Operating Instructions

Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions
Adjustment Item Menu Guide: TCRU/ORU
For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety Information in "Read This First" before using the machine.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction......................................................................................................................................................... 3
How to Read This Manual................................................................................................................................. 4
Symbols Used in the Manuals.......................................................................................................................4
Disclaimer........................................................................................................................................................4
Notes............................................................................................................................................................... 4
Machine Types............................................................................................................................................... 5
Manuals for This Machine................................................................................................................................. 6
About Printing Surfaces...................................................................................................................................... 7
1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Displaying the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] Button.................................................................9
Accessing Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators....................................................................................12
Layout of Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators..................................................................................... 14
Features of the Displayed Items and Setting Operations..............................................................................15
Notes on How Adjustment Settings are Applied to Printed Copies............................................................. 17
2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Menu Items and Functions............................................................................................................................... 19
Setting Values................................................................................................................................................... 27
[Machine: Image Position].......................................................................................................................... 27
[Machine: Image Quality]...........................................................................................................................34
[Machine: Paper Feed/ Output]................................................................................................................ 39
[Machine: Maintenance]............................................................................................................................ 47
[Finishing: Finisher].......................................................................................................................................54
[Finishing: Fold]............................................................................................................................................ 76
[Finishing: Perfect Binder]............................................................................................................................ 84
[Finishing: Stacker].......................................................................................................................................86
3. Custom Paper Settings for Administrators
Accessing Advanced Settings......................................................................................................................... 93
Access Using the Control Panel.................................................................................................................. 93
Access Using Web Image Monitor............................................................................................................ 95
Description of Paper Icons...............................................................................................................................96
Deleting Saved Custom Paper Profiles........................................................................................................... 97
Backing up and Restoring Custom Paper Profiles..........................................................................................99
Backing up Custom Paper Profiles Saved in the Saved Paper Library.................................................... 99
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Backing up Custom Paper Profiles Registered Under the [Edit Custom Paper] Setting........................100
Paper Presets in "Advanced Settings".......................................................................................................... 101
Displaying the Paper Profile Version........................................................................................................101
4. Details of Menu Items in Advanced Settings
Menu Items and Functions............................................................................................................................ 103
Setting Values.................................................................................................................................................110
Paper Feed Adjustment............................................................................................................................. 110
Paper Delivery Adjustment........................................................................................................................111
Image Position/Scaling Adjustment.........................................................................................................112
Line Speed Adjustment..............................................................................................................................118
Toner Adhesion Adjustment......................................................................................................................121
Transfer Adjustment................................................................................................................................... 121
Paper Feed Adjustment: Two-tray wide LCT........................................................................................... 124
Fuser Adjustment........................................................................................................................................126
Decurler Adjustment.................................................................................................................................. 131
Finishing Position Adjustment.................................................................................................................... 132
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Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions and notes on the operation and use of this machine. For your
safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the machine. Keep this manual in a handy
place for quick reference.
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How to Read This Manual
Symbols Used in the Manuals
This manual uses the following symbols:
Indicates points to pay attention to when using the machine, and explanations of likely causes of paper
misfeeds, damage to originals, or loss of data. Be sure to read these explanations.
Indicates supplementary explanations of the machine’s functions, and instructions on resolving user
errors.
This symbol is located at the end of sections. It indicates where you can find further relevant information.
[]
Indicates the names of keys on the machine's display or control panels.
Disclaimer
To the maximum extent permitted by applicable laws, in no event will the manufacturer be liable for any
damages whatsoever arising out of failures of this product, losses of documents or data, or the use or
non-use of this product and operation manuals provided with it.
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
Make sure that you always copy or have backups of the data registered in this machine. Documents or
data might be erased due to your operational errors or malfunctions of the machine.
In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
as a result of handling or operating the machine.
Notes
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
The manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of
parts other than genuine parts from the manufacturer with your office products.
For good output quality, the manufacturer recommends that you use genuine toner from the
manufacturer.
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Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
The explanations in this manual use screenshots and illustrations for Type 1, 2, and 3 machines.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual.
Machine Types
Check the type of your machine before reading the manuals.
• Type 1: Pro 8200EX/Pro 8200S *1
• Type 2: Pro 8210S
• Type 3: Pro 8220S
• Type 4: Pro 8210
• Type 5: Pro 8220
* The printer and scanner functions are not available on Pro 8200EX.
Certain types might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Depending on which country you are in, certain units may be optional. For details, please contact your
local dealer.
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Manuals for This Machine
The following manuals are for skilled operators only.
Adjustment Item Menu Guide
This manual explains the items in [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] and the advanced
settings for custom paper adjustment in "Advanced Settings".
Replacement Guide
This manual explains how to replace the machine's components.
Troubleshooting
This manual explains how to troubleshoot problems related to image quality, paper delivery, and
other aspects of machine operation.
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About Printing Surfaces
Depending on the setting, printed copies are fed as follows:
Side 1 is the surface of the paper printed during one-sided printing, or the surface of the first print during
duplex printing.
Side 2 is the surface of the paper printed on the back side of Side 1 during duplex printing.
Single-sided printing: Printed side face down
DSM008
A. Side 1
B. Paper feed direction of Side 1
Single-sided printing: Printed side face up
DSM009
A. Side 1
B. Paper feed direction of Side 1
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Duplex printing
DSM010
A. Side 1
B. Paper feed direction of Side 1
C. Side 2
D. Paper feed direction of Side 2
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled
Operators
Displaying the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled
Operators] Button
To use the Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators, you must first configure your machine's
Administrator Authentication Management setting.
1. Press the [User Tools] key on the control panel.
CWW222
2. Press [System Settings] on the display.
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
3. Press [Administrator Tools].
4. Press [ Next].
5. Press [Administrator Authentication Management].
6. Press [Machine Management].
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Displaying the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] Button
7. Select [On] for "Admin. Authentication".
8. Press [OK].
9. Press [Exit].
The [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] button appears.
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Accessing Adjustment Settings for Skilled
Operators
1. Press [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators].
2. Press [Login].
3. Enter your login user name, and then press [OK].
If you are logging on as the administrator for the first time, enter "admin".
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Accessing Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
4. Enter your login password, and then press [OK].
The Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators appears.
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Layout of Adjustment Settings for Skilled
Operators
This section explains how to use Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators.
1
2
3
DTJ001
1. Adjustment items are displayed in this area. Select the setting you want to specify or change.
2. Press this button to display the print screen. You can use this screen to view the changes you have
made.
3. Press this button to close Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators.
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Features of the Displayed Items and Setting Operations
Features of the Displayed Items and Setting
Operations
The following operations are available for each adjustment item:
• Value setting
• Item setting
• Executing
• Display only
Value setting
Press [+] to increase the value, or [-] to decrease.
Select [OK] to apply the new setting.
Item setting
Select the item you require.
Select [OK] to apply the new setting.
Executing
Press [OK] to perform a selected function.
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Display only
You can check the setting for the selected item.
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Notes on How Adjustment Settings are Applied to Printed Copies
Notes on How Adjustment Settings are Applied
to Printed Copies
The adjustment settings are applied to printed copies according to the settings specified for each paper
tray, paper size, and paper weight.
Depending on the adjustment setting, the same settings specified under different categories may be
applied to printed copies concurrently.
• Settings for each paper tray
• Settings for each paper weight
• Settings for each paper size
Settings for each paper tray
These adjustment settings can be specified for each paper tray.
The settings are applied only to printed copies fed from each paper tray.
Settings for each paper weight
These adjustment settings can be specified for each paper weight.
The settings are applied only to printed copies of each paper weight*1.
*1 This appears as [Paper Thickness] in "Tray Paper Settings".
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1. Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Settings for each paper size
These adjustment settings can be specified for each paper size.
The settings are applied only to printed copies of each paper size.
• For information about the paper tray, paper thickness, and tray paper size settings that can be
specified for a particular function, see the manual for the relevant function.
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2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment
Settings for Skilled Operators
Menu Items and Functions
[Machine: Image Position]
For details about the following items, see page 27 "[Machine: Image Position]".
No.
Item
Description
0101
[Adjust Image Position With Adjust the horizontal position of the print image.
Feed Direction]
0102
[Adjust Image Position
Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the vertical position of the print image.
0103
[Adjust Registration Paper
Buckle]
Adjust the degree of paper arching at the registration
gate*1.
0104
[Adjust Registration Paper
Buckle (Thick Paper)]
Adjust the degree of paper arching at the registration
gate*1 when using paper of Paper Weight 5 to 8.
0105
[Deactivate Image Position
Adjustment Across Feed
Dir]
Specify whether or not the machine automatically detects
paper pathway deviations during the paper feeding
process and adjusts the vertical position of the print
image accordingly.
Also specify whether or not to stop printing when the
vertical position has deviated exceeding the adjustable
range (3 mm/0.1 inch) when feeding.
0106
[Select Test Pattern for
Image Position Adjustment]
Select the test image for adjusting the image position.
0107
[ADF Adjustment] *2
Adjust the position and scaling applied to scanned
images when using the Auto Document Feeder (ADF).
0108
[ADF Double Feed
Detection] *2
Specify whether or not to detect multiple feeding of
originals loaded in the Auto Document Feeder (ADF).
*2
*1 This is an internal function for adjusting skew correction and transfer timing.
*2 This function is available for Pro 8200EX, Pro 8210S and Pro 8220S.
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2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
[Machine: Image Quality]
For details about the following items, see page 34 "[Machine: Image Quality]".
No.
Item
Description
0201
[Adjust Erase Margin With
Feed Direction]
Adjust the mask width at the leading edge or trailing
edge of the image.
0202
[Adjust Image Density]
Execute image density control manually.
0203
[Image Density Adjustment
Execute Interval]
Specify the number of sheets the machine prints before it
automatically adjusts image density.
0204
[Adjust Maximum Image
Density]
Specify the adhesion of toner to the drum surface and
intermediate transfer belt when image density adjustment
is executed.
0205
[Adjust Line Width]
Adjust the intensity of the laser for transferring image
data to the drum.
0206
[Adjust Density Difference
Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the image density difference between the top and
bottom of the image.
0207
[Adjust Fusing Temperature
on Standby]
Adjust the set fusing temperature according to the
machine status.
0208
[Avoid Ppr Trnsf Shock
Jitter: Feed Interval Adj]
Specify whether or not to enable the mode to reduce the
jitter*1 produced when paper enters the paper transfer
roller.
0211
[Toner Refreshing Mode]
Specify the threshold for the average image area ratio at
which toner refreshing mode is enabled.
0212
[Productivity Priority Mode]
Specify whether or not to increase throughput on a job
that involves printing on thick and then on thin paper.
0213
[Continuous Slip Sheet
Feed Mode]
Specify whether or not to temporarily stop the imaging
unit in order to avoid reductions in image quality that
may occur in continuous slip sheet feed mode.
*1 A shock that occurs as the leading or trailing end of paper passes through the transfer unit. When this
shock is transmitted to the drum via the intermediate transfer belt, banding occurs.
[Machine: Paper Feed/ Output]
For details about the following items, see page 39 "[Machine: Paper Feed/ Output]".
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Menu Items and Functions
No.
Item
Description
0301
[Double Feed Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect double feeding of
paper.
0302
[When Double Feed is
Detected]
Specify how the machine behaves when it detects a
double feed.
0304
[Skew Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect paper skew.
0305
[Skew Detection Level]
Adjust the permissible range of skew.
0306
[Adjust Wide LCT Fan
Level]
Adjust the airflow of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT
RT5080) for fanning the sheets.
0307
[Adjust Wide LCT Fan
Timer]
Adjust the duration of the airflow of the three-tray wide
LCT (LCIT RT5080) for fanning the sheets.
0308
[Pickup Assist Setting]
Specify the paper feed roller movement when using
three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080), LCT (LCIT RT5070),
and multi bypass tray.
0309
[Adjust Paper Separation
Time]
To prevent multi-feeding, adjust the paper separation
time when feeding paper.
0310
[Adjust Paper Curl]
Specify the method for straightening curled sheets.
0311
[Registration Jam Detection
with Feed Direction]
Specify whether or not to stop printing when the
deviation in the feed direction exceeds the adjustable
range (3 mm/0.1 inch) when feeding paper in the
paper tray or duplex unit.
0312
[Lower Jam Detection
Strictness]
Disables the following jam detection functions:
• Skew Detection (J49)
• Registration Detection with Feed Direction out of
range(J050) (correction control to be performed)
• Registration Detection across Feed Direction out of
range(J080) (correction control to be performed)
In addition, fix the CIS light intensity in Color Paper
Correction setting to Color Paper 2.
The setting is applied to all the paper types and trays at
a time.
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2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
[Machine: Maintenance]
For details about the following items, see page 47 "[Machine: Maintenance]".
No.
Item
Description
0502
[Execute Photoconductor
Refreshing]
Remove dust on the drum surface.
0503
[Unscrew/Screw-on Cap
to Replace Toner Bottle]
Screw on or unscrew the toner bottle cap.
0504
[Developer Fill]
Fill the developer unit with fresh developer.
0505
[Developer Fill: Result]
Display the result of filling developer.
0506
[Developer Exhaust]
Discharge used developer into the developer bottle.
0507
[Developer Exhaust: Result]
Display the result of discharging developer.
0509
[Developer Setup: Result]
Display the result of developer setup.
0512
[ITB Manual Lubrication]
Lubricate the intermediate transfer belt.
0515
[Reset Replaceable Parts
Counter]
Counter Reset the counter for replaceable parts.
0516
[Estimated Life Already
Used]
Display the duty cycle counters of replaceable parts.
0517
[Temperature / Humidity
inside the Machine]
Display the internal temperature and humidity.
0518
[Temperature / Humidity
outside the Machine]
Display the external temperature and humidity.
0520
[Back Up / Restore Custom
Paper Data]
Back up and restore custom paper profiles.
0521
[Counter Settings for Fusing
Unit Replacement]
This setting can be used with multiple fuser units.
Up to four fuser units can be recorded.
Displays the counter of each part of the fuser unit.
0522
[Execute Charger
Cleaning]
Clean the charge unit.
[Finishing: Finisher]
For details about the following items, see page 54 "[Finishing: Finisher]".
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Menu Items and Functions
No.
Item
Description
0601
[Adjust Staple Position for
Booklet]
Adjust the horizontal position of the booklet staples when
using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0602
[Adjust Folding Position for
Booklet]
Adjust the horizontal position of the folding when using
Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0603
[Adjust Staple Position
Across Feed Direction 1]
Adjust the vertical position of the staple (applied at an
edge) when using the Finisher SR5050 or Booklet
Finisher SR5060.
0604
[Adjust Staple Position
Across Feed Direction 2]
Adjust the vertical position of the staples (dual) when
using the Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0605
[Adjust Staple Position With Adjust the horizontal position of the staples when using
Feed Direction]
Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0606
[Adjust Punch Position
Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the vertical position of the punch holes when using
Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0607
[Adjust Punch Position With
Feed Direction]
Adjust the horizontal position of the punch holes when
using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0608
[Paper Alignment for
Booklet Across Feed Dir.]
Adjust the width of the staple jogger*1 for booklets when
using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0609
[Set Number of Folds for
Booklet]
Specify the number of additional booklet folds when
using the Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0610
[Paper Alignment for
Booklet With Feed Dir.]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper for
booklets when using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0611
[Paper Alignment for
Stapling Across Feed
Direction]
Adjust the width of the staple jogger*1 for edge stapling
when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
0612
[Paper Alignment in Shift
Adjust the width of the paper alignment jogger*1 in the
Tray Across Feed Direction] shift tray when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
0613
[Paper Alignment for
Stapling With Feed
Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper for
edge stapling when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet
Finisher SR5060.
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No.
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Item
Description
0614
[Punch Skew Correction]
Disable punch skew correction if jams or edge-folding
problems occur particularly when punching lightweight
paper using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
0615
[Z-fold Skew Correction]
Specify how to correct skew (occurring during paper
transport) when Z-folding with the folding unit.
0616
[Correct Z-fold Skew]
Adjust the length of sheets moved for Z-fold skew
correction.
0617
[Correct Z-fold Skew
(Reverse)]
Adjust how much the registration roller rotates in reverse
for Z-fold skew correction.
0618
[Correct Punch Skew]
Adjust the amount of skew correction for punching when
using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0619
[Paper Alignment in Shift
Tray Setting]
Specify the accuracy of printed paper alignment when
applying shift-sorting with the Finisher SR5050 or
Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0620
[Number of Sheet Align for
Stapling]
Specify the number of sheets the staple unit aligns at a
time for stapling.
0621
[Adjust Output Tray
Descending Position]
Specify the descending position for the finisher shift tray
when paper is delivered to it using Finisher SR5050 or
Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0622
[Adjust Exit Guide Close
Timing (Booklet Fin)]
Specify when to close the exit guide after paper is
delivered to the finisher shift tray of Finisher SR5050 or
Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0623
[Output Trail Edge Press
Setting]
Specify whether or not to press down the trailing edge of
the paper when it is delivered to the finisher shift tray of
Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0624
[Output Fan Setting]
Specify how the shift tray fan moves when using Finisher
SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
0625
[Adjust Output Fan Level]
Adjust the airflow of the shift tray for fanning the sheets
when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
0626
[Maximum No. Stacked
Sheets in Output Tray]
Specify the amount of paper stacked in Finisher SR5050
or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Menu Items and Functions
*1 Guide for alignment of printed paper. Printed paper is centered by the right and left guides.
[Finishing: Fold]
For details about the following items, see page 76 "[Finishing: Fold]".
No.
Item
Description
0701
[Half Fold Position (Multisheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position of half folded sheets when using
the multi-folding unit.
0702
[Letter Fold-out Position 1
(Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position for the bottom segment of letter
fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
0703
[Letter Fold-out Position 2
(Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the overall fold size of letters fold-out sheets when
using the multi-folding unit.
0704
[Letter Fold-in Position 1
(Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment of letter
fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
0705
[Letter Fold-in Position 2
(Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position of letters fold-in sheets when
using the multi-folding unit.
0706
[Folding Unit Tray Full
Detection]
Specify whether or not to automatically detect when the
folding unit tray becomes full.
0707
[Number of Sheets Folded
after Full Detection]
Specify the number of sheets the machine prints when it
detects that the folding unit tray is full before displaying a
warning message.
0708
[Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Adjust the width of the bottom end segment of Z-folded
sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
0709
[Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
Adjust the overall fold size of Z-fold sheets when using
the multi-folding unit.
[Finishing: Perfect Binder]
For details about the following items, see page 84 "[Finishing: Perfect Binder]".
No.
0801
Item
[Cover Sheet Position for
Perfect Binding With Feed
Dir]
Description
Adjust the horizontal alignment of the cover sheet
position when performing perfect binding.
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No.
Item
Description
0802
[Cover Sheet Position for
Perfect Binding Across
Feed Dir]
Adjust the vertical alignment of the cover sheet position
when performing perfect binding.
0803
[Adjust Perfect Binding
Finishing Angle]
Square the top, bottom, and outside edges when
trimming a deck of paper.
0804
[Adjust Applying Binding
Glue]
Adjust the amount of glue applied to the book block's
spine when you bind copies with the perfect binder.
[Finishing: Stacker]
For details about the following items, see page 86 "[Finishing: Stacker]".
No.
Item
Description
0901
[Paper Alignment in
Stacker Tray Across Feed
Direction 1]
Adjust the width of the main jogger*1 when the high
capacity stacker is installed.
0902
[Paper Alignment in
Stacker Tray Across Feed
Direction 2]
Adjust the width of the sub jogger*1 when the high
capacity stacker is installed.
0903
[Paper Alignment in
Stacker Tray With Feed
Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper
when the high capacity stacker is installed.
0904
[Paper Alignment in 2nd
Stacker Tray Across Feed
Dir. 1]
Adjust the width of the main jogger*1 when the second
high capacity stacker is installed.
0905
[Paper Alignment in 2nd
Stacker Tray Across Feed
Dir. 2]
Adjust the width of the sub jogger*1 when the second
high capacity stacker is installed.
0906
[Paper Alignment in 2nd
Stacker Tray With Feed
Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper
when the second high capacity stacker is installed.
0907
[Maximum Stack Quantity
in Stacker Tray]
Set the maximum number of sheets for the stacker tray.
*1 Guide for alignment of printed paper. Printed paper is centered by the right and left guides.
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Setting Values
Setting Values
[Machine: Image Position]
0101: [Adjust Image Position With Feed Direction]
Adjust the horizontal position of the print image.
You cannot individually adjust the image position on sides 1 and 2.
Side 1
Paper feed direction
Top
(-)
Default
(+)
Left
(Leading Edge)
Right
(Trailing Edge)
Bottom
CEZ012
Press [+] to shift the image to the right (trailing edge).
Press [−] to shift the image the left (leading edge).
Side 2
Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Default
Left
(Trailing edge)
(-)
Right
(Leading edge)
Bottom
CEZ013
Press [+] to shift the image to the left (trailing edge).
Press [−] to shift the image to the right (leading edge).
• If sheets are delivered face down, turn them over horizontally and check the image position.
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• If the leading-edge margin on Side 1 of the paper is too narrow, paper jams may occur.
• If the trailing-edge margin on Side 1 of the paper is too narrow, paper jams may occur when
printing on the back side of paper during duplex printing.
Leading-edge margin
Trailing-edge margin
Paper feed direction
CEZ586
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 08: [Adj Image Position of Side1 With Feed], 09: [Adj Image Position
of Side2 With Feed] in "Advanced Settings" takes precedence.
Setting Items
[Paper Weight 0]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
[Paper Weight 1]
[Paper Weight 2]
[Paper Weight 3]
[Paper Weight 4]
[Paper Weight 5]
[Paper Weight 6]
[Paper Weight 7]
[Paper Weight 8]
0102: [Adjust Image Position Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the vertical position of the print image.
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Setting Values
Side 1
Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Left
(Leading edge)
Right
(Trailing edge)
Default
(-)
Bottom
CEZ015
Press [+] to shift the image to the top.
Press [−] to shift the image to the bottom.
Side 2
Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Left
(Trailing edge)
Right
(Leading edge)
Default
(-)
Bottom
CEZ014
Press [+] to shift the image to the top.
Press [−] to shift the image to the bottom.
• If sheets are delivered face down, turn them over horizontally and check the image position.
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 10: [Adj Image Position of Side1 Across Feed], 11: [Adj Image
Position of Side2 Across Feed] in "Advanced Settings" takes precedence.
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Setting Items
[Tray 1]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
[Tray 2]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[2 Sided]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
0103: [Adjust Registration Paper Buckle]
Adjust the degree of paper arching at the registration gate.
If the paper arching is too small or too large, the image may be misaligned or the paper may become
skewed.
This setting is only effective for paper of Paper Weight 1 to 4.
When using paper of Paper Weight 5 to 8, the setting specified in 0104: [Adjust Registration Paper
Buckle (Thick Paper)] takes precedence.
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the degree of paper arching.
Setting Items
[Tray 1-3]
[Tray 4-7, T1-T4]
[2 Sided]
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
2
5
-5
1
mm
Setting Values
0104: [Adjust Registration Paper Buckle (Thick Paper)]
Adjust the degree of paper arching at the registration gate when using paper of Paper Weight 5 to 8.
By adjusting the degree of paper arching for relatively stiff thick paper, you can prevent image
misalignment and paper skew.
For paper of Paper Weight 1 to 4, specify 0103: [Adjust Registration Paper Buckle].
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the degree of paper arching.
Setting Items
[Paper Weight 5]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
5
-5
1
mm
[Paper Weight 6]
[Paper Weight 7]
[Paper Weight 8]
0105: [Deactivate Image Position Adjustment Across Feed Dir]
Specify whether or not the machine automatically detects paper pathway deviations during the paper
feeding process and adjusts the vertical position of the print image accordingly.
Printing will stop when the vertical position has deviated exceeding the adjustable range (3 mm/0.1
inch). Specify [Deactivate Only Jam Detection] to continue printing.
This function relies on a sensor that receives light reflected from the paper's surface. Because of this, it
may not work with dark paper, transparent film, or printed paper that has no margins. If this function
does not work with the paper you have loaded, disable this function by selecting [Deactivate].
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 12: [Deactivate Image Position Adjustment] in "Advanced Settings"
takes precedence.
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Setting Items
[Tray 1]
Values
[Deactivate]
Default Value
[Do not Deactivate]
[Do not Deactivate]
[Tray 2]
[Deactivate Only Jam
Detection]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[2 Sided]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
0106: [Select Test Pattern for Image Position Adjustment]
This function is available for Pro 8200EX, Pro 8210S and Pro 8220S.
Select the test image for adjusting the image position.
If [Copy Image] is selected, the image scanned using the Auto Document Feeder (ADF) or exposure
glass is printed.
If [Frame Image] is selected, stripe test patterns are printed.
Setting Items
[Test Pattern]
Values
[Copy Image]
Default Value
[Copy Image]
[Frame Image]
0107: [ADF Adjustment]
This function is available for Pro 8200EX, Pro 8210S and Pro 8220S.
Adjust the position and scaling applied to scanned images when using the Auto Document Feeder
(ADF).
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Setting Values
By specifying this setting, you can correct image misalignment, expansion, and shrinkage due to nonuniform paper feeding.
In [Adjust Image Position of Side 1 With Feed Dir], adjust the position of the image on side 1 parallel to
the paper feed direction. Press [+] to shift the image to the left (leading edge) or [−] to shift it to the right
(trailing edge).
In [Adjust Image Position of Side 2 With Feed Dir], adjust the position of the image on side 2 parallel to
the paper feed direction. Press [+] to shift the image to the right (leading edge) or [−] to shift it to the left
(trailing edge).
In [Adjust Magnification With Feed Direction], adjust the horizontal image scaling on sides 1 and 2.
Press [+] to reduce the scaling and [−] to increase it.
Setting Items
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
5.0
-5.0
0.1
mm
[Adjust Image Position of Side 1
With Feed Dir]
[Adjust Image Position of Side 2
With Feed Dir]
[Adjust Magnification With Feed
Direction]
%
0108: [ADF Double Feed Detection]
This function is available for Pro 8200EX, Pro 8210S and Pro 8220S.
Specify whether or not to detect multiple feeding of originals loaded in the Auto Document Feeder
(ADF).
If [On] is selected, the machine stops printing and displays a message reporting a paper jam when it
detects multiple feeding. The machine may erroneously detect double feeding when you use creased,
scratched or torn originals, originals with holes, perforated originals, or originals with sticky notes or
tape affixed. In such a case, select [Off] to prevent erroneous detection.
Setting Items
[Double Feed Detection]
Values
[On]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
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[Machine: Image Quality]
0201: [Adjust Erase Margin With Feed Direction]
Adjust the mask width at the leading edge or trailing edge of the image.
By increasing the mask width, you can increase the paper margin at the leading edge, or trailing edge
of the paper.
If misfeeding of paper occurs when using loose paper such as thin or coated paper, increase the mask
width. This will increase the unprinted area at the leading edge or trailing edge of the paper and
facilitate paper separation from the fusing belt.
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the mask width.
Paper feed direction
Trailing edge
Leading edge
CZC211
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 13: [Adjust Erase Margin of Leading Edge], 14: [Adjust Erase Margin
of Trailing Edge] in "Advanced Settings" takes precedence.
Setting Items
[Adjust Erase Margin of Leading
Edge]
[Adjust Erase Margin of Trailing
Edge]
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
6.0
0.0
0.1
mm
Setting Values
0202: [Adjust Image Density]
Execute image density control manually.
The machine adjusts the image density. This operation takes about 30 seconds during which a message
appears on the control panel. Do not pull out the drawer while the message is being displayed.
If the density does not change after applying this function several times, contact your sales or service
representative.
• The machine executes automatic image density adjustment after a set interval or after printing a
specified number of sheets. However, you can also manually initiate automatic image density
adjustment whenever you want.
Setting Items
Values
[Image Density Adjustment: Manual Execute]
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
0203: [Image Density Adjustment Execute Interval]
Specify the number of sheets the machine prints before it automatically adjusts image density.
After printing the specified number of sheets, the machine automatically adjusts image density.
If you set this to "0", image density adjustment will not be executed automatically.
• If you need to adjust the image density manually for machine maintenance, execute 0202: [Adjust
Image Density].
Setting Items
[No. of Pages per Interval (B&W
Printing)]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
4000
5000
0
1
sheet(s)
0204: [Adjust Maximum Image Density]
Specify the adhesion of toner to the drum surface and intermediate transfer belt when image density
adjustment is executed.
After specifying this setting, execute 0202: [Adjust Image Density].
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the toner adhesion.
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• Increasing the toner adhesion might reduce fusibility, causing toner splatter or distorted text and
thin lines.
Setting Items
[Black]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
5
-5
1
None
0205: [Adjust Line Width]
Adjust the intensity of the laser for transferring image data to the drum.
If you increase the laser intensity, the line width is increased. By adjusting the laser intensity, you can
adjust the line width.
After specifying this setting, execute 0202: [Adjust Image Density].
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the laser intensity.
• Adjusting this setting may cause distorted text and blurred lines. Check the printed images while
making the adjustment.
Setting Items
[Black]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
5
-5
1
None
0206: [Adjust Density Difference Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the image density difference between the top and bottom of the image.
To make the adjusted settings take effect, turn the main power off and then back on.
Press [+] to increase the density at the bottom (and decrease it at the top) and press [−] to decrease the
density at the bottom (and increase it at the top).
• Depending on the machine's other settings, this setting may have no effect.
Setting Items
[Black]
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
10
-10
1
None
Setting Values
0207: [Adjust Fusing Temperature on Standby]
Adjust the set fusing temperature according to the machine status.
To achieve proper fusing when printing, the machine adjusts the temperature of the heating roller
according to the paper type or thickness. You can reduce the wait time during which the machine makes
this adjustment by changing the temperature in effect during standby.
In [Temperature on Standby Mode], specify the fusing temperature in standby mode (when the panel is
lit and the machine is ready for immediate operation).
In [Temperature on Low Power Mode], specify the fusing temperature in energy saver mode.
In [Temperature Before Performing a Process], you can specify the fusing temperature applied when the
machine is accessed from the control panel or when the machine is receiving print jobs.
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the temperature.
• Depending on the machine's other settings, changing this setting might increase the waiting time
before a process is performed.
Setting Items
[Temperature on
Standby Mode]
Default Value
160 (Pro 8220S/8220)
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
200
0
1
degree(s)
155 (Pro 8210S/8210)
150 (Pro 8200EX)
[Temperature on
Low Power Mode]
75 (Pro 8220S/8220)
160 (Pro 8210S/8210)
155 (Pro 8200EX)
[Temperature
175 (Pro 8220S/8220)
Before Performing a 170 (Pro 8210S/8210)
Process]
165 (Pro 8200EX)
0208: [Avoid Ppr Trnsf Shock Jitter: Feed Interval Adj]
Specify whether or not to enable the mode to reduce the jitter*1 produced when paper enters the paper
transfer roller.
If "1" is selected, the machine adjusts the interval between sheets to reduce jitter. However, the
throughput may be reduced when you use paper larger than A4 or 81/2 × 14 . If this happens, turn
this setting off to improve the throughput.
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• Jitter does not occur with A4 , 81/2 × 14 or smaller paper.
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 33: [Avoid Ppr Trns Shck Jitr: Fed Intvl Adj] in "Advanced Settings"
takes precedence.
Setting Items
[Avoid Ppr Trnsf Shock Jitter: Feed
Interval Adj]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
1
0
1
–
*1 The jitter occurs when the leading or trailing edge of paper that passes through the paper transfer unit is
transmitted to the drum unit via the intermediate transfer belt, causing banding.
0211: [Toner Refreshing Mode]
If the average image ratio drops below the threshold, toner refreshing mode is enabled.
In toner refreshing mode, the machine monitors the average image area ratio. If it drops below the
threshold, the machine forcibly consumes some toner to keep the toner consumption at the specified
level. If you continuously print images with a low image area ratio, the toner in the developer unit
deteriorates and may cause mottling. To prevent this, the machine can consume some toner if the
average image area ratio drops below the threshold, keeping the toner consumption at the specified
level.
By pressing [+], toner degradation may decrease while toner consumption increases.
By pressing [−], toner degradation increase while toner consumption decreases.
Setting Items
[Image Area Ratio Threshold]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
2.0
25.5
0.0
0.1
%
0212: [Productivity Priority Mode]
Specify whether or not to increase throughput on a job that involves printing on thick and then on thin
paper.
After printing on the thick paper, the machine usually stops so that the fusing temperature decreases
before printing on the thin paper.
If you specify [On] for this setting, the machine will print non-stop so that the fusing temperature does not
decrease. This increases throughput and the job will complete quicker.
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Setting Values
However, it might result in uneven print quality on the thin paper.
Setting Items
Values
[Productivity Priority]
Default Value
[On]
[On]
[Off]
0213: [Continuous Slip Sheet Feed Mode]
Specify whether or not to temporarily stop imaging during continuous slip sheet feeding.
Continuous slip sheet feeding causes the imaging unit to run idle, causing image problems including
tonner dispersion, scumming, streaks, uneven gloss, and gloss streaks. You can avoid such problems by
stopping the imaging unit while the inserter is running.
Setting [Stop Imaging Unit When Slip Sheet is Fed Continuously] to [On] will cause a delay because the
imaging unit is stopped after it is started. For example, with normal paper of Paper Weight 2, the
machine has a waiting time of approx. 11 seconds.
Use this option if you want to avoid the above-described image problems when continuously feeding
slip sheets.
Setting Items
Values
[Stop Imaging Unit When Slip Sheet is Fed
Continuously]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
[Off]
When this is set to [On], specify the number of slip sheets to be continuously fed before the imaging unit
is stopped.
Setting Items
[No. of Sheets to Stop Imaging Unit
if Continuous Feed]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
2.0
25.5
0.0
0.1
sheet(s)
[Machine: Paper Feed/ Output]
0301: [Double Feed Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect double feeding of paper.
If [On] is selected, the machine stops when it detects paper double feeding, so as to prevent mixing of
unprinted paper.
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The machine may not correctly detect double feeding when using special paper (two-ply paper such as
release paper). In such a case, select [Off].
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 04: [Double Feed Detection] in "Advanced Settings" takes
precedence.
Setting Items
[Tray 1]
[Tray 2]
Values
[On]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
0302: [When Double Feed is Detected]
Specify how the machine behaves when it detects a double feed.
If [Suspended] is selected, the machine, on detecting a double feed, stops printing and displays a paper
misfeed message.
If [Suspended After Ppr. Dvrsion.] is selected, the machine stops printing if a double feed is detected,
then delivers the sheets to the paper trap inside the machine at the bottom left, and displays a paper
misfeed message.
This setting is enabled only if 0301: [Double Feed Detection] is set to [On].
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[When Double Feed is Detected]
Values
[Suspended]
[Suspended After Ppr.
Dvrsion.]
Default Value
[Suspended After Ppr.
Dvrsion.]
0304: [Skew Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect paper skew.
If the machine detects a paper skew when [On] is selected, the machine will stop printing and display a
message reporting a paper jam.
The machine may erroneously detect paper skew when using dark paper or paper printed to its edges.
In such a case, select [Off].
• You can adjust the skew detection level by specifying 0305: [Skew Detection Level].
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 05: [Skew Detection] in "Advanced Settings" takes precedence.
Setting Items
[Tray 1]
[Tray 2]
Values
[On]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[2 Sided]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
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0305: [Skew Detection Level]
Adjust the permissible range of skew.
By increasing the permissible range of skew, you can make the machine print without stopping for skews
within the permissible range.
This is enabled only if 0304: [Skew Detection] is set to [On].
Press [+] to increase the permissible range or [−] to decrease it.
Setting Items
[Tray 1]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
3.0
7.5
1.6
0.1
mm
[Tray 2]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[2 Sided]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
0306: [Adjust Wide LCT Fan Level]
Adjust the airflow of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080) for fanning the sheets.
The Wide LCT fans sheets by blowing air between the sheets before feeding them.
By increasing the airflow, you can reduce multiple feeding and paper jams when printing on coated or
thick paper.
Press [+] to increase the airflow, or [−] to decrease.
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Setting Values
• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 02: [Adjust Wide LCT Fan Level] in "Advanced Settings" takes
precedence.
Setting Items
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
70
100
10
10
%
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
0307: [Adjust Wide LCT Fan Timer]
Adjust the duration of the airflow of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080) for fanning the sheets.
The Wide LCT fans sheets by blowing air between the sheets before feeding them.
By increasing the duration of the airflow, you can reduce multiple feeding and paper jams when printing
on coated or thick paper.
Press [+] to increase the duration of the airflow or [−] to decrease it.
• Increasing the duration of the airflow may reduce throughput.
Setting Items
[Tray 4]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
3
10
1
1
second(s)
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
0308: [Pickup Assist Setting]
Specify the paper feed roller movement when using three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080), LCT (LCIT
RT5070), and multi bypass tray.
If the paper feed roller fails to pick up slippery paper such as coated paper, and misfeeding of paper
occurs, set this to [On].
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• This setting is not effective for paper fed from paper trays with custom paper presets. For such
paper, the value specified in 03: [Pickup Assist Setting] in "Advanced Settings" takes precedence.
Setting Items
[Tray 4: Wide LCT]
[Tray 5: Wide LCT]
[Tray 6: Wide LCT]
Values
[Auto Select]
Default Value
[Auto Select]
[On]
[Off]
[Tray 4: LCT]
[Tray 5: LCT]
[Tray 6: LCT]
[Tray 7]
0309: [Adjust Paper Separation Time]
To prevent multi-feeding, adjust the paper separation time when feeding paper. To prevent multifeeding, adjust the paper separation time for feeding paper when using three-tray wide LCT (LCIT
RT5080), LCT (LCIT RT5070), and multi bypass tray.
Adjust this parameter if multi-feeding problems occur frequently.
Press [+] to increase the paper separation time or [−] to decrease.
• Be aware, however, that increasing the paper separation time increases the reverse roller-paper
contact time, leading to a higher risk of paper scratching.
• Also, note that optimum printing speed might not be possible if the paper separation time is
increased.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[Tray 4: Wide LCT]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
1000
0
5
millisecond(s)
[Tray 5: Wide LCT]
[Tray 6: Wide LCT]
[Tray 4: LCT]
[Tray 5: LCT]
[Tray 6: LCT]
[Tray 7]
0310: [Adjust Paper Curl]
Specify the method for straightening curled sheets.
Select the method according to the direction and degree of curl.
If the paper is curled face up, select " Curl". If it is curled face down, select " Curl". Depending on
how much the paper is curled, specify the degree of correction by selecting "Weak" or "Strong".
Setting Items
[Tray 1]
Values
[Adjust
Curl: Off]
[Adjust
Curl: Weak]
[Adjust
Curl: Strong]
[Adjust
Curl: Off]
[Tray 4]
[Adjust
Curl: Weak]
[Tray 5]
[Adjust
Curl: Strong]
[Tray 2]
[Tray 3]
Default Value
[Adjust
Curl: Off]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
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0311: [Registration Jam Detection with Feed Direction]
Specify whether or not to stop printing when the deviation in the feed direction exceeds the adjustable
range (3 mm/0.1 inch) when feeding paper in the paper tray or duplex unit.
If [On] is selected, an error message appears and the machine stops printing if the paper misalignment
exceeds the adjustable range.
If [Off] is selected, the machine continues printing while the maximum correction of 3 mm (0.1 inch) is
applied even though the paper misalignment exceeds the adjustable range.
Setting Items
[Tray 1]
[Tray 2]
Values
[On]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
[Tray 3]
[Tray 4]
[Tray 5]
[Tray 6]
[Tray 7]
[Duplex]
[Tray T1]
[Tray T2]
[Tray T3]
[Tray T4]
0312: [Lower Jam Detection Strictness]
Disables the following jam detection functions:
• Skew Detection (J49)
• Registration Detection with Feed Direction out of range(J050) (correction control to be performed)
• Registration Detection across Feed Direction out of range(J080) (correction control to be
performed)
In addition, fix the CIS light intensity in Color Paper Correction setting to Color Paper 2.
The setting is applied to all the paper types and trays at a time.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[Lower Jam Detection Strictness]
Values
[On]
Default Value
[On]
[Off]
[Machine: Maintenance]
0502: [Execute Photoconductor Refreshing]
Remove dust on the drum surface.
This operation takes about 4 minutes. Do not open the front covers during the operation.
Setting Items
[Execute Photoconductor Refreshing]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
0503: [Unscrew/Screw-on Cap to Replace Toner Bottle]
Screw on or unscrew the toner bottle cap.
By pressing [OK], the cap is screwed on. Screwing on the cap allows you to remove a toner bottle still in
use. Use this to replace a toner bottle in use with a new toner bottle.
Setting Items
[Unscrew / Screw-on Cap of Toner Bottle 1]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
[Unscrew / Screw-on Cap of Toner Bottle 2]
0504: [Developer Fill]
Fill the developer unit with fresh developer.
Use this to replace the developer. This operation can take up to 2 minutes. Do not pull the unit out during
the operation. For details about filling developer, see the Replacement Guide.
Setting Items
[Execute Developer Fill]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
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0505: [Developer Fill: Result]
Display the result of filling developer.
If the developer replenishment fails, check the displayed code and troubleshoot the problem
accordingly. If countermeasures do not work or a code that is not on the list is displayed, contact your
service representative.
For details about filling/discharging developer, see the Replacement Guide.
Code
Status
Causes
Solutions
1
Succeeded (developer
replenished)
-
-
2
Developer not discharged
Developer in the developer
unit has not been
discharged.
A new developer bottle is
required. Contact your
service representative.
3
Developer not replenished
• The developer bottle is
not attached to the
inlet.
Attach a new developer
bottle to the inlet, pull out
the seal, and then try the
operation again.
• The developer bottle is
attached to the inlet,
but its seal has not
been pulled out.
9
Replenishment quit forcefully
• The front covers have
been closed.
• The power was turned
off during the
operation.
Open the front covers, turn
on the main power, and
then try the operation again.
0506: [Developer Exhaust]
Discharge used developer into the developer bottle.
Use this to replace the developer. This operation can take up to 3 minutes. Do not pull the unit out during
the operation. For details about discharging developer, see the Replacement Guide.
Setting Items
[Execute Developer Exhaust]
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Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
Setting Values
0507: [Developer Exhaust: Result]
Display the result of discharging developer.
If the developer discharge fails, check the displayed code and troubleshoot the problem accordingly. If
countermeasures do not work or a code that is not on the list is displayed, contact your service
representative.
For details about filling/discharging developer, see the Replacement Guide.
Code
Status
1
Succeeded (developer
discharged)
2
Developer not discharged
Causes
-
Solutions
-
• The developer bottle is
not attached to the
outlet.
Detach the developer bottle,
attach it to the outlet, and
then try the operation again.
• The developer bottle is
attached to the outlet,
but the outlet shutter is
not open.
9
Replenishment quit forcefully
• The front covers have
been closed.
• The power was turned
off during the
operation.
Open the front covers, turn
on the main power, and
then try the operation again.
0509: [Developer Setup: Result]
Display the result of developer setup.
If the developer setup fails, check the displayed code and troubleshoot the problem accordingly. If
countermeasures do not work or a code that is not on the list is displayed, contact your service
representative.
For details about filling/discharging developer, see the Replacement Guide.
Code
1
Status
Succeeded
Causes
-
Solutions
-
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Code
2
Status
Developer setup failure
Causes
• The developer bottle is
not attached to the
outlet.
• The developer bottle is
attached to the inlet,
but its seal has not
been pulled out.
9
Replenishment quit forcefully
• The front covers have
been closed.
• The power was turned
off during the
operation.
Solutions
Attach a new developer
bottle to the inlet, pull out
the seal, and then try the
operation again.
Open the front covers, turn
on the main power, and
then try the operation again.
0512: [ITB Manual Lubrication]
Lubricate the intermediate transfer belt.
Lubrication makes the surface of the intermediate transfer belt smoother, which extends the life of the
cleaning unit for the intermediate transfer belt.
This operation takes about 5 minutes during which a message appears on the control panel.
After you have replaced the cleaning unit for the intermediate transfer belt, lubricate it. For details about
lubricating the unit, see the Replacement Guide.
Setting Items
[Execute ITB Manual Lubrication]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
0515: [Reset Replaceable Parts Counter]
Reset the duty cycle counter for replaceable parts.
After replacing a part, reset its duty cycle counter. For details about replacing units, see the Replacement
Guide.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[Developer]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
[Photoconductor Unit]
[Charge Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Photoconductor Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Intermediate Transfer Belt]
[Transfer Unit]
[Fusing Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Fusing Unit]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 1]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 2]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 3]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 4: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 5: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 6: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 4]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 5]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 6]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 7]
[ADF]
0516: [Estimated Life Already Used]
Display the duty cycle counters of replaceable parts.
When a counter reaches 100%, replace the corresponding part. When a part is due for replacement, a
notification message appears on the control panel. If you keep using the part without replacing it, its
duty cycle will continue to increase up to a maximum of 255%.
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Setting Items
[Developer]
Remarks
Value display only.
[Photoconductor Unit]
[Charge Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Photoconductor Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Intermediate Transfer Belt]
[Transfer Unit]
[Fusing Unit]
[Cleaning Unit for Fusing Unit]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 1]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 2]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 3]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 4: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 5: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller (Tray 6: Wide LCT)]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 4]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 5]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 6]
[Paper Feed Roller: Tray 7]
[ADF]
0517: [Temperature / Humidity inside the Machine]
Display the internal temperature and humidity.
If your service representative requests it, report this information.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[Temperature]
Remarks
Value display only.
[Humidity]
0518: [Temperature / Humidity outside the Machine]
Display the external temperature and humidity.
If your service representative requests it, report this information.
Setting Items
[Temperature]
Remarks
Value display only.
[Humidity]
0520: [Back Up / Restore Custom Paper Data]
Back up and restore custom paper profiles.
With [Back Up Saved Paper Library], custom paper profiles saved in [Saved Paper Library] can be
backed up to the SD card inserted in the back of the machine.
With [Back Up Custom Paper Settings], custom paper profiles registered under the [Edit Custom Paper]
setting can be backed up to the SD card inserted in the side of the control panel.
With [Restore Custom Paper Settings], custom paper profiles backed up with [Restore Custom Paper
Settings] can be restored.
For details, see page 99 "Backing up and Restoring Custom Paper Profiles".
Setting Items
[Back Up Saved Paper Library]
Values
Press [OK] to apply the setting(s).
[Back Up Custom Paper Settings]
[Restore Custom Paper Settings]
0521: [Counter Settings for Fusing Unit Replacement]
This setting can be used with different fuser units for different paper sizes.
Counter information for each fuser unit can be reflected when fuser units are replaced.
Up to four fuser units can be recorded and the counter of each part of the fuser unit is displayed.
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Setting Items
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
1
4
1
1
-
[Fuser Unit No.]
Setting Items
Setting Items
[Current Value: Distance Counter: Fuser Unit]
Unit
Value display only.
m
[Current Value: Distance Counter: Fuser Cleaning Unit]
[Current Value: Page Counter: Fuser Unit]
sheet(s)
[Current Value: Page Counter: Fuser Cleaning Unit]
0522: [Execute Charger Cleaning]
Clean the charge unit.
If the printed copies have vertical creases, clean the charge unit. This may reduce the problem.
Do not open any covers during the operation.
Setting Items
[Execute Charger Cleaning]
Values
Press [OK].
[Finishing: Finisher]
0601: [Adjust Staple Position for Booklet]
Adjust the horizontal position of the booklet staples when using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Press [+] to move the position to the right (across horizontally-spreading pages), or press [−] to move it
to the left.
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Setting Values
Paper feed direction
CDS024
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2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[SRA3 ]
[SRA4 ]
[310 × 432m/m ]
[226 × 310m/m ]
[13 × 191/5 ]
[13 × 19 ]
[13 × 18 ]
[123/5 × 191/5 ]
[123/5 × 181/2 ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0602: [Adjust Folding Position for Booklet]
Adjust the horizontal position of the folding when using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Press [+] to move the position to the right (across horizontally-spreading pages), or press [−] to move it
to the left.
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Setting Values
Folding position
Paper feed direction
CDS025
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2. Details of Menu Items in Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[SRA3 ]
[SRA4 ]
[310 × 432m/m ]
[226 × 310m/m ]
[13 × 191/5 ]
[13 × 19 ]
[13 × 18 ]
[123/5 × 191/5 ]
[123/5 × 181/2 ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0603: [Adjust Staple Position Across Feed Direction 1]
Adjust the vertical position of the staple (applied at an edge) when using the Finisher SR5050 or Booklet
Finisher SR5060.
Press [+] to move the stapling position away from the side edge of the sheet or [−] to move it toward the
edge.
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Setting Values
Trailing
edge
Leading
edge
Paper feed direction
CZC212
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
2
-2
1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[16K ]
[16K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
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0604: [Adjust Staple Position Across Feed Direction 2]
Adjust the vertical position of the staples (dual) when using the Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
Press [+] to move the two stapling positions away from the center and each other or [−] to move them
toward each other.
Leading
edge
Trailing
edge
Paper feed direction
CZC215
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
115
-16
1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
75
[A4 ]
115
[A4 ]
28
[B5 JIS ]
75
[B5 JIS ]
0
[11 × 17 ]
98
[81/2 × 14 ]
34
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
98
[81/2 × 11 ]
34
[81/2 × 11 ]
85
[8K ]
85
[16K ]
12
[16K ]
34
[Other Paper Sizes]
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0605: [Adjust Staple Position With Feed Direction]
Adjust the horizontal position of the staples when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Press [+] to move the stapling position away from the trailing edge of the sheet or [−] to move it toward
the edge.
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Leading
edge
Trailing
edge
Paper feed direction
CZC216
Setting Items
[A3 ]
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[16K ]
[16K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
2
-2
1
mm
Setting Values
0606: [Adjust Punch Position Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the vertical position of the punch holes when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Press [+] to move punch holes forward (up), or [−] to move them backward (down).
2 Holes Left
2 Holes Top
2 Holes Right
Paper feed direction
Paper feed direction
Paper feed direction
CZC217
Setting Items
[2 Holes Type JP / EU]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
2.0
-2.0
0.5
mm
[3 Holes Type US]
[4 Holes Type EU]
[4 Holes Type NE]
[2 Holes Type US]
0607: [Adjust Punch Position With Feed Direction]
Adjust the horizontal position of the punch holes when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
Press [+] to move the punch holes away from the sheet's trailing edge or [−] to move them toward the
edge.
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2 Holes Left
2 Holes Top
2 Holes Right
Paper feed direction
Paper feed direction
Paper feed direction
CZC218
Setting Items
[2 Holes Type JP / EU]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.5
mm
[3 Holes Type US]
[4 Holes Type EU]
[4 Holes Type NE]
[2 Holes Type US]
0608: [Paper Alignment for Booklet Across Feed Dir.]
Adjust the width of the staple jogger for booklets when using Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Use this to reduce the vertical variation in paper alignment due to differing size, thickness, or paper curl.
Press [+] to make the width of the staple jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
Vertical alignment
Jogger width
Horizontal alignment
Paper feed direction
CEZ018
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
0.5
-0.5
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[SRA3 ]
[SRA4 ]
[310 × 432m/m ]
[226 × 310m/m ]
[13 × 191/5 ]
[13 × 19 ]
[13 × 18 ]
[123/5 × 191/5 ]
[123/5 × 181/2 ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0609: [Set Number of Folds for Booklet]
Specify the number of additional booklet folds when using the Booklet Finisher SR5060.
The number specified in this setting is added to the factory default setting. The factory default setting for
the number of additional booklet folds depends on the number of sheets to be folded.
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Factory default settings for additional booklet folds
1 to 13 sheets: 1
14 to 15 sheets: 2
16 to 25 sheets: 3
If you select a negative value (-1 to -3), values resulting in additional booklet folds below "0" will be
counted as "0" additional booklet folds.
Setting Items
[Number of Folds for Booklet]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
9
-3
1
time(s)
0610: [Adjust Claw Shift for Center Folding]
Adjust the paper alignment in the paper feed direction for center folding when using Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
Adjust this setting if the paper alignment in the paper feed direction is inaccurate because of inconsistent
paper size and paper curling when using certain types of paper.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
2.0
-2.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[SRA3 ]
[SRA4 ]
[310 × 432m/m ]
[226 × 310m/m ]
[13 × 191/5 ]
[13 × 19 ]
[13 × 18 ]
[123/5 × 191/5 ]
[123/5 × 181/2 ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0611: [Paper Alignment for Stapling Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the width of the staple jogger for edge stapling when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
Use this to reduce the vertical variation in paper alignment due to differing size, thickness, or paper curl.
Press [+] to make the width of the staple jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
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Vertical alignment
Jogger width
Horizontal alignment
Paper feed direction
CEZ018
Setting Items
[A3 ]
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[16K ]
[16K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
Setting Values
0612: [Paper Alignment in Shift Tray Across Feed Direction]
Adjust the width of the paper alignment jogger in the shift tray when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet
Finisher SR5060.
Use this to reduce the vertical variation in paper alignment due to differing size, thickness, or paper curl.
Press [+] to make the width of the paper alignment jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0613: [Paper Alignment for Stapling With Feed Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper for edge stapling in order to reduce horizontal
variation in paper alignment due to difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when using Finisher
SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
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Press [+] to increase the travel distance, or [−] to decrease.
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
2.5
-2.5
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 132/5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[16K ]
[16K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0614: [Punch Skew Correction]
Disable punch skew correction if jams or edge-folding problems occur particularly when punching
lightweight paper using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Setting Items
[Punch Skew Correction]
Values
[On]
[Off]
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Default Value
[On]
Setting Values
0615: [Z-fold Skew Correction]
Specify how to correct skew (occurring during paper transport) when Z-folding with the folding unit.
If [Off] is selected, skew is not corrected.
If [On] is selected, skew is corrected by bringing the sheets flush against a guide.
If [On (Reverse)] is selected, skew is corrected by bringing the sheets flush against a guide while the
registration roller rotates in reverse to prevent the Z-folded sheets from passing through the registration
roller.
Setting Items
Values
[Z-fold Skew Correction]
Default Value
[On]
[On (Reverse)]
[On (Reverse)]
[Off]
0616: [Correct Z-fold Skew]
Adjust the length of sheets moved for Z-fold skew correction.
Use this if the Z-fold skew correction causes problems.
With the factory default setting of "0.0", the length of the sheets moved is set to 9 mm. Press [−] to reduce
the length. With "-9.0", the length of sheets moved for Z-fold skew correction is reduced to "0".
Setting Items
[Correct Z-fold Skew]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
0.0
-9.0
0.5
mm
0617: [Correct Z-fold Skew (Reverse)]
Adjust how much the registration roller rotates in reverse for Z-fold skew correction.
Use this if the Z-fold skew correction causes problems.
With the initial factory setting of "0.0", the reverse rotation is set to 3 mm. Press [−] to reduce the reverse
rotation. With "-3.0", the reverse rotation is reduced to 0 mm.
Setting Items
[Correct Z-fold Skew (Reverse)]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
0.0
-3.0
0.5
mm
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0618: [Correct Punch Skew]
Adjust the amount of skew correction for punching when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
Use this to reduce punching skew due to differing size, thickness, or paper curl.
If the sheets become skewed as a result of punching, press [+] to increase the degree of skew correction.
Setting Items
[A4 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.5
mm
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0619: [Paper Alignment in Shift Tray Setting]
Specify the accuracy of printed paper alignment when applying shift-sorting with the Finisher SR5050 or
Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Use this if the tops of the sheets stacked by shift-sorting are misaligned.
If [Speed Priority (Normal)] is selected, the shifting speed is reduced by approximately half to reduce the
misalignment at the top due to inertia when the tray is moved. If [Accuracy Priority] is selected, the
throughput may decrease. To give higher priority to throughput, select [Speed Priority (Normal)].
Setting Items
[Paper Alignment in Shift Tray Setting]
Values
[Speed Priority
(Normal)]
[Accuracy Priority]
0620: [Number of Sheet Align for Stapling]
Specify the number of sheets the staple unit aligns at a time for stapling.
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Default Value
[Speed Priority
(Normal)]
Setting Values
Depending on the type of paper, if too many sheets are sent to the staple unit at a time, they may not be
aligned properly. If this happens, reduce the number of sheets. However, doing this will increase the
time it takes to align the sheets and may reduce throughput.
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
4
4
0
1
None
[A4 ]
6
6
[A4 ]
4
4
[B5 JIS ]
6
6
[B5 JIS ]
4
4
[81/2 × 11 ]
6
6
[81/2 × 11 ]
4
4
[16K ]
6
6
[16K ]
4
4
[Other Paper Sizes]
0
9
Setting Items
[A3 ]
[B4 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[8K ]
0621: [Adjust Output Tray Descending Position]
Specify the descending position for the finisher shift tray when paper is delivered to it.
The finisher shift tray descends when a deck of stapled paper is delivered to it. However, if its
descending position is misaligned, the paper may not be delivered or stacked properly. Select the
descending position according to the thickness of the paper in use.
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Setting Items
[Adjust Output Tray Descending Position]
Selection
[Paper Weight 1]
Default Value
[Paper Weight 2]
[Paper Weight 2]
[Paper Weight 3-8]
0622: [Adjust Exit Guide Close Timing (Booklet Fin)]
Specify when to close the exit guide after paper is delivered to the finisher shift tray of Finisher SR5050
or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
The exit guide opens and closes when a deck of stapled paper is delivered.
However, if the guide does not close at the right time, the deck may be bent and not delivered properly.
Select the timing for closing the exit guide according to the paper in use.
Setting Items
[Exit Guide Close Timing]
Selection
[Default]
Default Value
[Default]
[Thin Paper]
0623: [Output Trail Edge Press Setting]
Specify whether or not to press down the trailing edge of the paper when it is delivered to the finisher
shift tray of Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Depending on the type of paper, if too many sheets are sent to the shift tray at a time, they may not be
aligned properly.
To reduce variations in paper alignment, set this to [On].
Setting Items
[Output Trail Edge Press Setting]
Selection
[Auto]
Default Value
[Auto]
[On]
[Off]
0624: [Output Fan Setting]
Specify how the shift tray fan moves when Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060 is used.
To separate sheets stuck together, blow air to them that are delivered to the shift tray.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[Output Fan Setting]
Selection
[Auto]
Default Value
[Auto]
[On]
[Off]
0625: [Adjust Output Fan Level]
Adjust the airflow of the shift tray for fanning the sheets when using Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher
SR5060.
If sheets to the shift tray are stuck to each other when this setting is at its default value, increase the fan
capacity.
Setting Items
[Adjust Output Fan Level]
Selection
[Auto]
Default Value
[Auto]
[Increase Air Volume]
0626: [Maximum No. Stacked Sheets in Output Tray]
Specify the amount of paper stacked in Finisher SR5050 or Booklet Finisher SR5060.
Specify the amount of paper that can be stacked in the shift tray to avoid jamming (depends on the
paper size) .
Setting Items
[Small Size (Paper Length: Less than 216.0)]
Selection
[Default]
Default Value
[Default]
[1500 Sheets]
[1000 Sheets]
[Medium Size (Paper Length: 216.1 - 432.0)]
[Default]
[1000 Sheets]
[500 Sheets]
[Large Size (Paper Length: More than 432.1)]
[Default]
[500 Sheets]
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[Finishing: Fold]
0701: [Half Fold Position (Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the folded position (S) of half folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will be applied if the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase and [−] to reduce (S).
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
L1
S
Paper feed direction
CDS014
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mark indicates
Setting Values
Setting Items
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[A3 ]
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[SRA3 ]
[SRA4 ]
[310 × 432m/m ]
[226 × 310m/m ]
[13 × 191/5 ]
[13 × 19 ]
[13 × 18 ]
[123/5 × 191/5 ]
[123/5 × 181/2 ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0702: [Letter Fold-out Position 1 (Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position for the bottom segment (S2) of letters fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
This setting will be applied if the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase and [−] to reduce (S2).
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The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
S2
L
Paper feed direction
CDS015
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[B5 JIS ]
0.0
3.0
-3.0
0.2
mm
[81/2 × 14 ]
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
Setting Items
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0703: [Letter Fold-out Position 2 (Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the overall fold size (L) of letters fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will be applied if the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase and [−] to reduce (L).
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
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mark indicates
Setting Values
S2
L
Paper feed direction
CDS015
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[B5 JIS ]
0.0
3.0
-3.0
0.2
mm
[81/2 × 14 ]
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
Setting Items
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0704: [Letter Fold-in Position 1 (Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment (S) of letters fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
This setting will be applied if the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase and [−] to reduce (S).
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
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S
L
Paper feed direction
CDS017
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[8K ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0705: [Letter Fold-in Position 2 (Multi-sheet Fold)]
Adjust the fold position (L) of letters fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will be applied if the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase and [−] to reduce (L).
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
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Setting Values
S
L
Paper feed direction
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Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[81/2 × 11 ]
0.0
4.0
0.0*1
0.2
mm
[8K ]
0.0
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
Setting Items
[A3 ]
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[12 × 18 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
*1 If the machine in use allows -0.1 mm or less to be selected, this will be interpreted as 0.0 mm.
0706: [Folding Unit Tray Full Detection]
Specify whether or not to automatically detect when the folding unit tray becomes full.
If [On] is selected, the machine detects when the folding unit tray becomes full and displays a warning
message after printing the number of sheets specified in 0707: [Number of Sheets Folded after Full
Detection].
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Setting Items
Values
[Folding Unit Tray Full Detection]
Default Value
[On]
[On]
[Off]
0707: [Number of Sheets Folded after Full Detection]
Specify the number of sheets the machine prints when it detects that the folding unit tray is full before
displaying a warning message.
By increasing the number of sheets printed, you can decrease warning messages, prevent the machine
from stopping printing, and so increase throughput.
A multi-sheet fold copy is counted as a single sheet.
This setting becomes effective only if 0706: [Folding Unit Tray Full Detection] is set to [On].
• If the display of the warning message is delayed, the paper delivered to the folding unit tray may
not be stacked properly or the delivered paper may block the paper exit and cause subsequent
paper to be misfed.
Setting Items
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0
250
0
1
sheet(s)
[No. of Sheets Folded after Full
Detection]
0708: [Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Adjust the width of the bottom end segment (S) of Z-folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (S) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
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mark indicates
Setting Values
L
S
Paper feed direction
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Setting Items
[Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
0709: [Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
Adjust the overall fold size (L) of Z- folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (L) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
L
S
Paper feed direction
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Setting Items
[Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
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[Finishing: Perfect Binder]
0801: [Cover Sheet Position for Perfect Binding With Feed Dir]
Adjust the horizontal alignment of the cover sheet position when performing perfect binding.
When you bind the copies with the perfect binder, apply this adjustment if the center of the book block's
spine and the center of the cover sheet are misaligned horizontally.
Press [+] or [−] to change the image feed direction or reverse feed direction.
Setting Items
[Cover Sheet Position for Perfect
Binding With Feed Dir]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
5.0
-5.0
0.1
mm
0802: [Cover Sheet Position for Perfect Binding Across Feed Dir]
Adjust the vertical alignment of the cover sheet position when performing perfect binding.
When you bind the copies with the perfect binder, apply this adjustment if the center of the book block's
spine and the center of the cover sheet are misaligned vertically.
Press [+] or [−] to move the image backward or forward.
Setting Items
[Cover Sheet Position for Perfect
Binding Across Feed Dir]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
5.0
-5.0
0.1
mm
0803: [Adjust Perfect Binding Finishing Angle]
Square the top, bottom, and outside edges when trimming a deck of paper.
Apply this adjustment if the three edges of the deck of paper cut by the perfect binder are not square.
Enter the distance from the square part at each edge.
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Setting Values
Fore Edge
Tail Edge
Head Edge
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Setting Items
[Head Edge]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
10.0
-10.0
0.1
mm
[Tail Edge]
[Fore Edge]
0804: [Adjust Applying Binding Glue]
Adjust the amount of glue applied to the book block's spine when you bind copies with the perfect
binder.
Use this if the glue for binding is applied too thinly or so thickly that it permeates too far into the book
block's spine.
The amount of glue applied can be varied by adjusting the distance between the book block and the
glue tank.
Press [+] to increase the amount of glue applied or [−] to decrease it.
Setting Items
[Adjust Applying Binding Glue]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.00
0.30
-0.30
0.05
mm
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[Finishing: Stacker]
0901: [Paper Alignment in Stacker Tray Across Feed Direction 1]
Adjust the width of the main jogger in order to reduce vertical variation in paper alignment due to
difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the high capacity stacker is installed.
Press [+] to make the width of the main jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0902: [Paper Alignment in Stacker Tray Across Feed Direction 2]
Adjust the width of the sub jogger in order to reduce vertical variation in paper alignment due to
difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the high capacity stacker is installed.
Press [+] to make the width of the sub jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0903: [Paper Alignment in Stacker Tray With Feed Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper in order to reduce horizontal variation in paper
alignment due to difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the high capacity stacker is installed.
Press [+] to decrease the travel distance, or [−] to increase.
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Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0904: [Paper Alignment in 2nd Stacker Tray Across Feed Dir. 1]
Adjust the width of the main jogger in order to reduce vertical variation in paper alignment due to
difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the second high capacity stacker is installed.
Press [+] to make the width of the main jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0905: [Paper Alignment in 2nd Stacker Tray Across Feed Dir. 2]
Adjust the width of the sub jogger in order to reduce vertical variation in paper alignment due to
difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the second high capacity stacker is installed.
Press [+] to make the width of the sub jogger wider, or [−] to make narrower.
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Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0906: [Paper Alignment in 2nd Stacker Tray With Feed Direction]
Adjust the travel distance of the paper edge stopper in order to reduce horizontal variation in paper
alignment due to difference in size, thickness, and paper curl when the second high capacity stacker is
installed.
Press [+] to decrease the travel distance, or [−] to increase.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
[A3 ]
Default
Value
Max.
Value
Min.
Value
Step
Unit
0.0
1.0
-1.0
0.1
mm
[B4 JIS ]
[A4 ]
[A4 ]
[B5 JIS ]
[B5 JIS ]
[A5 ]
[A5 ]
[11 × 17 ]
[81/2 × 14 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[81/2 × 11 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[51/2 × 81/2 ]
[Other Paper Sizes]
0907: [Maximum Stack Quantity in Stacker Tray]
Set the maximum number of sheets for the stacker tray.
The maximum number of sheets you can set differs depending on the size, thickness, and paper curl. Set
the maximum number by specifying a ratio based on the number of sheets.
Select [Large Size] when using paper whose vertical and horizontal lengths are 210 mm or longer
whose area is 81/2 × 11 or wider. Select [Small Size] when using other size paper.
Major paper sizes that apply to each item are as follows:
• [Large Size]: A3
81/2 × 11
or larger (up to 13 × 191/5 ), B4 JIS , A4
• [Small Size]: B5 JIS
, A5
, 11 × 17
, 81/2 × 14
,
, 51/2 × 81/2
If the unit detects that the number of sheets reaches the set upper limit, a warning message will appear.
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Setting Items
[Large Size]
Selections
[100%]
Default Value
[100%]
[75%]
[50%]
[25%]
[Small Size]
[100%]
[75%]
[50%]
[25%]
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[50%]
3. Custom Paper Settings for
Administrators
Accessing Advanced Settings
Access Using the Control Panel
Only the machine administrator can adjust the custom paper profiles registered in "Advanced Settings".
To directly access the advanced settings for custom paper adjustment, you must first configure your
machine's Administrator Authentication Management setting. (See page 9 "Displaying the [Adjustment
Settings for Skilled Operators] Button".)
1. Press the [User Tools] key.
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2. Press [Login].
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3. Press [Login].
4. Enter your login user name, and then press [OK].
If you are logging in as the administrator for the first time, enter "admin".
5. Enter your login password, and then press [OK].
6. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
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7. Press [Edit Custom Paper].
8. Select the program number of the custom paper profile you wish to adjust.
9. Press [ Next].
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Accessing Advanced Settings
10. Press [Change] for "Advanced Settings".
The advanced settings for custom paper adjustment appear.
Access Using Web Image Monitor
1. Log in as the machine administrator from Web Image Monitor.
2. Point to [Device Management], and then click [Configuration].
3. Click [Custom Paper] under "Device Settings".
4. Check the radio button next to the number of the custom paper profile you wish to adjust,
and then click [Program/Change].
The advanced settings for custom paper adjustment appear.
5. Change the settings as desired, and then click [OK].
The setting is changed.
6. Log out.
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Description of Paper Icons
You can check the custom paper status by checking the paper icon in the [Edit Custom Paper] screen. If
you change the custom paper profile in the advanced settings, the paper icon changes as follows:
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1. Paper icon
Not adjusted
Custom paper profile set to the default setting in the advanced settings
Adjusted
Custom paper profile changed from the default setting in the advanced
settings
• If you specify a custom paper profile in the [Edit Custom Paper] screen without registering it from
the paper library, the paper icon will not appear for that custom paper profile.
• If you change the custom paper profile from the default setting in the advanced settings, and then
change the setting back to the default again, the paper icon will remain as "Adjusted".
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Deleting Saved Custom Paper Profiles
Deleting Saved Custom Paper Profiles
Only the machine administrator can delete the custom paper profile saved in the paper library.
To delete custom paper profiles, you must first specify the machine administrator authentication
information.
1. Press the [User Tools] key.
2. Press [Login].
3. Press [Login].
4. Enter your login user name, and then press [OK].
If you are logging in as the administrator for the first time, enter "admin".
5. Enter your login password, and then press [OK].
6. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
7. Press [Edit Custom Paper].
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8. Press [Delete Saved Custom Paper].
9. Select the program number of the custom paper profile you wish to delete.
10. Press [Yes].
The custom paper profile is deleted.
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Backing up and Restoring Custom Paper Profiles
Backing up and Restoring Custom Paper
Profiles
Backing up Custom Paper Profiles Saved in the Saved Paper Library
The machine administrator can back up custom paper profiles saved in the Saved Paper Library to the
SD card inserted in the back of the machine.
The backup can be used to restore the custom paper profiles if the controller board has to be replaced.
To prevent data loss, we recommend making regular backups. Only the customer engineer is allowed to
perform data restoration using a backup. Contact your service representative.
1. Open the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] menu.
For details, see page 12 "Accessing Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators".
2. Press [Machine: Maintenance].
3. Press [Back Up / Restore Custom Paper Data].
4. Press [Back Up Saved Paper Library].
5. Press [OK].
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6. Press [Exit].
Backing up Custom Paper Profiles Registered Under the [Edit Custom Paper]
Setting
The machine administrator can back up and restore custom paper profiles registered under the [Edit
Custom Paper] setting.
Backing up the Data
1. Insert an SD card into the SD card slot on the side of the control panel.
2. Open the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] menu.
3. Press [Machine: Maintenance].
4. Press [Back Up / Restore Custom Paper Data].
5. Press [Back Up Custom Paper Settings].
6. Press [OK].
Restoring the Data
1. Insert the SD card containing the backup custom paper profiles into the SD card slot on the
side of the control panel.
2. Cancel all custom paper profiles allocated to paper trays.
3. Open the [Adjustment Settings for Skilled Operators] menu.
4. Press [Machine: Maintenance].
5. Press [Back Up / Restore Custom Paper Data].
6. Press [Restore Custom Paper Settings].
7. Press [OK].
• If a previously created backup file is on the SD card, it is overwritten by the back-up.
• All custom paper profiles registered in the machine are overwritten during the data restoration
• The backup data is restored under the registration number allocated at the time of the back-up.
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Paper Presets in "Advanced Settings"
Paper Presets in "Advanced Settings"
In "Advanced Settings", there are paper presets for various types of commercially-available paper. Even
if you select a paper preset corresponding to a commercially-available paper from the Paper Library
and register it in the [Edit Custom Paper] screen, the preset, depending on the custom paper profile
version, may not be an exact match for the actual paper. For details about the paper presets in
"Advanced Settings", contact your service representative.
Displaying the Paper Profile Version
This section explains how to display the version of the custom paper profiles registered in the [Edit
Custom Paper] screen. For details about updating paper profiles, contact your service representative.
1. Press [Edit Custom Paper].
2. Select the program number of a custom paper profile to display the product name of the
supported paper type and the paper profile version.
3. Press [Details] for "Product Name".
The product name of the supported paper type and the paper profile version appear.
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Settings
Menu Items and Functions
Paper Feed Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 110 "Paper Feed Adjustment".
No.
Item
Description
01
[Wide LCT Fan Setting]
Specify the movement of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT
RT5080) fan.
02
[Adjust Wide LCT Fan
Level]
Adjust the capacity of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT
RT5080) fan.
03
[Pickup Assist Setting]
Specify the paper feed roller movement when using
three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080), LCT (LCIT RT5070),
and multi bypass tray.
Paper Delivery Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 111 "Paper Delivery Adjustment".
No.
Item
Description
04
[Double Feed Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect double feeding of paper.
05
[Skew Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect paper skew.
06
[Color Paper Edge
Detection Adjustment]
Adjust the luminance of the contact image sensor (CIS).
07
[Regist Jam Detection with
Feed Dir]
Specify whether or not to stop printing when the deviation
in the fed direction exceeds the adjustable range (3
mm/0.1 inch) when feeding.
Image Position/Scaling Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 112 "Image Position/Scaling Adjustment".
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No.
Item
Description
08
[Adj Image Position of
Side1 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal position of the image to be printed
on Side 1 of the paper.
09
[Adj Image Position of
Side2 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal position of the image to be printed
on Side 2 of the paper.
10
[Adj Image Position of
Side1 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical position of the image to be printed on
Side 1 of the paper.
11
[Adj Image Position of
Side2 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical position of the image to be printed on
Side 2 of the paper.
12
[Deactivate Image Position
Adjustment]
Specify whether or not the machine automatically detects
paper pathway deviations during the paper feeding
process and adjusts the vertical position of the print
image accordingly.
Also specify whether or not to stop printing when the
vertical position has deviated exceeding the adjustable
range (3 mm/0.1 inch) when feeding.
13
[Adjust Erase Margin of
Leading Edge]
Adjust the mask width at the leading edge of the image.
14
[Adjust Erase Margin of
Trailing Edge]
Adjust the mask width at the trailing edge of the image.
15
[Adj Magnification of
Side1 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical image scaling on the Side 1 of the
paper according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
16
[Adj Magnification of
Side1 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal image scaling on the Side 1 of the
paper according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
17
[Adj Magnification of
Side2 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical image scaling on Side 2 of the paper
according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
18
[Adj Magnification of
Side2 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal image scaling on Side 2 of the
paper according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
Line Speed Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 118 "Line Speed Adjustment".
No.
19
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Item
[Process Speed Setting]
Description
Adjust the machine's operating speed.
Menu Items and Functions
No.
Item
Description
20
[Transfer Timing Roller Feed
Speed Adj]
Adjust the transfer timing roller speed.
21
[Fusing Feed Speed
Adjustment]
Adjust the fusing roller's speed.
22
[Heat Pipe Motor Feed
Speed Adj]
Adjust the speed of the heat pipe motor.
23
[Exit Motor Feed Speed
Adjustment]
Adjust the exit motor's speed.
24
[Switchback Entrance Feed
Speed Adj]
Adjust the paper feed speed at the switchback entrance.
25
[Switchback Exit Feed
Speed Adj]
Adjust the paper feed speed at the switchback exit.
Toner Adhesion Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 121 "Toner Adhesion Adjustment".
No.
26
Item
[Adjust Toner Adhesion]
Description
Adjust the intermediate transfer belt toner adhesion.
Transfer Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 121 "Transfer Adjustment".
No.
Item
Description
27
[Image Transfer Current
Setting]
Adjust the current for image transfer.
28
[Paper Transfer Current
Setting: Side 1]
Adjust the current applied to Side 1 for paper transfer.
29
[Paper Transfer Current
Setting: Side 2]
Adjust the current applied to Side 2 for paper transfer.
30
[Paper Transfer Current;
Lead Edge]
Adjust the paper transfer current at the leading edge of
the paper.
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No.
Item
Description
31
[Paper Transfer Current;
Lead Edge Dist]
Adjust the area at the leading edge of the paper for
application of paper transfer current.
32
[Paper Transfer Current;
Trail Edge]
Adjust the paper transfer current at the trailing edge of
the paper.
33
[Paper Transfer Current;
Trail Edge Dist]
Adjust the area at the trailing edge of the paper for
application of paper transfer current.
34
[Avoid Ppr Trns Shck Jitr:
Fed Intvl Adj]
Specify whether or not to enable the mode to reduce the
jitter produced when paper enters the paper transfer
roller.
35
[Paper Transfer Feed
Speed Adjustment]
Adjust the transfer roller speed.
Paper Feed Adjustment: Two-tray wide LCT
For details about the following items, see page 124 "Paper Feed Adjustment: Two-tray wide LCT".
No.
106
Item
Description
36
[Updraft Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the updraft fan of the two-tray wide
LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
37
[Blower Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the blower fan of the two-tray wide
LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
38
[Side Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the side fan of the two-tray wide LCT
(Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
39
[Vacuum Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the vacuum fan of the two-tray wide
LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
40
[Updraft Fan Shutter]
Specify how the updraft/blower fan shutter of the twotray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100) moves.
41
[Side Fan Shutter]
Specify how the side fan shutter of the two-tray wide LCT
(Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100) moves.
42
[Switch Paper Load Upper
Limit]
Switch the upper limit for sheets of paper to be loaded in
the two-way wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LUIT RT5100).
43
[Paper Feed Mode (Adjust
Fan Level)]
Specify how the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT
RT5100) fan moves.
Menu Items and Functions
Fuser Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 126 "Fuser Adjustment".
No.
Item
Description
44
[Put Pressure before
Fusing]
Specify whether or not to have the fusing pressure roller
come into contact with the fusing belt before the printing
operation (paper feeding) starts.
45
[Startng Time of Ptng Presr
before Fusing]
Adjust the timing for the fusing pressure roller to come into
contact with the fusing belt before the printing operation
(paper feeding) starts.
46
[Fusing Heat Roller
Temperature Adj]
Adjust the heat roller temperature.
47
[Fusing Pressure Roller
Temperature Adj]
Adjust the pressure roller temperature.
48
[Fusing Nip Width Setting]
Adjust the nip width between the fusing belt and pressure
roller.
49
[Paper Feed Interval
Setting]
Adjust the interval between the feeding of each sheet.
50
[Reduce Initial CPM: Low
Temp. Envrnmt.]
Select one of the three levels of initial print speed
reduction at low temperatures.
51
[Reduce Initl CPM:
Norml/High Temp Env]
Select one of the three levels of initial print speed
reduction at normal room temperatures and above.
52
[Adjust Cleaning Web
Motor Interval]
Specify the interval between each activation of the
cleaning web.
53
[Adjust Adding Fusing
Temperature 1]
Adjust the temperature applied to the fusing unit at the
start of paper transfer.
54
[Adjust Adding Fusing
Temperature 2]
Adjust the temperature applied to the fusing unit
immediately before the start of paper transfer.
Decurler Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 131 "Decurler Adjustment".
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No.
Item
Description
55
[Decurler Feed Speed Adj:
Curl Adj Off]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when
0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment Settings for
Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Off".
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[Decurler Feed Speed Adj:
Curl Adj Weak]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when
0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment Settings for
Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Weak".
57
[Decurler Feed Speed Adj:
Curl Adj Strg]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when
0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment Settings for
Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Strong".
Finishing Position Adjustment
For details about the following items, see page 132 "Finishing Position Adjustment".
No.
108
Item
Description
58
[Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Adjust the width of the bottom end segment of Z- folded
sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
59
[Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
Adjust the overall fold size of Z-fold sheets when using
the multi-folding unit.
60
[Half Fold Position:Singlesheet Fold]
Adjust the fold position of half fold sheets when using the
multi-folding unit.
61
[Letter Fold-out Posn 1:
Single-sheet Fld]
Adjust the fold position for the bottom segment of letter
fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
62
[Letter Fold-out Posn 2:
Single-sheet Fld]
Adjust the overall fold size of letter fold-out sheets when
using the multi-folding unit.
63
[Letter Fold-in Posn 1:
Single-sheet Fold]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment of letter
fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
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[Letter Fold-in Posn 2:
Single-sheet Fold]
Adjust the overall fold size of letter fold-in sheets when
using the multi-folding unit.
65
[Double Parallel Fold
Position 1]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 1 of
double parallel folded sheets when using the multifolding unit.
Menu Items and Functions
No.
Item
Description
66
[Double Parallel Fold
Position 2]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 2 of
double parallel folded sheets when using the multifolding unit.
67
[Adjust Gate Fold Position
1]
Adjust the fold width of the bottom segment 1 of gate
folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
68
[Adjust Gate Fold Position
2]
Adjust the fold width of the bottom segment 2 of gate
folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
69
[Adjust Gate Fold Position
3]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 3 of gate
folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
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Setting Values
Paper Feed Adjustment
01: [Wide LCT Fan Setting]
Specify the movement of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080) fan.
If [On] is selected, air is discharged from the duct in the paper tray. By blowing air between the sheets,
sheets stuck to each other can be separated.
Setting Items
[Wide LCT Fan Setting]
Values
[On]
[Off]
02: [Adjust Wide LCT Fan Level]
Adjust the capacity of the three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080) fan.
If double feeding or misfeeding of paper occurs when this setting is at its default value, increase the fan
capacity.
Press [+] to increase the fan capacity and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
[Adjust Wide LCT Fan Level]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
10
10
%
03: [Pickup Assist Setting]
Specify the paper feed roller movement when using three-tray wide LCT (LCIT RT5080), LCT (LCIT
RT5070), and multi bypass tray.
If the paper feed roller fails to pick up paper and misfeeding of paper occurs, set this to [On].
Setting Items
[Pickup Assist Setting]
Values
[On]
[Off]
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Setting Values
Paper Delivery Adjustment
04: [Double Feed Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect double feeding of paper.
If [On] is selected, the machine stops when it detects paper double feeding, so as to prevent mixing of
unprinted paper.
The machine may not correctly detect double feeding when using special paper (two-ply paper such as
release paper). In such a case, select [Off].
Setting Items
[Double Feed Detection]
Values
[On]
[Off]
05: [Skew Detection]
Specify whether or not to detect paper skew.
If the machine detects a paper skew when [On] is selected, the machine will stop printing and display a
message reporting a paper jam.
The machine may erroneously detect paper skew when you use dark paper or paper printed to its
edges. In such a case, select [Off].
• You can adjust the skew detection level by specifying 0305: [Skew Detection Level].
Setting Items
[Skew Detection]
Values
[On]
[Off]
06: [Color Paper Edge Detection Adjustment]
Adjust the luminance of the contact image sensor (CIS).
The machine's contact image sensor (CIS) may fail to correctly detect paper edges when dark colored
paper or paper printed to its edges is used. In such a case, adjust the luminance so that the sensor can
correctly detect paper edges.
Press [+] to increase the luminance and [−] to reduce it.
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Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
5.00
1.00
0.01
None
[Color Paper Edge Detection Adjustment]
07: [Regist Jam Detection with Feed Dir]
Specify whether or not to stop printing if the horizontal misalignment of the delivered paper exceeds the
adjustable range (3 mm/0.1 inch).
If [On] is selected, an error message appears and the machine stops printing if the paper misalignment
exceeds the adjustable range.
If [Off] is selected, the machine continues printing while the maximum correction of 3 mm (0.1 inch) is
applied even though the paper misalignment exceeds the adjustable range.
Setting Items
Values
[Registration Jam Detection with Feed Direction]
[On]
[Off]
Image Position/Scaling Adjustment
08: [Adj Image Position of Side1 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal position of the image to be printed on Side 1 of the paper.
Press [+] to shift the image to the right (trailing edge).
Press [−] to shift the image to the left (leading edge).
Paper feed direction
Top
(-)
Default
Left
(Leading Edge)
(+)
Right
(Trailing Edge)
Bottom
CEZ012
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Setting Values
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Adjust Image Position of Side 1 With Feed
Dir]
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
09: [Adj Image Position of Side2 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal position of the image to be printed on Side 2 of the paper.
Press [+] to shift the image to the left (trailing edge).
Press [−] to shift the image to the right (leading edge).
Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Default
(-)
Left
(Trailing edge)
Right
(Leading edge)
Bottom
CEZ013
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Adjust Image Position of Side 2 With Feed
Dir]
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
10: [Adj Image Position of Side1 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical position of the image to be printed on Side 1 of the paper.
Press [+] to shift the image to the top.
Press [−] to shift the image to the bottom.
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Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Left
(Leading edge)
Right
(Trailing edge)
Default
(-)
Bottom
CEZ015
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
[Adjust Image Position of Side 1 Across
Feed Dir]
11: [Adj Image Position of Side2 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical position of the image to be printed on Side 2 of the paper.
Press [+] to shift the image to the top.
Press [−] to shift the image to the bottom.
Paper feed direction
Top
(+)
Left
(Trailing edge)
Right
(Leading edge)
Default
(-)
Bottom
CEZ014
Setting Items
[Adjust Image Position of Side 2 Across
Feed Dir]
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Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
3.0
-3.0
0.1
mm
Setting Values
12: [Deactivate Image Position Adjustment]
Specify whether or not the machine automatically detects paper pathway deviations during the paper
feeding process and adjusts the vertical position of the print image accordingly.
Printing will stop when the vertical position has deviated exceeding the adjustable range (3 mm/0.1
inch). Specify [Deactivate Only Jam Detection] to continue printing.
The machine's contact image sensor (CIS) may fail to correctly detect paper edges when using dark
colored paper or paper printed to its edges. In such a case, select [Deactivate].
Setting Items
Values
[Deactivate Image Position Adjustment Across
Feed Dir]
[Deactivate]
[Do not Deactivate]
[Deactivate Only Jam Detection]
13: [Adjust Erase Margin of Leading Edge]
Adjust the mask width at the leading edge of the image.
By increasing the mask width, you can increase the paper margin at the leading edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the mask width and [−] to reduce it.
Paper feed direction
Top
Leading edge
Trailing edge
Bottom
CEZ020
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
6.0
0.0
0.1
mm
[Adjust Erase Margin of Leading Edge]
14: [Adjust Erase Margin of Trailing Edge]
Adjust the mask width at the trailing edge of the image.
By increasing the mask width, you can increase the paper margin at the trailing edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the mask width and [−] to reduce it.
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Paper feed direction
Top
Leading edge
Trailing edge
Bottom
CEZ021
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
6.0
0.0
0.1
mm
[Adjust Erase Margin of Trailing Edge]
15: [Adj Magnification of Side1 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical image scaling on the Side 1 of the paper according to the paper expansion or
shrinkage.
This allows you to adjust the image according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
Press [+] to increase the scaling and [−] to reduce it.
Paper feed direction
CEZ022
Setting Items
[Adjust Magnification of Side 1 Across
Feed Dir]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
0.500
-0.500
0.025
%
16: [Adj Magnification of Side1 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal image scaling on the Side 1 of the paper according to the paper expansion or
shrinkage.
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Setting Values
This allows you to adjust the image according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
Press [+] to increase the scaling and [−] to reduce it.
Paper feed direction
CEZ023
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Adjust Magnification of Side 1 With Feed
Dir]
0.500
-0.500
0.025
%
17: [Adj Magnification of Side2 Across Feed]
Adjust the vertical image scaling on Side 2 of the paper according to the paper expansion or shrinkage.
In duplex printing, this allows you to reduce the scaling error on Side 2 of the paper and so minimize the
resultant difference in print size between the front and the back.
Press [+] to increase the scaling and [−] to reduce it.
Paper feed direction
CEZ024
Setting Items
[Adjust Magnification of Side 2 Across
Feed Dir]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
0.500
-0.500
0.025
%
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18: [Adj Magnification of Side2 With Feed]
Adjust the horizontal image scaling on Side 2 of the paper according to the paper expansion or
shrinkage.
In duplex printing, this allows you to reduce the scaling error on Side 2 of the paper and so minimize the
resultant difference in print size between the front and the back.
Press [+] to increase the scaling and [−] to reduce it.
Paper feed direction
CEZ025
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Adjust Magnification of Side 2 With Feed
Dir]
0.500
-0.500
0.025
%
Line Speed Adjustment
To prevent the paper becoming too tight or too slack during transfer, set all the line speed adjustment
settings for the paper transfer path to the same value. However, if adjustment of individual items is
necessary to correct image degradation, perform the adjustment according to the instructions in
Troubleshooting.
19: [Process Speed Setting]
Adjust the machine's copy/print speed.
Values below are those when printing is performed using in A4/LT size paper.
• [High] (full speed)
136 cpm (Pro 8220S)
136 ppm (Pro 8220)
111 cpm (Pro 8210S)
111 ppm (Pro 8210)
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Setting Values
• [Middle]
111 cpm (Pro 8220S)
111 ppm (Pro 8220)
• [Low]
96 cpm (Pro 8220S)
96 ppm (Pro 8220)
96 cpm (Pro 8210S)
96 ppm (Pro 8210)
• With this option, the processing speed of Pro 8210EX cannot be changed and is fixed at 96 cpm.
• In some cases, if you change this setting from [Low] to [Middle] or from [Middle] to [High], the
toner may not properly fuse to the paper.
• Depending on the type of paper, you can increase the toner gloss by changing this setting from
[High] to [Middle] or from [Middle] to [Low].
Setting Items
Values
[Process Speed Setting]
[Low]
[Middle]
[High]
20: [Transfer Timing Roller Feed Speed Adj]
Adjust the transfer timing roller speed.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
1.0
-1.0
0.1
%
[Transfer Timing Roller Feed Speed
Adjustment]
21: [Fusing Feed Speed Adjustment]
Adjust the fusing roller's speed.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
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Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
10.0
-10.0
0.1
%
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
5.0
-5.0
0.1
%
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
5.0
-5.0
0.1
%
[Fusing Feed Speed Adjustment]
22: [Heat Pipe Motor Feed Speed Adj]
Adjust the speed of the heat pipe motor.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
[Heat Pipe Motor Feed Speed Adj]
23: [Exit Motor Feed Speed Adjustment]
Adjust the exit motor's speed.
The exit motor drives the rollers at the paper exit.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
[Exit Motor Feed Speed Adjustment]
24: [Switchback Entrance Feed Speed Adj]
Adjust the paper feed speed at the switchback entrance.
Adjust the rollers' speed to deliver paper that is turned over or duplex-printed.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
3.0
-3.0
0.1
%
[Switchback Entrance Feed Speed
Adjustment]
25: [Switchback Exit Feed Speed Adj]
Adjust the paper feed speed at the switchback exit.
Adjust the rollers' speed to deliver paper that is turned over.
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
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Setting Values
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
3.0
-3.0
0.1
%
[Switchback Exit Feed Speed Adjustment]
Toner Adhesion Adjustment
26: [Adjust Toner Adhesion]
Adjust the intermediate transfer belt toner adhesion.
Use this to adjust the density of the printed image. Depending on the paper being used, it may be
necessary to make this adjustment to achieve optimal toner adhesion.
Press [+] to increase the toner adhesion and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
5
-5
1
None
[Adjust Toner Adhesion]
Transfer Adjustment
27: [Image Transfer Current Setting]
Adjust the current for image transfer.
Use this to reduce image quality degradation due to the paper (for example, due to the paper's moisture
content).
Press [+] to increase the current and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
150
0
1
A
[Image Transfer Current Setting]
28: [Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 1]
Adjust the current applied to Side 1 for paper transfer.
Use this to reduce image quality degradation due to the paper (for example, due to the paper's moisture
content).
Press [+] to increase the current and [−] to reduce it.
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Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
0
-400
1
A
[Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 1]
29: [Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 2]
Adjust the current applied to Side 2 for paper transfer.
Use this to reduce image quality degradation due to the paper (for example, due to the paper's moisture
content).
Press [+] to increase the current and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
0
-400
1
A
[Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 2]
30: [Paper Transfer Current; Lead Edge]
Adjust the paper transfer current at the leading edge of the paper.
Specify the paper transfer currents as a percentage of the currents specified in 27: [Paper Transfer
Current Setting: Side 1] and 28: [Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 2].
Use this to reduce image quality degradation at the leading edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the percentage and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
[Paper Transfer Current; Lead Edge]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
300
0
1
%
31: [Paper Transfer Current; Lead Edge Dist]
Adjust the area at the leading edge of the paper for application of paper transfer current.
Specify the length of area at the leading edge of the paper to which the current set in 29: [Paper
Transfer Current; Lead Edge] is applied.
Use this to reduce image quality degradation at the leading edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the length of area at the leading edge to apply the current and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
[Paper Transfer Current; Lead Edge Dist]
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Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
30
0
1
mm
Setting Values
32: [Paper Transfer Current; Trail Edge]
Adjust the paper transfer current at the trailing edge of the paper.
Specify the paper transfer currents as a percentage of the currents specified in 27: [Paper Transfer
Current Setting: Side 1] and 28: [Paper Transfer Current Setting: Side 2].
Use this to reduce image quality degradation at the trailing edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the percentage and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
300
0
1
%
[Paper Transfer Current; Trail Edge]
33: [Paper Transfer Current; Trail Edge Dist]
Adjust the area at the trailing edge of the paper for application of paper transfer current.
Specify the length of area at the trailing edge of the paper to which the current set in 31: [Paper Transfer
Current; Trail Edge] is applied.
Use this to reduce image quality degradation at the trailing edge of the paper.
Press [+] to increase the length of area at the trailing edge to apply the current and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
30
0
1
mm
[Paper Transfer Current; Trail Edge Dist]
34: [Avoid Ppr Trns Shck Jitr: Fed Intvl Adj]
Specify whether or not to enable the mode to reduce the jitter*1 produced when paper enters the paper
transfer roller.
If [On] is selected, the machine adjusts the interval between sheets to reduce jitter. However, the
throughput may be reduced when you use paper larger than A4 or 81/2 × 14 . In such a case, select
[Off] to improve the throughput.
• Jitter does not occur with A4 , 81/2 × 14 or smaller paper.
Setting Items
[Avoid Ppr Trnsf Shock Jitter: Feed Interval Adj]
Values
[On]
[Off]
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*1 The jitter occurs when the leading or trailing edge of paper that passes through the paper transfer unit is
transmitted to the drum unit via the intermediate transfer belt, causing banding.
35: [Paper Transfer Feed Speed Adjustment]
Adjust the transfer roller speed.
If there is a difference between the paper transfer speed and the imaging speed, the image may be
distorted.
Particularly in a high-temperature and high-humidity environments, or with thick paper, the image may
be inappropriately extended.
If image distortion occurs, decrease the value in increments of 0.1.
If you change this setting, also change 20: [Transfer Timing Roller Feed Speed Adj] to the same value.
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the speed.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
1.0
-1.0
0.1
%
[Paper Transfer Feed Speed Adjustment]
Paper Feed Adjustment: Two-tray wide LCT
36: [Updraft Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the updraft fan of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
Press [+] to increase the airflow, or [−] to decrease.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
0
10
%
[Updraft Fan]
37: [Blower Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the blower fan of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
Press [+] to increase the airflow, or [−] to decrease.
Setting Items
[Blower Fan]
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Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
0
10
%
Setting Values
38: [Side Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the side fan of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
Press [+] to increase the airflow, or [−] to decrease.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
0
10
%
[Side Fan]
39: [Vacuum Fan]
Adjust the airflow of the vacuum fan of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100).
Press [+] to increase the airflow, or [−] to decrease.
Setting Items
[Vacuum Fan]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
0
10
%
40: [Updraft Fan Shutter]
Specify how the updraft/blower fan shutter of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100)
moves.
If this value is set to [Active], the shutter is opened and closed each time paper is fed.
If this value is set to [Inactive], the shutter remains open at all time.
Setting Items
[Updraft Fan Shutter]
Values
[Active]
[Inactive]
41: [Side Fan Shutter]
Specify how the side fan shutter of the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100) moves.
If this value is set to [Active], the shutter is opened and closed each time paper is fed.
If this value is set to [Inactive], the shutter remains open at all time.
Setting Items
[Side Fan Shutter]
Values
[Active]
[Inactive]
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42: [Switch Paper Load Upper Limit]
Switch the upper limit for sheets of paper to be loaded in the two-way wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT
RT5100).
Setting Items
[Switch Paper Load Upper Limit]
Values
[Low]
[High]
43: [Paper Feed Mode (Adjust Fan Level)]
Specify how the two-tray wide LCT (Vacuum Feed LCIT RT5100) fan moves.
Setting Items
[Paper Feed Mode (Adjust Fan Level)]
Values
[Max Dble Fd Reduc. (Lowest)]
[Modrate Dble Fd Red. (Lower)]
[Standard (No Adjustment)]
[Moderate Nonfdg Red. (Higher)]
[Max Nonfdng Reduc. (Highest)]
Fuser Adjustment
44: [Put Pressure before Fusing]
Specify whether or not to have the fusing pressure roller come into contact with the fusing belt before the
printing operation (paper feeding) starts.
If [On] is selected, the fusing pressure roller comes into contact with the fusing belt before the paper is
fed, preventing the temperature of the fusing unit from dropping.
• If [On] is selected, image degradation (uneven luster) may occur.
Setting Items
[Put Pressure before Fusing]
Values
[On]
[Off]
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Setting Values
45: [Startng Time of Ptng Presr before Fusing]
Adjust the timing for the fusing pressure roller to come into contact with the fusing belt before the printing
operation (paper feeding) starts.
Once a job starts, the fusing pressure roller comes into contact with the fusing belt after the time specified
in this setting has elapsed.
If this is set to 30 seconds, the fusing pressure roller comes into contact with the fusing belt 30 seconds
after a job starts, and printing starts once warm-up is complete (when the temperature at which paper
feeding is allowed is reached).
Use this to adjust the fusibility and reduce image degradation (such as uneven luster and blisters).
If you reduce the starting time, the temperature drop the machine is able to handle can be increased, but
uneven luster may occur.
If you increase the starting time, the temperature drop the machine is able to handle is reduced, but
uneven luster is reduced.
Press [+] or [−] to adjust the start timing.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
500.0
0.0
0.1
second(s)
[Starting Time of Putting Pressure before
Fusing]
46: [Fusing Heat Roller Temperature Adj]
Adjust the heat roller temperature.
Press [+] to increase the temperature and [−] to reduce it.
• Decreasing the temperature too much may cause the toner to not properly fuse to the paper (cold
offset).
• Increasing the temperature too much may distort the paper and cause glossy lines, paper jams,
and insufficient toner fusing (hot offset).
• Depending on the type of paper, you can increase the toner gloss by increasing the temperature
by 5 to 10°C over the initial factory setting.
Setting Items
[Fusing Heat Roller Temperature
Adjustment]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
200
100
1
degree(s)
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47: [Fusing Pressure Roller Temperature Adj]
Adjust the pressure roller temperature.
Press [+] to increase the temperature and [−] to reduce it.
• Decreasing the temperature too much may cause the toner to not properly fuse to the paper. (cold
offset).
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
200
50
1
degree(s)
[Fusing Pressure Roller Temperature
Adjustment]
48: [Fusing Nip Width Setting]
Adjust the nip width between the fusing belt and the pressure roller.
You can reduce creases produced when printing envelopes.
The default setting is 2. To reduce creases, change the setting to 4.
However, doing this may result in insufficient toner fusing, causing toner to shed from the envelopes
(cold offset).
Although values from 1 to 4 are displayed, 1 and 3 are not usable.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4
1
1
None
[Fusing Nip Width Setting]
49: [Paper Feed Interval Setting]
Adjust the interval between the feeding of each sheet.
The standard interval is "100". If you set this to "50", the throughput will be reduced in half.
Press [+] to increase the interval and [−] to reduce it.
• Depending on the fusing unit's temperature and the size of paper, if you increase the interval by
pressing [−], the copy/print speed may decrease.
Setting Items
[Paper Feed Interval Setting]
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Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
100
1
1
%
Setting Values
50: [Reduce Initial CPM: Low Temp. Envrnmt.]
Select one of the three levels of initial print speed reduction at low temperatures.
The selected initial print speed reduction level in copies-per-minute (CPM) is applied only when printing
starts (for approximately 15 to 20 seconds).
This helps improve throughput if the fusing temperature can be kept constant. However, the throughput
may decrease in an environment in which the temperature varies.
• [Do not Reduce]
Full speed.
• [Reduce Level 1]
80% of full speed.
• [Reduce Level 2]
65% of full speed.
• [Reduce Level 3]
50% of full speed.
• The setting will take effect if the ambient temperature is 17°C (62.6°F) or lower. Since the
temperature of the fusing unit may decrease in a cold environment, specify this setting in addition to
49: [Reduce Initl CPM: Norml/High Temp Env].
Setting Items
[Reduce Initial CPM: Low Temperature
Environment]
Values
[Do not Reduce]
[Reduce Level 1]
[Reduce Level 2]
[Reduce Level 3]
51: [Reduce Initl CPM: Norml/High Temp Env]
Select one of the three levels of initial print speed reduction at normal room temperatures and above.
The selected initial print speed reduction level in copies-per-minute (CPM) is applied only when printing
starts (for approximately 15 to 20 seconds).
This helps improve throughput if the fusing temperature can be kept constant. However, the throughput
may decrease in an environment in which the temperature varies.
• [Do not Reduce]
Full speed.
• [Reduce Level 1]
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80% of full speed.
• [Reduce Level 2]
65% of full speed.
• [Reduce Level 3]
50% of full speed.
• The setting will take effect if the ambient temperature is higher than 17°C (62.6°F).
Setting Items
Values
[Reduce Initial CPM: Normal/High Temp.
Environment]
[Do not Reduce]
[Reduce Level 1]
[Reduce Level 2]
[Reduce Level 3]
52: [Adjust Cleaning Web Motor Interval]
Specify the interval between each activation of the cleaning web.
You can remove stains from the fusing pressure roller by reducing the interval between each activation
of the cleaning web. However, doing this causes the cleaning web to wear out faster, resulting in more
frequent replacement. If you set this to "0.01", cleaning is always performed during paper feeding.
Press [+] to increase the interval and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
3.00
0.01
0.01
None
[Adjust Cleaning Web Motor Interval]
53: [Adjust Adding Fusing Temperature 1]
Adjust the temperature applied to the fusing unit at the start of paper transfer.
Press [+] to increase the temperature and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
30
0
1
degree(s)
[Adjust Adding Fusing Temperature 1]
54: [Adjust Adding Fusing Temperature 2]
Adjust the temperature applied to the fusing unit immediately before the start of paper transfer.
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Setting Values
Press [+] to increase the temperature and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
30
0
1
degree(s)
[Adjust Adding Fusing Temperature 2]
Decurler Adjustment
55: [Decurler Feed Speed Adj: Curl Adj Off]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when 0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment
Settings for Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Off".
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Decurler Feed Speed Adjustment: Curl Adj
Off]
7.5
-1.0
0.5
%
56: [Decurler Feed Speed Adj: Curl Adj Weak]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when 0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment
Settings for Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Weak".
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Decurler Feed Speed Adjustment: Curl Adj
Weak]
7.5
-1.0
0.5
%
57: [Decurler Feed Speed Adj: Curl Adj Strg]
Adjust the paper feed speed of the decurler unit when 0310: [Adjust Paper Curl] in the [Adjustment
Settings for Skilled Operators] menu is set to "Strong".
Press [+] to increase the speed and [−] to reduce it.
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
[Decurler Feed Speed Adjustment: Curl Adj
Strong]
7.5
-1.0
0.5
%
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4. Details of Menu Items in Advanced Settings
Finishing Position Adjustment
58: [Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Adjust the width of the bottom end segment (S) of Z- folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (S) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
L
S
Paper feed direction
CEZ001
Setting Items
[Adjust Z-fold Position 1]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
59: [Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
Adjust the overall fold size (L) of Z- folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (L) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
L
S
Paper feed direction
CEZ001
132
mark indicates
Setting Values
Setting Items
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
[Adjust Z-fold Position 2]
60: [Half Fold Position: Single-sheet Fold]
Adjust the fold position (S) of half folded sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will not be applied when the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase (S) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
L1
S
Paper feed direction
CEZ002
Setting Items
[Adjust Half Fold Position: Single-sheet
Fold]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
61: [Letter Fold-out Posn 1: Single-sheet Fld]
Adjust the fold position for the bottom segment (S2) of letter fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
This setting will not be applied when the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase (S2) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
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4. Details of Menu Items in Advanced Settings
S2
L
Paper feed direction
CEZ003
Setting Items
[Adjust Letter Fold-out Position 1: Singlesheet Fold]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0*1
-4.0*1
0.2
mm
*1 For B5 paper, any adjustment greater than 3 mm is rounded down to 3 mm.
62: [Letter Fold-out Posn 2: Single-sheet Fld]
Adjust the overall fold size (L) of letter fold-out sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will not be applied when the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase (L) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
S2
L
Paper feed direction
CEZ003
Setting Items
[Adjust Letter Fold-out Position 2: Singlesheet Fold]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0*1
-4.0*1
0.2
mm
*1 For B5 paper, any adjustment greater than 3 mm is rounded down to 3 mm.
134
Setting Values
63: [Letter Fold-in Posn 1: Single-sheet Fold]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment (S) of letter fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will not be applied when the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase (S) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
S
mark indicates
L
Paper feed direction
CEZ004
Setting Items
[Adjust Letter Fold-in Position 1: Singlesheet Fold]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
64: [Letter Fold-in Posn 2: Single-sheet Fold]
Adjust the overall fold size (L) of letter fold-in sheets when using the multi-folding unit.
This setting will not be applied when the multi-sheet fold function is enabled.
Press [+] to increase (L) and [−] to reduce it.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
S
mark indicates
L
Paper feed direction
CEZ004
135
4. Details of Menu Items in Advanced Settings
Setting Items
[Adjust Letter Fold-in Position 2: Singlesheet Fold]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
65: [Double Parallel Fold Position 1]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 1 (S1) of double parallel-folded sheets when using the
multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (S1) and [−] to reduce it.
The upper right illustration shows a partly opened, double parallel-folded sheet (folded in half), and the
lower right illustration shows a fully folded sheet.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
L1
L4
S1
L3
Paper feed direction
CEZ006
Setting Items
[Adjust Double Parallel Fold Position 1]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
66: [Double Parallel Fold Position 2]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 2 (S2) of double parallel-folded sheets when using the
multi-folding unit.
Press [+] to increase (S2) and [−] to reduce it.
The upper right illustration shows a partly opened, double parallel-folded sheet (folded in half), and the
lower right illustration shows a fully folded sheet.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
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mark indicates
Setting Values
L1
L4
L3
S2
Paper feed direction
CEZ007
Setting Items
[Adjust Double Parallel Fold Position 2]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
67: [Adjust Gate Fold Position 1]
Adjust the fold width of the bottom segment 1 (S1) of gate folded sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
Press [+] to increase (S1) and [−] to reduce it.
The upper right illustration shows a partly opened, gate folded sheet, and the lower right illustration
shows a fully folded sheet.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
S1
L3
L3
Paper feed direction
CEZ008
Setting Items
[Adjust Gate Fold Position 1]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
• You cannot specify this setting when using 12" × 18"
paper.
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4. Details of Menu Items in Advanced Settings
68: [Adjust Gate Fold Position 2]
Adjust the fold width of the bottom segment 2 (S2) of gate folded sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
Press [+] to increase (S2) and [−] to reduce it.
The upper right illustration shows a partly opened, gate folded sheet, and the lower right illustration
shows a fully folded sheet.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
mark indicates
S2
L3
L3
Paper feed direction
CEZ009
Setting Items
[Adjust Gate Fold Position 2]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
• You cannot specify this setting when using 12" × 18"
paper.
69: [Adjust Gate Fold Position 3]
Adjust the fold position of the bottom segment 3 (S3) of gate folded sheets when using the multi-folding
unit.
Press [+] to increase (S3) and [−] to reduce it.
The upper right illustration shows a partly opened, gate folded sheet, and the lower right illustration
shows a fully folded sheet.
The mark indicates the leading edge (relative to the paper feed direction), and the
the trailing edge.
138
mark indicates
Setting Values
L3
L3
S3
Paper feed direction
CEZ010
Setting Items
[Adjust Gate Fold Position 3]
Max. Value
Min. Value
Step
Unit
4.0
-4.0
0.2
mm
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