MS7000 MKII - Konica Minolta Business Solutions

MS7000 MKII - Konica Minolta Business Solutions
MS7000 MKII
User’s Guide
0816-7724-02
Copyright
2008 KYOKKO SEIKO CO., LTD.
2008.10
0816-7724-02
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SAFETY INFORMATION
This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this
machine. To achieve optimum utility of this device, all operators should carefully
read and follow the instructions in this manual. Please keep this manual in a handy
place near the machine.
Make sure you observe all of the precautions listed in this manual.
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Please note that some parts of the contents of this section may not correspond with the purchased product.
Warning and Precaution Symbols
Ignoring this warning could cause serious injury or
even death.
Ignoring this caution could cause injury or damage
to property.
Meaning of Symbols
A triangle indicates a danger against which you should take precaution.
This symbol warns against cause burns.
A diagonal line indicates a prohibited course of action.
This symbol warns against dismantling the device.
A black circle indicates an imperative course of action.
This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
• Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result. If the product employs a laser, the laser beam
source could cause blindness.
• Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been
fixed to the product. Some products have a high-voltage part or a
laser beam source inside that could cause an electrical shock or
blindness.
• Only use the power cord supplied in the package. If a power cord
is not supplied, only use the power cord and plug that is specified
in POWER CORD INSTRUCTION. Failure to use this cord could
result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Use the power cord supplied in the package only for this machine
and NEVER use it for any other product. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Use only the specified power source voltage. Failure to do that
could result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not use a multiple outlet adapter to connect any other appliances or machines. Use of a power outlet for more than the
marked current value could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an
electrical shock could result.
Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do
this could result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend,
pull on, or damage the power cord. Use of a damaged power cord
(exposed core wire, broken wire, etc.) could result in a fire or
breakdown.
Should any of these conditions be found, immediately turn OFF
the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet,
and then call your authorized service representative.
• Do not use an extension cord, in principle. Use of an extension
cord could cause a fire or electrical shock. Contact your authorized service representative if an extension cord is required.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Do not place a flower vase or other container that contains water, or
metal clips or other small metallic objects on this product. Spilled
water or metallic objects dropped inside the product could result in a
fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
Should a piece of metal, water, or any other similar foreign matter
get inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power switch,
unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your
authorized service representative.
• Do not keep using this product, if this product becomes inordinately hot or emits smoke, or unusual odor or noise. Immediately
turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power
outlet, and then call your authorized service representative. If you
keep on using it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
• Do not keep using this product, if this product has been dropped
or its cover damaged. Immediately turn OFF the power switch,
unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your
authorized service representative. If you keep on using it as is, a
fire or electrical shock could result.
Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot
toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage.
Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a
grounding terminal.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
• Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product,
as a fire could result.
• Do not leave a toner unit or drum unit in a place within easy reach
of children. Licking or ingesting any of these things could injure
your health.
• Do not let any object plug the ventilation holes of this product.
Heat could accumulate inside the product, resulting in a fire or
malfunction.
• Do not install this product at a site that is exposed to direct sunlight, or near an air conditioner or heating apparatus. The resultant
temperature changes inside the product could cause a malfunction, fire, or electrical shock.
• Do not place the product in a dusty place, or a site exposed to
soot or steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a humidifier. A fire,
electrical shock, or breakdown could result.
• Do not place this product on an unstable or tilted bench, or in a
location subject to a lot of vibration and shock. It could drop or fall,
causing personal injury or mechanical breakdown.
• After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit
moves or falls, it may cause personal injury.
• Do not store toner units and PC drum units near a floppy disk or
watch that are susceptible to magnetism. They could cause these
products to malfunction.
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature,
which may cause burns. When checking the inside of the unit for
malfunctions such as a paper misfeed, do not touch the locations
(around the fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a “CAUTION
HOT” caution label.
Do not place any objects around the power plug as the power plug
may be difficult to pull out when an emergency occurs.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the machine and shall be
easily accessible as the power plug may be difficult to pull out when
an emergency occurs.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
• Always use this product in a well ventilated location. Operating the
product in a poorly ventilated room for an extended period of time
could injure your health. Ventilate the room at regular intervals.
• Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power
cord and other cables. Failure to do this could damage the cord or
cable, resulting in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
• When moving this product, always hold it by the locations specified in the operator’s manual or other documents. If the unit falls it
may cause severe personal injury. The product may also be damaged or malfunction.
• Remove the power plug from the outlet more than one time a year
and clean the area between the plug terminals. Dust that accumulates between the plug terminals may cause a fire.
• When unplugging the power cord, be sure to hold onto the plug.
Pulling on the power cord could damage the cord, resulting in a
fire or electrical shock.
Precautions for Routine
• Do not store toner units, PC drum units, and other supplies and
consumables in a place subject to direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity, as poor image quality and malfunction could
result.
• Do not attempt to replace the toner unit and PC drum unit in a
place exposed to direct sunlight. If the PC drum is exposed to
intense light, poor image quality could result.
• Do not unpack a toner unit or PC drum unit until the very time of
use. Do not leave an unpacked unit standing. Install it immediately
or poor image quality could result.
• Do not keep toner units and PC drum units in an upright position
or upside down, as poor image quality could result.
• Do not throw or drop a toner unit or PC drum unit as poor image
quality could result.
• Do not use this product in an area where ammonia or other gases
or chemicals are present. Failure to do so may shorten the service
life of the product, cause damage or decrease performance.
• Do not use this product in an environment with a temperature outside the range specified in the operator’s manual, as a breakdown
or malfunction could result.
• Do not attempt to feed stapled paper, carbon paper or aluminum
foil through this product, as a malfunction or fire could result.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Do not touch or scratch the surface of the toner unit developing roller
and the PC drum, as poor image quality could result.
Use the supplies and consumables recommended by the dealer. Use
of any supply or consumable not recommended could result in poor
image quality and breakdown.
Welcome
Welcome
This User’s Guide explains how to operate the unit and replenish its
supplies. It also gives some troubleshooting tips as well as general
precautions to be observed when operating the unit.
To ensure the best performance and effective use of your unit, read this
User’s Guide carefully until you familiarize yourself thoroughly with the
unit's operation and features.
Please keep this User’s Guide and use it as a quick and handy reference
tool for immediately clarifying any questions that may arise.
Please follow the instructions given in this User’s Guide when handling the
system and do not touch any part of the system the User’s Guide does not
cover.
NEVER attempt to disassemble or remodel the system.
The contents of this User’s Guide are subject to change without notice.
No part of this User’s Guide may be quoted, reproduced, or translated into
any other language.
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Contents
1
2
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1.1
The following safety rules should be observed .............................. 1-1
FCC Part 15 - Radio Frequency Devices (For U.S.A. Users).......... 1-1
WARNING ....................................................................................... 1-1
Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES-003 ISSUE 4)
(For Canada Users) ......................................................................... 1-2
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity) (For European Users) ...... 1-2
Acoustic Noise ................................................................................. 1-2
1.2
Safety Information (MSP 3500 Printer) ............................................. 1-3
Laser Safety..................................................................................... 1-3
Internal Laser Radiation................................................................... 1-3
For United States............................................................................. 1-4
CDRH Regulations .......................................................................... 1-4
All other users.................................................................................. 1-5
For Denmark.................................................................................... 1-5
For Finland, Sweden........................................................................ 1-5
For Norway ...................................................................................... 1-6
WARNING LABEL ........................................................................... 1-7
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)................................................... 1-8
WARNING LABEL ........................................................................... 1-8
1.3
Safety Information (MSP 3000 Printer) ............................................. 1-9
Laser Safety..................................................................................... 1-9
Internal Laser Radiation................................................................... 1-9
For United States............................................................................. 1-9
Laser Safety..................................................................................... 1-9
CDRH Regulations .......................................................................... 1-9
All other users................................................................................ 1-10
For Denmark.................................................................................. 1-10
For Finland, Sweden...................................................................... 1-10
For Norway .................................................................................... 1-11
WARNING LABEL ......................................................................... 1-12
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)................................................. 1-13
WARNING LABEL ......................................................................... 1-13
Precautions
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Installation Precautions..................................................................... 2-1
Installation Site ................................................................................ 2-1
Power Source .................................................................................. 2-2
Grounding ........................................................................................ 2-2
Contents
Space Requirements........................................................................2-3
Operating Environment ....................................................................2-5
Using the Printer ..............................................................................2-5
Care of Printer Supplies ...................................................................2-6
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Scanner
3.1
System Overview ................................................................................3-1
3.2
System Configuration ........................................................................3-2
PR Mode (connected to a printer) ....................................................3-2
PC Mode (connected to a personal computer) ................................3-2
3.3
Parts of the Scanner...........................................................................3-3
3.4
Control Panel Keys and Indicators ...................................................3-5
Control Panel 1 (Basic) ....................................................................3-5
Control Panel 1 (Shift Function) .......................................................3-9
Control Panel 2 ..............................................................................3-10
When Malfunctions/Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator Lights up ................3-12
3.5
Image Processing Functions...........................................................3-16
3.6
Turning the Power On and Off.........................................................3-18
Turning ON.....................................................................................3-18
Turning OFF ...................................................................................3-19
3.7
Auto Power Save Mode ....................................................................3-20
3.8
Printing or Scanning Procedure......................................................3-21
3.9
Selecting a Projection Lens.............................................................3-22
3.10 Replacing the Projection Lens ........................................................3-23
3.11 Positioning the Film Image ..............................................................3-24
3.12 Zooming, Focusing, and Image Rotation .......................................3-25
Zooming .........................................................................................3-25
Focusing.........................................................................................3-25
Image Rotation...............................................................................3-25
3.13 Selecting the Film Type....................................................................3-27
Auto................................................................................................3-27
Nega (negative film) .......................................................................3-27
Posi (positive film) ..........................................................................3-28
3.14 Selecting the Paper Size ..................................................................3-29
Selecting the Paper Size ................................................................3-29
Using the Auto Paper Selection Function ......................................3-29
Using the Auto Film Format Selection Function .............................3-30
3.15 Selecting the Print Position .............................................................3-31
Center ............................................................................................3-31
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Left................................................................................................. 3-31
Page-by-Page................................................................................ 3-31
3.16 Selecting the Image Density ........................................................... 3-32
Using Auto Exposure ..................................................................... 3-32
Using Manual Exposure................................................................. 3-32
3.17 Entering the Number of Prints to be Made .................................... 3-34
1 to 9.............................................................................................. 3-34
10 to 99.......................................................................................... 3-34
Correcting a Number ..................................................................... 3-34
3.18 Using Auto Masking......................................................................... 3-35
Selecting Auto Masking ................................................................. 3-35
Operating Conditions for Auto Masking ......................................... 3-35
3.19 Manual Masking Panels (Option) .................................................... 3-36
3.20 Using Manual Masking .................................................................... 3-37
Selecting Trimming ........................................................................ 3-37
Defining an Area ............................................................................ 3-38
Defining Two Separate Areas........................................................ 3-38
Defining Page-by-Page Print Area................................................. 3-39
Clearing a Defined Print Area ........................................................ 3-39
Selecting Masking.......................................................................... 3-40
3.21 Using Centering and Fit................................................................... 3-41
Centering ....................................................................................... 3-41
Fit................................................................................................... 3-42
3.22 Using the Cycle Print Mode............................................................. 3-43
Specifying the interval between scanning operations.................... 3-43
Operating in the Cycle Print Mode................................................. 3-44
3.23 Selecting the Connection Mode...................................................... 3-45
3.24 Selecting the Resolution ................................................................. 3-46
3.25 Registering the Job Program .......................................................... 3-47
3.26 Calling the Job Program.................................................................. 3-48
3.27 Using the Electrical Zoom ............................................................... 3-49
Zoom + .......................................................................................... 3-49
Zoom - ........................................................................................... 3-49
Skip of magnification...................................................................... 3-50
Clearing the Zoom magnification ................................................... 3-51
3.28 Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen ....................................... 3-52
3.29 Replacing the Projection Lamp....................................................... 3-53
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MSP 3500 Printer
4.1
Parts of the Printer .............................................................................4-1
4.2
Paper Specifications ..........................................................................4-3
Use only the following types of paper: .............................................4-3
4.3
Set the Paper.......................................................................................4-4
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray ....................................4-4
Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette ..............................................4-6
4.4
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ........................................................4-10
4.5
Replacing the Exhaust Filter ...........................................................4-14
4.6
When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up ................................4-15
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code: .................4-15
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code: .4-15
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray ..........................4-16
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette .................................4-17
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer .....................................4-19
Clearing a Misfeed from output bin ................................................4-22
MSP 3000 Printer
5.1
Parts of the Printer .............................................................................5-1
5.2
Paper Specifications ..........................................................................5-3
Use only the following types of paper: .............................................5-3
5.3
Set the Paper.......................................................................................5-4
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray ....................................5-4
Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette ..............................................5-5
5.4
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ..........................................................5-7
5.5
When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up ................................5-10
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code: .................5-10
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code: .5-10
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray ..........................5-10
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette .................................5-12
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer .....................................5-13
Troubleshooting
6.1
7
Solving Irregular Printing Problems .................................................6-1
Maintenance
7.1
System Care ........................................................................................7-1
Cleaning the Scanner Screen ..........................................................7-1
Outer Covers ....................................................................................7-1
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Carrier Glass (Option)...................................................................... 7-2
Cleaning the System Printer (Option) .............................................. 7-3
Cleaning the MSP 3500 Printer ....................................................... 7-3
Cleaning the Printer Exterior............................................................ 7-4
Cleaning the Printer Interior............................................................. 7-4
Paper Pickup Rollers ....................................................................... 7-5
Cleaning the MSP 3000 Printer ..................................................... 7-10
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Miscellaneous
8.1
Specifications ..................................................................................... 8-1
PC Mode.......................................................................................... 8-2
PR Mode: MSP 3500 Printer ........................................................... 8-2
PR Mode : MSP 3000 Printer .......................................................... 8-3
8.2
Initial Settings..................................................................................... 8-4
User Settings on the Control Panel ................................................. 8-4
User Mode ....................................................................................... 8-5
Entering and Leaving the User Mode .............................................. 8-6
Settings in Each User Mode Function ............................................. 8-7
System Settings by the dealer ....................................................... 8-13
8.3
For Key Operator’s Use ................................................................... 8-15
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1
1
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1.1
The following safety rules should be observed
1. The unit should be kept free from moisture, dirt, dust and exposure to
heat and direct sunlight at all times.
2. Keep hands, hair and clothing away from rollers and other moving
parts.
3. Before removing the Projection Lamp Unit, confirm that the machine is
turned "OFF".
4. Be sure that the proper voltage is used and that the machine is well
grounded.
The use of electrical extension cords is strongly discouraged.
5. For best performance, only our authorized supplies are recommended
for use with this unit. Failure to use our authorized supplies may cause
damage to the unit, in which case the warranty may be rendered void.
6. Do not attempt to remove any Cover that is secured.
FCC Part 15 - Radio Frequency Devices (For U.S.A. Users)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
WARNING
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.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES-003 ISSUE 4)
(For Canada Users)
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.
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity) (For European Users)
This product complies with the following EU directives:
2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC directives.
This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union(EU) only.
This device must be used with shielded interface cable and shielded
network cable.
The use of non-shielded cable is likely to result in interference with radio
communications and is prohibited under rules.
Acoustic Noise
Machine Noise Regulation 3 GSGV, 18.01.1991: The sound pressure
level at the operator position according to EN27779 is equal to or less than
70dB (A).
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1.2
Safety Information (MSP 3500 Printer)
Laser Safety
This printer is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is
no possibility of danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated
according to the instructions provided in this manual.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within
protective housing and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape
from the machine during any phase of user operation.
This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product: This means that the
printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Average Radiation Power
37 µW at laser Aperture of mirror unit
Wave Length
770-800 nm
This product employs a Class IIIb Laser Diode that has an invisible laser
beam. The Laser Diode and Scanning Polygon Mirror are incorporated in
the print head unit.
The print head (in the interior of the printer in front of the toner cartridge)
consists of the print head unit and the mirror unit. The laser beam is
emitted from the print head unit, passes through the mirror unit, then is
radiated through the laser aperture of the mirror unit to the interior of the
printer.
WARNING
§
The print head unit is
NOT A FIELD SERVICE
ITEM. Therefore, the
print head unit should
not be opened under
any circumstances.
Laser
Aperture
Print
Head
Unit
Mirror Unit
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
For United States
CDRH Regulations
This printer is certified as a Class I laser product under the Regulation 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 (FDA) of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This means that the product
does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
The label shown below indicated 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
15mW, and the wavelength is 770-800 nm.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1
All other users
WARNING
§
Use of controls, adjustments of performance or 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
15mW, and the wavelength is 770-800 nm.
For Denmark
ADVARSEL
§
Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af
funktion. Undgå udsttelse for stråling. Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
For Finland, Sweden
VAROITUS!
§
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä köyttöohjeessa mainitulla
tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle
näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle
VARNNING
§
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning
specificerats, kan använderen utsattasr för osynling laserstrålnig, som
överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
VARO
§
Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina nakymattomalle lasersateilylle. Aja katso sateeseen.
VARNING
§
Osynlig laserstråining när denna del är öppnad och spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej stråien.
For Norway
ADVARSEL
§
Dersum apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstråling som overskrider grensen for laser klasse 1.
Dette er en halvleder laser. Maksimal effeckt til laserdiode er 15mW, og
bolgelengde er 770-800 nm.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1
WARNING LABEL
• Three laser caution labels are attached to the inside of the machine as
shown below.
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1
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)
During printer operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This
amount is not large enough to cause any adverse affects or harm. However, be sure the room where the machine is being used has adequate
ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if
the machine is being used continuously over a long period.
WARNING LABEL
• A laser safety label is attached to the outside of the machine as shown
below.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1.3
1
Safety Information (MSP 3000 Printer)
Laser Safety
This printer is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is
no possibility of danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated
according to the instructions provided 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.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Radiation Power: 8.8 ×10-4(W)
Wave Length: 770-810 (nm)
This is a Class IIIb Laser Diode Assy. that has an invisible laser beam. The
print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore, the print head
unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
For United States
Laser Safety
This printer is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (DHHS) Radiation Performance
Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of
1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products
on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured from August 1. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in
the United States. The label shown below indicates compliance with the
CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the
United States.
WARNING
§
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
All other users
WARNING
§
Use of controls, adjustments of performance or 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
8.8 × 10-4W and the wavelength is 770-810 nm.
For Denmark
ADVARSEL
§
Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af
funktion. Undgå udsttelse for stråling. Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
For Finland, Sweden
VAROITUS!
§
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä köyttöohjeessa mainitulla
tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle
näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle
VARNNING
§
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Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning
specificerats, kan använderen utsattasr för osynling laserstrålnig, som
överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1
VARO
§
Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina nakymattomalle lasersateilylle. Aja katso sateeseen.
VARNING
§
Osynlig laserstråining när denna del är öppnad och spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej stråien.
For Norway
ADVARSEL
§
Dersum apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstråling som overskrider grensen for laser klasse 1.
Dette er en halvleder laser. Maksimal effeckt til laserdiode er 8.8 × 10-4W
og bolgelengde er 770-810 nm.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
WARNING LABEL
1-12
Notes to Operators and Key Operators
1
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)
During printer operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This
amount is not large enough to cause any adverse affects or harm. However, be sure the room where the machine is being used has adequate
ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if
the machine is being used continuously over a long period.
WARNING LABEL
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2
Precautions
2
Precautions
2.1
Installation Precautions
Installation Site
Placement of the unit in the environment described below will ensure
optimal performance throughout the long life of service for which it was
designed.
1. A well-ventilated place.
2. An area which is free from ammonia or other organic gases.
3. A place which has easy access to a power outlet so that the unit may
be easily plugged in and unplugged.
4. Any area free from direct sunlight.
5. A place which is out of the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater
or ventilator and is not subject to extremely high or low temperatures
or humidity.
6. A stable location with a flat surface that is not subject to undue
vibration.
7. A place that is free from any object that would block the heat exhaust
duct of the printer.
8. A place away from curtains or anything else that is easily flammable.
9. An area that is safe from spilled water or other liquids.
10. A dust-free location.
NOTE:
If the Scanner is to be located near a window, do not face the
Screen towards the window.
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Precautions
Power Source
The power source voltage requirements are as follows:
1. Use a power source with minimal voltage fluctuation.
Power Source: 50Hz-60Hz
Voltage fluctuation: within ± 10%
Frequently fluctuation: within ± 3%
2. Be careful not to exceed the capacity of the outlet, especially when
sourcing other appliances from the same outlet.
3. The outlet should be located near the unit and be easily accessible so
that the power cord can be unplugged immediately if necessary.
4. NEVER connect any other appliances or machines by means of a
multiple socket to the outlet being used for the unit.
5. If an extension cord is needed, use one with a capacity greater than
the power consumption of the unit.
6. Make sure that the power cord and extension cord do not become
caught in any mechanism of the system. Do not allow either the power
or extension cord to become caught underneath the weight of the unit.
Grounding
To prevent electrical shocks caused by electrical leakage, always ground
the printer.
1. Connect the grounding wire to:
- The ground terminal of the outlet.
- A grounding contact that complies with the local electrical standards.
2. NEVER connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, the grounding wire
for a telephone, or a water pipe.
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Precautions
Space Requirements
Scanner:
There should be a clearance of the following dimensions between the wall
and the rear of the unit as well as it's right and left sides to provide ample
space for the ventilation ports to dissipate heat.
MSP 3500 Printer:
For ease of operation, maintenance and replenishment of supplies, the
minimum clearance diagrammed below is required. Install the unit in an
area that allows easy access.
457 mm or 18"
200 mm or 8"
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200 mm or 8"
200 mm or 8"
551 mm or 21-3/4"
2
Precautions
MSP 3000 Printer:
For ease of operation, maintenance and replenishment of supplies, the
minimum clearance diagrammed below is required. Install the unit in an
area that allows easy access.
150mm
5-7/8"
150mm
5-7/8"
150mm
5-7/8"
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Precautions
Operating Environment
The environmental requirements for operating the system are as follows:
Temperature: 10°C to 35°C with a fluctuation of 10°C per hour.
Humidity: 15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour.
Using the Printer
To ensure the optimum performance of the printer, follow the precautions
listed below:
1. NEVER open any Cover, or turn OFF the printer during printing.
2. NEVER bring any magnetized object or flammable gas or liquid close
to the printer.
3. ALWAYS insert the Power Plug all the way into the outlet.
4. ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of
continuous prints.
NOTE
Locate the Printer in a Well Ventilated Room
§
2-5
A minimal amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of
the printer. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly
ventilated rooms during extensive printer operations.
For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is
recommended that the room be well ventilated.
2
Precautions
Care of Printer Supplies
Use the following precautions when handling the printer supplies (Toner
Cartridge, paper, etc.).
1. Avoid storing the supplies in any of the following places:
• A place subject to direct sunlight. The Toner Cartridge should not be
exposed to fluorescent light, either.
• A hot place or near an open flame.
• A humid place.
• A dusty place.
2. Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded
onto the print tray, in a sealed plastic bag in a cool, dark place.
3. Only use Toner Cartridges that are exclusively designed for use with
this printer.
4. Keep supplies out of the reach of children.
5. If you get toner on your hands, wash them in cool water and mild
neutral detergent.
6. If you get toner on your clothes, lightly dust them off as much as
possible. If some toner remains on your clothes, use cool, not hot
water to rinse the toner off, provided your clothing is washable.
WARNING
§
If you get toner in your eyes, wash it out immediately with cool water
and consult a doctor.
NOTE
§
Whenever the Toner Cartridge is removed from the printer,
immediately wrap it in a heavy cloth to protect it from light.
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Scanner
3
Scanner
3.1
System Overview
Scanner
Projection Lenses
Single-Focus Lens
7.5x
Zoom Lenses
9-16x
•
•
•
•
•
•
Film Carriers
FC-5
13-27x
20-50x
Prism
Manual Frame Masking Unit
AF Lens Modification Kit
Auto Focus Unit
USB I/F Kit
Foot Switch Kit
RFC-15A
Controllers
MARS MINI CONTROLLER 2
UC-2
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RFC-15M
3
Scanner
3.2
System Configuration
This Scanner is available in the following configurations.
PR Mode (connected to a printer)
The Scanner is connected to a dedicated printer (MSP 3500 or MSP
3000), allowing scanned images to be printed out directly.
PC Mode (connected to a personal computer)
The Scanner is connected to a personal computer and the scanned
images can be uploaded to the computer.
Connection to a personal computer and printer can be switched using
Control Panel. Refer to "Selecting the Connection Mode" on page 3-45.
For except USA and Canada area:
An optional USB interface kit is required for connection to a Personal
Computer. Contact the authorized dealer for details.
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3.3
Scanner
Parts of the Scanner
1. Screen:
The image taken from the film is projected here for
viewing. The frame on the Screen marks the data
reading range.
2. Control Panel:
Many operations are controlled from the keys and
indicators provided here.
3. Image Rotation Knob:
Used to turn the Prism Unit built into the Scanner,
turning the image on the Screen.
4. Projection Lens (Optional):
Used to change the size of the image on the Screen.
5. Fiche Carrier 5 (Optional):
Supports the viewing of microfiche.
6. Projection Lamp Unit:
Contains a Projection Lamp (halogen lamp) which
projects the film image onto the Screen.
7. Printer Connector:
Connects the scanner to the printer through an
interface cable.
8. USB Connector:
Connects the scanner to the Personal Computer
through a USB cable.
USA and Canada area: Standard
except USA and Canada area: Option
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Scanner
9. Power Switch:
Used to turn power to the unit ON and OFF.
10. Connectors:
Provides connection points for the various options
(Film Carrier and Controller).
11. Power Cord Socket:
Plug the power cord furnished with the Scanner into
this socket.
12. Fuse Holder:
Protects the circuit from overloading.
(Ratings : 6A, 250V)
13. Total Counter:
Shows the total number of prints made regardless
of paper size.
14. Power Cord:
Connects the Scanner to the power outlet.
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Scanner
3.4
Control Panel Keys and Indicators
Control Panel 1 (Basic)
Paper Selection
A3
1
7
8
11
15
A4
A4
Film Type
Auto
1
Fine
Posi
Photo
3
2
Print Mode
Text
Nega
4
Print Position
Exposure
Paper Selection
81/2 ×14
11×17
81/2 ×11
1
2
5
81/2 ×11
Ohter
6
Lighter
Auto
Darker
10
9
10
12
1
C
13
Start
14
Memory Input Key
To store one of the following functions into the memory of the Scanner,
first set one of the functions on Control Panels 1 and 2 and then press this
button with the head of a pen or other device. The next time the scanner
is turned ON, that function will appear as a default setting until a new one
is entered. (Maximum three kind of setting can be memorized.)
1) Negative or positive
2) Print mode
3) Print position*
4) Paper size*
5) Print image density
6) Exposure mode
7) Centering or Fit
8) Manual Masking
9) Auto Masking
10) Auto Skew Correction
11) Horizontal Area setting
12) Vertical Area setting
13) Electrical Zoom magnification
14) Resolution
15) Image Distortion Correction
*If the current paper tray or cassette is different from that loaded when the
Paper size setting was made, Center Image Print is selected for the print
position and the current paper size is selected.
If you do not press the pinhole for at least 60 seconds after a
setting has been made with the Auto Reset function set to ON, the
previous setting remains valid. → See page 8-4.
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Scanner
2
Lamp Illuminance Key
Use to manually adjust the Projection Lamp illuminance.
When the Projection Lamp is OFF, it can be turned ON again by pressing
any key.
3
Film Type Key
Rotates between Auto, Nega, and Posi each time the key is pressed.
Auto:
The scanner automatically determines between the film type
options of negative or positive for print production.
Nega:
Select when using negative film. Dark and light values of the
print will be reversed.
Posi:
Select when using positive film. Dark and light values of the
print will be consistent with the image on film.
4
Print Mode Key
Allows you to fine tune the image quality of the print according to the
original being used. Rotate between Text, Fine and Photo with every
press of this key.
Text:
For use with text images.
Fine:
For use with lower grades of film.
Photo:
For use with photo images.
5
Print Position Key
Selects the portion of the screen image to be printed.
1
2
Center:
The image in the center of the screen is printed.
Left:
The image on the left half of the screen is printed.
Page-by-Page*: The images on both the left and right sides of the
screen are printed consecutively on 8-1/2" x 11"
(A4) sheets of paper.
* Page-by-Page printing is only available when 8-1/2" x 1" (A4)
is selected.
paper
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Scanner
6
Paper Selection Key
PC mode:
Select the scanning size.
When scanning the film image except standard size, the "Other"
lamp is lit.
PR mode:
Selects the size of paper to be used for printing. When the printer's Paper
Feeding Tray is loaded with 8-1/2" x 1" (A4) paper and the paper loaded
into the Paper Cassette is 11" x 17" (A3)
, pressing this key will rotate
the Auto, Paper Feeding Tray and Paper Cassette options.
* Both the 8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
when Auto is selected.
7
and 11" x 17"(A3)
indicators will light up
Exposure Display
Indicates the current density level of the printed image.
8
Exposure Mode Indicator
Auto Exposure mode is indicated when the green Auto light is on. The
green Auto light turns off when the Scanner is in the Manual Exposure
mode.
9
Exposure Mode Key
Press to select between the Auto or Manual Exposure mode.
10
Exposure Adjustment Keys
Use this key to adjust the image density of the image to be printed during
the Auto or Manual Exposure mode.
The Darker key supports darker image density and the Lighter key
supports lighter image density.
11
Multi-Print Display
Shows the number of prints set to be made. Also displays corresponding
codes in the event of a malfunction or paper misfeed. The blinking number
in this display indicates a print cycle in progress.
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Scanner
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Multi-Print Keys
Use these keys to input the desired number of prints to be made.
10:
Pressing this key increases the number of prints to be made in
increments of ten (10, 20, 30 ... 90, etc.)
1:
Pressing this key increases the number of prints to be made in
increments of one (1, 2, 3 ... 9, etc.)
* This function is only available on the PR mode.
13
Clear/Stop Key
Press to clear the setting on the Multi-Print Display, resetting it to "1" or to
stop a multi-print cycle.
* This function is only available on the PR mode.
14
Start Key
Press to make a print (scan) of the image shown on the Screen.
15
Indicators
Misfeed/Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator:
Lights up when a paper misfeed or malfunction occurs in the
system.
Wait Indicator:
Lights up when the Scanner is initializing.
Lights up when the Printer is warming up.
Closure Failure Indicator:
Lights up if the Printer cover is open.
Add Toner Indicator: Blinks when the Imaging Cartridge of the
Printer is running out of toner and lights up when the cartridge
has completely run out of toner.
Add Paper Indicator: Lights up when the Printer is not loaded
with the paper size selected for use, or when either the Paper
Feeding Tray or Paper Cassette has run out of paper with Auto
(auto paper selection) selected.
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Scanner
Control Panel 1 (Shift Function)
Print Mode
Text
Film Type
Auto
Posi
Photo
1
Resolusion
1
Exposure
81/2 ×11
81/2 ×11
Fine
Job Recall
1
Print Position Paper Selection
11×17
Nega
2
2
81/2 ×11
Other
Lighter
Auto
Darker
10
User Mode
3
Zoom-
Zoom clr
Zoom+
4
1
C
Start
Shift
PC/PR
5
6
Job Recall Key
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the program
registration locations (1J, 2J and 3J) are called. Each time this key is
pressed while the Shift Key is held down, the display is switched in order
of 1J → 2J → 3J.
2
Resolution Key
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the resolution of the
Scanner is set.
When the Scanner is connected to the MSP 3500 Printer: 6H
When the Scanner is connected to the MSP 3000 Printer: 4H and 6H
When the Scanner is connected to the PC: 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H and 8H
* 4H represents 400dpi and 6H represents 600dpi.
3
User Mode Key
Pressing this key together with the Shift Key enters the unit into the User
Mode. See page 8-5 User Mode.
4
Zoom Key
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the electrical zoom
magnification is set.
Zoom+:
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
magnification is increased by an increment of 0.01X (up to
2.00X).
Zoom clr: When this key is held down together with the Shift Key for one
second, the standard magnification is resumed.
Zoom-:
5
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
magnification is decreased by a decrement of 0.01X (down to
0.50X).
PC/PR Key
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the connection to the
PC or to the Printer is selected.
6
Shift Key
Executes an expansion function when being pressed together with the
intended function key.
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Scanner
Control Panel 2
Centering Fit
Masking
Auto
Masking
Auto Skew
Correction
Focus
1
1
2
3
4
5
AF
6
Centering/Fit Key
When this key is pressed, the setting rotates from OFF to the Centering
and Fit functions. Auto Masking* is automatically enabled when the
Centering function is selected.
* Auto Masking is not enabled if Trimming is selected.
Centering:
The system centers all masked images onto the
printed page.
Fit:
The system enlarges the image on the screen to
fill the page when printed.
Enlargement is only to the full length or width of
the paper, whichever is achieved first.
Centering and Fit are not disabled when Auto Masking is selected.
2
Masking Key
When pressed, this key rotates from OFF to the Trimming or Masking
functions if the system is equipped with an optional Manual Masking Kit.
Masking:
Prints only the image outside of the area that is
defined on the Screen.
Trimming:
Prints only the area of the image that is defined on
the Screen.
• If Trimming is selected from the OFF state, the previously entered
settings for Centering/Fit and Manual Masking are applied.
• From Trimming, when Masking is selected, the Centering/Fit setting is
disabled and the previous settings for the Masking area are applied.
• The manual masking area will be cancelled whenever OFF is selected
from the Masking state.
* Neither Trimming nor Masking are available through the Auto Masking
function.
* Trimming and Masking cannot be set when the Scanner is connected to
the PC.
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Scanner
3
Auto Masking Key
This key is used to turn the Auto Masking function ON or OFF. The Auto
Masking function will omit the frame (non-image area) of a printed film
image.
• The previous Centering/Fit setting is applied whenever ON is selected
from the OFF state.
• If OFF is selected from the ON state, Centering/Fit is disabled.
* Auto Masking is not applicable with the Masking or Trimming settings.
4
Auto Skew Correction Key
This key is used to turn the Auto Skew Correction function ON or OFF.
When this function is applied, the Auto Skew Correction LED will turn on
and the system will correct any skew of the image during printing.
* After printing, the skew can be reset or retained. Contact your Technical
Representative for more information.
5
Manual Focus Keys
Press repeatedly to manually adjust the focus of the image on the Screen.
6
AF (Auto Focus) Key
When this key is pressed, the Auto Focus LED will turn on and the system
will automatically find the optimum focus for the image on the Screen.
Once the image is in focus, the Auto Focus LED will turn off.
In the event that an image is not properly centered on the Screen
or the contrast and density of the image is such that it causes the
Auto Focus to error, the Auto Focus LED will blink. The LED will
turn off when the Manual Focus keys or the Auto Focus key is
pressed.
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Scanner
When Malfunctions/Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator Lights up
This indicates that a paper misfeed or malfunction has occurred in the
system. Check the code shown on the Multi-Print Display and perform the
misfeed clearing procedure or the Call-Tech.-Rep. procedure.
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Malfunctions Procedure
* Only MSP3500 displays the code.
Display
Code
Description
The power to the printer is OFF or there is a
problem with the connection of the interface cable
to the printer. Turn ON the printer or make sure
that the interface cable is securely connected.
The upper cover of the printer is not closed.
Make sure that it is completely closed.
*
*
*
It is defective of the toner cartridge. Or, the toner
cartridge is not installed. Install a correct toner
cartridge.
The toner cartridge of a different type is set.
Install a correct toner cartridge.
You are using an end-of-lifed (completely used)
toner cartridge(s).
When Start Key is pushed again, it prints. (When
Clear/Stop Key is pushed, the print is canceled.)
To ensure the best print quality, you are strongly
recommended to replace immediately.
Paper Empty Indicator
Lights up when the Printer is not loaded with the
paper size selected for use, or when either the
Paper Feeding Tray or Paper Cassette has run
out of paper with Auto (auto paper selection)
selected.
*
Paper of the output bin was filled.
Remove the paper from the output bin.
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Scanner
Display
Code
Description
The Scanner is connected to the PC and ready for
scanning by pressing the Start Key.
This display is blinking when the Scanner is in
operation.
The Scanner is not connected to the PC. Turn ON
the PC or connect the Scanner to the PC with the
interface cable.
The Lens is not mounted or is loose.
Check the Lens for correct installation and
reinstall it as necessary.
The Projection Lamp is burned out.
Replace the lamp.
* If the lamp goes out during a print cycle, a blank
print may be output.
The battery for Date Print has run down.
Turn OFF the Date Print function, or call your
Tech. Rep. for replacement of the battery.
Magnification warning display
Did the modification of the magnification by an
electronic zoom.
Lights up when setting besides the standard
magnification.
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Scanner
G
Misfeed Clearing Procedure
Locate the misfeed using the code and perform the misfeed clearing
procedure.
Display
Code
Description
The wrong size paper has been loaded in the
Paper Feeding Tray.
Load the set size paper in the set direction. This
code also appears when two or more sheets of
paper are taken up at the same time.
A misfeed near the paper take-up section or more
sheets of paper are taken up at the same time.
A misfeed near the Toner Cartridge.
A misfeed near the Fusing Unit.
An aperture card misfeed has occurred in ACF-7.
Remove the card that has been misfed in ACF-7.
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Scanner
G
Call-Tech.-Rep. Procedure
A malfunction has occurred in the system.
* Only MSP3500 displays the code.
Display
Location
Code
Description
Scanner
Optical path switching failure
A Scanning malfunction
A Condenser Lens Motor
malfunction
A Fan Motor malfunction
Imperfect auto focusing
Printer
A Fusing Unit malfunction
A Laser malfunction
A Polygon Motor malfunction
A Main Drive Motor malfunction
An Imaging cartridge drive motor
malfunction
A Fan Motor malfunction
*
Scanner
Printer
An Image transfer voltage error
A Communication malfunction
(Printer)
A Printer Clock malfunction
Scanner
PC
A Communication malfunction
(PC)
A Communication malfunction
(ACF-7)
NOTE:
After turning the power to the system OFF and unplugging its
power cord from the electrical outlet, contact the authorized
dealer, being sure to provide him or her with the currently
displayed code (Above code).
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Scanner
3.5
Image Processing Functions
Screen Image → Print Image
Description
Auto Masking (1 Frame)
The system masks the black bands that
run along the edges of the image.
Trimming (1 Frame)
The system masks everything but the
center of the image.
Trimming (2 Frames)
*When 11" x 17" (A3) is selected
The system masks the frames
surrounding the center of both images.
*The Manual Frame Masking Kit
(option) is required.
Center Frame
Masking (1 Frame)
The system masks the center of the
image appearing on the screen through
the Manual Masking Panel function.
*The Manual Frame Masking Kit
(option) is required.
Masking (2 Frames)
*When 11" x 17" (A3) is selected
The system masks two areas of the
center of the image appearing on the
screen through the Manual Masking
Panel function.
*The Manual Frame Masking Kit
(option) is required.
Auto Centering
The system generates an image that is
centered on the printed page, from an
image on the screen with a masked
frame.
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Scanner
Screen Image → Print Image
Description
Auto Skew Correction
The unit automatically correct any skew
of the image when printed.
Page-by-Page Print
The system takes two film images that
appear side-by-side on the screen and
prints them on separate 8-1/2" x 11"
(A4) sheets of paper.
Auto Paper Select Print
The system automatically detects either
half-size or full-size film to determine
the size of paper for printing (half-size
film is printed on 8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
paper, full-size film is printed on 11" x
17" (A3)
paper).
Imprint
Time, date, and messages can be
included on printout.
If you would like to use this function, ask
the authorized Technical
Representative.
1234ABCD January 1, 2001
1234ABCD January 1, 2001
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Scanner
3.6
Turning the Power On and Off
Turning ON
1
Press the Power Switch of
the scanner to the ⏐ (ON)
position.
2
Press the Power Switch of
the printer to the ⏐ (ON)
position.
3
The indicators on Control
Panel 1 light up and the
system starts the
initialization operation.
When the Wait Indicator
goes out, the system is ready
for printing.
If you load the film in the film carrier and press the start button
while the printer is warming up, you can scan and memorize the
film image of about 4 pages (Letter or A4 size/600dpi) into this
system.
And then, printer allows that print process to be started as soon
as the printer completes warming up.
At this time, both ends of Exposure Display blink.
If you want to disable this function, ask the authorized Technical
Representative to make change the system setting.
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Scanner
Turning OFF
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1
Press the Power Switch of
(OFF)
the scanner to the
position.
2
Press the Power Switch of the printer to the
(OFF) position.
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Scanner
3.7
Auto Power Save Mode
The unit enters the Auto Power Save mode if it is left to stand idle for a
predetermined period of time. When the unit enters the Auto Power Save
mode, power to the Scanner projection lamp and the printer heater is
automatically shut down to save power consumption.
A User Mode function is available that allows the user to set the time it
takes the unit to enter the Auto Power Save mode. The setting options are
as follows:
• Auto Power Save (15 min.)
• Auto Power Save (30 min.)
• Auto Power Save (60 min.)
NOTE:
The Auto Power Save Mode can also be disabled. Ask the
authorized Technical Representative if you want to disable this
function.
Segments of the Multi-Print Display light up and go out sequentially in the
clockwise direction when the unit is in the Auto Power Save mode.
To let the unit leave the Auto Power Save mode, press any key on the
control panel. At this time, the Scanner projection lamp lights up steadily
and the printer is set into the warm-up condition.
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Scanner
3.8
Printing or Scanning Procedure
Here is an outline of the printing or scanning procedure:
1. Load the film
The procedure for loading film is determined by the type of Film Carrier (optional) that is being
used. Review the Operator's Manual that came with your Film Carrier for more information.
2. Select and replace the Lens → See page 3-22, 3-23.
Select the appropriate lens for the type of film being used and install it in the Scanner.
3. Select the Connection Mode → See page 3-45.
Select either PC connection mode or PR connection mode.
4. Zooming, focusing and image rotation → See page 3-25.
Use the Zooming Ring Dial to frame a desired range of the image on the screen for printing.
Use the Focus keys to sharpen the clarity of the image on the screen.
Use the Image Rotation Knob to orient the image on the screen.
*Press the Auto Skew Correction key to have the skew of the image automatically corrected.
5. Select the paper size → See page 3-29.
Select the appropriate paper size. If both A4 and A3
correct size automatically.
Use Auto (auto paper selection). → See page 3-29.
are loaded, the system can select the
6. Select the print position → See page 3-31.
Use the Print Position key to select between Left, Center or Page-by-Page.
7. Select the image density → See page 3-32.
Use Auto Exposure to automatically determine the optimum image density for the application.
The image density can also be set manually by using the Exposure Adjustment keys (Darker or
Lighter).
8. Enter the number of prints to be made → See page 3-34.
Using the Multi-Print keys (10, 1), enter the number of prints to be made.
9. If required, adjust the image processing functions.
Auto Masking → See page 3-35.
Manual Masking → See page 3-37.
Image Centering → See page 3-41.
10. Press the Start key.
The printing of the image appearing on the screen is initiated
after the Start key is pressed.
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3.9
Selecting a Projection Lens
Projection Lenses come in the following five types. Select the one that
corresponds to the film being used.
Projection Lens Types
1
2
3
4
TYPE1: 7.5x, 7-7.5x
TYPE 2: 9-16x
TYPE 3: 13-27x
TYPE 4: 20-50x
Scanning Size
Film
11"×17" (A3) 8-1/2"×11" (A4)
Half
2
or
3
B4
3-2/3"×8-1/2"
2
2
2
-
35mm
Full
2
1
1
Half
4
3
3
3
or
4
2
2
2
or
3
3
or
4
16mm
Source
Document
Full
3
or
4
60
3
or
4
3
3
or
3
4
3
or
4
4
98
4
325
-
4
4
4
420
-
4
4
-
63
3
or
4
3
3
3
or
4
70
3
or
4
3
3
3
or
4
80
4
3
or
4
3
or
4
4
84
4
3
or
4
3
or
4
4
120
4
3
or
4
3
or
4
4
208
4
4
4
4
270
-
4
4
4
COM
This list shows the standard types of film and the recommended zoom
ratios of lenses to be used with the system printer.
The size and format of one frame of film may vary depending on the
shooting conditions.
Zoom the lens in and out to find the optimum ratio that will fit the scanning
size.
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Scanner
Replacing the Projection Lens
1
Take hold of the Prism
Holder Lever and push it up
to raise the Prism Holder.
2
Pull out the Projection Lens
Unit towards the front of the
Scanner.
3
Slide the new Projection
Lens Unit all the way into the
Scanner along the Lens
Holder Guide.
When the Projection Lens Unit is slid into position, the Scanner
automatically selects the optimum screen brightness according to the type
of lens being used.
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3.11
Positioning the Film Image
Marked on the Screen are the size frame markers that correspond to the
scanning size. Through zooming and image rotation, and by operating the
Film Carrier mounted on the system, position the image on the Screen so
that the image fits in the scanning size.
Size Frame
Screen
11" x 17" or A3 size
8-1/2" x 14" size
8-1/2" x 11" or A4 size
Vertical
Horizontal
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3.12
Scanner
Zooming, Focusing, and Image Rotation
Zooming
1
Turn the Zooming Ring Dial
(blue) to bring the image on
the Screen into the print size
frame.
Focusing
1
Center the image on the
Screen and then press the
AF (Auto Focus) Key to let
the Scanner automatically
bring the image into focus.
* You can use the Focus
(Manual Focus) Keys to
manually adjust the focus
of the image on the
Screen. → See page 3-11.
Image Rotation
1
Turn the Image Rotation
Knob as necessary to turn or
correct the skew of the
image on the Screen.
* When the Image Rotation
Knob is turned while
holding down the Shift
Key, the image quickly
rotates by 90°.
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Focus
AF
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* If the Auto Skew
Correction Key is turned
ON, the system will
automatically correct any
skew of the image when
printed.
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3.13
Scanner
Selecting the Film Type
Auto
1
The system will
automatically determine the
polarity of the film being
used when Auto is selected
with the Film Type key.
Nega/Posi
The system cannot determine the polarity of certain types of film.
Should this occur, the film type should be selected manually.
The system does not detect exterior conditions such as when the
glass surface of the Carrier is dirty or scratched.
Nega (negative film)
1
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If negative film is to be used,
press the Film Type Key to
select Nega.
Nega
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Posi (positive film)
1
If positive film is to be used,
press the Film Type Key to
select Posi.
Posi
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3.14
Scanner
Selecting the Paper Size
Selecting the Paper Size
1
Press the Paper Selection
key to select the desired
print size. Each time the key
is pressed, the system
selects a new paper size
from the currently available
sizes. If the Printer is not
loaded with a desired size of
paper, load paper into the
printer.
Using the Auto Paper Selection Function
When the Paper Feeding Tray is loaded with 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) paper
and the Paper Cassette is loaded with 11" x 17" (A3)
paper, this
function can be used to automatically select the appropriate size of paper
for the current print job.
1
Press the Paper Selection
key so that both the 11" x 17"
(A3)
and 8-1/2" x 11"
(A4) LEDs light up.
2
The system automatically
detects the image area and
prints on 8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
paper for half-size film and
paper
on 11" x 17" (A3)
for full-size film.
Film image
Half
Full
Print image
8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
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11" x 17" (A3)
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The Auto Paper Selection function can be used only for a
and 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) .
combination of 11" x 17" (A3)
The Page-by-Page function cannot be selected when the Auto
Paper Selection capability is being used.
When a 7.5x or 7-7.5x lens is being used, the Auto Paper
Selection function cannot use 11" x 17" (A3) size paper because
of the size of the image area.
When Masking or Trimming has previously been selected, the
system selects 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) if the defined area is less than 81/2" x 11" (A4) size and 11" x 17" (A3) for all other print jobs.
Using the Auto Film Format Selection Function
When the Paper Feeding Tray is loaded with 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) paper
and the Paper Cassette is loaded with 8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
paper, this
function can be used to automatically select the appropriate size of paper
for the current print job.
1
Press the Paper Selection
key so that both the 8-1/2" x
and 8-1/2" x 11"
11" (A4)
(A4) LEDs light up.
2
When the Start key is
pressed, the system
automatically detects the
image area and prints on 81/2" x 11" (A4) paper for
portrait film and on 8-1/2" x
11" (A4)
paper for
landscape film.
Portrait
Landscape
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3.15
Scanner
Selecting the Print Position
Center
1
The system prints the image
that appears in the center of
the screen.
Left
1
The system makes a print of
the image that appears on
the left side of the screen.
Page-by-Page
1
The system prints the
images that appear on both
the left and right sides of the
screen on separate sheets of
8-1/2" x 11" (A4) paper.
Only 8-1/2" x 11" (A4)
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paper can be selected for Page-by-Page.
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3.16
Selecting the Image Density
Using Auto Exposure
1
Press the Exposure Mode
key to select the Auto
Exposure mode.
2
If the Auto Exposure setting
is not satisfactory, press the
appropriate Exposure
Adjustment key, either
Lighter or Darker, to set the
desired image density.
Press Lighter
: to make the image lighter.
Press Darker
: to make the image darker.
Using Manual Exposure
1
Press the Exposure Mode
key and select the Manual
Exposure mode.
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2
Press the appropriate
Exposure Adjustment key,
either Lighter or Darker, to
set the desired image
density.
Press Lighter
: to make the image lighter.
Press Darker
: to make the image darker.
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3.17
Entering the Number of Prints to be Made
NOTE:
This function is only available on the PR mode.
1 to 9
1
Enter the desired number of
prints using the Multiprint
Key "1".
If the "1" key is pressed when "9" is shown on the Multi-Print
Display, the number on the display is incremented by one: 10 →
11 → 12 ...
10 to 99
1
Set the tens digit using the
"10" key.
2
Set the units digit using the
"1" key.
To set "25," press the "10"
key twice and press the "1"
key four times.
Correcting a Number
1
To reset an entry, press the
Clear/Stop key, which resets
the number on the MultiPrint Display to "1."
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3.18
Scanner
Using Auto Masking
The Auto Masking function prevents the frame (non-image area) of a film
image from appearing on the print.
Selecting Auto Masking
1
Press the Auto Masking key
to turn ON this function.
Operating Conditions for Auto Masking
A. The image area of the screen
must provide at least 45mm
horizontally and vertically.
A
B
B. The width of the frame to be
masked must be at least
10mm.
A
B
B
B
If the film image on the screen does not meet the above
requirements, the Auto Masking function will not work properly.
Auto Masking is a frame erasing feature. It cannot remove an
image from in between two separate frames.
A B
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A
C
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3.19
Manual Masking Panels (Option)
1
2
1
3
4
Lengthwise Area Indication Panel
Use to specify the print area in the vertical direction of the image on the
Screen. The system makes a print of the image corresponding to the Area
Keys lit up green. A total of 42 Area Keys are placed at 7-mm intervals.
2
Lengthwise Area Clear Key
Press to clear any print area previously defined in the vertical direction.
3
Crosswise Area Clear Key
Press to clear any print area previously defined in the horizontal direction.
4
Crosswise Area Indication Panel
Use to specify the print area in the horizontal direction of the image on the
Screen. The system makes a print of the image corresponding to the Area
Keys lit up green. A total of 61 Area Keys are placed at 7-mm intervals.
* When 11" x 17" (A3)
and Page-by-Page are selected, all Keys light
up except those on the right and left ends. For your information, the
keys on the right and left ends are invalid for the Manual Masking
Panels intended for use in the metric areas.
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3.20
Scanner
Using Manual Masking
NOTE:
Under the PC mode, the print (scan) area can be defined using the
Manual Masking Panels.
The Trimming and Masking functions cannot be used in the PC
mode.
The optional Manual Masking Kit allows you to specify an area for printing
of the displayed image through two separate features, Trimming and
Masking.
Selecting Trimming
1
Press the Masking key to
(Trimming).
select
2
The lights on the panel light
up according to the currently
selected paper size and print
position.
ON
A4 vertical,
Center
ON
Example: A4 vertical, Center
NOTE:
It is possible to print the area specified by the green lights.
The lights which do not accord with the selected paper size and
the print position may light up just after the Job Program is called
up.
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Defining an Area
1
Define the end points for
both the vertical and
horizontal areas of the
image on the screen using
the green lights on the area
indication panels.
3
4
1
2
The points defining the vertical and horizontal area can be
selected in any order.
Blinking lights on the indication panels indicate an improper
entry of the specified area. Specify the area again.
Defining Two Separate Areas
1
Define the areas to print by
specifying the vertical and
horizontal areas as follows:
2 end points for vertical
4 end points for horizontal
5
6
1
2
3
4
When defining the areas, vertical and horizontal indicators 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, and 6 can be pressed in any order.
If the lights start blinking when the Start key is pressed, it
indicates that the print area defined is not available. Specify the
area again.
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Defining Page-by-Page Print Area
1
Using the vertical and
horizontal points on the Area
Indication Panels, define the
print areas of the image on
the Screen.
5
6
1
2
A
3
4
The horizontal indicator marked A does not light up and cannot
be used for defining an area.
Four different areas cannot be defined on a single page.
If the Area Keys start blinking when the Print key is pressed, it
indicates that the print area defined is not available. Specify the
area again.
Paper size must be 11" x 17" (A3) when defining two areas and
8-1/2" x 11" (A4) when defining Page-by-Page print areas.
Paper can be of any size when defining one area.
The print area once defined is stored in memory for each paper
size and print position. Press the Area Clear Key to clear the area
setting.
Clearing a Defined Print Area
1
Press the Vertical and
Horizontal Area Clear keys
to clear the defined print
area.
1: Vertical Area Clear Key
2: Horizontal Area Clear Key
1
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3
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Selecting Masking
Press the Masking key to select
given area of the image.
(Masking) when you want to mask a
The basic operation for manual Masking is similar to Trimming. Please
refer to the previous procedures on Trimming and defining areas for
instructions on performing manual Masking.
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3.21
Using Centering and Fit
Once the image on the Screen has been either "manually trimmed" or
"auto masked", the Image Centering function moves the image to the
center of the print. The Fit function however, fits the image on the Screen
onto the entire surface of the print.
Screen Image
Print Image
Centering: OFF
Centering: ON
Fit: OFF
Fit: ON
Centering
Fit
Centering
1
Press the Centering/Fit key
to turn ON Centering.
Centering/Fit
Centering/Fit mode cannot be used if
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(Masking) is selected.
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Fit
1
Press the Centering/Fit key
to turn ON Fit.
Centering/Fit
Fit mode cannot be used when the Scanner is connected the PC.
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3.22
Scanner
Using the Cycle Print Mode
This function automatically scans the next image following a preset period
of time. Images are manually loaded onto the Carrier Glass in between
cycles.
This is a system setting that must be entered by an authorized Technical
Representative.
If you want to use the Cycle Print Mode, ask your Tech. Rep. to make the
necessary system setting. Then you can perform the following operations.
NOTE:
This function is only available on the PR mode.
Specifying the interval between scanning operations
1
2
3
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Press the "10" key to change
the value to "A". This
enables the Cycle Print
Mode.
10
1
C
10
1
C
Press the "1" key to change
values.
Each value corresponds to
an interval between
scanning operations as
shown below.
Press the Memory Input key
to store the currently
selected interval setting of
the Cycle Print Mode into the
memory.
Memory
Input Key
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Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Period (sec.)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Operating in the Cycle Print Mode
1
After entering the Cycle Print
Mode, press the Start key to
start.
After the first scanning
operation has finished, the
system will automatically
scan the next image
following a preset period of
time. The system will
continue to operate until the
Cycle Print Mode is
canceled.
The "No. of Copies" value flashes during the "scanning" and "waiting"
operations.
The next scanning job can be started manually by pressing the Start
key before the system automatically initiates the same job.
2
3
To pause an operation
during the Cycle Print Mode,
press the Clear/Stop key
(the "No. of Copies" value
will switch from a flashing
display to a constant
display).
While the pause function is
enabled, it is possible to exit
the Cycle Print Mode by
pressing the Clear/Stop key
a second time (the value
displayed in the "No. of
Copies" display will change
to a "1".)
10
1
C
10
1
C
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3.23
Scanner
Selecting the Connection Mode
The Scanner connection can be selected between PR (connection to the
Printer) and PC (connection to the Personal Computer).
1
Hold down the Shift Key and
the PC/PR Key together for
over one second.
1
PC mode:
When the display is switched from Multi-Print to PC, the connection to
the PC is valid.
PR mode:
When the display is switched from PC to Multi-Print, the connection to
the Printer is valid.
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3.24
Selecting the Resolution
The resolution for scanning (printing) can be selected.
1
Press the Shift Key and the
Resolution Key together.
The present resolution is
displayed.
2
Press the Resolution Key while holding down the Shift Key to set the
resolution.
Connection mode
Resolution
Display
PR mode: MSP 3500 Printer
600 dpi
6H
PR mode: MSP 3000 Printer
400 dpi
4H
600 dpi
6H
200 dpi
2H
300 dpi
3H
400 dpi
4H
600 dpi
6H
800 dpi ∗
8H ∗
PC mode
∗ 800 dpi can only be selected when the vertical length of the scan image
on the screen is less than 220mm.
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3.25
Scanner
Registering the Job Program
The present setting state can be registered in up to 3 program registration
locations (1J, 2J and 3J).
1
Press the Memory Input Key
in the Setting mode. 1J
starts blinking.
To change the program
registration location, press
the 1 Key. The display is
switched in order of 1J → 2J
→ 3J →1J.
Memory Input Key
10
1
2
Select the program registration location (1J, 2J or 3J), and press the
Memory Input Key again.
3
When all LEDs on the control panel light up and then the normal
display is resumed, the program registration is over.
The program can be registered up to 3 programs for the PR
connection and up to 3 programs for the PC connection.
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3.26
Calling the Job Program
The registered Job program can be called.
1
Press the Shift Key and the
Job Recall Key together.
2
Each time the Job Recall Key is pressed while the Shift Key is held
down, the display is switched in order of 1J → 2J → 3J.
3
When the desired setting is displayed, unhand the keys.
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3.27
Scanner
Using the Electrical Zoom
In addition to the zooming by the Lens, the Electrical Zoom function has
been provided for magnifying the image when it is printed.
NOTE:
This function is only available on the RP mode.
Zoom +
When the Zoom+ key is pressed
together with the Shift Key, the
magnification is increased by an
increment of 0.01X (up to
2.00X).
Zoom When the Zoom- key is pressed
together with the Shift Key, the
magnification is decreased by a
decrement of 0.01X (down to
0.50X).
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The Zoom magnification is displayed in the Multi-Print Display to 3
decimal places.
The Zoom magnification level is displayed in the Exposure Display.
Example:When the magnification is 0.50x, it is displayed as 50.
When the magnification is 1.50x, it is displayed as 150.
When the Zoom magnification is changed, the display is made in
the Multi-Print Display as follows.
When it is returned to the standard magnification, this display goes
off.
When the Zoom function is used, the Multi-Print can be set only up
to 9.
Skip of magnification
Hold down the 10 Key and the
Zoom+ Key or the Zoom- Key
together, the magnification skips
as follows.
Inch Area
Metric Area
Magnification
Size
Magnification
Size
0.50
minimum
0.50
minimum
0.65
11" x 17" → 8-1/2" x 11"
0.71
A3 → A4
0.77
11" x 17" → 8-1/2" x 11"
0.82
B4 → A4
0.79
8-1/2" x 14" → 8-1/2" x 11"
0.86
A3 → B4
1.00
full
1.00
full
1.27
8-1/2" x 11" → 8-1/2" x 14"
1.15
B4 → A3
1.29
8-1/2" x 11" → 11" x 17"
1.22
A4 → B4
1.55
8-1/2" x 11" → 11" x 17"
1.41
A4 → A3
2.00
maximum
2.00
maximum
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Scanner
Clearing the Zoom magnification
When the Zoom clr key is held
down together with the Shift Key
for over one second, the
standard magnification (1.00x)
is resumed.
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3.28
Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen
The illumination of the screen can be adjusted.
1
Press the Illumination Key to
adjust the illumination of the
screen.
The screen is gradually
darkened until it is turned
OFF. When any key is
pressed, the illumination
returns to the maximum
level.
2
When the illuminance of the
screen is dark, hold down
the Shift Key and the
Illuminance Key together.
The illuminance of the
screen is gradually lightened
until maximum level.
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3.29
Scanner
Replacing the Projection Lamp
Use the following procedure to replace the Projection Lamp whenever a
reduction in brightness on the screen is detected or whenever the lamp
burns out. Make sure that the replacement lamp is specified for use with
this scanner.
If the Projection Lamp should burn out during a print operation, an L2 code
will appear and the print job will stop (a blank piece of paper may be output
depending upon the stage of the job).
Once the system detects that the Projection Lamp has burnt out, the scan
job will be cancelled. If the system is operating in the Cycle Print Mode,
the scanning operation will stop.
1
Turn the Power Switch OFF.
CAUTION
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§
NEVER touch the lamp with bare hands just after operation or
immediately after turning it OFF.
Wait for at least 10 minutes after shutting the power OFF to allow the
lamp to cool down as it becomes very hot during use.
2
Slide out the Projection
Lamp Unit.
3
Scanner
3
Remove the Projection
Lamp, together with the
Lamp Socket, from the
Projection Lamp Unit.
4
Unplug the Projection Lamp
from the Lamp Socket.
5
Insert a new Projection
Lamp so that the mark on its
base is facing upwards.
Make sure that the new
Projection Lamp is inserted
securely so that there is no
gap between the Projection
Lamp and the Lamp Socket.
Mark
CAUTION
§
Do not touch the reflector mirror surface of the Projection Lamp.
Fingerprints, smudges or debris should be wiped clean with a soft, dry
cloth.
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6
Insert the Projection Lamp
all the way into the Lamp
Holder of the Projection
Lamp Unit.
7
Slide the Projection Lamp
Unit securely back into
place.
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MSP 3500 Printer
4.1
Parts of the Printer
1
Top Cover Release Lever:
Use to open the Top Cover.
2
Output Tray Extension:
When printing in paper B4 or larger, fold open.
3
Power Indicator:
Light indicates when the Printer is turned ON.
4
Power Switch:
Use to turn the Printer ON and OFF.
5
Paper Guides:
Slide the guides to secure the paper stack.
6
Paper Feeding Tray:
Capable of holding up to 200 sheets of standard-size
paper ranging from 8-1/2" × 11" (A4) to 11" × 17" (A3)
paper.
7
Paper Cassette:
Capable of holding up to 500 sheets of standard-size
paper ranging from 5-1/2" × 8-1/2" (B5) to 11" × 17"
(A3)
paper.
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MSP 3500 Printer
8
Interface Connectors:
Facilitates connections for the Scanner.
The Printer has two connectors to facilitate connection
with two separate Scanner units.
9
Power Cord Socket:
The power cord is plugged into this socket.
10 Top Cover:
Open to replace the Toner Cartridge and to clear misfed
sheets of paper.
11 Image Transfer Roller:
Transfers the image onto the sheet of paper.
Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands.
12 Fusing Unit:
Permanently fixes the image onto the sheet of paper.
13 Toner Cartridge:
Where the image is generated for transfer onto the
sheet of paper.
Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands.
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4.2
4
Paper Specifications
Use only the following types of paper:
●
Type
Plain and recycled paper (weight 16 to 24 lbs. / 60 to 90 g/m2)
●
Size
Standard sizes: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 14", A3, A4.
●
Capacity
Paper Feeding Tray:
8-1/2" x 11", 11" x 8-1/2", 8-1/2" x 14", 11" x 17" (or A3, A4)
plain and recycled paper
Up to 250 sheets
Paper Cassette:
11" x 8-1/2", 8-1/2" x 14", 11" x 17" (or A3, A4)
plain and recycled paper
Up to 500 sheets
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4
4.3
MSP 3500 Printer
Set the Paper
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray
1
Open the paper feeding tray.
2
Fan a stack of paper.
3
Align the edges of the paper,
and then load it with its
printing-side up. Often, an
arrow on the paper package
label indicates the printingside of the media.
Attention
Do not load paper above the
fill limit mark on the inside
left of the tray, or it may not
feed correctly.
The paper feeding tray holds
approximately 200 sheets of
20 lb bond (75 g/m2) paper.
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4
4
While pressing the button on
the right side of the media
guide ➀, slide the media
guide to adjust it ➁.
Attention
Make sure the paper fit
easily between the guides.
Improperly adjusted guides
may cause poor print quality,
paper jams, or printer
damage.
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Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette
4-6
1
Pull out the paper cassette
until it stops.
2
While pressing the release
buttons (one on each side)
➀, remove the paper
cassette ➁.
3
Remove the cassette cover.
MSP 3500 Printer
4
Lift up the gray lever on the
right end of the paper
retainer ➀, and then slide the
paper retainer to the right ➁.
5
Lift up on the left end of the
paper retainer to remove it.
6
Insert the right end of the
paper retainer ➀ into the slot
for the size of paper to be
loaded ➁.
4
The paper size detected
depending on the position of
the paper retainer. Correctly
position the paper retainer
according to the size of
paper to be loaded.
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7
Slide the paper retainer to
the left ➀, and then press
down on the gray lever ➁ to
secure the paper retainer.
Attention
Make sure the paper retainer
is seated properly.
8
Align the four edges of the paper, and then load the paper printing side
up.
Do not load paper on this side.
Long-edge Feed Examples
Short-edge Feed Examples
Letter, A4 and B5
Ledger, Legal, A3 and B4
A maximum of 500 sheets (20 lb pond [75g/m2] plain paper) can be
loaded.
If paper is loaded past the triangular mark, it may not be fed correctly.
9
Press in the button on the
paper guide ➀, and then
slide the guide against the
edge of the paper ➁.
Attention
The paper should fit easily
between the guides.
Improperly adjusted guides
may cause poor print quality,
paper jams, or printer
damage.
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10
Install the cassette cover.
11
Install the paper cassette,
inserting as far as possible
into the printer.
12
When printing on paper B4
or larger, fold open the
output tray extension.
13
Affix the paper size labels
(supplied with the printer)
to the paper cassette in
order to indicate the size of
loaded paper.
4
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4
4.4
MSP 3500 Printer
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
1
Slide the top cover release
lever to the right ➀, and
open the top cover ➁.
Attention
Never touch the copper or brass electrodes ➀ or electrical parts that
are located inside the top cover and underneath the toner cartridge, as
a printer malfunction can result.
Be careful not to touch ➁ around the image transfer roller (touching
certain parts in this area may result in reduced print quality) or ➂
around the fusing unit (since the inside reaches temperatures of about
392 °F (200 °C), touching any part in this area may result in burns).
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2
Remove the used toner
cartridge.
3
Remove the new toner cartridge from its protective box.
4
Peel off the packing tape.
4
Attention
Hold the toner cartridge by
its handle ➀. Do not open
the protective cover ➁ of the
OPC (the green area ➂) or
allow anything to come in
contact with the OPC. It is
extremely sensitive to hand
oils and scratches, both of
which reduce print quality.
This type of damage is not
covered by your warranty.
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5
Slowly shake the toner
cartridge, tilting it to the left
and right 7 or 8 times to
distribute the toner.
The toner is nontoxic. If you
get toner on your hands,
wash them in cool water and
mild neutral detergent. If you
get toner on your clothes,
lightly dust them off as much
as possible. If some toner
remains on your clothes,
use cool, not hot, water to
rinse the toner off, provided
your clothing is washable.
WARNING
4-12
§
If you get toner in your eyes, wash it out immediately with cool water
and consult a doctor.
6
Align the tabs on the
cartridge (one on each side)
with the notches in the
printer, and then insert the
cartridge as far as possible
into its compartment.
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7
4
Close the top cover, pushing
it down until it locks into
place.
Attention
Do not transport the printer
with the toner cartridge
installed. If toner spills within
the printer, decreased print
quality may result or the
printer may be damaged.
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4.5
MSP 3500 Printer
Replacing the Exhaust Filter
The exhaust filter on the back of the printer is replaced when you replace
a toner cartridge.
How do I replace the exhaust filter?
1
Remove the used exhaust
filter.
Dispose of it according to
your local regulations.
2
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Remove the new filter from
its box and insert it into
place.
4
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4.6
When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code:
The size or the direction of the paper loaded in the paper tray does not
match that set for the tray.
Load the paper of the set size in the set direction and then open and close
the Upper Unit.
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code:
A misfeed has occurred in the Printer. Clear the sheet of misfed paper by
following the procedure given below.
CAUTION
§
The Fusing Unit inside the printer becomes very hot during operation.
To avoid a burn, be very careful not to touch it.
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Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray
4-16
1
Remove all paper from the
paper feeding tray.
2
Pull out the misfed paper.
3
Correctly load the paper into
the paper feeding tray.
4
If necessary, open and close
the top cover to cancel
Misfeed Code.
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4
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette
1
Pull out the cassette until it
stops.
2
While pressing in the release
buttons (one on each side),
remove the cassette.
3 Pull out the misfeed paper.
Make sure no paper remains
under the roller in the
casette.
4
lf the misfeed paper cannot
easily be pulled out, lift the
green lever ➀ on the innerright side to release the
paperfeed roller, and then
pull out the paper ➁. After
removing the misfed paper,
be sure to return the green
lever to its original position
➂. Do not use force to
remove jammed paper.
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5
Install, the cassette, inserting
it as far as possible into the
printer.
Check that the paper
remaining in the cassette is
loaded correctly before
installing the cassette.
Make sure no paper remains
mjsfeed under the roller in
the cassette.
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MSP 3500 Printer
4
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer
1
Open the top cover.
Attention
Never touch the copper or brass electrodes ➀ or electrical parts that
are located inside the top cover and underneath the toner cartridge, as
a printer malfunction can result.
Be careful not to touch ➁ around the image transfer roller (touching
certain parts in this area may result in reduced print quality) or ➂
around the fusing unit (since the inside reaches temperatures of about
392 °F (200 °C), touching any part in this area may result in burns).
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2
Remove the toner cartridge
and store it in a light-free
protective bag.
3
If the paper is stopped by the
fuser, lift the green levers on
each side, and then slowly
pull out the paper from the
roller.
Attention
Do not pull out the paper
from above the roller;
otherwise, decreased print
quality may result.
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4
After removing the misfeed
paper, lower the two levers.
5
Open the paper feed roller
cover.
MSP 3500 Printer
6
Pull out the jammed paper.
7
Close the paper feed roller
Cover.
8
Align, the, tabs on the toner
cartridge (one on each side)
with the notches in the
printer, and then insertthe
cartridge as far as possible.
4
Attention
Do not touch the rollers or
gears within the printer;
otherwise, the printer may
be damaged.
9
Close the top cover.
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MSP 3500 Printer
Clearing a Misfeed from output bin
1
2
4-22
Remove the paper from the output bin.
If necesssary, gently pull out any paper thats is still jammed.
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MSP 3000 Printer
5
MSP 3000 Printer
5.1
Parts of the Printer
1 Upper Unit Lock Release Lever: Use to open the Upper Unit.
2 Power Indicator:
Light indicates when the Printer is turned ON.
3 Print Tray:
Prints are output from the Printer, face down onto this
tray which can hold up to 500 sheets of standard paper.
4 Paper Guides:
Slide the guides to secure the paper stack.
5 Paper Feeding Tray:
Capable of holding up to 150 sheets of standard-size
paper ranging from 8-1/2" × 11" (A4) to 11" × 17" (A3)
paper.
6 Cassette 1:
Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size
paper ranging from 5-1/2" × 8-1/2" (B5) to 11" × 17"
(A3)
paper.
7 Cassette 2:
(Option)
Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size
paper ranging from 5-1/2" × 8-1/2" (B5) to 11" × 17"
(A3)
paper.
8 Power Switch:
Use to turn the Printer ON and OFF.
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Upper Unit:
Open to replace the Imaging Cartridge and to clear misfed
sheets of paper.
10 Image Transfer Roller: Transfers the image onto the sheet of paper. Be careful to avoid
touching it with your bare hands.
11 Fusing Unit:
Permanently fixes the image onto the sheet of paper.
12 Interface Connectors:
Facilitates connections for the Scanner.
The Printer has two connectors to facilitate connection with two
separate Scanner units.
13 Imaging Cartridge:
Where the image is generated for transfer onto the sheet of
paper.
Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands.
14 Seal:
Remove the seal before installing the new cartridge.
15 Power Cord Socket:
The power cord is plugged into this socket.
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5.2
Paper Specifications
Use only the following types of paper:
Type
Plain and recycled paper (weight 16 to 24 lbs. / 60 to 90 g/m2)
Size
Standard sizes: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 11", 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", A3, A4, B4, B5.
Capacity
Paper Feeding Tray: 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) to 11" x 17" (A3)
plain and
recycled paper: Up to 150 sheets
Paper Cassette: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" (B5) to 11" x 17" (A3)
plain and
recycled paper: Up to 250 sheets
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5.3
MSP 3000 Printer
Set the Paper
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray
5-4
1
Swing down the Paper
Feeding Tray.
2
Fan the paper stack
thoroughly and align the
edges.
3
Load the paper stack face
up in the tray and adjust the
Paper Guides to secure the
paper stack.
§
Make sure that the paper
stack does not exceed the
Maximum Level Indicator.
§
Load a new paper stack
only after the old one has
run out.
4
Close the Paper Feeding
Tray.
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5
Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette
1
Pull the cassette out of the
Printer and open the Cover.
2
Press down the Paper
Lifting Plate until it locks.
Fan the paper stack
thoroughly, align the edges,
and place the paper in the
cassette.
3
Secure the paper stack in
the Paper Cassette with the
Paper Guides.
§
Make sure that the paper
stack does not exceed the
Maximum Level Indicator.
§
Load a new paper stack
only after the old one has
run out.
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4
5-6
Close the Cover and insert
the cassette into the Printer.
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5.4
5
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
1
Open the Upper Unit by
pulling the Upper Unit Lock
Release Lever forward.
§
Push the Print Tray in
before opening the Upper
Unit.
2
Remove the old Imaging
Cartridge from the printer.
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3
Take a new Imaging
Cartridge out of the box.
Holding it with both hands,
shake it well in the directions
indicated by the arrows.
4
Remove the seal from the
Imaging Cartridge by pulling
it steadily straight out.
5
Shake the Imaging
Cartridge four or five more
times as shown to evenly
distribute the toner inside.
6
Slide the pins located on
both sides of the Imaging
Cartridge into the grooves of
the printer as shown and
gently push the Imaging
Cartridge securely into
place.
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5
Close the Upper Unit.
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5.5
MSP 3000 Printer
When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code:
The size or the direction of the paper loaded in the paper tray does not
match that set for the tray.
Load the paper of the set size in the set direction and then open and close
the Upper Unit.
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code:
A misfeed has occurred in the Printer. Clear the sheet of misfed paper by
following the procedure given below.
CAUTION
§
The Fusing Unit inside the printer becomes very hot during operation.
To avoid a burn, be very careful not to touch it.
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray
5-10
1
Open the Upper Unit by
pulling the Upper Unit Lock
Release Lever forward.
§
Push the Print Tray in
before opening the Upper
Unit.
2
Remove the Imaging
Cartridge.
§
Be sure to cover the
Imaging Cartridge with a
heavy cloth to protect it from
light when it is removed
from the Printer.
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3
Remove the sheet(s) of
paper that caused the
misfeed from the Paper
Feeding Tray.
4
Check that no misfed paper
is left in the Printer and then
reinstall the Imaging
Cartridge.
5
Close the Upper Unit.
5
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Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette
5-12
1
Open the Upper Unit by
pulling the Upper Unit Lock
Release Lever forward.
§
Push the Print Tray in
before opening the Upper
Unit.
2
Remove the Imaging
Cartridge.
§
Be sure to cover the
Imaging Cartridge with a
heavy cloth to protect it from
light when it is removed
from the Printer.
3
Pull out the cassette and
remove the sheet(s) of
paper that caused the
misfeed as shown.
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4
Check that no misfed paper
is left in the Printer and then
reinstall the Imaging
Cartridge.
5
Close the Upper Unit.
5
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer
1
Open the Upper Unit by
pulling the Upper Unit Lock
Release Lever forward.
§
Push the Print Tray in
before opening the Upper
Unit.
2
Remove the Imaging
Cartridge.
§
Be sure to cover the
Imaging Cartridge with a
heavy cloth to protect it from
light when it is removed
from the Printer.
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3
If the misfeed occurred
before the sheet of paper
entered the Fusing Unit,
gently pull the misfed sheet
up and out as shown.
4
If the misfeed occurred after
the sheet of paper entered
the Fusing Unit, gently pull
the misfed sheet toward you
and out as shown.
§
Since the toner has not yet
been fixed onto the sheet of
paper, be careful not to soil
your hands or clothes when
pulling out the misfed sheet.
§
Do not remove the misfeed
by pulling on the sheet of
paper toward the output end
of the Fusing Unit as shown.
5
Reinstall the Imaging Unit
and close the Upper Unit.
6
Troubleshooting
6
Troubleshooting
6.1
Solving Irregular Printing Problems
Use the following procedures to fix minor printing problems. If print quality
does not improve after implementing the procedures below, contact your
Technical Representative.
Cause
Action
Light image
Print density is not
properly set.
Change the print density
setting as necessary.
Toner in the Imaging
Cartridge is running
out.
Replace the Imaging
Cartridge with a new
one.
Print density is not
properly set.
Change the print density
setting as necessary.
The paper in the tray
is damp.
Replace the damp paper with fresh, dry paper.
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
Symptom
Dark image
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
Partial void image
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
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Troubleshooting
Cause
Action
Uneven image density
Toner in the Imaging
Cartridge is not evenly distributed.
Remove the Imaging
Cartridge, shake it several times and replace.
The Printer has malfunctioned.
Contact your Technical
Representative.
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
Symptom
Blank print
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Maintenance
7
Maintenance
7.1
System Care
7
The system should be cleaned on a daily basis for optimal operating
conditions.
Cleaning the Scanner Screen
1
With a damp cloth, clean
and remove any dust or
debris from the surface of
the Screen.
CAUTION
§
NEVER use alcohol or any other solvent when cleaning to avoid
causing damage to the Screen or erasing the frame size markers.
Outer Covers
1
Dust the exterior panels of
the Scanner with a soft, dry
cloth.
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7
Maintenance
Carrier Glass (Option)
7-2
1
With a damp cloth, clean
and remove any dust or
debris from the surface of
the Carrier Glass.
§
Before cleaning the Carrier
Glass, be sure to remove
the Projection Lens from the
Scanner.
2
To open the Carrier Glass,
pull the handle of the
Microfiche Holder. Following
the same procedure
described in Step 1, wipe
the inner surfaces of the
Carrier Glass.
7
Maintenance
Cleaning the System Printer (Option)
Clean the Printer at regular intervals.
Cleaning the MSP 3500 Printer
When does the printer need cleaning?
Clean this item thoroughly...
After...
Exterior
Once a month or as needed, whichever
comes first.
Interior (paper feed rollers)
Paper stops being fed from the paper
tray(s).
Note: We recommend that you do not clean elsewhere inside the printer.
If necessary, contact the authorized dealer.
What cleaning materials should I use?
Exterior⎯Use
Exterior⎯Avoid
A soft dry cloth to clean the control
panel.
Sharp or rough implements (such as
wire or plastic cleaning pads or
brushes); liquids.
A soft, wrung-out damp cloth to clean
the outside of the printer.
Aerosol or pump-sprayed cleaners; too
much dampness in the cloth.
Mild neutral detergent to clean the
outside of the printer, if necessary.
Abrasive or corrosive solutions that
contain solvents (such as alcohol,
benzine, or thinners).
Interior Paper Feed Rollers⎯Use
Interior⎯Avoid
A soft dry clean cloth.
Sharp or rough implements (such as
wire or plastic cleaning pads or
brushes); any liquids.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Printer Exterior
ATTENTION
§
Never spray cleaning solution directly on the printer’s surface; the
spray could penetrate through the air vents of the printer and damage
the internal circuits.
Cleaning the Printer Interior
Make sure any parts removed during cleaning are replaced before you
plug in the printer.
WARNING
7-4
§
Turn off the printer, unplug the power cord, and disconnect all interface
cables before cleaning.
§
Do not spill water or detergent into the printer; otherwise the printer will
be damaged and an electric shock may occur.
§
Read all caution and warning labels carefully, making sure to follow
any instructions contained in them. These labels are located on the
printer’s interior.
Maintenance
7
Paper Pickup Rollers
The printer’s pickup rollers contain a sensor to detect the density of media
passing by.
How do I clean the paper feeding tray pickup rollers?
1
Turn off the printer.
2
Open the top cover.
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7
Maintenance
Attention
Never touch the copper or brass electrodes ➀ or electrical parts that
are located inside the top cover and underneath the toner cartridge, as
a printer malfunction can result.
Be careful not to touch ➁ around the image transfer roller (touching
certain parts in this area may result in reduced print quality) or ➂
around the fusing unit (since the inside reaches temperatures of about
392 °F (200 °C), touching any part in this area may result in burns).
3
7-6
Remove the toner cartridge
and store it in a lightprotected bag.
7
Maintenance
4
Open the paper feed roller
cover.
Cover
5
Wipe the two paper feed
rollers with a soft, dry cloth.
Paper feed rollers
6
Close the paper feed roller
cover.
7
Align the tabs on the
cartridge (one on each side)
with the notches in the
printer, and then insert the
cartridge as far as possible
into its compartment.
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7
Maintenance
8
Close the top cover.
9
Turn on the printer.
How do I clean the paper cassette pickup rollers?
When the sensor gets dirty or dusty, print quality is degraded.
1
7-8
Pull the paper cassette out
of the printer until it stops.
Maintenance
2
Remove the paper cassette.
3
Wipe the pickup roller with a
soft dry cloth.
4
Reinsert the paper cassette
into the printer.
7
7-9
7
Maintenance
Cleaning the MSP 3000 Printer
CAUTION
7-10
§
Use a soft cloth and NEVER use abrasives or corrosive detergents.
1
Before cleaning the Printer, turn OFF the power and unplug the cord
from the power outlet.
2
Clean the exterior panels
with a soft, dry cloth.
§
A damp cloth and a mild
home detergent can be
used for heavier cleaning.
8
Miscellaneous
8
Miscellaneous
This chapter details the system specifications and initial settings as well
as provides some useful tips for caring for the unit.
8.1
Specifications
Specifications
Type:
Desk-Top Type Microfilm Scanner
Type of Film:
Microfiche, Jackets, Aperture Cards, 16mm & 35mm Roll Film,
16mm Film Cartridges.
Magnification:
7.5x, 9x-16x, 13x-27x, 20x-50x
Screen:
12" x 17-1/4" (303mm x 440mm)
Image Rotation:
Prism Rotation, Carrier Rotation (Fiche Carrier)
Scanning Method:
Scanning/Scanning direction: CCD scanning
Scanning/Feeding direction: Mirror scanning
Exposure Control:
Automatic & Manual
Light Source:
Halogen Lamp (DC20V 150W DDL Type)
Power Requirement:
120VAC (60Hz) or 220-240VAC (50-60Hz)
Power Consumption:
Less than 350W
Auto Power Save Mode: Less than 6W (120V areas)
Less than 8W (220V areas)
Dimensions:
22"(W) x 30"(D) x 33-1/2"(H) or 560(W) x 760(D) x 853(H) mm
Weight:
143-1/4 lbs. (65kg)
Standard Accessories:
Power Cord, Printer cable, Prism Unit,
User’s Guide (this manual)
Options:
Projection Lenses, Fiche Carrier 5, Universal Carrier UC-2,
Roll Film Carrier 15A/15M, MARS MINI CONTROLLER 2,
Manual Frame Masking Unit, Auto Focus Unit, AF Lens
Modification Kit, Foot Switch Kit, Grayscale Memory Board,
USB Interface Kit (for except USA/Canada area),
PC Interface Kit
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Miscellaneous
PC Mode
Specifications
Resolution:
200, 300, 400, 600, 800 dpi
Output Scale:
Binary, Grayscale (Option)
PC Interface:
USB2.0 Hi-Speed
Standard: USA and Canada area
Option: except USA and Canada area
SCSI-2 (Option)
Scanning Speed:
5 sec./1 frame scanning (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 Vertical/400 dpi/AE)
4 sec./Multi-frame scanning (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 Vertical/400 dpi/AE)
PR Mode: MSP 3500 Printer
Specifications
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Resolution:
600 dpi
Output Scale:
Binary
Printing Method:
Laser Electrostatic
Developing System:
Super Micro-Toning (Super-MT) System
Print Size:
11" x 17"
, 11" x 8-1/2"
or
A3
, A4
, A4
Warm-up Time:
Less than 70 seconds
First Print Time:
19.0 seconds (11" x 17"
or A3
, 600dpi, AE)
16.5 seconds (8-1/2" x 11"
or A4 , 600dpi, AE)
Print Speed:
18.5 sheets per minute (11" x 17"
34 sheets per minute (8-1/2" x 11"
Multiple Printing:
1-99 sheets (LED countdown identification)
Paper Supply:
Automatic Feeding Supply
Paper Feeding Tray (200 sheets max.)
Paper Cassette (500 sheets max.)
Printer’s Power
Consumption:
Less than 1100 W
Printer’s Dimensions:
21.2"(W) x 22.2"(D) x 17"(H) or 539(W) x 566(D) x 423(H) mm
Printer’s Weight:
71-3/4 lbs. (32.5kg) <Including Toner Cartridge>
, 8-1/2" x 11"
or A3
or A4
, 8-1/2" x 14"
, 600dpi)
, 600dpi)
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Miscellaneous
PR Mode : MSP 3000 Printer
Specifications
Resolution:
400, 600 dpi
Printing Method:
Laser Electrostatic
Developing System:
Fine Micro-Toning (Fine-MT) System
Print Size:
11" x 17"
, 11" x 8-1/2"
or
A3
, A4
, A4
Warm-up Time:
Less than 70 seconds
First Print Time:
15.2 seconds (11" x 17"
13 seconds (8-1/2" x 11"
Print Speed:
15 sheets per minute (11" x 17"
or A3
, 400dpi)
20 sheets per minute (8-1/2" x 11"
or A4 , 400dpi)
Multiple Printing:
1-99 sheets (LED countdown identification)
Paper Supply:
Automatic Feeding Supply
Paper Feeding Tray (150 sheets max.)
Paper Cassette 1 (250 sheets max.)
Paper Cassette 2 (250 sheets max.): Option
Printer’s Power
Consumption:
Less than 750W
Printer’s Dimensions:
22"(W) x 20-1/2"(D) x 16"(H) or 561(W) x 521(D) x 409(H) mm
Printer’s Weight:
67-3/4 lbs. (28kg) <Including Imaging Cartridge>
, 8-1/2" x 11"
or A3
or A4
, 8-1/2" x 14"
, 400dpi, AE)
, 400dpi, AE)
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
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8.2
Miscellaneous
Initial Settings
This system offers three types of settings: the user settings that are made
by the user on the control panel, the settings that are made by the user
using with the User Mode, and the system settings that are made by the
authorized dealer.
User Settings on the Control Panel
User Settings
Initial Setting
Exposure mode
Auto
Print image density
Center
Paper Selection
A4 (Letter)
Film type
Auto
Auto Skew Correction
OFF
Auto Masking
OFF
Manual Masking
⎯
Centering/Fit
OFF
Print Position
Center
Print Mode
Text
Resolution
600 dpi
MSP 3500 Printer
400 dpi
MSP 3000 Printer
Electrical zoom
magnification
Remark
See page 8-9, U4: Paper Feeding Tray Size.
Enabled only when the Manual Frame
Masking Kit (option) is mounted.
1.00
* When any of these functions has been changed and you want to
store that new setting in the system’s memory, press the Memory
Input Key.
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User Mode
User mode allows the default values of various functions to be set or
changed as necessary.
Setting these default values according to the need of the user saves labor
in making settings again each time the power is turned ON or Panel Reset
is activated.
Display
Function Name
Description
U1
Special Print Mode
Not available.
U2
Engineering Enhancement
Mode
Corrects slight image distortion occurring in
the scan direction.
U3
Auto Power Save
Used to set the time it takes the unit to be automatically set into the Auto Power Save
mode.
U4
Paper Feeding Tray Size
Used to set the size and direction of the paper
loaded in the Paper Feeding Tray.
U5
Imprint Position Setting
Used to turn ON or OFF the Date Print and
Character Overlay functions, and to set the
date print position for the Date Print function.
U6
Year, Month and Date Set Mode
Used to set the print pattern for the Date Print
function.
U7
Imprint Mode Set
Used to correct the time-of-day for the Date
Print function when it becomes wrong.
U8
Total Scan Counter
Used to display the number of scan sequences carried out by the Scanner
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Entering and Leaving the User Mode
1
Hold down the Shift key and Paper Selection key at the same time for
0.5 sec.
The Multi-Print Display displays a “U.”
Paper Selection
11×17
81/2 ×11
81/2 ×11
C
Shift
User Mode
2
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
specific function.
Darker
Lighter
3
Pressing the Darker key selects the function in the following
order: U → U1→ U2 → U3 .. → U8.
Pressing the Lighter key selects the function in the following
order: U8 → U7→ U6 → U5 .. → U.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d(*).
*: Current setting value
Auto
4
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
specific setting value.
Darker
Lighter
8-6
Pressing the Darker key selects the setting value in the
following order: d0→ d1 ..
Pressing the Lighter key selects the setting value in the
following order: d5→ d4 ....d0
5
Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
If the Exposure Mode key is pressed, the setting value is not validated
and the User mode initial screen (U) appears.
If a new function is to be set, start the procedure over beginning with
step 2.
6
Press the Clear key.
This lets you leave the User mode, returning back to the ordinary
mode.
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Settings in Each User Mode Function
U1: Special Print Mode
This function is not available.
U2: Engineering Enhancement Mode
Slight image distortion occurring in the scan direction can be corrected
with this function.
Before Correction
1
2
3
After Correction
Select U2 in the User mode.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*.
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
desired setting value.
4 Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE:
This setting returns to the default value when the Power Switch
is turned OFF.
You can register the setting value using with the Job Program.
See p. 3-45.
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Code
Setting Value
d0
0mm
d1
0.5mm
d2
1.0mm
d3
1.5mm
d4
2.0mm
d5
2.5mm
d6
3.0mm
d7
3.5mm
d8
4.0mm
Initial Setting
*
U3: Auto Power Save
Time it takes the unit to be automatically set into the Power Save mode
can be set.
8-8
1
2
3
Select U3 in the User mode.
4
Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*.
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
desired setting value.
Code
Setting Value
Initial Setting
d1
Auto Power Save (15 min.)
*
d2
Auto Power Save (30 min.)
d3
Auto Power Save (60 min.)
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U4: Paper Feeding Tray Size
The size and direction of the paper loaded in the Paper Feeding Tray can
be set with this function.
1
2
3
Select U4 in the User mode.
4
Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*.
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
desired setting value.
Code
Setting Value
Initial Setting
d0
Letter (A4)
*
d1
Letter (A4)
d2
Ledger (A3)
d3
Legal
d3: USA and Canada only
U5: Imprint Position Setting
The Date Print and Character Overlay functions can be set to turn ON or
OFF, and the date print position of the Date Print function can be set with
this function.
The date print position of Date Print is that set on the screen, regardless
of the paper feeding direction in the printer.
On the Screen
d2
d4
Printer Output
d2
Feeding Direction
(crosswise feeding)
d1
d3
d2
d4
Feeding Direction
(lengthwise feeding)
d3
d4
1
2
d1
d1
d3
Select U5 in the User mode.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*.
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3
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
desired setting value.
4
Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
Code
Setting Value
Initial Setting
d0
Turns OFF Date Print and Character Overlay functions
*
d1
Date Print function (upper right)
d2
Date Print function (lower right)
d3
Date Print function (upper left)
d4
Date Print function (lower left)
d5
Character Overlay function (*)
(*) A personal computer and an I/F kit are necessary only when the
overlay data is transmitted to the scanner.
U6: Year, Month and Date Set Mode
The print pattern for the Date Print function can be set with this function.
1
2
3
Select U6 in the User mode.
4
Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*.
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the
desired setting value.
Code
Print Pattern
d0
Year, month, day (2004.05.15)
d1
Month day year (05 15 2004)
* (120V)
d2
Day month year (15 05 2004)
* (200V)
d3
Month, day Hours:minutes (05.15 13:45)
Year: 4 digits of dominical year
Month: 2 digits
Day: 2 digits
Hour: 2 digits (24-hour system)
Minutes: 2 digits
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Initial Setting
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U7: Imprint Mode Set
Time-of-day can be corrected for the Date Print function when it becomes
wrong.
1
2
Select U7 in the User mode.
When the Exposure Mode key is pressed, both the Exposure Display
and Multi-Print Display light up steadily.
In the initial condition, the year default setting is displayed.
Each time the Darker key is pressed, the lit Exposure Display moves
upward to select the currently validated setting mode in the following
order: month → day → hours → minutes.
Each time the Lighter key is pressed, on the other hand, the lit Exposure
Display moves downward to select a setting mode.
(Year)
(Month)
(Day)
(Hour)
(Minute)
3
In each setting mode, press the Multi-Print key to enter the setting
value. Each press of the Multi-Print key increases the setting value.
When the value exceeds the maximum setting of the selected mode,
it returns to “00” or “01” (month, day).
4
When the settings of all modes are completed, press the Start key to
validate the time-of-day setting.
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U8: Total Scan Counter
The number of scan sequences carried out by the Scanner can be
displayed with this function.
1
2
Select U8 in the User mode.
Press the Start key.
The number of scan sequences so far carried out by the Scanner is
displayed.
The following display represents that the scan count is 24,612.
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System Settings by the dealer
System Settings
Description
Selection
Initial Setting
Auto reset
Setting changes made to the control
panel that are not used within 60 seconds of being input are automatically
cancelled and the system reverts back
to the original settings.
Enabled
Disabled
* (200V)
* (120V)
Auto power save
ON/OFF
Sets the unit to enable or disable the
Auto Power Save mode.
Enabled
*
Printer Heater
OFF
(PR mode only)
Turns the Printer's heater OFF if the
system is left idle for a specific period of
time.
* Priority is given to the Power Save
mode, if Power Save has been set.
Disabled
Turns the Scanner's Projection Lamp
OFF if the system is left idle for a specified period of time.
* Priority is given to the Power Save
mode, if Power Save has been set.
Disabled
Applies the following functions as required:
Contrast Emphasis: applied when film
contains text that is poorly contrasted
against its background making it difficult to read.
Outline Emphasis: applied when film
contains blurred black and white images.
Contrast
Emphasis
Auto Skew
Correction Retain
Determines whether or not to retain the
original (uncorrected) skew of a screen
image after the print has been made.
Retained
Not retained
*
Machine ID
Printing
(PR mode only)
When two scanners are connected to
one printer, this function leaves an
identification marker on the print so that
the scanner used for the job can be determined after printing.
Disabled
*
Auto Projection
Lamp OFF
Fine mode
contrast select
Pattern 1
Paper
Disabled
30 min.
*
60 min.
*
30 min.
60 min.
*
Outlie
Emphasis
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 2
Paper
Cycle print mode
(PR mode only)
This function automatically scans the
next image following a preset period of
time (the period can be set by an authorized Technical Representative). Images are set by the user onto the Carrier
Glass in between cycles.
Enabled
Paper Size of
Paper Feeding
Tray
(PR mode only)
Determines the desired paper size and
the orientation from the Paper Feeding
Tray of the printer.
Same as the setting for U4 of
the User Mode. See page 8-9.
Disabled
*
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Miscellaneous
System Settings
Description
Selection
Contrast setting
To view subtle images with standard
ranges of density clearly: Light (-1 ~ -7)
To bring out the darker and lighter
ranges of an image: Dark (+1 ~ +7)
Lighter
After a toner empty condition or toner
cartridge life is detected, this function
allows you to select either to stop printing or continue printing.
Empty >>
Disable
Print
Life >>
Disable
Print
The print function
at the time of
Toner Empty or
Toner Cartridge
Life detection
(PR mode only)
* Toner cartridge life detection is only
connected with MSP3500.
(When selected the enable print after
the Toner Catridge life fulfillment,
while depress the Start key, LED displays the toner cartridge life fulfillment
"TE".)
Normal
Initial Setting
*
Darker
*
Empty >>
Enable Print
Life >>
Disable
Print
Empty >>
Enable Print
Life >>
Enable Print
Auto Film Format
Select print
function
(PR mode only)
The Auto Format Select Print Function
is enable or disable through the control
panel.
Enable
90 degree
rotation setting
Enables the prism to rotate the screen
image 90 degrees.
Enable
Automatic paper
source switching
Allows you to specify the paper source
when Letter or A4 size paper is loaded
in Lengthwise or Crosswise orientations into the both paper feeding tray
and paper feeding cassette.
Auto switching: Printing continues by
automatically switching to the remaining paper source after paper in the
specified paper source runs out.
Disabling Auto Switching: A paper
empty mode occurs and printing ceases after paper in the specified paper
source runs out. The paper source
must be refilled or the paper source
must be switched by pressing the Output Selection Key in order to resume
printing.
Auto
Switching
Disable
Disable
* (200V)
* (120V)
*
*
Disabling
Auto
Switching
* To change any of the system settings described above, contact the authorized dealer.
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8.3
For Key Operator’s Use
When you need to call for service, the Key Operator should be prepared
to provide the following information to the authorized Dealer.
1. Your Company Name, Address, Telephone Number, Department
Name, Floor Number, Machine Location, etc.
2. Model Name, Serial Number, Condition or System(s) Indication(s) on
the Display, etc.
For your reference purpose.
Model Name
MS7000 MKII
Serial No.
Printer (MSP 3500)
Serial No.
Printer (MSP 3000)
Serial No.
Attached Accessories
Serial No.
Serial No.
Serial No.
Serial No.
Serial No.
Installation Date
Authorized Dealer’s
Name TEL. No.
Address
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MS7000 MKII
User’s Guide
0816-7724-02
Copyright
2008 KYOKKO SEIKO CO., LTD.
2008.10
0816-7724-02
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