Operating instructions | EverFocus EDR 810 DVR User Manual

Operating Instructions
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Before Using the Machine
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Basics
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Printing Functions
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Troubleshooting
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User Tools
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Remarks
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Entering Text
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Specifications
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to read the
Safety Information before using the machine.
Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions and notes on the operation and use of this machine. For your
safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the machine. Keep this manual in a handy
place for quick reference.
Important
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages as a result of handling or operating the machine.
Notes:
The model names of the machines do not appear in the following pages. Check the type of your machine before reading this mamual.
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Type1 (Pixel Density 600 × 600 dpi): CP6346/LDD280/HQ9000/3590DNP
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Type2 (Pixel Density 400 × 400 dpi): CP6334/LDD250/HQ7000/3580DNP
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual. With this machine refer to the inch version.
For good print quality, the supplier recommends that you use genuine master and ink from the supplier.
The supplier shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of parts
other than genuine parts from the supplier with your office products.
Power Source
120V, 60Hz, 3.2A or more
Please be sure to connect the power cord to a power source as above. For details about power source,
see p.170 “Power Connection”.
Trademark
PostScript® and Acrobat® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and might be trademarks of their
respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
Symbols
In accordance with IEC 60417, this machine uses the following symbols for the main switch:
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a means POWER ON.
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b means POWER OFF.
Manuals for This Machine
The following manuals describe the operational procedures of this machine. For
particular functions, see the relevant parts of the manual.
Note
❒ Manuals provided are specific to machine type.
❒ Adobe Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader is necessary to view the manuals as a
PDF file.
❖ Safety Information (paper)
Describes information about the safety precautions.
❖ Easy Operation Guide (paper/PDF file - CD-ROM *1 )
Describes information about the control panel and basic operations.
❖ Operating Instructions (this manual)
Describes operations, functions, User Tools (initial setting, mode setting, etc.)
and troubleshooting.
❖ Network Guide (PDF file - CD-ROM *1 )
Describes procedures for configuring the machine and computers in a network environment.
❖ Printer Reference (PDF file - CD-ROM *1 )
Describes system settings and operations for the machine's printer function.
❖ Preparations for Use as a Printer (paper/PDF file - CD-ROM *1 )
Describes procedures for connecting the Ethernet and USB cables to the machine.
❖ Manuals for DeskTopBinder Lite
DeskTopBinder Lite is a utility included on the CD-ROM labeled “Document
Management Utility”.
• DeskTopBinder Lite Setup Guide (PDF file - CD-ROM *2 )
Describes the installation of, and the operating environment for DeskTopBinder Lite in detail. This guide can be displayed from the [Setup] dialog
box when DeskTopBinder Lite is installed.
• DeskTopBinder Introduction Guide (PDF file - CD-ROM *2 )
Describes operations of DeskTopBinder Lite and provides an overview of
its functions. This guide is added to the [Start] menu when DeskTopBinder
Lite is installed.
❖ Other manuals
• PostScript3 (PDF file - CD-ROM *1 )
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Provided on the CD-ROM labeled “Operating Instructions”
Provided on the CD-ROM labeled “Document Management Utility”
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What You Can do with this Machine
Below is a quick summary of this machine's features and where to look for
more information.
❖ Preset Reduce/Enlarge
See p.59 “Preset Reduce/Enlarge”.
❖ Basic Procedure
See p.46 “Basic Procedure”.
❖ Saving Energy
See p.48 “Saving Energy”.
❖ Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper
See p.49 “Printing onto Various
Kinds of Paper”.
❖ Image Rotation
See p.53 “Image Rotation”.
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❖ Zoom
See p.60 “Zoom”.
❖ Selecting Original Type
See p.54 “Selecting Original Type”.
❖ Master Making Density
See p.55 “Master Making Density”.
❖ Adjusting the Position of Printed Images
See p.56 “Adjusting the Position of
Printed Images”.
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❖ Changing the Printing Speed
See p.57 “Changing the Printing
Speed”.
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❖ Auto Reduce/Enlarge
See p.62 “Auto Reduce/Enlarge”.
❖ Directional Magnification (%)
See p.64 “Directional Magnification (%)”.
❖ Class Settings
See p.69 “Class Settings”.
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❖ Directional Size Magnification (Inch)
See p.65 “Directional Size Magnification (inch)”.
❖ Separate
See p.73 “Separate”.
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❖ Combine
See p.66 “Combine”.
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❖ Image Repeat
See p.74 “Image Repeat”.
❖ Centering
See p.78 “Centering”.
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❖ Erase Border
See p.78 “Erase Border”.
❖ Make–up
See p.84 “Make-Up Printing Features”, p.87 “Command Sheets for
Make-Up Printing”, and p.94
“Make-Up Printing”.
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❖ Margin Adjustment
See p.79 “Margin Adjustment”.
❖ Quality Start
See p.98 “Quality Start”.
❖ Economy Mode
See p.98 “Economy Mode”.
❖ Skip Feed
See p.99 “Skip Feed”.
❖ Security
See p.100 “Security”.
❖ Conserving the Master
See p.101 “Conserving the Master”.
❖ Double Feed
See p.102 “Double Feed”.
❖ Overlay
See p.80 “Overlay”.
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❖ Preset Stamp
See p.82 “Preset Stamp”.
❖ Making Color Prints
See p.112 “Making Color Prints”.
❖ Changing the Drum Size
See p.116 “Changing the Drum
Size”.
❖ Printing from the computer
See Printer Reference.
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❖ Programs
See p.109 “Programs”.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Manuals for This Machine ......................................................................................i
What You Can do with this Machine ....................................................................ii
Notice ......................................................................................................................1
Information about Installed Software..........................................................................3
How to Read This Manual .....................................................................................8
Safety Information .................................................................................................9
Safety During Operation.............................................................................................9
Positions of RWARNING and RCAUTION Labels ...........................................11
Guide To Components ........................................................................................12
Options ................................................................................................................. 15
Option List ................................................................................................................15
Guide to Major Options ............................................................................................16
Control Panel........................................................................................................18
Display Panel ...........................................................................................................20
Turning On the Power .........................................................................................22
Turning On the Main Power .....................................................................................22
Turning On the Power ..............................................................................................23
Turning Off the Power ..............................................................................................23
Turning Off the Main Power .....................................................................................23
1. Before Using the Machine
Originals ...............................................................................................................25
Size and Weights of Recommended Originals.........................................................25
Sizes difficult to detect .............................................................................................27
Print Paper............................................................................................................28
Recommended Paper Size and Type ......................................................................28
Recommended for the LCIT.....................................................................................28
Recommended for the LCOT ...................................................................................29
Non-recommended Paper........................................................................................ 29
Storing Paper ...........................................................................................................31
Printing Size .........................................................................................................32
2. Basics
Printing Preparations ..........................................................................................33
Using the Paper Feed Tray and Delivery Tray.........................................................33
Using the LCIT and LCOT........................................................................................ 36
After Printing ........................................................................................................41
Folding the Paper Feed Tray and Delivery Tray ......................................................41
Uninstalling the LCIT................................................................................................43
Placing Originals..................................................................................................44
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass.................................................................44
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder ......................................................44
Original Orientation ..................................................................................................45
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Basic Procedure...................................................................................................46
Original Beeper ........................................................................................................47
Auto Reset ...............................................................................................................47
Saving Energy..........................................................................................................48
Auto Off Timer..........................................................................................................48
Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper ................................................................49
Printing onto Thick Paper.........................................................................................49
Printing onto Standard Paper...................................................................................49
Printing onto Envelopes ........................................................................................... 49
Printing onto Special Paper......................................................................................50
Making a Master and Prints ................................................................................ 51
Selecting Cycle Setting ............................................................................................52
Image Rotation......................................................................................................... 53
Selecting Original Type ............................................................................................54
Master Making Density.............................................................................................55
Sample Print and Adjustment.............................................................................56
Adjusting the Position of Printed Images .................................................................56
Changing the Printing Speed ...................................................................................57
3. Printing Functions
Printing Functions ...............................................................................................59
Preset Reduce/Enlarge ............................................................................................59
Zoom ........................................................................................................................60
Auto Reduce/Enlarge ...............................................................................................62
Directional Magnification (%) ...................................................................................64
Directional Size Magnification (inch) ........................................................................65
Combine...................................................................................................................66
Class Settings ..........................................................................................................69
Separate...................................................................................................................73
Image Repeat...........................................................................................................74
Centering..................................................................................................................78
Erase Border ............................................................................................................78
Margin Adjustment ...................................................................................................79
Overlay.....................................................................................................................80
Preset Stamp ...........................................................................................................82
Make-Up Printing Features ......................................................................................84
Command Sheets for Make-Up Printing ..................................................................87
Make-Up Printing .....................................................................................................94
Quality Start .............................................................................................................98
Economy Mode ........................................................................................................98
Skip Feed .................................................................................................................99
Security .................................................................................................................. 100
Conserving the Master ...........................................................................................101
Double Feed...........................................................................................................102
Storing File .........................................................................................................103
Storing Data ...........................................................................................................103
Changing a Stored File's User Name, File Name, or Password ............................105
Searching for Stored Files...................................................................................... 106
Printing Stored Files...............................................................................................107
Deleting Stored Files..............................................................................................108
Printing or Deleting Stored Files Using a Web Browser.........................................108
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Programs ............................................................................................................109
Storing a Program ..................................................................................................109
Recalling a Program...............................................................................................110
Changing a Stored Program ..................................................................................110
Changing a Program Name ...................................................................................110
Protecting a Program .............................................................................................110
Deleting a Program ................................................................................................111
Making Color Prints ...........................................................................................112
Changing the Color Drum Unit ...............................................................................112
Making Color Prints................................................................................................113
Printing in Two Colors ............................................................................................114
Changing the Drum Size ...................................................................................116
Printing Area (At 23°C/73°F, 65% RH)...................................................................116
Master Cut Length..................................................................................................116
Combination Chart.............................................................................................117
4. Troubleshooting
If Your Machine Does Not Operate as You Want ............................................119
If you Cannot Make Clear Prints.......................................................................121
Faint Prints .............................................................................................................121
Black Lines/Stained Prints .....................................................................................121
Dirty Background.................................................................................................... 121
If You Cannot Make Prints as You Want.......................................................... 124
Combine.................................................................................................................124
Storing Files ...........................................................................................................125
BLoading Paper ................................................................................................126
Loading Paper into the Paper Feed Tray ...............................................................126
Loading Paper into LCIT ........................................................................................127
jAdding Ink ......................................................................................................128
CReplacing the Master Roll .............................................................................130
x Clearing Misfeeds ......................................................................................... 132
“x + A” Paper Misfeeds in the Paper Feed Section..............................................132
”x + A + B” Paper Misfeeds in the Paper Feed Section .......................................133
“x + B” Paper or Master Wrapped Around the Drum............................................ 134
“x + C” Paper Misfeeds in the Paper Exit Section................................................136
“x + D” Master Misfeeds in the Master Feed Section...........................................137
“x + B + D” Master Misfeeds in the Master Feed Section ....................................138
“x + B + E” Master Misfeeds in the Master Eject Section.....................................138
“x + E” Master Misfeeds in the Master Eject Section ...........................................139
“x + P” Original Misfeeds Occur in the Auto Document Feeder ...........................140
When Paper Misfeeds in the LCIT .........................................................................141
Changing the Paper Size...................................................................................143
Changing the Paper Size of the Paper Feed Tray .................................................143
Changing the Paper Size of LCIT ..........................................................................144
MWhen the Open Cover/Unit Indicator Lights ............................................... 145
kRemoving the Used Master...........................................................................146
When Multiple Sheets Are Fed at the Same Time...........................................147
When Prints Are Not Delivered in a Neat Stack ..............................................148
When Printing on Small Size Paper .......................................................................148
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5. User Tools
User Tools Menu ................................................................................................149
System Settings .....................................................................................................149
Master Making/Print Settings .................................................................................151
Accessing User Tools (System Settings/Master Making/Print Settings)......154
Changing Default Settings .....................................................................................154
Quitting User Tools ................................................................................................154
Settings You Can Change with User Tools .....................................................155
System Settings .....................................................................................................155
Master Making/Print Settings .................................................................................160
User Code ...........................................................................................................164
Registering a User Code........................................................................................164
Changing a User Code...........................................................................................165
Deleting a User Code.............................................................................................165
Displaying the Counter for Each User Code .......................................................... 165
Printing the Counter for All User Codes .................................................................166
Clearing the Counter ..............................................................................................166
6. Remarks
Do's and Don'ts..................................................................................................167
Where to Put Your Machine .............................................................................. 169
Machine Environment ............................................................................................169
Moving....................................................................................................................170
Power Connection..................................................................................................170
Access to the Machine ...........................................................................................171
Maintaining Your Machine ................................................................................172
Cleaning the Exposure Glass.................................................................................172
Cleaning the exposure glass cover ........................................................................ 172
Cleaning the Auto Document Feeder.....................................................................173
Cleaning the paper feed roller (paper feed tray) ....................................................173
Cleaning the paper feed roller (LCIT).....................................................................173
Other Functions .................................................................................................174
Inquiry ....................................................................................................................174
Changing the Display Language ............................................................................175
Counter/Data Print .............................................................................................176
Displaying the Counter...........................................................................................176
Print the log data and programmed class list .........................................................176
7. Entering Text
Entering Text ......................................................................................................177
Available Characters ..............................................................................................177
Keys .......................................................................................................................177
Entering Text..........................................................................................................178
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8. Specifications
Main Unit.............................................................................................................179
Options ............................................................................................................... 183
Auto Document Feeder (ADF: DF Type 85)...........................................................183
Twin Color Press Roller Printing System TC-IIR....................................................183
Large Capacity System (LCS: LS3000R)...............................................................184
Other Options.........................................................................................................185
Consumables .....................................................................................................186
INDEX....................................................................................................... 187
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Notice
Important
Do not copy or print any item for which reproduction is prohibited by law.
Copying or printing the following items is generally prohibited by local law:
bank notes, revenue stamps, bonds, stock certificates, bank drafts, checks, passports, driver's licenses.
The preceding list is meant as a guide only and is not inclusive. We assume no
responsibility for its completeness or accuracy. If you have any questions concerning the legality of copying or printing certain items, consult with your legal
advisor.
Notice To Wireless LAN Interface (optional) Users
Notes to users in the United States of America
Notice:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Warning:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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Note to users in Canada
Note:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
IEEE 802.11b I/F Unit Type 1:
This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
The term “IC:” before the certification/registration number only signifies that
the Industry Canada technical specifications were met.
To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to
be operated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding.
Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed outdoors is subject to licensing.
Remarque concernant les utilisateurs au Canada
Avertissement:
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
L'utilisation de ce dispositif est autorisée seulement aux conditions suivantes: (1)
il ne doit pas produire de brouillage et (2) l'utilisateur du dispositif doit être prêt
á accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique reçu, même si ce brouillage est susceptible de compromettre le fonctionnement du dispositif.
IEEE 802.11b I/F Unit Type 1:
Ce dispositif est conforme á la norme CNR-210 d'Industrie Canada.
L'expression «IC:» avant le numéro d'homologation/enregistrement signifie
seulement que les spécifications techniques d'Industrie Canada ont été respectées.
Pour empêcher que cet appareil cause du brouillage au service faisant l'objet
d'une licence, il doit être utilisé á l'intérieur et devrait être placé loin des fenêtres
afin de fournir un écran de blindage maximal.
Si le matériel (ou son antenne d'emission) est installe á l'extérieur, il doit faire
l'objet d'une licence.
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Information about Installed Software
expat
• The software including controller, etc. (hereinafter “software”) installed on
this product uses the expat Version 1.95.2 (hereinafter “expat”) under the conditions mentioned below.
• The product manufacturer provides warranty and support to the software of
the product including the expat, and the product manufacturer makes the initial developer and copyright holder of the expat, free from these obligations.
• Information relating to the expat is available at:
http://expat.sourceforge.net/
Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center, Ltd. and Clark
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this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the
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WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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For all users to use this product:
This product contains NetBSD operating system:
For the most part, the software constituting the NetBSD operating system is not
in the public domain; its authors retain their copyright.
The following text shows the copyright notice used for many of the NetBSD
source code. For exact copyright notice applicable for each of the files/binaries,
the source code tree must be consulted.
A full source code can be found at http://www.netbsd.org/.
Copyright © 1999, 2000 The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
All rights reserved.
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All product names mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owners.
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• This product includes software developed by the University of California,
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• This product includes software developed by Jonathan R. Stone for the NetBSD Project.
• This product includes software developed by the NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
and its contributors.
• This product includes software developed by Manuel Bouyer.
• This product includes software developed by Charles Hannum.
• This product includes software developed by Charles M. Hannum.
• This product includes software developed by Christopher G. Demetriou.
• This product includes software developed by TooLs GmbH.
• This product includes software developed by Terrence R. Lambert.
• This product includes software developed by Adam Glass and Charles Hannum.
• This product includes software developed by Theo de Raadt.
• This product includes software developed by Jonathan Stone and Jason R.
Thorpe for the NetBSD Project.
• This product includes software developed by the University of California,
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and its contributors.
• This product includes software developed by Christos Zoulas.
• This product includes software developed by Christopher G. Demetriou for
the NetBSD Project.
• This product includes software developed by Paul Kranenburg.
• This product includes software developed by Adam Glass.
• This product includes software developed by Jonathan Stone.
• This product includes software developed by Jonathan Stone for the NetBSD
Project.
• This product includes software developed by Winning Strategies, Inc.
• This product includes software developed by Frank van der Linden for the
NetBSD Project.
• This product includes software developed for the NetBSD Project by Frank
van der Linden.
• This product includes software developed for the NetBSD Project by Jason R.
Thorpe.
• The software was developed by the University of California, Berkeley.
• This product includes software developed by Chris Provenzano, the University of California, Berkeley, and contributors.
Sablotron
Sablotron (Version 0.82) Copyright (c) 2000 Ginger Alliance Ltd. All Rights Reserve
a) The application software installed on this product includes the Sablotron software Version 0.82 (hereinafter, “Sablotron 0.82”), with modifications made by
the product manufacturer. The original code of the Sablotron 0.82 is provided by
Ginger Alliance Ltd., the initial developer, and the modified code of the Sablotron 0.82 has been derived from such original code provided by Ginger Alliance Ltd.
b) The product manufacturer provides warranty and support to the application
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c) The Sablotron 0.82 and the modifications thereof are made available under the
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as modified is licensed by the product manufacturer under separate agreement(s).
d) The source code of the modified code of the Sablotron 0.82 is available at: http://support-download.com/services/device/sablot/notice082.html.
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e) The source code of the Sablotron software is available at: http://www.gingerall.com.
f) MPL 1.1 is available at: http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html.
JPEG LIBRARY
• The software installed on this product is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
SASL
CMU libsasl
Tim Martin
Rob Earhart
Rob Siemborski
Copyright (c) 2001 Carnegie Mellon University. All rights reserved.
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MD4
Copyright (C) 1990-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as
the “RSA Data Security, Inc. MD4 Message-Digest Algorithm” in all material
mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and use derivative works provided that such
works are identified as “derived from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD4 MessageDigest Algorithm” in all material mentioning or referencing the derived work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this software or the suitability of this software for any particular
purpose. It is provided “as is” without express or implied warranty of any kind.
These notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation
and/or software.
MD5
Copyright (C) 1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as
the “RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm” in all material
mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and use derivative works provided that such
works are identified as “derived from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 MessageDigest Algorithm” in all material mentioning or referencing the derived work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this software or the suitability of this software for any particular
purpose. It is provided “as is” without express or implied warranty of any kind.
These notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation
and/or software.
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How to Read This Manual
Symbols
This manual uses the following symbols:
R WARNING:
Indicates important safety notes.
Ignoring these notes could result in serious injury or death. Be sure to read these
notes. They can be found in the "Safety Information" section of About This Machine.
R CAUTION:
Indicates important safety notes.
Ignoring these notes could result in moderate or minor injury, or damage to the
machine or to property. Be sure to read these notes. They can be found in the
"Safety Information" section of About This Machine.
Important
Indicates points to pay attention to when using the machine, and explanations
of likely causes of paper misfeeds, damage to originals, or loss of data. Be sure
to read these explanations.
Note
Indicates supplementary explanations of the machine’s functions, and instructions on resolving user errors.
Reference
This symbol is located at the end of sections. It indicates where you can find further relevant information.
[
]
Indicates the names of keys that appear on the machine’s display panel.
{
}
Indicates the names of keys on the machine’s control panel.
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Safety Information
When using this machine, the following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety During Operation
In this manual, the following important symbols are used:
R WARNING:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions
are not followed, could result in death or serious injury.
R CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions are not
followed, may result in minor or moderate injury or damage to property.
R WARNING:
• Do not damage, break or make any modifications to the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on it. Do not pull it hard nor bend it more
than necessary. These actions could cause an electric shock or fire.
• Disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug, not the cable) if the
power cable or plug becomes frayed or otherwise damaged.
• To avoid hazardous electric shock, do not remove any covers or
screws other than those specified in this manual.
• Turn off the power and disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug,
not the cable) if any of the following occurs:
• You spill something into the machine.
• You suspect that your machine needs service or repair.
• The external housing of your machine has been damaged.
• Keep the machine away from flammable liquids, gases, and aerosols.
A fire or an electric shock might occur.
• Connect the power cord directly into a wall outlet and never use an extension cord.
• Only connect the machine to the power source described in this manual.
• Disposal can take place at our authorized dealer or at appropriate collection sites.
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R CAUTION:
• After you move the machine, use the caster fixture to fix it in place. Otherwise the machine might move or come down to cause an injury.
• If you use the machine in a confined space, make sure there is a continuous
air turnover.
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. Otherwise a fire or an electric shock might occur.
• Protect the machine from dampness or wet weather, such as rain and snow.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples over,
an injury might occur.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine.
While moving the machine, you should take care that the power cord will not
be damaged under the machine.
• When you disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet, always pull the
plug (not the cable).
• Do not allow paper clips, staples, or other small metallic objects to fall inside
the machine.
• For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the machine or expended
supply waste at household waste collection points. Disposal can take place
at an authorized dealer.
• When disposing of a used ink container, reattach the cap to prevent ink from
splattering.
• Be careful not to get ink on your clothes when replacing an ink container. Ink
stains on clothes are hard to remove.
• Be careful not to cut yourself on any sharp edges when you reach inside the
machine to remove misfed sheets of paper or masters.
• If ink comes into contact with your eyes, rinse immediately in running water.
For other symptoms, consult a doctor.
• Keep the ink or ink container out of reach of children.
• If ink is ingested, induce vomiting by drinking a strong saline solution. Consult a doctor immediately.
• If your skin comes into contact with ink, wash the affected area thoroughly
with soap and water.
• While printing, do not touch the belt at the end of the paper delivery tray or
the job separator. Otherwise, an injury might occur.
• Our products are engineered to meet the high standards of quality and functionality, and we recommend that you only use the expendable supplies
available at an authorized dealer.
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Positions of RWARNING and RCAUTION
Labels
This machine has labels for RWARNING and RCAUTION at the positions
shown below. For safety, please follow the instructions and handle the machine
as indicated.
AJK100S
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Guide To Components
AJK111S
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1. Front door
5. Paper feed side plates
Open to access the inside of the machine.
Prevent paper skewing.
2. Control panel
6. Paper feed tray
See p.18 “Control Panel”.
Load paper here.
3. Master making unit
7. Paper feed side plates knob
Open this unit when installing the master.
Use to move the side plates.
4. Paper feed tray down key
8. Paper feed side plates knob lock
lever
Press to lower the paper feed tray.
Locks the paper feed side plates.
AJK110S
1. Main switch
7. Master eject unit handle E1
Use to turn the power on or off.
Use to pull out the master eject unit.
2. Paper alignment wings
8. Ink holder
Lift or lower the wings depending on the
type of paper being used.
Set the ink cartridge in this holder.
3. Paper delivery side plates
Lower to unlock and pull out the drum
unit.
Use to align the prints on the paper delivery tray.
4. Paper delivery end plate
This plate aligns the leading edge of
prints.
5. Paper delivery tray
9. Drum unit lock lever B1
10. Drum unit
The master is wrapped around this unit.
11. Exposure glass
Position originals here face down for
printing.
Completed prints are delivered here.
6. Chocks
Use to adjust the buffer fins.
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12. Exposure glass cover (optional)
or Auto Document Feeder (optional)
Lower this cover over an original on the
exposure glass. If you have the ADF, load
a stack of originals here. They will be fed
automatically, one by one.
(The illustration shows the ADF.)
13. Trailing edge guides
Swing out these guides when you use A4,
81/2" × 11"KL paper.
14. Buffer fins
Use to stack prints neatly.
15. Paper delivery end plate knob
Use to move the end plate.
16. Paper delivery side plate knobs
Use to move the side plates.
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Options
Option List
Options
Model Name
Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
DF Type 85
Exposure Glass Cover
Platen Cover Type 1018
Large Capacity System (LCS)
LS3000R
Drum unit
Metric version: Drum Type 90 <A3> / <A4>
Inch version:Drum Type 90 <A4> (81/2" × 11") /
<11" × 17">
Twin color press roller printing system
TC-IIR
PostScript board
PostScript3 Board Type 2
IEEE 1284 parallel board
IEEE 1284 Parallel Board Type 1
IEEE 802.11b interface board
IEEE 802.11b I/F Unit Type 1
Memory unit
Memory Unit TypeC (128 MB/256 MB)
HDD board
Extension HDD Type 1
Key Counter
–
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Guide to Major Options
❖ Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
Load a stack of originals here. They will be fed automatically, one by one.
AJK155S
1. Auto Document Feeder
❖ Large Capacity System (LCS): Large capacity input tray (LCIT)
AJK143S
1. Indicators
2. Side guide adjustment knob
3. Down button
4. Up button
5. Side guide screw
6. Feeding pressure lever
7. Side guides
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8. Input tray
9. Power switch
10. Cover release lever
11. Cover
12. Intermediate feeding section
13. LCIT release lever
❖ Large Capacity System (LCS): Large capacity output tray (LCOT)
AJK146S
1. Side guide adjustment knob
2. End plate screw
3. End plate
4. Output tray
5. Side guides
6. Up button
7. Down button
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Control Panel
AJK401S
1. Screen contrast knob
8. {Program} key
Adjusts the brightness of the display panel.
Press to register frequently used settings,
or to recall registered settings.
2. {Image Position} key
Adjusts the position of printed images.
9. {Clear Modes} key
3. {User Tools} key
Press to clear previously entered print job
settings.
Press to change the default settings to
meet your requirements.
4. Position Setting keys
Press to reject the online print temporarily.
Adjusts the position of printed images.
11. {Master Making} mode select key
5. {Printer Settings} key
Press to select the master making mode.
Press to change the default settings for
online printing.
6. Indicators
M: Open Cover/Unit indicator. See p.145
“MWhen the Open Cover/Unit Indicator Lights”.
Let you know the status of the machine.
j: Add Ink indicator. See p.128 “jAdding Ink”.
C: Master End indicator. See p.130
“CReplacing the Master Roll”.
B: Load Paper indicator. See p.126
“BLoading Paper”.
k: Master Eject indicator. See p.146
“kRemoving the Used Master”.
x: Misfeed indicator. See p.132 “x
Clearing Misfeeds”.
7. {Check Modes} key
Press this key to check settings.
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10. {Hold Data-in} key
12. {Auto Cycle} key
Press to make masters and prints in a single
operation. See p.46 “Basic Procedure”.
13. {Print} mode select key
Press to select the print mode.
14. Main power indicator
The main power indicator lights up when
the main switch is turned on.
15. {Proof} key
Press to make a proof print.
Note
❒ Same as 22.
16. Data In indicator (Green)
• On: Data waiting for Master Making is
in the machine.
• Blinking: Data is being received, or
Master Making is in progress.
• Off: Master Making are completed.
17. Error indicator (Red)
• On: An error has occurred. You can
not make a master.
• Off: Normal status
18. Speed setting keys
Press to adjust the printing speed. See
p.57 “Changing the Printing Speed”.
19. {Initial position} key
Press to reset to the standard image position.
20. Number keys
Press to enter the desired number of
prints and data for selected modes.
21. {Clear/Stop} key
• Clear
Press to delete a number entered.
• Stop
Press to stop a job in progress.
22. {Proof} key
Press to make a proof print.
Note
❒ Same as 15.
23. {Start} key
Press to start making masters or printing.
24. Operation switch
Press this switch to operate the machine
in Energy Saver mode.
To go back into the Energy Saver mode,
press this switch.
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Display Panel
The display panel shows machine status, error messages and function menus.
The function items displayed serve as selector keys. You can select or specify an
item by lightly pressing them.
When you select or specify an item on the display panel, it is highlighted like
. Keys appearing as
cannot be used.
Important
❒ A force or impact of more than 30 N (about 3 kgf) will damage the display
panel.
AJK410S
1. Original functions.
2. Operational status and messages.
3. You can register up to three frequently used reduce/enlarge ratios
other than the fixed reduce/enlarge
ratios.
4. Numbers of prints set.
5. Displays available functions.
Press a function name to display its
menu. For example, press [Reduce /
Enlarge] to bring up the Reduce/Enlarge menu.
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6. Displays contents of the Shortcut
keys. You can register frequently
used functions in these keys.
7. A clip mark indicates the currently selected function.
Common Key Operations
The following keys are common to all screens.
❖ Key list
[OK]
Acknowledges a selected function or entered values, and then returns
to the previous display
[Cancel]
Deletes a selected function or entered values, and then returns to the
previous display
[UPrev.], [TNext]
Moves to the previous page or the next page when all functions cannot
be displayed on one page.
[OK] [Yes]
Closes displayed messages.
[Clear]
Clears entered values and does not change the settings.
[Exit]
Returns to the previous display.
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Turning On the Power
❖ Main switch (left side of the machine)
Press to activate the machine.
When the machine has finished
warming up, you can make master
and prints.
Turning off this switch will completely turn off power to the machine.
Turning On the Main Power
A Make sure that the power cord is
firmly plugged into the wall outlet.
B Open the switch cover and turn
on the main switch.
❖ Operation switch (right side of the
control panel)
Press to activate the machine.
When the machine has finished
warming up, you can make master
and prints.
Note
❒ This machine automatically enters
Energy Saver Mode or turns itself
off if you do not use it for a certain
period. See p.48 “Saving Energy”
and p.48 “Auto Off Timer”.
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AJK444S
The main power indicator turns
on.
Important
❒ Do not turn off the main power
immediately after it has been
turned on. Otherwise it may result in damage to the hard disk
or memory, leading to the malfunctioning of the machine.
Turning On the Power
Turning Off the Main Power
A Press the operation switch.
Important
❒ Be sure to turn off the main switch
before pulling out the power plug.
Not doing this may result in damage to the hard disk or memory.
A Open the switch cover, and turn
off the main switch.
AJK806S
Note
❒ If the power is not turned on
when the operation switch is
pressed, check if the main power switch is on. If not, turn it on.
AJK445S
The main power indicator goes off.
Turning Off the Power
A Press the operation switch.
AJK806S
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1. Before Using the Machine
Originals
Size and Weights of Recommended Originals
❖ Metric version
Where original is
placed
Original size
Original weight
Exposure glass
A3 L, B4 L, A4 KL, B5 JIS
(Japanese Industrial Standard)
KL
--
ADF
A3 L, B4 JIS L, A4 KL,
B5 JIS KL, A5KL
52–128 g/m2
Original size
Original weight
Exposure glass
11" × 17" L, 81/2" × 14" L,
81/2" × 11" KL
--
ADF
11" × 17" L, 81/2" × 14" L, 81/2" ×
11" KL, 51/2" × 81/2" KL
14–28 lb.
❖ Inch version
Where original is
placed
Note
❒ The maximum number of originals that can be placed in the ADF is about 50
(80 g/m2, 20 lb).
❒ If you do not lift the exposure glass cover more than 30° when you place another original, the machine might not detect the next original size correctly.
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Before Using the Machine
Non compatible originals for the Auto Document Feeder(ADF)
Placing the following types of originals in the ADF can cause paper misfeeds or
result in damage to the originals. Place these originals on the exposure glass instead.
• Originals other than those specified on p.25 “Size and Weights of Recommended Originals”.
• Perforated or torn originals
• Curled, folded, or creased originals
• Pasted originals
• Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermal fax paper, art paper, aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper.
• Originals with indexes, tags, other projecting parts
• Stapled or clipped original
• Sticky originals such as translucent paper
• Thin originals that have low stiffness
• Thick originals such as postcards
• Bound originals such as books
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
1
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Originals
Sizes difficult to detect
It is difficult for the machine to automatically detect the sizes of the following
types of originals, so select the paper size manually.
• Originals with indexes, tags, or other protrusions
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Text or picture dense original
• Originals containing solid images
• Originals containing solid images around their edges
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Sizes Detectable by Auto Paper Select
❍ : Detectable size × : Undetectable size
❖ Metric version
Size A3 L
B4 JIS L
A4 KL
B5 JIS KL
A5 KL
Location of the
original
Exposure glass
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
ADF
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❖ Inch version
Size 11" × 17" L
81/2" × 14" L
81/2" × 11" KL
51/2" × 81/2" KL
Location of the
original
Exposure glass
❍
❍
❍
×
ADF
❍
❍
❍
❍
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Before Using the Machine
Print Paper
Recommended Paper Size and Type
1
The following limitations apply:
Paper Size
Metric
Paper
Weight
Inch
Paper feed tray A3 L, B4 JIS L, A4 LK, B5 JIS
LK, A5 L, B6 JIS L, A6 L
Others (Vertical: 70 - 297 mm,
Horizontal: 148 - 432 mm)
11" × 17" L, 81/2" × 14" L,
81/2" × 11" LK, 51/2" ×
81/2" LK, 8" × 13" L
47.1 - 209.3
g/m2, 12.5 55.6 lb
Others (Vertical: 2.76" - 11.7",
Horizontal: 5.83" - 17")
Recommended for the LCIT
The size and quantity of paper that can be loaded on the LCIT are as follows.
Paper size
Metric version
Paper weight
Tray capacity
47.1 – 209.3 g/m2
(12.5 – 55.61 lb.)
3000 sheets
(80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
Inch version
Maximum: 297 × 432 Maximum: 11.6" ×
mm (325 × 447 mm *1 ) 17.0" (12.7" × 17.5" *1 )
Minimum: 128 × 182 mm Minimum: 5.1" × 7.1"
*1
Paper stack height:
Less than 320 mm
(12.5")
When the image position is set to 0 mm (0")
Note
❒ Tray capacity is based on using high quality 80 g/m2 (20 lb.) paper. The number of sheets shown is approximate.
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Print Paper
Recommended for the LCOT
Paper size
Metric version
Paper weight
1
Inch version
Maximum: 297 × 432 Maximum: 11.6" ×
mm (325 × 447 mm *1 ) 17.0" (12.7" × 17.5"
*1 )
47.1 – 209.3 g/m2
(12.5 – 55.61 lb.)
Minimum: 70 × 148 mm Minimum: 2.8" × 5.9"
(When the LCIT is in(When the LCIT is installed: 128 × 182 mm) stalled: 5.1" × 7.1")
*1
Tray capacity
3000 sheets
(80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
Paper stack height:
Less than 345 mm
(13.5")
When the image position is set to 0 mm (0")
Note
❒ Tray capacity is based on using high quality 80 g/m2 (20 lb.) paper. The number of sheets shown is approximate.
Non-recommended Paper
The following types of paper are not recommended for this machine:
• Roughly cut paper
• Paper of different thickness in the same stack
• Envelopes heavier than 85 g/m2, 22 lb.
• Folded, curled, creased, or damaged paper
• Damp paper
• Torn paper
• Slippery paper
• Rough paper
• Paper with any kind of coating (such as carbon)
• Short grain paper
• Thin paper that has low stiffness
• Paper that is prone to generate a lot of paper dust
• Grained paper loaded with the direction of the grain perpendicular to the
feed direction
• Certain types of long thin envelopes.
E.g. international mail envelopes
ZFXX040E
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Before Using the Machine
• The following types of envelopes
1
Note
❒ Do not use inkjet paper. It does not absorb ink well, print will smudge if
rubbed, and the back of paper may be dirtied.
❒ If you print on rough grained paper, the print image might be blurred.
❒ You can use A3 (297 × 420 mm) or 11" × 17" originals or printing paper. When
you want to print the entire image of an A3, 11" × 17" original, select Reduce
mode because the maximum print areas are as follows:
• Metric version: 290 × 412 mm, 11.4" × 16.2"
• Inch version: 290 × 422 mm, 11.4" × 16.6"
❒ When you use A3, 11" × 17" and 209.3 g/m2, 55.6 lb paper, slow the printing
speed down to setting 1, 2, or 3.
Important
❒ Correct curls in the paper before placing it in the machine. When you cannot
correct the paper curl, stack the paper with the curl face down or face up as
shown in the illustration. If the paper is curled, it might wrap around the
drum or stains might appear.
TPEY990E
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Print Paper
Storing Paper
Note
❒ When storing paper, the following precautions should always be taken:
1
• Do not store paper where it will be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Avoid storing paper in humid (greater than 70%) areas.
• Store on a flat surface.
❒ Keep open reams of paper in the package and store as you would unopened
paper.
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Before Using the Machine
Printing Size
Maximum print size
1
• Metric version:
290 × 412 mm, 11.4" × 16.2" (approx. A3 size)
• Inch version:
290 × 422 mm, 11.4" × 16.6"
At low temperatures, the maximum
print size may be somewhat smaller.
Range that cannot be printed
The first 6 mm, 0.24", of the leading
edge and the last 2 mm, 0.08", of the
trailing edge cannot be printed. Make
sure the leading edge margin is at
least 6 mm, 0.24", and the trailing
edge margin is at least 2 mm, 0.08".
Original
a = 6 mm, 0.24"
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Print
2. Basics
Printing Preparations
Using the Paper Feed Tray and
Delivery Tray
Loading Paper
A Carefully open the paper feed tray.
C Make
sure that the paper feed
side plates knob lock lever is
raised (lock is released), and then
grasp the paper feed side plates
knob and adjust the paper feed
side plates to match the paper
size.
ACY007S
ZDCY130E
B Lift the paper feed side plates.
Important
❒ Always adjust the position with
the lock lever for the paper feed
side plates in the raised position
(lock released).
D Place the paper on the paper feed
tray.
ZDCH050E
Note
❒ When loading larger paper, slide
out the extender.
ACY008S
Note
❒ Correct the paper curl before
loading the paper. If you cannot
do so, stack the paper with the
curl face down.
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Basics
E Make
sure that the paper feed
side plates are touching both
sides of the paper, and then push
the lock lever for the side plates
down to lock the side plates into
position.
B Lift the paper delivery side plates
and adjust them to match the paper size.
2
ABL024S
ZDCY041E
Important
❒ Always make sure that you
push the lock lever for the side
plates down to lock the side
plates into position.
Note
❒ Make sure that the paper size
and orientation in the display
panel correspond with the actual paper size and orientation set
on the paper feed tray.
Setting Up The Paper Delivery Tray
A Raise the paper delivery tray slightly, and then gently lower it with
your hand.
ABL022S
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C Lift the paper delivery end plate
and adjust it to match the paper
size.
ACY064S
Note
❒ The inside of the plates should
correspond to the paper size.
Printing Preparations
Adjusting the Paper Alignment Wings
and Chocks
❖ Paper alignment wings
Adjust the paper alignment wings.
Use the paper alignment wings and
chocks to stack printed paper neatly.
Note
❒ Prints may be delivered curled up
if they contain large areas of solid
image. If this happens, raise the
paper alignment wings to about 45
degrees. When printing on B5
JISL K or A4K of 52.3 g/m2, 13.9
lb or thinner, slide the chocks up
together.
❒ Depending on the type of paper
you are using, you may not be able
to load to capacity (1000 sheets)
when the wings are raised.
❒ When printing on 52.3 g/m2, 13.9
lb or thinner at a fast speed, paper
jams (C) may occur in the paper
exit area. If this happens, do the
following:
• Decrease print speed.
2
ACY053S
1. Raise the wings fully.
2. Raise the wings to about 45 degrees.
❖ Chocks
Slide the chocks up or down to adjust the buffer fins to match the paper size and thickness.
Reference
p.57 “Changing the Printing
Speed”
• Lower the paper alignment wings.
• Push the end plate toward the
paper delivery tray edge.
❒ When the paper alignment wings
are raised, prints may not be delivered neatly stacked, depending on
paper type. If this happens, lower
the wings.
ACY054S
Adjust the paper alignment wings
and chocks according to paper size
and thickness, as follows:
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Basics
2
Paper
Weight
Paper
Size
Paper
alignment
wings
Chocks
128
g/m2,
34 lb or
thicker
A3 L,
11" ×
17"L, B4
JIS L
Lower
the
wings.
Down
A4 LK,
B5 JIS
LK
Lower
the
wings.
Down
A3 L,
11" ×
17"L, B4
JIS L
Raise the
wings
fully.
Up
A4 LK,
B5 JIS
LK
Raise the
wings to
about 45
degrees.
Up
A3 L,
11" ×
17"L, B4
JIS L
Raise the
wings to
about 45
degrees.
Down
A4 LK,
B5 JIS
LK
Raise the
wings to
about 45
degrees.
Down
52.3
g/m2 –
128
g/m2,
13.9 lb to
34 lb
52.3
g/m2,
13.9 lb or
thinner
Using the LCIT and LCOT
Installing the LCIT
A Open the paper feed tray of the
machine.
ZDCY130E
B Make sure that the paper feed side
plates knob lock lever is raised
(lock is released), and then grasp
the paper feed side plates knob and
move the side guides of the paper
feed tray of the machine to the widest position.
-Using the trailing edge guides
When printing on A4KL, 81/2"KL,
B5 JISKLsize paper, swing out the
guides as shown below:
AJK305S
C Lower the paper feed side plates.
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ACY012S
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Printing Preparations
D Hold the handle and unfold the
intermediate feeding section of
the LCIT.
G Plug the LCIT optical cable into
the slot located at the left side of
the back of the machine.
2
ACY066S
ABQ004S
Note
❒ Do not release the handle.
Turning On the Power
E Lift the end of the intermediate
feeding section and put it down
placing the wheeled support bar
onto the paper feed tray.
Important
❒ Make sure to turn on the power
switch of the LCS first, and then
turn on the main switch of the machine.
A Make sure that the power cord is
firmly plugged into the wall outlet.
B Turn the power switch on.
The green indicator blinks.
AJK157S
F Push the LCIT into the machine
until it clicks.
ABQ011S
ABQ006S
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Basics
Loading Paper
Loading Paper Smaller than B6 JIS
(128 × 182 mm, 5.0" × 7.1" )
A Turn
the side guide adjustment
knob to adjust the side guides to
the paper size.
2
Paper smaller than B6 JIS must be
loaded directly onto the paper feed
tray of the machine. The LCIT must
be detached.
A Detach the LCIT.
B Load paper onto the paper feed
tray.
Setting up the LCOT
ABQ041S
B Tighten the screw to lock the side
guides.
A Press the up button to lift the output tray.
The output tray goes up.
AJK160S
AJK166S
B Turn
C Load paper.
the side guide adjustment
knob to adjust the side guides to
the paper size.
ABQ016S
Note
❒ The leading edge of the paper
must touch the inside of the
LCIT.
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ABQ042S
Note
❒ Align the inside of the side guides
with the appropriate mark on the
output tray.
Printing Preparations
C Loosen the screw for the end plate,
adjust it to the paper size, and then
tighten the screw to lock the end
plate.
B Loosen the screw for the end plate,
move it as close to the machine as
possible, and then tighten the
screw to lock the end plate.
2
ABQ020S
AJK163S
Note
❒ Align the screw with the appropriate paper size mark.
Printing on 81.4 g/m2 (21.6 lb.) or Heavier
Paper
Printing on Paper Smaller than B6 JIS
A Lower the paper alignment wings.
A Move the side guides outward.
ABQ023S
AJK162S
Note
❒ Depending on the type of paper
that you are using, you might
not be able to use the full capacity (3000 sheets) of the LCOT
when the wings are lifted.
❒ Lift the paper alignment wings
when B5 JISKL or A4K prints
are delivered curled up.
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Basics
B Remove prints.
Printing on Sizes Smaller than A4 or
81/2" × 11"KL Paper
A Swing out the guides as shown in
the illustration.
2
ABQ027S
C Move the side guides and end plate
arm back to their original positions.
AJK311S
Note
❒ Lower the end plate arm completely before releasing it.
Removing Prints
A Move
the side guides outward,
and then lift the end plate arm.
AJK164S
Note
❒ Lift the end plate arm completely before releasing it.
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After Printing
After Printing
This section shows you how to return
the paper feed tray and paper delivery tray to their original positions.
B After
the paper feed tray has
stopped moving, raise the paper
feed side plates knob lock lever to
release the side plates.
2
Folding the Paper Feed Tray
and Delivery Tray
Folding the Paper Feed Tray
A Remove the paper from the tray.
ACY011S
C Adjust the side plates to A4L, and
then lower them.
ACY009S
The paper feed tray will lower.
Note
❒ If the extender has been slided
out, push it back.
ACY012S
D Gently close the paper feed tray.
ACY010S
ACY013S
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Basics
D Slide the chocks down.
Folding the Paper Delivery Tray
A Slightly lower one of the side plates.
2
ACY060S
ACY050S
B Remove the prints from the tray.
E Move the paper delivery end plate
until its handle is flush with the
end of the tray.
ACY051S
C Lower the paper alignment wings.
ZFRH190E
F Lower the paper delivery end plate.
ACY059S
ABL054S
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After Printing
G Move the side plates to the widest
position, and then lower them.
D While pulling the LCIT release lever, detach the LCIT.
2
ABQ009S
ACY055S
H Close the paper delivery tray.
Note
❒ Be sure to hold the handle of the
intermediate feeding section
when you detach the LCIT.
E Fold the intermediate feeding section.
ABL023S
Uninstalling the LCIT
A Turn off the main switch of the
machine, and then turn off the
power switch of the LCIT.
ABQ010S
B Unplug
the power cord of the
LCIT from the wall outlet.
C Unplug the LCIT optical cable.
ACY067S
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Basics
Placing Originals
When using the exposure glass, place
the originals face down.
When using the ADF, place the originals face up.
2
Placing Originals on the
Exposure Glass
Placing Originals in the Auto
Document Feeder
A Adjust the guide to the original size.
B Insert the aligned originals face
up into the ADF.
A Lift the exposure glass cover.
AJK153S
AJK109S
Note
❒ Be sure to lift the exposure glass
cover more than 30 degrees.
B Place the original face down on
the exposure glass. The original
should be aligned with the left
scale.
Note
❒ To avoid originals misfeeding,
fan the originals before placing
them in the ADF.
Limitation
❒ Approximately 50 originals (80
g/m2, 20 lb) can be inserted at a
time in the ADF. The first (top)
original will be fed first.
Note
❒ To avoid jamming, fan the originals before placing them in the
ADF.
❒ The guides must fit snugly against
both sides of the stack.
C Adjust print settings as necessary,
ACY058S
1. Left scale
2. Positioning mark
C Lower the exposure glass cover.
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and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ If the next original has been
placed in the ADF before the
machine stops, that original is
fed automatically.
Placing Originals
A Select [
Original Orientation
] or [
]
When printing A3K, B4 JISKor 11" ×
17"K size originals, select
as the
Original Orientation. The machine
will then rotate the print image by
90°. This is useful for printing large
originals using the Combine, or
Stamp functions.
For example, to print A3Kor 11" ×
17"K originals with the Stamp function selected:
2
AJK300S
Note
❒ It is recommended that you use the
Original Orientation function with
the Auto Paper Select or Preset Reduce/Enlarge function.
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Basics
Basic Procedure
When Auto Cycle mode is on, you
can process masters and make prints
in a single operation.
Note
❒ The Auto Cycle mode is set to “on”
as default.
2
❒ For details about step-by-step master and print making, see p.51
“Making a Master and Prints”.
A Make sure "d Ready" appears on
B Make
sure no previous settings
remain.
Note
❒ If previous settings remain,
press the {Clear Modes} key before entering your settings.
Note
❒ Check the {Auto Cycle} mode select key is lit.
the display.
❖ Initial print display
AJK405S
Note
❒ If the machine has user codes
set, enter your user code using
the number keys, and then
press [#].
Reference
p.164 “User Code”
C Place the originals.
Reference
p.44 “Placing Originals”
D Make the necessary settings.
E Enter the required number
of
prints using the number keys.
Note
❒ Set a print quantity between 1
(minimum) and 9999 (maximum).
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Basic Procedure
F Press the {Start} key.
Auto Reset
If not used for a certain period of time
after printing, the machine will return
to the initial condition. This function
is called “Auto Reset”.
AJK408S
Master making and printing starts.
-How to operate
❖ To stop the machine during a multiprint run
Press the {Clear/Stop} key.
❖ To return the machine to the initial
condition after printing
Press the {Clear Modes} key.
❖ When clearing entered values
Press the {Clear/Stop} key or [Clear]
on the display.
❖ To check the settings
Press the {Check Modes} key.
Original Beeper
The beeper sounds and an error message is displayed if you leave originals on the exposure glass after
printing.
2
Note
❒ You can change the time the machine waits before Auto Reset
starts. See p.155 “System Auto Reset Timer”.
❒ The machine will not enter Auto
Reset in the following cases if:
• a warning message appears
• there is no ink
• originals or paper are jammed
• it is making master or printing
• it is printing the second page of
a combined print job
• it is loading original images into
memory
• you are making changes with
User Tools
• there is no paper
• there is no master
• the paper delivery box is full
• originals are left in the ADF
• a cover is open
• you select “Off” for “System Auto
Reset Timer” with User Tools
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Basics
Saving Energy
If not used for a certain period of time
after printing, the machine will enter
the Energy Saver or Auto Off mode to
reduce energy consumption.
❖ Energy Saver mode
The display goes off. Printing from
a computer is possible in this
mode.
To operate the machine, press the
Operation switch, or place originals on the exposure glass or in the
ADF.
To go back into the Energy Saver
mode, press the Operation switch.
2
❖ Auto Off mode
The machine turns off automatically. To use it, turn the main switch on.
Note
❒ You can select which mode the machine enters after a specified period has passed following job
completion. See p.156 “Energy
Saver Option”.
❒ You can change the time the machine waits before Energy Saver or
Auto Off mode starts. See p.155
“Energy Saver Timer”.
Note
❒ The machine will not automatically enter the Energy Saver or Auto
Off mode in the following cases if:
• a warning message appears
• there is no ink
• originals or paper are jammed
• it is making master or printing
• it is loading original images into
memory
• there is no paper
• there is no master
• originals are left in the ADF
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• a cover is open
• you are making changes with
User Tools
• the user code entry screen is displayed
• the Data In indicator is lit or
blinking
• you are setting the mode on the
control panel
• it is stopping on the online
printing mode
• the stored file's screen is displayed
• the overlay mode with selecting
stored file is set.
Auto Off Timer
You can set the machine to turn itself
off at a specified time everyday.
Make the timer setting in User Tools.
See p.155 “Auto Off Timer”.
Note
❒ The machine will not automatically turn itself off if you are using it
at the set time.
Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper
Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper
Before printing onto thick paper, thin
paper, envelopes or special kinds of
paper loaded in the paper feed tray,
you must select the paper type.
Printing onto Thick Paper
If you wish to print onto thick (128 to
209.3 g/m2, 34 to 55.6 lb or heavier)
paper, perform the following steps.
A Press [Feed Tray Paper Type].
Printing onto Envelopes
A Press [Feed Tray Paper Type].
B Select [Special Paper] .
C Press [Change Settings]
D Press [OK].
E Place the envelopes in the paper
2
feed tray as shown in the illustration.
GRENVE0E
B Press [Thick Paper].
C Press [Change Settings].
D Press [OK].
Printing onto Standard Paper
If you wish to print onto standard
(47.1 to 105 g/m2, 12.5 to 28 lb) paper,
perform the following steps.
* Paper feed direction
Note
❒ When you use envelopes, the
paper feed tray capacity is
about 150 sheets (85 g/m2, 22 lb)
or enough to load a stack up to
105 mm, 4.1" high.
F If your envelopes do not feed in
well, lift the paper feed tray a little, and then lower it so that it
slants up slightly.
A Press [Feed Tray Paper Type].
B Make sure that [Normal] is selected.
C Press [OK].
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Basics
Printing onto Special Paper
Preparation
To use this function, you have to
register the special paper type in
[User 1], or [User 2] with User Tools.
See p.157 “Paper Type: User1–2”.
2
A Press [Feed Tray Paper Type].
B Select [User 1] or [User 2].
C Press [Change Settings]
D Press [OK].
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Making a Master and Prints
Making a Master and Prints
Using the default settings, you can
process masters and make prints in a
single operation. This is called "Auto
Cycle". You can also make masters
and prints in separate operations. See
the procedure below.
C Press the {Start} key.
2
Note
❒ To create masters and make prints
in a single operation, see p.46 “Basic Procedure”.
A Make
sure the {Master Making}
mode select key is lit.
Note
❒ If it is not lit, press the {Master
Making} mode select key.
AJK408S
Note
❒ Press the {Proof} key to check
the image before making prints.
AJK403S
AJK406S
B Place your originals.
Reference
p.44 “Placing Originals”
Reference
To change the image position,
see p.56 “Adjusting the Position
of Printed Images”.
D Make sure the {Print} mode select
key is lit.
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Basics
E Enter the required number of prints
using the number keys.
2
AJK402S
F Press the {Start} key.
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When the print job finishes, press
the {Clear Modes} key. Previously
entered job settings are cleared.
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Selecting Cycle Setting
When printing from a computer, one
of the four master making and printing cycles listed below can be selected. For details about Cycle Settings,
see Printer Reference.
• Auto Cycle
• Original Page Cycle
• Master Cycle
• Master/Print Cycle
Making a Master and Prints
Image Rotation
When your original setting orientation is different from the paper orientation,
the machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper
orientation.
Note
❒ The following tables list the combinations that can be used in Image Rotation
mode.
2
❖ Metric version
Original A3L
Paper
B4
JISL
A4L
A4K
B5
JISL
B5
JISK
A5L✩
A5K✩
A4L
--
--
--
★
--
★
--
★
A4K
★
★
★
--
★
--
★
--
B5 JISL
--
--
--
★
--
★
--
★
B5 JISK
★
★
★
--
★
--
★
--
A5L
--
--
--
★
--
★
--
★
B6 JISL
--
--
--
★
--
★
--
★
★: The machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper orientation.
✩: Place these originals in the optional ADF.
❖ Inch version
Original 11" ×
17"L
Paper
81/2" ×
14"L
81/2" ×
11"L
81/2" ×
11"K
51/2" ×
81/2"L✩
51/2" × 81/2"
K✩
81/2" × 11"L
--
--
--
★
--
★
81/2" × 11"K
★
★
★
--
★
--
51/2" × 81/2"L --
--
--
★
--
★
★: The machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper orientation.
✩: Place these originals in the optional ADF.
Note
❒ If you use Zoom mode, custom size originals or paper, the image will not be
rotated.
❒ It takes longer than usual to make masters in Image Rotation mode.
❒ You can cancel Image Rotation mode with User Tools. See p.163 “Auto Rotation”.
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Basics
Selecting Original Type
The following can be selected as the
original document type.
❖ Text
Specify this if the original document consists primarily of text.
2
❖ Text/Photo
If the original document contains a
combination of text and photographs, it is printed using the optimum image balance.
Note
❒ Contrast can be selected.
❖ Photo
Specify this for photographs, pictures, or colored documents.
Note
❒ Contrast and screen can be selected.
❖ Pencil
Specify this for originals
drawn/written in pencil.
Note
❒ Set documents drawn/written
in pencil on the exposure glass.
❖ Pale
When printing pale colors, the
master is created using pale color
print.
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Note
❒ Masters are normally produced
using [Text].
❒ If [Photo] is selected for original
documents that contain both text
and photographs, text may appear
too light. If this is the case, select
[Text / Photo] .
❒ Black ink printed using [Pale] can
produce a grayish color.
❒ Colored ink printed using [Pale]
can produce pale colors for background images.
A Press [Original Type].
Making a Master and Prints
B Select the type of original.
Adjust the contrast in the [Text /
Photo]and [Photo] modes.
Note
❒ Contrast adjustment is effective
only if the [Text / Photo] or [Photo] mode is selected.
• Selecting [High] increases the
sharpness of the image outline.
• Selecting [Low] increases the
smoothness of the image outline.
Adjust the screen in the [Photo]
modes.
Note
❒ Screen adjustment is effective
only if the [Photo] mode is selected.
❒ Screen can be selected in five
levels, [Standard], [Lightest 1],
[Lightest 2], [Lightest 3]and [Lightest 4].
C Press [OK].
Master Making Density
You can adjust the print image density before making a master in the following cases.
• When printing from faint originals, set the image density darker.
• When printing from originals that
have many fine lines, set the image
density darker.
• When printing from originals that
have many bold lines or blurred letters, set the image density lighter.
2
A Press [Master Making Density].
B Select the density, and then press
[OK].
Note
❒ Density can be selected in four
levels, [Light], [Normal], [Dark]
and [Very Dark].
❒ To darken the density, select
[Dark] or [Very Dark], and to lighten the density, select [Light].
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Basics
Sample Print and Adjustment
Once the master making has been
completed, it is possible to confirm
the print finish before pressing the
{Print} mode select key to start the
printing process.
2
Note
❒ After completing the master making, it is only possible to adjust the
print position and speed
Adjusting the Position of
Printed Images
Use the following procedure to adjust
the position of print images as required.
A Press the {Proof} key.
Note
❒ You can also use the {Proof} key
arranged in the right part of the
control panel.
GRPOSI0E
* Paper feed direction
A Press {Image position}.
AJK438S
A single printed page is ejected.
Note
❒ Press the key continuously to
eject printed pages in succession.
AJK437S
B Adjust image position using the
{T}, {U}, {V}, and {W} keys.
AJK439S
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Sample Print and Adjustment
Note
❒ When you shift the image forward, leave a 10 mm, 0.4" margin at the leading edge. If there
is no margin, paper might wrap
around the drum and cause a
misfeed.
❒ One push of either scroll key
shifts the image position by 0.25
mm, 0.01".
❒ The {T} and {U} keys shift the
image up to 10 mm, 0.4" in each
direction.
❒ The {V} and {W} keys shift the
image up to 15 mm, 0.6" in each
direction.
❒ When you reset to the standard
position, press the {Initial position} key.
A Press the {V} key to increase the
speed, or the {W} key to reduce
the speed.
2
AJK440S
The printing speed changes in six
increments as follows:
C Press [Exit].
D Press the {Proof} key to check the
image position.
Changing the Printing Speed
Use the {W} or {V} key to adjust the
printing speed. The relationship between printing speed and print quality depends on the type of paper you
use.
Limitation
❒ When printing on paper longer than
364 mm or 14.4", the maximum print
speed is 120 sheets/minute.
❒ When selcting thick paper or special paper on “Feed Tray Paper
Type”, the maximum print speed
is 120 sheets/minute.
AJK142S
1. 60 sheets/minute
2. 75 sheets/minute
3. 90 sheets/minute
4. 105 sheets/minute
5. 120 sheets/minute
6. 135 sheets/minute
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Basics
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3. Printing Functions
Printing Functions
❖ Metric version
Preset Reduce/Enlarge
Use this function to reduce or enlarge
originals by a preset ratio. A total of 9
ratios are available (3 enlargement ratios, 6 reduction ratios).
GRRATI0E
Note
❒ You can select a ratio regardless of
the size of an original or printing
paper. With some ratios, parts of
the image might not be printed or
margins will appear on prints.
❒ You can change the preset reproduction ratios with User Tools. See
p.160 “Reproduction Ratio”.
❒ Prints can be reduced or enlarged
as follows:
Ratio (%)
Original → Print paper size
200
A5 → A3, B6 JIS → B4 JIS
141
A4 → A3, A5 → A4
122
A4 → B4 JIS, A5 → B5 JIS
115
B4 JIS → A3, B5 JIS → A4
93
—
87
A3 → B4 JIS, A4 → B5 JIS
82
B4 JIS → A4, B5 JIS → A5
71
A3 → A4, B4 JIS → B5 JIS,
61
A3 → B5 JIS, A4 → B6 JIS
50
A3 → A5, B4 JIS → B6 JIS
❖ Inch version
Ratio (%)
Original → Print paper size
200
5 1/2" × 8 1/2" → 11" × 17"
155
5 1/2" × 8 1/2" → 8 1/2" × 14"
129
8 1/2" × 11" → 11" × 17"
121
8 1/2" × 14" → 11" × 17"
93
—
85
F → 8 1/2" × 11"
77
8 1/2" × 14" → 8 1/2" × 11"
74
11" × 15" → 8 1/2" × 11"
65
11" × 17" → 8 1/2" × 11"
50
11" × 17" → 5 1/2" × 8 1/2"
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Printing Functions
A Place the originals.
B Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
Zoom
You can change the reproduction ratio in increments of 1%.
3
Note
❒ To select a preset ratio on the
initial display, press the shortcut Reduce/Enlarge key, and
then proceed to step E.
C Press [Enlarge] or [Reduce].
D Select a ratio, and then press [OK].
E Press the {Start} key.
-Create margin mode
Use Create Margin to reduce the image to 93% of its original size with the
center as reference. You can assign
this function to a shortcut key on the
initial display. By combining it with
the Reduce / Enlarge function, you
can also provide the Reduce / Enlarge print with a margin.
Reference
Related initial settings
p.161 “Ratio for Create Margin”
p.163 “Function Key:F1–5”
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Note
❒ You can select a preset ratio close
to the ratio using [Reduce] or [Enlarge], and then adjust it further,
using [n] or [o].
A Place the originals.
B Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
Printing Functions
C Enter the ratio.
To select the ratio using [n] and
[o]
A Select a preset ratio close to the
ratio using [Reduce] or [Enlarge].
B Adjust the ratio further, using
[n] or [o].
3
Note
❒ Pressing [n] or [o] changes
the ratio in increments of 1%.
Pressing and holding down
[n] or [o] changes it in increments of 10%.
❒ If you have incorrectly entered the ratio, readjust it using [n] or [o].
To enter the ratio using the
number keys
A Press [Mag. Ratio].
B Enter the ratio using the number keys.
C Press [#].
D Press [OK].
D Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
The machine can choose an appropriate reproduction ratio based on the paper
and original sizes you select.
3
Note
❒ The range of ratios you can select are 50 – 200%.
❒ The table below shows the reproduction ratios that can be selected for various
combinations of original and paper size.
❖ Metric version
Origi- A3L
nal
B4
JISL
A4L
A4K
B5
JISL
B5
JISK
A5L *2
A5K *2
115%
141%
--
163%
--
200%
--
B4 JISL 87%
100%
122%
--
141%
--
173%
--
A4L
71%
82%
100%
100% *1
115%
115% *1
141%
141% *1
A4K
71% *1
82% *1
100% *1
100%
115% *1
115%
141% *1
141%
B5 JISL 61%
71%
87%
87% *1
100%
100% *1
122%
122% *1
B5 JISK 61% *1
71% *1
87% *1
87%
100% *1
100%
122% *1
122%
A5L
50%
71%
71% *1
82%
82% *1
100%
100% *1
50%
61%
61% *1
71%
71% *1
87%
87% *1
Paper
A3L
100%
50%
B6 JISL -*1
*2
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The machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper
direction and selects an appropriate reproduction ratio. See p.53 “Image Rotation”.
Place these originals in the optional ADF.
Printing Functions
❖ Inch version
Original 11" ×
17"L
Paper
81/2" ×
14"L
81/2" ×
11"L
81/2" ×
11"K
81/2" ×
51/2"L *2
81/2 × 51/2"
K *2
11" × 17"L 100%
121%
129%
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200%
--
81/2" ×
14"L
77%
100%
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155%
--
81/2" ×
11"L
65%
77%
100%
100% *1
129%
129% *1
81/2" ×
11"K
65% *1
77% *1
100% *1
100%
129% *1
129%
81/2" ×
51/2" L
50%
61%
65%
65% *1
100%
100% *1
*1
*2
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The machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper
direction and selects an appropriate reproduction ratio. See p.53 “Image Rotation”.
Place these originals in the optional ADF.
A Place the originals.
B Press [Auto Reduce / Enlarge].
C Press the {Start} key.
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Directional Magnification (%)
Prints can be reduced or enlarged at
different reproduction ratios, horizontally and vertically.
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a: Horizontal ratio
b: Vertical ratio
Note
❒ You can also select a preset ratio
close to the ratio using [Reduce] or
[Enlarge], and then adjust it further,
using [n] or [o].
A Place the originals.
B Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
D Press [Direct. Mag.%].
To enter the ratio using the
number keys
A Press [Horizontal].
B Enter the ratio using the number keys, and then press [#].
C Press [Vertical].
D Enter the ratio using the number keys, and then press [#].
E Press [OK].
To specify a ratio using [n] and
[o]
A Press [With no].
B Press [Horizontal].
C Adjust the ratio using [n] or
[o].
Note
❒ Pressing [n] or [o] changes
the ratio in increments of 1%.
Pressing and holding down
[n] or [o] changes it in increments of 10%.
❒ If you have incorrectly entered the ratio, readjust it using [n] or [o].
D Press [Vertical].
E Adjust the ratio using [n] or
[o].
F Press [OK].
C Press [Specified Ratio].
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E Press [OK].
F Press the {Start} key.
Printing Functions
Directional Size Magnification
(inch)
A Place the originals.
B Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
A suitable reproduction ratio is automatically selected when you enter the
horizontal and vertical lengths of the
original and print image you require.
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C Press [Specified Ratio].
D Press [Direct. Mag. in].
E Enter the horizontal
CP2M01EE
1. Horizontal original size
2. Vertical original size
3. Horizontal print size
4. Vertical print size
Preparation
Specify the vertical and horizontal
size of the original and that of the
prints, as shown.
Note
❒ You can enter sizes within the following ranges:
Metric
version
Vertical: 1–999 mm (increments of 1 mm)
Horizontal: 1–999 mm (increments of 1 mm)
Inch
version
0.1"–99.9" (increments of 0.1")
size of the
original using the number keys,
and then press [#].
F Enter
the horizontal size of the
print using the number keys, and
then press [#].
G Enter the vertical size of the original using the number keys, and
then press [#].
H Enter the vertical size of the print
using the number keys, and then
press [#].
Note
❒ To change the length, press the
key you want to change, and
then enter the new value.
I Press [OK] twice.
J Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Combine
Use this function to combine originals onto one sheet of paper.
❖ 2 one-sided originals
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❖ 4 one-sided originals
Preparation
You can combine 2 or 4 one-sided originals onto one side of a sheet.
Refer to the following tables when you select the original and paper sizes:
❖ Metric version
Original
A3L
B4 JISL
A4KL
B5 JISKL
A5KL*3
A3L
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
B4 JISL
*1
*2
*2
*2
*2
A4KL
*1
*1
*2
*2
*2
B5 JISKL
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*1
*1
*2
*2
Paper
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to combine 4 one-sided originals.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to combine 2 or 4 one-sided originals.
*3: Only available when placing the original on the exposure glass.
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❖ Inch version
Original 11" × 17"L
81/2" × 14"L
81/2" × 11"KL
51/2" ×
81/2"KL*3
Paper
11" × 17"L
*2
*2
*2
*2
81/2" × 14"L
*1
*2
*2
*2
81/2" × 11"KL
*1
*1
*2
*2
51/2" × 81/2"L
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–
*1
*2
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to combine 4 one-sided originals.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to combine 2 or 4 one-sided originals.
*3: Only available when placing the original on the exposure glass.
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Limitation
❒ You cannot print with originals different in size and orientation.
❒ If the reproduction ratio is under 49%, it is automatically adjusted to 50%.
Parts of the image might not be printed.
Note
❒ You can print a separation line in between the combined images. See p.161
“Combine/Image Repeat Separation Line”.
❒ You can set the machine to automatically cancel Combine mode once you
have finished using it. See p.162 “Cancel Combine/Repeat Setting”.
❒ If the orientation of originals is different from that of the paper, the machine
will automatically rotate the image by 90° to make prints properly.
❒ If the number of originals placed is less than the number specified for combining, the last page segment is left blank as shown.
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Printing Functions
A Place the originals.
Placing the original (K) on the exposure glass
A Place the original face down with its leading edge towards you, as
shown below.
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Placing the originals (K) in the optional ADF
A Place the originals face up with the first page on the top.
B Adjust the document guides to the original size.
AJK153S
Note
❒ To avoid originals misfeeding, fan the originals before placing them in
the ADF.
B Press [Combine].
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C Press [2 Originals] or [4 Originals] .
D Press [OK].
E Press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ The machine selects the reproduction ratio automatically.
❒ When placing an original on the
exposure glass or one sheet at a
time in the optional ADF, repeat
steps A and E. After placing the
last original, press the {q} key.
❖ Class mode
Make the same number of prints
from the same original for multiple
classes. You must enter the numbers of prints and classes.
You can set the multiple pattern of
the number of prints and classes.
You can also register frequently
used pattern settings in the machine's memory and recall these
for future use.
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Class Settings
You can use the Class Setting function
to make different numbers of prints
for different classes from the same
original. All stored numbers of prints
are made for each set. You can also
make the same number of prints for
the same class from a number of different originals.
This feature is useful for teachers who
frequently make multiple print sets
(notes, handouts, tests etc) for their
classes.
The following class function modes
are available:
AJK210S
❖ Separate per Original mode
Make prints from different originals for multiple classes. You must
to enter the numbers of prints for
each original manually.
You can also register frequently
used settings of the numbers of
originals and prints in the machine's memory and recall these
for future use.
AJK211S
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Printing Functions
❖ Separate Prints
Make prints from the same original for multiple classes. You must
enter the numbers of prints for
each class manually.
You can also register frequently
used settings of the numbers of
prints in the machine's memory
and recall these for future use.
Class mode
A Place
one original on the exposure glass or in the optional ADF.
B Press [Class Settings].
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AJK212S
❖ Year/Class
Make prints from the same originals
for all registered classes, years.
This mode allows you to store the
number of students in each class in
the machine's memory beforehand.
AJK213S
Note
❒ When you select the Class Setting
function, Separate mode is automatically enabled. The Separator
pulls the top sheet of each set delivered to the paper delivery tray
to mark the end of each print set.
See p.73 “Separate”.
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❒ You can also cancel Separate mode
with User Tools. See p.163 “Auto
Separate (Class)”.
C Press [Class].
D Enter the number
of prints and
classes per pattern using the number keys, and then press the {q}
key.
Registering a program
You can also register frequently
used settings in machine memory.
A Press [Program / Recall].
B Press [Program].
C Press the program number you
want to store.
Note
❒ Program numbers displayed
with m next to them already
have settings.
D Enter the program name using
the letter keys on the display
panel.
You can enter up to 40 characters.
Reference
For details about entering
characters, see p.177 “Entering Text” .
Printing Functions
E Press [OK].
When the settings are successfully stored, the m indicator
followed by the program number and program name will be
displayed. After a while, the
screen reverts back to the initial
display.
Separate per Original
A Place first original on the exposure glass or in the optional ADF.
B Press [Class Settings].
Recalling a Program
You can recall the program if you
have registered it already.
A Press [Program / Recall].
B Press [Recall].
The stored settings are displayed.
Note
❒ Program numbers displayed
with m next to them already
have settings.
C Press the number of the program you want to recall.
E Press [OK] twice.
F Press the {Start} key.
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C Press [Separate per Orig.].
D Enter the number of prints
per
original using the number keys,
and then press the {q} key.
Note
❒ Up to 30 originals can be set.
❒ If you use this setting frequently
you can register and recall a
program. For details, see p.70
“Registering a program” and
p.71 “Recalling a Program”.
E Press [OK] twice.
F Press the {Start} key.
Separate Prints
A Place
AJK408S
one original on the exposure glass or in the optional ADF.
B Press [Class Settings].
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C Press [Separate Prints].
D Enter print quantity per number
of class using the number keys,
and then press the {q} key.
Note
❒ Up to 30 classes can be set.
E Press [OK] twice.
F Press the{Start} key.
Registering Classes
A Press [Class Settings].
❒ If you use this setting frequently
you can register and recall a
program. See procedure of
“Registering a Program” and
“Recalling a Program” on p.70
“Class mode”
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E Press [OK] twice.
F Press the{Start} key.
Year/Class
Preparation
You must register the number of
students in each class. See p.72
“Registering Classes” .
A Place
one original on the exposure glass or in the optional ADF.
B Press [Class Settings].
B Press [Year / Class].
C Press [Program / Change].
D Press the class number.
E Enter the number of students us-
ing the number keys, and then
press the {q} key.
Note
❒ Repeat steps D and E until you
have finished registering the
number of students in each class
for each year.
❒ Up to 9 years and 12 classes for
each year can be set
F Press [OK] twice.
C Press [Year / Class].
D Press the registered class for each
year you want.
Note
❒ To select all classes of year,
press [All] of the desired year.
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❒ Make prints for all registered
classes, press [All Years].
Printing Functions
Separate
The print on the top of each print set in the paper delivery tray is pulled by the
separator. This function is useful when you make two or more print sets.
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Limitation
❒ In Separate mode, the following limitations apply.
❖ Metric version
Minimum paper
size
Maximum
paper weight
Paper delivery tray
capacity
LCOT capacity
Length: 210 mm
127.9 g/m2
600 sheets (64 g/m2)
3000 sheets (64 g/m2)
Minimum paper
size
Maximum
paper weight
Paper delivery tray
capacity
LCOT capacity
Length: 8.3"
34 lb
600 sheets (17 lb)
3000 sheets (17 lb.)
Width: 128 mm
❖ Inch version
Width: 5.1"
Note
❒ When you use thin paper, it is not recommended to use Separate mode. The
separator might tear the paper.
❒ If the separator touches the print image, prints might be marked. In this case,
it is not recommended to use Separate mode.
❒ When you do not use Separate mode, you can select the machine condition
after each print set is fed out to the paper delivery tray with User Tools. See
p.157 “Auto Class”.
❒ If there are less than 10 sheets of paper in the paper delivery tray, the machine
may not be able to use Separate mode.
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A Place the originals.
B Press the [Separate] key.
C Press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ After the last page of each print set is fed out to the paper delivery tray, the
separator pulls the last sheet of each group in Separate mode. The next separation begins.
ACY039S
Image Repeat
Use this function to repeat the image on the same sheet of paper. You can select
to print 2, 4, 8 or 16 repeated images.
Limitation
❒ Part of the repeated image might not be printed depending on the paper sizes,
reproduction ratio and paper orientation.
Note
❒ You can print a separation line in between the repeated images. See p.161
“Combine/Image Repeat Separation Line”.
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Printing Functions
Refer to the following tables when you select the original and paper sizes:
❖ Placing originals in the optional ADF (metric version)
Original A3L
B4 JISL
A4KL
B5 JISKL
A5KL
Paper
A3L
*2
*2
*3
*3
*4
B4 JISL
*1
*2
*2
*3
*3
A4KL
*1
*1
*2
*2
*3
B5 JISKL
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*1
*2
*2
3
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 images.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 or 4 images.
*3: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4 or 8 images.
*4: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4, 8 or 16 images.
❖ Placing originals in the optional ADF (inch version)
Original 11" × 17"L
81/2" × 14"L
81/2" × 11"KL
81/2" × 51/2"KL
Paper
11" × 17"L
*2
*2
*3
*4
81/2" × 14"L
*1
*2
*2
*3
81/2" × 11"KL
*1
*1
*2
*3
51/2" × 81/2" L
--
--
*1
*2
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 images.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 or 4 images.
*3: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4 or 8 images.
*4: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4, 8 or 16 images.
❖ Placing originals on the exposure glass (metric version)
Original A3L
B4 JISL
A4KL
B5 JISKL
Paper
A3L
*2
*2
*3
*3
B4 JISL
*1
*2
*2
*3
A4KL
*1
*1
*2
*2
B5 JISKL
--
*1
*1
*2
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 images.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 or 4 images.
*3: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4 or 8 images.
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Printing Functions
❖ Placing originals on the exposure glass (inch version)
Original 11" × 17"L
81/2" × 14"L
81/2" × 11"KL
Paper
11" × 17"L
*2
*2
*3
81/2" × 14"L
*1
*2
*2
81/2" × 11"KL
*1
*1
*2
51/2" × 81/2" L
--
--
*1
*1: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 images.
*2: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2 or 4 images.
*3: You can use these original and paper sizes to repeat 2, 4 or 8 images.
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A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Image Repeat].
E Select [2 Repeat], [4 Repeat], [8 Repeat], or [16 Repeat].
F Press [OK] three times.
G Press the {Start} key.
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Custom Repeat
Use this function to print repeated images from a small original, such as a memo
or name card. Images are repeated as often as the paper size allows.
The sizes of originals you can use are as follows:
Metric version
Vertical: 50 – 300 mm
Horizontal: 50 – 432 mm
Inch version
Vertical: 2.0 – 11.7 inch
Horizontal: 2.0 – 18 inch
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❒ You cannot use Image Rotation, Size Magnification, or Erase Border with this function.
A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Image Repeat].
E Press [Custom Repeat].
F Enter the vertical size of the original using the number keys, and then press [#].
G Enter the horizontal size of the original using the number keys, and then
press [#].
H Press [OK] four times.
I Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Centering
You can make copies with the image
moved to the center.
A Place the originals.
B Select paper.
C Press [Edit Image].
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Note
❒ Original sizes and orientations for
centering are listed below.
❒ Confirm the original size and the
paper size beforehand. If the original size is not detected automatically, enter the size using the
number keys.
❒ The position of centring might
shift when original size is selected
automatically as a custom size.
D Press [Edit Image].
E Press [Centering].
F Press [OK] twice.
G Press the {Start} key.
Erase Border
This function erases all four margins
of the original or paper. You can select the Erase Original Border mode
or Erase Paper Border mode.
❖ Metric version
Original
Original size and orientaplaced on: tion
Exposure
glass
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5
JISKL
ADF
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5
JISKL, A5KL
❖ Inch version
Original
Original size and orientaplaced on: tion
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Exposure
glass
11" × 17"L, 81/2" × 14"L,
81/2" × 11"KL
ADF
11" × 17"L, 81/2" × 14"L,
81/2" × 11"KL, 51/2" ×
81/2"KL
ACY068S
Note
❒ You can adjust the size of the margins with User Tools. The default is
2 mm, 0.1". See p.162 “Erase Original Border Width”p.162 “Erase Paper Border Width”.
Printing Functions
Erase Original Border
A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
E Press [Erase Paper Border].
F Select the size and direction of the
paper.
G Press [OK] four times.
H Press the {Start} key.
Margin Adjustment
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You can make a binding margin.
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Erase Border].
E Press [Erase Original Border].
F Select the size and direction of the
original.
G Press [OK] four times.
H Press the {Start} key.
Erase Paper Border
A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Erase Border].
Note
❒ You can change the width of the
binding margin as follows:
Metric
version
0–30 mm
(increments of 1 mm)
Inch
version
0"–1.2"
(increments of 0.1")
A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Margin Adjust].
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E Set a binding margin. Press [←]
❖ Format Overlay (Scan + Scan)
and [→] when setting the left and
right margins, and [↓] and [↑]
when setting the top and bottom
margins.
Note
❒ To change the value entered,
press [←], [→], [↓], [↑] to set it.
F Press [OK] three times.
G Press the {Start} key.
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AJK313S
The image of the original scanned
first becomes the background image for all subsequent prints.
❖ Format Overlay (Stored + Stored)
Overlay
The machine can merge two different
originals onto a single sheet.
Three types of merging are available:
❖ Image Overlay
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Two different originals are merged
onto a single sheet.
Note
❒ You can select the background
image from online data,
scanned data or stored file.
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The image of the original selected
from stored files first becomes the
background image for all subsequent prints. The following originals selected from stored files are
printed with this background.
Note
❒ When using stored files to make
overlay images, check if the orientation of stored files is appropriate.
Printing Functions
Image Overlay
A Place the original.
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Overlay].
D Press [Image Overlay].
E Select the original overlay 1 type.
You can select the online data,
scanner or stored file.
Select stored file
Note
❒ This function can be used only
when the optional HDD board
is installed.
A Press [Stored File].
B Press the stored file name you
want to select, and then press
[OK].
C Press [OK] twice.
D Press the {Start} key.
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Format Overlay (Scan + Scan)
A Place the first original.
B Press [Edit Image].
Select online data
A Press [Online Data].
B Press [OK] twice.
C Start printing with your computer.
Select scanner
A Press [Scanner].
B Press [OK] twice.
C Place the original, and then
press the {Start} key.
C Press [Overlay].
D Press [Format Overlay (Scan + Scan)],
and then press [OK].
E Press the {Start} key.
Master making starts.
F Place the second original, and then
press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Format Overlay (Store + Store)
Preset Stamp
Note
❒ This function can be used only
when the optional HDD board is
installed.
One of the following three messages
can be stamped on prints with a
frame around it:
CONFIDENTIAL
PRIORITY
PRELIMINARY
A Press the {Master Making} mode select key.
B Press [Edit Image].
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C Press [Overlay].
D Press [Format Overlay (Store + Store)].
E Press [Stored File (Page 1)].
F Press the stored file name you
want to select as an original format, and then press [OK].
G Press [Stored File].
H Press the stored
file name you
want to select as an overlay original, and then press [OK].
I Press [OK] twice.
J Press the {Start} key.
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Limitation
❒ Only one message can be stamped
at a time.
Note
❒ This function can be used only
when the optional HDD board is
installed.
❒ The message “CONFIDENTIAL”
is selected as a default. You can
change this setting with User
Tools. See p.162 “Stamp Type Defaults”.
Printing Functions
Stamp position and original orientation
E Press [All Pages] or [1st Page Only] to
select the print page.
Note
❒ You can change the stamp position, size, and density of the
stamp. See p.83 “To change the
stamp position, size, and density”.
F After you have specified all nec-
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essary settings, press [OK].
G Press [OK] twice.
H Press the {Start} key.
To change the stamp position, size, and
density
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A Place the originals.
B Press [Edit Image].
A Press [Change].
B Select the position for print, size,
and density, and then press [OK].
C Press [Preset Stamp].
D Select the message.
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Printing Functions
Make-Up Printing Features
Make-Up mode enables you to do more than just make an exact print of the original. A variety of editing and image processing functions allow you to quickly
and easily customize your prints.
Main Features
Command sheet allows you to create special effects without cutting and pasting.
By combining Make-Up modes and printing with different color drums, you can
create a variety of printing effects.
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Make-Up Modes for Inside Areas
Mode
Sample
Command sheet/Original
(Closed area method)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Print
Text mode
WORLD
WORLD
World computer and
peripheral devices
are equipped with
World computer and
peripheral devices
are equipped with
HAWAII
HAWAII
Please enjoy your
Summer vacation.
Please enjoy your
Summer vacation.
Photo mode
Erase mode
Hello!
Hello!
How are you?
How are you?
E
AK
M P!
U
E
AK
M P!
U
LUNCH
MENU
LUNCH
MENU
Center Erase mode
All Area mode
Printing Functions
Make-Up Modes for Outside Areas
Mode
Sample
Command sheet/Original
1.
2.
3.
Text mode: The area outside designated areas is
printed in Letter mode.
Photo mode: The area outside designated areas is
printed in Photo mode.
Erase mode: The area outside the designated areas
is deleted.
Print
HAWAII
HAWAII
Please enjoy your
Summer vacation.
Please enjoy your
Summer vacation.
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WORLD
WORLD
World computer and
peripheral devices
are equipped with
World computer and
peripheral devices
are equipped with
HAWAII
Please enjoy your
Summer vacation.
Note
❒ In Make-Up mode, commands must be given for both inside areas and outside areas.
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Printing Functions
Background Patterns
A total of 160 background patterns is available in Make-Up mode:
• 40 basic patterns
• 40 patterns similar to the basic patterns but with patterns elements at 4 times
the size.
• 80 variants based on 90° rotations of all the basic and enlarged patterns.
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* Paper Feed Direction
Note
❒ The basic patterns are numbered 1 to 40.
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Printing Functions
Command Sheets for Make-Up Printing
Command sheets are fed first so that the machine can recognize the areas of the
original which are to be edited as designated areas.
Command Sheets
The command sheet is a sheet of paper designating the areas to be edited. Command sheets must be made on white or translucent paper, and should be the
same size as the original.
Do not designate areas within 5 mm, 0.2" from the top.
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Note
❒ Poor quality paper (such as newsprint, recycled paper, etc.) should not be
used for command sheets because any dark spots or streaks will be read as
designated areas.
❒ Do not use blotting paper or other absorbent paper for command sheets because ink might leak through the paper and get the exposure glass dirty.
Making a Command Sheet
There are two ways of designating areas: the closed area method and the diagonal line method.
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-Features
• You cannot use both the closed and diagonal line method on the same command sheet.
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• There is no limit to the number of areas you can designate on a single command sheet.
• If you use Outline mode for letter images with a thickness of less than 3mm,
0.12", the print image might come out as expected.
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Printing Functions
-Notes
The image might differ depending on how the designated area is drawn, so remember the following when making the command sheet.
Designated area
Area recognized
Part of the designated area is
surrounded by 3 sides of the entire area.
Preferred designated area
Make a space of at least 2mm,
0.08", in front of the area surrounded by 3 sides (relative to the feed
direction).
1
3
2
1, 2 = 2mm, 0.08"
Double line pattern.
The designated area is surrounded by 3 sides of another
designated area.
Only the outer line is
recognized.
Make a gap of at least 2mm, 0.08"
in width.
Make a space of at least 2mm, 0.08"
in front of the area surrounded by
3 sides (relative to the feeding direction).
2
1
1, 2 = 2mm, 0.08"
Non-closed line
Designate the area with a closed
line.
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Diagonal line method
Note
❒ A diagonal line must be drawn through the area that you wish to edit.
A Put the command sheet on top of the original.
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B Draw a line using a felt tip pen (black, red or blue) with a thickness of at
least 1mm.
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Note
❒ Make sure there is no break in the line.
❒ The diagonal line can be drawn from left to right or vice versa.
❒ Draw the line at least 2mm, 0.08", away from the image so that the whole
image can be recognized.
a
b
c
d
GRCOMM1E
a, b, c, d = 2mm, 0.08"
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❒ The line marking the designated area should be more than 2mm, 0.08",
from any neighboring image.
a
b
3
c
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a, b, c = 2mm, 0.08"
Closed area method
Note
❒ The line designating the area must be a closed loop.
A Put the command sheet on top of the original.
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B Using a black, red, or blue felt tip pen, draw a line around the area to designate. The line should have a thickness of at least 1mm.
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Note
❒ Make sure there is no break in the line.
❒ Draw the line at least 2mm, 0.08", away from the image so that the whole
image can be recognized.
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a = Line marking the designated area
b = 2mm, 0.08"
c = Image within the designated area
❒ The line marking the designated area should be more than 2mm, 0.08",
from any neighboring image.
a
d
b
c
GRCOMM4E
a = 2mm, 0.08"
b = Neighboring image
c = Line marking the designated area
d = Image within the designated area
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Printing Functions
Command Sheets and Finished Prints
The following illustrations will help you understand how to draw a command
sheet.
❖ Drawing a command sheet using a diagonal line
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The diagonal line method is easy to use for designating rectangular areas. It is
also more precise, but it is difficult to use for designating complex areas.
❖ Drawing a command sheet using a closed line
fruit
The closed line method is easier to use for complex areas, but it is less precise. It
also takes longer to draw a command sheet with the closed line method.
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G Select the mode of outside area.
Make-Up Printing
A Place
the command sheet face
down on the exposure glass.
When you select the Photo mode
A Select the contrast and screen
type, and then press [OK].
H Press the [OK] key.
Note
❒ When you select Photo mode
for both inside and outside areas, you cannot select different
dot patterns and contrast.
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B Press [Edit Image].
❒ When you want to confirm your
settings, press [Make-Up].
I Press the {Start} key.
J Place the originals face down on
the exposure glass or face up into
the ADF, and then press the
{Start} key.
❖ Exposure glass
C Press [Make-Up].
D Select Area Select Method.
E Press [Edit Method].
F Select the mode of inside area.
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When you select the Photo mode
A Select the contrast and screen
type, and then press [OK].
When you select the All Area
mode
A Select the background pattern.
B Select the size and orientation
of background pattern.
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❖ ADF
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Note
❒ If a command sheet or original
misfeeds from the ADF, remove
the misfed sheet or original and
reset it in the ADF.
❒ It is not necessary to reset the
previous command sheets or
original.
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Printing Samples
-Sample 1
A
B
C
Command Sheet, Frame shape, Inside area: Erase Area mode
Outside area: Text mode
Print
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1
2
3
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1. Command sheet
2. Original
3. Print
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Printing Functions
-Sample 2
A
B
C
D
E
Print the original as it is
Change the drum unit for color printing
Command Sheet, Frame shape, Inside area: All Area pattern No. 39
Outside area: Text mode
Print
3
2
1
3
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1. Command sheet
2. Original
3. Print
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Printing Functions
Quality Start
If the machine is not used for a long
time, or when you change to a color
drum unit that has not been used recently, the ink on the drum may dry
up. This might affect the print quality.
To solve this problem, you can have
the machine carry out a few idle spins
of the drum before a print run.
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Note
❒ You can change the number of
spins in Quality Start mode with
User Tools. See p.157 “No.of ldling
Rotations: Quality Start”.
A Place the originals.
B Press [Make Master Options].
-Auto Quality Start
You can program the machine to automatically carry out a few idle spins
before a print run. This is called Auto
Quality Start.
Note
❒ To use this function, you need to
set Auto Quality Start to [On] using
User Tools. See p.156 “Auto Quality Start Setting”.
❒ To specify the number of idle spins
according to the length of time for
which the machine is not used, see
p.156 “No.of ldling Rotations:
Auto Quality Start”.
Economy Mode
When you want to save ink, select
economy mode.
Note
❒ Prints will be lighter in this mode.
C Press [Quality Start], and then press
[OK].
D Press the {Start} key.
The drum unit idles.
❒ You can select the two kind of
economy mode , level 1 and level 2.
❒ Level 2 will be lighter than level 1.
A Place the originals.
B Press [Make Master Options].
C Press [Eco. Mode: Level 1] or [Eco.
Mode: Level 2].
D Press the {Start} key.
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Skip Feed
If the backs of prints are dirty, you
can use the Skip Feed function to
make the drum rotate twice instead of
once with every sheet of paper fed.
This gives you time to remove prints
one by one from the paper delivery
tray or to insert a sheet of paper between two prints.
Preparation
The number of rotations can be set
from 2 to 9. The default is 2. To
change this setting, see p.156 “Skip
Feed”.
Note
❒ As the paper feeding time is longer
than usual, you can use paper
longer than the length limitation.
The maximum length of paper in
Skip Feed mode is 460 mm, 18.1".
❒ When you use paper longer than
432 mm, 17.0", prints will not be
delivered to the paper delivery
tray properly, so lower the paper
delivery end plate and take out the
prints by hand.
A Place the originals.
B Press [Skip Feed].
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To change the number of drum
rotations
In this step, you can change the
number of rotations temporarily.
You can also have this step omitted
by adjusting the User Tools settings. See p.156 “Skip Feed”.
A Select the number of drum rotations per sheet of paper fed
with number keys.
Note
❒ After printing is completed,
the Skip Feed setting returns
to the default.
B Press [OK].
C Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Security
When printing confidential documents such as examination papers,
use this function to prevent others
from using the master.
If you select Higher Security in the Security Option setting, the master eject
unit will be locked and cannot be taken out.
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Preparation
This function has two security options. Select which option to use in
User Tools before using this function. See p.159 “Security Option”.
• Normal: No additional prints
can be made and the drum unit
cannot be pulled out.
• Higher Security: No additional
prints can be made. The drum
unit and the master eject unit
cannot be pulled out.
Note
❒ The selected security mode cannot
be cleared by turning off the main
switch.
Setting “Normal” Security
A After making prints, press [Security].
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
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B Press [OK].
The master is protected by the security function.
Disabling “Normal” Security
A
Place a new original, and then
press the {Start} key.
The security function is canceled.
Setting “Higher” Security
A Select “Higher Security” in “Se-
curity Option” with the User
Tools. See p.159 “Security Option”.
B Register a security code.
Disabling “Higher” Security
A Press [Security].
Printing Functions
B Enter the security code using the
number keys, and then press [OK].
The lock is canceled. You can pull
out the master unit and drum unit.
Note
❒ Under this option, security can
only be disabled temporarily
and resumes automatically
when following occurs:
• the present print job finishes
• you return the master eject
unit to its original position
after pulling it out
• you close the front door after
pulling out the drum unit
and returning it to its original
position
• a certain period passes, during which neither the master
eject unit nor the drum unit
was pulled out, following security function cancellation
• you press the {Start} key
• the machine enters the Energy Saver or Auto Off mode
• the machine enters the Auto
Reset mode
Setting Security Timer
You can set the time that shifts to the
security mode automatically. See
p.159 “Security Timer”.
Conserving the Master
The machine automatically changes
the master length depending on the
paper size you use. This saves both
master and ink.
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a = Images on the master
b = Masters
c = Conserved area
Limitation
❒ This function is automatically
turned on when you place two or
more originals in the optional
ADF.
❒ The paper sizes you can use are
A4K, 81/2" × 11" K or B5 JISK.
You can cancel Master Saving mode
with User Tools. See p.158 “Master
Cut Length”. You can also save master using the optional A4 drum. See
p.116 “Changing the Drum Size”.
• When you select [A3] in Master
Length, the masters are cut into A3
size.
• When you select [Auto] in Master
Length, the masters are cut into
A4K size. Only the last page is cut
into A3L size.
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Double Feed
When a Double Feed is Detected
When two or more sheets of paper
feed at once, the machine stops and a
warning message appears on the display.
When a double feed is detected, the
machine stops and a warning message appears on the display.
Preparation
To use the Double Feed function,
select [On] in “Double Feed Warning” with User Tools. See p.158
“Double Feed Warning”.
Note
❒ When the misfeeds message is
displayed, remove the misfed
paper. See p.132 “x Clearing
Misfeeds”.
Limitation
❒ Only Type 1 (600 dpi) model is
equipped with the Double Feed
Function. This function is not
available on Type 2 (400 dpi) model.
❒ When paper is wrapped around
the drum, open the front door
and remove it. See p.134 “When
the master is wrapped around
the drum”.
Note
❒ Double Feed function may not detect the paper properly when:
• there is a mixture of different
colored paper
• there is a mixture of paper of
differing thickness
❒ Double feed is possible with paper
size from A6 to A3, 11" × 17".
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A Check the output and press [Exit].
B Remove the misfed paper.
Note
❒ If a double feed is wrongly detected while printing on the reverse side of paper or the face of
printed paper, select [Off] for
“Double Feed Warning” with
User Tools. See p.158 “Double
Feed Warning”.
❒ To prevent double feed, see
p.167 “Do's and Don'ts”.
Storing File
Storing File
Storing Data
Note
❒ This function can be used only
when the optional HDD board is
installed.
❖ File Name
Stored files will automatically be
named as “COPY0001”, “COPY0002”.
You can change assigned file names.
❖ User Name
You can register a user name to
distinguish the user that stored the
files.
❖ Password
You can set a password for stored
files, and use it to prevent others
printing them.
Important
❒ Data stored in the machine might
be lost if some kind of failure occurs. The supplier shall not be responsible for any damage that
might result from the loss of data.
❒ Be careful not to let anyone know
your password, especially when
entering a password or recording
it. Keep any record of your password in a secure place.
❒ Avoid using a single number or
consecutive numbers for a password such as “0000” or “1234”,
since the numbers like this are easy
to guess, so using them will not
provide a worthwhile level of security.
❒ A file accessed with a correct password remains selected even after
operations are complete, and it can
be accessed by other users. To stop
this, be sure to press the {Clear
Modes} key to cancel the file selection.
❒ The user name used when adding
a file to the machine is to identify
the file creator and type. It is not to
protect confidential files from others.
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Note
❒ Enter a four-digit password.
❒ You can access to the files without
entering a password temporarily.
See p.159 “Temporarily Unlock
Stored Files”
❒ You can specify the time taken for
the stored data to be deleted automatically. See p.159 “Auto Delete
File”.
❒ If you do not want stored data to
be automatically deleted, select
[No] in Auto Delete File before storing a file. If you select [Yes] later,
data stored afterward will be automatically deleted.
❒ When storing files sent from computers, the orientation may be
changed depending on the paper
orientation on the paper feed tray.
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A Place the originals.
Reference
For details on the types of originals and how to place them, see
p.44 “Placing Originals”.
B Press [Store File].
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F Press the {Start} key.
The file is stored in the machine.
Note
❒ When using the exposure glass,
after the first original is
scanned, place the subsequent
one on the exposure glass, and
then press the {Start} key again.
After all the originals are
scanned, press the {q}key.
To register a user name
C Enter a user name, file name, or
A Press [Store File].
B Press [User Name].
password if necessary.
Note
❒ If you do not enter a file name,
one will be automatically assigned.
Reference
p.104 “To register a user name”
p.105 “To change a file name”
p.105 “To set or change a password”
D Press [OK].
E Make settings as desired.
Reference
For details, see p.59 “Printing
Functions”
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The User Name display appears.
C Enter a user name, and then press
[OK].
Reference
p.177 “Entering Text”
Note
❒ Up to 20 characters can be entered as a file name, but only 16
characters of each file name will
be displayed in the file list.
Storing File
To change a file name
A Press [Store File].
B Press [File Name].
C Enter
the password (four-digits)
using the number keys, and then
press [#].
D Reenter
The File Name display appears.
C Press [Delete All] to delete the old
file name.
the password (four-digits) for verification, and then
press [#].
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E Press [OK].
Changing a Stored File's User
Name, File Name, or Password
A Press [Select Stored File].
Note
❒ You can also use [Backspace] to
delete unwanted characters.
D Enter a new file name, and then
press [OK].
Reference
p.177 “Entering Text”
Note
❒ Up to 20 characters can be entered as a file name, but only 16
characters of each file name will
be displayed in the file list.
To set or change a password
A Press [Store File].
B Press [Password].
B Select the file with the user name,
file name, or password you want
to change.
Note
❒ If a password has been set for
the file, enter the password and
press [OK].
C Press [File Management].
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D Press
[Change User], [Change File],
or [Change Password].
E Enter the new user name, file name,
or password, and then press [OK].
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Reference
p.104 “To register a user name”
To Check Details of Stored Files
A Press [Select Stored File].
B Select the file.
Note
❒ If a password has been set for
the file, enter the password, and
then press [OK].
C Press [Details].
p.105 “To change a file name”
p.105 “To set or change a password”
F Press [OK].
Searching for Stored Files
You can search for stored files in the
machine. You can also list stored files
in your order of preference.
A Press [Select Stored File].
B Press [Search File].
C Enter
the file name, and then
press [OK].
Files beginning with the name entered appear.
Reference
p.177 “Entering Text”
Note
❒ To display all files stored in the
machine, press [All Files].
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Detailed information about the file
is displayed.
Storing File
Printing Stored Files
D Enter the required number of prints
using the number keys.
Note
❒ Up to 9999 can be entered.
Note
❒ You can also print stored files via a
Web browser from a computer in
the network. For details on how to
start the Web browser, see Network
Guide.
E Press the {Start} key.
A Press [Select Stored File].
B Select the file to be printed, and
You can print the first page of a file selected to check its contents.
then press [OK].
Note
❒ If a password has been set for
the file, enter the password and
then press [OK].
❒ You can search for a file using
[Search File].
❒ You can sort file names in the
list by user name, file name or
date. To sort files, press [User
Name], [File Name] or [M / D].
❒ If you cannot determine the
contents of a file by its file name,
you can print only the first page
of the file for checking purposes. See p.107 “Printing the First
Page”.
❒ To cancel a selection, press the
highlighted file name again.
C Make settings as desired.
Printing the First Page
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A Press [Select Stored File].
B Select the file.
Note
❒ If a password has been set for
the file, enter the password and
then press [OK].
❒ You can search for a file using
[Search File].
❒ You can sort file names in the
list by user name, file name or
date. To sort files, press [User
Name], [File Name] or [M / D].
❒ If you cannot determine the contents of a file by its file name, you
can print only the first page of the
file for checking purposes.
❒ To cancel a selection, press the
highlighted file name again.
C Press [Print 1st Page].
D Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Deleting Stored Files
Important
❒ You can store up to 3,000 files in
the machine. No more files can be
stored when the limit is reached,
and you should delete unnecessary files.
Note
❒ You can delete all stored files at
once with User Tools. See p.159
“Delete All Files”.
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❒ You can also delete stored files via
a Web browser from a computer in
the network. For details on how to
start the Web browser, see Network
Guide.
A Press [Select Stored File].
B Select the file to be deleted.
Note
❒ If a password has been set for
the file, enter the password and
then press [OK].
❒ You can search for a file using
[Search File].
❒ You can sort file names in the
list by user name, file name or
date. To sort files, press [User
Name], [File Name] or [M / D].
❒ If you cannot determine the
contents of a file by its file name,
you can print only the first page
of the file for checking purposes.
❒ To cancel a selection, press the
highlighted file name again.
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C Press [Delete File].
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
D Press [Delete] to delete the file.
Printing or Deleting Stored
Files Using a Web Browser
You can also print or delete the stored
files using a web browser. For details,
see the web browser's help.
Programs
Programs
You can store frequently used print
job settings in machine memory and
recall them for future use.
C Press [Program].
Note
❒ You can store up to 10 programs.
❒ You can select the standard mode
or Program No.10 as the default
mode to be set when modes are
cleared or reset, or immediately after the operation switch is turned
on.
❒ Programs are not deleted by turning the power off or pressing the
{Clear Modes} key. They are canceled only when you delete or
overwrite them with another program.
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Note
❒ Program numbers displayed with
m next to them already have settings.
D Press
the program number you
want to store.
E Enter the program name using the
letter keys on the display panel.
Storing a Program
A Edit the print settings so all func-
tions you want to store in this program are selected.
You can enter up to 40 characters.
Reference
For details about entering characters, see p.177 “Entering
Text”.
B Press the {Program} key.
Note
❒ If you do not want to enter a
program name, proceed to step
F.
F Press [OK].
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When the settings are successfully
stored, the m indicator followed
by the program number and program name will be displayed.
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Printing Functions
Recalling a Program
Changing a Program Name
A Place the originals.
B Press the {Program} key.
A Press the {Program} key.
B Press [Change Name].
C Press the program number
The stored settings are displayed.
Note
❒ Program numbers displayed with
m next to them already have settings.
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C Press the number of the program
you want to recall.
you
want to change the name.
D Enter the new program name us-
ing the letter keys on the display
panel.
E Press [OK].
Protecting a Program
If you want to prevent someone from
writing over your program, do the
following.
D Press the {Start} key.
Changing a Stored Program
A Edit the print settings so all func-
tions you want to store in this program are selected.
B Press the {Program} key.
C Press [Program].
D Press the program number
you
want to change.
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
E Press [Yes].
Repeat steps E and F of “Storing a
program”.
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Note
❒ If all the user programs have been
protected, you cannot store any
setting in program menu.
A Press the {Program} key.
B Press [Protect].
C Press the number of the program
you want to protect.
Note
❒ Already protected program number are shown in highlight.
Programs
Deleting a Program
A Press the {Program} key.
B Press [Erase].
C Press the number of the program
you want to delete.
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
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D Press [Delete].
The program is deleted, and the
screen returns to the initial display.
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Printing Functions
Making Color Prints
Color drum units are available as options in addition to the standard black
unit. For making color prints, a separate drum unit is necessary for each
color.
C Pull the drum unit handle out slowly (B2).
Changing the Color Drum Unit
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A Open the front door.
B Lower the drum unit
lock lever
(B1).
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D Lift the upper drum stay (B3) a lit-
tle to unlock the drum unit, and
then pull out the drum unit while
holding the drum unit handle
(B2) and the upper drum stay (B3).
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Note
❒ Make sure the green light beside the drum unit lock lever is
on before sliding out the drum.
If the light is off, close the front
door, wait for five seconds, and
then open it.
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Important
❒ Be careful not to let the drum
unit fall.
E Make sure the optional color drum
lock is securely set.
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Making Color Prints
F Insert the color drum unit along
the guide rail.
I Lift drum unit lock lever (B1).
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G Lower
the drum unit lock lever
(B1) of the inserted drum.
J Close the front door.
Note
❒ Make sure that the Open Cover/Unit indicator turns off, and
the color drum status message
appears on the display panel.
Making Color Prints
A Make sure that the color drum staACY069S
H Slide
in the drum unit until it
locks in position.
tus message displays on the display panel.
B Place the originals.
C Press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
A Prepare
Printing in Two Colors
After printing in one color, you can
print in another color on the same
side of the print.
the two originals. Place
the first original on the exposure
glass or in the ADF.
❖ Exposure glass
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Note
❒ Let the ink on the prints dry for a
while before printing on them
again.
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❖ ADF
❒ If the prints are not dry, the paper
feed roller might become dirty. In
this case, wipe the roller with a
cloth.
❒ You cannot print in two colors at a
time.
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B Enter the number of prints with
the number keys.
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Making Color Prints
C Press the {Start} key.
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D Remove the prints from the paper
delivery tray and place them on
the paper feed tray again as
shown in the illustration.
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E Change the drum unit. See p.112
“Changing the Color Drum Unit”.
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F Place
the second original, and
then press the {Start} key.
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Printing Functions
Changing the Drum Size
To save costs on master rolls and ink,
you can shorten the length of each
master by changing to an optional
smaller drum.
Printing Area
(At 23°C/73°F, 65% RH)
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❖ Metric version
A3 drum
More than 290 × 410 mm,
11.4" × 16.2"
A4 drum
More than 290 × 200 mm
❖ Inch version
11" × 17"
drum
More than 290 × 420 mm,
11.4" × 16.6"
A4 (81/2" ×
11" ) drum
More than 11.4" × 7.8"
Master Cut Length
A3 drum…320 × 539 mm, 12.5" ×
21.3", 200 masters/roll
11" × 17" drum…320 × 549 mm, 12.5"
× 21.7", 190 masters/roll
Optional A4 drum…320 × 334 mm,
12.5" × 13.2", 320 masters/roll
Note
❒ For changing the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color Drum
Unit”.
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Combination Chart
Combination Chart
This combination chart shows which functions can be used together.
Can be used together.
×
Cannot be used together.
1
Cannot be used together. The first function selected takes priority.
2
Cannot be used together. The second function selected takes priority.
3
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Printing Functions
3
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4. Troubleshooting
If Your Machine Does Not Operate as You
Want
The following chart gives explanations of common problems and messages. If
other messages appear, follow the instructions displayed. If a malfunction or a
misfeed occurs, the following messages will appear on the display.
Note
❒ For “Troubleshooting” about printing from a computer, refer to the other
manuals for this machine.
❖ When a Message is Displayed
Message
Causes
Solutions
Check the paper
size and paper
direction.
The paper is not placed in the
same direction as the original.
Place the original in the same direction as the paper.
#### and paper
size mismatch.
The paper you loaded does not Set a paper size that matches the
match with the reproduction ra- reproduction ratio you have setio you selected.
lected and your original.
If you press the {Start} key, the
selected paper will be used for
printing.
The reproduction ratio selected
by Auto Magnification mode is
too big or too small.
Set original.
Note
❒ You can make prints if you
press the {Start} key.
You have not changed the origi- Place the next original on the exnal on the exposure glass before posure glass or in the ADF.
pressing the {Start} key.
Original is not placed.
Place your originals.
Maximum quantity: ####
The number of prints exceeds
the maximum print quantity.
You can change the maximum
number of prints that can be
made in one operation with User
Tools. See p.163 “Maximum
Print Quantity”.
Minimum quantity: ####
The number of prints does not
exceed the minimum print
quantity.
You can change the minimum
number of prints that can be
made in one operation with User
Tools. See p.163 “Minimum
Print Quantity”.
Drum Unit is not
set correctly.
Slide in the drum until it clicks.
—
Make sure that the drum is completely set in position.
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Troubleshooting
Message
Communication
error has occurred. Turn the
operation switch
off then on.
Print image is
larger than the
selected paper
size. Change paper size.
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Causes
Solutions
Turn the operation switch off
and on.
—
If the message appears again,
contact your service representative.
The master image previously
printed is larger than the paper.
The image exceeds the paper
size.
Make prints after pressing [Exit]
and selecting the paper size
again.
Note
❒ If you press [Exit] to erase the
message and press the {Start}
key, the machine starts to
make the prints. However,
the image might not fit on the
paper.
-When a service call message is shown on the display panel
Press [Exit]. Then turn the main switch off and back on again. If a service code
appears again, contact your service representative.
Note
❒ If a service code appears on the display panel after you turn the main switch
off and on a few times, do not continue turning it on and off. Leave the machine off.
❒ When you make masters continuously using originals with solid images,
“SC203” tends to appear on the display panel. In this case, turn off the main
switch and wait for a while. Then turn on the main switch.
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If you Cannot Make Clear Prints
If you Cannot Make Clear Prints
Faint Prints
If the machine is not used for a long period of time or you change the color drum
unit, the ink on the drum might dry causing print quality to deteriorate. To solve
this problem, use Quality Start mode. See p.98 “Quality Start”.
If the print density is still too light even if you use Quality Start mode, remake
the master.
Black Lines/Stained Prints
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Check the exposure glass cover and clean it if dirty. See p.172 “Cleaning the exposure glass cover”.
Check the exposure glass and clean it if dirty. See p.172 “Cleaning the Exposure
Glass”.
Check the sheet of the optional ADF and clean it if dirty. See p.173 “Cleaning the
Auto Document Feeder”.
Note
❒ If black lines or stains still appear on prints even following the cleaning procedures above, please contact your service representative.
Dirty Background
If the background of prints is dirty, the drum unit might be dirty.
R CAUTION:
• If ink comes into contact with your eyes, rinse immediately in running water.
For other symptoms, consult a doctor.
R CAUTION:
• Keep the ink or ink container out of reach of children.
R CAUTION:
• If ink is ingested, induce vomiting by drinking a strong saline solution. Consult a doctor immediately.
R CAUTION:
• If your skin comes into contact with ink, wash the affected area thoroughly
with soap and water.
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Troubleshooting
Note
❒ To avoid getting dirty background prints when printing onto paper smaller
than the original image, select a suitable reduction ratio or use larger print paper.
❒ When printing onto paper that does not absorb ink well, like postcards, the
background of prints might be dirty. In this case, lower the printing speed or
use Skip Feed mode to dry the ink on the prints.
❒ The drum unit is locked if the security mode is active. See p.100 “Security”.
A Turn off the power.
B Pull out the drum unit.
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Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit, see p.112 “Changing the Color Drum Unit”.
C While pressing the drum lock, turn the drum until you can see the trailing
edge of the master.
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If you Cannot Make Clear Prints
D With a dry soft cloth, remove any ink that has accumulated on the trailing
edge of the drum unit.
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Important
❒ Do not use benzine, thinner, or other organic liquids—doing so can damage the machine.
E Turn the drum unit and lock it after cleaning.
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F Insert the drum unit until it locks into position, and then lower the drum
unit lock lever.
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G Close the front door.
H Turn on the main switch.
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Troubleshooting
If You Cannot Make Prints as You Want
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Problem
Causes
Solutions
Misfeeds occur frequently.
Improper paper type is select- Select proper paper type. See
ed.
p.49 “Printing onto Various
Kinds of Paper”.
When you try to set several
functions at a time, you cannot set some functions.
Some functions cannot be
used together.
See p.117 “Combination
Chart”.
Parts of the image are not
Erase margin is too wide.
printed in Erase border mode.
Edge margins of original are
too narrow.
Set a narrower erase margin
with User Tools. See p.78
“Erase Border”.
Prints are blank or parts of the
image are not printed.
The paper feed side plates are
not set correctly.
Make sure that the paper feed
side plates touch the paper
lightly and the proper paper
size is displayed in the display.
2nd printing with another
drum is unsatisfactory.
The 1st print image is still wet. Wait until the 1st image becomes dry.
An uneven solid image appears.
Large solid image wrinkles
the master.
Increase the print speed or select photo mode.
“Double feed detected at out- The reverse or the face of
Set to “OFF” in “Double Feed
put. Check the output.” is dis- printed paper is printed again. Warning” with User Tools.
played frequently.
Combine
Problem
Causes
Solutions
Prints are blank or parts of the
image are not printed.
Original size and orientation
are not correct.
You cannot use originals of
different sizes and orientation
in Combine function. Use
originals of same size and orientation.
Print image is not correct.
Original set order is not correct.
Place originals face up in the
optional ADF. The first original should be on top.
Place original face down on
the exposure glass. The first
original should be set first.
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If You Cannot Make Prints as You Want
Storing Files
Problem
Solution
“Exceeded max. number of pages
The number of scanned pages exceeds the ca-
per file. Do you want to store pacity per file of the machine.
the scanned pages as 1 file?” ap- To store scanned pages as a file, press [Yes].
pears.
Scanned data is stored as a file in the machine.
If you don't want to store scanned pages, press
[No]. Scanning data will be cleared.
You forgot your password.
You can access password-protected files temporarily. Press [Unlock] in Temporarily Unlock
Stored File in User Tools. See p.159 “Temporarily Unlock Stored Files”.
4
. You can delete all stored files at once with
User Tools. See p.159 “Delete All Files”.
Make sure no important files are stored in the
machine before deleting all stored files.
You cannot find out what is stored in a file.
Check the date or time column on the display
in the machine.
Check the contents of the document by printing the first page. Press the desired file on the
display in the machine, and press [Print 1st
Page] followed by the {Start} key.
Memory becomes full frequently.
Press [Delete File] to delete selected files, thereby increasing available memory.
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Troubleshooting
BLoading Paper
Loading Paper into the Paper
Feed Tray
B Load the paper in the paper feed
tray.
Important
❒ Load paper when the paper feed
tray is completely empty. If you
add paper when some paper is left
in the tray, it may cause multiple
feeds or misfeeds.
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Reference
For available paper sizes, see p.28
“Recommended Paper Size and
Type”.
For loading paper into the LCIT,
see p.127 “Loading Paper into
LCIT”.
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Note
❒ Correct any paper curl before
loading the paper.
C Adjust the paper feed side plates
to match the paper size.
A Raise the lock lever for the paper
feed side plates to release the
lock.
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BLoading Paper
D Push the lock lever for the paper
feed side plates down to lock the
side plates into position.
B Tighten the screw to lock the side
guides.
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Note
❒ Make sure that the paper size
and orientation shown on the
display panel match the size
and orientation of paper loaded
in the paper feed tray.
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C Load paper.
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Loading Paper into LCIT
A Turn
the side guide adjustment
knob to adjust the side guides to
the paper size.
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Note
❒ The leading edge of the paper
must touch the inside of the
LCIT.
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Troubleshooting
jAdding Ink
When j lights, it is time to supply ink.
R CAUTION:
• Keep the ink or ink container out of reach of children.
R CAUTION:
• Be careful not to get ink on your clothes when replacing an ink container. Ink
stains on clothes are hard to remove.
R CAUTION:
• When disposing of a used ink container, reattach the cap to prevent ink from
splattering.
4
R CAUTION:
• If your skin comes into contact with ink, wash the affected area thoroughly
with soap and water.
R CAUTION:
• If ink comes into contact with your eyes, rinse immediately in running water.
For other symptoms, consult a doctor.
R CAUTION:
• If ink is ingested, induce vomiting by drinking a strong saline solution. Consult a doctor immediately.
Important
❒ Faults may occur if you use ink other than the recommended type.
❒ Our products are engineered to meet high standards of quality and functionality, and we recommend that you use only the expendable supplies available
at an authorized dealer.
Note
❒ Be sure to supply ink of the same color as the current drum.
❒ Store ink in a cool, dry place. Do not store ink where it will be exposed to heat
or direct sunlight.
❒ Store ink on a flat surface.
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jAdding Ink
• 1: Open the front door.
2: Pull out the ink holder.
• 3: Remove the used ink cartridge.
• 4: Remove the cap of the new ink cartridge.
4
• 5: Insert the new cartridge into the ink
holder.
Note
❒ Always supply ink of the same color.
• 6: Return the ink holder to its original position until it clicks.
7: Close the front door.
The machine will start idling to supply ink to
the drum.
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Troubleshooting
CReplacing the Master Roll
When C lights, it is time to replace the master roll. It also lights when the master
roll is not set properly.
Important
❒ Faults may occur if you use the master roll other than the recommended type.
Note
❒ When the Master End indicator is lit, it is necessary to replace the master roll
even if some master remains on the old roll.
• 1: Pull out the master tray until it stops.
4
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• 2: Push the button.
• 3: Open the master guide.
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• 4: Open the master tray cover.
• 5: Remove the used master roll.
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• 6: The new master roll must be positioned
as shown in the illustration.
• 7: Close the master tray cover.
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CReplacing the Master Roll
• 8: Insert the master roll.
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Note
❒ Make sure the leading edge reaches the interior of the master holder.
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• 9: Close the master guide.
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• 10: Push in the master tray until it stops.
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Troubleshooting
x Clearing Misfeeds
R CAUTION:
• Be careful not to cut yourself on
any sharp edges when you reach
inside the machine to remove
misfed sheets of paper or masters.
Note
❒ After clearing misfeeds, make sure
that all the doors, covers, and units
are closed and the x indicator is
off.
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❒ To prevent misfeeds, do not leave
any torn scraps of paper, originals,
or masters in the machine.
❒ When clearing misfeeds, do not
turn off the main switch. If you do,
your print settings will be cleared.
❒ The master eject unit or the drum
unit may be locked if the security
mode is active. Enter the security
code or ask your administrator if
necessary.
❒ If misfeeds occur repeatedly, contact your service representative.
“x + A” Paper Misfeeds in the
Paper Feed Section
A Remove the misfed paper.
-To prevent paper misfeeds:
Check the following before restarting
the printing run.
• Did you select an appropriate paper type with [Feed Tray Paper
Type]?
• Are the side pads in the correct positions?
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To print on thin paper (47.1 g/m2,
12.5 lb), slide the levers behind the
paper feed side plates in the direction of the arrow (see illustration).
• When paper is curled, correct as
shown.
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x Clearing Misfeeds
• When paper edges stick together
or paper is not fed in, fan the paper
as shown.
”x + A + B” Paper Misfeeds in
the Paper Feed Section
A Open the front door.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
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• When printing onto postcards or
thick paper, lower the printing
speed to setting 1 or 2. See p.57
“Changing the Printing Speed”.
• When a multiple feed occurs or the
paper comes out skewed, make
sure that the paper feed side plates
are properly adjusted. When you
load paper in the paper feed tray,
make sure that the paper edge
touches the back fence and paper is
placed on the proper paper size
scale. Only use paper where the
leading edge has two right angle
corners.
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C Take out the drum.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
D Gently pull out the misfed paper
from the inside.
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Troubleshooting
E If you cannot remove the misfed
paper, remove it from the paper
feed tray.
C Take out the drum.
F Set the drum unit and close the
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
4
-To prevent paper misfeeds:
See p.132 ““x + A” Paper Misfeeds
in the Paper Feed Section”.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
D While
pressing the drum lock,
grasp the edge of the master (the
white area) and peel it off.
“x + B” Paper or Master
Wrapped Around the Drum
When the master is wrapped around the
drum
A Open the front door.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
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E Return the drum lock to its original position.
F Set the drum unit and close the
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
x Clearing Misfeeds
When paper is wrapped around the drum
A Open the front cover.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
F Set the drum unit and close the
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
When paper is misfed inside the machine
C Take out the drum.
A Open the front cover.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
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C Take out the drum.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
D Remove
the misfed paper from
the drum.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
E If you cannot find misfed paper
around the drum (as in step D),
check the pressure cylinder. Remove any misfed paper.
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Troubleshooting
D Remove
the misfed paper from
the inside as shown in the illustration.
E If you cannot remove the misfed
paper, remove paper from the
pressure cylinder.
F Set the drum unit and close the
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*: Less than 6 mm, 0.24"
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
“x + C” Paper Misfeeds in the
Paper Exit Section
A Slowly,
but firmly pull out the
misfed paper.
-To prevent paper misfeeds:
If the paper is curled or the original's
leading edge margin is too narrow,
the following action is necessary.
• When you use curled paper, correct as shown.
-To prevent paper misfeeds:
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• When the leading edge margin of
the original is less than 6 mm, 0.24"
or there is a solid image on the
leading edge, insert the original
with the widest margin first or
make a leading edge margin by
making a print.
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When thin paper misfeeds in the paper exit section, reduce the printing
speed with the {W}{V} of speed setting keys. See p.57 “Changing the
Printing Speed”. If you cannot reduce
the printing speed, close the trailing
edge guides or move the end plate toward the paper delivery tray edge.
x Clearing Misfeeds
“x + D” Master Misfeeds in
the Master Feed Section
E Reset the master roll (1), and then
close the master tray cover (2).
A Pull out the master tray until it
stops.
B Push
the button and open the
master guide.
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F Position the master roll so that the
edge reaches the interior of the
master holder.
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C Rotate the spool backward to remove the remaining masters.
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G Close the master guide.
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D Open
the master tray cover (1),
and then remove the master roll
(2).
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H Push
in the master tray until it
stops.
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“x + B + D” Master Misfeeds
in the Master Feed Section
A Open the front door.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
E Set the drum unit and close the
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
“x + B + E” Master Misfeeds
in the Master Eject Section
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C Take out the drum.
A Open the front door.
B Lower drum unit lock lever (B1).
C Take out the drum.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
D Pull out the misfed master from
inside.
Note
❒ For taking out the drum unit,
see p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
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x Clearing Misfeeds
D Grasp
handle (E1) and pull out
the master eject unit until it stops.
“x + E” Master Misfeeds in
the Master Eject Section
A Open the front door.
B Grasp handle (E1) and
pull out
the master eject unit until it stops.
E Pull out lever (E3) and remove the
misfed master.
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C Check
where the misfed master
is. Remove the misfed master.
F Return lever (E3) and the master
eject unit to their original positions.
G Set the drum unit and close the
front door.
Note
❒ For setting the drum unit, see
p.112 “Changing the Color
Drum Unit”.
D Return the master eject unit to its
original position and close the
front door.
-If master misfeeds occur
frequently
If the master misfeeds frequently,
fragments of the master might be left
in the bottom of the master tray. Remove the fragments.
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Troubleshooting
A Slide out the master tray.
“x + P” Original Misfeeds
Occur in the Auto Document
Feeder
A Open the ADF cover.
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B Open the cover at the bottom of
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the master tray while holding the
lever and remove the fragments.
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B Pull out the misfed original gently.
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C Close the cover and slide in the
master tray.
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Note
❒ Make sure that you securely
close the cover before sliding in
the master tray.
C If you cannot remove misfed originals as in step B, open the ADF.
D Pull the green knob towards you
and remove the misfed original.
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E Return the document feed sheet
to its original position.
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x Clearing Misfeeds
F Close the ADF cover until it clicks
in position and if necessary, close
the ADF.
When Paper Misfeeds in the
LCIT
A Turn the cover release lever to un-
lock the cover of the intermediate
feeding section of the LCIT.
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4
-To prevent originals
misfeeding:
Placing some kinds of originals in the
ADF may cause paper misfeeds. Place
them on the exposure glass instead.
Note
❒ Do not mix different sizes of originals in the optional ADF.
❒ Remove staples or paper clips
from originals. Fan originals that
have had staples or paper clips removed.
❒ Do not stack originals above the
limit mark.
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B Open the cover, and then remove
the paper.
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Important
❒ When opening the cover, always hold the handle to prevent
the cover from dropping and
causing an injury.
Note
❒ If you open the cover, be sure to
remove the paper even if it is
not misfed.
❒ When small size paper is misfed
and cannot be removed, detach
the LCIT, and then remove the
paper.
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Troubleshooting
C Close the cover, and then move
the cover release lever back to the
original position.
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Note
❒ If a paper misfeed message appears on the machine, remove
the paper misfed in the machine
also.
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Changing the Paper Size
Changing the Paper Size
Changing the Paper Size of the
Paper Feed Tray
C Place the paper on the paper feed
tray.
A Remove the paper from paper feed
tray.
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The paper feed tray will lower.
B Make
sure that the paper feed
side plates knob lock lever is
raised (lock is released), and then
grasp the paper feed side plates
knob and adjust the paper feed
side plates to match the paper
size.
Note
❒ Correct the paper curl before
loading the paper. If you cannot
do so, stack the paper with the
curl face down.
D Make sure that the paper feed side
plates are touching both sides of
the paper, and then push the lock
lever for the side plates down to
lock the side plates into position.
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Important
❒ Always adjust the position with
the lock lever for the paper feed
side plates in the raised position
(lock released).
Important
❒ Always make sure that you
push the lock lever for the side
plates down to lock the side
plates into position.
Note
❒ Make sure that the paper size
and orientation in the display
panel correspond with the actual paper size and orientation set
on the paper feed tray.
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Troubleshooting
D Turn
the side guide adjustment
knob to adjust the side guides to
the new paper size.
Changing the Paper Size of
LCIT
A Take the paper stack out of the input tray.
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4
E Tighten the screw to lock the side
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B Remove the paper remaining in
guides.
F Load paper.
the intermediate feeding section.
Reference
p.141 “When Paper Misfeeds in
the LCIT”
C Loosen
the screw to unlock the
side guides.
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Note
❒ The leading edge of the paper
must touch the inside of the
LCIT.
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MWhen the Open Cover/Unit Indicator Lights
MWhen the Open Cover/Unit Indicator
Lights
A message is displayed explaining
the place where the doors/covers are
not properly closed.
❖ Optional LCIT Unit
A Close the LCIT Unit cover.
❖ Front door
Close the front door completely.
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B
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Move the cover release lever
back to the original position.
❖ Optional ADF cover
Close the ADF over until it locks in
position.
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❖ Optional LCOT Unit
Lower the end plate arm.
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Troubleshooting
kRemoving the Used Master
When k lights, it is time to empty the
master eject unit. It also lights when
the master eject unit is not set properly.
F Remove the used master by push-
ing down the handle (1) towards
the waste container (2).
Note
❒ Ink is easily removed from skin by
waterless hand cleaners followed
by washing with soap and water.
❒ Be careful not to get any ink on
your clothing while emptying the
master eject unit.
❒ When Higher Security is on, you
have to enter the security code to
unlock the master eject unit.
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A Prepare a container for the used
master.
B Open the front door.
C Use handle (E1) to pull
out the
master eject unit until it stops.
D Pull up handle (E2) and pull out
the master eject unit completely.
E Hold the master eject unit upper
handle and turn it clockwise with
one hand while holding handle
(E1) with other hand (1).
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Note
❒ If you cannot remove the used
master completely, repeat step
F until all the master is removed.
G Reinstall
the master eject unit,
making sure it clicks into position.
H Close the front cover.
When Multiple Sheets Are Fed at the Same Time
When Multiple Sheets Are Fed at the Same
Time
Follow the procedure below to correct a multiple sheet feed problem of
the LCIT.
A Adjust the feeding pressure lever
of the LCIT according to the
thickness of the paper loaded.
❒ Paper heavier than 127.9 – 209.3
g/m2 (34.0 – 55.6 lb.) is categorized as thick paper. However,
for B5 JIS paper heavier than
127.9 g/m 2 (34.0 lb.), set the
feeding pressure lever to Standard.
❒ When paper is still not fed properly even after the feeding pressure lever is adjusted, increase
the paper feeding pressure of
the machine.
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B If the problem still persists, take
the paper out and fan it before
loading it again.
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Note
❒ The appropriate feeding pressure lever positions according
to the weight of the paper are as
follows.
Metric
version
Inch version
Thick
127.9 – 209.3 34.0 – 55.6
lb.
g/m2
Standard
52.3 – 127.9
g/m2
13.9 – 34.0
lb.
Thin
47.1 – 52.3
g/m2
12.5 – 13.9
lb.
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❒ If multiple sheets of paper are
fed at the same time when the
feeding pressure lever is set to
Standard, set the feeding pressure lever to Thin.
❒ If paper is not fed at all when
the feeding pressure lever is set
to Thin, set the feeding pressure
lever to Standard.
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Troubleshooting
When Prints Are Not Delivered in a Neat
Stack
When Printing on Small Size
Paper
A Slightly
lower the end plate to
raise the screw.
-When paper sides do not stack
neatly
Adjust the paper delivery side plates
to a size a little larger than the paper
size.
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B Adjust the angle of the end plate
by turning the screw clockwise or
counterclockwise.
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5. User Tools
User Tools Menu
System Settings
❖ General Features (See p.155 “General Features”.)
Default
Panel Beeper
mm/inch
Warning Only
• Metric version: mm
• Inch version: inch
❖ Timer Settings (See p.155 “Timer Settings”.)
Default
Set Date
--
Set Time
--
System Auto Reset Timer
Off
Energy Saver Timer
3 min.
Auto Off Timer
Off
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User Tools
❖ Mode Settings (See p.156 “Mode Setting”.)
Default
5
Energy Saver Option
Energy Saving
Auto Cycle
On
Ignore Paper Size
Do not Ignore
Longer Paper
Do not Use
Skip Feed
2 times
Auto Quality Start Setting
On
No.of ldling Rotations: Auto Quality Start
--
No.of ldling Rotations: Quality Start
7 times
Deflector Angle
Auto
Auto Class
Stop
Master/Ink Remaining Volume
Off
Paper Type
Standard
Paper Type: User1–2
Standard: No Feed
Master Cut Length
Double Feed Warning
*1
Auto
*1
Off
Appears only on Type 1 (600 dpi) model. This menu will not appear on Type 2
(400 dpi) model as this model does not support the Double Feed function.
❖ Interface Settings
• For details about network settings, see “User Tools Menu (System Settings)”, Network Guide.
❖ Administrator Tools (See p.158 “Administrator Tools”.)
Default
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User Code Management
Off
Key Operator Code
Off
Restricted Access
Off
Security Option
Normal
Security Timer
Off
Display/Clear/Print Counter per User
--
Program/Change/Delete User Code and
Name
--
Auto Delete File
No
Delete All Files
--
Temporarily Unlock Stored Files
Do not Unlock
User Tools Menu
Master Making/Print Settings
❖ Reproduction Ratio (See p.160 “Reproduction Ratio”.)
Default
Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 1–3
Metric version
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 1: 71%
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 2: 141%
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 3: 93%
Inch version
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 1: 74%
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 2: 155%
•Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 3: 93%
Enlarge 1–4
Metric version
•Enlarge 1: 115%
5
•Enlarge 2: 122%
•Enlarge 3: 141%
•Enlarge 4: 200%
Inch version
•Enlarge 1: 121%
•Enlarge 2: 129%
•Enlarge 3: 155%
•Enlarge 4: 200%
Priority Setting:Enlarge
Metric version 141%
Inch version 155%
Reduce 1–5
Metric version
•Reduce1: 50%
•Reduce2: 61%
•Reduce3: 71%
•Reduce4: 82%
•Reduce5: 87%
Inch version
•Reduce1: 50%
•Reduce2: 65%
•Reduce3: 74%
•Reduce4: 77%
•Reduce5: 85%
Priority Setting:Reduce
Metric version 71%
Inch version 74%
Ratio for Create Margin
93%
Reduce/Enlarge Priority
Reduce
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User Tools
❖ Original Setting (See p.161 “Original Setting”.)
Default
Master Making Density
Normal
Original Type
Text
Text/Photo Contrast
Normal
Photo Contrast
Normal
Photo (Screen)
Normal
Background Correction
Off
❖ Edit Setting (See p.161 “Edit Setting”.)
Default
Combine/Image Repeat Separation Line
None
Erase Original Border Width
Metric version: 2 mm
Inch version: 0.1”
5
Erase Paper Border Width
Metric version: 2 mm
Inch version: 0.1”
Stamp Type Defaults
CONFIDENTIAL
Stamp Size
1X
Stamp Density
Normal
Stamp Position
Metric version
• Position: Top Right
• Top Margin: 24 mm
• Right Margin: 24 mm
Inch version
• Position: Top Right
• Top Margin: 1.0"
• Right Margin: 1.0"
❖ Others (See p.162 “Others”.)
Default
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Ignore ADF Original Size
Do not Ignore
Ignore Exposure Glass Original Size
Do not Ignore
Cancel Combine/Repeat Setting
Do not Cancel
Auto Separate (Class)
On
Auto Rotation
On
Minimum Print Quantity
0 sheet(s)
Maximum Print Quantity
9999 sheet(s)
Economy Mode
Off
User Tools Menu
❖ Prog.Key Settings (See p.163 “Prog.Key Settings”.)
Default
Function Key:F1–F5
• F1: 1 Sided → 1 Sided Combine: 2 originals
• F2: 1 Sided → 1 Sided Combine: 4 originals
• F3: Create Margin
• F4: Off
• F5: Off
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User Tools
Accessing User Tools (System
Settings/Master Making/Print Settings)
User Tools allow you to change or set
defaults.
Note
❒ Operations for system settings are
different from normal operations.
Always quit User Tools when you
have finished.
❒ Any changes you make with User
Tools remain in effect even if the
main switch or operation switch is
turned off, or the {Clear Modes} key
is pressed.
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D Change settings by following in-
structions on the display panel,
and then press [OK].
Note
❒ To cancel changing settings and
return to the initial display,
press the {User Tools} key.
Quitting User Tools
A Press the {User Tools} key.
Changing Default Settings
Note
❒ If a key operator code is already
set, the operator code entry display
appears. Enter the key operator
code, and then press [OK]. See
p.158 “Key Operator Code”.
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A Press the {User Tools} key.
Note
❒ You can also exit from User
Tools by pressing [Exit].
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B Press
[System Settings] or [Master
Making / Print Settings].
C Select the desired menu, and then
press the appropriate key.
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Settings You Can Change with User Tools
Settings You Can Change with User Tools
System Settings
General Features
❖ Panel Beeper
Turns the beeper on or off.
• All On (The beeper sounds
when you press a key or when
warning messages appear on
the display.)
• Warning Only (The beeper
sounds only when warning
messages are shown on the display and not when you press a
key.)
• All Off (The beeper does not
sound at all.)
Note
❒ Default: Warning Only
❖ mm/inch
You can select the units of measurement shown on the display.
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version: mm
• Inch version: inch
Timer Settings
❖ Set Date
You can set the date for the machine's internal clock using the
number keys.
Note
❒ To change between year, month
and day, press [← ] and [→ ].
❖ Set Time
You can set the time for the machine's internal clock using the
number keys.
Note
❒ To change between hours, minutes and seconds, press [← ]
and [→ ].
❖ System Auto Reset Timer
The System Reset setting automatically switches to the initial screen
when no operations are in
progress, or when an interrupted
job is cleared. This setting determines the system reset interval.
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Note
❒ Default: Off
❒ The time can be set from 1 to 5
minutes.
❖ Energy Saver Timer
You can set the time that the machine waits before switching to
lower power mode after printing
has finished or the last operation is
performed.
The time can be set from 1 minute
to 120 minutes.
Note
❒ Default: 3 min.
❒ When in "Energy Saver Mode",
the machine is ready for use
within 240 seconds.
❖ Auto Off Timer
You can select to use the auto off
timer and set the daily power off
time.
Note
❒ Default: Off
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User Tools
Mode Setting
❖ Energy Saver Option
You can select to [Energy Saving] or
[Auto Off].
Note
❒ Default: Energy Saving
❖ Auto Cycle
Specifies whether Auto Cycle
mode is selected at power on.
Note
❒ Default: On
❖ Ignore Paper Size
If you are making prints on custom
size paper and the original image
does not entirely appear on the
print, select “Ignore”. The machine
will not detect the paper length.
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❖ Auto Quality Start Setting
You can select [On] to have the machine automatically carry out a few
idle spins when the power is
turned on. When selecting [Off],
you can restore the density by
making a few extra prints or by using the Manual Quality Start
mode.
Note
❒ Default: On
❖ No.of ldling Rotations: Auto Quality
Start
You can select how many times the
drum unit idles after the displayed
time periods have passed in Auto
Quality Start mode.
Note
❒ Default settings are follows.
Time period
0 – 4 hours
4 – 24 hours
24 – 72 hours
Over than 72 hours
Note
❒ Default: Do not Ignore
Note
❒ Default: Do not Use
❖ Skip Feed
You can select [Display] or [Do not
Display] and set the number of Skip
Feed.
Note
❒ Default: 2 times
❒ The time can be set from 2 to 9
times.
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Temperature
❖ Longer Paper
You can select “Use” to allow the
use of paper longer than 432 mm,
17.0".
*1
*2
*3
Low Tmp.
Normal Tmp.
High Tmp.
0 7 7 7
*1
*3
*2
0 5 5 5
0 5 5 5
(Below 19°C or 66.2°F)
(19 – 29°C, 66.2 – 84.2°F)
(Over 29°C or 84.2°F)
❒ To increase the print image density, increase the number of
drum rotations, and vice versa.
Settings You Can Change with User Tools
❖ No.of ldling Rotations: Quality Start
When you use the Quality Start
mode, you can select how many
times the drum unit idles.
Note
❒ Default: 7 times
❖ Deflector Angle
You can change the angle of the
wing guide depending on the paper type you use.
• Up (Select this setting when
standard thickness or thin paper misfeeds at the paper exit
section occur frequently.)
• Down (Select this setting when
A4 – B5 JIS, 81/2" × 11" thick paper is not delivered properly to
the paper delivery tray.)
Note
❒ Default: Auto
❖ Auto Class
Instead of using the Separate
mode, you can make the following
settings:
• Start Automatically (After the
last page of each printing set is
fed out to the paper delivery
tray, the machine stops for a few
seconds. Then, the next cycle
begins.)
• Stop (After the last page of each
printing set is fed out to the paper delivery tray, the machine
stops. If you press the {Start}
key, the next cycle begins.)
❖ Master/Ink Remaining Volume
Specifies whether you can check
the amount of ink and master.
• [Off] (You cannot check the remaining amount of ink or master.)
• [On (Below half)] (When the remaining amount of ink or master is less than half, the display
panel indicates these amounts
when you turn on the main
switch.)
Note
❒ Default: Off
❖ Paper Type
You can select the paper type.
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Note
❒ Default: Standard
❖ Paper Type: User1–2
You can register a frequently used
paper type and have it shown on
the paper type menu as [User 1] or
[User 2].
Note
❒ Default: Standard: No Feed
A
B
Select the paper type.
• Standard: “No feed” “Double feed”
• Thick Paper: “No feed” “Double feed” “Medium”
Press [OK].
Note
❒ Default: Stop
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User Tools
❖ Master Cut Length
The machine determines the master length according to the number
of originals placed in the optional
ADF and the paper sizes. If you
wish to use A3, 11" × 17" master regardless of the number of originals
set and the paper sizes, select
“A3”.
Note
❒ Default: Auto
❖ Double Feed Warning
Specifies whether a warning is displayed or not when a double feed
is detected.
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Note
❒ Default: Off
Limitation
❒ Only Type 1 (600 dpi) model is
equipped with the Double Feed
Function. This function is not
available on Type 2 (400 dpi)
model.
Administrator Tools
❖ User Code Management
You can select whether or not to
use User Code mode. If user codes
are turned on, users must enter
their user codes before they can
operate the machine. The machine
keeps count of the number of copies made under each user code.
User code must registered for User
Code Management. See p.164 “User Code”.
Note
❒ Default: Off
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❖ Key Operator Code
You can specify whether or not to
use key operator codes to control
Administrator Tools settings for
access codes.
Note
❒ Default: Off
❒ If you select [On], enter the key
operator code (max.4 digits) using the number keys, and then
select [Partial] or [All Initial Settings] to set the access limit.
• If you selected [Partial]
A key operator code is only
required to access Administrator Tools for System Settings.
• If you selected [All Initial Settings]
A key operator code is required to access all items in
Sy s te m S et ti n g s , M a s te r
Making/Print Settings, and
Online Print Features.
❒ If you select [On], you must enter an access code to access the
Key Operator Code display.
❖ Restricted Access
In Key Counter mode, you have to
set the key counter before making
prints. (To turn on Key Counter
mode, contact your service representative.) If Key Counter mode is
on, Restricted Access is turned on
automatically. If you turn Restricted Access off, you can make prints
without inserting the key counter.
Note
❒ Default: Off
Settings You Can Change with User Tools
❖ Security Option
You can specify the setting of security mode.
Note
❒ Default: Normal
❒ You have to set a security code
(4 digits) to enable Higher Security mode.
❒ When selecting Higher Security
mode, a security mark
appears on the left side of the date,
in the upper right of the display
panel.
Reference
See p.100 “Security”.
❖ Security Timer
Set the amount of time the machine
waits before switching to the Higher Security mode.
Note
❒ Default: Off
❖ Display/Clear/Print Counter per User
Allows you to view and print the
various counters accessed with users and to set the values to 0.
Note
❒ Press [UPrev.] and [TNext] to
show all counters.
• Print Counter List
Prints the counter values for
all the users.
• Clear All Counter
Sets the counter value of all
users to 0.
• Clear Per User
Sets the counter value of a selected user to 0.
❖ Program/Change/Delete User Code and
Name
You can register, change, or delete
user codes and names.
Note
❒ Up to 200 user codes (up to 4
digits) can be registered.
Reference
p.164 “User Code”.
❖ Auto Delete File
You can specify whether documents stored in the machine will
be deleted or not after a specified
period of time.
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Note
❒ Default: No
❒ If you select [Yes], documents
stored subsequently will be deleted.
❒ If you select [No], documents will
not be deleted automatically.
❒ If you select [Yes], enter a number
of days in the range of 1 to 180.
❖ Delete All Files
All documents stored will be deleted.
Note
❒ Even if a password has been set,
all documents will be deleted.
❒ A confirmation dialog box will
appear. To delete all documents, select [Yes].
❖ Temporarily Unlock Stored Files
Access to the files will be temporarily available without entering a
password.
Note
❒ Default: Do not Unlock
❒ Select [Unlock] only when you
forget the password. After accessing the document, be sure to
select [Do not Unlock].
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User Tools
Master Making/Print Settings
Reproduction Ratio
❖ Shortcut Reduce/Enlarge 1–3
You can register up to three frequently used Reduce/Enlarge ratios
other than the fixed Reduce/Enlarge ratio and have them shown on
the initial display. You can also
change registered Reduce/Enlarge
ratios.
If no Reduce/Enlarge ratio has
been set when selecting [Shortcut
Reduce / Enlarge 1], [Shortcut Reduce /
Enlarge 2], or [Shortcut Reduce / Enlarge 3], enter the ratio using the
number keys.
5
❖ Enlarge 1–4
You can customize available enlargement ratios by pressing [Reduce / Enlarge], followed by
[Enlarge].
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version:
• Enlarge 1: 115%
• Enlarge 2: 122%
• Enlarge 3: 141%
• Enlarge 4: 200%
• Inch version:
• Enlarge 1: 121%
• Enlarge 2: 129%
• Enlarge 3: 155%
• Enlarge 4: 200%
❒ When selecting [User Enlrg. Ratio], enter a ratio using the number keys (in the range of 101 to
200%).
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❖ Priority Setting:Enlarge
You can set the ratio with priority
when [Reduce / Enlarge] is pressed,
followed by [Enlarge].
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version: 141%
• Inch version: 155%
❖ Reduce 1–5
You can customize available reduction ratios by pressing [Reduce /
Enlarge], followed by [Reduce]
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version:
• Reduce 1: 50%
• Reduce 2: 61%
• Reduce 3: 71%
• Reduce 4: 82%
• Reduce 5: 87%
• Inch version:
• Reduce 1: 50%
• Reduce 2: 65%
• Reduce 3: 74%
• Reduce 4: 77%
• Reduce 5: 85%
❒ When selecting [User Redc. Ratio], enter a ratio using the number keys (in the range of 25 to
99%).
❖ Priority Setting:Reduce
You can set the ratio with priority
when [Reduce / Enlarge] is pressed,
followed by [Reduce].
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version: 71%
• Inch version: 74%
Settings You Can Change with User Tools
❖ Ratio for Create Margin
You can set a Reduce/Enlarge ratio when registering Create Margin in a shortcut key.
Note
❒ Default: 93%
❖ Reduce/Enlarge Priority
Specifies which tab has priority on
the display panel when [Reduce /
Enlarge] is pressed.
Note
❒ Default: Reduce
Original Setting
❖ Master Making Density
Specifies the image density at
power on.
Note
❒ Default: Normal
❖ Original Type
Specifies the original type at power
on.
❖ Photo (Screen)
Specify the screen image in Photo
mode when you press [Original
Type]
Note
❒ Default: Normal
❖ Background Correction
When you make prints in Photo,
Text/Photo, or Pale mode, the
background of the prints might become dirty. You can select “On” to
improve the clarity of your prints.
Note
❒ Default: Off
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Edit Setting
❖ Combine/Image Repeat Separation Line
You can select a separation line using the Combine function from:
None, Solid, Broken A, Broken B,
or Crop Marks.
Note
❒ Default: Text
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❖ Text/Photo Contrast
Specify the contrast level for
text/Photo when the power is
switched on or after mode settings
are cleared.
Note
❒ Default: Normal
❖ Photo Contrast
Specify the contrast level for Photo
when the power is switched on or
after mode settings are cleared.
•
•
•
•
•
a=None
b=Solid
c=Broken A
d=Broken B
e=Crop Marks
Note
❒ Default: None
Note
❒ Default: Normal
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User Tools
❖ Erase Original Border Width
You can specify the width of
erased border margins for originals using this function.
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric version: 2 mm
• Inch version: 0.1”
❖ Erase Paper Border Width
You can specify the width of
erased border margins for prints
using this function.
Note
❒ Default:
5
• Metric version: 2 mm
• Inch version: 0.1”
❖ Stamp Type Defaults
You can select the stamp message
at power on with the Stamp mode.
Note
❒ Default: CONFIDENTIAL
❖ Stamp Size
You can edit the preset stamp sizes.
Note
❒ Default: 1 X
❖ Stamp Density
You can select the density of the
stamps.
Note
❒ Default: Normal
❖ Stamp Position
You can set the position where the
stamp is printed.
Press the arrow keys to adjust the
position.
Note
❒ Default:
• Metric Version:
• Position: Top Right
• Top Margin: 24 mm
• Right Margin: 24 mm
• Inch Version:
• Position: Top Right
• Top Margin: 1.0"
• Right Margin: 1.0"
Others
❖ Ignore ADF Original Size
When you place long originals in
the optional ADF, set original detection to “Ignore”. The machine
will not detect the original size.
Note
❒ Default: Do not Ignore
❖ Ignore Exposure Glass Original Size
When you place custom sizes originals on the exposure glass, set
original detection to “Ignore”. The
machine will not detect the original size.
Note
❒ Default: Do not Ignore
❖ Cancel Combine/Repeat Setting
Specifies whether Combine settings is cleared after finishing your
print job.
Note
❒ Default: Do not Cancel
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Settings You Can Change with User Tools
❖ Auto Separate (Class)
Specifies whether Separate mode
is automatically selected when you
make prints in Class Setting mode.
Note
❒ Default: On
❖ Auto Rotation
When the orientation in which
your original is placed differs from
that of the paper, the machine automatically rotates the original image by 90° to match the paper
orientation.
Note
❒ Default: On
❖ Minimum Print Quantity
The minimum print quantity can
be set between 0 and 9999.
Example: If you specify 20 as the
minimum number of prints, runs
of 20 or more prints will be accepted, print runs of less than 20 prints
will not be accepted.
Prog.Key Settings
❖ Function Key:F1–5
You can assign frequently used
functions to function keys F1 to F5.
Note
❒ Default:
• Function Key: F1: 1 Sided → 1
Sided Combine: 2 originals
• Function Key: F2: 1 Sided → 1
Sided Combine: 4 originals
• Function Key: F3: Create Margin
• Function Key: F4: Off
• Function Key: F5: Off
5
Note
❒ Default: 0 sheet(s)
❖ Maximum Print Quantity
The maximum print quantity can
be set between 0 and 9999.
Note
❒ Default: 9999 sheet(s)
❖ Economy Mode
Specify the economy mode level of
ink.
Note
❒ Default: Off
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User Tools
User Code
If the machine has user codes set, users must enter their user code before
they can use the machine. The machine keeps count of the number of
masters and prints made under each
user code.
Note
❒ If you want to use this feature, select [On] in “User Code Management”with User Tools menu. See
p.158 “User Code Management”.
Registering a User Code
5
You can register up to 200 user codes.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
F Enter
the user code (up to four
digits) using the number keys,
and then press [#].
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press
[Clear] or the {Clear/Stop} key,
and then enter the code again.
G Press [Enter Name].
H Enter the user name,
and then
press [OK].
Reference
p.177 “Entering Text”
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B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Program / Change / Delete User
Code and Name].
E Press [New Program].
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I Press [OK].
J Press [Exit].
Note
❒ To continue registering user
codes and name, repeat the procedure from step E.
K Press the {User Tools} key.
User Code
Changing a User Code
E Press [Delete].
Note
❒ Even if you change a user code, the
counter value will not be cleared.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Program / Change / Delete User
Code and Name].
E Select
the registered user code
you want to change.
F Enter the new user code and user
name, and then press[OK].
G Press [Exit].
H Press the {User Tools} key.
Deleting a User Code
Note
❒ After clearing the user code, the
counter is automatically cleared.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Program / Change / Delete User
F Select the user code you want to
delete, and then press [OK].
Note
❒ If you want to delete all user
codes, press [Delete All].
❒ To delete all user codes on the
page, press [All on The Page].
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
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G Press [Yes].
H Press [Exit].
I Press the {User Tools} key.
Displaying the Counter for
Each User Code
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Display / Clear / Print Counter
per User].
Counters of each user code appear.
Code and Name].
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User Tools
Printing the Counter for All
User Codes
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Display / Clear / Print Counter
E Select the user code to clear.
To clear the counter for each user
code
A Select the user code from the
left side of the display.
per User].
E Press [Print Counter List].
Note
❒ Press [Select All on the Page] to
select all user codes on the
page.
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B Press [Clear Per User].
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
F Press [Yes].
Clearing the Counter
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [System Settings].
C Press [Administrator Tools].
D Press [Display / Clear / Print Counter
per User].
A confirmation dialog box will
appear.
C Press [OK].
To clear the counters for all user
codes
A Press [Clear All Counter].
A confirmation dialog box will
appear.
B Press [OK].
F Press [Exit].
G Press the {User Tools} key.
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6. Remarks
Do's and Don'ts
R WARNING:
• Keep the machine away from flammable liquids, gases, and aerosols.
A fire or an electric shock might occur.
R CAUTION:
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine.
While moving the machine, you should take care that the power cord will not
be damaged under the machine.
Important
❒ Make sure that the Data In m indicator is off before unplugging the power
cord.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
While printing, do not turn off the main switch.
While printing, do not unplug the power cord.
While printing, do not open the door or covers.
While printing, do not move the machine.
Open and close all doors and covers carefully.
When printing onto paper that contains images on the back, make sure there
is a 6 mm (0.24") margin at the back leading edge. If there is no margin, the
machine might wrongly detect that paper is wrapped around the drum and
stop printing.
When you use envelopes or pasted print paper, the leading edge of the prints
might be damaged.
Always make a few trial prints to check the image position because the image
position of the trial print might not correspond with that of the original.
The leading edge of the prints might become stained if the edge touches the
image of prints on the paper delivery tray.
Print ink on the paper delivery tray might stick to the back side of the next
print.
Press the {Proof} key to perform a test print as the image density of the first
few prints might be light.
When the machine is on and the power source is less than 90% of the specified
amount, printing quality will decrease. Therefore, make sure the supply from
your electrical outlet is at least 90% of the required amount.
When you make a lot of prints from a small image, ink might ooze out from
the edges of the master, especially in high temperatures and when printing in
two or more colors. In these cases, make a new master.
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Remarks
• Remove the paper from the tray before relocating the machine. If you relocate
the machine leaving the paper on the tray, reset the paper after the relocation.
If the main switch of the machine is turned on without resetting the paper correctly, the sensor might be broken.
• If the printed paper is stored for more than one day, the paper may become
wrinkled. If this paper is used, wrinkles may also appear on the master. If the
paper will be stored for more than one day, store it in its original wrapping
paper or other protective covering.
• Shadowing may occur if the printed image at the rear edge of the paper is a
solid color, when the printing speed is set to 1. If this occurs, print the image
with the printing speed set to 3.
• If there are fine lines within 5 mm to 10 mm, 0.2" to 0.4" of the edge of the image, shadowing may occur.
• Depending on the type of paper being used, speckles may appear within 5
mm to 10 mm, 0.2" to 0.4" of the edge of the image at around 1000 prints.
• When two or more sheets of paper feed at once, you can select whether the
warning message is displayed or not. Set to “On” of the “Double Feed Warning” with User Tools. See p.158 “Double Feed Warning”.
• When two or more sheets of paper feed at once, set paper on the paper feed
side plates securely. See p.33 “Using the Paper Feed Tray and Delivery Tray”
• When paper misfeeds occur, select the proper paper type from [Feed Tray Paper Type]. See p.49 “Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper”. If the problem persists, fan or turn the paper over.
• If the paper skews, make sure to set the paper feed side plates securely. See
p.33 “Using the Paper Feed Tray and Delivery Tray”.
• Make sure originals on the exposure glass are correctly positioned and
aligned with the scale.
• If the edges of the paper are rounded, skewing might occur. Change the paper's orientation or replace.
• If the paper becomes creased, make sure the correct paper type has been selected in [Feed Tray Paper Type]. See p.49 “Printing onto Various Kinds of Paper”.
• If custom paper crease frequently, use the standard paper type.
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Where to Put Your Machine
Where to Put Your Machine
Machine Environment
Your machine's location should be carefully chosen because environmental conditions greatly affect its performance.
Optimum environmental conditions
R CAUTION:
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. Otherwise a fire or an electric shock might occur.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples over,
an injury might occur.
R CAUTION:
• If you use the machine in a confined space, make sure there is a continuous
air turnover.
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R CAUTION:
• After you move the machine, use the caster fixture to fix it in place. Otherwise the machine might move or come down to cause an injury.
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•
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Temperature: 10 – 30°C, 50 – 86°F
Humidity: 20 – 90% RH
A strong and level floor.
The machine must be level within 5 mm, 0.2" both front to rear and left to
right.
Environments to avoid
• Locations exposed to direct sunlight or strong light (more than 1500 lux).
• Locations directly exposed to cool air from an air conditioner or heated air
from a heater (sudden temperature changes might cause condensation within
the machine).
• Places where the machine might be subjected to frequent strong vibration.
• Dusty areas.
• Areas with corrosive gases.
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Remarks
Moving
R CAUTION:
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine.
While moving the machine, you should take care that the power cord will not
be damaged under the machine.
Important
❒ When moving the machine, the following precautions should always be followed:
• Turn off the main switch.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. When you do, grip the plug
to avoid damaging the cord and causing fire or electric shock.
• Close all covers and trays including the front cover.
Limitation
❒ Carefully move the machine. If you do not, the machine might be damaged
or a stored file might be deleted.
❒ Avoid any strong shock to the machine. This could damage the hard disk and
cause stored files to be deleted. For precautionary reasons, files should be
copied to another local computer.
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Power Connection
R WARNING:
• Connect the power cord directly into a wall outlet and never use an extension cord.
• Only connect the machine to the power source describe in the manual.
• Do not damage, break or make any modifications to the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on it. Do not pull it hard nor bend it more
than necessary. These actions could cause an electric shock or fire.
R CAUTION:
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine.
While moving the machine, you should take care that the power cord will not
be damaged under the machine.
R CAUTION:
• When you disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet, always pull the
plug (not the cable).
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the machine and shall be easily accessible.
• Voltage must not fluctuate more than 10%.
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Where to Put Your Machine
Access to the Machine
Place the machine near the power source, providing the clearance areas as
shown.
AJK202S
* Paper delivery tray
1. More than 10 cm, 4.0"
2. More than 60 cm, 23.7"
3. More than 60 cm, 23.7"
4. More than 60 cm, 23.7"
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Note
❒ For the required space when options are installed, contact your service representative.
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Remarks
Maintaining Your Machine
To maintain high print quality, clean
the following parts and units regularly.
❖ Cleaning the machine
Wipe the machine with a soft,
damp cloth. Then wipe it with a
dry cloth to remove the water.
Important
❒ Do not use chemical cleaner or organic solvents, such as thinner or
benzene. If they get into the machine or melt plastic parts, a failure
might occur.
❒ Do not clean parts other than those
specified in this manual. Such
parts should be cleaned by your
service representative.
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Cleaning the exposure glass
cover
A Lift the exposure glass cover.
B Clean the exposure glass cover
with a damp cloth and wipe it
with a dry cloth.
AM1P0100
Cleaning the Exposure Glass
A Lift
the exposure glass cover or
ADF.
B Clean A and B.
Note
❒ When using the exposure glass,
clean B only.
ZDCH130E
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Note
❒ If you do not clean the exposure
glass cover, marks on the cover
will be printed.
Maintaining Your Machine
Cleaning the Auto Document
Feeder
Cleaning the paper feed roller
(LCIT)
A Lift the ADF.
B Clean the sheet with a damp cloth
A Wipe dust off the paper feed roll-
and wipe it with a dry cloth.
er with a damp cloth, and then
wipe it with a dry cloth.
AM1D600
ABQ032S
Note
❒ If you do not clean the sheet,
marks on the sheet will be printed.
Note
❒ Keep the paper feed roller clean
to avoid paper misfeeds.
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Cleaning the paper feed roller
(paper feed tray)
A Wipe dust off the paper feed roller with a damp cloth, and then
wipe it with a dry cloth.
TPEH120E
Note
❒ If you do not clean the paper
feed roller, paper misfeeds tend
to occur.
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Remarks
Other Functions
B Press [Enquiry].
Inquiry
The inquiry functions lets you confirm the telephone numbers to contact for repairs or to order ink. Be sure
to contact your service engineer to
verify the following:
❖ Machine Maintenance/Repair
• Telephone No.
• Serial No. of Machine
Enquiry information is displayed.
Printing Enquiry information
A Press [Print Enquiry List].
❖ Sales Representative
• Telephone No.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
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B Press the {Start} key.
Enquiry information is printed.
C Press [Exit].
D Press [Exit].
AJK435S
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Other Functions
Changing the Display
Language
You can change the language used on
the display. English is set as default
setting.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
AJK435S
B Press [Español].
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The display language is changed to
Spanish.
C Press [Salir].
The menu appears in Spanish.
Note
❒ If you want to return the display
language to “English”, repeat
step A and press [English].
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Remarks
Counter/Data Print
Displaying the Counter
Display the number of sheets used for
master making and the number of
sheets used for printing.
Two types of counter can be displayed.
You can check the number of total
sheets using counter, and check the
number of sheet after resetting.
You can also reset the resettable
counter.
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [Counter / Data Print].
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Print the log data and
programmed class list
Print the log data or programmed
class list.
❖ Log Data
Check the making master and
print log data.
❖ Program Class List
Check the programmed class registered in the Class Settings function.
Reference
p.69 “Class Settings”
A Press the {User Tools} key.
B Press [Counter / Data Print].
Reset the Counter
A Press [Clear] below the master
making figures and print figures in the resettable counter
area.
C To print a log data , press [Print Log
Data].
Note
❒ When you need the programmed
class list, press [Print Programmed
Class List].
D Press [Yes].
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7. Entering Text
Entering Text
This section describes how to enter characters. When you enter a character, it is
shown at the position of the cursor. If there is a character at the cursor position,
the entered character is shown before that character.
Available Characters
• Alphabetic characters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
• Symbols
• Numerals
0123456789
Keys
AFU110S
Note
❒ When entering uppercase or lowercase letters continuously, use [Shift Lock] to
lock the case.
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Entering Text
Entering Text
Entering letters
A Press [Shift] to switch between uppercase and lowercase.
B Press the letters you want to enter.
Deleting characters
A Press [Backspace] or [Delete All] to delete characters.
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8. Specifications
Main Unit
❖ Configuration:
Floor standing
❖ Printing Process:
Full automatic one drum system
❖ Original Type:
Sheet/Book
❖ Original Size:
Maximum 300 mm × 432 mm, 11.8" × 17.0"
❖ Pixel Density:
• Type 1
600 × 600 dpi (dots per inch)
• Type 2
400 × 400 dpi (dots per inch)
❖ Image Mode:
Text mode
Text/Photo mode
Photo mode
Pencil mode
Pale mode
❖ Reduction Ratios:
• Metric version:
93%, 87%, 82%, 71%, 61%, 50%
• Inch version:
93%, 85%, 77%, 74%, 65%, 50%
❖ Enlargement Ratios:
• Metric version:
141%, 122%, 115%
• Inch version:
155%, 129%, 121%
❖ Zoom:
From 50% to 200% in increments of 1%
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Specifications
❖ Directional Magnification:
• Vertical:
From 50% to 200% in increments of 1%
• Horizontal:
From 50% to 200% in increments of 1%
❖ Printing Area:
• Metric version:
• A3 drum: more than 290 × 412 mm, 11.4" × 16.3"
• A4 drum: more than 290 × 202 mm, 11.4" × 8.0"
• Inch version:
• 11" × 17" drum: more than 290 × 422 mm, 11.4" × 16.7"
• A4 drum: more than 290 × 202 mm, 11.4" × 8.0"
❖ Print Paper Size:
Maximum recommended: 297 mm × 432 mm, 11.6" × 17.0" (Maximum: 325
mm × 447 mm, 12.8" × 17.6")
Minimum: 70 mm × 148 mm, 2.8" × 5.8"
❖ Leading Edge Margin:
Less than 6 mm, 0.24"
❖ Print Paper Weight:
• 47.1 – 209.3 g/m2, 12.5 – 55.6 lb
❖ Print Speed:
Paper length of 364 mm, 14.4" or more: 60 – 120 cpm (5 increments)
Paper length of less than 364 mm, 14.4": 60 – 135 cpm (6 increments)
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❖ First print Time (Master Process Time):
• Type 1
Less than 28 seconds (A3, 11" × 17"L)
Less than 20 seconds (A4, 81/2" × 11"K)
• Type 2
Less than 16 seconds (A3, 11" × 17"L)
Less than 12 seconds (A4, 81/2" × 11"K)
❖ Color Printing:
Drum unit replacement system
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❖ Image Position:
• Vertical:
• Inch version: ± 10 mm, ± 0.4"
• Metric version: ± 15 mm, ± 0.6"
• Side:
± 10 mm, ± 0.4" (for either side)
Main Unit
❖ Paper Feed Tray Capacity:
1,000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb)
❖ Paper Delivery Tray Capacity:
1,000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb)
❖ Master Eject Unit Capacity:
• A3 drum
More than 100 masters
• 11" × 17" drum
90 masters
• A4 drum
140 masters
❖ Dimensions (W × D × H)
Width
Depth
Height
Stored
750 mm, 29.5"
705mm, 27.8"
585 mm, 23"
Stored with ADF
750 mm, 29.5"
705mm, 27.8"
695 mm, 27.4"
Set up
1420 mm, 55.9"
705mm, 27.8"
585 mm, 23"
Set up with cabinet
1420 mm, 55.9"
705mm, 27.8"
1020 mm, 40.2"
Set up with cabinet
and ADF (when you
use A3, 11" × 17" or
larger paper)
1420 mm, 55.9"
705mm, 27.8"
1130 mm, 44.5"
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❖ Weight:
• Machine:
Less than 104 kg, 229.3 lb
❖ Noise Emission *1
Sound power level
Printing speed
Noise emission
Stand-by
--
39dB (A)
During printing
135 cpm
81dB (A)
Printing speed
Noise emission
Stand-by
--
24dB (A)
During printing
135 cpm
68dB (A)
Sound pressure level *2
*1
*2
The above measurements made in accordance with ISO 7779 are actual value.
It is measured at the position of the operator.
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Specifications
❖ Power Consumption:
• Making a master:
Type1: Less than 0.340 kW
Type2: Less than 0.355 kW
• Printing:
Less than 0.285kW (when printing speed is 135 cpm)
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Options
Options
Auto Document Feeder (ADF: DF Type 85)
❖ Original Type:
Sheet
❖ Original Weight:
52.3 g/m2 to 127.9 g/m2, 13.9 lb to 34 lb
❖ Original Size:
Max. 297 mm × 864 mm, 11.7" × 34.0"
Min. 149 mm × 210 mm, 5.9" × 8.3"
❖ First print Time:
Less than 33 seconds (A3, 11" × 17")
Less than 25 seconds (A4, 81/2" × 11")
❖ Original Capacity:
50 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb)
7.5 mm, 0.3" height
Twin Color Press Roller Printing System TC-IIR
❖ Configuration:
Floor standing
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❖ Printing Process:
Twin color press roller printing system
❖ Print Paper Size:
Maximum: 297 mm × 432 mm, 11.6" × 17.0"
Minimum: 70 mm × 250 mm, 2.8" × 9.8"
❖ Print Paper Weight:
• 52.3 – 209.3 g/m2, 13.9 – 55.6 lb
❖ Print Speed:
90 – 120 cpm (3 increments)
❖ Color Printing:
Drum unit replacement system
❖ Paper Feed Tray Capacity:
1,000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb)
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Specifications
❖ Paper Delivery Tray Capacity:
1,000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb)
❖ Dimensions (W × D × H)
Width
Depth
Height
Stored
920 mm, 36.2"
630 mm, 24.8"
555 mm, 21.9"
Set up
1,610 mm, 63.4"
630 mm, 24.8"
555 mm, 21.9"
❖ Weight:
• Machine:
Less than 88 kg, 194 lb
❖ Power Consumption:
• Printing:
0.55kW(Max)
❖ Optional Equipment:
• Drum unit:
Metric version: Drum Type 90 <A3> / <A4>
Inch version: Drum Type 90 <A4> (81/2" × 11") / <11" × 17">
Note
❒ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Large Capacity System (LCS: LS3000R)
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❖ Configuration:
Optional large paper capacity system
❖ Paper type:
Corresponds to the machine specification
❖ Printing paper size:
• LCIT:
Maximum 297 × 432 mm, 11.6" × 17.0" (325 × 447 mm, 12.7" × 17.5" *1 )
Minimum 128 × 182 mm, 5.1" × 7.1"
• LCOT:
Maximum 297 × 432 mm, 11.6" × 17.0" (325 × 447 mm, 12.7" × 17.5" *1 )
Minimum 70 × 148 mm, 2.8" × 5.9" (When the LCIT is installed: 128 × 182
mm, 5.1" × 7.1" )
*1
When the image position is set to 0 mm (0").
❖ Print paper weight:
47.1 – 209.3 g/m2, 12.5 – 55.61 lb.
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Options
❖ Feed tray capacity:
3000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
Paper stack height: Less than 320 mm (12.5")
❖ Output tray capacity:
3000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
Paper stack height: Less than 345 mm (13.5")
❖ Print speed:
Corresponds to the machine specification
❖ Power consumption:
Standby
Less than 25 W
Printing
Less than 88 W
❖ Dimensions (W×D×H):
• LCIT: 968 × 545 × 778 mm (38.1" × 21.4" × 30.6")
• LCOT: 560 × 512 × 778 mm (22" × 20.1" × 30.6")
❖ Weight:
• LCIT: Less than 45 kg, 99 lb.
• LCOT: Less than 30 kg, 66 lb.
Other Options
• Drum Unit
Metric version: Drum Type 90 <A3> / <A4>
Inch version: Drum Type 90 <A4> (81/2" × 11") / <11" × 17">
• Platen Cover Type 1018
• Key Counter
• PostScript3 Board Type 2
• IEEE 1284 Parallel Board Type 1
• IEEE 802.11b I/F Unit Type 1
• Memory Unit TypeC (128 MB/256 MB)
• Extension HDD Type 1
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Specifications
Consumables
Name
Size
Remarks
Master:
Length: 110 m, 410 ft/roll
A3 drum
Width: 320 mm, 12.6" 2 rolls/case
More than 200 masters can be made
per roll
11" × 17" drum
190 masters can be made per roll
A4 drum
320 masters can be made per roll
Ink-Black
1,000ml/pack
Ink-Red
1,000ml/pack
Environmental conditions: -5 to
40°C 10 – 95% RH
Ink-Blue
Ink-Green
Ink-Brown
Ink-Purple
Ink-Yellow
Ink-Navy
Ink-Maroon
Ink-Teal
Ink-Orange
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Ink-Gray
Ink-Violet
Ink-Hunter green
Ink-Burgundy
Ink-Gold
Ink-Reflex Blue
Note
❒ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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INDEX
2 one-sided originals, 66
4 one-sided originals, 66
A
Adding ink, 128
ADF, 16
Adjusting
the position of printed images, 56
Administrator Tools, 158
Auto
reduce/enlarge, 62
Auto Cycle key, 18
Auto Document Feeder, 14, 16
Auto off mode, 48
Auto Off Timer, 155
Auto off timer, 48
auto paper select, 27
Auto quality start, 98
B
background patterns, 86
Basic procedure, 46
Black line/stain, 121
Buffer fins, 14
C
Changing
Display Language, 175
File Name, 105
Password, 105
program, 110
program name, 110
stamp position, size and density, 83
User Name, 105
Changing a user code, 165
Changing the Paper Size of LCIT
Changing the Paper Size, 144
Changing the Paper Size of the Paper Feed
Tray
Changing the Paper Size, 143
Changing the printing speed, 57
Checking Stored Files, 106
Check Modes key, 18
Chocks, 13, 35
Clearing misfeeds, 132
Clearing the number of prints, 166
Clear Modes key, 18
Clear/Stop key, 19
closed area method, 91
Color drum, 112
Combination chart, 117
Combine, 66
command sheet, 87
Common key operations, 21
Consumables, 186
Control panel, 12, 18
Copier functions
margin adjustment, 79
Counter
Displaying, 176
Cover, 16
Cover release lever, 16
Custom repeat, 77
D
Data In indicator (Green), 18
Deleting
program, 111
Deleting a user code, 165
diagonal line method, 90
Dirty background, 121
Disabling normal security, 100
Displaying
Counter, 176
Displaying the Counter for each user
code, 165
Display Language
Changing, 175
Display panel, 20
Double feed, 102
Down button, 16, 17
Drum size, 116
Drum unit, 13
Drum unit handle B2, 112
Drum unit lock lever B1, 13
E
Economy mode, 98
Edge erase, 78
End plate, 17
End plate screw, 17
Energy saver mode, 48
Energy Saver Timer, 155
Entering Text, 177
Envelopes, 49
Error indicator (Red), 19
Exposure glass, 13
Exposure glass cover, 14
187
F
Feeding pressure lever, 16, 147
File Name
Changing, 105
Front door, 12
G
General Features, 155
Guide to Components, 12
H
Higher security, 100
Hold Data-in key, 18
I
Image position key, 18
Image rotation, 53
Indicators, 16, 18
Initial position key, 19
Ink, 128, 186
Ink holder, 13
Input tray, 16
Inquiry, 174
Intermediate feeding section, 16
L
Large capacity input tray, 16
Large capacity output tray, 17
Large Capacity System, 16, 17
LCIT, 16
Installing the LCIT, 36
Loading Paper, 38
Uninstalling the LCIT, 43
LCIT release lever, 16
LCOT, 17
Paper alignment wings, 39
Setting up the LCOT, 38
LCS, 16
Loading paper, 33, 126
M
188
Machine environment, 169
Main power indicator, 18
Main switch, 13, 22
Maintaining your machine, 172
Make-Up, 84
Make-Up printing, 94
Make-Up samples, 96
Master, 186
Master eject indicator, 146
Master eject unit handle E1, 13
Master length, 101
Master Making mode select key, 18
Master making unit, 12
Master misfeeds
in the master eject section, 138, 139
in the master feed section, 137, 138
Mode Setting, 156
N
Normal security, 100
Number keys, 19
O
Open Cover/Unit indicator, 145
Operation switch, 19, 22
Options, 15, 183
Original
orientation, 45
Original misfeeds, 140
Originals, 25
Original Type, 54
Output tray, 17
P
Pale
Original Type, 54
Panel Beeper, 155
Paper
Recommended for the LCIT, 28
Recommended for the LCOT, 29
Paper alignment wings, 13, 35
Paper delivery end plate, 13
Paper delivery end plate knob, 14
Paper delivery side plate knobs, 14
Paper delivery side plates, 13
Paper delivery tray, 13
Paper feed side plates, 12
Paper feed side plates knob, 12
Paper feed side plates knob lock lever, 12
Paper feed tray, 12
Paper feed tray down key, 12
Paper misfeeds
in the LCIT, 141
in the paper feed section, 132, 133
Paper misfeeds in the paper exit section, 136
Paper or master wrapped around the
drum, 134
Paper type, 49, 50
Password
Changing, 105
Setting or changing, 105
Pencil
Original Type, 54
Photo
Original Type, 54
Placing
originals, 44
originals in auto document feeder, 44
originals on exposure glass, 44
Position Setting keys, 18
Power connection, 170
Power Switch, 37
Power switch, 16
Preset Reduce/Enlarge, 59
Preset stamp
changing density, 83
changing position, 83
changing size, 83
position and original orientation, 83
Printer functions
zoom, 60
Printer Settings key, 18
Printing Functions, 59
Printing functions
Auto Reduce/Enlarge, 62
Directional magnification (%), 64
Directional size magnification (inch), 65
printing functions
centering, 78
Printing in two colors, 114
Printing Size, 32
Printing the Counter for each user code, 166
Printing the First Page, 107
Print key, 18
Print paper, 28
Program key, 18
Programs, 109
Proof key, 18, 19
Protecting
program, 110
Q
Quality start, 98
R
S
Safety information, 9
Saving energy, 48
Screen contrast knob, 18
Security, 100
Service call, 120
Set Date, 155
Set Time, 155
Setting or changing
Password, 105
Setting up the paper delivery tray, 34
Side guide adjustment knob, 16, 17
Side guides, 16, 17
Side guide screw, 16
Size and Weights of Recommended
Origilnals, 25
Sizes difficult to detect, 27
Skip feed, 99
Special paper, 50
Specifications, 179
Speed setting keys, 19
Standard paper, 49
Start key, 19
Storing
program, 109
System Auto Reset Timer, 155
System Settings, 149
T
Text
Deleting, 178
Entering, 178
Original Type, 54
Text/Photo
Original Type, 54
Thick paper, 49
Timer Settings, 155
Trailing edge guides, 14
Troubleshooting, 119
Turning Off the Main Power, 23
Turning Off the Power, 23
Turning On the Main Power, 22
Turning On the Power, 23
Recalling a program, 110
Registering a user code, 164
Remarks, 167
Removing the used master, 146
Repeat, 74
Replacing master roll, 130
189
U
Up button, 16, 17
User Code, 164
User Name
Changing, 105
User Tools, 149
Changing defaults, 154
Quitting User Tools, 154
User Tools key, 18
W
Web browser
Storing files, 108
What you can do with this machine, ii
When the image density is too light, 121
Where to put your machine, 169
190
EN
USA
C262-0756A
Note to users in the United States of America
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio /TV technician for help.
Caution:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Caution (In case of IEEE 1284 environment):
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used for connections to a host computer (and/or peripheral) in order to meet FCC emission limits.
Caution (In case of 100BaseTX environment):
Network interface cable with ferrite core must be used for RF interference suppression.
Use a commercially available cable after attaching the ferrite core provided.
Caution (In case of USB2.0 environment):
Use a commercially available shielded USB cable.
Declaration of Conformity
Product Name: Duplicator
Model Number:
CP6346/LDD280/HQ9000/3590DNP
CP6334/LDD250/HQ7000/3580DNP
Responsible Party: Ricoh Corporation
Address: 5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Telephone number:973-882-2000
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note to users in Canada
Note:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Remarque concernant les utilisateurs au Canada
Avertissement:
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Copyright © 2005
Operating Instructions
Type for CP6346/LDD280/HQ9000/3590DNP
Type for CP6334/LDD250/HQ7000/3580DNP
EN USA C262-0756A
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