Minolta DiALTA Di181 Printer

Minolta DiALTA Di181 Printer
1177-7704-02
Di181
Operator’s Manual
Copyright
1999 MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Printed in China
The information contained in this manual is
subject to change without notice to
incorporate improvements made on the
product or products the manual covers.
MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Image Information Products Marketing Headquarters
1999. 9
3-13, 2-Chome, Azuchi-Machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8556, Japan
Copyright
1999 MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Printed in China
The information contained in this manual is
subject to change without notice to
incorporate improvements made on the
product or products the manual covers.
MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Image Information Products Marketing Headquarters
3-13, 2-Chome, Azuchi-Machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8556, Japan
Using the Machine Properly
To ensure the optimum performance of the machine, follow the precautions listed below.
Never place a heavy object on the machine.
Never subject the machine to shocks.
Never open any doors or turn the machine off while the machine is making copies.
Never bring any magnetized object near the machine.
Never use flammable sprays, liquids or gases near the machine.
Never modify the machine, as a fire or electrical shock could result.
Never remove any panel or cover which is secured. The machine contains high voltage components
which can cause electrical shock.
Never tamper with the laser mechanism in laser-equipped models, as blindness or other injury may
result.
Never drop paper clips, staples or other small pieces of metal through the vents or other openings in
the machine, as a fire or electrical shock can result.
Never place containers of liquid on the machine. If liquids get inside the machine, they can cause fire
or electrical shock. If a piece of metal or any liquid gets inside the machine, immediately turn the
machine off, unplug the power cord and call your technical representative. A fire or electrical shock
can result if the machine remains plugged in or is operated after metal or liquid gets inside.
Never leave the machine running if it becomes unusually hot, or if smoke or an unusual odor or noise
is detected. Should any of these conditions occur, immediately turn the machine off, unplug the power
cord and call your technical representative. A fire or electrical shock can result if the machine remains
plugged in under any of these conditions.
Always insert the power plug all the way into the outlet.
Always make sure that the outlet is visible, clear of the machine or machine cabinet.
Always provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous copies.
Never pull on the power cord, and always hold the plug when unplugging the power cord. A damaged
cord could result in a fire or cause an electrical shock.
Never unplug the power cord with a wet hand, as it could cause an electrical shock.
Always unplug the power cord before moving the machine. Moving the machine with the power cord
plugged in can damage the cord resulting in a fire or causing an electrical shock.
Always unplug the power cord when the machine is not going to be used for a long time.
Never place a heavy object on the power cord, or pull or bend it, as a fire or electrical shock can result.
Always ensure that the machine does not sit on or move onto the power cord or communications cable
of other electrical equipment, as malfunctioning equipment or a fire could result.
Always ensure that the power cord or communications cable of other electrical equipment does not
become wedged into the machine mechanism, as malfunctioning equipment or a fire could result.
Always use the correct power voltage, as improper voltage can cause a fire or electrical shock.
Never use a multiple outlet adapter, as a fire or electrical shock can result.
Should the power cord become damaged, immediately turn the machine off, unplug the power cord
and call your technical representative. A damaged cord can result in a fire or cause an electric shock.
If an extension cord is needed, use one with a greater rated capacity than the maximum power require-
ments of the machine. The use of an extension cord that falls short of supporting the maximum power
requirements can result in overheating or a fire.
Always unplug the machine whenever anything unusual is observed during operation. Make sure that
the outlet is nearby and clear of the machine and furniture.
NOTE
=Locate the machine in a Well Ventilated Room=
A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this machine. An unpleasant odor
may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive machine operations. For a
comfortable, healthy and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well
ventilated.
Remarque
=Placer l’appareil dans une pièce largement ventilée=
Une quantité d’ozone négligeble est dégagée pendant le fonctionnement de l’appareil quand celui-ci est
utilisé normalement. Cependant, une odeur désagréable peut être ressentie dans les pièces dont
l’aération est insuffisante et lorsqu’une utilisation prolongée de l’appareil effectuée. Pour avoir la
certitude de travailler dans un environnment réunissant des conditions de confort, santé et de sécurité,
il est préférable de bien aérer la pièce ou se trouve l’appareil.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, we have determined that this machine
meets the ENERGY STAR® Guidelines for energy efficiency.
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What is an ENERGY STAR® product ?
An ENERGY STAR® product has a special feature that allows it to automatically switch to a “low-power
mode” after a period of inactivity. An ENERGY STAR® product uses energy more efficiently, saves you
money on utility bills and helps protect the environment.
Recycled Paper (USA market only)
Your Minolta Machine has been designed to use the following Recycled Paper
Minolta Recycled Bond
20% Post Consumer Waste
Item NO. 8925 701
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Thank you for choosing Minolta quality. For over 30 years Minolta has been a leader on the forefront of
office equipment technology and service. Our desire has always been to bring you highly reliable
products. We pledge to continue to provide you, our customer, with our state of the art equipment, as well
as full customer service for all our products. We look forward to a long healthy relationship with you and
our company. If you have any questions or comments about Minolta, our product or service, please let us
know. Our fax number is 800-237-8087 (for U.S.A. and Canada). Thank you again.
This operator’s manual explains how to operate the copier and replenish its supplies. It also gives some
troubleshooting tips as well as general precautions to be observed when operating the copier.
To ensure the best performance and effective use of your copier, read this manual carefully until you
familiarize yourself thoroughly with the copier’s operation and features. After you have read through the
manual, keep it ready for reference.
Please use this manual as a quick and handy reference tool for immediately clarifying any questions
which may arise.
MC-F01
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
The design and production of this unit conforms to FCC Regulations, and any changes or modifications
must be registered with the FCC and are subject to FCC control. Any changes made by the purchaser or
user without first contacting the manufacturer will be subject to penalty under FCC regulations.
FCC-F01
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
IC-F03
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Contents
Chapter 1 Safety Notes ............................................................................ 1-1
1. Installing the Machine ......................................................................1-2
Installation Site .........................................................................1-2
Power Source ............................................................................1-2
Space Requirements .................................................................1-2
2. Precautions for Use ...........................................................................1-3
Operating Environment ............................................................1-3
Using the Machine Properly .....................................................1-3
Moving the Machine .................................................................1-3
Care of Machine Supplies ........................................................1-3
Legal Restrictions on Copying ..................................................1-4
Chapter 2 Getting to Know Your Machine .............................................. 2-1
1. System Overview ..............................................................................2-2
2. Machine Parts and Accessories ........................................................2-3
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators ...................................................2-6
4. Turning the Machine ON/OFF and Enabling the Initial Mode ........2-9
Turning ON and OFF ...............................................................2-9
When the Machine is Turned ON .............................................2-9
Initial Mode ..............................................................................2-9
5. Auxiliary Functions ........................................................................2-10
Chapter 3 Making Copies ......................................................................... 3-1
1. Basic Copying Overview ..................................................................3-2
2. Placing Originals ..............................................................................3-4
The Original Glass ....................................................................3-4
Using the Automatic Document Feeder ...................................3-6
3. Manual Bypass Copying .................................................................3-10
4. Copy Paper Size .............................................................................3-12
5. Zoom Ratio .....................................................................................3-14
6. Image Density .................................................................................3-16
7. Original Copy Type ....................................................................3-18
Original Copy Types ..........................................................3-18
8. Finishing Mode ...............................................................................3-20
Finishing Modes .....................................................................3-20
9. File Margin Mode ...........................................................................3-22
10. Erase Mode ...................................................................................3-23
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Contents
Chapter 4 Using the User Mode .............................................................. 4-1
1. Meter Count.......................................................................................4-2
2. Toner Replenisher/Drum Dehumidifier ............................................4-3
Toner Replenisher .....................................................................4-3
Drum Dehumidifier ...................................................................4-3
3. User’s Choice ....................................................................................4-4
Making the User’s Choice Mode Settings...............................4-10
Chapter 5 When an Indicator Lights Up ................................................. 5-1
1. When the Add Paper Indicator Lights Up ........................................5-2
Adding Paper ............................................................................5-2
2. When the Add Toner Indicator Lights Up ........................................5-5
Replacing the Toner Bottle .......................................................5-5
3. When the Open Door Message is Displayed ....................................5-6
4. When the Misfeed Indicator Lights Up ............................................5-8
Misfeed Clearing Procedures ...................................................5-9
5. When the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator Lights Up .............................5-14
Resetting the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator .................................5-14
6. Quick Reference for Other Messages .............................................5-15
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ...................................................................... 6-1
1. When this Type of Copy is Produced ...............................................6-2
2. When the Machine is not Functioning Properly ...............................6-4
Chapter 7 Miscellaneous ......................................................................... 7-1
1. Specifications ...................................................................................7-2
2. Care of the Machine .........................................................................7-4
Cleaning.....................................................................................7-4
3. Function Combination Matrix ..........................................................7-6
4. Copy Paper Sizes and Zoom Ratio Table .........................................7-7
Appendix Index..........................................................................................A-1
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Terms and Symbols for Original Types and Copy Paper
A few special terms and symbols are used in this manual to designate types of originals and copy paper.
This page explains about these terms and symbols.
Feeding Direction (copy paper path)
In this machine, copy paper is taken up from the right-hand side and fed through the machine toward the
left-hand side, face up onto the Copy Tray. In the figure below, the direction in which the copy paper is
fed, as indicated by the arrow, is called the “feeding direction.”
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“Width” and “Length”
Terms and Symbols Used
When we talk about the size of the original or
copy, we call side A “width” and side B “length.”
<Lengthwise
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When the original or copy has a “length” longer
than its “width,” we call it “lengthwise” and use
symbol “L” or “
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A: width
B: length
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<Crosswise
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When the original or copy has a “length” shorter
than its “width,” we call it “crosswise” and use
symbol “C” or “
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Safety Information
Laser Safety
This is a digital machine which operates by means of a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the
laser, provided the machine is operated according to the instructions in this manual.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser beam
cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
This machine is certified as a Class 1 laser product. This means the machine does not produce hazardous
laser radiation.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Average Radiant Power: 15.6 µW at the laser aperture of the print head unit.
Wavelength: 770-795 nm
This product employs a Class IIIb Laser Diode that emits an invisible laser beam.
The Laser Diode and Scanning Polygon Mirror are incorporated in the print head unit.
The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM.
Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
Print Head
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For the United States
CDRH regulation
This machine is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the Radiation Performance Standard according
to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1990. Compliance is mandatory for Laser products marketed in
the United States and is reported to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This
means that the device does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
The label shown on page vi indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to
laser products marketed in the United States.
CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5 mW and the wavelength is 770795 nm.
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Safety Information
Laser Safety Label
A laser safety label is attached to the outside of the machine as shown below.
Laser safety label
For United States
MINOLTA CO., LTD
2, Higashiakatsuchi, Yawata-cho, Toyokawa-shi
Aichi-ken 442-8585, Japan
MANUFACTURED:
THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21 CFR
CHAPTER I, SUBCHAPTER J.
0946-7101-14
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Manufacturer’s
Name Plate
The Manufacturer’s Name Plate is affixed at the position illustrated above.
Please write down the Model Name and Serial No. of your machine here.
Model:
Serial No.:
Safety Notes
Chapter 1
1-1
Chapter 1
Safety Notes
1-2
1. Installing the Machine
To ensure utmost safety and prevent possible malfunctions of the machine, install it in a location which
meets the following requirements.
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A place away from a curtain or the like that may catch fire and burn easily.
An area where there is no possibility of being splashed with water or other types of liquid.
An area free from direct sunlight.
A place out of the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater, or ventilator.
A well-ventilated place.
A dry place.
A dust-free location.
An area not subject to vibration.
A stable and level location.
A place where ammonia or other organic gas is not generated.
A place which does not put the operator in the direct stream of exhaust from the machine.
A place away from any kind of heating device.
Power Source
The power source voltage requirements are as follows.
◆ Use a power source with little voltage fluctuation.
Voltage Fluctuation:
Within ±10%
Frequency Fluctuation:
Within ±0.3%
Space Requirements
To ensure easy machine operation, supply replacements, and service maintenance, adhere to the
recommended space requirements detailed below.
NOTE
Be sure to allow a clearance of 6" or more at the back of the machine for the ventilation duct.
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Chapter 1
Installation Site
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Scale: inch
1-3
2. Precautions for Use
Operating Environment
Temperature: 10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F) with a fluctuation of 10°C (18°F) per hour.
Humidity:
15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour.
Chapter 1
The operating environmental requirements of the machine are as follows.
To ensure the optimum performance of the machine, follow the precautions listed below.
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NEVER place a heavy object on the machine or subject the machine to shocks.
NEVER open any doors, or turn OFF the machine while the machine is making copies.
NEVER bring any magnetized object or use flammable sprays near the machine.
NEVER remodel the machine, as a fire or electrical shock could result.
ALWAYS insert the power plug all the way into the outlet.
ALWAYS make sure that the outlet is visible, clear of the machine or machine cabinet.
ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous copies.
NOTE
= Locate the Machine in a Well Ventilated Room =
A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this machine. An unpleasant odor
may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive machine operations. For a
comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well
ventilated.
REMARQUE
= Placer l’appareil dans une pièce largement ventilée =
Une quantité d'ozone négligable est dégagée pendant le fonctionnement de l’appareil quand celui-ci est
utilisé normalement. Cependant, une odeur désagréable peut être ressentie dans les pièces dont
l'aération est insuffisante et lorsque une utilisation prolongée de l’appareil est effectuée. Pour avoir la
certitude de travailler dans un environnement réunissant des conditions de confort, santé et de sécurité,
il est préférable de bien aérer la pièce ou se trouve l’appareil.
Moving the Machine
If you need to transport the machine over a long distance, consult your Technical Representative.
Care of Machine Supplies
Use the following precautions when handling the machine supplies (toner, paper, etc.).
◆ Store the paper, toner, and other supplies in a place free from direct sunlight and away from any
heating apparatus. Keep them in a dry, cool, clean environment.
◆ Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded into the drawer, in a sealed
plastic bag in a cool, dark place.
◆ Keep supplies out of the reach of children.
◆ If your hands become soiled with toner, wash them with soap and water immediately.
Safety Notes
Using the Machine Properly
1-4
2. Precautions for Use
Safety Notes
Chapter 1
Legal Restrictions on Copying
Certain types of documents must never be copied by the machine for the purpose or with the intent to pass
copies of such documents off as the original. The following is not a complete list but is meant to be used
as a guide to responsible copying.
Financial Instruments
• Personal checks
• Travelers checks
• Money orders
• Certificates of deposit
• Bonds or other certificates of indebtedness
• Stock certificates
Legal Documents
• Food stamps
• Postage stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
• Checks or drafts drawn by government agencies
• Internal revenue stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
• Passports
• Immigration papers
• Motor vehicle licenses and titles
• House and property titles and deeds
General
• Identification cards, badges, or insignias
• Copyrighted works without permission of the copyright owner
In addition, it is prohibited under any circumstances to copy domestic or foreign currencies or works of
art without permission of the copyright owner.
When in doubt about the nature of a document, consult with legal counsel.
Chapter 2
Getting to Know Your Machine
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
2-1
2-2
1. System Overview
Automatic Document Feeder AF-5 <Option>
Permits automatic feeding of multiple originals.
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
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Di181
Equipped with two Paper Drawers and a
Multi Bypass Tray to hold up to 550 sheets
of copy paper. The Multi Bypass Tray
allows you to make a copy on paper that is
not loaded in any of the Drawers and is fed
into the machine manually.
8MB Memory <Option>
Expands the memory capacity of the
machine.
Printer Controller Pi1800 <Option>
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When installed in the copier, the copier
can perform as a printer.
Fax Unit for Di181 <Option>
When installed in the copier, the copier
can perform as a fax.
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet PF-207 <Option>
Equipped with two paper drawers to hold up
to 1,100 sheets of copy paper (20 lbs.).
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Large Capacity Cabinet PF-114 <Option>
Holds up to 2,700 sheets of copy paper
(20 lbs.).
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2. Machine Parts and Accessories
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Copy Tray Extender:
Slide this out when making copies on large-size paper.
Copy Tray:
Holds copies fed out of the machine.
Front Door:
Open for the following purposes:
• Replacing the Toner Bottle ☞ p. 5-5
• Clearing a paper misfeed ☞ p. 5-9
• Cleaning the Corona Units ☞ p. 7-5
1st Drawer:
Holds up to 250 sheets of paper. ☞ p. 5-2
The Edge Guide and Trailing Edge Stop are movable, allowing you
to load paper of different sizes.
2nd Drawer:
Holds up to 250 sheets of copy paper. ☞ p. 5-3
Control Panel:
Use to start a copy cycle or make various copy-job settings. ☞ p. 2-6
Original Cover:
(Option)
Holds the original placed on the Original Glass in position.
Power Switch:
Use to turn ON and OFF the machine. ☞ p. 2-9
Multi Bypass Tray:
Holds up to 50 sheets of standard paper. ☞ p. 3-10
Multi Bypass Tray
Extender:
Slide this out when using large-size copy paper. ☞ p. 3-10
Right Door:
Open to clear a paper misfeed. ☞ p. 5-10
Total Counter:
Shows the total number of copies made so far.
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
Outside the Machine
2-4
2. Machine Parts and Accessories
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
Inside the Machine
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Lock Release Lever:
Turn clockwise to swing up the Upper Half of the machine to clear a
paper misfeed.
Toner Bottle Holder:
Swing open to replace the Toner Bottle. ☞ p. 5-5
Original Pad:
Holds the original in position on the Original Glass.
Original Glass:
Place the original face down on this Glass.
Corona Unit Cleaning Lever Operate the Lever to clean the corresponding Corona Unit if
unwanted lines are produced on the copy. ☞ p. 7-5
(Upper/Lower):
Dehumidifier Switch:
Turn ON to prevent condensation from forming on the PC Drum
when power is turned OFF. (For use by a Technical Representative
only.)
Fusing Unit Lock Handle:
Hold onto this handle when lifting the Upper Half of the Fusing
Unit. ☞ p. 5-9
2-5
2. Machine Parts and Accessories
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Automatic Document Feeder AF-5
Document Exit Tray:
Receives originals that are automatically ejected from the Automatic Document Feeder.
Document Feed Tray
Extender:
Pull out when loading large-size originals.
Document Feed Tray:
Load the originals face up on this tray.
Document Guide Plate:
Slide this plate to match the size of the original.
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet PF-207
3rd Drawer:
Holds up to 550 sheets of paper. ☞ p. 5-3
4th Drawer:
Holds up to 550 sheets of paper. ☞ p. 5-3
Large Capacity Cabinet PF-114
3rd Drawer:
Holds up to 2,700 sheets of paper. ☞ p. 5-4
Paper Descent Key:
Press before sliding the Drawer out. ☞ pp. 5-4, 5-12
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
Options
2-6
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators
Control Panel
Printer
A=Auto
P=Photo
Chapter 2
Printer Menu
F1: 2in1
Function No.
F2 :Mixed
Orig. Det.
Comm.
Comm.Error
F3 :Margin
F4 :Frame
Erase
Letter
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17
1.294
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Legal
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1.214
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Legal
Letter
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Letter
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FAX Memory
F5 :Non Sort
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Full Size
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Zoom
Paper
Getting to Know Your Machine
Meter Count
Lighter
Drum Dehumidify
Toner
Job Input
Job Recall
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
× 0.5~2.0
Display Panel
☞ p. 2-8
Keypad
Use to enter the number of copies to be made
and other numeric data.
Energy Saver Key
Press to set the machine into the Energy
Saver Mode. ☞ p. 2-10
Clear Key
Press to reset the multi-copy entry to 1 and
reset values that have been entered through
the Keypad to their original settings.
Panel Reset Key
Press to set the machine into the initial
mode, clearing all settings made previously
on the Control Panel. Pressing this key will
also clear any scanned image data.
☞ p. 2-10
* It does not, however, clear the contents of
the copying job program memory.
Stop Key
Press to stop a multi-copy cycle.
Start Key
Press to start a copy cycle.
Auto Paper / Auto Size Key
Press this key to select the Auto Paper, Auto
Zoom and Manual Selection Modes.
Paper Select Key
Press to select the drawer that contains the
desired paper size. ☞ p. 3-12
Full Size Key
Press to select full size (100%). ☞ p. 3-15
Zoom Key
Press this key to select various modes for
determining the zoom ratio of the machine.
The modes available include Fixed Zoom,
Zoom from Memory and the Keypad Input
Zoom Mode. (The zoom ratio can be input in
increments of 0.001, between the range of
×0.500 and ×2.000 using the Keypad Input
Zoom Mode.) ☞ p. 3-15
Exposure Control Keys
: Press as necessary to vary the
exposure level in the Manual Exposure
Mode.
: Press to select either the Auto
A
Exposure Mode, Manual Exposure Mode, or
Photo Mode. ☞ pp. 3-16, 3-17
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3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators
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A=Auto
P=Photo
F1: 2in1
F3 :Margin
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Function No.
F2 :Mixed
Orig. Det.
F4 :Frame
Erase
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PQRS
Letter
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Legal
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17
1.214
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Legal
Letter
0.785
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Letter
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Full Size
F5 :Non Sort
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Energy Saver
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Auto Paper/Auto Size
Start
Stop
Job Input
Job Recall
Darker
Auto/Photo
Zoom
Paper
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F1: 2in1 Key
Press this key to generate a one-sided copy
of two documents reduced to fit onto one
sheet of paper. ☞ p. 3-18
* This feature is only supported when the
Automatic Document Feeder is attached.
Job Input Key
Press to store a copy job program in the program memory. ☞ p. 2-11
F2: Mixed Original Detection Key
Press when making copies using the Automatic Document Feeder in which originals
of assorted sizes are loaded together.
☞ p. 3-7
Drum Dehumidify Key
Press to remove condensation formed on the
surface of the PC Drum. ☞ p. 4-3
F3: Margin Key
Press this key to create copies of documents
with an added 4/16"-12/16" margin for easy
filing. ☞ p. 3-22
F4: Frame Erase Key
Press this key to erase anything that might
appear around the frame of a document.
☞ p. 3-23
F5: Nonsort Key
Press this key to select the Sort and Nonsort
Modes. ☞ p. 3-20
Job Recall Key
Press to call up a copy job program previously stored in the program memory.
☞ p. 2-11
Toner Key
Press when the image on the copy becomes
too light. ☞ p. 4-3
Meter Count Key
Press this key to display the current Total
Count and Size Count values of the machine.
☞ p. 4-2
Printer Menu Key
Press this key to enter the printer mode.
* This feature is only supported when the
Controller Unit is installed.
For more details, refer to the Operator’s
Manual for the Printer Controller Pi1800.
Fax Function Keys
Press these keys to enter fax settings.
* This feature is only supported when the
Fax Unit is installed.
For more details, refer to the Operator’s
Manual for the Fax Unit for the Di181.
Getting to Know Your Machine
Panel Reset
Lighter
2-8
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators
Display Panel
ABC
1
2
GHI
Chapter 2
A=Auto
P=Photo
4
Function No.
JKL
5
PQRS
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
7
DEF
3
MNO
Energy Saver
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
5
6
0
C
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Start
Stop
Getting to Know Your Machine
Panel Reset
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
Zoom
Paper
A
× 0.5~2.0
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Add Paper Indicator
Indicates when a drawer is empty or
when it is not loaded into the machine.
Also indicates when the Front Door or
Right Door is open. ☞ p. 5-2
Message Display
Serves as the basic source of information
showing such information as warning messages and the current copy mode.
Add Toner Indicator
Indicates that the Toner Bottle is running out of toner. Replace the Toner
Bottle as soon as possible. ☞ p. 5-5
The contents of the Message Display
Call-Tech.-Rep. / Misfeed Indicator
Indicates that a malfunction (in the
machine) or a paper misfeed (in the
machine or one of its optional units)
has occurred. ☞ pp. 5-8, 5-14
No. of Copies
Message
R e a d y t o c o p y.
A=Auto
P=Photo
A
3
X1.000
1
2
LT R
Function No.
Exposure
Function No. Zoom Drawer
No.
Paper Size
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4. Turning the Machine ON/OFF and Enabling the Initial Mode
Turning ON and OFF
• Turning the Machine ON
Press the Power Switch to the
• Turning the Machine OFF
(OFF) position.
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When the Machine is Turned ON
When the power to the machine is turned on, a welcome message will appear in the Message Display and the
light in the Start Key will turn orange. After a few seconds “Warming up.” will appear in the Message Display
and the machine will enter the warm-up mode.
In about 30 seconds the warm-up mode will finish, “Ready to copy.” will appear in the Message Display
and the light in the Start Key will turn green indicating that the machine is ready.
Welcome.
After a few seconds
Warming up.
×1.000
A
1
Ready to copy.
AUTO
1
×1.000
A
AUTO
After about 30 seconds
Start Key : Orange Light
Start Key : Green Light
Initial Mode
When the Power Switch is turned ON, the initial settings are indicated in the Message Display.
* The initial settings serve as the reference for all Control Panel settings to be later made.
No. of copies selected : 1
Zoom Ratio
: × 1.000
Orig.
Paper
Finishing
: Auto Paper
Exposure
Copy
: Auto Exposure
: From 1-sided original to 1-sided copy
: Nonsort
* The Finishing Mode will change to Sort if the machine is equipped with an Auto Document Feeder.
Useful Tip
The initial mode can be changed. For details, see User’s Choice. ☞ p. 4-4
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
Press the Power Switch to the
(ON) position.
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Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
5. Auxiliary Functions
Panel Resetting
Energy Saver Mode
The Panel Reset Key resets all Control Panel
settings to default settings including the number
of copies and zoom ratio.
Instead of turning the machine OFF, it is a good
idea to use the Energy Saver Mode.
• The Energy Saver Mode is automatically activated after a given period of inactivity. The initial setting is 15 minutes.
• Pressing the Energy Saver Key sets the
machine into the Energy Saver Mode.
• To cancel the Energy Saver Mode, press any
key on the Control Panel, for instance, the Start
Key.
* If an Automatic Document Feeder is used, the
original on the Original Glass will be ejected
out of the unit.
Useful Tip
The Panel Reset Key enables you to quickly
cancel all previous settings.
Auto Panel Reset Function
This function returns the machine to its default
settings if no key is pressed within approximately
60 seconds of a copy cycle or the entry of a copy
setting.
Useful Tip
The time for the machine to enter the Auto Panel
Reset Function can be changed to 30 seconds.
Also, the Auto Panel Reset Function can be
enabled or disabled by the User’s Choice.
☞ p. 4-7
Sleep Function
The machine is equipped with an energy saving
function that is enabled automatically when the
machine is not used for a preset period of time.
This function conserves more energy than the
Energy Saver Mode. However, recovery from the
Sleep Function takes longer than from the Energy
Saver Mode. Initially, the Sleep Function is set to
operate after 30 minutes of inactivity. The Sleep
Function is cancelled as soon as any key of the
Control Panel is pressed.
Sleep Mode.
Useful Tips
• The time for the machine to enter the Sleep
Mode can be selected from 1 to 240 minutes by
using the User’s Choice. ☞ p. 4-8
• The Sleep Function can also be disabled.
☞ p. 4-5
Useful Tip
The time for the machine to enter the Energy Saver
Mode can be selected from 1 to 240 minutes by
using User’s Choice. ☞ p. 4-7
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5. Auxiliary Functions
Job Memory
A copying job program that is frequently used can
be stored in memory and called up later as
necessary.
Job Memory Setting
You can select the following settings:
No. of copies/Drawer/Zoom ratio/Function
mode (F1-F5)/Exposure level
2
To register the settings, press the Job Input
Key.
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To call up the job program from memory,
press the Job Recall Key.
The settings that were registered will appear
in the Message Display.
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NOTE
If you have mistakenly stored a wrong job
program or if you want to replace an old job
program with a new one, perform steps 1 and 2
again.
Chapter 2
Enter the Control Panel settings for the job.
Getting to Know Your Machine
1
Getting to Know Your Machine
Chapter 2
2-12
Making Copies
Making Copies
Chapter 3
Chapter 3
3-1
3-2
1. Basic Copying Overview
• Place the original in position (step 1), set the number of copies to be made (step 9), and press the Start
Key (step 10). This will allow you to make a full-size copy or copies on paper of the same size as the
original.
* Automatically selected in the initial mode are Auto Paper, Full size, and Auto Exposure.
• The selections
will change the exposure level, zoom ratio, the type of copy and so on.
• (When placing the originals in the Automatic
Document Feeder.)
Load the originals face up in the Automatic
Document Feeder. ☞ p. 3-7
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Chapter 3
1. Placing the Original
• (When placing the original on the Original
Glass.)
Raise the Original Cover and place the original
face down on the Original Glass. ☞ p. 3-4
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To change the copy
paper size
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2. Press the Paper Key to select
the desired paper size.
☞ p. 3-12
Paper
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To change the zoom
ratio
3. Press the Zoom Key to select
the desired zoom ratio.
☞ p. 3-15
Zoom
× 0.5~2.0
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To change the exposure level
4. Press the
Keys to
adjust the exposure level.
☞ p. 3-16
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
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To generate 2-in-1
copies
5. Press the 2in1 Key to select
the 2-in-1 Mode. ☞ p. 3-18
F1: 2in1
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1. Basic Copying Overview
To generate Nonsort copies
6. Press the Nonsort Key to select
the Nonsort Mode. ☞ p. 3-20
F5 :Non Sort
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7. Press the Margin Key to select
the File Margin Mode.
☞ p. 3-22
F3 :Margin
To make a file margin on the copy
To generate copies with erased
frames
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F4 :Frame
Erase
8. Press the Frame Erase Key to
select the Erase Mode.
☞ p. 3-23
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9. Setting the number of copies.
ABC
1
• Set the desired number of copies to be made
using the Keypad.
2
GHI
4
5
PQRS
7
DEF
3
JKL
MNO
8
0
Energy Saver
6
TUV
WXYZ
9
C
* If you have entered an incorrect number, press
the Clear Key, then enter the correct number.
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10. Starting the copy cycle.
Start
Stop
• Press the Start Key.
* To stop the copy cycle, press the Stop Key.
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2. Placing Originals
The Original Glass
Different methods are used to place the original depending on the medium.
Sheet Originals
Highly Transparent Originals
(Plain paper or thick paper)
(Transparencies and translucent paper)
Raise the Original Cover.
Place the original face down on the Original
Glass.
1
Place the original face down on the Original
Glass.
2
Place a blank sheet of paper of the same size
over the original.
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1
2
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3
Align the rear left corner of the original with
the marker on the Original Width Scale.
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4
Gently lower the Original Cover.
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3
Gently lower the Original Cover.
NOTES
• The sizes of originals that can be detected in
the Auto Paper Select Mode are 11" × 17",
Legal L, Letter L, Letter C, and Invoice L.
When making copies from originals of sizes
other than those listed above, manually specify
the paper size.
• When using wrinkled or curled originals, the
size may not be accurately detected. Manually
specify the paper size.
Copy Paper Size ☞ p. 3-12
3-5
2. Placing Originals
Precautions for Placing Originals
• Be sure to raise the Original Cover
15° or more before placing the
original. If the Original Cover is raised
to an angle less than 15°, the
machine may fail to select the correct
copy paper size or zoom ratio.
• Do not place an original weighing
more than 6-1/2 lbs. on the Original
Glass.
• When placing an open book, do not
press the book hard on the Original
Glass, as trouble could result.
• When making copies from a thick
book, make a copy with the Original
Cover raised.
• When making copies from an open
book, do not look directly at the
Original Glass surface on which the
book is placed, as a strong beam of
light will be projected through it.
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2. Placing Originals
Using the Automatic Document Feeder
The Automatic Document Feeder automatically feeds sheet originals placed on the Document Feed Tray
one by one. After the copy cycle has been completed, it automatically ejects the original onto the
Document Exit Tray.
Some originals may not be suitable for reliable operation of the Document Feeder.
Making Copies
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Originals Suitable for the Automatic Document Feeder
Type of Originals:
Sheets (Plain paper)
• 1-Sided Original (weighing 13-1/4 to 29-1/4 lbs.)
• Mixed Original Detection Mode (weighing 16 to 24 lbs.)
• Lightweight Original (weighing 10-1/2 to 29-1/4 lbs.)
Original Size:
11" × 17", Legal L, Letter L, Letter C, 8-1/4" × 13"L, Invoice L
* Lightweight Original
For a Lightweight Original (weighing10-1/2 to 13-1/4 lbs.), it is recommended to place it directly onto
the Original Glass or to make copies using the SADF Mode (Single Automatic Document Feeding
Mode).
☞ pp. 3-8, 3-9
Unsuitable Originals
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Typing paper, paraffin paper, and other thin paper
Thick paper
Originals greater than 11" × 17"L or smaller than Invoice L
OHP transparencies, translucent paper
Wrinkled, dog-eared, curled, or torn originals
Clipped or stapled originals
Carbon-backed originals
Typing paper,
paraffin paper,
and other thin
paper
Continuous
forms
Thick paper
Stapled
originals
Wrinkled or
dog-eared
originals
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* For copying any of these original types, place the original manually on the Original Glass. ☞ p. 3-9
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2. Placing Originals
Loading the Originals
1
Using the Mixed Original Detection
Mode
Slide the Document Guide Plate to the size
of the originals.
* When using large size originals, flip up
the Document Feed Tray Extender.
Use the Mixed Original Detection Mode to make
copies automatically from originals of assorted
sizes loaded in the Automatic Document Feeder.
If Auto Size is selected, you can make copies of
the same size from originals of different sizes.
Mixed Original Mode
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2
Load a neat stack of originals face up on the
Document Feed Tray.
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Auto Size Mode
Copy Paper: Letter
1
Load the stack of originals so that the rear
edge of each original is pressed against the
rear Document Guide Plate. Then, slide the
front Document Guide Plate against the front
edges of the larger originals.
2
Press the Mixed Original Detection Key.
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NOTES
• The maximum number of originals that can be
loaded:
Letter or smaller : Up to 50
11" × 17" or Legal : Up to 30
• Make sure that the top level of the stack does
not exceed the marking.
• Make sure that the Document Guide Plate is in
contact with the edges of the stack. If it is not
pressed snugly against the stack, skewed
feeding could result.
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Orig. Det.
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Originals
3-8
2. Placing Originals
Using the Single Automatic Document Feeding Mode (SADF Mode)
NOTES
• Originals available for the SADF Mode:
Type :
Plain paper
Thickness : 9-1/4 to 41-3/4 lbs.
Size :
11" × 17" to Invoice L (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"L)
• The following features cannot be selected in the SADF Mode:
2-in-1 Mode
Sort Mode
Mixed Original Detection Mode
1
Open the Document Feed Tray and slide the
Guide Plate to the size of the original.
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This is the mode in which you insert your originals one by one into the Automatic Document Feeder to
make a copy or copies from them. When you insert the original, the machine automatically starts the copy
cycle.
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2
Make sure that the Start Key is lit green and
insert the original face down into the
Document Feed Tray.
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NOTES
• Be sure to insert one original at a time.
• Be sure to correct any fold or curl in the
original.
3
The original is automatically taken up and
the copy cycle is started.
4
Make sure that the Start Key lights up green
again and insert the next original.
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2. Placing Originals
Unsuitable Originals for the Automatic Document Feeder
Raise the Automatic Document Feeder.
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3
Align the rear left corner of the original with
the
marker on the Original Width Scale.
Then press the rear edge of the original up
against the Original Positioning Plate at the
rear side of the Glass.
Original Positioning Plate
Original Width Scale
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4
Gently lower the Automatic Document
Feeder.
Place the original face down on the Original
Glass.
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2
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3. Manual Bypass Copying
Use the Manual Bypass to hand-feed copy paper, or to copy onto OHP transparencies, translucent paper,
or any other special paper. When using the Multi Bypass Tray, you can load multiple sheets of copy
paper.
Copy Paper that Can be Used for Manual Bypass
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Types of Paper
• Plain paper (weighing 16 to 24 lbs.)
• Thick paper (weighing 24 to 41-3/4 lbs.)
• OHP transparencies, translucent paper
Paper Size
• Maximum Size: 11-3/4" × 17"
• Minimum Size: 4" × 5-1/2"
Capacity of the Multi Bypass Tray
• Plain paper ... Up to 50 sheets
• Plain paper (Documents)... Up to 20 sheets
• Thick paper, translucent paper ... Up to 20 sheets
• OHP transparencies ... Up to 5 sheets
Using the Multi Bypass Tray
1
Place the original on the Original Glass and
enter the Control Panel settings.
3
Load a neat stack of copy paper on the Tray
and insert until it stops.
NOTE
The Auto Paper, Auto Size and 2-in-1 Modes
cannot be selected for Manual Bypass Copying.
2
Swing down the Multi Bypass Tray.
Slide the Guide Plate to the size of the copy
paper.
* Slide the Multi Bypass Tray Extender out
when using large-size copy paper.
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NOTES
• The paper should be loaded no higher than the
(Max. Level Indicator).
• Before inserting, fan the paper stack well if you
are using OHP transparencies or translucent
paper.
• Correct any curling if you are using thick
paper.
• The original will be copied onto the side facing
up.
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3. Manual Bypass Copying
4
Confirm the setting by making sure that
5MULTI appears in the Message Display.
Ready to copy.
1
×1.000
A
5
MULTI
* If 5MULTI does not appear, insert the paper
stack on the Tray again.
Using the Keypad, set the number of copies
to be made.
ABC
2
GHI
4
JKL
5
PQRS
7
DEF
3
MNO
TUV
8
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
9
0
C
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Press the Start Key to start the copy cycle.
Start
Stop
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IMPORTANT
When making multiple copies onto OHP
transparencies, set the Copy Tray into the upper
position.
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4. Copy Paper Size
The selected copy paper size and the paper source containing that size will appear in the Message
Display.
ABC
Ready to copy.
A=Auto
P=Photo
1
×1.000
A
1
GHI
2LTR
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
MNO
5
PQRS
Letter
3
JKL
4
Function No.
DEF
2
TUV
7
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
8
9
5
6
0
C
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Start
Stop
Panel Reset
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
Zoom
Paper
A
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Example: The Message Display indicates that Legal L is the size of copy paper currently specified for the
2nd Drawer.
Auto Paper Mode
Manual Selection
The Auto Paper Mode automatically selects the
copy paper according to the size of the original
and the zoom ratio being used.
The copy paper size can be set manually.
Press the Auto Paper/Auto Size Key to select the
Auto Paper Mode.
AUTO will appear in the Message Display.
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Press the Paper Key to select the drawer that
contains the paper size of your choice.
The drawer number and the size of paper that you
selected by pressing the Paper Key will appear in
the Message Display.
* MULTI will appear in the Message Display
when the Multi Bypass Tray is selected.
☞ p. 3-11
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Ready to copy.
A
×1.000
1
AUTO
Useful Tip
This mode is recommended for making copies on
paper of the same size as your originals
automatically.
Ready to copy.
×1.000
A
1
2
LTR
Paper Source Indicator
Multi Bypass Tray
9
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1st Drawer
2nd Drawer
3rd Drawer (Option)
4th Drawer (Option)
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4. Copy Paper Size
Auto Drawer Switching
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Useful Tip
This feature is useful when you need to make a
large number of copies on the same size of paper.
For example, you can make up to 500 copies
without interruption if the 1st and 2nd drawers
are loaded with paper of the same size and in the
same direction.
If the Drawer currently selected for use runs out of
paper and there is another Drawer loaded with
paper of the same size and in the same direction,
the machine automatically selects that second
Drawer to continue copying.
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5. Zoom Ratio
Press the Auto Paper/Auto Size Key, Zoom Key or Full Size Key to select the mode for setting the zoom
ratio of the machine. The selected mode will appear in the Message Display after the key is pressed. The
modes available for setting the zoom ratio include Auto Zoom, Fixed Zoom, Zoom from Memory, Full
Size Zoom and Keypad Input Zoom. Select the optimal mode for your intended use of the machine.
ABC
Ready to copy.
A=Auto
P=Photo
1
×0.785
A
2
1
2
GHI
LTR
JKL
4
Function No.
5
PQRS
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
DEF
3
MNO
TUV
7
8
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
9
5
6
0
C
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Start
Stop
Panel Reset
Lighter
Darker
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Auto/Photo
Zoom
Paper
A
× 0.5~2.0
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the fixed zoom ratio (×0.785) is currently specified.
2
Auto Size Mode
Select the copy paper size. ☞ p. 3-12
Paper
The Auto Size Mode automatically selects the
zoom ratio according to the size of the original
and the selected copy paper size.
1
Press the Auto Paper/Auto Size Key to select
the Auto Size Mode.
×AUTO will appear in the Message Display.
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Ready to copy.
A
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Ready to copy.
×AUTO
A
1
2
LTR
×AUTO
1
3
LTR
Useful Tip
This mode is useful when you need to make
copies from originals of assorted sizes.
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5. Zoom Ratio
Fixed Zoom Ratios
Keypad Input Zoom Mode
The machine is preset with frequently used zoom
ratios.
The zoom ratio can be input in increments of
0.001 between the range of ×0.500 and ×2.000
using the Keypad Input Zoom Mode.
Press the Zoom Key to select the fixed zoom ratio
of your choice.
Zoom
1
Press the Zoom Key to display the Keypad
Input screen in the Message Display.
* This procedure can be canceled by
pressing the Zoom Key again.
1
×1.000
A
2
LTR
To change the zoom ratio setting, press the Zoom
Key.
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× 0.785
10 KEY INPUT THEN #
×0.5 – 2.0: ×1.000
ZOOM
Keypad Input Zoom
11×17 Letter
× 0.647
2
Zoom from Memory
× 0.500
Legal 11×17
× 1.214
× 2.000
Letter 11×17
× 1.294
Enter the zoom ratio using the Keypad. The
zoom ratio can be input in increments of
0.001 between the range of ×0.500 and
×2.000.
* If an error is made while entering the
zoom ratio, press the Clear Key and
reenter the value.
To confirm the zoom ratio entry and
return to the screen for the copy mode,
press the # Key.
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NOTES
• A zoom ratio setting that was registered in the
Zoom from Memory Mode can be recalled for
use with similar documents. ☞ p. 4-9
• The zoom ratio can be reset to × 1.000 by
pressing the Full Size Key.
1
2
GHI
4
JKL
5
PQRS
7
DEF
3
MNO
TUV
8
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
9
0
C
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Full Size
10 KEY INPUT THEN #
ZOOM
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Zoom
× 0.5~2.0
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6. Image Density
A
Pressing the Exposure Control Keys
can adjust the image density level of copies in the
Auto Exposure Mode, Manual Exposure Mode, or Photo Mode.
ABC
Ready to copy.
A
×1.000
A=Auto
P=Photo
1
AUTO
1
2
GHI
4
Function No.
JKL
5
PQRS
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
7
DEF
3
MNO
Energy Saver
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
5
6
0
C
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Start
Stop
Panel Reset
Lighter
Darker
Zoom
Auto/Photo
Paper
A
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the Auto Exposure Mode is currently enabled.
Auto Exposure Mode
Manual Exposure Mode
The machine reads the image density of the
original and automatically adjusts the exposure
level for the optimum copy image density.
In the Manual Exposure Mode, you can vary the
exposure level in five steps.
Press the Exposure Control Key
or
.
Press the A Key to select the Auto Exposure
Mode.
The letter “A” will appear in the Message Display.
Lighter
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
Darker
A
Auto/Photo
A
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Ready to copy.
A
×1.000
1
AUTO
Each time the Auto Exposure Mode Key A is
pressed, the Auto Exposure Mode, Manual
Exposure Mode and Photo Mode are selected
alternately.
Useful Tips
• The exposure level in the Auto Exposure Mode
can be varied by using the User’s Choice,
(either “High” or “Low”). ☞ p. 4-6
• The machine has been factory-set to
automatically select the Auto Exposure Mode.
The User’s Choice can be used to change this
default setting to the Manual Exposure Mode.
☞ p. 4-6
To make the image darker:
Press or hold down the Exposure Control
Key
.
To make the image lighter:
Press or hold down the Exposure Control
Key
.
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6. Image Density
Photo Mode
The machine can make a faithful reproduction of
halftone originals such as photos. The image
density of the photo may be varied in five steps.
1
The letter “P” will appear in the Message
Display when the A Key is pressed.
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
Ready to copy.
×1.000
P
2
1
AUTO
Press the Exposure Control Key
or
to set the desired Photo Mode level.
Lighter
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
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To make the image darker:
Press or hold down the Exposure
Control Key
.
To make the image lighter:
Press or hold down the Exposure
Control Key
.
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7. Original
Copy Type
Press the 2-in-1 Key to select the copy type. The available copy types include one-sided and 2-in-1. Select
the mode that is best suited to the copy application.
A=Auto
P=Photo
F1: 2in1
F3 :Margin
Ready to copy.
A 1
×0.647
Function No.
F2 :Mixed
Orig. Det.
F4 :Frame
Erase
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
1
2
3
4
17
F5 :Non Sort
Lighter
Job Input
Job Recall
1
AUTO
5
6
7
Full Size
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Zoom
Paper
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the 2-in-1 Mode is enabled.
Original
Copy Types
• Select this mode to make 1-sided copies from
1-sided originals.
1-sided 1-sided
Copies
Making Copies
Originals
* “1-sided 1-sided” is the default setting in
the initial mode.
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Useful Tip
When using the Automatic Document Feeder,
documents will automatically be output in the
correct position according to the direction of the
original and the copy paper.
× 1.000
Copies
rotate
Letter L
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Letter C
Copies
× 0.647
e
Originals
rotat
e
Originals
rotate
11" × 17" L
rotat
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× 0.5~2.0
Letter C
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* The installation of Optional Sensors will
allow documents to be automatically output in
the correct position according to the direction
of the original and the copy paper when
documents are placed on the Original Glass.
This feature is not supported when the Mixed
Original Detection Mode is enabled.
• Select this mode to make a 1-sided copy, through
reduction, from two 1-sided originals side-by-side.
(Only when the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
1-sided 1-sided “2-in-1”
Originals
Copies
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* This function uses half as many sheets of
copy paper as required otherwise.
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7. OriginalCopy
Type
7. Original
Copy Type
Selecting the 2-in-1 Mode
3
Check the number of pages to be copied. For
an even number of pages, press “0” on the
Keypad. For an odd number of pages, press
“1” on the Keypad.
* If an error is made, press the Clear Key
and reenter the value.
To confirm the 2-in-1 settings and return
to the screen for the copy mode, press the
# Key.
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ABC
1
2
GHI
NOTE
Make sure that the originals are placed in the
direction indicated in the illustration.
4
JKL
5
PQRS
7
DEF
3
TUV
8
Energy Saver
MNO
6
WXYZ
9
0
Holizontal
C
Vertical
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0: EVEN
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2
Load the originals face up in the Automatic
Document Feeder. ☞ p. 3-7
→ 1: ODD
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Press the 2in1 Key to display the 2in1 screen
in the Message Display.
* This procedure can be canceled by
pressing the 2in1 Key again.
F1: 2in1
NOTE
The machine will automatically output a blank
sheet after copying a 2-in-1 document that is
specified as having an odd number of pages.
Originals
12
34
5
2-in-1 Copies
12
34
5
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10 KEY INPUT THEN #
→ 0: EVEN
1: ODD
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8. Finishing Mode
To select the Finishing Mode, press the Nonsort Key on the Control Panel. There are two Finishing
Modes called “Sort” and “Nonsort”. Select the Finishing Mode that is best suited to the copy application.
A=Auto
P=Photo
F1: 2in1
F3 :Margin
Ready to copy.
A
5×1.000
Function No.
F2 :Mixed
Orig. Det.
F4 :Frame
Erase
Letter
11
17
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9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
1
2
3
4
17
F5 :Non Sort
Lighter
Job Input
Job Recall
1
AUTO
5
6
7
Full Size
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Zoom
Paper
Darker
Auto/Photo
A
× 0.5~2.0
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the Nonsort Mode is enabled.
Finishing Modes
Copies are output unsorted.
Making Copies
Nonsort
Originals
1
2
3
Copies
1
2
3
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Copies
Originals
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
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This mode is effective when making multiple copies
from multiple originals. Copies are sorted into
complete sets.
(Automatic Document Feeder required.)
Sort
Copies
Originals
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
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8. Finishing Mode
Selecting the Sort / Nonsort Modes
<When the Automatic Document Feeder is attached.>
Press the Nonsort Key to select the mode of your
choice.
• Pressing the Nonsort Key switches between the
Sort and Nonsort Modes.
• “5” is displayed as the function number in the
Message Display when the Nonsort Mode is
enabled.
Ready to copy.
A
5×1.000
1
AUTO
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9. File Margin Mode
The File Margin Mode allows you to place a margin ranging in width from 4/16 to 12/16 of an inch onto
copies, making them easier to file and organize. The initial setting for this mode is 10/16 of an inch.
Originals
Copies with File Margins
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Loading Originals
Making Copies
Chapter 3
Using the Original Glass
Using the Document Feeder
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Position the file margin side to the right.
Position the file margin side to the left.
Setting the File Margin Mode
1
2
Place the original in the correct direction.
Press the Margin Key to display the screen
for specifying the margin width setting.
* This procedure can be canceled by
pressing the Margin Key again.
F3 :Margin
3
Using the Keypad, enter the numerator of the
desired margin width. For example, enter
“4” for a margin width of 4/16". Enter “5”
for a margin width of 5/16", etc.
* If an error is made, press the Clear Key
and reenter the value.
To confirm the margin setting and return
to the screen for the copy mode, press the
# Key.
ABC
1
2
GHI
4
5
PQRS
7
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DEF
3
JKL
MNO
TUV
8
0
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
9
C
10 KEY INPUT THEN #
MARGIN 4/16-12/16: 10
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NOTE
A margin width that is too large can result in
part of the image missing in the copy. Try to keep
a logical margin width.
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10. Erase Mode
The machine erases a margin of set width along the four edges of the original to erase shadows or other
unwanted images. This feature is effective in erasing the communications record on a document received
by fax. This feature can be set to erase margins from within a range of 4/16 to 12/16 of an inch. The initial
setting for this mode is 10/16 of an inch.
Originals
Erased Copies
1
2
Place the original.
Press the Frame Erase Key to display the
screen for setting the erase width in the
Message Display.
* To cancel the Erase Mode, press the Erase
Key again.
3
Using the Keypad, enter the numerator of the
desired erase width. For example, enter “4”
for an erase width of 4/16". Enter “5” for an
erase width of 5/16", etc.
* If an error is made, press the Clear Key and
reenter the value.
To confirm the erase setting and return to the
screen for the copy mode, press the # Key.
ABC
1
2
GHI
4
F4 :Frame
Erase
5
PQRS
7
DEF
3
JKL
MNO
Energy Saver
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
C
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10 KEY INPUT THEN #
ERASE 4/16-12/16: 10
NOTE
This Erase Mode uses the original document as
a guide for removing markings from around the
frame of a document. The results will appear on
the copy that is output by the machine — not the
original. Take special care when using the Erase
Mode with documents that are being enlarged or
reduced.
Example: Erasing the margins around a copy of
an 11"×17" original that is being reduced by
×0.5:
Originals (11" × 17")
Copies (Invoice L)
×
0.5
1/4"
1/2"
1/2"
1/4"
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To erase around a 1/2" margin of the copy, enter
8/16" as the erase width.
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Selecting the Erase Mode
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Using the User Mode
Using the User Mode
Chapter 4
Chapter 4
4-1
4-2
1. Meter Count
The total output of the machine is monitored through two separate counters.
Total
Size
Shows the total number of copies made since the
installation of the machine.
Using the Meter Count Function
Press the Meter Count Key once.
* The Total Count and Size Count Meters appear
in the Message Display.
Using the User Mode
Chapter 4
Meter Count
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TOTAL
COUNT:
12345
SIZE
COUNT:
500
To return to the screen of the previous copy mode,
press the Meter Count Key again.
Shows the number of copies made on copy paper
of a preset size. (The size will be set by your
Technical Representative.)
4-3
2. Toner Replenisher/Drum Dehumidifier
Toner Replenisher
The machine tends to exhaust the supply of toner rapidly when making high volume copies from an
original with dark solid areas such as a photo. As a result, the image density of the copy will gradually
become lighter. The Toner Replenisher Function allows you to regain the normal image density quickly.
Press the Toner Key. This causes the machine to initiate toner replenishing, which lasts for a maximum of
90 seconds.
Drum Dehumidifier
During times of high humidity or when there are sudden rapid changes in humidity (especially when you
are using a heater in winter), condensation *1 could form on the surface of the PC Drum *2, resulting in
blotchy copies. In such instances, use the Drum Dehumidifier Function to dry the surface of the PC Drum.
*1
Condensation : A phenomenon in which small drops of water are formed on cold surfaces, such as the
surface of the PC Drum.
*2 PC Drum :
Functions in the machine as film in a camera.
Press the Drum Dehumidify Key. This sets the machine into the Drum Dehumidifier Mode which lasts for
approximately 90 seconds.
Drum Dehumidify
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Useful Tip
A copy cycle can be initiated even while the
machine is in the Drum Dehumidifier Mode.
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NOTES
• Do not turn the Power Switch OFF or open the
Front Door while the machine is replenishing
toner.
• Toner will not be replenished if image density
output is sufficient.
• The machine automatically stops replenishing
toner when finished.
• A copy cycle can be initiated even while the
machine is in the Toner Replenisher Mode.
Using the User Mode
Toner
4-4
3. User’s Choice
The machine has been set so that the most frequently used settings are automatically selected in the initial
mode. The User’s Choice allows you to select new defaults for the paper size, zoom ratio, and other
settings.
* For more details, consult your Technical Representative.
Functions Available from User’s Choice
Using the User Mode
Chapter 4
Choice Code
Function
Choice Code
Function
U-0
Mixed Original Detection
U-23
Auto Panel Reset for Plug-In
Counter
U-7
Sleep Disabled Mode
U-28
Sleep Mode Timing
U-10
Priority Paper Size/Source
U-30
Language
U-12
AP/AS/Manual Priority
U-40
Zoom from Memory Input
Mode
U-14
Default Exposure Mode
U-51
U-16
Default Auto Exposure Level
U-52
U-17
Default Exposure Level
U-53
U-20
Auto Panel Reset ON/OFF
U-54
U-21
Energy Saver ON Timing
Special Paper Mode
(1st Drawer)
Special Paper Mode
(2nd Drawer)
Special Paper Mode
(3rd Drawer)
Special Paper Mode
(4th Drawer)
Description of each User’s Choice Function
U-0 Mixed Original Detection
When the machine is equipped with the Automatic Document Feeder, select whether to enable the Mixed
Original Detection Function or not when power is turned ON or the Panel Reset Key is pressed.
Setting
Description
0
Mixed Original Detection Function ON
1
Mixed Original Detection Function OFF
Initial Setting
4-5
3. User’s Choice
U-7 Sleep Disabled Mode
Select whether to enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the Sleep Function.
The initial setting is “OFF”.
Setting
Description
0
“Sleep disabled” (OFF)
1
“Sleep disabled” (ON)
Initial Setting
U-10 Priority Paper Size/Source
Select the priority paper size or paper source that is used when the Auto Size or Manual Mode is enabled.
Description
Initial
Setting
Setting
Initial
Setting
Description
A3 (L)
13
8-1/2" × 11" (L)
1
B4 (L)
14
5-1/2" × 8-1/2" (L)
2
A4 (L)
15
8-1/2" × 11" (C)
3
B5 (L)
20
1st Drawer
4
A5 (L)
21
2nd Drawer
5
FLS (L)
6
A4 (C)
22
7
B5 (C)
3rd Drawer
* Only when the Cabinet is
mounted.
10
11" × 17" (L)
11
11" × 14" (L)
23
12
8-1/2" × 14" (L)
4th Drawer
* Only when the Cabinet is
mounted.
Chapter 4
0
U-12 AP/AS/Manual Priority
Select the priority copying mode that is enabled when the Power Switch is turned ON or Panel Reset Key
is pressed.
Setting
0
1
2
Description
Auto Paper (AP)
Auto Size (AS)
Manual
Initial Setting
Using the User Mode
Setting
4-6
3. User’s Choice
U-14 Default Exposure Mode
Enable either Auto or Manual as the default Exposure Mode when the Power Switch is turned ON or
Panel Reset Key is pressed.
Setting
0
1
Description
Initial Setting
Auto Exposure Mode
Manual Exposure Mode
U-16 Default Auto Exposure Level
Set the optimum exposure level for the Auto Exposure Mode.
Using the User Mode
Chapter 4
Setting
0
1
2
Description
Initial Setting
Low
Standard
High
U-17 Default Exposure Level
The exposure level of the machine can be set from levels 1 through 5 whenever Manual Exposure Mode is
enabled or when the Auto Exposure Mode is switched to Manual Exposure Mode.
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Manual Exposure Mode / EXP1
Manual Exposure Mode / EXP2
Manual Exposure Mode / EXP3
Manual Exposure Mode / EXP4
Manual Exposure Mode / EXP5
Initial Setting
EXP Level
1
Lighter
2
3
4
* The exposure level decreases as the number
becomes smaller, and increases as the number
becomes greater.
5
Darker
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3. User’s Choice
U-20 Auto Panel Reset ON/OFF
Sets the time required for the auto clear function to be enabled after a copy cycle or disable the auto clear
function entirely.
Setting
0
1
2
Description
Initial Setting
Disabled
Enabled : 30 seconds
Enabled : 1 minute
U-21 Energy Saver ON Timing
Select whether or not to set the machine into the Energy Saver Mode after the lapse of a given period of
time after a copy cycle has been completed or a key on the Control Panel has been operated. The time
period can be preset from 1 to 240 minutes.
Description
Initial Setting
Enabled : 1 minute
Enabled : 2 minutes
Enabled : 3 minutes
:
:
Using the User Mode
Setting
1
2
3
:
:
239
240
Enabled : 239 minutes
Enabled : 240 minutes
U-23 Auto Panel Reset for Plug-In Counter
Select whether to set the machine into the initial mode when the Plug-In Counter is pulled out.
Setting
0
1
Description
Machine is not initialized
Machine is initialized when the Plug-In Counter is pulled out
Chapter 4
* The initial setting is 15 minutes.
Initial Setting
4-8
3. User’s Choice
U-28 Sleep Mode Timing
The machine will automatically enter a Sleep Mode when it is not used for a preset period of time. The
time period can be preset from 1 to 240 minutes.
* In the initial setting, the Sleep Function is activated after 30 minutes.
Setting
0
1
2
3
:
:
239
240
Description
Initial Setting
Disabled *
Enabled : 1 minute
Enabled : 2 minutes
Enabled : 3 minutes
:
:
Enabled : 239 minutes
Enabled : 240 minutes
Using the User Mode
Chapter 4
* If you want to disable the Sleep Function, first select “1” in the Sleep Disabled Mode then select “0” in
this mode. ☞ p. 4-5
U-30 Language
The language used for messages that appear in the Message Display can be changed.
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Description
English
French
Spanish
German
Italian
Danish
Dutch
Swedish
Finnish
Norwegian
Portuguese
Czech
Hungarian
Polish
Rumanian
Initial Setting
4-9
3. User’s Choice
U-40 Zoom from Memory Input Mode
This mode allows you to save a previously used zoom setting so that it may be recalled for future use.
The initial setting for this mode is ×1.000.
The zoom ratio can be set in increments of 0.001, between the range of ×0.500 and ×2.000.
Setting
0.500
:
0.999
1.000
1.001
:
2.000
Description
Initial Setting
× 0.500
:
× 0.999
× 1.000
× 1.001
:
× 2.000
Setting
0
1
Description
No special paper setting
Special paper setting is made for the drawer
Initial Setting
Using the User Mode
Settings for special paper can be assigned to each drawer when the machine is equipped with a fax or
printer unit. This mode will prevent designated drawers from supplying special paper to the fax and
printer units.
U-51 : 1st Drawer
U-52 : 2nd Drawer
U-53 : 3rd Drawer (Setting is possible only when the Cabinet is mounted.)
U-54 : 4th Drawer (Setting is possible only when the Cabinet is mounted.)
Chapter 4
U-51 to 54 Special Paper Mode
4-10
3. User’s Choice
Making the User’s Choice Mode Settings
1
Press and hold the Panel Reset Key for about
5 seconds.
* The “USER’S CHOICE” screen will
appear in the Message Display.
4
Press the Clear Key.
* This clears the current setting (shown in
the Message Display) of that particular
choice code.
ABC
Panel Reset
1
2
4
JKL
5
Energy Saver
MNO
6
PQRS
7
DEF
3
GHI
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
C
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USER’S
10 KEY
Chapter 4
2
Using the Keypad, enter the desired Choice
Code number.
* The number that was selected will appear
in the Message Display.
Example: No. 10 (Priority Paper Size/
Source)
ABC
1
2
GHI
4
PQRS
Using the User Mode
5
Using the Keypad, enter the new setting.
* The Message Display shows the new
setting.
DEF
ABC
1
MNO
2
Energy Saver
GHI
6
TUV
8
ORIGINALS THICKNESS
10 KEY
INPUT: - -
3
JKL
5
7
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CHOICE SELECT
INPUT: - -
4
WXYZ
0
JKL
5
PQRS
9
7
C
DEF
3
MNO
TUV
8
Energy Saver
6
WXYZ
9
0
C
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USER’S
10 KEY
CHOICE SELECT
INPUT: 10
NOTE
If you have pressed an incorrect number, press
the Clear Key, then enter the correct number.
3
Press the Start Key.
* The selected USER’S CHOICE screen
and the current code will appear in the
Message Display.
Start
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ORIGINALS THICKNESS
10 KEY
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INPUT: 15
ORIGINALS THICKNESS
10 KEY
6
INPUT: 13
Press the Start Key.
* This enters the new setting.
Useful Tip
Repeat steps 2 to 6 to make new settings for
other User’s Choices.
7
Press the Panel Reset Key.
This allows the machine to leave the User’s
Choice Mode. The initial settings will
appear in the Message Display.
5-1
Chapter 5
When an Indicator Lights Up
Chapter 5
When an Indicator Lights Up
5-2
1.
When the Add Paper Indicator Lights Up
Load paper.
×1.000
A
A=Auto
P=Photo
1
2
LTR
Function No.
Letter
11
17
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9
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11
17
1.214
8
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Letter
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11
Letter
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1
2
3
4
17
Full Size
Lighter
5
6
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Darker
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When the Drawer currently selected for use has
run out of copy paper, the Add Paper Indicator
lights up. At this time, you cannot start a new
copy cycle.
Use the following instructions to replenish the
copy paper supply of the drawer indicated in the
Message Display.
• For a list of paper sizes that are compatible
with the machine ☞ p. 7-2.
• To change the size settings for drawers 2, 3 or
4, contact your Technical Representative.
Example: The Message Display indicates that the 2nd Drawer has run out of copy paper.
Adding Paper
1st Drawer
Slide out the 1st Drawer and press down on
the Paper Lifting Plate.
NOTE
The copy paper should be loaded no higher than
the
(Max. Level Indicator) on the Edge
Guide.
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1
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When an Indicator Lights Up
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2
Slide out the Edge Guides.
4
Slide the Edge Guides up against the copy
paper. Gently slide the Drawer back in.
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3
Load the copy paper stack into the Drawer
so that its front side faces down. Make sure
that the copy paper stack rests under the two
catches of the Drawer.
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NOTE
When loading Metric Size paper into the Drawer,
change the Marketing Area Switch located in the
rear left corner of the Drawer to “Metric”.
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5-3
1. 1. When
Whenthe
theAdd
AddPaper
PaperIndicator
IndicatorLights
LightsUp
Up
2nd Drawer
1
3rd/4th Drawer
Slide out the 2nd Drawer and press down on
the Paper Lifting Plate.
1
Slide the drawer out of the machine.
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2
Load the copy paper stack into the Drawer
so that its front side faces down. Make sure
that the copy paper stack rests under the two
catches of the Drawer.
2
Load the copy paper stack into the Drawer
so that its front side faces down.
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NOTE
The copy paper should be loaded no higher than
the
(Max. Level Indicator) on the Edge
Guide.
NOTE
The copy paper should be loaded no higher than
the
(Max. Level Indicator) on the Edge
Guide.
Max.
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3
3
Gently slide the Drawer back in.
Gently slide the Drawer back in.
When an Indicator Lights Up
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5-4
1. When
When
Add
Paper
Indicator
Lights
thethe
Add
Paper
Indicator
Lights
UpUp
3rd Drawer
1
Press the Paper Descent Key. This releases
the 3rd Drawer, allowing you to slide it out
of the machine.
3
Load another copy paper stack into the left
half of the Drawer, front side face down.
Press the trailing edge of the paper stack
tightly up against the left side of the Drawer.
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Indication of the Paper Descent Key
Steady This indicator means that the 3rd
PUSH
Light:
Drawer is not currently in use
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and does not contain copy paper.
Blinking This indicator means that
Light:
although the 3rd Drawer is
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currently selected for use, it has
run out of copy paper.
PUSH
When an Indicator Lights Up
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2
Load the copy paper stack into the right half
of the Drawer, front side face down. Press
the leading edge of the copy paper stack
tightly up against the right side of the
Drawer.
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NOTE
The copy paper should be loaded no higher than
the
(Max. Level Indicator).
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NOTE
The copy paper should be loaded no higher than
the
(Max. Level Indicator).
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4
Gently slide the Drawer back in.
5-5
2.
When the Add Toner Indicator Lights Up
A=Auto
P=Photo
Read to copy
×1.000
A
1
AUTO
Function No.
Letter
11
17
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9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
Lighter
5
6
The Add Toner Indicator lights up when toner in
the Toner Bottle is running out.
You can still make copies, but the image density
will become lighter and lighter. Replace the
Toner Bottle with a new one as soon as possible.
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Darker
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Replacing the Toner Bottle
2
Tap the new Toner Bottle on a hard surface,
such as a desk, several times. Then, turn the
Toner Bottle over and tap it several times
again in the same manner.
5
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3
Shake the new Toner Bottle well.
4
With the Seal on the Toner Bottle facing up,
slowly peel off the Seal as illustrated.
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Ensuring that the arrows (➯) on the Toner
Bottle are facing you, insert the Bottle into
the Holder.
NOTE
Insert the Bottle all the way into the machine
until the marking on the Bottle is aligned with
the marking on the Toner Bottle Holder.
6
Push the Toner Bottle Holder back into the
machine and close the Front Door.
NOTE
Use ONLY the specified toner for this machine.
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NOTE
Be careful, some toner powder may escape from
the bottle.
Auxiliary Toner Replenisher Mode
• When a new bottle of toner is installed
in the machine while the power is on,
the machine will become operational
automatically after the front door is
closed.
• Use the Auxiliary Toner Replenisher
Mode if the density of the image is too
light immediately after the Toner Bottle
has been replaced with a new one.
☞ p. 4-3
Chapter 5
Open the Front Door.
Swing open the Toner Bottle Holder and pull
out the old Toner Bottle.
When an Indicator Lights Up
1
5-6
3. When the Open Door Message is Displayed
A=Auto
P=Photo
When a door of the machine is detected to be
open or an optional unit is not attached properly,
the location of the problem will appear in the
Message Display.
Cover open.
No. 8
Function No.
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
1
2
3
4
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
17
Full Size
Lighter
5
Correct the problem by following the procedure
given below.
6
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Darker
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the front door of the machine is open.
Message Display
Check Location
Check that the Front Door is closed.
Cover open.
No. 8
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Check the Automatic Document Feeder.
Cover open.
When an Indicator Lights Up
No. 9
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Check that the Right Door is closed.
Cover open.
No. 6
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5-7
3. When the Open Door Message is Displayed
Message Display
Check Location
Check that the Lower Right Door is closed.
Cover open.
No. 7
When an Indicator Lights Up
Chapter 5
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4.
When the Misfeed Indicator Lights Up
A=Auto
P=Photo
When a paper misfeed occurs, the machine will
stop operating, the Misfeed Indicator on the
Control Panel will light and the location of the
misfeed will appear in the Message Display.
Paper JAM.
No. 6
Function No.
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
1
2
3
4
17
Full Size
Lighter
5
6
7
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Darker
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Example: The Message Display indicates that a paper misfeed has occurred in the Main Unit.
Check the Message Display for the location of the misfeed and clear the misfed sheet of paper according
to the procedure given for each location.
Machine ☞ p. 5-9
Paper JAM.
Paper JAM.
No. 6
No. 8
When an Indicator Lights Up
Chapter 5
Cabinet ☞ p. 5-12
Paper JAM.
No. 7
Automatic Document Feeder
☞ p. 5-13
Document JAM.
No. 9
5-9
4. 4. When
Whenthe
theMisfeed
MisfeedIndicator
IndicatorLights
LightsUp
Up
Misfeed Clearing Procedures
Machine (Fusing/Transport Section)
NOTE
Be careful not to touch the areas marked
High Voltage and
Caution: HOT
with bare hands
1
3
Remove the misfed sheet of paper from the
Transport Section.
Open the Front Door. Turn the Lock Release
Lever counterclockwise to unlock and swing
up the Upper Half of the machine.
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4
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
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(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
Slightly lift up the Upper Half of the
machine and unlock Stopper M2 .
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
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2
Holding up the Fusing Unit, pull out the
sheet of paper in the direction of the arrow.
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CAUTION : HOT
The Fusing Unit and its surrounding areas may
be extremely hot. DO NOT touch any part except
the Fusing Unit Handle (yellow).
When an Indicator Lights Up
Turn the Lock Release Lever counterclockwise
to unlock and swing up the Upper Half of the
machine. Then lock Stopper M2 .
Chapter 5
(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
5-10
4. When
When
the Misfeed
Indicator
Lights
the Misfeed
Indicator
Lights
Up Up
Machine (Paper Take-Up Section)
1
Open the Front Door. Turn the Lock Release
Lever counterclockwise to unlock and swing
up the Upper Half of the machine.
4
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
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(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
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(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
Slightly lift up the Upper Half of the
machine and unlock Stopper M2 .
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
When an Indicator Lights Up
Chapter 5
Turn the Lock Release Lever counterclockwise
to unlock and swing up the Upper Half of the
machine. Then lock Stopper M2 .
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2
Open the Right Door and pull out the sheet
of paper from the Multi Bypass Port.
5
Slide out the Drawer and unload the copy
paper from the Drawer. Next, push down the
Paper Lifting Plate.
6
Fan the copy paper and reload it.
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3
Pull out the sheet of paper from the Paper
Take-Up Section and close the Right Door.
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NOTE
Make sure that the paper stack rests under the
two catches of the Drawer.
5-11
4. 4. When
Whenthe
theMisfeed
MisfeedIndicator
IndicatorLights
LightsUp
Up
Machine (Multi Bypass Section)
1
Unload the stack of copy paper from the
Multi Bypass Tray.
4
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
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2
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Open the Front Door. Turn the Lock Release
Lever counterclockwise to unlock and swing
up the Upper Half of the machine.
(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
Slightly lift up the Upper Half of the
machine and unlock Stopper M2 .
Gently swing down and lock the Upper Half
of the machine. Then, close the Front Door.
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Chapter 5
(When the Automatic Document Feeder is
attached.)
Turn the Lock Release Lever counterclockwise
to unlock and swing up the Upper Half of the
machine. Then lock Stopper M2 .
5
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3
Remove the misfed sheet of paper from the
Transport Section.
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When an Indicator Lights Up
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Fan the copy paper stack and reload it onto
the Multi Bypass Tray.
5-12
4. When
When
the Misfeed
Indicator
Lights
the Misfeed
Indicator
Lights
Up Up
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet
1
Large Capacity Cabinet
Open the Lower Right Door and pull out the
sheet of paper.
1
Open the Lower Right Door and pull out the
sheet of paper.
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2
3
Close the Lower Right Door.
Slide the Drawer out of the machine.
2
3
Close the Lower Right Door.
4
Unload the copy paper from the Drawer. Fan
the copy paper and reload it.
Press the Paper Descent Key. This releases
the Drawer, allowing you to slide it out of
the machine.
When an Indicator Lights Up
Chapter 5
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4
Unload the copy paper from the Drawer.
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5
Fan the copy paper and reload it.
5
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6
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Slide the Drawer back in.
Slide the Drawer back in.
5-13
4. 4. When
Whenthe
theMisfeed
MisfeedIndicator
IndicatorLights
LightsUp
Up
Automatic Document Feeder
1
Remove the original stack from the
Document Feed Tray.
6
Remove the original from the Original Glass
and lower the Automatic Document Feeder.
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2
Swing open Document Feed Unit Door
F1 and gently pull out the original.
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Return the number of originals indicated in
the Message Display to the bottom of the
original stack and reload the stack onto the
Document Feed Tray.
Example : Return two originals.
Re-insert 2 Org(s)
A
×1.000
1
2
LTR
Close F1 .
Carefully pull out the original from the
Document Exit Unit.
Chapter 5
3
4
7
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5
Raise the Automatic Document Feeder.
Opening the Document Feed Unit Guide
Plate, gently pull out the original from the
Unit.
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5.
When the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator Lights Up
A=Auto
P=Photo
C0010: Service call
123-456-789
Function No.
Letter
11
17
1.294
9
Legal
11
17
1.214
8
Legal
Letter
0.785
11
Letter
0.647
1
2
3
4
17
Full Size
Lighter
5
6
7
When a malfunction occurs in the machine, the
Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator will light, and a
malfunction code and telephone number will
appear in the Message Display. These are signs
that the machine is currently inoperable. The
situation may be corrected by resetting the
machine using the following instructions.
Auto Paper/Auto Size
Darker
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Example: The Message Display indicates that the malfunction code displayed here is C0010.
Resetting the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator
Open the Front Door, then close it. This will reset
the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator.
NOTES
• When calling your Technical Representative,
give him or her the malfunction code shown on
the Message Display.
<Example> Malfunction Code: C0010
C0010: Service call
123-456-789
When an Indicator Lights Up
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NOTE
Carry out this procedure with the Power Switch
turned ON.
◆ If the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator lights up again,
call your Technical Representative
immediately.
• After calling your Technical Representative,
turn OFF the Power Switch and unplug the
power cord.
5-15
6. Quick Reference for Other Messages
Message Display
Warming up.
A
×1.000
Machine State
Action
The machine is warming up.
Copy cycles cannot be performed
when the orange light in the Start
Key is lit.
Wait until the Start Key turns green.
Toner has run out and the machine
is unable to make copies.
Replace the Toner Bottle with a
new one. ☞ p. 5-5
A regularly-scheduled preventive
maintenance call has become
necessary.
Call your Technical Representative
immediately.
This message appears if a
document is set into the Automatic
Document Feeder when the
machine already detects a
document on the Original Glass.
Remove either the document from
the Original Glass or the document
in the Automatic Document Feeder.
This message appears if a
document is set into the Document
Feed Tray when the machine
already detects a document on the
Original Glass.
Remove either the document from
the Original Glass or the document
in the Document Feed Tray.
Open the Original Cover at least
15° and close it again. ☞ p. 3-5
1
The size of the original could not
be detected by the Auto Paper
Mode.
Open the Original Cover at least
15° and close it again. ☞ p. 3-5
1
The size of the original could not
be detected by the Auto Size
Mode.
1
AUTO
Please add toner.
M∗: Service call.
A
×1.000
1
2
LTR
SADF mode is
malfunctioning.
Select Paper Size.
A
×1.000
Select Zoom Ratio.
A
×AUTO
AUTO
2
LTR
When an Indicator Lights Up
Original left
on the Glass.
Chapter 5
∗Inspection code
5-16
6. Quick Reference for Other Messages
Message Display
Machine State
This message appears when an
inappropriate paper size for the 2in-1 Mode is specified.
Select an appropriate paper size.
This message appears when the 2in-1 Mode is selected prior to
placing a document into the
Automatic Document Feeder.
Place a document into the
Automatic Document Feeder.
This message appears when
operating in the Auto Paper Mode
if a drawer containing the required
paper size is not detected by the
machine.
Load the proper size of paper into
the machine.
This message appears when
operating in the Auto Size Mode if
the zoom setting is outside the
range of ×0.500 to ×2.000.
Select an appropriate paper size.
Divide the document into
manageable sections.
Memory overflow.
This message appears when there
is not enough memory available to
scan the document.
Insert the Key Counter.
Insert the
This message appears when the
Key Counter is not detected by the
machine.
This message appears after a
document is copied if another
document was loaded into the
Document Feed Tray before the
first job had finished.
Reset the document into the
Document Feed Tray.
Not exact paper.
A
×1.000
1
1
INVC
Org. Into the ADF.
A
×0.785
1
AUTO
APS Size error.
A
Chapter 5
1
×0.785
AMS Size error.
A
×AUTO
When an Indicator Lights Up
Action
AUTO
1
1
INVC
Plug-in Counter.
Set SADF Again.
A
×1.000
1
2
LTR
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Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
6-2
1. When this Type of Copy is Produced
Symptom
The image is too light.
Possible Cause
The exposure level for the Auto
Exposure Mode is set at “Low”.
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The manual exposure level is set
on the lighter side.
You have been making copies
from a photo or an original with a
large dark area.
The Toner has just been
replenished.
The Add Toner Indicator is lit up
on the Control Panel.
The paper is damp.
The exposure level for the Auto
Exposure Mode is set at “High”.
Troubleshooting
Chapter 6
The image is too dark.
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The manual exposure level is set
on the darker side.
The entire surface of the Original
Glass is dirty.
The original is not held tightly
against the Original Glass.
The paper is damp.
The copy is blurry.
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Action
Change the setting in the User’s
Choice (Default Auto Exposure
Level). ☞ p. 4-6
Cancel the Auto Exposure Mode
and select the Manual Exposure
Mode to adjust the exposure level
to obtain a darker image.
☞ p. 3-16
Press the Exposure Control Key
as necessary to obtain a darker
image. ☞ p. 3-16
The machine needs more toner.
Replenish toner by using the
Toner Replenisher Function.
☞ p. 4-3
The machine needs more toner.
Replenish toner by using the
Toner Replenisher Function.
☞ p. 4-3
Replace the Toner Bottle with a
new one. ☞ p. 5-5
Replace the paper. ☞ p. 5-2
Change the setting in the User’s
Choice (Default Auto Exposure
Level). ☞ p. 4-6
Cancel the Auto Exposure Mode
and select the Manual Exposure
Mode to adjust the exposure level
to obtain a lighter image.
☞ p. 3-16
Press the Exposure Control Key
as necessary to obtain a lighter
image. ☞ p. 3-16
Wipe the Original Glass clean
with a soft dry cloth. ☞ p. 7-4
Place the original so that it is held
tightly against the Original Glass.
Replace the paper.
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1. When this Type of Copy is Produced
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The edge of the copy is dirty.
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The image on the copy is not
aligned properly.
Possible Cause
The Original Glass is dirty.
Action
Wipe the Original Glass clean
with a soft dry cloth. ☞ p. 7-4
The Original Pad or Document
Wipe the Original Pad or
Document Transport Belt clean
Transport Belt is dirty.
with a soft cloth dampened with
mild detergent. ☞ pp. 7-4, 7-5
The original is very thin or highly Place a blank sheet of paper over
the original. ☞ p. 3-4
transparent.
Contents from the backside of an Set the machine into the Manual
original that uses thin paper may Exposure Mode and make the
exposure level lighter. ☞ p. 3-16
be reproduced when copied.
The Original Pad or Document
Wipe the Original Pad or
Document Transport Belt clean
Transport Belt is dirty.
with a soft cloth dampened with
mild detergent. ☞ pp. 7-4, 7-5
You have selected a paper size
Select the same copy paper size
as the original. ☞ p. 3-12
larger than the original.
Or, use the Auto Size Mode to
(Zoom Ratio is set at full size
enlarge the copy to the
100%.)
appropriate size. ☞ p. 3-14
The reduction ratio selected is not Select the zoom ratio according to
in accord with the copy paper size the copy paper size. ☞ p. 3-15
Or, use the Auto Size Mode to
(when doing manual reduction
reduce the copy to the appropriate
copying).
size. ☞ p. 3-14
The original is not placed in the Place the original correctly on the
Original Glass. ☞ p. 3-4
correct position.
Or, load it into the Document
Feeder correctly along the
Document Guide Plates. ☞ p. 3-7
The originals may not be suitable Raise the Document Feeder and
for use in the Document Feeder. place the originals on the Original
Glass one at a time ☞ p. 3-4
Chapter 6
Symptom
The copy has dark specks or
spots.
The Corona Units are dirty.
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Using the Corona Unit Cleaning
Levers, clean the Corona Units.
☞ p. 7-5
Troubleshooting
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The copy has lines.
6-4
2. When the Machine is not Functioning Properly
Symptom
Check for:
Action
The Control Panel shows nothing. Is only the Start Key lit up green? The machine is in the Energy
Saver Mode. Press any key on the
Control Panel to cancel the
Energy Saver Mode. ☞ p. 2-10
No copies are fed out when the
Does the message “Now warming The machine was just turned ON
Start Key is pressed.
up.” appear in the Message
and is warming up. Please wait.
Display?
The Warning Indicator is lit up. Check the Control Panel and take
action according to the particular
indicator. ☞ p. 5-1
The machine is not activated
The power cord is left unplugged Plug the power cord into the
when the Power Switch is turned from the power outlet.
power outlet.
ON.
The room circuit breaker is open. Close the room circuit breaker.
Troubleshooting
Chapter 6
* If these procedures do not correct the problem, turn OFF the Power Switch, unplug the power cord
from the power outlet and contact your Technical Representative.
7-1
Chapter 7
Miscellaneous
Chapter 7
Miscellaneous
7-2
1. Specifications
Machine Di181
Type
Platen Type
Photoconductor
Copying System
Developing System
Fusing System
Resolution
Types of Originals
Kinds of Paper
Copy Paper Size
Paper Feeding System
Warm-up Time
Miscellaneous
Chapter 7
First Copy
Desk Top Copier
Stationary
OPC
Electrostatic Dry Powdered Image Transfer to Plain Paper
Micro-Toning System
Lamp-Heated Roller
600 dpi
Sheets, Books, and other three-dimensional objects
Maximum Original Size: 11" × 17" Lengthwise
Maximum Original Weight: 6-1/2 lbs.
Plain paper (16 to 24 lbs.)
Recycled paper
Special paper (Multi Bypass Tray only)
Thick paper (24-1/4 to 41-3/4 lbs.), OHP transparencies, Translucent paper
First Drawer
11" × 17"L, Legal L, 11" × 14"L, Letter L, Letter C, 5-1/2" × 8-1/2"L (A3L, A4C, A4L
and A5L paper sizes are supported when the Marketing Area Switch is set to Metric.)
2nd Drawer
11" × 17"L, Legal L, 11" × 14"L, Letter L, Letter C, 5-1/2" × 8-1/2"L
10" × 14"L, G.Legal L, G.Letter L, G.Letter C,
210 mm × 280 mm L, 280 mm × 210 mm C, 216 mm × 297 mm L,
216 mm × 320 mm L, 220 mm × 280 mm L, 220 mm × 330 mm L,
280 mm × 420 mm L, 210 mm × 330 mm L
Multi Bypass Tray
Crosswise: 4" to 11-3/4"
Lengthwise: 5-1/2" to 17"
First Drawer: 250 sheets
2nd Drawer: 250 sheets
Multi Bypass Tray: 50 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.)
20 sheets (recycled paper, thick paper, translucent paper)
5 sheets (OHP transparencies)
30 seconds or less at ambient temperature of 23°C/73°F
(30 seconds or less when the Energy Saver Mode is used)
Letter C = 9.0 seconds or less
(in Full Size Mode using First Drawer)
Copy Speed
(Approx. copies/minute)
Full size (×1.000)
11" × 17"L: 13 Letter L: 17 Letter C: 18
Magnification Ratios
Fixed ratios
Full size: 1:1 ±0.005
Reduction ratios: × 0.500, × 0.647, × 0.785
Enlargement ratios: × 1.214, × 1.294, × 2.000
Zoom ratios: From × 0.500 to × 2.000 in × 0.001 increments
Multiple Copies
Exposure Control
Lost Image
Up to 99 copies (count-down system)
Auto Exposure Mode, Manual Exposure Mode and Photo Mode
1-sided copy in the full size mode
Leading edge: 4 mm or less (approx. 1/6" or less)
Trailing edge: 4 mm or less (approx. 1/6" or less)
Side edges: 4 mm or less (approx. 1/6" or less)
AC 120V; 60Hz
1.3 kW (Max.)
Width: 25-1/2"
Depth: 27-3/4"
Height: 20-3/4"
152 lbs.
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Weight
7-3
1. Specifications
Automatic Document Feeder AF-5
Document Feeding
System
Standard Mode: 1-sided original, Single Feeding
Mixed Original Detection Mode: 1-sided Mixed Original Detection
Kinds of Original
Plain paper
Original Weight
1-sided Original Mode, 2-in-1 Mode: 13-1/4 to 29-1/4 lbs.
Mixed Original Detection Mode: 16 to 24 lbs.
Single Feeding Mode: 9-1/4 to 41-3/4 lbs.
Original Size
1-sided Original Mode: 11" × 17"L, Legal L, Letter L, Letter C,
Capacity of Document
Feed Tray
Letter or smaller: 50 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.)
Larger than Legal: 30 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.)
Power Source
DC24V supplied from machine
Power Consumption
48W or less
Dimensions
Width: 23"
Weight
26-1/2 lbs.
Foolscap (8-1/4" × 13"), Invoice (5-1/2" × 8-1/2")
Depth: 20-1/4"
Height: 5"
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet PF-207
Kinds of Paper
Plain paper, recycled paper: Weighing 16 to 24 lbs.
Copy Paper Size
3rd Drawer: 5-1/2" × 8-1/2"L to 11" × 17"L
4th Drawer: Letter L to 11" × 17"L
Paper Feeding System
Automatic feeding from drawer
Total Drawer Capacity: 1,100 sheets (550 sheets × 2)
Power Source
DC24V supplied from machine
Dimensions
Width: 24"
Weight
72 lbs.
Depth: 24"
Height: 15-1/4"
Plain paper, recycled paper: Weighing 16 to 24 lbs.
Copy Paper Size
3rd Drawer: Letter C
Paper Feeding System
Automatic feeding from drawer
Drawer Capacity: 2,700 sheets (20 lbs.)
Power Source
DC24V supplied from machine
Dimensions
Width: 24"
Weight
75-1/2 lbs.
Depth: 24"
Height: 15-1/4"
Miscellaneous
Kinds of Paper
Chapter 7
Large Capacity Cabinet PF-114
7-4
2. Care of the Machine
Cleaning
(Turn OFF the Power Switch of the machine when cleaning.)
Housing
Original Pad
Wipe the surface of the Housing clean with a soft
cloth dampened with mild home detergent.
Wipe the surface of the Original Pad clean with a
soft cloth dampened with mild home detergent.
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Original Glass
Control Panel
Wipe the surface of the Control Panel clean with a
soft, dry cloth.
Wipe the surface of the Original Glass clean with
a soft, dry cloth.
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Wipe the inside of the Front Door clean with a soft
cloth.
Miscellaneous
Chapter 7
NOTE
NEVER use a glass cleaner or any other
detergent to avoid damage to the Control Panel
Keys and Display Panel.
Front Door
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7-5
2. Care of the Machine
Corona Units
Document Transport Belt
1
Gently slide out the Upper Corona Unit
Cleaning Lever as far as it goes.
2
Gently slide the Cleaning Lever back into
the original position.
3
Gently slide out the Lower Corona Unit
Cleaning Lever as far as it goes.
1
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Wipe the surface of the Document Transport
Belt clean with a soft cloth dampened with
mild home detergent.
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2
Hold the Document Transport Belt by both
edges and pull it to the left to expose a fresh
surface.
3
Wipe the fresh surface clean with a soft cloth
dampened with mild home detergent.
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Miscellaneous
4
Gently slide the Cleaning Lever back into
the original position.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 two to three times.
Chapter 7
Repeat these steps until the entire surface of
the Belt is wiped clean.
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7-6
3. Function Combination Matrix
Paper Size
Orig.
Copy
Zoom Ratio
Finishing
Auto Paper
Paper
Size
Manual Paper Sel.
×
Auto Size
×
2
1
SADF
Multi Bypass
Job Program
Erase
Margin
Sort
Nonsort
Mixed Orig. Det.
1
2
×
×
×
×
Zoom
1
×
×
Zoom
Ratio
1
1
×
1
×
Zoom
Auto Size
Function Set First
(Mode A)
Manual Paper Sel.
Auto Paper
Function Set Last
(Mode B)
×
×
Orig.
×
×
Copy
Mixed Orig. Det.
×
Nonsort
Finishing
×
Sort
Margin
Erase
Job Program
Multi Bypass
×
×
×
SADF
Miscellaneous
Chapter 7
×
: Indicates a combinable setting. An alert message will not appear.
: Indicates that mode A will be canceled when mode B is enabled. An alert message will
not appear.
: Indicates that the setting cannot be combined (mode B is unavailable).
: Indicates that the setting is combinable but that mode A is not supported. An alert
message will not appear.
: Indicates that the setting is combinable but that mode B is not supported. An alert
message will not appear.
7-7
4. Copy Paper Sizes and Zoom Ratio Table
Foolscap
Foolscap
Foolscap
8-1/4" × 11-3/4"
LETTER
GOVERNMENT
LETTER
QUARTO
STATEMENT
Size (Metric)
297 mm × 420 mm
210 mm × 297 mm
148 mm × 210 mm
105 mm × 148 mm
257 mm × 364 mm
182 mm × 257 mm
128 mm × 182 mm
100 mm × 148 mm
Size (Inch)
11-3/4" × 16-1/2"
8-1/4" × 11-3/4"
5-3/4" × 8-1/4"
4-1/4" × 5-3/4"
10" × 14-1/4"
7-1/4" × 10"
5" × 7-1/4"
4" × 5-3/4"
Name
Size (Inch)
11" × 17"
11" × 14"
10-1/8" × 14"
10" × 14"
9-1/4" × 14"
8-1/2" × 14"
8-1/2" × 13"
Size (Metric)
279 mm × 432 mm
279 mm × 356 mm
257 mm × 356 mm
254 mm × 356 mm
236 mm × 356 mm
216 mm × 356 mm
216 mm × 330 mm
8" × 13"
8-2/3" × 13"
8-1/4" × 13"
8-1/4" × 11-3/4"
8-1/2" × 11"
8" × 10-1/2"
203 mm × 330 mm
220 mm × 330 mm
210 mm × 330 mm
210 mm × 301 mm
216 mm × 279 mm
203 mm × 267 mm
8" × 10"
5-1/2" × 8-1/2"
203 mm × 254 mm
140 mm × 216 mm
GOVERNMENT
LEGAL
FOLIO
INVOICE
Miscellaneous
LEDGER
11" × 14"
COMPUTER
10" × 14"
9-1/4" × 14"
LEGAL
Foolscap
Name
A3
A4
A5
A6
B4
B5
B6
Post Card
Chapter 7
Paper Size
7-8
4. Copy Paper Sizes and Zoom Ratio Table
Zoom Ratio Table (Original Size to Copy Paper Size)
Original Size
A3
297 × 420 mm
11-3/4" × 16-1/2"
A4
210 × 297 mm
8-1/4" × 11-3/4"
A5
148 × 210 mm
5-3/4" × 8-1/4"
A6
105 × 148 mm
4-1/4" × 5-3/4"
B4
257 × 364 mm
10" × 14-1/4"
B5
182 × 257 mm
7-1/4" × 10"
Miscellaneous
Chapter 7
B6
128 × 182 mm
5" × 7-1/4"
Metric Areas
Copy Paper
Size
A4
A5
B4
B5
A5
A6
B5
B6
A3
B4
A6
B6
A4
A3
B4
B5
A4
A5
B5
B6
A4
A5
B5
B6
A3
A5
A6
B6
A3
A4
B4
A6
A4
A5
B4
B5
Zoom Ratio
× 0.707
× 0.500
× 0.866
× 0.610
× 0.707
× 0.500
× 0.866
× 1.224
× 1.414
× 1.224
× 0.707
× 0.866
× 1.414
× 2.000
× 1.733
× 1.224
× 2.000
× 1.414
× 1.733
× 1.224
× 0.816
× 0.577
× 0.707
× 0.500
× 1.154
× 0.816
× 0.577
× 0.707
× 1.640
× 1.154
× 1.414
× 0.816
× 1.640
× 1.154
× 2.000
× 1.414
Original Size
11" × 17"
279.4 × 431.8 mm
11" × 15"
279.4 × 381 mm
11" × 14"
279.4 × 355.6 mm
Legal
8-1/2" × 14"
215.9 × 355.6 mm
Foolscap
8-1/2" × 13"
215.9 × 330.2 mm
Letter
8-1/2" × 11"
215.9 × 279.4 mm
Invoice
5-1/2" × 8-1/2"
139.7 × 215.9 mm
Inch Areas
Copy Paper
Size
11" × 14"
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Invoice
11" × 14"
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Invoice
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Invoice
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Invoice
Foolscap
Letter
Invoice
11" × 17"
Invoice
11" × 17"
11" × 14"
11" × 17"
11" × 14"
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Zoom Ratio
× 0.823
× 0.772
× 0.764
× 0.647
× 0.500
× 0.933
× 0.772
× 0.722
× 0.733
× 0.500
× 0.772
× 0.772
× 0.772
× 0.500
× 0.928
× 0.785
× 0.607
× 1.214
× 0.846
× 0.647
× 1.294
× 1.076
× 0.647
× 1.294
× 1.272
× 2.000
× 1.647
× 1.545
× 1.529
× 1.294
Zoom Ratio = Copy Paper Size ÷ Original Size
1"(inch) = 25.4 mm
1 mm = 0.0394"(inch)
A-1
Appendix
Index
Appendix
Index
A-2
Index
1-sided 1-sided p. 3-18
1-sided 1-sided (2in1) p. 3-18
1st Drawer pp. 2-3, 5-2
2-in-1 Mode p. 3-19
2nd Drawer pp. 2-3, 5-3
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet pp. 2-2, 2-5, 7-3
3rd Drawer pp. 2-5, 5-3, 5-4
4th Drawer pp. 2-5, 5-3
A
Add Paper Indicator pp. 2-8, 5-2
Add Toner Indicator pp. 2-8, 5-5
AP/AS/Manual Priority p. 4-5
Auto Drawer Switching p. 3-13
Auto Exposure Mode p. 3-16
Auto Panel Reset for Plug-In Counter p. 4-7
Auto Panel Reset Function p. 2-10
Auto Panel Reset ON/OFF p. 4-7
Auto Paper Mode p. 3-12
Auto Size Mode p. 3-14
Automatic Document Feeder pp. 2-5, 3-6, 7-3
B
Basic Copying Overview p. 3-2
C
Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator pp. 2-8, 5-14
Care of the Machine p. 7-4
Clear Key p. 2-6
Control Panel p. 2-6
Copy Paper Size p. 3-12
Corona Unit Cleaning Lever pp. 2-4, 7-5
D
Default Auto Exposure Level p. 4-6
Default Exposure Level p. 4-6
Default Exposure Mode p. 4-6
Display Panel p. 2-8
Drum Dehumidifier Function p. 4-3
Index
Appendix
E
Energy Saver Mode p. 2-10
Energy Saver ON Timing p. 4-7
Erase Mode p. 3-23
F
File Margin Mode p. 3-22
Finishing Modes p. 3-20
Fixed Zoom Ratios p. 3-15
Function Combination Matrix p. 7-6
I
Image Density p. 3-16
Initial Mode p. 2-9
Installing the Machine p. 1-2
J
Job Memory p. 2-11
K
Keypad Input Zoom Mode p. 3-15
L
Language p. 4-8
Large Capacity Cabinet pp. 2-2, 2-5, 7-3
M
Machine Parts and Accessories p. 2-3
Manual Bypass Copying p. 3-10
Manual Exposure Mode p. 3-16
Manual Selection p. 3-12
Message Display p. 2-8
Meter Count p. 4-2
Misfeed Clearing Procedures p. 5-9
Misfeed Indicator pp. 2-8, 5-8
Mixed Original Detection Mode p. 3-7
Mixed Original Detection p. 4-4
Multi Bypass Tray pp. 2-3, 3-10
N
Nonsort Mode p. 3-20
O
Options p. 2-5
Original Copy Type p. 3-18
A-3
Index
P
Panel Reset Key p. 2-6
Panel Resetting p. 2-10
Paper Size p. 7-7
Photo Mode p. 3-17
Placing Originals p. 3-4
Power Switch pp. 2-3, 2-9
Precautions for Use p. 1-3
Priority Paper Size/Source p. 4-5
R
Replacing the Toner Bottle p. 5-5
S
Single Automatic Document Feeding Mode p. 3-8
Size Counter p. 4-2
Sleep Disabled Mode p. 4-5
Sleep Function p. 2-10
Sleep Mode Timing p. 4-8
Sort Mode p. 3-20
Special Paper Mode p. 4-9
Specifications p. 7-2
Start Key p. 2-6
Stop Key p. 2-6
System Overview p. 2-2
T
Toner Replenisher Function p. 4-3
Total Counter p. 4-2
Troubleshooting Chapter 6
Turning the Machine ON/OFF p. 2-9
U
User’s Choice p. 4-4
User’s Choice Mode Settings p. 4-10
Z
Index
Appendix
Zoom from Memory Input Mode p. 4-9
Zoom Ratio p. 3-14
Zoom Ratio Table p. 7-8
Index
Appendix
A-4
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Operator’s Manual
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1999 MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Printed in China
The information contained in this manual is
subject to change without notice to
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product or products the manual covers.
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1999. 9
3-13, 2-Chome, Azuchi-Machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8556, Japan
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