DocuPrint C4350 User Guide

DocuPrint C4350 User Guide
DocuPrint C4350
User Guide
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Saved data may be lost if hard disk of the machine breaks down due to external shocks or if the power is
accidentally cut off in a manner not following the methods listed in manuals or other documentations. Fuji
Xerox is not responsible for such data loss and any consequence caused by such data loss.
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing the DocuPrint C4350. This guide is written with the new user in mind
and provides information about how to set up and operate the printer as well as precautions for
use. Before using the printer, be sure to read this guide for good performance and effective use.
Please keep this guide for future reference. The illustrations shown in this guide are those of the
printer that has a 3 tray module (1650 Sheet Feeder).
In this manual, safety instructions are preceded by the symbol
.
Always read and follow the instructions before performing the required procedures.
This equipment is certified as a Class 1 laser product, which does not emit hazardous laser radiation.
Follow the operations described in the User Guide. Do not operate the machine in any way other than
described in the User Guide. Unauthorized operation can cause faults or accidents.
Radio Frequency Emissions
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to the International Standard for Electromagnetic Interference (CISPR Publ. 22) and Radiocommunication Act 1992 in Australia/New Zealand. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes and modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Fuji Xerox may void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
As a member of the International Energy Star Program, Fuji Xerox confirms this product satisfies the requirements for International Energy Star Program standards.
Fuji Xerox shares the global concern about environmental conservation and has integrated that concern
in its business activities–from research and development to disposal. We have implemented a number
of programs to lessen the burden on the environment. For example, we have totally eliminated
ozonedepleting chlorofluorocarbons from our manufacturing facilities. We are committed to leadership
in the conservation of resources by reusing and recycling post-consumer waste material such as paper,
cartridges, and parts from our customer's copiers and printers. Along with our efforts to make environmental values a part of the Fuji Xerox culture, DocuPrint C4350 adopts recycled components that satisfy our strict quality standards.
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DocuPrint C4350 Features
The DocuPrint C4350 has the following features:
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* For information about the setting items, refer to the print driver's online help.
For how to use the On-line Help and the contents, refer to "4.2.2 Using the Online Help" (P.48).
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Contents
◆ Preface
◆ DocuPrint C4350 Features
◆ Contents
◆ Types of Manuals
◆ Using This Guide
◆ Safety Notes
◆ The Objectives of the International Energy Star Program
◆ About License
◆ Legal Notice
Chapter 1 Setting up the Printer Environment
1.1
Printer Environment ............................................................................................... 2
1.2
Printer Environment Setting Flow .......................................................................... 8
1.3
Setting the IP Address ........................................................................................... 9
1.4
1.5
1.3.1
Setting Flow .......................................................................................... 10
1.3.2
Setting Addresses ..................................................................................11
Setting the Port .................................................................................................... 15
1.4.1
Enabling the Port................................................................................... 15
1.4.2
Enabling the SNMP Agent .................................................................... 16
1.4.3
Enabling the SMB Port and Protocol..................................................... 18
About Allocation of
Memories ............................................................................................................. 20
Chapter 2 Installing the Print Driver
2.1
Overview.............................................................................................................. 24
2.1.1
2.2
Supported Operating Systems .............................................................. 24
Print Driver Installation......................................................................................... 25
2.2.1
When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP Environment (LPR/LPD))........ 26
2.3
How to Get the Latest Print Driver ....................................................................... 27
2.4
Uninstallation ....................................................................................................... 28
Chapter 3 Basic Operations
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3.1
Main Components and Their Functions............................................................... 30
3.2
Switching on/off the Printer.................................................................................. 36
3.2.1
Switching on the Printer ........................................................................ 36
3.2.2
Switching off the Printer ........................................................................ 37
3.2.3
Circuit Breaker ...................................................................................... 38
3.3
Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs................................................... 39
3.3.1
Canceling Print Jobs from the Computer .............................................. 39
3.3.2
Canceling Print Jobs from the Printer ................................................... 40
3.3.3
Checking the Status of Print Jobs ......................................................... 41
3.4
Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly ......................................................... 42
3.5
Loading Configuration of Options and Paper Settings for Trays.......................... 43
Chapter 4 Printing
4.1
Flow of Printing (Windows) .................................................................................. 46
4.2
Setting of Printing Features ................................................................................. 47
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.2.1
Setting Printing Features....................................................................... 47
4.2.2
Using the Online Help ........................................................................... 48
Printing on Special Paper .................................................................................... 49
4.3.1
Printing on Special Paper Using Tray 5 (Bypass) ................................. 50
4.3.2
Printing on Special Paper Using Trays 1 to 4........................................ 51
Printing on a Registered Form (Overlay Printing)................................................ 52
4.4.1
Creating/Registering a Form Data File.................................................. 52
4.4.2
Printing Using a Form ........................................................................... 54
Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper ................................................. 55
4.5.1
Loading Non-standard Size Paper ........................................................ 55
4.5.2
Setting Non-standard Paper Sizes ........................................................ 57
4.5.3
Printing on Non-standard Size Paper.................................................... 61
Setting the TrueType Font Printing ...................................................................... 62
4.6.1
Editing the TrueType Font Substitution Table........................................ 62
4.6.2
Setting the TrueType Font Printing........................................................ 63
Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout
(Secure/Sample Print) ......................................................................................... 65
4.7.1
4.8
Printing at the Specified Time (Delayed Printing) ................................................ 70
4.8.1
4.9
Making Secure Print and Sample Print ................................................. 66
Printing at the Specified Time................................................................ 70
Setting Print Modes ............................................................................................. 73
4.10 Printing after Adjusting the Image Quality ........................................................... 77
4.10.1
Adjusting the Brightness/Contrast/Chroma ........................................... 77
4.10.2
Adjusting the Color Balance.................................................................. 79
4.10.3
Compensating for the Differences in Characteristics between Devices
(Monitor, Scanner, Etc.)......................................................................... 80
4.11 Printing after Registering Frequently Used Settings (Favorites).......................... 83
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4.11.1
Registering Settings in [Favorites] ........................................................ 83
4.11.2
Printing Using the Registered Settings ................................................. 84
4.12 Printing PDF Files Directly (ContentsBridge)....................................................... 85
4.12.1
Printing PDF Files Using the ContentsBridge Utility ............................. 86
4.12.2
Printing PDF Files without Using the ContentsBridge Utility ................. 89
4.13 Sending a Document to the Printer by E-Mail (E-mail Printing)........................... 90
4.13.1
Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing ..................................... 90
4.13.2
Sending E-mails .................................................................................... 92
4.13.3
Precautions for Sending Documents by E-mail..................................... 93
Chapter 5 Maintenance
5.1
5.2
5.1.1
Outline of CentreWare Internet Services .............................................. 96
5.1.2
The CentreWare Internet Services Screen ........................................... 97
5.1.3
Browser Settings ................................................................................... 98
5.1.4
Proxy Server and Port Numbers ........................................................... 99
5.1.5
Checking the Printer Settings.............................................................. 100
5.1.6
Items That Can Be Set for CentreWare Internet Services .................. 101
5.1.7
Using CentreWare Internet Services................................................... 101
Mail Notice Service ............................................................................................ 105
5.2.1
Information to Be Notified by E-mail Notice Service ........................... 105
5.2.2
Settings for Using Mail Notice Service ................................................ 105
5.3
HTTP Communications via Encryption (HTTP-SSL) ..........................................110
5.4
Loading Paper ....................................................................................................114
5.5
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Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services) ....... 96
5.4.1
Paper Types .........................................................................................114
5.4.2
Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4 .......................................................... 120
5.4.3
Changing the Size of Paper in Trays 1 to 4 ........................................ 124
5.4.4
Loading Paper into Tray 5 (Bypass).................................................... 126
5.4.5
Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper ..................................... 130
5.4.6
Setting for Using Special Heavyweight Paper..................................... 132
5.4.7
Automatic Tray Selection .................................................................... 133
Replacing Consumables.................................................................................... 134
5.5.1
Consumables ...................................................................................... 134
5.5.2
Replacing Toner Cartridges................................................................. 135
5.5.3
Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4] ......................... 137
5.5.4
Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B] ........................................... 142
5.5.5
Replacing the Staple Cartridge ........................................................... 146
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.5.6
Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle Stitch ................................ 148
5.5.7
Disposing Chips from Punch Dust Box ............................................... 150
Printing Report/List ............................................................................................ 152
5.6.1
Types of Reports/Lists......................................................................... 152
5.6.2
Printing Report/List.............................................................................. 161
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages .......................................................... 162
5.7.1
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages by Meter ............................ 162
5.7.2
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages by [Printer Meter Report] ... 163
Using Power Saver Mode .................................................................................. 166
5.8.1
Setting the Power Saver Mode ........................................................... 166
5.8.2
Exiting the Power Saver Mode............................................................ 169
Adjusting Gradation ........................................................................................... 170
5.9.1
Gradation Adjustment ......................................................................... 170
5.9.2
Performing Gradation Adjustment ....................................................... 170
5.10 Cleaning the Printer ........................................................................................... 180
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
6.1
6.2
Type of Problem................................................................................................. 184
6.1.1
Course of Action for Troubleshooting.................................................. 184
6.1.2
Unusual Conditions ............................................................................. 185
Clearing Paper Jams ......................................................................................... 188
6.2.1
Removing Jammed Paper in Trays 1 to 4 ........................................... 189
6.2.2
Removing Jammed Paper in High Capacity Tray ............................... 190
6.2.3
Removing Jammed Paper in Tray 5 (Bypass)..................................... 192
6.2.4
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L1 ........................................ 193
6.2.5
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L2 ........................................ 194
6.2.6
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L3 ........................................ 195
6.2.7
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L4 ........................................ 196
6.2.8
Paper Jams in the Finisher ................................................................. 201
6.3
Stapler Faults ..................................................................................................... 214
6.4
Poor Print Quality............................................................................................... 219
6.5
List of Messages................................................................................................ 223
6.6
6.5.1
List of Messages (Alphabetical Order) ................................................ 223
6.5.2
List of Error Codes .............................................................................. 237
Troubleshooting When Working in a TCP/IP Environment ................................ 248
6.6.1
For Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me ........................................ 248
6.6.2
For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 .249
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6.7
Troubleshooting When Using CentreWare Internet Services ............................ 250
6.8
Troubleshooting When Using E-mail Services .................................................. 251
Chapter 7 Setting Common Menu
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Outline of Common Menu.................................................................................. 254
7.1.1
About Menu Structure ......................................................................... 254
7.1.2
About Common Menu ......................................................................... 254
Description of Common Menu ........................................................................... 256
7.2.1
Print Language Setting........................................................................ 256
7.2.2
The System Administrator Menu......................................................... 259
7.2.3
Language ............................................................................................ 288
Common Menu Basic Operations...................................................................... 289
7.3.1
Basic Operations................................................................................. 289
7.3.2
Changing Common Menu Settings ..................................................... 290
List of Common Menu ....................................................................................... 291
Appendix
A
Main Specifications............................................................................................ 298
A.1
Product Specifications......................................................................... 298
A.2
Output Sizes Supported by Finisher ................................................... 305
A.3
Printable Area ..................................................................................... 306
A.4
Internal Fonts ...................................................................................... 307
A.5
Parallel Interface ................................................................................. 310
B
Optional Product List ......................................................................................... 312
C
Precautions/Limitations...................................................................................... 313
C.1
Precautions/Limitations on Main Unit.................................................. 313
C.2
SMB .................................................................................................... 314
C.3
TCP/IP (lpd) ........................................................................................ 316
D
Upgrading the Software Version of the Printer .................................................. 319
E
Service Life of Consumables and Periodic Replacement Parts ........................ 320
F
Paper Sizes and Memory Capacity ................................................................... 321
G
Glossary ............................................................................................................ 323
H
Q&A ................................................................................................................... 331
◆ Index ................................................................................................................................. 334
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Types of Manuals
We provide the following guides for optimum usage of the printer.
Manuals Supplied with this Printer and Their Contents
The following manuals come with this printer.
Setup Guide
This guide explains the procedure for installing the printer.
User Guide
This guide explains how to set up and operate the printer and troubleshooting.
Manual (HTML)
This manual explains how to install the print driver and set up the printer environment.
●
This manual is stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with the printer.
Emulation Setup Guide (PDF)
This guide explains how to set ESC/P, HP-GL, HP-GL/2, and PCL emulation
modes.
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Emulation Settings Guide are stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
Manual Stored on "PostScript® Driver Library" CD-ROM (PDF)
This manual explains the setup procedure for using the printer as a PostScript
printer as well as the setting items that can be set with the print driver.
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This manual is stored on the "PostScript Driver Library" CD-ROM.
Guides Supplied with Optional Products
Installation Procedure Guides
An installation procedure guide is supplied with each optional product as
required.
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Using This Guide
Prerequisite
This guide assumes that you have a basic knowledge of the operating environment of your computer, network environments, and how to operate the computer.
For more information about the environment of your computer, basic knowledge
of network environments, and how to operate the computer, refer to the manuals
supplied with the computer, OS (Operating System), and network system.
Organization of this Guide
This guide consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1 Setting up the Printer Environment
This chapter gives examples of connections made to use this printer as a local
printer or network printer as well as how to set up this printer so that it can be
used.
Chapter 2 Installing the Print Driver
This chapter explains how to install the print driver.
Chapter 3 Basic Operations
This chapter explains names and functions of main components, how to switch
on/off the power, and how to cancel print jobs.
Chapter 4 Printing
This chapter explains main printing methods.
Chapter 5 Maintenance
This chapter explains paper types and the daily routine such as loading of paper
and replacement of consumable supplies.
This chapter also explains the reports and lists that can be printed with this
printer and the tool (CentreWare Internet Services) that is used to check and set
the status of this printer from the computer.
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
This chapter gives you solutions for problems you encountered during printing
(paper jam, error message, etc.).
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Chapter 7 Setting Control Panel
This chapter explains the items that can be set from the control panel of this
printer and how to set them.
Appendices
These appendix includes main specifications of this printer and Q&A.
Notations
(1)In this guide, "computer" refers to a personal computer or workstation.
(2)The following icons are used in this guide depending on the type of information:
Indicates important information which you should read.
Indicates additional information on operations or features.
Indicates reference sources.
(3)The following conventions are used in this guide:
Refer to "xxx"
: The cross-reference is within this guide.
Refer to xxx
: The cross-reference is not within this guide.
"
"
: Indicates the name of a folder, file, application, or CD-ROM.
[
]
: Indicates the name of a menu, command, window, or dialog box on
the computer, and the name of a button or menu displayed in them.
Also indicates the message, menu option, or setting value displayed
on the control panel.
<
> key
: Indicates the key on the keyboard.
<
> button
: Indicates the button on the control panel.
(4)When a checkbox is checked, it indicates ON; otherwise it indicates OFF.
(5)The item with the radio button checked is the selected item.
(6)This guide provides information taking the windows and operations of Microsoft®
Windows® XP as examples. If your OS is not Windows XP, read this guide
according to the operating environment of your OS.
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Safety Notes
For your own safety, please read this page carefully before using the machine.
Graphic symbols used throughout this guide
Used for items that if not followed strictly, can lead to severe or fatal
injuries.
Used for items that if not followed strictly, can cause injuries to user or
damages to printer.
A symbol for items to pay attention to when
handling printer. Follow instructions carefully to
use machine safely.
A symbol for prohibited items. Follow instructions carefully to avoid any dangerous acts.
A symbol for items that must be performed.
Follow instructions carefully to carry out these
essential tasks.
For Installation & Relocation
Do not place the machine in a hot, humid, dusty, or poorly ventilated environment.
Prolonged exposure to these adverse conditions can cause fire or electric shock.
Do not place the machine near heaters or volatile, flammable, or combustible materials such as curtains that may catch fire.
Place the machine on a level and sturdy surface that can withstand a weight of 215
kg. If tilted, the machine may fall over and cause injuries.
When relocating the machine, contact our Customer Support Center.
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The machine has ventilation holes on the rear panel, and rear end and left side of
the top panel. Ensure that the machine is installed with a minimum clearance of
100mm from the rear vent to the wall. A poor ventilation can cause excessive internal heat and fire.
The accompanying diagram shows the minimum clearances required for normal
operation, consumables replacement, and maintenance to ensure your machine
operates at the maximum performance. Your Xerox representative will provide necessary support for the proper installation of the machine.
When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet. If the
machine is moved with the power cord connected, it can cause damage to the cord
which could result in fire or electric shock.
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When moving the machine, do not tilt it more than 10 degrees. If tilted excessively,
the machine may fall over and cause injuries.
Front
Front
Left
Rear
Left
Right
Right
Rear
When the machine is installed, be sure to lock the caster stoppers. An unlocked
machine may fall over or slide and cause injuries.
Others
● The machine is capable of operating normally within the following recommended
environmental limits.
Temperature range 10 - 32°C
Humidity range 15 - 85% (no condensation)
Humidity should be 47.5% or below at 32°C, and temperature should be 27.8°C or
below at 85% humidity.
Sudden temperature fluctuations can affect copy quality. Rapid heating of a cold room can cause condensation inside the machine, directly interfering with image transfer.
● Do not expose the machine to direct sunlight. Exposure to direct sunlight can
adversely affect the machine's performance.
● Use an Ethernet cable only for indoor connections. Connecting an Ethernet cable
directly to outdoor may cause printer breakdown by lighting.
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For Power & Earth Connection
The power specifications are listed below. The specifications that apply to your
machine depend on your machine configuration. Connect the power plug only to a
properly rated power outlet. Otherwise, it can cause fire or electric shocks. If in
doubt, contact our Customer Support Center.
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Rated voltage 110 V
Rated frequency 60 Hz
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Rated voltage 220-240 V
Rated frequency 50/60 Hz
Never use multi-plug adaptors to plug multiple power plugs in the same outlet. Be
sure to operate the machine on a sole-use receptacle. Multiple connectors can
cause the outlet to overheat and cause fire.
Ensure that the plug connection is free of dust. In a damp environment, a contaminated connector can draw a non-negligible amount of current that can generate
heat and eventually cause fire over an extended period of time.
Always use the power cord provided with your printer. When an extension power
cord is required, always use a properly rated cord.
In Japan: 125 V/15 A
In other countries: Contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
If you use a cord with an unspecified current rating, the printer or plug may emit
smoke or become hot to touch externally.
Do not attempt to rework, pull, bend, chafe, or otherwise damage the power cord.
Do not place a heavy object on the cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electric
shock.
Never touch a power cord with wet hands. Danger of electric shock exists.
Stop operation immediately if your machine produces smoke, excessive heat,
unusual noise, or smell, or if water is spilt onto the machine. These conditions can
cause fire. Immediately switch off and unplug the machine, and contact our Customer Support Center.
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To prevent fire or electric shock, follow the instructions below based on your printer
configuration.
If in doubt, contact our Customer Support Center.
- If your printer is a 220-240 V model, there is no need to attach a separate earth
line since the earth connection is incorporated in the power line. Plug it into a
properly rated outlet.
- If your printer is a 100 or 110 V model, use the green earth bundled with the
power cord, located at the rear of the printer.
The earth wire must be connected to one of the following conductors:
- Earth terminal of the specified power outlet
- A piece of copper buried in the earth 650 mm or deeper
- Earth terminal with Class D* earthing
*Class D is the regulation for Japan only.
Never connect the earth wire to any of the following:
●
Gas pipe, which can be ignited and explode
●
Telephone line earth wire or lightning rod, which can draw an excessive electric
current if hit by lightning
● Water faucet or pipe whose electrical conductivity is broken by a non-metal part
If the power cord is broken or insulated wires are exposed, ask our Customer Support Center for a replacement. Using a damaged cord can cause fire or electric
shock.
Do not unplug or replug the machine while it is on. Unplugging a live connector can
deform the plug and cause fire.
When unplugging the machine, grasp the plug instead of the cord. Forcibly pulling
on a cord can damage it and cause fire or electric shock.
Once a month, unplug the machine and check the power cord for the following:
● The power cord is plugged firmly into a receptacle.
● The plug is not excessively heated, rusted, or bent.
● The plug and receptacle are free of dust.
● The cord is not cracked or frayed.
If you notice any unusual conditions, contact our Customer Support Center.
When the machine is not used over an extended period of time, switch it off and
unplug it. If an unused machine is left connected to a power source for a long
period, degraded insulation can cause electric shock, current leakages, or fire.
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The machine has a circuit breaker. In the event of a current leakage, the breaker
will automatically cut off the power circuit to prevent any leakages or fire from occurring. The breaker is normally On ("|"). Once a month, check the breaker for correct
operation. Also, make sure that it is earthed. If not, the breaker cannot detect the
current leakage which can cause electric shock. Check the breaker by using the following procedure. If you notice any unusual condition, contact our Customer Support Center.
(1)Turn the printer off.
(2)Push the circuit breaker RESET button all the way in. The Reset button is held
pushed in if you take your finger off this button.
(2)Lightly push the TEST button with a ball-point pen, etc. The RESET button is
popped up.
This completes the check of the breaker.
(3)Again, push the RESET button all the way in.
Power switch
Reset button
Test button
Be sure to switch off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the
machine for cleaning, maintenance, or fault clearance. Access to a live machine's
interior can cause electric shock.
Switch off the machine before connecting the interface cable or options. Connecting the cable or card with a live machine can cause electric shock.
Others
● The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against lightning-induced surge cur-
rent. If lightning strikes in your neighborhood, switch off the machine. Disconnect
the power cord from the machine, and reconnect them only when the lightning has
stopped.
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For Machine Operation
Do not place any liquid container such as a vase or a coffee cup on the machine.
Spilt water can cause a fire or electric shock
Do not place any metal parts such as staples or clips on the machine. If metal and
flammable parts get into the machine, they can short-circuit internal components,
and cause fire or electric shock.
If debris (metal or liquid) gets into the machine, switch off and unplug the machine.
Contact our Customer Support Center. Operating a debris-contaminated machine
can cause fire or electric shock.
Never open or remove machine covers that are secured with screws unless specifically instructed in the "User Guide." A high voltage component can cause electric
shock.
Do not try to alter the machine configuration, or modify any parts. An unauthorized
modification can cause smoke or fire.
This equipment is certified as a Class 1 laser product under [IEC825 (1984)]. This
means that the machine does not emit hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation
emitted inside the machine is completely confined within the protective housings
and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any
phase of user operation. Do not perform any operation apart from the instructions
given in the manual. There may be a danger of laser beam leakage.
Never load the CD-ROM on any type of audio player. Loading the CD-ROM on an
audio player can causes a terrific noise and it may give damages to your ears or to
your speakers.
Do not place a magnet near the safety switch of the machine. A magnet can activate the machine accidentally, resulting in injuries.
Do not use a highly flammable spray or solvent near the machine. It can cause fire.
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Do not use conductive paper, e.g. folding paper, carbonic paper and coated paper.
When paper jam occurs, they can cause a short circuit and fire.
Never touch areas labeled as "High Voltage." You can get an electric shock.
Never touch a labeled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, do not try to remove it by yourself
to avoid injuries or burns. Switch off the machine immediately, and contact our
Customer Support Center.
When pulling out a paper tray, do it slowly. If pulled out with too much force, the
tray can hit and injure your knees.
When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in
the machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet
of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is
difficult or impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself. Doing so can
cause injuries or burns. Switch off the machine immediately, and contact our Customer Support Center.
Keep the room ventilated when using the copier for a long period of time. If not, you
can get a headache.
Others
● When clearing a paper jam or other fault, follow the appropriate procedure given in
the User Guide.
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For Consumables
Never throw a toner cartridge into an open flame. It can cause an explosion and
you can get burnt.
Never throw toner, a waste toner container, or a toner container into an open flame.
It can cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Never use a vacuum cleaner when you clean spilled toner. It can cause explosion
as the toner fills the vacuum cleaner and gets sparks. Use a broom or a wet cloth.
When removing the fuser cartridge, make sure you switch off the power first and
wait for 20 minutes before removing it
Others
● Do not unpack consumables before use. Store consumables in a cool, dry, and
clean environment, away from an open flame, and out of direct exposure to sunlight.
● When using consumables, read and observe operating instructions and safeguards
given on the package and container.
● Post-consumer toner cartridges and drum cartridges are recycled for resource
conservation.
- Handling instructions Used toner cartridges, toner collection bottles, and drum cartridges should be
properly disposed of. Contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers for
disposal.
● Follow the procedure below to give first aid.
●
●
●
●
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If toner gets into your eyes, bathe your eyes until the pain stops, and submit to
medical treatment if required.
If the toner adheres to your skin, wash away the toner with soap.
If you breathe the toner, gargle with large amounts of water.
If you swallow the toner, vomit it and submit to medical treatment immediately.
For Finisher
When removing jammed staples, take care not to injure your fingers.
Never touch the moving parts of the finisher during it is operated. It will cause you
to get an injury.
Never touch the safety switch. The safety switch activates to stop the machine
operation when the front doors are opened or the finisher is disconnected from the
main body by being moved to the right direction. If you push the safety switch with
a coin or a screw driver, the machine starts operation and it may cause you to get
an injury.
Do not staple document with punched holes (e.g. perforated paper available in the
market) as the resultant detached staples can injure your fingers.
Switching Off
Others
● When the power is switched off, print data remaining in the printer and information
spooled in memory will be erased.
Before switching off the power during normal operation, ensure that [Ready to print]
is displayed on the LCD of the control panel.
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■ Labels indicating Warning and Caution
Warning and caution labels are attached inside the printer to ensure safe use of this
printer. Read and follow the instructions carefully for your safety.
*This label is located behind the waste
toner container cover.
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The Objectives of the International Energy Star Program
To protect the global environment and conserve energy sources, the International Energy
Star Program encourages the following product features. Fuji Xerox confirms that DocuPrint
C4350 satisfies the requirements for this program.
Sleep Mode Feature
This product has a power-saving feature, which switches the printer to the Sleep
Mode automatically if the printer is on and not operated for a certain period of
time. In this mode, the machine consumes minimum power. The default Sleep
Mode start time is set at 30 minutes. You can change this setting from 15 to 240
minutes at 1 minute intervals.
For information about the procedure, refer to “5.8 Using Power Saver Mode”
(P.166)
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About License
OpenSSL
Copyright (c)1998-2003 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in
the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"
4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written
permission. For written permission, please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may
"OpenSSL" appear in their names without prior written permission of the
OpenSSL Project.
6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in
the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT "AS IS'' AND
ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
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SSLeay
Copyright (c)1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared to. The following conditions apply to all code found in
this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL
code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the
same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code
are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the
author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:
"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
(eay@cryptsoft.com)"
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library being
used are not cryptographic related :-)
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the
apps directory (application code) you must include an acknowledgement:
"This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG "AS IS"AND ANY
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM-
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AGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS;
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT
OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be copied and
put under another distribution licence [including the GNU Public Licence.]
JPEG Code
This printer's software uses a portion of the codes created by the Independent
JPEG Group.
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Legal Notice
Copying or printing certain documents may be illegal in your country. Penalties of
fines or imprisonment may be imposed on those found guilty. The following are
examples of items that may be illegal to copy or print in your country.
● Currency
● Banknotes and checks
● Bank and government bonds and securities
● Passports and identification cards
● Copyright material or trademarks without the consent of the owner
● Postage stamps and other negotiable instruments
This list is not inclusive and no liability is assumed for either its completeness or
accuracy. In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel.
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1
Setting up the Printer
Environment
1.1
Printer Environment ........................................................................... 2
1.2
Printer Environment Setting Flow ...................................................... 8
1.3
Setting the IP Address ....................................................................... 9
1.4
1.5
1.3.1
Setting Flow ...................................................................... 10
1.3.2
Setting Addresses............................................................. 11
Setting the Port ................................................................................ 15
1.4.1
Enabling the Port .............................................................. 15
1.4.2
Enabling the SNMP Agent ................................................ 16
1.4.3
Enabling the SMB Port and Protocol ................................ 18
About Allocation of Memories .......................................................... 20
Setting up the Printer Environment
1
1.1
Printer Environment
This section describes the environments where this printer can be used.
When connected to the computer directly, this printer can be used as a local printer.
When connected to a network, this printer can be used as a network printer. Since this
printer is compatible with multiple protocols, it can be shared among the printers installed in
different network environments.
Using this Printer as a Local Printer
Connect this printer to a computer with a parallel cable or USB cable.
■Parallel cable connection
2.2 Print Driver Installation (P.25)
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me
Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
Use the parallel cable which is optionally available from our company. If any other parallel cable is
used, radio interference can result.
■USB cable connection
If Windows® 98 Second Edition, Windows Me®, Windows® 2000, Windows® XP,
or Windows® ServerTM 2003 is preinstalled in your computer, connect this
printer to your computer with a USB cable.
Connect the USB cable after installing the print driver in the computer.
This printer is compliant with both USB1.1 and USB2.0.
2.2 Print Driver Installation (P.25)
Windows 98 Second Edition/Windows Me
Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
2
Window® network (SMB)
"SMB (Server Message Block)" is a protocol used to share a file and printer
under Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows NT® 4.0/Windows 2000/
Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. SMB allows you to send print data to the
printer on the same network (Ethernet interface) without passing through the
server and print it.
NetBEUI or TCP/IP can be used as the SMB transport protocol. Note that NetBEUI is not supported by Windows Server 2003.
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.1 Printer Environment
1
2.2 Print Driver Installation (P.25)
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
*1 NetBEUI is not supported by Windows XP/
Windows Server 2003.
TCP/IP (Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows
2003)
Since this printer supports TCP/IP (LPD), you can send print data from the Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 computer to
this printer directly using the Ipr command and print it. To do this, you need to
assign the IP address to the printer and Windows computer.
By assigning the printer registered in a Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 computer as a shared printer, it can also be
used from Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows ME computers.
Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
2.2.1 When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP Environment (LPR/LPD)) (P.26)
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1
1.1 Printer Environment
■ The Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 computer allows
for the following printing:
● Since this printer supports Port9100, you can send print data directly to the set
port and print it.
● Since this printer supports IPP, you can print over the Internet by assigning the
printer URL to the printer port.
TCP/IP (Window 95/Windows 98/Windows Me)
When printing from the Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me computer in the
TCP/IP environment, use TCP/IP Direct Print Utility. TCP/IP Direct Print Utility
can be installed together with the print driver.
"TCP/IP Direct Print Utility" is Fuji Xerox software used to send print data from
the Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me computer to the printer on the same
network (Ethernet interface) directly without passing through the server and print
it. To do this, you need to assign the IP address to the printer and Windows 95/
Windows 98/Windows Me computer.
LPD can be used as the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility protocol.
2.2.1 When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP Environment (LPR/LPD)) (P.26)
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me computer
in which TCP/IP Direct Print Utility is installed
(TCP/IP Direct Print Utility can be
installed together with the print driver.)
■The Windows ME computer allows for the following printing:
Since this printer supports IPP, you can print over the Internet by assigning the
printer URL to the printer port.
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TCP/IP (UNIX)
Since this printer supports the TCP/IP protocol, you can print from the UNIX
computer. To do this, you need to assign the IP address to this printer and the
UNIX computer.
For information about how to print from a UNIX workstation, refer to the manual stored on the
"Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.1 Printer Environment
1
NetWare®
This printer is compliant with Novell's operating systems NetWare 3.12/3.2/4.11/
4.2/5/5.1 and supports only the print server mode (PServer) for the bindery and
NDS (4.11 or later).
In the print server mode, the printer operates as a print server to dequeue print
jobs from the print queue and execute them. This printer consumes one user
license of the file server.
TCP/IP and IPX/SPX can be used as the NetWare protocol.
This printer does not support a remote printer (RPrinter) mode.
When printing using NetWare, refer to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied
with this printer.
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1
6
1.1 Printer Environment
AppleTalk®
Since this printer supports the AppleTalk protocol, you can print from the Macintosh using EtherTalk®.
For how to use EtherTalk®, refer to the manual stored on the "PostScript Driver Library" CD-ROM.
Internet Printing (IPP)
Since this machine supports IPP (Internet Printing Protocol), you can send print
data from the Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
computer to a remote printer over the Internet or Intranet and print it. In addition,
since Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 supports the client
software (IPP port monitor) used to print via the IPP printer, you can specify an
IPP-compliant printer from the Add Printer Wizard.
TCP/IP is used as a transport protocol.
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.1 Printer Environment
1
When printing from the Windows Me computer over the Internet, you need to install the IPP port. For
how to install the IPP port, refer to the manual supplied with Windows Me.
For how to print using IPP, refer to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with
this printer.
Port9100
Since this printer supports Port9100 protocol, you can print from the Windows
2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 computer using Port9100.
TCP/IP is used as the transport protocol. You need to assign the IP address to
this printer and Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 computer.
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1.2
Printer Environment Setting
Flow
This section describes the printer environment setting flow.
Confirm the settings necessary for setting up the printer environment with reference to the
chart below.
1
*1
8
For more information, refer to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" and "PostScript
Driver Library" CD-ROMs supplied with this printer.
This section describes how to set the IP address.
You can set the IP address using one of the following two methods:
● Setting the IP address from the control panel.
● Using the "IP Address Setting Tool" contained on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied
with this printer.
The following procedure is for setting the IP address from the control panel. To set up the
IP address using the CD-ROM, refer to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM
supplied with this printer.
You can change the IP address from CentreWare Internet Services. For information about CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
Depending on the network environment, you may need to set the subnet mask and gateway address for the printer. If
your network has the DHCP, BOOTP, or RARP environment, this printer can obtain these addresses from each of
these servers.
By default, these addresses are automatically obtained from the DHCP server.
●
●
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.3
Setting the IP Address
1
Use the DHCP server together with the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service) server.
When using the BOOTP or RARP server, change the item [Get IP Address] to [BOOTP] or [RARP] on the control panel. Check with your system administrator for any queries about the BOOTP or RARP environment.
For details on items and setting methods, refer to "7 Setting Common Menu " (P.253).
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1
1.3 Setting the IP Address
1.3.1
Setting Flow
If you are not certain whether a DHCP server exists, follow the procedure discussed below to check whether it exists. If the DHCP server exists, the IP
address is automatically set and so you need not enter the IP address. If the
DHCP server does not exist, set the IP address with reference to "1.3.2 Setting
Addresses" (P.11).
Checking the DHCP Server Existence
If the DHCP environment is unknown, check with the system administrator.
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Printing the Settings List
Procedure
1
2
Print the "System Settings List" with reference to "5.6 Printing Report/
List (P.152)".
In the "System Settings List", check the addresses of [TCP/IP: IP
Address], [TCP/IP: Subnet Mask], [TCP/IP: Gateway Address] and
[WINS: Primary WINS Server Address], [WINS: Secondary WINS
Server Address] under [Communication Settings]. For how to check the
"System Settings List", refer to "Checking the Settings List" below.
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.3 Setting the IP Address
1
Checking the Settings List
■When neither TCP/IP nor WINS address is obtained
Your network has neither a DHCP server nor a WINS server. Refer to "1.3.2
Setting Addresses" (P.11) to set the IP address.
■When the address is obtained for TCP/IP but not for WINS
Your network has no WINS server. Do not use the DHCP environment
because printing may be disabled when the IP address assigned to this printer
is changed. Refer to "1.3.2 Setting Addresses" (P.11) to set the IP address of
this printer manually.
■When both TCP/IP and WINS addresses are obtained.
Your network has the DHCP and WINS servers operating. It is recommended
to use the DHCP environment. The IP address of this printer will be set by the
DHCP server. The name (FXxxxxxx) displayed to the right of [Host Name]
under [SMB] in the "System Settings List" is registered in the WINS server.
1.3.2
Setting Addresses
This section describes the procedure for setting the IP address on the control
panel.
Depending on the network environment used, you may need to set subnet mask
and gateway address. Consult your network administrator for the items to be set.
The message displayed at the beginning of IP address setting may be other than
[Ready to Print]. If [Get IP Add. Fail] is displayed first, press the <Menu> button
to perform the procedure from the beginning.
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1
12
1.3 Setting the IP Address
Setting the IP Address
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.3 Setting the IP Address
1
Setting the Subnet Mask/Gateway Address
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1
14
1.3 Setting the IP Address
After setting the IP address or checking the setting, enable the port and set the transport
protocol as required.
This section describes the procedure for setting the port status to [Enable], the procedure
for setting the SNMP agent status (Default: Enable) to [Enable], and the procedure for
enabling the SMB port and transport protocol.
The SNMP agent is enabled to use the remote printer management software such as CentreWare.
The SMB port is enabled to use this printer under the Windows network (SMB) environment.
The port can be set from CentreWare Internet Services. For more information, refer to "5.1
Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
1.4.1
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.4
Setting the Port
1
Enabling the Port
This section describes the procedure for enabling the LPD port.
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1.4 Setting the Port
1
1.4.2
Enabling the SNMP Agent
Enable the SNMP agent and select a transport protocol from among [IPX],
[UPD], and [IPX, UPD].
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Setting up the Printer Environment
1.4 Setting the Port
1
17
Setting up the Printer Environment
1
18
1.4 Setting the Port
1.4.3
Enabling the SMB Port and Protocol
This section describes the procedure for enabling the SMB port and selecting the
transport protocol.
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.4 Setting the Port
1
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1
1.5
About Allocation of
Memories
This section describes allocation of memories.
Memory allocation for this printer is shown in the table below.
Memory type
Standard
Print page buffer
Yes
HPGL auto layout memory
HDD
PS memory
Yes
Receive buffer capacity
Yes
Yes : Supported
HDD: Not supported when an internal hard disk drive (option) is installed.
When an optional internal hard disk drive is installed, you can select [Hard Disk] for the LPD, SMB, or IPP receive
buffer (spool) settings. Select [Hard Disk] as required.
Except for the print page buffer, you can allocate memory using the control panel or CentreWare Internet Services. The memory allocation setting takes effect after the power is turned
off and then on (or at system resetting).
●
●
For details on memory capacities and the initial spool capacity, refer to "7.2 Description of Common
Menu"(P.256).
For how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
Print Page Buffer
This is the area for drawing the actual print image. The area to be allocated to
the print page buffer will be the area remaining after memories have been allocated for other purposes. Accordingly, the capacity of the print page buffer cannot be changed directly. The actual capacity allocated to the print page buffer
can be checked under [Memory] in the "System Settings List".
To print high-resolution documents, reduce the capacities of the memories allocated to unused items to increase the capacity of the print page buffer.
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●
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For how to print the "System Settings List", refer to "5.6 Printing Report/List" (P.152).
You can check the capacity of the print page buffer using CentreWare Internet Services.
For details on CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring the Printer from the
Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
HPGL Auto Layout Memory
Specify the capacity of memory to be used for the (HP-GL/2) auto layout.
PS Memory
Specify the capacity of memory to be used for PostScript.
Receive Buffer Capacities
"Receive buffer" is the area where the data received from the computer is stored
temporarily. The receive buffer is provided for each port so that data can be
received from multiple ports at the same time. Receive buffer types are as follows:
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Setting up the Printer Environment
1.5 About Allocation of Memories
1
Receive buffer for parallel
Receive buffer for LPD
Receive buffer for NetWare
Receive buffer for SMB
Receive buffer for IPP
Receive buffer for EtherTalk
Receive buffer for USB
Receive buffer for Port9100
Increasing the receive buffer capacity may increase the printing speed. Adjust
the buffer capacity according to the volume of the print data. It is recommended
to disable unused ports and allocate memories for other purposes.
For LPD/SMB/IPP, a spool process type can be specified. By default, [Off] is set.
There are two types of spools, [Memory] and [Hard Disk]. When [Memory] is
specified, any data larger than the specified memory capacity cannot be
received. In such a case, install an optional internal hard disk drive and select
[Hard Disk].
●
[Memory] cannot be selected for IPP.
There are two types of spool modes, Spool mode and Non-spool mode.
Spool Mode
In this mode, the print data output by the application is temporarily stored in the
spool file in this printer to be printed. Either the RAM disk (allocated in the
memory in this printer) or the hard disk connected to this printer can be
selected as the spool file storage area. After print data has been spooled, all
processes are performed by this printer, freeing the computer-side application
program quickly. Thus, requests from multiple computers can be processed
simultaneously.
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1
22
1.5 About Allocation of Memories
Non-spool Mode
In this mode, the print data output by the application is sent to this printer and
printed directly. While this printer is processing a print request from a computer, it rejects print requests from other computers.
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2.1
Overview .......................................................................................... 24
2.1.1
2.2
Installing the Print
Driver
Supported Operating Systems.......................................... 24
Print Driver Installation..................................................................... 25
2.2.1
When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP Environment (LPR/
LPD)) ................................................................................ 26
2.3
How to Get the Latest Print Driver ................................................... 27
2.4
Uninstallation ................................................................................... 28
2.1
Installing the Print Driver
2
Overview
To print from the computer, install the print driver in the computer. The print driver is software that converts print data or instructions from the computer into data that can be understood by this printer.
This section describes the environment which is required to install the print driver (necessary for printing data using the functions of this printer) using the supplied CD-ROM.
2.1.1
Supported Operating Systems
Connection
method
Local connection
Network connection
Port
Parallel
USB
LPD
Protocol
-
-
TCP/
IP
TCP/
IP
IPX/
SPX
NetB
EUI
TCP/
IP
Yes*4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
OS
Windows
95
Yes
Windows
98
Yes
Yes*3
Yes*4
Windows
ME
Yes
Yes*3
Yes*4
Windows
NT 4.0
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Windows
XP
Windows
Server
2003
SMB
IPP
Port
9100
Ether
Talk
TCP/
IP
TCP/
IP
Appl
eTalk
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
UNIX
Macintosh
NetWare
Yes
Yes*1
Yes*1
Yes*2
* 1: Only Mac OS X 10.2.x/10.3.x are supported.
* 2: Supports Mac OS 7.5.3 or later, 8.x, 9.x, Mac OS X 10.2.x/10.3.x.
* 3: Each connected computer must have USB port. For Windows 98 SE/Me, USB Print
Utility is required (the utility software is supplied by Fuji Xerox). Refer to the manual
stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM.
*
4: For Windows 95/98 and Windows ME, install the print driver by using the driver installation tool, and then use the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility that is installed together with the
print driver.
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2.2
Print Driver Installation
■When printing on the TCP/IP network using lpr
2.2.1 When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP Environment (LPR/LPD)) (P.26)
Install the print driver with reference to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM
supplied with this printer in the following cases:
■When printing directly using SMB
■When printing using the printer on the NetWare server, Windows NT 4.0/
Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 network
■When printing over the Internet (IPP)
Installing the Print Driver
The print driver installation method varies depending on the environment you use. Install the
print driver with reference to the relevant section.
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■When printing directly using Port9100
■When printing with the printer connected to the computer with a parallel
cable as a local printer
■When printing with the printer connected to the computer with a USB cable
as a local printer
Connect the USB cable after installing the print driver to the computer.
In addition, install the postscript print driver with reference to the manual stored on the
"PostScript Driver Library" CD-ROM supplied with this printer so that you can use PostScript.
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2.2 Print Driver Installation
Installing the Print Driver
2
2.2.1
When Printing on the Network (TCP/IP
Environment (LPR/LPD))
This section describes the procedure for installing the print driver to print directly
from the computer via the printer on the TCP/IP network.
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If your OS is Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me, Fuji Xerox's TCP/IP Direct Print Utility is
installed together with the print driver.
If your OS is Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, the LPR port
supported by the OS is used.
Before Installation
If the TCP/IP protocol is not installed in your computer, an error message about
the “TCP/IP protocol” may be displayed during installation of the print driver.
Before installing the printer, check for the following:
■Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me
When the LPD port is used for printing, the computer uses Fuji Xerox's "TCP/IP
Direct Print Utility (TCP/IP Protocol)". TCP/IP Direct Print Utility is installed
together with the print driver using the driver installation tool. Before installing
TCP/IP Direct Print Utility, check that the "TCP/IP protocol" has been installed in
the computer.
■Windows NT 4.0
When printing with the LPD port, check that the "TCP/IP protocol" and "Microsoft
TCP/IP Print" are installed in the computer.
If it is not installed, install it with reference to the instructions supplied with Windows NT 4.0.
■Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
When printing with the LPD port, check that an "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)" is
installed in the computer.
If it is not installed, install it with reference to the instructions supplied with Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003.
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2.3
How to Get the Latest Print
Driver
This section describes how to get the latest print driver.
1
Display the [Detailed Settings] tab on the [Printing Preferences] dialog
box.
To display the [Printing Preferences] dialog box in Windows XP, click [Start], and then select [Settings] > [Printers and Faxes]. Select the printer icon, and then select [Printing Preferences] from the
[File] menu.
If your OS is not Windows XP, read this section according to the operating environment of your OS.
2
3
Click the [About] button.
Click [Fuji Xerox Web Site].
Installing the Print Driver
Procedure
2
The browser opens to show our home page.
4
Download the latest print driver according to the instructions.
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To download the latest print driver, access Fuji Xerox home page using the "Driver CD Kit" CDROM supplied with this printer. Clicking [About] in the Install menu will open the browser to display our home page. Download the latest print driver following the instructions.
The address of our download service page is as follows:
http://www.fxprinters.com/
The communication expenses shall be born by the user.
For the functions of the latest print driver, view the online help of the print driver.
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2.4
Installing the Print Driver
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Uninstallation
Uninstallation of Print Driver
The print driver for Windows can be uninstalled using the print driver uninstall
tool stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
For more information, refer to the manual stored on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this
printer.
Uninstallation of USB Print Utility
To uninstall USB Print Utility installed in the Windows 98/Windows Me computer,
refer to the USB Print Utility's "readme.txt" contained in the Product Information
in the CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
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Basic Operations
3.1
Main Components and Their Functions ........................................... 30
3.2
Switching on/off the Printer .............................................................. 36
3.3
3.2.1
Switching on the Printer.................................................... 36
3.2.2
Switching off the Printer.................................................... 37
3.2.3
Circuit Breaker .................................................................. 38
Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs............................... 39
3.3.1
Canceling Print Jobs from the Computer.......................... 39
3.3.2
Canceling Print Jobs from the Printer ............................... 40
3.3.3
Checking the Status of Print Jobs..................................... 41
3.4
Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly ..................................... 42
3.5
Loading Configuration of Options and Paper Settings for Trays...... 43
3.1
Main Components and
Their Functions
Main Unit
Front View
Standard + 3 tray module (option)
Standard + high capacity feeder (option)
Basic Operations
Standard + 1 tray module (option)
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The illustrations shown in this guide are those of the printer that has a 3 tray
module (1650 Sheet Feeder).
No.
Name
Description
1
Center output tray
Documents are ejected with the printed side facing down.
2
Paper stopper
Raise this stopper when printing.
3
Power switch
This switch is used to turn the printer on and off.
4
Control panel
Buttons and the LCD on which machine component numbers are displayed are
located here.
5
Front cover
Open this cover when replacing consumables.
6
Trays 1, 2, 3, and 4
Load paper in these trays. The number of trays depends on the optional
module installed.
7
Locking casters
These casters are used to move the printer. Lock them after installing the
printer.
8
L1 cover
If a paper jam occurs when the printer has more than two paper trays installed, open
this cover to clear the paper jam.
9
L2 cover
Open this cover to clear a paper jam.
10
Tray 5 (Bypass)
This tray is used when printing paper that cannot be loaded in trays 1 to 4.
11
L3 cover
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam if the printer has a duplex feature.
12
L4 cover
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam or replacing consumables.
13
Face up tray
Documents are ejected with the printed side facing up. This tray is optionally available.
The 1 tray module, 3 tray module, and high capacity tray modules are options.
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3.1 Main Components and Their Functions
Rear View
Internal View
Basic Operations
3
Never touch a labeled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a sheet of paper is wrapped around the heat
roller, do not try to remove it by yourself to avoid injuries or burns. Switch off the machine immediately, and contact our Customer Support Center.
No.
Name
Description
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Parallel interface connector
This connector is used to connect a Centronics-compatible interface cable which is connected to the computer.
15
USB 2.0 interface connector
This connector is used to connect a USB cable.
16
Network interface connector
This connector is used to connect a 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Ethernet interface cable.
17
USB 1.1 interface connector
This connector is used to connect a USB 1.1 cable.
18
Circuit breaker switch
This switch turns off the printer automatically when electric leak
is detected.
19
Cover for printer options
Open this cover when installing an additional memory.
20
Stopper
This stopper is used to lock the handle.
21
Toner cartridges
These cartridges contain four colors of toner (image-forming
agent); black (K), cyan (C), magenta (M), and yellow (Y).
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Handle
Release the stopper and lower this handle when replacing a
drum cartridge.
23
Drum cartridges (A1, A2,
A3, A4)
These cartridges contain four photo conductors; colors of toner
(image-forming agent); A1, A2, A3, and A4 from left to right.
24
Waste toner bottle cover
Open this cover when replacing the waste toner bottle (B).
25
Fuser (E)
This cartridge is used to fix the toner to the paper. Take care not
to touch this cartridge because it becomes very hot.
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3.1 Main Components and Their Functions
Professional Finisher
Basic Operations
3
No.
Name
Description
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Front cover (G)
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam, adding staples, removing a
stable jam, or removing punched hole chips.
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Output tray
Printed sheets of paper are ejected here.
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Exit cover
Open this cover to clear a paper jam.
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Finisher tray
Stapled documents are ejected.
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Staple cartridge
This cartridge contains staples. Remove it when clearing a staple jam.
31
Booklet tray
Booklets are ejected here when "Fold" is specified with the booklet
function.
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Booklet unit
This unit is used to fold sheets of paper into two or staple the sheets
folded into two.
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Center output tray
(Top cover of finisher
connection section)(F)
Paper that cannot be ejected to the output tray or finisher tray is ejected
here.
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
Try to remove the paper ejected to the center output tray as frequently as possible.
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The Professional Finisher (hereafter called the finisher) is an option.
When installing the finisher, one of 1 tray, 3 tray, and high capacity tray modules and an internal
hard disk drive (optional) are required.
3.1 Main Components and Their Functions
Control Panel
This section describes the control panel.
For the messages displayed on the LCD, refer to "3.1 LCD Indications" (P.34).
Basic Operations
No.
Name
Description
1
Indicator
Check the position of the cover or tray indicated by the error message.
2
<Toner Replacement> indicator
This indicator goes on when the toner runs low. Have a new toner on
hand.
3
When the printer runs out of the toner, the <Error> indicator goes on and the
printer cannot print any longer.
3
<Ready> indicator
When this indicator is lit, the printer can received data from the computer.
4
LCD
Setting items, printer status, and messages are displayed here.
5
Up/down/left/right
buttons
These buttons are used to scroll through menus, setting items, and option
values. In this guide, they are indicated as the < >, < >, < >, and
< > buttons.
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The < > and < > buttons can scroll faster when kept down. Also pressing
the < > and < > buttons at the same time displays a default value.
When using the secure/sample/delayed print feature, an internal hard disk
drive is required.
6
<Menu> button
Pressing this button allows you to handle menus.
7
<Eject/Set> button
Pressing this button sets the value of a menu option. This button is also
used to print a report/list.
8
<Error> indicator
This indicator goes on when an error occurs in this printer.
9
<Online> button
Pressing this button switches the printer mode to offline. When the printer
is in the offline mode, the printer cannot receive data or print any data.
Pressing this button again switches the printer mode from offline to online
(the printer can receive data from the computer).
10
<Cancel Job> button
Pressing this button cancels the print job.
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3.1 Main Components and Their Functions
Basic Operations
3
No.
Name
Description
11
<Power Saver> button
This button lights up in green when the printer is saving power. If this button is pressed when the printer is saving power, the printer stops saving
power. If this button is pressed when the printer is not saving power, the
printer starts saving power.
For more information about the power saving feature, refer to "5.8 Using Power
Saver Mode" (P.166).
LCD Indications
Messages indicating the status and settings of this printer are displayed on the
LCD.
The messages displayed on the LCD differ depending on the options installed, settings, and model.
Print Mode Screen
When the printer is printing or waiting for data, the LCD shows the print mode
screen. The print mode screen allows you to check the status of this printer and
the status of current data processing.
When this printer is printing the data received from the LPD port on the paper
supplied from tray 1, the following message is displayed on the LCD:
Printer status
The status of this printer is displayed here.
The [Please wait], [Printing...], [Ready to print], [Canceling...], [Ejecting...], [Waiting for data], or [Saving...] messages is displayed.
For details on messages, refer to "6.5 List of Messages" (P.223).
Input port
The name of the port from which data is being received is displayed here.
Tray
The name of the tray containing the paper used for printing is displayed here.
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3.1 Main Components and Their Functions
Menu Mode Screen
This screen is used to set menu options. To display the menu mode screen,
press the <Menu> button.
The network/port setting screen is displayed as follows:
Basic Operations
For more information about the menu screen, refer to "7 Setting Common Menu" (P.253).
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3.2
Switching on/off the
Printer
To use this printer, turn it on. The printer will be ready for printing about 45 seconds later.
When you finished all print jobs for the day or will not use the printer for a long period of time, be sure to
turn off the printer.
When the printer is turned off, the print data remaining in the printer and the information spooled in memory will be
erased.
Basic Operations
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3.2.1
Switching on the Printer
Turn on the printer as the following procedure below.
Procedure
1
2
3
Make sure that the leak breaker switch
is at the reset position (the button is
held pushed in).
Press the Power switch on right side of
the control panel to the <|> position.
When the printer is powered on,
[Please wait] is displayed on the LCD
on the control panel. Make sure that
this message changes to [Ready to
print].
When [Please wait] is displayed, the printer is warming up and therefore you cannot print. About 45
seconds later, [Ready to print] is displayed to indicate the printer is ready to print.
If an error message is displayed, take an appropriate action with reference to "6.5 List of Messages"
(P.223).
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3.2 Switching on/off the Printer
3.2.2
Switching off the Printer
Turn off the printer as the following procedure below.
When the printer is turned off, the print data remaining in the printer and the information spooled in
memory will be erased.
1
2
View the LCD on the control panel to
make sure that no print job is being processed.
Press the Power switch on right side of
the control panel to the < > position.
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Basic Operations
Procedure
3
If an error message is displayed, take an appropriate
action with reference to "6.5 List of Messages"
(P.223).
It will take a while until the internal power-off process is completed after the printer is turned off. Do
not unplug the power cord from the outlet immediately after switching off the printer.
When switching on the printer again after switching it
off, make sure that the LCD on the control panel has
turned off.
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3.2 Switching on/off the Printer
3.2.3
Basic Operations
3
Circuit Breaker
The machine has a circuit breaker. In the event of a current leakage, the breaker
will automatically cut off the power circuit to prevent any leakages or fire from
occurring. The breaker is normally On ("|"). Once a month, check the breaker for
correct operation. Also, make sure that it is earthed. If not, the breaker cannot
detect the current leakage which can cause electric shock. Check the breaker by
using the following procedure. If you notice any unusual condition, contact our
Customer Support Center.
Procedure
1
2
3
Press the Power switch on right side of
the control panel to the < > position.
Push the circuit breaker <RESET> button all the way in. The <RESET> button
is held pushed in if you take your finger
off this button.
Lightly push the <TEST> button with a
ball-point pen, etc. The <RESET> button is popped up.
This completes the check of the breaker.
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Again, push the <RESET> button all
the way in.
Power switch
RESET
TEST
3.3
Canceling or Checking the
Status of Print Jobs
To cancel print jobs, first cancel the print instruction from the computer. If the print instruction cannot be
cancelled from the computer, cancel it from the printer.
You can check the status of the print jobs sent to the printer from the computer.
3.3.1
Canceling Print Jobs from the Computer
Canceling the Print Instruction on Windows
The procedure for canceling the print instruction on Windows is described below.
Procedure
1
Click [Start], and then click [Printers and Faxes].
Basic Operations
This section describes the procedure for canceling the print instruction from the
computer.
3
Depending on the operating environment, click [Start], and then select [Settings] > [Printers].
2
3
Double-click the printer icon.
To cancel printing of a document, click its name in the displayed window and then delete it (by pressing the <Delete> key).
About Cancellation of Printing Using CentreWare Internet Services
You can also cancel the print jobs sent to the printer using CentreWare Internet
Services.
For information about CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring
the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
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3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs
3.3.2
Canceling Print Jobs from the Printer
Canceling the Job in Process
Basic Operations
To cancel the print job being processed on the printer, press the <Cancel Job>
button on the control panel. Note that printing of the current page will be completed.
Canceling All Print Jobs Received by the Printer
The procedure for canceling all print jobs received by the printer is described
below. By performing this procedure, you can interrupt reception of print data
and empty the buffer.
3
"Buffer" is the location where the data sent from the computer is stored.
You can also execute all print jobs in the printer. For more details, refer to "3.4 Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly" (P.42).
Procedure
1
Press the <Online> button when the
LCD displays the message shown on
the right.
The printer enters the offline mode.
Press the <Online> button
Pressing the <Online> button automatically places this
printer in the offline mode where print data cannot be
received.
2
Press the <Cancel Job> button when
the LCD displays the message shown
on the right.
All print jobs are aborted.
When the processing is complete, [Off-line] is displayed.
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Press the <Cancel Job> button
3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs
3
Press the <Online> button.
[Ready to print] is displayed.
Press the <Online> button
Now you are finished with the procedure.
Checking the Status of Print Jobs
Checking the Status on Windows
The procedure for checking the status of print jobs on Windows is described
below.
Procedure
1
Basic Operations
3.3.3
3
Click [Start], and then click [Printers and Faxes].
Depending on the operating environment, click [Start], and then select [Settings] > [Printers].
2
Double-click the printer icon. When the following window appears,
check the job status shown under [Status].
About Check of Print Job Status Using CentreWare Internet Services
You can also check the status of the print jobs sent to the printer using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information about CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring
the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
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3.4
Ejecting the Remaining
Print Data Forcibly
This section describes how to execute all the print jobs received by this printer.
Ejecting the print data from the control panel allows you to interrupt reception of print data and empty the
receive buffer.
You can also delete all the print jobs received by this printer. For how to delete them, refer to " 3.3 Canceling or
Checking the Status of Print Jobs" (P.39).
Basic Operations
Procedure
1
Press the <Online> button when the
LCD displays the message shown on
the right.
The printer enters the offline mode.
Press the <Online> button
3
Pressing the <Online> button automatically places this
printer in the offline mode where print data cannot be
received.
2
Press the <Eject/Set> button.
Printing starts.
Press the <Eject/Set> button
When all print jobs have been executed, [Off-line] is displayed.
When a parallel or USB interface is used, print data may
be received during execution of a job depending on
when you press the <Online> button in step 1. In this
case, the succeeding print data is regarded as a new
print job when you press the <Eject/Set> button, and is
processed as a new print job after exiting the offline
mode in step 3.
3
Press the <Online> button.
[Ready to print] is displayed.
When a parallel or USB interface is used, the print data
processed as a new job after existing the offline mode
may be printed incorrectly.
For print mode settings, refer to "7.2 Description of
Common Menu" (P.256).
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Press the <Online> button
3.5
Loading Configuration of Options
and Paper Settings for Trays
If you are using this printer as a network printer, you can load the printer configuration and the paper type
and size specified for the tray on the control panel into the print driver.
If you are using this printer as a local printer, this feature is not available. Manually set the relevant setting items of
the print driver. The settings made manually must match the information in the printer.
Procedure
Click [Start], and then click [Printers and Faxes].
Depending on the operating environment, click [Start], and then select [Settings] > [Printers].
2
3
Right-click the icon of the printer in use. When a menu is displayed,
click [Properties].
Click the [Options] tab and then [Get Information from Printer].
Basic Operations
1
3
The printer information is loaded into the print driver.
The screen shown below is that of the printer with all options installed.
3
4
4
Click [OK].
The contents of the [Options] tab are updated according to the information obtained from the printer.
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The automatically detected size and orientation are displayed in the [Paper Tray Information] box.
The paper type set on the control panel is displayed in the [Paper Tray Information] box. If no
paper type is set on the control panel, plain paper is assumed to be set as the paper type.
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3.5 Loading Configuration of Options and Paper Settings for Trays
Basic Operations
3
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4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
Printing
Flow of Printing (Windows) .............................................................. 46
Setting of Printing Features ............................................................. 47
4.2.1
Setting Printing Features .................................................. 47
4.2.2
Using the Online Help....................................................... 48
Printing on Special Paper................................................................. 49
4.3.1
Printing on Special Paper Using Tray 5 (Bypass) ............. 50
4.3.2
Printing on Special Paper Using Trays 1 to 4 ................... 51
Printing on a Registered Form (Overlay Printing) ............................ 52
4.4.1
Creating/Registering a Form Data File ............................. 52
4.4.2
Printing Using a Form ....................................................... 54
Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper ............................. 55
4.5.1
Loading Non-standard Size Paper.................................... 55
4.5.2
Setting Non-standard Paper Sizes ................................... 57
4.5.3
Printing on Non-standard Size Paper ............................... 61
Setting the TrueType Font Printing .................................................. 62
4.6.1
Editing the TrueType Font Substitution Table ................... 62
4.6.2
Setting the TrueType Font Printing ................................... 63
Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout
(Secure/Sample Print)...................................................................... 65
4.7.1
Making Secure Print and Sample Print............................. 66
Printing at the Specified Time (Delayed Printing)............................. 70
4.8.1
Printing at the Specified Time ........................................... 70
Setting Print Modes.......................................................................... 73
Printing after Adjusting the Image Quality........................................ 77
4.10.1 Adjusting the Brightness/Contrast/Chroma....................... 77
4.10.2 Adjusting the Color Balance ............................................. 79
4.10.3 Compensating for the Differences in Characteristics
between Devices (Monitor, Scanner, Etc.)........................ 80
Printing after Registering Frequently Used Settings (Favorites) ...... 83
4.11.1
Registering Settings in [Favorites] .................................... 83
4.11.2
Printing Using the Registered Settings ............................. 84
Printing PDF Files Directly (ContentsBridge) ................................... 85
4.12.1 Printing PDF Files Using the ContentsBridge Utility ......... 86
4.12.2 Contents Bridge UtiliPrinting PDF Files without Using the
ContentsBridge Utility ....................................................... 89
Sending a Document to the Printer by E-Mail (E-mail Printing) ....... 90
4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing................. 90
4.13.2 Sending E-mails................................................................ 92
4.13.3 Precautions for Sending Documents by E-mail ................ 93
4.1
Flow of Printing (Windows)
This section describes the basic flow of printing in a Windows environment.
(The flow may differ depending on the computer or system configuration used.)
Start up the application used on the computer
For the startup procedure, refer to the manual that comes with the application.
If necessary
Check settings of menu options
Before sending print data from the computer, perform the followings:
1) Check the status of the port in use according to the Network/Port menu in the Common Menu.
2) Check the print mode of the port in use according to the Print Mode menu under the Network/Port
menu in the Common Menu.
Printing
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For the procedure, refer to "7.2 Description of Common Menu" (P.256).
Specify printing from
an application
For the procedure, refer to the manual that comes with the application.
If necessary
Cancel print jobs
For the procedure, refer to "3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs"(P.39).
If necessary
Eject remaining print data forcibly
For the procedure, refer to "3.4 Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly"(P.42).
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4.2
4.2.1
Setting of Printing Features
Setting Printing Features
You can set most printing features on the tabs in the properties dialog box of the
print driver which is displayed when printing from the application, or the tabs in
the properties dialog box of the printer icon which is installed in your printer. For
information about the setting items of the print driver and how to set them, refer
to the Online Help for PCL6 print driver.
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For how to use Online Help, refer to "4.2.2 Using the Online Help" (P.48).
Some features are not available when the installed options are not configured on the [Options] tab.
Unavailable features are grayed out and cannot be set.
Properties dialog box
■When you display the printer Properties
dialog box from the application program.
Printing
■When you click [Printers and Faxes] in [Start]
menu, and display the Properties dialog box
corresponding to the printer
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Tabs
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4.2 Setting of Printing Features
4.2.2
Using the Online Help
Using the Online Help, you can view the description of the items displayed in the
properties dialog box of the print driver and how to set printing properties.
The procedure for displaying the Online Help is discussed below.
Procedure
1
2
Click [Start], select [Printers and Faxes], and then display the properties dialog box of the printer.
Printing
Select the tab associated with the function to be used. Next, click [?]
and then the item about which you want to know information or click
[Help] in the lower right corner.
2
4
2
3
A help topic appears.
■When you click an option after clicking [?]
in Step 2.
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■When you click [Help]
4.3
Printing on Special Paper
This printer can print on the following special paper:
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Labels
Coated paper 1 (99 to 169 g/cm2)
Coated paper 1, Side 2 (99 to 169 g/cm2, Side 2)
Coated paper 2 (170 to 220 g/cm2)
Coated paper 2, Side 2 (170 to 220 g/cm2, Side 2)
Custom paper 1 through custom paper 5
Labels, Heavyweight paper 2, Heavyweight paper 2 (Side 2), Coated paper 2, and Coated paper 2 (Side 2) can be
used via tray 5 (Bypass).
"Heavyweight F (99 to 128 g/cm2)" or "Coated paper F (99 to 128 g/cm2)" may be displayed on the control
panel; however, these are not supported by this printer.
Paper of 169 g/cm2 or less can be loaded in trays 1 to 4.
It is recommended that coated paper be loaded in tray 5 (Bypass).
Paper of 22 to 220 g/cm2 can be ejected to the output tray of the finisher (optional); paper of 64 to 220 g/cm2 the
finisher tray; paper of 64 to 90 g/cm2 to the booklet tray.
Transparencies, lightweight paper, labels, coated paper 1, and coated paper 2 cannot be ejected to the finisher
tray and booklet tray of the finisher (optional).
Printing
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Bond paper
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Recycled paper
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Lightweight paper (55 to 63 g/cm2)
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Heavyweight paper 1 (99 to 169 g/cm2)
Heavyweight paper 1, Side 2 (99 to 169 g/cm2) ●
Heavyweight paper 2 (170 to 220 g/cm2) ●
Heavyweight paper 2, Side 2 (170 to 220 g/cm2)
4
To specify a tray, use the [Paper/Output] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedures are the same for
other operating systems.
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4.3 Printing on Special Paper
4.3.1
Printing on Special Paper Using Tray 5
(Bypass)
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
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For how to use tray 5 (Bypass), refer to "5.4 Loading Paper" (P.114).
To print on special paper using trays 1 to 4, refer to "4.3.2 Printing on Special Paper Using Trays
1 to 4" (P.51).
Procedure
Printing
4
1
2
3
4
5
Load special paper in the bypass tray.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
Click [Paper Select], and then select [Tray 5 (Bypass)] from [Paper
Source].
5
6
6
7
Click [Bypass Tray Settings].
Select the paper type from [Paper Type for Bypass Tray].
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Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
4.3.2
Printing on Special Paper Using Trays 1 to 4
When printing with paper loaded in trays 1 to 4, you need to specify the paper
type on the control panel.
Specify the paper type with reference to " (2) Set the paper type." (P.123).
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
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For how to use trays 1-4, refer to "5.4 Loading Paper" (P.114).
To print on special paper using trays 5 (Bypass), refer to "4.3.2 Printing on Special Paper Using
Trays 1 to 4" (P.51).
The following procedure is for printing on A4-size transparencies supplied from
tray 1.
Procedure
1
2
3
4
Printing
●
4
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
Click [Paper Select], and then select [Tray 1] from [Paper Source].
4
5
5
Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
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4.4
Printing on a Registered
Form (Overlay Printing)
You can print a document over the form created in advance. This feature is called "overlay
printing". With this feature, you can print all pages with the created form overlaid.
To use this feature, you need to create/register form data file.
Form (registered in advance.)
Data sent from application
(sent later)
Printing
4
To specify overlay printing, use the [Watermarks/Forms] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the same for
other operating systems.
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The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to
the guide for the application used.
You can register a maximum of 64 form data files. When an internal hard disk drive is installed, you can register
a maximum of 2048 form data files.
The color mode used for form printing is determined by the color mode specified at specification of overlay printing. When [Black] is specified for overlay printing, form printing is made in black and white. When [Auto] is
specified for overlay printing, form printing is made in the color determined by the color mode specified at form
data file registration and the color mode specified at specification of overlay printing.
4.4.1
Creating/Registering a Form Data File
Procedure
1
2
3
4
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Using the application, create a form document.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Watermarks/Forms] tab.
4.4 Printing on a Registered Form (Overlay Printing)
5
Check the [Create / Register Forms] checkbox.
5
6
Enter the form name (max. 8 characters) in [File Name].
To register the previously created form again, click the form name in [Watermarks], click [Edit] to
make appropriate changes, and then click [OK}.
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Printing
6
4
Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
The printer will print nothing but the document created with the application will be registered as a
form file.
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4.4 Printing on a Registered Form (Overlay Printing)
4.4.2
Printing Using a Form
Procedure
Printing
1
2
3
4
5
Using the application, create a document to be laid over the form.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Watermarks/Forms] tab.
Check the [Image Overlay] checkbox.
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5
6
6
7
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Enter the form name (max. 8 characters) which is the same as that registered in this printer in [File Name].
Click [OK] to print the document laid over the selected form.
4.5
Printing on Non-Standard
Size/Long-size Paper
This section describes how to print on non-standard size paper such as long-size paper.
This printer supports the following paper sizes:
For trays 1-4
Short edge
(vertical):
148 to 297 mm
Paper
feed
direction
Long edge (horizontal):
210 to 431.8 mm
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For tray 5 (Bypass)
Short edge
(vertical):
100 to 305.0 mm
Paper
feed
direction
Long edge (horizontal): 100 to 431.8 mm
Long paper size (431.9 to 1200 mm)
Non-standard size paper cannot be loaded in the optional tray 3 (large capacity) and optional tray 4 (large
capacity).
Long-size paper cannot be output to the finisher (optional) and face up tray (optional).
Loading Non-standard Size Paper
This section describes how to load non-standard size paper.
Printing
4.5.1
4
For tray 5 (Bypass)
The following procedure is an example for loading long-size paper in tray 5
(Bypass).
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To load non-standard size paper other than long-size paper, refer to "5.4.4 Loading Paper into
Tray 5 (Bypass)" (P.126).
Attaching the Banner Tray (optional) to tray 5 (Bypass) allows you to load up to ten sheets of paper
with a long edge of up to 1200 mm. For more details, refer to the manual supplied with the Banner
Tray.
When printing on long-size paper, [High Resolution] cannot be selected in [Print Mode].
When printing on long-size paper, only [Heavyweight 1] can be selected in [Paper Type for Bypass
Tray].
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Procedure
1
Load long-size paper in tray 5 (Bypass)
with the print side facing down and the
trailing edge curled as shown on the
right.
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Printing
4
2
Curl the trailing edge of the long-size paper as far as
possible from the paper inlet. Otherwise, the curled
end can be caught in the paper inlet, resulting in
creased or wrinkled paper.
Load only one sheet of paper at a time.
Adjust the paper size guide to the width
of the long-size paper.
To prevent output paper from falling onto the floor,
remove each output sheet before the next sheet is output.
For trays 1-4
The method for loading non-standard size paper in trays 1-4 is the same as that
for loading standard-size paper. Refer to "5.4.2 Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4
" (P.120).
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4.5.2
Setting Non-standard Paper Sizes
Register non-standard sizes in the print driver.
When loading non-standard size paper in trays 1-4 for printing, you also need to
make settings on the control panel.
Non-standard size paper cannot be loaded in the optional tray 3 (large capacity) and optional tray 4
(large capacity).
Making settings on the control panel
The following is an example in which paper with a 200-mm short edge and a
300-mm long edge is loaded in tray 1.
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Printing
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When loading non-standard size paper in tray 5 (Bypass), you need not make settings on the control
panel.
When changing the type of the paper in trays 1-4, refer to "5.4.2 Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4"
(P.120).
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Printing
4
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4.5 Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper
Configuring the Print Driver Settings
To register non-standard paper sizes, use the [Custom Paper Size] dialog box.
Registering non-standard paper sizes as custom paper sizes allows you to select
them from [Paper Size] on the [Paper/Output] tab.
You can register up to 20 paper sizes and assign names to them. When mm is
used as the unit of measure, you can specify the short edge of paper within the
range of 100 to 305 mm in steps of 0.1 mm and the long edge of paper within the
range of 100 to 1200 mm in steps of 0.1 mm. When inch is used as the unit of
measure, you can specify the short edge of paper within the range of 3.94 to
12.01 inches in steps of 0.01 inch and the long edge of paper within the range of
3.94 to 47.24 inches in steps of 0.01 inch.
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Printing
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For Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, only users with Administrator's rights can change the print driver settings. Without Administrator's rights, you can only
view the settings.
As a local printer uses the form database of the computer, configuring the settings in the [Custom
Paper Size] dialog box on Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 will
affect other printers used by the computer. For network printer, using the form database of the
server with a print queue will also affect the shared printer on the same network of other computers. For Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me, defining customized paper sizes for each
printer icon will not affect settings of other printers used by the computer. For network printers,
defining customized paper sizes for each printer icon will also not affect the shared printer on the
same network of other computers.
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Procedure
1
Click [Start], select [Printers and Faxes], and then display the properties dialog box of the printer.
Depending on the operating environment, click [Start], and then select [Settings] > [Printers].
2
Click the [Configuration] tab.
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3
Click [Custom Paper Size].
3
Printing
4
The [Custom Paper Size] dialog box appears.
4
Select a desired custom definition from the [Details] list box.
4
5
6
5
In [Settings for], specify the lengths of short and long edges.
You can either enter the values using the keys on the keyboard, or [ ] and [ ] on the dialog box.
The short edge cannot be longer than the long edge even if it is within the allowable range. Conversely, the long edge cannot be shorter than the short edge even if it is within the allowable range.
6
To assign a name to a paper size, check the [Name Paper Size] checkbox and then enter the name in the [Paper Name] text box.
You can enter up to 14 characters for the name.
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8
9
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If necessary, repeat steps 4-6 to define the paper size.
Click [OK].
Click [OK] on the [Configuration] tab.
4.5 Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper
4.5.3
Printing on Non-standard Size Paper
This section describes how to print on non-standard size paper.
The procedure is the same for other operating systems.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
Procedure
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
Click [Paper Select], and then select the tray to be used from [Paper
Source].
Printing
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
To use tray 5 (Bypass), click [Bypass Tray Settings], select the paper
type from [Paper Type for Bypass Tray], and then click [OK].
5
For the long-size paper, select [Heavyweight 1].
6
7
Select the registered non-standard paper size from [Paper Size].
Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
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4.6
Setting the TrueType Font
Printing
This section describes how to edit the TrueType font substitution table to specify TrueType
font substitution for each font and how to substitute a TrueType font for another TrueType
font.
4.6.1
Editing the TrueType Font Substitution
Table
The TrueType font substitution table allows you to specify TrueType font substitution for each font. To edit the font substitution table, use the [Font Substitution
Table Editing] dialog box.
Procedure
Printing
4
1
2
3
Click [Start], select [Printers and Faxes], and then display the properties dialog box of the printer.
Click the [Configuration] tab.
Click [TrueType Font Table].
3
The [TrueType Font Table] dialog box appears.
In the [TrueType Fonts] column, all TrueType fonts installed in the system are displayed (font family
names are displayed for Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me and font face names are displayed for
Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003).
In the [Printer Fonts] column, fonts used for printing are displayed. For the "soft font", a TrueType
font is downloaded to the printer during printing.
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4
Select the font to be changed from the [TrueType Fonts] column.
4
5
5
4.6.2
If necessary, repeat steps 3 and 4 to specify the font to be substituted.
Click [OK].
Click [OK] on the [Configuration] tab.
Setting the TrueType Font Printing
Printing
6
7
8
From the [Select Printer Font], select the printer font to be used. If [Soft
fonts] is selected, a TrueType font will be downloaded to the printer during printing.
4
You can print with the TrueType font substitution method specified.
You can select from the following options:
Option
Description
Always Use TrueType Fonts
All TrueType fonts are downloaded to the printer for printing. Printer
fonts are not substituted for the TrueType fonts used in the document.
This decelerates the printing speed but the printing result coincides
with the data shown on the screen.
Substitute TrueType Fonts with
Printer Fonts
Printer fonts are substituted for TrueType fonts according to the settings in the font substitution table. The font substitution table contains
two types of settings, one is for substitution of printer fonts and the
other is for downloading to the printer. You can make settings for each
font family (Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me) or font face (Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003).
For how to edit the font substitution table, refer to "4.6.1 Editing the TrueType Font Substitution
Table" (P.62).
To specify replacement of TrueType fonts, use the [Font] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
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4.6 Setting the TrueType Font Printing
Procedure
1
2
3
4
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Detailed Settings] tab.
Click [Specify Font].
Printing
4
4
5
Select the appropriate radio button.
5
6
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Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
4.7
Printing Confidential Documents/
Printing after Checking the Printout
(Secure/Sample Print)
The secure print (printing confidential documents) and sample print (checking a sample print
and then printing the remaining copies) features are available when an internal hard disk
drive is installed in this printer.
The internal hard disk drive has a risk of failure. It is recommended to make a backup of important documents stored
on the hard disk drive.
About the Secure Print feature
You can add security (passwords) to your print data on the computer, send it to
the printer for temporary storage, and then print out the data using the control
panel on the printer. This feature is called as a secure print feature. You can also
store print data in the printer without security. Saving a frequently-used document in the printer allows you to print it directly from the printer without sending a
print instruction from the computer.
Operate control
panel to print data
Send
data
Store data
Report
Printing
Report
4
The secure print feature cannot be used when [Secure Print] is set to [Disable] on the control panel.
"Secure Print" (P.289)
About the Sample Print Feature
When printing several copies of a document, this feature allows you to make a
sample print, which you can check the print result, before instructing the printer
to make the remaining prints from the control panel.
If printing result
is ok
Operate control panel to
make remaining prints
Make only one print
Report
Report
Report
Report
Report
Send
data
Store data
Operate control panel to
cancel printing
If printing result
is not satisfactory
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4.7 Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout (Secure/Sample Print)
4.7.1
Making Secure Print and Sample Print
This section describes how to make secure print or sample print.
First, configure the secure/sample print job on the computer. Next, execute a
print command on the printer to print out print data.
Operation on the computer
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
Printing
4
Procedure
1
2
3
4
5
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
To make sample print, specify 2 or a larger value in [Copies].
Select [Secure Print] or [Sample Print] from [Job Type].
[Sample Print] does not appear when the value specified in [Copies] is less than 2.
5
The [Secure Print] or [Sample Print] dialog box appears.
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4.7 Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout (Secure/Sample Print)
6
Enter the user ID in the [User ID] text box.
You can enter up to eight characters in this text box.
6
7
8
7
To assign a password, enter it in the [Password] text box.
[Password] is greyed out when [Sample Print] is selected.
8
Select [Enter Document Name] or [Auto Retrieve] from [Retrieve Document Name].
If you have selected [Enter Document Name], enter the document name (up to 12 bytes) in the [Document Name] text box.
Printing
You can enter numeric up to 12 digits in this text box.
4
If you have selected [Auto Retrieve], a name such as the document name will be the name of the document to be stored. If this name is longer than 12 bytes, it will be replaced by a name such as the date.
9
10
11
Click [OK].
Click [OK] on the [Paper/Output] tab.
Click [OK] on the [General] tab to start printing.
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4.7 Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout (Secure/Sample Print)
Operation on the control panel
The following procedure is for outputting the print data stored in this printer using
the secure/sample print feature.
Printing
4
To next page
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To next page
4.7 Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the Printout (Secure/Sample Print)
From previous page
(Secure print)
From previous page
(Sample print)
Printing
4
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●
As the user ID, the user name (up to 8 characters) specified in [Secure Print/Sample Print User
Name] on the [Configuration] tab of the PCL6 print driver is displayed.
As the password, use the password entered in the [Password] text box in the [Secure Print] dialog
displayed from the of the [General] tab of the PCL6 print driver. If no password has been specified,
settings cannot be made on the control panel.
As the document name, the name (up to 12 bytes) specified in [Retrieve Document] in the [Secure
Print] or [Sample Print] dialog box of the PCL6 print driver is displayed.
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4.8
Printing at the Specified
Time (Delayed Printing)
When an internal hard disk drive (optional) is installed in this printer, you can use the
delayed print feature. With this feature, you can register a document in advance and print it
automatically at the specified time.
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●
The internal hard disk drive has a risk of failure. It is recommended to make a backup of important documents
stored on the hard disk drive.
If the printer is turned off before the specified time is reached, the time is cancelled and printing will start immediately after the printer is turned on again. Do not turn off the printer when you use the delayed print feature.
With the delayed print feature, you can specify the time of printing that will start within 24 hours.
4.8.1
Printing at the Specified Time
Printing
This section describes the procedure for starting printing at the specified time.
Operation on the Computer
4
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
Procedure
1
2
3
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
4.8 Printing at the Specified Time (Delayed Printing)
4
Select [Delayed Print] from [Job Type].
4
5
Enter the time to start printing in [Hour] and [Minutes].
Enter the time in 24-hour form.
Printing
The [Delayed Print] dialog box appears.
4
5
6
6
Select [Enter Document Name] or [Auto Retrieve] from [Retrieve Document Name].
If you have selected [Enter Document Name], enter the document name (up to 12 bytes) in the [Document Name] text box.
If you have selected [Auto Retrieve], a name such as the document name will be the name of the document to be stored. If this name is longer than 12 bytes, it will be replaced by a name such as the date.
7
8
Click [OK].
Click [OK] on the [General] tab to start printing.
The document is printed at the scheduled time.
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4.8 Printing at the Specified Time (Delayed Printing)
Operation on the Control Panel
To cancel delayed printing or perform printing in defiance of the specified time,
operate the control panel as follows:
Printing
4
As the document name, the name (up to 12 bytes) entered in [Document Name] in the [Delayed Print]
dialog box displayed from the [General] tab appears.
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4.9
Setting Print Modes
You can make detailed settings for color printing.
To make detailed settings, use the [Image Options] tab. The followings are the print modes
that can be set on the [Image Options] tab.
About [Output Color]
Select [Color (Auto)] or [Black] from this box.
Option
Description
Color (Auto)
Automatically detects whether each document is color or
black-and-white. When any color is used, the page is printed
in color. When only black is used, the page is printed in black
and white.
Black
Prints in black and white.
About [Print Mode]
Select [Standard], [High Quality], or [High Resolution] from the [Print Mode] box.
Option
Prints with standard image quality as fast as possible.
High Quality
Prints with high image quality at a lower speed.
High Resolution
Prints fine line drawings at higher resolution.
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4
Description
Standard
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Printing
Checking [Output Recognition] relaxes the criterion for distinguishing color and
black-and-white, even if [Color (Auto)] is selected. Colors containing chromatic
color are judged as being achromatic colors to a certain extent, printing out the
age in black and white.
When [High Quality] or [High Resolution] is selected, the printing time becomes longer as compared with [Standard].
The time required for printing may be reduced by setting [Page Print Mode] to [On] in the [Setting
Items] on the [Detailed Settings] tab.
About [Image Adjustment Mode]
Select [Recommended], [ICM Adjustment (System)], [CMS Adjustment (Application)], or [Complementary Color Conversion] from [Image Adjustment Mode].
When you have selected [Recommended], select an image quality type from
[Image Type].
[Recommended]
The image quality is adjusted using our own technique.
Image quality types are listed in the table below.
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4.9 Setting Print Modes
Option
Printing
4
Description
Standard
Suitable for printing documents containing texts, graphs, and
photos.
Photo
Can reproduce photos and gradations more beautifully. This
image quality is suitable for printing images represented by
sRGB.
Presentation
Can print documents with colors adjusted to vivid colors.
This image quality is suitable for the documents for presentation use.
Web Pages
Effective for the documents to be displayed as Web pages.
CAD
Suitable for printing documents containing fine line drawings
and small characters.
POP
Effective for printing documents, such as POP, that use vivid
colors.
[ICM Adjustment (System)]
Color conversion is performed using the ICM feature of Windows 98/Windows
Me/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. [ICM Adjustment (System)] appears
only when you are running Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows XP/Windows
Server 2003.
If you have selected [ICM Adjustment (System)], select a color conversion
method from [Intent].
To use the ICC profile for this printer, copy the ICC profile to "x (drive name):\[Windows system
directory] \color\".
Selective options are as follows:
Option
Description
Vividness (Saturation)
Performs color conversion so that graphics in presentation
documents are displayed at high color reproducibility.
Contrast (Perceptual)
Performs color conversion so that images such as photos
are printed at high color reproducibility.
Colorimetric
Reproduces only the colors in the color reproduction range
of the printer to the original colors and converts colors outside the color reproduction range to different colors.
[CMS Adjustment (Application)]
The print driver does not convert colors. When printing from the application with
a unique CMS (Color Management System), color data obtained by converting
colors according to the printer's properties is sent to the print driver. In this case,
select this option to prevent colors from being converted twice by the print driver.
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4.9 Setting Print Modes
When printing you can specify the resolution to be reported to the application. Select [Auto], [600
dpi], [300 dpi], or [200 dpi] from [Resolution] under [Other Settings (Graphics Setting)] on the
[Detailed Settings] tab according to the type of prints you want to make. Although this printer supports resolution of 600 dpi only, selecting [300 dpi] or [200 dpi] reports resolution of 300 dpi or 200
dpi to the application that cannot print normally at 600 dpi. Note that printing at 300 dpi or 200 dpi
may cause slight difference between characters and colors on the original document and the printed
ones. Also note that dots may become coarse when fonts are downloaded to the printer.
About [Image Auto Correction]
Specify a print mode according to the characteristics of the document you want
to print. Image data such as a photo on a page will be automatically adjusted
according to the characteristics of the image of the specified type.
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4
Procedure
1
2
3
4
Printing
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This setting cannot be used when [Black] is selected from [Output Color] on the [Image Options]
or [General] tab or when [ICM Adjustment (System)] or [CMS Adjustment (Application)] is
selected from [Output Color].
[ICM Adjustment (System)] appears only when you are running Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows XP/Windows 2003.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Image Options] tab.
Select [Color (Auto)] or [Black] from [Output Color].
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5
6
8
7
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4.9 Setting Print Modes
5
6
7
Select [Standard], [High Quality], or [High Resolution] from [Print
Mode].
Select a mode from [Image Adjustment Mode].
If you have selected [Recommended] from [Image Adjustment Mode],
select the image type from [Image Types]. If you have selected [ICM
Adjustment (System)], select a color conversion method from [Intent].
[ICM Adjustment (System)] appears only when you are running Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows
XP/Windows 2003.
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Printing
4
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9
Select a print mode from [Image Auto Correction] according to the characteristics of the document you want to print.
Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
4.10
Printing after Adjusting
the Image Quality
You can print after making detailed settings for the image quality.
To make these settings, display the Graphic Properties screen. This screen has three tabs
which allow you to make the following settings:
Tab name
Description
Image Settings
Allows you to adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma for the entire
document or individual document components such as texts, drawings/tables/graphs, and photos.
Color Balance
Allows you to finely adjust the densities of black, cyan, magenta, and
yellow toners. The density of each color toner can be adjusted finely
at three levels (low, middle, and high).
Profile Settings
Allows you to set the color temperature/gamma value or specify the
ICC profile according to the characteristics of devices (monitor,
scanner, etc.) in order to reproduce the document image.
You can adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma for the entire document or individual document components such as texts, drawings/tables/graphs, and photos.
You can set the brightness/contrast/chroma in steps of 1 within the range of -100 to +100.
When you set the brightness/contrast/chroma for individual document components, the document components on each page are automatically identified and
the set values are applied to the corresponding document components.
Item
Printing
4.10.1 Adjusting the Brightness/Contrast/Chroma
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Description
Brightness
Indicates the quality of being bright and dark. The higher the luminance, the whiter the image looks.
Contrast
Indicates the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest
parts of an image. The higher the contrast, the greater the difference
between the lightest and darkest parts of an image.
Chroma
Indicates the degree of difference from the gray having the same
brightness. The higher the saturation, the more vivid the image looks.
To adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma, use the [Image Options] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
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When [ICM Adjustment (System)] or [CMS Adjustment (Application)] is selected from [Output
Color] on the [Image Options] tab, you cannot adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma . [ICM
Adjustment (System)] appears only when you are running Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows XP/
Windows 2003.
When [Black] is selected from [Output Color] on the [Image Options] tab, chroma cannot be
adjusted.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
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Procedure
1
2
3
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Image Options] tab, and then click [Image Settings].
The [Graphics Properties] dialog box having the [Image Settings] tab will open.
Printing
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4
5
6
Click the [Apply to All Elements] or [Apply to Selected Element] radio
button.
When you have selected [Apply to Selected Element], select a document element from the list box shown below.
Adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma.
Using the keys on the keyboard or slide bars, adjust the brightness/contrast/chroma in steps of 1
within the range of -100 to +100.
You can view the resultant image at the upper left of the [Image Quality Adjustment] tab.
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Click [OK].
4.10 Printing after Adjusting the Image Quality
4.10.2 Adjusting the Color Balance
You can print after adjusting the densities of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black
toners.
You can adjust the density of each color toner at three levels (low, middle, and
high) where you can adjust the density in seven steps (-3 to + 3).
For information about adjustment of gradation, refer to "5.9 Adjusting Gradation" (P.170).
To adjust the color balance, use the [Color Balance] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
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Procedure
1
2
3
4
Printing
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The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used.
When [Black] is selected in [Output Color] on the [Image Options] tab, you can adjust the density
of black toner only.
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Image Options] tab, and then click [Color Balance].
The [Graphics Properties] dialog box having the [Color Balance] tab will open.
Check the [Adjust Color Balance] check box.
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5
5
Select the color subject to color balance adjustment from [Target
Color].
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6
Adjust the density.
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Click [OK].
Using [ ] and [ ] under the Low, Mid, and High graphs, you can adjust the density at three levels
(low, middle, and high) where you can finely adjust the density in seven steps (-3 to + 3).
4.10.3 Compensating for the Differences in Characteristics between Devices (Monitor, Scanner, Etc.)
Printing
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You can compensate for differences in characteristics between devices (monitor,
scanner, etc.) in order to reproduce the document image.
This printer supports two compensation modes; Color Temperature/Gamma
Specification and ICC Profile Specification.
In the Color Temperature/Gamma Specification mode, you can specify the color
temperature and gamma value.
Item
Description
Color temperature
Changes the hue of all document components according to the
settings of the monitor used. Select the color temperature most
suitable for the monitor characteristics.
You can select [5000K (D50)], [6500K (D65)], or [9300K].
Gamma correction
Changes the brightness of all document components.
You can select [1.0], [1.4], [1.8], [2.2], or [2.6].
In the IC Profile Specification mode, you can specify ICC profiles for the monitor
and input image. "ICC profile" refers to the file that describes device-colorrelated characteristics. You can select either the ICC profile for monitor or the
ICC profile for RGB scanner.
Item
Description
Monitor
Specify the ICC profile suitable for texts, drawings, tables, and
graphs. Select [Do not specify] or [Last selected valid profile
name]. Normally, select the ICC profile of the monitor used.
Input image
Specify the ICC profile suitable for image data. Select [Do not
specify], [Same as monitor], or [Last selected valid profile name].
Normally, select the ICC profile of the RGB scanner used to load
input the image.
[Last selected valid profile name] is displayed when you have specified an ICC profile.
Both [Monitor] and [Input Image] allow the ICC profile to be read from any folder.
In the [ICC Profile] dialog box, only the files with the ICC profile extension ".icm"
are displayed.
You can specify a file name (full pathname) in [File Name] with up to 128 characters.
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When the [ICC Profile] dialog box is opened in Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Server
2003, the default directory is as follows:
x:\[Windows system directory] \color?
"x" indicates the name of the drive containing the system.
●
●
When [ICM Adjustment (System)] or [CMS Adjustment (Application)] is selected in the [Output
Color] box, you cannot compensate for the differences.
The method of displaying the Properties dialog box for this printer differs depending on the application. Refer to the guide for the application used. [ICM Adjustment (System)] appears only when
you are running Windows 98/Me/XP/Server 2003.
Printing
To make adjustments, use the [Profile Settings] tab.
Here, we use WordPad for Windows XP as an example. The procedure is the
same for other operating systems.
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Procedure
1
2
3
4
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Image Options] tab, and then click [Profile Settings].
The [Graphics Properties] dialog box having the [Profile Settings] tab will open.
Click [Color Temperature / Gamma Correction] or [ICC Profile], and
then select the compensation method.
Printing
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4
5
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Specify details on the selected compensation method.
Click [OK].
4.11
Printing after Registering Frequently Used Settings (Favorites)
You can register frequently used settings in [Favorites] and select them for printing.
4.11.1 Registering Settings in [Favorites]
The following is an example of printing an A4-size document with multiple pages
on sheets of A4-size paper in the 2-up page layout mode.
Procedure
4
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
On individual tabs, make the settings you want to register.
Select [High Quality] from [Print Mode] on the [Image Options] tab, select [A4] from [Output Size]
and [Paper Size] on the [Paper/Output] tab, and also select [2-up] from [Layout] on the [Paper/Output]
tab as an example.
Click [Save] shown under the [Favorites] box on the [Paper/Output] tab.
Printing
1
2
3
4
The [Save Favorites] dialog box appears.
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5
Enter a name for the favorite setting to be registered and enter a comment in the [Description] box.
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Click [OK] in the [Save Favorites] dialog box.
To modify or delete the settings registered in [Favorites], click [Edit] shown on the right side of the
[Favorites] box. For more details, refer to the On-line Help for the print driver.
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Click [OK].
4.11.2 Printing Using the Registered Settings
Procedure
Printing
4
1
2
3
4
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Check [Select Printer] and then click [Preferences].
Click the [Paper/Output] tab.
Select registered settings from [Favorites].
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5
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Click [OK] to proceed to printing.
4.12
Printing PDF Files Directly
(ContentsBridge)
As this printer is provided with ContentsBridge, you can send PDF files directly to the printer
without using the print driver. Since the print data is sent to the printer directly, you can print
data more easily and faster than when using the print driver. There are the following two
ways to print PDF files.
■Using ContentsBridge
You can print PDF files in either of the following ways: using our ContentsBridge utility or
sending files directly to the printer using an lpr command.
For information about using the ContentsBridge utility, refer to "4.12.1 Printing PDF Files Using the ContentsBridge Utility" (P.86). For information about using an lpr command, refer to "4.12.2 Printing PDF Files without
Using the ContentsBridge Utility" (P.89).
■Using the PostScript feature
When using the PostScript feature to print PDF files directly, set [Print Mode] of [PDF] on the control panel to
[PS] with reference to “7.2.1 Print Language Setting" (P.256) and then print the files with reference to “4.12.2
Printing PDF Files without Using the ContentsBridge Utility" (P.89).
Printing
You can use the PostScript feature to send PDF files directly to the printer.
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When printing PDF files directly using the USB or parallel port, use the ContentsBridge utility.
PDF files that can be printed
PDF files created with Adobe Acrobat 4 or Adobe Acrobat 5 (except for some
functions added in PDF 1.4) can be printed directly.
Some PDF files cannot be printed directly depending on how they have been created. In such a case,
open the PDF file and print it using the print driver.
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4.12.1 Printing PDF Files Using the ContentsBridge Utility
Drag
& drop
Speedy !
PDF file
ContentsBridge
Easy !
Printing
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Operating Environment of ContentsBridge Utility
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Supported operating systems
Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server
2003
Installing the ContentsBridge Utility
Copy [ContentsBridge.exe] from the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM to any folder or the
desktop on the computer. Double click the [Setup.exe] icon, and then follow the
onscreen messages to install ContentsBridge.
For information about the folder containing [ContentsBridge.exe], refer to the manul stored on the
"Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM.
Items that can be set with ContentsBridge Utility
[General]
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[Tray/Output]
Print Range
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Copies
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[Detailed Settings]
Paper Source
●
Job Type
●
Paper Type
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Document Banner Sheet
Print Annotations
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Stapling
●
Check PDF Security
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Output Color
●
Hole Punching
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Print Mode
●
Paper Size
●
Layout
●
2 Sided Print
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4.12 Printing PDF Files Directly (ContentsBridge)
Printing PDF Files
Procedure
1
Double-click the [ContentsBridge] icon.
The [ContentsBridge] dialog box appears.
2
Select this printer from [Printer].
3
Printing
2
4
3
4
Enter the name of the path to the PDF file in [File to Print], or click
[Browse] to select the file you want to print.
4
Click [Print Setting].
5
Select desired options.
The [Print Settings] dialog box appears.
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6
6
Click [OK] in the [Print Settings] dialog box.
The print data is sent to the printer.
If a password is set for the PDF file, a dialog box for entering the password is displayed. Enter the
password set for the PDF file and then click [OK].
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Click [Close] in the [ContentsBridge] dialog box.
Printing PDF Files in a simple procedure
Specifying this printer as a default printer and creating a [ContentsBridge] shortcut icon on the desktop allows you to print PDF files in a simple procedure.
Procedure
1
Drag and drop the PDF file you want to print to the [ContentsBridge]
shortcut icon.
The [ContentsBridge] dialog box appears.
Printing
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2
To specify the print format in the [ContentsBridge] dialog box, click
[Print Setting]((1)).
If you need not specify the print format, click [Print] in the [ContentsBridge] dialog box ((2)).
The print data is sent to the printer.
The default printer is selected.
(1)
(2)
When this checkbox is checked, print data will be
sent to the printer simply by dragging and dropping
the PDF file you want to print to the [ContentsBridge]
shortcut icon next time you start the computer.
To cancel this setting, double-click the shortcut icon to
activate ContentsBridge. Next time you drag and drop the
PDF file to the shortcut icon, the [Print Settings Confirmation] dialog box will be displayed.
Printing [OK] will send the print data to the printer.
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4.12.2 Printing PDF Files without Using the ContentsBridge Utility
You can send a PDF file directly to the printer and print the PDF file with the ipr
command without using the ContentsBridge utility. In this case, the PDF file is
printed based on the settings made for the following items:
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Print Processing Mode
Copies
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Password
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Collate
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2 sided
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Print Mode
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Paper Size
Layout
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[Layout] is displayed when [PDF Bridge] is selected in [Print Mode].
When printing with the ipr command, specify the number of copies with the ipr command. The number of copies set in [Copies] on the control panel is invalid. If you do not specify the number of copies with the lpr command, 1 is assumed to be specified.
When printing a PDF file using the ipr command, you need to enable the LPD
protocol on the printer from the control panel or CentreWare Internet Services.
Printing
For information about the above items, refer to "7.2.1 Print Language Setting" (P.256).
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"1.4.1 Enabling the Port" (P.15)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
Printing PDF Files
The following is a sample instruction given to the computer when printing a PDF
file with the ipr command.
A blank (space) is shown as
.
Example: The [event.pdf] file is printed when the IP address of the printer is
192.168.100.
C:¥>ipr -P lp -S 192.168.100 event.pdf
<Enter> key
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4.13
Sending a Document to the
Printer by E-Mail (E-mail Printing)
E-mails can be sent from the computer to this printer when the printer is connected to the
network and configured for TCP/IP communication and mail reception.
You can print the e-mail message as well as the attached TIFF or PDF document with this
printer.
This feature is called "e-mail printing".
To use the e-mail printing feature, an optional hard disk drive must have been installed in the printer.
Automatically
printed
E-mail
Printing
Automatically
printed
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4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail
Printing
To use the E-mail printing feature, you need to make settings on each server
(SMTP server or POP3 server) in your network environment.
For information about mail environment settings, check with the network administrator.
Setting up the network environment
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User account registration
Using CentreWare Internet Services for making settings
Using CentreWare Internet Services, set the port status, machine E-mail
address, TCP/IP environment, mail server.
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Set the following items on the Properties dialog box to match the mail
environment.
After making settings, be sure to click [Apply New Settings] and reboot the printer.
*Default l
Item
Machine
details
Setting item
Description
Administrator
Set the administrator's e-mail
E-mail Address address
Machine E-mail Set the e-mail address of this printer.
Address
This address is displayed in the
[From] box on the e-mail.
SMTP
POP3
Enter an e-mail address within
128 characters that can be registered as an e-mail address.
O
O
-
O
O
O
O
Off: Manual*
On: DHCP
O
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Receive E-mail Select [Enable].
Set the host name of this printer.
Protocol Set- Host Name
tings
TCP/IP
Get DNS Server When set to ON, the DNS server
Address
address is automatically obtained from
the DHCP server.
Enter any characters within 32
bytes.
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DNS Server
Address 1-3
Set the DNS server address.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
O
-
DNS Domain
Name
Set the DNS domain name.
Enter a domain name within 255
bytes using alphanumeric characters, period, and hyphen.
O
-
Get SMTP
Address
When set to ON, the SMTP server
address is automatically obtained from
the DHCP server.
●
O
-
SMTP Name
Set the SMTP server address for email reception.
Enter the SMTP name within 255
bytes using alphanumeric characters, period, and hyphen.
O
-
SMTP*
POP3
O
O
Full
O
O
Protocol Set- Receiving Proto- Set the method of receiving e-mails.
tings
col
E-mail
Incoming E-mail Determine whether to print the e-mail
header along with the attached docuPrint Options
ment (TIFF, PDF). Select [All Headers and Contents] if you want to print
the e-mail reception route, etc.
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●
●
●
Off: Manual*
On: DHCP
POP Server
Address
Set the POP3 server address for email reception.
Enter a server address within 128
bytes using alphanumeric
characters, period, and hyphen.
-
O
POP3 Server
Check Interval
Set the interval to check mails in the
POP3 server.
1 to 120 minutes
10 minutes*
-
O
POP User
Name
Set the user name for connecting to
the POP3 server. You can set only
one user.
Enter a mail address within 64
characters that can be registered
as an e-mail address.
-
O
POP User
Password
Set the password for each POP user, Enter a password within 64 alphaand enter the same password again numeric characters.
in the [POP Password Confirmation]
box.
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O
Printing
Port Status
Setting value
Necessity of setting
depending on
protocol
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4.13.2 Sending E-mails
Attached files that can be sent
Files that can be sent as attached documents are as follows:
●
PDF file
● Tiff file
This section describes how to send e-mails from the computer to the printer
using Outlook Express.
Procedure
Printing
1
Create a mail using your e-mail software, and the attach a TIFF or PDF
file as required.
The e-mail message is available only in the text format. Using the function of your e-mail software,
change the format of the e-mail message to the text format.
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●
2
3
If the extension of the attached file is not .tif or .pdf, this file may be printed incorrectly.
Up to 31 files can be attached.
Enter the e-mail address of this printer in the To: field.
Send the e-mail.
Upon receipt of the mail, this printer starts printing automatically.
The e-mail message and the attached file are printed based on the following settings. Note that specification of the offset ejection feature is ineffective for all of the following settings.
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Attached TIFF file: Logical printer's default values set in [Memory Settings] under [TIFF] in
[Emulation Settings] of CentreWare Internet Services
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Attached PDF file: Values set in [PDF] in the Common Menu on the control panel
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4.13.3 Precautions for Sending Documents by
E-mail
Security precaution
The e-mail is sent through the Internet connected to computers all over the
world. So, you need to pay much attention to security to prevent the e-mail from
being intercepted or altered by a third party.
It is recommended to use other secure methods when sending confidential data.
Also, it is recommended not to carelessly disclose the e-mail address of the
printer to a third party to prevent the printer from receiving unnecessary mails.
Specifying the domain from which e-mails can be received
Printing
You can set up the printer so that it can receive e-mails only from the specified
domain. For how to specify the domain from which e-mails can be received, refer
to the Online Help of CentreWare Internet Services.
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Printing
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5
5.1
Maintenance
Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)................................................................................................ 96
5.1.1
Outline of CentreWare Internet Services .......................... 96
5.1.2
The CentreWare Internet Services Screen....................... 97
5.1.3
Browser Settings............................................................... 98
5.1.4
Proxy Server and Port Numbers....................................... 99
5.1.5
Checking the Printer Settings ......................................... 100
5.1.6
Items That Can Be Set for CentreWare Internet Services .. 101
5.1.7
Using CentreWare Internet Services .............................. 101
5.2 Mail Notice Service ........................................................................ 105
5.2.1
Information to Be Notified by E-mail Notice Service ....... 105
5.2.2
Settings for Using Mail Notice Service............................ 105
5.3 HTTP Communications via Encryption (HTTP-SSL) ..................... 110
5.4 Loading Paper................................................................................ 114
5.4.1
Paper Types ................................................................... 114
5.4.2
Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4...................................... 120
5.4.3
Changing the Size of Paper in Trays 1 to 4 .................... 124
5.4.4
Loading Paper into Tray 5 (Bypass) ............................... 126
5.4.5
Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper................. 130
5.4.6
Setting for Using Special Heavyweight Paper ................ 132
5.4.7
Automatic Tray Selection................................................ 133
5.5 Replacing Consumables ................................................................ 134
5.5.1
Consumables.................................................................. 134
5.5.2
Replacing Toner Cartridges ............................................ 135
5.5.3
Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4]..... 137
5.5.4
Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B]....................... 142
5.5.5
Replacing the Staple Cartridge ....................................... 146
5.5.6
Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle Stitch............ 148
5.5.7
Disposing Chips from Punch Dust Box........................... 150
5.6 Printing Report/List ........................................................................ 152
5.6.1
Types of Reports/Lists .................................................... 152
5.6.2
Printing Report/List ......................................................... 161
5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages ...................................... 162
5.7.1
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages by Meter........ 162
5.7.2
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages by [Printer Meter
Report]163
5.8 Using Power Saver Mode .............................................................. 166
5.8.1
Setting the Power Saver Mode ....................................... 166
5.8.2
Exiting the Power Saver Mode ....................................... 169
5.9 Adjusting Gradation ....................................................................... 170
5.9.1
Gradation Adjustment ..................................................... 170
5.9.2
Performing Gradation Adjustment .................................. 170
5.10 Cleaning the Printer ....................................................................... 180
5.1
5.1.1
Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)
Outline of CentreWare Internet Services
CentreWare Internet Services is a service that enables you to use a web browser
to display the printer/job status and to change the settings of this printer when it
has been configured for use in TCP/IP environment.
Among the items that can be set through the control panel for this printer, you
can use the [Properties] screen of this service to set items like system setting as
well as the setting of each network port.
When this printer is used as a local printer, the CentreWare Internet Services cannot be used.
For updated information for using the CentreWare Internet Services, refer to the manual contained on
the CD-ROM.
Maintenance
Applicable environment
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Browsers
To use the CentreWare Internet Services, network environment that uses the
TCP/IP protocol and setting the Internet Services to [Enable] (factory default:
Enable) on the printer are required.
CentreWare Internet Services has been tested in the following browsers:
Windows
● Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 ServicePack 1
● Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 ServicePack 2
● Netscape 7.x
Macintosh
● Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.2
●
Netscape 7.x
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5.1.2
The CentreWare Internet Services Screen
The [CentreWare Internet Services] screen is made up of the following components.
Header
Panel
Upper Left
Panel
Right Panel
Maintenance
Lower Left
Panel
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Header panel
This area appears at the top of the window. On the top of the display at the initial
condition, it includes the logo and the printer name. On each category page, it
includes a link to the top page and tabs (links) to each category, in addition to the
logo and the printer name.
Upper left panel and right panel
Contents of the left and right areas change depending on the selected feature.
Lower left panal
Links to our home page, the Copyright screen, and online help are displayed.
Contents of the bottom area are identical to all pages.
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5.1.3
Browser Settings
Before using this service, check the following settings in your browser.
For Netscape
Procedure
Maintenance
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Select [Preferences] from the [Edit] menu.
Click [Advanced] in the [Category] list.
Check that [Enable Java] is set to ON.
In the [Category] column on the left, click the triangle next to
[Advanced] to expand the list.
Select [Cache] under [Advanced].
Under [Page in cache is compared to page on network], select [Once
per session] or [Every time].
Click [OK] to exit the dialog box.
For Internet Explorer
Procedure
1
2
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Select [Internet Options] from the [Tools] menu.
In the [General] tab, click the [Settings] button in the [Temporary
Internet Files] pane.
5.1 Configuring the Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)
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4
In the [Settings] dialog box, select [Every visit to the page] or [Every
time you start Internet Explorer] in the [Check for newer versions of
stored pages] pane.
Click [OK] to exit the dialog box.
5.1.4
Proxy Server and Port Numbers
This describes proxy server settings and port numbers when using this service.
Proxy Server
If using a proxy server, specifying the printer's IP address in the browser results in slower responses,
and could prevent some screens from appearing. In this case, it is necessary to configure the printer’s
IP address on the browser-side without going through a proxy server. Refer to your browser’s documentation for configuration instructions.
Port Number
Maintenance
We recommend that you use this service by connecting directly, and not using a
proxy server.
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This service is configured to use port "80" by default. The port number can be
changed in [Properties] > [Protocol Settings] > [HTTP]. Usable ports are "80" and
"8000" - "9999".
If you change the port to a value other than "80", you must add ":" plus the port
number to the IP address when typing the URL into your browser.
For example, when the port number is changed to 8080, the designation is as follows:
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Example input: When IP address is "192.168.1.100" and the port number,
"8080":
http://192.168.1.100:8080
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Example input: When URL is "doc.aaa.bbb.fujizerox.co.jp" and the port number, "8080":
http://doc.aaa.bbb.fujixerox.co.jp:8080
You can verify the port number in the Setting List. For information about the Setting List, refer to
“5.6.1 Types of Reports/Lists” (P.152).
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5.1.5
Checking the Printer Settings
If the Internet Services are not in use, enable the services using the following
procedure.
If the IP address is invalid, set the IP address after enabling Internet Services. Set the IP address following messages on the LCD.
Maintenance
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5.1.6
Items That Can Be Set for CentreWare
Internet Services
After enabling CentreWare Internet Services, you can set the following items
related to the services.
Items that can be set in [Internet Services Setting] on the [Properties]
screen:
● Auto Refresh Interval:
(Default: 120 sec)
Items that can be set in [HTTP] of [Protocol Settings] on the [Properties]
screen:
● Port Number:
(Default: 80)
● Maximum Sessions:
(Default: 5)
● Connection Time-Out:
(Default: 30 sec)
Using CentreWare Internet Services
To use these services, start the web browser by the following procedure.
Procedure
1
2
Maintenance
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Start your computer, and then the web browser.
Enter the IP address or URL of this printer in the address bar of the web
browser, and then press the <Enter> key.
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Example 1: When the IP address is 192.168.1.100
Enter "http://192.168.1.100/".
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Example 2: When the URL is dpc4350.aaa.bbb.fujixerox.co.jp (Host name:
dpc4350, Domain name: aaa.bbb.fujixerox.co.jp).
Enter "http://dpc4350.aaa.bbb.fujixerox.co.jp/".
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When specifying a port number, add ":" after the address, followed by "80" (default port number).
The CentreWare Internet Service screen appears.
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Using On-line Help
For information about items that can be set on each screen, click [Help] to see
On-line Help.
Internet access environment is required to view Online Help.
Click here.
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Services
On the [Services] screen, you can upload and print PDF or TIFF documents with
file extensions ".pdf", ".tif" or ".tiff" to the printer.
Jobs
On the [Jobs] screen, the status of each protocol or print jobs instructed on the
printer control panel is displayed.
Status
On the [Status] screen, the status of paper tray, output tray, and consumables is
displayed.
Properties
On the [Properties] screen, items related to the printer system, interface, and
emulation are displayed, allowing you to check and change their settings.
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Maintenance
On the [Maintenance] screen, you can check error logs, and change the Administrator account ID and/or password.
Support
On the [Support] screen, a link to our Customer Support Center is displayed.
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5.2
Mail Notice Service
If this printer is connected to the network in the environment which enables mail sending/
receiving, you can configure this printer so that the end of the print job instructed from the
computer can be notified by an e-mail, or error status in this printer and the history that this
printer rejected the print/mail receive request can be notified to the specified e-mail address.
This feature is called Mail Notice Service.
5.2.1
Information to Be Notified by E-mail
Notice Service
The following information is notified by e-mail Notice Service.
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5.2.2
Settings for Using Mail Notice Service
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Consumables Status
Parts Status
Paper Tray Status
Output Tray Status
Jam Status
Interlock Status
Fault Notice
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To use Mail Notice Service, you need to configure the following settings, using
CentreWare Internet Services and the property feature of the print driver. Check
with your system administrator or network administrator on whether these settings have been configured.
Settings by CentreWare Internet Services
■Enabling the Mail Notice port
On the [Properties] screen, set [Mail Notice Service] of [Port Status] to
[Enable].
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5.2 Mail Notice Service
■Printer e-mail address setting
On the [Properties] screen, set the printer e-mail address using [Machine
Details - Machine E-mail Address].
■Send protocol (SMTP server address) setting
On the [Properties] screen, set the SMTP server address using [Protocol Settings - TCP/IP].
■Settings on the day of the week, time, and notifying address for mail notification services
The day of the week and/or notifying port can be set. Make settings, as
needed.
These items may be set using [Mail Notice Settings] on the [Properties] screen
that is displayed upon start of the mail notice port.
For information about these items, refer to on-line help of CentreWare Internet Services.
Maintenance
5
Mail Notice Environment Settings
Make settings for using the Mail Notice Service via CentreWare Internet Services.
Procedure
1
2
Start the Web browser.
Enter the IP address or URL of this printer in the address bar of the
browser, and then press the <Enter> key.
Example of IP address input:
http://192.168.1.1/
Example of URL input:
http://xxx.yyy.zz.vvv/
When specifying a port number, add ":" after the address, followed by the port number.
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4
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Click [Properties] in the right frame of the screen.
Select the [Port Status] under [Security].
5.2 Mail Notice Service
Set [Enable] of [Mail Notice Service] to ON.
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Click [Apply New Settings].
Maintenance
5
5
If a screen prompting input of user name and password, enter required items, and then click [OK]. If a
message prompting restart of the printer, restart it.
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5.2 Mail Notice Service
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After booting (if you restarted the printer), select the [Mail Notice Service] from the left frame, and then make settings as needed.
Maintenance
5
8
Scroll the frame and click [Apply New Settings].
If a screen prompting input of user name and password, enter required items, and then click [OK]. If a
message prompting restart of the printer, restart it.
Settings on the print driver properties dialog box
To receive the print job result by e-mail, you need to configure the following settings on the [Properties] dialog box of the PCL6 print driver.
Procedure
1
Click [Start], then select [Printers and Faxes].
Select [Settings] > [Printers] depending on the operations system.
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3
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Select the printer icon of the printer, and then click [Properties] in the
[File] menu.
Click [Printing Preferences] in the [General] tab.
5.2 Mail Notice Service
4
On the [Detailed Settings] tab, set [E-mail Job Confirmation] to ON, and
then enter the notifying address in [E-mail Address].
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5.3
HTTP Communications via
Encryption (HTTP-SSL)
Setting the SSL function to ON enables secure HTTP communications between
the network and a computer on that network. HTTP uses the SOAP, Internet service, or IPP port. To encrypt communications, SSL/TLS protocol is used and a
certificate is required. The certificate can be obtained from CentreWare Internet
Services. This certificate is valid for one year and can be installed to the printer.
For information about how to install the certificate to the printer, refer to the CentreWare Internet
Services on-line help.
When SSL communications are carried out using the self-signed certificate issued by the printer or the
certificate described in UTF-8 as the character code, the phenomenon listed below will occur:
● If you are using Internet Explorer on Windows 98SE or lower, the issuer and owner of the certificate are incorrectly displayed.
● If you are using Internet Explorer on MacOS X 10.2, SSL communication is impossible.
This occurs as the OS cannot identify the character code (UTF-8). If you are running MacOS X 10.2,
use Netscape version 7.
Maintenance
By encrypting HTTP communications, the transmitted print data can be encrypted between the printer
and the computer (SSL encryption). For information about enabling encryption, refer to the
CentreWare Internet Services on-line help.
Encryption Settings
5
The following describes how to create the certificate using CentreWare Internet
Services, and how to enable encrypted communications.
Procedure
1
2
Start the Web browser.
Enter the IP address or URL of this printer in the address bar of the web
browser, and then press the <Enter> key.
Example IP address input:
http://192.168.1.1/
Example URL input:
http://xxx.yyy.zz.vvv/
When specifying a port number, add “:” after the address, followed by the port number.
3
4
5
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Click the [Properties] tab in the right frame of the screen.
Click [+] to the left of [Security] to display items contained in the folder.
Click [General Security].
5.3 HTTP Communications via Encryption (HTTP-SSL)
Create the certificate.
1) Click the [Generate Self-Signed Certificate] button.
2) Make settings for [Size of Public Key].
3) Make settings for [Issuer].
4) Click the [Generate Certificate] button. A screen appears to prompt input of the user name and password.
Maintenance
6
5
5) Enter the system administrator ID and password in [User Name] and [Password], and then press
[OK].
By default, "11111" is set for the user name and "x-admin" for the password.
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8
9
Refresh the Web browser.
Click [+] to the left of [Security] to display items contained in the folder.
Click [General Security].
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Maintenance
5
11
12
Select the [Enable] check box for [HTTPS]. Display items contained in
the folder.
Make settings for [HTTPS Port Number].
Apply the settings to the printer.
1) Click the [Apply New Settings] button.
2) The right frame of the Web browser changes to prompt reboot of the printer.
3) Click [Reboot]. The printer is rebooted to reflect the newly set values.
When communications are encrypted, enter an address starting from "https", not
"http", in the address bar in order to access CentreWare Internet Services.
● Example IP address input:
https://192.168.1.1/
● Example URL input:
https://xxx.yyyy.zz.vvv/
When the CentreWare Internet Services application is started, [Certificate Management] appears under the [Security] on the [Properties] tab, allowing you to
check or delete the certificate information.
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Print Driver Installation
Next, install the print driver to the computer.
Description is given using Windows XP as an example. If you use an operating system other than Windows XP, please read the following descriptions according to your environment.
Procedure
5
Click [Start], and then select [Printers and Faxes].
Double click [Add Printer].
Click [Next].
Select [A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer],
and then click [Next].
Select [Connect to a printer on the Internet or on home or office network], enter the URL shown below in [URL], and then click [Next].
https://(IP address of the printer in use)/ipp
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7
8
9
10
Click the [Have Disc].
Maintenance
1
2
3
4
5
On the screen displayed, enter "(CD-ROM drive
name):¥PCL\Win2000_XP", and then click [OK].
Select the DocuPrint C4350 driver, and then click [OK].
Select [Yes] if the printer is used as the default printer or [No] if not, and
then click [Next].
Click [Finish].
For information about installation, refer to the HTML documentation "Installing a Printer Connected
via the Internet" stored on the CD-ROM that came with the printer.
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5.4
Loading Paper
The following describes the types of paper that can be used on the printer, and how to load
paper in trays.
5.4.1
Paper Types
Use of inappropriate paper may result in paper jams, or cause reduced print
quality. To obtain the most out of this printer, it is recommended to use the paper
introduced below.
If you want to use paper not recommended by Fuji Xerox, contact our Customer
Support Center.
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Maintenance
5
When changing the paper type in a tray, change the tray setting to the corresponding one on the
control panel. For more information, refer to "Paper type settings procedure" (P.122).
The printed image may fade due to moisture such as water, rain or vapor. For more information,
contact our Customer Support Center.
For information about paper sizes that can be loaded in trays, refer to "A Main Specifications"
(P.298).
Paper Types
■Plain Paper (Printable Paper)
When using supplier paper (known as printable paper) for printing, make sure
that it complies with the following specifications. However, it is recommended
that you use the standard paper types introduced on the next page, to achieve
clear print results.
Paper tray
Loadable quantity
Trays 1 to 4
64 to 98 g/m2
560 sheets (Xerox P paper)
Tray 3 (High Capacity)
64 to 98 g/m2
980 sheets (Xerox P paper)
Tray 4 (High Capacity)
64 to 98 g/m2
1,280 sheets (Xerox P paper)
Tray 5 (Bypass)
55 to 220 g/m2
Up to 10mm 100 sheets (Xerox P paper)
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Printing with paper that is a different type or size from the paper selected by the print driver, or
printing from an unsupported paper tray may result in paper jams. To ensure correct printing,
select the correct paper size, paper type, and paper tray.
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When printing with a non-standard paper size from Tray 5 (Bypass), you must manually enter the
paper size. In addition, if you use a non-standard paper size often, you can preset the size on the
control panel. Then the preset size appears under [Standard Sizes] in the [Tray 5 (Bypass)] dialog
box. For information about setup, refer to "4.5.2 Setting Non-standard Paper Sizes" (P.57).
When using 12 x 18 inch paper from Tray 5 (Bypass) to print, slide the paper guide before loading
the paper.
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You can further categorize image quality processing methods for plain paper. For more information, refer to "Paper Image Qty" (P.280).
When using sheets such as postcards, which are B5 in size or narrower are printed continuously,
the non-paper passage side on the fuser unit heats up. For this reason, the message "Please wait" is
sometimes displayed and output is discontinued. Printing resumes after one to 2 minutes. The message "Please wait" is also sometimes displayed and printing is discontinued for 30 seconds or more
when one sheet of paper A5 in size or smaller has been printed.
■Standard Paper
The following table shows the standard paper recommended by Fuji Xerox.
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper
Type
Image Quality
Colotech Plus
A3
90
Bond
Plain Paper A
Colotech Plus
A4
90
Bond
Plain Paper A
Blue Wrap
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Blue Wrap
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Pro-Explore
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Business (3R91820)
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Business (3R91821)
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Xerox Blue
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Diplomat
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Diplomat
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear.
KX-H H803
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas when
used in the C-zone.
KX-H H804
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
PREMIUM
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
DocuPaper
A4
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
DocuPaper
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
L000
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
L742
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Xtra
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Xtra
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Flag ship
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Paper Name
Usage Notes
Use when used in the
B zone.
Maintenance
Fine white areas
appear when used in
the C-zone.
5
Solid areas appear
slightly fuzzy.
Small dots appear in
solid areas when
used in the A-zone.
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The above limits describe the results of measurements made in the following environment, and guarantees can not be made for other environments.
A-zone (high temperature and humidity) 28ºC, 85%
B-zone (normal office)
22ºC, 55%
C-zone (low temperature and humidity) 10ºC, 15%
■Semi Standard Paper
The following table shows the standard paper recommended by Fuji Xerox.
Paper
Name
Maintenance
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Size
Paper
Weight
Paper
Type
Image Quality
Usage Notes
Performer
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas. To prevent this, switch
to Blue Wrap paper.
ProExplore
A4
90
Plain
Plain Paper A
Performa
White
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas. To prevent this, switch
to Blue Wrap paper.
Excel
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas. To prevent this, switch
to Diplomat paper.
Excel
A3
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas. To prevent this, switch
to Diplomat paper.
KX New X
X703
A3
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas. To prevent this, switch
to KX-H paper.
KX New X
X704
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear when used
in the C-zone. To prevent this,
switch to KX-H paper.
Letter
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas on side 1. To prevent
this, switch to Premium paper.
Green Labe
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas when used in the Azone.
Planet
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear when used
in the A- and C-zones.
Xplore(RE
D)
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas when used in the Czone.
Flag ship
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in solid
areas when used in the Czone.
Gold Flag
ship
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear when used
in the A- and C-zones.
V705
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Paper
Name
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper
Type
Image Quality
Usage Notes
Gold Flag
ship
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear when used
in the A- and C-zones.
16K
16K
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Dots appear when used in the
A- and C-zones.
18K
16K
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Dots appear when used in the
A- and C-zones.
The above limits describe the results of measurements made in the following environment, and guarantees can not be made for other environments.
A-zone (high temperature and humidity) 28ºC, 85%
B-zone (normal office)
22ºC, 55%
C-zone (low temperature and humidity) 10ºC, 15%
■Usable Paper
Paper
Name
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper Type
Image Quality
Usage Notes
Colotech
Plus
A3
100
Heavyweight 1
Heavyweight 1
Small white areas
appear. To prevent this,
use ColotechPlus 90 g/
m2 paper.
Green
Wrap
A4
80
Plain
Colotech
Plus Gloss
A4
140
Heavyweight 1
Coat 1
ProExplore
A4
100
Heavyweight 1
Heavyweight 1
XEROX
ONE
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas. To prevent
this, use Diplomat paper.
XEROX
ONE
A4
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Image wrinkle may occur
sporadically. To prevent
this, use Diplomat paper.
Warrior
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas.
KX A4
Paper
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas when used in
the C-zone. To prevent
this, use KX-H paper.
P70 V703
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas. To prevent
this, use Premium paper.
Plain Paper D
Maintenance
The following describes the types of paper that can be used on the printer other
than recommended paper.
5
To prevent small dots
and minor white stripes,
contact our Customer
Support Center for
adjustment.
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Paper
Name
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper Type
Image Quality
Usage Notes
Xcite(Red)
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas when used in
the A- and C-zones.
Transmate
A3
70
Plain
Plain Paper D
Dots appear in solid
areas when used in the
A- and C-zones.
The above limits describe the results of measurements made in the following environment, and guarantees can not be made for other environments.
A-zone (high temperature and humidity) 28ºC, 85%
B-zone (normal office)
22ºC, 55%
C-zone (low temperature and humidity) 10ºC, 15%
■Usable Special Media
Maintenance
5
Prints can also be made on the following paper type when Tray 5 (Bypass) is
used. This media is called special media. The following table shows the main
special media that can be used on this printer:
Paper
Name
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper
Type
Image Quality
3R96019
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
Solid areas may come out
light.
Laser Card
040P00142
A4
A4
Label
Plain Paper A
Small dots may appear.
V522
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
L515
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
Small dots appear on halftone prints.
P801
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
Paper has a static charge
after printing.
Usage Notes
■Limited Paper
Use of the following paper types is not recommended.
Size
Paper
Weight
Paper Type
3R96000
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
Do not use in the A-zone.
3R96002
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
To prevent small dots
and minor white stripes,
contact our Customer
Support Center for
adjustment.
Paper
Name
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Image Quality
Usage Notes
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Paper
Weight
Paper Type
Image Quality
Usage Notes
ProExplore
A4
120
Heavyweight 1
Heavyweight 1
Small dots or white areas
may appear. To prevent
this, contact our Customer Support Center for
adjustment.
3R95809
A4
OHP
OHP
OHP
Solid areas may come
out slightly lighter. If the
paper is double-feeding,
load the sheets one at a
time.
Black
Wrapped
A4
80
Recycled
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid black areas. To prevent this, use Diplomat
paper.
Label
3R97407
A4
Label
Label
Plain Paper D
Do not use in the A-zone.
Multi
Purpose
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid areas. To prevent
this, use KX-H paper.
Multi
Purpose
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid blue areas. To prevent this use KX-H
paper.
Multi
Purpose
A4
75
Plain
Plain Paper D
Small dots appear in
solid blue areas. To prevent this use Premium
paper.
N000
A3
80
Plain
Plain Paper D
To prevent small dots,
contact our Customer
Support Center for
adjustment.
Use L000 paper.
Maintenance
Size
Paper
Name
5
The above limits describe the results of measurements made in the following environment, and guarantees can not be made for other environments.
A-zone (high temperature and humidity) 28ºC, 85%
B-zone (normal office)
22ºC, 55%
C-zone (low temperature and humidity) 10ºC, 15%
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■Storing and Handling Paper
Please Keep the Following Points in Mind When Storing Paper
● Store paper inside a cabinet or other dry place. Paper that has absorbed moisture can cause paper jams and image quality defects.
● After opening a package of paper, wrap up the remaining paper to store it. It is
recommended that you include moisture prevention packets.
● Paper should be stored flat, to prevent bends or warping.
Maintenance
Please Adhere to the Following When Setting Paper into the Tray
● Align the stack of paper neatly before setting it in the tray.
● Do not use paper that is folded, creased, or heavily warped.
● Do not use waved or curled paper.
● Do not load paper of mixed size together into the tray.
● Transparency paper and label paper can cause paper jams, and multiple
sheets can be fed to the printer at once. Be sure to carefully fan these types of
paper.
● When continuously outputting onto transparencies, transparency sheets sometimes will stick to each other. Remove transparencies from the output tray
every 20 or so sheets, and fan them to cool them down.
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5.4.2
Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4
Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4
The following describes how to load paper into Trays 1 to 4. When a paper tray
runs out of paper during printing, a message will appear on the control panel.
Load paper according to the message. Printing will be automatically resumed
when paper is added.
For information about changing the paper size and orientation, refer to "5.4.3 Changing the Size of
Paper in Trays 1 to 4" (P.124).
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Procedure
1
Pull out the tray towards you until it
stops
When pulling out a paper tray, do it
slowly. If pulled out with too much
force, the tray can hit and injure your
knees.
2
Load and align the edge of the paper
against the left edge of the tray with the
side to be printed on facing up.
MAX
3
MAX
Push the tray in gently until it comes to
a stop.
Maintenance
Do not load paper exceeding the maximum fill line.
Doing so might cause paper jams or printer trouble.
5
Printing will be automatically resumed when paper is
loaded correctly.
4
On the control panel, set the type of
paper you have loaded.
For how to configure, refer to the next section, "Setting
the type of paper loaded in Trays 1 to 4".
Setting the type of paper loaded in Trays 1 to 4
When special paper is loaded in trays 1 to 4, set that paper type on the control
panel. The printer will control the image quality according to the set paper type.
If the paper setting does not match the paper type actually loaded in the tray, image quality processing
will not be performed correctly. In such a case, toner may not be fused on paper, dirt may appear on
the printed paper, or the print quality may be deteriorated.
The printer automatically detects the size and orientation of paper loaded in trays 1 to 4.
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Paper type settings procedure
(1) Check if the paper loaded in the tray requires setting.
(2) Set the paper type and size, as needed.
(1) Check if the paper loaded in a tray requires setting.
Find which paper is loaded in the tray from the lists of recommended paper type
in "5.4.1 Paper Types" (P.114). Next, check if the setting is required using the
table below, and make settings, as needed.
Setting item
Paper type loaded in tray
Maintenance
5
Setting requirement
Plain
Unnecessary
Bond
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Recycled
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Lightweight (55-63g/m2)
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Heavyweight (99 - 169g/m2)
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Transparency
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Lavel
Necessary
(2) Set paper type and size.
Custom 1-5
Necessary
5.4.5 Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper (P.130)
Optimum printing may not be obtained merely by the paper type setting. In such a case, change the
image processing value on the control panel.
For information about the image quality, refer to "Paper Image Qty" (P.280). For information about
the procedure, refer to "5.4.5 Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper" (P.130) and "5.4.6 Setting for Using Special Heavyweight Paper" (P.132).
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(2) Set the paper type.
Use the control panel for paper type settings of Trays 1 to 4.
When printing on special paper using Tray 5 (Bypass), refer to "4.3.1 Printing on Special Paper
Using Tray 5 (Bypass)" (P.50).
Maintenance
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When setting on the control panel is complete, get the printer configuration information from the
printer using the print driver.
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For information about how to get the printer configuration information, refer to "3.5 Loading Configuration of Options and Paper Settings for Trays" (P.43).
5.4.3
Changing the Size of Paper in Trays 1 to 4
The following describes how to change the paper size on Trays 1 to 4.
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Maintenance
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The paper type for Paper Trays 1 to 4 is configured. The default paper type setting is "Plain." When
changing the setting to a different paper quality, change the paper quality settings to match the type
of paper to be loaded to maintain high print quality. For information about how to set the paper
type, refer to "Paper Type" (P.279) of "7.2.2 The System Administrator Menu" (P.259).
When setting a non-standard paper size, you must register the paper size. For details, refer to
"4.5.2 Setting Non-standard Paper Sizes" (P.57).
For a description of how to print on non-standard size paper, refer to "4.5.3 Printing on Non-standard Size Paper" (P.61).
Procedure
1
Pull out the tray towards you until it
stops.
When pulling out a paper tray, do it
slowly. If pulled out with too much
force, the tray can hit and injure your
knees.
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Remove any paper if loaded on the
tray.
5.4 Loading Paper
3
4
While holding the grip, move the right
paper guide lever to the right side of the
tray.
Load and align the edge of the paper
against the front left edge of the tray
with the side to be printed on facing up.
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Do not load mixed paper types into the tray. This can
be the cause of paper jams.
Do not load paper exceeding the maximum fill line.
Maintenance
5
While holding the grip, move the inner
paper guide lever to the back of the
tray.
5
Move the two paper guide levers while
holding their grips so that they lightly
contact the edges of the paper.
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Exerting excessive pressure when aligning the paper
guide levers against the edges of the paper might
cause paper jams.
When loading non-standard size paper, the paper
guide lever may not match with scale holes.
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7
8
Push the tray in gently until it comes to
a stop.
After changing the paper size, set the paper type for the paper tray
(plain, bond, recycled paper, etc.).
For information about how to set the paper type, refer to "(2) Set the paper type." (P.123).
Maintenance
5
5.4.4
Loading Paper into Tray 5 (Bypass)
When printing on postcards, envelops, or non-standard size paper that cannot
be loaded in Trays 1 to 4, use Tray 5 (Bypass). The following describes how to
load paper into Tray 5 (Bypass).
Detailed print instructions are designated using the [Paper/Output] tab in the
print driver. At that time, also specify the type of paper to load. The paper types
that can be specified are as listed below.
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Plain paper (64 to 98 g/m2)
Bond paper (64 to 98 g/m2)
Recycled paper (64 to 98 g/m2)
Heavyweight paper 1, Heavyweight paper 1/Side 2 (99 to 169 g/m2)
Heavyweight paper 2, Heavyweight paper 2/Side 2 (170 to 220 g/m2)
Transparency
Lightweight paper (55 to 63 g/m2)
Lavels (99 to 169 g/m2)
Custom paper 1 to 5
Coated paper 1, Coated paper 1/Side 2 (99 to 169 g/m2)
Coated paper 2, Coated paper 2/Side 2 (170 to 220 g/m2)
Positions on sides 1 and 2 may deviate when printing on name-card paper.
For information about printing on special paper, refer to "4.3 Printing on Special Paper" (P.49),
and/or "4.5 Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper" (P.55).
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Procedure
1
Open the Tray 5 (Bypass).
1
If necessary, extend the extension flap. The extension
flap can be extended in two stages.
2
2
Check the position of the paper guides
at the front side of Tray 5 (Bypass).
Normally, set the paper guide to the Normal position.
3
Maintenance
If the paper guide is in the 12" (305mm) or 12.6"
(320mm) position, return it to the Normal position. If
using paper for prints whose width exceeds that of A3
(297mm), such as 12 x 18 inches or 12.6 x 17.7 (SRA3)
inches, move the paper guide. For information about
how to move the paper guide, refer to "Moving the Position of the Paper Guide" (P.129) in the next paragraph.
5
Load paper with the side to be printed
on facing down, and insert the paper
lightly along the paper guide on the
front side of the printer until it comes to
a stop.
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Do not load mixed paper types into the tray. This can
be the cause of paper jams.
Do not load paper exceeding the maximum fill line.
Doing so might cause paper jams or printer trouble.
When printing on thick-stock paper such as postcards, and the paper is not fed into the printer, apply
a curl to the leading edge of the paper as shown in the
figure on the right. Note, however, that excessively
bending or folder the paper might cause paper jams.
Do not load paper of mixed size together into the tray.
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4
5
Maintenance
5
128
Lightly push the paper guide against
the paper you loaded.
Instruct printing.
On the [Paper/Output] tab, click [Paper Select], select
[Tray 5 (Bypass)] from [Paper Source], and then select
the paper type from [Paper Type for Bypass Tray].
5.4 Loading Paper
Moving the Position of the Paper Guide
If using paper for prints whose width exceeds that of A3 (297mm), such as 12 x
18 inches or 12.6 x 17.7 (SRA3) inches, move the paper guide to the 12" (305
mm) or 12.6" (320 mm) position.
After you have finished printing, be sure to return the paper guides to the Normal position.
Procedure
1
Slide the paper guide on the front side
of Tray 5 (Bypass) to the 12" (305 mm)
or 12.6" (320mm) position.
Maintenance
5
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5.4.5
Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper
Rough surface paper (plain) is the paper of which roughness of the surface is
somewhat outstanding when observed through a light source. Change the
[Paper Image Quality] setting to [D] or [G] on the control panel and then set the
paper type. Select one of User 1 through 4 as the paper type. Here, explanation
is given using an example of using Tray 3, [User 1] as the paper type, and [D] as
the [Paper Image Quality].
User 1 through User 4 are all set to [B] by factory default.
For information about the
Paper Image Quality, refer to
"Paper Image Qty" (P.280).
Maintenance
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Maintenance
5
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5.4 Loading Paper
5.4.6
Setting for Using Special Heavyweight
Paper
When special heavyweight paper is used such as the medicine bag or namecard, change the Paper Image Quality setting on the control panel. For information about steps (1) through (7), refer to “5.4.5 Setting for Using Rough Surface
Plain Paper” (P.130). For information about steps (8) and after, refer to the flowchart below.
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For information about the paper image quality items, refer to "Paper Image Qty" (P.280) of “7.2.2
The System Administrator Menu”.
For information about how to set a desired paper type to a tray, refer to "Paper Type" (P.279) of
"7.2.2 The System Administrator Menu" when setting a desired paper type to a tray.
For information about steps (1) through (7), refer to “5.4.5 Setting for Using Rough Surface Plain Paper” (P.130).
5.4 Loading Paper
5.4.7
Automatic Tray Selection
If you set paper source on the [Paper/Output] tab to [Paper Source] in the PCL6
print driver's properties screen when making prints, the printer automatically
selects the corresponding paper tray according to the size and orientation of the
document to print. This is called "Automatic Tray Selection".
If the printer judges that there are two or more corresponding trays in automatic
tray selection, the printer gives higher priority to the tray having the highest
[Paper Type Priority] set at [Tray Paper Type]. During automatic tray selection,
trays whose [Paper Type Priority] setting is set to [Off] are not targeted in [Automatic Tray Selection]. Also, if the [Paper Priority] setting is exactly the same,
automatic tray selection is determined by [Tray Priority].
For example:
Document
Bond
Plain
Plain
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First
First
Off
Off
Off
Second
Off
Off
Setting Setting Tray Priority
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
Determined to:
Setting Setting Tray Paper Type
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
Recycled
Bond
Plain
Custom-3
First
Second
Third
Fourth
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Recycled
Plain
If automatic tray selection cannot identify the appropriate tray, a message prompting replenishment of paper appears. However, it is possible to modify the settings, so that the paper size close to
the original document, or one size bigger than the original document will be automatically selected
without displayingi this mdssage.
When the printer runs out of paper during printing, select the tray containing the paper of the same
size and orientation that was being used for printing, and continue printing (Auto Tray Switch feature). During this operation, a tray containing paper of type whose [Paper Priority] setting is set to
[Off] cannot be switched to.
Maintenance
Plain
Recycled
Bond
Custom-1
Custom-2
Custom-3
Custom-4
Custom-5
Recycled
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Setting Setting Paper Priority
5
For information about setting [Paper Type], [Paper Type Priority], [Paper Tray Priority], and setting
the paper substitute feature, refer to "Printer Settings" (P.278). Some of these settings can also be
made from CentreWare Internet Services.
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5.5
5.5.1
Replacing Consumables
Consumables
The following describes types and handling of consumables. The printer is provided with the following consumables.
The use of consumables not recommended by Fuji Xerox may impair quality and performance. Use
only consumables recommended by Fuji Xerox for the printer.
Type of consumable
Type of consumable
Maintenance
5
Product code
Qty/Box
Toner Cartridge [K]
CT200856
1 unit/1 box
Toner Cartridge [C]
CT200857
1 unit/1 box
Toner Cartridge [M]
CT200858
1 unit/1 box
Toner Cartridge [Y]
CT200859
1 unit/1 box
Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], [A4]
CT350462
1 unit/1 box
Waste Toner Container [B]
CWAA0686
1 unit/1 box
Staple Cartridge [F]
CWAA0690
5000 staples x sets/1 box
Staples for Saddle Stitch (Type XC)
CWAA0691
5000 staples x 4 sets/1 box
We recommend having a spare toner cartridge ready.
Handling Consumables
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Do not store boxes for consumables upright.
Do not unpack consumables until they are to be used. Avoid storing
consumables/periodical replacement parts in the following locations:
●Hot and humid location
●Location close to a fire
●Location exposed to direct sunlight
●Dusty location
We recommend having a spare consumable ready.
Check the product code of the consumables and contact our Customer Support
Center to place your orders.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
5.5.2
Replacing Toner Cartridges
This printer is equipped with cartridges containing four colors of toner; black (K),
cyan (C), magenta (M), and yellow (Y). Each cartridge contains toner of each
color (image forming powder) which gradually will be consumed at every printing.
When it is almost the time to replace toner cartridge, the message [Ready to print
Add Toner: x] appears on the LCD of the control panel. Even after this message
appears, you can print about 3,500 pages for K or about 2,500 pages for C, M,
and Y normally. During this time, check the stock.
After printing about 26,000 pages for K or about 15,000 pages for C, M, and Y,
the printer stops and no further printing will be possible. Confirm the position of
the corresponding toner cartridge and replace the toner cartridge of the color
instructed by the message.
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The number of pages that can be printed varies by documents printed.
Toner cartridge colors are displayed as K, C, M, or Y on the LCD, which represent black, cyan,
magenta, and yellow.
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L3
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L2
L1
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Y
K CM
A4
A1 A2 A3
B
Toner cartridge
Maintenance
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1
2
3
4
Never throw an toner cartridge into an open flame. It can cause an
explosion and you can get burnt.
Never throw toner, a waste toner container, or a toner container into an
open flame. It can cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Return used toner cartridges to our Customer Support Center for disposal.
When the remaining toner level is very low, there are cases that printing stops with a message
prompting you to replace toner cartridge instead of a message indicating that the toner cartridge is
near the end of life. In this case, printing will start again when the indicated color toner is replaced.
Replace toner cartridges while the printer is on. Otherwise, print data remaining in the printer and
the information stored on the printer memory will be erased.
When replacing toner cartridges, toner may spill on the floor. We recommend laying paper on the
floor beforehand.
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Procedure
1
2
Maintenance
5
Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover.
Turn the toner cartridge of the color
indicated in the message counterclockwise to the unlocked position.
"K" is for black, "C" is for cyan, "M" is for magenta, and
"Y" is for yellow.
3
Remove the toner cartridge by gently
pulling it towards you.
Never throw an toner cartridge into an
open flame. It can cause an explosion
and you can get burnt.
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4
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Pull out the toner cartridge gently. Otherwise, toner
may splash out of the cartridge.
Return used toner cartridges to our Customer Support Center for disposal.
Prepare a new toner cartridge of the
same color as the cartridge that you
removed and gently tilt the cartridge
three or four times up, down, left, and
right as shown in the figure on the right.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
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6
5.5.3
Turn the toner cartridge clockwise to
the locked position.
Close the front cover.
The message [Ready to print] appears on the LCD of the
control panel.
Maintenance
7
Insert the toner cartridge as far as possible with the arrow ( ) on the cartridge facing upwards.
5
Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2],
[A3], and [A4]
This printer uses four drum cartridges. The drum cartridge is a photosensitive
unit that is used for generating images on the drum. When it is almost the time to
replace drum cartridge, the message [Ready to print Replace Drum Time:xx]
appears on the LCD of the control panel. Even after this message appears, you
can print about 2,500 pages normally. Check spare drum cartridges during this
period.
The life of drum cartridge expires after printing of about 30,000 pages. By
default, the printer stops printing when the message changes to [Replace
Drum:xx] until you replace the old drum cartridge with a new one.
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The number of pages that can be printed varies depending on documents.
It is possible not to stop printing even when the life is reached. In this case, the message remains
[Ready to print Replace Drum: xx]. For information about setting, refer to “Drum Life End”
(P.275) of "7.2.2 The System Administrator Menu".
If printing is continued after expiration of the drum cartridge life without replacement with a new
one, adverse influence to the printer performance may occur such as the print image quality. So, it
is recommended that you replace drum cartridges.
Example: Message for drum cartridge (K)
Life of drum cartridge expires after
printing about 30,000 pages.
After indication of this message, about
2,500 pages can be printed normally.
Maintenance
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L3
E
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L2
L1
Y
K CM
A4
A3
A1 A2
B
Drum cartridge
1
2
3
4
Confirm the drum cartridge position ([A1], [A2], [A3], or [A4]) on the Indicator at
the left of the control panel, and replace the appropriate drum cartridge.
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Do not expose drum cartridges to direct sunlight or strong light from indoor fluorescent lighting.
Do not touch or scratch the surface of the drum. Doing so may result in unsatisfactory printing.
Return used drum cartridges to our Customer Support Center for disposal.
Replace toner cartridges while the printer is on. Otherwise, print data remaining in the printer and
the information stored on the printer memory will be erased.
Procedure
1
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Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
2
3
Pull down the handle.
The drum cartridge lock is released and the four drum
cartridges rise up.
Maintenance
4
Lift up the stopper on the left side of the
front of the printer while pressing the
bottom of the stopper upwards.
Grip the handle of the drum cartridge
(A1, A2, A3, or A4) indicated in the
message and gently pull out the cartridge.
5
The following example shows how to replace drum A4.
When pulling out a drum cartridge, be careful not to
drop it on the floor.
5
Drum cartridge
Pull out the drum cartridge while holding its underside as shown in the figure
on the right.
Take care not to touch any toner on the drum cartridge.
6
Remove the new drum cartridge from
its box, then place the used drum cartridge into the supplied polyethylene
bag and place it in the box.
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7
Do not place the new drum cartridge in an upright
position.
Return used toner cartridges to our Customer Support Center for disposal.
Place the new drum cartridge (with protective cover) on the handle, and insert
the end of the drum cartridge into the
printer.
Insert the drum cartridge up to the arrow mark as shown
in the figure on the right.
Maintenance
5
8
9
Peel off the seal from the top of the
drum cartridge while the end of the cartridge is inserted in the printer.
Press down on the front part of the protective cover ((1)) and use the orange
tab at the top to slide the cartridge forward while inserting the drum cartridge
as far as possible while keeping it
straight((2)).
Place the protective cover as is into the box.
10 Lift up the handle to return it to its original position.
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11 Pull down the stopper to lock the handle in place.
12 Close the front cover.
The [Ready to print] message appears on the LCD of the
control panel.
Maintenance
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5.5.4
Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B]
Toner remaining on the drum after printing is gathered in the waste toner container. When it is almost the time to replace the waste toner container, the message [Ready to print Replace Bottle B] appears. Even after the message
appears, you can print about 900 pages normally. Check that a new waste toner
container is in stock during this time.
The replacement time of the waste toner container comes after printing about
22,000 pages. The printing stops until the waste toner container is replaced with
a new one. Confirm the waste toner container position on the Indicator at the left
of control panel and replace it.
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Maintenance
5
The number of pages that can be printed varies depending on documents.
When replacing the waste toner container, use the cleaning rod packaged in the waste toner container box to clean the Raster Output Scanners (D1, D2, D3, and D4) to prevent uneven color density during printing.
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L3
E
5
L2
L1
Y
K CM
A4
A3
A2
A1
B
Waste toner container
1
2
3
4
Never throw toner, a waste toner container, or a toner container into an
open flame. It can cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
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Return used waste toner containers to our Customer Support Center for disposal.
Replace the waste toner container while the printer is on. Otherwise, print data remaining in the
printer and the information stored on the printer memory will be erased.
When replacing the waste toner container, toner may spill and dirty the floor. We recommend laying
paper on the floor beforehand.
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Procedure
1
Prepare a new waste toner container.
Remove the new container, orange vinyl cap, and cleaning rod from the box.
Vinyl cap
Cleaning rod
Waste toner container
2
Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover.
Maintenance
3
4
Open the black cover (B) at the front of
the printer by pulling the left and right
orange tabs downward.
5
Hold the center section of the waste
toner container and pull the container
out until it comes to a stop.
Place the waste toner container on the open black cover.
Be careful because toner will be spilt if the waste toner
container is placed at an angle.
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5
6
Cover the top of the waste toner container with the supplied orange vinyl
cap to prevent toner from spilling out.
Hold the used waste toner container
firmly with both hands and lift it into the
empty box.
Maintenance
The <L> and <R> on the empty box means left- and
right-hand sides. The used bottle cannot be inserted in
the reverse direction.
Never put toner, a waste toner container, or a container containing toner
in a fire. Toner dust may explode,
resulting in burns.
5
Return used waste toner containers to our Customer
Support Center for disposal.
7
8
Remove the supplied cleaning rod from
the box. Gently insert the cleaning rod
into each of the cleaning slots D1 to D4
(square holes) with the pad facing
down.
When the cleaning rod is inserted as far
as it will go, gently pull it out towards
you. Clean each of the four holes.
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Make sure to insert the cleaning rod as far as it will
go.
It is almost impossible to see dirt on the pad.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
9
10
Hold the center section of the new
waste toner container and push the
container in as far as possible while
making sure that the center section is
properly aligned.
Close the black bottle cover by pulling
up the left and right orange tabs.
Maintenance
11
Store the used cleaning rod with the
used waste toner container.
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12
Close the front cover.
The [Ready to print] message appears on the LCD of the
control panel.
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5.5.5
Replacing the Staple Cartridge
If the Professional Finisher (optional) is installed, and it is time to replace the staple cartridge (R1), a message appears on the LCD of the control panel. When
this message appears, replace the staple cartridge with a new one.
The use of staple cartridges not recommended by Fuji Xerox may impair quality and performance.
Use only staple cartridges recommended by Fuji Xerox for the printer.
To order a staple cartridge, contact our Customer Support Center.
Procedure
Maintenance
5
1
2
3
Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover of the finisher.
Hold the staple cartridge holder by its
lever (R1), and draw out the staple cartridge holder to the right towards you
until it stops.
Remove the staple cartridge holder by
holding the orange lever.
The staple cartridge is attached firmly. Strongly pull
when removing the staple cartridge.
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4
5
Prepare a new staple case. Insert the
case from its tip into the staple cartridge ((1)), and then push the rear of
the case until it seats((2)).
Hold the orange lever and push in the
staple cartridge until it clicks into place.
Maintenance
6
Hold the right and left levers of the
empty staple case ((1)) and remove the
case from the cartridge as shown in the
figure on the right. ((2)).
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7
Close the front cover of the finisher.
A message will be displayed and the printer will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even slightly
open.
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5.5.6
Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle
Stitch
If the Professional Finisher (optional) is installed, and it is time to replace the staple cartridge for saddle stitch (R2, R3), a message appears on the LCD of the
control panel. When this message appears, replace the staple cartridge with a
new one.
The use of staple cartridges not recommended by Fuji Xerox may impair quality and performance.
Use only staple cartridges recommended by Fuji Xerox for the printer.
To order a staple cartridge, contact our Customer Support Center.
Procedure
Maintenance
1
Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover of the finisher.
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2
3
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Pull out the unit while pushing levers
(R2, R3) towards the right.
Pick levers on both sides of the staple
cartridge for saddle stitch, and pull up
to remove.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
4
Install a new staple cartridge for saddle
stitch by holding levers on both sides in
position, and press it down lightly until it
clicks into place.
Return the unit to its original position.
6
Close the front cover of the finisher.
A message will be displayed and the printer will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even slightly
open.
Maintenance
5
5
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5.5.7
Disposing Chips from Punch Dust Box
If the Professional Finisher (optional) is installed and the punch dust box is full of
chips, a message appears on the LCD of the control panel. Dispose the chips
according to the message.
When the punch dust box is pulled out, make sure to dispose all chips without
remaining any. If chips are remaining, the box will be full before the next message appears, resulting in printer trouble.
Dispose chips from the punch dust box while the printer is on. Otherwise, the system cannot recognize
that chips are disposed.
Procedure
Maintenance
1
Check that the printer is not printing,
and then open the front cover of the finisher.
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2
3
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Pull out the punch dust box (R4) as
shown in the figure on the right.
Dispose collected chips.
5.5 Replacing Consumables
4
5
Push the empty punch dust box until it
comes to a stop.
Close the front cover of the finisher.
A message will be displayed and the printer will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even slightly
open.
Maintenance
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5.6
Printing Report/List
This section describes the types of reports/lists and how to print them.
5.6.1
Types of Reports/Lists
This printer has a feature that prints out the following reports and lists in addition
to printing data from the computer. Types of reports and lists that can be printed
vary according to options equipped to the printer.
Option required for
printing
Reference
page
System settings list
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154
Error history report
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156
Job history report
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156
Printer meter report
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157
Fonts list
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157
TIFF settings list
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157
TIFF logical printers list
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158
PDF settings list
-
158
Function counter report
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158
ESC/P settings list
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ESC/P logical printers/stored jobs list
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PostScript fonts list
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159
PostScript logical printers list
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159
HP-GL/2 settings list
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HP-GL/2 logical printers/stored jobs list
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HP-GL/2 pallet list
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Type of reports/lists
Maintenance
5
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PCL settings list
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PCL forms list
Built-in expansion hard disc
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Receive domain restriction list
Built-in expansion hard disc
159
Stored documents list
Built-in expansion hard disc
160
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Use the control panel to print these reports and lists. For how to use the control panel, refer to
"5.6.2 Printing Report/List" (P.161).
For information about ESC/P settings list and ESC/P logical printers/stored jobs list, refer to the
manual contained on the proviced CD-ROM.
For information about [PCL Settings List], [PCL Stored Form List], [HP-GL/2 Settings List], [HPGL/2 Logical Printers/Stored Jobs List], and [HP-GL/2 Pallet List], refer to the manual contained
on the proviced CD-ROM.
5.6 Printing Report/List
■Print example
Maintenance
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5.6 Printing Report/List
System Settings List
The following describes the system settings list.
Some items may not be displayed depending on the settings of this printer.
■About the system settings list
Printer or network information are printed. Detailed items and print result are as
follows.
■Contents of the List
System Settings
Maintenance
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Machine information
Product name, serial number, and product code
Software version
ROM installed and its version number.
Machine configuration
Optional accessories installed such as hard disk drive, tray,
and output device.
Maintenance
Current settings of automatic job history report print, beep
sound, date/time setting, language setting, power saver
mode, sleep mode, menu auto reset, printable area, job jump
permission, automatic ID print, switch size setting, hard disc
overwrite/delete, data encryption, millimeter/inch setting,
print paper initialize setting, drum cartridge life action, secure
print operation, duplex print of add pages, action against
unregistered form, stored document setting.
Print Mode Settings
General
The number of pages printed, Page Description Language,
and the status of fonts installed. The number of pages
printed indicates the number of color, and the number of
black/white pages which have been printed and the total
number of pages printed. Page description language indicates the print language that can be used. Fonts installed
indicate the number of font types of fonts which are currently
installed.
Memory
Total capacity of memory plus values of capacities of the
print page buffer, and receive buffer memory of each port.
Paper tray attributes
Size and orientation of the paper in the tray, paper type set
for the tray, priority of the tray, and action against mismatched paper types.
Output settings
Settings of paper replacement and offset output method.
Paper settings
Current settings of the name of custom paper sizes, priority
of paper type, and paper image quality for each paper type.
Banner sheet settings
Setting of whether to output the banner sheet or not.
5.6 Printing Report/List
Communication Settings
Whether each port is enabled or disabled is printed. When enabled, the following
items and values are printed.
Connection type and MAC address.
TCP/IP
How to obtain the IP address, IP address, subnet mask, gateway
address, whether to limit receiving of printing by IP address, and
status information.
WINS
Settings of how to obtain the address from DHCP server, and settings of Primary WINS and Secondary WINS server.
DNS
Settings of how to obtain the address from DHCP server, DNS preferred server address, DNS alternative server address 1, DNS alternative server address 2, domain name, dynamic update of DNS,
and status information.
HTTP-SSL/TLS
communications
Whether HTTP-SSL/TLS communications are enabled or disabled
is printed.
SNMP
Port status and transport protocol.
CentreWare
Internet Services
Port status, port number, max number of sessions, connection timeout.
SOAP
Port status, port number, max number of sessions, connection timeout.
Parallel
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, Adobe communication protocol, auto eject time, and bidirectional communications settings.
USB-1 (1.1)
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, Adobe communication protocol, and auto eject time.
USB-2 (2.0)
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, Adobe communication protocol, and auto eject time.
NetWare
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, transport protocol, TBCP filter, operation mode, device name, network address, tree name
(only for directory mode), context name (only for directory mode),
file server name (only for bindery mode), notification language,
queue search interval, search times, active discovery, and status
information.
LPD
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, TBCP filter, connection timeout, and port number.
SMB
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, transport protocol, TBCP filter, work group name, host name, auto master mode, password
encryption, max number of sessions, Unicode support, administrator name, and status information.
EtherTalk
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, printer name, and zone
name.
IPP
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, TBCP filter, access authorization control, use of DNS, port No., additional port No., and timeout.
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Ethernet settings
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Port9100
Port status, print mode specified, PJL, TBCP filter, connection timeout, and port number.
UPnP
Discovery (port status and port number).
Mail Notice Service
Port status.
E-mail settings
- For POP3 receiving protocol
Main receiving port status, receiving protocol, POP3 server (server
name/IP address, port number, login name, and receive interval),
POP receiving password encryption, whether to print header and
contents (mail), and whether to receive only from specified
domains.
- For SMTP receiving protocol
Main receiving port status, receiving protocol, SMTP server (server
name/IP address and port number), authentication method at send,
SMTP AUTH login name (only when authentication method at send
is SMTP AUTH), and mail address of the printer.
Error History Report
The information related to errors occurred to the printer is printed. Up to 50 latest
errors are printed on the error history report including the date, time, error code,
and error type.
Job History Report
Print job execution results are printed to notify if the print data sent from the computer are printed correctly. Up to 50 latest print jobs are printed on the job history
report. You can use the control panel to set whether to automatically print the job
history report every time the number of print jobs exceeds 50.
■Print Result
The items listed below of up to 50 latest print jobs are printed on the job history
report:
Date, job ended time, input source (sender), output destination, job information,
page information, number of pages, number of sheets, and job status
■Abnormal End of Job
The [Job Processing Status] may indicate an abnormal end message, and error
code.
Check the error code displayed in the report and refer to “6.5.2 List of Error
Codes” (P.237) to find the cause of the problem.
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Meter Report (Print Jobs)
You can check the total number of pages printed and the total number of sheets
used in this printer for each computer (job owner). The number of pages printed
is counted by color and black/white print. [Printer Meter Report] shows the numbers that are counted from data initialization.
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For more information about the Printer Meter Report, refer to” 5.7.2 Checking Total Number of
Printed Pages by [Printer Meter Report]” (P.163).
The printer meter report data may be initialized. For details, refer to “7.2 Description of Common
Menu” (P.256).
Font List
A list of fonts that can be used by PCL6, ESC/P, HP-GL/2 is printed.
■Contents of the List
On the fonts list are the names and print examples of fonts available in PCL,
ESC/P, and HP/GL modes.
TIFF Settings List
Various settings in the TIFF print mode are printed.
Maintenance
When [PDF Bridge] is selected by [Process Mode], fonts that can be used by the PDF Bridge are
also printed.
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■Contents of the List
The TIFF settings list contains the items listed below.
Format
Settings on document size, paper size, paper tray, home
position, orientation of document, N Up, N Up print direction,
location correction, and color mode are printed.
Options
Settings on output tray, sorting (by set), and 2 sided print are
printed. When the optional finisher is installed, settings on
the stapler and the hole punch are also printed.
Zoom
Settings of Reduce/Enlarge mode, vertical %, and horizontal
% are printed.
Print Control
Settings on waiting for paper feed confirmation for Tray 5
(Bypass), image enhance, priority specification of print quantity, print quantity, and paper margin are printed.
Stored Programming List
Default value and settings of No. 1 to 20 which indicate logical printer are printed.
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TIFF Logical Printers List
A list of logical printers which are created in TIFF print mode is printed.
■Contents of the List
Settings of No. 1 to 20 of registered logical printers are printed on the TIFF logical printers list.
PDF Settings List
Settings on the control panel for direct print of PDF file are printed.
■Contents of the List
The PDF Settings List contains the items listed below:
Number of copies, 2-sided print, print mode, sort (by set), paper size, layout,
and color mode
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The layout is not printed when [PS] is selected to [Print Processing Mode] on the control panel.
Job Counter Report
The counter report of each function is printed.
■Contents of the Report
The following items are printed on the Meter Report by Function.
Total - All Counters
Number of pages printed (total number of pages, total number of color pages, and total number of black/white pages),
number of sheets printed (total number of printed sheets,
number of 2-sided printed sheets, number of backup sheets
printed) are printed.
Printer Counter
Number of printed pages (total number of pages, total number of color pages, color printer, color report, color 2 Up,
other than color 2 Up, total number of black/white pages,
black/white printer, black/white report, black/white 2 Up, and
other than black/white 2 Up), number of sheets printed (total
number of sheets printed, printer, report, number of 2-sided
sheets printed, and number of backup sheets printed) are
printed.
Finishing Counter
Number of sheets folded, number of sheets punched, number of stapler cycles, number of folding + stapler cycles
(booklet) are printed.
5.6 Printing Report/List
PostScript Font List
This paragraph describes the PostScript fonts list.
■What is the PostScript Fonts List?
When the PostScript Software Kit is installed, fonts that can be used by PostScript are printed on this list.
■Contents of the List
The PostScript Fonts List shows the font types and sample characters contained
in the PostScript Driver Library CD-ROM.
PostScript Logical Printers List
This paragraph describes the PostScript Logical Printers List.
When the PostScript Software Kit (optional) is installed, a list of logical printers
created by PostScript is printed on this list. You can check the settings of registered logical printers 1 to 20.
■Contents of the List
The following items are printed on the PostScript Logical Printers List.
Printer Number
Registration numbers of logical printers are printed.
Format
Settings on paper size, tray, paper type, color mode, and PostScript paper selection are printed.
Options
Settings for 2 sided print and output tray.
Print Control
Settings on waiting for paper feed confirmation for Tray 5
(Bypass), sort (by set), screen type, image enhance, print
mode, priority specification of print quantity, and print quantity.
Maintenance
The PostScript local printer is set using CentreWare Internet Services. For detailed information on
each item, refer to the on-line help of CentreWare Internet Services.
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Domain Filter List
Registration status of permitted domains from which e-mail to receive is printed.
■Contents of the List
Registered numbers and domain names are printed on the Receive Domain
Restriction List.
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Stored Document List
A list of documents stored in the printer with the Secure and Sample Print features is printed on the Stored Documents List.
■Contents of the List
This list contains the following items.
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Mailbox Size
Used and available spaces of the confidential mailbox.
Secure Print
Document numbers, user ID, document names, document sizes,
date and time of registration, and number of pages.
Sample Print
Document numbers, user ID, document names, document sizes,
date and time of registration, and number of pages.
Delayed Print
Document numbers, user ID, document names, date and time of
registration, specified print starting date/time.
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For more information about the Delayed Print, refer to”4.8 Printing at the Specified Time
(Delayed Printing)” (P.70).
5.6 Printing Report/List
5.6.2
Printing Report/List
Use the control panel to print reports/lists. Here, we describe how to print the
[Fonts List] as an example. Steps are the same when printing other reports/lists.
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5.7
Checking Total Number of
Printed Pages
This section describes how to check the total number of printed pages.
There are two ways of counting the total number of printed pages, and how to check differs
individually. One way is to check the total number of printed pages for each meter which is
classified by color mode such as color print or black/white print. Another way is to check the
total number of printed pages for each computer.
5.7.1
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages
by Meter
You can check the total number of printed pages for each meter on the control
panel. Meters are classified by color mode.
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Meter 1
Black/white print
Meter 2
Usually, not used
Meter 3
Color print
When you print the print data which is applied to color conversion with an ICC profile on application
with [Auto (Color/Black)] selected, the document is printed in color even if it looks black/white on the
monitor. In this case, Meter 3 (color print) is counted.
Steps for checking the meter are as follows.
5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages
5.7.2
Checking Total Number of Printed Pages
by [Printer Meter Report]
You can check the total number of pages printed and total number of sheets
used in this printer for each computer (job owner) on the printer meter report.
The number of pages printed is counted by color and black/white print. The
printer meter report shows the number that is counted from data initialization.
Print the printer meter report by using the control panel.
Contents of [Printer Meter Report]
The following items are printed on the printer meter report.
Date of initialization
Date and time when the printer meter data was initialized.
Date/time
Date and time when the printer meter report was created.
Job owner name
Names of up to 200 users are printed. Specify user names subject to control in [Specify Job Owner] of the print driver. Print
jobs with no job owners specified or those performed by the
201st and subsequent users are counted in the second last
[UnknowUser] box. Output from the report/list is counted in the
last [Report/List] box.
Number of color A3-size pages
Number of pages printed to A3 or larger size paper in color.
Number of color A4-size pages
Number of pages printed to A4-size paper in color.
Number of color B4-size pages
Number of pages printed to B4-size paper in color.
Number of color B5-size pages
Number of pages printed to B5-size paper in color.
Number of other size
pages in color
Number of pages printed to paper smaller than B5 size in color.
Color total pages
Total number of pages printed in color.
B/W total pages
Total number of pages printed in black and white.
Total pages
Total number of pages printed. Counted every time one print job is finished.
Color total sheets
Number of sheets of paper printed in color.
B/W total sheets
Number of sheets of paper printed in black and white.
Total sheets
Total number of sheets of paper printed. Counted every time
one print job is finished.
Maintenance
The following items are printed for each job owner.
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Printer meter report data can be initialized.
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For more information, refer to " 7.2 Description of Common Menu” (P.256)
● For information about the operation procedure, refer to "Initializing the Printer Meter Data"
(P.165).
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How to print the Printer Meter Report
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5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages
Initializing the Printer Meter Data
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5.8
Using Power Saver Mode
This printer has two power saver features, low power mode and sleep mode, for suppressing power consumption during standby.
By default, the printer moves to the low power mode when no print data is received for 15
min, and then moves to the sleep mode when no data is received for additional 15 min (30
min after reception of the last data). Whether it is transferred to the low power or sleep
modes, the time to switch to these modes can be set within the range of 15 to 240 min. The
power consumption in the sleep mode is 8 W or less, and the time to return to ready to print
from the sleep mode is about 45 sec.
Upon transition to the low power or sleep mode, the green <Power Saver> button turns on.
To cancel the power saver mode, press the <Power Saver> button. When print data is sent
to the printer while it is in the low power or sleep mode, the power saver mode is automatically cancelled, and print process starts.
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The power saver mode automatically lower the fuser temperature for saving power.
The sleep mode has the higher power saving efficiency. However, it takes more time to return to the ready to print
status compared to the low power mode.
Always set the low power mode to enable before setting the sleep mode.
You cannot disable both the low power and sleep modes.
When both the low power and sleep modes are set to enable, priority is given to the sleep mode. For example,
when the sleep mode transition time is set to 20 min and that of the low power mode to 45 min, transition to sleep
mode occurs 20 min after reception of the last data, and the sleep mode continues even after 25 min without transiting to the low power mode.
5.8.1
Setting the Power Saver Mode
Change the low power or sleep mode transition time settings on the control panel
or using CentreWare Internet Services.
The following describes how to set the power saver mode on the control panel.
When you use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring the Printer from the Computer
(CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
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Exiting the Power Saver Mode
The power saver mode is automatically cancelled upon data reception from a
computer. The mode can also be cancelled manually by pressing the <Power
Saver> button on the control panel.
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5.9
5.9.1
Adjusting Gradation
Gradation Adjustment
When the color gradation of the print image is not correct, you can easily adjust
it. Through this gradation adjustment, the image quality of this printer can be
consistently maintained.
To adjust the gradation, print the gradation adjustment chart and compare it with
"Color sample for gradation adjustment" supplied with the printer to get the value
for lighter/darker settings, and then set this value to the printer.
You can specify low density (Low), middle density (Mid), or high density (High)
for C (cyan), M (magenta), Y (yellow), and K (black).
To reset the density values to the default settings after gradation adjustment, set
all values to 0. If all values are set to 0, the gradation adjustment is disabled during printing.
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5.9.2
If color gradation is often incorrect even after gradation adjustment, contact our Customer Support
Center or your dealer.
Resetting the density values to the default value (all 0) does not mean that the image quality returns
to the quality that you could get first at installation time. Using the printer for a long period, the
image quality has differed from that at installation time under influence of aging, change in the
environment, and amount printed.
Performing Gradation Adjustment
Flow of Gradation Adjustment
Flow of gradation adjustment is as follows.
“Loading Paper into
Tray 5 (Bypass)”(P.126)
“Printing
Chart”(P.171)
“How to get the setting value”(P.172)
“How to enter the value
Entering the value from
Web browser”(P.176)
“How to enter the value Entering the
value on the control panel”(P.178)
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Printing Chart
Gradation adjustment is divided into two types, resolution preferred and gradation preferred. To adjust the gradation of the high resolution-conscious part like
texts, select the resolution preferred. To adjust the smoothness of gradation for
graphics and photo images, select gradation preferred.
Print the gradation adjustment chart on A4-size portrait direction paper by using
Tray 5 (Bypass). The following describes how to print the gradation adjustment
chart for Gradation Preferred as an example.
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To print the gradation adjustment chart for Resolution Preferred, select [Text] in step (6) of the flowchart.
How to get the setting value
Get the value in [Lighter/Darker] by comparing the printed gradation adjustment
chart and "Color sample for gradation adjustment" supplied with the printer.
Find the density that is close to density of the color sample from 7 offset patches
and their intermediates of the gradation adjustment chart. You can select the
value from 13 levels in the range from -6 to +6.
Also, refer to the steps described on the gradation adjustment color sample.
The default values are all 0.
Procedure
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Fold the printed gradation adjustment chart along the vertical guide
(dotted line) for the desired color, as shown in the diagram.
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Cyan
C
Magenta
Fold
CL
Margin
2
M
Yellow
Fold
Y
Black
Fold
Process Gray
K
ML
YL
KL
Margin
Margin
Margin
Adjust the part of the chart with desired density to the part of the color
sample with the same position.
For adjustment of low density (L), adjust Low to Low.
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Cyan
Cyan
Magenta
C
M
Fold
C
Cyan
Cyan
C
Magenta
Fold
M
Yellow
Fold
Y
Black
Fold
Process Gray
B
C
Low
Low
CL
ML
Margin
Margin
YL
Margin
KL
CL
ML
Margin
Margin
YL
Mar
Margin
CM
MM
YM
KM
Margin
Margin
Margin
Margin
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3
Slide the chart vertically with the “ “ mark using as the starting point
and read difference from the color sample on the scale.
Pay attention to the negative (-) and positive (+) directions.
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Cyan
C
Cyan
C
-2
CL
Difference
-
A
"-2"
"-1"
Color sample
for gradation
adjustment
+
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For the example on the left, density of the
gradation adjustment chart close to the color
sample is at the second position in the negative
direction from the central position or density A,
therefore, the difference is <-2>.
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5
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7
Write the difference in the “Margin” box.
For the remaining two densities of the same color, read the difference
in the same way.
Repeat steps 1 to 6 for the remaining colors of C, M, Y, and K to read
the difference.
After writing down the density differences of all colors, transcribe them
in the appropriate “Margin” box on the Computation Table at the left of
the chart.
Here, we use cyan as example.
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8
Obtain an adjustment value based on the expression in Computation
Table, and write it down in <Adjustment Value>.
The value entered at the previous adjustment is displayed in <Current Value>.
How to enter the value
Enter the density value written in the <Adjustment Value> box on <Computation
Table> of the gradation adjustment chart to this printer.
If your network has a TCP/IP environment, enter the value from Web browser
through CentreWare Internet Services. Otherwise, use the control panel.
For information about CentreWare Internet Services, refer to “5.1 Configuring the Printer from the
Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)” (P.96).
■Entering the value from Web browser
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Procedure
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2
Start the browser on the computer.
Enter the IP address or URL of this printer in the address bar of the
Web browser, and then press the <Enter> key.
The CentreWare Internet Services screen will appear.
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Click [Properties].
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Click [Gradation Adjustment] in the area to the left.
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Select the value from the density menu of the appropriate color.
The [Properties] tab will be displayed.
The following screen will be displayed in the area to the right.
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Also, select values from other two density menus of the same color.
Select values for the remaining C, M, Y, and K colors in the same way.
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After entering density values of all colors, click [Apply New Settings].
■Entering the value on the control panel
Steps for entering the density values are as follows.
Here, we describe setting for middle density (M) of gradation preferred for cyan
as an example.
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To check the adjustment result, refer to “Printing Chart” (P.171) and print the corresponding chart.
Check that Low, Middle, and High density dot marks on the chart of C, M, Y, or
K, are close to those of the color samples. If you are not satisfied with the result,
do the adjustment again.
The <Process Gray> is gray obtained from a combination of C, M, and Y. If
adjustment is correctly performed, this gray will become gray similar to black. If
you feel that any color of C, M, or Y in Process Gray is stronger than others,
adjust target color again.
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5.10
Cleaning the Printer
Cleaning the exterior of printer
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Before you start to clean the printer, be sure to switch off and unplug the printer to avoid the risk of
electric shock.
Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other volatile liquids, or insect repellent spray on the printer.
These listed above may discolor, deform, or crack covers.
Wipe the exterior with a firmly wrung
soft cloth moistened with water.
If it is difficult to remove dirt, try gently wiping with a
soft cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral
detergent.
Do not use cleaning agents other than water or neutral
detergent.
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Wipe off any excess water from the exterior with a soft cloth.
Cleaning Raster Output Scanners
Normally, clean Raster Output Scanners after you have replaced the waste toner
container. Also, clean Raster Output Scanners when image-quality defects such
as white or color streaks appear during printing.
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A cleaning rod is provided on the inside of the front cover.
Before you clean the Raster Output Scanners, remove the waste toner container. We recommend
laying paper on the floor beforehand because toner will be spilt if the waste toner container is
placed at an angle.
Make sure that the printer has stopped before opening the front cover.
Open the black cover (B) at the front of
the printer by pulling the left and right
orange tabs downward.
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Hold the center section of the waste
toner container and pull the container
out until it comes to a stop.
To prevent the waste toner container from tilting and
spilling toner, place the container in another location
away from the printer. Lay paper on the floor and place
the waste toner container on top of that paper.
4
When the cleaning rod is inserted as far
as it will go, gently pull it out towards
you. Clean each of the four holes.
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7
Make sure to insert the cleaning rod as far as it will
go.
It is almost impossible to see dirt on the pad.
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Remove the cleaning rod from the
inside of the front door.
Gently insert the cleaning rod into each
of the cleaning slots D1 to D4 (square
holes) with the pad facing down.
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Hold the center section of the waste
toner container that you removed and
push the container in as far as possible
while making sure that the center section is properly aligned.
Close the black cover by pulling up the
left and right orange tabs, and then
close the front cover.
The [Ready to print] message appears on the control
panel.
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6.1
6.2
Troubleshooting
Type of Problem............................................................................. 184
6.1.1
Course of Action for Troubleshooting ............................. 184
6.1.2
Unusual Conditions......................................................... 185
Clearing Paper Jams ..................................................................... 188
6.2.1
Removing Jammed Paper in Trays 1 to 4 ...................... 189
6.2.2
Removing Jammed Paper in High Capacity Tray ........... 190
6.2.3
Removing Jammed Paper in Tray 5 (Bypass) ................ 192
6.2.4
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L1 .................... 193
6.2.5
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L2 .................... 194
6.2.6
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L3 .................... 195
6.2.7
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover L4 .................... 196
6.2.8
Paper Jams in the Finisher ............................................. 201
6.3
Stapler Faults ................................................................................. 214
6.4
Poor Print Quality........................................................................... 219
6.5
List of Messages ............................................................................ 223
6.6
6.5.1
List of Messages (Alphabetical Order)............................ 223
6.5.2
List of Error Codes.......................................................... 237
Troubleshooting When Working in a TCP/IP Environment ............ 248
6.6.1
For Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me.................... 248
6.6.2
For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows
Server 2003 .................................................................... 249
6.7
Troubleshooting When Using CentreWare Internet Services......... 250
6.8
Troubleshooting When Using E-mail Services............................... 251
6.1
6.1.1
Type of Problem
Course of Action for Troubleshooting
The course of action for troubleshooting is as follows.
Follow the steps below.
A problem
Check “6.1.2 Unusual Conditions”(P.185)
Is the print quality bad?
If the print quality is poor
“6.4 Poor Print Quality”(P.219)
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Is a message displayed on the control panel?
If a message is displayed
“6.5 List of Messages”(P.223)
Are your printer, computer and server set
correctly for the network environment in use?
To check the settings
Sections that describe settings for each network environment
For a TCP/IP environment, refer to "6.6 Troubleshooting When Working in a TCP/IP
Environment" (P.248). For other environment, the system administrator should take the
corrective action by referring to manual in the Software Pack CD-ROM supplied with
this printer.
Notes and restrictions on the use of this printer may be applied.
For more information, refer to "C Precautions/Limitations" (P.313) and the manual
contained in the Software Pack CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
If the problem still persists even after you take the appropriate action according to the steps shown
above, contact our Customer Support Center or your dealer.
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6.1 Type of Problem
6.1.2
Unusual Conditions
If you think some trouble is occurring on the machine, check the machine status
again. If the problem still persists, proceed to”6.4 Poor Print Quality”(P.219) and
“6.5 List of Messages” (P.223) to take the appropriate action.
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Never open or remove printer covers that are secured with screws
unless specifically instructed in the "User Guide." A high voltage component can cause electric shock.
Do not try to alter the printer configuration, or modify any parts. An
unauthorized modification can cause smoke or fire.
Information on unsuccessful print processing is saved in the [Job history report]. If a print job is not
processed, print the [Job History Report] to check the print processing status. The print data may be
discarded if not processed correctly.
Symptom
Power is not switched
on.
Cause
Is the power switch turned off?
Action
Switch on the printer.
“3.2 Switching on/off the Printer”(P.36)
Is the printer not plugged in?
Turn the power switch off, and connect
the power cord securely. Then, switch
on the printer.
Troubleshooting
For how to print the [Job History Report], refer to”5.6 Printing Report/List” (P.152).
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“3.2 Switching on/off the Printer”(P.36)
Is the power voltage correct?
Check that the power supply is 200240V and 10 A, and that the power
capacity corresponding to the maximum power consumption of this printer
(1620 W) is secured.
“Safety Notes”(P.xii)
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6.1 Type of Problem
Symptom
Cannot print.
Cause
Is the <Ready> indicator off?
Action
This printer is in an off-line state or in
the menu setting mode. Take the
action depending on the indications
below.
● [Off-line]
Press the <Online> button to exit the
off-line state.
● Press the <Menu> button to exit the
menu setting mode.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions”(P.30)
Is there a message on the control
panel?
Take the action according to the displayed message.
“6.5 List of Messages”(P.223)
Troubleshooting
Is your computer set up for bi-directional communication (when connected with a parallel interface
cable)?
6
By default, bi-directional communication is set to [Enable], so you cannot
print unless you computer is set up for
bi-directional communication. If your
printer is connected with a parallel
interface, set bi-directional communication to [Disable], and then start printing.
“7.2 Description of Common
Menu”(P.256)
Isn't memory capacity insufficient?
Try to print in the following way.
●
Set the [Print Mode] to [High Quality],
●
Use [Print Page Mode].
● Increase the print page buffer capacity.
Or install additional memory
(optional) to increase memory.
For the print mode: “4.9 Setting Print
Modes”(P.73) For the page print mode:
“4.2 Setting of Printing Features”(P.47)
For the print page buffer: “1.5 About
Allocation of Memories”(P.20)
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6.1 Type of Problem
Symptom
The <Ready> lamp
does not blink or light
up despite your printing
instruction.
Cause
Action
Is the interface cable not plugged
in?
Turn the power switch off, and check
that the interface cable is connected.
Is the interface set up correctly?
Check the port status of the interface.
“7.2 Description of Common Menu”
(P.256)
Printing fails although
printing using paper
tray 5 (Bypass) is
instructed.
Is the computer environment set up
correctly?
Check the computer environment, for
example the print driver.
Is the set paper satisfies the specified size?
Set the correctly sized paper, and
instruct printing again.
“5.4.2 Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4”
(P.120)
Did you switch on your computer
after switching on the printer?
Print quality is bad.
Image data may be damaged.
Press the <Cancel Job> button to cancel printing.
Make sure that the computer is switched
on before switching on this printer.
Refer to "Poor Print Quality" and take
an appropriate action.
“6.4 Poor Print Quality” (P.219)
The characters are not
printed correctly (garbled).
You are using a font that is not
installed in this printer as a part of
the standard set-up.
Check the settings for the application
or the print driver. If you are using
PostScript, download the required font
after installing the internal hard disk
(optional).
The <Ready> indicator
does not come on or
blink despite printing
instruction.
Data remains in the printer.
Stop printing, or eject the remaining
printing data.
Troubleshooting
[Printing ...] is displayed even though
you did not give any
printing instructions
(while using the parallel interface).
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“3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of
Print Jobs” (P.39) “3.4 Ejecting the
Remaining Print Data Forcibly” (P.42)
The paper tray cannot
be inserted/removed.
Did you open the cover or turn the
printer switch off during printing?
Turn the printer off instead of inserting/
removing the paper tray forcibly. Turn
the power switch on after waiting for a
few seconds. Insert/remove the paper
tray after checking that the printer is able
to receive the data.
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6.2
Clearing Paper Jams
When a paper jam occurs, printing stops with a beep sound. The error lamp on the control
panel comes on, and an error message appears on the display.
Check the paper jam position with the indicator on the left side of the control panel, and
remove the jammed paper carefully without tearing it off.
If the paper is torn halfway, fully remove the remaining paper. If the error message persists
even after jammed paper removal, paper may be jammed in another position. Take the
action according to the displayed message.
As soon as the paper jam is cleared, printing will automatically restart from the same point
where it stopped when the paper jam occurred.
When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in
the machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet of
paper is wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is
difficult or impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself. Doing so can
cause injuries or burns. Switch off the machine immediately, and contact our Customer Support Center.
Troubleshooting
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If you pull out the paper tray without checking the position of the paper jam, the jammed paper may be left in the
printer. Be sure to clear the jammed paper after checking the position of the paper jam. Otherwise, the printer
may become faulty.
If any pieces of paper are left in the printer, the paper jam message will not disappear.
Clear the jammed paper while the printer is switched on. If the printer is switched off, print data left in the printer
and information spooled in memory will be erased.
Do not touch any parts in this printer. Doing so may cause poor printing.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.1
Removing Jammed Paper in Trays 1 to 4
If a paper jam occurs in any of paper trays 1 to 4, check the tray that is indicated
on the left side of the control panel, and remove the jammed paper according to
the steps below. If an optional large-capacity cabinet is used at tray 3 or 4, refer
to “6.2.2 Removing Jammed Paper in High Capacity Tray”(P.190).
Procedure
1
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
Troubleshooting
2
Pull out the tray with the paper jam that
is indicated on the display.
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3
Slowly push the paper tray fully to the
end.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.2
Removing Jammed Paper in High Capacity Tray
If a paper jam occurs in a high-capacity tray, check the tray that is indicated on
the display, and remove the jammed paper according to the steps below.
Removing the Jammed Paper in Tray 3 (High Capacity)
Procedure
Troubleshooting
1
Pull out the tray 3 (high-capacity).
2
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
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3
190
Slowly push the paper tray fully to the
end.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Removing Jammed Paper in Tray 4 (High Capacity)
Procedure
1
Pull out tray 4 (high-capacity).
2
Remove the jammed paper.
4
If paper jams in the paper feed portion,
open the inner cover and remove the
paper.
Troubleshooting
3
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
6
Slowly push the paper tray fully to the
end.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.3
Removing Jammed Paper in Tray 5
(Bypass)
If a paper jam occurs in paper tray 5 (Bypass), remove the jammed paper
according to the steps below.
Procedure
1
Check the back (behind the paper supply section) of paper tray 5 (Bypass),
and remove the jammed paper if any.
If multiple sheets of paper are loaded, remove all the
sheets at once.
Troubleshooting
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2
Align the removed sheets at four corners, and insert them carefully into the
paper supply section with the printing
side facing down.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.4
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover
L1
When a paper jam occurs inside cover L1 on the left side of tray module, remove
the jammed paper according to the steps below.
A paper jam message for cover L1 appears on the display for the standard +1 tray model, standard +
3 tray model and standard + large capacity cabinet model.
Procedure
1
3
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
Troubleshooting
2
Slowly open cover L1 while pulling the
release lever.
6
Slowly close cover L1.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.5
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover
L2
When a paper jam occurs inside cover L2 on the left side of tray 1, remove the
jammed paper according to the steps below.
Procedure
1
Slowly open cover L2 while pulling the
release lever.
Troubleshooting
2
Remove the jammed paper.
3
Slowly close cover L2.
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
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194
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.6
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover
L3
When a paper jam occurs inside cover L3 with the 2-sided report function,
remove the jammed paper according to the steps below.
Procedure
1
Open the bypass tray, and slowly open
cover L3.
1
2
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper is torn, check whether any pieces of paper
are left inside the printer.
Troubleshooting
2
6
3
Close cover L3 and push up paper tray
5 (Bypass).
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6.2.7
Removing Jammed Paper Inside Cover
L4
When a paper jam occurs inside cover L4, remove the jammed paper according
to the steps below.
In case of a long-size paper jam, remove the long-size paper according to the
procedure for long-size paper (P.198) to prevent the damage to the paper or
printer and to avoid injury.
The image may be on the transfer belt (black film type belt) inside cover L4. When removing the
jammed paper, do not touch the transfer belt. Otherwise, the image quality may be affected or the
transfer belt may be damaged, requiring replacement.
Procedure
Troubleshooting
6
1
2
Slowly open the cover L4 (2) while lifting the release lever (1).
If the leading edge of the jammed
paper comes out in the direction of the
center tray, pull the paper by pulling it
straight toward the output tray.
Never touch a labeled area found on or
near the fuser. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the
heat roller, do not try to remove it by
yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
Switch off the machine immediately,
and contact our Customer Support
Center.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
3
Remove the jammed paper.
Never touch a labeled area found on or
near the fuser. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the
heat roller, do not try to remove it by
yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
Switch off the machine immediately,
and contact our Customer Support
Center.
4
If the jammed paper does not come
out because of being trapped by the
fuser cartridge, push up lever (1), and
remove the paper (2).
5
Slowly close cover L4 while pushing
the center of cover L4, and lift tray 5
(Bypass).
(3)
Troubleshooting
Return the lever ((3)) to its original position after
removing the jammed paper.
(1)
(2)
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
For long-size paper
Procedure
1
While pushing up the release lever (1),
slowly open cover L4 (2).
(2)
(1)
2
Troubleshooting
6
3
If the leading edge of the paper cannot
be seen or cannot be held with hands
when cover L4 is opened, pull it out
straight in the direction of the arrow.
If the paper does not reach the fuser
unit (fuser cartridge), remove it by pulling the paper straight in the direction of
the arrows with both hands.
Never touch a labeled area found on or
near the fuser. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the
heat roller, do not try to remove it by
yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
Switch off the machine immediately,
and contact our Customer Support
Center.
Do not try to pull the paper from the bypass tray side.
Unfused toner may be on a roller, staining the paper
that is loaded next.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
4
If the jammed paper is at the fuser unit
(fuser cartridge), pull up the lever.
Never touch a labeled area found on or
near the fuser. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the
heat roller, do not try to remove it by
yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
Switch off the machine immediately,
and contact our Customer Support
Center.
5
If the head of the paper stays in the
fuser unit (fuser cartridge), pull the
head of paper in the direction indicated
by the arrow with both hands.
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Pull the paper carefully without touching the chute.
The image may be on to the transfer belt (black film
belt) on the body side inside cover L4. Never touch
the transfer belt when removing the paper. Otherwise, the image quality may be affected or the transfer belt may be damaged, requiring replacement.
Troubleshooting
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Chute
6
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
6
Pull the paper drawn out in step 5 with
both hands in the direction of the arrow.
Never touch a labeled area found on or
near the fuser. You can get burnt. If a
sheet of paper is wrapped around the
heat roller, do not try to remove it by
yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
Switch off the machine immediately,
and contact our Customer Support
Center.
Do not try to pull the paper from the bypass tray side.
Unfused toner may be on a roller, staining the paper
that is loaded next.
Troubleshooting
7
6
8
If the leading edge of the paper
appears on the center tray side, pull the
paper with both hands straight in the
direction of the arrows until the leading
edge appears.
Pull out the paper drawn out in step 7
straight upward (in the direction of the
arrows) with both hands.
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The paper may be felt slightly heavy when it is pulled
out.
Unless the paper is pulled straight in the direction of
the arrows, the paper may be torn apart, and leave
pieces in the printer, causing another trouble.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
9
10
Push down the lever.
Slowly close cover L4 by pushing its
center portion.
Paper Jams in the Finisher
The following describes how to clear paper jams that occur inside the professional finisher when the professional finisher (optional) is installed.
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Paper jam at the center output tray............................................................ 202
Paper jam at the finisher interface ............................................................. 202
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2a]) ........................................................ 203
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2a]) (removal using wheel [2c]) ............. 205
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2b]) ........................................................ 206
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2b]) (removal using wheel [2c]) ............. 207
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [3]) .......................................................... 208
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [5]) .......................................................... 209
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [4a]) ........................................................ 210
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [4b]) ........................................................ 211
Paper jam in booklet tray ........................................................................... 212
Troubleshooting
6.2.8
6
201
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Paper jam at the center output tray
Procedure
1
2
Troubleshooting
6
Open the top cover on the professional
finisher interface, and then close it.
Paper jam at the finisher interface
Procedure
1
202
If any paper exists at the center tray
exit, remove it by slowly pulling it rightward.
Open the top cover (cover F) on the
professional finisher interface.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
2
3
Remove the jammed paper if any.
Turn wheel [1] clockwise and remove
the paper by pulling it out slowly.
If the jammed paper is hidden from view, keep turning
wheel [1] to feed the paper for removal.
Close the top cover (cover F) on the professional finisher interface.
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2a])
Procedure
1
Troubleshooting
4
6
If the edge of the paper comes out from
the output tray, remove the paper by
pulling it out slowly.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Troubleshooting
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2
Open the finisher front cover.
3
Move lever [2a] rightward.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
5
6
Return lever [2a] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2a]) (removal using wheel [2c])
Procedure
1
If the edge of the paper comes out from
the output tray, remove the paper by
pulling it out slowly.
Open the finisher front cover.
3
Move lever [2a] rightward.
4
Troubleshooting
2
6
Turn wheel [2a] in the direction of the
arrow to feed the jammed paper forward.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
5
6
7
Remove the paper by pulling it out
slowly.
Return lever [2a] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Troubleshooting
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2b])
Procedure
1
Open the finisher front cover.
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2
Move lever [2b] rightward, and remove
the jammed paper.
2b
3
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Return lever [2b] to its original position.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
4
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [2b]) (removal using wheel [2c])
Procedure
Open the finisher front cover.
2
Move lever [2b] rightward.
2b
Troubleshooting
1
6
3
Turn wheel [2c] in the direction of the
arrow to feed the jammed paper forward.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
4
5
6
Remove the paper by pulling it out
slowly.
Return lever [2b] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Troubleshooting
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [3])
Procedure
1
Open the finisher front cover
2
Push down lever [3].
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
3
4
5
Remove the jammed paper.
Return lever [3] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Procedure
1
Open the finisher exit cover [5] upward.
Troubleshooting
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [5])
6
2
3
Remove the jammed paper by pulling it
out slowly rightward.
Return exit cover [5] to its original position.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [4a])
Procedure
1
Open the finisher front cover.
2
Pull out the unit [4].
Troubleshooting
3
Turn wheel [4a] counter-clockwise to
remove all jammed paper.
6
4
5
Return unit [4] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Paper jam inside the finisher (at [4b])
Open the finisher front cover.
2
Move lever [4b] leftward.
3
Remove the jammed paper if any.
Troubleshooting
1
6
4
Pull out unit [4].
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6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
5
6
7
8
Remove all jammed paper from the
upper left exit of the unit and from
within the unit.
Return unit [4] to its original position.
Return lever [4b] to its original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
Troubleshooting
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Procedure
6
1
Paper jam in booklet tray
2
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Open the finisher front cover.
Turn wheel [4a] clockwise to feed
paper to the booklet tray.
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
3
Remove the paper.
4
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
Troubleshooting
6
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6.3
Stapler Faults
This section describes stapling troubles. Follow the procedures on the following pages when
prints are not stapled or when staples are bent. Contact our Customer Support Center if the
problem persists after you have tried the following solutions.
Stapling is available when the professional finisher (optional) and internal hard disk (optional) are installed.
Bent staple
If documents are stapled in the manner shown in the figures below, contact our Customer
Support Center.
Troubleshooting
6
One side of staple rising up
Staple bent in reverse direction
Flattened staple
Entire staple rising up
Staple rising up with center pressed in
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6.3 Stapler Faults
Staple jam in staple cartridge
Procedure
1
2
Hold the staple cartridge holder by its
lever [R1], and draw out the staple cartridge holder to the right (towards you).
Remove the staple cartridge holder by
holding its orange lever.
The staple cartridge is attached firmly. Strongly pull
when removing the staple cartridge
.
4
Troubleshooting
3
Make sure that the printer has stopped,
and then open the finisher front cover.
6
After removing the staple cartridge,
check the inside of the finisher for any
remaining staples.
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6.3 Stapler Faults
5
6
Push up the illustrated metal portion of
the staple cartridge.
Remove the jammed staples (1), and
return the metal portion pushed up in
step 5 to its original position (2).
(1)
When removing jammed staples, take
care not to injure your fingers.
(2)
Troubleshooting
6
7
Hold the orange lever and push the staple holder until it clicks into place.
Orange lever
8
Close the finisher front cover.
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the staple finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
If the staples cannot be removed after carrying out the above procedures, contact our Customer Support Center.
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6.3 Stapler Faults
Staple jam in staple cartridge for saddle stitch
If a staple jams in the staple cartridge for saddle stitch, take the action as
described in the procedure below.
Procedure
1
2
Make sure that the printer has stopped,
and then open the finisher front cover.
Pull out the unit while pushing levers
(R2) and (R3) rightward.
R3
(1)
3
Hold the levers on the left and right
sides of the staple cartridge for saddle
stitch, and remove the cartridge by pulling it upward.
(2)
Troubleshooting
R2
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6.3 Stapler Faults
4
Remove the jammed staples as illustrated.
When removing jammed staples, take
care not to injure your fingers.
5
Return the taken-out staple cartridge
while holding its levers on its left and
right sides, and lightly push it down until
it clicks into place.
Troubleshooting
6
Return the unit to its original position.
7
Close the finisher front cover.
6
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the staple finisher's front cover is even
slightly open.
If the staples cannot be removed after carrying out the above procedures, contact our Customer Support Center.
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6.4
Poor Print Quality
If the print quality is unsatisfactory, select the closest symptom from the following and take
appropriate actions.
If the problem still persists, contact our Customer Support Center.
Symptom
Print is too light
(blurred or out of focus)
Cause
The paper is damp.
Action
Replace with new paper.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
No toner remains in the toner cartridge.
Replace with a new toner cartridge.
Color dots are printed.
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
Troubleshooting
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges”(P.135)
6
Color lines are printed.
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
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6.4 Poor Print Quality
Symptom
Equally spaced bars
are printed.
Cause
Action
The drum cartridge is dirty.
Print a few sheets of paper.
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
White dots appear in
the colored section.
Unsuitable paper is being used.
Load suitable paper.
”5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
Troubleshooting
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
Print blurs when
smeared with finger.
Toner is not fused.
Paper is stained by
toner.
The paper loaded in the tray is not
consistent with the paper type specified on the control panel.
From the control panel, specify the
appropriate paper type for the paper
that is loaded in the paper tray.
"5.4.2 Loading Paper into Trays 1 to 4"
(P.121)
6
The paper is damp.
Replace with new paper.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
Unsuitable paper is being used.
Replace with new paper.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
The paper is completely covered with
toner.
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
High-voltage power supply may be
defective.
220
Contact out Customer support Center
or your dealer.
6.4 Poor Print Quality
Symptom
Nothing is printed.
Cause
Multiple sheets are fed at a time.
Action
Fan sheets well before loading them
again.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
White areas or colored
stripes appear.
The laser scanner may be dirty.
Clean the laser scanner.
“5.10 Cleaning the Printer”(P.180)
Contact out Customer Support Center
or your dealer.
The paper is damp.
Replace with new paper.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
Unsuitable paper is being used.
Load suitable paper.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
Paper is wrinkled or
characters are blurred.
Unsuitable paper is being used.
You added paper before the tray is
emptied.
The paper is damp.
Load suitable paper.
Troubleshooting
High-voltage power supply may be
defective.
6
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
221
6.4 Poor Print Quality
Symptom
Cause
Vertical blanks appear.
The drum cartridge has deteriorated
or is damaged.
Action
Replace with a new drum cartridge.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1],
[A2], [A3], and [A4]”(P.137)
The laser scanner may be dirty.
Clean the laser scanner.
“5.10 Cleaning the Printer”(P.180)
No toner remains in the toner cartridge.
Replace with a new toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges”(P.135)
Diagonally printed.
Troubleshooting
6
222
The guides on the paper tray are not
set in the correct positions.
Set the length and width guides in the
correct positions.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
Printouts are too light.
The paper size selected on the print
driver differs from the paper that is
loaded when tray 5 (Bypass) is used
for printing. Or, multiple sheets are
fed at a time.
Either load the correct size paper, or
fan the paper well.
“5.4 Loading Paper”(P.114)
6.5
List of Messages
This section describes messages and error codes that appear on the display of this printer.
6.5.1
List of Messages (Alphabetical Order)
There are two types of messages: printer status messages and error messages.
For error messages, "Cause" and "Action" are described.
If an error message appears, the printing of data remaining in the printer and information spooled in
memory will not be guaranteed.
"*" indicates an alphanumeric character. "xxxx" indicates any one of the following: report/list being
printed, document number an document name of the secure print, input port, and paper size or paper
size/orientation. "XXXX" indicates paper type.
Message
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at the professional finisher interface (F).
[Action]
Open the finisher interface and remove paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Jam - Open F. Turn 1 to
Right
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at the professional finisher interface (F).
[Action]
Open the finisher interface and turn wheel [1] clockwise to
remove paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open F. Clear Jam. Close
Cover
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at the professional finisher interface (F).
[Action]
Open the finisher interface and remove paper.
Troubleshooting
Clear Ctr Tray Open & Close
F
Cause/action
6
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
RemovePaper fromTop Tray
of G
Open G. Open 2a.Turn 2c to
clear
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
*These messages are displayed alternately.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover, open [2a], and turn [2c] to
remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
223
6.5 List of Messages
Message
RemovePaper fromTop Tray
of G
Open G. Open 2a.Clear jam
Cause/action
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
*These messages are displayed alternately.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover, open [2a], and remove the
jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Empty G top tray
[Cause]
The output tray is filled up.
[Action]
Remove the paper on the output tray.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Empty G bottom tray
[Cause]
The booklet tray is filled up.
[Action]
Remove the paper on the booklet tray.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Troubleshooting
6
RemovePaper fromCenter
Tray of
[Cause]
The finisher tray is filled up.
[Cause]
Remove the paper on the finisher tray.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Obstructed.CheckBelow Tray
G
[Cause]
An obstacle exists under the finisher tray.
[Action]
Remove the paper on the finisher tray first, and remove the
obstacle for resetting from the error.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)”
Ém Close Front
Cover at G
[Cause]
The finisher front cover (G) is open.
[Action]
Close the finisher front cover (G).
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Close Cover of 5on right of G
[Cause]
The ejecting port cover (5) on the right side of the finisher is
open.
[Action]
Close the ejecting port cover (5) on the right side of the finisher.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Open5 right of GClear
jam.Close5
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred near the finisher tray.
[Action]
Open ejecting port cover (5) on the right side of the finisher,
and remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
224
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Open G. Open 2a.Turn 2c to
clear
Cause/action
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover, open [2a], and turn [2c] to
remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open G. Open 2a.Clear jam
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover, open [2a], and remove the
jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open G. Open 2b.Clear jam
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), open [2b], and remove the
jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover, open [2b], and turn [2c] to
remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open G. Lower 3 to clear jam
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), push [3] down and remove
the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Jam - Open G. Turn 4a to
Right
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), and turn [4a] to remove
the jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
Open G. Open 2b.Turn 2c to
clear
6
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open G Open 4b toLeft Pull
out4
Remove All PaperInside 4
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
*These messages are displayed alternately.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), open [4b] leftward, pull out
unit [4], and remove the paper jammed inside [4].
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
225
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Jam - Open G. Open 4b to
Left
Cause/action
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), open [4b] leftward and
remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Open G.
Push 4 in.
Open G Pull out4Turn 4a to
Left
Remove All PaperInside 4
[Cause]
Unit [4] of the finisher is not fully inserted.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), and push in unit [4].
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred inside the finisher.
The messages are displayed alternately.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), draw out unit [4], turn [4c]
counter-clockwise to wholly remove the jammed paper
inside unit [4].
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
"Open G. Add
R1
Staples to
Troubleshooting
[Cause]
No staple remains in the staple cartridge (R*) of the finisher.
[Action]
Replace with a new staple cartridge.
“5.5.5 Replacing the Staple Cartridge” (P.146)
“5.5.6 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle Stitch” (P.148)
Open G. Check Staples in
R2,R3
[Cause]
Staple cartridges (R2) and (R3) for pamphlets on the finisher are not set correctly.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), and set the staple cartridges for pamphlets on the finisher correctly.
6
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
“5.5.6 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle Stitch” (P.148)
Open G. Add
R2,R3
Staples to
[Cause]
No staple remains in the staple cartridge (R2) or (R3) for
pamphlets on the finisher.
[Action]
Replace with a new staple cartridge.
“5.5.6 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for Saddle Stitch” (P.148)
OpenG.Pull outR4Empty
Punch Cont
[Cause]
The punch dust box (R4) of the finisher is about to be filled
with punch dust.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), and empty the punch dust
box.
“5.5.7 Disposing Chips from Punch Dust Box” (P.150)
226
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Open G.Reload R4Punch
Container
Cause/action
[Cause]
The punch dust box of the finisher is not correctly set.
[Action]
Open the finisher front cover (G), and set the punch dust
box correctly.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Corrupt HD file Press Set key
[Cause]
If the internal hard disk (optional) is installed, data on the
internal hard disk may be destroyed, because the power
goes off due to a power failure while the printer is operating.
[Action]
Press the <Eject/Set> button. Internal hard disk will be initialized.
When the internal hard disk is initialized, registered forms/logos
and secure print data are erased. Postscript download fonts are
also erased.
xxxx.xxxx
Printing...Tray *
[Status]
Secure print job is being printed.
xxxx
Printing...Tray**
[Note]
Report/List is being printed.B
Print data cannot be received from the computer while a report/
list is being printed.
Ended with Error
(***-***)
[Cause]
An error occurred, and printing was not finished successfully.
[Action]
Check the error code [***-***] on the display, and take the
appropriate action.
Troubleshooting
Print data can be received from the computer.
6
“6.5.2 List of Error Codes2(P.237)
Off-line
[Status]
You pressed the <Online> button, and the printer is in the
off-line state. To exit the off-line state, press the <Online>
button again.
In the off-line state, print data cannot be received from the computer.
Off-line
Data in memory
[Status]
You pressed the <Online> button, and the printer is in the
off-line state. To exit the off-line state, press the <Online>
button again.
In the off-line state, print data cannot be received from the computer.
Option not
installed
[Cause]
To use the secure/sample print function, the corresponding
optional installation is necessary.
[Action]
The internal hard disk (optional) must be installed to use the
secure/sample print function.
227
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Please wait...
Cause/action
[Status]
●
●
The system status of this printer is being diagnosed/initialized. This message appears during power on or system
resetting. After a while it will change to [Ready to print].
Displayed during the warm-up before ejecting the print
data that remains in the printer.
Print data cannot be received from the computer.
Close Cover F
[Cause]
Cover F (cover on top of finisher interface) is open.
[Action]
Close cover F.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Close Cover L4
[Cause]
Cover L* is open.
[Action]
Close cover L*.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Troubleshooting
PaperJam-Open L*Lift Green
Lever
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at cover L*.
[Action]
Check the cover position indicated on the display with the
status display, and remove the jammed paper.
“6.2 Clearing Paper Jams” (P.188)
PaperJam-Open L*Remove
Paper
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at cover L*.
[Action]
Check the cover position indicated on the display with the
status display, and remove the jammed paper.
6
“6.2 Clearing Paper Jams” (P.188)
Paper Jam
Pull out Tray *
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at paper tray *.
[Action]
Remove the jammed paper from tray *.
“6.2 Clearing Paper Jams” (P.188)
Please wait...
xxxx
[Status]
The printer is being warmed up before ejecting the print data
that remains in the printer.
Print data can be received from the computer.
All data
Cancelling...
[Status]
The print data that remains in this printer is being discarded.
Print data cannot be received from the computer.
All data
Ejecting...Tray*
[Status]
The print data that remains in this printer is being ejected.
Print data cannot be received from the computer.
228
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Empty Center
Output Tray
Cause/action
[Cause]
The center output tray is filled with paper.
[Action]
Unload paper from the center output tray.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Clear Ctr Tray Open & Close F
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred at the center output tray ejection
port.
[Action]
Remove the jammed paper.
“6.2.8 Paper Jams in the Finisher” (P.201)
Storing image...
**** Tray*
[Status]
Secure print jobs are being spooled.
Print data can be received from the computer.
Cancelling...
**** Tray*
[Status]
Data during printing is discarded.
Print data can be received from the computer.
[Cause]
The paper loaded in tray 5 (Bypass) is incorrect.
[Action]
Load tray 5 (Bypass) with paper of which the size/direction
is xxxx and type is XXXX.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Check Bypass
xxxxxxxx
Press Set
[Cause]
Your print instruction specified [Bypass-wait user].
[Action]
Load paper tray 5 (Bypass) with paper of size and orientation xxxx and type XXXX or check that this paper is loaded
in tray 5 (Bypass). Then press the <Eject/Set> button on the
control panel. Printing will start.
Troubleshooting
Check Bypass
6
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Waiting for data
xxxx
[Status]
The printer is waiting for print data.
Print data can be received from the computer.
Please reboot printer
Replace Toner Cartridge: K
[Cause]
Some error occurred.
[Action]
Switch off the printer, and make sure that the control panel
display goes off, then switch it back on. If the same message appears again, write down [***-***]. Switch off the
printer, and make sure that control panel display goes off.
Then unplug the power cord. Contact our customer support
Center or your dealer.
[Cause]
Almost no toner remains in the black toner cartridge.
[Action]
Replace with a new black toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
229
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Replace C, M, Y Toner Cartridges
Cause/action
[Cause]
Action
Almost no toner remains in any of toner cartridges (C, M and
Y).
Replace the emptied toner cartridge with a new one.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Replace Waste Toner ContainerB
[Cause]
Waste toner bottle is filled up.
[Action]
Replace the emptied toner bottle with a new one.
“5.5.4 Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B]” (P.142)
Insert Waste Toner ContainerB
[Cause]
Action
Waste toner bottle is not set or is set incorrectly.
Set the waste toner bottle correctly.
“5.5.4 Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B]” (P.142)
Add Toner C
Stop to cancel
[Cause]
Troubleshooting
[Action]
Colored printing was tried with almost no toner in the cyan
toner cartridge.
Take either of the following actions:
Replace with a new cyan toner cartridge. Printing will
restart.
●
Press the <Cancel Job> button to stop printing. Thereafter
only monochrome printing is possible.
●
Add Toner M
cel
Stop to can-
[Cause]
[Action]
6
Colored printing was tried with almost no toner in the
magenta toner cartridge.
Take either of the following actions:
Replace with a new magenta toner cartridge. Printing will
restart.
●
* Press the <Cancel Job> button to cancel printing. Thereafter only monochrome printing is possible.
●
Add Toner Y
Stop to cancel
[Cause]
[Action]
Colored printing was tried with almost no toner in the yellow
toner cartridge.
Take either of the following actions:
Replace with a new yellow toner cartridge. Printing will
restart.
●
Press the <Cancel Job> button to stop printing. Thereafter
only monochrome printing is possible.
●
Load Tray *
xxxx xxxx
[Cause]
Paper tray * is out of paper of size and orientation xxxx and
paper type XXXX.
[Action]
Load paper of size and orientation xxxx and paper type
XXXX in tray *.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
230
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Add paper-Tray *
xxxx xxxx
Cause/action
[Cause]
Paper tray * is out of paper of size and orientation xxxx and
paper type XXXX.
[Action]
Load paper of size and orientation xxxx and paper type
XXXX in tray *.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Check Tray *
xxxx xxxx
[Cause]
Paper tray * is not loaded with correct paper.
[Action]
Load paper of size and orientation of xxxx and paper type
XXXX in tray *.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Push in Tray *
[Cause]
Paper tray * is drawn out.
[Action]
Set paper tray * correctly.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
[Cause]
Printing is not possible on the paper of the size loaded in tray *.
[Action]
Load the correct paper that allows printing.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Tray 1 - Check transparency
[Cause]
Transparencies with white frame for colored printing is
loaded. This printer does not allow transparencies with
white frame for colored printing.
[Action]
Use OHP film without frame (V516).
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Pull out Tray * Clear jam
[Cause]
A paper jam has occurred in paper tray *.
[Action]
Remove the jammed paper in tray *.
Troubleshooting
Check paper in Tray *
6
“6.2 Clearing Paper Jams” (P.188)
[Cause]
Drum A*
Please Insert
[Action]
Drum cartridge A* is not set or is set incorrectly.
Set the drum cartridge correctly.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4]”
(P.137)
Replace Drum
Cartridge A*
[Cause]
It is time to replace drum cartridge A*.
[Action]
Replace with new drum cartridge A*.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4]”
(P.137)
231
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Ejecting...
xxxxTray *
Cause/action
[Status]
Print data is being output.
Print data can be received from the computer.
Close front
cover
[Cause]
Front cover is open.
[Action]
Close the front cover.
“3.1 Main Components and Their Functions” (P.30)
Call for ServiceReplace ******
[Cause]
Some parts need to be replaced.
[Action]
Inform our Customer Support Center or your dealer of [******] indicated on the display.
Printing...
xxxx
[Status]
Print data is being processed.
Print data can be received from the computer.
Printing...
xxxx Tray*
[Status]
Print function is being executed using tray *. Do not draw out
the tray in use.
Troubleshooting
Print data can be received from the computer.
Ready to print
[Status]
Print data can be received from the computer.
Ready to print Add Toner C
[Cause]
Almost no toner remains in the cyan toner cartridge.
[Action]
Only monochrome printing is possible. When colored printing is tried, printing stops while displaying a message
"Replace toner: C". Replace with a new cyan toner cartridge.
6
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Ready to print Add Toner M
[Cause]
Almost no toner remains in the magenta toner cartridge.
[Action]
Only monochrome printing is possible. When colored printing is tried, printing stops while displaying a message
"Replace toner: M". Replace with a new magenta toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Ready to print Add Toner Y
[Cause]
Almost no toner remains in the yellow toner cartridge.
[Action]
Only monochrome printing is possible. When colored printing is tried, printing stops while displaying a message
"Replace toner: Y". Replace with a new yellow toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
232
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Ready to print
(***-***)
Cause/action
[Cause]
Failure occurs in the printer.
[Action]
Switch off the printer, and make sure that control panel display goes off. Then switch it back on. If this message
appears again, check error code [***-***] on the display. And
take an appropriate action.
“6.5.2 List of Error Codes” (P.237)
Ready to print DNS Update
Fail
[Cause]
The IP address cannot be obtained from DNS.
[Action]
Set the IP address manually.
“1.3 Setting the IP Address” (P.9)
Ready to print Get IP Add.
Fail
[Cause]
Obtaining the IP address from the DHCP server failed.
[Action]
Set the IP address manually.
“1.3 Setting the IP Address” (P.9)
[Cause]
The IP address is already in use.
[Action]
Change the IP address.
“1.3 Setting the IP Address” (P.9)
Ready to print Dupl. SMB
host
[Cause]
The same SMB host name already exists.
[Action]
Change the host name.
Manual contained on Software Pack CD-ROM.
Print Ready-CallService ******
[Cause]
Some parts need to be replaced.
[Action]
Inform our Customer Support Center or your dealer of [******] indicated on the control panel display.
Ready to print Replace ******
[Cause]
Some parts need to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Inform our Customer Support Center or your dealer of [******] indicated on the control panel display.
Ready to print Add Toner: C
[Cause]
Toner in the cyan toner cartridge is about to run out.
[Action]
Prepare a new cyan toner cartridge.
Troubleshooting
Ready to print Dupl. IP
Address
6
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
233
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Ready to print Add Toner: K
Cause/action
[Cause]
Toner in the black toner cartridge is about to run out.
[Action]
Prepare a new black toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Add Toner: M
[Cause]
Toner in the magenta toner cartridge is about to run out.
[Action]
Prepare a new magenta toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Add Toner: Y
[Cause]
Toner in the yellow toner cartridge is about to run out.
[Action]
Prepare a new yellow toner cartridge.
Troubleshooting
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Replace Drum
A*
[Cause]
Drum cartridge A* needs to be replaced.
[Action]
Replace with new drum cartridge A*.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4]”
(P.137)
6
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are
possible.
Ready to print Replace Drum
A*
[Cause]
Drum cartridge A* needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare new drum cartridge A*.
“5.5.3 Replacing Drum Cartridges [A1], [A2], [A3], and [A4]”
(P.137)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Replace Fuser
E
[Cause]
The fuser cartridge needs to be replaced.
[Action]
Contact our Customer Support Center or your dealer.
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
234
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Ready to print Replace Fuser
E
Cause/action
[Cause]
The fuser cartridge should be replaced soon.
[Action]
Contact our Customer Support Center or your dealer.
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Replace B
[Cause]
The waste toner bottle needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare a new waste toner bottle.
“5.5.4 Replacing the Waste Toner Container [B]” (P.142)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Order Toner:C
[Cause]
Cyan toner cartridge needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare a new cyan toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Ready to print Order
Toner:CMYK
[Cause]
Toner cartridges for all colors need to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare new toner cartridges for all colors.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Order Toner:K
[Cause]
Black cartridge needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare a new black toner cartridge.
Troubleshooting
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are
possible.
6
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Ready to print Order
Toner:M
[Cause]
Magenta toner cartridge needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare a new magenta toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are
possible.
235
6.5 List of Messages
Message
Ready to print Order Toner:Y
Cause/action
[Cause]
Yellow toner cartridge needs to be replaced soon.
[Action]
Prepare a new yellow toner cartridge.
“5.5.2 Replacing Toner Cartridges” (P.135)
Print processing and receiving print data from the computer are possible.
Reload Bypass Tray
[Cause]
Tray 5 (Bypass) is loaded with paper incorrectly or with color
transparencies with white frame. Color transparencies with
white frame cannot be used in this printer.
[Action]
Load paper correctly in tray 5 (Bypass), or use frameless
transparencies.
“5.4 Loading Paper” (P.114)
Incorrect paper type. Reselect
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Set to print
Stop to cancel
Corrupt Log filePress Set key
[Cause]
Incorrect type of paper is loaded.
*These messages are displayed alternately.
[Action]
Load correct type of paper and press the <Eject/Set> button. Or press the <Cancel Job> button to cancel printing.
[Cause]
If the internal hard disk (optional) is installed, data on the
internal hard disk may be destroyed because of a power failure while the printer is operating.
[Action]
Press the <Eject/Set> button on the control panel. Log file
will be initialized.
Initialization of a log file takes several tens of seconds. Do not
switch off this printer during initialization.
6.5 List of Messages
6.5.2
List of Error Codes
If a print job is not completed successfully due to an error or some failure that
has occurred in this printer, the following message with error code (***-***) is displayed.
Check the error code according to the table below, and take the specified action.
●
●
●
When the error code appears, print data remaining in the printer and information spooled in memory will not be guaranteed.
When the power to the printer is switched off, print data remaining in the printer and information
spooled in memory will be erased.
You can also check error codes by using the error history report.
002-770
Cause/action
[Cause]
Job template processing failed because of insufficient hard disk
area.
[Action]
Increase the available hard disk area by deleting unnecessary
data on the internal hard disk.
[Cause]
Communication error occurred between the printer and optional
tray (trays 2 to 4 or trays 3 to 4).
[Action]
Switch off the printer, and check if the connector cables of the
trays are connected correctly to the slots on the rear of the
printer.
If the problem still persists after switching on the printer again,
contact our Customer Support Center. Tray 1 can be used.
007-270
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 1.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 1 can be
used.
007-271
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 2.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 2 can be
used.
007-272
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 3.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 3 can be
used.
007-250
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Error code
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
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Cause/action
007-273
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 4.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 4 can be
used.
007-274
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 5 (Bypass).
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 5 (Bypass)
can be used.
007-276
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 3 (large capacity).
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 3 (large
capacity) can be used.
007-277
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 4 (large capacity).
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 4 (large
capacity) can be used.
007-281
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 1.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 1 can be
used.
007-282
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 2.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 2 can be
used.
007-283
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 3.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 3 can be
used.
007-284
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 4.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 4 can be
used.
007-291
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 3 (large capacity).
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 3 (large
capacity) can be used.
007-293
[Cause]
Failure occurs in tray 4 (large capacity).
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center. Trays other than tray 4 (large
capacity) can be used.
6.5 List of Messages
Error code
007-954
Cause/action
The paper size loaded in the bypass tray is different from that
specified on the print driver.
[Action]
Start printing after specifying the correct paper size on the print
driver.
[Cause]
Failure occurs in the finisher.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center.
[Cause]
The paper ejected to the finisher was taken out before the finisher
tray comes fully down, causing contact with the sensor. Or there
is a foreign object under the finisher tray.
[Action]
Switch off the printer, and switch it on again after removing any
foreign object under the finisher tray. If the problem still persists,
contact our Customer Support Center.
012-255
[Cause]
Failure occurs in the finisher.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center.
012-256
012-257
012-260
012-262
012-267
012-281
016-503
[Cause]
Failure occurs in the finisher.
[Action]
Switch the printer off and on. If the problem still persists, contact
our Customer Support Center.
[Cause]
SMTP server name is not set correctly.
[Action]
Check if the SMTP server is set up correctly with CentreWare
Internet Services. Also, check the settings for the DNS server.
012-241
012-242
012-244
012-252
012-253
012-254
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“4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing”(P.90)
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-504
Cause/action
[Cause]
POP3 server name is not set correctly in [POP before SMTP]
That is performed when e-mail is set.
[Action]
Check if the POP3 server is set up correctly with CentreWare
Internet Services. Also, check the settings for the DNS server.
“4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing”(P.90)
016-505
[Cause]
Login to the POP3 server failed in [POP3 before SMTP] that is
performed when e-mail is sent.
[Action]
Check if the user name and password used by POP3 are correct
with CentreWare Internet services.
“4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing”(P.90)
016-701
[Cause]
Print data cannot be processed, because memory is insufficient.
[Action]
If the [Print Mode] is set to [High Resolution], set it to [High Quality]. If the status is still not improved, set it to [Standard].
Troubleshooting
“4.9 Setting Print Modes”(P.73)
016-702
[Cause]
[Action]
Print data cannot be processed, because the print page buffer is
insufficient.
Take one of the following actions:
If [Print Mode] is set to [High Resolution], set it to [High Quality].
If the status is still not improved, set it to [Standard].
● Use Print Page Mode.
●
Increase the print page buffer capacity.
●
Add memory.
●
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For information about [Print Mode], refer to “4.9 Setting Print
Modes” (P.73). For information about the page print mode, refer to the
on-line help of the print driver. For information about the print page
buffer, refer to “1.5 About Allocation of Memories” (P.20).
016-703
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[Cause]
Delayed Print job cannot be processed because no internal hard
disk (optional) is installed.
[Action]
To use the Delayed Print feature, you need to install the internal
hard disk (optional).
If the internal hard disk is not installed, on the print driver property
screen, set [Hard Disk] to [Not Available] in the [Options] tab.
If the Delayed Print job fails even though the internal hard disk is
installed, contact our Customer Support Center.
6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-705
Cause/action
[Cause]
Secure Print document cannot be registered because no internal
hard disk (optional) is installed.
[Action]
To use the Secure Print feature, you need to install the internal
hard disk (optional).
“4.7 Printing Confidential Documents/Printing after Checking the
Printout (Secure/Sample Print)” (P.65)
[Cause]
The number of Secure/Sample Print users exceeds the upper limit.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary documents/registered secure print users that
are saved in the printer, and try to print again.
016-707
[Cause]
Sample print document cannot be printed because no internal hard
disk (optional) is installed.
[Action]
To use the Sample Print feature, you need to install internal hard
disk (optional).
[Cause]
An error occurred during PCL processing.
[Action]
Try to print again.
[Cause]
Delayed Print document cannot be registered because no internal hard disk (optional) is installed.
[Action]
To use the Delayed Print feature, you need to install the internal
hard disk (optional).
[Cause]
PCL6 print data cannot be processed because of the necessary
memory is insufficient.
[Action]
If the [Print Mode] is [Super Fine], change the setting to [High
Quality] and retry. If the problem is still not corrected, retry after
changing the setting to [Standard].
016-709
016-710
016-711
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016-706
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“4.9 Setting Print Modes” (P.73)
016-716
016-719
016-720
[Cause]
TIFF file cannot be spooled due to insufficient internal hard disk
capacity.
[Action]
Install internal hard disk (optional) or delete unnecessary data on
the internal hard disk to free up space.
[Cause]
PCL print data cannot be processed, because memory is insufficient.
[Action]
Install additional memory to increase memory space.
If printing fails still after memory addition, change the print driver setting.
[Cause]
Detected an unsupported PCL command.
[Action]
Check the print data.
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-721
Cause/action
[Cause]
An error occurred during the print processing. It may be caused
by either of the following:
(1) When [Paper Priority] of [Printer Settings] in the Common
Menu is set to [Not Selected] for all paper types, your print
instruction specified Auto Tray Switch.
(2) An unsupported ESC/P command is detected.
[Action]
In case of (1), set [Paper Priority] to a setting other than [Not
Selected] when you attempt to print with Auto Tray Switch specified. Note that [Paper Priority] is automatically set to [Not
Selected] if [Custom] is selected. In case of (2), check the print
data.
”7.2 Description of Common Menu” (P.256) for the paper priority.
016-726
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[Cause]
When [Print Mode] is set to [Auto], the print language cannot be
automatically selected.
It may be because of the following:
PDF file sent to this printer by using LPR when no internal
hard disk (optional) is installed.
[Action]
Internal hard disk (optional) is required.
[Cause]
TIFF file contains an unsupported tag.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
Cannot print because the number of colors and the resolution of
the TIFF data exceed their upper limits.
[Action]
Check the print data.
016-730
[Cause]
Unsupported command is detected.
[Action]
Check the print data and delete the error-causing command.
Then try to print again.
016-731
[Cause]
Cannot print because the TIFF data sent to the printer is incomplete.
[Action]
Try to print again.
[Cause]
The form designated by Emulation is not registered on the host
side.
[Action]
Send the form data again.
016-748
[Cause]
Cannot print because of insufficient internal hard disk space.
[Action]
Decrease the number of pages to be printed by splitting the print
data or printing only one set at a time when printing multiple
pages.
016-749
016-751
[Cause]
A syntax error in the PJL command occurred.
[Action]
Check the print settings or correct the PJL command.
[Cause]
PDF file cannot be printed by using Contents Bridge.
[Action]
Open PDF file from Adobe Acrobat reader, and try to print it using
[Print] in the [File] menu.
016-728
016-729
016-732
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-752
Cause/action
[Cause]
PDF file cannot be printed by using Contents Bridge because of
insufficient memory.
[Action]
When using the Contents Bridge Utility, change the [Print Mode] settings
in the [Contents Bridge] dialog box as follows:
● If [High Quality] is selected, change it to [Standard].
● If [Standard] is selected, change it to [High Speed].
●
●
016-753
[Cause]
The password of the PDF file is not consistent with the password
that is specified for the printer or the password that is specified by
the Contents Bridge Utility.
[Action]
Specify the correct password for the printer or for the Contents
Bridge Utility, and try to print again.
[Cause]
PDF file cannot be printed unless printing is permitted.
[Action]
Enable PDF file printing by using Adobe Acrobat, and try to print again.
[Cause]
The input password is incorrect.
[Action]
Input the correct password.
[Cause]
Not registered as a service user department.
[Action]
Consult with the meter administrator.
[Cause]
The number of printed pages reached the upper limit for service.
[Action]
Consult with the meter administrator.
[Cause]
An error occurred during PostScript processing.
[Action]
Troubleshooting
016-755
016-757
016-758
016-759
016-760
“4.12 Printing PDF Files Directly (ContentsBridge)”(P.85)
When printing a PDF file by directly using the lpr command instead
of Contents Bridge, refer to "7.2.1 Print Language Setting" (P.256)
and change the setting on the control panel.
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Take one of the following actions:
Set [Print Mode] to [High Quality].
● Increase the print page buffer capacity.
● Increase memory used by PS.
●
"4.9 Setting Print Modes" (P.73) for the print mode.
"1.5 About Allocation of Memories" (P.20) for the print page buffer
and memory used by PS.
016-761
[Cause]
An error occurred during image processing.
[Action]
Set [Print Page Mode] to [On], and try to print again.
For information about [Print Page Mode], refer to the Online Help for
the print driver.
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-762
016-764
016-765
016-766
016-767
Cause/action
[Cause]
The printer does not support the print language used by the job.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
Cannot connect to the SMTP server.
[Action]
Consult with the administrator of the SMTP server.
[Cause]
E-mail cannot be sent because the internal hard disk of the
SMTP server is full.
[Action]
Consult with the administrator of the SMTP server.
[Cause]
An error occurred on the SMTP server.
[Action]
Consult with the administrator of the SMTP server.
[Cause]
E-mail cannot be sent with response code 550, 551 or 553
received from the SMTP server because of incorrect destination
e-mail address specification.
[Action]
Check the destination e-mail address, and send the e-mail again.
"4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing"(P.90)
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016-768
Cannot connect to the SMTP server, because the printer's e-mail
address is not correct.
[Action]
Check the printer's e-mail address.
“4.13.1 Setting up the Environment for E-mail Printing”(P.90)
016-769
016-773
[Cause]
The SMTP server does not support DSN.
[Action]
Send the e-mail without DSN setting.
[Cause]
The IP address of this printer is not set correctly.
[Action]
Check the DHCP environment, or set a fixed IP address for this
printer.
016-781
[Cause]
Cannot connect to the FTP server for file transfer.
[Action]
Check the network cable connection.
016-789
[Cause]
E-mail processing is stopped halfway because the load exceeds
the internal hard disk capacity.
[Action]
Decrease the resolution or decrease scale factor, or split the email into several e-mails to send.
[Cause]
The capacity of the internal hard disk (optional) is insufficient.
[Action]
Increase the empty space by deleting unnecessary data on the
internal hard disk unit, or initialize the internal hard disk unit.
016-793
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[Cause]
6.5 List of Messages
Error code
016-797
Cause/action
[Cause]
Destination address of the e-mail sent to this printer by using the
E-mail print feature is incorrect.
[Action]
Specify the correct destination address, and send the e-mail
again.
“4.13 Sending a Document to the Printer by E-Mail (E-mail Printing)”(P.90)
016-798
016-799
Necessary option (internal hard disk) is not installed.
[Action]
Install the internal hard disk (optional).
[Cause]
Combination of printer parameters is incorrect such that [Paper
Tray Selection] is set to [Auto] while non-standard size is
instructed.
[Action]
Check the print data. If above case is applied, select Tray 5
(Bypass).
024-742
[Cause]
The number of pamphlet pages exceeds the upper limit.
[Action]
Decrease the number of pages, or cancel pamphlet printing, then
try again.
024-746
[Cause]
The specified feature (paper size, paper tray, output tray, or 2
sided report) is inconsistent with the specified paper type.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
Print parameter combination is illegal such as specification of a
non-standard size with [Auto] set for [Paper Source].
[Action]
Check the print data. In the case above, select tray 5 (Bypass).
024-775
[Cause]
The number of pamphlet pages exceeds the upper limit.
[Action]
Decrease the number of pages, or cancel pamphlet printing, then
try again.
027-500
[Cause]
The SMTP server name cannot be resolved when sending
response e-mail.
[Action]
Check correctness of the SMTP server setting from CentreWare
Internet Services.
[Cause]
The POP3 server name for when using the POP3 protocol cannot
be resolved.
[Action]
Check correctness of the POP3 server setting from CentreWare
Internet Services.
[Cause]
Login to the POP3 server failed when using the POP3 protocol.
[Action]
Check correctness of the user name and password setting on
POP3 server from CentreWare Internet Services.
024-747
027-501
027-502
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6.5 List of Messages
Error code
027-797
Cause/action
[Cause]
Destination e-mail address is illegal.
[Action]
Specify the correct address, and send the e-mail again.
“4.13 Sending a Document to the Printer by E-Mail (E-mail Printing)”(P.90)
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116-701
116-702
116-703
[Cause]
2 sided print cannot be done, as memory is insufficient.
[Action]
It is recommended to increase memory capacity.
[Cause]
Alternative font is used for printing.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
An error occurred in PostScript.
[Action]
[Action] Check the print data or set bidirectional communication
to off using spool setting of [Advanced] tab of the print driver.
116-710
[Cause]
It is possible that document size judgment is incorrect, as receive
data exceeds the HP-GL, HP-GL/2 spool size.
[Action]
It is recommended to increase the allocated HP-GL or HPGL/2
auto layout memory or install the extension hard disc.
[Cause]
The specified size and orientation of PCL form do not match the
print paper.
[Action]
Correct the paper size and orientation according to specified PCL
form and then retry.
[Cause]
The form cannot be registered, as PCL form memory is insufficient.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary forms and increase the PCL form memory
capacity.
[Cause]
An HP-GL or HP-GL/2 command error occurred.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
The form cannot be registered, as the upper limit of PCL form
registration has reached.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary forms.
[Cause]
The specified PCL form is not registered yet.
[Action]
Use an already registered form or newly register the form. The
form registration status can be checked using [PCL Forms List].
116-711
116-712
116-714
116-715
116-718
“5.6 Printing Report/List”(P.152)
116-737
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[Cause]
User definition data cannot be registered, as PCL user definition
memory is insufficient.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary data or increase the PCL user definition
memory capacity.
6.5 List of Messages
Error code
116-738
Cause/action
The size and orientation of specified PCL form do not match the
print paper.
[Action]
Correct the size and orientation of print paper according to the
specified PCL form.
[Cause]
The form or log cannot be registered, as the PCL form memory or
hard disc capacity is insufficient.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary data or increase the PCL form memory
capacity.
[Cause]
An arithmetic error occurred, as value exceeding the limit of the
printer is used to the print data.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
The form cannot be registered, as the upper limit of PCL form
registration has been reached.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary forms.
[Cause]
The logo data cannot be registered, as the upper limit of PCL log
data registration has been reached.
[Action]
Delete unnecessary logo data.
116-745
116-746
[Cause]
An PCL command error occurred.
[Action]
Check the print data.
[Cause]
The specified PCL form is not registered yet.
[Action]
Use an already registered form or newly register the form. The
form registration status can be checked using [PCL, ESC/P user
definition list].
116-747
[Cause]
The paper margin is too great against the HP-GL or HP-GL/2
effective coordinate area.
[Action]
Decrease the paper margin value and then retry.
116-748
[Cause]
No drawing data exists in the HP-GL or HP-GL/2 print data.
[Action]
Check the print data.
116-780
[Cause]
A problem exists to the attached document received by the
printer.
[Action]
Check the attached document.
116-739
116-740
116-741
116-742
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[Cause]
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“4.13.2 Sending E-mails”(P.92)
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6.6
Troubleshooting When Working in a TCP/IP Environment
This section describes the causes and verifications of troubles that may occur in a TCP/IP
environment, as well as the actions to be taken for their solutions. For information about
problems in other environments, refer to the manual contained on the Software Pack CDROM supplied with this printer.
6.6.1
For Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me
When Printing is Disabled
The table below lists actions to be taken when you click [Printers] in [Settings] of
the [Start] menu, and the printer status appears as [Unable to print (Network
Error)] in the window displayed.
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Cause
Verification
Action
The printer and computer
are connected to different
networks.
Check with the network system
administrator to verify that the
network connecting the host
computer with this printer is
linked via a router or gateway.
Connect this printer
directly to the network to
which the computer is
connected.
An error has occurred in
the network between the
host computer and this
printer to disable connection.
[Unable to print (Network Error)]
is displayed.
Ask the network system
administrator to check the
network for errors.
Incorrect IP address for
this printer is input.
[Unable to print (Network Error)]
is displayed. Select [Properties]
from the [File] menu of the
printer icon, and then select
[Port Settings] on the
[Advanced] tab. Compare the IP
address in the [FX TCP/IP
Direct Print Utility Port settings]
dialog box with the IP address in
the "System Settings List". For
how to print the "System Settings List", refer to "5.6 Printing
Report/List" (P.152).
Enter the correct IP
address specified for this
printer in the [IP address]
box of the [FX TCP/IP
Direct Print Utility Port
Setting] dialog box.
The printer is switched off
after a print instruction is
sent from the computer, or
a print instruction is sent to
this printer while it is
switched off.
[Unable to print (Network Error)]
is displayed. Check if this printer
is switched on.
Switch on the printer.
6.6 Troubleshooting When Working in a TCP/IP Environment
6.6.2
Cause
Verification
Action
Print requests from multiple computers are sent to
this printer at the same
time.
[Unable to print (Network Error)]
is displayed.
None. (Printing will restart
automatically).
Printing files cannot be
spooled due to insufficient
disk capacity of the computer.
[Unable to print (Spool Error)] is
displayed. Open [My Computer],
and right-click the disk (e.g. Cdrive) installed with Windows 95
®
, Windows 98 ®, or Windows
Me ®. Select [Properties] from
the menu displayed and then
check the free space available.
After deleting unnecessary files to increase the
free disk space, select
[Pause Printing] from the
[Document] menu of the
[Printer] window to restart
printing.
For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
Cause
Verification
Action
Incorrect IP address is
set.
Ask the network system
administrator to check if the IP
address of this printer is correct.
Set the correct address for this
printer.
When [LPD Spool] is
set to [Memory], the
print data sent by the
computer in one print
request has exceeded
the upper limit of the
receiving capacity.
Check memory capacity of
[LPD Spool], and then compare it with the print data that
was sent in one print request.
1. If the print data is a single
file and it exceeds the
upper limit of memory
capacity, split the file into
smaller size within the
upper limit, and then send
them to print.
Troubleshooting
When Printing is Disabled
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2. If the print data consists of
multiple files that exceed
the upper limit of the receiving capacity, reduce the
number of files to be sent
for printing at a time.
An irrecoverable error
has occurred during
print processing.
Check if there are any errors
displayed on the printer control panel.
Switch the printer off and on
again.
The transport protocol
is different from that of
the computer.
Check the selected transport
protocol.
Select the transport protocol
corresponding to that of the
computer.
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6.7
Troubleshooting When Using
CentreWare Internet Services
Symptom
Cannot connect to CentreWare Internet Services.
Action
Is the printer working properly?
Check if the printer is switched on.
Are CentreWare Internet Services activated?
Print out the "System Settings List" to check.
Is the correct Internet address entered?
Check the Internet address again. If connection cannot be
established, enter the IP address in order to connect.
Is the proxy server being used?
Depending on the proxy server, it may not be possible to
establish connection.
Without using the proxy server, configure either the browser
setting to [Not using proxy server] or the address to be connected to [Not using proxy server].
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The "Please wait" message is kept displayed in
the browser.
Wait for a while as instructed.
If nothing happens, try clicking the [Refresh] button of the
browser. If nothing happens, check if the printer is operating
properly.
The [Refresh] button is not
working.
Are you using the specified OS and browser?
Refer to “5.1.1 Outline of CentreWare Internet Services"
(P.96) to check if your OS and browser are compatible.
Selecting the menu in the
left frame does not change
the right frame contents.
The screen display is distorted.
Change the window size of the browser.
The latest information is
not displayed.
Click the [Refresh] button.
Characters are not correctly displayed.
Use Western European language code.
Clicking the [Apply New
Settings] button does not
change anything.
Is the entered value correct?
If the entered value is not a valid entry, it will change automatically to a value that is within the valid limit.
Clicking the [Apply New Settings] button will display
browser messages like "The
server has returned ineffective or unrecognizable
response" or "No data".
Are the user name and password correct?
Enter the correct user name and password.
User name and password are set to "11111" and "x-admin"
upon factory shipment.
Reboot the printer.
6.8
Troubleshooting When
Using E-mail Services
This section describes troubleshooting for E-Mail Notice Service and the E-mail Print feature.
Symptom
Unable to use the E-mail
Print feature.
Action
Is the e-mail address of the printer set?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet Services.
Is [Receive E-mail] set to on?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet services.
Are the IP addresses of the SMTP server and POP3 server (if
POP3 is selected for receiving protocol) set correctly?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet services.
Are the correct POP user name and password set?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet services.
Did you limit the domain from which e-mails can be
received?
Verify with CentreWare Internet Services if your domain is
included in the domain from which e-mails can be received.
Unable to print attached
PDF files with the E-mail
Print feature.
Insufficient memory capacity may disable files that are to be
printed. It is recommended to add memory if you intend to
print large files frequently.
The status of the printer is
not notified with the Mail
Notice Service.
Is the e-mail address of the printer set?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet Services.
Is [Mail Notice Service] set to on?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet Services.
Are the IP addresses of the SMTP server and POP3 server (if
POP3 is selected for receiving protocol) set correctly?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet services.
Troubleshooting
Are the SMTP and POP3 servers working correctly?
Check with your network administrator.
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Are the correct POP user name and password set?
Verify the setting with CentreWare Internet services.
Is the notice item that is to be sent set correctly?
Verify the setting on the [Properties] screen of CentreWare
Internet Services.
Is the correct e-mail destination address entered?
Enter the correct e-mail destination address on the
[Properties] screen of CentreWare Internet Services.
Are the SMTP and POP3 servers working properly?
Check with your network administrator.
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Setting Common
Menu
Outline of Common Menu .............................................................. 254
7.1.1
About Menu Structure..................................................... 254
7.1.2
About Common Menu..................................................... 254
Description of Common Menu ....................................................... 256
7.2.1
Print Language Setting ................................................... 256
7.2.2
The System Administrator Menu .................................... 259
7.2.3
Language........................................................................ 288
Common Menu Basic Operations .................................................. 289
7.3.1
Basic Operations ............................................................ 289
7.3.2
Changing Common Menu Settings................................. 290
List of Common Menu.................................................................... 291
7.1
7.1.1
Outline of Common Menu
About Menu Structure
The Menu consists of Common Menu and Mode Menus.
Setting Common Menu
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7.1.2
About Common Menu
The Common Menu is the screen to configure common settings for the entire
print mode.
The Common Menu is configured as follows:
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Common Menu > Menu item > Setting item > Optional values
The chart shown below is a part of the Common Menu configuration.
Menu
Meter 1
Meter 2
Meter 3
Meter Reading
Admin Menu
Network/Port
Parallel
Port Startup
Enable
Disable
Print Mode
Auto
PS
System Settings
Common Menu
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Menu item
Setting item
Optional values
7.1 Outline of Common Menu
The Common Menu has the following menu items.
Common Menu
Print Language
Description
The menu for setting ESC/P, HP-GL/2, and PCL emulation mode, and for configuring the settings related to functions to directly print PDF files and to print PostScript files.
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Report/List
For information about setting items for directly printing PDF files, refer to "7.2.1
Print Language Setting" (P.256).
For information about setting items for ESC/P, HP-GL/2 and PCL emulation, refer to
the manual contained in the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
The menu for printing out and checking the internal information of the printer
such as the current settings for emulation mode when optional accessories are
installed, printer settings, error history, job history, font, and output summary.
"5.6 Printing Report/List" (P.152)
Meter Reading
The menu for displaying the number of printed sheets on the control panel.
"5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages" (P.162)
The menu for configuring the settings for network/port, system (such as alert
sound, power saver mode), printing, memory, image quality adjustment, printer
setting values, initialization of Hard Disk Drive, and removal of form data.
You cannot configure any settings for ports set to [disable].
For information about setting items for the System Administrator Menu, refer to "7.2.2
The System Administrator Menu" (P.259). For information about the basic operation,
refer to "7.3.2 Changing Common Menu Settings" (P.290).
Language
The menu for changing the display language of the operator panel. Select
Japanese or English.
Setting Common Menu
Admin Menu
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7.2
Description of Common
Menu
This section describes the items which you can set by [Print Language], [Admin Menu], and
[Language] of the Common Menu.
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For information about the operation to check the meter, refer to "5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages"
(P.162).
For information about reports/lists, refer to "5.6 Printing Report/List" (P.152).
For information about the procedures to set all the other Common Menu items, refer to "7.3.2 Changing Common Menu Settings" (P.290).
CentreWare Internet Services enables more detailed settings. For more information, refer to "5.1 Configuring the
Printer from the Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
7.2.1
Print Language Setting
[Print Language] enables you to configure settings for ESC/P, HP-GL/2, PCL
emulation mode, and settings related to the function to directly print PDF files.
This setting is adjusted on the Mode Menu screen.
Setting Common Menu
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ESCP
For information about setting items for ESCP, refer to the ESC/P Emulation Settings Guide contained on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
HPGL
For information about setting items for HP-GL, and HP-GL/2 emulations, refer to
the HP-GL, HP-GL/2 Emulation Settings Guide contained on the "Driver CD Kit"
CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
PCL
For information about setting items for PCL, refer to the PCL Emulation Settings
Guide contained on the "Driver CD Kit" CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
PostScript
For information about setting items for PostScript, refer to the manual contained
on the "PostScript Driver Library" CD-ROM.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
PDF
Enables you to configure settings to directly send PDF files to the printer for
printing without using a print driver.
The settings are enabled when the ContentsBridge utility is not used for printing
of PDF files.
"4.12 Printing PDF Files Directly (ContentsBridge)" (P.85)
Process Mode
Select the mode in which print jobs for PDF files are processed.
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The output result may differ depending on which [PDF Bridge] or [PS] is selected.
The setting for [Layout] is disabled when [PS] is selected.
[PDF Bridge] (default)
Processes PDF files using Fuji Xerox unique technologies to print them directly to the printer.
[PS]
Processes PDF files using the functions of Adobe Post Script.
Sets the number of copies in a range of 1 to 999. The default is [1 Sets].
2 Sided Print
Set 2 sided print.
[Off] (default)
Disables 2-sided print.
[Long Edge Flip]
Enables 2-sided print for documents bound on the long edge.
[Short Edge Flip]
Enables 2-sided print for documents bound on the short edge.
Print Mode
Set whether to put the priority on image quality or printing speed.
[Normal] (default)
Prints at standard speed and with standard image quality.
[High Quality]
Prints at lower speed and with higher image quality.
[High Speed]
Prints at high speed with lower image quality.
Setting Common Menu
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Password
If a password is set for the PDF file, set the password beforehand. Printing is enabled only when the
password set for the PDF file and the password you entered match.
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters can be used.
Collated
Set whether to collate the printed sheets by copy (1, 2, 3...1, 2, 3...) when printing more than one
copy.
The default is [Off].
Output Size
Set the output paper size.
[A4] (default)
Print on A4 size paper.
[Auto]
Automatically selects the output paper size according to the document size and settings of the PDF
file to be printed.
If [8x11"] is set in the print setting [Basic Paper Size], [8x11"] is displayed instead of [A4].
If [8x11"] is selected, letter-size (8x 11 inches) paper is used.
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Layout
Set the print layout.
This item is available when [Process Mode] is set to [PDF Bridge].
[Auto %] (default)
Automatically sets % of printing so that the document is enlarged to a maximum, to fit the output
paper size. A4 size or letter size is automatically selected according to the document size of the PDF
file when printed.
[100% (No Zoom)]
Sets 100% for printing, regardless of the output paper size.
[Booklet]
Enables 2-sided print, allocating pages to individual sheets of output paper like a catalogue according
to the page composition of the PDF file. However, catalogue printing is disabled depending on the
page composition. In this case, [Auto %] is used instead.
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When [Output Size] is set to [A4], the document is printed on A4 size paper.
When [Output Size] is set to [Auto], it is printed on A3 or A4 size paper.
[2 Up]
Prints 2 pages of a document on each sheet of output paper. When [2 Up] is selected, the paper size is
fixed to A4.
[4 Up]
Prints 4 pages of a document on each sheet of output paper. When [4 Up] is selected, the paper size is
fixed to A4.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Output Color
Set whether to print in color or black and white.
[Color (Auto)] (default)
Automatically detects if the document is color or black and white by each page. When any color is
used, the page is printed in color and, when the page is monochrome, it is printed in black and white.
[Black]
Prints in black and white.
7.2.2
The System Administrator Menu
The menu for configuring the settings for Network/Port, System Settings (such
as alert tone, power saver mode), Printer Settings, Allocate Memory, Image
Quality, initializing the printer's settings or the hard disk, removal of form data.
Network/Port
The menu to configure necessary settings for the type of interface of the printer
connected to the computer and for network communications.
Set when using a parallel interface.
■Port Startup
Set the status to [Enable] or [Disable] in parallel interface when the power is switched on. The
default is [Enable], which allows the use of the parallel interface.
Set the status of ports that are not used to [Disabled] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
Setting Common Menu
Parallel
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this printer regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the printer is processing using different print language. Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
■Adobe Protocol
Set the communications protocol for PostScript.
The optional values are as follows:
[Normal] (default)
Select when the communications protocol is ASCII format.
[Binary]
Select when the communications protocol is Binary format. The processing of printing in Binary format may be faster than that of [Normal] depending on the type of data.
[TBCP]
Select when both ASCII format and Binary format are used in the communications protocol, and to
switch over by a specified control code.
Set up accordingly with data format output by the print driver on the computer.
Use [Normal] for normal operation.
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These settings can be used only when the parallel print mode is [PS].
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■Auto Eject Time (Note 1) (P.287)
Set the time to output the remaining data in the printer, in case data transmission is interrupted.
You can select from 5 to 1275 seconds, within 5-second interval. The default is [30 Secs]. When the
next data is not received during this time, it is recognized as the end of the job.
■Bi-directional
Enable or disable bi-directional communications (IEEE1284) for the parallel interface. The default is
[Enable].
7.2 Description of Common Menu
LPD
Set when using LPD.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the LPD port to [Enable] or [Disable] when switching on the power. The default is
[Enable], which allows the use of the LPD port.
To activate the LPD port, need to set the IP address.
When the port is set to [Enable], and if there is insufficient memory, the status of the port may automatically be
reset to [Disable]. Set unused port status to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Print Mode (Note 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
■Connect Time-out (Note 1) (P.287)
Set up how long it takes to disconnect after data stops being transmitted during data transmission,
within the range from 2 to 3600 seconds with a 1-second interval. The default is [16Secs].
■TBCP Filter
Set the TBCP filter to enable or disable, while data from the PostScript is being processed. The
default is [Disable].
Setting Common Menu
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
With this printer, you can use the [PJL] command regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the printer is processing different print language.
Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
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■Port No.
Specify the port number in the range of 8000 to 9999. The default is [515].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
NetWare
Set when using NetWare.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the NetWare port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set to [Enable] when you use NetWare.
When activating the port, the status of the port may be set to [Disable] due to insufficient memory. Set the
unused port status to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Transport Protocol
Set the Protocol of the transport levels of the NetWare. You can use either IPX/SPX or TCP/IP, or
both of them. The default is [TCP/IP, IPX/SPX].
To use TCP/IP, need to set the IP address both the computer and the machine.
Setting Common Menu
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■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this printer regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Setting the status of
the PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the printer is processing different print language.
Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
■No. of Search (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the number of times to search in the file server.
You can set the number of search from 1 to 100 times, or no limit. The searching interval is at 1
minute increments.
The default is [No Limit].
■TBCP Filter
Set the TBCP filter to enable or disable, while data from the PostScript is being processed. The
default is [Disable].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
SMB
Set when using SMB.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the SMB port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Enable], to use SMB.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the unused port status to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Transport Protocol
Set the protocol of the transport levels of the SMB. You can use either NetBEUI or TCP/IP or both of
them. The default is [TCP/IP, NetBEUI].
To use TCP/IP, need to set the IP address both the computer and the machine.
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this printer regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the machine is processing in different print language. Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
■TBCP Filter
Set the TBCP filter to enable or disable, while data from the PostScript is being processed. The
default is [Disable].
Setting Common Menu
■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
IPP
Set when using IPP.
■Port Startup
Set the status of IPP port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is [Disable].
Set to [Enable] when you use IPP.
To activate the IPP port, need to set the IP address.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the status of the unused port to [Disable], or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate
Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
Setting Common Menu
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■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
With this printer you can use the PJL command regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the machine is processing in different print language. Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
■Access Control
Set the access control to enable or disable when canceling, deleting, or pausing a print job. The
default is [Disable].
■DNS
Set whether or not to use the name registered in the Domain Name System (DNS) when the printer is
being recognized. The default is [Enable], which is used as the DNS name. When [Disable] is set,
recognition is processed under the IP Address.
■Add Port No. (Note 1) (P.287)
Set an additional port number from 1 to 65535. The default is [80].
■Connect Time-Out
Set up how long it takes to disconnect after data stops being transmitted while receiving print data, in
the range of 0 to 65535 seconds with a 1-second interval. The default is [60 Secs].
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■TBCP Filter
Set the TBCP filter to enable or disable, while data from the PostScript is being processed. The
default is [Disable].
EtherTalk
Set when using EtherTalk.
■Port Startup
Set the status of EtherTalk port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use EtherTalk.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the status of the unused port to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate
Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this printer regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the printer is processing different print language.
Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
Set to use the USB 1.1 port.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the USB port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use the USB port.
Set the status of the unused port to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in
case of insufficient memory.
■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
Setting Common Menu
USB-1 (1.1)
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
■PJL (Note 1) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this machine regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the printer is processing in different print language. Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
■Auto Eject Time (Note 1) (P.287)
Set the time to output remaining data in the printer, in case data transmission is interrupted. You can
select from 5 to 1275 seconds, in 5 second increments. The default is [30 Secs]. When the next data
is not received during this time, it is recognized as the end of job.
■Adobe Protocol
Set the communications protocol for PostScript.
[Normal] (default)
Select when the communications protocol is ASCII format.
[Binary]
Select when the communications protocol is Binary format. According to data, the processing speed
of printing in Binary format may be faster than that of [Normal].
[TBCP]
Select when both ASCII format and Binary format is installed in one communications protocol, and
to switch by a specified control code.
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Set up accordingly with data format output by the print driver on the computer.
Use [Normal] for normal operation.
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This settings can be used only when it is printed with PostScript.
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USB-2 (2.0)
Set to use the USB 2.0 port.
The setting items and contents are the same as those of [USB-1 (1.1)].
The default is [Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use the USB port.
7.2 Description of Common Menu
Port9100
Set when using Port9100.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the Port9100 port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use Port9100.
To activate the port9100 port, need to set the IP address.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the status of the unused port to [Disable], or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate
Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Print Mode (LOOK 1) (P.287)
Set the process method (targeted print language) of the print data.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Automatically detects which print language is used in data received from the computer, and prints
accordingly with data.
[PS] [ESC/P] [HP-GL/2] [PCL] [TIFF]
Data received from the computer is processed.
■Connect Time-Out (Note 1) (P.287)
Set up how long it takes to disconnect after data stops being transmitted while receiving print data in
the range of 2 to 65535 seconds with a 1-second interval. The default is [60 Secs].
■Port No.
Set the port number in the range of 1 to 65535. The default is [9100].
■TBCP Filter
Set the TBCP filter to enable or disable, while data from the PostScript is being processed. The
default is [Disable].
Setting Common Menu
■PJL (LOOK 2) (P.287)
You can use the PJL command with this printer regardless of any print languages used. The PJL
command controls the print job, and is necessary when you use the print driver. Set the status of the
PJL command sent from the computer to enable or disable. By using the PJL command, you can
select any print language for the next data, even if the machine is processing in different print language. Set [Enable] for normal use. The default is [Enable].
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UPnP
Set when using Universal Plug and Play (UPnP).
■Port Startup
Set the status of the UPnP port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use UPnP.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the status of the unused port to [Disable], or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate
Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Port No.
Select the port number in the range of 1 to 65535. The default is [80].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
SOAP
Set the SOAP port.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the SOAP port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Disable]. Set [Enable] when you use SOAP.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Set the status of the unused port to [Disable], or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate
Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Port No.
Select the port number in the range of 1 to 65535. The default is [80].
Setting Common Menu
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
SNMP
Set when using SNMP. You need to set the SNMP server to use an application, which controls printers remotely. Information from the printers is under control of the SNMP server, and the application
collects information on the printers from the SNMP server.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the SNMP port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The default is
[Enable], to use SNMP.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Select the status of the unused port to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
■Transport Protocol
Set the protocol of the transport levels of SNMP. You can use either IPX or UDP, or both of them.
The default is [UDP].
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IP Address is needed on both the computer and the printer to use UDP.
Refer to the manual for the application software, to know which protocol to use.
■Community (R/W)
Set a community name for reading the control information (MIB) on the printer. You can set 1-12
alphanumeric characters. The default is [Unregistered].
■Community (Trap)
Set a community name for the Trap using 1-12 alphanumeric characters. The default is [Unregistered].
TCP/IP Setting
■Get IP Address
Set to obtain necessary information in order to use TCP/IP (IP address, subnet mask, and gateway
address) from the Dynamic Host Configuration (DHCP) server, the DHCP/Autonet server, the
BOOTP server, or the RARP server, automatically or manually. Contact the network administrator to
set the IP address manually. The default is [DHCP/Autonet]. A connectable DHCP server is
searched. If no DHCP server is available, this machine allocates an address.
Setting Common Menu
■Community (R)
Set a community name for reading the control information (MIB) on the printer. You can set 1-12
alphanumeric characters. The default is [Unregistered].
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If [Manual] is specified from [DHCP/Autonet], [DHCP], [BOOTP], or [RARP], an IP address setting screen is
displayed for manual setting.
■IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Address (Note 1) (P.287)
You can use these functions to check the IP Address, which has been obtained automatically, and to
set the IP Address manually. Enter the IP address in a format as follows: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx . xxx
needs to be in the range of 0 to 255.
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A wrong IP address may cause trouble to the entire network.
When setting the subnet mask, if you enter the invalid value, the previously entered value will be displayed
after pressing <Menu> (for example, when "0" has been set in the middle of the bits). You cannot move to
another setting function until the right value is set on the registration screen.
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Set it only when you need to specify the gateway address. You may not need to set the gateway address, when
the environment can set it automatically.
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Internet Services
Set whether or not to use the Internet Services.
■Port Startup
Set the status of the Internet Services port to enable or disable when the power is switched on. The
default is [Enable]. When [Enable] is set, you can display status or changes settings of this machine
through a web browser by using CentreWare Internet Services.
If memory becomes insufficient when the port is set to [Enable], the status of the port may be automatically set
to [Disable]. Select the status of the unused port to [Disable] or change memory allocation capacity at [Allocate Memory], in case of insufficient memory.
Setting Common Menu
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To enable Internet services, you need to set the IP address on both the computer and this printer.
■Port No.
Select the port number in the range of 1 to 65535. The default is [80].
WINS Server
■Get DHCP Address
Set to obtain the IP address, necessary for using the Windows Internet Service (WINS), from the
DHCP server, automatically or manually Check with the network system administrator to set the IP
address manually. The default is [On].
If the setting is changed from [On] to [Off], an IP address setting screen is displayed for manual setting.
■Primary IP Address and Secondary IP Address (Note 1) (P.287)
You can use these functions to check the IP Address, which has been obtained automatically, and to
set the IP Address manually. Enter the IP address in a format as follows: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx . xxx
refers to the value between 0 to 255. In case the primary IP address is invalid, the secondary IP
address will also be invalid.
A wrong IP address may cause trouble to the entire network.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Ethernet
Set the communication speed and the type of the connector for the Ethernet interface.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
The machine is switched to 100M full duplex, 100M half duplex, 10M full duplex, or 10M half
duplex automatically.
[100M Full Dup]
Select for 100M full duplex only.
[100M Half Dup]
Select for 100M half duplex only.
[10M Full Dup]
Select for 10M full duplex only.
[10M Half Dup]
Select for 10M half duplex only.
IPX/SPX Frame Type
Filter
■IP Filter
Set whether to limit the reception IP address for printing. When [On] is set, a printing job cannot be
processed except from registered IP addresses. The default is [Off].
In case the registered IP address is all 000. 000. 000. 000, the command is disabled even if [On] is selected.
Setting Common Menu
Set the active frame type of IPX/SPX.
The optional values are as follows:
[Auto] (default)
Set the frame type automatically.
[Ethernet II]
Use the frame type specified for Ethernet.
[Ethernet 802.3]
Use the frame type specified for IEEE802.3.
[Ethernet 802.2]
Use the frame type specified for IEEE802.3/IEEE802.2.
[Ethernet SNAP]
Use the frame type specified for IEEE802.3/IEEE802.2/SNAP.
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■IP Address (Note 1) (P.287)
To limit acceptable IP addresses, register the IP address from which to receive print jobs. Up to 10 IP
addresses can be registered. The address mask is set for the registered IP address. Enter the IP
address and the address mask in a format as follows: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx . xxx needs to be in the range
of 0 to 255.
For example, if you set the [IP Address]: [129.249.110.23], [IP Address Mask]: [255.255.255.0],
the accepted IP addresses are [129.249.110* (1 to 254)].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
SNTP Settings
Set the system clock of this machine by Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP).
■NTP Synchronize
Set whether to set the clock of this printer in synchronization with the NTP server. The default is
[Off].
■Connect Interval
Set the NTP server connection interval in the range of 1 to 500 hour, incremented by one hour. The
default is [168 Hour(s)].
■ NTP IP Address (Note 1)(P.287)
Set the IP address of the NTP server to connect. The IP address input format is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.
xxx is a numeric value from 0 to 255. The default is [000.000.000.000].
A wrong IP address may cause trouble to the entire network.
HTTP-SSL/TLS
Set this to encrypt HTTP communication by using SSL or TLS. This item is available when a server
certificate is registered in this printer.
Setting Common Menu
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■Enabled/Disabled
Set whether to enable or disable encrypted communication by SSL or TLS. The default is [Off]. Set
[On] to encrypt HTTP communication data.
■Port No
Set a port number in the range from 1 to 65535. The default is [443].
7.2 Description of Common Menu
System Settings
The menu for configuring the settings of functions such as alert tone and the
power saver mode.
Alert Tone
Set whether to activate the alert when there is something wrong with this machine. The default is
[Off]. The volume cannot be controlled.
Panel Settings (Note 1) (P.287)
■Panel Lock
Set whether to limit operation on the menu control and mode menu by password. When [On] is set,
the password must be entered to operate the menu control and the mode menu. The default is [Off].
When no password is set while [On] is specified, the setting screen for the password appears. Enter password
using 4 digits numbers by pressing the < > or < > button. Press the < > or < > button to move the
figures.
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[0000] cannot be used as a password.
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Unless you set [On] for limitation of the control panel, you cannot change the password.
■Authentication error access rejection
Set whether to reject access when an authentication error occurs by invalid password input. If [On] is
set, a screen is displayed to set an authentication count until access rejection. The default is [On].
■Authentication count
Set the authentication count until access rejection in the range of 1 to 10 times. The default is [5
Time(s)].
This item can be set when the authentication error access rejection is [On].
Menu Auto Clear (Note 1) (P.287)
Setting Common Menu
■Change Password
You can change the password when use of the control panel is limited. Enter the present password, 4
digits, the setting screen for the password appears. Set the new password.
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Set whether to release menu display on the control panel automatically. You can set no release or set
the time to release in the range of 1 to 30 minutes incremented by 1 minute. The default is [Off].
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Power Saver Mode
Set whether to automatically save power consumption by the machine after a given period. The
default is [Enable].
If power saver mode is [Disable], you cannot set sleep mode to [Disable].
“5.8 Using Power Saver Mode" (P.166)
Power Save Timer (Note 1) (P.287)
Set the duration of time to switch the printer to the power saver mode in the range of 15 to 240 minutes incremented by 1 minute. In the power saver mode, the <Power Saver> button is lit. The default
is [15 Mins].
Sleep Mode
Set whether or not to use the sleep mode that saves power consumption more than the power saver
mode. The default is [Enable].
If power saver mode is [Disable], you cannot set sleep mode to [Disable].
Setting Common Menu
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“5.8 Using Power Saver Mode" (P.166)
Sleep Mode Timer (Note 1) (P.287)
Set the duration of time to switch the printer to the sleep mode in the range of 15 to 240 minutes
incremented by 1 minute. In the sleep mode, the <Power Saver> button lights up. The default is [30
Mins].
“5.8 Using Power Saver Mode" (P.166)
Auto Job History
Set whether to print automatically the job history report, which is the information about finished
print data.
If memory becomes full when [Print] is set, the job history of the print data is automatically printed
in order of the 50 oldest print jobs that have not been output. The data under action and waiting for
action is not recorded.
The default is [Do Not Print].
2 Sided Report
Set whether to print the report/list data 1 sided or 2 sided. The default is [1 Sided].
Printable Area
Set whether to extend the printable area. This is valid for printing by emulation (HP-GL/2, or PCL)
and PostScript. The default is [Normal].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Banner Sheet
■Banner Output
Set whether to output the banner sheet. You can select to print banner sheet before printing the document or after, or both. The default is [Off].
■Banner Tray
Select the tray to output the banner sheet from the Trays 1 to 4. The default is [Tray 1].
Secure Print
Set whether or not to use the secure print function.
[Enable] (default)
The secure print function is on.
[Disable]
You cannot print secure print jobs.
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed. Set whether or not to use the
secure print function. The default is [Enable] to use the secure print function.
If [Disable] is set, secure printing is not available.
Machine Clock (Note 1) (P.287)
■Set Date
Set in the form of YYYY/MM/DD like 2003/01/01.
■Set Time
Set in the form of HH/MM like 12/02.
■Date Format
Select the order of the date display on the screen from YYYY/MM/DD (year/month/day), MM/DD/
YYYY (month/day/year), or DD/MM/YYYY (day/month/year).
■Time Format
Select the time display either 12-hour or 24-hour.
■Time Zone
If necessary, set the time zone.
Setting Common Menu
Set the date (year/month/day), and time (hour/minute) of the system clock in the machine in format
of A.D (4 digits from 2000 to 2099) and 24 hours. The date/time set here is printed on the report or
the list.
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■Daylight Savings, Start Date, End Date
If necessary, set summer time.
Print Speed
Set the first printing speed with color or monochrome priority. The default is [Color].
Drum Life End
Message is displayed when the drum cartridge is nearly empty. After the message is displayed, you
can normally print about 2500 sheets.
Select whether to cancel print operation when replacing the drum cartridge.
[Cancel Print] (default)
When the message is displayed, the printing job is cancelled until the drum cartridge is replaced with
a new one.
[Continue Print]
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The printing job will be continued, even if the drum cartridge is nearly empty.
The drum cartridge comes to the end of life after about 30,000 pages are printed. This may affect the printer's
performance such as image printing quality. It is recommended to replace the drum cartridge.
Millimeter/Inch Switching
Set the unit of display to mm or inch. The default is [mm].
Data Encryption
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Set encryption for data in the system (NV memory or the Hard Disk Drive).
Changing the setting of this item initializes the Hard Disk Drive.
■Encryption
Set whether to encrypt data. The default is [Off]. When [On] is set, specify an encryption key.
■Encryption Key
Set a 12-digit numeric key when encrypting data. The default is [000000000000].
Setting Common Menu
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Even when an encryption key is set for security, the setting screen always displays the initial value
[000000000000].
Overwrite HD
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Set whether to overwrite data in the Hard Disk Drive. If data may be overwritten, set the overwrite
count to [1 Time] or [3 Times]. The default is [3 Times].
Auto Job Promote
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Set whether to permit or prohibit auto job promotion. The default is [Off].
Software Download
Set whether to permit or prohibit software download. The default is [On].
Auditron Mode
This machine checks whether each user is permitted to use the machine (authentication) and can
count the number of prints for each authenticated user. For authentication, set the recording of
authentication failures ([User Details Setup]).
CentreWare Internet Services is used to register a password in this machine. For the registration method, refer
to Online Help of CentreWare Internet Services.
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■Login Setup
Set whether to make local access.
The optional values are as follows:
[Off] (default)
No authentication
[Local Access]
Authentication by local access
■User Details Setup
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Failed Access Log
To detect illegal access, a login authentication failure is recorded if authentication fails a specified
number of times within 10 seconds. Set whether to record an authentication failure. When recording
an authentication failure, specify the number of failures in the range from 1 to 600 times. The default
for recording is [On] and that for the number of login attempts is [10 Times].
Stored Documents
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Specify how long to keep stored documents. After a certain specified period, stored documents will
be deleted automatically.
When [On] is set, the settings of [Doc Expiry Date], [Docs deleted at], [Del Secure Print], and [Del Sample
Print] become valid.
■Docs kept for
Set the storage period (number of days) in a range from 1 to 14 days, incremented by one day. The
default is [7 Days].
■Docs deleted at
Set the time when to delete expired documents. The default is [03: 00AM] or [03: 00].
■Del Secure Print
Set whether to delete secure prints. The default is [Disable] (not to delete).
Setting Common Menu
■Doc Expiry Date
Set whether to delete stored documents after a specified period.
[Off] (default)
Do not delete.
[On]
Delete after a specified period.
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■Del Sample Print
Set whether to delete sample prints. The default is [Disable] (not to delete).
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Printer Settings
The menu for setting the auto tray switch and the paper tray.
For details about automatic tray selection, refer to "5.4.7 Automatic Tray Selection" (P.133).
Substitute Tray
Set whether to print using substitute paper when the tray selected by the auto paper switch runs out of
paper. When using this function, select the paper size. The optional values are as follows:
[Off] (default)
The message to load paper is displayed, instead of using substitute paper.
[Larger Size]
It is switched to print with equal magnification as the original document(s) on the second largest
sized paper from the selected paper size.
[Nearest Size]
Printing on the closest matching paper size as the selected paper size. Images may automatically be
reduced if necessary.
[Bypass Feed]
Printing on the paper loaded in the Tray 5 (Bypass).
The instruction from the computer takes precedence, if any is specified from the computer.
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Priority is given to an instruction from the computer if any.
Paper Type Error
Set whether to display a confirmation screen or use a different type of paper without confirmation if
no tray has a type of paper specified for the print job. The optional values are as follows:
[Confirm Screen] (default)
Displays a confirmation screen for canceling the job or to using a different type of paper.
[Print]
Uses the currently loaded paper for printing.
7.2 Description of Common Menu
Paper Type
Set the paper type to be loaded in the paper tray. The default is [Plain] for all paper trays. The name
set in [Paper Name] is displayed as [Custom 1] to [Custom 5].
■Trays 1 to 4
Select from [Plain], [Recycled], [Bond], [Side 2 Paper], [Heavyweight 1], [Heavyweight 1(A)],
[Heavyweight 1(B)], [Heavyweight 1(C)], [Heavyweight 1(S)], [Transparency], [Coated 1], [Lightweight], or [Custom 1] to [Custom 5].
Loading coated paper into the Tray 5 (Bypass) is recommended.
(A), (B), (C), (D), and (S) represent image qualities. For details, refer to "Paper Image Qty" (P.280).
● [Tray 2] to [Tray 4] are available when the optional trays are mounted.
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■Tray 5
Select from [Plain], [Recycled], [Bond], [Side 2 Paper], [Heavyweight 1], [Heavywt 1 S2], [Heavyweight 2], [Heavywt 2 S2], [Transparency], [Coated 1], [Coated 1 S2], [Coated 2], [Coated 2 S2],
[Labels], [Lightweight], or [Custom 1] to [Custom 5].
Paper Priority
Set the priority of paper type in each tray selected by the auto tray switch. The name set in [Paper
Name] is displayed as Custom 1 to 5.
Tray Priority
When the optional paper tray is installed, set the priority of the trays from 1 to 4, to be automatically
selected by the auto tray switch.
The paper tray 5 (Bypass) is not included in the selection.
This item is available when the optional tray is mounted.
■1st to 3rd
Set the target tray to [1] to [3].
Same paper tray cannot be selected to each order. [2] tray can be selected from any tray except the
one which is chosen as [1] and [3] can be selected from any tray except [1] and [2]. Remaining paper
tray will be set to the 4th. By default, the order of the priority is set to the number of the paper trays 1
to 4.
Setting Common Menu
■Plain, Recycled, Side 2 Paper, Lightweight and Custom 1 to 5
Select the priority from [Not Selected] or [1] to [15] for each paper type.
You can select the same priority for different types of paper. The selection of a paper tray depends on
the [Tray Priority]. When [Not Selected] is selected, the paper tray may not be selected by the auto
tray switch. The default is [1] for [Plain], [2] for [Recycled]/[Side 2 Paper]/[Lightweight], and others
are [Not Selected].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Paper Size
Set the paper size to load into the paper tray.
For information about suitable paper sizes, refer to "A Main Specifications" (P.298).
■Trays 1 to 4
[Auto] (default)
Select when loading paper of standard size.
[Non-Std]
Select [Non-Std] when printing with non-standard paper size, and specify its long edge and short
edge. Specify the edges in mm or inch whichever selected at System Settings [mm/inch]. The setting
range depends on the unit.
mm: Short edge from 148 to 29 7 mm x Long edge from 210 to 432 mm (PostScript: 140 to 432
mm)
Inch: Short edge from 5.8 to 11.7 inches x Long edge from 8.3 to 17.0 inches
[Tray 2] to [Tray 4] are available when the optional trays are mounted.
Paper Image Qty
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You can set image quality according to the paper type: [Plain], [Recycled], [Bond], [Side 2 Paper],
[Heavyweight 1], [Heavyweight 1 S2], [Heavyweight 2], [Heavyweight 2 S2], or [Custom 1] to
[Custom 5]. [User 1] to [User 5] are used to set different image qualities when plain paper is loaded
on more than one tray. Names specified at [Paper Name] are displayed for [User 1] to [User 5].
Set image quality for each type of paper. The optional values are as follows:
■[Plain], [Recycled], [Plain], [Recycled], [Bond], [Side 2 Paper], Custom 1] to [Custom 5]
A: (Default of [Bond])
Suitable for J paper (82g/m2) and other bond paper dedicated to color prints.
B: (Default of [Plain] and [Side 2 Paper])
Suitable for general office paper (P paper, C2, paper, and other).
C: (Default of [Recycled])
Suitable for recycled paper (C2 paper, WR100 paper, and other).
D: Select this for bad paper* subject to quality irregularities during printing.
E: Image quality of [D] with a small number of lines. Select this if quality irregularities are conspicuous even in prints by [D]. However, this image quality is available only when [Print Mode]
is set to [Bond] in the properties of the print driver and when [Print Mode] is [Normal], [Quality
Adjustment Mode] is [Recommended], and [Recommended Quality Type] is [Photo] or [Presentation] at printing.
F: Select this for bad paper* weighing 90 g/m2 and subject to quality irregularities during printing.
G: Image quality of [F] with a small number of lines. Select this if quality irregularities are conspicuous even in prints by [F]. However, this image quality is available only when [Print Mode]
is set to [Bond] in the properties of the print driver and when [Print Mode] is [Normal], [Quality
Adjustment Mode] is [Recommended], and [Recommended Quality Type] is [Photo] or [Presentation] at printing.
S: Suitable for paper, plain but heavyweight.
*Bad paper means that you see irregularities clearly in surface transparency when you hold it against
the sun.
7.2 Description of Common Menu
■[Heavyweight 1], [Heavyweight 1 S2]
A: (default)
Suitable for [Heavyweight 1] (99 to 169 g/m2).
■[Heavyweight 2], [Heavyweight 2 S2]
A: (default)
Suitable for [Heavyweight 2] (170 to 220 g/m2).
1B, 1C, 1S, 2B, 2C, 2D, and 2S are not supported.
Paper Name
Up to five paper names can be registered.
■User 1 to User 5
Set 1 to 8 alphanumeric characters for each.
Center Tray Offset
Set a paper ejection method when using the offset ejection function for the center tray. Select [Offset
Per Set], [Offset Per Job], or [Off]. The setting becomes valid when offset ejection is not specified
from the computer side. The default is [Offset Per Set].
Finisher Tray Offset
Set a paper ejection method when using the offset ejection function for the finisher tray.
Select [Offset Per Set], [Offset Per Job], or [Off]. The setting becomes valid when offset ejection is
not specified from the computer side. The default is [Offset Per Set].
This item is available when the finisher is mounted.
Print ID
Print a user ID at a specific position. The default is [Off].
Odd Page 2 Sided
Setting Common Menu
This item is available when the finisher is not mounted.
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If this machine has a 2-sided print function and is used to print a document having an odd number of
pages, set whether to output the first page by 1-sided or 2-sided printing. The default is [1 Sided].
Print Unused Form
Set whether to cancel printing or print data only if a non-registered form is specified at printing. The
default is [On (Data only)].
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Default Paper Size
Set the initial paper size to either A4 or 8.5 x 11" (Letter). The default is [A4].
Paper Size Group
Set a paper size for the automatic detection of a standard-size document and paper. You can select a
size from AB Series (8 x 13"), AB Series, AB Series (8-kai/16-kai), AB Series (8 x 13"/8 x 14"), and
Inch Series. The default is [AB(8K/16K)].
Paper Size Group
AB Series
(8 x 13")
AB Series
AB Series
(8-kai/16-kai)
AB Series
(8 x 13"/8 x 14")
Inch Series
Loading Position
Trays 1 - 4
High-capacity
Trays 3 - 4
Trays 1 - 4
High-capacity
Trays 3 - 4
Trays 1 - 4
High-capacity
Trays 3 - 4
Trays 1 - 4
High-capacity
Trays 3 - 4
Trays 1 - 4
High-capacity
Trays 3 - 4
A5
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
A4
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
A4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
A3
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
B5
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
B5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
B4
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
5.5 x 8.5
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
8 x 10
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
8.5 x 11
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
8.5 x 11
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
8.5 x 13
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
8.5 x 14
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
11 x 17
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
16-kai
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
8-kai
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Size/Direction
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Allocate Memory
[Note 1] (P.287)
The menu for changing the capacities of interface memory and form memory.
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After changing memory allocation capacity, all stored data in each memory may be erased due to
re-setting of memory.
Memory exceeding total capacity cannot be allocated. If the value exceeds the capacity of the internal memory when the power is switched on, memory allocation will be automatically adjusted by
the computer system. For details about memory allocation, refer to "1.5 About Allocation of Memories" (P.20).
If setting the port to [Enable] leads to insufficient memory, the port status may be set to Disabled
automatically. In this case, either set the port to [Disable] when it is not used or change memory
allocation capacity. However, the parallel port and the USB port are not automatically set to disabled.
PS
Specify memory capacity for the Post Script.
Set memory capacity in the range of 8.00 to 96.00 MB, incremented by 0.25 MB. The default is
[24.00M]. The maximum value which can be set varies depending on the available memory.
HPGL Auto Layout
Buffer Size
Set memory capacity by each interface for reception buffer capacity, which is the area to store transported data from the computer temporarily. Set the spool, setting area and memory capacity for LPD,
SMB, and IPP.
You can change the receiving buffer capacity to status and destination. As the receiving buffer
capacity is increased, the print data processed in this printer will be released quickly by the application program. The maximum setting value varies depending on the available memory.
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Setting Common Menu
Specify memory capacity for auto layout in the HP-GL/2.
Set memory capacity in the range of 64 to 5,120 MB, incremented by 32 KB. The default is [64K].
The maximum value that can be set varies depending on the available memory.
The Hard Disk Drive (optional) is used for memory if installed. Memory capacity cannot be changed.
On the LCD, [Hard Disk] is displayed.
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When the port status is set to [Disable], no function is displayed.
Depending on transferred data, it may not be released quickly if memory capacity is increased.
The optional values are as follows:
■Parallel Memory, NetWare Memory, IPP Memory, EtherTalk Memory, USB-1 (1.1) Memory,
USB-2 (2.0) Memory, Port9100 Memory
Set memory capacity in the range of 64 to 1,024 KB, incremented by 32 KB. The default is [64K] for
Parallel and USB-1 (1.1)/USB-2 (2.0) and [256K] for NetWare, IPP, and Port9100. Set [EtherTalk
Memory] in the range of 1024 to 2048 KB. The default is [1024K].
■LPD Spool and SMB Spool
[Off] (default)
Print data is not spooled. While the printer is under printing process in LPD and SMB from a computer, any data with the same interface from other computer cannot be received.
Set the LPD-only receive buffer capacity in the range of 1024 to 2048 KB, incremented by 32 KB.
The default is [1024K].
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Set the SMB-only receive buffer capacity in the range of 64 to 1024 KB, incremented by 32 KB. The
default is [256K].
[Hard Disk]
Spool processing is done. The receiving buffer for the spool process uses the Hard Disk Drive. This
item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
[Memory]
Spool process is done. The receiving buffer for the spool process uses memory.
Set memory capacity of the receiving buffer for the spool process in the range of 0.5 to 32.00 MB,
incremented by 0.25 MB. The default is [1.00M]. Any print data larger than memory capacity specified cannot be received. In this case, select [Hard Disk] or [Off].
For Windows 2000, if the LPR bite count is set to disabled, when any print data larger than memory capacity
specified in [Memory] is transmitted, the job may be transmitted to the printer repeatedly.
In this case, select the [Port] tab on the print driver properties, and set the LPR bite count to enable, or set
memory capacity spool to a larger value than the capacity of the document data.
Setting Common Menu
7
■lIPP Spool
This item is displayed when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
[Off] (default)
Print data is not spooled. While the printer is under printing process in LPD and SMB from a computer, any data with the same interface from an other computer cannot be received.
Set the allocation of memory capacity of the reception buffer specified for IPP in the range of 64 to
1,024 KB, incremented by 32 KB. The default is [256K].
[Hard Disk]
Spool processing is done. The receiving buffer for the spool process uses the Hard Disk Drive.
Image Quality
When the color gradation or the color registration of the print image is out, they
can be automatically adjusted.
For the gradation adjustment procedure, refer to "5.9 Adjusting Gradation" (P.170).
Adjust Gradation
When the color gradation of the print image is out, it can be automatically adjusted. Through this gradation adjustment, the image quality of this printer can be consistently maintained. There are two
kinds of gradation adjustment giving priority to resolution or gradation.
■Resolution
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Gradation Chart
Load A4-size paper on Tray 5 (Bypass) and press the <Eject/Set> button to print the resolution-priority gradation chart.
■
Enter Value
Calculate setting values from density differences between the printed gradation chart and the color
sample for gradation adjustment supplied with this printer. Enter the setting values into [L] (low density), [M] (medium density), and [H] (high density) of [Cyan (C)], [Magenta (M)], [Yellow (Y)], and
[Black (K)]. Set [L], [M], and [H] in the range from -6 to +6, incremented by 1. The default is [0] for
no gradation adjustment.
7.2 Description of Common Menu
■Gradation
■
Gradation Chart
Load A4-size paper on Tray 5 (Bypass) and press the <Eject/Set> button to print the gradation-priority gradation chart.
■
Enter Value
Calculate setting values from density differences between the printed gradation chart and the color
sample for gradation adjustment supplied with this printer. Enter the setting values into [L] (low density), [M] (medium density), and [H] (high density) of [Cyan (C)], [Magenta (M)], [Yellow (Y)], and
[Black (K)]. Set [L], [M], and [H] in the range from -6 to +6, incremented by 1. The default is [0] for
no gradation adjustment.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Init/Del Data
You can initialize the printer settings stored in the NV memory, the internal Hard
Disk Drive, and report data, and delete data such as registered forms in the
printer.
Each value is set to default by the initialization. For information about the default, refer to "7.4 List of
Common Menu" (P.291).
NVM
Initialize the NV memory. The NV memory is a nonvolatile memory, which can store the contents
set in the printer, if the power is once switched off.
Each value in all functions is set to default by the initialization of the NV memory.
Hard Disk
Initialize the Hard Disk Drive (optional). The deleted data by the initialization are additional fonts,
each form in HP-GL, HP-GL/2, ESC/P, and PCL user defined data, SMB folder, secure print documents, sample print documents, and time-specified print documents.
Logs of secure prints, sample prints, and time-specified prints will not be deleted. This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Setting Common Menu
7
Delete All Data
Initialize the NV memory and the Hard Disk Drive (optional). Initializing the NV memory returns
the optional values of various items to default. Initializing the Hard Disk Drive deletes added fonts,
forms of HP-GL, HP-GL/2, ESC/P, and PCL, ESC/P user-defined data, SMB folder, and documents
of secure prints, sample prints, and time-specified prints. The logs of secure prints, sample prints,
and time-specified prints are not deleted.
If the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed, the processing time may become long (about one hour or more).
During processing, the lamp on the operation panel remains flashing. Do not turn the power off until a message
appears on the display after processing.
Print Meter
Initialize the output summary reports. Initialization clears the total counts to 0.
Job Counters
Initialize the job counters. Initialization clears the counter values to 0.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
Form
If there are no registered forms, [Not registered] is displayed.
■Dele ESC/P Forms
Delete ESC/P forms for emulation.
■Del PCL Forms
Delete all PCL forms for emulation. The PCL forms are not deleted individually but at the same time.
Font
Delete PCL fonts for emulation. If no PCL fonts are registered, [Not registered] is displayed.
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
Del Secure Prints
Delete documents stored as secure prints. If there are no documents, [Not stored documents] is displayed.
This item is available when the Hard Disk Drive (optional) is installed.
*LOOK (1)
*Note (1)
(2)
When changing an optional value with the < > or < > button, you can hold the button
down to change the value continuously or the < > and < > buttons together for default
display.
A dump print gives the following items:
Count:
Display the number of bytes from the beginning of a job.
Hex code:
Print data in a hex format by delimiting every four bytes.
ASCII code:
Print data by using the eight bit codes of JIS X0201. "UD" is printed for
characters not defined in JIS X0201.
Setting Common Menu
(2)
When [Auto] is set, automatic judgment data in a print language not installed or supported by
this machine is deleted.
• If [Print Mode] is [HexDump] when [Enable] is set, PJL commands are also output by
[HexDump].
• If a print language not implemented in this machine is specified by the PJL command, data
is deleted.
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7.2 Description of Common Menu
7.2.3
Language
Select the language used in the reports and e-mail notification messages,
between English, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. The
language displayed on the LCD of the control panel is always English, regardless
of this setting.
Setting Common Menu
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7.3
Common Menu Basic
Operations
This section describes basic operations of the Common Menu.
7.3.1
Basic Operations
To display menu screens or set the printer while changing the hierarchical level
on each menu, use the following buttons:
Setting Common Menu
7
A value confirmed once by pressing the <Eject/Set> button (marked [*]) should be set from the beginning.
To return a set value to default
Display the optional value and press the < > and < > buttons together.
After the change processing, the default is displayed. Press the <Eject/Set> button to confirm the value.
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7.3 Common Menu Basic Operations
7.3.2
Changing Common Menu Settings
This section describes how to set the Common Menu by exemplifying the case of
setting the SMB port to "Enable."
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7.4
List of Common Menu
Following is the configuration of the Common Menu.
■Remarks
S
Press the < >
< >< >< >
button.
The < > or < > button switches menus and functions in
the same level. Press the < > button to shift one level
down, and press the < > button to display the menu and
functions in the next level.
Press the < > or < > button to switch the level in a menu,
or to scroll the cursor (_) to the right or left. Press the < >
button in the menu screen to shift to one level down, or press
the < > button to shift to one level up.
Press the <Eject/
Set> button.
Press the button to shift one level down or confirm the setting
(the set value is marked *).
Option sign
This is displayed when an optional item is installed.
Default value (bold)
Setting at shipping from the factory.
To close the menu screen, press the <Menu> button.
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Appendix
A
Main Specifications ........................................................................ 298
A.1
Product Specifications .................................................... 298
A.2
Output Sizes Supported by Finisher ............................... 305
A.3
Printable Area ................................................................. 306
A.4
Internal Fonts.................................................................. 307
A.5
Parallel Interface............................................................. 310
B
Optional Product List...................................................................... 312
C
Precautions/Limitations .................................................................. 313
C.1
Precautions/Limitations on Main Unit ............................. 313
C.2
SMB ................................................................................ 314
C.3
TCP/IP (lpd) .................................................................... 316
D
Upgrading the Software Version of the Printer............................... 319
E
Service Life of Consumables and Periodic Replacement Parts..... 320
F
Paper Sizes and Memory Capacity................................................ 321
G
Glossary......................................................................................... 323
H
Q&A ............................................................................................... 331
A
A.1
Main Specifications
Product Specifications
Main unit
Item
Appendix
298
Specification
Type
Desktop
Printing System
Laser Xerography (Microtandem)
Fusing System
Heat roller (Oil-less)
Warmup Time
45 s or less (at power on at the room temperature of 20°C)
Continuous printing
speed
[Paper feed from Tray 1]
- Plain, Lightweight
1 Sided: Color
1 Sided: Color
35 sheets/minute (A4 ),
26 sheets/minute (A4 ),
21 sheets/minute (B4),
17 sheets/minute (A3)
1 Sided: Black
45 sheets/minute (A4 ),
34 sheets/minute (A4 ),
27 sheets/minute (B4),
22 sheets/minute (A3)
2 Sided: Color
28 sheets/minute (A4 ),
16 sheets/minute (A4 ),
14 sheets/minute (B4),
13 sheets/minute (A3)
2 Sided: Black
36 sheets/minute (A4 ),
21 sheets/minute (A4 ),
18 sheets/minute (B4),
17 sheets/minute (A3)
-Transparency:
1 Sided: Color
8 sheets/minute (A4 ),
7 sheets/minute (A4 ),
5 sheets/minute (A3)
1 Sided: Black
16 sheets/minute (A4 ),
13 sheets/minute (A4 ),
11 sheets/minute (A3)
A Main Specifications
Item
Continuous Printing
Speed
(Continued)
Specification
- [Heavyweight 1]:
1 Sided: Color, Black
22 sheets/minute (A4
16 sheets/minute (A4
13 sheets/minute (B4),
11 sheets/minute (A3)
2 Sided: Color, Black
18 sheets/minute (A4
10 sheets/minute (A4
9 sheets/minute (B4),
8 sheets/minute (A3)
),
),
),
),
Appendix
[Paper feed from Tray 5 (Bypass)]
- Plain, Lightweight
1 Sided: Color
26 sheets/minute (A4 ),
21 sheets/minute (A4 ),
17 sheets/minute (B4),
17 sheets/minute (A3)
15 sheets/minute (432.1 to 483.0 mm)
1 Sided: Black
34 sheets/minute (A4 ),
27 sheets/minute (A4 ),
22 sheets/minute (B4),
21 sheets/minute (A3)
19 sheets/minute (432.1 to 483.0 mm)
2 Sided: Color
26 sheets/minute (A4 ),
15 sheets/minute (A4 ),
13 sheets/minute (B4),
13 sheets/minute (A3)
2 Sided: Black
34 sheets/minute(A4 ),
19 sheets/minute (A4 ),
17 sheets/minute (B4),
17 sheets/minute (A3)
- Transparency:
1 Sided: Color
8 sheets/minute (A4 ),
7 sheets/minute (A4 ),
5 sheets/minute (A3)
1 Sided: Black
16 sheets/minute (A4 ),
13 sheets/minute (A4 ),
11 sheets/minute (A3)
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Item
Specification
Appendix
Continuous Printing
Speed
(Continued)
- [Heavyweight 1]:
1 Sided: Color, Black
16 sheets/minute (A4 ),
13 sheets/minute(A4 ),
13 sheets/minute (B4),
11 sheets/minute (A3)
9 sheets/minute (432.1 to 483.0 mm)
5 sheets/minute (Long-size: 483.1 to 900.0 mm)
4 sheets/minute (Long-size: 900.0 to 1200.0 mm)
2 Sided: Color, Black
16 sheets/minute (A4 ),
9 sheets/minute (A4 ),
9 sheets/minute (B4),
8 sheets/minute (A3)
- [Heavyweight 2]/Coated 2:
1 Sided: Color, Black
11 sheets/minute (A4 ),
8 sheets/minute (A4 ),
7 sheets/minute (B4),
5 sheets/minute (A3)
5 sheets/minute (432.1 to 483.0 mm)
Resolution
Data processing resolution:
1200dpi (47.2 dots/mm), 600dpi (23.6 dots/mm),
300dpi (11.8 dots/mm)
Output resolution:
1200dpi (47.2 dots/mm),
600dpi (23.6 dots/mm)
Gradation/color
256 tones for each color (16.70 million colors)
Output Size
Tray 1 to 4 (Standard tray, Tray 2 to 4 in 1650 Sheet Feeder, and
Tray 2 in High-Capacity Feeder):
A5 , A4 , A4 , A3 , B4 , B5 , B5 , 8.5 x 11" ,
8.5 x 11" , 8.5 x 13" , 8.5 x 14" , 11 x 17" , 8 x 10" ,
5.5 x 8.5" , 8-kai , 16-kai
Non-standard: Short edge: 148 to 297 mm, Long edge: 210 to
431.8 mm
Tray 3 and 4 (High-Capacity Feeder):
A4 , 8.5 x 11" , B5
Tray 5 (Bypass):
Postcard to 12 x 19"
Non-standard: Short edge: 100 to 305 mm, Long edge: 100 to
431.8 mm (Long-size: 431.9 to 1200 mm)
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A Main Specifications
Item
Paper Type
Specification
Tray 1 to 4:
Plain (64 to 98 g/m2), Lightweight (55 to 63 g/m2), [Heavyweight
1] (99 to 169 g/m2), [Heavyweight 2] (170 to 220 g/m2), Coated
1 (99 to 169 g/m2), Coated 2 (170 to 220 g/m2), Transparency
(Color/ Black)
Tray 5 (Bypass):
Plain (64 to 98 g/m2), Lightweight (55 to 63 g/m2), [Heavyweight
1] (99 to 169 g/m2), [Heavyweight 2] (170 to 220 g/m2), Coated
1 (99 to 169 g/m2), Coated 2 (170 to 220 g/m2), Label (99 to 169
g/m2), Transparency (Color/Black), Postcard
Paper Feed Capacity
Standard model:
Tray 1 (560 sheets), Tray 5 (Bypass) (100 sheets)
Fuji Xerox P Paper
Standard + 1 tray module:
Tray 1 and 2 (560 sheets each), Tray 5 (Bypass) (100 sheets)
Standard + 3 tray module:
Tray 1 to 4 (560 sheets each), Tray 5 (Bypass) (100 sheets)
Standard + high capacity tray module:
Tray 1 and 2 (560 sheets each), Tray 3 (Large capacity) (980
sheets), Tray 4 (Large capacity) (1,280 sheets), Tray 5 (Bypass)
(100 sheets)
Output Tray Capacity
Center Tray A4: 400 sheets/minute (face down)
Option:
Face Up Tray: A4: 200 sheets/minute
For details about the finisher output tray, refer to "Professional Finisher” (P.303).
Available
CPU
PowerPC® G3 600MHZ
Memory Capacity
Standard: 256MB, two memory slots (one empty slot)
Optional: 256MB additional memory, 512MB additional memory
(768MB max.)
Hard Disk Drive
Optional: 40GB
Installed Font
Standard:
European 81 type faces (PCL), European 136 type faces (PS)
Optional:
Chinese 1 type face, Japanese 2 type faces (Heisei)
Page Description
Language
PCL, TIFF, FXPDF, PostScript®3
Emulation
ESC/P (VP-1000), HP-GL (7586B, DJ750CPlus), HP-GL/2
(DJ750C Plus), PCL (CLJ5500)
Appendix
2 Sided Printing
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A Main Specifications
Item
Specification
Supported OS
Microsoft® Windows® 95,
Microsoft® Windows® 98
Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition
Microsoft® Windows® 2000
Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0
Microsoft® Windows® XP
Microsoft® Windows SeverTM 2003
MacOS 7.5.3 through 8.x, 9.x, or later
MacOS X 10.2.x or 10.3.x
Interface
Standard:
Supported Protocol
Centronics: Compatible, Nibble, ECP
Two-way parallel (Conforming to IEEE1284-B)
Ethernet 100Base-TX/10Base-T
USB1.1
USB2.0
Ethernet:
Network protocols
TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, UDP/IP
Network services
LPD, SMB, NetWare, EtherTalk, SNMP, HTML/HTTP, DHCP,
WinsClient, DNS, IPP, Port9100, UPnP
Power Supply
AC220-240V +/-10%, 50/60Hz +/-3%
Operating Noise
Printing in color mode: 6.9B, 53dB (A) or less
Printing in black mode: 7.0B, 53dB (A) or less
Standby: 4.9B, 32dB (A) or less
Based on ISO9296 standards
Unit B: Sound power level
Unit dB (A): Emission sound pressure level (by-stander position)
Appendix
Power Consumption
Maximum: 1,620W or less, Power saver mode: 8W or less
Average: 250W or less in standby state, 855W or less in operating
state
(This printer consumes a little power even when the power switch
is off. To make power consumption zero, unplug the power cable
from the outlet.)
Dimensions
Standard model:
632W x 717D x 493H mm
Standard + 1 tray module:
632W x 717D x 857H mm
Standard + 3 tray module:
632W x 717D x 857H mm
Standard + high capacity module:
632W x 717D x 857H mm
Standard + Finisher:
1,508W x 717D x 995H mm
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Item
Machine space
required
Specification
Standard model:
632W x 717D mm
(Not including Tray 5 (Bypass)
632
717
Unit: mm
Weight
(Excluding toner cartridge, paper, and
options)
Standard model: 85kg or less
Standard + 1 tray module: 110kg
Standard + 3 tray module: 115kg
Standard + high capacity tray module: 125kg
Standard + Finisher: 175kg
Professional Finisher
Item
Tray Type
Specification
Output tray x 1
Finisher tray x 1
Sort/Stack
Sort (Offset possible)
Stack (Offset possible)
Booklet tray x 1
Output tray
Maximum: 12 x 18", Minimum: Postcard, 55 to 220 g/m2
Finisher Tray
Maximum: 12 x 18", Minimum: B5, 64 to 220 g/m2
Booklet tray
Maximum: 11 x 17", Minimum: 8.5 x 11", 64 to 90 g/m2
Tray Capacity
Output tray A4:
500 sheets
Finisher tray A4:
1,500 sheets,
B4 or larger paper: 1,500 sheets,
Mixed stack*: 300 sheets
*: If large paper is stacked on small paper
Booklet tray
20 copies
Fuji Xerox P Paper
Stapling
Fuji Xerox P Paper
Appendix
Output Size/
Supported Paper
Maximum stapling speed:
50 sheets/minute (90 g/m2 or less)
Stapling position:
One (front, inside, or askew), Two (parallel)
For stapling-supported output sizes, refer to "A.2 Output Sizes
Supported by Finisher" (P.305).
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A Main Specifications
Item
Punching
Fuji Xerox P Paper
Appendix
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Specification
Number of holes: 2 or 4
For punching-supported output sizes, refer to "A.2 Output Sizes
Supported by Finisher" (P.305).
Suddle Stitch/Folding
Maximum number of sheet:
Saddle stitch (with stapling):
15 sheets (90 g/m2 or less) or 14 sheets (80 g/m2 or less)
1 sheet of heavyweight cover (220 g/m2 or less):
Saddle folding (without stapling): 5 sheets
Bookletf folding (without stapling and imposition)
Output Size:
Maximum: 11 x 17", Minimum: 8.5 x 11"
Paper type:
64 to 90 g/m2
Dimensions and Weight
870W x 660D x 995H mm, 90 kg
Necessary Space with
Main Unit
1,502W x 717D mm (Main unit + Professional finisher)
A Main Specifications
A.2
Output Sizes Supported by Finisher
The finisher can handle paper of the types listed in the table.
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If Direction is Vertical, paper can be punched or stapled on the long edge.
If Direction is Horizontal, paper can be punched or stapled on the short edge.
This table does not indicate whether punching or stapling is possible depending on the document
direction.
Output Tray
Output Size
Direction
Main Unit
Finisher
Punching
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Vertical
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
B4
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
8 x 10"
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Vertical
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
8.5 x 11"
(Letter)
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Vertical
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
8.5 x 13"
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
8.5 x 14"
(Legal)
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
11 x 17"
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
16-kai
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Vertical
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Output
Tray
Finisher
Tray
Booklet
tray
Horizontal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Vertical
Yes
Yes
A3
Horizontal
Yes
B5
Horizontal
A4
8-kai
Userdefined
Appendix
Stapling
Center
Tray
305
A Main Specifications
A.3
Printable Area
Standard printing area
The standard printable area is the size after a 4.1 mm margin is deducted each
from the top, bottom, right, and left of paper. (For SRA3 (320 mm wide), 8.5 mm
is deducted from the right and left.) The actual printing area may differ depending
on the printer (plotter) control language.
■Paper width: Below 12 inches ■Paper width: 12 inches
(SRA3 (320 mm wide))
Non-printable area 4.1mm
Non-printable area 4.1mm
Guaranteed
printing area
4.1mm
■Paper width: 12.6 inches
Non-printable area 4.1mm
Guaranteed
printing area
4.1mm
4.1mm
4.1mm
Printable area
4.1mm
8.5mm
8.5mm
4.1mm
4.1mm
Extended Printing Area
If the printing area is extended, data can be printed in an area up to 302 x 1194
mm. The non-printable area differs depending on the output size as follows:
Appendix
To extend the printing area, change the setting of [Margin/Print Position] on the [Basic] tab of the
print driver or [Printable Area] on the operation panel.
■Paper width: Below 12 inches ■Paper width: 12 inches
Guaranteed
printing area
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Non-printable area
Guaranteed
printing area
2mm
2mm
(SRA3 (320 mm wide))
Non-printable area 4mm
Non-printable area 4mm
2mm
■Paper width: 12.6 inches
0.9mm
Printable area
0.9mm
2mm
4mm
8.5mm
8.5mm
2mm
A Main Specifications
A.4
Internal Fonts
This printer has the following internal fonts.
For PostScript fonts, refer to "PostScript® Setting Guide."
Stroke Fonts (for PCL5, HP-GL, and HP-GL/2 only)
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European stroke fonts
Outline Fonts
The relationship between the internal outline fonts and the Page Description
Language or emulation mode is as follows. However, note that the internal outline fonts cannot be used for PostScript.
Installed
Stroke fonts (for PCL5 and HP-GL/2)
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Outline fonts
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Roman
Sans Serif
European ESC/P
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PDF
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Times New Roman
Times New Roman Bold
Times New Roman Italic
Times New Roman Bold Italic
ITC Zepf Dingbats
GoldSEMMG
Gold SAMM
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Arial
Arial Itaric
Arial Bold
Arial Bold Italic
Courier
Courier Italic
Courier Bold
Courier Bold Italic
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PCL
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CG Times
CG Times Italic
CG Times Bold
CG Times Bold Italic
Univers Medium
Univers Medium Italic
Univers Bold
Univers Bold Italic
Univers Medium Condensed
Univers Medium Condensed
Italic
Univers Bold Condensed
Univers Bold Condensed
Italic
Antique Olive
Antique Olive Italic
Antique Olive Bold
CG Omega
CG Omega Italic
CG Omega Bold
CG Omega Bold Italic
Garamond Antiqua
Garamond Kursiv
Garamond Halbfett
Garamond Kursiv Halbfett
(Default): Courier
Courier Italic
Courier Bold
Courier Bold Italic
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic Italic
Letter Gothic Bold
Albertus Medium
Albertus Extra Bold
Clarendon Condensed
Cloronet
Marigold
Arial
Arial Italic
Arial Bold
Arial Bold Italic
Times New
Times New Italic
ShuSong (Optional)
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Times New Bold
Times New Bold Italic
Symbol
Wingdings
Line Printer
Times Roman
Times Italic
Times Bold
Times Bold Italic
Helvetica
Helvetica Oblique
Helvetica Bold
Helvetica Bold Oblique
CourierPS
CourierPS Oblique
CourierPS Bold
CourierPS Bold Oblique
SymbolPS
Palatino Roman
Palatino Italic
Palatino Bold
Palatino Bold Italic
ITC Bookman Light
ITC Bookman Light Italic
ITC Bookman Demi
ITC Bookman Demi Italic
Helvetica Narrow
Helvetica Narrow Oblique
Helvetica Narrow Bold
Helvetica Narrow Bold Oblique
New Century Schoolbook
Roman
New Century Schoolbook Italic
New Century Schoolbook Bold
New Century Schoolbook Bold
Italic
ITC Avant Garde Book
ITC Avant Garde Book Oblique
ITC Avant Garde Demi
ITC Avant Garde Demi Oblique
ITC Zapf Chancery Medium
Italic
ITC Zapf Dingbats
A Main Specifications
Simplified Chinese
PCL5 and
ESC/P
●
ShuSong (Optional)
Appendix
309
A Main Specifications
A.5
Parallel Interface
This section describes the parallel interface (Centronics interface conforming to
the IEEE1284 standards) installed in this printer.
Connector Shape
The printer has an IEEE1284-B type connector. The connector shape is as follows:
18
1
19
36
Pin Arrangement
When both directions are OFF, the signal pin arrangement is as follows:
Pin No.
Appendix
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310
Signal Name
I/O
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O
1
nStrobe
I
19
Signal Ground
-
2
Data1
I
20
Signal Ground
-
3
Data2
I
21
Signal Ground
-
4
Data3
I
22
Signal Ground
-
5
Data4
I
23
Signal Ground
-
6
Data5
I
24
Signal Ground
-
7
Data6
I
25
Signal Ground
-
8
Data7
I
26
Signal Ground
-
9
Data8
I
27
Signal Ground
-
10
nAck
O
28
Signal Ground
-
11
Busy
O
29
Signal Ground
-
12
PError
O
30
Signal Ground
-
13
Select
O
31
nInit
I
14
nAutoFd
I
32
nFault
O
15
(RESERVED)
-
33
(RESERVED)
-
16
Logic GND
-
34
(RESERVED)
-
17
Chassis Gnd
-
35
(RESERVED)
-
18
Peripheral Logic High
O
36
nSelectIn
I
I/O indicates the direction from the viewpoint of the printer. I represents an input signal, O represents an output signal, and - represents no signal.
When both directions are ON, the wiring conforms to the standard of IEEE1284-B type connector.
A Main Specifications
Descriptions of Signals
Both directions OFF
●
nStrobe (Pin No.1)
Synchronizing signal to read Data 1 to 8. LOW active pulse is necessary.
●
Data1 to 8 (Pin No.2 to 9)
8-bit parallel data input. Data 1 is the least significant bit (LSB) and Data 8 is the most significant
one (MSB).
●
nAck (Pin No.10)
LOW active pulse signal indicating that the printer has received data
●
Busy (Pin No.11)
HIGH active signal indicating that the printer is not ready to receive data
●
PError (Pin No.12)
HIGH active signal indicating that there is no more paper
●
Select (Pin No.13)
HIGH active signal indicating that data can be received
●
nAutoFd (Pin No.14)
Signal when both directions are ON
●
Chassic Gnd (Pin No.17)
Connected to the frame ground
●
Peripheral Logic High (Pin No.18)
+5V voltage on the printer side
●
Signal Ground (Pin No.19 to 30)
Connected to each signal ground
●
nInit (Pin No.31)
LOW active pulse signal requesting the initialization of the printer
●
nFault (Pin No.32)
nSelectIn (Pin No.36)
Signal when both directions are ON
Both directions ON
Appendix
LOW active signal indicating a paper jam or other printer fault
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The signal wires conform to the IEEE 1284 standards.
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B
Optional Product List
The main optional products are listed below. For ordering, contact a dealer.
Product
Code
Remarks
550 Sheet Feeder
EC100641
-
1650 Sheet Feeder
EC100642
High Capacity Feeder
EC100643
Cabinet
EC100644
Internal Hard Disk
EC100645
256MB Memory
EC100646
512MB Memory
EC100647
-
Face Up Tray
EC100648
-
Japanese PS Kit (HEISEI)
EC100649
-
China Font Kit
EC100650
-
Banner Tray
EC100651
-
Professional Finisher
EC100652
The optional hard disk drive is necessary. If this finisher is
mounted, long-size printing is disabled.
Product
●
●
●
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The products and product codes are as of January 2006.
The products and products codes are subject to change.
For the latest information, contact Fuji Xerox Printer Support Desk or our dealers.
C
C.1
Precautions/Limitations
Precautions/Limitations on Main Unit
This section gives notes and limitations that you should follow when using this
printer.
About the optional Hard Disk Drive
●
●
●
When the Hard Disk Drive is installed, a power failure during use may destroy
data on the Hard Disk Drive.
When the Hard Disk Drive is installed, you can specify the Hard Disk Drive to
store printing data from lpd, SMB, or IPP. The forms of ESC/P and HPGL/2 are
always stored on the hard disk and cannot be transferred to a different place.
Initializing the Hard Disk Drive deletes added fonts, forms of ESC/P and PCL,
ESC/P user-defined data, and SMB folder. The secure prints and logs are not
deleted.
When the print result is different from the settings
Insufficient capacity of the print page buffer may cause unexpected print results
such as the following: In this case, it is recommended to add memory capacity.
● Printed only on one side of the paper when 2 sided print is specified.
●
The job is cancelled (when the data cannot be stored in the print page buffer,
the job including the page is canceled).
About options
●
About the meter count for 2 sided prints
For 2 sided print, a sheet of plain paper may be inserted for adjusting pages
according to the specified number of copies, depending on the application in use.
In this case, blank sheets inserted by the application are counted as 1 page.
Appendix
For using the secure/sample/delayed print feature and the Page Print mode,
the optional Hard Disk Drive is required.
About available paper for 2 sided print
Paper of 64 to 169 g/m2 can be used for 2 sided print. However, if you use paper
of 129 gm2 or more for a 2 sided print, the range of printed text on the reverse
side may be out of alignment. It is recommended to use Tray 5 (Bypass) to manually print both sides of the paper if you print paper of 129 g/m2 or more.
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C Precautions/Limitations
C.2
SMB
The precautions/limitations of using SMB are as follows:
Configuring the machine
●
●
●
●
Take great care when setting the IP address. The IP address is managed
throughout the system. Consult your network administrator before defining any
address.
Depending on the network environment used, it may be necessary to set the
subnet mask and gateway. Consult your network administrator before defining
the needed item.
If setting the port to [Enable] leads to insufficient memory, the port status may
be set to [Disable] automatically. In this case, either set the port to [Disable]
when it is not used or change memory allocation capacity.
Specify the size for the receiving buffer memory [SMB Spool] as required by
the environment in use. If the size of the receiving buffer memory [SMB Spool]
is smaller than the transmitted data, data may not be received.
Configuring the computer
●
●
Appendix
314
Take great care when setting the IP address. The IP address is managed
throughout the system. Consult your network administrator before defining any
address.
Consult the Network Information Service (NIS) administrator when setting the
network (such as the IP address) by a host being used under NIS.
C Precautions/Limitations
Switching off the power
Note the following points when switching off the power of this printer:
When [SMB Spool] is set to [Memory]
All print data spooled to the printer memory, including data in the process of
printing, will be deleted. When the power is turned on again, the print data will
not be found.
However, if the power switch is off immediately after the print data has been
sent, the print data may be stored in the computer. In this case, when the power
is turned on again, the stored print data will be printed first even if new print data
has been sent.
When [SMB Spool] is set to [Hard Disk]
All print data spooled to the Hard Disk Drive of this printer, including data in the
process of printing, will be saved. When the power is turned on again, the stored
print data will be printed first even if new print data has been sent.
When [SMB Spool] is set to [Off].
All print data spooled to the receive buffer of this printer, including data in the
process of printing, will be deleted. When switching on the power again, the print
data will not be found.
However, if the power is switched off immediately after the print data has been
sent, the print data may be stored in the computer. In this case, when switching
on the power again, the stored print data will be printed first even if new print
data has been sent.
When [SMB Spool] is set to [Hard Disk], or [Memory]
If the print data is larger than the Hard Disk Drive or the remaining memory
capacity at the point of receiving print data, data will not be received.
Appendix
Printing
When the print data has exceeded the receiving capacity, some computers may re-send the data immediately. When this occurs, the computer appears as if it had crashed. To rectify the situation, stop the
computer from sending print data.
When [SMB Spool] is set to [Off]
Cannot accept any print request from an other computer.
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C Precautions/Limitations
If you have changed the IP address or name of your computer
If the IP address or name of your computer has been changed, this machine cannot process an inquiry or cancellation normally. Turn the power OFF and ON
when there is no print data in the receiving buffer of this machine.
You can suspend printing or forcibly output print data from the receiving buffer of this machine. For
operations on the operation panel, refer to "3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs"
(P.39).
For details, refer to "3.4 Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly" (P.42).
When the machine is offline
If a print instruction is received in an offline state, this machine receives no data
and the computer displays an error dialog box for a write error.
Deleting a job
Windows NT 4.0 cannot delete a job without Service Pack 4 or later installed. If a
job is deleted during data reception, a write error is displayed. [Retry] displayed
in this error dialog box is invalid.
C.3
TCP/IP (lpd)
The precautions/limitations of using TCP/IP (lpd) are as follows:
Configuring the machine
●
Appendix
●
●
●
316
Take great care when setting the IP address. The IP address is managed
throughout the system. Consult your network administrator before defining any
address.
Depending on the network environment used, it may be necessary to set the
subnet mask and gateway. Consult your network administrator before defining
the needed item.
If setting the port to [Enable] leads to insufficient memory, the port status may
be set to [Disable] automatically. In this case, either set the port to [Disable]
when it is not used or change memory allocation capacity.
Specify the size for the receiving buffer memory [LPD Spool] as required by the
environment in use. If the size of the receiving buffer memory [LPD Spool] is
smaller than the transmitted data, data may not be received.
C Precautions/Limitations
Configuring the computer
●
●
Take great care when setting the IP address. The IP address is managed
throughout the system. Consult your network administrator before defining any
address.
Consult the Network Information Service (NIS) administrator when setting the
network (such as the IP address) by a host being used under NIS.
Switching off the power
Note the following points when switching off the power of this printer:
When [LPD Spool] is set to [Memory]
All print data spooled to the printer memory, including data in the process of
printing, will be deleted. When the power is turned on again, the print data will
not be found.
However, if the power switch is off immediately after the print data has been
sent, the print data may be stored in the computer. In this case, when the power
is turned on again, the stored print data will be printed first even if new print data
has been sent.
When [LPD Spool] is set to [Hard Disk]
All print data spooled to the Hard Disk Drive of this printer, including data in the
process of printing, will be saved. When the power is turned on again, the stored
print data will be printed first even if new print data has been sent.
When [LPD Spool] is set to [Off].
Appendix
All print data spooled to the receive buffer of this printer, including data in the
process of printing, will be deleted. When switching on the power again, the print
data will not be found.
However, if the power is switched off immediately after the print data has been
sent, the print data may be stored in the computer. In this case, when switching
on the power again, the stored print data will be printed first even if new print
data has been sent.
Printing
When [LPD Spool] is set to [Hard Disk], or [Memory]
If the print data is larger than the Hard Disk Drive or the remaining memory
capacity at the point of receiving print data, data will not be received.
When the print data has exceeded the receiving capacity, some computers may re-send the data immediately. When this occurs, the computer appears as if it had crashed. To rectify the situation, stop the
computer from sending print data.
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C Precautions/Limitations
When [LPD Spool] is set to [Off]
If the machine has accepted a print request from a computer, it cannot accept
any print request from an other computer.
If you have changed the IP address or name of your computer
If the IP address or name of your computer has been changed, this machine cannot process an inquiry or cancellation normally. Turn the power OFF and ON
when there is no print data in the receiving buffer of this machine.
You can suspend printing or forcibly output print data from the receiving buffer of this machine. For
operations on the operation panel, refer to "3.3 Canceling or Checking the Status of Print Jobs"
(P.39)
For details, refer to "3.4 Ejecting the Remaining Print Data Forcibly" (P.42).
Appendix
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D
Upgrading the Software Version of the Printer
Fuji Xerox provides a tool to upgrade the software installed in the printer (hereinafter, called
the printer software). This tool is called a firmware utility.
This firmware utility is available from the web site of Fuji Xerox.
The printer software of DocuPrint C4350 can be upgraded by using this firmware utility.
Firmware utility
Printer software
ompress
ec
e
D
Compressed
Upgrade
Fuji Xerox web site
PC
Printer
Download the firmware utility from the following web site: (URL)
http://www.fxprinters.com/
Printer Software Upgrade Flow
The software upgrade flow is explained below. For details, refer to the Read Me
file supplied with the firmware utility.
Procedure
1
Decompress the firmware utility.
Execute the firmware utility to upgrade the printer software.
Appendix
2
3
From Fuji Xerox web site, download the firmware utility of your printer
(DocuPrint C4350).
It may take some time (about 5 minutes) to download the utility.
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E
Service Life of Consumables
and Periodic Replacement Parts
Service life of consumables
Product
Number of print pages
Toner Cartridge (Black)
About 26,000 pages
Toner Cartridge (Cyan)
About 15,000 pages
Toner Cartridge (Yellow)
About 15,000 pages
Toner Cartridge (Magenta)
About 15,000 pages
Drum Cartridge
About 30,000 pages
Waste Toner Bottle
About 22,000 pages
●
●
The number of print pages is based on the printing of A4 size paper with 5 % of print ratio.
The number of print pages may differ according to contents of original documents, paper sizes,
paper type, environment and frequency of switching on/off the printer.
Service life of periodic replacement parts
Product
Replacement Timing
Remarks
Appendix
Fuser Cartridge
About 100,000 sheets
Second BTR
About 150,000 sheets
IBT Cleaner
About 100,000 sheets
-
Developing Unit (K color)
About 600,000 sheets
-
Developing Unit (Y color)
About 600,000 sheets
-
Developing Unit (M color)
About 600,000 sheets
-
Developing Unit (C color)
About 600,000 sheets
-
Paper Transport Roll Kit
About 300,000 sheets
1
IBT Belt Replacement Kit
About 600,000 sheets
-
About 50,000 sheets
This is the number of sheets
when the bypass tray is used.
About 300,000 sheets
-
Manual Paper Feed Roll Kit
Offset Output Kit
●
●
●
The printer will stop after the
service life of this part.
The number of print pages is based on the printing of A4 size paper with 5 % of print ratio.
The number of print pages may differ according to contents of original documents, paper sizes,
paper type, environment and frequency of switching on/off the Printer.
An engineer from Fuji Xerox will replace the periodic replacement parts.
Maintenance performance parts
We stock expendable accessories and the maintenance performance parts
(parts that are necessary for printer maintenance) for machines for 7 years after
the production of the particular printers stop.
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F
Paper Sizes and Memory
Capacity
Necessary memory capacity may differ according to the print mode setting of the printer
driver and paper sizes. Necessary memory capacity may differ according to the operating
environment. Refer to the memory capacity on the list below for printing command.
●
●
Necessary memory capacity may differ according to print drivers.
Memory capacity of the following list is under the precondition of this printer on factory default settings. They
may differ according to the status of protocol and receiving buffer sizes.
PCL6 Print Driver
Memory capacity
2 sided (Unit: MB)
Available output
Available output
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
256
Long-size (305 X 1200)
256
-
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
256
Long-size (305 X 1200)
256
-
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
512
Long-size (305 X 1200)
512
-
Printing
mode
Standard
High image
quality
High
resolution
Output Size
Appendix
Memory capacity
1 sided (Unit: MB)
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F Paper Sizes and Memory Capacity
PostScript Print Driver
Memory capacity
1 sided (Unit: MB)
Memory capacity
2 sided (Unit: MB)
Available output
Available output
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
256
Long-size (305 X 1200)
256
-
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
256
Long-size (305 X 1200)
512
-
A5
256
256
B5
256
256
A4
256
256
B4
256
256
A3
256
256
Non-standard
256
512
Long-size (305 X 1200)
512
-
Printing
mode
High Speed
High image
quality
High
resolution
Appendix
322
Output Size
G
Glossary
[10BASE-T]
Twist pair cable, 10 Mbps, base band in IEEE802.3 standard.
[100BASE-TX]
One of FastEthernet interfaces, an advanced version of 10BASE-T. The communication speed is
100 Mbps, which is much faster than 10 Mbps by 10BASE-T.
[A3]
420 x 297 mm paper
[A4]
297 x 210 mm paper.
[A5]
210 x 148 mm paper.
[Address]
Information or a unique identifier allocated to identify nodes such as computers and terminals
on the network. Areas allocated individually to each memory are also called addresses.
[Application software]
The general name of software with which you work on the computer. Many application software
such as word processors, spreadsheets, graphics, and databases are available.
[B4]
364 x 257 mm paper.
[B5]
[Bi-directional communication]
The communication sending and receiving information mutually between two devices.
Bidirectional communication enables the printer to send information about the printing process, as
well as enables the computer to send print data to a printer.
Appendix
257 x 182 mm paper.
[Browser]
Software to display information, on WWW servers on the Internet, on the computer display.
Netscape Communicator and Internet Explorer are typical examples of such browsers.
[CD-ROM]
The compact disk (CD) which records data such as computer software or graphics.
[Click]
The action to push and release a mouse button once. In this guide, "click" indicates clicking the
left mouse button, and "right click" indicates clicking the right mouse button.
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G Glossary
"double-click" indicates an action, quickly clicking the left mouse button twice.
[CMYK]
A way of expressing colors in processes like color printing.
It is divided into four colors: Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y), and Black (K), which are leveled
for printing.
[Collate]
To output each copy in numerical order when printing multiple copies.
[Common menu]
The menu for common settings for the print mode, and consists of Meter Check, Setup, Report/
List, System Settings, Network/Port Settings, Memory Settings, Initialization/Data Deletion, Print
Settings, and Automatic Gradation Adjustment.
[Cut paper]
Paper of standard sizes like A4, B5.
[Default value]
Factory default settings and settings upon NV memory initialization.
[DHCP]
Stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, which allocates IP addresses from the DHCP
sever to DHCP client automatically.
[DNS]
Stands for Domain Name System, which is the Internet name solution service to get IP address
from the host name.
Appendix
[DPI]
Stands for Dot Per Inch, which is the number of dots that can be printed within a width of 1 inch
(about 25.4 mm). Used as the unit for resolution.
[Drive]
The Device for driving disks. These are drives such as floppy disk drive, CD-ROM drive, and Hard
Disk Drive.
[Emulation]
The ability of the printer to perform the functions of other printers. The mode is called emulation
mode.
[EtherTalk]
One of the "AppleTalk" communication protocols; the networking software for Macintosh.
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G Glossary
[Font]
The character style. Font indicates a set of characters with a unified design.
[Full color]
The maximum number of colors (about 16.77 million colors) that can be displayed on a computer.
[G.S.M.]
The weight of a sheet of paper with an area of 1 m2.
[Gradation]
Refers to the smoothness between colors. Expresses the number of gradations by the number of
levels, so that the larger the value, the smoother the colors.
[Gradation]
The change in the continuous color density seen in photos and illustrations.
[HTTP]
Protocol for online communication with WWW servers.
[ICM]
Stands for Image Color Matching, which is the color management software adopted by Windows
98/Windows/Me/Windows/2000/Windows/XP/Windows Server/2003. It corrects the differences in
color due to devices so that the color of the print result is similar to that on the screen.
[Image Enhancement]
Function that makes the border between black and white smooth, with rough edges reduced, giving the appearance of a higher resolution.
Appendix
325
G Glossary
[Installation]
To incorporate software or hardware into the computer or peripherals to make it available. To
incorporate software such as a print driver into the computer system, or a network extension card
into the printer. In this guide, "installation" indicates primarily to incorporate software into the computer.
[Installer]
The specific software for installing software to the computer.
[Interface]
The part two different systems have contact with. It is commonly used to give displays between a
computer and a printer, or a person and a machine.
The interface may suggest the interface specification, especially the electrical specification.
[Interface cable]
A cable connecting multiple devices mutually.
These are parallel cable and USB cable connecting a printer to the computer directly, and Ethernet cable connecting a printer to the network.
[IP Address]
The address used for network by TCP/IP protocol. The IP address is described by the 4 numerical
values (decimal numeration) of decimals.
[IPP]
A printing protocol using HTTP.
[Java]
Appendix
The program language for the software functioning on online web pages, developed by Sun
Microsystems Corporation. Applet is the application developed by Java language.
[Job]
A series of processes which the computer executes. For example, one print job indicates process
to print one file. The canceling and outputting of printing is done on a job basis.
[Legal]
14 x 8.5 inch (about 356 x 216 mm) paper. It is mainly used for legal documents such as contracts
in the United States.
[Letter]
11 x 8.5 inches (about 279 x 216 mm) paper. It is mainly used for external/internal documents in
the United States.
[Local printer]
In this guide, the printer directly connected to a computer with a parallel cable or a USB cable is
called a "local printer".
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G Glossary
[Login]
An action that enables access to the computer system resources such as hard disk drives or printers on the network. Also, to exit the login is called "logout".
[Mode menu]
The menu for setting fixed conditions for processing each of the emulation modes of ESC/P and
HP-GL/2 emulation mode.
[NetWare]
A network OS developed by Novell Corporation.
[NetWare File Server]
A dedicated server that is necessary for constructing a network on NetWare. Operation is processed after installation of the server software for this server, and the client software for the client
computer.
[Network path]
The route for the target computer or files on the network.
It is used when specifying the server name.
[Network printer]
In this guide, the printer connected to the network with Ethernet cables is called a "network
printer".
[N-Up]
The function that prints multiple pages on one sheet of paper. This printer can print 2-/4-/8-/16Up.
The manual displayed on the computer screen.
[OS]
Appendix
[On-line help]
Stands for Operating System, which controls and manages basic operation of hardware and software on a computer. OS is the base on which a software application functions.
[Parallel Interface]
One of the data transmission methods between the computer and peripherals. It transfers plural
bit data simultaneously. Centronics is typical of it, and is used when connecting peripherals such
as printers.
[PDF Files]
In this guide, any online document created with the software "Acrobat", developed by Adobe System Corporation in the United States, are called "PDF Files". To display PDF files on the screen,
the software "Adobe Acrobat Reader" needs to be installed in your computer.
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G Glossary
[Plug and play]
The function for Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP, that sets
operating environment automatically and enables it to be used instantly, when peripherals are
installed to the computer.
[Port]
The connector part where the computer exchanges information among peripherals.
[Port9100]
A network communication method sending data on Windows 2000/Windows XP.
You can use it on a standard TCP/IP port monitor.
[Printable area]
The actual area on paper which can be printed.
[Print driver]
The software that changes data created by the application program into data, which can be interpreted by the printer.
[Print page buffer]
Location where print data is actually processed and stored.
[Print queue]
The location temporarily storing print data from the computer to print from a particular printer.
[Protocol]
Appendix
328
Rules to communicate mutually among multiple devices and computer systems. The agreement
to process to transfer information among hardware, and to communicate through the network
between two computers.
G Glossary
[Receiving buffer]
Buffer is the location to store data sent from the client temporarily. By increasing memory capacity
of the receive buffer, the client can be freed faster.
[Resolution]
Expresses the fineness of an image. Usually, it is expressed by the number of dots per inch (dpi).
The larger the value, the higher the resolution (details can be reproduced in more detail).
[Screen]
The printer produces the density on prints which consists of a group of dots, called halftone dots.
The column of these dots or number of lines during printing are known as screen lines. Gradations that can be displayed change according to the number of screen lines.
[Server]
The computer stores information on the network, and provides service to other computers.
On the other hand, the computer requesting service to the server is called a "client".
[SMB]
The communication method sending data on Windows Network (Microsoft Network), which is
available on Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000 or Windows
XP/Windows Server 2003.
[SNMP]
The protocol that controls equipment connected to the network via the network.
For activating the protocol, the software SNMP manager needs to be installed on the machine to
manage, and the software SNMP agent needs to be installed on the printer to be managed.
[Software]
[TCP/IP]
The network protocol developed by the DARPANET (Defense Advanced Research Project
Agency Network). This is a standard protocol for internet, used in various printers from personal
computers to large computers.
Appendix
A program for operating computers. OS and application software are varieties of software.
[Uninstall]
To remove the software which has been installed in the computer.
[USB]
Stands for Universal Serial Bus, which is one of the data transmission methods between computer and peripherals. USB supports "Hot Plug" function, which enables you to connect peripherals to the computer easily without switching off the printer.
[Web screen]
In this guide, a screen which displays information using a web browser is called a "Web screen".
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G Glossary
[WINS]
Stands for Windows Internet Name Services, which is a name solution service to obtain the IP
address from the computer name in a TCP/IP environment.
[WWW]
Stands for World Wide Web. The system providing websites on the Internet.
Appendix
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H
Q&A
Here are frequently asked questions and their answers to help you use the printer with no
problem.
Want to know the printer settings.
You can check the current printer settings with the function setting list.
For details about the function setting list, refer to "5.6 Printing Report/List" (P.152).
What print functions are available?
The PCL6 print driver for this printer has the all-in-one, 2-sided, enlarged continuous print, booklet creation, and other print functions.
For details about each function, refer to the manual on the CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
Want to change the paper size on tray.
When using paper size not loaded on Tray 1 to 4, Tray 5 (Bypass) is useful.
You can also change the paper sizes of Tray 1 to 4.
For paper loading on Tray 5 (Bypass) or changing the paper sizes of Tray 1 to 4, refer to "5.4 Loading Paper" (P.114).
Want to print on postcards, envelopes, or long-size paper.
By using Tray 5 (Bypass), you can print data on regular postcards, envelopes
(120 x 235 mm), or long-size paper.
Want to print a document in black and white.
Appendix
For the printing method, refer to "4.5 Printing on Non-Standard Size/Long-size Paper" (P.55).
A monochrome document is automatically recognized and printed in black and
white. To print a color document in a black and white, set [Color Mode] to [Black]
in the properties of the print driver.
For setting the color mode, refer to "4.9 Setting Print Modes" (P.73).
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H Q&A
Want to print on special paper.
You can use heavyweight paper, transparencies, lightweight paper, and other
special paper for printing.
For the printing method, refer to "4.3 Printing on Special Paper" (P.49).
Want to print data with the image quality of the original document.
You can set print image quality in detail according to the document type (photo,
character, presentation, and web).
For printing according to the document type, refer to "4.9 Setting Print Modes" (P.73). For setting
color printing, refer to "4.10 Printing after Adjusting the Image Quality" (P.77).
Want to install a print driver in several computers.
The setup disk creation tool is useful for installing a print driver of the same settings (print functions and port) in several computers.
For details about the setup disk creation tool, refer to the manual on the CD-ROM supplied with this
printer.
Data is not printed.
Output a job history report or error history report and check the print job you
attempted.
Appendix
For details about the job history report and error history report, refer to "5.6 Printing Report/List"
(P.152).
Want to use the printer on an upgraded OS.
Print drivers for any OS are available. Select and install a print driver for your
new OS.
For installing a print driver, refer to "2 Installing the Print Driver" (P.23).
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H Q&A
Want to check whether a print job was output.
Using the Document Monitor from the CD-ROM, you can check the processing
status of a print job on your computer. In addition, the CentreWare Internet Services allows you to delete a print job from your computer.
●
●
For details about the CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "5.1 Configuring the Printer from the
Computer (CentreWare Internet Services)" (P.96).
For the Document Monitor, refer to the manual on the CD-ROM supplied with this printer.
Want to check the number of prints.
You can check the number of prints on the operation panel. You may also print a
printer output summary report to check the number of prints from each computer
(job owner).
For checking the number of prints, refer to "5.7 Checking Total Number of Printed Pages" (P.162).
Printing is slow.
●
●
For setting print mode, refer to "4.9 Setting Print Modes" (P.73).
For details about page printing mode, image compression, and print driver resolution, refer to the
Online Help of the printer.
Appendix
If data is not output for a long time (about 5 minutes) after a print instruction, try
the following methods. They may make printing faster.
● Select [Set Details] on the [Set Print] dialog box (properties screen) of the
printer and set [Page Print Mode] to ON. (This is effective for a complicated file
containing many images and characters.)
●
Select [Set Details] on the [Set Print] dialog box (properties screen) of the
printer and change [Image Compression] to an optimum method.
● Select [Set Details] on the [Set Print] dialog box (properties screen) of the
printer and set [Print Driver Resolution] low.
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Index
Numerics
10Base-T connector ............................................. 31
2sided print .......................................................... 257
2sided printing ..................................................... 301
2sided report ....................................................... 274
A
additional feeder ................................................. 312
additional memory .............................................. 312
adjust gradation .................................................. 284
alert tone .............................................................. 273
allocate memory ................................................. 283
AppleTalk ................................................................. 6
chroma .................................................................... 77
circuit breaker ........................................................ 38
circuit breaker switch ............................................ 31
CMS adjustment (application)............................. 74
collated ................................................................ 258
color ..................................................................... 300
color balance, adjusting ....................................... 79
common menu, basing operations .................. 289
common menu, list ............................................ 291
commont menu, setting .................................... 253
components and functions .................................. 30
contrast ................................................................... 77
control panel ................................................... 30, 33
cover for printer options ....................................... 31
CPU...................................................................... 301
auditron mode ..................................................... 276
auto job history.................................................... 274
auto job promote ................................................. 276
automatic tray selection ..................................... 133
B
banner sheet ....................................................... 274
banner tray .......................................................... 312
booklet tray ................................................... 32, 212
D
data encryption ................................................... 276
default paper size .............................................. 282
del secure prints ................................................. 287
delayed print .......................................................... 70
delete all data ..................................................... 286
drum cartridge ....................................................... 31
drum life end ....................................................... 275
booklet unit ............................................................ 32
brightness .............................................................. 77
Index
buffer size ............................................................ 283
C
cabinet .................................................................. 312
caster ...................................................................... 30
center otuput tray................................................ 202
center output tray.................................................. 32
center tray .............................................................. 30
center tray offset ................................................. 281
CentreWare Internet Services ............................ 96
China font Kit ....................................................... 312
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E
e-mail print ............................................................. 90
emulation ............................................................. 301
error codoes........................................................ 237
error history report ............................................. 156
ESCP ................................................................... 256
Ethernet ............................................................... 271
EtherTalk ............................................................. 265
exit cover ................................................................ 32
F
IPP .................................................................... 7, 264
IPX/SPX frame type ........................................... 271
face up tray ................................................... 30, 312
favorites .................................................................. 83
J
filter....................................................................... 271
finisher interface ................................................. 202
Japanese PS kit(HEISEI) .................................. 312
finisher tray ............................................................ 32
job counter report ............................................... 158
finisher tray offset............................................... 281
job counters ......................................................... 286
font ....................................................................... 287
job history report ................................................. 156
font list ................................................................. 157
form ...................................................................... 287
front cover ....................................................... 30, 32
L
fuser cartridge........................................................ 31
L1 cover ................................................................. 30
fusing system ...................................................... 298
L2 cover ................................................................. 30
L3 cover ................................................................. 30
G
L4 cover ................................................................. 30
latest print driver, how to get .............................. 27
gradation ............................................................. 300
layout .................................................................... 258
gradation adjustment chart, printing ............... 171
local ........................................................................... 2
LPD ....................................................................... 261
H
M
handle ..................................................................... 31
hard disk .............................................................. 286
machine clock ..................................................... 275
hard disk drive .................................................... 312
machine space required .................................... 303
high capacity feeder .......................................... 312
mail notice service.............................................. 105
HPGL ................................................................... 256
mail notice service, setting for using ............... 105
HPGL auto layout............................................... 283
maintenance performance parts ...................... 320
HTTP .................................................................... 110
memory capacity ................................................ 301
HTTP-SSL/TLS communication ...................... 272
menu auto clear .................................................. 273
messages ............................................................ 223
meter report ......................................................... 157
millimeter/inch switching ................................... 276
Index
I
ICM adjustment (system) ..................................... 74
image auto correction ........................................... 75
N
image quality....................................................... 284
init/del data .......................................................... 286
NetWare ........................................................... 5, 262
installed font ........................................................ 301
network/port ........................................................ 259
interface ............................................................... 302
non-spool mode .................................................... 22
internet printing........................................................ 7
non-standadrd size paper, printing .................... 55
internet services ................................................. 270
NVM...................................................................... 286
IP Address Setting Tool ......................................... 9
IP address, setting ................................................ 12
335
O
odd page 2sided ................................................. 281
online help, using.................................................. 48
operating noise ................................................... 302
operating systems, supported ............................ 24
optional procut list .............................................. 312
outoput tray............................................................ 32
output color ................................................... 73, 259
output size .................................................. 258, 300
overwrite HD........................................................ 276
P
page description language ................................ 301
panel settings ...................................................... 273
paper feed capacity ............................................ 301
paper image qty .................................................. 280
paper name ......................................................... 281
paper priority ....................................................... 279
paper size ............................................................ 280
paper size group ................................................. 282
paper stopper ........................................................ 30
paper tray ............................................................... 30
power saver mode, exiting ............................... 169
power supply ...................................................... 302
power switch .......................................................... 30
print ID ................................................................. 281
print job, canceling ................................................ 39
print language, setting ....................................... 256
print meter ........................................................... 286
print mode ..................................................... 73, 257
print page buffer .................................................... 20
print quality, poor ............................................... 219
print speed .......................................................... 275
print unused form ............................................... 281
printable area...................................................... 274
printer meter data, initializing ........................... 165
printer meter report, printing ............................ 164
printer settings .................................................... 278
printing system ................................................... 298
process mode ..................................................... 257
professional finisher .......................................... 312
properties dialog box ............................................ 47
proxy server ........................................................... 99
PS ......................................................................... 283
punching .............................................................. 304
putput tray capacity ........................................... 301
paper type .......................................... 114, 279, 301
paper type and size, setting .............................. 123
paper type error .................................................. 278
parallel .................................................................. 259
Q
quantity ................................................................ 257
parallel interface ................................................. 310
parallel interface connector ................................. 31
R
password.............................................................. 258
Index
PCL ....................................................................... 256
recommended ....................................................... 73
PDF ....................................................................... 257
resolution ............................................................. 300
PDF direct print ..................................................... 85
rough surface plain paper, setting for using .. 130
PDF settings list .................................................. 158
port number ........................................................... 99
Port9100 ......................................................... 7, 267
336
S
PostScript ............................................................ 256
sample print ........................................................... 65
PostScript font list ............................................... 159
secure print ................................................... 65, 275
PostScript logical printers list............................ 159
service life of consujmables ............................. 320
power consumption ............................................ 302
service life of periodic replacement parts ...... 320
power save timer ................................................ 274
sleep mode ......................................................... 274
power saver mode ..................................... 166, 274
sleep mode timer ............................................... 274
SMB ..................................................................... 263
SMB port, enabling ............................................... 18
SNMP................................................................... 269
SNMP agent, enabling ......................................... 16
SNTP settings..................................................... 272
SOAP ................................................................... 268
software download ............................................. 276
special paper, prnting on ..................................... 49
spool mode ............................................................ 21
staple cartridge ...................................................... 32
staple cartridge, replacing ................................ 146
stapler faults ....................................................... 214
stapling ................................................................ 303
stopper .................................................................... 31
stored documents .............................................. 277
subnet mask, setting ............................................ 13
substitute tray ..................................................... 278
U
uninstalling ............................................................ 28
UPnP .................................................................... 267
USB-1 (1.1) ......................................................... 265
USB1.1 connector ................................................ 31
USB-2 (2.1) ......................................................... 266
USB2.0 connector ................................................ 31
W
warmup time........................................................ 298
waste toner bottle cover ...................................... 31
waste toner container, replacing ...................... 142
weight ................................................................... 303
WINS server ........................................................ 270
supported protocol ............................................. 302
switching off the printer ........................................ 37
switchingi on the printer ....................................... 36
system administrator menu .............................. 259
system settings................................................... 273
system settings list............................................. 154
T
TCP/IP ...................................................................... 3
TCP/IP setting .................................................... 269
TIFF logical printers list ..................................... 158
TIFF settings list ................................................. 157
toner cartridge ....................................................... 31
total number of printed pages, checking
by meter............................................................... 162
Index
toner cartridge, replacing .................................. 135
total number of printed pages, checking
by report .............................................................. 163
tray priority .......................................................... 279
tray type ............................................................... 303
troubleshooting ................................................... 183
TrueType font printing, setting ............................ 62
type....................................................................... 298
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DocuPrint C4350 User Guide
Human Interface Design Development
Development & Manufacturing Group
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
DE3558E2-1 (Edition 1)
April 2006
© 2006 by Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
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