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C332
User’s Guide
PREFACE
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete,
accurate, and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the results of
errors beyond its control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software
and equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect
the applicability of the information in it. Mention of software products manufactured by
other companies does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the manufacturer.
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful
as possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or
completeness of the information contained herein.
The most up-to-date drivers and manuals are available from:
http://www.oki.com/printing/
Copyright © 2016. All rights reserved.
OKI is a registered trademark of Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.
Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
proprietors.
As an Energy Star Program Participant, the manufacturer has determined that
this product meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
This product complies with the requirements of the Council Directives 2014/30/
EU(EMC), 2014/35/EU(LVD),1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2009/125/EC (ErP) and
2011/65/EU(RoHS), as amended where applicable, on the approximation of the
laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low
Voltage, Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment, Energy related
Products and Restriction on the use of certain Hazardous Substances in
electrical and electronic equipment.
The following cables were used to evaluate this product to achieve EMC directive
2014/30/EU compliance and configurations other than this may affect that compliance.
CABLE TYPE
LENGTH
(METRE)
Power
1.8
USB
5.0
LAN
7.0
Preface > 2
CORE
SHIELD
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Take care with toner powder:
If swallowed, give small amounts of cold water and seek medical
attention. DO NOT attempt to induce vomiting.
If inhaled, move the person to an open area for fresh air. Seek medical
attention.
If it gets into the eyes, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15
minutes keeping eyelids open. Seek medical attention.
Spillages should be treated with cold water and soap to help reduce risk
of staining skin or clothing.
MANUFACTURER
Oki Data Corporation,
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-8551,
Japan
IMPORTER TO THE EU/AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE
Oki Europe Limited
Blays House
Wick Road
Egham
Surrey, TW20 0HJ
United Kingdom
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
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ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
Emergency first aid > 3
CONTENTS
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Emergency first aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Manufacturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Importer to the EU/authorised representative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Environmental information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Notes, cautions and warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
About this guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Documentation suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On-line usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the display language . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Energy saving settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power saving mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sleep mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Returning to standby mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Paper recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette trays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi purpose tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Output tray (face down). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear output tray (face up) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Loading paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Cassette trays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Multi purpose tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Menu functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Operator panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to change the settings - user . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to change the settings - administrator . . . . . .
Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Print Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Admin Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Print Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Color Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PS Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PCL Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XPS Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IBM PPR Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EPSON FX Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Panel Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tray Setup . . . . .
Others Setup . . .
Settings . . . . . . .
Change Password
Print statistics . . .
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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing consumable items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toner cartridge replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the transfer belt unit . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuser replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
...the unit casing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
...the LED head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional paper tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the driver device options . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mac OS X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Major printer components and paper path . . . . . . .
Paper sensor error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before Machine Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Oki contact details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Contents > 5
NOTES, CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
NOTE
A note provides additional information to supplement the main text.
CAUTION!
A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may
result in equipment malfunction or damage.
WARNING!
A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may
result in a risk of personal injury.
For the protection of your product, and in order to ensure that you benefit from its full
functionality, this model has been designed to operate only with genuine original toner
cartridges. Any other toner cartridge may not operate at all, even if it is described as
“compatible”, and if it does work, your product's performance and print quality may be
degraded.
Use of non-genuine products may invalidate your warranty.
Specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks acknowledged.
Notes, cautions and warnings > 6
ABOUT THIS GUIDE
NOTE
Images used in this manual may include optional features that your product
does not have installed.
DOCUMENTATION SUITE
This guide is part of a suite of online and printed documentation provided to help you
become familiar with your product and to make the best use of its many powerful features.
The documentation is summarised below for reference and is found on the manuals DVD
unless indicated otherwise:
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Installation Safety booklet: provides information for safe use of your product.
This is a paper document that is packaged with the product and should be read before
setting up your machine.
>
Set-up guide: describes how to unpack, connect and turn on your product.
This is a paper document that is packaged with the product.
>
User’s Guide: helps you become familiar with your product and make the best use
of its many features. Also included are guidelines for troubleshooting and
maintenance to ensure that it performs at its best. Additionally, information is
provided for adding optional accessories as your printing needs evolve.
>
Network Guide: helps you become familiar with the functionality of the built in
network interface card.
>
Printing Guide: helps you become familiar with the many features of the driver
software supplied with your product.
>
Barcode Printing Guide: helps you become familiar with your product’s built in
barcode printing feature.
>
Installation Guides: accompany consumable items and optional accessories to
describe how to install them.
These are paper documents that are packaged with the consumables and optional
accessories.
>
On-line Help: on-line information accessible from the printer driver and utility
software.
Depending on your OS, model or version, the description on this document may be
different.
About this guide > 7
ON-LINE USAGE
This guide is intended to be read on screen using Adobe Reader. Use the navigation and
viewing tools provided in Adobe Reader.
There are many cross-references within this book, each highlighted as blue text. When you
click on a cross-reference the display will instantly jump to the part of the manual
containing the referenced material.
By using the
before.
button in Adobe Reader, you can navigate directly back to where you were
You can access specific information in two ways:
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In the list of bookmarks down the left hand side of your screen, click on the topic of
interest to jump to the required topic. (If the bookmarks are not available, use the
“Contents” on page 4.)
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In the list of bookmarks, click on Index to jump to the Index. (If the bookmarks are
not available, use the “Contents” on page 4.) Find the term of interest in the
alphabetically arranged index and click on the associated page number to jump to
the page containing the term.
PRINTING PAGES
The whole manual, individual pages, or sections may be printed. The procedure is:
1.
From the toolbar, select File > Print (or press the Ctrl + P keys).
2.
Choose which pages you wish to print:
(a)
All pages, (1), for the entire manual.
(b)
Current page, (2), for the page at which you are looking.
1
2
3
(c)
Pages from and to, (3), for the range of pages you specify by entering their
page numbers.
(d)
Click OK.
About this guide > 8
GETTING STARTED
OVERVIEW
FRONT VIEW
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10
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1. Output tray (face down stacker).
5. Multi-purpose tray release recess.
Standard printed copy delivery point. Holds
up to 150 sheets at 80g/m².
2. Operator panel.
6. Output tray release button.
7. LED heads.
8. Fuser release levers.
Menu driven operator controls and LCD
panela.
9. Toner cartridges (C,M,Y,K).
10. ID unit.
3. Paper tray.
Standard paper tray. Holds up to 250 sheets
of 80g/m² paper.
4. Multi purpose tray.
Used for feeding heavier paper stocks,
envelopes and other special media. Also for
manual feeding of single sheets when
required.
a. The display language can be changed to show different languages. (see “Changing the
display language” on page 10).
Getting Started > 9
REAR VIEW
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4
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1. AC power socket.
4. Network interface.a
2. Rear output tray (face up stacker). 5. Wireless LAN I/F Cover.
3. USB interface.
a. The Network Interface may have a protective “plug” which
must be removed before connection can be made.
When the rear paper stacker is folded down paper exits the printer through the rear of the
printer and is stacked here face up. This is mainly used for heavy print media. When used
in conjunction with the multi purpose feed tray, the paper path through the printer is
essentially straight. This avoids bending the paper around curves in the paper path and
enables feeding of up to 220g/m² media.
CHANGING THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE
The default language used by your machine for display messages is English. If required,
this can be changed using the Panel Language Set-up utility.
SWITCHING ON
1.
Plug the power cable into the power socket of your machine.
2.
Plug the power cable into the electric socket.
3.
Press the power switch ON.Switching off
SWITCHING OFF
Hold down the power switch for approximately one second.
NOTE
A message displays on the LCD screen and power switch indicator blinks, then
the printer switches OFF automatically.
Getting Started > 10
ENERGY SAVING SETTINGS
POWER SAVING MODE
If you do not use the machine for a while, it will enter the power saving mode to control
the power consumption of the device. To cancel or initiate power saving mode, press the
Power Save button on the control panel. The Power Save button illuminates while in
Power Save Mode.
NOTE
By default, the time interval to enter power saving mode is set to 1 minute.
You can change the time interval by pressing the Menu buttons on the control
panel. Then select MENUS > SYSTEM ADJUST > POW SAVE TIME.
SLEEP MODE
Your machine transitions from power saving mode to sleep mode after a set period of time.
In sleep mode the power consumption of the device is minimal. The Power Save button
blinks while in sleep mode.
NOTE
> The machine will not enter sleep mode if an error occurs and the machine
requires attention.
> By default, the time interval to enter sleep mode is set to 15 minutes. You
can change the time interval by pressing the Menu buttons on the control
panel. Then select MENUS > SYSTEM ADJUST > SLEEP TIME.
> It will automatically switch from Sleep Mode to Power Save Mode. In a
network environment with a large number of packets flows, your
computer may respond by automatically switching from Sleep mode to
Power Save Mode. After a period of time has elapsed, the computer will
automatically enter into Sleep Mode.
RETURNING TO STANDBY MODE
To return the machine to standby mode from power save or sleep mode, press the Power
Save button on the control panel.
NOTE
When your machine receives a print job, it automatically returns to standby
mode.
Getting Started > 11
PAPER RECOMMENDATIONS
Your printer will handle a variety of print media, including a range of paper weights and
sizes, labels and envelopes. This section provides general advice on choice of media, and
explains how to use each type.
The best performance will be obtained when using standard 75~90g/m² paper designed
for use in copiers and laser printers.
Use of heavily embossed or very rough textured paper is not recommended.
Pre-printed stationery can be used, but the ink must not offset when exposed to the high
fuser temperatures used in the printing process.
Envelopes
CAUTION!
Envelopes should be free from twist, curl or other deformations.
They should also be of the rectangular flap type, with glue that
remains intact when subjected to hot roll pressure fusing used in
this type of printer. Window envelopes are not suitable.
Labels
CAUTION!
Labels should also be of the type recommended for use in copiers
and laser printers, in which the base carrier page is entirely
covered by labels. Other types of label stock may damage the
printer due to the labels peeling off during the printing process.
CASSETTE TRAYS
SIZE
DIMENSIONS
A6a
105 x 148mm
Light
64 - 74g/m²
148 x 210mm
Medium Light
75 - 82g/m²
B5
182 x 257mm
Medium
83 - 104g/m²
B6a
128 x 182mm
Heavy
105 - 120g/m²
Executive
184.2 x 266.7mm
Ultra heavy1
121 - 176g/m²
A4
210 x 297mm
Ultra heavy2
177 - 220g/m²
Letter
215.9 x 279.4mm
Tray 1/2:
64 - 176g/m²
Legal 13in.
216 x 330mm
Legal 13.5in.
216 x 343mm
Legal 14in.
216 x 356mm
Statementa
139.7 x 216mm
8.5in.SQ
216 x 216mm
Folio
210 x 330mm
A5
WEIGHT (G/M²)
MP tray:
64 - 220g/m²
Duplex:
64 - 176g/m²
a. A6, B6 and Statement printing from Tray 1 or the MP tray only.
If you have identical paper stock loaded in another tray (2nd tray if you have one, or multi
purpose tray) you have the printer automatically switch to the other tray when the current
tray runs out of paper. When printing from Windows applications, this function is enabled
in the driver settings. When printing from other systems, this function is enabled in the
Print Menu. (See “AUTO TRAY SWITCH” on page 28.)
Paper recommendations > 12
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY
The multi purpose tray can handle the same sizes as the cassette trays but in weights up
to 220g/m². For very heavy paper stock use rear output tray (face up). This ensures that
the paper path through the printer is almost straight.
The multi purpose tray can feed paper widths from 64mm to 216mm and lengths from
127.0mm to 1320mm (banner printing).
For paper lengths exceeding 356mm (Legal 14in.) use paper stock between 90g/m² and
128g/m² and rear output tray (face up).
Use the multi purpose tray for printing on envelopes. Up to 10 envelopes can be loaded at
one time, subject to a maximum stacking depth of 10mm.
OUTPUT TRAY (FACE DOWN)
Output tray on the top of the printer can hold up to 150 sheets of 80g/m² standard paper,
and can handle paper stocks up to 176g/m².
Pages printed in reading order (page 1 first) will be sorted in reading order (last page on
top, facing down).
The number of sheets that can be stacked on the face down stacker may vary depending
on environment.
REAR OUTPUT TRAY (FACE UP)
Rear output tray at the rear of the printer should be opened and the tray extension pulled
out when required for use. In this condition paper will exit via this path, regardless of driver
settings.
Rear output tray can hold up to 100 sheets of 80g/m² standard paper, and can handle
stocks up to 220g/m².
Always use this stacker and the multi purpose feeder for paper stocks heavier than
176g/m².
DUPLEX
Automatic two-sided printing on the same range of paper sizes as tray 2 (i.e. all cassette
sizes except A6), using paper stocks from 64 - 176g/m².
Paper recommendations > 13
LOADING PAPER
CASSETTE TRAYS
1.
Remove the paper tray from the printer.
2.
Fan the paper to be loaded at the edges (1) and in the middle (2) to ensure that all
sheets are properly separated, then tap the edges of the stack on a flat surface to
make it flush again (3).
1
2
3
Loading paper > 14
3.
Load paper (letter headed paper face down and top edge towards the front of the
printer), as shown.
a
b
4.
Adjust the rear stopper (a) and paper guides (b) to the size of paper being used.
5.
Close the paper tray gently.
To prevent paper jams:
>
Do not leave space between the paper and the guides and rear stopper.
>
Do not overfill the paper tray. Capacity depends on the type of paper stock.
>
Do not load damaged paper.
>
Do not load paper of different sizes or types at the same time.
>
Close the paper tray gently.
Loading paper > 15
>
Do not pull the paper tray out during printing (except as described below for the 2nd
tray).
NOTE
> If you have two trays and you are printing from the 1st (upper) tray, you
can pull out the 2nd (lower) tray during printing to reload it. However, if
you are printing from the 2nd (lower) tray, do not pull out the 1st (upper)
tray. This will cause a paper jam.
> For face down printing, make sure rear output tray (a) is closed (the
paper exits from the top of the printer). Stacking capacity is
approximately 150 sheets, depending on paper weight.
> For face up printing, make sure rear output tray (a) is open and the paper
support (b) is extended. Paper is stacked in reverse order and tray
capacity is approximately 100 sheets, depending on paper weight.
> Always use the face up (rear) stacker for heavy paper (card stock, etc.).
a
b
CAUTION!
Do not open or close the rear paper exit while printing as it may
result in a paper jam.
Loading paper > 16
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY
1.
Open the multi purpose tray (a).
2.
Fold out the paper supports (b).
c
d
b
a
d
3.
Press gently down on the paper platform (c) to ensure it is latched down.
4.
Load the paper and adjust the paper guides (d) to the size of paper being used.
> For single-sided printing on headed paper load the paper into the multi purpose
tray with pre-printed side up and top edge into the printer.
> For two-sided (duplex) printing on headed paper load the paper with pre-printed
side down and top edge away from the printer.
> Envelopes should be loaded face up with top edge to the left and short edge into
the printer. Do not select duplex printing on envelopes.
> Do not exceed the paper capacity of about 100 sheets or 10 envelopes. Maximum
stacking depth is 10mm.
5.
Press the tray latch button inwards to release the paper platform, so that the paper
is lifted and gripped in place.
6.
Set the correct paper size for the multi purpose tray in the Media Menu.
Loading paper > 17
OPERATION
For full details of how to use the machine and any optional accessories to print jobs
efficiently and effectively, please refer to the Printing Guide and the Barcode Guide.
Operation > 18
MENU FUNCTIONS
This section lists the menus accessed via the controls on the printer’s operator panel and
displayed in the LCD window.
OPERATOR PANEL
1. READY LED
ON: Ready to receive
data.
2. DISPLAY
Displays the printer
status and any error
messages.
4. ON LINE Button
Switches between
ONLINE and OFFLINE.
BLINKING: Processing
data.
OFF: Offline.
3. MENU Buttons
In the ONLINE or
OFFLINE mode: enters
the Menu mode.
Exits the menu and goes
ONLINE when pressed in
the Menu mode.
In the Menu mode:
forwards or reverses the
menu item displayed.
Forces printing on the
paper currently loaded
when pressed with
“WRONG PAPER” or
“WRONG PAPER SIZE”
displayed.
Press for 2 secs. or
longer to fast forward or
reverse.
5. ATTENTION LED
ON: A warning occurs.
Printing may be possible
(e.g low toner).
6. BACK Button
BLINKING: An error
occurs. Printing not
possible (e.g. toner
empty).
OFF: Normal condition.
Menu functions > 19
Returns to the previous
higher level menu item.
7. OK Button
In the Menu mode:
determines the setting
selected.
8. CANCEL Button
Deletes the data being
printed or received when
pressed for two seconds
or longer.
Deletes the data when
pressed for two seconds
or longer with WRONG
PAPER SIZE, RUN OUT
OF PAPER, TRAY 1 IS
OPEN, or TRAY 1 IS NOT
FOUND is displayed.
Exits the menu and goes
ONLINE when pressed in
the Menu mode.
9. POWER SAVE
Button & LED
Pressing this button
switches the machine
into power save mode or
wakes the machine up
from power save mode.
ON: Power save state.
BLINKING: Sleep state.
OFF: When it is not
sleep or power save,
either.
Operator panel > 20
HOW TO CHANGE THE SETTINGS - USER
It should be noted that many of these settings can be, and often are, overridden by settings
in the Windows printer drivers. However, several of the driver settings can be left at
“Printer Setting”, which will then default to the settings entered in these printer menus.
Where applicable, factory default settings are shown in bold type in the following tables.
In the normal operating condition, known as “standby,” the printer’s LCD window will show
“ONLINE.” In this condition, to enter the menu system, press the up and down Menu
buttons on the operator panel to move up and down through the list of menus until the
menu you wish to view is displayed. Then proceed as follows:
1.
Use the up and down MENU buttons on the control panel to scroll through the
menus. When the item you want to change is displayed, press OK to view the submenus for that item.
2.
Use the up and down MENU buttons to move up and down through the sub-menu
items. When the item you want to change is displayed press OK to display the
setting.
3.
Use the up and down MENU buttons to move up and down through the available
settings for the sub-menu item. When the item you want to change is displayed
press OK to display the setting. An asterisk (*) will appear next to the setting,
indicating that this setting is currently in effect.
4.
Do one of the following:
> Press BACK again to move up to the list of menus;
or…
> Press ON LINE or CANCEL to exit from the menu system and return to standby.
HOW TO CHANGE THE SETTINGS - ADMINISTRATOR
You can set whether to ENABLE or DISABLE each category in the user menu.
Disabled categories are not displayed in the User’s menu. Only a system administrator can
change these settings.
1.
Press up or down on the operator panel to display ADMIN SETUP.
2.
Press the OK button.
3.
At the Enter Password prompt, enter the Admin password:
(a)
Using the up and down MENU buttons, scroll to the required letter/digit.
(b)
Press the OK button to input and move to the next letter/digit.
(c)
Repeat steps (a) and (b) until all letters/digits are entered.
Enter your 6 to 12 digit password.
(The default password is 999999).
4.
Press the OK button.
5.
Press the up or down MENU button until the “category” you want to change is
displayed.
6.
Press the OK button.
7.
Press the up or down MENU button until the “item” you want to change is displayed.
8.
Press the OK button.
9.
Using the up or down MENU button, identify the parameter as required.
10.
Press the OK button to enter an asterisk (*) on the right side of the setting selected.
Operator panel > 21
11.
Press the ON LINE button to switch to online. The machine will automatically re-boot.
MENUS
NOTE
This guide is written to cover a number of models and as such may reference
menu items or features that your machine does not have installed or does not
support.
CONFIGURATION
ITEM
TRAY COUNT
SUPPLIES
LIFE
NETWORK
EXPLANATION
MP TRAY
The total number of pages fed from MP tray.
TRAY1
The total number of pages fed from tray 1.
TRAY2
The total number of pages fed from tray 2.
DRUM UNIT LIFE
Percentage of image drum unit life remaining.
BELT LIFE
Percentage of belt life remaining.
FUSER LIFE
Percentage of fuser life remaining.
K TONER
K toner residual quantity.
C TONER
C toner residual quantity.
M TONER
M toner residual quantity.
Y TONER
Y toner residual quantity.
NETWORK INFO
PRINTER NAME
Displays “Printer Name” (a printer name used in DNS
or Network PnP) of the network with a wire.
SHORT NAME
Displays “Short Printer Name” (a printer name used as
NetBEUI Computer Name) of the network with a wire.
ENABLING DEFAULT
GATEWAY
WIRED
IPV4 ADDRESS
Current assigned IP address. To change, press OK and
use Menu buttons to increment 1st octet, then press
OK again to move on to next octet. When 4th octet
has been set, press OK again to register new address.
SUBNET MASK
Current assigned subnet mask. To change, proceed
as above.
GATEWAY ADDRESS
Current assigned gateway address. To change,
proceed as above.
MAC ADDRESS
Displays the MAC address of the network with a wire.
NETWORK VERSION
Displays the version of F/W of the network with a wire.
WEB VERSION
Displays the version of WebPage of the network with
a wire.
IPV6 LOCAL
Displays the local IPv6 address. This menu is not
displayed when Disable is selected for “ADMIN
SETUP”-“NETWORK SETUP”-“TCP/IP”.
Operator panel > 22
ITEM
NETWORK
(cont.)
EXPLANATION
NETWORK INFO
(cont.)
IPV6 STATELESS
WIRELESS
(INFRASTRUCTURE)
FW VERSION
INFO*
IPV6 STATEFUL
Displays the version of Wireless LAN Firmware.
WIRELESS
(INFRASTRUCTURE)
SSID
SSID of connection
SECURITY
Displays the security type of wireless LAN.
STATE
Displays the state of wireless lan.
BAND
Displays the using band of wireless lan.
CHANNEL
Display the using channel of wireless lan.
RSSI
Display the RSSI by percent.
IPV4 ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
IPV6 LOCAL
IPV6 STATELESS
IPV6 STATEFUL
WIRELESS
(AP MODE)
INFO*
WIRELESS (AP MODE)
SSID
PASSWORD
CONNECTED
DEVICES
IPV4 ADDRESS
SYSTEM
SERIAL NUMBER
Displays the serial number of the printer.
ASSET NUMBER
Displays the Asset Number.
LOT NUMBER
Displays the Lot Number.
FW VERSION
Displays the version number of Firmware.
CU VERSION
Displays the version number of CU (Control Unit)
firmware.
PU VERSION
Displays the version number of PU (Print Unit)
firmware.
RAM
Displays the total size of all the RAM installed in the
printer.
FLASH MEMORY
Displays the total size of all the Flash Memory
installed in the printer.
*: If the optional Wireless LAN Module is fitted.
Operator panel > 23
PRINT INFO
This menu provides a quick method of listing various items stored within the printer.
ITEM
EXPLANATION
CONFIGRATION
Prints complete menu listing with current settings shown.
NETWORK
Prints Network configuration information.
DEMO PAGE
Prints demonstration page containing graphics and text in color
and monochrome.
PRINT FILE LIST
Prints a job file list.
PRINT PSE FONT
Prints a font list of installed PostScript.
PRINT PCL FONT
Prints a font list of installed PCL emulation and PCL barcode.
PRINT PPR FONT
Prints a font list of IBMPPR.
PRINT FX FONT
Prints a font list of EPSON FX.
USAGE REPORT
Prints the total of JobLog.
SUPPLIES REPORT
Prints the supplies report.
PRINT ERROR LOG
Prints an error log.
COLOR TUNING
Prints the pattern for the user to adjust TRC.
COLOR PROF LIST
Prints a list of stored color profiles.
JOB LOG
Prints the Job history.
Operator panel > 24
MENUS
ITEM
TRAY
CONFIG
MP TRAY
CONFIG
PAPERSIZE
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
A4
A5
Selects the size of paper to be fed from the
multi purpose tray.
A6
For CUSTOM setting see X DIMENSION
B5
and Y DIMENSION.
B6
B6 Half
LEGAL14
LEGAL13.5
LEGAL13
LETTER
EXECUTIVE
STATEMENT
8.5“SQ
Folio
16K(184x260mm)
16K(195x270mm)
16K(197x273mm)
CUSTOM
INDEXCARD
4x6 INCH
5x7 INCH
COM-9 ENVELOPE
COM-10 ENVELOPE
MONARCH ENV
DL ENVELOPE
C5 ENVELOPE
HAGAKI
OUFUKUHAGAKI
NAGAGATA #3
NAGAGATA #4
YOUGATA #4
X DIMENSION
64 MILLIMETER
~
210 MILLIMETER
~
Specifies paper width of Custom paper as a
default value.
Sets a paper size at right angles to the paper
run direction.
216 MILLIMETER
Y DOMENSION
127 MILLIMETER
~
279 MILLIMETER
~
Specifies paper length of Custom paper as a
default value.
Sets a paper size in the same direction as the
paper run direction.
297 MILLIMETER
~
356 MILLIMETER
~
1321 MILLIMETER
Operator panel > 25
ITEM
TRAY
CONFIG
(cont.)
MP TRAY
CONFIG
(cont.)
MEDIATYPE
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
PLAIN
Selects the type of media to be fed from the
multi purpose tray so that the printer can
adjust its internal parameters to better
accommodate the selected type of media.
LETTERHEAD
LABELS
BOND
RECYCLED
Note: USERTYPEn are displayed only if
registered in the host PC/Server.
CARD STOCK
ROUGH
ENVELOPE
GLOSSY
USERTYPE1
USERTYPE2
USERTYPE3
USERTYPE4
USERTYPE5
MEDIAWEIGHT
LIGHT
MEDIUM LIGHT
Selects the media weight to be fed from the
multi purpose tray.
MEDIUM
HEAVY
ULTRA HEAVY1
ULTRA HEAVY2
TRAY USAGE
WHEN
MISMATCHING
DO NOT USE
If a document to be printed demands a paper
size not installed in the selected tray, the
printer can automatically feed from the multi
purpose tray instead.
If this function is not enabled, the printer will
stop and request the correct size of paper to
be loaded.
TRAY1
CONFIG
PAPERSIZE
A4
A5
A6
B5
Selects the size of paper loaded in Tray 1
(upper tray if both trays installed).
For CUSTOM setting see X DIMENSION and Y
DIMENSION
B6
LEGAL14
LEGAL13.5
LEGAL13
LETTER
EXECUTIVE
STATEMENT
8.5“SQ
Folio
16K(184x260mm)
16K(195x270mm)
16K(197x273mm)
CUSTOM
HAGAKI
X DIMENSION
100 MILLIMETER
~
210 MILLIMETER
~
Specifies paper width of Custom paper as a
default value.
Sets a paper size at right angles to the paper
run direction.
216 MILLIMETER
Operator panel > 26
ITEM
TRAY
CONFIG
(cont.)
TRAY1
CONFIG
(cont.)
Y DOMENSION
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
148 MILLIMETER
Specifies paper length of Custom paper as a
default value.
~
279 MILLIMETER
~
Sets a paper size in the same direction as the
paper run direction.
297 MILLIMETER
~
356 MILLIMETER
MEDIATYPE
PLAIN
LETTERHEAD
BOND
RECYCLED
CARD STOCK
ROUGH
GLOSSY
USERTYPE1
USERTYPE2
Selects the type of media loaded in this tray.
This will help the printer to adjust its internal
operating parameters, such as engine speed
and fusing temperature, to better
accommodate the media to be fed.
For example, letterhead may benefit from a
slightly lower fusing temperature to ensure
that its ink does not offset.
Note: USERTYPEn are displayed only if
registered in the host PC/Server.
USERTYPE3
USERTYPE4
USERTYPE5
MEDIAWEIGHT
LIGHT
MEDIUM LIGHT
Adjusts the printer for the weight of paper
stock loaded in this tray.
MEDIUM
HEAVY
ULTRA HEAVY1
TRAY2
CONFIG
PAPERSIZE
A4
A5
B5
Selects the size of paper loaded in Tray 2
(lower) if installed. For CUSTOM setting see X
DIMENSION and Y DIMENSION.
LEGAL14
LEGAL13.5
LEGAL13
LETTER
EXECUTIVE
8.5“SQ
Folio
16K(184x260mm)
16K(195x270mm)
16K(197x273mm)
CUSTOM
X DIMENSION
148 MILLIMETER
~
210 MILLIMETER
~
Specifies paper width of Custom paper as a
default value.
Sets a paper size at right angles to the paper
run direction.
216 MILLIMETER
Operator panel > 27
ITEM
TRAY
CONFIG
(cont.)
TRAY2
CONFIG
(cont.)
Y DOMENSION
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
210 MILLIMETER
Specifies paper length of Custom paper as a
default value.
~
279 MILLIMETER
~
Sets a paper size in the same direction as the
paper run direction.
297 MILLIMETER
~
356 MILLIMETER
MEDIATYPE
PLAIN
LETTERHEAD
BOND
RECYCLED
CARD STOCK
ROUGH
GLOSSY
USERTYPE1
USERTYPE2
Selects the type of media loaded in this tray (if
installed). This will help the printer to adjust its
internal operating parameters, such as engine
speed and fusing temperature, to better
accommodate the media to be fed.
For example, letterhead may benefit from a
slightly lower fusing temperature to ensure
that its ink does not offset.
Note: USERTYPEn are displayed only if
registered in the host PC/Server.
USERTYPE3
USERTYPE4
USERTYPE5
MEDIAWEIGHT
LIGHT
MEDIUM LIGHT
Adjusts the printer for the weight of paper
stock loaded in this tray (if installed).
MEDIUM
HEAVY
ULTRA HEAVY1
PAPERFEED
MP TRAY
TRAY1
TRAY2
AUTO TRAY SWITCH
ON
OFF
TRAY SEQUENCE
DOWN
UP
Selects the default tray for paper feed, Tray 1
(upper), Tray 2 (lower, if installed) or MP tray
(multi purpose tray).
If two trays contain identical paper, the printer
can switch to an alternative source when the
current tray runs out in the middle of a print
job.
Determines tray sequence order when
automatically switching.
PAPER FEED TRAY
DUPLEX LAST PAGE
SKIP BLANK PAGE When Skip Blank Page is selected and a print
job has an odd number of pages, the final page
ALWAYS PRINT
will be printed as Simplex.
When Always Print is selected and the print job
contains an odd number of pages, the final
page will be printed as Duplex.
STSTEM
ADJUST
POW SAVE TIME
1 MIN
2 MIN
3 MIN
4 MIN
5 MIN
10 MIN
15 MIN
Adjusts the idling time before the printer
automatically switches into power saving
mode. In this mode power consumption is
reduced to a low level required to just keep the
printer operating and ready to receive data.
When a job is sent the printer will require a
warm-up time of up to 1 minute before
printing can begin.
30 MIN
60 MIN
Operator panel > 28
ITEM
STSTEM
ADJUST
(cont.)
SLEEP TIME
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
1 MIN
Adjusts the power saving time before the
printer automatically switches into sleep mode.
2 MIN
3 MIN
4 MIN
5 MIN
10 MIN
15 MIN
30 MIN
60 MIN
AUTO PW OFF TIME
1 HOURS
2 HOURS
Sets the time to switch from idle state to Off
mode.
3 HOURS
4 HOURS
8 HOURS
12 HOURS
18 HOURS
24 HOURS
SILENT MODE
ON
OFF
Specifies a print preparation operation when
entering standby status from Sleep mode.
ON : It is quiet as there is no print preparation.
OFF : There is a rotation noise of the image to
perform print preparation but you can start
first printing early.
ECO MODE
ON
OFF
ON : Printing starts even before the
temperature of the fuser reaches the
prescribed degrees, if the job is small.
OFF : Printing starts after the temperature of
the fuser reaches the prescribed degrees.
CLRABLE WARINING
ONLINE
JOB
AUTO CONTINUE
ON
OFF
MANUAL TIMEOUT
OFF
30 SEC
60 SEC
When ONLINE, non-critical warnings, such as
requests for a different paper size, can be
cleared by pressing the ON LINE button. When
set to JOB, they are cleared when the print job
resumes.
Determines whether or not the printer will
automatically recover from a memory overflow
condition.
Specifies how many seconds the printer will
wait for paper to be fed before cancelling the
job.
Operator panel > 29
ITEM
STSTEM
ADJUST
(cont.)
TIMEOUT INJOB
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
OFF
Specifies how many seconds the printer will
wait when received data pauses before forcing
a page eject.
5 SEC
10 SEC
20 SEC
30 SEC
In PostScript Emulation mode the job will be
cancelled if timeout occurs.
40 SEC
50 SEC
60 SEC
90 SEC
120 SEC
150 SEC
180 SEC
210 SEC
240 SEC
270 SEC
300 SEC
TIMEOUT LOCAL
0 SEC
5 SEC
Sets how long each port is left opened after a
job is complete. (The network is excluded.)
~
40 SEC
~
290 SEC
295 SEC
300 SEC
TIMEOUT NET
0 SEC
5 SEC
Sets how long the network port is left opened
after a job is complete.
~
90 SEC
~
290 SEC
295 SEC
300 SEC
LOW TONER
CONTINUE
STOP
EMPTY COLOR TONER
ALARM
CANCEL
JAM RECOVERY
ON
OFF
Specifies whether the printer should continue
printing even after a low toner condition is
detected.
Specifies the action when there is an empty
color toner.
Specifies whether the printer should perform
jam recovery after a paper jam has occurred.
If ON, the printer will attempt to re-print any
pages lost due to a paper jam once the jam
has been cleared.
ERROR REPORT
ON
OFF
If ON, the printer will print error details when a
PostScript Emulation error occurs.
Note: Applies tp PS & PCL XL only.
HEX DUMP
EXECUTE
Prints out data received from the host PC in
hexadecimal Dump.
Turning off the power supply switch restores
Normal Mode from HEX Dump Mode.
Operator panel > 30
ITEM
PRINT
ADJUST
SETTINGS
POSITION
ADJUST
MP
TRAY
X
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
Y
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
X
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
Y
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
TRAY1
X
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
Y
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
X
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
Y
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
EXPLANATION
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Operator panel > 31
ITEM
PRINT
ADJUST
(cont.)
SETTINGS
POSITION
ADJUST
(cont.)
TRAY2
X
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
Y
+2.00MILLIMETER
ADJUST ~
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
X
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
DUPLEX +2.00MILLIMETER
Y
~
ADJUST
0.00MILLIMETER
~
-2.00MILLIMETER
PAPER BLACK SET
+2
+1
0
-1
PAPERT COLOR SET
EXPLANATION
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction perpendicular to the direction the
paper runs, that is horizontally, in 0.25 mm
increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Adjusts the position of a whole print image in
the direction the paper runs, that is vertically,
in 0.25 mm increments.
Any parts of the print image that are outside
the printable area as a result of this shift will
be cropped.
Used for small adjustments when you
experience faded print or light specks /
streaking in monochrome printing on white
paper.
-2
Select a higher value to reduce fading, or a
lower value to reduce specks or streaking in
high density print areas.
+2
As above, but for color printing.
+1
0
-1
-2
SMR SETTING
+3
+2
+1
0
Sets a correction value for uneven print
quality, to correct print variations caused by
variations in temperature and humidity or in
print density/frequency.
-1
-2
-3
BG SETTING
+3
+2
+1
0
Sets a correction value for dark-colored paper
printing, to correct print variations caused by
variations in temperature and humidity or in
print density/frequency.
-1
-2
-3
Operator panel > 32
ITEM
PRINT
ADJUST
(cont.)
DRUM CLEANING
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
ON
Sets whether to rotate the drum in idle prior to
printing in order to reduce any horizontal white
lines.
OFF
CAUTION: Each additional rotation will shorten
the ID life by that amount.
HIGH HUM. MODE
QUIET MODE
OFF
ON
Set if the paper curl after printing is
conspicuous.
ON
Sets Off/On of the quiet printing mode.
OFF
Operator panel > 33
ADMIN SETUP
This menu should only be changed by the System Administrators. In order to gain access
to this menu, follow the instructions in “How to change the settings - administrator” on
page 21.
CATEGORY
EXPLANATION
NETWORK SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to a network and server.
USB SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to USB.
PRINT SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to printing.
COLOR MENU
You can check and change the setting items related to the print color.
PS SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to the PS printer driver.
PCL SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to the PCL printer driver.
XPS SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to the XPS printer driver.
IBM PPR SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to IBM PPR.
EPSON FX SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to EPSON FX.
PANEL SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to the panel.
POWER SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to power.
TRAY SETUP
You can check and change the setting items related to trays.
OTHERS SETUP
You can check and change the other setting items.
SETTINGS
You can check and change the setting items related to setting values.
CHANGE
PASSWORD
You can check and change the setting items related to passwords.
Operator panel > 34
NETWORK SETUP
This menu controls the operation of the printer’s network interface.
ITEM
SETTINGS
ENABLING DEFAULT
GATEWAY
WIRED
WIRED
ENABLE
EXPLANATION
WIRELESS
(INFRASTRUCTURE)
DISABLE
TCP/IP
ENABLE
Enables or disables this network protocol.
DISABLE
NETBIOS OVER TCP
ENABLE
Sets Enable/Disable of NetBIOS over TCP protocol.
DISABLE
Display Conditions: TCP/IP should be enabled.
AUTO
Specifies whether IP address allocation is automatic
MANUAL
(DHCP) or manually assigned.
IPV4 ADDRESS
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Current assigned IP address. To change, press OK and
use Menu buttons to increment 1st octet, then press
OK again to move on to next octet. When 4th octet has
been set, press OK again to register new address.
SUBNET MASK
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Current assigned subnet mask. To change, proceed as
above.
GATEWAY ADDRESS
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Current assigned gateway address. To change, proceed
as above.
WEB
ENABLE
Enables or disables Web config. facility.
IP ADDRESS SET
DISABLE
TELNET
ENABLE
Enables or disables Telnet config. facility.
DISABLE
FTP
ENABLE
Enables or disables communication via FTP.
DISABLE
IPSEC
ENABLE
Sets Enable/Disable of IPSec. Enable via the web.
DISABLE
Enable: IPSec is available.
Disable: IPSec is not available.
SNMP
ENABLE
Enables or disables SNMP protocol.
DISABLE
NETWORK SCALE
NORMAL
Selects network size.
SMALL
When NORMAL is selected, printer can work effectively,
even when connected to a HUB that has a spanning
tree feature. However, printer start up time gets longer
when computers are connected with two or three small
LANs.
When SMALL is selected, computers can cover from two
or three small LANs to a large LAN, but may not work
effectively when connected to a HUB that has a
spanning tree feature.
GIGABIT NETWORK
ENABLE
Sets whether to enable access with Gigabit Ethernet.
DISABLE
Operator panel > 35
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
HUB LINK SETTING
AUTO NEGOTIATE
100BASE-TX FULL
Sets full or half duplex for communication via a network
hub.
100BASE-TX HALF
When AUTO is set, negotiation is done automatically.
10BASE-T FULL
10BASE-T HALF
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXECUTE
Reloads the settings present when the unit was setup
by the manufacturer.
USB SETUP
This menu controls the operation of the printer’s USB data interface.
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
USB
ENABLE
Sets USB I/F Enable/Disable.
DISABLE
SPEED
480 Mbps
Selects the USB interface speed.
12 Mbps
SOFT RESET
ENABLE
Enables or disables the SOFT RESET command.
DISABLE
SERIAL NUMBER
ENABLE
Specifies whether to ENABLE or DISABLE a USB serial
number.
DISABLE
The USB serial number is used to identify the USB
device connected to your PC.
OFFLINE RECEIVE
ENABLE
Enables or disables this function. When set to Enable,
the interface retains a receive possible state even when
switching to Offline. Interface sends the BUSY signal
only when the receive buffer is full or a service call
occurs.
DISABLE
CONNECTED HOST
NORMAL
SPECIFIC
PRINT SETUP
This menu provides adjustment of various print job related functions.
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
PERSONALITY
AUTO
EMULATION
Selects a printer language.
PCL
XPS
IBM PPR III XL
EPSON FX
PS3 EMULATION
COPIES
Enter the number of copies of a document to be
printed from 1 to 999.
1
~
999
DUPLEX
ON
Switches the Duplex (2 sided) function ON/OFF.
OFF
Operator panel > 36
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
BINDING
LONG EDGE
Sets the default binding to SEF or LEF.
SHORT EDGE
MEDIA CHECK
ENABLE
DISABLE
OVERRIDE A4/LT
NO
YES
Determines whether the printer check the size of
paper loaded matches that required for the
document sent to print.
If enabled, when the paper size of a job is set to
A4 but there is no A4 set in the printer, if there is
Letter paper in the printer, the job will be printed
on Letter paper without requesting the user to
fill the paper tray with A4 paper.
Similarly, when the paper size of a job is set to
Letter but there is no Letter set in the printer, if
there is A4 paper in the printer, the job will be
printed on A4 paper without requesting the user
to fill the paper tray with Letter paper.
RESOLUTION
600 DPI
600 x 1200 DPI
Sets the default resolution for printing (dots per
inch).
600 DPI M-LEVEL
TONER SAVE
TONER SAVE LEVEL
OFF
Set the toner save level.
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
TONER SAVE COLOR
MONO-PRINT SPEED
ALL
Specify toner save for 100% black.
EXCEPT100%
BLACK
All: Enables toner save for all colors.
AUTO
Sets the monochrome print speed. Prints at the
most appropriate speed for page process if
AUTO is set.
COLOR SPEED
NORMAL SPEED
Except 100% Black: Disables toner save for
100% black.
Prints always at the color print speed if COLOR
SPEED is set.
Prints always at the monochrome print speed if
NORMAL SPEED is set.
ORIENTATION
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
Selects default page orientation between portrait
(tall) and landscape (wide). - (PCL, IBMPPR &
EPSON FX only)
Operator panel > 37
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
EDIT SIZE
CASSETTE
SIZE
Sets the size of the printable page area to match
the size of paper in use. This is not the same as
the physical paper size, which is always slightly
larger. For dimensions of physical page sizes, see
“Paper Recommendations” section in this guide.
(PCL/IBMPPR/EPSONFX only)
A4
A5
A6
B5
B6
B6 Half
LEGAL14
LEGAL13.5
LEGAL13
LETTER
EXECUTIVE
STATEMENT
8.5“SQ
Folio
16K(184x260mm)
16K(195x270mm)
16K(197x273mm)
CUSTOM
INDEXCARD
4x6 INCH
5x7 INCH
COM-9
ENVELOPE
COM-10
ENVELOPE
MONARCH ENV
DL ENVELOPE
C5 ENVELOPE
HAGAKI
OUFUKUHAGAKI
NAGAGATA #3
NAGAGATA #4
YOUGATA #4
X DIMENSION
64
MILLIMETER
(2.5 INCH)
~
210
MILLIMETER
(8.3 INCH)
Specifies paper width of Custom paper as a
default value.
Sets a paper size at right angles to the paper run
direction.
Note: The default setting varies depending on
the sales area.
~
216
MILLIMETER
(8.5 INCH)
Operator panel > 38
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
Y DIMENSION
127
MILLIMETER
(5.0 INCH)
Specifies paper length of Custom paper as a
default value.
~
279
MILLIMETER
(11.0 INCH)
Sets a paper size in the same direction as the
paper run direction.
Note: The default setting varies depending on
the sales area.
~
297
MILLIMETER
(11.7 INCH)
~
356
MILLIMETER
(14.0 INCH)
~
1321
MILLIMETER
(52.0 INCH)
TRAPPING
OFF
NARROW
Specifies the trapping value. Set it when there is
an empty gap between two colors.
WIDE
COLOR MENU
The printer automatically adjusts color balance and density at appropriate intervals,
optimising the printed output for bright white paper viewed in natural daylight conditions.
The items on this menu provide a means of changing the default settings for special or
particularly difficult print jobs.
ITEM
SETTINGS
DENSITY CONTROL
AUTO
EXPLANATION
MANUAL
ADJUST DENSITY
EXECUTE
COLOR TUNING
PRINT PATTERN
CYAN TUNING
MAGENTA
TUNING
YELLOW
TUNING
BLACK
TUNING
CYAN HIGHLIGHT
-3~0~+3
CYAN MID-TONE
-3~0~+3
CYAN DARK
-3~0~+3
MAGENTA HIGHLIGHT
-3~0~+3
MAGENTA MID-TONE
-3~0~+3
MAGENTA DARK
-3~0~+3
YELLOW HIGHLIGHT
-3~0~+3
YELLOW MID-TONE
-3~0~+3
MYELLOW DARK
-3~0~+3
BLACK HIGHLIGHT
-3~0~+3
BLACK MID-TONE
-3~0~+3
BLACK DARK
-3~0~+3
Adjusts image density for each color component
(cyan,magenta, yellow and black).
Normal setting is 0.
Operator panel > 39
ITEM
COLOR
DENSITY
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
CYAN DENSITY
-3~0~+3
MAGENTA DENSITY
-3~0~+3
Adjusts the density of each color
(cyan,magenta, yellow and black).
YELLOW DENSITY
-3~0~+3
BLACK DENSITY
-3~0~+3
ADJUST REGSTRATION
EXECUTE
Normal setting is 0.
Performs automatic color registration
adjustment.
Normally this is done on power on and when
output tray is opened and then closed.
This process accurately aligns the cyan, magenta
and yellow images to the black image.
INK SIMULATION
SWOP
Selects from a range of industry standard color
swatches.
EUROSCALE
Note: This function only applies to PS models
OFF
JAPAN
UCR
LOW
Selects limitation of the toner layer thickness.
MEDIUM
If paper curl occurs in dark printing, selecting
MEDIUM or LIGHT sometimes helps reduce curl.
HIGH
CMY100% DENSITY
ENABLE
DISABLE
When enabled, black areas are produced using
100% C, M, and Y instead of black.
This results in a glossier finish.
CMYK CONVERSION
ON
OFF
Setting to “OFF” will simplify the conversion
process of CMYK data, which will reduce the
processing time.
This setting is ignored when Ink Simulation
function is used.
Note: This function only applies to PS models
PS SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
L1 TRAY
TYPE1
[TYPE1]: The tray selection number for the level
1 operator begins with 1.
TYPE2
[TYPE2]: The number begins with 0.
NET PS-PROTOCOL
ASCII
RAW
USB PS-PROTOCOL
ASCII
RAW
PDF PAPER SIZE
CURRENT
TRAY SIZE
Specifies a communication protocol mode for PS
data from a network.
Specifies a communication protocol mode for PS
data from USB.
Select the paper size of PDF Direct Print.
SIZE IN PDF
FILE
SCALING SIZE
PDF SCALING SIZE
Specifies scaling size by percent when PDF Paper
Size is set to Scaling Size.
1%
~
99%
Operator panel > 40
PCL SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
FONT SOURCE
RESIDENT
Specifies the location of the PCL default font.
Normally this will be INTERNAL unless additional
fonts are installed in the expansion ROM slot or
additional fonts have been downloaded to RAM as
permanent fonts.
RESIDENT2
FONT NO.
Sets the current default font number from the
currently selected source.
I0
C1
S1
FONT PITCH
0.44 CPI
~
10.00 CPI
~
FONT HEIGHT
Sets the width of the PCL default font in
characters/inch (CPI).
Default font is the fixed-pitch, scalable font. The
value is displayed to the second decimal place.
99.99 CPI
Displayed only when the font selected in Font No.
is fixed-spacing, scalable font.
4.00 POINT
Height of the PCL default font.
~
Note: This menu item is displayed only when the
font selected in Font No. is a proportionalspacing, scalable font.
12.00 POINT
~
999.75 POINT
SYMBOL SET
PC-8
Selects a PCL symbol set.
(Default Symbol
Set
only shown)
A4 PRINT WIDTH
WHITE PAGE SKIP
78 COLUMN
80 COLUMN
Sets the number of columns subject to Auto LF
with A4 paper in PCL. This is the value when Auto
CR/LF Mode is set to OFF with the 10CPI
character.
ON
Selects whether blank pages are printed or not.
OFF
CR FUNCTION
CR
CR+LF
LF FUNCTION
LF
LF+CR
PRINT MARGIN
NORMAL
1/5 INCH
Selects whether a received carriage return
character (0Dh) also causes a line feed.
Selects whether a received line feed character
(0Ah) also causes a carriage return.
Sets the non-printable page area. NORMAL is PCL
compatible.
1/6 INCH
TRUE BLACK
ON
OFF
PEN WIDTH ADJUST
ON
OFF
PCL: Sets if to use Composite Black (CMYK
mixed) or Pure Black (K only) for the black
(100%) in image data.
When minimum width is specified in PCL,
sometimes a 1-dot line, looks broken.
With PEN WIDTH Adjust set to ON, when the
minimum width is specified, the line width will be
emphasized so as to look wider than a 1-dot line.
With PEN WIDTH Adjust set to OFF, the line will
appear as before.
Operator panel > 41
ITEM
TRAY ID#
MP TRAY
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
1
Sets the # to specify the MP tray for the paper
feed destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5e
emulation.
~
4
~
59
TRAY1
Sets the # to specify Tray 1 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5e
emulation.
1
~
59
TRAY2
Sets the # to specify Tray 2 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5e
emulation.
1
~
5
(Displayed only if Tray 2 is installed).
~
59
XPS SETUP
ITEM
DIGITAL SIGNATURE
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
PRINT EVEN NG
Sets the DigitalSignature function.
PRINT ONLY OK
OFF
DISCARD CONTROL
AUTO
Sets the DiscardControl function.
EACH PAGE
OFF
MC MODE
ON
Sets the MarkupComaptibility function.
OFF
UNZIP MODE
AUTO
Specifies the unzip method for XPS flies.
SPEED
PRINT
WHITE PAGE SKIP
ON
OFF
Sets whether or not to eject pages that contain
no print data (blank pages) using XPS.
Operator panel > 42
IBM PPR SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
CHARACTER PITCH
10 CPI
Specifies character pitch in IBM PPR emulation.
12 CPI
17 CPI
20 CPI
PROPORTIONAL
FONT CONDENSE
12CPI TO 20CPI
Specifies 12CPI pitch for Condense Mode.
12CPI TO 12CPI
CHARACTER SET
SET-2
Specifies a character set.
SET-1
SYMBOL SET
IBM-437
Specifies a symbol set.
(Default Symbol
Set only shown)
LETTER O STYLE
ZERO CHARACTER
ENABLE
DISABLE
Specifies the style that replaces 9BH with letter o
and 9DH with a zero.
NORMAL
Sets the zero to be slashed or unslashed.
SLASHED
LINE PITCH
6 LPI
Specifies the line spacing.
8 LPI
WHITE PAGE SKIP
ON
Selects whether blank pages are printed or not.
OFF
CR FUNCTION
LF FUNCTION
CR
CR+LF
Selects whether a received carriage return
character (0Dh) also causes a line feed.
LF
Sets performance when LF code is received.
LF+CR
LINE LENGTH
80 COLUMN
Specifies the number of characters per line.
136 COLUMN
FORM LENGTH
11 INCH
Specifies the length of paper.
11.7 INCH
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
12 INCH
TOF POSITION
0.0 INCH
0.1 INCH
Specifies the distance of print from the top edge
of the paper.
~
1.0 INCH
LEFT MARGIN
0.0 INCH
0.1 INCH
Specifies the distance of print from the left hand
edge of the paper.
~
1.0 INCH
FIT TO LETTER
ENABLE
DISABLE
Sets the printing mode that can fit print data,
equivalent to 11 inches (66 lines), in the LETTERsize printable area.
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
TEXT HEIGHT
SAME
Sets the height of a character.
DIFF
SAME: Regardless of CPI, same height.
DIFF: As CPI, character heights vary.
Operator panel > 43
EPSON FX SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
CHARACTER PITCH
10 CPI
Specifies character pitch in this emulation.
12 CPI
17 CPI
20 CPI
PROPORTIONAL
CHARACTER SET
SET-2
Specifies a character set.
SET-1
SYMBOL SET
IBM-437
Specifies a symbol set.
(Default Symbol
Set only shown)
LETTER O STYLE
ZERO CHARACTER
ENABLE
DISABLE
Specifies the style that replaces 9BH with letter o
and 9DH with a zero.
NORMAL
Sets the zero to be slashed or unslashed.
SLASHED
LINE PITCH
6 LPI
Specifies the line spacing.
8 LPI
WHITE PAGE SKIP
ON
Selects whether blank pages are printed or not.
OFF
CR FUNCTION
LINE LENGTH
CR
CR+LF
Selects whether a received carriage return
character (0Dh) also causes a line feed.
80 COLUMN
Specifies the number of characters per line.
136 COLUMN
FORM LENGTH
11 INCH
Specifies the length of paper.
11.7 INCH
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
12 INCH
TOF POSITION
0.0 INCH
0.1 INCH
Specifies the distance of print from the top edge
of the paper.
~
1.0 INCH
LEFT MARGIN
0.0 INCH
0.1 INCH
Specifies the distance of print from the left hand
edge of the paper.
~
1.0 INCH
FIT TO LETTER
TEXT HEIGHT
ENABLE
Sets the printing mode that can fit print data,
DISABLE
equivalent to 11 inches (66 lines), in the LETTERsize printable area.
SAME
Sets the height of a character.
DIFF
SAME: Regardless of CPI, same height.
DIFF: As CPI, character heights vary.
Operator panel > 44
PANEL SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
NEARLIFE STATUS
ENABLE
Set LCD panel control at the time of near-life
warning for drum.
DISABLE
Enable: Display a near-life warning.
Disable: Do not display a near-life warning.
NEARLIFE LED
ENABLE
DISABLE
Enables/disables illumination of front panel LED
when “near-end-of-life” warning of a toner or
drumoccurs.
Attention LED is lit when setting is enabled,
inhibited when disabled.
POWER SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
AUTO PW OFF
ENABLE
Sets the Auto Power Off operation.
AUTO CONFIG
ENABLE: When the printer is not used for a
period of time, it turns off the power
automatically.
DISABLE
AUTO CONFIG: Auto power off is enabled,
however, the printer will not turn off the power
under the following conditions:
> An Ethernet cable is plugged to the network
interface connection.
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
POWER RETURN
MANUAL
Set the power on method after energize.
STATE
CONTINUE
TRAY SETUP
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
UNIT OF MEASURE
INCH
Selects the unit of measure.
MILLIMETER
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
A4
Set default paper size.
LETTER
Note: The default setting varies depending on the
sales area.
DEFAULT PAPERSIZE
Operator panel > 45
OTHERS SETUP
ITEM
RAM SETUP
RECEIVE BUF SIZE
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
AUTO
Sets the size of the receive buffer.
0.5 MB
1 MB
2 MB
4 MB
8 MB
16 MB
32 MB
RESOURCE SAVE
AUTO
Sets the size of the resource saving area.
OFF
0.5 MB
1 MB
2 MB
4 MB
8 MB
16 MB
32 MB
FLASH SETUP
FLASH INITIALIZE
EXECUTE
Initialises the resident FLASH MEMORY.
If NO is selected, the machine will go back to the
source menu.
If YES is selected, the machine will be
automatically rebooted and initialize the FLASH
memory.
FORMATTING
COMMON
Format the specified partition. Press the OK
button and the following message displays.
PS
ARE YOU SURE?
PCL
YES/NO
If NO is selected, the display will go back to the
source menu. If YES is selected, the printer will
automatically reboot and initialise the specified
partition.
STORAGE
SETUP
ENABLE INITIAL
JOB LOG
SETUP
NO
YES
Prevents a setting change accompanying
initialization of BlockDeveice(FLASH).
CLEAR JOB LOG
EXECUTE
Clears the saved job logs.
SECURITY
SETUP
ACCESS CONTROL
ENABLE
Displays the security setting menu.
LANGUAGE
SETUP
LANGUAGE SELECT
DISABLE
ENGLISH
Selects display language for the LCD panel.
(Default Symbol
Set only shown)
LANGUAGE
INITIALIZE
EXECUTE
Initialize the message file loaded in FLASH.
Operator panel > 46
ITEM
JOB CANCEL
SETUP
NEARLIFE
SETUP
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
CANCEL KEY
BEHAVIOR
SHORT
LONG
OFF
Specify the behavior when Cancel button is
pressed in printing.
INQUIRY DISPLAY
ON
OFF
Specify whether the Job Cancel selection request
will be displayed.
ON: Display when Job Cancelling.
OFF: Do not displasy.
FOCUS POSITION
YES
NO
Specify the default selection of Job Cancel
request.
DISPLAY TIMEOUT
60
~
180
~
300
Specify the timeout of Job Cancel selection
request. When the time passed, the printing will
be continued as Job Cancel = No.
DRUM NEARLIFE
500
~
1000
~
3000
FUSER NEARLIFE
500
~
1000
~
3000
BELT NEARLIFE
500
~
1000
~
3000
ERASE PRIVACY DATA
EXECUTE
BUS. PHONE
SETUP
BUS. PHONE COOPE
ENABLE
DISABLE
CONNECT ADDRESS
0.0.0.0
~
255.255.255.255
CONNECT PORT NO.
1
~
59000
~
65535
Erase the registered privacy data and the stored
data in the printer.
SETTINGS
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
MENU RESET
EXECUTE
Resets menus to default settings.
SAVE MENU
EXECUTE
Saves the current menu settings. The last menu
executed is saved and the menu previously saved
is overwritten and erased.
When you press the OK button, the following
confirmation message is displayed.
ARE YOU SURE? YES/NO
If you select NO, the display returns to the
previous menu.
If you select YES, the current menu settings are
stored and the menu is exited.
RESTORE MENU
EXECUTE
Changes to the menu setting saved.
When you press the OK button, the following
confirmation message is displayed.
ARE YOU SURE? YES/NO
If NO is selected, the previous menu display resumes.
If YES is selected, changes made to the menu
setting are saved and you exit from the menu.
Notes:
This cannot be executed when data is printing.
This menu item will only show if the menu has
been saved previously
Operator panel > 47
CHANGE PASSWORD
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
NEW PASSWORD
************
Set a new password for entering the
administrator’s menu.
Password should be from 6 to 12 digits of alpha/
numeric characters (or mix).
The default value is “999999”.
The printer will restart after the ADMIN MENU.
VERIFY PASSWORD
************
Verification of above.
PRINT STATISTICS
This menu should only be changed by the System Administrators. In order to gain access
to this menu, follow the instructions in “How to change the settings - administrator” on
page 21, but hold down the Menu button instead of the OK button. In this case, the default
password is 0000.
This menu is in ENGLISH only.
ITEM
SETTINGS
EXPLANATION
ENTER PASSWORD
nnnn
Enters a password to enter Print Statistics
menu.
The default password is “0000.”
“Print Statistics” category is not shown when
Print Statistics function is not supported.
USAGE REPORT
ENABLE/
DISABLE
Enables/Disables the printing of the Usage
Report.
When changing a setting value, the printer is
rebooted.
MAINTENANCE CNT
ENABLE/
DISABLE
Indication of frequency of consumable
exchange/non indication is set.
When Enable is set, also the maintenance
counter is indicated in together.
Conditions for display:
Enable must be selected in Print Statistics
> Usage Report.
RST MAIN CNT
EXECUTE
Resets the main counter.
RST SUPPLIES CNT
EXECUTE
Resets the number of replacement of
consumables.
NEW PASSWORD
****
Sets a new password to enter Print
Statistics menu.
VERIFY
PASSWORD
****
Verifies the change
CHANGE
PASSWORD
Operator panel > 48
MAINTENANCE
REPLACING CONSUMABLE ITEMS
Only use genuine original consumables to ensure the best quality and
performance from your hardware. Non original products may adversely affect
your printer's performance and invalidate your warranty.
TONER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
NOTE
When the LCD display indicates TONER LOW, or if print appears faded, first
open output tray and try tapping the cartridge a few times to evenly distribute
the toner powder. This will enable you to obtain the best “yield” from your
toner cartridge.
CAUTION!
To avoid toner wastage and possible toner sensor errors, do not
change the toner cartridge(s) until “TONER EMPTY” is displayed.
The toner used in this printer is a very fine dry powder. It is contained in four cartridges:
one each for cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
Have a sheet of paper handy so that you have somewhere to place the used cartridge while
you install the new one.
Dispose of the old cartridge responsibly, inside the pack that the new one came in. Follow
any regulations, recommendations, etc., which may be in force concerning waste recycling.
If you do spill any toner powder, lightly brush it off. If this is not enough, use a cool, damp
cloth to remove any residue.
Do not use hot water, and never use solvents of any kind. They will make stains permanent.
WARNING!
If you inhale any toner or get it in your eyes, drink a little water or
bathe your eyes liberally in cold water. Seek medical attention
immediately.
1.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s output tray fully.
WARNING!
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser will be hot. This area
is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
Maintenance > 49
2.
Note the positions of the four cartridges. It is essential that they go back in the same
order.
1
2
3
4
(a)
1. Yellow cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Cyan cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Slide the colored release collar on the cartridge to be replaced fully towards the
right hand side of the printer.
b
a
(b)
Lift the right-hand end of the cartridge and then draw the cartridge to the right
to release the left-hand end as shown, and withdraw the toner cartridge out of
the printer.
3.
Put the cartridge down gently onto a piece of paper to prevent toner from marking
your furniture.
4.
Clean the top of the ID unit with a clean, lint free cloth.
Maintenance > 50
5.
Remove the new cartridge from its box but leave its wrapping material in place for
the moment.
6.
Gently shake the new cartridge from end to end several times to loosen and
distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
7.
Remove the wrapping material.
8.
Holding the cartridge by its top centre, lower it into the printer over the image drum
unit from which the old cartridge was removed.
9.
Insert the left end of the cartridge into the top of the image drum unit first, pushing
it against the spring on the drum unit, then lower the right end of the cartridge down
onto the image drum unit.
10.
Pressing gently down on the cartridge to ensure that it is firmly seated, slide the
colored collar fully towards the left hand side of the printer. This will lock the
cartridge into place and release toner into the image drum unit.
c
b
a
Maintenance > 51
11.
Gently wipe the LED head surface with a clean, lint free cloth.
12.
Finally, close output tray and press down firmly at both sides so that the cover
latches closed.
Maintenance > 52
REPLACING THE TRANSFER BELT UNIT
The belt unit is located under the image drum assembly.
Switch off the printer and allow the fuser to cool for about 10 minutes before opening
output tray.
1.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s output tray fully.
WARNING!
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser will be hot. This area
is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
2.
Holding it by its handles, lift the image drum assembly, complete with toner
cartridges, up and out of the printer.
3.
Place the assembly in a safe place away from direct sources of heat and light.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of each cartridge is very
delicate and light sensitive. Do not touch it and do not expose it to
normal room light for more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit needs
to be out of the printer for longer than this, please wrap the
cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from light.
Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very bright room
lighting.
Maintenance > 53
4.
Pull the locking levers at each side of the transfer belt up and towards the front of
the machine.
a
b
a
5.
Using the locking levers (a), lift the belt (b) upwards and withdraw from the
machine.
6.
Lower the new belt unit into place, with the drive gear towards the rear of the
printer. Locate the drive gear into the gear inside the printer by the rear right corner
of the unit, and lower the belt unit flat inside the printer.
7.
Push the locking levers towards the rear of the machine. This will secure the belt
unit in place.
8.
Holding the image drum assembly by its handles, lower it into place in the machine,
locating the pegs at the sides into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity.
9.
Finally, close output tray and press down firmly at both sides so that the cover
latches closed.
Maintenance > 54
FUSER REPLACEMENT
The fuser is located inside the printer just behind the toner cartridges.
WARNING!
If the printer has recently been powered on, some fuser
components will be very hot. Handle the fuser with extreme care,
holding it only by its handle, which will only be mildly warm to the
touch. A warning label clearly indicates the area. If in doubt, switch
the printer off and wait at least 10 minutes for the fuser to cool
before opening the printer cover.
1.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s output tray fully.
2.
Identify the fuser handle (a) on the top of the fuser unit.
a
b
b
3.
Pull the two fuser retaining levers (b) towards the front of the printer so that they
are fully upright.
4.
Holding the fuser by its handle (a), lift the fuser straight up and out of the printer. If
the fuser is still warm, place it on a flat surface which will not be damaged by heat.
5.
Remove the new fuser from its packaging and remove the transit material.
6.
Holding the new fuser by its handle, make sure that it is the correct way round. The
retaining levers (b) should be fully upright, and the two locating lugs (c) should be
towards you.
c
b
b
7.
Lower the fuser into the printer, locating the two lugs (c) into their slots in the sides
of the printer cavity.
Maintenance > 55
8.
Push the two retaining levers (b) towards the rear of the printer to lock the fuser in
place.
b
b
9.
Finally, close output tray and press down firmly at both sides so that the cover
latches closed.
Maintenance > 56
CLEANING
CAUTION!
Use a clean, moist, lint-free cloth for cleaning. Do not use benzine,
thinners or alcohol as a cleaning agent.
...THE UNIT CASING
1.
Switch the printer off.
2.
Wipe the unit surface with a soft cloth moistened sparingly with water or neutral
detergent.
3.
Use a soft dry cloth to dry the unit surface.
4.
Switch the printer on.
...THE LED HEAD
Clean the LED heads when printing does not come out clearly, has white lines or when text
is blurred.
There is no need to switch off the printer to clean the lens.
1.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s output tray fully.
2.
Gently wipe the LED head surface with a clean, lint free cloth.
CAUTION!
Do not use methyl alcohol or other solvents on the LED head as
damage to the lens surface will occur.
3.
Close output tray and press down firmly at both sides so that the cover latches
closed.
Maintenance > 57
INSTALLING UPGRADES
This section explains how to install optional equipment into your printer. This includes:
>
additional paper tray
ADDITIONAL PAPER TRAY
1.
Switch the printer off and disconnect the AC power cable.
2.
Place additional paper tray on desired location.
3.
Observing safety rules for lifting and, using locating guides, place printer on top of
the additional paper tray.
Model Number: N34311A
4.
Fit retaining clips as shown.
5.
Re-connect the AC power cable and switch the printer ON.
All that remains is to adjust the printer driver to make full use of the new features
(“Setting the driver device options” on page 59).
Installing upgrades > 58
SETTING THE DRIVER DEVICE OPTIONS
Once your new upgrade has been installed, you may need to update the printer driver so
that the additional features are available to your applications.
Accessories such as additional paper trays will only be usable if the printer driver on your
computer knows they are there.
In some cases the hardware configuration of your machine is automatically detected when
the driver is installed. However, it is advisable to at least check whether all of the available
hardware features are listed in the driver.
This procedure is essential if you subsequently add extra hardware features to your
machine after the drivers have been installed and set up.
Remember that if your machine is shared between users on different computers, the driver
must be adjusted on each user’s machine.
WINDOWS
1.
2.
Access the driver’s Properties window.
(a)
Open the Device and Printers window via the Start Menu or from the Windows
Control Panel.
(b)
Right-click the icon for this machine, and choose Printer Properties from the
pop-up menu.
Select the Device Options tab.
In the Windows PostScript driver the tab may be called Device Settings.
3.
Set the options for any devices you have just installed.
4.
Click OK to close the window and save your changes.
MAC OS X
NOTE
Applies to the PS driver only.
1.
Select System Preference from the Apple Menu. Open the Mac OS X Printers &
Scanners Preferences.
2.
Ensure your machine is selected.
3.
Click Options & Supplies.
4.
Click Options.
5.
Select all hardware options appropriate to your machine and click OK.
Installing upgrades > 59
TROUBLESHOOTING
Provided that you follow the recommendations in this guide on the use of print media, and
you keep the media in good condition prior to use, your printer should give years of reliable
service. However, paper jams occasionally do occur, and this section explains how to clear
them quickly and simply.
Jams can occur due to paper misfeeding from a paper tray or at any point on the paper
path through the printer. When a jam occurs, the printer immediately stops, and the
Attention LED on the control panel informs you of the event. If printing multiple pages (or
copies), do not assume that, having cleared an obvious sheet, others will not also be
stopped somewhere along the path. These must also be removed in order to clear the jam
fully and restore normal operation.
MAJOR PRINTER COMPONENTS AND PAPER PATH
3
4
2
5
1
6
7
1. Rear output tray.
5. MP tray.
2. Paper exit.
6. Paper tray.
3. Fuser unit.
7. Additional paper tray (if fitted).
4. Output tray.
Troubleshooting > 60
PAPER SENSOR ERROR CODES
382
381
380, 400
370
390
391
392
371
372
CODE #
LOCATION
CODE #
LOCATION
370
Duplex
390
MP tray
371
Duplex
391
Paper tray
372
Duplex
392
2nd Paper traya
380
Paper feed
400
Paper size
381
Paper path
409
Rear output tray
(sensor not shown)
382
Paper exit
a. If fitted.
Troubleshooting > 61
CLEARING PAPER JAMS
1.
If a sheet is well advanced out of the top of the printer, simply grip it and pull gently
to draw it fully out. If it does not remove easily, do not use excessive force. It can be
removed from the rear later.
2.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s output tray fully.
WARNING!
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser will be hot. This area
is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
3.
Holding it by its handles, lift the image drum assembly, complete with the toner
cartridges, up and out of the printer.
4.
Put the assembly down gently onto a piece of paper to prevent toner from marking
your furniture and to avoid damaging the green drum surface, and cover.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of the Image Drum is
very delicate and light sensitive. Do not touch it and do not expose
it to normal room light for more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit
needs to be out of the printer for longer than this, please wrap the
cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from light.
Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very bright room
lighting.
Troubleshooting > 62
5.
Look into the printer to check whether any sheets of paper are visible on any part of
the belt unit.
d
c
b
a
e
CAUTION!
Do not use any sharp or abrasive objects to separate sheets from
the belt. This may damage the belt surface.
(a)
To remove a sheet with its leading edge at the front of the belt (a), lift the
plastic guard (e) at the front of the printer, then carefully lift the sheet from the
belt and pull it forwards into the internal drum cavity and withdraw the sheet.
2
1
(b)
To remove a sheet from the central area of the belt (b), carefully separate the
sheet from the belt surface and withdraw the sheet.
(c)
To remove a sheet just entering the fuser (c), separate the trailing edge of the
sheet from the belt, push the fuser pressure release lever (d) towards the front
and down to release the fuser’s grip on the sheet, and withdraw the sheet
Troubleshooting > 63
through the drum cavity area. Then allow the pressure release lever to rise
again.
d
NOTE
If the sheet is well advanced into the fuser (only a short length is still visible),
do not attempt to pull it back.
(d)
To remove a sheet in the fuser, move the two retaining levers (e) towards the
front of the machine to release the fuser. Withdraw the fuser unit using the
handle (f).
f
e
e
(e)
Press release lever (g) and pull the trapped paper from the fuser.
g
(f)
Replace fuser unit into the machine and move locking levers (e) toward the rear
of the machine.
e
e
Troubleshooting > 64
6.
If you were duplex printing when the jam occurred, check the duplex paper path:
(a)
Pull the locking levers at each side of the transfer belt up and towards the front
of the machine.
a
b
7.
a
(b)
Using the locking levers (a), lift the belt (b) upwards and withdraw from the
machine.
(c)
Look into the printer to check whether any sheets of paper are visible on any
part of the paper path. Pull out any sheets found in this area.
(d)
Lower the belt unit into place, with the drive gear towards the rear of the printer.
Locate the drive gear into the gear inside the printer by the rear right corner of
the unit, and lower the belt unit flat inside the printer.
(e)
Push the locking levers towards the rear of the machine. This will secure the belt
unit in place.
Holding the image drum assembly by its handles, lower it into place in the machine,
locating the pegs at the sides into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity.
Troubleshooting > 65
8.
Lower output tray but do not press down to latch it closed yet. This will protect the
drum from excessive exposure to room lighting while you check the remaining areas
for jammed sheets.
9.
Open rear output tray (h) and check for a sheet of paper in the rear path area (i).
i
h
> Pull out any sheets found in this area.
> If the sheet is low down in this area and difficult to remove, it is probably still
gripped by the fuser. In this case raise output tray, reach around and press down
on the fuser pressure release lever (d).
d
10.
If you are not using the rear exit tray, close it once any paper has been removed
from this area.
11.
Pull out the paper tray and ensure that all paper is stacked properly, is undamaged,
and that the paper guides are properly positioned against the edges of the paper
stack. When satisfied, replace the tray.
12.
Finally, close output tray and press down firmly so that the cover latches closed.
When the jam has been cleared, if JAM RECOVERY is set to ON in the SYSTEM ADJUST,
the printer will attempt to reprint any pages lost due to paper jams.
Troubleshooting > 66
DEALING WITH UNSATISFACTORY PRINTING
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
STEPS TO TAKE
Vertical white lines can
be seen on the printed
page.
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft,
lint-free cloth.
The toner is low.
Open output tray and tap the
cartridge a few times to evenly
distribute any remaining toner. If
symptoms persist, replace the
toner cartridge.
Foreign materials may be
present in the image drum.
Replace the image drum
cartridge.
Light-shielding film of the
image drum cartridge is dirty.
Wipe the film with a soft, lintfree cloth.
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft,
lint-free cloth.
The toner is low.
Open output tray and tap the
cartridge a few times to evenly
distribute any remaining toner. If
symptoms persist, replace the
toner cartridge.
The paper is not suitable for
the printer unit.
Use recommended paper.
The toner cartridge is not
properly seated.
Reinstall the toner cartridge.
The toner is low.
Open output tray and tap the
cartridge a few times to evenly
distribute any remaining toner. If
symptoms persist, replace the
toner cartridge.
The paper is moist.
Use paper stored in proper
temperature and humidity
conditions.
The paper is not suitable for
the printer unit.
Use recommended paper.
Thickness and type of paper
are inappropriate.
Set the correct value of media
type and media weight in the
Media menu or set one value
thicker for media weight.
Recycled paper is being used.
Set one value thicker for media
weight in the Media menu.
Partially faded images.
White spots and lines
appear in solid
printing.
Paper is moist or dry.
Use paper stored in proper
temperature and humidity
conditions.
Vertical lines appear.
The image drum cartridge is
damaged.
Replace the image drum
cartridge.
The toner is low.
Open output tray and tap the
cartridge a few times to evenly
distribute any remaining toner. If
symptoms persist, replace the
toner cartridge.
Printed images are
fading vertically.
Printing is light.
Troubleshooting > 67
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
STEPS TO TAKE
Horizontal Lines and
spots appear
periodically.
When the interval is about
94mm (4in), the image drum
(the green tube) is damaged
or dirty.
Wipe it lightly with a soft cloth.
Replace the image drum
cartridge when it is damaged.
When the interval is about
30mm (1.2in), there may be
foreign particles in the image
drum cartridge.
Open/close output tray, and print
again.
When the interval is about
86mm (3.4in), the fuser unit
is damaged.
Replace the fuser unit.
The image drum cartridge
has been exposed to light.
Replace the image drum
cartridge if the problem is not
resolved.
Paper contains static.
Use paper stored in proper
temperature and humidity
conditions.
Too thick paper is used.
Use thinner paper.
The toner is low.
Open output tray and tap the
cartridge a few times to evenly
distribute any remaining toner. If
symptoms persist, replace the
toner cartridge.
Periphery of the letters
is smudged.
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft,
lint-free cloth.
Toner comes off when
it is rubbed.
The thickness and type of the
paper are incorrectly set.
Set the correct value of media
type and media weight in the
Media menu or set one value
lighter for media weight.
Recycled paper is used.
Set one value thicker for media
weight in the Media menu.
The thickness and type of the
paper are incorrectly set.
Set the correct value of media
type and media weight in the
Media menu or set one value
lighter for media weight.
White area of paper is
lightly stained.
Glossiness is not
uniform.
When the error message “Unknown Consumable” is displayed, you can use any
consumables in your product, but you must accept the risks of using non-genuine
consumables. If the use of non-genuine consumables causes damage to the product or
results in your product not functioning to its full specification, then such damage or effect
on the product is not covered by warranty. To accept these risks and to restore function;
1.
Turn off your product.
2.
Press and hold the CANCEL button and turn your product on.
3.
After start up, release the CANCEL button.
NOTE
This operation will be recorded for future reference.
Troubleshooting > 68
BEFORE MACHINE DISPOSAL
Before this machine is disposed of, it is recommended to erase the registered privacy data
and the stored data.
The data stored in the machine is shown below.
>
Admin password
>
Registered settings in various menus
>
Various records
>
Access control, user management data (local user, external user cache LDAP, and
Kerberos)
1.
Press the
2.
Press the scroll button
3.
Input the admin password.
4.
Select OTHERS SETUP > ERASE PRIVACY DATA.
5.
Once ARE YOU SURE? is displayed, select YES, and press the OK button.
6.
Once WOULD YOU LIKE REALLY? is displayed, select YES, and press the OK button.
Restart the machine to erase the data.
button on the operator panel.
to select ADMIN SETUP, and press the OK button.
NOTE
Once the action is executed, the erased data cannot be restored. To cancel the
erasing, select NO in Step 5 or Step 6.
Before Machine Disposal > 69
SPECIFICATIONS
C332 - N34342A , N34342B
ITEM
Dimensions
SPECIFICATION
410 x 504 x 242mm (W x D x H)
Weight
Power supply
Operating environment
Print environment
21Kg approx.
110 to 127VAC @ 50/60 Hz ± 2%
220 to 240VAC @ 50/60 Hz ± 2%
Operating 10 to 32 °C/20 to 80% RH
(optimum 25 °C wet, 2 °C dry)
Off: 0 to 43 °C/10 to 90% RH
(optimum 26.8 °C wet, 2 °C dry)
Color 17 to 27 °C @ 50 to 70% RH
Specifications > 70
INDEX
B
Belt
how to replace .................. 53
C
Cleaning the LED head .......... 57
D
Duplex
paper size and
weight limits ................... 13
E
Envelopes
loading .............................. 17
F
Fuser
how to replace .................. 55
G
Getting Started .......................9
M
Major printer components and
paper path .......................... 60
Menu functions ...................... 19
Menus
administrator menu .......... 34
factory default settings ..... 21
how to use ........................ 19
information menu ............. 24
maintenance
menu .............25, 36, 39, 40,
41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47
menu map ........................ 24
print statistics menu ......... 48
system adjust menu ....35, 36
Multi purpose tray
how to use ........................ 17
paper metrics ................... 13
O
Operator Panel ...................... 19
P
Paper
jam clearing ...................... 60
jam, error codes ............... 61
loading cassette trays....... 14
loading letterhead............. 15
recommended types ......... 12
supported sheet sizes ....... 12
Problem checklist
unsatisfactory printing ...... 67
T
Toner
how to replace .................. 49
U
Upgrades
additional paper tray ........ 58
Index > 71
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Poland
Tel: +48 (0) 22 448 65 00
Fax: +48 (0) 22 448 65 0
Website: www.oki.pl
Oki Systèmes (France) S.A.
Zone Silic - Immeuble Osaka
21 rue du Jura
CS 90277
94633 RUNGIS Cedex
Paris
Tel: +351 21 470 4200
Fax: +351 21 470 4201
Website:www.oki.pt
E-mail : oki@oki.pt
Oki Service
Serviço de apoio técnico ao
Cliente
Tel: 214 727 660
E-mail : okiserv@oki.pt
OKI Systems Rus, LLC (Russia)
Sector B, 3rd Floor, Svyatogor-4
Business Center10/4, Letnikovskaya
str.115114, Moscow
Tel: +7 495 276 5060
Fax: +7 495 258 6070
e-mail: info@oki.ru
Website: www.oki.ru
Technical support:
Tel: +7 495 564 8421
e-mail: tech@oki.ru
Tél: Standard 0820 200 410
Hotline 01 76 54 21 50 (n° non
surtaxé)
Website: www.oki.fr
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Oki Systems (Österreich)
Campus 21
Businesszentrum Wien Sued
Liebermannstrasse A02 603
22345 Brun am Gebirge
Tel: +43 223 6677 110
Service-Hotline:
+43 (0) 2236/677 110-501
Website: www.oki.at
OKI Europe Ltd. (Ukraine)
Raisy Opkinoy Street,8
Building B, 2nd Floor,
Kiev 02002
Ukraine
Tel: +380 44 537 5288
e-mail: event@oki.ua
Website: www.oki.ua
OKI Sistem ve Yazıcı Çözümleri
Tic. Ltd. Şti.
Harman sok Duran Is Merkezi,
No:4, Kat:6,
34394, Levent
İstanbul
Tel: +90 212 279 2393
Faks: +90 212 279 2366
Web: www.oki.com.tr
Oki Systems (Belgium)
Medialaan 24
1800 Vilvoorde
Helpdesk: 02-2574620
Fax: 02 2531848
Website: www.oki.be
OKI Systems (Danmark) a·s
Herstedøstervej 27
2620 Albertslund
Danmark
Adm.: +45 43 66 65 00
Fax: +45 43 66 65 90
E-mail: salg@oki.dk /
support@oki.dk
Website: www.oki.dk
OKI Europe Limited, Sucursal en
España
Complejo Vega Norte. C/ Anabel
Segura, 16. Edif. 3 – 4º Plta.
28.108, Alcobendas
Madrid
Tel +34 91 343 16 20
Website: www.oki.es
OKI Middle East, India and Sub
Sahara Africa
Building 7W A
Dubai Airport Free Zone
PO Box 54604
Dubai, UAE
Tel: +971 4 204 5810
Website: www.oki.com/me
Oki Systems (Finland) Oy
Vänrikinkuja 3
02600 Espoo
Tel: +358 (0) 207 900 800
Fax: +358 (0) 207 900 809
Oki Systems (Holland) b.v.
Neptunustraat 27-29
2132 JA Hoofddorp
Helpdesk: 0800 5667654
Tel: +31 (0) 23 55 63 740
Fax: +31 (0) 23 55 63 750
Website: www.oki.nl
Oki Systems (Norway) AS
Oki Data Americas Inc.(United
States • États-Unis)
2000 Bishops Gate Blvd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
USA
Tel: 1-800-654-3282
Fax: 1-856-222-5247
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.COM
http://my.okidata.com
8505 Freeport Pkwy
Suite 100
Irving, TX 75063
http://www.okidata.com
2067 Wineridge Place
Suite C & D
Escondido, CA 92029
Phone: 760-781-5200
Toll Free: 800-264-1272
http://www.okidata.com/wide-format
Argentina/Chile/Paraguay/Perú/
Uruguay
Oki Data Americas, Inc.
Sucursal Argentina
Ugarte 3610 Piso 4°(1605) Olivos
Buenos Aires, Argentina
TEL: +54 11 5288 7500
Fax: +54 11 5288 7599
Colombia/Ecuador/Venezuela/
Centroamérica y Caribe
Oki Data Americas, Inc.
Sucursal Colombia
Bogotá Colombia
TEL: +57 1 704 5159
Oki Data (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Oki Data Americas Inc.(Canada
• Canadá)
438A Alexandra Road #02-11/12,
Lobby 3, Alexandra Technopark
Singapore(119967)
4140B Sladeview Crescent Unit 7 & 8
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5L 6A1
Tel: (65) 6221 3722
Fax: (65) 6594 0609
http://www.okidata.com.sg
Tevlingveien 23
N-1081 Oslo
Tél: 1-905-608-5000
Téléc: 1-905-608-5040
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.COM
Tel: +47 (0) 63 89 36 00
Telefax: +47 (0) 63 89 36 01
Website: www.oki.no
Oki Data Americas Inc.(América
Latina (OTRO))
1168/32 Lumpini Tower,
16th Floor, Rama IV Road,
Tungmahamek, Sathorn
Bangkok 10120
Var vänlig kontakta din
Återförsäljare i första hand, för
konsultation. I andra hand kontakta
2000 Bishops Gate Blvd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
USA
Tel: (662) 679 9235
Fax: (662) 679 9243/245
http://www.okisysthai.com
Oki Systems (Sweden) AB
Box 1193
164 26 Kista
Tel. +46 (0) 8 634 37 00
e-mail: info@oki.se
Website: www.oki.se
Oki Systems (Schweiz)
Baslerstrasse 15
CH-4310 Rheinfelden
Support deutsch +41 61 827 94 81
Support français +41 61 827 94 82
Support italiano +41 061 827 9473
Tel: +41 61 827 9494
Website: www.oki.ch
Tel (Español): 1-856-222-7496
1-856-222-5276
Fax: 1-856-222-5260
Email: LASatisfaction@okidata.com
Oki Data de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Mariano Escobedo #748, Piso 8
Col. Nueva Anzures
C.P. 11590, México, D.F.
Tel: 52-555-263-8780
Fax: 52-555-250-3501
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.COM
Oki Data do Brasil Informática
Ltda.
Av. Alfredo Egídio de Souza Aranha,
100 - 5º Andar - Bloco C
Chácara Santo Antonio - São Paulo,
SP - Brasil
CEP: 04726-170
Tel: 55-11-3543-5500
Fax: 55-11-3444-3501
email: okidata@okidata.com.br
HTTP://www.okiprintingsolutions.com
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Oki Systems (Thailand) Ltd.
Oki Data(Australia) Pty Ltd.
Level1 67 Epping Road, Macquarie
Park
NSW 2113, Australia
Tel: +61 2 8071 0000
(Support Tel: 1800 807 472)
Fax: +61 2 8071 0010
http://www.oki.com.au
OKI Data New Zealand
8 Antares Place Rosedale,
Auckland, 0632 New Zealand
Tel: (64) 9 477 0500
(Customer Support: 0800 778 800)
Fax: (64) 9 477 0549
http://www.oki.co.nz/
Suite 21.03, 21st Floor Menara IGB,
Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Pura 59200,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (60) 3 2287 1177
Fax: (60) 3 2287 1166
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,Tokyo
108-8551, Japan
www.oki.com/printing/
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