DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER OPERATOR`S MANUAL FOR

DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER OPERATOR`S MANUAL FOR
3560
DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER
OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR COPYING FUNCTION
Networking Documents.
1. Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment.
2. Before opening any covers or removing any units from the copier, discharge the static electricity
from your body by touching a metal part of the copier.
This product is carrying the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives.
Responsible for CE-marking is TOSHIBA TEC GERMANY IMAGING SYSTEMS GmbH,
Carl-Schurz-Str.7, 41460 Neuss, Germany. e-mail : customerservice@toshibatec-tgis.com.
Features of the 3560
Having very useful features such as Auto Exposure Selection, Automatic Paper Selection,
Automatic Magnification Selection, etc., the 3560 is an easy-to-operate, high-speed, plain
paper copier which allows anyone to produce high-quality copies easily and quickly. The 3560
can be used over a wide range of applications as listed below:
● High speed copying of 35 cpm in A4 size
● Auto Exposure, which automatically senses the copy density and sets the appropriate
exposure
● Automatic Paper Selection, which automatically detects the size of the original and feeds
the same size of paper
● Automatic Magnification Selection, which automatically detects the size of the original and
calculates the appropriate reproduction ratio which matches the selected size of paper
● Wide Zoom range of 50% ~ 200% at 1% increments
● Duplex copying: Capable of 2-sided copying of 1-sided and 2-sided originals with the
optional auto duplexer installed.
● Editing capability, which allows a part(s) of the original to be masked or trimmed
● 2 in 1 copying: Allows two originals to be copied onto a single sheet of paper (optional)
● Image Shift, Edge Erase and Dual Page copying capabilities
● Cover Sheet mode, in which the front and/or back covers are automatically attached to
each set of copies
● Sheet Insertion mode, in which special sheets are automatically inserted into a set of copies
at specified pages as you like
● Weekly Timer, which automatically turns on and off the copier at the specified times of each
working day
● Auto Start, which automatically starts copying after warm-up if you set the desired copy
modes and press the PRINT key during warm-up
● Versafile sheet by pass, which allows edge erase
copying, dual page copying, duplex copying,
etc. decause paper size setting is possible.
COPYRIGHT 1997
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
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PREFACE
PRECAUTIONS
We are very happy you have chosen the Toshiba 3560 Plain Paper Copier.
The 3560 is easy to maintain, designed for simple operation and makes excellent plain paper copies.
This Operator’s Manual gives a description of how to use the copier as well as how to remedy simple
problems. We recommend that you use this manual to help you to obtain good copies. Please read
this manual thoroughly to ensure correct operation and keep it handy for future reference.
DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
PREFACE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
■ PREFACE .................................................................................................................................. 1
■ PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................... 5
1. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ............................................................................... 5
2. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................ 6
■ DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER .............................................................................................. 9
1. NAMES OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS .......................................................................... 10
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL .................................................................... 12
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE MESSAGE DISPLAY ................................................................ 14
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE GRAPHIC DISPLAY .................................................................. 16
5. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT .......................................................... 18
■ HOW TO MAKE COPIES ........................................................................................................ 19
1. TURNING ON THE POWER SWITCH/AUTO START ....................................................... 20
2. COPYING IN THE AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION MODE ......................................... 22
3. USING THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER ............................................................. 25
● ADF (Stack Feed) Mode ................................................................................................. 26
● SADF (Auto Feed) Mode ................................................................................................ 29
4. COPYING BY SPECIFYING THE COPY SIZE ................................................................. 32
5. BYPASS COPYING ........................................................................................................... 34
6. BYPASS COPYING BY SPECIFYING THE COPY SIZE ................................................. 36
7. REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING ................................................................ 38
● Using Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) ............................................................ 38
● Specifying the Original Size and the Copy Size ............................................................. 40
Keys ................................................................................ 41
● Using the Zoom
8. INTERRUPT COPYING ..................................................................................................... 42
9. SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE .............................................................................. 44
● Copying in Automatic Exposure ..................................................................................... 44
● Copying in Manual Exposure .......................................................................................... 44
10. COPYING IN THE PHOTO MODE .................................................................................... 45
11. USING THE FUNCTION CLEAR KEY .............................................................................. 46
■ SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................ 47
1. DUAL-PAGE COPYING ..................................................................................................... 48
2. 2 in 1 MODE COPYING ..................................................................................................... 49
3. EDGE ERASE COPYING .................................................................................................. 53
4. IMAGE SHIFT COPYING .................................................................................................. 56
5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS ............................................... 59
● Using the Automatic Document Feeder .......................................................................... 60
● Setting the Originals on the Glass .................................................................................. 63
● Using the Dual-Page Copying Function .......................................................................... 65
6. DUPLEXED (or SINGLE-SIDED) COPIES FROM TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS ................... 67
7. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS .............................................................. 70
8. TRIMMING/MASKING COPYING ...................................................................................... 73
9. COVER SHEET COPYING ................................................................................................ 78
10. SHEET INSERTION COPYING ......................................................................................... 82
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PREFACE
PRECAUTIONS
DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
HOW TO
MAKE COPIES
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
SPECIFICATIONS/
ACCESSORIES/
OPTIONS
■ MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................... 167
1. CLEANING THE CHARGERS .......................................................................................... 168
2. CLEANING THE COPIER ................................................................................................ 169
3. SIMPLE TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................................................... 170
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
■ WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH ........................................................................... 117
1. OPENING AND CLOSING THE UPPER UNIT ................................................................ 118
2. ADD PAPER SYMBOL ................................................................................................... 120
SYMBOL ....................................................................... 125
3. REPLACE TONER BAG
SYMBOL ........................................................... 127
4. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
SYMBOL ...................................................................................... 130
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL ................................................................................. 143
6. CHECK ORIGINAL
SYMBOL ............................................................................... 145
7. SORTER MISFEED
8. REPLACING STAPLE CARTRIDGES ............................................................................. 150
9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES .................................................................................... 157
10. CALL SERVICE ............................................................................................................... 165
11. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................. 165
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
■ USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS ...................................................................................... 107
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE SORTERS ................................................................................ 108
2. NON-SORT COPYING ..................................................................................................... 109
3. SORT OR STAPLE COPYING ........................................................................................ 111
4. GROUP COPYING ........................................................................................................... 115
MAINTENANCE
■ OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................... 87
1. USING THE JOB ACCESS CODES .................................................................................. 88
2. USING THE KEY COPY COUNTER (Optional) ................................................................. 89
................................................................................. 90
3. USING THE TIMER
● Checking the Set Times for the Day .............................................................................. 90
● Making Copies after Auto Shutoff ................................................................................... 91
● Suspending the Use of the Weekly Timer ...................................................................... 92
4. SETTING THE WEEKLY TIMER ....................................................................................... 93
5. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME ...................................................................................... 94
6. ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST OF THE MESSAGE DISPLAY ........................................ 96
7. SETTING A CASSETTE FOR COVER SHEET/SHEET INSERTION COPYING ............. 98
8. USING THE MODE MEMORY KEYS .............................................................................. 100
9. COPYING WITH “UNIVERSAL” SIZE COPY PAPER ..................................................... 102
10. THICK PAPER COPYING ............................................................................................... 105
11. BYPASS AUTO STARTING ............................................................................................ 106
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)
■ SPECIFICATIONS/ACCESSORIES/OPTIONS ..................................................................... 173
1. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE 3560 .................................................................................... 174
2. ACCESSORIES OF THE 3560 ........................................................................................ 174
3. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDERS (Optional) ............... 175
4. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE AUTOMATIC DUPLEXING UNIT (Optional) ....................... 175
5. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE LARGE-CAPACITY FEEDERS (Optional) .......................... 176
6. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PAPER FEEDING PEDESTALS (Optional) ........................ 176
7. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SORTERS (Optional) .......................................................... 177
■ PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
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1. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
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The 3560 should be installed by a qualified service technician.
Note: The packing material should be disposed of properly.
To obtain the best possible results, this machine should be used in conjunction with
a dedicated AC power line at one of the following ratings:
220-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 8 A
Notes:
1. The use of other appliances or other equipment on the same line as this machine may
adversely affect performance and copy quality.
2. Be sure to use a 3-conductor, grounded wall outlet.
3. In areas where a 2-pin plug is used, the machine must be grounded for safety.
Never ground it to a gas pipe, a water pipe, or any other object not suitable for grounding.
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Select a suitable place for installation. Avoid excessive heat, dust, vibration, and direct
sunlight. Also, provide proper ventilation as the copier emits a slight amount of ozone.
To insure optimal operation, allow clearances of at least 80 cm (32”) on the left, 80 cm
(32”) on the right and 10 cm (4”) in the rear.
an optional sorter is
* When
attached, a distance of
an optional large
** When
capacity feeder is attached,
approx. 1m 35 cm is required.
a distance of approx. 1m is
required.
The machine should be located near an easily accessible wall outlet.
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
PREFACE
PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS (Cont.)
2. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
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Handle and use the machine gently and carefully.
● Do not place heavy objects on the copy-receiving tray, original feed tray or sorter.
Caution: Do not push the sorter or put heavy objects on it. Doing so may knock over the sorter
causing personal injury.
● Never allow the power cable to be trampled on or pinched between hard objects, otherwise
an accident or electrical trouble might occur.
● Do not allow any metal things such as paper clips to fall into the machine.
● Periodically check to ensure the power-cord plug is securely inserted in the wall outlet.
● Do not disassemble the copier or try to repair it yourself other than as instructed in this
operator’s manual. Call your sales or service representative for all necessary repairs.
Incorrect reassembly can cause electrical hazards and possible damage to the copier.
● Do not touch the fuser area of this copier. This area is very hot.
● Avoid direct viewing of the exposure lights. It is recommended that the original cover or
automatic document feeder be kept closed.
● If you intend to move or relocate this copier, contact your sales or service representative.
Do not attempt to relocate the copier on your own.
● Do not tamper with interlock switches. Interlock switches are provided to ensure that the
copier will not operate with covers opened.
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Be sure to turn OFF the power switch:
● When you leave your office at night.
● If a power failure occurs.
Caution: When turning OFF the power switch, be sure to do so after the machine cycling
has come to a complete stop.
If any paper has misfed in the machine, be sure to remove it before turning OFF the power
switch.
Be sure to disconnect the power-cord plug:
● When you do not intend to use the machine for an extended period of time.
Be sure to turn OFF the power switch, unplug this copier from the wall outlet
immediately and call for service:
● If an unusual noise is heard from the machine.
● If the outside of the machine becomes unusually hot.
● If any part of this copier is damaged, or if it has been dropped.
● If the copier has been exposed to rain or liquid.
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It is recommended that only supplies made or designated by Toshiba be used for the
3560 in order to optimize copy quality. All supplies should be stored in a cool, dry area.
For optimum performance, it is recommended that 80 g/m2 xerographic bond paper of high
quality be used.
Paper of lower quality may contain inherent properties such as excess paper dust and may
lead to premature servicing.
Do not use supplies or cleaning materials for purposes other than what they were intended.
Keep all supplies and materials out of reach of children.
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PREFACE
PRECAUTIONS
Handle and store the drums carefully. Do not damage the drums or expose them to high
heat, flames or chemicals.
Do not leave the upper unit of the machine open; otherwise, the drum may be exposed
to light, heat, flames or chemicals, possibly resulting in degraded copy quality.
Please be sure to return used or unneeded drums to your sales or service representative.
WARNING - MACHINE MUST BE SECURED TO PAPER FEED PEDESTAL OR STAND.
BRACKET MUST BE ATTACHED TO STAND OR MACHINE IF USED ON A TABLE. NONTOSHIBA STANDS MAY NOT BE CAPABLE OF ACCOMPLISHING THESE NEEDS.
DO NOT LEAN ON, APPLY FORCE OR PLACE HEAVY OBJECTS ON SORTER.
PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
Machine Noise Information
Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The maximum sound pressure level is equal or less than
70 dB(A) according to EN27779.
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS (Cont.)
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER
1. NAMES OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS
Original cover
(optional)
Copy tray
Operator’s manual
pocket (Back side)
Control panel
Front cover
Slot cover
Cassette
(optional)
Automatic
duplexing unit (ADU)
Cassette
Paper feed pedestal
(optional)
Cassette
Cassette
Cassette
(optional)
Original cover
(optional)
Original grass
Original scale
Key copy counter slot
Bypass guide
Power switch
Available paper
indicator
Paper size indicator
Feed side cover
(pedestal)
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER
Upper unit
Upper charger cleaning knob
Drum
Toner cartridge
Upper-unit
release lever
Fuser unit
Jam removal
knob
Exit side cover
Lower charger
cleaning knob
Fuser unit knob
Toner bag
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2. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
햷 MESSAGE Display (
햲 TOTAL COUNTER Display
page 14)
The total number of copies made after the
The status of the machine, operation procecopier was installed is shown here.
dure and various instructions to the user are
shown in pictorials and text.
햳 CLIP TRAY
Put paper clips removed from the originals 햸 INFO Key
here for safe keeping.
Use the key to display the appropriate operation procedure and to answer the questions
Lamp (
page 90)
햴 TIMER
from the copier. The key is also used for other
This lamp lights if the timer has been set.
purposes.
During the OFF (auto-shutoff) period, you
Key(
page 21/46)
can turn on the copier by pressing PRINT key 햹 FUNCTION CLEAR
to make copies.
When you press this key, all the modes you
have selected will be cleared to the standard
햵 ENERGY SAVER
Key
status.
When the copier is not used for a fairly long
period of time such as during lunch time, 햺 ZOOM
/
/
Keys (
page 41)
press this key and the copier will go into the
Pressing the
key decreases the reproenergy-saving mode, turning all its display
duction ratio to 50% at increments of 1%.
lamps off. To resume copying, press this key
Pressing the
key increases it to 200%.
again. After about 30 seconds, the copier will
key will return to the
Pressing the
become ready for copying.
actual-size (100%) mode.
Key (
page 42)
햶 INTERRUPT
When you want to make a copy of a different
original during a multicopy run, press this
key. During interrupt copying, copies can be
made only one by one. To return to the
previous multicopying run, press this key
again.
햲
Keys (
page 40)
햻 ORIGINAL SIZE
Use these keys to set the size of the original.
When an original size is set with the paper
size already selected, the correct reproduction radio will automatically be calculated and
shown on the message display.
햳
햴
햵
8888800
헅
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헄 헃
햶
햷
헁 PRINT
햽 COPY SIZE
Keys (v page 40)
Key (
page 24)
Use these keys to select the desired size of
Press this key to start copying.
paper.When the paper supply of the selected
헂 DIGITAL Keys
size runs out, the corresponding cassette will
Use these keys to enter the desired number
flash and the message “ADD PAPER” will be
of copies. Up to 999 copies can be set.
displayed on the Message Display panel.
Key ( page 44)
헃 AUTO-EXPOSURE
햾 AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION
Normally, the auto-exposure mode is seKey (
page 22)
lected. The copier will automatically detect
Normally, the automatic paper selection (APS)
the density of the original and select the
mode is selected. The copier will automatioptimum exposure for the original.
cally detect the size of the original and
Keys
select the same size of paper (for actual-size 헄 MANUAL EXPOSURE
(
page 44)
copying only).
In the manual exposure mode, the desired
햿 AUTOMATIC MAGNIFICATION SELECTION
copy density can be selected. Pressing the
Key (
page 38)
LIGHT
key will lighten the copy in five
When you select the automatic magnification
exposure steps and vice versa.
selection (AMS) mode with this key and set
the desired copy size, the copier will auto- 헅 PHOTO
Key (
page 45)
matically detect the size of the original and
To make clear copies of photographs,use this
calculate the correct reproduction ratio.
mode.
Key (
page 23)
헀 CLEAR/STOP
Use this key to correct the copy quantity
entered or stop a multicopy run. During
multicopying, pressing this key once will stop
the copy run and pressing it twice will clear the
copy quantity to “1”.
햸
햹
햺
햻
ORIGINAL
200%
FC
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
헂
COPY
A4
100%
INFO
C/
헁
햽
헀
AMS
APS
햿
햾
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE MESSAGE DISPLAY
The Message Display panel shows operation statuses, error messages and function
menus one after another.
● Each function item displayed is shown in the form of a touch key. You can select or specify
the function by touching the key lightly with your finger.
● Touching one of the function items will show the next display.
The function items shown below can be specified on the Message Display panel.
햲
햳
햴
햵
햶
햷
햸
햹
헁
햺
헀
햻
햽
햾
햿
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DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER
햳
key
Use this key to return to the BASIC screen.
햴
key
Use this key to select:
햺 KEY COPY COUNTER
symbol
This symbol flashes when the optional key
copy counter is not inserted in the copier.
page 89)
Insert it to make copies. (
햻 ORIGINAL DIRECTION
symbol
Either of these symbols is lit according to the
direction of the paper in the selected cassette.
When placing originals on the glass or on the
original feed tray (optional), do so according
to the direction shown.
Page 53)
EDGE ERASE (
Page 48)
DUAL PAGE (
Page 49)
* 2 IN 1 DUPLEX (
* 2 IN 1 (
Page 49)
Page 56)
symbol
IMAGE SHIFT (
햽 ADD PAPER
Page 75)
IMAGE EDITING (
This symbol flashes when the paper supply in
* COVER SHEET (
Page 78)
the optional large-capacity feeder runs out.
Page 82)
page 120)
SHEET INSERTION (
(
(*1) Displayed only when the optional
key
automatic document feeder is installed. 햾 CASSETTE
When the cassette selected is not the desired
햵 Paper Size
size, press this key to select the cassette you
want. You can also press the desired casette
The paper size of the selected paper source
on the display directly to select it.
appears here. “APS MODE” represents
Page 22)
Automatic Paper Selection mode (
햿 DUPLEX key (
Page 61)
햶 Reproduction Ratio
Use this key to make 2-sided copies from 2sided (or book) or 1-sided originals. You can
The selected reproduction ratio appears here.
also make 1-sided copies from 2-sided
햷 Copy Quantity (
Page 23)
originals.
The number of copies entered with the digital
(*3) Displayed only when the optional auto
keys is displayed here.
duplexer is installed.
햸
key
Use this key to confirm the set functions.
햹
key
Use this key to select:
헀 SORTER key (
Page 111)
Use this key to select the sort, group and
stapling modes.
(*4) Displayed only when the optional sorter
is installed.
Page 100)
MODE MEMORY (
헁 DATE/TIME
DATE/TIME (
Page 94)
The current date and time are shown.
Page 93)
WEEKLY TIMER (
CONTRAST OF MESSAGE DISPLAY
Page 96)
(
*AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER
Page 25)
(
Page 98)
CASSETTE SIZE (
UNIVERSAL (
Page 102)
Page 106)
AUTO START (
Page 105)
THICK PAPER (
(*2) Displayed only when the optional
automatic document feeder is installed.
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
햲 Message
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE GRAPHIC DISPLAY
The graphic display shows the status of the machine. When one of the graphic symbols flashes,
take the appropriate action referring to the page shown.
햲
햽
햳
햴
햻
햵
햺
햹
햸
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햶
햷
햲 CHECK ORIGINAL
symbol
symbol
햸 CLEAR PAPER
This symbol flashes when an original misfeeds
This symbol flashes when a sheet of paper fed
inside the optional automatic document feeder.
from the selected pedestal cassette (optional)
page 143)
(
is misfed in the paper feeding section. (
page 136)
햳 REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
햹 CLEAR PAPER
symbol
symbol
This symbol flashes when the toner supply in
This symbol flashes when a paper misfeed
page 127)
the cartridge runs out. (
occurs in the automatic duplexing unit. (
page 133)
햴 BYPASS MISFEED
symbol
symbol
This symbol flashes when a sheet of paper is 햺 SORTER MISFEED
This symbol flashes when a paper misfeed
not fed into the copier in bypass copying.
page 145~149)
occurs in the optional sorter. (
Remove and reset the sheets on the bypass
page 35 and 142)
guide. (
햻 CLEAR PAPER
symbol
햵 CLEAR PAPER
symbol
This symbol flashes when a paper misfeed
This symbol flashes when a paper misfeed
occurs on the paper path inside the copier. (
page 130)
occurs inside the copier. (
page 130~132)
햶 STACK
symbol
symbol
This symbol flashes when sheets of paper 햽 REPLACE TONER BAG
copied on one side are stacked in the duplexer.
This symbol flashes when the used toner bag
It also flashes when sheets of paper are left in
becomes full of used toner. (
page 125)
the duplexer. (
page 61)
햷 CLEAR PAPER
symbol
This symbol flashes when a sheet of paper
from any selected paper source is misfed in
page
the large capacity feeder (optional). (
138)
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DESCRIPTION
OF THE
COPIER
DESCRIPTION OF THE COPIER
5. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Automatic Duplexing Unit
MD-5002
Automatically reverses and
refeeds copies to help the copier
make duplex copies.
Automatic Document Feeder
Large-Capacity Feeder MP-4001
Two types of optional automatic
With this unit installed, you will
document feeder are available:
have an additional paper source
MR-2008 and MR-3006A. They
which can hold up to 4,000 sheets
of paper (64~80 g/m2).
automatically feed originals
placed on the original tray to have
them copied. The MR-3006A has
an additional function of reversing
the originals to have both their
sides copied.
Key Copy Counter
(7-digit)
Copies made are
recorded according to
the particular
individual or group.
Work Tray
(KK-2060)
Paper Feed Pedestal
Two types of optional paper feed
pedestals are available: KD-1003A
and KD-2009A. They have one and
two front-loading cassettes,
respectively. Each cassette holds
600 sheets of paper.
Sorter MG-1004
A compact 10-bin
sorter, it allows SORT,
GROUP and STAPLE
copying as well as
NON-SORT copying.
Sorter MG-1003A
A compact 10-bin
sorter, it allows
SORT and GROUP
copying as well as
NON-SORT copying.
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Large-Capacity Feeder MP-1501
With this unit installed, you will have an
additional paper source which can hold
up to 1,500 sheets of paper (64~80 g/m2).
Sorter MG-2010
A 20-bin console
type, it allows
STAPLING
besides NONSORT, SORT and
GROUP copying.
Sorter MG-2009
A 20-bin hanging
type, it allows
SORT and GROUP
copying as well as
NON-SORT
copying.
Sorter MG-2012
A 20-bin hanging
type, it allows
SORT, GROUP
and STAPLE
copying as well as
NON-SORT
copying.
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
The automatic document feeder, automatic duplexing unit, sorter, large capacity feeder, and
paper feed pedestal may be shown in the illustrations and display panels. These devices are
all optional.
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1. TURNING ON THE POWER SWITCH/AUTO START
Turning On the Power Switch
1
Turn on the power switch.
2
The message “Wait warming up” is shown
on the message display.
3
About 80 seconds later, the message
“READY” is displayed.
● When this message is shown, it indicates
that copies can be made at any time.
● The status displayed at this time is called
the “default status” and the following is
shown on the control panel:
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●
Copy quantity ......................................... 1
●
Reproduction ratio ................................. 100%
●
Copy density .......................................... Auto exposure
●
Size selection ........................................ Automatic paper selection
●
Cassette selection ................................. Large capacity feeder
●
Auto document feeder ........................... Stack feed
●
Sorter (optional) ..................................... Non-sort mode
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
● If the message “Enter job access code”
is shown on the message display, refer to
page 88.
Auto Start Mode
During warm-up, if you set the desired copying modes and press the PRINT
automatically start copying when it becomes READY.
key, the copier will
To “Auto Start”:
1
2
Set the original(s) on the glass or on the
original feed tray (see page 22 or 28).
3
Press the PRINT
key.
● The message “AUTO START” appears
and when the copier becomes ready, it
will automatically start copying in the
selected copying modes.
Select the desired copy modes (see the
appropriate pages).
Note: You can change the copying modes
even after pressing the PRINT
key. To
cancel the “Auto Start” mode, press the
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or FUNCTION CLEAR
CLEAR/ STOP
key. After you cancel the previous copy
modes, select the new copy modes again.
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HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
● If the message “Insert key copy
counter” is shown on the message
display, refer to page 89.
2. COPYING IN THE AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION MODE
When the power switch is turned on, the Automatic Paper Selection (APS) mode is normally
selected. In this mode, when you place an original on the glass, the machine detects the size of
the original automatically and selects the same size of paper as the original. This mode is
available only when you make actual-size (100%) copies on regular size paper (i.e., A3, B4,
Folio, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R).
1
Check that the Automatic Paper Selection
mode is shown.
key lamp is off, press the key
● If the
to turn on its lamp.
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Place the original on the glass.
● Lifting the automatic document feeder,
place the original face down on the glass
and align it with the original scale on the
left.
Original
scale
● The size of the original is immediately
detected by the copier and the corresponding paper size is shown on the
message display. Besides, any paper
source containing that paper size is shown
highlighted.
● Close the automatic document feeder
slowly.
● If the message “Set correct size
cassette” is shown, install the correct
size cassette (see page 124).
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ORIGINAL
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3
Select the exposure.
● Normally, the AUTO-EXPOSURE
mode is selected providing the optimum
exposure automatically according to the
darkness of the original.
4
Key in the desired number of copies.
● Up to 999 copies can be entered using
the digital keys.
● If you are using an optional sorter,refer to
page 106 "2.NON-SORT COPYING".
● There is no need for this if you are making
one copy of each original.
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● If an incorrect quantity is set, press the
key and key in the
CLEAR/STOP
correct number.
● If you press the FUNCTION CLEAR
key, all the modes you have set so far will
be cleared.
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HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
Note: When you want to select the desired
exposure, use manual exposure (see page
44).
2. COPYING IN THE AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION MODE (Cont.)
5
Press the PRINT
key.
● Copying starts and when the required
number of copies are made, the copier
will automatically stop.
Note: After having set the desired number of
copies, if you do not press the PRINT
key within about 45 seconds,all the modes
you have set will automatically be cleared
and the copier will return to the standard
copy mode.
Note: The copier may not be able to detect
the size of the following types of original in
the APS mode:
● Transparent originals such as OHP film.
● Originals with black areas.
For copying these types of originals, see
“COPYING BY SPECIFYING THE COPY
SIZE” on page 32.
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3. USING THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (Optional)
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
Placing multiple sheet originals on the original feed tray and simply pressing the PRINT key will
feed the originals one by one and copy them automatically(stack-feed mode).Sheet originals can
be fed one by one manually (auto-feed mode).Besides, each side of two-sided originals can be
copied onto different sheets of paper automatically (duplexing mode). Also, in conjunction with
the duplexing function of the copier, duplexed copies can be made of single-sided and two-sided
origainals.
PRECAUTIONS ABOUT SHEET ORIGINALS
Do not use the following types of originals as they tend to misfeed or become damaged
in the document feeder:
(1) Wrinkled or folded originals
(2) Clipped or stapled originals
(3) Carbon paper
(4) Torn originals (including those with holes in
them)
(5) Taped originals
(6) Damp originals
3
4
Folded or curled originals should be
smoothed out before being set on the
document feeder.
5
If the surface of the originals is so rough that
they cannot be moved when two of them are
pinched between two fingertips, or if the
surface has been processed, these originals
cannot be used .
(7) OHP film originals
(transparencies)
Do not mix originals of different widths at the
same time.
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HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
1
2
Use originals with a paper weight in the range of 64 g/m2 to 80 g/m2.
3. USING THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (Cont.)
ADF (Stack Feed) Mode
1
Press the PROGAM key on the BASIC
panel to display the PROGRAM panel.
2
Press the ADF key on the PROGRAM
panel.
● The DOCUMENT FEEDER panel
appears.
3
Press the ADF key to select the stack feed
mode.
● Normally, the ADF key is highlighted,
indicating it is already selected.
● The display will return to the PROGRAM
panel, then a few seconds later, it will
change to the BASIC panel.
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ORIGINAL
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COPIES
4
Select the desired copy size, reproduction
ratio, exposure, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
● Normally, the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode is selected (100% copying).
● For reduction or enlargement, refer to
page 33.
● Normally,the AUTO-EXPOSURE
is selected.
● For manual selection of exposure, refer
to page 44.
● Up to 999 copies can be set using the
digital keys.
● There is no need for this if you are only
making one copy of each original.
● If an incorrect quantity is set, press the
CLEAR/STOP
correct number.
key and key in the
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3. USING THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (Cont.)
5
Place the originals.
● After aligning the edges of the originals,
set them face up on the original feed tray
and align the side guides to the edges of
the originals.
● Up to 50 originals (A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R,
A5-R, 64~80 g/m2) can be set at a time.
A3, B4 and Folio sized originals (64~80g/
m2) should be 25 or less.
● When copying in the staple mode using
an optional staple sorter, be careful as
the number of originals that can be set is
different from the numbers mentioned
above (see page 112).
● To set larger originals, pull out the
extension holder.
6
Press the PRINT
key.
● The originals will be fed starting with the
lowermost one, copied and then will exit
onto the original exit area.
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HOW TO MAKE COPIES
SADF (Auto Feed) Mode
Press the ADF key on the PROGRAM
panel.
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
1
2
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to display the PROGRAM panel.
● The DOCUMENT FEEDER panel on the
right appears.
3
Press the SADF key to select the auto
feed mode.
● The SADF key is highlighted, indicating it
is selected.
● The display will return to the PROGRAM
panel, then a few seconds later, it will
change to the BASIC panel.
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3. USING THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (Cont.)
4
Select the desired copy size, reproduction
ratio, exposure, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
● Normally, the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode is selected (100% copying).
● For reduction or enlargement, refer to
page 38.
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INFO
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APS
● Normally, the AUTO-EXPOSURE
is selected.
● For manual selection of exposure, refer
to page 44.
● Up to 999 copies can be set using the
digital keys.
● There is no need for this if you are only
making one copy of each original.
● If an incorrect quantity is set, press the
CLEAR/STOP
key and key in the
correct number.
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5
Align the side guides on the original feed
tray to the size of the original.
● Set the side guides a little wider than the
actual original width.
● To set larger originals (A3 or B4), pull out
the extension holder.
6
Insert the original.
● Place the original face up and feed it in
straight along the side guides. When it
starts being pulled in automatically, let go
of the original.
● If you start with the last page of the
originals, copies will exit in the correct
page order.
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4. COPYING BY SPECIFYING THE COPY SIZE
When making copies of originals such as books, newspapers, etc. that cannot be handled by the
RADF or originals such as OHP film, etc. unable to be detected in the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode, copy them by specifying the desired copy size and placing them on the glass.
(Specifying the copy size will automatically clear the APS mode.) For copying those originals in
the reduction or enlargement mode, see "REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING" on
page 38.
1
Select the copy size.
● Press the desired COPY-SIZE
key
or use the CASSETTE
key on the
Message Display panel to select it.
● You can also press the cassette on the
display to select it.
● The
lamp goes out.
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Place the original.
● Lifting the document feeder, place the
original face down on the glass, and align
it with the original scale on the left.
Original
scale
● The three indicators show the area of the
original to be copied.
● Close the automatic document feeder
slowly. Do not push down hard on it when
copying a thick original such as a book,
etc.
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5
6
Select the exposure as required.
● Normally, AUTO-EXPOSURE
is
selected.
● For manual selection of exposure, refer
to page 44 .
Key in the desired number of copies.
● There is no need for this if you are only
making one copy of each original.
Press the PRINT
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
3
4
Check that the reproduction ratio is 100%
(actual-size).
● For reduction or enlargement, refer to
page 38.
key.
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5. BYPASS COPYING
Bypass copying is convenient when the size of any paper cassettes installed in the copier is not
the size you require or when you want to use special types of paper such as OHP film
(transparency).
Copying Procedure
1
Place the originals on the document
feeder (optional) or on the glass.
● Set the original face down on the glass or
face up on the document feeder.
● For setting originals, refer to page 22/28.
Original
scale
2
Open the bypass guide.
● For setting A3, B4 or A4-R sized paper,
pull out the paper holder.
● Pulling out the paper holder – First,
pull it out halfway, then while pulling it in
the direction of arrow 1, turn it fully in the
direction of arrow 2.
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Original
Paper holder
1
2
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
3
Set sheets of paper on the bypass guide.
● Place the sheets on the bypass guide
and align the slides to the paper size.
● Up to 50 sheets of paper (64~80 g/m2)
can be set. Thick sheets of paper (81~130
g/m2) and OHP film should be inserted
sheet by sheet.
● A5-R size is the minimum size that can
be fed in this mode.
● Set A3, B4, A4 or A4-R sized sheets of
paper on the extended paper holder.
● The following message will appear:
Ready for bypass feeding
4
5
Select the desired copy quantity,
exposure, reproduction ratio, etc. as
required.
key.
Press the PRINT
● If the BYPASS MISFEED
symbol
flashes on the graphic display, remove
all the sheets from the bypass guide and
replace them.
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6. BYPASS COPYING BY SPECIFYING THE COPY SIZE
In bypass copying by specifying the copy size, the following copying modes can be selected:
mode,
mode, image shift, edge erase, dual-page copying, and duplex copying
modes.
1
Place sheets of copy paper on the bypass
guide.
● For setting sheets of paper on the bypass
guide, see page 34/35.
● This message will appear.
Ready for bypass feeding
2
Set the copy size.
● Press the COPY-SIZE
key
matching the size of the paper set on the
bypass guide.
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● If A4-R paper is used, press the A4
COPY-SIZE
key twice. The A4-R
comes on.
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3
mode,
Select the desired
mode, image shift mode, edge erase
mode, dual-page copying, or duplex
copying mode as well as the exposure
and the reproduction ratio as required.
4
5
Key in the desired number of copies.
6
Press the PRINT
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
Place the original on the document feeder
(optional) or on the glass.
● Set the original face down on the glass or
face up on the original feed tray.
● For setting originals, refer to page 22/28.
key.
Note: When the paper supply on the bypass
guide is finished, the selected COPY-SIZE
lamp goes out.
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7. REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING
There are three methods available for reduction and enlargement copying:
● Using Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) —After selecting the AMS mode and
the desired copy size, when you place an original on the glass or when an original is fed from
the original feed tray, the copier automatically detects the size of the original and calculates
the appropriate reproduction ratio, which matches the selected size of paper.
● Specifying the original and copy sizes — When both the original and copy sizes are
specified, the copier automatically calculates the appropriate reproduction ratio.
● Using the ZOOM keys — The ZOOM keys
and
allow selection of the desired
reproduction ratio in the range of 50% ~ 200% at increments of 1%.
Using Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS)
1
Press the Automatic Magnification
Selection
key.
● The
lamp comes on.
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ORIGINAL
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Place the original(s).
● When the original is set on the glass,its
size is immediately detected by the copier
and the corresponding paper size is
shown on the message display. Besides,
any paper source containing that paper
size is shown highlighted.
COPY
A4
1
0
Select the copy size.
● Press the desired COPY-SIZE
key
or use the CASSETTE
key on the
Message Display panel to select it.
● You can also press the desired cassette
on the display to select it.
● The selected COPY-SIZE lamp comes
on.
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APS
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4
5
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APS
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COPIES
● The machine will calculate the reproduction ratio based on the detected original
size and the selected copy size and show
it on the display.
● When setting the originals on the original
feed tray, set them face up and align the
side guides to the edges of the originals.
● Up to 50 originals (64~80 g/m2,A4/A4-R/
B5/B5-R/A5-R) can be set at a time.A3,
B4 and Folio sized originals (64~80 g/m2)
should be 25 or less.
● If the message “Change direction of
original” appears, change the direction
of the original(s) set on the glass or the
original feed tray.
● If the message "Use reduction cassette",
install the correct-sized cassette and start
the procedure all over again.
Select the exposure, copy quantity, etc.
as required.
Press the PRINT
key.
● Copies enlarged or reduced to the
selected paper size will exit.
Note: The copier may not be able to detect
the size of the following types of original in
the AMS mode:
● Transparent originals such as OHP film.
● Originals with black areas.
For copying these types of originals, use the
procedure in “Specifying the Original Size
and Copy Size” on page 40 or in “Using the
Zoom
Keys” on page 41.
Note: Bypass copying in the AMS mode
You can make copies in the AMS mode by
feeding paper from the sheet bypass as
follows:
Set sheets of paper on the sheet bypass
(
see page 34), press the matching
COPY-SIZE
key, then select the AMS
mode. If the paper is placed lengthwise (A4R or B5-R), press the COPY-SIZE key a
second time.
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7. REDUCTION AND ENLARGEMENT COPYING (Cont.)
Specifying the Original Size and the Copy
Size
Press the ORIGINAL-SIZE
key of the
1
same size as the original to be copied.
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Press the desired COPY-SIZE
key.
● If the desired size of paper is not in any
of the cassettes installed, the following
message will appear:
Set correct size
cassette
Install the correct-sized cassette.
● The copier will calculate the correct
reproduction ratio based on the selected
original size and copy size and show it on
the Message Display panel.
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4
5
6
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Three
indicators
40
B4
3
● The “copy area” indicated by the three
indicators signifies the area of the original
to be enlarged or reduced.
4
A3
50%
2
Set the original(s).
● Place the original face down on the glass
and align it to the original scale on the left.
Close the automatic document feeder
slowly.
● Do not push down hard on it when copying
a thick original such as a book, etc.
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2
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100%
APS
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
5
6
Select the desired exposure, copy
quantity, etc. as required.
key.
Press the PRINT
● Reduced or enlarged copies will exit.
Using the Zoom
1
2
3
4
5
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
● When you set the originals on the original
feed tray, set them face up and align the
side guides to them. Up to 50 sheets
(64~80 g/m2, A4/A4-R/B5/B5-R/A5-R)
can be set. A3, B4 and Folio sized originals
(64~80 g/m2) should be 25 or less.
Keys
Select the desired reproduction ratio
using the ZOOM keys.
● For enlargement, use the
key. For
reduction, use the
key.
● Any reproduction ratio can be selected at
increments of 1% between 50% and
200%.
● Each time you press either ZOOM key,
the reproduction ratio will change
continuously.
● Pressing the
(or
) key and
the
key simultaneously will bring
the copier to 200% (or 50%) instantly.
● Pressing the
key will return the
copier to actual-size (100%) copying.
Press the desired COPY-SIZE
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key.
Set the original(s).
Select the exposure, copy quantity, etc.
as required.
Press the PRINT
key.
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8. INTERRUPT COPYING
You can interrupt a multicopy run in progress (even when the automatic document feeder is used)
to make a copy of a different original. During the interruption, you can make copies by feeding
paper through the sheet bypass or the cassettes.
Copying Procedure
1
key.
Press the INTERRUPT
● These messages appear:
Job interrupted
job 1 saved
Interrupt
copy quantity=1
● If the automatic document feeder is being
used, the originals remaining on the
original feed tray are forced out.
2
Set the new original on the glass.
● During the interruption, the automatic
document feeder is inoperable.
3
4
Select the desired copy size, exposure,
reproduction ratio, etc. as required.
Press the PRINT
key or feed a sheet
of paper from the sheet bypass.
● A copy will exit and this message will
appear:
Press INTERRUPT to
resume job 1
● Multiple copies can be made by pressing
key once for each copy
the PRINT
desired.
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5
After interrupt copying is finished take the
original off the glass and press the
INTERRUPT
key again.
● This message will appear:
6
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
Ready to resume job 1
Reset the first original(s).
● Reset the first original on the glass.
● Or according to the message displayed,
return the one or two originals to the
original feed tray and reset the originals,
if the automatic document feeder was
used:
Put last 1 original
in doc. feeder input tray
or
Put last 2 originals
in doc. feeder input tray
7
key.
Press the PRINT
● The remaining number of copies of the
previous multicopy run will be made
automatically.
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9. SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE
There are two types of exposure, automatic exposure and manual exposure. In the automatic
exposure mode, the copier will automatically detect the density of the original and select the
optimum exposure. This mode is suitable for originals with letters and illustrations only. Originals
with black areas and half-toned originals should be copied in manual exposure. In the manual
exposure mode, you can make your copies lighter or darker.
Copying in Automatic Exposure
1
2
Make sure that the AUTO-EXPOSURE
lamp is lit.
● If it is not, press the AUTO-EXPOSURE
key to make its lamp light.
Set the original and press the PRINT
key.
● The machine will automatically detect the
density of the original and make copies in
the optimum exposure.
Copying in Manual Exposure
1
Press the LIGHT
or DARK
key
to go into manual exposure.
● To lighten your copies, press the LIGHT
key. Each time you press it, the lit
lamp moves one step to the left making
your copies lighter.
● To darken your copies, press the DARK
key. Each time you press it, the lit
lamp moves one step to the right making
your copies darker.
2
Set the original and press the PRINT
key.
● Copies will be made in the selected
exposure.
● Pressing the AUTO-EXPOSURE
key will return the copier to auto exposure.
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10. COPYING IN THE PHOTO MODE
HOW TO MAKE COPIES
When photographs or fine letters, etc. are copied in the automatic or manual exposure mode,
the copied images tend to become dark, losing image contrast. In the photo mode, they will be
copied clearly.
Copying Procedure
2
Press the PHOTO
lamp come on.
3
4
5
Press the LIGHT
or DARK
key
to adjust the exposure, if necessary.
● You cannot use automatic exposure in
the photo mode.
HOW TO MAKE
COPIES
1
Place the original.
● Set it face down on the glass.
key to make its
Select the desired copy size, reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as required.
Press the PRINT
key.
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11. USING THE FUNCTION CLEAR
KEY
When you want to clear the copy modes after a copy run has finished, press the FUNCTION
key. The copy mode settings will return to their default status. The following modes
CLEAR
will be selected in the default status:
● Copy quantity “1”
● Reproduction ratio “100%”
● Automatic exposure
● Automatic paper selection (APS)
● Copy size “A4”
● Stack-feed mode
● Non-sort mode (if an optional sorter is installed)
Using the FUNCTION CLEAR
1
Press the FUNCTION CLEAR
key.
● The display panel returns to the default
status.
key
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Note: The copier will return to the default
status after 45 seconds even if the
FUNCTION CLEAR
key is not pressed.
key is
● The FUNCTION CLEAR
pressed;
● About 45 seconds elapses after copying;
● Any key is pressed in the next copying
operation.
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Note: When you have finished copying in a
non-default mode, the FUNCTION CLEAR
key lamp flashes alerting you that the
copier is not in the default status.
This status will be cleared if one of the
following actions occurs:
ORIGINAL
100%
AMS
C/
200%
FC
ORIGINAL
COPY
A4
100%
INFO
APS
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
C/
AMS
APS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
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1. DUAL-PAGE COPYING
The facing pages of a book or magazine will be copied one by one onto separate sheets of paper
at the same time. You need not move the original on the glass. Two A4-sized originals placed side
by side on the glass can also be copied onto separate sheets of paper. Only A4 size paper can
be used.
∗ Combination with enlargement/reduction copying or sort/group/staple copying is not possible.
Example of Dual-Page Copying
Copying Procedure
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Press the EDIT key to enter the EDIT
menu.
Press the DUAL PAGE key to select dualpage copying.
Select A4 (or B5) copy size.
Place the original on the glass.
● Center the book original on the yellow
line with its front cover on your left side.
Select the desired exposure, copy
quantity, etc. as required.
● If you are feeding paper from the sheet
bypass, press the COPY-SIZE key for A4.
Press the SET key.
Yellow indicator line
Press the PRINT
key.
2. 2 in 1 MODE COPYING
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
When you set A4 sized originals on the original feed tray and select the 2 in 1 function in the EDIT
menu, the copier goes into the 2 in 1 mode, feeding in the originals two at a time and causing
them to be copied onto a single sheet of paper.
There are three kinds of modes available if you select APS, AMS or a reproduction ratio in
conjunction with the 2 in 1 mode, as described below:
● AMS/2 in 1 mode — With the AMS lamp on (this is the default mode), two A4 (or B5) sized
originals will be copied onto a single sheet of A4 (or B5) sized paper.
● APS/2 in 1 mode — When the APS lamp is turned on, two A4 (or B5) sized originals will be
copied onto a single sheet of A3 (or B4) sized paper.
● Reproduction-ratio selectable 2 in 1 mode — When both APS and AMS lamps are turned
off, two originals will be copied onto a single sheet of A4 (or B5) sized paper at the reproduction
ratio selected.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
If you select the Duplex 2 in 1 mode, four originals will be copied onto both sides of a single sheet
of paper.
Example of 2 in 1 Copies
Note: To use this feature, the optional automatic duplexer (ADU) must be installed.
● AMS/2 in 1 copy
● Reproduction-ratio selectable 2 in 1 copy
● APS/2 in 1 copy
● Duplex 2 in 1 copy
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2. 2 in 1 MODE COPYING (Cont.)
Copying Procedure
1
Set the originals.
● After aligning the originals, insert them
with page 1 face up fully into the original
feed tray and their top edges towards
you. Then align the side guides to the
width of the originals.
● Up to 50 originals (64~80 g/m2) can be
set.
2
Select the 2 in 1 function in the EDIT
menu.
● Press the EDIT key to enter the EDIT
menu and press the 2 IN 1 key to select
the 2 in 1 function.
● When making a duplex copy, press the 2
IN 1 DUPLEX key.
3
Enter the number of the originals.
● Use the digital keys to enter the number
of your originals or press the Original
Count key.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
● When you press the Original Count key,
this message appears:
WAIT
Counting originals
and the copier starts counting the originals
automatically. When it finishes counting
them, this message appears:
Return originals top
of original toward you
REFERENCE
To have copies arranged in the correct
page order in 2 in 1 copying, it is necessary
to let the copier know the number of originals
in one of the following ways:
● When making the copier count the
number of originals:
Press the Original Count key.
● When the operator counts the number of
originals:
Key in the number of the originals.
4
5
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Then reset the originals in the original
feed tray in the same way as described in
step 1.
Press the SET key on the Message Display
panel.
Select the kind of 2 in 1 mode.
Normally, the AMS/2 in 1 mode is
selected.
● To select the APS/2 in 1 mode, press the
key to turn its lamp on.
● Or you can select the desired reproduction
ratio using the ORIGINAL-SIZE
COPY-SIZE
keys.
and
keys, or the ZOOM
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2. 2 in 1 MODE COPYING (Cont.)
6
7
Set the desired exposure, copy quantity,
etc.
Press the PRINT
key.
REFERENCE
For automatic stapling in the 2 in 1 mode, the stapling position is the right bottom corner rather
than the normal left upper corner of the copy, as shown below. If you want to staple on the left
upper corner, use the manual stapling mode (see page 114).
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3. EDGE ERASE COPYING
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
If the edges of an original are torn or stained, they will be reproduced as black stains on the copy.
In the edge erase mode, a white border will be created along all edges of the copy. The normal
width of the blank border is 5 mm but you can select it between 5 to 20 mm.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Example of Edge Erase Copying
Copying Procedure
1
2
Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel to
enter the EDIT menu.
● The display on the right appears.
Press the EDGE ERASE key to select the
edge erase function.
● The EDGE ERASE MARGIN panel on
the right appears.
● The default margin is 5 mm. If you accept
the default, go over to step 3 on the next
page.
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3. EDGE ERASE COPYING (Cont.)
To change the edge erase margin
● The edge erase margin can be changed
from 5 to 20 mm.
● To increase the margin, press 20 mm 쑺 .
To reduce the margin, press 쑸 5 mm .
After selecting the desired margin, press
the SET key.
● The selected margin will return to the
default of 5 mm about 45 seconds after
copying is finished.
3
Place the original(s).
● When placing the original on the glass, it
should be set face down with its bottom
edge facing toward you.
Bottom edge
● When placing the originals on the original
feed tray, they should be set face up with
their bottom edges facing toward you.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Press the PRINT
key.
Note: When you want to make edge-erased
copies in the bypass feed mode, first set a
sheet(s) of paper on the sheet bypass, then
press the matching COPY-SIZE
key to
specify the copy size.
If A4-R paper is used, press the A4 COPYSIZE key twice.
Note: If you press the PRINT key with the
document feeder left open, the copier will
automatically go into the edge erase mode.
If you do not want edge erasing, deselect it
as follows:
(a) Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel
to display the EDIT menu on the right.
● EDGE ERASE is already selected.
(b) Press the EDGE ERASE key to deselect
EDGE ERASE.
● The display returns to the BASIC
panel.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
4
5
Select the desired copy size, exposure,
reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
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4. IMAGE SHIFT COPYING
Binding space will be created on the copy. It can be placed on either the right or the left side of
the copy. Copies of a book original can also have binding space. This function is convenient when
you want to leave a blank space for punching holes or stapling. The normal width of the binding
space is 7 mm but you can select the desired space between 0 and 30 mm. If you select Book,
dual page copying is automatically set.
Examples of Image Shift Copying
Original
Copy
Original
Binding space on
the left side
Book-type original
Copy
Binding space on
the right side
Copy
Copy
Binding space on book copies
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Copying Procedure
1
Select the IMAGE SHIFT function in the
EDIT menu.
● Press the EDIT key to enter the EDIT
menu, and press the IMAGE SHIFT key
to select the image-shift function.
2
Select the side to be bound.
● Press the LEFT, RIGHT or BOOK key to
select the side.
● If you select Book, dual-page copying is
automatically set.
3
Set the width of binding space.
● Normally, the binding space of the copy is
the standard amount of 7 mm.
● To change the binding space:
(a) Using the 쑸0 mm or 30 mm쑺 key,
select the desired binding space, and
press the SET key.
(b) When combining image shifting with
duplex copying, select LEFT SPACE
for the front side and RIGHT SPACE
for the back side of the copy.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Note:When you want to make your copies image-shifted in the bypass feed mode, set a sheet(s)
of paper on the sheet bypass and press the matching COPY-SIZE
key to specify the copy
size. If A4-R paper is used, press the A4 COPY-SIZE key twice.
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4. IMAGE SHIFT COPYING (Cont.)
4
Place the original on the glass.
● It should be set with its bottom edge
facing toward you.
● You can also set sheets of originals on
the original feed tray.
Bottom edge
● A book-type original should be centered
on the yellow indicator line with its top
cover on the left side.
Yellow indicator line
5
6
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Select the desired copy size, exposure,
reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
Press the PRINT
key.
5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
There are three methods of making duplex copies of single-sided originals:
● Using the automatic document feeder — For duplex-copying sheet originals of the
specified sizes and weights.
● Setting originals on the glass — For duplex-copying from originals that cannot be handled
by the automatic document feeder.
● Using the dual-page function — For duplex-copying from the facing pages of a book or two
sheet originals (A4 size) placed on the glass.
Note: For duplex copying, the copier must have the optional auto-duplexer (ADU) installed.
Example of Duplexed Copies from Single-Sided Originals
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Single-sided original
Duplexed copy
Single-sided original
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5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS (Cont.)
Using the Automatic Document Feeder
1
Place the originals.
● Set the originals face up on the original
feed tray and align the side guides to the
originals.
● Up to 50 originals (64~80 g/m2) can be set
at a time.
● To set larger originals (A3, B4 or Folio
size), pull out the extension holder.
● When originals are to be placed
horizontally (A3, Folio or A4-R), invert the
odd-numbered and even-numbered
originals relative to each other as shown
before setting them.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
2
Press the DUPLEX key on the BASIC
씮 2 mode (SINGLE-TOpanel. Select the 1씮
DUPLEX).
● This message will appear (see the middle
figure):
EVEN or ODD number
of originals?
symbol is flashing,
Note: If the STACK
remove the paper remaining in the automatic
duplexer. If the messages
To remove paper from
duplexer: Press INFO
and
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Remove paper from
duplexer
appear, press INFO and the sheets of paper
will automatically exit.
3
Press the Original Count, EVEN or ODD
key in response to the message.
● If you press the Original Count key, this
message appears:
WAIT
Counting originals
The document feeder will feed in and
count the originals. When it finishes
counting, the following message will
appear:
Return originals on
doc. feeder input tray
Then reset the originals in the original
feed tray in the same way as described in
step 1.
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5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS (Cont.)
4
Select the desired copy size,
reproduction ratio, exposure, copy
quantity, etc. as required.
● Normally, the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode is selected.
● A maximum of 50 copies can be set.
5
Press the PRINT
key.
● Duplexed copies will exit.
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Note: If the originals are odd-numbered, the
first copy will exit with one side blank and the
subsequent copies will be 2-sided.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Setting the Originals on the Glass
1
2
Count the number of the originals to
determine if it is an even or an odd number.
3
Press the ODD key if the originals are
odd-numbered and the EVEN key if they
are even-numbered.
4
Select the copy size, copy density,
reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
● Normally, the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode is selected.
● The maximum number of copies that can
be set is 50.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Press the DUPLEX key on the BASIC
씮 2 mode (SINGLE-TOpanel. Select the 1씮
DUPLEX).
● EVEN and ODD keys will appear.
200%
FC
ORIGINAL
INFO
COPY
A4
100%
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
C/
AMS
APS
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5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS (Cont.)
5
Place the last page of the originals (first
side).
● Copying with the last page first will make
the copies arranged in the correct page
order.
6
Press the PRINT
key.
● If the originals are odd-numbered, the
first copy will exit with one side blank.
Original
scale
7
Place the next original (second side).
● When the first-side original was placed
vertically, the second-side original should
be placed in the same direction.
● When the first-side original was placed
horizontally, the second-side original
should be placed horizontally but in the
opposite direction.
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9
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key.
Press the PRINT
● Duplexed copies will exit.
Repeat steps 5~8 until all the originals
are copied.
Original
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Using the Dual-Page Copying Function
Note: This mode is possible only for A4.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
1
Press the DUPLEX key on the BASIC
panel to display the screen on the right.
씮 2 mode (SINGLE-TOSelect the 1씮
DUPLEX).
● Press the EVEN key.
● The screen returns to the BASIC panel.
2
Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel to
enter the EDIT menu, and press the DUAL
PAGE key.
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5. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS (Cont.)
If you are feeding paper from the sheet
bypass, press the COPY-SIZE key for A4.
(Other sizes of paper cannot be selected.)
200%
FC
INFO
COPY
A4
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
3
ORIGINAL
100%
C/
Set the originals on the glass.
● The originals should be placed face down
on each side of the yellow line with their
bottom edges facing toward you.
AMS
APS
Yellow line
Bottom edges
● A book original should be centered on the
yellow line with its front cover on the left
side.
Yellow indicator line
4
5
6
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Press the SET key.
Press the PRINT
key.
● Duplexed copies will exit.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all your originals
will finish being copied.
6. DUPLEXED (or SINGLE-SIDED) COPIES FROM TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Two-sided sheet originals placed on the original feed tray are automatically fed in one by one.
After the first side of the original is copied, it is automatically reversed and its second side is
copied. Up to 50 originals of (64~80 g/m2) can be set at a time.
Note: This copying mode requires the optional document feeder and automatic duplexer (ADU)
to be installed.
Example of Duplexed Copies from Two-Sided Originals
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Duplexed copy
Example of Single-Sided Copies from Two-Sided Originals
Single-sided copies
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6. DUPLEXED (or SINGLE-SIDED) COPIES FROM TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS (Cont.)
Copying Procedure
1
Press the DUPLEX key on the BASIC
panel to display the screen on the right.
2
Select the 2씮
씮 2 mode (DUPLEX-TODUPLEX).
● For making single-sided copies from twosided originals, select the 2씮1 mode
(DUPLEX-TO-SINGLE).
3
Select the desired copy size, reproduction
ratio, exposure, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
● Normally, the automatic paper selection
(APS) mode is selected.
● The copy quantity should not be more
than 50 if you are making duplexed copies.
ORIGINAL
INFO
COPY
A4
100%
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
9
UNIVERSAL
7
0
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200%
FC
8
C/
AMS
APS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
4
Place the originals.
● Set the originals face up on the original
feed tray and align the side guides to the
originals.
● Up to 50 originals (64~80 g/m2) can be set
at a time.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
● To set larger originals (A3, B4 or Folio
size), pull out the extension holder.
5
Press the PRINT
key.
● Duplexed (or single-sided) copies will be
made.
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7. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS
There are two methods of making duplexed copies from book-type originals, “A” and “B”. In
method “A”, the copies made will be arranged in the same page order as the book. In method
“B”, the facing pages of the book are copied on both sides of a sheet of paper. For copying in this
method, refer to page 59.
Method “A”
Single-sided copy
Duplexed copy
Single-sided copy
Method “B”
(Refer to page 59 for the copying procedure.)
Duplexed copy
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
1
Press the DUPLEX key on the BASIC
panel to display the screen on the right.
2
씮 2 (BOOK-TO-DUPLEX)
Press the BOOK씮
key to select the start page and the end
page of copying.
● Press the desired key.
● Left씮Right Copying is started from
a left page of the book
and ends on a right
page.
● Left씮Left
Copying is started from
a left page of the book
and ends on a left
page.
● Right씮Left Copying is started from
a right page of the book
and ends on a left
page.
● Right씮Right Copying is started from
a right page of the book
and ends on a right
page.
3
Set the original on the glass.
● The book should be centred on the yellow
indicator line with its front cover on the left
side.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Copying Procedure
● If you are feeding paper from the sheet
bypass, press the COPY-SIZE key for
A4. (Other sizes of paper cannot be used.)
● Check that 100% (actual-size) is
displayed.
Yellow indicator line
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7. DUPLEXED COPIES FROM BOOK ORIGINALS (Cont.)
4
Select the BOOK-COPY SPACE
mode as required.
● For binding space (image shifting), see
page 56.
5
Select the desired exposure, copy
quantity, etc. as required.
● The copy quantity should not be more
than 50.
6
Press the PRINT
key.
● The copy of page 1 will exit with its
reverse side blank. The copies of page 2
and subsequent pages will temporarily
be stacked inside the machine.
7
8
Set the next original.
● Turn over one leaf of the book and set it
in the same way as previously.
Press the PRINT
key.
● This message will appear:
To exit final page:
Press INFO
● Do not press the INFO key before copying
has finished.
9
10
Repeat steps 7 and 8 until you finish
copying the book.
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Finally press the INFO key.
● The copy of the last page will exit with
its reverse side blank.
8. TRIMMING/MASKING COPYING
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
By specifying an area(s) on the original, you can “trim-copy” (inside the area) or “mask-copy”
(outside the area) the original by selecting the TRIMMING or MASKING mode. Areas can be
specified by placing the original on the glass or using the optional editing sheet. Up to four areas
can be specified on a single original.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Example of Trimming/Masking Copying
Specifying an Area on the Original
1
Set the original to specify an area(s).
● To specify an area using the editing sheet (optional) — Open the transparent cover
(editing sheet), insert the original face up and its bottom facing toward you fully in the editing
sheet, and align the original with the matching size marks on the left side.
● To specify an area by setting the original on the glass — Place the original face up with
its bottom facing toward you and align it with the matching size marks on the left side.
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8. TRIMMING/MASKING COPYING (Cont.)
Specifying an Area Using the Editing Sheet
Top edge of the original
Scale mark
Editing
sheet
Original
Specifying an Area on the Glass
Top edge of the orgnal
Original
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Glass
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
2
3
Using the original scale and the scale on the front side, “read” the values defining the
desired area as follows:
●
●
●
●
X1 — Distance from the original scale to the left edge of the specified area (e.g. 22).
X2 — Distance from the original scale to the right edge of the specified area (e.g. 43).
Y1 — Distance from the front scale to the lower edge of the specified area (e.g. 22).
Y2 — Distance from the front scale to the upper edge of the specified area (e.g. 39).
Set the above values using the digital keys and the INFO key as described in the
“Copying Procedure” below.
Copying Procedure
2
Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel to
enter the EDIT mode.
● Press the IMAGE EDITING key.
Original scale
Top edge of
the original
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SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
1
Set the original on the glass.
● Remove the original from the editing sheet
(optional), place it face down with its top
edge facing toward you and align it with
the matching size marks.
● If you placed the original on the glass for
"reading", turn it over and place it face
down with its top edge facing toward you
and align it in the same way.
8. TRIMMING/MASKING COPYING (Cont.)
3
When making trimmed copies, press the
TRIM key.
● When making masked copies, press the
MASK key.
4
Key in the value of X1 (e.g. 22) and press
the NEXT (AREA SET) key.
● To correct an incorrect entry:
When you have noticed the error before
pressing the NEXT key, press the CLEAR/
STOP
key and then enter the correct number. If you have noticed the error
after having pressed the NEXT key, first
press the PREV key and then enter the
correct number.
5
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Key in the value of X2 (e.g. 43) and press
the NEXT key.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
6
7
Key in the value of Y1 (e.g. 22) and press
the NEXT key.
8
When you want to specify a second area,
press the NEXT key and go back to step 4.
● Up to four areas can be specified.
9
To finish specifying areas, press the SET
key.
● The message on the right appears, but
the original has already been set in step 1.
Press the SET key and go to the next
step.
10
11
Select the desired copy size, exposure,
reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
key.
Press the PRINT
● Trimmed or masked copies will exit.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Key in the value of Y2 (e.g. 39).
200%
FC
ORIGINAL
INFO
CO
A4
100%
A3
50%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
C/
AMS
A
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9. COVER SHEET COPYING
There are four modes in cover sheet copying which adds a top cover and/or back cover to each
set of copies, as listed below:
●
●
●
●
Adding a blank top cover
Adding a copied top cover
Adding a blank top cover and a blank back cover
Adding a copied top cover and a blank back cover
To perform “cover-sheet copying”, two paper sources of the same size should be available; one
for feeding normal copy paper and the other for special “cover-sheet” paper. However, instead
of the latter cassette, the sheet bypass can conveniently be used.
Besides, the automatic document feeder must be used for this purpose. The use of the optional
sorter MG-1003A/1004/2009/2010/2012 will greatly enhance this feature.
Note: If you select COVER SHEET or SHEET INSERTION (page 82) mode and set sheets of
special paper on the sheet bypass, the copier will always feed paper from the sheet bypass even
if a cassette has been designated for that particular mode. However, if both COVER SHEET and
SHEET INSERTION modes are selected together, then the copier will use the designated
cassettes.
Examples of Cover Sheet Copying
● Adding a blank top cover
1
Blank top
cover
2
3
1
2
3
● Adding a copied top cover
Copied top
cover
1
2
3
1
2
3
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
● Adding blank top and back covers
1
Blank top
cover
2
3
1
2
3
Blank back
cover
● Adding copied top and blank back covers
3
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
Copied top
cover
1
2
1
2
3
Blank back
cover
Copying Procedure
1
Place the originals.
● Set the originals on the original feed tray
with page 1 facing upward and align the
side guides to the originals.
● Up to 50 originals (A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R
and A5-R, 64~80 g/m2) can be set at a
time. A3, B4 and Folio sized originals
should be 25 or less.
2
Place special sheets of paper in the
designated cover-sheet cassette.
● For placing paper in the cassette, see
page 120.
● Set the special sheets of paper, facing
down, in the cassette.
● If the appropriate cassette is not
designated for cover-sheet copying, do
so by referring to page 98.
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9. COVER SHEET COPYING (Cont.)
● You can use the sheet bypass instead of
a cover-sheet cassette to feed special
sheets of paper. Up to 50 sheets (64~80
g/m2) can be set.
● Set the special sheets of paper, face up,
in the sheet bypass.
3
Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel to
enter the EDIT menu.
● Press the NEXT key.
● Press the COVER SHEET key.
4
Press the desired cover-sheet cassette
on the Message Display panel.
● Check that the selected cassette shows
"COVER" on the Message Display panel.
● Press the SET key.
● If sheets of special paper are set on the
sheet bypass, the copier always feeds
paper from it instead of the cassette
selected.
5
Select the desired COVER SHEET mode.
● Adding a blank
top cover
)
● Adding a copied
top cover
쑺 TOP BLANK
)
● Adding blank top
and back covers
● Adding copied
top and blank
back covers
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)
쑺 TOP COPIED
)
쑺 BOTH BLANK
TOP COPIED
쑺 BACK BLANK
Special sheet
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Press the COPY-SIZE
key matching
the size of special cover-sheet paper set
in the cover-sheet cassette or on the
sheet bypass.
7
Key in the desired number of copies (or
sets).
● If a sorter is attached, you can set up to 20
sets of copies.
● If no sorter is attached, do not key in the
number of copies.
● Select the desired reproduction ratio,
exposure, etc. as required.
8
Press the SORTER key to enter the
SORTER menu.
● Select the SORT or STAPLE key in the
SORTER menu. (For the details of the
sorter, refer to page 108.)
● When the STAPLE mode is selected, the
special cover-sheet paper must be the
same size as the copy paper.
9
Press the PRINT
key.
● Copying starts and the special cover
sheets are automatically added to each
set of copies.
● To clear the cover-sheet cassette to its
original size, refer to “Resetting to the
Previous Size” on page 99.
Note: In TOP COPIED or TOP COPIED
BACK BLANK copying, only the top sides of
cover sheets will be copied even if you select
the SINGLE-SIDED ORIGINALS TO
DUPLEXED COPIES
or TWO-SIDED
ORIGINALS TO DUPLEXED COPIES
mode.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
6
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10. SHEET INSERTION COPYING
There are two modes in sheet insertion copying which inserts special sheets of paper (e.g.
coloured paper) at the specified pages of copies.
● Inserting a blank special sheet in front of the specified page
● Inserting a copied special sheet at the specified page
To perform “sheet insertion copying”, two paper sources of the same size should be available;
one for feeding normal copy paper and the other for special “sheet insertion” paper. However,
instead of the latter cassette, the sheet bypass can conveniently be used.
Besides, the optional automatic document feeder must be used for this purpose. The use of the
optional sorter MG-1003A/1004/2009/2010/2012 will greatly enhance this feature.
Note: If you select SHEET INSERTION or COVER SHEET (page 78) mode and set sheets of
special paper on the sheet bypass, the copier will always feed paper from the sheet bypass even
if a cassette has been designated for that particular made. However, if both SHEET INSERTION
and COVER SHEET modes are selected together, then the copier will use the designated
cassettes.
Examples of Sheet Insertion Copying
Note: The optional automatic document feeder must be installed.
● Inserting a blank special sheet in front of the specified page
1
1
2
3
2
Blank sheet
3
● Inserting a copied special sheet at the specified page
1
2
1
3
4
2
Copied sheet
3
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Copying Procedure
1
Place the originals.
● Set the originals on the original feed tray
with page 1 facing upward and align the
side guides to the originals.
● Up to 50 originals (A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R
and A5-R, 64~80 g/m2) can be set at a
time. A3, B4 and Folio sized originals
should be 25 or less.
2
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
● To set larger originals (A3, B4 or Folio
size), pull out the extension holder.
Place special sheets of paper in the
designated sheet-insertion cassette.
● For placing paper in the cassette, see
page 120.
● If the appropriate cassette is not
designated for sheet-insertion copying,
do so by referring to page 98.
● You can use the sheet bypass instead of
a sheet-insertion cassette to feed special
sheets of paper. Up to 50 sheets
(64~80 g/m2) can be set.
Special sheet
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10. SHEET INSERTION COPYING (Cont.)
3
Press the EDIT key on the BASIC panel to
enter the EDIT menu.
● Press the NEXT key.
● Press the SHEET INSERTION key.
4
Press the insertion-sheet on the Message
Display panel.
● Up to two cassettes can be selected for
sheet-insertion.
● Check that the selected cassette shows
"INSERT1" on the Message Display
panel.
● Press the SET key.
5
Press the BLANK or COPIED key.
● Inserting a blank special sheet in front of the
specified page
)
쑺 BLANK
● Inserting a copied special sheet at the specified page
)
쑺 COPIED
6
Using the digital keys, specify the desired
page and press NEXT.
● The display shows that the first sheet will
be inserted at the specified page. In the
example shown, paper from SHEET 1
will be inserted at (or before) page 10.
7
To specify the next page, set its page
number and press the SET key.
● Up to 15 pages can be specified.
● If you want to finish specifying the sheetinsertion page, press the SET key.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
9
Press the COPY-SIZE
key matching
the size of special sheet-insertion paper
set in the sheet-insertion cassette or on
the sheet bypass.
10
Key in the number of copies (or sets).
● If the sorter is attached, you can set up to
20 sets of copies.
● If no sorter is attached, do not key in the
number of copies.
● Select the desired reproduction ratio,
exposure, etc. as required.
11
Press the SORTER key to enter the
SORTER menu.
● Press the SORT or STAPLE key. (For the
details of the sorter, refer to page 111.)
● When the STAPLE mode is selected, the
special sheet-insertion paper must be the
same size as the copy paper.
12
Press the PRINT
key.
● Copying starts and the special insertion
sheets are automatically inserted at the
specified pages.
● To clear the insertion-sheet cassette to its
original size, refer to “Resetting to the
Previous Size” on page 99.
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
8
Set the final page of the originals.
● If you press the Original Count key, the
document feeder counts the number of
the originals.
● If you do not let the document feeder
count, key in the final page of the originals
and press the SET key.
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OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
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1. USING THE JOB ACCESS CODES
If the copier is set up in the job access code status, you can make copies only after entering a
job access code.
When copies are made using job access codes, they will be recorded according to each job
access code used. The job access code is a 4-digit number and up to 100 codes can be used.
Note: If you want to use the job access codes, ask your sales or service representative to set
them.
Copying Procedure
1
2
Check that this message is shown:
Enter job access code _ _ _ _
Key in a 4-digit job access code.
● It appears on the message display, and
the message will then change to:
READY
3
Now you can make copies in any desired
copying mode.
● About 45 seconds after copying is finished
or if you press the FUNCTION CLEAR
key twice, the message display will
return to:
Enter job access code _ _ _ _
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2. USING THE KEY COPY COUNTER (Optional)
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
When the copier is set up for the use of key copy counters, you can make copies only by inserting
your key copy counter and the copies made will be recorded (added) in the key copy counter.
Any number of key copy counters can be used.
Note: For using the key copy counter, ask your sales or service representative.
Copying Procedure
1
Check that this message is shown:
2
Insert the key copy counter.
● Hold the counter so that the surface with
an arrow faces upward with the arrow
pointed toward the machine. Then insert
it slowly until it comes to a stop.
3
The message display changes to:
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
Insert key copy
counter
READY
● You can now make copies in any mode
desired.
Key copy counter
Note: After having finished copying, remove
your key copy counter.
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3. USING THE TIMER
When the weekly timer is set, it will automatically switches the copier ON in the morning and OFF
in the evening at the set times. (For setting the weekly timer, see page 93.) Refer to the following
procedure for checking the set times for the day.
Checking the Set Times for the Day
1
2
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Press the PROGRAM key to enter the
PROGRAM menu.
● Press the NEXT key on the PROGRAM
panel.
Press the WEEKLY TIMER key.
● The ON/OFF time for the day will be
displayed.
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
Making Copies after Auto Shutoff
1
2
Check that the TIMER
3
When “READY” appears, you can make
copies.
● After warming up, the copier will
automatically become ready.
lamp is on.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
Press the PRINT
key or ENERGY
SAVE
key.
● The copier starts warming up.
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3. USING THE TIMER
(Cont.)
Suspending the Use of the Weekly Timer
The Auto ON/OFF switching of the copier by the weekly timer can be suspended to allow the
copier to be turned on and off by its power switch. Since the ON/OFF times of the weekly timer
are retained, they can be resumed at any time.
Note:Suspending the Auto ON/OFF Switching can be done only when the copier is READY.
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the
PROGRAM menu.
● Press the NEXT key.
● Select the WEEKLY TIMER key.
2
After confirming that the WEEKLY TIMER
key is displayed in shade, press the
WEEKLY TIMER key to clear the weekly
timer.
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4. SETTING THE WEEKLY TIMER
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
The weekly timer, which is incorporated in the copier, is a feature for turning ON and OFF the
copier automatically at the desired times specified. If you set the weekly timer for the start time
in the morning and the end time in the evening of your office for Sunday through Saturday, the
copier will automatically turn itself ON every morning and OFF every evening at the specified
times to meet the schedule of your office.
Note: To allow the weekly timer to work properly, the power switch of the copier should be always
left ON.
1
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to enter the PROGRAM mode.
● Press the NEXT key.
● Press the WEEKLY TIMER key.
2
Set ON/OFF times for each weekday using
and
keys. You can also
enter the times with the digital keys. If an
incorrect number is entered, press
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
Setting Procedure
and enter the correct
CLEAR/STOP
number. To enter the minutes, press on
the “minute” area. If the settings are all
Sun or Sat
correct, press the
key.
Repeat the same procedure for each day,
and finally press the SET key.
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5. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
Dates and times can easily be set in the “PROGRAM” function by entering the appropriate
numbers on the digital keys.
1
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to enter the PROGRAM menu. Press
the NEXT key, and then the DATE/TIME
key.
● The DATE/TIME panel appears.
2
Key in the last two numbers of the year
and press
.
Example: 1998 9 + 8 +
3
Key in the month (1~12) and press
Example : April 4 +
4
Key in the date (1~31) and press
Example: 1 +
94
.
.
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
5
Key in the number corresponding to the
day of the week (1: Sun., 2: Mon. ~ 7: Sat.)
and press
.
Example: Wed. 4 +
6
Key in the hour (0~23) and press
Example: 10 : 10 a.m. 1 + 0 +
7
Key in the minute (0~59).
Example: 10 : 10 a.m. 1 + 0
8
9
Check that all the settings are correct.
● If you have noticed on error, first press
key and then enter the correct number.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
.
Press the SET key.
● The date/time setting mode is cleared
and the date and the time entered appear
in the center section of the message
display.
● The day of the week is not shown.
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6. ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST OF THE MESSAGE DISPLAY
The contrast of the message panel can be easily changed to your desired brightness by the
following procedure. The selected brightness of the panel remains until a new brightness is
entered.
1
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel.
2
Press the LCD CONTRAST key on the
PROGRAM panel.
3
Select the desired brightness of the
display panel.
● Press the
key to make the panel
darker.
key to make the panel
● Press the
brighter.
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OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
4
Press the SET key to set the selected
brightness.
● The display automatically changes to the
PROGRAM panel, then returns to the
initial BASIC panel.
● The selected brightness remains until a
new brightness is entered.
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7. SETTING A CASSETTE FOR COVER SHEET/SHEET INSERTION COPYING
When two paper sources of the same size are available and if you want to make one of them a
cover-sheet or sheet-insertion cassette, follow the procedure below.
Setting Procedure
1
2
Press the CASSETTE
key to select
the cassette which you want to change.
3
Press the CASSETTE SIZE key.
4
If you want to change it to a Cover Sheet
cassette, press the COVER key, then press
the SET key.
● If you want to change the cassette to a
Sheet Insertion cassette, press the
INSERT key, then press the SET key.
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Press the PROGRAM key to enter the
PROGRAM menu. Press the NEXT key.
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
5
Check that the “COVER ” is shown on the
screen.
● On the screen, “COVER ” means that a
cover-sheet cassette is set up. For a
sheet-insertion cassette, “INSERT (1) ”
will be shown on the selected cassette of
the BASIC panel.
Resetting to the Previous Size
1
Press the CASSETTE
key to select
the cassette to be changed.
2
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to enter the PROGRAM menu.
● Press the NEXT key.
● Press the CASSETTE SIZE key.
3
When "COVER" is selected, press the
COVER key and check that the cassette is
reset to the previous paper size.
● When "INSERT" is selected, press the
INSERT key and check that the cassette
is reset to the previous paper size.
● Press the SET key, then the BASIC key to
enter the BASIC menu.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
To reset the Cover Sheet or Sheet Insertion
cassette to the previous size of cassette, proceed
as follows.
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8. USING THE MODE MEMORY KEYS
A combination of frequently used copy modes can be stored and recalled at any time you like.
In addition to reproduction ratios, exposures and copy quantities, editing modes, duplex copy
modes, image shift modes, etc. can also be stored. Up to four combinations of copy modes can
be stored.
Storing Copy Modes
1
Set the desired copy modes.
Example:
Reproduction ratio .... 85%
Number of copies ...... 30
Copy density ............. Automatic exposure
Copy size .................. A4-R
● Check that each mode is correctly set.
2
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the
PROGRAM menu.
● Press the MODE MEMORY key.
3
Press the SET key to select the storing
function.
4
Press MEMORY 1 (or 2, 3 or 4 ) key. Then
press the SET key.
● The copy modes are stored in MEMORY
1 (or 2, 3 or 4) which becomes highlighted.
● The stored copy modes will remain in the
selected memory until new modes are
entered. They will not be erased even
when the power switch is turned off.
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OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
Recalling the Copy Modes
2
Press the RECALL key to select the recall
function.
3
Press MEMORY 1 (or 2, 3 or 4) key
corresponding to the modes you want to
recall.
4
Press the PRINT
key, and copies
will be made in the copy modes stored.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
1
Press the PROGRAM key to enter the
PROGRAM menu.
● Press the MODE MEMORY key.
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9. COPYING WITH “UNIVERSAL” SIZE COPY PAPER
Through the bypass guide, copies can be made using non-standard sized paper such as Ledger,
Legal, Letter, Letter-R, Statement-R, or Comp. Specify the desired paper size on the panel, press
the “UNIVERSAL” paper size key on the control panel, then follow the copying procedure in
“BYPASS COPYING” on page 34. If you set the size mark plate “UNIV”, UNIV appears on the
selected cassette of the panel. Refer to page 124.
When Standard Sized Paper is Used
1
2
Press the PROGRAM key to display the
PROGRAM menu.
Press UNIVERSAL key on the panel.
● The paper size selection panel is
displayed.
3
Press the STANDARD key.
4
5
Select the desired paper size.
● The display changes to the PROGRAM
panel, then a few seconds later, it returns
to the BASIC panel.
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Place the original(s) and set paper of the
selected size on the bypass guide.
● See page 34 for BYPASS COPYING.
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
6
7
Press the “UNIVERSAL” key of the COPYSIZE
keys on the control panel.
200%
FC
ORIGINAL
INFO
Press the PRINT
A3
50%
key.
COPY
A4
100%
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
A5
7
8
9
UNIVERSAL
0
C/
AMS
APS
When Non Standard Sized Paper is Used
Press the UNIVERSAL key on the panel.
● The paper size selection panel is
displayed.
3
Press the NON STANDARD key.
4
Key in the value of X (e.g.420), horizontal
dimension, and press the NEXT key.
● To correct an incorrect entry: Press the
X : mm key or press the NEXT key again.
Then key in the correct value and press
the NEXT key.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
1
2
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to display the PROGRAM menu.
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9. COPYING WITH “UNIVERSAL” SIZE COPY PAPER (cont.)
5
6
7
104
Key in the value of Y (e.g, 297), vertical
dimension.
● Check the values and press the SET key.
Place the original (s) and set paper on the
bypass guide.
● See page 34 for BYPASS COPYING.
Press the PRINT
key.
OTHER SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (PROGRAM)
10. THICK PAPER COPYING
By temporarily enhancing the fusing performance of the copier, you can make copies on thick
sheets of paper (81~130 g/m2) with improved fusibility. All copies should be made in the bypass
copying mode.
2
Press the THICK PAPER key.
● The THICK PAPER mode is selected and
shown shaded.
3
Make copies in the bypass mode.
● For bypass copying, see page 34.
● After copying has finished, the
key lamp
FUNCTION CLEAR
flashes; if you press the FUNCTION
key or if a period of 45
CLEAR
seconds elapses, this lamp will go out
and the THICK PAPER mode will
automatically be cleared, returning to the
default state.
OTHER SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
(PROGRAM)
1
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to display the PROGRAM menu on
the right.
Notes:
1. The first copy time is slightly longer in this
mode.
2. To take full advantage of this capability, it
is recommended that multiple copies be
made one at a time by pressing the
key once for each copy.
PRINT
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11. BYPASS AUTO STARTING
Normally, when copying on special medium such as thick paper (81~130 g/m2), drawing paper,
OHP film or gum label, you insert one sheet at a time through the bypass guide and press the
key for each copy. If the AUTO START mode is selected, you just insert a sheet
PRINT
fully and copying will automatically start.
1
Press the PROGRAM key on the BASIC
panel to display the PROGRAM menu on
the right.
2
Press the AUTO START key.
3
Make copies in the bypass mode.
● Align the side guides to the size of the
original, then insert the originals one by
one. The copying will automatically start.
You can make any number of copies one
by one.
● For bypass copying, see page 34.
● After copying has finished, the
key lamp
FUNCTION CLEAR
flashes; if you press the FUNCTION
key or if a period of 45
CLEAR
seconds elapses, this lamp will go out
and the BYPASS AUTO START mode
will automatically be cleared, returning to
the default state.
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● The AUTO START mode is selected and
shown shaded.
USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
USING THE OPTIONAL
SORTERS
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE SORTERS
As optional sorters, five models, the MG-2009, MG-2010, MG-2012, MG-1003A, and MG-1004
are available. They are 10-bin and 20-bin sorters and, MG-1004, MG-2010 and MG-2012 are
equipped with a stapling function.
Non-sort bin
(Bin "1")
Staple key
Staple
symbol
Non-sort bin
(Bin “1”)
Sort bins
(1~20)
Non-sort bin
(Bin "1")
Staple unit
cover
Sort bins
(1~20)
MG-2009
Sort bins
(1~10)
Non-sort bin
(Bin "1")
MG-2010
MG-1003A
Staple key
Staple
symbol
Non-sort bin
(Bin "1")
Staple key
Sort bins
(1~10)
Sort bins
(1~20)
Staple unit
cover
MG-2012
MG-1004
Note:
When the bin unit of the optional sorter MG-2009 (this model only) is left in a
raised position (after sort or group copying), one of the following actions will
cause the bin unit to move down to its home position automatically:
● Turning on the power switch;
key;
● Pressing the FUNCTION CLEAR
● Pressing the SORTER key;
● Changing the copy quantity entered.
Caution:
Do not touch the bin unit of the sorter while it is moving upward or downward.
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1
Check that the SORTER key is displayed
on the BASIC panel.
● If other than the SORTER key is shown,
key.
press the FUNCTION CLEAR
2
Set the original.
● Place the original face down on the glass
or face up on the original feed tray.
● For setting originals, refer to page 22 or
28.
3
Key in the desired number of copies.
● The maximum copy quantity that can be
set is shown in the “Total” column of the
table below.
Model
MG-1003A
MG-1004
MG-2010
MG-2009
MG-2012
Paper size
Non-sort bin
1 bin
2~final bin
Total
A4, A4-R, A5-R,
A3, B4
—
20
20
200
Ledger, Legal
—
15
15
150
A4, B4, A4-R
—
20
20
200
A5-R
—
100
—
100
A3
—
10
10
100
A4
250
30
30
850
A3, B4, Folio,
A4-R, B5-R
250
25
25
750
A5-R
250
—
—
250
A4
—
30
30
600
A3, B4, A4-R
—
25
25
500
A5-R
—
100
—
100
—
30
30
600
—
25
25
500
A4, A4-R, B5,
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS
2. NON-SORT COPYING
B5-R, A5-R
A3, B4, Folio
*When the number of copies set is more than 100, the copies will be distributed
equally into all the bins.
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2. NON-SORT COPYING (Cont.)
4
5
Select the desired copy size, exposure,
reproduction ratio, copy quantity, etc. as
required.
key.
Press the PRINT
● If the copy quantity set is equal to the
number in the table below or less, all the
copies will exit into the top bin. Otherwise,
they will be distributed into sort bins.
MG-1003A
MG-2012
MG-2010
MG-2009
MG-1004
A4, A4-R,
A5-R
100
100
250
100
100
B4, Folio
60
100
250
100
100
A3
60
100
250
100
10
Note: If you set more copies than the number
in the “Total” column of the table on page
109, the copier will automatically stop after
having made that number of copies, and
show this message:
Remove paper from
sorter bins
Then, take out the copies from the sorter and
key to continue.
press the PRINT
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USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS
3. SORT OR STAPLE COPYING
Example:
Making 5 sets of copies
from 5-page originals.
5 sets of copies
arranged in the same
order as the originals.
Note: Stapling is possible only when the MG-1004, MG-2010 or MG-2012 is attached.
Sort or Automatic Stapling
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
1
Press the SORTER key to enter the
SORTER menu.
● To select the STAPLE mode, press the
STAPLE key.
● To select the SORT mode, press the
SORT key.
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3. SORT OR STAPLE COPYING (Cont.)
2
Place the original(s).
Placing the originals on the original feed
tray
● Place them with facing up and align the
side guides to the originals.
● The maximum number of originals (64~80
g/m2) that can be set at a time is as
follows:
A5-R
A4/B5
A4-R/B5-R
MG-2009
30
30
30
A3/B4
15
MG-2010
—
30
30
10/25
MG-2012
—
50
50
25
MG-1003A
—
50
25
25
MG-2004
50
50
50
25
● Stapling will be done in the position
corresponding to the upper left corner of
the originals. However, in the 2 in 1
mode,stapling will be done in the position
corresponding to the lower right corner.
● To set larger originals (A3, B4 or Folio
size), pull out the extension holder.
Placing the original on the glass:
● Place the original face down on the glass.
● If you start with the last page of your
originals, the copies will be arranged in
the same page order as the originals.
● The copies can be stapled in the position
corresponding to the upper right corner of
the original.
In this case, however, copies are not
see page 114.
stapled automatically (
for manual stapling.)
3
Key in the number of copies (sets).
● Up to 20 sets can be keyed in (all sizes).
● If more than the maximum number of sets
are entered, this message will appear.
Sorter limit:
20 copies
Key in a smaller number.
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USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS
4
5
Select the desired exposure, reproduction
ratio, etc. as required.
key.
Press the PRINT
● The originals placed on the original feed
tray will automatically be fed in one by
one.
● If the sort/stapling mode is selected, all
the sets of copies will automatically be
stapled after copying is finished.
● If the copier stops during the sort or
stapling mode and displays
Remove paper from
sorter bin
,
7
8
When the original was set on the glass,
after the copying of the first original (last
page) finishes, place the next original
and press the PRINT
key.
Repeat step 6 until all the originals finish
being copied.
● Refer to the table in step 2 on page 109
for the maximum number of originals that
can be copied.
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
6
remove all the copies from the sorter and
key again to
press the PRINT
continue. In this case, stapling is not
possible.
When the MG-2010/MG-2012 is used,
pressing the STAPLE
key on the
sorter will cause the copies in each bin to
be stapled automatically.
● While stapling is in progress, if you press
key again, stapling will
the STAPLE
stop. Pressing the key again will resume
stapling.
key lamp comes on
● The STAPLE
only when stapling is possible. However,
if the maximum number of copies that
can be stapled is exceeded, the STAPLE
key lamp goes out, alerting the
operator that stapling is not possible.
Note: During stapling, do not open the stapler
door. Doing so may cause a staple
jam.
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3. SORT OR STAPLE COPYING (Cont.)
Manual Stapling
When the MG-2010/MG-2012 is used:
1
Align the edges of the copies and insert
them into the “1” bin.
● The copies should be inserted fully inside
and moved to the right and to the front
until being stopped.
key lamp of the sorter
● The STAPLE
will come on.
● The maximum number of copies should
be 50 for all sizes (64~80 g/m2).
2
Press the STAPLE
key of the sorter.
● The copies will be stapled.
● Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the remaining
sets of copies.
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USING THE OPTIONAL SORTERS
1
2
3
4
5
Example:
Copying 5 originals
in the group mode.
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
1
Press the SORTER key to enter the
SORTER menu.
● Select the GROUP key.
2
Place the originals.
● When setting originals on the original
feed tray, place them face up and align
the side guides to the originals.
● Up to 20 originals (all sizes) can be set at
a time.
4
4
4
4
4
5 originals
5
5
5
5
5
USING THE
OPTIONAL
SORTERS
4. GROUP COPYING
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4. GROUP COPYING (Cont.)
● When setting originals on the glass, set
the original face down.
3
Key in the number of copies.
● The maximum number of copies that can
be set is shown in the table below.
A5-R
A4
A4-R
B4
MG-1003A
20
20
20
15
A3
15
MG-1004
—
20
20
20
10
MG-2009
—
30
25
25
25
MG-2010
—
30
25
25
25
MG-2012
30
30
30
25
25
● If you key in more than the maximum
allowable number, the message
Sorter limit:
30 (or 25) copies
will appear, making the copier inoperable.
Key in a smaller number.
4
5
6
7
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Select the desired exposure, reproduction
ratio, etc. as required.
Press the PRINT
key.
● When you set the originals on the original
feed tray, they will automatically be fed in
one by one and copied.
When you set the original on the glass,
after the first original finishes being
copied, set the next original and press
key.
the PRINT
Repeat step 6 until all the originals finish
being copied.
● Up to 20 originals (all sizes) can be copied
in a single run.
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
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SYMBOLS FLASH
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1. OPENING AND CLOSING THE UPPER UNIT
When removing misfed sheets of paper or replacing toner bags, you need to open and close the
upper unit of the copier. Then do so as described below.
1
Open the front cover.
● Placing your hands on both its corners,
pull it toward you.
Front cover
2
Unlock the upper unit.
● Pushing down on the upper unit with your
left hand (arrow 햲 ), pull the release lever
A (arrow 햳) to unlock the upper unit.
햲
햳
Release lever A
● When the automatic document feeder
(optional) is attached:
햲
햳
Release lever A
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WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
3
Open the upper unit.
● Placing your hand on the upper unit,
open it slowly and fully.
● When the automatic document feeder is
attached:
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
4
Close the upper unit.
● Place your hand on the upper unit and
push it down slowly until a “click” is
heard.
● Be careful not to get your fingers caught.
● When the automatic document feeder is
attached.
5
Close the front cover.
● Reverse the procedure in step 1 to close
it.
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2. ADD PAPER
SYMBOL
When the paper supply in the selected cassette
or large-capacity feeder runs out, the
corresponding cassette symbol flashes on the
screen and this message appears:
ADD PAPER
Add paper as described below.
Note: The paper feeding pedestal is optional.
Adding Paper to the Front Cassette
1
Pull out the cassette slowly until it comes
to a stop.
2
Holding the whole ream of paper as
shown, place it in the cassette.
● Up to 600 sheets of paper (recommended
by Toshiba) can be set.
● Do not add paper above the line on the
back guide.
● Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or
damp sheets of paper.
Note: Check that there is a slight gap (about
0.5 mm) left between the paper and each of
the side guides as shown; the total gap
should not exceed 1 mm. If the gap is not
suitable, paper misfeeding may possibly
occur.
Limit line
Side guide
Side guide
0.5 mm
0.5 mm
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
3
Push in the cassette straight and slowly
until it comes to a stop.
● Make sure that the cassette is pushed in
fully.
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2. ADD PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Adding Paper to the Large-Capacity Feeder MP-1501 (Optional)
1
Open the cover of the large-capacity
feeder.
Note: If you want to add paper because the
paper supply has become low, press the
TRAY DOWN
key before opening the
cover. The elevator tray will automatically
move down and stop.
TRAY DOWN key
2
Holding the whole ream of paper, place it
in the large capacity feeder.
● Make sure that all the sheets are placed
neatly aligned on the elevator tray.
● Up to 1500 sheets of A4-size paper can
be placed. Do not add paper above the
limit line on the right.
● Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or
damp sheets of paper.
3
Close the cover of the large-capacity
feeder.
● The elevator tray will automatically move
up to the paper feeding position.
Note: Do not place anything under the
elevator tray.
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Adding Paper to the Large-Capacity Feeder MP-4001 (Optional)
1
Open the cover of the large-capacity
feeder.
Note: If you want to add paper because the
paper supply has become low, press the
key before opening the
TRAY DOWN
cover. The elevator tray will automatically
move down and stop.
3
limit
line
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
2
Holding the whole ream of paper, place it
in the large capacity feeder.
● Make sure that all the sheets are placed
neatly aligned on the elevator tray.
● Up to 4000 sheets of A4-size paper can
be placed. Do not add paper above the
limit line on the left.
● Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or
damp sheets of paper.
Close the cover of the large-capacity
feeder.
● The elevator tray will automatically move
up to the paper feeding position.
Note: Do not place anything under the
elevator tray.
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2. ADD PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Changing the Paper Size of the Cassette
The paper size of the cassette can be changed to any of A3, B4, A4-R, Folio, B5, B5-R and
A5-R. Use the following procedure.
1
2
Pull out the cassette slowly and fully.
3
Set the back guide to the desired paper
size (shown on the cassette surface).
● To move the back guide, push on its
sides (arrows 햳) to unlock and slide it
with both of your hands.
4
5
햲
Move the side guides so that the space
between them is slightly wider than the
desired paper size.
● To move the side guides, push the lever
(arrow 햲) to unlock.
햳
Place paper in the cassette.
● For placing paper in the cassette, refer to
Step 2 in “Adding Paper to the Front
Cassette” on page 120.
Remove and reset the size mark plate so
that the desired paper size appears.
Size mark plate
Paper size indicator
6
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햳
Push in the cassette slowly and fully.
3. REPLACE TONER BAG
SYMBOL
When the toner bag becomes full of used
toner, the REPLACE TONER BAG
symbol flashes and this message appears:
Replace used toner bag
Press INFO
Replace the toner bag as described below.
Replacing Procedure
1
Open the front cover and the upper unit.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
Cap
Toner bag
q햲
3
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
2
Close the used toner bag.
● The cap is provided on the used toner
bag. To remove the cap, turn it in the
direction of arrow 햲.
w
햳
Remove the used toner bag from the
machine.
● Take out the toner bag in the direction of
the arrow.
● The used toner bag should be disposed
of properly. (Please return it to your
service technician.)
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3. REPLACE TONER BAG
4
Set the new toner bag in the machine.
5
6
Close the upper unit slowly and fully.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
126
Close the front cover.
SYMBOL(Cont.)
4. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
SYMBOL
When the toner supply in the toner cartridge
runs out, the REPLACE TONER
CARTRIDGE
symbol flashes and this
message appears:
ADD TONER:
PRESS INFO
Replace the toner cartridge as described
below.
Note: It is recommended that only toner
cartridges made or designated by Toshiba be
used for the 3560 in order to optimize copy
quality.
Replacing Procedure
Toner cartridge
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
1
2
Open the front cover.
Grasping the holder 햲 of the toner
cartridge, slide it out slowly.
Holder 햲
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4. REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE
3
Tilt the toner cartridge toward you, using
the holder 햲.
4
Lift and remove the toner cartridge.
● The empty toner cartridge should be
disposed of properly. (Please return it to
your service technician.)
5
Shake the new toner cartridge to the right
and left 5~6 times to loosen the toner
inside.
SYMBOL(Cont.)
5~6 times
6
128
Pull out the seal from the cartridge.
Seal
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
7
Install the new cartridge into the machine.
8
Raise the toner cartridge upright using
the holder 햲 and push the cartridge fully
back into the machine.
Holder 햲
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
9
Close the front cover.
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5. CLEAR PAPER
When a paper misfeed occurs in the machine,
symbol flashes and
the CLEAR PAPER
this message will appear:
PAPER MISFEED
IN COPIER
symbol flashes in
The CLEAR PAPER
different positions shown in the diagram
depending on where paper has misfed.
Remove the misfed paper as described below.
SYMBOL
햲
햸
햳
햴
햶햷
햵
햲 : Misfeeding in Cassette/Auto-Duplexer Feeding
1
2
Open the front cover and the upper unit.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
Remove the misfed paper.
Caution: Be careful not to touch the
drum.
3
When the misfed paper is pinched by the
rollers:
● Turn the jam-removal knob D in the
direction of the arrow to remove the paper.
Drum
Roller
Jam-removal knob D
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4
Open the side cover of the copier.
Slide cover
● If the optional large-capacity feeder MP1501 is installed:
Holding its handle as shown, lift it to
unlock and open the feeder slowly away
from the copier (arrow).
5
Remove any misfed paper from the
copier.
● If paper is pinched by the upper roller,
remove the paper by turning the jamremoval knob D in the direction of the
arrow, as shown on page 130, step 3.
● Close the side cover or the large-capacity
feeder slowly.
6
7
Close the upper unit slowly.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
● If the optional large-capacity feeder MP4001 is installed, hold its handle and
move it away from the copier (arrow).
Roller
Close the front cover.
131
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햳 : Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit
1
2
Open the front cover and the upper unit.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
If paper is misfed in the fuser unit:
● Turn the fuser unit knob D in the direction
of the arrow to remove the misfed paper.
● If the paper is torn while being removed,
be sure to remove any pieces of paper left
in the machine.
Exit guide
Caution: Be careful as the fuser unit
may be hot.
Fuser unit knob D
● If the misfed paper is not found: using the
lever M, lift the exit guide while pulling it
toward you and remove the misfed paper.
● Return the exit guide to its original position.
● If the misfed paper cannot be removed,
refer to “햴 : Misfeeding in the AutoDuplexer” on page 133.
Lever M
Exit guide
3
4
5
132
If paper is misfed under the drum:
● Remove the misfed paper by referring to
“1 : Misfeeding in Cassette/Auto
Duplexer Feeding” on page 130.
Check the entire paper path. Remove any
misfed paper.
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
햴 : Misfeeding in the Auto-Duplexer (Optional)
1
Remove the copy tray. Open the front
cover and the upper unit.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
2
Open the cover unit on the exit side and
remove any misfed paper.
3
Close the exit-side cover until it is pulled
by the magnet with a “click”.
Close the upper unit (see page 119) and
reinstall the copy tray.
● If a sorter is attached, push it back to its
original position.
4
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
● If a sorter is attached, first pull it away
from the copier.
Cover unit
Pull out the auto-duplexer slowly and
fully.
Auto duplexer
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5. CLEAR PAPER
5
Holding the handle of the upper guide
plate, lift it slowly and fully.
● Be careful not to allow the guide plate to
drop.
6
Remove any misfed paper.
● Be careful not to allow the guide plate to
drop.
7
To open the lower guide plate, press the
lever to release the lock.
8
Holding the handle of the lower guide
plate, lift it slowly and fully.
● Make sure that the guide plate is latched
to prevent it from dropping.
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SYMBOL (Cont.)
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
9
Remove any misfed paper.
10
Close the lower guide plate.
● Holding its handle with your right hand, lift
the lever up (arrow) to unlatch the guide
plate and lower it slowly.
11
Lower the upper guide plate slowly.
12
Push in the auto duplexer slowly and
fully.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
Lever
135
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햵 : Misfeeding in Pedestal Cassette Feeding
(optional)
Open the side cover of the copier.
Side cover
1
2
● If the optional large-capacity feeder MP1501 or MP-4001 is attached, open or
move it away from the copier by referring
to page 138~141.
Open the side cover of the pedestal.
Side cover
3
Remove any misfed paper from the copier.
4
Remove any misfed paper from the
pedestal.
136
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
● Check through the small window if any
paper is misfed beneath it.
Small window
Flap
● If there is any, lift the flap and remove the
misfed paper.
If the misfed paper is not found :
● Pull out the selected cassette and remove
any misfed paper.
● Push in the cassette fully.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
5
6
Close both the upper and lower side
covers.
137
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햶 : Misfeeding from the Large-Capacity Feeder MP-1501(Optional)
1
Open the large-capacity feeder.
● Holding its handle as shown, lift it to
unlock and open the feeder slowly moving
it away from the copier (arrow).
2
Remove any misfed sheets of paper from
the feeder as shown.
3
Close the large-capacity feeder slowly
and fully.
4
Open the large-capacity feeder cover
slowly.
138
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5
Remove any misfed paper from the inside.
6
Close the feeder cover slowly.
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GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
status
Note: If the CLEAR PAPER
cannot be corrected or if the optional largecapacity feeder is not attached, check for
misfed paper by referring to “햵 : Misfeeding
in Pedestal Cassette Feeding (optional)”
on page 136, or “햲 : Misfeeding in Cassette/
Auto Duplexer Feeding” on page 130.
139
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햷 : Misfeeding from the Large-Capacity Feeder MP-4001 (Optional)
1
Open the large-capacity feeder.
● Holding its handle as shown, pull it to
unlock and move the feeder slowly away
from the copier (arrow).
2
Remove any misfed sheets of paper from
the feeder as shown.
3
Move the large-capacity feeder back
slowly and fully.
4
Open the large-capacity feeder cover
slowly.
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5
Remove any misfed paper from the inside.
6
Close the feeder cover slowly.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
status
Note: If the CLEAR PAPER
cannot be corrected or if the optional largecapacity feeder is not attached, check for
misfed paper by referring to “햵 : Misfeeding
in Pedestal Cassette Feeding (optional)”
on page 136, or “햲 : Misfeeding in Cassette/
Auto Duplexer Feeding” on page 130.
141
5. CLEAR PAPER
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햸: Misfeeding in the Bypass Guide
1
Remove all the sheets in the bypass guide.
● Align the edges of the sheets, and set
them again on the bypass guide.
symbol
● The BYPASS MISFEED
should go out, making bypass copying
possible.
2
When the misfed paper is pinched by the
rollers inside and cannot be removed:
● Remove it by referring to “ 햲 : Misfeeding
in Cassette/Auto Duplexer Feeding”
on page 130.
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6. CHECK ORIGINAL
SYMBOL
When an original misfeed occurs in the
optional automatic document feeder, the
symbol flashes
CHECK ORIGINAL
and this message appears:
ORIGINAL MISFEED
IN DOC.FEEDER
Remove the misfed original carefully as
described below.
Removing Procedure
2
Remove the misfed original.
● Be careful not to damage the original.
3
Raise the automatic document feeder and
remove any misfed original.
● If an original is left on the glass, remove
it.
Feed-side
cover
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
1
Open the feed side-cover of the original
feed section.
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6. CHECK ORIGINAL
4
If an original is misfed in the exit section
SYMBOL (Cont.)
햳
Exit cover
When the MR-3006A is attached (optional)
● Close the document feeder.
● Open the exit cover and remove any
misfed original.
● Close the exit cover.
● If the misfed original cannot be removed,
open the document feeder and take out
the original.
5
Close the automatic document feeder and
feed-side cover.
When the MR-2008 is attached (optional)
● Open the exit cover and remove the
original.
6
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Reset all originals you have removed
under the originals remaining in the
original feed tray and begin copying.
Exit cover
7. SORTER MISFEED
SYMBOL
When a paper misfeed occurs in the optional
symbol
sorter, the SORTER MISFEED
flashes and this message appears:
PAPER MISFEED
IN SORTER
Remove the paper as described below.
Paper Misfeeding in the Sorter MG-2009 (Optinal)
1
Check the sorter bins and remove any
misfed paper.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
● If an automatic duplexer is installed, your
sorter slides away from the copier. Pull
the sorter away from the copier for easier
access.
2
Open the upper unit and remove any
misfed paper from inside the copier.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
햳
● For removing misfed paper, refer to “햳
Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit” on
page 132.
3
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
● If you pulled the sorter away from the
copier, push it fully back to the copier.
Exit guide
Fuser unit knob B
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7. SORTER MISFEED
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Paper Misfeeding in the Sorter MG-2010 (Optional)
1
Check the sorter bins and remove any
misfed paper.
2
Pull the sorter slowly away from the
copier.
3
Pull open the transport guide.
4
Remove any misfed paper from inside
the sorter.
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WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
5
Open the upper unit and remove any
misfed paper from inside the copier.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
● For removing misfed paper, refer to “햳
Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit” on
page 132.
6
7
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
Push the sorter slowly back to the copier.
Exit guide
Fuser unit knob B
Paper Misfeeding in the Sorter MG-1003A (Optional)
1
Check the sorter bins and remove any
misfed paper.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
● If an automatic duplexer is installed, your
sorter slides away from the copier. Pull
the sorter away from the copier for easier
access.
2
Open the upper unit and remove any
misfed paper from inside the copier.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
● For removing misfed paper, refer to “ 햳
Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit” on
page 132.
Exit guide
Fuser unit knob B
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7. SORTER MISFEED
3
SYMBOL (Cont.)
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
● If you pulled the sorter away from the
copier, push it fully back to the copier.
Paper Misfeeding in the Sorter MG-1004 (Optional)
1
Check the sorter bins and remove any
misfed paper.
● If an automatic duplexer is installed, your
sorter slides away from the copier. Pull
the sorter away from the copier for easier
access.
2
Open the upper unit and remove any
misfed paper from inside the copier.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
● For removing misfed paper, refer to “햳
Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit” on
page 132.
3
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
● If you pulled the sorter away from the
copier, push it fully back to the copier.
Exit guide
Fuser unit knob B
148
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
Paper Misfeeding in the Sorter MG-2012 (Optional)
1
Check the sorter bins and remove any
misfed paper.
● If an automatic duplexer is installed, your
sorter slides away from the copier. Pull
the sorter away from the copier for easier
access.
Exit guide
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
2
Open the upper unit and remove any
misfed paper from inside the copier.
● See page 118 for opening the upper unit.
● For removing misfed paper, refer to “햳
Misfeeding around the Fuser Unit” on
page 132.
Fuser unit knob B
3
Close the upper unit and the front cover.
● See page 119 for closing the upper unit.
● If you pulled the sorter away from the
copier, push it fully back to the copier.
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8. REPLACING STAPLE CARTRIDGES
When the MG-1004, MG-2010 or MG-2012
is used:
∗
symbol flashes on the
The STAPLE
sorter when the stapler of the sorter has run
out of staples and this message appears on
the Message Display panel:
Set staple cartridge
Replace the staple cartridge as described
below.
∗ Refer to page 108 for the STAPLE symbol
position.
Replacing the Staple Cartridge of the MG-2010 (Optional)
1
Open the stapling unit cover.
2
Remove the empty staple cartridge.
● Lift the cartridge slightly and slide it out.
3
Install a new staple cartridge.
● First remove the cap from the new staple
cartridge.
Cap
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4
Slide the new stapling cartridge fully into
the staple unit.
5
Close the stapling unit cover.
6
Make sure that the stapling unit operates
correctly by stapling a few sheets of paper,
referring to “Manual Stapling” on page
114.
● If the stapling unit does not operate
correctly, reset the staple cartridge.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
Note: Do not remove the staple cartridge
except when you replace it with a new one.
151
8. REPLACING STAPLE CARTRIDGES (Cont.)
Replacing the Staple Cartridge of the MG-2012 (Optional)
1
2
Open the sorter’s front door.
3
Take out the stapler unit.
4
Push down the upper lever and take out
the empty staple case.
Push up the blue lever to unlock the
stapler unit.
1
2
5
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Set a new staple case in the stapler unit
until you hear a click.
● Do not remove the seal holding the staples
before setting the staple case in the stapler
unit.
6
Pull out the seal, which is holding the
staples, straight.
7
Set the stapler unit.
8
Close the sorter's front door.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
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8. REPLACING STAPLE CARTRIDGES (Cont.)
Replacing Procedure for the MG-1004 (Optional)
1
Open the cover of the stapling unit.
2
Push the stapling unit slightly inside,
then take away your finger.
● The stapling unit pops out a little.
3
Placing your fingers on both sides of the
stapling unit, pull it out until it comes to
a stop.
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4
Holding the empty cartridge with your
fingers as shown, take it out.
5
Pull out the black cover from a new
staple cartridge.
● Only one cartridge can be inserted at a
time.
● Use only the recommended type of staple
cartridge for your sorter.
6
Install the new cartridge as shown.
7
Push the stapling unit fully inside until a
“click” is heard.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
155
8. REPLACING STAPLE CARTRIDGES (Cont.)
8
Confirming that the stapling unit is
securely latched, close the cover of the
stapling unit.
9
Make sure that the stapling unit operates
correctly by stapling a few sheets of
paper, referring to “Manual Stapling” on
page 114.
● If the stapling unit does not operate
correctly, reset the staple cartridge.
Note: Do not remove the staple cartridge
except when you replace it with a new one.
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9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES
When the MG-1004, MG-2010 or MG-2012
is used:
∗
symbol flashes on the
The STAPLE
sorter when a staple has jammed in the
stapler and this message appears on the
Message Display panel:
Examine stapler
Remove the jammed staples as described
below.
∗ Refer to page 108 for the STAPLE symbol
position.
Removing Procedure for the MG-1004
2
Open the cover of the stapling unit.
3
Push the stapling unit slightly inside,
then take away your finger.
● The stapling unit pops out a little.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
1
Turn off the copier and take out all copies
from the sorter bins.
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9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES (cont.)
4
Placing your fingers on both sides of the
stapling unit, pull it out until it comes to
a stop.
5
Holding the stapling unit with your fingers
as shown, pull to raise it upright.
6
While pushing down the green stopper 햲
with your thumb, pinch the metal handle
햳 with your index finger and pull it slowly
toward you to open the staple cover.
2
1
7
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Remove all jammed staples.
8
Holding the metal handle, close the staple
cover.
● Make sure that the staple cover is latched
by the claw of the stopper.
9
Slowly swing back the stapling unit to its
original position.
10
Push the stapling unit back inside until a
“click” is heard.
11
12
Confirming that the stapling unit is
latched securely, close the stapling unit
cover and turn on the power switch.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
Referring to page 114 “Manual Stapling”,
staple a few sheets of paper manually to
check that stapling is performed
correctly.
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9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES (cont.)
Removing Procedure for the MG-2010
1
Turn off the power switch.
Open the stapling unit cover and loosen
the wing nut that holds the stapling unit
in place.
Wing nut
2
Holding the stapling unit as shown, lift it
slightly (arrow 햲 ) and take it out slowly
toward you (arrow 햳 ).
햲
햳
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WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
3
Holding the stapling unit with one hand,
push down the lever with the other hand
and hold it there.
Lever
4
Pull out the slider fully toward you (arrow).
5
Remove the jammed staples.
6
Push the slider fully in.
● Make sure that the lever has moved up to
latch the slider. If not, pull the lever up by
hand.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
Slider
Slider
Lever
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9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES (Cont.)
7
Replace the stapling unit in the sorter and
tighten the wing nut. Close the stapling
unit cover.
8
9
Remove all the copies from the sorter and
turn on the power switch.
162
Referring to page 114 “Manual Stapling”,
staple a few sheets of paper manually to
check that stapling is performed correctly.
WHEN THE GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FLASH
Removing Procedure for the MG-2012
1
2
Open the sorter’s front door.
3
Take out the stapler unit.
4
Push down the lever of the stapler unit.
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
Push up the blue lever to unlock the
stapler unit.
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9. REMOVING JAMMED STAPLES (Cont.)
5
Remove all the jammed staples.
6
Put the lever of the stapler unit back to its
initial position.
7
8
Push the stapler unit fully inside slowly.
164
Close the sorter’s front door.
10. CALL SERVICE
When the following message appears, copying is no longer possible:
CALL FOR SERVICE: CALL:
∗∗∗∗∗∗
The telephone number of your service technician will be displayed. Note it down, then turn the
power switch off and immediately call service for assistance.
Caution:
Since heaters are used to fix toner images to the copy paper, a safety circuit is incorporated in
this copier. After you turn on the power switch, if a certain temperature is not attained within a
certain period of time, the safety circuit, assuming that something abnormal has happened,
causes the operation of the copier to stop and shows the telephone number of your service
technician on the panel. This can possibly occur when the temperature is low but is not a
malfunction. If it does occur, turn the power switch off and then on again. Repeat this procedure
twice and if the problem still persists, turn off the power switch and call for service.
11. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
The following message might appear on the message display:
Time for periodic maintenance:
Call for service
WHEN THE
GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH
This indicates that assistance from a qualified
service technician is required. Call service for
assistance.
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166
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
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1. CLEANING THE CHARGERS
To maintain copy quality, the chargers should be cleaned preferably once a week according to
the following procedure. But before cleaning, BE SURE TO TURN OFF THE POWER SWITCH.
After lots of copies are made, white thin lines may appear on black portions of the copy. If this
occurs, the chargers need cleaning as described below.
Cleaning the chargers
1
2
Open the front cover.
To clean the upper charger, hold the
charger cleaning knob. Next, pull it out
fully to the front and then push it back to
the inside slowly and fully.
● Repeat this 3 or 4 times.
Cleaning knob
3
Clean the lower charger in the same way
as for the upper charger.
● Repeat this 3 or 4 times.
Cleaning knob
Note: Check to make sure that both charger
knobs are pushed fully inside.
4
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Close the front cover.
2. CLEANING THE COPIER
Note: Before cleaning the copier, be sure to
turn off the power switch.
Cleaning the original glass/original cover/transport belt
Clean the original glass, the original cover of
the copier and the original transport belt of
the optional automatic document feeder with
a dry cloth or alcohol when they become
dirty. They should be cleaned preferably
once a week.
Cleaning the outside doors and covers
MAINTENANCE
When the outside doors and covers of the
copier become dirty, clean them using a
cloth which should be soaked with a suitable
neutral detergent and then squeezed tightly.
After doing this, wipe off the detergent
completely with a dry cloth.
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3. SIMPLE TROUBLESHOOTING
When the Copier does not Start
Is the power-cord
plug firmly inserted
in the outlet?
No
Insert the powercord plug firmly.
Yes
Is the front cover
firmly closed?
No
Close the front
cover properly.
Has the copier
started?
No
Is the upper unit
firmly latched?
No
Push down the
upper unit until it
latches with a click.
When Copies are Dirty
Is the original cover,
the original transport
belt or the glass dirty?
Yes
Clean the glass, the
original cover and
the original transport
belt with a dry cloth
or alcohol.
Yes
Are the chargers
dirty?
Yes
Clean the chargers.
Has the copy image
become clear?
No
Is the exposure
set properly?
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No
Press the AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE
key, or set the exposure
properly in the manual
exposure mode.
MAINTENANCE
When Copies are too Light or too Dark
Are the copies too
light or too dark with
the exposure set at
the automatic
exposure mode?
Yes
Use the manual
exposure mode.
Yes
Has the copy image
become clear?
Are the chargers
dirty?
Yes
Clean the chargers.
No
When No Image is Copied
Are the originals set
face up on the
original feed tray of
the document feeder
?
No
Set the originals
face up.
Yes
Is the original set
face down on the
glass?
No
Set the original
face down.
MAINTENANCE
Have copies been
properly made?
No
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SPECIFICATIONS/
ACCESSORIES/
OPTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
ACCESSORIES
OPTIONS
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1. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE 3560
Copying Process
Indirect electrophotographic method (dry process)
Type
Desk top
Acceptable Originals Books, sheets and three-dimensional objects
Original Table
Fixed table
Acceptable Copy
Paper Size
Automatic feeding
Copying Speed
35 copies per minute (A4)
First Copy Time
About 4.0 seconds (A4 size, 100%, upper cassette)
Multiple Copying
Up to 999 copies, keyboard entry
Warm-up Time
About 80 seconds
Manual feeding
A3 size to A5-R size
Reproduction Ratio
Multiple reduction and enlargement ratios from 50% to 200%
Paper Supply
•Automatic feeding from one front-loading cassette (600 sheets)
•Automatic feeding from optional large-capacity feeders MP-1501
and MP-4001 or optional paper feeding pedestals KD-1003A or KD-2009A
•Manual feeding through a sheet bypass (50 sheets)
Acceptable
Paper Weight
Automatic feeding:
64 g/m2 – 80 g/m2
Manual feeding:
64 g/m2 – 130 g/m2
Toner Supply
Automatic toner-density monitoring/dispensing
Exposure Control
Automatic plus manual selection from 9 exposure steps
Dimensions
W601 x D661 x H540 mm
Weight
Approx. 73kg
Power Supply/
220-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 8 A
Power Consumption
1.7kW
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
2. ACCESSORIES OF THE 3560
Copy Receiving Tray
1 piece
Operator’s Manual Pocket
1 piece
Unpacking/Set-up Instructions
1 piece
Operator’s Manual
1 piece
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3. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDERS (Optional)
Model Name
MR-3006A
MR-2008
Number of Originals
Up to 50 originals (A4, 80 g/m2)
can be set at a time.
Same as the MR-3006A
Feeding Speed
Acceptable Original Size
Approx. 35 originals/minute (A4)
Minimum ................ A5-R
Maximum ............... A3
Paper weight ......... 64 g/m2 – 80 g/m2
Same as the MR-3006A
Same as the MR-3006A
Reversing Capability
Yes
No
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Same as the MR-3006A
Dimensions
W597 x D494 x H120 mm
Same as the MR-3006A
Weight
Approx. 10 kg
Approx. 9 kg
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
4. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE AUTOMATIC DUPLEXING UNIT (Optional)
Model Name
MD-5002A
Type
Modular (cassette-type)
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Maximum Capacity
50 sheets (all sizes, 64~80 g/m2)
Dimensions
(W) 598 x (D) 620 x (H) 110 mm
Weight
Approx. 9 kg
SPECIFICATIONS/
ACCESSORIES/
OPTIONS
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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5. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE LARGE-CAPACITY FEEDERS (Optional)
Model Name
MP-1501
MP-4001
Type
Hanging type
Floor type
Power Source
Supplied from the copier
Supplied from the copier
Maximum Capacity
1500 sheets of paper
(A4 size, 64~80 g/m2)
4000 sheets of paper
(A4 size, 64~80 g/m2)
Dimensions
(W) 317 x (D) 460 x (H) 288 mm
(W) 300 x (D) 478 x (H) 725 mm
Weight
Approx. 8 kg
Approx. 18 kg
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
6. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PAPER FEEDING PEDESTALS (Optional)
Model Name
KD-1003A
KD-2009A
Number of Cassettes
One
Two
Cassette Capacity
600 sheets for each cassette
2
600 sheets for each cassette
64 – 80 g/m2
Acceptable Paper Weight
64 – 80 g/m
Dimensions
W598 x D625 x H452 mm
W598 x D625 x H452 mm
Weight
Approx. 30 kg
Approx. 35 kg
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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7. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SORTERS (Optional)
Model Name
MG-1003A
MG-1004
MG-2009
Type
Suspended
Suspended
Suspended
Number of Bins
10
10
20
Non-sort
mode
200 (A4, A4-R,A5-R)
150 (A3, B4)
200 (A4, A4-R, B4)
100 (A5-R)
100 (A3)
600 (A4)
500 (A4-R, B4, A3)
Sort mode
30 (A4, A4-R, A5-R)
15 (A3, B4)
30 (A4, A4-R)
25 (B4)
10 (A3)
50 (A4, A4-R)
25 (B4, A3)
20 ( B4, A4, A4-R)
10 (A3)
30 (A4)
25 (A4-R, B4, A3)
A4 –A3
64 – 80 g/m2
A4 – A3
64 – 80 g/m2
Bin Capacity:
Group mode 20 (A4, A4-R, A5-R)
15 (A3, B4)
Acceptable Paper
Size
A4 – A3
Paper Weight
64 – 80 g/m2
Stapling Function
—
Up to 25 (A4, B4, A4-R)
Up to 10 (A3)
—
Power Source
From the copier
From the copier
Dimensions
(W) x (D) x (H)
(W) x (D) x (H)
(W) x (D) x (H)
335 ¥ 483 ¥ 315 mm
333 ¥ 575 ¥ 370 mm
342 ¥ 530 ¥ 492mm
Approx. 6.8 kg
Approx. 13 kg
Approx. 16 kg
Weight
From the copier
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Model Name
MG-2012
MG-2010
Type
Suspended
Console
Number of Bins
20
20 + 1 (receiving tray)
Bin Capacity:
Non-sort
mode
600 (A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R) 850 (A4)
500 (A3, B4, Folio)
750 (A4-R, B4, A3)
Sort mode
50 (A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R)
25 (A3, B4, Folio)
30 (A4)
25 (A4-R, B4, A3)
Acceptable Paper
Size
A4 – A3
Paper Weight
64 – 80 g/m2
A4 – A3
64 – 80 g/m2
Stapling Function 50 (A4, A4-R)
25 (A3, B4)
50 (A4),
25 (A3, B4, A4-R)
Power Source
From the copier
From the copier
Dimensions
(W) x (D) x (H)
(W) x (D) x (H)
382 x 594 x 624mm
460 x 595 x 954mm
Approx. 25 kg
Approx. 42.8 kg
Weight
SPECIFICATIONS/
ACCESSORIES/
OPTIONS
Group mode 30 (A4)
25 (A3, B4, Folio)
50 (A4)
25 (A4-R, B4, A3)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Toshiba copiers are manufactured to the highest technical standards, using quality parts and
components, and are designed to meet all electrical safety and environmental requirements.
To ensure that optimum levels of performance and reliability are maintained, we strongly advise
that your machine receives regular visits for Preventative Maintenance at the copy intervals
prescribed by Toshiba, which are:
160,000 copies Main Service
On models which incorporate a periodic maintenance message “TIME FOR PERIODIC
MAINTENANCE” on the message display, this message will notify you that preventative
maintenance has become necessary, when pre-programmed by your dealer technician.
To ensure that the aforementioned quality standards are maintained, we strongly recommend
that only Original Toshiba supplies and parts are used in your copier.
How to affix the PM labels
The labels have to be replaced by Service Technicians at the time of setup and each
PM time.
To Service Technicians:
At the time of set up and each PM, fill in the appropriate label with the current Total Counter
reading, the date and your signature, then peel off and affix the upper parts of next PM sticker
to the copier as shown.
1. How to fill in the labels:
2. Affixing position
8888800
Counter
Date
Signature
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