Chevrolet 2009 Avalanche Automobile User Manual

MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
Operator's Manual
for Copying Functions
Preface
Thank you for purchasing the TOSHIBA multifunctional digital systems.
We have provided you with this manual for the operation of this equipment.
This operator’s manual describes the following:
y How to use this equipment
y How to inspect and carry out maintenance on this equipment
y How to remedy mechanical and copying problems
Be sure to read this manual before using this equipment. Keep this manual handy and retain it
for future reference.
Preface
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Notice to Users
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
WARNING
Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by TOSHIBA TEC or parties
authorized by TOSHIBA TEC, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
User Safety
This TOSHIBA multifunctional digital systems does not produce laser radiation hazardous to the user. It
is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control Health and Safety Act of 1968
including amendments.
Protective housing and external covers completely confine the laser beam light emitted inside the multifunctional digital systems. The laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user
operation.
Regulations implemented on August 2, 1976 by the Bureau of Radiological Health (BRH) of the U.S
Food and Drug Administration apply to laser products manufactured from August 1,1976. Laser products marketed in the United States must comply with these regulations.
CAUTION
Using controls or adjustments or performing procedures, other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
The unit is classified as Class 1 Laser Product according to IEC60825-1:1993, IEC60825-1:2007
including amendments.
The unit uses laser diode of output Max. 7 mW, wave length 785 nm, continuous pulse.
Regulatory Information
TOSHIBA is dedicated to preserving the environment by sponsoring Call2Recycle, a program of the
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation. For more information and for drop-off locations, visit
www.rbrc.org or call 1-800-822-8837.
Notice regarding CR coin cell batteries, applicable to California, U.S.A. only: Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.
See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/
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Notice to Users
Before Reading This Manual
Lineup of our manuals
These manuals are provided for the operation of the e-STUDIO182/212/242. Select and read
the manual best suited to your needs. This manual is the Operator’s Manual for Copying
Functions.
Basic functions
Operator’s Manual for Copying Functions (Booklet, This manual)
This manual describes the basic operations, mainly copying functions, of this equipment. It
also describes safety precautions to ensure correct and safe use of this equipment. Be sure to
read this before you use the equipment.
Facsimile functions
The Fax Kit GD-1221 (optional) is necessary for using the Fax functions.
Operator’s Manual for Facsimile Function (Booklet)
This manual describes how to use the Fax functions. Various functions both basic and
advanced regarding Fax transmission/reception are available.
Printing functions
The Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) is necessary for using the printing functions.
Quick Start Guide for Printing Functions (Booklet)
This manual gives basic information regarding the printing functions, such as the GA-1191
accessories, necessary environmental conditions and outline of network connections as well
as troubleshooting. Be sure to read this before using the printing functions.
Network Administration Guide for Printing Functions (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for configuring a network and using the printing functions, such as connecting to a network and setting components.
Setup Guide for Printing Functions (PDF file)
This manual consists of the following two parts.
Control panel:
This part describes how to configure the printer-related settings using the
control panel of the equipment.
TopAccess:
This part describes how to use the co-packed utility “TopAccess”. The settings and management of the equipment can be done using a Web browser.
Printing Guide (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for printing data from a computer, such as the
installation of the client software and the use of the printer driver.
Network Fax Guide (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for sending a Fax from a computer via a network, such as the installation of the client software, use of the N/W-FAX driver and the copacked application software “AddressBook Viewer”.
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Scanning functions
The Scanner Upgrade Kit GA-1201 (optional) is necessary for using the scanning functions.
Quick Start Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual gives the basic information regarding the scanning functions, such as the
GA-1201 accessories, necessary environmental conditions and outline of network connections as well as troubleshooting. Be sure to read this before using the scanning functions.
Network Administration Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for configuring a network and using the scanning functions, such as connecting to a network and setting components.
Setup Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual consists of the following two parts.
Control panel:
This part describes how to configure the scanner-related settings using the
control panel of the equipment.
TopAccess:
This part describes how to use the co-packed utility “TopAccess”. The settings and management of the equipment can be done using a Web browser.
Scanning Guide (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for using the scanning functions, such as the
installation and the use of the TWAIN driver.
To read manuals in the PDF file format
The operator’s manual in the PDF (Portable Document Format) can be displayed/printed using
Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader. If neither is installed in your computer, download one
of them. This can be done via the website of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
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How to read this manual
Symbols in this manual
To ensure correct and safe use of this equipment, this operator’s manual describes safety precautions according to the three levels shown below.
You should fully understand the meaning and importance of these items before reading this
manual.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death, serious injury, or serious damage, or fire in the equipment or surrounding assets.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury, partial damage of the equipment or surrounding
assets, or loss of data.
Indicates information to which you should pay attention when operating the
equipment.
Other than the above, this manual also describes information that may be useful for the operation of this equipment with the following signage:
Describes handy information that is useful to know when operating the equipment.
Pages describing items related to what you are currently doing. See these
pages as required.
Description of original/paper direction
Paper or originals of LT size can be placed either in a portrait direction or in a landscape direction. In this manual, “-R” is added to this paper size when this size of paper or original is placed
in a landscape direction.
e.g.) LT size original on the original glass
Placed in a portrait direction: LT
Placed in a landscape direction: LT-R
Paper or originals of LD or LG size can only be placed in a landscape direction, therefore “-R” is
not added to these sizes.
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Screens
Screens on this manual may differ from the actual ones depending on the use-environment of
the equipment such as the installing status of options.
Trademarks
y Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the brand names and product names of other
Microsoft products are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the US and other countries.
y Adobe, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
y Other company or product names shown in this manual may be a brand name or a trademark of each company.
©2009 - 2011 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved
Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written
permission of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION. No patent liability is assumed, however, with
respect to the use of the information contained herein.
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CONTENTS
Preface...........................................................................................................1
Notice to Users .............................................................................................2
Before Reading This Manual .......................................................................3
TOSHIBA Quality Is Second to None........................................................13
General Precautions...................................................................................16
Disclaimer Notice ....................................................................................... 23
Environmental Information........................................................................24
Chapter 1
PREPARATION
Description of Each Component...............................................................26
Front / Right side .....................................................................................26
Left side / Inner side ................................................................................27
Configuration of options...........................................................................29
Control panel ...........................................................................................30
“Copy mode” main screen ....................................................................... 33
Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON............................................................34
Turning power ON ...................................................................................34
Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode - .........................35
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper.......................................................... 37
Acceptable media types .......................................................................... 37
Recommended paper ..............................................................................38
Placing paper in drawers .........................................................................39
Placing paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) ............43
Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed ...................................47
Registering standard size (LD, LT, LT-R, LG, ST-R)...............................47
Registering other standard sizes .............................................................48
Chapter 2
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Placing Originals ........................................................................................52
Acceptable originals ................................................................................52
Placing originals on the original glass .....................................................53
Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogs .......................54
Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional)...................................................55
Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional)...................................................56
Making Copies ............................................................................................57
Stopping/Resuming copying....................................................................59
Interrupting copying and making another copy - Interrupt copy - ............60
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Using Bypass Tray .....................................................................................61
Bypass copying ....................................................................................... 62
Chapter 3
COPYING FUNCTIONS
Before Making Copies................................................................................66
Default settings........................................................................................66
Confirming set functions .......................................................................... 66
Paper Selection...........................................................................................67
Automatic paper selection (APS).............................................................67
Manual paper selection ...........................................................................68
Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING - ..............70
Zooming In/Out Copy Image......................................................................72
Automatic magnification selection (AMS) ................................................72
Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper ..................74
Specifying reproduction ratio manually....................................................75
Selecting Image Mode................................................................................76
Adjusting Density Level.............................................................................77
Chapter 4
ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copy Menu ..................................................................................................80
Operating in copy menu .......................................................................... 80
Copy function list .....................................................................................81
Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying - .................82
Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION - .........................83
Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT - ..............84
Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT - ....................................86
Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE - ............................................88
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX - .........................................................90
Copying on one side................................................................................91
Copying on both sides .............................................................................92
Copying booklet on both sides ................................................................94
Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE - ....................97
Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION - .......................99
Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD - ............................101
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 - ....................................103
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD - ..........................106
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Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM - ...109
Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY - .................111
Registering combination of functions.....................................................111
Recalling combination of functions ........................................................112
Chapter 5
CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
Before Changing the Settings .................................................................117
Displaying the “user functions mode” main screen................................117
Operating buttons for changing the settings..........................................118
Date and Time ...........................................................................................119
Clock setting ..........................................................................................119
Date and time display ............................................................................121
Display Language Setting........................................................................122
Paper Size Setting ....................................................................................123
Walkup Screen Setting.............................................................................125
Timer Setting.............................................................................................127
Time of automatic function clear............................................................127
Time of automatic low power mode.......................................................128
Time of automatic sleep mode / super sleep mode...............................130
Energy Saving Mode Setting ...................................................................132
Weekly Timer Setting ...............................................................................134
Volume Adjustment..................................................................................137
Touch Key Tone Setting ..........................................................................139
Department Code......................................................................................141
Setting department codes .....................................................................141
Changing department names or codes .................................................145
Deleting department codes....................................................................148
Clearing counter values.........................................................................150
Printing out counter values ....................................................................152
Canceling department management .....................................................153
Menu Customize .......................................................................................155
APS / AMS .................................................................................................157
Image Mode...............................................................................................159
Density Adjustment..................................................................................161
Finishing Mode .........................................................................................163
Pop-Up Display Setting............................................................................165
Various List Printing ................................................................................167
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Menu List Printing ....................................................................................169
ROM Version Display ...............................................................................170
Service Notification ..................................................................................171
Sending an Email ..................................................................................172
Setting Email addresses........................................................................173
Setting the customer information...........................................................174
Chapter 6
TROUBLESHOOTING
When This Message Appears..................................................................178
Paper Jams ...............................................................................................180
Checking position of paper jams ...........................................................180
When paper jams occur frequently........................................................181
When releasing jammed paper..............................................................181
Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
(Lower) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower) ....................182
Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
(Upper) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Upper) ....................184
Paper jams on bypass tray ....................................................................186
Paper jams within Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional).........................186
Paper jam behind transfer unit ..............................................................187
Paper jams within fuser unit ..................................................................188
Paper jams within Paper Feed Unit (optional) .......................................189
Paper jams within Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) ...............................190
Replacing Toner Cartridge ......................................................................192
Before Calling Service Technician..........................................................199
General operation..................................................................................199
Toner-related items ...............................................................................200
Original/Copy paper-related items.........................................................201
Image trouble ........................................................................................201
Chapter 7
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
Daily Inspection ........................................................................................206
Cleaning charger ...................................................................................207
Cleaning transfer charger ......................................................................208
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
e-STUDIO182/212/242 Specifications .....................................................212
Continuous copying speed ....................................................................213
Specifications of Options ........................................................................214
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Packing List ..............................................................................................216
Copying Function Combination Matrix ..................................................217
Combination Matrix 1/2..........................................................................217
Combination Matrix 2/2..........................................................................218
List Print Format.......................................................................................219
Department code list..............................................................................219
Function list ...........................................................................................219
Supply notice list....................................................................................220
Mailbox list.............................................................................................220
Configuration page list...........................................................................221
NIC status page list ...............................................................................221
Menu list ................................................................................................222
INDEX .......................................................................................................................................223
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TOSHIBA Quality Is Second to None
Co-packed toner cartridge
The toner cartridge illustrated below is co-packed with the equipment.
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Recommended toner cartridges
To assure optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only genuine TOSHIBA
toner cartridges.
If you use a TOSHIBA-recommended toner cartridge, you can utilize the following three functions of this equipment:
Cartridge detecting function:
This function checks if the toner cartridge is correctly installed and notifies you if it is not.
Toner remaining check function:
This function notifies you when there is little toner remaining in the cartridge, as well as notifying
it to your authorized service representative automatically by the remote service.
Image quality optimization function:
This function controls image quality according to the characteristics of the toner to be used and
enables you to print images of an optimal quality.
If you are using a toner cartridge other than the one we recommend, the equipment may not be
able to detect whether it is installed or not. Therefore, even if the toner cartridge is correctly
installed, the error message “Toner not recognized” appears on the LCD screen and printing
may not be performed. You may also not be able to utilize the image quality optimization function, the toner remaining check function and the remote service function notifying your authorized service representative automatically.
If you are using a toner cartridge other than the one we recommend, toner is not recognized. If
this is a problem for you, please contact your service representative. Remember you will not be
able to utilize the Toner remaining check function and Image quality optimization function as we
mentioned.
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TOSHIBA Quality Is Second to None
Supplies / Parts
Dependability
Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are subjected to the strictest of inspections so that every supply you
receive will perform at optimal levels.
High Productivity
Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are created to meet the demands of our competitive world and provide high-speed reliable copies when you need them.
Stable Image Quality
Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are designed to provide consistently stable image output.
Copier Friendly Supplies
Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are designed to help to keep the equipment and all its parts in trouble-free working order. Reduction of machine wear is due to TOSHIBA’s intimate knowledge of
the equipment’s characteristics ensuring the highest standard of care.
Perfectly Suited Supplies
From the beginning TOSHIBA supplies and machines were made for each other. Whenever
TOSHIBA designs a new machine, it also designs a new toner that is made just for that
machine. By using genuine TOSHIBA supplies with TOSHIBA equipment, you are guaranteed
optimum performance.
Toner
Optimum Image Quality
TOSHIBA toner is manufactured using ultra-fine quality materials under precisely controlled conditions to ensure that your TOSHIBA equipment will continually generate sharp high-quality
images.
Cost Advantage
Genuine TOSHIBA toner provides value. Only the proper amount of toner is used during the
reproduction process, thereby enabling the machine to continue to operate until all the toner has
been used. In this way you get the full value from each cartridge used.
Environmental Harmony
Genuine TOSHIBA toner is manufactured with the environment in mind. We use embossed or
plastic labels for our toner cartridges making them fully recyclable. In addition, dust and ozone
levels have been reduced to improve the working environment.
User Friendly
Before approving our toners for sale, we test them to be sure that they pass the strictest of
health standards. This takes all the worry out of handling the toner.
General
Service and Support Benefits
TOSHIBA’s Service technicians are certified to keep your equipment performing at optimum levels. To ensure continuous image quality, utilize an authorized TOSHIBA Service provider to care
for and perform periodical maintenance on your equipment.
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General Precautions
When installing or moving
Warning
y This equipment requires 115 V, 12 A, 50/60 Hz electric power.
Do not use a power supply with a voltage other than that specified.
Avoid multiple connections in the same outlet. This could cause a fire or give you an electric
shock. If you are considering increasing the number of outlets, contact an electrician.
y Always connect this equipment to an outlet with a ground connection to avoid the danger of
fire or electric shock in case of short-circuiting. Contact your service representative for the
details. Be sure to use a 3-conductor, grounded wall outlet.
In areas, except the U.S. and Canada, where a 2-pin plug is used, the equipment must be
grounded for safety. Never ground it to a gas pipe, a water pipe, or any other object not suitable for grounding.
y Plug the power cable securely into the outlet. If it is not plugged in properly, it could heat up
and cause a fire or give you an electric shock.
y Do not damage, break or attempt to repair the power cable.
The following things should not be done to the power cable.
- Twisting it
- Bending it
- Pulling it
- Placing anything on it
- Making it hot
- Situating it near radiators or other heat sources
This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock. If the power cable is damaged, contact
your service representative.
y Do not install the equipment by yourself or try to move it once it has been installed. This
could result in an injury or damage to the device. Contact your service representative if the
equipment needs to be installed or moved.
y Pull the plug out from the outlet more than once a year to clean around the prongs. Accumulating dust and dirt could cause a fire due to the heat released by electric leakage.
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General Precautions
Caution
y Avoid placing the equipment in a place unsuitable for its weight and also make sure the surface is level.
Remember that if the equipment falls over, serious injuries could result.
Weight of the equipment: approx. 70.5 lb.
y Be sure to use the adjusters (safety stopper) to fix the equipment firmly to the floor after moving/installing it. Make certain that the equipment is steady. If it moves, it could fall over and
injure someone.
y When removing the plug from the outlet, do not pull the power cable. Always hold the plug
when removing it from the outlet. If the power cable is pulled, the wires may become broken
and this could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.
y Make sure that the ventilation holes are not blocked up.
If the temperature within the equipment becomes too high, a fire could result.
y When connecting the interface cable to the equipment, be sure to turn the power OFF. If the
power is not turned off, you could get an electric shock.
Other points
y The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
y Make sure that there is enough space around the system to facilitate changing of parts,
maintenance and clearing paper jams.
If there is insufficient space, some operations, such as bypass feeding, will become difficult
and the equipment could even break down.
To insure optimal operation, allow clearances of at least 31.5" on the right, and 3.9" on the
left and behind.
3.9"
3.9"
31.5"
y Be sure to fix the power cable securely so that no one trips over it.
y Adverse environmental conditions may affect the safe operation and performance of the
equipment, and the equipment could break down.
- Avoid locations near windows or with exposure to direct sunlight.
- Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
- Avoid too much dust.
- Avoid locations that suffer from vibration.
y Make sure that the air is able to flow freely and that there is sufficient ventilation.
With inadequate ventilation, the unpleasant odor released by the ozone will begin to dominate the atmosphere.
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y Use the antiskid devices to fix the equipment when the Paper Feed Pedestal is installed.
Under the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional), there are 4 antiskid devices and 2 stoppers to
prevent its falling. When moving this equipment, turn them in the direction of the arrows (see
the figures below) and raise them to release the equipment. After it has been moved, be sure
to turn them in the opposite direction and lower them to fix it back in place.
Adjusters
Safety stoppers
y Lock the casters to fix the Desk.
The Desk (optional) has casters underneath. Before moving the Desk, raise the caster lock
to release it. After moving the Desk, be sure to lower the lock to fix it in place.
Do not install the equipment by yourself or try to move it once it has been installed.
This could result in an injury or damage to the device. Contact your service representative if
the equipment needs to be installed or moved.
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General Precautions
When using the equipment
Warning
y Do not take off the cover of the equipment; otherwise you could be injured or get an electric
shock.
y Do not remove or connect the plug with wet hands, as this could give you an electric shock.
y Do not place any container with liquid (flower vases, coffee cups, etc.) on or near the equipment. This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.
y Keep paper clips and staples away from the air vent. If not, a fire could result or you could
get an electric shock.
y If the equipment becomes excessively hot, smoke comes out of it or there is an odd smell or
noise, proceed as follows.
Turn the power OFF and remove the plug from the outlet, then contact your service representative.
y If the equipment will not be used for more than one month, remove the plug from the outlet
for safety purposes during that time.
If an insulation failure occurs, this could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.
Caution
y Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with
force. Breaking the glass could cause personal injury.
y Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the equipment. If the objects fall off, this could
cause injury.
y Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could injure you.
y Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal area around it. Since they are very hot, you could be
burned or the shock could cause you to get your hand injured in the machine.
y Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover. This
could injure you.
y Do not touch the hinge (= a connecting part) on the rear side of the Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional). This could catch and
injure your fingers when you open or close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
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Position of Certification label, etc.
Certification label
Explanatory label
Identification label
Warning label
Warning for high-temperature areas (ventilation holes)
Warning for high-temperature areas (fuser unit)
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Other points
y Do not turn the power OFF with jammed paper left inside the equipment. This could cause
malfunctions when the main switch is turned ON next time.
y Be sure to turn the power OFF when leaving the office or if there is a power failure.
y Be careful because the paper exit area and paper just after exiting are hot.
y Do not place anything other than paper on the receiving tray. This could disturb a normal
operation and cause malfunctions.
y Do not touch the photoconductive drum surface or the transfer charger. This could cause
image problems.
y Do not open/close the covers and the bypass tray, or pull out the drawers during printing.
During maintenance or inspection
Warning
y Never attempt to repair, disassemble or modify the equipment by yourself. You could cause
a fire or get an electric shock.
Always contact your service representative for maintenance or repair of the internal parts of
the equipment.
y Do not let liquids such as water and oil get into the system when cleaning the floor. This
could cause a fire and give you an electric shock.
Caution
y Always keep the plug and outlet clean. Prevent them from accumulating dust and dirt. This
could cause a fire and give you an electric shock due to the heat released by electric leakage.
Other points
y Do not use such solvents as thinner or alcohol when cleaning the surface of the equipment.
- This could warp the shape of the surface or leave it discolored.
- When using a chemical cleaning pad to clean it, pay attention to any cautionary points.
When handling supplies
Warning
y Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges. Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance
with local regulations.
Other points
y Read the operator’s manual carefully to replace the toner cartridge using the correct procedure. An improper procedure could cause toner leakage or scattering.
y Do not open the toner cartridge forcibly. This could cause toner leakage or scattering.
y Keep the toner cartridge out of the reach of children.
y If toner is spilt on your clothes, wash it off with cold water. Your clothes will be stained with
toner and it will not come out if you use warm water.
y If toner leaks from the toner cartridge, be careful not to inhale or touch it.
General Precautions
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First-aid measures
If you inhale or touch toner, etc; carry out the following treatment.
y Inhalation: Remove from exposure area to fresh air immediately. Contact a physician if there is any
difficulty in breathing or other signs of distress.
y Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water. Wash clothing before reuse. If irritation occurs or is persistent, seek medical attention.
y Eye Contact: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists,
call a physician.
y Ingestion: Dilute stomach contents with several glasses of water.
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Disclaimer Notice
The following notice sets out the exclusions and limitations of liability of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION (including its employees, agents and sub-contractors) to any purchaser or user (‘User’)
of the e-STUDIO182/212/242, including its accessories, options and bundled software (‘Product’).
1. The exclusion and limitations of liability referred to in this notice shall be effective to the fullest extent permissible at law. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this notice shall be taken
to exclude or limit TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION’s liability for death or personal injury
caused by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION’s negligence or TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION’s fraudulent misrepresentation.
2. All warranties, conditions and other terms implied by law are, to the fullest extent permitted
by law, excluded and no such implied warranties are given or apply in relation to the Products.
3. TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, claim or damage whatsoever caused by any of the following:
(a) use or handling of the Product otherwise than in accordance with the manuals, including
but not limited to Operator’s Manual, User’s Guide, and/or incorrect or careless handling or
use of the Product;
(b) any cause which prevents the Product from operating or functioning correctly which
arises from or is attributable to either acts, omissions, events or accidents beyond the reasonable control of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION including without limitation acts of God,
war, riot, civil commotion, malicious or deliberate damage, fire, flood, or storm, natural
calamity, earthquakes, abnormal voltage or other disasters;
(c) additions, modifications, disassembly, transportation, or repairs by any person other than
service technicians authorized by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION; or
(d) use of paper, supplies or parts other than those recommended by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION.
4. Subject to paragraph 1, TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION shall not be liable to Customer for:
(a) loss of profits; loss of sales or turnover; loss of or damage to reputation; loss of production; loss of anticipated savings; loss of goodwill or business opportunities; loss of customers; loss of, or loss of use of, any software or data; loss under or in relation to any contract;
or
(b) any special, incidental, consequential or indirect loss or damage, costs, expenses, financial loss or claims for consequential compensation;
whatsoever and howsoever caused which arise out of or in connection with the Product or
the use or handling of the Product even if TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION is advised of the
possibility of such damages.
TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, claim or damage caused by any inability to use (including, but not limited to failure, malfunction, hang-up,
virus infection or other problems) which arises from use of the Product with hardware, goods
or software which TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION has not directly or indirectly supplied.
Disclaimer Notice
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Environmental Information
ENERGY STAR® Program
Toshiba Tec Corporation, as a member of the ENERGY STAR Program, attaches the ENERGY
STAR logo to all products which meet the ENERGY STAR Program requirements.
The ENERGY STAR Program aims at the promotion of the development and wider usage of
office equipment including energy-efficient computers in order to address environmental issues
such as global warming. Manufacturers that participate in this program can attach the ENERGY
STAR logo to products after confirming that they meet the energy saving standards of this program. Also, these standards and logo are commonly used within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and participating countries.
Specified products, sales countries or regions may not be included.
To distinguish whether or not the product meets the ENERGY STAR Program requirements,
check if the corresponding logo is on the product.
If you have any questions, contact your service representative.
Energy saving features
Energy saving features are provided in this product in order to reduce power consumption when
it is not being used.
Low power mode
The equipment automatically enters this mode when a specified period of time*1 has passed
since the last use. “Saving energy” appears on the LCD screen.
Sleep mode / Super sleep mode
The equipment automatically enters this mode when a specified period of time*1 has passed
since the last use.*2, *3 In the sleep mode, “Sleep mode” appears on the LCD screen. In the
super sleep mode, the LCD screen is blank.
*1 The time until entering the low power mode and sleep mode / super sleep mode can be changed.
P.127 “Timer Setting”
*2 For the conditions needed to cancel the sleep mode / super sleep mode, see the following page:
P.36 “Canceling conditions for energy saving mode”
*3 When the Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) is installed, the super sleep mode is disabled.
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Environmental Information
PREPARATION
1.
This chapter describes what you need to know before using this equipment, such as how to turn the power
ON or how to set copy paper.
Description of Each Component ...........................................................................26
Front / Right side...............................................................................................................................26
Left side / Inner side..........................................................................................................................27
Configuration of options ....................................................................................................................29
Control panel.....................................................................................................................................30
“Copy mode” main screen.................................................................................................................33
Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON.........................................................................34
Turning power ON .............................................................................................................................34
Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode -...................................................................35
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper ......................................................................37
Acceptable media types ....................................................................................................................37
Recommended paper........................................................................................................................38
Placing paper in drawers...................................................................................................................39
Placing paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) ......................................................43
Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed ................................................47
Registering standard size (LD, LT, LT-R, LG, ST-R) ..........................................................................47
Registering other standard sizes.......................................................................................................48
1 PREPARATION
Description of Each Component
Front / Right side
1
2
3
13
5
4
12
11
6
10
7
9
8
1. Platen Cover (optional, KA-1650PC)
Place an original on the original glass and start copying with this cover closed.
2. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional, MR-3023) / Automatic Document
Feeder (optional, MR-2020)
A stack of originals placed on this are scanned one sheet after another. Maximum 100
sheets (or stack height 0.62") of originals can be placed in one go. (The maximum number of
sheets can be placed may vary depending on the media type of the originals.) 2-sided originals can be scanned with the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (MR-3023).
P.56 “Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic
Document Feeder (optional)”
P.180 “Paper Jams”
3. Operator’s Manual pocket (Back side)
Keep the Operator’s Manual in this.
4. Side cover
5. Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional, MD-0103)
Install this to make it possible to print on both sides of paper.
6. Bypass tray
Use this to make copies on special media types such as thick paper, overhead transparencies or tracing paper.
P.61 “Using Bypass Tray”
P.180 “Paper Jams”
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Description of Each Component
7. Paper feed cover (Upper: Paper Feed Unit / Lower: Paper Feed Pedestal)
8. Paper size indicator
9. Drawer Module (optional, MY-1028)
Use this to add one more drawer to the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional, KD-1022). The maximum 550 sheets of plain paper (20 lb. bond) can be placed at once.
10. Paper Feed Pedestal (optional, KD-1022)
Use this to add one more drawer to the equipment. Moreover, the Drawer Module (MY-1028)
(9) can add another drawer to it. In one drawer, the maximum 550 sheets of plain paper (20
lb. bond) can be placed at once.
11. Paper Feed Unit (optional, MY-1027)
Use this to add one more drawer to the equipment. A maximum of 250 sheets of plain paper
can be placed in one go.
12. Drawer
Maximum 250 sheets of plain paper can be placed in one go.
13. Front cover
Open this cover when you replace the toner cartridge.
P.192 “Replacing Toner Cartridge”
Left side / Inner side
12
11
1
10
9
2
8
3
7
6
4
5
Description of Each Component
27
1 PREPARATION
1. Original glass
Use this to copy three-dimensional originals, book-type originals and special paper such as
overhead transparencies or tracing paper, as well as plain paper.
P.52 “Placing Originals”
2. Control panel
Use this to perform copying, key in the copy quantity, or set other functions.
P.30 “Control panel”
3. External Keyboard (optional, GJ-1160)
Use this when using the optional scanning and Fax functions to select destinations.
4. Toner cartridge
P.14 “Recommended toner cartridges”
P.192 “Replacing Toner Cartridge”
5. Power switch
Turn the power of the equipment ON or OFF with this.
P.34 “Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON”
6. Paper exit stopper
Use this to prevent the exiting paper from falling. Open this when you make a large amount
of copies on a larger size of paper (e.g. LD, LG).
7. AC-IN terminal
Use this to connect the co-packed power cable and the equipment.
8. USB terminal (4-pin)
With this terminal, the equipment can be connected to your PC using a commercially available USB cable.
y Use a USB2.0 Hi-Speed certified cable: USB cable supporting the USB2.0 Hi-Speed
mode (480 Mbps of transfer speed) certified by the USB Implementers Forum.
y Connect the equipment with a PC directly by the USB cable. When it is connected with a
PC via a USB hub, the equipment may not be recognized.
9. Receiving tray
10. Scanning area
The data of originals transported from the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional,
MR-3023)/Automatic Document Feeder (optional, MR-2020) are scanned here.
P.206 “Daily Inspection”
11. Original scale
Use this to check the size of an original placed on the original glass.
12. Platen sheet
P.206 “Daily Inspection”
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Description of Each Component
Configuration of options
The options listed below are available. Contact your service technician or service representative
for the details.
Platen Cover
(KA-1650PC)
External Keyboard
(GJ-1160)
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(MR-3023)
Automatic Document Feeder (MR-2020)
Network Printer Kit
(GA-1191)
Scanner Upgrade Kit
(GA-1201)
Automatic Duplexing Unit
(MD-0103)
Fax Kit
(GD-1221NA)
Main body
Paper Feed Unit
(MY-1027)
Drawer Module
(MY-1028)
Desk
(MH-1640)
Paper Feed Pedestal
(KD-1022)
Other options
P3fax+ocr (GB-1291): Fax transmission/reception and OCR can be performed directly from a
PC to which the equipment is connected with a USB cable.*1, *2
*1 The Fax Kit GD-1221 (optional) is necessary.
*2 This is not available in equipment in which the Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) is installed.
Description of Each Component
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1 PREPARATION
Control panel
12
3
4
5
25
24
23
6 7
8
22
21
9
20
19 18
10
11
17
16
12 13
15 14
1. APS/AMS selecting button/lamps
Automatic paper selection (APS): The equipment detects the size of original and automatically selects the same size of copy paper.
P.67 “Paper Selection”
Automatic magnification selection (AMS): Set the size of copy paper to be used in
advance. The equipment then detects the size of original and automatically selects the most
suitable reproduction ratio to the copy paper.
P.72 “Automatic magnification selection (AMS):”
2. [MIXED SIZE] button/lamp
Use this to copy originals whose sizes are different.
For the details of the mixed-size copying, see the following page:
P.70 “Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING -”
3. [ENERGY SAVER] button
Use this to let the equipment enter into the energy saving mode when the equipment is not
used.
For the details of the energy saving mode, see the following page:
P.35 “Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode -”
4. [INTERRUPT] button
Use this to interrupt the copy job in process and perform another one (= interrupt copying).
For the details of interrupt copying, see the following page:
P.60 “Interrupting copying and making another copy - Interrupt copy -”
5. [USER FUNCTIONS] button
Use this to change the equipment’s default settings.
For the details of default setting change, see the following page:
P.115 “CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS”
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Description of Each Component
6. [SETTINGS] button
Use this to confirm the copying functions currently set.
P.66 “Confirming set functions”
7. Selecting button A / B / C
Use them to select items or operation in each menu. Items or operation corresponding to
each button appears at the lower section of the LCD screen.
e.g.) “Copy mode” main screen
READY
100%
ZOOM
1
NONSORT
FINISHING
EDIT
P.33 ““Copy mode” main screen”
8. LCD screen
Use this to check each menu and error messages displayed on it.
P.33 ““Copy mode” main screen”
9. Digital keys
Use them to key in any number such as copy quantity.
10. FAX TX/RX lamp
This lamp blinks at the transmission and reception of Fax data.
11. Function switching buttons
Use them to switch functions among copying, printing, scanning and Fax.
To utilize the scanning functions, the Scanner Upgrade Kit (optional) is required.
To utilize the Fax functions, the Fax Kit (optional) is required.
12. [FUNCTION CLEAR] button/lamp
This lamp blinks when copying is finished. Use this button to clear the set copy functions.
13. Contrast adjustment volume
Use this to adjust the brightness level of the LCD screen (8).
14. [CLEAR/STOP] button
Use this to stop the copy job in process or return the copy quantity keyed in to “1”.
15. [START] button
Use this to start copying. Copies can be made when the lamp is lit. It blinks when the equipment is waiting for copying to be started.
For basic copy operations, see the following page:
P.57 “Making Copies”
Description of Each Component
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1 PREPARATION
16. Alarm lamp
This lamp blinks when an error such as paper jams or running out of toner has occurred.
P.178 “When This Message Appears”
17. [DATA] lamp
This lamp blinks while print data or Fax are being received.
18. [CANCEL] button
Use this to cancel the current setting and return to the previous menu.
19. [ENTER] button
Use this to determine items or operation selected in each menu.
20.
/
/
/
(UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT) buttons
Use them to select items you want to set in each menu. The selected item is highlighted.
21. Original mode button/lamps
Use this button to set the image quality of copy according to that of an original.
For the details of image quality, see the following page:
P.76 “Selecting Image Mode”
22. Density adjustment buttons/lamps
Use this button to adjust the density of copy image. The [AUTO] lamp below the
(automatic copy density mode) button is lit when the density is being automatically adjusted.
For the details of density adjustment, see the following page:
P.77 “Adjusting Density Level”
23. [DRAWER] button/lamps
Use this button to select a drawer or the bypass tray to be used as a paper source. The lamp
of the paper source currently selected is lit. The lamp blinks when the selected drawer or tray
is running out of paper.
When paper in the drawer or on the bypass tray has run out, see the following page to add
paper:
P.37 “Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper”
24. [COPY] button/lamps
Use this button to select the size of paper to be used. The lamp of the paper size currently
selected blinks when this size of paper is not placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray.
See the following page for details:
P.68 “Manual paper selection”
25. [ORIGINAL] button/lamps
Use this button to specify the size of an original.
P.74 “Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper”
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Description of Each Component
“Copy mode” main screen
After the power of the equipment is turned ON and the warm-up is finished, the display below is
shown on the LCD screen. This display is called the “copy mode” main screen.
1
2
READY
3
100%
ZOOM
1
NONSORT
FINISHING
5
EDIT
4
This “copy mode” main screen appears by default after turning the power ON. You can display
the main screen for the Fax function or the scanning function instead of the “copy mode” main
screen by changing the default setting.
P.125 “Walkup Screen Setting”
1. Message area
This area displays the current status of this equipment or error messages.
2. Copy quantity
3. Reproduction ratio
4. Selecting button display
This area displays operation corresponding to each selecting button.
ZOOM: Use this to specify the reproduction ratio manually.
P.75 “Specifying reproduction ratio manually”
Custom mode: Use this to recall the copying function registered as a custom function. You
can quickly recall functions frequently used by registering it on the custom mode.
P.155 “Menu Customize”
EDIT: This area displays the copy menu. Use this to recall the desired copying function.
P.80 “Copy Menu”
5. Custom mode setting
This area displays the current setting of the function which has been registered as custom
function.
Description of Each Component
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1 PREPARATION
Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON
Turning power ON
1
Press the power switch to “ ” (ON) side.
The equipment starts warming itself up. The warm-up time takes approx. 25 seconds.
When the warm-up has finished, the equipment is ready for copying. “READY” appears
on the LCD screen.
READY
100%
ZOOM
1
NONSORT
FINISHING
EDIT
If you press the [START] button with an original placed while the warm-up is still continuing, copying automatically starts after it has finished. This is called auto job start. When
the job is reserved, “Auto Start” appears on the LCD screen to show you the current status.
However, this function cannot be accessed while “Please wait” is being displayed
(approx. 15 seconds).
2
The LCD screen below is shown if the equipment is managed under
the department code function. Key in the department code.
Enter DEPARTMENT CODE
100%
ZOOM
NONSORT
FINISHING
1
EDIT
Key in a 5-digit department code, and then press the [ENTER] button. Then the
equipment is ready for copying.
If the department code function is enabled, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button after
any operation has been finished to prevent unauthorized use of the equipment.
For the details of the department code, see the following page:
P.141 “Department Code”
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Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON
Turning power OFF
Press the power switch to “
” (OFF) side.
Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode To reduce power consumption, the equipment automatically enters into the energy saving mode
when a specified period of time has passed since its last use. You can also turn the equipment
into this mode manually.
Types of energy saving mode
There are two types of the energy saving mode as follows.
Sleep mode: The power consumption is 18 W. “Sleep mode” appears on the LCD screen, and
only the [ENERGY SAVER] lamp is lit.
Super sleep mode: The power consumption is 4 W. The LCD screen is blank, and only the
[ENERGY SAVER] lamp is lit.
y Either the sleep mode or the super sleep mode is enabled. The enabled mode and the time
until the mode is entered (Auto sleep time) can be changed.
P.132 “Energy Saving Mode Setting”
y When the Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) is installed, the super sleep mode is disabled.
y There is another one called the low power mode. Since the time until the low power mode is
entered (Auto low power time) and the time until the energy saving mode is entered (Auto
sleep time) work simultaneously, if auto sleep time is set shorter than auto low power time,
the equipment enters into the energy saving mode, but not into the low power mode.
P.24 “Energy saving features”
To turn the equipment into the energy saving mode manually
Check that the equipment is in the ready status, and press the [ENERGY SAVER] button.
The equipment is now in the energy saving mode. The [ENERGY SAVER] lamp is lit.
Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON
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1 PREPARATION
Canceling conditions for energy saving mode
The energy saving mode is canceled under the following conditions. After the warm-up has been
completed, the equipment goes into the ready status.
Sleep mode
y When any of the [ENERGY SAVER] button, the [START] button and the function switching
buttons on the control panel is pressed
y When this equipment is connected to a PC with a USB cable
y When printing is performed from a PC connected with this equipment
y When the Weekly Timer reaches the time for the power to be turned ON
y When Fax data are received
y When the Platen Cover (optional) or the Automatic Document Feeder / Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) is raised
y When originals are placed on the Automatic Document Feeder / Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
Super sleep mode
y When the [ENERGY SAVER] button on the control panel is pressed
y When Fax data are received
y When the Platen Cover (optional) or the Automatic Document Feeder / Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) is raised
If this equipment is connected to your PC with a USB cable, change the setting so that it does
not enter the super sleep mode.
P.132 “Energy Saving Mode Setting”
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Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
Place copy paper in an appropriate paper source before you start copying.
Acceptable media types
Acceptable media types differ depending on its paper source. See the table below for the details.
Feeder
Drawers of
the equipment and
Paper Feed
Unit
(optional)
Drawers of
the Paper
Feed Pedestal
(optional)
Bypass tray
Media type
Paper size
Maximum sheet
capacity *1
Plain paper
(17 - 20 lb. Bond)
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, 13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
250 sheets
(17 lb. Bond)
250 sheets
(20 lb. Bond)
Plain paper
(17 - 20 lb. Bond)
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
550 sheets
(17 lb. Bond)
550 sheets
(20 lb. Bond)
Plain paper
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
100 sheets
(17 lb. Bond)
100 sheets
(20 lb. Bond)
1 sheet
(21 - 28 lb. Bond)
(17 - 20 lb. Bond)*2
THICK PAPER 1
(21 - 28 lb. Bond)*3
THICK PAPER 2
(29 lb. Bond - 90 lb.
1 sheet
(29 lb. Bond - 90
lb. Index)
Index)*3
Tracing paper
1 sheet
(20 lb.)*3
1 sheet
Sticker labels*3
Transparencies
*3, *4
1 sheet
LT only
*1 “Maximum sheet capacity” refers to the maximum number of sheets when TOSHIBA-recommended
paper is used. See the following page for the TOSHIBA-recommended paper:
P.38 “Recommended paper”
*2 The paper of 13 to 16 lb. Bond can be used if it is set on the bypass tray one by one.
*3 Automatic duplex copying is not available.
*4 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other
than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
You cannot mix various paper sizes in one drawer.
Abbreviations for LT format sizes:
LT: Letter, LD: Ledger, LG: Legal, ST: Statement, COMP: Computer
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
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1 PREPARATION
Recommended paper
To ensure the best copy performance, TOSHIBA recommends the paper types listed below. If
you want to use paper other than that we recommend, contact your service technician.
Media type
Product name
Plain paper
TIDAL / Hammermill
20 lb. Bond
THICK PAPER 1
Laser / Hammermill
24 lb. Bond
THICK PAPER 2
Laser / Hammermill
32 lb. Bond
Exact Index / WAUSAU
90 lb. Index
Tracing paper
Tracing paper / Ostrich International
20 lb. Bond only
Sticker labels
5165 / Avery
Transparencies *1
X-10.0 / Folex
*1 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other
than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
Paper types not acceptable
Do not use the types of paper listed below since they may cause paper jams.
y Damp paper
y Creased paper
y Wrinkled paper or paper prone to be curled
y Paper whose surface is extremely smooth or rough
Do not use the types of paper listed below since they may cause an equipment malfunction.
y Paper whose surface is specially treated
y Paper once printed with other copiers or printers
Storing paper
Observe the following cautions when storing copy paper:
y Wrap copy paper in its wrapping paper to prevent it from gathering dust.
y Do not expose copy paper to direct sunlight.
y Store copy paper in a damp-free place.
y Store copy paper on a flat surface to prevent it from being creased or bent.
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Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
Placing paper in drawers
Follow the procedure below to place copy paper in the drawer.
For the acceptable paper, see the following page:
P.37 “Acceptable media types”
1
Turn the power of the equipment ON.
2
Pull out the drawer carefully.
Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop.
3
Press down the paper plate.
Press it down until you hear a click sound and it is no longer lifted up.
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
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1 PREPARATION
4
Pull out the trailing guide (A), and then reinstall the guide at the
position of the desired paper size.
A
The paper size is indicated on the bottom inner surface of the drawer.
5
While pushing the green knob of the side guides fully, widen the
gap between them.
Widen the gap with both hands.
6
40
Place paper in the drawer.
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
y The maximum number of sheets that can be placed at one time is 250 (17 to 20 lb.
Bond). Be sure that the stack height of paper is not higher than the line indicated at
the inner side of the side guide and trailing guide.
P.37 “Acceptable media types”
y Fan the paper well before placing it in the drawer, otherwise multiple feeding could
occur. Be careful that the paper does not cut your fingers.
y Place the paper face up. You may tell its “face” by the note on its wrapping paper.
7
Adjust the side guides to the desired paper size.
Be sure that a gap of approx. 0.02" (less than 0.04" in total) is left between the paper and
each side guide (shown as “A” in the picture). If the gap is inappropriate, this could cause
a paper misfeed.
A
8
Be sure that the stack of paper fits completely under the latches of
the side guides.
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
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1 PREPARATION
9
10
Change the paper size indicator to match the size of paper placed.
Push the drawer straight into the equipment slowly until it comes to
a stop.
Do not let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer.
This could cause injury.
Register the paper size into the equipment.
When you place paper, register the size of the paper into the equipment. Be sure that the
size is registered correctly, or it could cause a paper jam.
For the registration of paper size, see the following page:
P.47 “Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed”
Be sure to register the paper size when you have changed the paper size in the drawer,
as well as when you place paper in the corresponding drawer for the first time.
The registration menu for the paper size can be displayed automatically whenever the
drawer is closed. This is useful when paper in the drawer is often replaced.
P.165 “Pop-Up Display Setting”
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Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
Placing paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal (optional)
Follow the procedure below to place copy paper in the drawers of the Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional).
For the acceptable paper, see the following page:
P.37 “Acceptable media types”
1
Pull out the drawer carefully.
Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop.
2
Pull out the trailing guide while pushing its lower part to the direction of the arrow. Then reinstall the guide at the position of the
desired paper size.
The paper size is indicated on the bottom inner surface of the drawer.
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
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1 PREPARATION
3
Push the right side of the side guide lock to unlock it.
4
While pushing the green knob of the side guides, adjust the side
guides at the position of the desired paper size.
Adjust the side guides with both hands.
5
Place paper in the drawer.
y The maximum number of sheets that can be placed at one time is 550 (20 lb. Bond).
Be sure that the stack height of paper is not higher than the line indicated at the inner
side of the guide.
P.37 “Acceptable media types”
y Fan the paper well before placing it in the drawer, otherwise multiple feeding could
occur. Be careful that the paper does not cut your fingers.
y Place the paper face up. You may tell its “face” by the note on its wrapping paper.
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Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
6
Adjust the side guides.
Be sure that a gap of approx. 0.02" (less than 0.04" in total) is left between the paper and
each side guide (shown as “A” in the picture). If the gap is inappropriate, this could cause
a paper misfeed.
A
7
Push the left side of the side guide lock to lock it.
8
Change the paper size indicator to match the size of paper placed.
Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
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1 PREPARATION
9
Push the drawer straight until it comes to a stop.
Do not let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer.
This could cause injury.
Register the paper size into the equipment.
When you place paper, register the size of the paper into the equipment. Be sure that the
size is registered correctly, or it could cause a paper jam.
For the registration of paper size, see the following page:
P.47 “Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed”
Be sure to register the paper size when you have changed the paper size in the drawer,
as well as when you place paper in the corresponding drawer for the first time.
The registration menu for the paper size can be displayed automatically whenever the
drawer is closed. This is useful when paper in the drawer is often replaced.
P.165 “Pop-Up Display Setting”
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Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper
Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed
When you place paper in a drawer for the first time or when you place paper whose size is different from that of the paper which has been placed in the drawer, the new paper size needs to be
registered into the equipment.
Registration of standard sizes (LD, LT, LT-R, LG, ST-R) differs from that of standard sizes other
than these.
y The paper size can also be registered on the “user functions mode” main screen.
P.123 “Paper Size Setting”
y The registration menu for the paper size can be displayed automatically whenever the
drawer is closed. This is useful when paper in the drawer is often replaced.
P.165 “Pop-Up Display Setting”
Registering standard size (LD, LT, LT-R, LG, ST-R)
In this section, LT size is registered in the drawer of the equipment as an example.
1
Press and hold the [COPY] and [DRAWER] buttons simultaneously
for more than two seconds.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
Select paper size
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EDIT
Press the [DRAWER] button several times until the lamp of the
drawer in which you placed paper is lit.
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1 PREPARATION
3
Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the paper
size you placed in the drawer is lit.
If the [CANCEL] button is pressed at this step, the size is not registered and the
equipment will return to its normal status.
4
Press the [ENTER] button.
The paper size has been registered.
Registering other standard sizes
When standard size paper other than LD, LT, LT-R, LG or ST-R is placed, register this size as
“OTHER” size.
In this section, A4 size is registered in the drawer of the equipment as an example.
1
Press and hold the [COPY] and [DRAWER] buttons simultaneously
for more than two seconds.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
Select paper size
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NONSORT
FINISHING
1
EDIT
Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed
2
Press the [DRAWER] button several times until the lamp of the
drawer in which you placed paper is lit.
3
Press the [COPY] button several times until the [OTHER] lamp is lit.
4
Press the selecting button B or C to select the size of the paper
placed in the drawer. This can also be done with the
or
button.
e.g.) Setting A4 size
Select paper size
5
A3
A4
A4-R
Press the [ENTER] button.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
Select paper size
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FINISHING
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EDIT
Press the [ENTER] button.
The paper size has been registered as “OTHER” size and the equipment will return to its
normal status.
Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed
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HOW TO MAKE COPIES
2.
This chapter describes basic copy operations.
Placing Originals.....................................................................................................52
Acceptable originals ..........................................................................................................................52
Placing originals on the original glass ...............................................................................................53
Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogs.................................................................54
Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) 55
Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) ...........................................................................................................................................56
Making Copies.........................................................................................................57
Stopping/Resuming copying..............................................................................................................59
Interrupting copying and making another copy - Interrupt copy -......................................................60
Using Bypass Tray..................................................................................................61
Bypass copying .................................................................................................................................62
2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Placing Originals
Acceptable originals
Booklets, three-dimensional objects and some types of special media can be placed on the original glass, as well as plain paper. When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, a stack of plain paper originals can be automatically scanned one by one.
Setting position
Original glass
Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder
(optional) / Automatic
Document Feeder
(optional)
Type of originals
Plain paper
Special media
types*2
Booklets
3-dimensional
objects
Plain paper
Maximum
size
Acceptable sizes for autoRemarks
matic size detection*1
11.69" x 17.01" LD, LG, LT, LT-R,
ST-R of standard sizes
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, ST-R
of standard sizes
*3
*4, *5, *6, *7
*1 The automatic size detection function is not enabled for A/B format.
*2 “Special media types” refers to special paper which is not acceptable for the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional), such as overhead transparencies or
tracing paper.
*3 Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) and do not press on it with force.
*4 The equipment detects the COMP size original automatically only when the mixed-size copying mode is
used.
*5 Their paper weight should be between 13.3 lb. and 33.8 lb (in both cases of 1-sided and 2-sided).
*6 Some media types may not be used.
*7 ST size originals must be placed in a landscape direction.
Maximum number of originals scanned in one go
Up to 250 original sheets can be scanned at one time. When the number of sheets to be
scanned exceeds 250 or the built-in memory in the equipment becomes full during the scanning
of the copy job, scanning stops and “Count over” or “Memory is full” appears on the LCD screen.
To copy the data scanned so far, select “Print”. To delete them, select “Cancel job”.
In the following cases, only data deletion is possible. After doing this, perform copying again with
the original divided.
y When sort copying for one set is performed
y When the magazine sort mode is selected
y When non-sort copying is performed (only when the number of sheets to be scanned
exceeds 250)
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Placing originals on the original glass
Plain paper or some special media types which are not acceptable for the Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional), such as overhead transparencies or tracing paper, should be placed on the original glass.
Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) and do not press on it with force.
Breaking the glass could injure you.
1
Raise the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
Raise the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) 60 degrees or more from the equipment to detect the original size.
2
Place the original face down on the original glass and align it
against the left rear corner of the glass.
When copying highly transparent originals
When copying highly transparent originals such as overhead transparencies or tracing
paper, place a blank sheet of paper (A), the same size as the original or larger, over the
original (B).
A
B
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3
Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
carefully.
Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogs
Place a book-type original on the original glass.
Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) and do not press on it with force.
Breaking the glass could injure you.
1
Raise the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
2
Open the desired page of the original and place it face down.
Align it against the left rear corner of the glass.
3
Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
carefully.
y Do not try to lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document
Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) forcibly when the original
is very thick. There will be no problem in copying even if they are not fully lowered.
y Do not look fully at the original glass since intensive light may leak out during copying.
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Placing Originals
Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic
Document Feeder (optional)
When a stack of originals are placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional), the originals are automatically scanned one by one. The
following types of originals are available *1:
Media types
Plain paper
Maximum size
11.69" x 17.01"
Maximum number of
sheets acceptable
100 sheets
(or stack height 0.62")
Paper weight
13.3 - 33.8 lb.
*1 To scan 2-sided originals, the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is required.
y Some media types may not be used.
y The maximum number of sheets acceptable varies depending on the media types of the
originals.
y ST size originals must be placed in a landscape direction.
y Sizes which the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document
Feeder (optional) can detect automatically are LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP and ST-R. (The
equipment detects the COMP size original automatically only when the mixed-size copying
mode is used.)
Precautions for Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
Do not use the following types of original since such types may cause a paper jam or damage to
the equipment:
y Extremely wrinkled, folded or curled ones
y Ones with carbon paper
y Taped, pasted or cut-out ones
y Clipped or stapled ones
y Ones with holes or tears
y Damp ones
y Overhead transparencies or tracing paper
y Coating paper (e.g. coated with wax)
y Ones with many holes punched (e.g. loose leaf paper)
The following types of originals are usable but need extra care:
y Ones which cannot be made to slide with the fingers or whose surface is specially treated
(they may not be able to be separated from each other at feeding)
y Folded or curled ones (should be smoothed out before being used)
When black streaks appear on the copied image
If the scanning area or the guide area is dirty, image problems such as black streaks on the copied image may occur. Weekly cleaning of these areas is recommended.
P.206 “Daily Inspection”
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Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
/ Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
1
Align all the originals.
2
Place them face up and align the side guides to the original length.
y The top sheet of the originals will be scanned first.
y The total sheets of originals placed must not exceed 100 (13.3 to 20 lb.) or the stack
height of the originals must not exceed 0.62" regardless of their sizes.
When placing a large amount of originals with a long width
Pull out the original stopper so that the exiting originals will not fall. When replacing this
stopper, lift it slightly and push it in.
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Placing Originals
Making Copies
Follow the procedure below to make copies.
Various copying functions are available. See the following page for the details:
P.65 “COPYING FUNCTIONS”
P.79 “ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS”
1
Check if paper is placed in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Key in the desired number of copies (= copy quantity) when you
copy more than one set.
For the acceptable types and sizes of paper, see the following pages:
P.37 “Acceptable media types”
P.39 “Placing paper in drawers”
P.43 “Placing paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal (optional)”
For acceptable originals or how to place originals, see the following pages:
P.52 “Acceptable originals”
P.56 “Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional)”
P.53 “Placing originals on the original glass”
P.54 “Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogs”
e.g.) 5 sets
READY
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If you want to correct the copy quantity keyed in, press the [CLEAR/STOP] button, and
then key in the correct number.
4
Select the copy modes as required.
P.65 “COPYING FUNCTIONS”
P.79 “ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS”
Some functions may not be used together with other functions. For the details, see the
following page.
P.217 “Copying Function Combination Matrix”
5
Press the [START] button.
Copying starts. The paper will exit with its copied side down.
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The paper exit area and exiting paper are hot immediately after the exit. Handle them
with care.
When “Next original?” appears
Next original?
YES
NO
This message appears when “SORT” is selected for the exiting method while an original is being
placed on the original glass, or when 2-sided copying is being performed.
Place the next original on the original glass, and then press the [START] or [ENTER] button. The
data of the next original will be scanned. When all the originals have been scanned, select “NO”,
and then press the [START] or [ENTER] button. Copying starts.
When the number of sheets exiting has exceeded 250
To prevent exiting paper from falling off the receiving tray, the equipment causes copying to
pause when approx. 250 sheets of paper have been continuously exited. The LCD screen
shows as follows:
Clear paper output tray:
PRESS START KEY.
Remove the paper from the receiving tray, and then press the [START] button. Copying
resumes.
Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button to end the copy job. “Memory clear?” appears on the LCD
screen. Select “YES”, and then press the [START] or [ENTER] button.
When the paper has run out
When the paper in the drawer has run out during copying, if paper whose size and direction are
the same is in another drawer, it is automatically fed and copying continues to be performed. If
not, copying stops and the following message appears on the LCD screen.
e.g.) Paper in the drawer of the equipment has run out
DRAWER1 empty
Open DRAWER1
Load paper
Close DRAWER1
The [DRAWER] lamp corresponding to the one whose paper has run out blinks.
Add paper to the drawer and press the [START] button. Copying then resumes.
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Making Copies
Stopping/Resuming copying
Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button to stop scanning or copying.
1
Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button during scanning or copying.
Scanning or copying stops, and the LCD screen shows as follows:
Memory clear?
YES
NO
Or
Cancel job?
YES
NO
Press the selecting button C or
and
buttons and select “YES” to end the copy
job. Then press the [START] or [ENTER] button.
2
Press the selecting button C to select “NO” to resume the copy
job. This can also be done with the
or
button. Then press
the [START] or [ENTER] button.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
Press START to resume
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EDIT
Press the [START] button.
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2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Interrupting copying and making another copy - Interrupt copy You can interrupt copying of one job and make another copy job (= interrupt copying). The copy
quantity or functions applied to the interrupted job are stored in the memory of this equipment,
so that you will not need to set them again when the interrupted job resumes.
1
Press the [INTERRUPT] button.
The [INTERRUPT] lamp blinks, and the lamp will be fully lit after a while.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
Job interrupted
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FINISHING
1
EDIT
When the [INTERRUPT] button is pressed during scanning, the [INTERRUPT] lamp
blinks, and then the lamp will be fully lit after the scanning has finished.
2
Replace the original with a new one.
3
Select the copy modes as required, and then press the [START]
button.
Interrupt copying starts.
4
After you have finished interrupt copying, press the [INTERRUPT]
button.
“Ready to resume job” appears, and then the copying status returns to the one before the
interruption.
Even if you do not press the [INTERRUPT] button, a certain time after the interrupt copying has finished, the auto clear function will work and the interrupt mode will automatically be cleared.
5
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Press the [START] button.
The job interrupted will resume.
Making Copies
Using Bypass Tray
Place paper on the bypass tray when you use the following media types as copy paper:
y Thick paper (21 lb. Bond to 90 lb. Index)
y Special media types such as tracing paper, sticker labels or overhead transparencies
y Standard size paper which cannot be placed in the drawers of the equipment and Paper
Feed Unit (optional) (e.g. ST-R)
Using the bypass tray is recommended also for copying on standard-size paper other than those
placed in the drawers. The following sizes are available for bypass copying:
Media type
Plain paper
(17 - 20 lb. Bond)*2
THICK PAPER 1
(21 - 28 lb. Bond)*3
THICK PAPER 2
(29 lb. Bond - 90 lb.
Paper size
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
Maximum sheet
capacity *1
100 sheets (17 lb. Bond)
100 sheets (20 lb. Bond)
1 sheet
(21 - 28 lb. Bond)
1 sheet
(29 lb. Bond - 90 lb. Index)
Index)*3
Tracing paper
1 sheet
(20 lb.)*3
1 sheet
Sticker labels*3
Transparencies*3, *4
LT only
1 sheet
*1 “Maximum sheet capacity” refers to the maximum number of sheets when TOSHIBA-recommended
paper is used. See the following page for the TOSHIBA-recommended paper:
P.38 “Recommended paper”
*2 The paper of 13 to 16 lb. Bond can be used if it is set on the bypass tray one by one.
*3 Automatic duplex copying is not available.
*4 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other
than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
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2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Bypass copying
In this section, the procedure is described with LT size paper placed on the bypass tray as an
example.
1
Place paper straight on the bypass tray face down. Then align the
side guides to the paper length while holding (A).
A
y Up to 100 sheets of plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond) can be set. In this case, make
sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the indicators of the side
guides. If paper other than plain is used, set it one sheet at a time.
y Fan the stack of paper well before placing it on the bypass tray.
y Do not push the paper forcibly into the entrance of the bypass feeder. This could
cause a paper misfeed.
When you place paper of a larger size, pull out the paper holder before you start bypass
copying.
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Using Bypass Tray
2
Check the menu.
If the paper size has already been registered, the following menu is displayed.
In this case, proceed to step 5.
Ready for bypass
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FINISHING
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If the paper size has not been registered, the following menu is displayed.
In this case, proceed to step 3.
Select paper size
3
COMP
13LG
NON_SIZE
Set the paper size.
Press the selecting button B or C to select the size of paper placed in the drawer. This
can also be done with the
e.g.) Setting LT size
or
Select paper size
button. Then press the [ENTER] button.
LD
LG
LT
When the paper is other than standard sizes, select “NON_SIZE”.
4
Set the paper type.
Press the selecting button C to select paper type. This can also be done with the
or
button. Then press the [ENTER] button.
e.g.) Thick paper (21 to 28 lb. Bond)
PAPER TYPE
THICK PAPER1
THICK PAPER2
TRANSPARENCY
You can select the media type from the following four:
THICK PAPER 1: Thick paper (21 to 28 lb. Bond)
THICK PAPER 2: Thick paper (29 lb. Bond to 90 lb. Index), sticker labels
TRANSPARENCY: Overhead transparencies
PLAIN: Plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond), tracing paper
If you select a different media type from the one you placed on the bypass tray, this could
cause a paper jam or the quality of the copied image could be lowered.
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5
Place the original.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying starts.
When you make copies on overhead transparencies using the bypass tray, pick up the
transparencies which have exited onto the receiving tray one by one. If the transparencies pile up, they may become curled and not be good for projection.
When the paper on the bypass tray has run out during copying, copying continues with
the paper of the same size in the drawer as the one on the bypass tray. (If the size of the
paper on the bypass tray has not been registered in advance, however, copying stops. In
this case, add paper to the bypass tray and press the [START] button to resume copying.)
When bypass copying has finished
If the paper on the bypass tray has been removed or used up, bypass feeding will be automatically switched to drawer feeding. The paper size setting for the bypass tray will also be cleared.
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COPYING FUNCTIONS
3.
This chapter describes various functions related to copy operations, such as how to make enlargement or
reduction copies, or how to adjust the quality of copy images.
Before Making Copies ............................................................................................66
Default settings .................................................................................................................................66
Confirming set functions....................................................................................................................66
Paper Selection .......................................................................................................67
Automatic paper selection (APS) ......................................................................................................67
Manual paper selection .....................................................................................................................68
Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING -............................70
Zooming In/Out Copy Image ..................................................................................72
Automatic magnification selection (AMS)..........................................................................................72
Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper ............................................................74
Specifying reproduction ratio manually .............................................................................................75
Selecting Image Mode ............................................................................................76
Adjusting Density Level .........................................................................................77
3 COPYING FUNCTIONS
Before Making Copies
Default settings
Initial settings established when the equipment is powered on before any of the user functions
are changed are called default settings. Each setting returns to its default when the power is
turned ON, when the energy saving mode is canceled, and when the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed.
The default settings of the basic copying functions at the time of the installation are shown
below.
Item
Copy quantity
Paper selection
Reproduction ratio
Image mode
Density adjustment
Contents
Default setting at installation
1 - 999
Automatic paper selection (APS), Manual paper selection
25 - 200%
TEXT/PHOTO, PHOTO, TEXT
Automatic copy density mode, Manual
copy density mode
1
Automatic paper selection (APS)
100%
TEXT/PHOTO
Automatic copy density mode
The default settings above can be changed. For the details, see the following page:
P.115 “CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS”
Confirming set functions
Press the [SETTINGS] button to confirm the set functions.
The current settings and functions set appear on the LCD screen.
NONSORT
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Press the selecting button B or C to display all the settings so that the display will be switched to
the next one. This can also be done with the
tion, press the [SETTINGS] button again.
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Before Making Copies
or
button. After you finished the confirma-
Paper Selection
You can select the size of copy paper in two ways; one is automatic paper selection in which the
equipment automatically selects copy paper of the same size as the original, and the other is
manual paper selection in which you can select the desired paper size manually.
Automatic paper selection (APS):
The equipment detects the size of the original placed and automatically selects copy paper of
the same size as the original.
The following sizes of originals are available:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, ST-R (The COMP size paper can be used only when the mixed-size
copying mode is used.)
Manual paper selection:
You can select the desired size of copy paper manually. This function can be used in a case the
APS cannot be used, such as when originals are non-standard sizes or overhead transparencies.
Automatic paper selection (APS)
When you place a standard size original, the equipment detects its size and automatically
selects copy paper of the same size as the original.
The following sizes of originals are available:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, ST-R (The COMP size paper can be used only when the mixed-size
copying mode is used.)
The equipment may not be able to correctly detect the size of the originals listed below. Use
manual paper selection for the following originals:
y Highly transparent ones (e.g. overhead transparencies, tracing paper)
y Wholly dark ones or ones with dark borders
y Non-standard size ones (e.g. newspapers, magazines)
P.68 “Manual paper selection”
1
Place paper in the drawer.
Register the size of the paper into the equipment in advance.
P.47 “Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed”
2
Place the original.
Paper Selection
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3 COPYING FUNCTIONS
3
Press the APS/AMS selecting button and select APS. (The APS
lamp is lit.)
y The default setting at the installation is APS.
y If the direction of paper in the drawer differs from that of originals, the image of the
original can be copied being rotated by 90 degrees, as long as their sizes are the
same (LT only).
4
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Manual paper selection
Select the paper size with this method when you use the following originals whose sizes may not
be detected correctly with automatic paper selection:
y Highly transparent ones (e.g. overhead transparencies, tracing paper)
y Wholly dark ones or ones with dark borders
y Non-standard size (e.g. newspapers, magazines)
In this method, if the desired size of copy paper is not placed in the drawer, replace the paper
already placed in the drawer with the desired one, or place the desired size of paper on the
bypass tray.
P.39 “Placing paper in drawers”
P.61 “Using Bypass Tray”
1
2
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Place paper in the drawer.
Place the original.
Paper Selection
3
Press the [DRAWER] button several times until the lamp of the
desired drawer is lit.
e.g.) Selecting the drawer of the equipment
4
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Paper Selection
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3 COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING When different sizes of originals are mixed and placed on the Reversing Automatic Document
Feeder (optional), some combinations of sizes can be copied in one go. The combination of LD
and LT, or LG and LT-R is available.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
Bypass copying is disabled. Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional).
3
Press the [MIXED SIZE] button.
The mixed-size copying mode is set and the [MIXED SIZE] lamp is lit.
The equipment is switched to the automatic paper selection mode and the [APS] lamp is
lit. When copying in the automatic paper selection mode, step 4 is not necessary. In this
case, proceed to step 5.
In the automatic paper selection mode, a copy is made on copy paper of the same size
as the original. Place paper whose sizes are the same as those of the originals in the corresponding drawers in advance.
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Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING -
4
If you want to copy all the originals on the same size paper, press
the [DRAWER] button to select the drawer.
e.g.) Selecting the drawer of the equipment
5
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying starts.
When “Change direction ORG” appears
The originals are not placed in a correct direction. Press the [ENTER] button to exit the
original. Then place it by rotating 90 degrees and resume copying.
When the copying has finished, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button.
Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING -
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Zooming In/Out Copy Image
You can set the reproduction ratio of the copy image in the following three ways:
Automatic magnification selection (AMS):
Specify the size of the copy paper in advance. As the original is placed, the equipment then
detects the size of the original and sets the reproduction ratio most suited to the size of copy
paper automatically.
The following sizes of originals are available:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, ST-R
Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper:
When you specify the sizes of both the original and the copy paper, the equipment automatically
sets the reproduction ratio most suited to both of these sizes. This function can be used in case
the AMS cannot be used, such as when originals are overhead transparencies.
Specifying reproduction ratio manually:
Specify the reproduction ratio manually from 25% to 200%.
The reproduction ratio can be set in the horizontal and vertical direction separately. In this case,
select XY zoom function in the copy menu.
P.109 “Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM -”
Automatic magnification selection (AMS)
Specify the copy paper size to be used in advance. The equipment then detects the size of the
original and automatically sets the most suitable reproduction ratio for the size of copy paper, as
the original is placed.
The following sizes of originals are available:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, ST-R
Automatic magnification selection (AMS) may not work correctly for the size of originals listed
below. Use other methods to set the reproduction ratio for the following originals:
y Highly transparent ones (e.g. overhead transparencies, tracing paper)
y Wholly dark ones or ones with dark borders
y Non-standard size (e.g. newspapers, magazines)
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Zooming In/Out Copy Image
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired
paper size is lit.
e.g.) Selecting LT size
You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same procedure.
3
Press the APS/AMS selecting button until the AMS lamp is lit.
4
5
Place the original.
The reproduction ratio on the “copy mode” main screen will be changed to “AMS”.
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying is performed with the most suitable reproduction ratio for the specified paper
size.
When “Change direction ORG” appears
The direction of the original placed is not correct. Press the [ENTER] button to exit the original.
Then place it by rotating 90 degrees and resume copying.
Zooming In/Out Copy Image
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3 COPYING FUNCTIONS
Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Press the [ORIGINAL] button several times until the lamp of the
desired original size is lit.
e.g.) Selecting LG for the original
4
Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired
paper size is lit.
e.g.) Selecting LT for copy paper
y You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same procedure.
y When standard size paper other than LD, LT, LT-R, LG or ST-R is placed, register this
size as “OTHER” size in advance.
P.48 “Registering other standard sizes”
The most appropriate reproduction ratio for both the sizes of the original and the copy
paper is set.
5
74
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Zooming In/Out Copy Image
Specifying reproduction ratio manually
1
2
3
Place paper in the drawer.
Place the original.
Press the selecting button A.
The LCD screen shows as follows:
ZOOM
100%
4
100%
25% ---- 200%
+
Press the selecting button B (–) or C (+) to set the desired reproduction ratio.
One press of each button increases or decreases the reproduction ratio by 1%. When
you keep pressing either of them, the reproduction ratio also keeps changing. The
reproduction ratio can be set from 25% to 200%.
Press the selecting button A to return it to 100%.
5
6
Press the [ENTER] button.
The reproduction ratio is set.
Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired
paper size is lit.
e.g.) Selecting LT for copy paper
y You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same procedure.
y When standard size paper other than LD, LT, LT-R, LG or ST-R is placed, register this
size as “OTHER” size in advance.
P.48 “Registering other standard sizes”
7
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Zooming In/Out Copy Image
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Selecting Image Mode
You can select the most suitable quality of the copied image in the following three modes
depending on the originals:
TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed
PHOTO: Originals with photographs
TEXT: Originals with text only or with text and fine illustrations only
“TEXT/PHOTO” is set by default at the installation of the equipment.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Press the original mode button until the lamp of the desired mode
is lit.
e.g.) Original with photographs
4
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Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Selecting Image Mode
Adjusting Density Level
The automatic copy density mode, which automatically selects the most suitable density level for
the copied image by detecting that of the original, is set by default at the installation of the equipment. You can also adjust the density level as desired manually (=manual copy density mode) in
the following procedure:
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Press the density adjustment buttons (
to adjust the density to the desired level.
(light) or
(dark))
The density level can be set within 7 stages. One press of each button increases or
decreases the density level by one stage. When you keep pressing either of them, the
density level also keeps changing.
4
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
To return it to the automatic copy density mode
Press the
(AUTO) button.
Adjusting Density Level
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ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
4.
This chapter describes some useful copying functions, such as how to copy more than one page into a single
sheet of paper or how to print date and time on copy paper.
Copy Menu...............................................................................................................80
Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying -...............................82
Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION - .......................................83
Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT - ............................84
Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT - ..................................................86
Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE -..........................................................88
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX - ......................................................................90
Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE - .................................97
Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION - .....................................99
Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD - .........................................101
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 -..................................................103
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD -........................................106
Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM -.................109
Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY - ............................... 111
4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copy Menu
This equipment provides you of many convenient copying functions. When you press the selecting button C on the “copy mode” main screen, the copy menu appears. Select the desired function in this menu.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
More than one copying function can be used together. However, some combinations of functions
are disabled. For the details of the disabled combinations, see the following page:
P.217 “Copying Function Combination Matrix”
Operating in copy menu
When you select the desired function in the menu, press
,
,
and
buttons or the
selecting buttons A, B and C. In this section, the procedure for selecting the XY zoom function
using the selecting buttons A, B and C is explained as an example.
1
Select the column, in which the desired function is located, with the
selecting buttons A, B and C.
e.g.) Press the selecting button C to select “XY ZOOM”.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
A
2
B
C
Press the same selecting button for several times until you select
the desired function.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
3
80
Copy Menu
Press the [ENTER] button.
The function setting screen appears. Perform the setting by following the instructions
displayed on the screen.
Copy function list
The copying functions displayed on the copy menu are shown below.
Function
Description
FINISHING
( P.82, P.83,
P.84)
Selects finishing modes for paper copied and exited to the receiving tray.
SORT: Exited in the same order as originals in each set.
NONSORT: Exited without being sorted.
ALTERNATION: Exited while they are being sorted and rotated alternately one
set by one.
MAGAZINE SORT: Exited in a booklet-type page arrangement.
IMAGE SHIFT
( P.86)
Makes a binding margin on copy paper. The margin width can be set between 4
mm and 15 mm (0.16" and 0.59").
LEFT MARGIN: Makes a binding margin on the left side of paper.
RIGHT MARGIN: Makes a binding margin on the right side of paper.
EDGE ERASE
( P.88)
Makes a margin along the edge of copy paper. The margin width can be set
between 4 mm and 15 mm (0.16" and 0.59").
PAPER TYPE
( P.61)
Selects the media type of copy paper. This function is available only in the
bypass copying.
THICK PAPER1: Thick paper 1 (21 - 28 lb. Bond)
THICK PAPER2: Thick paper 2 (29 lb. Bond - 90 lb. Index), sticker labels
TRANSPARENCY: Overhead transparencies
PLAIN: Plain paper (17 - 20 lb. Bond), tracing paper
DUPLEX
( P.90)
Selects whether originals and copy paper are 1-sided or 2-sided.
1>1 SIMPLEX: 1-sided original to 1-sided copy
1>2 DUPLEX: 1-sided original to 2-sided copy
2>2 DUPLEX: 2-sided original to 2-sided copy
2>1 SPLIT: 2-sided original to 1-sided copy
BOOK > 2: Booklet-type original to 2-sided copy
DUAL PAGE
( P.97)
Makes copies of the double-page spread of a booklet. The right and left pages
are copied separately. The book margin width can be set between 8 mm to 30
mm (0.31" and 1.18").
ANNOTATION
( P.99)
Prints page numbers, date and time.
PAGE NUMBER: Prints page numbers.
Page, Date&Time: Print page numbers, date and time.
JOB BUILD
( P.101)
Scans and copies originals made of several jobs (= stacks). Settings and scanning methods can be changed for each job. When all the originals have been
scanned, they are copied in one go.
2IN1/4IN1
( P.103)
Makes copies of 2 or 4 pages of originals into 1 page by reducing their reproduction ratio.
2IN1: Makes copies of 2 pages into 1 page.
4IN1: Makes copies of 4 pages into 1 page.
ID CARD
( P.106)
Makes copies of the both sides of a card into 1 page of LT paper.
XY ZOOM
( P.109)
Selects the reproduction ratio in the horizontal and vertical directions separately.
JOB MEMORY
( P.111)
Registers the combination of functions used frequently and recall it as required.
RECALL: Recalls the combination of functions registered.
MEMORY: Registers the combination of functions.
Copy Menu
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Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying When you make several sets of copies, the copies can be made to exit in the same order as the
originals in each set. This is called sort copying.
Copied and sorted in 2 sets
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
3
3
Copied in 2 sets without being sorted
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
1
2
Place paper in the drawer.
Place the original.
When originals are placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional), this
function is automatically set. In this case, proceed to step 5.
3
Select “FINISHING” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select “SORT”, and then press the [ENTER] button.
FINISHING
SORT
NONSORT
ALTERNATION
The sort copying is set.
5
82
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying -
Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION When you make several sets of copies, the copies can be sorted and made to exit alternately
one set by one. This is called alternation. You need to place copy paper in one drawer in a landscape direction and place that of the same size in another drawer in a portrait direction in
advance.
LT size is available for this function.
1
2
3
Place paper in the drawer.
4
Select “FINISHING” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
Place the original.
Key in the desired number of copies.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
5
Select “ALTERNATION”, and then press the [ENTER] button.
FINISHING
SORT
NONSORT
ALTERNATION
The alternation is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT The copies can be made to exit in a booklet-type page arrangement. This is called magazine
sort. You can make a booklet by folding and binding the stack of copied paper at its center.
1
2
3
12
1
10
3
8
5
12
y LD, LG and LT-R sizes are available for this function.
y The Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is required.
y This function cannot be used together with the image shift.
P.86 “Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT -”
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
3
Place the original.
Select “FINISHING” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select “MAGAZINE SORT”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
FINISHING
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NONSORT
ALTERNATION
MAGAZINE SORT
Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT -
5
Select the duplex copying mode most suited to the original, and
then press the [ENTER] button.
1>2: When originals are 1-sided
2>2: When originals are 2-sided
MAGAZINE SORT
1>2
2>2
The magazine sort is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT You can make a margin on copy paper by shifting the whole paper to the right or left. The margin
can be used for punching holes or stapling.
y When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equipment in
advance.
y This function cannot be used together with the magazine sort.
P.84 “Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT -”
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Select “IMAGE SHIFT” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select whether you make a margin on the right or left side of the
paper, and then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
LEFT MARGIN: The margin will be made on the left.
RIGHT MARGIN: The margin will be made on the right.
IMAGE SHIFT
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LEFT MARGIN
RIGHT MARGIN
OFF
Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT -
5
Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button.
The margin width can be set between 4 mm and 15 mm (0.16" and 0.59").
RIGHT MARGIN
7mm
4mm ---- 15mm
+
The image shift is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT -
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Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE When you make copies of thick objects such as books, the edge of copied image may be darkened by shadow. When you use this copied image as an original, you can erase this shadow
and make a margin only on the edge of paper with this function.
y Only standard size originals are available.
y When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equipment in
advance.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Select “EDGE ERASE” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select “ON”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
EDGE ERASE
ON
OFF
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Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE -
button.
5
Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button.
The margin width can be set between 4 mm and 15 mm (0.16" and 0.59").
EDGE ERASE
7mm
4mm ---- 15mm
+
The edge erase is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX You can select whether originals and paper are 1-sided or 2-sided individually. You can make
copies of 1-sided originals into the both sides of paper so that you can save paper. Also you can
copy a book into the both sides of paper so that you can make another book.
1>1 SIMPLEX (
2>1 SPLIT (
90
P.91)
P.91)
1>2 DUPLEX (
P.92)
2>2 DUPLEX (
P.92)
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
BOOK > 2 (
P.94)
-3-1-31
-12-
-12-
-15-
-13- -13-
-15-
y To scan 2-sided originals automatically, the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) is required.
y To copy on the both sides of paper, the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is required.
Copying on one side
You can copy 1-sided or 2-sided originals on the one side of paper.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
2
Place the original.
3
Select “DUPLEX” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select the duplex copying mode, and then press the [ENTER] button.
1>1 SIMPLEX: 1-sided original to 1-sided copy
2>1 SPLIT: 2-sided original to 1-sided copy
DUPLEX
2>2 DUPLEX
2>1 SPLIT
BOOK > 2
The mode of duplex copying is set.
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
5
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying starts.
6
Place the next original if you are using the original glass, select
“YES”, and then press the [ENTER] button. Repeat this procedure
until all the originals are scanned.
You can press the [START] button instead of selecting “YES”.
Next original?
YES
NO
When all the originals have been scanned
Select “NO” and then press the [ENTER] button.
Copying on both sides
You can copy 1-sided or 2-sided originals on the both side of paper.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
Use plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond).
2
Place the original.
3
Select “DUPLEX” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
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Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
4
Select the duplex copying mode, and then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
1>2 DUPLEX: 1-sided original to 2-sided copy
2>2 DUPLEX: 2-sided original to 2-sided copy
DUPLEX
5
1>1 SIMPLEX
1>2 DUPLEX
2>2 DUPLEX
Select the finishing mode, and then press the [ENTER] button.
BOOK TYPE: Open to left
TABLET TYPE: Open to top
DUPLEX
BOOK TYPE
TABLET TYPE
The mode of duplex copying is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying starts.
7
Place the next original if you are using the original glass, select
“YES”, and then press the [ENTER] button. Repeat this procedure
until all the originals are scanned.
You can press the [START] button instead of selecting “YES”.
Next original?
YES
NO
When all the originals have been scanned
Select “NO” and then press the [ENTER] button.
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copying booklet on both sides
You can copy booklet-type originals such as books or catalogs on the both sides of paper, as in
the same manner as the original.
1
Place paper in the drawer.
y Use plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond).
y LT size is available.
2
3
Press the [DRAWER] button to select the paper source to use.
Select “DUPLEX” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Select “BOOK > 2”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
ton.
DUPLEX
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Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
2>2 DUPLEX
2>1 SPLIT
BOOK > 2
but-
5
Select whether the beginning page of the copy is the right or left
page, and also select whether the ending page is the right or left
page. Then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
Select among “RIGHT > RIGHT”, “RIGHT > LEFT”, “LEFT > LEFT” and “LEFT > RIGHT”.
BOOK > 2
RIGHT > RIGHT
RIGHT > LEFT
LEFT > LEFT
e.g.) Copy begins with page 2 and ends with page 6: “LEFT > LEFT”
2
6
3
6
7
Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button.
The margin width can be set between 8 mm and 30 mm (0.31" and 1.18").
BOOK MARGIN
15mm
8mm ---- 30mm
+
The mode of duplex copying is set.
Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
7
Place the original, and then select other copy modes as required.
Then press the [START] button.
Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) and do not press on it with force.
Breaking the glass could injure you.
Scanning starts.
8
Open the next page and place the original, select “YES”, and then
press the [ENTER] button. Repeat this procedure until the last page
to be copied is left.
You can press the [START] button instead of selecting “YES”.
Next original?
YES
YES(SINGLE)
When copying the last page
If the last page is 1-sided, select “YES (SINGLE)” and then press the [ENTER] button. If
it is 2-sided, select “YES” and then press the [ENTER] button.
When all the originals have been scanned
Select “NO” and then press the [ENTER] button.
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Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX -
Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE When you place a booklet-type original on the original glass while it is being opened, the right
and left pages of the opened section can be copied separately on different paper. Also, when the
Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed, they can be copied on both sides of paper. You
do not need to move the original on the original glass.
2
3
2
3
y LT size is available for this function.
y When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equipment in
advance.
1
2
Place paper in the drawer.
Place an original.
Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) and do not press on it with force.
Breaking the glass could injure you.
3
Select “DUAL PAGE” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE -
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4
Select “ON”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
DUAL PAGE
ON
OFF
5
Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button.
The margin width can be set between 8 mm and 30 mm (0.31" and 1.18").
BOOK MARGIN
15mm
8mm ---- 30mm
+
The dual page is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying starts.
7
Place the original again after turning a page, select “YES”, and then
press the [ENTER] button. Repeat this procedure until all the originals are scanned.
You can press the [START] button instead of selecting “YES”.
Next original?
YES
NO
When all the pages are scanned
Select “NO” and then press the [ENTER] button.
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Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE -
Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION You can print page numbers, date and time on copied paper. As shown below, the printing position of page number, time, date, etc. when an original is placed on the Automatic Document
Feeder / Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (both optional) is different from that when the
original glass is used.
APR-10-2006 09:30AM
P.001
When the original is placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder /
Automatic Document Feeder (both optional)
When the original is placed on the original glass
APR-10-2006 09:30AM
P.001
1
2
3
Place paper in the drawer.
Place the original.
Select “ANNOTATION” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
4
Select the item to print, and then press the [ENTER] button.
PAGE NUMBER: Page numbers
Page, Date&Time: Page numbers, date and time
ANNOTATION
PAGE NUMBER
Page,Date&Time
OFF
The annotation is set.
5
100
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION -
Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD This function is useful for originals consisting of several jobs (= stacks). You can change settings
and scanning methods for each job, and when all the originals have been scanned under the different settings, they are copied in one go. A maximum of 250 pages can be handled in one go,
and a maximum of 5 jobs can be scanned.
The setting of the density level, original mode and edge erase can be changed for each job.
Some functions cannot be used together with this function or may have some restrictions.
When the following functions are set for the first job, they are also set for the rest:
Paper size selection, Finishing modes, Image shift
Functions not available:
Mixed-size copying, APS, Copying booklet on both sides (“BOOK>2”), Specifying reproduction
ratio manually, XY zoom, Magazine sort, Dual page, 2IN1/4IN1, ID card, Annotation
1
2
3
Place paper in the drawer.
Set copy quantities.
Select “JOB BUILD” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
4
Select “ON”, press the [ENTER] button, and then the [CANCEL] button.
JOB BUILD
ON
OFF
The job build function is set and the LCD screen shows as follows:
READY
(JOB BUILD)
AMS
SORT
ZOOM
FINISHING
1
EDIT
5
Place the first job of the originals.
6
Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START]
button.
Scanning starts. When the scanning is finished, the LCD screen shows as follows:
JOB BUILD
Scan next page
End job build
7
Place the next job.
8
When all the originals have been scanned, select “End job build”,
and then press the [ENTER] button.
Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all the jobs are scanned.
JOB BUILD
Scan next page
End job build
Copying starts.
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Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD -
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 2 or 4 pages of originals can be copied into 1 page by reducing their reproduction ratio. When
the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is used, maximum 8 pages can be copied in 1 sheet,
using its both sides.
2IN1
4IN1
2IN1 DUPLEX (a: Side 1, b: Side 2)
y When a copy is turned with the line as a pivot, originals are printed on Side 2 (back face) as
shown.
a
a
b
b
4IN1 DUPLEX (a: Side 1, b: Side 2)
y When a copy is turned with the line as a pivot, originals are printed on Side 2 (back face) as
shown.
a
b
a
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 -
b
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
1
Place paper in the drawer.
When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equipment in advance.
2
Select “2IN1/4IN1” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
3
Select either of 2IN1 or 4IN1, and then press the [ENTER] button or
button.
2IN1: 2 pages of originals to 1 page of copy
4IN1: 4 pages of originals to 1 page of copy
2IN1/4IN1
4
2IN1
4IN1
OFF
Select the duplex copying mode, and then press the [ENTER] button.
When you select a mode other than “1>1 SIMPLEX”, the
of the [ENTER] button.
1>1 SIMPLEX: 1-sided original to 1-sided copy
1>2 DUPLEX: 1-sided original to 2-sided copy
2>2 DUPLEX: 2-sided original to 2-sided copy
2>1 SPLIT: 2-sided original to 1-sided copy
2IN1
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1>1 SIMPLEX
1>2 DUPLEX
2>2 DUPLEX
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 -
button can be used instead
5
Select the finishing mode, and then press the [ENTER] button.
BOOK TYPE: Open to left
TABLET TYPE: Open to top
DUPLEX
BOOK TYPE
TABLET TYPE
When “1>1 SIMPLEX” is selected in step 4, this procedure is not necessary.
The 2IN1 / 4IN1 is set.
6
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD The both sides of a card-sized original can be copied into one side of LT paper. This function is
useful when you need to copy massive amounts of 2-sided cards.
Front side
1
Back side
Place paper in the drawer.
LT and LT-R sizes are available.
2
Select “ID CARD” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
3
Select “ON”, and then press the [ENTER] button.
ID CARD
ON
OFF
The ID card function is set.
4
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Raise the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD -
5
Place a card original on the original glass.
Place the card face down, aligning and pushing it to the left rear corner of the original
glass.
The portion of an original which is on the upper and left edges (width of approx. 0.08") of
the original glass may not be copied. Place an original away from both edges, if you want
to copy the whole of the original.
6
Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
carefully.
7
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
The scanning of its top side starts. The LCD screen shows as follows:
Set back of ID CARD
100%
ZOOM
SORT
FINISHING
1
EDIT
8
Raise the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
9
Turn over the card and place it on the original glass again.
Align and push it to the left rear corner of the original glass.
The portion of an original which is on the upper and left edges (width of approx. 0.08") of
the original glass may not be copied. Place an original away from both edges, if you want
to copy the whole of the original.
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
108
10
Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
carefully.
11
Press the [START] button.
Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD -
Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM You can select each reproduction ratio of the horizontal (X) and vertical (Y) directions separately.
Y
Y
X
X
1
2
Place paper in the drawer.
3
Select “XY ZOOM” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
Place the original.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
4
Press the selecting button B (–) or C (+) to set the desired reproduction ratio.
One press of each button increases or decreases the reproduction ratio by 1%. When
you keep pressing either or them, the reproduction ratio also keeps changing. The
reproduction ratio can be set from 25% to 200%.
The direction can be switched with the selecting button A (X/Y).
XY ZOOM
X:120%
Y: 80%
25% ---- 200%
X/Y
+
5
Press the [ENTER] button.
6
Press the [CANCEL] button.
The reproduction ratios are set.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
7
Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired
paper size is lit.
e.g.) Selecting LT for copy paper
y You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same procedure.
y When standard size paper other than LD, LT, LT-R, LG or ST-R is placed, register this
size as “OTHER” size in advance.
P.48 “Registering other standard sizes”
8
110
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM -
Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY You can register the combination of functions frequently used, and recall it as required. The
combinations once registered will not be deleted by turning the power of the equipment OFF. Up
to 4 combinations of functions can be registered.
• Reproduction ratio: 85%
• Copy quantity: 20
• Copy density: Automatic
• Paper size: LT-R
MEMORY
RECALL
• Reproduction ratio: 85%
• Copy quantity: 20
• Copy density: Automatic
• Paper size: LT-R
The functions available are shown below.
Original size, APS/AMS, Mixed-size copying, Reproduction ratio, Image mode, Copy density,
Finishing modes, Image shift, Edge erase, Paper type, Duplex, Dual page, Annotation, Job
build, 2IN1/4IN1, XY zoom
Registering combination of functions
1
Set all functions you want to register.
2
Select “JOB MEMORY” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
e.g.) Reproduction ratio: 85%, copy qty.: 20, density: automatic density mode, paper size:
LT-R
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
3
Select “MEMORY”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
ton.
but-
JOB MEMORY
RECALL
MEMORY
Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY -
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4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS
4
Select among “MEMORY1”, “MEMORY2”, “MEMORY3” and
“MEMORY4”. Then press the [ENTER] button.
e.g.) Selecting “MEMORY4”
MEMORY
MEMORY2
MEMORY3
MEMORY4
A mark on the left end of the memory name indicates that the combination of functions
has already been registered to the memory. When you select a memory number already
registered, the memory content will be overwritten.
The combination of the functions has been registered.
Recalling combination of functions
1
Select “JOB MEMORY” in the copy menu, and then press the
[ENTER] button.
FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1
IMAGE SHIFT DUAL PAGE ID CARD
EDGE ERASE ANNOTATION XY ZOOM
PAPER TYPE JOB BUILD JOB MEMORY
2
Select “RECALL”, and then press the [ENTER] button or
JOB MEMORY
RECALL
MEMORY
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Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY -
button.
3
Select among “MEMORY1”, “MEMORY2”, “MEMORY3” and
“MEMORY4”. Then press the [ENTER] button.
e.g.) Selecting “MEMORY4”
RECALL
MEMORY2
MEMORY3
MEMORY4
A memory to which the combination of functions has already been registered has a mark
on the left end of the memory name.
The combination of the functions is recalled.
4
Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the
[START] button.
Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY -
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CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
5.
This chapter describes how to change each setting of this equipment.
Before Changing the Settings .............................................................................117
Displaying the “user functions mode” main screen ......................................................................... 117
Operating buttons for changing the settings ................................................................................... 118
Date and Time .......................................................................................................119
Clock setting.................................................................................................................................... 119
Date and time display......................................................................................................................121
Display Language Setting ....................................................................................122
Paper Size Setting.................................................................................................123
Walkup Screen Setting .........................................................................................125
Timer Setting .........................................................................................................127
Time of automatic function clear .....................................................................................................127
Time of automatic low power mode ................................................................................................128
Time of automatic sleep mode / super sleep mode ........................................................................130
Energy Saving Mode Setting ...............................................................................132
Weekly Timer Setting............................................................................................134
Volume Adjustment ..............................................................................................137
Touch Key Tone Setting .......................................................................................139
Department Code ..................................................................................................141
Setting department codes ...............................................................................................................141
Changing department names or codes ...........................................................................................145
Deleting department codes .............................................................................................................148
Clearing counter values ..................................................................................................................150
Printing out counter values..............................................................................................................152
Canceling department management ...............................................................................................153
Menu Customize ...................................................................................................155
APS / AMS..............................................................................................................157
Image Mode ...........................................................................................................159
Density Adjustment ..............................................................................................161
Finishing Mode......................................................................................................163
Pop-Up Display Setting ........................................................................................165
Various List Printing .............................................................................................167
Menu List Printing.................................................................................................169
ROM Version Display............................................................................................170
Service Notification ..............................................................................................171
Sending an Email ............................................................................................................................172
Setting Email addresses .................................................................................................................173
Setting the customer information ....................................................................................................174
Before Changing the Settings
The settings of this equipment can be changed depending on your usage. The screen and the
basic button operation are explained in this section.
Displaying the “user functions mode” main screen
To change the settings, operate the buttons on the control panel viewing the menu. Press the
[USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select the item from this screen and
change the setting.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Checking the total number of sheets ever copied or printed
You can check the total number of sheets ever copied or printed. The total number of sheets is
displayed on the top right corner of the “user functions mode” main screen. (The total number of
sheets cannot be reset.)
Checking the menu structure
The menu of this equipment can be printed as a list. See the page below for details.
P.169 “Menu List Printing”
Menu items not described in this manual
This operator’s manual explains the general settings and the setting of copying function in this
equipment. The settings used when the options such as Fax or Scanner are installed are
described in the manuals that come with the options.
About screens
Screens on this manual may differ from the actual ones depending on the use-environment of
the equipment such as the installing status of options.
Before Changing the Settings
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Operating buttons for changing the settings
Use the following buttons when changing the settings.
[FUNCTION CLEAR] button
[CANCEL] button
/
buttons
/
buttons
[ENTER] button
Digital keys
[CLEAR/STOP] button
[FUNCTION CLEAR] button: Use this to return the display to the “user functions mode” main
screen.
[CANCEL] button:
Use this to cancel the selected operation. The screen returns to
the previous menu. Press this button in the “user functions
mode” main screen to return the screen to the “copy mode”
main screen.
/
button:
Use this to move the cursor to the right and left.
/
button:
Use this to move the cursor up and down to select the menu
and item.
Use this to perform the selection of the menu and item.
Use this to enter the values.
Use this to clear the entered value in one go.
[ENTER] button:
Digital keys:
[CLEAR/STOP] button:
Examples of the menu operation are shown below.
INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
02.LANGUAGE
03.TERMINAL ID
When the
When the
button is pressed, the cursor moves up.
button is pressed, the cursor moves down.
The [ENTER] button or digital key [0] [2] *1
The specified operation is performed
and the next menu appears.
The specified operation is performed and
the screen returns to the previous menu.
LANGUAGE
01.English
02.French
03.Italian
The [ENTER] button The [CANCEL]
or digital key [0] [1] *1 button
The specified operation is canceled and
the screen returns to the previous menu.
*1 At the head of items, 1 or 2-digit numbers are attached. Instead of pressing the
,
and [ENTER]
button, keying in this number selects and performs the item directly.
Returning to the “copy mode” main screen
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
“copy mode” main screen.
118
Before Changing the Settings
(copy mode) button. The screen returns to the
Date and Time
This section describes how to set a clock and the time stamp display.
Clock setting
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “INITIAL SETUP” with
the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then press
1216
Select “DATE & TIME” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
02.LANGUAGE
03.DRAWER SET POP-UP
4
Select “SETTING” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
DATE & TIME
01.SETTING
02.TIME FORMAT
03.DATE FORMAT
Date and Time
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5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
5
Key in the date.
e.g.) April 10, 2009: [2] [0] [0] [9] [0] [4] [1] [0]
SETTING
YYYY-MM-DD DAY
2009-04-10 SUN
6
HH:MM
09:45 AM
Select the date of the week with the
press the
button.
and
buttons, and then
SETTING
YYYY-MM-DD DAY
2009-04-10 MON
7
HH:MM
09:45 AM
Key in the time.
e.g.) 10:30 am: [1] [0] [3] [0]
SETTING
YYYY-MM-DD DAY
2009-04-10 MON
HH:MM
10:30 AM
If 12-hour display is set, press the
8
or
button to switch the a.m./p.m.
After all the items have finished being entered, press the [ENTER]
button.
The time is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
9
120
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Date and Time
(copy mode) button.
Date and time display
You can set the display format of the date and time by selecting each item from the “DATE &
TIME” menu.
DATE & TIME
01.SETTING
02.TIME FORMAT
03.DATE FORMAT
Time display format
Select the time display format.
24 HOUR: 24-hour display
12 HOUR: 12-hour display
TIME FORMAT
1.24 HOUR
2.12 HOUR
Date format
Select the date display format.
e.g.) April 10, 2009
YYYY-MM-DD 2009-04-10
MM-DD-YYYY 04-10-2009
DD-MM-YYYY 10-04-2009
YY-MM-DD
09-04-10
MM-DD-YY
04-10-09
DD-MM-YY
10-04-09
DATE FORMAT
1.YYYY-MM-DD
2.MM-DD-YYYY
3.DD-MM-YYYY
Month format
Select the month display.
NUMERIC: Display the month using the numbers.
NAME:
Display the month using letters of alphabet. (E.g.: Jan, Feb, etc.)
MONTH MODE
1.NUMERIC
2.NAME
Date and Time
121
5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
Display Language Setting
This section describes how to switch the display language on the screen.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “INITIAL SETUP” with
the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
Select “LANGUAGE” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press
1216
and
buttons, and then press the
INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
02.LANGUAGE
03.DRAWER SET POP-UP
4
Select the display language with the
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
The following languages can be selected:
English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian,
Swedish, Finnish
LANGUAGE
01.English
02.French
03.Italian
The display language is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 3.
5
122
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Display Language Setting
(copy mode) button.
Paper Size Setting
This section describes how to set the paper size placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “DRAWER SIZE” with
the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press
GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
Paper Size Setting
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5
Select the desired drawer with
the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press
DRAWER SIZE
01.DRAWER 1
02.DRAWER 2
03.DRAWER 3
6
Select the desired paper size with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
Paper sizes that can be set are as follows:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, A5-R, FOLIO, COMP, 13"LG (You
can set only “DRAWER 3”, “DRAWER 4” and “BYPASS” for the ST-R and A5-R size
paper.)
Select paper size
01.LD
02.LG
03.LT
The paper size is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 5.
7
124
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Paper Size Setting
(copy mode) button.
Walkup Screen Setting
This section describes how to set the screen when the power of the equipment is turned ON. In
the initial screen set at the time of shipping, the "copy mode” main screen is displayed.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “WALKUP SCREEN” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
Walkup Screen Setting
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5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
5
Select the desired walkup screen with
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
Choose one among COPY, FAX or SCAN.
WALKUP SCREEN
1.COPY
2.FAX
3.SCAN
y “FAX” is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is installed.
y “SCAN” is displayed only when the Scanner Upgrade Kit (optional) is installed.
The walkup screen is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the mode has been changed and the time of the automatic function clear has
passed, the setting becomes enabled.
126
Walkup Screen Setting
Timer Setting
This section describes how to set the following timers.
AUTO CLEAR:
Time until the selected setting is cleared automatically
AUTO LOW POWER: Time until the low power mode is entered
AUTO SLEEP:
Time until the sleep mode / super sleep mode is entered
For the low power mode and sleep mode / super sleep mode, see the following page:
P.24 “Energy saving features”
Time of automatic function clear
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
Timer Setting
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5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
4
Select “TIMERS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
5
Select “AUTO CLEAR” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
TIMERS
1.AUTO CLEAR
2.AUTO POWER SAVE
3.AUTO SLEEP
6
Select the time of “AUTO CLEAR” with
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
Selectable times are as follows. (Unit: second)
15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 105, 120, 135, 150, 180, 210, 240, 270, 300
TIMERS
AUTO
CLEAR:
300SEC
45
15SEC
The time of the automatic function clear is set and the screen returns to the menu in step
5.
7
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Time of automatic low power mode
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
128
Timer Setting
(copy mode) button.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “TIMERS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
5
Select “AUTO POWER SAVE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
TIMERS
1.AUTO CLEAR
2.AUTO POWER SAVE
3.AUTO SLEEP
Timer Setting
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5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS
6
Select the time of “AUTO LOW POWER” with
and then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons,
Selectable times are as follows. (Unit: minute)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150, 180,
210, 240
TIMERS
AUTO POWER
SAVE:
15
240MIN
1MIN
The time of the automatic low power mode is set and the screen returns to the menu in
step 5.
7
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Time of automatic sleep mode / super sleep mode
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
130
Timer Setting
1216
and
buttons, and then
3
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “TIMERS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
5
Select “AUTO SLEEP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
TIMERS
1.AUTO CLEAR
2.AUTO POWER SAVE
3.AUTO SLEEP
6
Select the time of “AUTO SLEEP” with
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
Selectable times are as follows. (Unit: minute)
1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150, 180, 210,
240
TIMERS
AUTO
SLEEP:
240MIN
15
1MIN
The time of the automatic sleep mode / super sleep mode is set and the screen returns to
the menu in step 5.
7
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Timer Setting
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Energy Saving Mode Setting
You can select the sleep mode or super sleep mode to enable the energy saving mode.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “ENERGY SAVING MODE” with
then press the [ENTER] button.
GENERAL SETTING
02.DEPARTMENT CODE
03.FAX DRAWER SETTING
04.ENERGY SAVING MODE
132
Energy Saving Mode Setting
and
buttons, and
5
Select the energy saving mode to be enabled with
tons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
and
but-
ENERGY SAVING MODE
1.SUPER SLEEP MODE
2.SLEEP MODE
The setting is completed and the screen returns to step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
y When the Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) is installed, only the sleep mode is
enabled. The menu of this setting is not displayed.
y If the Weekly Timer is set, the equipment enters into the sleep mode when the timer
reaches the time for the power to be turned OFF, though the super sleep mode is
enabled.
y When a Fax is received and transferred by the P3fax of Unimessage P3, enable the
sleep mode, but not the super sleep mode.
Energy Saving Mode Setting
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Weekly Timer Setting
This section describes how to set the weekly timer. Use the weekly timer to set the equipment to
enter the sleep mode automatically at the specified time. You can set the equipment to enter the
stand-by status when the office hour starts, and to enter the sleep mode when the office hour
ends. The time can be set for each day of the week.
y If the equipment is in the energy saving mode at the time when the weekly timer is set to turn
the power OFF, it does not become ready status at the time when the weekly timer is set to
turn the power ON. In this case, make the equipment in the ready status by following the procedure below.
- Press the [ENERGY SAVER] button.
- Open the Platen Cover (optional) or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) /
Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
- Connect the equipment to a PC with a USB cable.
y If the power of the equipment is turned OFF, the weekly timer function does not work.
When the Fax Kit (optional) is used, it is recommended to use this function for the energy saving.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
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Weekly Timer Setting
1216
and
buttons, and then
3
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “WEEKLY TIMER” with
the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press
GENERAL SETTING
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
04.WEEKLY TIMER
5
Select “ON” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
WEEKLY TIMER
1.OFF
2.ON
6
Select the desired day of the week with the
and then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons,
WEEKLY TIMER
1.SUNDAY
2.MONDAY
3.TUESDAY
7
Key in the time to turn the power ON, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
e.g.) 10:30: [1] [0] [3] [0]
SUNDAY
ON TIME:
HH:MM
10:30 AM
If 12-hour display is set, press the
or
button to switch the a.m./p.m.
Weekly Timer Setting
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8
Key in the time to turn the power OFF, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
SUNDAY
OFF TIME:
HH:MM
07:30 PM
The time to turn the power ON/OFF is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 6.
9
10
Set the time to turn the power ON/OFF for each day of the week by
following steps 6 to 8.
When all the setting is completed, select “COMPLETE”, and then
press the [ENTER] button.
WEEKLY TIMER
6.FRIDAY
7.SATURDAY
8.COMPLETE
The weekly timer is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
11
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Clearing the weekly timer
Select “OFF” in step 5.
The time settings remain even if the weekly timer is cleared. They become valid when the
weekly timer is set to ON again.
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Volume Adjustment
This section describes how to set the alarm volume, key touch volume, ringer volume and monitor volume.
The menu of this setting is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is installed. When it is not
installed, the touch key tone can be switched ON/OFF.
P.139 “Touch Key Tone Setting”
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “SPEAKER VOLUME” with
press the [ENTER] button.
GENERAL SETTING
03.TIMERS
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
Volume Adjustment
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5
Select the desired volume with the
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
The volume of the following items can be set:
Alarm volume, Key touch volume, Ringer volume and Monitor volume
e.g.) When “ALARM VOLUME” is selected
SPEAKER VOLUME
1.ALARM VOLUME
2.KEY TOUCH VOLUME
3.RINGER VOLUME
6
Adjust the volume with the
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
The volume can be adjusted in eight levels from 0 (no sound) to 7(max.).
ALARM VOLUME
VOLUME:
3
7
0
The volume is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 5.
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7
Adjust the other volumes as required by following steps 5 and 6.
8
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Volume Adjustment
(copy mode) button.
Touch Key Tone Setting
This section describes how to switch ON/OFF the touch tone when the buttons on the control
panel are pressed.
The menu of this setting is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is not installed. When it is
installed, all of the volume can be adjusted.
P.137 “Volume Adjustment”
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “TOUCH KEY TONE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
GENERAL SETTING
03.TIMERS
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.TOUCH KEY TONE
Touch Key Tone Setting
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5
Select “ON” or “OFF” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
TOUCH KEY TONE
1.OFF
2.ON
The screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
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Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Touch Key Tone Setting
(copy mode) button.
Department Code
This section describes how to manage and understand the records of copying, Fax transmission/reception and printing of each group (department) in your office with the department code
management.
When the department code management is enabled, a screen prompting you to enter your
department code is displayed before you use this equipment. Thus the unauthorized use of this
equipment is prevented.
P.34 “Turning power ON”
Setting department codes
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
Department Code
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4
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
GENERAL SETTING
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
5
Select “YES” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.YES
2.NO
6
Select “NEW” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.RECOVER OLD DATA
2.NEW
y This screen is not displayed when you set the department management of this equipment for the first time or when the department management is already enabled
(“YES” in step 5 is already selected).
y If “NEW” is selected, the master code and department code which have been set by
that time will be deleted. (If you use the master code and department code already
registered, select “RECOVER OLD DATA”.)
Then, set a master code (administrator’s code). If the External Keyboard (optional) is
installed, proceed to step 7. If not, proceed to step 8.
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Department Code
7
Enter the master code name, and then press the [ENTER] button.
MASTER CODE
MASTER CODE NUMBER:
01
ENTER MASTER CODE NAME(MAX20):
y Enter the master code name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed.
y A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the master code name.
y The master code name entry can be omitted. In this case, do not enter the master
code name and just press the [ENTER] button.
For how to enter letters, see the manual which comes with the Fax Kit or Scanner
Upgrade Kit (both optional).
8
Key in the master code, and then press the [ENTER] button.
MASTER CODE
MASTER CODE NUMBER:
ENTER MASTER CODE:
01
* * * **
y Enter 5 digits for the master code. Entered digits are displayed as asterisks (*).
y Do not forget this master code because it is required for setting or deleting each
department code.
The master code is now registered on the department number “01”. Then, set a
department code.
9
Register a department code. Key in the desired department number,
and then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99):
2
Select the desired department number from “02” to “99”. (The master code is already
registered on “01”.)
If the External Keyboard (optional) is installed, proceed to step 10. If not, proceed to step
11.
Department Code
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10
Enter the department name, and then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
ENTER DEPARTMENT NAME(MAX20):
y Enter the department name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed.
y A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the department name.
y The department name entry can be omitted. In this case, do not enter the department
name and just press the [ENTER] button.
For how to enter letters, see the manual which comes with the Fax Kit or Scanner
Upgrade Kit (both optional).
11
Key in the department code, and then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
ENTER DEPARTMENT CODE:
02
* * * **
y Enter 5 digits for the department code. Entered digits are displayed as asterisks (*).
y Department codes already registered cannot be keyed in.
The screen returns to the one in step 9.
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12
Register the other department codes as required, following steps
from 9 to 11.
13
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
(copy mode) button.
Changing department names or codes
This section describes how to change the department names or codes already registered. Key
in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following
steps:
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
GENERAL SETTING
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
Department Code
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5
Select “YES” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.YES
2.NO
6
Key in the department number you want to change its setting, and
then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99):
2
The screen below is displayed for approx. 2 seconds.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
Already assigned
7
Select “MODIFY” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.DELETE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
If the External Keyboard (optional) is installed, proceed to step 8. If not, proceed to step
9.
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8
Enter a new department name, and then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
ENTER DEPARTMENT NAME(MAX20):
y Enter the department name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed.
y A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the department name.
y The department name entry can be omitted. In this case, do not enter the department
name and just press the [ENTER] button. (The previous department name will be
deleted.)
For how to enter letters, see the manual which comes with the Fax Kit or Scanner
Upgrade Kit (both optional).
9
Key in a new department code, and then press the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
ENTER DEPARTMENT CODE:
02
* * * **
y Enter 5 digits for the department code. Entered digits are displayed as asterisks (*).
y Department codes already registered cannot be entered.
The setting has been changed and the screen returns to the one in step 6.
10
Change the other department codes as required, following steps
from 6 to 9.
11
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
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Deleting department codes
This section describes how to delete the department codes already registered. Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps:
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
GENERAL SETTING
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
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Department Code
and
buttons, and then
5
Select “YES” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.YES
2.NO
6
Key in the department number you want to delete, and then press
the [ENTER] button.
DEPARTMENT CODE
ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99):
2
The screen below is displayed for approx. 2 seconds.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
Already assigned
7
Select “DELETE” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.DELETE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
Master codes cannot be deleted but only department codes can be deleted.
The department code is now deleted and the screen returns to the one in step 6.
8
Delete the other department codes as required, following steps 6
and 7.
9
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
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Clearing counter values
This section describes how to clear counter values indicating the total number of pages copied
in each department. Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps:
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
GENERAL SETTING
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
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Department Code
and
buttons, and then
5
Select “YES” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.YES
2.NO
6
Key in the department number you want to clear its counter, and
then press the [ENTER] button.
Keying in the department number of the master code (“01”) will clear all the department
number counter values.
DEPARTMENT CODE
ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99):
2
The screen below is displayed for approx. 2 seconds.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
Already assigned
7
Select “COUNT CLEAR” with
the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press
DEPARTMENT CODE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
4.COUNT CLEAR
The screen below is displayed for approx. 2 seconds.
DEPARTMENT CODE
DEPARTMENT NUMBER:
02
Cleared
The counter value is now cleared and the screen returns to the one in step 6.
8
Clear the other counter values as required, following steps 6 and 7.
9
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
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Printing out counter values
This section describes how to print out the value of the total number of pages copied in each
department.
y Counter values to be printed belong to the department which you entered on the department
code entry screen.
y If you want to print the counter values of all the departments registered, key in the master
code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps:
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “LISTS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
buttons, and then press the
1216
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
LISTS
1.DEPARTMENT CODE
2.FUNCTION
3.SUPPLY NOTICE
The department code list is printed out.
See the list example in the following page:
P.219 “Department code list”
4
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Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
(copy mode) button.
Canceling department management
Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following
steps:
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then
1216
Select “GENERAL SETTING” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
GENERAL SETTING
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
Department Code
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5
Select “NO” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
DEPARTMENT CODE
1.YES
2.NO
6
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Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Department Code
(copy mode) button.
Menu Customize
This section describes how to change the setting of the custom function. A copy function which
has been registered as a custom function can be quickly recalled by pressing the selecting button B on the “copy mode” main screen.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
3
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Select “COPY SETUP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
and
buttons, and then
buttons, and then press the
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “MENU CUSTOMIZE” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
COPY SETUP
01.MENU CUSTOMIZE
02.APS/AMS
03.IMAGE MODE
Menu Customize
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5
Select the setting you want to register to the menu customize with
the
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
The following copy functions can be registered:
Finishing modes, Duplex, 2IN1/4IN1, Image shift, Dual-page and ID card
MENU CUSTOMIZE
4.IMAGE SHIFT
5.DUAL PAGE
6.ID CARD
The item of the menu customize is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed or the time of the automatic function
clear has passed, the setting becomes enabled.
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Menu Customize
APS / AMS
This section describes how to set the initial selection between “Automatic Paper Selection” and
“Automatic Magnification Selection”.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
3
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Select “COPY SETUP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
buttons, and then press the
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “APS/AMS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
COPY SETUP
01.MENU CUSTOMIZE
02.APS/AMS
03.IMAGE MODE
APS / AMS
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5
Select the initial selection with the
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
APS: Automatic Paper Selection is initially selected.
AMS: Automatic Magnification Selection is initially selected.
NO: No initial selection
APS/AMS
1.APS
2.AMS
3.NO
The initial selection is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed or the time of the automatic function
clear has passed, the setting becomes enabled.
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APS / AMS
Image Mode
This section describes how to change the image mode.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
3
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Select “COPY SETUP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
and
buttons, and then press the
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “IMAGE MODE” with
[ENTER] button.
COPY SETUP
01.MENU CUSTOMIZE
02.APS/AMS
03.IMAGE MODE
Image Mode
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5
Select the image mode with the
the [ENTER] button.
TEXT/PHOTO:
PHOTO:
TEXT:
and
buttons, and then press
Originals with text and photographs mixed
Originals with photogravure
Originals with text (or text and line art) only
IMAGE MODE
1.TEXT/PHOTO
2.PHOTO
3.TEXT
The image mode is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed or the time of the automatic function
clear has passed, the setting becomes enabled.
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Image Mode
Density Adjustment
This section describes how to switch the mode of the density adjustment.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
3
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Select “COPY SETUP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
and
buttons, and then press the
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “LIGHT/DARK” with
[ENTER] button.
COPY SETUP
02.APS/AMS
03.IMAGE MODE
04.LIGHT/DARK
Density Adjustment
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5
Select the mode of the density adjustment with the
tons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
AUTO:
MANUAL:
and
but-
The equipment detects the density of an original and sets the appropriate
copy density automatically.
You can set the copy density manually.
LIGHT/DARK
1.AUTO
2.MANUAL
If “AUTO” is selected, the automatic copy density mode is set and the screen returns to
the menu in step 4. Proceed to step 7.
When you select “MANUAL”, proceed to step 6.
6
Select the density with the
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
The density can be set in seven levels from “LIGHT3” (Lighter) to “DARK3” (Darker).
LIGHT/DARK
1.LIGHT3
2.LIGHT2
3.LIGHT1
7
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed or the time of the automatic function
clear has passed, the setting becomes enabled.
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Density Adjustment
Finishing Mode
This section describes how to set the initial finishing mode.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
3
Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
1216
Select “COPY SETUP” with
[ENTER] button.
and
and
buttons, and then
buttons, and then press the
DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
02.COPY SETUP
03.FAX SETUP
4
Select “FINISHING” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
COPY SETUP
03.IMAGE MODE
04.LIGHT/DARK
05.FINISHING
Finishing Mode
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5
Select the initial finishing mode with the
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
The following finishing modes can be selected:
SORT, NON SORT, ALTERNATION and MAGAZINE SORT
FINISHING
2.NON SORT
3.ALTERNATION
4.MAGAZINE SORT
The initial finishing mode is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4.
6
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
After the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button is pressed or the time of the automatic function
clear has passed, the setting becomes enabled.
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Finishing Mode
Pop-Up Display Setting
When you place paper whose size is different from that in the drawer, the new paper size needs
to be registered. If the paper is often replaced, the registration menu can be displayed automatically whenever the drawer is closed.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “INITIAL SETUP” with
the [ENTER] button.
and
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
buttons, and then press
1216
Select “DRAWER SET POP-UP” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
02.LANGUAGE
03.DRAWER SET POP-UP
4
Select “ON” or “OFF” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
DRAWER SET POP-UP
1.OFF
2.ON
The screen returns to the menu in step 3.
5
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Pop-Up Display Setting
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If “ON” is selected, a message appears when the drawer is closed.
If you set “ON” for “DRAWER SET POP-UP”, a message will appear when the drawer is closed.
In this case, register the paper size according to the following procedure.
1
If you placed paper whose size is different from that of the paper
previously set, select “YES”. If not, select “NO”.
Did you change paper size?
1.YES
2.NO
If you select “NO”, the operation is completed.
If you select “YES”, proceed to step 2.
2
Select the size of the paper which has been placed with
buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
and
Select paper size
01.LD
02.LG
03.LT
The paper size is registered.
If more than one drawer is closed at the same time, the size of the paper set in the
drawer that was closed first is applicable to the registration. Set the paper size for the
subsequent drawers separately.
P.123 “Paper Size Setting”
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Pop-Up Display Setting
Various List Printing
This section describes how to print the list in order to check the following information.
DEPARTMENT CODE:
The department codes which have been registered and the counter
values of each department code
FUNCTION:
The contents of the settings in this equipment
SUPPLY NOTICE:
Supply information of the equipment
ITU MAILBOX:
The box numbers and attributes of the mail boxes which have been
registered, and the registration date/time of the originals
CONFIGURATION PAGE: The setting status of the Network Printer Kit (optional)
NIC STATUS PAGE:
The NIC (Network Interface Card) information of the Network
Printer Kit (optional)
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “LISTS” with
[ENTER] button.
and
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
buttons, and then press the
1216
Various List Printing
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3
Select the list you want to print with the
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
LISTS
1.DEPARTMENT CODE
2.FUNCTION
3.SUPPLY NOTICE
y “SUPPLY NOTICE” is displayed only when the Fax Kit or Scanner Upgrade Kit (both
optional) is installed.
y “ITU MAILBOX” is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is installed.
y “CONFIGURATION PAGE” and “NIC STATUS PAGE” are displayed only when the
Network Printer Kit (optional) is installed.
The list is printed.
See the following page for the printing example of each list.
P.219 “List Print Format”
4
168
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Various List Printing
(copy mode) button.
Menu List Printing
This section describes how to print the menu list of the equipment.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “MENU LIST” with
[ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
04.MENU LIST
and
buttons, and then press the
1216
The menu list is printed.
See the following page for the example of the menu list.
P.219 “List Print Format”
3
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Menu List Printing
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ROM Version Display
This section describes how to display the product version.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “MACHINE REVISIONS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
04.MENU LIST
05.TEST MODE
06.MACHINE REVISIONS
and
buttons, and then
1216
The product version of the equipment is displayed.
3
170
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
ROM Version Display
(copy mode) button.
Service Notification
The status of this equipment can be notified a specified address such as a service technician
using an Email. You can also register the Email address or the customer information as the
related item. For details of this function, contact your service technician or service representative.
To use this function, install the Network Printer Kit GA-1191 (optional) or Scanner Upgrade Kit
GA-1201 (optional) so that an Email can be sent and received in this equipment.
1
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed.
2
Select “INITIAL SETUP” with
the [ENTER] button.
USER FUNCTIONS
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
02.LISTS
03.INITIAL SETUP
3
and
buttons, and then press
1216
Select “SERVICE NOTIFICATION” with
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
INITIAL SETUP
05.NETWORK
06.TEMPLATE
07.SERVICE NOTIFICATION
The “SERVICE NOTIFICATION” screen is displayed.
SERVICE NOTIFICATION
01.E-MAIL SETTINGS
02.CUSTOMER INFORMATION
The procedures for each operation are given as follows.
Service Notification
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Sending an Email
The status of this equipment will be notified a specified address by Email. Before starting this
operation, make sure that the Email address or the customer information is correctly registered.
1
Select “E-MAIL SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
SERVICE NOTIFICATION
01.E-MAIL SETTINGS
02.CUSTOMER INFORMATION
2
Select “SEND NOW” with
[ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then press the
E-MAIL SETTINGS
01.SEND NOW
02.E-MAIL ADDRESS 1
03.E-MAIL ADDRESS 2
3
Select “YES” with
button.
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
SEND NOW
01.YES
02.NO
When the Email has been sent and completed correctly, “Operation completed” appears
for approx. 2 seconds and then the screen returns to the previous menu. If “NO” is
selected, the operation is canceled and then the screen returns to the previous menu.
If an Email sending error occurs, “E-mail error” appears for approx. 2 seconds and then
the screen returns to the previous menu. In this case, contact your service technician or
service representative.
4
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Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Service Notification
(copy mode) button.
Setting Email addresses
Up to 3 Email addresses can be registered.
1
Select “E-MAIL SETTINGS” with
press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and then
SERVICE NOTIFICATION
01.E-MAIL SETTINGS
02.CUSTOMER INFORMATION
2
Select “E-MAIL ADDRESS 1”, “E-MAIL ADDRESS 2”, or “E-MAIL
ADDRESS 3” with
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER]
button.
E-MAIL SETTINGS
01.SEND NOW
02.E-MAIL ADDRESS 1
03.E-MAIL ADDRESS 2
If the item in which Email addresses have been already registered is selected, “Already
assigned” appears for approx. 2 seconds and the selecting menu is displayed. Select the
desired item with
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
E-MAIL ADDRESS 1
01.DELETE
02.MODIFY
03.RETAIN
DELETE: This deletes the registered Email address and then returns to the previous
menu.
MODIFY: This modifies the registered Email address. Continue the subsequent operation.
RETAIN: This cancels the selection and then returns to the previous menu.
3
Enter the Email address and then press the [ENTER] button.
E-MAIL ADDRESS 1
ENTER E-MAIL ADDRESS(MAX192):
test@toshibatec.com
For how to enter Email address, see the manual which comes with the Scanner Upgrade
Kit GA-1201 (optional).
Service Notification
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4
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Setting the customer information
The customer information (name, telephone number, Email address) can be set.
1
Select “CUSTOMER INFORMATION” with
then press the [ENTER] button.
and
buttons, and
SERVICE NOTIFICATION
01.E-MAIL SETTINGS
02.CUSTOMER INFORMATION
2
Select “CUSTOMER NAME”, “CUSTOMER TEL NUMBER”, or “CUSTOMER E-MAIL ADDRESS” with
and
buttons, and then
press the [ENTER] button.
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
01.CUSTOMER NAME
02.CUSTOMER TEL NUMBER
03.CUSTOMER E-MAIL ADDRESS
If the item in which the customer information has been already registered is selected,
“Already assigned” appears for approx. 2 seconds and the selecting menu is displayed.
Select the desired item with
and
buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
CUSTOMER NAME
01.DELETE
02.MODIFY
03.RETAIN
DELETE: This deletes the registered customer information and then returns to the previous menu.
MODIFY: This modifies the registered customer information. Continue the subsequent
operation.
RETAIN: This cancels the selection and then returns to the previous menu.
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Service Notification
3
Enter the customer information corresponding to the selected item
and then press the [ENTER] button.
CUSTOMER NAME
ENTER NAME(MAX50):
USER 01
For how to enter Email address, see the manual which comes with the Scanner Upgrade
Kit GA-1201 (optional).
4
Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or
(copy mode) button.
The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen.
Service Notification
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6.
This chapter describes how to deal with error messages, how to release a paper jam, how to replace a toner
cartridge and how to resolve other troubles.
When This Message Appears ..............................................................................178
Paper Jams............................................................................................................180
Checking position of paper jams .....................................................................................................180
When paper jams occur frequently .................................................................................................181
When releasing jammed paper .......................................................................................................181
Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower) / Automatic Document
Feeder (optional) (Lower)................................................................................................................182
Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Upper) / Automatic Document
Feeder (optional) (Upper)................................................................................................................184
Paper jams on bypass tray..............................................................................................................186
Paper jams within Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) ..................................................................186
Paper jam behind transfer unit ........................................................................................................187
Paper jams within fuser unit ............................................................................................................188
Paper jams within Paper Feed Unit (optional).................................................................................189
Paper jams within Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) .........................................................................190
Replacing Toner Cartridge ...................................................................................192
Before Calling Service Technician ......................................................................199
General operation ...........................................................................................................................199
Toner-related items .........................................................................................................................200
Original/Copy paper-related items ..................................................................................................201
Image trouble ..................................................................................................................................201
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When This Message Appears
A message appears when a problem occurs on the equipment. Check the items on the list below
and take a countermeasure accordingly.
Message
*** misfeed
Close ***
DRAWER * empty
Count over
Call for service
Time for maintenance
BYPASS empty
Toner is low
Meaning
This appears when an original or a sheet of copy paper
is jammed at the place indicated by “***”.
This appears when any
cover of the equipment indicated by “***” is not securely
closed.
This appears when the paper
in a drawer indicated by “*”
has run out.
The number of pages
scanned has exceeded the
maximum value (250
sheets).
This appears when the repair
or adjustment by your service technician is needed.
This appears when the maintenance by your service
technician is needed.
Paper set on the bypass tray
has run out.
There is only a little toner
remaining in the toner cartridge.
Countermeasure
Remove any jammed paper.
P.180 “Paper Jams”
Close the cover securely.
Set paper in the drawer.
P.39 “Placing paper in drawers”
Select “Print” on the LCD screen to copy
the data scanned so far. Select “Cancel
job” to delete all the data scanned so far.
Contact your service representative.
Give the service technician the error code
(consisting of letters and numbers) that
appears in the upper right area of the display.
Never attempt to repair, disassemble
or modify the equipment by yourself.
This could cause an electric shock, a fire
or serious injury. Contact your service
representative when the equipment is in
an abnormal condition or any malfunction
is found.
Contact your service representative.
Place paper on the bypass tray.
P.61 “Using Bypass Tray”
There is still a little toner remaining in the
toner cartridge. Do not replace the toner
cartridge until “Toner empty” appears on
the display.
y The message may not appear
because the toner remaining in the
cartridge does not lie evenly.
y When the message appears, it is
advisable to purchase a new
TOSHIBA-recommended cartridge to
prepare for its replacement.
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When This Message Appears
Message
Toner not recognized
Meaning
The toner cartridge is not
installed correctly.
A toner cartridge not recommended by TOSHIBA is
being used.
Toner empty
The toner in the toner cartridge has run out.
Invalid Dept.Code
The department code
entered in the department
code entering screen is not
correct.
The built-in memory of the
equipment has become full.
Memory is full
Clear paper output tray:
PRESS START KEY.
Approx. 250 sheets of paper
have continuously exited and
the equipment stops copying to prevent the copied
paper from overflowing from
the tray.
Countermeasure
Install the toner cartridge correctly.
If you are using a toner cartridge other
than the one we recommend, the equipment may not be able to detect whether it
is installed or not.
P.14 “Recommended toner cartridges”
Replace the toner cartridge with a new
one.
P.192 “Replacing Toner Cartridge”
Enter the correct department code. If you
do not know the department code, contact
your administrator.
Select “Print” on the LCD screen to copy
the data scanned so far. Select “Cancel
job” to delete all the data scanned so far.
Remove the paper from the receiving tray,
and then press the [START] button. Copying resumes.
Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button to end
the copy job. “Memory clear?” appears on
the LCD screen. Select “YES”, and then
press the [START] or [ENTER] button.
When This Message Appears
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Paper Jams
Checking position of paper jams
When a jam of copying paper or original occurs in the equipment, the copying operation stops
and the following message appears on the display to indicate the positions where the paper is
jammed.
Copier misfeed
E41
Open side cover
of the copier.
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Check the message, remove any paper jam, and then press the [START] button to resume
copying.
When a jam of copying paper or original occurs in the equipment, the procedure to remove the
jammed paper appears on the display. Press the
and
buttons to scroll up and down the
procedure.
Message
Position of Paper Jam
Doc.feed misfeed
Inside of the optional Reversing Automatic Document Feeder /
Automatic Document Feeder ( P.182, P.184)
Bypass misfeed
Bypass tray ( P.186)
Duplexer misfeed
Inside of the optional Automatic Duplexing Unit ( P.186)
Copier misfeed
Inside of the transfer unit ( P.187)
Inside of the fuser unit ( P.188)
Drawer of the optional Paper Feed Unit ( P.189)
Drawer of the optional Paper Feed Pedestal ( P.190)
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Paper Jams
When paper jams occur frequently
When paper jams occur frequently, they may be due to one of the causes listed below. Check
the following items when they occur frequently:
y Originals which are not acceptable for the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
/ Automatic Document Feeder (optional) are placed.
P.55 “Precautions for Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)”
y Paper which is not acceptable for the equipment is used.
P.38 “Paper types not acceptable”
y The sizes of paper placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray are not registered into the
equipment properly.
P.47 “Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed”
P.62 “Bypass copying”
y More jammed paper is still remaining after the release of a paper jam.
y There is no gap between the side guides and the paper in the drawer, or the gap is too wide.
y The stack height of the paper is exceeding the indicators in the drawer.
When releasing jammed paper
Observe the following precautions when you release jammed paper:
Do not tear jammed paper.
Pull out jammed paper carefully with both hands, trying not to tear it. If you release it forcibly, the
jammed paper will be torn and it will make the release difficult. If it is torn, be sure that the torn
part is not left inside the equipment.
Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal part around the unit.
When you release paper jammed within the fuser unit, do not touch the fuser unit or the metal
part around the unit. This could cause burns, or injury to your hands if you touch the inside of the
equipment.
Do not touch the photoconductive drum.
When you release the paper jammed within the transfer unit or the fuser unit, be careful not to
touch the photoconductive drum. This could stain the copy images.
Paper Jams
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Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
(Lower) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower)
182
1
Open the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder / Automatic Document Feeder.
2
Open the reverse cover, and remove the original.
3
Close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder / Automatic Document Feeder.
Paper Jams
4
Raise the lever, and open the upper cover.
5
Raise the original feeder tray, and remove the original under the
tray.
6
7
Lower the original feeder tray.
Close the upper cover.
Paper Jams
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Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)
(Upper) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Upper)
184
1
Raise the lever and open the upper cover.
2
Remove the original.
3
Turn the dial to remove the original.
Paper Jams
4
Open the transport guide.
5
Raise the guide plate under the transport guide, and remove the
original under the guide plate.
6
7
Close the transport guide.
Close the upper cover.
Paper Jams
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Paper jams on bypass tray
1
Pull out the paper jammed on the bypass tray.
2
Check beneath the transport guide in the paper feeding area.
Check if any paper is jammed under the transport guide behind the transfer unit.
P.187 “Paper jam behind transfer unit”
Paper jams within Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional)
Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover.
This could injure you.
186
1
Open the side cover.
2
Release the jammed paper.
3
Close the side cover.
Paper Jams
Paper jam behind transfer unit
Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover.
This could injure you.
1
Open the side cover.
2
Pull the transfer unit toward you carefully to lay it down while holding up the green lever.
3
Release the jammed paper.
Be sure not to touch the photoconductive drum when releasing the jammed paper.
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4
Open the transport guide of the paper feeding area and check if any
paper is jammed under this guide. Clear the paper if there is any.
5
Close the transfer unit and the side cover.
Paper jams within fuser unit
y Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover.
This could injure you.
y Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal part around the unit.
This could cause burns, or injury to your hands if you touch the inside of the equipment.
1
Open the side cover, and then lay down the transfer unit. Then
press down the two fuser pressure release levers (green) until they
come to a stop.
Press down the levers fully until they stop.
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Paper Jams
2
Open the transport guide while holding the knob.
3
Release the jammed paper.
Pull the jammed paper up or down as shown below depending on the position of the
paper.
Be sure not to touch the photoconductive drum when releasing the jammed paper.
Pulling it up
4
Pulling it down
Return the transport guide to its original position, and then close
the transfer unit and the side cover.
Paper jams within Paper Feed Unit (optional)
1
Open the side cover and check if any paper is jammed behind the
transfer unit.
P.187 “Paper jam behind transfer unit”
Paper Jams
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2
Open the paper feed cover of the unit.
3
Release the jammed paper.
4
5
Close the paper feed cover of the unit.
Close the side cover.
Paper jams within Paper Feed Pedestal (optional)
1
190
Open the paper feed cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal.
Paper Jams
2
Remove the jammed paper.
3
Close the paper feed cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal.
Paper Jams
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Replacing Toner Cartridge
When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the following message appears on the display.
Toner empty
Open front cover.
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Then, replace the cartridge with a new one.
When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the procedure to replace the toner cartridge appears
on the display. Press the
and
buttons to scroll up and down the procedure.
Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges.
y Before inserting a new toner cartridge, check the product name of the cartridge. If you can
see “T-1810”, this cartridge is usable.
y Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations.
y Do not touch the parts on the circuit board mounted on the toner cartridge because they may
be damaged.
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Replacing Toner Cartridge
To assure an optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only TOSHIBA toner
cartridges.
Recommended toner cartridges
To assure optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only genuine TOSHIBA toner cartridges. If you use a TOSHIBA-recommended toner cartridge, you can utilize the following three functions
of this equipment:
Cartridge detecting function: This function checks if the toner cartridge is correctly installed and notifies
you if it is not.
Toner-remaining check function: This function notifies you when there is little toner remaining in the
cartridge, as well as notifying it to your authorized service representative automatically by the remote service.
Image quality optimization function: This function controls image quality according to the characteristics of the toner to be used and enables you to print images of an optimal quality.
If you are using a toner cartridge other than the one we recommend, the equipment may not be able to
detect whether it is installed or not. Therefore, even if the toner cartridge is correctly installed, the error
message “Toner not recognized” appears on the LCD screen and printing may not be performed. You
may also not be able to utilize the image quality optimization function, the toner remaining check function
and the remote service function notifying your authorized service representative automatically.
If you are using a toner cartridge other than the one we recommend, toner is not recognized. If this is a
problem for you, please contact your service representative. Remember you will not be able to utilize the
Toner remaining check function and Image quality optimization function as we mentioned.
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1
Open the front cover.
2
Hold down the green lever.
3
Pull out the toner cartridge.
The toner cartridge is slightly pushed out.
Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges.
Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations.
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4
Shake the new toner cartridge strongly with the label surface down
to loosen the toner inside.
10
5
Remove the protective sheet from the end of the cartridge.
6
Pull out the seal in the direction of the arrow.
Replacing Toner Cartridge
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7
Insert the toner cartridge along the rail.
y Before inserting the toner cartridge, check if the green lever is raised and raise it if
not.
y Insert the toner cartridge until you hear a click sound.
8
Clean the charger.
Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it comes to
a stop. Then reinsert it in its original position carefully. Repeat this procedure two or three
times.
Check if the cleaning knob is fully inserted after cleaning.
After the toner cartridge has been replaced, be sure to clean the transfer charger wire following the procedure below in order to prevent uneven density of images.
196
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9
Open the side cover.
10
Pull the transfer unit toward you carefully to lay it down while holding up the green lever.
11
Remove the transfer charger cleaner from the front pocket of the
transfer unit.
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198
12
Wipe the transfer charger wire with the transfer charger cleaner.
13
Return the transfer charger cleaner into the cleaner pocket, and
then close the transfer unit.
14
Close the side cover.
15
Close the front cover.
(1) Insert the transfer charger cleaner into the front end of the transfer charger.
(2) Push the cleaner onto the front wall, and then check if the cleaner pad has contacted
with the transfer charger wire.
(3) Clean the wire from its front end to the other end in two reciprocating motions.
(4) Remove the cleaner from the front end of the transfer charger after cleaning.
The equipment starts supplying toner.
Replacing Toner Cartridge
Before Calling Service Technician
When you encounter trouble using this equipment, check the items listed below.
General operation
Phenomenon
The equipment does not
operate at all.
The button does not respond
to my operation.
The LCD screen is too light/
dark.
A message is displayed on
the LCD screen.
Usual cause
Countermeasure
The power of the equipment
is not turned ON.
The power cable is not
plugged in securely.
The weekly timer functions
and the equipment is in the
sleep mode.
It has been a short time
since the power was turned
ON.
The contrast of the LCD
screen is not adjusted properly.
The equipment has detected
an error status.
“Saving energy” appears on
the LCD screen.
When the use of the equipment is managed under
department management,
and the department code
has not been entered.
The equipment is in the low
power mode.
“Sleep mode” appears on the
display.
The equipment is in the
sleep mode.
The LCD screen is dim.
The equipment is in the
super sleep mode.
Scanning stops before it is
finished. (“Count over”
appears on the LCD screen.)
The number of pages
scanned has exceeded the
maximum value.
Scanning stops before it is
finished. (“Memory is full”
appears on the LCD screen.)
The built-in memory of the
equipment has become full.
Copying stops before it is finished. (“Clear paper output
tray: PRESS START KEY.”
appears on the display.)
Approx. 250 sheets of paper
have continuously exited and
the equipment stops copying to prevent the copied
paper from overflowing from
the tray.
“Enter DEPARTMENT
CODE” appears on the LCD
screen.
Turn ON the power of the equipment.
Plug in the power cable securely.
Press any of the [ENERGY SAVER] button, the [START] button and the function
switching buttons on the control panel.
Wait for the completion of warm-up and
then try again.
Adjust it with the contrast adjustment volume.
P.30 “Control panel”
See the meaning of the message referring to the listing below.
P.178 “When This Message Appears”
Enter your department code.
P.34 “Preparation 1 - Turning Power
ON”
P.141 “Department Code”
The equipment enters into the low power
mode after a specified time has passed
since its last use. Copying is enabled.
The equipment enters into the sleep
mode after a specified time has passed
since its last use. For how to cancel this
mode, see the following page.
P.35 “Saving energy when not in use Energy saving mode -”
The equipment enters into the super
sleep mode after a specified time has
passed since its last use. For how to cancel this mode, see the following page.
P.35 “Saving energy when not in use Energy saving mode -”
To copy the data scanned so far, select
“Print”. To delete them, select “Cancel
job”.
(If “Print” is grayed out, only data deletion
is possible.)
To copy the data scanned so far, select
“Print”. To delete them, select “Cancel
job”.
(If “Print” is grayed out, only data deletion
is possible.)
Remove the paper from the receiving tray,
and then press the [START] button. Copying resumes.
Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button to end
the copy job. “Memory clear?” appears on
the LCD screen. Select “YES”, and then
press the [START] or [ENTER] button.
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6 TROUBLESHOOTING
Phenomenon
Copy functions cannot be set.
The department management
menu does not appear even
though “DEPARTMENT
CODE” is selected.
In the department management menu, switching the
department management to
be “YES” (enabled) or “NO”
(disabled) cannot be performed.
Even when the equipment is
connected with a PC by a
USB cable, the equipment is
not recognized.
Printing, scanning, device
setup or PC-Fax transmission/reception cannot be performed from a PC connected
with a USB cable.
Usual cause
Other functions that cannot
be set simultaneously with
copy functions have been
set.
Any department code other
than the master code has
been entered in the department code entry screen.
There are print data or Fax
data in the print queue.
This cable is not certified
according to the USB2.0 HiSpeed.
The equipment is connected
with a PC via a USB hub.
The operation on the left is
performed in the super sleep
mode.
Countermeasure
Some functions cannot be combined set
together.
P.217 “Copying Function Combination
Matrix”
If you want to make settings for the
department management when it has
been already enabled, enter the master
code in the department code entry
screen, otherwise the department management menu cannot be displayed.
P.141 “Department Code”
After the print data or Fax data have been
finished being printed, perform switching
again.
Use a USB2.0 Hi-Speed certified cable.
When the equipment is connected with a
PC via a USB hub, the equipment may
not be recognized. Connect it with a PC
directly by a USB cable.
Turn the power of the equipment OFF and
then back ON, and perform it again.
If this equipment is connected to your PC
with a USB cable, change the setting so
that it does not enter the super sleep
mode.
P.132 “Energy Saving Mode Setting”
Toner-related items
Phenomenon
Usual cause
Countermeasure
“Toner is low” appears on the
display.
There is only a little toners
remaining in the toner cartridge.
The toner in the toner cartridge has run out.
The toner cartridge is not
installed. Or it is not installed
correctly.
A toner cartridge not recommended by TOSHIBA is
being used.
There is still some toner in the toner cartridge. Do not replace the toner cartridge
until “Toner empty” appears.
Replace the toner cartridge with a new
one.
Install the toner cartridge correctly.
“Toner empty” appears on the
display.
“Toner not recognized”
appears on the display.
“Toner is low” does not
appear on the display,
although toner is nearly
empty.
The equipment does not
become ready for copying
after the toner cartridge is
inserted.
200
A toner cartridge not recommended by TOSHIBA is
being used.
The toner cartridge inserted
is not usable for this equipment.
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If you are using a toner cartridge other
than the one we recommend, the equipment may not be able to detect whether it
is installed or not.
P.14 “Recommended toner cartridges”
P.14 “Recommended toner cartridges”
Check the product name of the toner cartridge. If you can see “T-1810”, this cartridge is usable.
Original/Copy paper-related items
Usual cause
Countermeasure
An original jams.
Phenomenon
An original not acceptable for
the equipment is being used.
Copy paper jams.
Copy paper not acceptable
for the equipment is being
used.
The size of the copy paper in
the drawer or on the bypass
tray is not registered properly in the equipment.
Check if the original is acceptable for the
equipment.
P.55 “Precautions for Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional)”
Check if the copy paper is acceptable for
the equipment.
P.38 “Paper types not acceptable”
Register the size of the placed copy paper
properly.
P.47 “Preparation 3 - Registering Size
of Paper Placed”
P.62 “Bypass copying”
See the message on the display to
recheck the position where the paper jam
has occurred.
P.180 “Paper Jams”
Adjust the gap between the side guides
and the paper properly.
P.39 “Placing paper in drawers”
Jammed paper is located in
a place you cannot see easily.
Multiple feeding occurs.
There is no gap between the
side guides and paper in the
drawer. Or the gap is too
wide.
Paper is clinging to each
other.
Fan the paper well and place it again.
Image trouble
Phenomenon
The density of the copy
image is light.
Usual cause
Countermeasure
Toner has run out.
The copy density is set
lighter.
The density of the copy
image is dark.
The copied image is stained.
The transfer charger wire is
dirty.
The copy density is set
darker.
The Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional)
/ Automatic Document
Feeder (optional) or the
Platen Cover (optional) is not
lowered fully.
The original glass, platen
sheet, scanning area or
guides are dirty.
The copy density is set
darker.
Highly transparent originals
such as OHP films or tracing
paper are used.
“Toner empty” appears on the display
when toner has run out. Replace the toner
cartridge if the message appears.
P.192 “Replacing Toner Cartridge”
Make the density darker if you use the
manual copy density mode. Or use the
automatic copy density mode.
Clean the transfer charger wire.
P.208 “Cleaning transfer charger”
Make the density lighter if you use the
manual copy density mode. Or use the
automatic copy density mode.
Lower them fully to block outside light.
Clean them.
P.206 “Daily Inspection”
Make the density lighter if you use the
manual copy density mode. Or use the
automatic copy density mode.
Place a blank sheet of paper, the same
size as the original or larger, over the original.
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6 TROUBLESHOOTING
Phenomenon
Countermeasure
The copy paper is damp.
The density level of the copy
image is uneven in a horizontal direction.
The transfer charger wire is
dirty.
Clean the transfer charger wire.
P.208 “Cleaning transfer charger”
The copy image is partially
missing.
The size or direction of the
copy paper and the original,
or the reproduction ratio is
not set properly.
The margin for binding is too
wide.
Use copy paper of the same size as the
original or set the reproduction ratio suitable to the copy paper size.
The copy image has black
streaks in a horizontal direction.
202
Usual cause
Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) / Automatic Document Feeder
(optional) fully so that the original will contact with the original glass.
Replace with dry copy paper.
The copy image is fogged.
There is a slight gap
between the original glass
and the original.
The scanning area or guides
are stained.
The charger is dirty.
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Adjust the image shift value again.
P.86 “Shifting Paper to Make Margin IMAGE SHIFT -”
Clean them.
P.206 “Daily Inspection”
Clean the charger.
P.207 “Cleaning charger”
Phenomenon
The copy image has white
streaks in a horizontal direction.
Usual cause
Countermeasure
The transfer charger wire is
dirty.
Clean the transfer charger wire.
P.208 “Cleaning transfer charger”
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MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
7.
This chapter describes how to clean this equipment to ensure you get the best possible copy performance.
Daily Inspection ....................................................................................................206
Cleaning charger.............................................................................................................................207
Cleaning transfer charger................................................................................................................208
7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
Daily Inspection
We recommend a weekly cleaning of the following items to assure you the best scanning performance:
y Be sure not to scratch the parts to be cleaned.
y Do not use solvent such as thinner or benzene to clean machinery. This could cause deformation or tarnishing.
y When using chemical cleaning pads, observe the precautions pertaining to the product.
2
3
4
1
1. Scanning area
Wipe with a sheet of soft dry cloth or soft cloth dampened in water and squeezed tightly. Do
not use alcohol or solvent.
2. Original glass
3. Guides
4. Platen sheet
Clean in the following procedure according to the level of staining:
- Wipe with a soft dry cloth.
- Wipe with a soft cloth dampened in water and squeezed tightly.
- Wipe with a soft cloth dampened in alcohol and squeezed tightly, and then wipe with a
soft dry cloth.
- Wipe with a soft cloth dampened in diluted mild detergent and squeezed tightly. Then
wipe with a soft cloth dampened in water and squeezed tightly. Then wipe with a soft dry
cloth.
206
Daily Inspection
Cleaning charger
If the inside of the charger is dirty, staining may appear on the copied image. Clean the charger
following the procedure below.
1
Open the front cover.
2
Clean the charger.
Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it comes to
a stop. Then reinsert it in its original position carefully. Repeat this procedure two or three
times.
Check if the cleaning knob is fully inserted after cleaning.
3
Close the front cover.
Daily Inspection
207
7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
Cleaning transfer charger
When the transfer charger wire is dirty, white steaks or unevenness of the density may appear
on copied images, or the density of the whole image may be lowered. Clean the transfer charger
wire following the procedure below.
Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover.
This could injure you.
208
1
Open the side cover.
2
Pull the transfer unit toward you carefully to lay it down while holding up the green lever.
Daily Inspection
3
Remove the transfer charger cleaner from the front pocket of the
transfer unit.
4
Wipe the transfer charger wire with the transfer charger cleaner.
5
Return the transfer charger cleaner into the cleaner pocket, and
then close the transfer unit.
6
Close the side cover.
(1) Insert the transfer charger cleaner into the front end of the transfer charger.
(2) Push the cleaner onto the front wall, and then check if the cleaner pad has contacted
with the transfer charger wire.
(3) Clean the wire from its front end to the other end in two reciprocating motions.
(4) Remove the cleaner from the front end of the transfer charger after cleaning.
Daily Inspection
209
SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
8.
e-STUDIO182/212/242 Specifications..................................................................212
Continuous copying speed..............................................................................................................213
Specifications of Options.....................................................................................214
Packing List...........................................................................................................216
Copying Function Combination Matrix...............................................................217
Combination Matrix 1/2 ...................................................................................................................217
Combination Matrix 2/2 ...................................................................................................................218
List Print Format ...................................................................................................219
Department code list .......................................................................................................................219
Mailbox list ......................................................................................................................................220
Menu list..........................................................................................................................................222
Function list .....................................................................................................................................219
Supply notice list .............................................................................................................................220
8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
e-STUDIO182/212/242 Specifications
Model name
Type
Original glass
Printing (copying) system
Developing system
Fusing method
Photosensor type
Original scanning system
Original scanning sensor
Scanning light source
Resolution
Scanning
Writing
Acceptable originals
Acceptable original size
Acceptable copy
Drawer
paper size
Bypass
Acceptable copy
paper weight
Drawer
Bypass
Warm-up time
First copy time (LT portrait)
Continuous copy speed
Multiple copying
Excluded image
Copy
width
Printer
Reproduction ratio
Actual size
Zoom
Storage capacity
Paper supply
Drawer
Bypass
Loading capacity for the receiving
tray
Toner density adjustment
Exposure control
Memory
USB interface
Environment (for normal use)
Power requirements
Dimensions (equipment only)
Power consumption
Weight (equipment including drum)
Space occupied (equipment only)
DP-1830/2120/2420
Desktop type
Fixed
Indirect electrophotographic method
2-component magnetic brush developing
2 halogen lamps
OPC
Flat surface scanning system
(When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder / Automatic
Document Feeder is installed: Fixed scanning system by feeding
the original)
Linear CIS sensor
LED
600 dpi x 600 dpi
2400 dpi x 600 dpi (Smoothing process)
Sheets, books and 3-dimensional objects
Max. LD
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, 13"LG, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5,
B5-R, FOLIO
17 - 20 lb. Bond
17 - 20 lb. Bond (for continuous feed)
13 lb. Bond - 90 lb. Index (for single feed)
17 - 20 lb. Bond (When the Automatic Duplexing Unit is used.)
Approx. 25 seconds
Approx. 7.7 seconds (e-STUDIO182/212), Approx. 7.5 seconds
(e-STUDIO242)
See P.213 “Continuous copying speed”
Up to 999 copies (digital key entry)
Leading edge: 0.12"±0.08", Trailing edge: 0.08"±0.08",
Both edges: 0.08"±0.08"
Leading edge: 0.20"±0.08", Trailing edge: 0.20"±0.08",
Both edges: 0.20"±0.08"
100±0.5%
25 - 200% (in 1% increments)
Max. 250 sheets or until the memory is full (TOSHIBA’s own chart)
250 sheets (20 lb. Bond)
100 sheets (20 lb. Bond)
Approx. 250 sheets (17 lb. Bond)
Magnetic auto-toner system
Automatic plus manual selection from 7 exposure steps
Page memory: 112 MB
USB2.0 (Hi-Speed)
Temperature: 10 º - 30 ºC (50 º - 86 ºF), Humidity: 20 - 85% (No
condensation)
115 V±10%, 12 A (50/60 Hz)
23.62" (W) x 25.93" (D) x 18.21" (H)
1.5 kW or less (including options), Performance value: Approx. 1.2
kW
Approx. 70.5 lb.
37.32" (W) x 25.93" (D)
y These specifications vary depending on the copying conditions and the environment.
y Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product
improvement.
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e-STUDIO182/212/242 Specifications
Continuous copying speed
sheets/min.
Paper size
LT, A4, B5
Feeder
LT-R, A4-R, B5-R
Drawer of the equipment
Drawer of other than
the equipment
Bypass tray
Drawer
ST-R, A5-R
Bypass tray
Drawer
LG, COMP, 13"LG,
B4, FOLIO
LD, A3
Bypass tray
Drawer
Bypass tray
Drawer
Bypass tray
e-STUDIO182
e-STUDIO212
e-STUDIO242
18
21
24
16
20
23
16
20
23
15.5 (14) *1
15.5
15.5 (14) *1
15.5
17.5 (16) *1
17.5
– *2
16
– *2
20
– *2
23
13 (12) *1
13
13 (12) *1
13
15 (13.5) *1
15
11 (10.5) *1
11
11 (10.5) *1
11
13 (12) *1
13
*1 Values of when paper is placed in the lower drawer of the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) are shown in
parentheses.
*2 ST-R and A5-R can be placed only on the bypass tray.
y The values above are measured when originals are set on the original glass, 100% and nonsort multiple copies are made.
y TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values of the specifications above.
y The bypass copying speed is as listed above when specifying the paper size.
y This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment.
e-STUDIO182/212/242 Specifications
213
8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
Specifications of Options
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
Model name
MR-3023
Copy sides
1-side, Duplex
Number of originals (LT)
100 originals (13.3 - 20 lb. Bond) or 0.63" or less in height (more than 20 lb.
Bond)
Feeding speed
1.79" - 7.17"
Acceptable originals
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
(ST and A5 size are not acceptable.)
Paper weight
1-sided original: 13.3 - 33.8 lb., 2-sided original: 13.3 - 33.8 lb.
Power source
Power supplied from the equipment
Dimensions
22.6" (W) x 20.8" (D) x 5.3" (H)
Weight
Approx. 25.4 lb.
Power consumption
33 W max.
Automatic Document Feeder
Model name
MR-2020
Copy sides
1-side
Number of originals (LT)
100 originals (13.3 - 20 lb. Bond) or 0.63" or less in height (more than 20 lb.
Bond)
Feeding speed
1.79" - 7.17"
Acceptable originals
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
(ST and A5 size are not acceptable.)
Paper weight
13.3 - 33.8 lb.
Power source
Power supplied from the equipment
Dimensions
22.6" (W) x 20.8" (D) x 5.3" (H)
Weight
Approx. 24.3 lb.
Power consumption
30 W max.
Automatic Duplexing Unit
Model Name
MD-0103
Acceptable Paper
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
Power Source
17 - 20 lb. Bond
Weight
Approx. 2.6 lb.
Paper Feed Unit
214
Model name
MY-1027
Acceptable paper size
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, 13"LG, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO (Nonstandard sizes are not acceptable.)
Paper weight
17 - 20 lb. Bond
Maximum capacity
250 sheets (20 lb.)
Dimensions
20.9" (W) x 22.7" (D) x 4.9" (H)
Weight
Approx. 11.0 lb.
Specifications of Options
Paper Feed Pedestal
Model name
KD-1022
Acceptable paper size
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
(ST, A5 and non-standard size are not acceptable.)
Paper weight
17 - 20 lb. Bond
Maximum capacity
550 sheets (20 lb.)
Dimensions
24.5" (W) x 25.9" (D) x 14.4" (H)
Weight
Approx. 57.3 lb.
Drawer Module
Model name
MY-1028
Acceptable paper size
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO
(ST, A5 and non-standard size are not acceptable.)
Paper weight
17 - 20 lb. Bond
Maximum capacity
550 sheets (20 lb.)
Weight
Approx. 8.8 lb.
TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values above. Specifications and appearance are
subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
Specifications of Options
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8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
Packing List
Packing list
Operator’s Manual
Power cable
Operator’s Manual pocket
Set-up report
Warranty sheet
CD-ROM (2 pcs.) (TOSHIBA Viewer V2 / User Documentation)
216
Packing List
No
No
No
No
*2
Yes
Job build
2in1/4in1
ID card
XY zoom
Job memory
No
Book > 2
No
Yes
2>1 Split
Annotation
Yes
Yes
2>2 Duplex
1>2 Duplex
Dual page
Duplex
Yes
1>1 Simplex
No
Yes
Paper type
No
Magazine sort
Edge erase
No
Alternation
Yes
Yes
Sort
Image shift
Finishing
*1
Mixed
original
sizes
Non-sort
Mixed original sizes
Already setting
Next setting
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Non-sort
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sort
Yes
*3
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Alternation
Finishing
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Image shift Edge erase
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Paper type
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1>1 Simplex
ʊ
ʊ
Yes
Yes
Yes
ʊ
ʊ
Yes
ʊ
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ʊ
Yes
Yes
*1
Yes
2>1
Split
*3 The function set later will be valid, and the automatic magnification selection (AMS) will be enabled.
Yes
Yes
ʊ
ʊ
No
ʊ
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
ʊ
No
Yes
*1
No
Book > 2
*2 The function set later will be valid, and the reproduction ratio will be set to 100% automatically.
Yes
Yes
ʊ
ʊ
Yes
Yes
ʊ
Yes
No
ʊ
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ʊ
Yes
Yes
ʊ
Yes
*1
Yes
2>2
Duplex
Duplex
Yes
Yes
*1
Yes
1>2
Duplex
*1 Even when Non-sort has been set, Sort is automatically set.
Yes
*3
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Magazine
sort
Copying Function Combination Matrix
Combination Matrix 1/2
Copying Function Combination Matrix
217
218
Copying Function Combination Matrix
Yes
No
Yes
No
1>1 Simplex
1>2 Duplex
No
No
Yes
Yes
2in1/4in1
ID card
XY zoom
Job memory
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
*2
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Job build
Yes
*2
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
*1
No
2in1/4in1
Yes
*3
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
*1
No
ID card
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
XY zoom
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Job memory
*3 The function set later will be valid, and the automatic magnification selection (AMS) will be enabled.
*2 The function set later will be valid, and the reproduction ratio will be set to 100% automatically.
*1 Even when Non-sort has been set, Sort is automatically set.
No
Job build
No
No
Book > 2
No
No
No
2>1 Split
No
No
No
2>2 Duplex
Annotation
Dual page
Duplex
Yes
Yes
Paper type
Yes
Yes
No
No
Magazine sort
Edge erase
No
No
Alternation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sort
No
*1
Image shift
Finishing
No
*1
Annotation
No
Dual page
Non-sort
Mixed original sizes
Already setting
Next setting
8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
Combination Matrix 2/2
List Print Format
Department code list
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RX PGS
Print PGS
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Function list
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FUNCTION
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
NAME
AVAILABLE MEMORY
GENERAL SETTING
DRAWER SIZE
DRAWER 1
BYPASS
WALKUP SCREEN
TIMERS
AUTO CLEAR
AUTO POWER SAVE
AUTO SLEEP
WEEKLY TIMER
SPEAKER VOLUME
ALARM VOLUME
KEY TOUCH VOLUME
RINGER VOLUME
MONITOR VOLUME
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LIST
: 112MB
: LT
:
: COPY
: 45SEC
: 15MIN
: 15MIN
: OFF
:
:
:
:
0
1
4
4
COPY SETUP
MENU CUSTOMIZE
APS/AMS
IMAGE MODE
LIGHT/DARK
FINISHING
:
:
:
:
:
FINISHING
APS
TEXT/PHOTO
AUTO
NON SORT
FAX SETUP
LINE MONITOR
: OFF
:
:
:
:
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RECOVERY TX
TTI
SEND AFTER SCAN
ACCOUNT CODE
SEPARATOR PAGE
SECURE RX
MEMORY RX
REDUCTION
DISCARD
PRIVILEGED RX
RTI
REPORTS & LIST
JOURNAL
MANUAL OUTPUT
AUTO
COMMUNICATION REPORT
DOCUMENT TX
MEMORY TX
MULTI TX
MULTI POLL
RELAY ORIGINATOR
RELAY STATION
RELAY DESTINATION
RECEPTION LIST
LOCAL MAILBOX
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:
:
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OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
: TX & RX
: ON
:
:
:
:
:
:
ON ERROR
ON ERROR (IMAGE)
ON ERROR (IMAGE)
ON ERROR
ON ERROR (IMAGE)
ON ERROR (IMAGE)
:ON ERROR (IMAGE)
: OFF
: OFF
List Print Format
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8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
Supply notice list
SUPPLY NOTICE FORM
S E T U P I N F O R M AT I O N
DESTINATION SETUP
:
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DATE & TIME
: OCT-02-2009
CUSTOMER NUMBER
: XXX-XXX-XXXX
SHIP TO NAME
: XXXXXXXXXX
S H I P TO A D D R E S S
: XXXXXXXXXX
CONTACT NAME
: XXXXXXXXXX
CONTACT TEL NUMBER
: XXX-XXX-XXXX
09:30AM
e-STUDIO 182/212/242 Series
MACHINE NAME
: XXXXXXXXXX
FAX NUMBER
: XXX-XXX-XXXX
Mailbox list
MAILBOX/RELAY BOX REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
NAME
:
:
:
:
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MAILBOX
BOX NBR
TYPE
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CONFIDENTIAL BOX
CONFIDENTIAL BOX
BULLETIN BOARD
BULLETIN BOARD
PGS FILE NBR
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X
X
X
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XX
DATE
XX
XX
XX
XX
TIME
FROM
XX:XX
XX:XX
XX:XX
XX:XX
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RELAY
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RELAY BOX
END STATION
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ABB
GROUP
List Print Format
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1111
REPLY TO NUMBER
002
ABB.
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Configuration page list
C O N F I G U R AT I O N PAG E
S/N
F/W Ver.
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GENERAL
MEMORY SIZE
OPTIONAL FUNCTIONAL KIT
TIME
: '09-10-02
09:30
: 256MB
: NOT INSTALLED
NETWORK SETTING
GENERAL PRODUCT
GENERAL
ETHERNET SPEED/DUPLEX MODE
NETWORK
TCP/IP
ADDRESS MODE
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
DEFAULT GATEWAY
IPX/SPX
ENABLE IPX/SPX
FRAME TYPE
APPLE TALK
ENABLE APPLE TALK
DEVICE NAME
DESIRED ZONE
SESSION
DNS SESSION
ENABLE DNS
PRIMARY DNS SERVER ADDRESS
SECONDARY DNS SERVER ADDRESS
: 10BASE FULL
: DYNAMIC
: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
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: ENABLE
: AUTO SENSE
: DISABLE
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: *
: ENABLE
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NIC status page list
Unit
Serial
No
: XXXXXXXX
Network Address
: XX;XX;XX;XX;XX;XX
N e t w o r k To p o l o g y
: Ethernet
Network Speed
: auto (default)
Connector:
RJ45
Novell Network Information
enabled
Print Server Name
: XXXXXXXXXXXX
:
Password Defined
Search Root not defined
D i r e c t o r y S e r v i c e s Tr e e n o t d e f i n e d
Directory Service Context not defined
Scan Rate
: 5
F r a m e Ty p e
: Auto Sense
TCP/IP Network Information
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS Server
DNS Name
Host Name
enabled
:
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: XXX . XXX .
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:
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: XXX . XX . XXX . XX
:
: XXXXXXXXXXXX
IPP Network Information
Internet Printing Protocol
A p p l e Ta l k N e t w o r k I n f o r m a t i o n
enabled
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disabled
List Print Format
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8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
Menu list
MENU LIST
(PROGRAM)
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
NAME
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.GENERAL SETTING
01.DRAWER SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
02.COPY SETUP
01.MENU CUSTOMIZE
02.APS/AMS
03.IMAGE MODE
04.LIGHT/DARK
05.FINISHING
03.FAX SETUP
01.LINE MONITOR
02.RECEIVE INTERVAL
03.ECM
04.DOCUMENT MODE
05.DIAL TYPE
06.REDIAL MODE
07.RECEPTION MODE
08.MEMORY TX
09.SEQURITY TX
10 COVER SHEET
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List Print Format
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04.REPORT & LIST
01.JOURNAL
01.MANUAL OUTPUT
02.AUTOMATIC JOURNAL
02.COMMUNICATION REPORT
01.TX REPORT
02.MEMORY-TX REPORT
03.MULTI-ADD REPORT
04.MULTIPOLL REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
07.RELAY END REPORT
03.RECEPTION LIST
01.LOCAL MAILBOX LIST
02.REMOTE MAILBOX LIST
03.RELAY RECEPTION LIST
05.REMOTE SERVICE
01.REMOTE ACCESS
02.DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE
03.RDC PASSWORD
04.SUPPLY NOTICE
02.LISTS
1. DEPARTMENT CODE
2. FUNCTION
3 SUPPLY NOTICE
INDEX
Numerics
2IN1/4IN1 ..........................................81, 103
A
Acceptable originals .................................... 52
AC-IN terminal ............................................ 28
Alarm lamp ................................................. 32
ALTERNATION .......................................... 83
AMS .......................................................... 72
ANNOTATION ......................................81, 99
APS ........................................................... 67
APS / AMS ............................................... 157
APS/AMS selecting button/lamps ..... 30, 68, 73
Arrow buttons ............................................. 32
Automatic copy density mode ....................... 77
Automatic Document Feeder ..................26, 55
Automatic Duplexing Unit ............................. 26
Automatic magnification selection (AMS) ....... 72
Automatic paper selection (APS) .................. 67
B
Before calling service technician ................. 199
Bypass copying ....................................61, 62
Bypass tray ..........................................26, 61
C
CANCEL button .......................................... 32
Cartridge detecting function ......................... 14
Certification label ........................................ 20
Changing the settings ................................ 117
Charger ................................................... 207
Checking the menu structure ...................... 117
Cleaning .................................................. 206
Cleaning (charger) .................................... 207
Cleaning (transfer charger) ........................ 208
CLEAR/STOP button ................................... 31
Clock setting ............................................ 119
Configuration of options ............................... 29
Confirming set functions .............................. 66
Continuous copying speed ......................... 213
Contrast adjustment volume ......................... 31
Control panel ........................................28, 30
COPY button/lamps .................................... 32
Copy menu ................................................ 80
Copy mode main screen .............................. 33
Copy quantity .......................................33, 57
Copying function combination matrix ........... 217
Custom mode setting .................................. 33
D
Daily inspection ........................................ 206
DATA lamp ................................................ 32
Date and time ........................................... 119
Date and time display ................................ 121
Date format .............................................. 121
Default settings ...........................................66
Density adjustment ....................................161
Density adjustment buttons/lamps .................32
Density level ...............................................77
Department code ................................ 34, 141
Description of each component .....................26
Digital keys .................................................31
Disclaimer notice .........................................23
Drawer .......................................................27
DRAWER button/lamps ................................32
Drawer Module ............................................27
DUAL PAGE ........................................ 81, 97
DUPLEX ............................................. 81, 90
Duplex copying ...........................................90
E
EDGE ERASE ..................................... 81, 88
ENERGY SAVER button ..............................30
ENERGY SAVER button/lamp ......................35
Energy saving mode ........................... 35, 132
ENTER button .............................................32
External Keyboard .......................................28
F
FAX TX/RX lamp .........................................31
FINISHING .................................................81
Finishing mode ..........................................163
Front cover .................................................27
FUNCTION CLEAR button/lamp ...................31
Function switching buttons ...........................31
Fuser unit .................................................188
G
General precautions ....................................16
I
ID CARD ........................................... 81, 106
Image mode ...................................... 76, 159
Image quality optimization function ................14
IMAGE SHIFT ...................................... 81, 86
Inspection .................................................206
INTERRUPT button .............................. 30, 60
Interrupt copy ..............................................60
J
JOB BUILD ........................................ 81, 101
JOB MEMORY ................................... 81, 111
L
Language .................................................122
LCD screen ................................................31
List printing ...............................................167
List printing format .....................................219
Low power mode .........................................24
INDEX
223
M
MAGAZINE SORT ...................................... 84
Making copies ............................................ 57
Making margin ............................................ 86
Manual paper selection ................................ 68
Maximum number of originals scanned
in one go ................................................. 52
Media type .................................... 37, 55, 61
Menu customize ....................................... 155
Menu list printing ....................................... 169
Menu structure ......................................... 117
Message .................................................. 178
Message area ............................................. 33
MIXED SIZE button/lamp ............................. 30
Mixed-size copying ..................................... 70
Month format ............................................ 121
O
Operating the menu .................................. 118
Operator’s Manual pocket ............................ 26
ORIGINAL button/lamps .............................. 32
Original glass .......................................28, 53
Original mode button/lamps ......................... 32
Original scale ............................................. 28
Original stopper .......................................... 56
Out of paper ............................................... 58
P
Packing list ............................................... 216
Paper ........................................... 37, 38, 39
Paper exit stopper ....................................... 28
Paper feed cover ........................................ 27
Paper Feed Pedestal .............................27, 43
Paper Feed Unit ......................................... 27
Paper jam ................................................ 180
Paper jam
(Automatic Document Feeder, lower) ....... 182
Paper jam
(Automatic Document Feeder, upper) ....... 184
Paper jam (Automatic Duplexing Unit) ......... 186
Paper jam (bypass tray) ............................. 186
Paper jam (fuser unit) ................................ 188
Paper jam (Paper Feed Pedestal) ............... 190
Paper jam (Paper Feed Unit) ...................... 189
Paper jam (Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder, lower) ....................... 182
Paper jam (Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder, upper) ....................... 184
Paper jam (transfer unit) ............................ 187
Paper selection ........................................... 67
Paper size indicator ..................................... 27
Paper size setting ..................................... 123
PAPER TYPE ............................................. 81
Paper types not acceptable .......................... 38
Placing copy paper ..................................... 37
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INDEX
Placing originals ................................... 52, 56
Placing paper in the drawers ................. 39, 43
Platen Cover ...............................................26
Platen sheet ...............................................28
Pop-up display setting ................................165
Power switch ....................................... 28, 34
Precautions for Reversing Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic
Document Feeder (optional) ......................55
R
Receiving tray .............................................28
Recommended paper ..................................38
Recommended toner cartridge ............. 14, 193
Registering size of paper placed ...................47
Replacing toner cartridge ...........................192
Reproduction ratio ................................ 33, 72
Resuming copying .......................................59
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder
....................................................... 26, 55
ROM version display ..................................170
S
Scanning area .............................................28
Selecting button ................................... 31, 80
Selecting button display ...............................33
SETTINGS button .......................................31
Side cover ..................................................26
Sleep mode ......................................... 24, 35
Sort copying ...............................................82
Specifications .................................. 212, 214
Specifications of options .............................214
START button .............................................31
Sticker labels ..............................................37
Stopping copying .........................................59
Storing paper ..............................................38
Super sleep mode ................................ 24, 35
T
Thick paper .......................................... 37, 61
Time display format ...................................121
Time of automatic function clear ..................127
Time of automatic low power mode .............128
Time of automatic sleep mode /
super sleep mode ...................................130
Timer setting .............................................127
Toner cartridge .....................14, 28, 192, 193
Toner remaining check function ....................14
Total number copied or printed ...................117
Touch key tone setting ...............................139
Tracing paper .............................................37
Transfer charger ........................................208
Transfer unit .............................................187
Transparencies .................................... 37, 61
Troubleshooting ............................... 177, 199
Turning power on/off ....................................34
U
USB terminal .............................................. 28
USER FUNCTIONS button .......................... 30
User functions mode main screen ............... 117
V
Volume adjustment ................................... 137
W
Walkup screen setting ............................... 125
Weekly timer setting .................................. 134
X
XY ZOOM ..........................................81, 109
Z
Zooming in/out copy image .......................... 72
INDEX
225
226
INDEX
Printed in China
DP-1830/2120/2420
OME090060B0
MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
Operator's Manual for Copying Functions
2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN
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