job Status/Hi...
3
Re-forwarding/Printing/Deleting the
Documents in which a Forwarding Error Occurs
Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
Select <Receive Job Status> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Fax Job Status/History
Send Job Status
Receive Job Status
Job History
Forwarding Error Sta...
4
OK
Select a job that you want to forward with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
You cannot forward the received fax documents in the following
conditions.
• In the middle of a receiving operation
• In the middle of a normal printing operation after completion of
receiving
1
2
] or [
], and then press
Details
<Delete>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
Status: Waiting to...
6
Specify the forwarding destination.
You can specify the destination only with one-touch keys or coded
dial codes.
"Specifying Destinations" (→P.6-4)
CANON 012XXXXXX
GroupA 2 Destin...
User01 012xxxxx...
All
7
Press [
A-Z
] (B & W).
Select <Fax Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [ ],
Select <Forwarding Error Status> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
Fax Job Status/History
Send Job Status
Receive Job Status
Job History
Forwarding Error Stat
4
],
Using the Fax Functions
3
Select <Forward> with [
[OK].
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Histo
Print Job Status/Hi...
Fax Receive Job Status
12:52AM Receiving
12:54AM Waiting:RX
5
Press [
Select a job to be forwarded, printed, or deleted
with [ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
Fax Forwarding Errors
12:52AM OK
12:54AM Failed #018
The detailed information is displayed.
Details
<Delete>
<Print>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
For forwarding
(1) Select <Forward> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Details
<Delete>
<Print>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
6-15
(2) Specify the forwarding destination.
You can specify the destination only by one-touch keys or
coded dial codes.
"Specifying Destinations" (→P.6-4)
CANON 012XXXXXX
GroupA 2 Destin...
User01 012xxxxx...
All
(3) Press [
A-Z
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
For printing
(1) Select <Print> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Details
<Delete>
<Print>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
(2) Select <Yes> with [ ], and then press [OK].
Print?
Yes
(3) Press [
No
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
Using the Fax Functions
For deleting
(1) Select <Delete> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Details
<Delete>
<Print>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
(2) Select <Yes> with [ ], and then press [OK].
The job will be deleted.
Delete?
Yes
(3) Press [
6-16
No
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
Checking/Handling Fax Documents in Memory
The detailed information is displayed.
You can check the status of or handle fax documents in
memory.
Details
<Cancel>
Job Number: 0004
Status: Sending
Time: 01/01 12:52AM
Checking/Canceling Fax Transmission
Documents
You can check the details of fax documents currently being
sent or waiting to be sent. You can also delete unnecessary
documents.
For canceling
(1) Select <Cancel> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
Details
<Cancel>
Job Number: 0004
Status: Sending
Time: 01/01 12:52AM
Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
The sending job is canceled. Fax transmission to all the
destinations will be canceled for sequential broadcast.
(2) Select <Yes> with [
], and then press [OK].
Cancel?
1
2
Press [
Yes
(3) Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Select <Fax Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [ ],
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Histo
Print Job Status/Hi...
No
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
For checking only
Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
Printing Received Fax Documents
You can print fax documents saved in the memory.
Using the Fax Functions
OK
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When printing received documents
3
Select <Send Job Status> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
• You cannot choose and print a received document. All the fax
documents saved in the memory are to be printed.
• The preview function for received documents is not provided.
], and
If time is specified in <Memory Lock Time>
Fax Job Status/History
Send Job Status
Receive Job Status
Job History
Forwarding Error Sta...
Fax documents are printed automatically at <Memory Lock End
Time>.
--------------------------------------------Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
4
Select a job to be checked or canceled with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
Log In/Out
] or
Send Fax Job Status
12:52AM Sending
12:54AM Waiting:Scan
OK
1
Press [
] (Menu).
6-17
2
Select <System Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
Checking/Deleting Received Fax Documents
], and
You can check detailed information about fax documents
saved in memory. You can also delete unnecessary documents.
Menu
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
System Settings
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Stored documents in memory
You can specify the destination to forward the documents.
"Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory to Other
Destinations (Manual Forwarding)" (→P.6-14)
You can print stored documents.
"Printing Received Fax Documents" (→P.6-17)
When the system manager ID and system manager PIN are
specified
Use the numeric keys to enter the ID and number, and then press
[
] (ID).
---------------------------------------------
Sys. Manager ID/PIN
Login: Press ID
Logout: Press ID
Manager ID: 0123456
PIN: *******
3
Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
Select <Communications Settings> with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
Using the Fax Functions
System Settings
Device Information
Dept. ID Management
Network Settings
Communications Setti
4
OK
Select <Memory Lock Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
If <Memory Lock PIN> is specified, use the numeric keys to enter it,
and then press [OK].
1
2
Communication Settings
Fax Settings
Memory Lock Settings
Select Country/Region
5
Select <Off> with [
] or [
], and then press [OK].
3
Select <Fax Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Select <Receive Job Status> with [
then press [OK].
4
] or [
],
], and
Select a job to be checked or deleted with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
Fax Receive Job Status
12:52AM Receiving
12:54AM Waiting:RX
6-18
] or [
Fax Job Status/History
Send Job Status
Receive Job Status
Job History
Forwarding Error Sta...
Fax documents saved in the memory are printed.
Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Histo
Print Job Status/Hi...
Memory Lock Settings
Off
On
6
Press [
] or
3
The detailed information is displayed.
Details
<Delete>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
Status: Receiving
] or [
4
], and then press [OK].
5
No
], and
Select an item to be checked with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
Checking the History of Received/Sent Fax
Documents
6
You can check the history of received or sent documents.
Keys to be used for this operation
Status Monitor/Cancel
Press [
screen.
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the
Using the Fax Functions
Details
Job Numbe: 0004
Result: Failed #018
Started: 01/01 12:5...
Duration: 00'00
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
For checking only
Press [
] or [
Fax History
02:07AM Failed #018
11:19PM Failed #018
00:00AM Failed #099
The received job is deleted.
(3) Press [
Select a job to be checked with [
then press [OK].
The detailed information is displayed.
Delete?
Yes
], and then
], and then press [OK].
Details
<Delete>
<Forward>
Job Number: 0004
Status: Receiving
(2) Select <Yes> with [
] or [
Fax Job Status/History
Send Job Status
Receive Job Status
Job History
Forwarding Error Sta...
For deleting
(1) Select <Delete> with [
Select <Job History> with [
press [OK].
OK
1
2
Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
Select <Fax Job Status/History> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Histo
Print Job Status/Hi...
6-19
Changing the Default Values for Fax
The default values for fax are those functions which are applied
automatically when [
] (Reset) is pressed or the power is
turned ON. You can change the default values to suit your
needs.
You can register the following types of settings as the default
values.
• Resolution
• Density
• Sharpness
Keys to be used for this operation
5
] or [
], and
Send Settings
Register Username
Change Defaults
Sender ID
6
Menu
Select <Change Defaults> with [
then press [OK].
Select a setting item with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
• Resolution/Density/Sharpness
For details on settings, see "Fax Settings" (→P.6-3).
Change Defaults
<Apply>
Resolution: 200 x 100
Density: +- 0
Sharpness: +- 0
Using the Fax Functions
7
OK
1
2
Press [
] or [
],
Menu
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settin...
Send/Receive Setting
3
8
Select <Common Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Send/Receive Settings
Common Settings
Fax Settings
4
Select <Send Settings> with [
press [OK].
Common Settings
Send Settings
Receive Settings
6-20
Change Defaults
<Apply>
Resolution: 200 x 100
Density: +- 0
Sharpness: +- 0
] (Menu).
Select <Send/Receive Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
], and then
After specifying the setting, select <Apply> with
[ ] or [ ], and then press [OK].
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Changing the Fax Settings (Items Specified Using the [Menu] Button)
Change the settings for sending and receiving faxes.
For details on the procedure for setting specifications or the
setting items, see the next items.
"Setting procedure for Sending" (→P.6-21)
"Setting Items for the Send Settings" (→P.6-21)
"Setting Procedure for Receiving" (→P.6-23)
"Setting Items for the Receive Settings" (→P.6-24)
"System settings procedure" (→P.6-25)
"Setting Items for the System Settings" (→P.6-26)
Setting procedure for Sending
4
Select <Send Settings> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
] or [
], and then
Fax Settings
Basic Settings
Send Settings
Receive Settings
Fax Setup Guide
5
Specify the settings for sending using the following procedure.
This section describes the procedure for changing the setting
for "ECM Sending" as an example.
Select <ECM Sending> with [
press [OK].
Send Settings
ECM Sending
Pause Time
Auto Redial
Check Dial Tone Befo...
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
6
Select <Off> or <On> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
OK
1
2
* When <Apply> appears in the screen, you need to select <Apply>
and press [OK] after specifying the setting.
Press [
] (Menu).
7
Select <Send/Receive Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
Menu
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settin...
Send/Receive Setting
3
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
The setting is complete.
Using the Fax Functions
ECM Sending
Off
On
Setting Items for the Send Settings
The send settings include the following items.
Send/Receive Settings
"Register Username" (→P.6-22)
Common
Settings
Send Settings
"Change Defaults" (→P.6-22)
"Sender ID" (→P.6-22)
Select <Fax Settings> with [
press [OK].
Send/Receive Settings
Common Settings
Fax Settings
] or [
], and then
"Fax No." (→P.6-22)
Basic Settings
"Select Line Type" (→P.6-22)
"Offhook Alarm" (→P.6-22)
"ECM Sending" (→P.6-22)
Fax Settings
"Pause Time" (→P.6-23)
Send Settings
"Auto Redial" (→P.6-23)
"Check Dial Tone Before Sending" (→P.6-23)
6-21
Register Username
Your name or company's name must be registered as the
machine's name.
When you send a document, the name that you registered is
printed as the sender's name on the recipient's paper.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Send Settings> → <Register Username>
Settings
You can enter characters (up to 24 characters).
"Text Input Method" (→P.1-10)
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How to use a username
When you send a document, the sender information that you
registered is printed on the recipient's paper.
Page Number/
Total Number of Pages
Fax/Telephone Number
(FAX No.)
Sending Time/Date
2010 01/01 02:07
Sender Name
(User name)
Job Number
CANON
#0001
123XXXXXXX
P.001/006
--------------------------------------------Change Defaults
Using the Fax Functions
You can change the settings for when turning the power ON or
pressing [
] (Reset).
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Send Settings> → <Change Defaults>
Settings
For details on the settings, see the following item.
"Changing the Default Values for Fax" (→P.6-20)
Sender ID
You can specify whether the sender ID is added to a document
to be sent.
The sender ID is printed on the top of the sent document.
Information such as your fax number and name is printed,
enabling the recipient to know who sent the document.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Send Settings> → <Sender ID>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
On
Select Line Type
Change the setting if you cannot send faxes.
If you are not sure about your telephone line type, contact your
local telephone company.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Basic
Settings> → <Select Line Type>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Dial 10 PPS
Specify when you are using a dial-line.
Tone
Specify when you are using a tone-line.
Offhook Alarm
Specifies whether the machine makes an alarm sound when
the telephone handset is off the hook.
You can also set the volume of the alarm sound.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Basic
Settings> → <Offhook Alarm>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
On
Does not make an alarm sound.
Offhook Alarm Volume:
1 to 3
Makes an alarm sound at the specified
volume.
ECM Sending
The ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a function for detecting
and correcting errors during fax communication. Using the
ECM function can diminish send errors even with a difficult
telephone line.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Check the settings for the recipient's machine also.
The ECM function is available only when the setting for the machine
and recipient's machine are enabled.
Even if the ECM function is enabled
An error may occur due to the telephone line.
When the ECM function is enabled
It may take time to send documents if a problem occurs with the
telephone line.
--------------------------------------------The sender ID is not added.
Print Location:
On Image, Above Image
Select the location where the sender ID
is printed.
Mark No. as TEL/FAX:
FAX, TEL
Select a character to be added in front
of a telephone number.
Fax No.
Register your machine's fax number.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Basic
Settings> → <Fax No.>
6-22
Settings
You can enter numbers with the numeric keys (up to 20
characters).
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Send
Settings> → <ECM Sending>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Does not use the ECM function.
On
Uses the ECM function.
Setting Procedure for Receiving
Specify the settings for receiving using the following procedure.
This section describes the procedure for changing the setting
for "ECM Receiving" as an example.
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
Pause Time
Specify the number of seconds for a pause when [
] (Pause)
is pressed.
For deatails on adding pauses, see "Sending a Fax Abroad
(Adding Pauses)" (→P.6-8)
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Send
Settings> → <Pause Time>
OK
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
1
2
1 to 2 to 15 (seconds)
Auto Redial
On
3
Does not redial automatically.
When redialing manually, see "Redialing
(Manual Redialing)" (→P.6-6).
Off
Redial Times:
1 to 2 to15 (times)
Specifies the number of times for
redialing.
Redial Interval:
2 to 99 (minutes)
Specifies the interval for redialing.
Redial If Error Occurs:
Off, On
Specifies whether or not to redial when a
sending error occurs.
4
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Send
Settings> → <Check Dial Tone Before Sending>
Does not check the dial tone.
On
Dials after checking the dial tone.
],
Select <Fax Settings> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Select <Receive Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Fax Settings
Basic Settings
Send Settings
Receive Settings
Fax Setup Guide
When sending a fax, you can specify whether or not to dial
after checking the dial tone.
Off
] or [
Send/Receive Settings
Common Settings
Fax Settings
Check Dial Tone Before Sending
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Select <Send/Receive Settings> with [
and then press [OK].
Menu
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settin...
Send/Receive Setting
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> → <Send
Settings> → <Auto Redial>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
] (Menu).
Using the Fax Functions
Automatic redialing enables the machine to automatically
redial the recipient's fax number if the recipient cannot be
reached due to a busy line, or if a sending error occurs.
You can set the number of times and the intervals for redialing.
Press [
5
Select <ECM Receiving> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Receive Settings
ECM Receiving
Incoming Ring
Remote Receiving
Manual/Auto Switch
6-23
6
Select <Off> or <On> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
ECM Receiving
Off
On
On
* When <Apply> appears in the screen, you need to select <Apply>
and press [OK] after specifying the setting.
7
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Does not reduce the image size.
Reduction Mode:
Auto, Preset
<Auto>: Reduces the image size by
automatically adjusting the reduction ratio.
<Preset>: Reduces the image size at a ratio
specified in <Reduction Ratio>.
Reduction Ratio:
97%, 95%, 90%, 75%
Specify a reduction ratio for when
<Reduction Mode> is set to <Preset>.
Reduction Direction:
Vertical/Horizontal,
Vertical
<Vertical/Horizontal>: Reduces the image
size in vertical/horizontal direction.
<Vertical>: Reduces the image size only in
vertical direction.
The setting is complete.
Setting Items for the Receive Settings
The receive settings include the following items.
Send/Receive Settings
"2-Sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)" (→
P.6-24)
Common
Settings
Receive
Settings
Fax Settings
Receive
Settings
"Receive Data Reduction" (→P.6-24)
"Received Page Footer" (→P.6-24)
"Continue Printing When Toner Is Low" (→
P.6-24)
Using the Fax Functions
"ECM Receiving" (→P.6-24)
"Incoming Ring" (→P.6-25)
"Remote Receiving" (→P.6-25)
"Manual/Auto Switch" (→P.6-25)
Received Page Footer
You can specify whether to print a received date, day of the
week, time, number, and page number at the bottom of
documents when printing received documents.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <Received Page Footer>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Prints the documents without the receive information.
On
Prints the documents with the receive information.
Continue Printing When Toner Is Low
2-Sided Printing (MF8350Cdn Only)
You can save paper by printing received documents on both
sides of the paper.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <2-Sided Printing>
You can specify whether printing of a document being
received is continued when a toner cartridge needs to be
replaced soon.
IMPORTANT
When <Continue Printing When Toner Is Low> is set to <On>
The printed documents may be light or blurred. However, the data is
erased when the documents are printed out, so you cannot print the
same documents again.
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Does not print on both sides of paper.
On
Prints on both sides of paper.
Receive Data Reduction
You can reduce the size of images on received documents to
match loaded paper or at a specified ratio.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <Receive Data Reduction>
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Common Settings>
→ <Receive Settings> → <Continue Printing When Toner Is
Low>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
The machine stops printing.
On
The machine continues printing.
ECM Receiving
The ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a function for detecting
and correcting errors during fax communication. Using the
ECM function can diminish receive errors even with a difficult
telephone line.
6-24
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Check the settings for the recipient's machine also
The ECM function is available only when the setting for the machine
and recipient's machine are enabled.
Even if the ECM function is enabled
An error may occur due to the telephone line.
When the ECM function is enabled
It may take time to receive documents if a problem occurs with the
telephone line.
--------------------------------------------How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <ECM Receiving>
Manual/Auto Switch
You can configure the machine so that it starts receiving
documents after ringing for a certain time when <Receive
Mode> is set to <Manual>.
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <Manual/Auto Switch>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
On
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Does not use the ECM function.
On
Uses the ECM function.
Incoming Ring
You can specify whether an incoming call for the external
telephone rings when <Receive Mode> is set to <Auto> or
<Fax/Tel>.
You can also specify the number of ringing times.
Does not receive documents
automatically.
Off
Incoming Ring Time: 1 to 15
to 99 (seconds)
Starts receiving when the time
specified in <Incoming Ring Time> has
elapsed.
System settings procedure
Specify the system settings using the following procedure.
This section describes the procedure for changing the setting
for [Send Start Speed] as an example.
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
Using the Fax Functions
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <Incoming Ring>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
On
The telephone does not ring.
Ring Times: 1 to 2 to 99
(times)
The telephone rings.
You can specify the number of ringing
times in <Ring Times>.
Remote Receiving
If an external telephone is connected, you can switch to the
fax receiving mode immediately by dialing the ID number for
fax receiving using the dial buttons of the telephone during a
phone call.
OK
1
2
How to display the settings
[
] → <Send/Receive Settings> → <Fax Settings> →
<Receive Settings> → <Remote Receiving>
On
] (Menu).
Select <System Settings> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Menu
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
System Settings
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Press [
Disables the remote receiving function.
Remote Receive ID:
00 to 25 to 99
(times)
Enables the remote receiving function.
You can specify an ID number for fax receiving in
<Remote Receive ID>.
3
Select <Communications Settings> with [
[ ], and then press [OK].
] or
System Settings
Device Information
Dept. ID Management
Network Settings
Communications Setti
6-25
4
Select <Fax Settings> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Send Start Speed
This function changes the send start speed, which is useful
when there is difficulty initiating the sending of a document.
Communication Settings
Fax Settings
Memory Lock Settings
Select Country/Region
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Communications Settings>
→ <Fax Settings> → <Send Start Speed>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
5
Select <Send Start Speed> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Fax Settings
Send Start Speed
Receive Start Speed
6
Receive Start Speed
This function changes the receive start speed, which is useful
when there is difficulty initiating the receiving of a document.
Select the send start speed with [
then press [OK].
] or [
], and
Using the Fax Functions
Send Start Speed
33600 bps
14400 bps
9600 bps
7200 bps
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
The setting is complete.
The system settings for sending or receiving faxes include the
following items.
System Settings
"Send Start Speed" (→
P.6-26)
Fax Settings
"Address Book PIN" (→
P.6-27)
"Restrict New
Destinations" (→P.6-27)
Restrict Sending
"Allow Driver Faxing" (→
P.6-27)
"Restrict Sending from
History" (→P.6-27)
"Fax No. Confirmation
Re-Entry" (→P.6-27)
"Restrict Sequential
Broadcast" (→P.6-27)
6-26
"Receive Start Speed" (→
P.6-26)
"Select Country/Region"
(→P.6-26)
"Memory Lock Settings"
(→P.6-26)
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Select Country/Region
Specify a country or region where the machine is to be used.
IMPORTANT
After configuration
Setting Items for the System Settings
Communications
Settings
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Communications Settings>
→ <Fax Settings> → <Receive Start Speed>
33600 bps, 14400 bps,
9600 bps, 7200 bps,
4800 bps, 2400 bps
* When <Apply> appears in the screen, you need to select <Apply>
and press [OK] after specifying the setting.
7
33600 bps, 14400 bps,
9600 bps, 7200 bps,
4800 bps, 2400 bps
Restart the machine to activate the settings.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Communications Settings>
→ <Fax Settings> → <Select Country/Region>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
UnitedStates (US), Canada (CA),
Brazil (BR), Mexico (MX), Other
Memory Lock Settings
Received documents are normally printed immediately.
However, you can store the documents temporarily in memory
without printing. You can print the stored documents at any
time. If you do not need them, you can delete them, saving
paper to be used.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Communications Settings>
→ <Memory Lock Settings>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
On
Does not use the Memory Lock mode.
Memory Lock PIN:
Seven-digit
number
If you set a PIN, it will be necessary to enter the
PIN whenever you want to change the Memory
Lock mode settings, or cancel the Memory Lock
mode.
Print Report:
Off, On
You can specify whether or not to print the
receive results when receiving a fax.
You need to set also "Receive Results" to <On>.
Memory Lock Time:
Do Not Set, Set
If you specify <Set>, documents are received in
the memory only within a specified time.
Enter <Memory Lock Start Time> and <Memory
Lock End Time> respectively.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Memory Lock PIN
• If you do not want to set the PIN, press [OK] without entering any
numbers.
• You cannot register consecutive digits that consist of only "0" as a
PIN, such as <0000000>.
• If you register a number that starts from <0>, the PIN changes as
follows.
Example: When you enter <02> or <002>, the PIN is specified as
<0000002>.
You can specify a PIN for the address book.
When you specify a PIN, you need to enter the registered PIN
before registering, editing, or deleting a destination.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> →
<Address Book PIN>
Settings
Enter a 7-digit number.
Pressing [OK] without entering a number lifts the PIN
restriction.
Restrict New Destinations
Restrict the destinations that can be specified to alreadyregistered one-touch keys or coded dial codes. You cannot
perform the following operations if you activate the restriction
function.
• Specifying the destination using the numeric keys
• Registering new destinations to the address book/onetouch keys/coded dial codes
• Changing destinations which are registered in the address
book/one-touch keys/coded dial codes
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> → <Restrict
New Destinations>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Does not perform restriction.
On
Performs restriction. Specifies destinations registered under the onetouch keys and coded dial codes.
You can specify whether to permit sending of faxes from
computer using the fax driver.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> → <Allow
Driver Faxing>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
A fax cannot be sent from the fax driver.
On
A fax can be sent from the fax driver.
Restrict Sending from History
You can specify whether or not to restrict sending from a
history.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> → <Restrict
Sending from History>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Sending from a history is permitted.
On
Sending from a history is not permitted.
Fax No. Confirmation Re-Entry
You can specify whether or not to display the screen for
reentering the fax number when you are setting a send
destination for a fax. You can confirm the destination is
specified correctly by entering a fax number twice before
sending a document.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> → <Fax No.
Confirmation Re-Entry>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Does not display the re-entry screen.
On
Displays the re-entry screen.
Using the Fax Functions
--------------------------------------------Address Book PIN
Allow Driver Faxing
Restrict Sequential Broadcast
You can specify the restriction when sending a fax to multiple
recipients.
How to display the settings
[
] → <System Settings> → <Restrict Sending> → <Restrict
Sequential Broadcast>
Settings
(Boldface: Default settings)
Off
Allows you to send a fax to multiple recipients.
Confirm
Sequential
Broadcast
Displays a confirmation screen when you send a fax to
multiple recipients.
Reject Sequential
Broadcast
Does not allow you to send a fax to multiple recipients.
6-27
Using the Fax Functions
6-28
Chapter
7
Using the Scan Functions
The documents scanned by the machine can be stored in a computer or a USB memory.
* If you are a Macintosh user, see the Scanner Driver Guide.
Basic Operation Methods for Scanning
7-2
Scanning Documents and Saving Them in a Computer (USB &
Network Connection)
7-2
Saving Scanned Documents in a USB Memory
7-3
7-1
Basic Operation Methods for Scanning
Scanning Documents and Saving Them in a
Computer (USB & Network Connection)
• If eleven or more computers are connected via a network
The eleventh and subsequent computers are not displayed (you
cannot scan).
Reduce the number of computers connected to this machine
via a network.
e-Manual → Scan → Scanning Documents and Saving
Them in a Computer (USB & Network Connection) →
Registering the Scanner in MF Network Scan Utility (Network
Connection Only)
* You can change the names for the displayed computers.
e-Manual → Scan → Scanning Documents and Saving Them
in a Computer (USB & Network Connection) → Using the MF
Toolbox
You can scan a document using the keys on the operation
panel.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - To scan documents by operating a computer
See "Scan" in the e-Manual.
--------------------------------------------Keys to be used for this operation
SCAN
Specify destination.
EXAMPLE1
EXAMPLE2
5
The scanner settings are specified by default as follows.
OK
Using the Scan Functions
1
Place documents on the platen glass or load them
in the feeder.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Scanning from the platen glass
Scan Mode
Resolution
File Type
PDF Settings
Scan-1
Color
300 dpi
PDF
Searchable/
High
Scan-2
Color
300 dpi
JPEG
-
Scan-3
Black and
White
300 dpi
TIFF
-
Scan-4
Color
300 dpi
PDF
Searchable/
Standard
You cannot scan multiple documents from the platen glass.
---------------------------------------------
2
3
Press [
].
Select <Computer> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Computer
Remote Scanner
Memory Media
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About <Fax (New)>
Select <Fax (New)> in the above screen, and then press [OK]. The fax
sending screen appears. (This is the same state as where [FAX] on the
operation panel is pressed.)
---------------------------------------------
4
Specify a destination with [
then press [OK].
Specify destination.
Scan: Press OK
Color:Scan-1 Compa
Color:Scan-2 JPEG
B&W:Scan-3 TIFF
Scanning operation starts, and the scan mode screen reappears
after saving the data.
Select the scan type.
] or [
], and
• When multiple computers are connected
The computer connected by a USB cable is listed on the top.
• When a computer is connected by a USB cable
This screen is not displayed.
7-2
Specify the scanner settings (any of <Scan-1> to
] or [
], and then press
<Scan-4>) with [
[OK].
?
------------------------------------------
Keys to be used for this operation
SCAN
If you cannot scan
You cannot scan when the setting screen of the MF Toolbox is
displayed.
Click [
] to close the setting screen before scanning.
OK
1
---------------------------------------------
Start
Connect the USB memory to the USB memory
port.
When the USB memory is connected, the access indicator turns
on. When the access indicator is blinking, the memory media is
being read or in other processes. Do not touch the USB memory
and the surroundings of the USB memory port.
The location to save the scanned images
The folder where the images are saved opens automatically
after scanning.
By default, the folder for the date when you scanned
the data is created in the [My Pictures] folder in [My
Documents]. (For Windows Vista/7, the folder is created in
the [Pictures] folder.)
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - To change the scanner settings
2
Place documents on the platen glass or load them
in the feeder.
"Placing Documents" (→P.2-4)
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Scanning from the platen glass
You cannot scan multiple documents from the platen glass.
---------------------------------------------
3
4
Press [
].
Select <Memory Media> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
Using the Scan Functions
You can change the settings for the location to save, the file format,
or the resolution from a computer. For more details, see "Scan" in the
e-Manual.
], and
Select the scan type.
---------------------------------------------
Saving Scanned Documents in a USB Memory
You can save scanned documents in a USB memory connected
to the machine.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Available USB memory and the file type of data
Connect the USB memory formatted in FAT to the machine directly.
Only PDF is supported as the file type to save. For more details, see
"Scan" in the e-Manual.
Computer
Remote Scanner
Memory Media
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About <Fax (New)>
Select <Fax (New)> in the above screen, and then press [OK]. The fax
sending screen appears. (This is the same state as where [FAX] on the
operation panel is pressed.)
---------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------
7-3
5
Specify the scan settings depending on the types
of documents or use.
The following settings can be changed.
For details on each item, see "Scan" in the e-Manual.
• Scanning size
• Density
• Original orientation
• Original type
• Sharpness
• Data Size (Color Only)
The settings specified here are effective only for the current
operation.
To make the settings effective for all the transmitting operations to
a USB memory, see "Scan" in the e-Manual.
6
Press [
] (Color) or [
] (B&W).
For Color Scan
Press [
] (Color).
For Black and White Scan
Press [
] (B&W).
When removing a USB memory
(1) Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel).
(2) Select <Device Status> with [
press [OK].
] or [
], and then
Status Monitor/Cancel
Device Status
Copy Job Status
Fax Job Status/Hist...
Print Job Status/Hi...
(3) Select <Remove Memory Media> with [
and then press [OK].
] or [
],
Device Status
Paper Information
Toner Gauge
Remove Memory Media
Check Counter
(4) Remove the USB memory.
Scanning operation starts. The scanned data is sent to the USB
memory when scanning is complete.
Names of the folders and files where data is saved
Using the Scan Functions
7-4
Folder name
The "SCAN_00" folder is created in the uppermost hierarchy
(root directory) in the USB memory, and the file is saved in
this folder.
When the "SCAN_00" folder is full, the "SCAN_01" folder is
created, and folders (up to "SCAN_99") will be created in
order.
File name
A file name between "SCAN0000.PDF" and "SCAN9999.PDF"
is provided.
The two-digit number of the folder is provided in the fifth
and sixth characters from the left.
Up to 100 files can be saved in a folder.
(5) Press [
] (Status Monitor/Cancel) to close the screen.
Chapter
8
Maintenance
This section describes the maintenance of this machine, replacement of the toner cartridges, and so
on.
Cleaning the Machine
8-2
Cleaning the Exterior
8-2
Cleaning the Fixing Unit
8-2
Cleaning the ITB
8-3
Cleaning the Platen Glass
8-3
Cleaning the Feeder Automatically
8-4
Replacing Toner Cartridges
8-5
About the Supplied Toner Cartridge
8-5
About Replacement Toner Cartridges
8-5
Handling Toner Cartridges
8-6
Checking the Toner Level
8-6
When a Message Appears
8-7
Replacing Toner Cartridges
8-7
Precautions when Replacing Toner Cartridges
Purchase Consumables
Recycling Used Cartridges
8-8
8-9
8-10
The Clean Earth Campaign
8-10
U.S.A. PROGRAM
8-10
Packaging
8-10
Shipping
8-11
CANADA PROGRAM-CANADA PROGRAMME
Transporting the Machine
Precautions when Transporting the Machine
8-12
8-13
8-14
8-1
Cleaning the Machine
Before cleaning the machine, check the following.
• Make sure that no jobs are stored in memory, then turn OFF
the main power switch and disconnect the power cord.
• Use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the machine.
• Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials
for cleaning. They can stick to the components or generate
static charges.
Cleaning the Fixing Unit
In the following cases, the fixing unit may be dirty. Clean the
fixing unit.
• When black streaks appear on the printed paper
• When a toner cartridge is replaced
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
CAUTION
Never use volatile liquids such as thinner, benzene, acetone, or any
other chemical cleaner to clean the machine. These can damage the
machine components.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sending or receiving faxes
When the power plug is unplugged, the machine cannot send or
receive faxes.
When there is data that is waiting for printing
OK
The data is deleted when you turn OFF the main power switch.
Data received in memory, reserve sending data, etc.
They can be kept for approximately 5 minutes after the power plug is
unplugged. To check jobs stored in memory, see the following.
"Checking/Handling Fax Documents in Memory" (→P.6-17)
---------------------------------------------
1
2
Cleaning the Exterior
Maintenance
Turn OFF the main power switch and disconnect
the power cord.
2
Clean the exterior of the machine with a soft, well
wrung out cloth dampened with water or mild
detergent diluted with water.
] (Menu).
Press [ ] or [ ] to select <Adjustment/
Cleaning>, and then press [OK].
Menu
Send/Receive Settin...
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
Clean the exterior of the machine and ventilation slots.
1
Press [
3
Press [ ] or [ ] to select <Clean Fixing Unit>,
and then press [OK].
Adjustment/Cleaning
Correct Print Color...
Black Text Processi...
Special Processing
Clean Fixing Unit
4
3
Make sure that paper is loaded, and then press
[OK].
Load the paper indicated in the display.
Cleaning starts. It takes approx. 68 seconds for MF8350Cdn and
approx. 74 seconds for MF8050Cn.
When the printer is completely dry, connect the
power cord, and then turn ON the power.
Clean Fixing Unit
Load A4 or LTR paper.
Start
* It is recommended that you use plain paper to clean the fixing
unit.
8-2
------------------------------------------
5
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
If cleaning does not start
When there are jobs stored in the memory, this function is not
available.
---------------------------------------------
5
Press [
Cleaning the Platen Glass
Follow this procedure to clean the platen glass and under
surface of the feeder.
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Cleaning the ITB
WARNING
When cleaning the outside of the machine
If dirt sticks to the transfer belt and results in a deterioration in
print quality, clean the transfer belt inside the machine.
Turn OFF the main power switch and disconnect the power cord from
the AC power outlet. Failure to do so can result in a fire or electrical
shock.
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
CAUTION
When closing the feeder
Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
1
Open the feeder.
OK
1
2
Press [
] (Menu).
Press [ ] or [ ] to select <Adjustment/
Cleaning>, and then press [OK].
3
Press [ ] or [
press [OK].
2
Clean the platen glass and the under surface of
the feeder.
(1) Clean the areas with a cloth dampened with water.
(2) Wipe the areas with a soft, dry cloth.
Maintenance
Menu
Send/Receive Settin...
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
] to select <Clean ITB>, and then
Adjustment/Cleaning
Black Text Processi...
Special Processing
Clean Fixing Unit
Clean ITB
4
Press [OK].
3
Close the feeder.
Cleaning starts. It takes approx. 51 seconds for MF8350Cdn and
approx. 83 seconds for MF8050Cn.
Clean ITB
Start
8-3
Cleaning the Feeder Automatically
4
If copies have streaks or if the original documents are dirtied
after using the feeder, this may be caused by pencil lead
rubbing off the documents and onto the roller. Clean the roller
using blank paper.
Load 10 sheets of A4 or Letter size plain paper in
the feeder, and then press [OK].
Cleaning starts. It takes approximately 65 seconds.
Clean Feeder
Load 10 sheets of A4
or LTR in feeder.
Start
Keys to be used for this operation
Menu
OK
1
2
5
Press [
] (Menu).
Press [ ] or [ ] to select <Adjustment/
Cleaning>, and then press [OK].
Menu
Send/Receive Settin...
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Adjustment/Cleaning
Maintenance
8-4
3
Press [ ] or [ ] to select <Clean Feeder>, and
then press [OK].
Adjustment/Cleaning
Special Processing
Clean Fixing Unit
Clean ITB
Clean Feeder
Press [
] (Menu) to close the menu screen.
Replacing Toner Cartridges
•
•
•
•
About the Supplied Toner Cartridge
About Replacement Toner Cartridges
Handling Toner Cartridges
Checking the Toner Level
* The yields of the toner cartridges included in this machine
differ from those of replacement toner cartridges.
About the Supplied Toner Cartridge
The average yield of the included toner cartridges is as follows.
MF8350Cdn
• Average yield of K (Black) toner cartridge*1*2: 1,200 sheets
• Average yield of Composite C (Cyan), M (Magenta), and Y (Yellow)
toner cartridges*1*2: 1,400 sheets
MF8050Cn
• Average yield of K (Black) toner cartridge*1*2: 800 sheets
• Average yield of Composite C (Cyan), M (Magenta), and Y (Yellow)
toner cartridges*1*2: 800 sheets
*1
The average yield is on the basis of "ISO/IEC 19798"* when printing A4 size paper
with the default print density setting.
* "ISO/IEC 19798" is the global standard related to "Method for the
determination of toner cartridge yield for color printers and multifunction devices that contain printer components" issued by ISO
(International Organization for Standardization).
*2
The life of the toner cartridges is affected by the following conditions.
Spaced printing
Paper size and paper type settings
Printing ratio
Toner is used even when printing with a low printing ratio.
Color printing
Multiple color toner cartridges may reach the end of their
life at the same time.
The machine
configuration
Black and white printing may affect the life of the color
toner cartridges.
About Replacement Toner Cartridges
Purchase the toner cartridges at your local authorized Canon
dealer.
Replace the toner cartridges according to the description in
the following charts. However, you may need to replace the
toner cartridge earlier than the described life time depending
on installation environment of the machine, the printing paper
size, or the document type.
* "ISO/IEC 19798" is the global standard related to "Method for the
determination of toner cartridge yield for color printers and multifunction devices that contain printer components" issued by ISO
(International Organization for Standardization).
*2
The life of the toner cartridges is affected by the following conditions.
Printing
environment/
conditions
Spaced printing
Paper size and paper type settings
Printing ratio
Toner is used even when printing with a low printing ratio.
Color printing
Multiple color toner cartridges may reach the end of their
life at the same time.
The machine
configuration
Black and white printing may affect the life of the color
toner cartridges.
IMPORTANT
About Replacement Toner Cartridges
For optimum print quality, replacing the toner cartridges with Canon
genuine ones is recommended.
Model name
Supported Canon genuine toner cartridge
MF8350Cdn
Canon Cartridge 118 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 118 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 118 Cyan
Canon Cartridge 118 Black
MF8050Cn
Canon Cartridge 116 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 116 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 116 Cyan
Canon Cartridge 116 Black
Maintenance
Printing
environment/
conditions
This section describes the procedure for replacing toner
cartridges.
MF8350Cdn
Toner cartridges
Target for replacing toner cartridges
Canon Cartridge 118 Black
Average yield of K (Black) toner cartridge *1*2 : 3,400
sheets
Canon Cartridge 118 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 118 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 118 Cyan
Average yield of Composite Y (Yellow), M (Magenta),
and C (Cyan) toner cartridges *1*2 : 2,900 sheets
MF8050Cn
Toner cartridges
Target for replacing toner cartridges
Canon Cartridge 116 Black
Average yield of K (Black) toner cartridge *1*2 : 2,300
sheets
Canon Cartridge 116 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 116 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 116 Cyan
Average yield of Composite Y (Yellow), M (Magenta),
and C (Cyan) toner cartridges *1*2 : 1,500 sheets
*1
The average yield is on the basis of "ISO/IEC 19798"* when printing A4 size paper
with the default print density setting.
8-5
Handling Toner Cartridges
Checking the Toner Level
Note the following when handling the toner cartridge.
Keys to be used for this operation
CAUTION
Reset
Toner Gauge
Do not place the toner cartridge in fire.
This may cause toner remaining inside the cartridge to ignite and
result in burns.
If toner leaks from the toner cartridge
Be careful not to inhale the toner or allow it to come into direct
contact with your skin. If the toner comes into contact with your skin,
wash with soap. If the skin becomes irritated or you inhale the toner,
consult a physician immediately.
When removing a toner cartridge
Make sure to remove it carefully. If not removed with care, the toner
powder may scatter and come in contact with your eyes and mouth. If
toner gets into your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with cold
water and consult a physician.
1
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Displaying the toner level
The toner level is displayed in three stages.
• <OK>
• <Low>
The message <Prepare <Toner Color>* toner cartridge.> appears in
the display.
• <Empty>
The message <Replace <Toner Color>* toner cartridge.> appears in
the display.
* Black, yellow, magenta, or cyan will appear in <Toner Color>.
(More than one color may appear.)
For details on the solution, see "Troubleshooting" in the
e-Manual.
* Even if <OK> or <Low> is displayed, the message <Check <Toner
Color>* toner cartridge.> may appear in the display.
Do not disassemble the toner cartridge
The toner may scatter and get into your eyes or mouth. If toner gets
into your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
IMPORTANT
Handling toner cartridges
Maintenance
• Keep the toner cartridge away from computer screens, disk drives,
and floppy disks. They may be damaged by magnet which is in
inside of the toner cartridge.
• Avoid locations subject to high temperature, high humidity, or
rapid changes in temperature.
• Do not expose the toner cartridge to direct sunlight or bright light
for more than five minutes.
• Store the toner cartridge in its protective bag. Do not open the bag
until you are ready to install the toner cartridge in the machine.
• Keep the protective bag for the toner cartridge. They are required
when transporting the machine such as during relocation.
• Do not store the toner cartridge in a salty atmosphere or where
there are corrosive gases such as from aerosol sprays.
• Do not remove the toner cartridge from the machine unnecessarily.
• Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light
or is damaged.
• Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle to avoid touching the
drum.
• Do not place the toner cartridge in an upright or an upside down
position. If the toner is kept upright or upside down, the toner
will solidify and may not return to its original condition even if it is
shaken.
• When disposing of a used toner cartridge, place the toner container
into its protective bag to prevent the toner from scattering, and
then dispose of the toner cartridge according to local regulations.
Be careful of counterfeit toner cartridges
Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in
the marketplace.
Use of counterfeit toner cartridges may result in poor print quality or
machine performance.
Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage
caused by the use of counterfeit toner cartridge.
For more information, see http://www.canon.com/counterfeit.
8-6
] (Toner Gauge).
The toner level is displayed.
Keep the toner cartridge away from small children.
If the toner or other parts are ingested, consult a physician
immediately.
Press [
---------------------------------------------
2
Press [
] (Reset) to return to standby mode.
When a Message Appears
2
Toner cartridges are consumable products. When the toner has
almost or completely run out in the middle of operating this
machine, a message appears in the display.
Message
When it is displayed
Description and solutions
Prepare <Toner
Color>* toner
cartridge.
When a toner cartridge soon
needs to be replaced.
Have ready a replacement
toner cartridge.
It is recommended that you
replace the toner cartridge
before printing a large amount
of data.
Check <Toner
Color>* toner
cartridge.
Toner cartridges with print
quality that cannot be
guaranteed due to their
decreasing lifetime etc., or
used toner cartridges that
have reached their lifetime,
may have been inserted.
Continuing to use these
cartridges may cause a
malfunction, so replacing
these cartridges with new
cartridges is recommended.
When a toner cartridge has
reached the end of its life.
When a toner cartridge is
damaged.
Replace the toner cartridge
with a new one.
However, when the cyan,
magenta, or yellow toner runs
out, you can perform only
black and white printing.
Replace <Toner
Color>* toner
cartridge.
Press the lever and pull out the toner cartridge
tray.
MF8350Cdn
(1)
(2)
MF8050Cn
(1)
* Black, yellow, magenta, or cyan will appear in <Toner Color>.
(2)
Replacing Toner Cartridges
Before replacing toner cartridges, see "Precautions when
Replacing Toner Cartridges" (→P.8-8)
3
If the message prompting replacement of toner appears,
replace the toner cartridge.
Hold the toner cartridge to be replaced by its
handle and pull it straight up and out of the
machine.
Maintenance
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Checking the toner cartridge status for each color
You can check the status of the toner cartridges for each color on the
operation panel.
"Checking the Toner Level" (→P.8-6)
---------------------------------------------
1
Open the front cover.
4
Take out the new toner cartridge from the
protective bag.
You can open the protective bag with your hands from the notch.
8-7
5
Shake the toner cartridge 5 or 6 times as shown in
the figure to evenly distribute the toner inside the
cartridge.
9
Install the toner cartridge.
Be careful not to let the drum impact the frame of the toner
cartridge tray.
Do not remove the drum protective cover (A).
(A)
Front View
6
7
Place the toner cartridge on a flat surface.
Remove the tab, and the pull out the sealing
tapes.
Pull out the sealing tape (approx. 50 cm long) gently.
10
11
Push the toner cartridge tray back in.
Close the front cover.
-----------------------------------------If you cannot close the front cover
Make sure that the toner cartridge tray is closed.
Do not try to forcefully close the front cover, as this may damage the
machine.
(1)
--------------------------------------------(2)
8
Precautions when Replacing Toner Cartridges
Remove the drum protective cover (A).
See "Maintenance and Inspections" (→P.viii) in
"Important Safety Instructions" as well.
Maintenance
WARNING
Do not dispose of a used toner cartridge in open
flames
This may cause the toner remaining inside the cartridges to ignite,
resulting in burns or fire.
(A)
CAUTION
Precautions if you get toner on your hands or
clothing
If toner gets on your hands or clothing, wash them immediately with
cold water.
Washing with warm water sets the toner, making it impossible to
remove the toner stains.
Be careful not to allow the toner to scatter
Do not pull out the sealing tape forcefully or stop at midpoint, as this
may cause toner to spill out.
If toner gets into your eyes or mouth, wash them immediately with
cold water and consult a physician.
Precautions when closing the front cover
Be careful not to catch your fingers.
8-8
• If any tape remains in the toner cartridge, this may result in poor
print quality.
IMPORTANT
About replacement toner cartridges
For optimum print quality, replacement is recommended using
genuine Canon toner cartridges.
Model name
Supported Canon genuine toner cartridge
MF8350Cdn
Canon Cartridge 118 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 118 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 118 Cyan
Canon Cartridge 118 Black
MF8050Cn
Canon Cartridge 116 Yellow
Canon Cartridge 116 Magenta
Canon Cartridge 116 Cyan
Canon Cartridge 116 Black
Disposing of the removed sealing tape
Dispose of the sealing tape according to local regulations.
Keep the protective bag and drum protective cover
Keep the protective bag for the toner cartridge and the removed
drum protective cover. You will need them when you remove the
toner cartridge for machine maintenance or other purposes.
Do not touch the high-voltage contacts (A)
This may result in damage to the machine.
(A)
(A)
Shake the toner cartridge before setting
If toner is not distributed evenly, this may result in a deterioration in
print quality.
Precautions when installing toner cartridges
Hold the toner cartridges properly
When handling the toner cartridges, hold them properly as shown in
the figure. Do not place them vertically or upside-down.
Do not touch the toner cartridge memory (A) or the
electrical contacts (B)
This may result in damage to the cartridge.
The position of the toner cartridges in the machine is determined by
the toner color. Install the toner cartridges in the slots that have labels
of the same color.
Do not leave the front cover open for a long time with the
toner cartridges installed.
This may result in a deterioration in print quality.
(A)
(A)
To maintain image quality, it is recommended to perform automatic
gradation adjustment.
e-Manual → Maintenance → Adjusting → Correcting the
Gradation → Making Full Adjustment
(B)
Maintenance
(B)
After replacing toner cartridges
Do not touch the drum (A).
Print quality may deteriorate if you touch or damage the drum (A) at
the bottom of the toner cartridge.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the packing materials
The packing materials may be changed in form or placement, or may
be added or removed without notice.
When the message <Replace toner cartridge.> appears
when receiving a fax
(A)
Bottom View
Printing of the fax is interrupted and the received data will be stored
in the memory.
If <Continue Printing When Toner Is Low> is set to <On>
When pulling out the sealing tape
• Do not pull the sealing tape diagonally or sideways. If the tape
breaks, this may become difficult to pull out completely.
You can keep printing fax documents or reports without replacing
a toner cartridge. However, the printed documents may be light
or blurred because of lack of toner. The data is erased when the
documents are printed out, so you cannot print the same documents
again. "Continue Printing When Toner Is Low" (→P.6-24)
Collecting used toner cartridges
"Recycling Used Cartridges" (→P.8-10)
--------------------------------------------Top View
• Even if the sealing tape stops at midpoint, pull it out of the toner
cartridge completely.
Purchase Consumables
Purchase at your local authorized Canon dealer.
If you are not sure, contact the Canon help line.
8-9
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 Cartridge box.
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 huge amount 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.
• 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.
Maintenance
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.
8-10
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 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.
Maintenance
Please be sure that the shipment does not exceed UPS specifications.
Maximum weight = 70 lb. (31.8 kg)
Maximum length = 108" (2,743 mm)
Maximum girth (length + 2 x width + 2 x height) = 130" (3,302 mm)
If your shipment exceeds the above limits, please call 1-800-OK-Canon for special shipping information.
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.
• Give the shipment to your UPS driver when you receive your next regular delivery; (UPS may charge a fee for customers who call
UPS to pick up a cartridge shipment if they do not already have a delivery scheduled.)
or
• Take the shipment to your local UPS receiving point.
8-11
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 (eight 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.
Maintenance
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
8-12
Transporting the Machine
Before transporting the machine, see "Precautions when
Transporting the Machine" (→P.8-14)
3
Pull out the paper cassette.
Hold the paper cassette with both hands.
When changing the location of the machine or moving the
machine for maintenance, be sure to perform the following
procedure.
1
Turn the power OFF, then disconnect the cables
and cord from the machine.
MF8350Cdn
(3)
(4)
4
(2)
Move the machine from the installation site.
Hold the grips with two or more people.
Check the weight of the machine so it can be carried safely.
"Main Specifications" (→P.11-2)
(5)
(1)
MF8350Cdn
(6)
MF8050Cn
(3)
(4)
(2)
(1)
Maintenance
(5)
(6)
How to remove the cables and cord
USB cable*
(2) Turn the computer off.
(3) Remove it from the machine.
LAN cable*
(4) Remove it from the machine.
Power cord
(5) Unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet.
(6) Remove it from the machine.
* Whether the cable is connected or not varies depending on your
environment.
2
If telephone cables are connected, disconnect all
the telephone cables from the machine.
8-13
MF8050Cn
Precautions when Transporting the Machine
WARNING
When transporting the machine
Be sure to turn off the power switches of the machine and your
computer, and then unplug the power plug and interface cables.
Failure to do so can damage the cables or cords, resulting in a fire or
electrical shock.
CAUTION
Do not carry the machine with the paper cassette
installed
If you do so, the paper cassette may drop, resulting in personal injury.
Do not carry the machine with the optional paper
cassette (Cassette 2) installed
5
6
If you do so, the optional paper cassette (Cassette 2) may drop
resulting in personal injury
Put the machine down carefully at the new
installation site.
Insert the paper cassette into the machine.
Push it into the machine firmly.
7
8
Connect a LAN cable to the machine as needed.
Connect telephone cables to the machine as
needed.
Maintenance
9 Connect the power cord.
10 Plug the power plug into the AC power outlet.
11 Connect a USB cable to the machine as needed.
When transporting the machine long distance
To prevent damage to the machine during transport,
perform the following.
• Remove the toner cartridges
• Securely pack the printer in the original box with packing
materials
* If the original box and packing materials are not available,
find an appropriate box along with packing materials and
pack the machine and the parts appropriately.
8-14
Put the machine down slowly and carefully
Be careful not to hurt your hands or fingers.
IMPORTANT
Do not carry the machine with the cover or tray open
Make sure that the front cover and multi-purpose tray are closed
before carrying the machine.
Chapter
9
Troubleshooting
This section describes solutions for cases such as paper jam and when problems are not solved.
Clearing Jams
9-2
Document Jams in the Feeder
9-2
Paper Jams in the Paper Cassette (Cassette 1 or 2)
9-3
Paper Jams in the Multi-purpose Tray (MF8350Cdn Only)
9-4
Paper Jams in the Manual Feed Slot (MF8050Cn Only)
9-5
Paper Jams in the Rear Cover or Duplex Unit (MF8350Cdn Only) 9-6
Paper Jams in the Output Area (MF8350Cdn Only)
9-7
Paper Jams in the Output Area and Rear Cover (MF8050Cn Only) 9-8
Display Messages
9-9
Error Code
9-9
If <Incorrect size/setting> Appears
9-11
Troubleshooting
9-12
Check the Following First
9-12
Is the power switch turned ON?
9-12
Has the power switch been just turned ON?
9-12
Is the machine in Sleep mode?
9-12
Is the Error indicator on or blinking?
9-12
Is a message displayed on the display?
9-13
Is the telephone line connected or configured properly?
9-13
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
9-13
If a Power Failure Occurs
9-14
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
9-15
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
9-15
Customer Support (Canada)
9-16
9-1
Clearing Jams
When <Paper jam.> appears on the display, a paper jam has
occurred in the feeder or inside the machine. Following the
procedure displayed on the screen, remove the jammed
document or paper.
"Document Jams in the Feeder" (→P.9-2)
"Paper Jams in the Paper Cassette (Cassette 1 or 2)" (→P.9-3)
"Paper Jams in the Multi-purpose Tray (MF8350Cdn Only)" (→
P.9-4)
"Paper Jams in the Manual Feed Slot (MF8050Cn Only)" (→
P.9-5)
"Paper Jams in the Rear Cover or Duplex Unit (MF8350Cdn
Only)" (→P.9-6)
"Paper Jams in the Output Area (MF8350Cdn Only)" (→P.9-7)
"Paper Jams in the Output Area and Rear Cover (MF8050Cn
Only)" (→P.9-8)
WARNING
When removing the jammed document or paper
IMPORTANT
If paper is torn
Remove any torn pieces to avoid further jams.
If repeated paper jams occur
Check the following.
• Fan and tap the paper stack on a flat surface before loading it in the
machine.
• Check that the paper you are using meets the requirements for use.
"Paper Requirements" (→P.2-6)
• Make sure that you have removed any scraps of paper from the
inside of the machine.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Do not force the jammed document or paper out of the
machine
Contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line for
assistance if needed.
Take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the document or
paper.
When removing jammed paper or when inspecting
the inside of the machine
Do not allow necklaces, bracelets, or other metal objects to touch the
inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock.
---------------------------------------------
Document Jams in the Feeder
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed documents.
Keys to be used for this operation
CAUTION
If loose toner comes into contact with your skin or
clothing
Wash with cold water. Warm water will set the toner.
Troubleshooting
When removing the jammed document or paper
When a paper jam occurs, follow the message displayed in the screen
to remove jammed paper completely without a piece of paper
remaining. Also, do not put your hands forcibly into the parts other
than the parts directed on the screen. Failure to do so may result in
burns or injuries.
1
Press [ ].
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
2
9-2
Remove the document loaded in the feeder.
3
Open the feeder cover.
1
Press [ ].
Press [OK] to exit the operation screen.
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
(End: Press [OK])
2
Pull out the paper cassette.
Hold the paper cassette with both hands.
4
Remove the jammed document by pulling it
gently
If the optional paper cassette (Cassette 2) is installed in MF8350Cdn,
pull out the optional paper cassette also.
3
5
6
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
Close the feeder cover.
Place documents in the feeder.
Paper Jams in the Paper Cassette (Cassette 1
or 2)
Keys to be used for this operation
4
Insert the paper cassette into the machine.
If the optional paper cassette (Cassette 2) is installed in MF8350Cdn,
close the optional paper cassette also.
5
When the following screen appears, select <Yes>
with [ ], and then press [OK].
Troubleshooting
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
* Cassette 2 (optional) can be used only for MF8350Cdn.
The machine is ready to print.
Is all of the jammed
paper removed?
OK
Yes
No
9-3
Paper Jams in the Multi-purpose Tray
(MF8350Cdn Only)
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
Keys to be used for this operation
4
Pull out the paper cassette.
Hold the paper cassette with both hands.
OK
1
Press [ ].
Press [OK] to exit the operation screen.
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
(End: Press [OK])
2
5
Lower the manual feed transport guide.
(1) Hold the tabs (A) on both sides.
(2) Push them down.
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
(A)
Troubleshooting
IMPORTANT
Do not touch the rubber pad (A)
Touching it may result in deterioration in print quality.
If the jammed paper cannot be removed easily
Do not try to remove it forcefully but proceed to Step 3.
3
Close the multi-purpose tray.
(A)
9-4
6
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
Paper Jams in the Manual Feed Slot
(MF8050Cn Only)
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
Keys to be used for this operation
If the jammed paper cannot be removed easily
Do not try to remove it forcefully but proceed to Step 7.
7
Return the manual feed transport guide to its
original position.
OK
1
Press [ ].
Press [OK] to exit the operation screen.
8
9
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
(End: Press [OK])
Insert the paper cassette into the machine.
When the following screen appears, select <Yes>
with [ ], and then press [OK].
The machine is ready to print.
Is all of the jammed
paper removed?
Yes
2
Pull out the paper cassette.
Hold the paper cassette with both hands.
No
Troubleshooting
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If the jammed paper cannot be removed in Step 6
See "Paper Jams in the Rear Cover or Duplex Unit (MF8350Cdn Only)"
(→P.9-6) and remove the paper.
---------------------------------------------
3
Open the manual feed slot cover.
9-5
4
Lower the manual feed transport guide.
(1) Hold the tabs (A) on both sides.
(2) Push them down.
Paper Jams in the Rear Cover or Duplex Unit
(MF8350Cdn Only)
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
Keys to be used for this operation
(A)
5
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
1
6
Press [ ].
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
Return the manual feed transport guide to its
original position.
2
Open the rear cover.
(1)
7
Close the manual feed slot cover.
Troubleshooting
3
8
9
Open the paper output guide by holding the
green tab (A).
Insert the paper cassette into the machine.
When the following screen appears, select <Yes>
with [ ], and then press [OK].
The machine is ready to print.
Is all of the jammed
paper removed?
Yes
9-6
(2)
No
(A)
4
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
Paper Jams in the Output Area (MF8350Cdn
Only)
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
Keys to be used for this operation
Make sure that no paper is jammed inside the paper output guide,
and then close it.
5
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
1
Press [ ].
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
6
Holding the tabs (A) on both sides, close the
duplex unit.
Close the guide firmly until it clicks.
2
Open the front cover.
3
Lift the scanning platform.
4
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
5
Lower the scanning platform.
(A)
7
8
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
Troubleshooting
(A)
Close the rear cover.
The machine is ready to print.
9-7
6
Close the front cover.
5
Open the rear cover.
The machine is ready to print.
Paper Jams in the Output Area and Rear
Cover (MF8050Cn Only)
(1)
(2)
Referring to the procedure on the display, follow the steps
below to remove jammed paper.
Keys to be used for this operation
6
1
Press [ ].
Paper jam.
Press [ ] to
display steps.
Troubleshooting
9-8
2
Lift the scanning platform.
3
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
4
Lower the scanning platform.
7
Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
Close the rear cover.
The machine is ready to print.
Display Messages
If messages appear, see the following and solve the problem.
e-Manual → Troubleshooting → Display Messages
Error Code
An error code is a 3-digit code recorded as an error log when an error occurs.
You can check the code in the following locations.
Error codes for fax jobs
• Error send report
• Error receive report
• Job history in the system status screen
Error codes for print jobs
• Job history in the system status screen
2010 01/01 02:07AM FAX
0001
***********************
*** E rro r R e p o rt (S e n d ) ***
***********************
Send job resulted in error.
Job No.
Address
Name
0123
0123456789
name
Start Time
Call Length
Sheets
Result
01/01 02:07 AM
01'15
1
NG
#018
Busy/No Signal
Error code
For details on the reports, see the following.
e-Manual → Basic Operation → Setting the Auto Printing Reports
For details on the error code, see the following.
#001
#005
#012
#018
A document may be jammed.
Action
Remove the jammed document.
Cause
Because the data is too large, it is taking excessive time to send/receive the document.
Action 1
Reduce the scanning resolution, and then send the document.
Action 2
Reduce the scanning resolution or ask the sender to divide the document before sending it.
Cause 1
The recipient did not respond within 35 seconds.
Action
Repeat the procedure from the first step. Additionally, ask the recipient to check the fax machine. If you are
making an overseas call, add a pause to the fax number.
Cause 2
The recipient may not be using a G3 fax machine.
Action
Ask the recipient what type of fax machine is being used, and then send the document to the recipient's G3 fax
machine. If the recipient does not have a G3 fax machine, send the document again using a communication
mode compatible with the recipient's fax machine.
Cause
The recipient's machine has run out of paper.
Action
Ask the recipient to make sure that paper is loaded in their machine.
Cause 1
Redialing was not able to obtain any response. The recipient was not able to respond due to a telephone call etc.
Action
Wait a moment, and then try again. Nevertheless, if you cannot send the document, ask the recipient to make
sure that their fax machine is turned ON. If the recipient is making a telephone call, wait a moment, and then send
the document again.
Cause 2
You were not able to send the document because the recipient was making a telephone call etc.
Action
Make sure that the recipient can communicate with you, and then try again.
Cause 3
The settings of the recipient's machine are different from those of yours.
Action
Make sure that the recipient can communicate with you, and then try again.
Cause 4
A pause was not added to the fax number when you made an overseas fax.
Action
Add a pause after the country code or the recipient's fax number, and then redial the number. If you want to send
the document to the recipient registered under a one-touch key, change the settings for international sending in
the detailed setting screen.
Troubleshooting
#003
Cause
9-9
#022
#037
#054
#099
Cause
Sending faxes from a computer is restricted.
Action
The restriction needs to be released. Contact your administrator for more details.
e-Manual → Security → Restricting Destination Operations/Sending Functions → Restricting Faxes Sent from a
Computer
Cause 1
The machine's memory is full.
Action 1
Print, send, or delete any documents stored in the memory.
Action 2
For a copy job, divide the document into two or set <Original Type> to <Text/Photo/Map (Speed)> before
copying.
e-Manual → Copy → Selecting Image Quality (Copy)
Cause 2
The data size exceeds the machine's memory size.
Action
Reduce the data resolution or change the file format to reduce the data size.
Cause 1
When a fax is sent from a computer, the user abbreviation or the user fax number is not registered.
Action
Register the user abbreviation and the user fax number.
Cause 2
When a fax is sent from a computer or when the destination is imported from the address book, the recipient's fax
number exceeds 40 digits.
Action
Register the recipient's fax number again.
Cause
You canceled the job in a user's operation.
Action
Send it again as needed.
Cause 1
Authentication of ID or PIN failed due to departmental ID management.
Action
Specify the correct department ID or PIN, repeat the operation.
Cause 2
Unknown ID jobs are restricted.
Action
The restriction needs to be released. Contact your administrator for more details.
e-Manual → Security → Specifying the Setting for Departmental ID Management → Specifying Whether or Not
to Receive a Print Job from an Unknown ID
e-Manual → Security → Specifying the Setting for Departmental ID Management → Specifying Whether or Not
to Receive a Scan Job from an Unknown ID
Cause
The job cannot be printed due to the incorrect image format.
Action
Repeat the operation.
#701
#822
#852
#853
Troubleshooting
9-10
#861
#863
Cause
An error has occurred because the main power switch was turned OFF while a job was being processed.
Action
Repeat the operation.
Cause
The job was not able to be processed due to the reason why it was canceled from an application or operating
system while the print data was being sent to this machine from a computer etc.
Action
Check the settings, and then repeat the operation.
Cause 1
Printing cannot be performed because print data was received from a printer driver which is not for the machine.
Action
Print the data again from the printer driver for the machine.
Cause 2
Printing cannot be performed because print data is broken.
Action
Repeat the operation.
Cause
A process problem in the printer has occurred, and the machine does not operate properly
Action
Turn OFF the main power switch, wait for more than 10 seconds, and then turn it ON again.
If the problem is not solved, turn OFF the main power switch, disconnect the power cord, and contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
If <Incorrect size/setting> Appears
The message appears when the paper size specified in <Drawer 1>, <Drawer 2>*, or <Multi-Purpose Tray> in the <Paper Settings>
menu is different from the size of the paper loaded in the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray. If the message appears, perform the
following operations.
* Cassette 2 (optional) can be used only for MF8350Cdn.
Change the <Paper Settings> menu according to the size of the loaded paper.
After canceling a job, see "Setting a Paper Size and Type" (→P.2-16), and then change <Paper Settings>.
IMPORTANT
For a print job
Check that the paper size setting on the computer is also correct.
Loading paper of the size specified in the <Paper Settings> menu
See "Loading Paper" (→P.2-9) and reload the paper specified in the <Paper Settings> menu.
Printing from the multi-purpose tray/manual feed slot
When <Register Default Set.> is set to <Off> for the multi-purpose tray, load paper in the multi-purpose tray/manual feed slot, and
then specify the size of the loaded paper correctly.
Troubleshooting
9-11
Troubleshooting
If problems occur during use of the machine, check the following items before requesting service, and then take appropriate action.
Check the Following First
Is the power switch turned ON?
Check that the power cord is securely plugged into the machine and into the wall outlet.
Check if electricity is supplied from the power cord. Use another power cord or check if the cord is broken using a voltmeter.
Turn ON the main power switch.
If there is no problem
Has the power switch been just turned ON?
Wait a moment until the machine starts.
If there is no problem
Is the machine in Sleep mode?
Press [
] (Energy Saver) on the operation panel to cancel the Sleep mode.
If there is no problem
Troubleshooting
Is the Error indicator on or blinking?
Make sure that paper is loaded properly in the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray.
"Loading Paper" (→P.2-9)
Check if paper is jammed.
"Clearing Jams" (→P.9-2)
Turn OFF the main power switch of the machine, wait for more than 10 seconds, and then turn it ON. If the problem is solved, the
Error indicator is turned off, and the display returns to standby mode. If the Error indicator keeps blinking, unplug the power cord,
and contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
If there is no problem
9-12
Is a message displayed on the display?
Check if an error message appears on the display of the operation panel.
"Display Messages" (→P.9-9)
Print the transmission management report to check if an error occurs.
e-Manual → Basic Operation → Printing a List → Printing a Fax Activity Report
If there is no problem
Is the telephone line connected or configured properly?
Check that the telephone cable is correctly connected. Check if the cables for the telephone line port and external device port on
the back of the machine are connected inversely.
"Configuring and Connecting the Fax" (→ Starter Guide)
Make sure the machine is set for the correct telephone line type (dial/push).
"Select Line Type" (→P.6-18)
Check if there is a device nearby that interferes with signal reception (e.g., microwave oven). This may affect the telephone line
status.
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
See "Troubleshooting" in the e-Manual, then solve the problem.
Troubleshooting
9-13
If a Power Failure Occurs
The machine cannot be used while power supply is cut off.
The fax function during a power failure
• Documents cannot be sent or received.
• You may not be able to make a call using the external telephone. However, the above varies depending on your telephone.
• You may be able to get a call using the external telephone. However, the above varies depending on your telephone.
IMPORTANT
Data storage for when power supply is cut off
Even if power is suddenly lost due to a power failure or accidental unplugging, any sent or received documents stored in memory are backed up for
about 5 minutes.
NOTE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Charging the built-in battery
It takes approximately 5 hours to completely charge the built-in battery after the machine is turned ON.
If the built-in battery is not charged enough, data may not be saved properly in the memory.
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Troubleshooting
9-14
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
If you cannot solve the problem after having referred to the information in this chapter, contact Canon Customer Care Center at
1-800-OK-CANON Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST. On-line support is also available 24 hours
a day at the website http://www.canontechsupport.com.
Please have the following information ready when you contact Canon:
• Product name (Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn/MF8050Cn)
• Serial number (a character string which consists of three alphabets and a 5-digit number and is indicated on the label located
inside the front cover of the machine)
MF8350Cdn
MF8050Cn
Serial No.
Serial Number
Serial No.
Serial Number
• Place of purchase
• Nature of problem
• Steps you have taken to solve the problem and the results
WARNING
If the machine makes strange noises, emits smoke or odd odor, turn OFF the main power switch immediately, disconnect the power cord, and contact
Canon Customer Care Center. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the machine yourself.
IMPORTANT
Troubleshooting
Attempting to repair the machine yourself may void the limited warranty.
9-15
Customer Support (Canada)
Canon Canada Inc., offers a full range of customer technical support options*:
* Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
• For step-by-step troubleshooting, e-mail technical support, the latest driver or document downloads, and answers to frequently
asked questions, visit
http://www.canon.ca/
• Free live technical support 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) for products still under warranty
1-800-OK-CANON
• For the location of the authorized service facility nearest you, visit http://www.canon.ca/ or 1-800-OK-CANON
• If the problem cannot be corrected by using one of the above technical support options, repair options are available at the time
of your call to the live technical support number above or via the website at http://www.canon.ca/
* Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
Please have the following information ready when you contact Canon:
• Product name (Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn/MF8050Cn)
• Serial number (a character string which consists of three alphabets and a 5-digit number and is indicated on the label located
inside the front cover of the machine)
MF8350Cdn
MF8050Cn
Serial No.
Serial Number
Serial No.
Serial Number
• Place of purchase
• Nature of problem
• Steps you have taken to solve the problem and the results
WARNING
Troubleshooting
9-16
If the machine makes strange noises, emits smoke or odd odor, turn OFF the main power switch immediately, disconnect the power cord, and contact
Canon Customer Care Center. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the machine yourself.
IMPORTANT
Attempting to repair the machine yourself may void the limited warranty.
Chapter
10
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
You can set or change machine functions from the setting menu according to your purpose.
Setting Menu List
10-2
Printing a User Data List
10-2
Contents of the Setting Menu
10-2
10-1
Setting Menu List
Printing a User Data List
To see the contents of current settings, print out user's data list.
3
[Select <User Data> with [
press [OK].
4
Make sure that the paper is loaded, and then
press [OK].
Keys to be used for this operation
Report
] or [
], and then
Load the paper indicated in the display.
Supported paper:
Size: A4, LTR
Type: P1/2, Rec, Clr
OK
OK
5
Select <Yes> with [
], and then press [OK].
Printing starts.
1
2
Press [
] (Report).
Select <Print Report Lists> with [
then press [OK].
] or [
Print user data
report list?
], and
Yes
No
Contents of the Setting Menu
[Address Book] key
[Select Paper/Settings] key
Register the following types of destination.
- One-touch keys
- Coded dialing
- Group dialing
Register the size and type of the
paper to be used.
You can also register a custom paper
size.
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
Viewing the Route Map
[Report] key
Returns to the previous hierarchy.
This area represents the first hierarchy in the menu.
Proceeds to the next hierarchy.
Timer Settings
Time&Date Settings
Date Display Type
You can specify the settings for
various report output conditions and
output a report.
Menu Operations
P.1-12
YYYY MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
This area represents
hierarchies for "setting values."
The setting values with the
gray background or of the
boldface represents the default
settings.
Selects an upper item/setting value.
Selects a lower item/setting value.
OK
These represents reference areas in this manual.
For the items with the
icon, see the e-Manual.
This area represents hierarchies for "setting item."
- Settings or values with " * " mark may not appear depending on the availability of the optional accessories.
- Settings or values with " " mark appear only in MF8350Cdn.
10-2
[Menu] key
Configure the machine settings.
You can perform adjustment and
cleaning.
Proceeds to the next hierarchy. Also, a setting
value is determined, and an operation is
performed.
* When <Apply> appears in the screen, you need to select
<Apply> and press [OK] after specifying the setting.
Back
Reset
Returns to the previous hierarchy.
Cancels the setting and returns to the initial
screen.
Address Book
Menu
<How to display>
<How to display>
1 Press [FAX].
1 Press [Menu].
2 Press [Address Book].
2 The setting menu is displayed.
3 The address book is displayed.
4 Press [ ] to select [
1
], and then press [OK].
1
2
2
3
4
Coded Dial
Sound Volume Control
P.5-6
Fax Volume Settings
Fax
CD-ROM
Max 16 Char.
Name
Max 40
Destination
Ring Tone
Settings
CD-ROM
On
Sending Done Tone
CD-ROM
33600 bps
Speed
9600 bps
For Errors Only
- Sending Done Volume:
1 to 3
4800 bps
Domestic
International (1)
Receiving Done Tone
CD-ROM
International (2)
International (3)
For Errors Only
- Receiving Done Volume:
1 to 3
Group
Max 16 characters
Select Coded Dial/One-Touch Dial
Destination
One-Touch Dial
Off
On
- Receiving Done Volume:
1 to 3
Coded Dial:Registration No.
Name
Off
On
- Sending Done Volume:
1 to 3
14400 bps
Long Distance
Off
On
- Ring Tone Volume: 1 to 3
Off
ECM Sending
Volume Key Priority
Settings Menu Priority
- Fax Tone:
Off,On(Fax Volume: 1 to 3)
Scanning Done Tone
CD-ROM
Off
On
- Scanning Done Volume :
1 to 3
P.5-3
Fax
For Errors Only
- Scanning Done Volume :
1 to 3
Enter Registration No.
Max 16 characters
Name
Max 40
Destination
Entry Tone
CD-ROM
Settings
Off
On
Off
ECM Sending
Entry Error Tone
CD-ROM
On
33600 bps
Speed
Warning Tone
CD-ROM
14400 bps
9600 bps
Off
On
Off
On
Job Done Tone
CD-ROM
4800 bps
Off
On
International (1)
Common Settings
International (2)
International (3)
Select Default Screen
CD-ROM
Copy
Fax
One-Touch Dial:Registration No.
Scan
Group
Status Monitor/Cancel
Enter Registration No.
Max 16 characters
Name
Status Monitor/Cancel Device Priority
CD-ROM
Off
Brightness
CD-ROM
1 to 5
On
Select Coded Dial/One-Touch Dial
Destination
One-Touch Dial: Registration No.
Select Paper/Settings
<How to display>
Contrast
CD-ROM
1 to 4 to 7
Invert Screen Colors
CD-ROM
Off
Screen After Auto Reset
CD-ROM
Default Screen
Inch Entry
CD-ROM
On
1 Press [Select Paper/Settings].
2 The paper selection screen is displayed.
3 Press [
] to select [Paper Settings], and then press [OK].
Selected Screen
Off
On
Gram/Pound Switch
2
CD-ROM
Gram
Pound
1
3
"Setting a Paper Size and Type" (P. 2-16)
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
Domestic
Long Distance
Continues to the next page
10-3
Continues from the previous page
Continues from the lower left
Drawer Auto-Slection
Sender ID
CD-ROM
P.6-22
Off
Multi-Purpose Tray
On Image
Print Location
Above Image
On
Off
Drawer 1
FAX
Mark No. as TEL/FAX
TEL
On
Drawer
2*
Off
Receive Settings
On
2-sided Printing
P.6-24
Off
Receive Data Reduction
P.6-24
Drawer 1
Drawer 2*
Off
On
Fax
Off
Multi-Purpose Tray
On
Off
Drawer 1
On
Drawer 2*
Off
On
Off
On
- Reduction Mode:
Auto, Preset
- Reduction Ratio:
97, 95, 90, 75(%)
- Reduction Direction:
Vertical/Horizontal, Vertical
On
Received Page Footer
P.6-24
Off
Continue Printing When Toner Is Low
P.6-24
Off
On
On
Fax Settings
CD-ROM
Basic Settings
Other
Off
Multi-Purpose Tray
On
Fax No.
P.6-22
Select Line Type
P.6-22
Offhook Alarm
P.6-22
On
2*
On
Send Settings
CD-ROM
Print Speed Priority
Multi-Purpose Tray
ECM Sending
P.6-22
Drawer 2*
Print Speed Priority
Pause Time
P.6-23
Print Side Priority
Auto Redial
P.6-23
Print Side Priority
CD-ROM
French
Spanish
English
CD-ROM
2 to 99 (minutes)
Redial Interval
Off
Redial If Error Occurs
On
Check Dial Tone Before Sending
P.6-23
French
Spanish
Portuguese
English
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
Massage Display Time
CD-ROM
1 to 2 to 5 (seconds)
Scrolling Speed
CD-ROM
Slow, Normal, Fast
Cursor Movement
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
Receive Settings
ECM Receiving
P.6-24
Incoming Ring
P.6-25
Off
On
- Ring Times:
1 to 2 to 99 (times)
Remote Receiving
P.6-25
Off
On
- Remote Receive ID:
00 to 25 to 99
Common Settings
Copy Settings
Memory Media Settings
Off
On
Auto
Sound Volume Control
Off
On
Manual
Initialize Menu
Off
1 to 2 to 10 (times)
Redial Times
Portuguese
Remote UI Language
1 to 2 to 15 (seconds)
On
Print Speed Priority
Language
Off
On
Print Side Priority
Drawer 1
Off
On
- Offhook Alarm Volume:
1 to 3
Off
Paper Feed Method Switch
Dial 10 PPS
Tone
Off
Drawer 1
Manual/Auto Switch
P.6-25
Send/Receive Settings
Off
On
- Incoming Ring Times:
1 to 15 to 99 (seconds)
Printer Settings
Timer Settings
Initialize All
Printer Settings
Copy Settings
Auto Size Detection
CD-ROM
Off
On
Change Defaults
CD-ROM
Timer Settings
Memory Media Settings
Time&Date Settings
Change Defaults
CD-ROM
Date Display Type
P.1-12
YYYY MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
Send/Receive Settings
12/24 Hour Clock
Common Settings
Current Time Settings
Register Username
P.6-22
Change Defaults
P.6-22
Continues to the upper right
12 Hour (AM/PM)
24 Hour
Send Settings
10-4
Off
On
Printer
Drawer
Off
On
Copy
Daylight Saving
Continues to the next page
Off
On
- Start: (M/W/D)
- End: (M/W/D)
Continues from the lower left
Continues from the previous page
Sleep Timer
P.1-11
10 to 240 (minutes) (MF8350Cdn)
Auto Obtain
20 to 240 (minutes) (MF8050Cn)
Select Protocol
Off
Auto Reset Timer
CD-ROM
0=Off, 1 to 2 to 9 (minutes)
DHCP
Auto Offline Time
CD-ROM
0=Off, 1 to 5 to 60 (minutes)
BOOTP
RARP
Adjustment/Cleaning
Auto Gradation Adjustment
CD-ROM
Auto IP
Full Adjustment
Off
On
Express Adjustment
Copy Image Adjustment
Auto Adjustment Settings
Manual Entry
IP Address
0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask
0.0.0.0
Gateway Address
0.0.0.0
CD-ROM
Off
Auto Adjust Image Regularly
On
Correct Color Mismatch when turned ON
Off
View Settings
On
Correct Print Color Mismatch
CD-ROM
Black Text Processing for Color
CD-ROM
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Feeder
-3 to 0 to +3
Document Glass
-3 to 0 to +3
Special Processing
Auto Obtain
Gateway Address
PING Command
0.0.0.0
DNS Settings
CD-ROM
Special Paper Processing
DNS Server Settings
Manual 2-Sided Settings
Off
Multi-Purpose Tray
Primary DNS Server
0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS Server
0.0.0.0
On
DNS Host Name/Domain Name Settings
Drawer 1
Off
On
Host Name
Drawer 2*
Off
Domein Name
On
DNS Dynamic Update Settings
Rough Paper Settings
On
Off
Multi-Purpose Tray
On
Drawer 1
Off
Drawer 2*
Off
mDNS Settings
On
Envelope Cling Prevention
IPv6 Settings
Use IPv6
On
On
View Settings
Stateless Address Settings
View Settings
Off
On
Off
On
Envelop 2
Special Mode P
Off
Off
Envelop 1
Envelope Switch
Off
On
- mDNS Name
On
Clean Fixing Unit
Off
Use DHCPv6
Off
On
P.8-2
View Settings
P.8-3
Clean Feeder
P.8-4
DNS Settings
DNS Host Name/Domein Name Settings
Use IPv4 Host/Domain
System Settings
Off
- Host Name
- Domain Name
On
System Manager Information
CD-ROM
DNS Dynamic Update Settings
- System Manager ID:
Up to seven digits
- System Manager PIN:
UP to seven digits
System Manager ID and PIN
Device Information
CD-ROM
Device Name
Up to 32 characters
Location
Up to 32 characters
Dept.ID Management
On
- Register Manual Address:
Off, On
- Register Stateful Address:
Off, On
- Register Stateless Address:
Off, On
Up to 32 characters
System Manager
Off
CD-ROM
mDNS Settings
Off
On
- Use IPv4 name for
mDNS:
Off (mDNS Name), On
Off
On
WINS Settings
Count Management Report
WINS Resolution
Network Settings
CD-ROM
On
- WINS Server Address:
0.0.0.0
TCP/IP Settings
IPv4 Settings
IP Address Settings
Off
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
Clean ITB
Scope ID
NetBIOS Name
Workgroup Name
Continues to the upper right
Continues to the next page
10-5
Continues from the previous page
Continues from the lower left
Off
LPD Settings
Remote UI On/Off
Off
CD-ROM
On
Off
RAW Settings
On
WSD Settings
On
Restrict Sending
Address Book PIN
P.6-27
Restrict New Destinations
P.6-27
Allow Driver Faxing
P.6-27
Off
On
Off
Use WSD Settings
On
Off
On
Off
Use WSD Browsing
On
Restrict Sending from History
P.6-27
Off
Fax No. Confirmation Re-Entry
P.6-27
Off
Restrict Sequential Broadcast P.6-27
Off
On
Off
Use Multicast Discovery
On
On
Off
Use HTTP
On
Confirm Sequential Broadcast
Port Number Settings
LPD
0 to 515 to 65535
RAW
0 to 9100 to 65535
HTTP
0 to 80 to 65535
SNMP
0 to 161 to 65535
Reject Sequential Broadcast
Display Job History
Off
CD-ROM
On
USB Device On/Off
Off
CD-ROM
On
Off
SNMP Settings
Memory Media Storage On/Off
Off
CD-ROM
On
Community Name 1
public
Community Name 2
(None)
Writable SNMP 1/Writable SNMP 2
On
Select PDL (Plug-n-Play)
CD-ROM
FAX
Network
Off
UFRII LT
On
Dedicated Community Settings
Off
UFRII LT(XPS)
UFRII LT
USB
Read-Write (RW)
UFRII LT(XPS)
Read-Only (RO)
Printer Management Infomation from Host
Enable Dedicated Port
Update the Firmware
CD-ROM
On
Initialize Address Book
CD-ROM
Off
Initialize System Settings
CD-ROM
Off
System Manager Information
Device Information
On
Startup Settings
Ethernet Driver Settings
Off
- Communication Mode:
Half Duplex, Full Duplex
- Ethernet Type:
10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX
Auto Detect
Dept. ID Management
Restrict Sending
0 to 300 (Seconds)
Display Job History
Network Settings
USB Device On/Off
Communications Settings
Memory Media Storage On/Off
Forwarding Settings
Select PDL (Plug-n-Play)
Store/Print When Forwarding
Initialize All
Remote UI On/Off
On
Reports
MAC Address
<How to display>
Communications Settings
1 Press [Report].
2 The report output menu is displayed.
Fax Settings
Send Start Speed
P.6-26
33600 bps
Receive Start Speed
P.6-26
14400 bps
1
Registering/Setting the Various Functions
2
9600 bps
7200 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
Memory Lock Settings
P.6-26
Off
On
Memory Lock PIN
Reports Settings
On
Off
Send Results
On
Do Not Set
Memory Lock Time
Set
- Memory Lock Start Time
- Memory Lock End Time
Select Country/Region
P.6-26
United States (US)
Canada (CA)
For Errors Only
Off
TX Image Report
On
Transmission Management
Auto Print After 40 Transmissions
Brazil (BR)
Mexico (MX)
Forwarding Settings
P.6-14
Off
Off
Separate Send/Receive
On
Off
Receive Report
On
Store/Print When Forwarding
On
For Errors Only
CD-ROM
Off
On
Print Reports Lists
Address Book List
Continues to the upper right
Do Not Store
For Errors Only
CD-ROM
Coded Dial
One-Touch
For Errors Only
Store Images in Memory
Off
On
Other
Print Images
10-6
CD-ROM
Off
Print Report
User Data
Fax Activity Report
Group
Chapter
11
Appendix
This section describes the specifications of the machine.
Main Specifications
11-2
Machine Specifications
11-2
Copy Specifications
11-2
Printer Specification
11-2
Scanner Specifications
11-3
Fax Specifications
11-3
Telephone Specifications
11-3
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional) (MF8350Cdn Only)
11-3
Index
11-4
11-1
Main Specifications
Machine Specifications
Copy Specifications
Copy Specifications
Machine Specifications
Type
Personal Desktop
Power Supply
120 to 127 V 60 Hz (Power requirements
differ depending on the country in which you
purchased the product.)
Power Consumption
• MF8350Cdn
Maximum: 1,200 W or less
Average consumption during standby mode:
Approx. 23 W
Average consumption during sleep mode:
Approx. 3 W
• MF8050Cn
Maximum: 900 W or less
Average consumption during standby mode:
Approx. 15 W
Average consumption during sleep mode:
Approx. 3 W
Warm-up Time
Appendix
11-2
• MF8350Cdn
23 seconds or less*
• MF8050Cn
30 seconds or less*
(Temperature: 68 °F (20 °C), humidity: 65% RH
; from when the machine is turned on with the
main power switch to when the standby display
appears)
* Warm-up time may vary depending on the
condition and environment around the
machine.
Weight
• MF8350Cdn
Main unit (including toner cartridge): Approx.
68.3 lb (31 kg)
• MF8050Cn
Main unit (including toner cartridge): Approx.
55.1 lb (25 kg)
Dimensions
(W x L x H)
• MF8350Cdn
- In the normal state
17" x 19 1/8" x 18 7/8" (430 mm x 484 mm x
479 mm)
- When the Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional)
is installed
17" x 19 1/8" x 22 7/8" (430 mm x 484 mm x
579 mm)
• MF8050Cn
17" x 19 1/8" x 16 7/8" (430 mm x 484 mm x 429
mm)
Installation Space
(W x L)
• MF8350Cdn
- In the normal state
26 1/2" x 52 1/4" (674 mm x 1,327 mm)
- When the Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional)
is installed
26 3/4" x 52 1/4" (679 mm x 1,327 mm)
• MF8050Cn
26 1/2" x 48 3/8" (674 mm x 1,229 mm)
Environmental Conditions
Temperature: 50 to 86°F (10 to 30°C)
Humidity: 20% to 80% RH (no condensation)
Color Compatibility
Full Color
Gradation
256 gradations
Acceptable Documents
"Documents Requirements" (→P.2-2)
Acceptable Paper Stock
"Paper Requirements" (→P.2-6)
Printable Range
"Printable Range" (→P.2-8)
Scanning Range
"Scanning Range" (→P.2-2)
Scanning Resolution
• Text/Photo/Map (Speed) (Color): 300 dpi x 300
dpi
• Text/Photo/Map, Text/Photo/Map (Speed)
(B/W): 300 dpi x 600 dpi
• Text/Photo/Map (Quality), Printed Image, Text:
600 dpi x 600 dpi
Output Resolution
600 dpi x 600 dpi
Copy Ratio
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•
•
•
Copy Speed (Letter Direct)
• MF8350Cdn
Color: 21 ppm
B/W: 21 ppm
• MF8050Cn
Color: 8 ppm
B/W: 12 ppm
Direct 1:1 ± 1.0 %
Enlargement 1:4.00, 1:2.00, 1:1.29
Reduction 1:0.78, 1:0.64, 1:0.50, 1:0.25
Zoom 0.25 to 4.00, 1% increments
Successive Copying Capacity Maximum 99 copies
First Copy Time (Letter)
• MF8350Cdn
Color: 17 seconds or less
B&W: 16 seconds or less
• MF8050Cn
Color: 30 seconds or less
B&W: 23 seconds or less
Printer Specification
Printer Specification
Printing Method
Indirect electrostatic system (On-demand fixing)
Paper Capacity
• MF8350Cdn
Multi-purpose tray: Approx 50 sheets (16 to 24
lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m2))
Paper cassette: Approx 250 sheets (16 to 24 lb
Bond (60 to 90 g/m2))
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional): Approx 250
sheets (16 to 24 lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m2))
• MF8050Cn
Manual feed slot: 1 sheet
Paper cassette: Approx 150 sheets (16 to 24 lb
(60 to 90 g/m2))
Output Tray Capacity
(Letter size paper which
has been just opened)
Approx. 125 sheets
(16 to 24 lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m2))*
Print Speed (Letter Direct)
• MF8350Cdn
Color: 21 ppm
B/W: 21 ppm
• MF8050Cn
Color: 8 ppm
B/W: 12 ppm
Output Resolution
600 dpi x 600 dpi
Gradation
256 gradations
Toner Cartridges
"Replacing Toner Cartridges " (→P.8-5)
* The communication time is not included.
Scanner Specifications
Telephone Specifications
Telephone Specifications
Scanner Specifications
Type
Color scanner
Maximum Scanning Size
• Platen glass: 8 1/2" x 11 5/8" (216 mm x 297 mm)
• Feeder: 8 1/2" x 14" (216 mm x 356 mm)
Scanning Resolution
• Optical resolution
Platen glass: 600 x 600 dpi
Feeder: 300 x 300 dpi
• Software interpolation resolution
9600 dpi x 9600 dpi
Scanning Speed (300 x
600 dpi)*
• Color: 6 seconds/sheet
• Grayscale: 3 seconds/sheet
Host Interface
•
•
•
•
100 Base-TX
10 Base-T
Hi-Speed USB
USB
Operating System
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Driver
• TWAIN
• WIA 1.0 (Windows XP/Vista/7)
• WIA 2.0 (Windows Vista/7)
Available Telephone
External telephone/External telephone with
built-in answering machine/Data modem
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional)
(MF8350Cdn Only)
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 (optional)
Paper Capacity
Available Paper
250 sheets (16 to 24 lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m2))
"Paper Requirements" (→P.2-6)
Power Supply
From main unit
Dimensions
(W x L x H)
17 1/8" x 17 7/8" x 4 7/8" (435 mm x 455 mm x
124 mm)
Weight
Approx. 8.8 lb (4 kg)
* The communication time is not included.
Fax Specifications
Fax Specifications
Applicable Line
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)*1
Communication Mode
Super G3
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Modem Speed
33.6 Kbps
Automatic Fallback
Transmission Speed
Approx. 3 seconds per page*2
(at 33.6 Kbps, ECM-JBIG, transmitting from the
memory)
Sending/Receiving Memory
Maximum approx. 512 pages*2
(Total pages of transmission/reception)
Fax Resolution
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•
•
•
•
(Normal): 200 dpi x 100 dpi
(Fine): 200 dpi x 200 dpi
(Photo): 200 dpi x 200 dpi
(Superfine): 200 dpi x 400 dpi
(Ultrafine): 400 dpi x 400 dpi
Dialing System
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One-touch keys (19 destinations)
Coded dialing (181 destinations)
Group dialing (199 destinations)
Address book dialing
Regular dialing (with numeric keys)
Automatic redialing
Manual redialing
Sequential broadcast (201 destinations)
Receiving System
• Automatic reception
• Remote reception by telephone (Default ID:
25)
Report Output
• Send Results
• Transmission management report (Auto
output every 40 destinations)
• Receive Results
Appendix
Data Compression Type
*1 The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8
Kbps modem speed or lower. However, this depends on the telephone line
condition.
*2 Based on ITU-T Standard Chart No. 1, JBIG standard mode.
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Index
C
Appendix
Canceling
Copy Jobs ....................................................................... 3-2
Fax Jobs............................................................................ 6-2
Changing the Default Values
Copy ................................................................................... 3-8
Fax .................................................................................... 6-20
Cleaning the Machine.......................................... 8-2
Exterior ............................................................................. 8-2
Feeder ............................................................................... 8-4
Fixing Unit ...................................................................... 8-2
ITB ........................................................................................ 8-3
Platen Glass.................................................................... 8-3
Coded Dial Codes
Editing............................................................................... 5-6
Storing .............................................................................. 5-6
Coded Dialing ......................................................... 5-2
Contents of the Setting Menu ....................... 10-2
Copying..................................................................... 3-1
2-Sided Copying......................................................... 3-4
Collating Copies ......................................................... 3-6
Enlarging/Reducing Copies ................................ 3-5
Frame Erase ................................................................... 3-6
ID Card .............................................................................. 3-7
N on 1................................................................................ 3-5
Copy Mode .............................................................. 1-9
Copyright ................................................................. xiii
D
Date Settings........................................................ 1-12
Density
Copy ................................................................................... 3-3
Fax ....................................................................................... 6-3
Disclaimers............................................................... xiii
11-4
Display ....................................................................... 1-9
Display Messages....................................................... 9-9
LCD (Standby Mode) ............................................... 1-9
Document delivery tray ...................................... 1-2
Document feeder tray ......................................... 1-2
Document guides.................................................. 1-2
Documents
Clearing Jams ............................................................... 9-2
Placing .............................................................................. 2-4
Receiving Faxes ........................................................ 6-10
Requirements ............................................................... 2-2
Scanning Range ......................................................... 2-2
Sending Faxes .............................................................. 6-2
Documents Requirements ................................. 2-2
E
Error Code ................................................................ 9-9
External telephone jack ...................................... 1-3
F
Fax Documents in the Memory
Forwarding ................................................................. 6-14
History............................................................................ 6-19
Received Fax Documents .................................. 6-18
Transmission Documents .................................. 6-17
Fax mode .................................................................. 1-9
Fax Settings .......................................................... 6-21
Feeder ........................................................................ 1-2
Front cover ............................................................... 1-2
G
Group Dialing ......................................................... 5-2
Editing............................................................................... 5-9
Storing .............................................................................. 5-9
H
O
Handling ................................................................... viii
One-Touch Keys ..................................................... 5-2
Editing............................................................................... 5-3
Storing .............................................................................. 5-3
Operation Panel ............................................ 1-2, 1-7
Fax Operation Panel ................................................. 1-8
Main Operation Panel ............................................. 1-7
Output tray .............................................................. 1-2
I
If <Incorrect size/setting> Appears ............. 9-11
If a Power Failure Occurs .................................. 9-14
If You Cannot Solve a Problem....................... 9-15
Image Quality
Copy ................................................................................... 3-4
Fax ....................................................................................... 6-3
Installation ................................................................. vii
Requirements ................................................................... xi
Space ..................................................................................... xi
L
LAN port ................................................................... 1-3
M
Paper
Clearing Jams ............................................................... 9-2
Loading ............................................................................ 2-9
Paper Size and Type............................................... 2-16
Printable Range........................................................... 2-8
Requirements ............................................................... 2-6
Paper Cassette ............................................... 1-2, 1-6
Lock release lever....................................................... 1-6
Paper guide ................................................................... 1-6
Paper Requirements ............................................. 2-6
Platen glass .............................................................. 1-2
Power socket ........................................................... 1-3
Power Supply ............................................................ vii
Requirements ................................................................... xi
Power switch ........................................................... 1-2
Printable Range...................................................... 2-8
Printing a User Data List ................................... 10-2
Printing from a Computer .................................. 4-1
R
Appendix
Main Specifications............................................ 11-2
Cassette Feeding Unit-V1 .................................. 11-3
Copy specifications ............................................... 11-2
Fax Specifications ................................................... 11-3
Machine Specifications ....................................... 11-2
Printer Specification .............................................. 11-2
Scanner Specifications ........................................ 11-3
Telephone Specifications................................... 11-3
Maintenance and Inspections .................... viii, xii
Manual feed transport guide ............................ 1-2
Manual Sending ..................................................... 6-7
Multi-purpose Tray (Manual Feed Slot) 1-2, 1-5
Paper guide ................................................................... 1-5
The auxiliary tray ........................................................ 1-5
Tray extension .............................................................. 1-5
P
Rear cover................................................................. 1-3
Receive Mode ...................................................... 6-10
Answer mode............................................................ 6-11
Auto mode.................................................................. 6-10
Changing ..................................................................... 6-13
Fax/Tel mode ............................................................. 6-11
Manual mode ............................................................ 6-12
Registering/Setting the Various Functions 10-1
11-5
S
Scan Functions ....................................................... 7-1
Scan Mode ............................................................... 1-9
Scanning area ......................................................... 1-2
Scanning Range ..................................................... 2-2
Selecting Print Side............................................ 2-19
Sequential Broadcast ........................................... 6-9
Sharpness
Copy ................................................................................... 3-6
Fax ....................................................................................... 6-3
Sleep Timer ........................................................... 1-11
Specifying Destinations ...................................... 6-4
T
Appendix
Telephone Equipment ............................................. x
Telephone line jack ............................................... 1-3
Text Input Method ............................................. 1-10
Time Settings ....................................................... 1-12
Toner Cartridges .................................................... 8-5
Checking the Toner Level ..................................... 8-6
Handling.......................................................................... 8-6
Replacing Toner Cartridges ................................. 8-7
When a Message Appears.................................... 8-7
Toner cartridge slot .............................................. 1-4
Toner cartridge tray .............................................. 1-4
Trademarks .............................................................. xiii
Transporting the Machine............................... 8-13
Tray extension ........................................................ 1-2
Troubleshooting .................................................... 9-1
Clearing Jams ............................................................... 9-2
Error Code ...................................................................... 9-9
If <Incorrect size/setting> Appears............. 9-11
If a Power Failure Occurs .................................... 9-14
If You Cannot Solve a Problem ....................... 9-15
U
USB memory port.................................................. 1-2
USB port .................................................................... 1-3
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