Xerox Nuvera® Quick Start Cards

Xerox Nuvera® Quick Start Cards
January 2015
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Xerox Nuvera
Quick Start Cards
Xerox Nuvera® 100/120/144/157 EA Production System
Xerox Nuvera® 100/120/144 MX Production System
Table of Contents
Supplies
Provides information about Xerox Nuvera® 100/120/144/157 EA and
100/120/144 MX Production System Supplies and Customer
Replaceable Units (CRUs) along with the contact information needed
to order them.
Hints and Tips
Provides information about removing the output without disturbing in
progress sets and loading paper into the paper trays.
Job Programming
Shows you how to program some of the most commonly used Xerox
Nuvera® features/functions.
Troubleshooting
Provides information about Managing Paper Curl and how to avoid
receiving the “Required Stock not Loaded” message.
Refer to Xerox Nuvera® User Guide and Training Aid CD
for complete User information.
Table of Contents
Order Xerox Supplies
US: 1-800-822-2200
Canada: 1-800-668-0199
web: www.xerox.com/supplies
Dry Ink Bottle
Part # 6R1261 (North
America)
Part # 6R90357 (Europe)
MFF
Main Stapler Cartridge
Refill (100 sheet capacity)
Part # 8R12898
Xerox Glass, Lens
and Mirror Cleaner
Part # 8R3669
MFF
Main Stapler Cartridge
(100 sheet capacity)
Part # 8R12912
MFF
Booklet Stapler Cartridge
Part # 8R12897
Xerox Lint-free
Cleaning Cloths
Part #600S4372
MFF
Main Stapler Cartridge
(50 sheet capacity)
Part # 8R12920
MFF
Main Stapler Cartridge
Refill (50 sheet capacity)
Part # 8R12919
BFM Staples
30 sheet Part # 8R13034
100 sheet Part # 8R13033
Order Xerox CRUs
1-800-822-2979
Developer Waste Bottle
Part # 93K08651
Dry Ink Waste Bottle
Part # 93K14840
XE/DMO-E/FXAP
Part # 93K14850
Supplies and Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs)
Supplies
Hints and Tips
Pause Finisher – Removing your output
Pause Stacker
Loading Paper
Hints and Tips
Removing your Output
The Finisher Pause button pauses
printing to allow you to remove
finished sets from the main tray
without disturbing in progress sets.
MFF Finisher
Note
Wait until the BFM door light is
blinking before opening the door.
BFM Finisher
Pause Finisher
Pausing the XPS Stacker
The Stacker Unload button
operates a Pause function when the
stack is ejecting or retracting.
Pressing the button stops all motion
of the ejection or retraction process.
Stacker Unload
button
Pause Stacker
To restart the motion press the
button again. The Please Wait
indicator flashes when the ejection
platform is paused.
Caution
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Do not overload paper trays.
Make sure to fan paper before loading.
Do not slam or kick the paper trays. These actions may move
or flex the side guide and result in jams and skewed output.
Load only one ream at a time to maintain stack integrity.
Notes
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If the system is currently printing from the tray you need to
load, you will need to pause the printer.
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This guide will need to be rotated back for all other size media
in this tray.
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A stop position for A4 paper must be set up by Field Service in
Europe and Asia.
1. Open the paper tray and move the paper edge
guides away from the edges of the paper. For tray
2 you may need to rotate the rear stop guide.
2. Fan the new paper before placing the stack of
paper into a paper tray.
3. Place the new stack of paper in the paper tray and
make sure the feed direction is correct. Also, make
sure the height sensor is not pinned down by the
paper stack.
4. For paper tray 2, when using 8.5 in x 11" media,
rotate the white rear stop guide at the back of the
tray, as shown in the graphic below.
5. For paper tray 3 or 4, adjust the green baffle at
the back of the tray to prevent larger paper stacks,
such as 279 mm x 432 mm (11 x 17"), from
skewing when closing the paper tray.
6. When loading a different size or type of paper in a
tray, re-program the tray at the Free Flow Print
Server for the correct size, weight, type, color and
other attributes.
Tray 2 Rear Tray Guide
Loading Paper
Job Programming
Stapling Options (BFM)
Adding Covers
Adding Exceptions/Using Multiple Stocks
Print and Save a Copy to CD
Scan and Save a Copy to CD
Making Booklets (MFF only)
Proof a Held Job
Proof a Copy Job and Hold
C or Z-Folding with image on outside (MFF only)
Setting Up a Copy Job (XTB)
Setting Up a Saved Job (XTB)
Job Programming
1.1. Locate your Saved or Held job, and doubleclick to open it.
2. Select the Output tab.
3. Select the Stapling / Finishing drop-down
menu.
4. Select a stapling option.
Stapling Options (BFM)
1. Locate your Held or Saved job.
2. Double-click on your job to open it.
3. Select the Special Pages tab.
4. Choose Front Cover…
5. If desired, select Make the Front and Back Cover the
Same.
6. Select an option from the Print On menu.
7. Select your cover stock.
8. Select Add Cover.
Note
This feature is also available for copy jobs using Copy…
Adding Covers
1. Select Copy…
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. Select the job’s body stock from the Loaded
Stocks menu.
4. Select the Special Pages tab.
5. Click Exception Page…
6. In Exception Page Range, enter page numbers
and/or page range.
7. Select the stock for the Exception Pages from
the Loaded Stocks menu.
8. Select Add Exception.
Repeat steps 5 through 8 for each additional
exception page.
9. Select Close.
10. Load originals in the Document Handler and
click Copy in the Copy window.
Adding Exceptions/Using Multiple Stocks
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Insert a blank CDR or CDRW disk into the Media
Drive and close the drive door.
Load original in the Document Handler.
1. Select Copy…
2. Select the Advanced tab.
3. Using the Destination menu, select Print and
Save.
4. Select Save Location...
5. Use the Look In menu to select CD-RW0.
6. Select OK.
7. Select Copy to begin scanning.
Print and Save a Copy Job to CD
Insert a blank CDR or CDRW disk into the Media
Drive and close the drive door.
Load originals in the Document Handler.
1. Select Scan to File…
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. Enter a job name in the text box.
4. Select Save Location...
5. Use the Look In menu to select CD-RW0.
6. Select OK.
7. Choose the Save Format.
8. Select Scan to begin scanning.
Scan and Save a Copy Job to CD
Load originals in the Document Handler.
1. Select Copy...
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. Select Bi-Fold Stapled Multiple Sheets.
4. Choose 2 to 2 sided.
5. Select US Ledger 17 x 11" (A3).
If your originals are already in booklet format
skip to step 10.
6. Select the Output tab.
7. Select the Layout button.
8. Select Booklet.
9. Select Portrait.
10. Select Copy.
Making Booklets (MFF only)
1. From within the Paused Jobs list, right-click your
job.
2. Select Proof.
Note
Once your job has been proofed it is moved to the
Held By Queue.
Proof a Held Job
Load originals in the Document Handler.
1. Select Copy…
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. Enter the quantity of job sets.
4. Select Proof 1 Copy and Hold.
5. Select Copy.
Proof a Copy Job and Hold
Note
If needed, load 8.5 x 11" or A4, SEF in a paper tray.
Load original in the Document Handler, SEF.
1. Select Copy…
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. From the Loaded Stocks menu, select SEF 8.5 x
11” stock.
4. Select 1 Sided to 1 Sided.
5. Select C-Tri-Fold or Z-Tri-Fold.
6. Select Copy.
Note
This feature is also available for printing (through the print
driver).
C or Z-Folding (MFF only)
1. Select Copy…
2. Select the Basic tab.
3. Enter the quantity of job sets.
4. From the Loaded Stocks menu, select Letter or
A4.
5. In the Stapling/Finishing menu, select External
and roll over the icons to select the desired
profile.
6. Select Copy.
Setting Up a Copy Job (XTB)
1. Select Print From File…
2. In the Files tab, click on Browse to select the
desired file.
3. In the Look In menu, select Saved Jobs.
4. From the list, select the desired file.
5. Select OK.
1. Select the Basic tab.
2. Enter the quantity of job sets,
3. From the Loaded Stocks menu, select Letter or
A4.
4. In the Stapling/Finishing menu, select External
and roll over the icons to select the desired
profile.
5. Select Print.
Setting Up a Saved Job (XTB)
Troubleshooting
Managing Paper Curl if Your System has an SEM
Required Stock not Loaded
Optimizing job recovery for jobs containing Serialized Stocks
Troubleshooting
A properly adjusted Decurler prevents paper curl
and paper jams.
How do I adjust for curl?
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Auto Decurl Mode
1. Select Printer [Adjust Decurler].
Always make sure the Decurler Knob in the print engine is set
to MIN.
Decide if the curl in the stacked output is up or down.
Use Manual Mode only if you are not successful with the
Auto Mode.
2. Select the Auto Decurler radio button, select [OK] and test.
3. If further adjustment is needed, move the slider bar:
• From -1 to -3 to remove downcurl
• From 0 to +3 to remove upcurl
4. Select [OK].
Manual Decurl Mode
Up Curl
Down Curl
1. Select Printer [Adjust Decurler].
2. Select the Manual Decurler radio button.
3. Move the slide bar:
• From -1 to -5 to remove downcurl
• From 0 to +5 to remove upcurl
4. Select [OK].
Managing Paper Curl (SEM only)
Tips on How to Avoid Receiving the "Required
Stock not Loaded" Message
The best way to avoid receiving "Required Stock not Loaded"
messages is to load and program the feeder tray before you
program or submit the job. For example, if your job needs to use
blue stock, make sure you load the blue stock in the feeder tray
and then program the feeder tray for blue stock. The job can
then be programmed to use blue stock.
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Required Stock Not Loaded
If you loaded blue stock in a feeder tray, but forgot to program
it for blue stock (e.g. the color was programmed as white), then
the job needing the blue stock cannot print. If possible, when
programming the job's Paper Stock, select Loaded Stocks.
These are stocks currently loaded in the feeder trays. Using
Loaded Stocks is especially helpful when using multiple stocks
in one job.
When jobs include banner pages and/or error pages make sure
to have the correct stock loaded in the feeder trays.
For saved jobs, review the stock programming prior to
submitting the job and make sure all stocks are loaded and
programmed correctly.
Be sure to review any Special Pages stock programming for
Covers, Inserts and Exception Pages.
When loading new paper, make sure you program the stock
correctly for type, weight, color, and other attributes.
Check to make sure you are loading the paper correctly, either
LEF (Long Edge Feed) or SEF (Short Edge Feed), according to
your finishing devices. For example, some finishers require SEF
for folding or booklet making.
If a system fault condition occurs and requires a dynamic purge
of sheets, the machine will shut down after the purge is
completed. Similarly, if the system shuts down hard with a fault
condition, after clearing the jam the system will cycle up, purge
the paper path contents, and shut down again. After both of
these two types of conditions, a status message will display to
instruct the operator about job recovery. Be sure to disable
Serialized Stock Mode when finished to restore full auto job
recovery.
To Enable Serialized Stocks Mode:
1. From the FreeFlow Print Server user interface, select [Printer:
Media Optimization]. The window containing all selections
displays. Serialized Stock is above the area containing Media
Optimization Switches.
2. Select [Serialized Stock Mode] and [OK]. You are now
running in Serialized Stock mode which will print your job as
programmed and will only prompt you for job recovery
assistance following a system fault condition.
3. When you have completed running jobs that include
serialized stock, make sure you exit the Serialized Stock mode
by selecting [Printer: Media Optimization] and clearing
[Serialized Stock Mode] from inside the window containing
the selections.
Optimizing Job Recovery for Jobs Containing Serialized Stocks
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