Xerox D136 User's Manual

Xerox D136 User's Manual
Version 3.0
September 2013
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Xerox D110/D125/D136 Printer
User Guide
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Table of Contents
1 Product Overview.......................................................................................1-1
Machine components.........................................................................................................1-1
User Interface (UI)..............................................................................................................1-2
Power Source..........................................................................................................................1-4
Power On....................................................................................................................1-4
Power Off...................................................................................................................1-5
Energy Saver..........................................................................................................................1-5
Exiting the Energy Saver Mode.........................................................................1-6
Print server overview...........................................................................................................1-6
Feeding and finishing devices.........................................................................................1-6
High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7), 8.5 x 11 in./A4..................1-7
Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF), 1 or 2 trays (Trays
6/7).........................................................................................................................1-7
Interface Module (D110/D125 configurations).........................................1-8
Interface (Cooling) Module (D136 configuration)....................................1-8
GBC® AdvancedPunch™......................................................................................1-9
High Capacity Stacker........................................................................................1-10
Standard Finisher.................................................................................................1-10
Booklet Maker Finisher......................................................................................1-11
SquareFold Trimmer Module...........................................................................1-11
Standard Finisher Plus........................................................................................1-12
Third-Party Finishing Devices (D110/D125/D136
configurations)...............................................................................................1-12
2 Where to find help....................................................................................2-1
Customer documentation CD/DVD..............................................................................2-1
Print server customer documentation.........................................................................2-1
Help on the World Wide Web..........................................................................................2-1
3 Paper and other media...........................................................................3-1
Loading media in trays 1, 2, 3, and 4...........................................................................3-1
Loading paper in trays 1 and 2.........................................................................3-2
Loading paper in trays 3 and 4.........................................................................3-3
Loading tab stock in trays 3 and 4..................................................................3-4
Loading pre-drilled stock in trays 1, 2, 3, and 4..........................................3-4
Loading transparencies in trays 1-4................................................................3-5
Loading media in optional feeding devices..............................................................3-6
Loading post-process media in optional finishing devices..................................3-6
Loading tab stock with the GBC AdvancedPunch.....................................3-6
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4 Media Print - Text......................................................................................4-1
Overview..................................................................................................................................4-1
Supported file formats..........................................................................................4-1
Notes and Restrictions..........................................................................................4-2
Selecting media files...........................................................................................................4-2
Inserting USB Memory Device.......................................................................................4-3
Setting the Printing Options............................................................................................4-3
Media Print - Text printing options..................................................................4-3
Index Print.................................................................................................................4-4
5 Web Applications.......................................................................................5-1
Web Application Overview...............................................................................................5-1
Accessing Using Buttons Registered on the Services Home window..............5-1
6 Computer operations...............................................................................6-1
Network Printing...................................................................................................................6-1
Printing with the PS print drivers......................................................................6-1
Printing with the PCL print drivers....................................................................6-1
Network tab printing..........................................................................................................6-2
Network printing on tabs using the PS print drivers.................................6-2
Network printing on tabs using the PCL print drivers...............................6-3
7 Job Status.....................................................................................................7-1
Job Status overview.............................................................................................................7-1
Active Jobs..............................................................................................................................7-1
Completed Jobs....................................................................................................................7-2
Secure Print Jobs & More tab..........................................................................................7-2
Secure Print...............................................................................................................7-2
Sample Set................................................................................................................7-3
Delayed Print............................................................................................................7-3
Charge Print..............................................................................................................7-4
8 Machine Status..........................................................................................8-1
Machine Status.....................................................................................................................8-1
Machine Information tab.................................................................................................8-1
Faults tab.................................................................................................................................8-3
Supplies tab............................................................................................................................8-3
Billing Information tab......................................................................................................8-4
Accessing Billing Information............................................................................8-4
Billing meters/usage counters...........................................................................8-4
Usage Counters..........................................................................................8-4
User Account Billing Information.......................................................8-5
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Tools tab..................................................................................................................................8-6
Changing the paper tray attributes................................................................8-6
9 Maintenance...............................................................................................9-1
Cleaning the machine .......................................................................................................9-1
Cleaning the exterior.............................................................................................9-2
Cleaning the document cover and glass.......................................................9-2
Cleaning the document feeder rollers............................................................9-5
Cleaning the Fuser Stripper Fingers................................................................9-6
Replacing consumable supplies......................................................................................9-8
Ordering supplies....................................................................................................9-8
Checking the status of CRUs..............................................................................9-9
Replacing the toner cartridge............................................................................9-9
Replacing the toner waste container...........................................................9-12
10 Problem solving.....................................................................................10-1
Paper jams............................................................................................................................10-1
Information about paper jams......................................................................10-1
Lower left cover jams..........................................................................................10-2
Paper jams in the Bypass (Tray 5).................................................................10-3
Envelope jams in the Bypass tray.....................................................10-4
Paper jams in Trays 1-4.....................................................................................10-5
Paper jams in transport unit 4........................................................................10-6
Paper jams in duplex module 3......................................................................10-7
Paper jams inside the main unit....................................................................10-9
Fault codes........................................................................................................................10-12
Machine troubleshooting............................................................................................10-24
Basic troubleshooting......................................................................................10-24
Image quality problems.................................................................................10-28
Image is not what was expected..................................................10-32
Print troubleshooting.......................................................................................10-33
Unable to print......................................................................................10-34
The printed result is not what was expected............................10-36
11 Specifications........................................................................................11-1
Print specifications............................................................................................................11-1
12 High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7), 8.5 x 11
in./A4..........................................................................................................12-1
Loading media into the HCF (Trays 6 and 7).........................................................12-2
Problem solving..................................................................................................................12-3
Paper jams in Trays 6/7 (HCF)........................................................................12-3
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Paper jams inside the HCF unit......................................................................12-4
Paper jams inside lower left cover...................................................12-5
Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c................................................12-6
Paper jams at lever 1b and knob 1c................................................12-8
Paper jams at lever 1d and knob 1c................................................12-9
Fault codes...........................................................................................................12-10
Trays 6/7 (HCF) specifications...................................................................................12-11
13 Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF), 1 or 2 trays
(Trays 6/7)................................................................................................13-1
Postcard bracket.................................................................................................................13-2
Using the Postcard bracket..............................................................................13-2
Loading media in the 1 or 2-Tray OHCF..................................................................13-4
Loading paper in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays).................................................13-4
Loading tabs in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays)....................................................13-4
Loading transparencies in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays)...............................13-5
Loading pre-drilled stock into the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays) for 1-sided
print jobs...........................................................................................................13-6
Loading pre-drilled stock into the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays) for 2-sided
print jobs...........................................................................................................13-7
Skew adjustment levers..................................................................................................13-8
OHCF problem solving.....................................................................................................13-9
Clearing OHCF jams............................................................................................13-9
Paper jams inside the OHCF trays.................................................13-10
OHCF paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c................................13-10
OHCF paper jams at lever 1b and knob 1c................................13-11
OHCF paper jams at lever 1d and knob 1c................................13-12
OHCF fault codes...............................................................................................13-14
OHCF specifications.......................................................................................................13-22
14 Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module............................14-1
Module overview................................................................................................................14-3
Control panel.........................................................................................................14-3
Paper path..............................................................................................................14-4
Paper curl settings on the module..............................................................................14-4
Preset decurler settings.....................................................................................14-4
Manual decurler buttons...................................................................................14-4
Problem solving..................................................................................................................14-5
Clearing jams.........................................................................................................14-5
Paper jams at lever 1a..........................................................................14-5
Paper jams at lever 2a..........................................................................14-6
Paper jams at lever 2b..........................................................................14-8
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Fault codes..............................................................................................................14-9
15 High Capacity Stacker (HCS)...........................................................15-1
Overview................................................................................................................................15-1
Identifying the components...........................................................................15-2
Control panel.........................................................................................................15-3
HCS top tray...........................................................................................................15-3
Unloading the Stacker Tray...........................................................................................15-4
Problem solving..................................................................................................................15-5
General problems.................................................................................................15-5
Jam clearance........................................................................................................15-5
HCS entrance jams (E1, E2, and E3)...............................................15-5
HCS transport jams (E4, E5, and E6)...............................................15-6
HCS top tray jam (E7)...........................................................................15-7
HCS exit jam (E8)....................................................................................15-8
Hints and tips for using the HCS....................................................................15-9
Loss of power......................................................................................................15-10
Fault codes...........................................................................................................15-10
Specifications...................................................................................................................15-25
16 Standard/Booklet Maker Finisher..................................................16-1
Manual decurling feature on the finisher................................................................16-3
Folding feature...................................................................................................................16-4
Fold types................................................................................................................16-4
Loading paper/tabs in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)..................................16-6
Maintenance.......................................................................................................................16-7
Standard/Booklet Maker consumable supplies........................................16-7
Replace the standard staple cartridge........................................................16-7
Replace the booklet staple cartridge............................................................16-9
Replacing the Staple Waste Container on the finisher......................16-10
Empty the Punch Waste Container............................................................16-12
Finisher problem solving..............................................................................................16-13
Paper jams in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)...................................16-14
Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c..........................................................16-15
Paper jams at lever 1d.....................................................................................16-16
Paper jams at lever 1b.....................................................................................16-17
Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d.....................................................................16-18
Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c...........................................................16-19
Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f...........................................................16-20
Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a..........................................................16-21
Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a..........................................................16-22
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Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c..........................................................16-23
Paper jams at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d..................................................................16-24
Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g.....................................................................16-25
Paper jams at unit 4 and knob 4a..............................................................16-26
Paper jams at finisher top tray....................................................................16-27
Paper jams at finisher stacker tray.............................................................16-28
Paper jams at the optional booklet maker tray....................................16-29
Stapler faults.......................................................................................................16-30
Staple jams in the standard staple cartridge...........................16-30
Staple jams in the booklet maker cartridge..............................16-32
Reinserting the standard staple cartridge...............................................16-34
Fault codes...........................................................................................................16-36
Specifications...................................................................................................................16-47
Standard/Booklet Maker Finisher...............................................................16-47
Optional C/Z Folder..........................................................................................16-50
17 SquareFold Trimmer Module...........................................................17-1
Overview................................................................................................................................17-1
Identifying the components.........................................................................................17-2
Main components................................................................................................17-2
Paper path..............................................................................................................17-3
Control panel.........................................................................................................17-4
Square Fold feature..........................................................................................................17-4
Square fold options.............................................................................................17-5
Accessing the Square Fold options...............................................................17-6
Accessing the Square Fold options for network print
jobs.........................................................................................................17-6
Accessing the Square Fold options for copy jobs.......................17-7
Trimmer feature.................................................................................................................17-7
Trimmer options...................................................................................................17-7
Trim guidelines......................................................................................................17-9
Accessing the Trimmer options...................................................................17-10
Accessing the Trimmer options for network print
jobs......................................................................................................17-10
Accessing the Trimmer options for copy jobs...........................17-10
Hints and tips...................................................................................................................17-11
Printing full-page images on booklets......................................................17-11
Follow these tips................................................................................................17-12
Problem solving...............................................................................................................17-12
Jam clearance.....................................................................................................17-12
Clearing jams.........................................................................................17-13
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Clearing E1/E2 jams............................................................................17-13
Clearing E3 jams..................................................................................17-15
Fault codes...........................................................................................................17-16
Technical data..................................................................................................................17-26
Specifications......................................................................................................17-26
18 Standard Finisher Plus........................................................................18-1
Overview................................................................................................................................18-1
Finisher Module..................................................................................................................18-2
Finisher Module main components..............................................................18-2
Folding feature......................................................................................................18-3
Fold types...................................................................................................18-4
Loading paper/tabs in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter).....................18-5
Finishing Transport...........................................................................................................18-6
Finishing Transport main components........................................................18-6
Finishing Transport status indicators...........................................................18-7
Standard Finisher Plus maintenance.........................................................................18-8
Standard Finisher Plus consumable supplies............................................18-8
Replace the standard staple cartridge........................................................18-8
Replacing the Staple Waste Container on the finisher......................18-10
Empty the Punch Waste Container............................................................18-12
Problem solving...............................................................................................................18-13
Paper jams in the Finisher Module.............................................................18-13
Paper jams in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)......................18-13
Paper jams inside the finisher left cover.....................................18-14
Paper jams inside the finisher right cover..................................18-17
Paper jams at the optional C/Z Folder.........................................18-22
Paper jams at the finisher output area.......................................18-29
Paper jams in the Finishing Transport......................................................18-30
Paper jams in area 1...........................................................................18-30
Paper jams in area 2...........................................................................18-32
Paper jams in area 3...........................................................................18-33
Paper jams in area 4...........................................................................18-34
Stapler faults.......................................................................................................18-35
Staple jams in the standard staple cartridge...........................18-35
Standard Finisher Plus fault codes.............................................................18-37
Finisher Module fault codes.............................................................18-37
Finishing Transport fault codes......................................................18-38
Third-party DFA fault codes.............................................................18-42
Specifications...................................................................................................................18-44
Finisher Module specifications....................................................................18-44
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Optional C/Z Folder.............................................................................18-47
Finishing Transport specifications..............................................................18-47
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Product Overview
Machine components
1 Optional High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7)
This optional feeding device adds an additional 2,000 sheet capacity of letter-size (8.5
x 11 in.)/A4 media.
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2 Bypass tray (Tray 5)
The Bypass tray, also called Tray 5, accommodates all types of stock in various size
and weight ranges. The tray holds a maximum of 250 sheets of 20 lb./75 gsm bond
paper. This tray is often used to load nonstandard paper, such as heavy stock or other
special media, that cannot be loaded in trays 1-4.
3 User Interface (UI)
The User Interface (UI) consists of the control panel and the touch screen.
4 Optional Standard Finisher
This optional finishing device provides a wide range of finishing options including
stapling and folding.
5 Front cover
Open this cover to clear paper jams and to replace the toner waste container.
6 Left cover
Open this cover to replace the toner cartridge.
7 Trays 1-4
Contains the media used for copy or print output.
8 Lower left cover
Open this cover to access the inside of the machine to remove jammed paper.
9 Front cover on optional HCF
Open this cover to access the bottom left cover of the machine to remove jammed
paper.
User Interface (UI)
The User Interface is the main area where options are selected, procedures are completed,
and printer information can be viewed.
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Number
Component
Function
1
Touch Screen
Displays messages required for operation and buttons for
features. You can directly touch the screen to instruct
operations and to set features.
2
Machine Status
Use this button to check the machine status, meters, the
status of the consumables, and to print reports.
3
Job Status
Use this button to check or cancel the current job, to check
or print stored jobs, or to check completed jobs.
4
Services Home
Press this button to display the main window, which is called
Services Home. The Services Home window, by default, is
where the UI displays the available service buttons such
as Copy, E-Mail, Network Scanning, Store to Folder, and
Send from Folder. The system administrator can change
the Services Home window to display a specific feature
(such as Copy); refer to the System Administration Guide
for more information.
5
Services
This button lights when the main power is on.
6
Help
Displays the Help System
7
Dial Pause
Not used
8
C
Clear the last entry
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Number
Component
Function
9
Key Pad
Used to enter alpha/numeric data
10
Interrupt button
Use this button to suspend a copy or print job in progress
and have the machine stop to process another job. During
the Interrupt mode, the Interrupt button lights. Pressing
the Interrupt button again exits the Interrupt mode and
resumes the suspended job.
11
Start
Use this button to perform certain functions, such as
scanning a document.
12
Stop
Use this button to pause the current job or communication.
13
Clear All
Select this button to return all selections to the default
values. The machine returns to the same state as when it
is powered on.
14
Energy Saver button When the machine is not being used for a while, it enters
the Energy Saver mode to reduce power consumption.
When the Energy Saver mode is active, the Energy Saver
button lights. Press this button to exit the Energy Saver
mode.
15
Log In/Log Out
This button lights when a user is logged in through the
System Administration mode, the Authentication mode,
or the Accounting mode. Press this button to display the
User ID entry screen for entering the System Administration
mode, the Authentication mode, or the Accounting mode.
Also press this button to exit these modes.
16
Services buttons
Use these options to enter the various service windows to
make feature selections. This is where you will find the
Copy, Network Scanning, and Store to USB options among
others.
17
Login field
This area displays the currently logged in user. Select this
option to login as the System Administration,
Authentication, or Accounting modes.
18
Message field
This area displays messages to the user.
Power Source
The machine is provided with the power switch and the main power switch.
Power On
After turning the power on, the machine takes approximately 3 minutes to warm up
before you can start making copies.
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1. Open the cover.
2. Press the power switch to the On position.
The Please wait... message indicates that the machine is warming up. The machine
cannot be used while it is warming up.
Power Off
Before switching the power off, ensure all job processing, copy and printing is completed
and ensure that the Data indicator is not lit up.
1. Press the power switch on top of the printer to the upright position (I). This will power
off the printer.
2. To continue to power off the Main Power, ensure that the touch screen is blank and
the Energy Saver button is not lit up.
3. Open the front cover.
4. Press the main power switch to the zero [0] position to switch the main power off.
The Main Power indicator on the control panel will turn off.
5. Close the front cover.
Energy Saver
Note
The terms Power Saver and Energy Saver are used synonymously.
The Energy Saver feature has two modes:
• Low Power: After remaining inactive for a preset time period, the machine enters the
Low Power mode.
• Sleep Mode: After entering Low Power and remaining inactive for another preset
time period, the machine enters the Sleep mode.
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Here are two examples:
• If the Low Power Mode is set to 15 minutes and the Sleep Mode is set to 60 minutes,
the Sleep Mode activates after 60 minutes of total inactivity and not 60 minutes
after the Low Power Mode begins.
• If the Low Power Mode is set to 15 minutes and the Sleep mode is set to 20 minutes,
the Sleep Mode activates 5 minutes after the Low Power Mode begins.
When logged on as administrator, the time periods for both Low Power and Sleep Mode
may be set from Tools > System Settings > Common Service Settings > Energy
Saver Settings.
Exiting the Energy Saver Mode
1. Press Energy Saver, or
2. Send a print job to the machine.
Print server overview
One of the following print servers may be available and used with your machine:
• Xerox® FreeFlow® Print Server
• Xerox® EX Print Server, Powered by Fiery®
Note
For detailed information on your specific print server, refer to the customer
documentation that was delivered with it.
Feeding and finishing devices
Available with your machine is a variety of optional feeding and finishing devices. These
devices are briefly discussed on the following pages along with where to find specific
information on each device.
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High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7), 8.5 x 11 in./A4
The two-tray High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7) provides an extra 4,000 sheet
capacity of either 8.5 x 11 in. or A4 paper. Each tray holds 2000 sheets (from 16 lb. Bond
to 80 lb. Cover/52 gsm to 216 gsm).
Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF), 1 or 2 trays (Trays 6/7)
The Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF) is available in a 1-tray or 2-tray option. The
OHCF feeds a variety of stock sizes, including standard and oversized stock up to 13 x
19.2 in./330.2 x 488 mm. Each tray holds 2,000 sheets.
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Note
The 1-Tray OHCF is not available with D136 configurations.
Interface Module (D110/D125 configurations)
The Interface Module is required with many finishing devices. It enables communication
and provides a paper path between the print engine and any attached finishing device
or devices.
Note
The Interface Module is not available with the D95 Copier/Printer configuration.
Interface (Cooling) Module (D136 configuration)
The Interface Cooling Module is required for all D136 configurations. It is similar in
function to the Interface Module (for D110/D125 configurations), but it also aids in
cooling the outgoing printed media through the use of additional fans and associated
duct work.
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GBC® AdvancedPunch™
The GBC AdvancedPunch may be attached to a variety of optional finishing accessories.
The GBC AdvancedPunch provides another level of finishing options to your output by
allowing you to punch holes in 8.5 x 11 in./A4 documents, which support a variety of
binding styles. Punch types include 19-hole to a maximum of 32-hole for 8.5 x 11 in.
media. A4 media supports punch types 21-hole to a maximum of 47-hole.
Note
The GBC AdvancedPunch is shown here with either the required Interface Module or
the Interface Cooling Module (depends on your machine configuration); it is also shown
with the optional Booklet Maker Finisher and the optional C/Z Folder.
Important
The D110/D125 configurations require the Interface Module, while the D136
configuration requires the Interface Cooling Module.The Interface Module is not available
with the D95 Copier/Printer configuration.
Information on this device can be found on the customer documentation CD that came
with the accessory, or documentation can be downloaded from www.xerox.com. From
the website, enter the machine product name in the Search field and select the User
Documentation link.
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High Capacity Stacker
The High Capacity Stacker (HCS) is an optional finishing device that provides stacking
and offsetting capabilities for output to a Stacker Tray.
Note
The Interface Module is not available with the D95 Copier/Printer configuration.
Standard Finisher
This finisher provides a wide range of finishing/folding options.
Note
If attached to a D136 configuration, the Standard Finisher requires the Interface Cooling
Module.
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Booklet Maker Finisher
This finisher provides a wide range of finishing/folding options.
Note
If attached to a D136 configuration, the Booklet Maker Finisher requires the Interface
Cooling Module.
SquareFold Trimmer Module
The SquareFold Trimmer Module is an optional finishing device that is used in conjunction
with a finishing device that contains a booklet maker.
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Standard Finisher Plus
The Standard Finisher Plus serves as an interface to transfer paper between the print
engine and any third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) device attached to
the machine.
Note
The Standard Finisher Plus requires the either the Interface Module (for D110/D125
configurations) or the Interface Cooling Module (for D136 configurations). The Standard
Finisher Plus is not available with the D95 Copier/Printer configuration.
Third-Party Finishing Devices (D110/D125/D136 configurations)
Additional third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) devices are also available
for your machine. Information on these DFA devices can be obtained by contacting your
Xerox sales representative.
Note
All third-party, DFA devices require the Interface Module (for D110/D125 configurations)
or the Interface Cooling Module (for D136 configurations), and they also require the
Standard Finisher Plus. DFA devices are not available with the D95 Copier/Printer
configuration.
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Where to find help
Customer documentation CD/DVD
We recommend that you print all customer documentation and keep it close to the
machine.
You can locate the customer documentation on your Customer Documentation CD/DVD.
Your customer documentation CD/DVD was shipped with the machine.
Print server customer documentation
Supporting customer documentation for your print server is on a CD/DVD and is shipped
with the print server. You or your System Administrator should print these documents,
after the installation is complete.
Help on the World Wide Web
Xerox on the World Wide Web: For system support, user help, customer documentation,
and service support, go to www.xerox.com and click the Contact Us link for specific
contact information/telephone numbers in your area.
Note
You can get the latest customer documentation updates for your product by going to
www.xerox.com. Be sure to periodically check this website for the latest information on
your product.
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Where to find help
It may be helpful to know your machine serial number before calling for support. The
machine serial number is shown on the Machine Information tab: Machine Status >
Machine Information.
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Paper and other media
Loading media in trays 1, 2, 3, and 4
The following information is applicable for Trays 1-4:
Trays 1 and 2
• Trays 1 and 2 are identical
• Only 8.5 x 11 in./A4 media may be loaded into Trays 1 and 2
• Both trays accommodate media weights from 16 lb bond to 80 lb cover (52 gsm to
216 gsm)
• Tray 1 has a capacity of 1,100 sheets
• Tray 2 has a capacity of 1,600 sheets
• Media must be loaded into the trays in the long edge feed (LEF) direction
Trays 3 and 4
• Trays 3 and 4 are size-adjustable
• Both trays accommodate media sizes starting at 5.5 x 7.2 in./140 mm x 182 mm
(A5) to a maximum of 13.0 x 19.2 in./330 mm x 488 mm (SRA3)
• Both trays accommodate media weights from 16 lb bond to 80 lb cover (52 gsm to
216 gsm)
• Each tray has a capacity of 550 sheets
• Media may be loaded in either the long edge feed (LEF)/portrait or short edge feed
(SEF)/landscape direction
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Loading paper in trays 1 and 2
Note
A paper jam may occur if a tray is opened while it is being used to feed stock.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
Load and align the edge of the paper against the LEFT edge of the tray.
Paper must be loaded in the Long Edge Feed (LEF)/portrait direction.
6. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
7. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
8. Select Confirm to close the window.
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Loading paper in trays 3 and 4
Note
A paper jam may occur if a tray is opened while it is being used to feed stock.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
Load and align the edge of the paper against the LEFT edge of the tray.
Paper can be loaded either in the Long Edge Feed (LEF)/portrait or Short Edge Feed
(SEF)/landscape direction.
6. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
7. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
8. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
9. Select Confirm to close the window.
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Loading tab stock in trays 3 and 4
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2.
3.
4.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Fan the tab paper before loading into the tray.
Load and align the edge of the tab paper against the RIGHT edge of the tray with
the side to be copied or printed on facing down.
Note
Tab stock can be loaded either long edge or short edge feed (portrait or landscape).
5. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
6. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
7. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
8. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading pre-drilled stock in trays 1, 2, 3, and 4
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Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
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5. Load and align the edge of the pre-drilled paper against the LEFT edge of the tray.
Align the paper so that the holes are against the left edge of the tray, and ensure
that the paper is loaded in the LEF direction.
6. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
7. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
8. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
9. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading transparencies in trays 1-4
1. Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
2. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
3. Fan the transparencies to stop them from sticking together before loading into the
tray.
4. Load transparencies on top of a small stack of same-size paper, and align the edge
of the transparencies with the removable stripe against the LEFT edge of the tray
with the side to be copied or printed on facing down.
Note
• Do not load more than 100 transparencies in a paper tray at one time.
• Transparencies can be loaded either long edge or short edge feed (portrait or
landscape).
• Do not load transparencies above the MAX line as indicated on the tray.
5. When loading transparencies into either Tray 3 or 4, adjust the paper guides until
they lightly touch the edges of the material in the tray.
6. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
7. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
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a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
8. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading media in optional feeding devices
Refer to the specific chapter for information and instructions on loading media in the
optional feeding devices.
Loading post-process media in optional
finishing devices
Refer to the specific chapter for information on loading post-process media in the optional
finishing devices.
Loading tab stock with the GBC AdvancedPunch
When the optional GBC AdvancedPunch is attached to your machine, tab stock is loaded
differently into paper trays. For information on how to load media into the paper trays
when a GBC AdvancedPunch is attached, refer to the GBC AdvancedPunch customer
documentation.
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Media Print - Text
This chapter describes the basic procedures and features of Media Print - Text when the
optional USB Enablement Kit is installed.
Overview
The installation of the USB Enablement Kit allows the machine to retrieve and print PDF,
TIFF, and XPS document files. This feature is called the Media Print feature. When a
USB memory device is connected to the machine, the machine can print the data stored
in the USB memory device. The Media Print feature includes the Media Print - Text
mode that prints data stored in text format. It also includes index printing that prints a
list of files retrieved in the mode.
Make sure to back up data on media. Data stored on media may be lost or damaged
for the following reasons.
• When switching the machine off/on or disconnecting/connecting the USB memory
device
• When receiving the effect of electrical noise or an electrical discharge
• When a failure or repair occurs
• When damage results from a natural calamity
Supported file formats
The following file formats can be used:
• PDF - PDF 1.3 or later
Extension: pdf
• TIFF - Grayscale 4 bit/8 bit uncompressed, 8 bit/24 bit JPEG compressed, MH/MMR
compressed
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Extension: tif
• XPS files
Extension: xps
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If the medium contains more than 900 folders, the machine may not be able to
recognize them correctly.
PDF files or TIFF files cannot be printed if they are stored in folders.
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PDF files saved on a MAC OS cannot be displayed on the screen and cannot be
printed.
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If a file name contains characters that are not supported by the machine, the
file name will not be displayed on the screen.
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Up to 255 characters can be recognized as a file name.
Notes and Restrictions
The following notes and restrictions apply to the use of the Media Print - Text feature:
• Printing speed depends on the size and number of files on the USB memory device.
• Before storing document files, format the media with a computer. In Media Print Text mode, files are printed only from the directory located directly in the USB memory
device. A file or folder name can be recognized even if it exceeds 8 characters.
• Do not connect multiple USB memory devices to the machine simultaneously.
• The machine does not support some types of USB memory devices, such as those
with an encryption function or with multiple partitions.
• Do not connect or disconnect the USB memory device while the machine is retrieving
or printing the data, or accessing the USB memory device.
Selecting media files
1. Insert the USB memory device into the USB memory slot on the control panel of the
printer.
2. Press the Services Home button.
3. Select Media Print - Text.
Do not disconnect the USB memory device while the machine is retrieving the files.
Index numbers 001 to 900 are automatically assigned to the retrieved files.
4. When the files are retrieved, select files using Select All, Select From List, Select
Range, or Index Print.
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The Index Print option prints a list of the selected files from the USB drive with the
index numbers automatically assigned. The Index Print checkbox is enabled when
certain paper supplies are selected.
5. Once the files are selected, set the printing options on the Media Print - Text tab
and Advanced Settings tab.
Depending on the types of files stored in the USB memory device or the directory
configuration, all files selected may not print.
Inserting USB Memory Device
1. Insert the USB memory device into the USB memory slot on the control panel.
2. The USB Device detected screen appears. Select one of the following:
• Store to USB
3. One of the following will occur:
• The USB Device Detected screen appears.
• The Store to USB screen appears.
• The Media Print - Text screen appears.
• The screen display does not change.
4. Select Media Print - Text on the Services Home screen.
Setting the Printing Options
You can set the printing options on the Media Print - Text tab.
Media Print - Text printing options
Tab
Item
Setting Value
Quantity
Specify the print quantity within the range of 1
- 999, using the numeric keypad.
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Tab
Item
Setting Value
Media Print - Text
Paper Supply
Auto Paper Select, Trays 1 - 5
Select Auto or a tray that holds any of the
following sizes of paper: A3, B4, A4, A4 short edge
feed (SEF), B5, B5 SEF, A5, A5 SEF, 8.5 x 11", 8.5
x 11" SEF, 8.5 x 14", 11 x 17"
When selecting Auto, a paper tray of the size of
the document is selected automatically, and the
document is printed at its original size.
When the tray to be used is not displayed, select
More. On the screen displayed, select the desired
tray.
If you select More and then Tray, Paper Size and
Paper Type are selectable.
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4 SEF, B5, B5 SEF, A5, A5 SEF, 8.5 x
11", 8.5 x 11" SEF, 8 x 14", 11 x 17"
Paper Type
Select the paper type to be used from the list.
2 Sided Printing
Off, Long Edge Flip, Short Edge Flip
Pages per side
Off, 2 Pages Up, 4 Pages Up
Bitmap Smoothing
Off, On
Advanced Settings
Index Print
In Media Print - Text mode, the file names (maximum of 2 lines and 100 characters),
the dates the documents were stored on the USB memory device, and the total file
quantity are printed.
For Index Print, only the print quantity can be set with the numeric pad, within the range
of 1 - 999 sets.
When selecting Index Print, the following items are restricted:
Setting Item
Value
Paper Supply
Trays 1 - 5
Any of the following sizes of paper must be
loaded in the selected tray: A3, A4, A4 SEF, 8.5
x 11”, or 8.5 x 11” SEF
2 Sided Printing
Off
Pages per side
Not available
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Web Applications
Web Application Overview
Web Applications is a service that allows you to access to web applications via a network
using the browser on the machine in order to display and store data.
1. Select Services Home.
2. Select Web Application
3. Select an access destination.
4. Select Open from the pop-up menu displayed.
Accessing Using Buttons Registered on
the Services Home window
You can register frequently used web applications on the Services Home screen as
buttons. The following describes how to access the applications by simply selecting the
buttons.
1. Press the Services Home button.
2. Select Head Office registered on the Services Home window.
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Network Printing
Print procedures vary depending on the application software you are using. For more
information, refer to the documentation provided with each application.
To learn about print features, click Help in the print driver screen and refer to the online
help.
Printing with the PS print drivers
1. Load the paper in the paper tray. See the Paper and other Media chapter in the User
Guide.
2. From your computer, open the document you want to print.
3. Select File > Print.
4. Select the desired printer.
5. Select Properties.
6. Select the Paper/Output tab.
7. Select the appropriate Paper Tray, Paper Size, and Paper Type.
8. Select the Advanced tab and select any Advanced Features.
9. Select OK to save and close the Properties window.
10. Select the desired copies/quantity and OK to print the job.
Note
For additional information, review your print driver documentation.
Printing with the PCL print drivers
1. Load the paper in the tray. See the Paper and other Media chapter in the User Guide.
2. From your computer, open the document you want to print.
3. Select File > Print.
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4. Select the desired printer.
5. Ensure that Auto-Rotate and Center and Choose Paper Source by PDF page size
check boxes are clear.
Note
These options may not be available with your version of Adobe Acrobat or Adobe
Reader.
6. Select Properties and select the Paper/Output tab.
7. Click the Paper Select button.
8. If Tray 3 or Tray 4 is being used, then select Paper Settings for Auto Tray and choose
the appropriate paper type.
9. Select OK twice to return to the Properties screen.
10. Select the Advanced tab and select any Advanced Features.
11. Select OK to save and close the Properties window.
12. Select the desired copies/quantity and OK to print the job.
Note
For additional information, review your print driver documentation.
Network tab printing
Network printing on tabs using the PS print drivers
1. Load the tab stock in Tray 3, Tray 4, or Tray 5 (Bypass). Refer to Loading Tab Paper
in Trays in the Paper and Other Media chapter.
2. From your computer, open the document you want to print.
3. Select File > Print.
4. Select the desired printer.
5. Select Properties.
6. Select the Paper/Output tab.
7. Select the appropriate Paper Tray, Paper Size, and Paper Type (Select Tab Stock if
using the Tray 5 manual tray, otherwise select Printer Default Type).
8. Select the Advanced tab and select Advanced Features.
9. Select Shift tab from the Tab Margin Shift feature.
10. Set the desired shift margin.
11. Select OK to save and close the Tab Margin Shift window.
12. Select OK to save and close the Properties window.
13. Select the desired copies/quantity and OK to print the job.
Note
For additional information, review your print driver documentation.
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Network printing on tabs using the PCL print drivers
1. Load the tab stock in Tray 3, Tray 4, or Tray 5 (Bypass). Refer to Loading Tab Paper
in Trays in the Paper and Other Media chapter.
2. From your computer, open the document you want to print.
3. Select File > Print.
4. Select the desired printer.
5. Ensure that Auto-Rotate and Center and Choose Paper Source by PDF page size
are unchecked.
Note
These options may not be available with your version of Adobe Acrobat or Adobe
Reader.
6. Select Properties and select the Paper/Output tab.
7. Click the Paper Select button.
8. If Tray 3 or Tray 4 is being used for the tab stock, then select Paper Settings for Auto
Tray and choose Tab Stock for the paper type.
9. If Tray 5 (Bypass) is being used for the tab stock, then select Tray 5 (Bypass) Settings
and choose Tab Stock for the paper type.
10. Select OK twice to return to the Properties screen.
11. Select the Advanced tab and select the Tab Margin Shift item.
12. From the Tab Margin Shift pull-down menu, select the Shift Tab option.
13. Set the desired Tab margin Shift.
14. Select OK to save and close the Tab Margin Shift window.
15. Select OK to save and close the Properties window.
16. Select the desired copies/quantity and OK to print the job.
Note
For additional information, review your print driver documentation.
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Job Status
Job Status overview
The Job Status feature allows the user to check active, pending, and completed jobs.
The ability to cancel printing or print pending-print jobs is also available from Job Status.
Active Jobs
The Active Jobs tab allows you to check or cancel current or pending jobs.
1. Select Job Status from the Control Panel.
2. Select Active Jobs.
3. From the View pull-down menu, select the desired jobs to be viewed. You can select:
• All Jobs
• Printer and Print from Folder Jobs
• Scan and Internet Fax Jobs
• Job Flow and File Transfer Jobs
4. From the displayed list, select the applicable job to view.
5. Use the up and down buttons to navigate the list.
6. If required, select Display Time to show the time required to process the selected
job.
7. To delete a job or change the execution order, select a job from the list.
8. Select Delete or Promote from the pop-up menu.
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Completed Jobs
The Completed Jobs tab allows you to check that a print job has been completed
successfully.
1. Select Job Status from the Control Panel.
2. Select Active Jobs.
3. From the View pull-down menu, select the desired jobs to be viewed. You can select:
• All Jobs
• Printer and Print from Folder Jobs
• Scan and Internet Fax Jobs
• Job Flow and File Transfer Jobs
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6.
7.
From the displayed list, select the applicable job to view.
Use the up and down buttons to navigate the list.
Select a job and the Print Job details will display.
Select Print this Job History Report or Print this Report if a report is desired.
Secure Print Jobs & More tab
This tab allows you to print confidential documents.
1. Press the Job Status button.
2. Select the Secure Print Jobs & More tab.
3. Select the applicable feature:
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Secure Print
Sample Set
Delayed Print
Charge Print
4. Continue to the applicable procedure for instructions on that feature.
Secure Print
Use this feature to print secure documents with a pass code.
1. Press the Job Status button.
2. Select the Secure Print Jobs & More tab.
3. Select the Secure Print. The Secure Print screen is displayed.
4. Select Refresh to display the latest updated information. Use the up or down buttons
to navigate the list.
5. From the displayed list, select the applicable user.
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6. Select Job List.
7. Use the keypad on the control panel to enter the passcode.
8. Select Confirm.
If no password code is set, the Passcode screen does not appear.
9. Use the up or down buttons to navigate the document list.
10. Select the document to print or delete.
11. If deleting a document, select Delete. Select Yes to confirm the deletion. The
document is deleted.
12. If printing a document, perform the following:
a) Using the numeric keypad, enter the number of copies to print.
b) Select Print.
c) Select what to do with the document after printing:
• Print and Delete: Starts printing the document. After printing, the document
is removed.
• Cancel: Cancels the printing of the document.
Sample Set
This feature allows you to print one set for review before printing the entire job set.
1. Press the Job Status button.
2. Select the Secure Print Jobs & More tab.
3. Select Sample Set.
The Sample Set screen is displayed.
4. Select Refresh to display the latest updated information.
Use the up or down buttons to navigate the list.
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6.
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8.
From the displayed list, select the applicable user.
Select Job List.
Select the document to print or delete.
If deleting a document, select Delete.
Select Yes to confirm the deletion. The document is deleted.
9. If printing a document, perform the following:
a) Using the numeric keypad, enter the number of copies to print.
b) Select Print.
A screen is displayed stating that the job will be deleted after printing and asking
if you still want to print the job.
c) Select Yes or No to continue printing the job.
Delayed Print
This feature allows you to print a job at a specified time and then delete the job.
1. Press the Job Status button.
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2. Select Secure Print Jobs & More tab.
3. Select the Delayed Print. The Delayed Print screen is displayed.
4. Select Refresh to display the latest updated information. Use the up or down buttons
to navigate the list.
5. From the displayed list, select the document to print at a specified time or the delayed
print job to delete.
6. If deleting a document, select Delete. Select Yes to confirm the deletion. The
document is deleted.
7. If printing a document, perform the following:
a) Select Print.
A screen is displayed stating that the job will be deleted after printing and asking
if you still want to print the job.
b) Select Yes or No to continue printing the job.
Charge Print
The Charge Print feature allows you to print or delete documents stored for each billing
user ID.
1. Press the Job Staus button on the Control Panel.
2. From the Secure Print Jobs & More tab, select Charge Print...
3. Select Refresh to display the latest updated information.
4. Use the up or down button to navigate the list. If you know the exact number of the
document in the list, you can specify it directly with the numeric keypad, from the
Go to box.
5. Select the needed billing user ID.
6. Select Job List. The Password screen is displayed.
7. Enter the passcode and select Confirm.
8. Select a document to print or delete from the displayed list.
9. Select the required option.
10. When finished, select Close.
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Machine Status
Press the Machine Status button on the UI control panel to access the Machine Status
information and features.
The Machine Status button is used to access machine status information and features:
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Machine information
Faults
Supplies
Billing information
Tools
Machine Information tab
Machine Information provides general information about the copier/printer and has
buttons that allow the user to view details that apply to the machine and to access other
machine information features.
Paper Tray Status
Select the Paper Tray Status button to view the current status information for each
paper tray.
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Machine Configuration
Select the Machine Configuration button to display a list of the various hardware
components and options that are available on the machine. The list also displays the
status of each of these components and options. Hardware components and options
include the document feeder, paper trays, and any optional feeding and finishing
devices attached to the machine.
Machine Serial Number
The Machine Serial Number is displayed in the General Information area on the Machine
Information tab. Use this number when calling Xerox for technical information or
assistance.
Current System Software
The version of the system software that is currently installed on the machine is displayed
under the Current System Software title.
Software Version
Select the Software Version button to display a list of the software versions for the
various machine components, such as the print engine, the Controller ROM (Read Only
Memory), and any optional feeding and finishing devices.
Print Reports
The Print Reports button must be enabled by the system administrator before reports
can be printed. Some features on the Print Reports screen are only available in the
system administrator mode.
To print a report, select the Various Report button to identify the desired report criteria
and then press Start.
Note
The type of reports available varies depending on machine configuration.
Maintenance Assistant
Select Maintenance Assistant to send the diagnostic information of the machine.
Overwrite Hard Disk
The Overwrite Hard Disk feature prevents the document image and registered data
that is recorded on the machine hard disk from being illegally retrieved. The number
of overwrites is set by the system administrator.
Overwriting the machine hard disk is performed after every copy job that includes more
than one set, and after each scan job is transferred to the print server. The Standby
status indicates the completion of the overwriting process.
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Print Mode
Select Print Mode to identify the current printing mode of the printer. Select Off-Line
or On-Line. Select one of the following:
PCL Emulation: Select Item Number and enter the number using the numeric keypad.
Select the current value and select Confirm.
PDF Select Programming: Select Item Number and enter the number using the numeric
keypad. Select the current value and select Confirm. Select a Password to save. Enter
the password and select Save.
HP-GL/2 Emulation: Select this to retrieve programming. Select Factory Defaults or
Custom Settings and select a job. Select Programming and select the item number.
Select Store/Delete Programming and select a job. Either Store the Current Selections
or Delete. Select Default Programming and select either Factory Defaults or Custom
Settings.
Faults tab
The Faults tab provides access to fault information and error messages. Access to this
tab is by pressing the Machine Status button on the control panel and selecting the
Fault tab on the UI.
Current Faults
If there are any current faults affecting the machine, select the Current Faults button
to view a list those faults. From the Current Faults screen, select a fault to view
instructions on how to fix the error.
Current Messages
Select the Current Messages button on the Faults tab to view a list of current machine
messages. These messages indicate actions that need to be taken to continue or resume
the proper operation of the machine.
Fault History
Select the Fault History button to display a list of past fault codes. This information
can be used to diagnose and solve machine problems.
Supplies tab
The Supplies tab provides status information about the customer replaceable units
(CRUs) that are used in the machine.
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To access supplies information, press the Machine Status button on the control panel
and then select the Supplies tab from the Machine Status screen.
Each Customer Replaceable Unit and status is displayed.
Billing Information tab
Accessing Billing Information
1. Press the Machine Status button on the control panel.
2. Select the Billing Information tab.
Billing meters/usage counters
The Billing Information feature displays the total number of prints/copies made by the
machine and also allows the user to view specific billing meter/usage counter information.
The main Billing Information screen displays:
• The Machine Serial Number
• Total Impressions: This is the total number of prints/copies made on the machine.
• The Usage Counters button
Usage Counters
Select the Usage Counters button to view individual counters and their current count
status.
From the drop-down list you can select the desired counter to view:
• Impression Counters
• Sheet Counters
• Image Sent Counters
• All Usage Counters
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Impression Counters
This view displays the total impression amount. In other words, impression is the image
on one side of one sheet of media. This counter shows the total impression amount
for copied and printed impressions and for large impressions.
• Black Copied Impressions: This number represents the total number of impressions
for all black/white copied/scanned jobs.
• Black Print Impressions: This number represents the total number of impressions for
all black/white network print jobs (sent from the user’s computer to the printer).
• Large Impressions: These impressions are one side of one sheet of a large document
(such as 11 x17 in./A3). Large Impressions are any documents/originals/prints that
are larger than 8.5 x14 in./B4.
Sheet Counters
This view provides information on the total number of sheets the machine feeds to
the output area. Each sheet counts as one click on the counter (regardless of whether
it is a one-sided or two-sided copy/print job).
Images Sent Counters
This view provides information on the total amounts for internet fax images, email
images, and network scanned images.
All Usage Counters
This view provides a complete total of all the counters, including the totals from the
Impression Counters, Sheet Counters, and Images Sent Counters.
User Account Billing Information
Note
This feature is available only if the Accounting feature is enabled. For more information
on the Accounting feature, refer to the System Administration Guide.
When the Accounting feature is enabled by the system administrator, the User Account
Billing Information button is displayed on the Billing Information screen. By selecting
the User Account Billing Information button, the following information then is displayed:
• The billing information of the currently logged-in user, including copy and scan jobs
• By selecting either Meter (Copy Jobs) or Meter (Scan Jobs), the following information
then is displayed:
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Usage amount for this session
Total usage
Account Limit (set by the system administrator)
Available Balance (remaining unused amount for the account)
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Tools tab
Regular users have limited access to some of the features on the Tools tab.
Stored Programming
When available to the user, this feature enhances productivity by saving a series of
programming steps and assigning them to a specified Stored Programming option.
Stored programs save frequently used features and job settings which can be accessed
using a shortcut button. Stored Programming not only remembers feature settings,
but it can record a series of operations. This enables the user to record the hierarchy
of displayed screens for each step. For example, Stored Programming can record the
following actions: press the Machine Status button, and display the Print Reports
screen to print reports.
Note
This feature is available only if the system administrator has created and saved stored
programs.
Add Address Book Entry
Select to add Address and Recipient Information. To add, select an available entry and
enter the information. To view an entry, select the entry and the information will
automatically display.
Paper Tray Attributes
The Paper Tray Attributes feature allows the user to change the attributes of a paper
tray, including size, type, and weight.
Note
The Paper Tray Attributes feature appears on the Tools tab only if the system
administrator has made it available to users.
Changing the paper tray attributes
Press the Machine Status button on the control panel.
Access the Tools tab on the UI.
Select Paper Tray Attributes on the Tools tab.
Select a tray.
Select Change Settings.
If the settings are correct, select Confirm or select Change Settings.
If necessary, make the required changes to the tray settings (such as weight, type,
and size).
8. Select Save.
The previous screen is displayed.
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2.
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4.
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9. Select Confirm.
The Paper Tray Attributes screen is displayed.
10. Select Close.
The main Tools screen is displayed.
11. Press the Services button on the control panel to return to the main Copy screen.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the machine
Read and adhere to the following information when cleaning the machine:
• Before you start to clean the machine, be sure to switch off the power and unplug
the machine. Cleaning the machine without switching off the power may cause an
electric shock.
• Do not use benzene, paint thinner, other volatile liquids, or spray insect repellent on
the machine as doing so may discolor, deform, or crack covers.
• Cleaning the machine with an excessive amount of water may cause the machine
to malfunction and/or damage documents during copying.
• Document feeder, cover, and glass information:
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The document cover is the flat, white surface on the underside of the DADF that
holds the document in place on the document glass.
It is recommended that you clean all components of the document cover and
document glass at the same time. These components consist of the document
cover, the document (platen) glass, and the second-side scanning lens assembly.
Cleaning the document cover and glass on a regular basis is important to
providing the best image quality possible on your printed or copy output. If the
document cover and document glass are dirty, spots may appear on copies and
the machine may not properly detect document sizes.
Perform the cleaning procedure for the document cover and document glass if
you receive this message, The Scanner may be dirty; see User Guide or label
instructions on the Document Feeder to wipe the scanning glass.
The document (or platen) glass consists of two parts: the document glass itself
and the glass strip. The document glass is the glass on which you place your
document in order to copy it. The glass strip is an approximately one-inch wide
strip of glass located to the left the document glass.
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Cleaning the exterior
1. Wipe the exterior with a soft cloth moistened with water. If dirt is difficult to remove,
try gently wiping with a soft cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral detergent.
2. Wipe off any excess water from the exterior with a soft cloth.
Cleaning the document cover and glass
1. Cleaning the document cover
a) Raise the document feeder.
b) To remove dirt, wipe the document cover with a soft cloth moistened with water
and then wipe it dry with a soft cloth. If dirt is difficult to remove, try gently wiping
with a soft cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral detergent.
2. Cleaning the document (platen) glass
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a) To remove dirt, wipe the document glass with a soft cloth moistened with water
and then wipe it dry with a soft cloth. If dirt is difficult to remove, try gently wiping
with a soft cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral detergent.
Caution
Do not press heavily on the document glass to avoid damaging the glass surface.
3. Cleaning the second-side scanning lens assembly
a) The second-side scanning lens assembly is located along the left side of the
document cover. The assembly consists of the mirrored-glass strip, a metal strip,
a white-plastic strip, and rollers. All parts of the assembly must be cleaned to
ensure the best image quality when making copies.
b) With the document feeder open, pull the lever that is located at the top of the
document cover.
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Part of the document cover pulls away from the assembly, which allows better
access to the second-side scanning lens assembly.
c) To remove dirt, wipe the mirrored glass, metal strip, both sides of the white-plastic
strip, and the rollers with a soft cloth moistened with water, and then wipe it dry
with a soft cloth.
Caution
Do not press heavily on the mirrored glass as this will result in damage to the film
around the glass surface.
Note
If dirt is difficult to remove, try gently wiping with a soft cloth moistened with a
small amount of neutral detergent.
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4. Once the second-side scanning assembly is clean, return the document cover to its
original position and ensure that the lever is locked in place.
If you touch the document cover with your bare hands, wipe it clean before closing
the document feeder.
5. Gently close the document feeder.
Cleaning the document feeder rollers
1. Gently lift the latch of the document feeder top cover until it is open completely in
a fixed position.
2. While turning the rollers, gently clean them with a soft cloth moistened with water.
Caution
Use a cloth that has been thoroughly wrung to prevent drops of water falling into
the machine. Drops of water on internal components may cause a malfunction.
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If dirt is difficult to remove, try gently wiping with a soft cloth moistened with a small
amount of neutral detergent.
3. Close the top cover of the document feeder until you hear it click into place.
4. Close the left cover of the document feeder until you hear it click into place.
Cleaning the Fuser Stripper Fingers
Note
It is recommended to read through all of the installation instructions before performing
this procedure.
Note
It is recommended to perform this operation prior to powering up the machine for the
day. However, if it is necessary to perform it during the day, to avoid injury, wait
approximately 50 minutes from the time the machine is powered off to allow the machine
to cool down.
Fuser oil can cause irritation upon contact with the eye. Make sure to wash your hands
thoroughly with soap and water after completing this procedure. Be careful not to touch
other areas of the machine after servicing the Fuser area.
1.
2.
Make sure that the machine has stopped copying / printing, and then power the
machine off.
Allow the machine to cool for approximately 50 minutes.
3.
Open the front door.
4.
Move handle 2 to the right and down to the unlocked position.
5.
Pull the drawer out until it stops.
6.
Lift the 2c handle.
7.
Carefully clean the six yellow stripper fingers with a clean, dry, lint free cloth by using
a pinching grip between your finger and thumb to wipe the underside of the stripper
fingers.
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8.
Return the 2c handle to its original position.
9.
Clean the input baffles to the Transfer and Fuser.
10. Wipe the Fuser input baffle.
11. Wipe the Transfer input baffle.
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12. Grasp handle 2, push in on the drawer, and then move the handle to the left and
up to the locked position.
13. Close the front door.
Replacing consumable supplies
Ordering supplies
Xerox supplies, paper, and throughput material can be ordered from Xerox by going to
www.xerox.com and clicking on either the Contact Us link for specific contact
information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on the Supplies and
entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family and model type).
Store supply items and Xerox parts in their original packages in a convenient location.
Note
Always refer to www.xerox.com for the latest Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs) part
numbers.
The following items are consumables for this machine. It is recommended that you have
a supply of these items available to eliminate downtime when they need to be replaced.
Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs)
• Black Toner Cartridge; reorder quantity: 1/box
• Toner Waste Bottle; reorder quantity: 1/box
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Checking the status of CRUs
Check the status of consumables by using the Supplies tab.
• The status of consumables is indicated by Ready, Order New, Replace Now, or other
indications.
• An indication from 0 to 100% displays the remaining amount of toner.
The machine UI will indicate when it is time to order and/or install a Customer
Replaceable Unit (CRU). With some CRUs, the UI indicates that the machine may
continue to run copy or print jobs without immediately replacing the CRU. When it is
time to replace it, a message appears on the UI, and the machine stops running.
Always recycle/dispose the used CRU according to the disposal instructions supplied
with the new CRU.
Note
If image quality (IQ) issues are on the output, refer to the problem solving chapter of
the user guide for specific IQ problems and their related corrective actions.
Replacing the toner cartridge
Warning
Replace a toner cartridge while the machine is ON. Before replacing a cartridge, ensure
that the machine is given time to cool down. Failure to do so may result in burns to the
skin if certain parts of the machine are touched.
1. Open the left cover of the machine.
2. Lay paper on the floor before removing the cartridge. This will allow any excess toner
to fall on the paper.
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3. Grash the handle of the toner cartridge.
4. Pull out the toner cartridge slowly (1), while holding the bottom of the cartridge with
one hand (2).
5. Dispose the old toner cartridge as normal office waste or recycle the cartridge.
6. Remove the new cartridge from the box and shake if from side to side to even out
the toner inside.
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7. Hold the cartridge with the arrow mark facing up.
8. Push the cartridge in slowly until it stops.
9. Close the toner cover. If the cover does not close completely, make sure the cartridge
is in the lock position and is installed into the appropriate toner location.
Caution
Never use a vacuum cleaner when cleaning up spilled toner. It can cause a small
explosion as the toner fills the vacuum cleaner and creates sparks. Use a broom,
brush, or a cloth moistened with a neutral detergent.
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Replacing the toner waste container
A message displays on the UI when the toner waste container is full. If you continue
copying or printing without replacing it, the machine stops after copying or printing
(approximately 18,000 sheets).
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped copying/printing, then open the front cover
on the machine.
2. Open the toner waste container cover and push the lever down.
3. Grasp the handle of the toner waste container with one hand, and pull it out of the
machine about half way.
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4. With the other hand, grasp the top, middle part of the bottle, and then using both
hands, pull the entire container out of the machine.
5. Hold the used container firmly with both hands and put it into the plastic bag, which
is provided with the new container. Close the bag and dispose of the container
according to your local regulations.
6. Remove the new container from its packaging.
7. Do not grip the container handle. Grasp the top, middle part of the new container
and slide it into the machine until it snaps into position.
8. Close the toner waste container cover.
9. Close the front cover.
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A message displays and the machine will not operate if the front cover is open even
slightly.
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Problem solving
Paper jams
If a paper jam occurs, a fault screen displays a message on the UI indicating in which
area the jam is situated. Follow the instructions provided for clearing the jam and
resuming machine operation.
Information about paper jams
Review the following list to address paper jams:
• When paper jams inside the machine, the machine stops and an alarm sounds.
• Follow the instructions displayed on the controller to remove the jammed paper.
• Gently remove the paper taking care not to tear it. If paper is torn, be sure to remove
all torn pieces.
• If a piece of jammed paper remains inside the machine, the paper jam message will
remain on the display.
• Paper jams can be removed with the machine still powered on. When the power is
turned off, all information stored to the machine's memory will be erased.
• Do not touch components inside the machine. This can cause print defects.
• After clearing a paper jam, printing is automatically resumed from the state before
the paper jam occurred.
• If a paper jam occurred during copying, press the Start button. Copying is resumed
from the state before the paper jam occurred.
Warning
When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of jammed paper are left in
the machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a piece of
paper is stuck in a hidden area or paper is wrapped around the fuser unit or rollers, do
not remove it forcefully. You can get injured or burned. Switch off the machine
immediately and contact the Customer Support Center.
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Lower left cover jams
Note
This procedure shows how to clear a jam without either the optional HCF (Trays 6/7) or
optional OHCF (Trays 6/7) being present. If you have either an HCF or an OHCF, open
the front cover to optional Trays 6/7 to access this area.
1. Open the lower left cover
2. Remove the jammed paper.
3. Close the lower left cover.
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Paper jams in the Bypass (Tray 5)
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small, ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with any copy/print jobs.
1. Remove the jammed paper and any paper that is loaded from the Bypass tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
2. Open the tray cover and remove jammed paper.
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3. Close the tray cover.
4. Reload paper into the tray and resume copying/printing.
Envelope jams in the Bypass tray
Note
Envelopes can be fed only from the Bypass tray. Check that the envelopes are within
specification.
Carefully read and adhere to the following guidelines when using envelopes in the Bypass
Tray:
• Always ensure that the Bypass tray guides are against the edges of the envelopes.
• Check that the attributes of the paper tray are set correctly.
• Some wrinkle is expected on the back of the fed envelope.
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Paper jams in Trays 1-4
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Pull out the tray where the paper jam occurred.
Note
To avoid tearing paper, review where the paper jam occurred before pulling out a
tray. Torn paper remaining inside the machine can cause machine malfunction.
2. Remove the jammed paper and any torn pieces.
3. Push the tray in gently until it comes to a stop.
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Paper jams in transport unit 4
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing before opening the front cover.
2. Pull out Tray 1.
3. Pull out Transport Unit 4. Tray 2 will come out as you pull out transport unit 4.
4. Lift up lever 4a and then remove the jammed paper.
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Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
5. Return lever 4a to the original position.
6. Push Tray 2 in gently until it comes to a stop. Transport unit 4 will be inserted
simultaneously.
7. Push Tray 1 in gently until it comes to a stop.
8. Close the front cover completely. The machine will not operate if the front cover is
open even slightly.
Paper jams in duplex module 3
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing before opening the front cover.
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2. Pull out duplex module 3.
3. Move the release lever 3a to remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Move lever 3b to the right and then remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
5. Push the duplex module in gently until it comes to a stop.
6. Return all levers to their starting positions.
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7. Close the front cover completely. The machine will not operate if the front cover is
open even slightly.
Paper jams inside the main unit
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
Warning
Never touch a labeled area (found on the fuser unit or nearby) indicating High
Temperature and Caution. Contact can lead to burns.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing before opening the front cover.
2. Turn the green lever at the center of the transfer module to the right until it is in the
horizontal position and then pull the transfer module out to the end.
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3. Lift up lever 2b to remove jammed paper. Then turn knob 2a to remove jammed
paper.
4. If paper is jammed at the top of the transfer module or inside the fuser unit, remove
the paper by pulling it out toward the left. If the paper cannot be removed, lift up
the lever 2c and then try removing it
5. Lift up the lever 2c as necessary, shift the lever 2d, and then remove the jammed
paper.
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6. Turn the knob 2f as necessary and then remove the jammed paper.
7. Shift lever 3b on the right of the fuser unit as necessary and then remove the jammed
paper.
If the jammed paper remains inside and it is difficult to remove, pull out the duplex
module after returning the transfer module to the original position. Then try again.
8. Insert the transfer module completely and turn the green lever 2 to the left.
Note
If the lever cannot be turned, pull the transfer module to the middle and insert it
again.
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9. Close the front cover completely. The machine will not operate if the front cover is
open even slightly.
Fault codes
Fault code
Cause and Remedy
002-770
Cause: Unable to process job template due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
003-750
Cause: Unable to store any documents with 2 Sided Book Copy feature.
Remedy: Check the 2 Sided Book Copy settings.
003-751
Cause: The machine is unable to process size, because the specified document
area is too small.
Remedy: Increase resolution or scan area size.
003-753
Cause: The selected resolution was too large for scanning mixed size originals
using document feeder.
Remedy: Decrease Scan Resolution to 200dpi or less, and rescan.
003-754
Cause: An error occurred in the document scanner.
Remedy: Reprocess the job.
003-755
Cause: An error occurred in the document scanner.
Remedy: Reprocess the job.
003-760
Cause: An incompatible combination of features is specified in the document scan
conditions.
Remedy: Check the selected options.
003-761
Cause: The paper size of the tray selected for auto tray is different from the paper
size of the tray selected for Auto Repeat.
Remedy: Change the paper size for the tray, or change the Paper Type Priority
settings.
003-764
Cause: No document is scanned by Form Overlay.
Remedy: Prepare 2 documents or more.
003-795
Cause: When enlarging/reducing a scanned document to the specified paper size,
the reduction/enlargement ratio value exceeds the allowed range.
Remedy: Take one of the following actions:
Manually enter a reduction/enlargement ratio.
Change the paper size.
005-275
005-280
005-281
005-282
005-283
005-284
Cause: An error occurred in the document feeder.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. Contact the Customer Support Center.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-210
016-211
016-212
016-213
016-214
016-215
016-216
016-217
016-218
016-219
Cause: An error occurred in the software settings.
Remedy: Power-cycle the printer. Contact the Customer Support Center.
016-220
016-221
016-222
016-223
016-224
016-225
016-226
016-227
016-228
016-229
016-230
016-231
016-232
016-233
016-234
016-235
016-236
016-237
016-238
016-239
016-240
016-242
016-300
016-336
Cause: An error occurred in the document scanner.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. If the document scanner error is not corrected,
contact the Customer Support Center.
016-415
016-416
Cause: An error occurred in the machine.
Remedy: Power off/power on the machine. If the document scanner error is not
corrected, contact the Customer Support Center.
016-450
Cause: The SMB host name already exists.
Remedy: Change the host name.
For information about network settings, refer to the System Administration Guide.
016-453
016-454
Cause: Unable to retrieve IP address from DNS.
Remedy: Check the DNS configurations and IP address retrieve method.
For information about network settings, refer to the System Administration Guide.
016-503
Cause: Unable to resolve SMTP server name during E-mail send.
Remedy: Check that the SMTP server settings from CWIS are correct. Also, check
the DNS server settings.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-504
Cause: Unable to resolve POP3 server name during E-mail send.
Remedy: Check that the POP3 server settings from CWIS are correct. Check the
DNS server settings.
016-505
Cause: Unable to login to POP3 server during mail send.
Remedy: Check that the user name and password used in the POP3 server from
CWIS are correct.
016-506
Cause: An error occurred while running a job.
Remedy: Cancel the job and re-run it. If error continues, contact the Customer
Support Center.
016-701
Cause: PCL print data could not be processed due to insufficient memory.
Remedy: Reduce resolution, cancel 2 Sided printing or N up, and try to print again.
Refer to the online help for the print driver.
016-702
Cause: PCL print data could not be processed due to insufficient print page buffer.
Remedy: Take one of the following actions:
Set Print Mode to Speed Priority.
Use Ensure Print.
Increase the size of the print page buffer.
Add additional memory.
For information about print modes and print guarantees, refer to the online help
for the print driver.
For information about memory, refer to Allocate Memory in the System
Administration Guide.
016-703
Cause: Mail specifying a non-registered or invalid mailbox number was received.
Remedy: Take one of the following actions:
Request the sender to register the mailbox with the specified number.
Request the sender to send to a valid mailbox.
016-704
Cause: Documents stored in the mailbox have reached the hard disk capacity limit.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary documents from the mailbox, and save the
document.
016-705
Cause: Secure print documents cannot be registered because of hard disk
malfunction.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center.
016-706
Cause: The maximum number of Secure Print users has been exceeded and no
space is available on the hard disk.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary documents stored on the printer, and delete
unnecessary Secure Print users.
016-707
Cause: Unable to sample print because the feature expansion kit is not installed
or has malfunctioned.
Remedy: A feature expansion kit is needed to use the Sample Print feature. If the
kit is malfunctioning, contact the Customer Support Center.
016-708
Cause: Annotation is not possible due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
016-709
Cause: An error occurred during PCL processing.
Remedy: Retry printing.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-710
Cause: Delayed Print documents cannot be registered because of hard disk
malfunction.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center.
016-711
Cause: The configured maximum e-mail size has been exceeded.
Remedy: Take one of the following actions and resend the e-mail:
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Decrease document pages
Reduce the Scan Resolution
Reduce the Scan Magnification
Have the system administrator increase your Maximum Send E-mail Data Size
016-712
Refer to 003-751.
016-713
Cause: The password set to the mailbox and the inputted password were not in
agreement.
Remedy: Enter the correct password.
016-714
Cause: Specified mailbox does not exist.
Remedy: Create a mailbox or specify the existing mailbox.
016-716
Cause: Unable to spool TIFF file because of insufficient disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary documents and users stored on the printer and
then attach the hard disk. When attaching a hard disk, contact the Customer
Support Center.
016-718
Cause: PCL print data could not be processed as there was insufficient memory.
Remedy: Reduce resolution, cancel 2 Sided printing or N up, and retry printing.
016-719
Cause: PCL print data could not be processed as there was insufficient memory.
Remedy: Increase the size of the print page buffer.
016-720
Cause: The PCL print data included a command which cannot be processed.
Remedy: Confirm the print data and try to print again.
016-721
Cause: An error occurred during print processing. Probable causes are as follows:
1. Printing was instructed by Automatic Tray Selection when Paper Type Priority
is set to Automatic Tray switching Off for all paper in the Common Settings.
2. ESC/P command error
Remedy: For 1, when printing by Automatic Tray Selection, set one of the paper
types to a setting other than Automatic Tray Switching Off in Paper Type Priority.
For 2, check print data.
Refer to “Paper Type Priority” in the System Administration Guide.
016-722
Cause: Unsupported staple position is specified.
Remedy: Confirm the position, and specify the print data again.
016-723
Cause: Unsupported punch position is specified.
Remedy: Confirm the position, and specify the print data again.
016-728
Cause: An unsupported tag was included in the TIFF file.
Remedy: Check the print data.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-729
Cause: Unable to print because the number of colors/resolution of the TIFF file
exceeds the allowed range.
Remedy: Change the number of colors/resolution for the TIFF file, and specify the
print data again.
016-730
Cause: Detected a command not supported by ARTIV.
Remedy: Check the print data, remove the offending command, and try to print
again.
016-731
Cause: Unable to print TIFF data because it was interrupted.
Remedy: Retry printing.
016-732
Cause: Unable to use registered form specified by Emulation with host.
Remedy: Resend the form data.
016-733
Cause:
1.
2.
Unable to retrieve IP address from text on the right side of @ of an
address during E-mail send.
Unable to resolve Internet address on the right side of @ by DNS.
Remedy:
1.
2.
Check the mail address.
Check the DNS address.
016-735
Cause: Attempted to print Job Template List while updating the job template.
Remedy: Retry printing after waiting for a period.
016-738
Cause: Booklet Creation is not applied to the specified paper.
Remedy: Specify the printable paper size for booklet creation.
016-739
Cause: The specified document and paper size are an unauthorized combination.
Remedy: Specify the combination of the printable document and paper size for
booklet creation.
016-740
Cause: Booklet Creation is not applied to the specified paper tray.
Remedy: Specify the printable paper tray for booklet creation.
016-746
Cause: An unsupported feature is included in received PDF.
Remedy: Print using printer driver.
016-748
Cause: Printing is not possible due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Reduce the number of pages of print data, for example, by dividing up
the print data or printing one copy at a time when making multiple copies.
016-749
Cause: A PJL command syntax error occurred.
Remedy: Either confirm the print settings, or correct the PJL command.
016-755
Cause: Attempted to process PDF file which was specified to printing prohibited.
Remedy: Cancel the printing prohibited specification using Adobe Reader and try
to print again.
016-756
Cause: No permissions to use the service.
Remedy: Check with your System Administrator.
016-757
Cause: Password is incorrect.
Remedy: Enter the correct password.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-758
Cause: No Permissions to use service.
Remedy: Check with your Auditron Administrator.
016-759
Cause: Maximum number of pages for this service has been reached.
Remedy: Check with your Auditron Administrator.
016-760
Cause: An error occurred during PostScript processing.
Remedy: Take one of the following actions:
Set Print Mode to Speed Priority.
Increase PostScript memory.
For information about Print Modes, refer to the print driver's online help.
For information about memory, refer to “Allocate Memory” in the System
Administration Guide.
016-761
Cause: An error occurred during image processing.
Remedy: Set the Print Mode to Speed Priority and start printing again. If this does
not remedy the error, print in the Ensure Print mode.
016-762
Cause: A print language not installed on the machine was specified.
Remedy: In Specify Print Mode under Port Settings, specify a print language.
016-764
Cause: Could not connect to the SMTP server.
Remedy: Contact the SMTP Server Administrator.
016-765
Cause: Could not send mail as the hard disk on the SMTP server was full.
Remedy: Contact the SMTP Server Administrator.
016-766
Cause: An error occurred on the SMTP server.
Remedy: Contact the SMTP Server Administrator.
016-767
Cause: Could not send mail as the mail address was wrong.
Remedy: Check the mail address and transmit again.
016-768
Cause: Could not connect to the SMTP server as the mail address of the machine
was incorrect.
Remedy: Check the mail address of the machine.
016-769
Cause: The SMTP server does not support confirmation of mail distribution (DSN).
Remedy: Send mail without setting confirmation of mail distribution (DSN).
016-772
Cause: Unable to retrieve scan data repository address from the CentreWare scan
service.
Remedy: Check the DNS address or define the scan data repository address by its
IP address.
016-774
Cause: Compression conversion is not possible due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
016-775
Cause: Image conversion is not possible due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
016-776
Cause: An error occurred during image conversion processing.
Remedy: A portion of the data might have finished image conversion processing.
Check the data via CentreWare Internet Services.
Refer to “CentreWare Internet Services” in the System Administration Guide.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
016-777
Cause: A hard disk error occurred during image processing.
Remedy: The hard disk might be defective. When replacing a hard disk, contact
the Customer Support Center.
016-778
Cause: Conversion processing of scanned image was interrupted because of
insufficient disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
016-779
Cause: An error occurred during scanned image conversion processing.
Remedy: Retry scanning.
016-780
Cause: A hard disk error occurred during scanned image conversion processing.
Remedy: The hard disk might be defective. When replacing a hard disk, contact
the Customer Support Center.
016-786
Cause: When using the scan feature, hard disk capacity is insufficient for writing
to a file.
Remedy: Either remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk
space or initialize the hard disk.
016-788
Cause: Failed to load a file from the Web browser.
Remedy: Perform the following actions, and try again.
Reload the browser page
Restart the browser
Power-cycle the machine
016-792
Cause: Specified job history could not be acquired when printing Job Counter
Report
Remedy: Specified job history does not exist.
016-799
Cause: An illegal print parameter is included.
Remedy: Confirm the print data and option and specify the print data again.
021-750
021-751
021-770
021-771
021-772
Cause: During an inspection or maintenance request a transmission error occurred
and our Customer Support Center could not be contacted.
Remedy: Check that the phone lines are connected and try sending an inspection
or maintenance request again after a short time. If the error persists, contact the
Customer Support Center.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
024-340
024-341
024-342
024-343
024-344
024-345
024-346
024-347
024-348
024-349
024-350
024-351
024-352
024-353
024-354
024-355
024-356
024-357
024-358
024-359
024-360
024-361
024-362
024-363
024-364
024-365
024-366
024-367
024-368
024-367
024-370
024-371
024-372
024-373
024-374
024-375
Cause: A communication or initialization failure occurred.
Remedy: Power off/power on the machine. If the error is not corrected, contact
the Customer Support Center.
024-746
Cause: A feature (one of paper size, tray, output tray, or 2 sided printing) that is
incompatible with the specified paper quality has been specified.
Remedy: Check the print data.
024-747
Cause: An illegal print parameter combination was set. For example, a non-standard
size was specified and Tray Selection was set to Auto.
Remedy: Check the print data. In the above case, select Tray 5 (Bypass).
027-452
Cause: IP address already exists.
Remedy: Change the IP address.
For information about network settings, refer to the System Administration Guide.
027-500
Cause: Unable to resolve SMTP server name during answer E-mail send.
Remedy: Check that the SMTP server settings from CWIS are correct.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
027-501
Cause: Unable to resolve POP3 server name when using POP3 protocol.
Remedy: Check that the POP3 server settings from CWIS are correct.
027-502
Cause: Unable to login to POP3 server when using POP3 protocol.
Remedy: Check that the user name and password used in the POP3 server from
CWIS are correct.
027-720
Cause: Unable to find the server of an application interface destination.
Remedy: Check DNS server application or check whether an application interface
installed on the computer is registered by DNS server or not.
027-721
Cause: An application interface destination does not exist.
Remedy: Check whether an interfaced application operates correctly.
027-722
Cause: The job was timed out during connection with an application interface
destination. An application linkage destination does not exist.
Remedy: Try to process the job flow.
027-724
Cause: An application interface destination could not be accessed.
Remedy: Check whether an interfaced application operates correctly. When it is
operating, check the log. When it is not operating, check the network environments.
027-725
Cause: A job operation failed using an application interface.
Remedy: Check whether an application linked operates correctly. When it is
operating, check the log. When it is not operating, check the network environments.
027-726
Cause: The job status is unclear during an application interface.
Remedy: Check whether an application linked operates correctly. When it is
operating, check the log. When it is not operating, check the network environments.
027-727
Cause: A parameter is illegal during an application interface.
Remedy: Try to process the job flow.
027-737
Cause: An error occurred while reading data from the job template pool server.
Remedy: Check to see whether you have privileges for the directory storing the
job template.
027-739
Cause: Unable to find the specified job template server.
Remedy: Check the path name for the job template server.
027-740
Cause: Unable to login to job template server.
Remedy: Check the login user name and password.
027-741
Cause: Unable to connect to job template server.
Remedy: Have the network administrator check the network and server
environments.
027-742
Cause: Unable to store job template due to insufficient hard disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
027-743
Cause: The specified job template server is incorrect.
Remedy: Check the settings for the job template server.
027-744
Cause: There is a problem in the domain name of the job template server.
Remedy: Make sure that the DNS server connection and the domain name are
registered to the DNS server.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
027-745
Cause: The address of the DNS server is not registered on the machine.
Remedy: Either register the address of the DNS server on the machine or set the
address of the job template server by an IP address.
027-746
Cause: The specified job template pool server protocol settings are incorrect.
Remedy: Set up the correct port.
027-750
Cause: Attempted to command a print job to a scanned document.
Remedy: Scanned document cannot be printed. Configure the job flow correctly.
027-751
Cause: When following the job flow, an error occurred.
Remedy: Check the settings for the job flow.
027-752
Cause: In a job flow, a job start was specified before a required item was input.
Remedy: Configure a default to input the required item in the job flow or change
the job flow to have the required item link to the mailbox.
027-753
Cause: The necessary port for the job flow is either not enabled or is unavailable.
Remedy: Have your System Administrator check the port status.
027-770
Cause: PDL (Printer Description Language) error detected by the controller while
processing a network print job.
Remedy: Cancel and resend the print job. If problem continues, reboot both the
controller and the printer and resend job. If the problem persists, call the Customer
Support Centre for further help/instructions.
027-771
Cause: Disk full error message on the controller.
Remedy: Cancel job. Delete unwanted files from the controller. Resend the network
print job.
027-796
Cause: When the machine is configured to only print attached documents when
received by mail, a message with no attachments is discarded upon receipt.
Remedy: To print the mail body or header information as well, change settings in
the CentreWare Internet Services Properties screen.
Refer to “E-mail Print” in the System Administration Guide.
027-797
Cause: Invalid received mail output destination.
Remedy: Specify a correct output destination and send the mail again.
062-277
Cause: A communications error occurred between the document scan unit and
the document feeder.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center.
062-790
Cause: The scanned document is copy-protected.
Remedy: Refer to the Safety Guide, and check to see if the document can be
copied.
065-210
Cause: An error occurred with the machine.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center.
071-210
Cause: Paper Tray 1 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center. Trays other than Paper Tray 1
can be used.
072-210
Cause: Paper Tray 2 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center. Trays other than Paper Tray 2
can be used.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
073-210
Cause: Paper Tray 3 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center. Trays other than Paper Tray 3
can be used.
074-210
Cause: Paper Tray 4 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center. Trays other than Paper Tray 4
can be used.
075-210
075-211
Cause: Paper Tray 5 (bypass) malfunctioned.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. If the tray error is not fixed by performing the
relevant remedy, contact the Customer Support Center.
077-142
Cause: A “Pretransfer sensor ON” indicates a jam; this jam may be caused by any
of the following conditions: An error by the Pretransfer sensor, a worn fuser roll,
foreign material (such as paper) in the machine, or using media stock that is not
supported by the machine.
Remedy: Clear jammed paper.
078-213
078-214
078-282
078-283
Cause: Paper Tray 5 (Bypass) malfunctioned.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. If the tray errors are not fixed by performing
the relevant remedy, contact the Customer Support Center.
078-281
Check the paper loaded in Tray 5 and then power off/on the printer.
078-282
Power off/on the printer.
091-311
Cause: Charge Corotron cleaner failure.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. If the error is not fixed by performing the
relevant remedy, contact the Customer Support Center.
091-320
Cause: Charge Corotron fault.
Remedy: Power off/on the machine.
116-701
Cause: 2 sided print could not be made.
Remedy: Print each side separately.
116-702
Cause: Printing was performed using a substitute font.
Remedy: Check the print data.
116-703
Cause: An error occurred during PostScript processing.
Remedy: Either confirm the print data or click Spool Settings on the Details tab in
the print driver to set bi-directional communications to off.
116-710
Cause: A probable cause is that the correct document size could not be judged as
the receive data exceeded the HP-GL/2 spool size.
Remedy: Increase the size assigned to HP-GL/2 auto-layout memory.
116-713
Cause: Job was divided and printed due to insufficient disk space.
Remedy: Remove unnecessary data from the hard disk to increase free disk space.
116-714
Cause: An HP-GL/2 command error occurred.
Remedy: Check the print data.
116-720
Cause: An error occurred during printing as there was insufficient memory.
Remedy: Stop unnecessary ports and remove unnecessary data from the hard disk
to increase free disk space.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
116-740
Cause: Numerical value operation error occurred as a value exceeding the value
limit of the printer was used in the print data.
Remedy: Check the print data.
116-747
Cause: There are too many paper margin values for the HP-GL/2 effective
coordinate area.
Remedy: Reduce the paper margin values, and instruct it to print again.
116-748
Cause: There is no plot data in the HP-GL/2 print data.
Remedy: Check the print data.
116-749
Cause: Job cancelled because the specified font was unavailable.
Remedy: Install the font or set up a font replacement on the print driver side.
116-771
116-772
116-773
116-774
116-775
116-776
116-777
116-778
116-790
Cause: There was a problem with parameters in the JBIG data. They were
automatically edited.
Remedy: If any problem occurs in job result, try to process the job again.
116-780
Cause: There is a problem with the document attached to the received mail.
Remedy: Check the attached document.
124-345
124-346
124-347
124-348
124-349
Cause: A malfunction occurred in the machine.
Remedy: Power-cycle the machine. If the machine error is not fixed by performing
the relevant remedy, contact the Customer Support Center.
127-210
Cause: Communication error between the printer and the controller. Error detected
by the printer.
Remedy: Remove and reinsert the cable connection between the printer and the
controller. Power off and on both the printer and the controller. If the problem
persists, call the Customer Support Center.
127-211
Cause: Detected a communication error between the printer and the controller.
Remedy: Remove and reinsert the cable connection between the printer and the
controller. Power off and on both the printer and the controller. If the problem
persists, call the Customer Support Center.
127-212
Cause: Detected an internal print check error by the controller.
Remedy: Remove and reinsert the command/video cable between the controller
and the printer. Power off and on both the printer and the controller. If the problem
persists, call the Customer Support Center.
127-213
Cause: Detected a mismatch with the software version of the controller.
Remedy: Contact the Customer Support Center for information and/or instructions
to remedy the problem.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
127-220
Cause: Detected a communication error of the video system by the controller.
Remedy: Remove and reinsert the cable connection between the printer and the
controller. Power off and on both the printer and the controller. If the problem
persists, call the Customer Support Center.
127-221
Cause: Detected a communication error by the controller.
Remedy: Remove and reinsert the cable connection between the printer and the
controller. Power off and on both the printer and the controller. If the problem
persists, call the Customer Support Center.
127-311
Cause: Detected a fatal error by the controller.
Remedy: Power on/off both the controller and the printer. If the problem persists,
contact the Customer Support Center.
Remedies are described in this section for situations in which the following messages
are displayed.
Fault Code
Message
Cause and Remedy
A malfunction occurred. Cause: An error occurred.
Power-cycle the machine. Remedy: Turn off the power, wait until the Control Panel display
(xxx-yyy)
goes dark and then turn on power again. If the message persists,
record the displayed contents for (xxx-yyy). Switch off the machine
immediately, wait for the Control Panel display to go dark and
contact the Customer Support Center.
Completed with an error. Cause: An error occurred and the job completed.
(xxx-yyy)
Remedy: Retry operation after waiting for a period.
A fault has occurred. The
machine has rebooted.
Select Close. When in
doubt, report the
malfunction to our Call
Center.
(xxx-yyy)
Cause: An auto-recoverable internal error occurred and the machine
restarted automatically.
Remedy: Select the Close button. The machine is operating normally
now. If the error persists, call or contact the Customer Support Center.
Machine troubleshooting
Basic troubleshooting
Check the machine status for machine troubleshooting.
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Warning
Precision components and high-voltage power supplies are used on the machine. Never
open or remove machine covers that are screwed shut unless specifically instructed in
the User Guide. A high-voltage component can cause electric shocks. When opening the
panels and covers that are screwed shut to install or detach optional accessories, be sure
to follow instructions in the User Guide. Do not try to alter the machine configuration
or modify any parts. Doing so might cause machine malfunction or fire.
Symptoms
Check
Remedy
Power is not
switched ON.
Is the power switch on the
machine turned off?
Turn the power switch on.
Is the power cord plugged
into the power outlet?
Turn the power switch off and then firmly plug
in the power cord. Then turn the power switch
on.
Is the power cord
disconnected from the
machine or the rear of the
rack?
Display is dark.
Is power of the correct
voltage being supplied?
Make sure that the power supply is 200 -240 V
(volts), 15 A (amperes).
Make sure that power of capacity compatible
with the specified maximum power
consumption of the machine (2.8 - 3.1 KVA) is
being supplied.
Is the Power Saver button
on?
The machine is in the Power Saver mode. Press
the Power Saver button on the Control Panel
to cancel the Power Saver mode.
Is the brightness dial set too Adjust display brightness using the Brightness
low?
dial.
Unable to print, Is a message displayed on Follow the instructions displayed.
or
the Control Panel?
unable to copy.
Is the printer mode Offline? Press the Machine Status button and from the
Printer Mode, select Online.
Is the power cord
disconnected from the
machine or the rear of the
rack?
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Turn the power switch off and then firmly plug
in the power cord. Then turn the power switch
on.
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Symptoms
Check
Online indicator Is the interface cable
does not light
disconnected?
even though you
instructed it to
print.
Remedy
Turn the power switch off, unplug the power
cord from the power outlet, and check the
interface cable connection.
For information about network settings, refer
to the System Administration Guide.
Is the environment correctly Check the print driver and other environment
set on the personal
settings on the personal computer.
computer?
Is the required interface set? Check the status of the interface port in use.
For information about network settings, refer
to the System Administration Guide.
Tray 5 (Bypass)
printing failed.
Is correct paper loaded on
the tray?
Follow the instructions displayed to load paper
of the correct size and instruct it to print again.
Unsatisfactory
print quality.
Image defect.
Refer to the image quality troubleshooting
section for more information.
Text prints
Non-standard fonts are used Check the application or print driver settings.
incorrectly (text for printing.
is corrupted).
Online indicator Data remains in machine
lights, but copies memory.
are not delivered
with Online still
lit.
Cannot open or
close trays.
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Cancel printing, or purge remaining data.
Did you open a cover or turn Turn the power off without closing or opening
power off during printing? a paper tray. Wait several seconds and then
turn the power switch on. Make sure that the
machine is online (ready to receive data) and
then close or open the paper tray.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Check
Remedy
Copies are not
made at the
desired size.
Is the document scanning Clean the document feeder glass or the
glass or the document cover document cover.
dirty?
Is the document made of
Place the document on the document glass,
highly transparent material and place a white sheet of paper on top of the
like a transparency?
document before making a copy.
Is the document at the
correct position?
Load the document correctly.
Is the document loaded
correctly?
Are the document guides at Properly set the document guides.
the correct position?
Paper is often
jammed or
wrinkled.
Is the document folded or
bent?
Straighten and properly reset the document.
Is the document a nonstandard size?
Enter the document size.
Is paper loaded properly in
the paper tray?
Load paper correctly.
Is the paper tray set
properly?
To ensure tray closure, Firmly push it in as far
as possible.
Is the paper damp?
Replace with paper from a new ream.
Is the paper curled?
Either turn the paper so that the curl is facing
down in the paper tray, or replace with paper
from a new ream.
Are the paper and paper tray Make sure the paper and paper tray selected
settings correct?
match the paper size settings.
Refer to “Paper Tray Settings” in the System
Administration Guide.
Are there any torn pieces of Open the door of the machine or slide out the
paper still remaining inside paper tray to remove the torn paper or the
the machine or is there a
foreign object.
foreign object in the
machine?
Is out-of-spec paper loaded Replace with paper that meets machine
in the tray?
specifications.
Is the paper tray loaded past Load paper in the paper tray so that it does not
its maximum fill line?
exceed the maximum fill line.
Is the paper guide set
correctly?
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Load the paper correctly, and apply the paper
guides lightly.
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Symptoms
Check
Remedy
Documents are
not fed into the
document
feeder.
Are the documents too
small?
The minimum size of the document that can
be loaded on the document feeder is A5 and
5.5 X 8.5.in.
An error
message is
displayed after
paper is loaded
in paper Tray 5
(Bypass) and the
Start button is
pressed.
Check the position of the
paper guides at the front
side of paper Tray 5
(Bypass).
Set the paper guides to the correct positions.
Documents jam Is the right type of
often.
paper/media being used?
Make sure the document feeder is loaded
properly with acceptable media.
Are you trying to copy
irregular shaped documents,
business cards,
transparencies, or thin
documents?
Are you trying to copy
documents affixed with
sticky labels, paper clips or
adhesive tape?
Remove sticky labels, paper clips or adhesive
tape from the document before copying.
Are the document guides at Properly set the document guides.
the correct position?
Is part of the document
Open the document feeder cover and check for
ripped, and a piece of paper pieces of paper.
remaining in the document
feeder?
When importing originals of Set Mixed Size Originals to ON.
different sizes, is the Mixed
Size Originals setting set to
ON?
Is an A5-size document
Load the A5-size document vertically.
loaded horizontally () on the
document feeder when the
Mixed Size Originals feature
is in use?
A corner of the
document is
folded.
Is the document curled?
Flatten out the curl and load the document
again.
Image quality problems
When output image quality is poor, review the following table for solutions.
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If image quality is not improved after performing the relevant remedy, contact the
Customer Support Center.
Symptoms
Check
Remedy
The copy is dirty. Is the document glass or
Clean the document glass or the document
the document cover dirty? cover.
Is the document made of If the document is highly transparent, marks
highly transparent material on the document cover will be copied. Place a
like a transparency?
white sheet of paper on the document and
make a copy.
Is the document colored, of Either adjust the copy density or image quality
a rough texture or a
and then retry copying.
blueprint?
Are you making copies of
glossy printing paper?
Glossy printing paper sticks easily to the
document glass and shadows are sometimes
copied and reproduced as dirt. Place a
transparency or highly transparent film under
the document and retry copying.
The copy has
black lines.
Is the scanning glass on the Clean the document glass.
feeder dirty?
The copy is too
dark.
Is the copy density set to
Dark?
The copy is too
light.
Is the copy density set to
Light?
The copy shifts
slightly.
Is the paper shifting or is Load the paper so it is flush against the paper
the leading edge of the
tray corners.
paper not loaded flush with
the tray corners?
Images on the
Is the document loaded
copy are skewed. correctly?
Adjust the copy density.
Load the document correctly.
Is paper loaded properly in Load paper correctly.
the tray?
Is the paper guide for paper Load paper correctly.
Tray 5 (Bypass) set so that
the tray touches the paper?
Are the document guides at Load the document correctly, and align the
the correct position?
document guides with the edge of the
document.
Is the paper tray set
properly?
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Firmly push in the tray as far as possible.
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Symptoms
Check
Remedy
Part of the image Is the paper damp?
Replace with paper from a new ream.
is missing on the
Is the loaded paper folded
copy.
or wrinkled?
Is the document pasted
together or folded in?
The pasted or folded in section may be curling
back, and risen up from the surface of the
document glass. Place a stack of white sheets
on the document to hold the document down
flat against the document glass.
A stripe pattern Is the document
appears in copies. enlargement ratio set too
large?
Some enlargement ratios can cause stripes.
Adjust the copy enlargement ratio.
Symptoms
Check
Remedy
Printing is faint
(smudged,
unclear).
Is the paper damp?
Replace with paper from a new ream.
The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
Black dots are
printed.
The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
Black lines are
printed.
The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
The scanning glass on the Clean the document feeder glass.
document feeder is dirty.
Dirt appears at
equal intervals.
Dirt on the paper feed
path.
Print a few pages.
The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
White dots appear The paper in use is
in black filled
unsuitable.
areas.
The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Load suitable paper.
- Printed toner
Is the paper damp?
smudges when
rubbed with your The paper in use is
unsuitable.
finger.
- Toner is not fused
to the paper.
- The paper is
dirtied with toner.
Replace with paper from a new ream.
The entire paper
area is printed
black.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
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The drum cartridge is
depleted or damaged.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
Load suitable paper.
High-voltage power supply Contact the Customer Support Center.
malfunction.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Check
Nothing is printed. Two or more sheets of
paper are being fed
simultaneously (doublefeed).
Remedy
Fan the paper and reset.
High-voltage power supply Contact the Customer Support Center.
malfunction.
White areas or
stripes appear.
Is the paper damp?
Replace with paper from a new ream.
The paper in use is
unsuitable.
Load suitable paper.
The entire page is If the print was made
Load paper of the correct size and type into
printed faint.
using Tray 5 (Bypass), the Tray 5 (Bypass).
size and type of the loaded Fan the paper thoroughly before loading it.
paper differed from the
setting on the print driver.
Paper becomes
wrinkled.
Text is blurred.
Two or more sheets may
be feeding at once.
Fan the paper thoroughly and reset.
The paper in use is
unsuitable.
Replace with paper from a new ream.
Paper is being added while
it is being fed.
Is the paper damp?
Outline characters The drum cartridge is
on a colored
depleted or damaged.
background
longwise.
Contact the Customer Support Center.
Text or images are The paper guide in the
Set the horizontal and vertical paper guides to
printed at an
paper tray is not set at the the correct positions.
angle.
correct position.
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Problem solving
Image is not what was expected
Symptoms
The image is dirty
Yes
If No, go to next symptom.
Cause and Remedy (Action)
Cause
The document glass or the document cover is dirty.
Action Clean the document glass or the document cover.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is made of highly transparent
material like a transparency.
Action If the document is highly transparent, marks on
the document cover will appear on the image. Place
a white sheet of paper on the document and scan.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is colored, of a rough texture or a
blueprint, for example.
Action Either adjust the copy density or image quality and
then retry scanning.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
Glossy printing paper is being scanned.
Action Glossy printing paper easily sticks to the document
glass and shadows are sometimes scanned and
reproduced as dirt. Place a transparency or highly
transparent film under the document and retry
scanning.
Image is too dark, or too Yes
light
If No, go to next symptom.
Cause
Scan density is set to Dark, or to Light.
Action Adjust the scan density.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The Original Type is inappropriate.
Action Select an image quality appropriate for the
document.
Part of the image is
Yes
missing
If No, go to next symptom.
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Cause
The document is pasted together or folded in.
Action It is possible that the folded in or pasted part of
the document is not touching the document glass.
Place a stack of white sheets on the document to
hold the document down flat against the document
glass.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Cause and Remedy (Action)
The image is not the
Yes
desired size
If No, go to next symptom.
Cause
The document glass or the document cover is dirty.
Action Clean the document glass or the document cover.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is made of highly transparent
material like a transparency.
Action Place a white sheet of paper on the document and
scan.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is misaligned.
Action Load the document correctly.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document guides are in an incorrect position.
Action Load the document correctly, and align the
document guides with the edges of the document.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is a non-standard size.
Action Enter the document size and then scan.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The document is folded or bent.
Action Straighten and properly reset the document.
The image is coarse
Yes
Cause
Resolution is too low.
Action Set a higher resolution.
Print troubleshooting
This section describes solutions for problems encountered during printing.
1.
2.
Unable to print
The print result was not what was expected
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Problem solving
Unable to print
Symptoms
Yes/No
Causes and Actions
Data remains in the
printer icon
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Cause
The printer is not powered on.
Action Turn the power on.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The network cable is disconnected from the
computer.
Action Connect the network cable to the computer.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The network cable is disconnected from the
machine.
Action Connect the network cable to the machine.
For information about network settings, refer
to the System Administration Guide.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
Printer mode is set to Offline.
Action Press the Machine Status button and confirm
the Printer Mode in the Machine Status screen.
If Printer Mode is Offline, select Online in the
Printer Mode screen.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Yes/No
Causes and Actions
Data remains in the
printer icon
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Cause
An error occurred with the printer.
Action Check the error details.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The IP address or SMB network path is
misconfigured.
Action Configure a correct IP address or SMB network
path.
For information about network settings, refer
to the System Administration Guide.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The network connection between the computer
and machine is abnormal.
Action Check with your system administrator.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The port is not enabled.
Action Enable the port in use.
For information about network settings, refer
to the System Administration Guide.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
Insufficient space available on the hard disk.
Action Delete unnecessary data to increase free space.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
The printer is connected to multiple computers.
Action Wait for a while, and then try printing again.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Yes/No
Causes and Actions
Sent to printer
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Cause
Out of paper.
Action Supply paper to the printer.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
No paper for the specified paper size.
Action Set paper for the specified paper size.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
Copy operation is performed during interrupt,
and interrupt is performed.
Action Cancel the interrupt operation.
If problem is not solved, go to next
Cause/Action.
Cause
An error occurred with the printer.
Action Check the error details.
The printed result is not what was expected
Symptoms
Yes/No
Causes and Actions
Printing performed with
a different paper size
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Cause
The image is cut off on
the edge of the paper
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Paper size provided is different from the specified
tray size.
Action Change the paper size set in the tray, or change
print options to specify a tray that contains the
appropriate size.
The printed font differs Yes
from the font specified on
the computer
If No, go to next
symptom.
Cause
Image exceeds the printable area of the machine.
Action Increase the printable area of the machine, or
decrease the document print area.
Cause
Font replacement is configured on the print driver.
Action Check the font replacement table.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
Non-standard fonts are used for printing.
Action Check the application or print driver settings.
If PostScript is being used, download the required
fonts.
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Problem solving
Symptoms
Yes/No
Causes and Actions
Printing is slow
If No, go to next
symptom.
Yes
Cause
Symptoms
Yes/No Causes and Actions
Action When printing image data that has image quality
as a priority, such as pictures, the print speed
decreases. Turn off the quality priority in the print
mode.
The settings specified for Yes
print options do not take
effect
If No, go to next
symptom.
There is no edge.
The print mode specifies Print Quality.
Yes
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Cause
A print driver for another model is in use.
Action
Install the print driver for this model.
If problem is not solved, go to next Cause/Action.
Cause
The optional apparatus cannot be attached to the
printer.
Action
Check the options attached with this printer and
reset the printer configuration.
Cause
Image exceeds the printable area of the machine.
Action
Increase the printable area of the machine, or
decrease the document print area.
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Specifications
Print specifications
Type
Built-in type
Continuous Print Speed
The same as Copy.
When continuously printing a single document 8.5 x 11 in./A4:
Speed may be reduced during image quality adjustment when
High Precision] is specified for the Print Mode] of PCL driver, or
when [High Precision] or [High Image Quality] is specified for
the [Print Mode] of PostScript driver.
Performance may be reduced depending on the paper type.
Resolution
Output resolution: 600 × 600 dpi (47.2 × 47.2 dots/mm)
Data processing resolution: 2400 × 600 dpi (47.2 × 47.2
dots/mm)
Page Description Language
PCL6, PCL5, Adobe PostScript 3
Emulation
ESC/P (VP-1000), HP-GL (HP7586B), HP-GL2/RTL (HP Design
Jet 750C Plus), PCL5c/PCLXL (HP Color Laser Jet 5500), ESCP/
K, KS/KSSM
Memory Capacity
512 MB (maximum 512 MB)
Built-in Fonts
PCL: European 82 type faces, symbol 86 sets
PostScript: European 136 type faces
Interface
Standard: Ethernet (100Base-TX/10Base-T)
USB 2.0
Supported Protocol
Ethernet: TCP/IP (SMB, LPD, Port9100, IPP, WSD, Novell
Netware), NetBEUI (SMB), (IPX/SPX), (NetWare), EtherTalk
(Apple Talk)
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Specifications
Type
Built-in type
Supported OS
PCL5c:
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 2000,
Microsoft Windows XP,
Microsoft Windows Server 2003,
Microsoft Windows Vista
PostScript:
Microsoft Windows 2000,
Microsoft Windows XP,
Microsoft Windows Server 2003,
Microsoft Windows Vista,
Mac OS 7.5 or later
Mac OS 8x, 9x
Mac OS X 10.x
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High Capacity Feeder
(HCF/Trays 6 and 7), 8.5 x
11 in./A4
The two-tray High Capacity Feeder (HCF/Trays 6 and 7) provides an extra 4,000 sheet
capacity of either 8.5 x 11 in. or A4 paper. Each tray holds 2000 sheets (from 16 lb. Bond
to 80 lb. Cover/52 gsm to 216 gsm).
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Loading media into the HCF (Trays 6 and
7)
1. Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
2. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
3. To change the paper size, perform the following:
a) Remove any paper currently loaded in the tray.
b) Loosen the two screws to remove the guides.
c) Adjust the guides to fit the new paper size and retighten the two screws.
4. Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
5. Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
6. Load and align the edge of the paper against the RIGHT edge of the tray.
7. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
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8. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
9. Select Confirm to close the window.
Problem solving
Paper jams in Trays 6/7 (HCF)
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Pull out the tray where the paper jam occurred.
Note
To avoid tearing paper, review where the paper jam occurred before pulling out a
tray. Torn paper remaining inside the machine can cause machine malfunction.
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2. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
Paper jams inside the HCF unit
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
This section describes how to remedy paper jams that occur at the following locations:
•
•
•
•
Paper jams in lower left cover
Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c
Paper jams at lever 1b and knob 1c
Paper jams at lever 1d and knob 1c
Note
Jam clearance remedies differ according to the paper jam location, so follow the displayed
instructions.
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Paper jams inside lower left cover
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Open the front cover of the HCF.
2. Open the lower left cover while gripping the release lever.
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3. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Close the lower left cover.
5. Close the front cover of the HCF completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Open the front cover of the HCF.
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2. Move lever 1a to the right and turn knob 1c to the right. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Return lever 1a to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the HCF completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 1b and knob 1c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Open the front cover of the HCF.
2. Move lever 1b to the right and turn knob 1c to the right. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Return lever 1b to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the HCF completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 1d and knob 1c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your copy/print jobs.
1. Open the front cover of the HCF.
2. Move lever 1d upwards and turn knob 1c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Return lever 1d to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the HCF completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Fault codes
If a fault causes the copying/printing to stop abnormally or a malfunction occurs in the
copier/printer, then a fault code and/or a message displays on the UI. Refer to the
following table for fault codes and information on how to rectify the problem. If a fault
code displays and it is not described in the following table, or if the problem persists
even after you have tried the recommended solutions, contact the Customer Support
Center.
Tip
If a fault code is displayed, all print data is discarded; this includes any data stored in
the built-in memory of the machine.
Fault code
Cause and Remedy
024-955
024-956
Cause: Tray 6/7 is empty/out of paper.
Remedy: Add paper to Tray 6/7.
077-210
Cause: There is a malfunction in Tray 6/7.
Remedy: Check the paper setting of paper trays 6/7 and power-cycle the machine.
If the trays errors are not fixed by performing the relevant remedy, contact the
Customer Support Center. Trays other than 6/7 may be used in the interim.
078-100
078-101
078-102
Cause: There is a malfunction in Tray 6/7.
Remedy: Check the paper setting of paper trays 6/7 and power-cycle the machine.
If the trays errors are not fixed by performing the relevant remedy, contact the
Customer Support Center. Trays other than 6/7 may be used in the interim.
078-210
078-211
Cause: There is a malfunction in Tray 6/7.
Remedy: Check the paper setting of paper trays 6/7 and power-cycle the machine.
If the trays errors are not fixed by performing the relevant remedy, contact the
Customer Support Center. Trays other than 6/7 may be used in the interim.
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Fault code
Cause and Remedy
078-260
078-261
078-262
078-263
078-264
078-265
078-266
078-267
078-268
078-269
078-270
078-271
078-272
078-273
078-274
078-275
078-276
078-277
078-278
078-279
078-280
Cause: Paper Tray 6/7 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Check the paper loaded in Tray 6/7. Power off and then power on the
machine. If the tray errors are not fixed by performing the relevant remedy, contact
the Customer Support Center.
078-300
078-301
078-500
078-901
078-941
078-942
078-943
Cause: Paper Tray 6/7 malfunctioned.
Remedy: Check the paper loaded in Tray 6/7. Power off and then power on the
machine. If the tray errors are not fixed by performing the relevant remedy, contact
the Customer Support Center.
Trays 6/7 (HCF) specifications
Item
Specification
Media/paper sizes
Minimum: 7.25 x 10.5 in. (Executive)/B5
Maximum: 8.5 x 11 in./A4
Media/paper weight
Weight: 16 lb. Bond to 80 lb. Cover/52 gsm to 216 gsm
Tray capacity
Each tray holds 2,000 sheets for a total of 4,000 sheets
(When using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper)
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Oversized High Capacity
Feeder (OHCF), 1 or 2 trays
(Trays 6/7)
The Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF) is available in a 1-tray or 2-tray option. The
OHCF feeds a variety of stock sizes, including standard and oversized stock up to 13 x
19.2 in./330.2 x 488 mm. Each tray holds 2,000 sheets.
Note
The 1-tray OHCF is not available with D136 configurations.
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Postcard bracket
The Postcard bracket is delivered with the OHCF from manufacturing. The Postcard
bracket allows you to print on smaller size media without requiring post-processing
cutting or sorting. The Postcard bracket specifically accommodates 4 x 6 in. (101.6 x
152.4 mm) SEF media.
Using the Postcard bracket
Use the following procedure for installing and using the Postcard bracket when printing
on smaller media (4 x 6 in./101.6 x 152.4 mm).
1. Slowly open one of the paper trays until it stops and remove the paper.
2. Move the paper guides out to their largest position.
3. Open the front cover of the OHCF.
4. Remove the Postcard bracket from inside the OHCF front cover.
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5. Install the Postcard bracket so that it sits on the locating pins on the upper frame
and in the grooves on the bottom of the tray.
6. Tighten the thumb screw so it locks the Postcard bracket in place.
7. Load the postcard stock and adjust the paper guides against the stock.
8. Close the paper tray and confirm the new settings on the UI.
9. Run your print job.
10. Upon completion of your print job, remove the postcard stock and the Postcard
bracket from the tray.
11. Store the Postcard bracket inside the OHCF front cover area.
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Loading media in the 1 or 2-Tray OHCF
Loading paper in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
Load paper into the tray.
Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
7. If necessary, set the skew adjustment levers to the desired position for your print job.
8. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
9. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
10. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading tabs in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays)
Note
If the optional GBC AdvancedPunch is attached to your machine, refer to the GBC
AdvancedPunch customer documentation for instructions on loading tab stock in the
trays.
1. Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
2. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
3. Fan the tab paper before loading into the tray.
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4. Load and align the edge of the tab paper against the right edge of the tray in the
LEF direction as shown in following illustration:
5. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
6. If necessary, set the skew adjustment levers to the desired position for your print job.
7. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
8. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
9. Select Confirm to close the window.
10. For network print jobs, refer to your print server customer documentation for
instructions on loading tab stock into a tray.
Loading transparencies in the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays)
1. Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
2. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
3. Fan the transparencies to stop them from sticking together before loading into the
tray.
4. Load transparencies on top of a small stack of same-size paper and align the edge
of the transparency against the right edge of the as shown in following illustration:
5. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
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Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
6. If necessary, set the skew adjustment levers to the desired position for your print job.
7. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
8. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
9. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading pre-drilled stock into the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays) for 1-sided
print jobs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
Load and register the paper against the right side of the tray as depicted below for
LEF direction:
6. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
7. If necessary, set the skew adjustment levers to the desired position for your print job.
8. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
9. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
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a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
10. Select Confirm to close the window.
Loading pre-drilled stock into the OHCF (1 or 2 Trays) for 2-sided
print jobs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up.
Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray.
Load and register the paper against the right side of the tray as depicted below for
LEF direction:
6. Load and register the paper against the right side of the tray as depicted below for
SEF direction:
7. Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the
Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray.
Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide.
8. If necessary, set the skew adjustment levers to the desired position for your print job.
9. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray settings screen may be
displayed on the UI.
10. If changes have been made to the paper tray, select the Change Settings button;
otherwise, proceed to the next step.
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a) Make the desired selections for Paper Type/Paper Weight, Paper Size, and Paper
Color.
b) If necessary, make the desired changes to paper curl and alignment adjustment.
Note
Refer to the System Administration Guide for detailed information on the paper
curl and alignment adjustment options.
c) Select Save until you are returned to the tray settings window.
11. Select Confirm to close the window.
Skew adjustment levers
The skew adjustment levers are found in all paper trays. These levers are used to improve
paper feed accuracy and to reduce paper skew problems.
1.
Rear skew adjustment lever
2.
Right-side skew adjustment lever
• These levers should remain in their default position. The position of these levers
should be changed only when there is a skew problem when running a specific print
job and/or specific media type.
• Changing the skew adjustment levers from their default position may cause more
skew problems when running certain media types, such as coated, label, transparency,
and film.
Use the following procedure to set the skew adjustment levers.
1. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
2. Slide the rear skew adjustment lever to the right.
3. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
4. From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,
type, weight, and if necessary, paper curl and/or alignment option.
5. Select OK to save the information and close the Tray Properties window.
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6. Run your print job.
• The paper is fed accurately without skew and the printed output is satisfactory;
your task is complete.
• The paper is skewed and the printed output is unsatisfactory; proceed to the next
step.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
Return the rear skew adjustment lever to its left, default position.
Slide the right-side skew adjustment lever toward the front of the paper tray.
Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,
type, weight, and if necessary, paper curl and/or alignment option.
12. Select OK to save the information and close the Tray Properties window.
13. Run your print job.
• The paper is fed accurately without skew and the printed output is satisfactory;
your task is complete.
• The paper is skewed and the printed output is unsatisfactory; proceed to the next
step.
14. Pull out the tray slowly until it stops.
15. Return the right-side skew adjustment lever toward the rear of the paper tray; this is
its default position.
16. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
17. If you are still having skew adjustment problems, refer to the Advanced Stock Setup
information located in the System Administration Guide.
OHCF problem solving
Clearing OHCF jams
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
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Paper jams inside the OHCF trays
1. Pull out the tray where the paper jam occurred.
2. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop.
OHCF paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c
1. Open the front cover of the OHCF.
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2. Move the lever 1a to the right and turn the knob 1c to the right. Remove the jammed
paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Return the lever 1a to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the OHCF.
Note
If the front cover of the OHCF is not completely closed, a message will appear and
the machine will not operate.
OHCF paper jams at lever 1b and knob 1c
1. Open the front cover of the OHCF.
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2. Move the lever 1b to the right and turn the knob 1c to the right. Remove the jammed
paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Return the lever 1b to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the OHCF.
Note
If the front cover of the OHCF is not completely closed, a message will appear and
the machine will not operate.
OHCF paper jams at lever 1d and knob 1c
1. Open the front cover of the OHCF.
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2. Move the lever 1d upward and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. If the paper cannot be removed, turn the knob 1c clockwise, and then remove the
jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 1d to the original position.
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5. Close the front cover of the OHCF.
Note
If the front cover of the OHCF is not completely closed, a message will appear and
the machine will not operate.
OHCF fault codes
024-955
Cause: An OHCF tray is empty or out of paper.
Remedy: Add paper to correct OHCF Tray.
024-956
Cause: An OHCF tray is empty or out of paper.
Remedy: Add paper to correct OHCF Tray.
077-210
Cause: An OHCF tray is broken.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-100
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the paper in the malfunctioning tray.
• Power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-101
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the paper in the malfunctioning tray.
• Power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
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Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-101
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the paper in the malfunctioning tray.
• Power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-210
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the paper setting of the paper trays and power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-211
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the paper setting of the paper trays and power Off/On the machine.
• If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-260
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
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078-261
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-262
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-263
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-264
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-265
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
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Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-266
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-267
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-268
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-269
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
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2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-270
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-271
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-272
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-273
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
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Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-274
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-275
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-276
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-277
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
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078-278
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-279
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-280
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-300
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-301
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
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Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-500
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-901
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-941
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-942
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
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2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
078-943
Cause: An OHCF tray has malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Check the paper loaded in the trays.
2.
Power Off/On the machine.
3.
If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center.
Note
Trays other than the OHCF trays may be used in the interim.
OHCF specifications
Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF/Trays A1-1 and A1-2)
Item
Specification
Sheet size
SEF: 8.5 x 11 in./A4, 8.5 x 13 in., 8.5 x 14 in., 10 x 14 in./B4, 11 x 17 in./A3,
12 x 18 in., 12.6 x17.7 in./SRA3, 13 x 18 in., 13 x 19 in., 12.6 x 19.2 in., B5
LEF: B5, 7.25 x 10.5 in. (executive), A4, 8.5 x 11 in., 8.0 x 10 in.
Custom sizes: 182-330 mm (7.2-13 in.) width and 182-488 mm (7.2-19.2
in.) length
Paper weight
18 lb. to 130 lb. cover/55-350 gsm
Paper capacity
2000 sheets/drawer
Important
When using up to Xerox 24 lb./90 gsm paper.
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Interface Module/Interface
Cooling Module
The Interface Module or Interface Cooling Module is an optional finishing device that
is used in conjunction with other optional finishing devices.
What is the difference between the two modules?
Both modules enable communication and provide a paper path between the print engine
and any attached finishing device/devices. The Interface Cooling Module goes a step
further in that it contains additional fans and associated duct work. These fans and duct
work aid in cooling the outgoing printed media.
The correct module for your machine configuration
The specific type of module available depends on the machine configuration:
• The Interface Module is available with a machine configuration that is either D110
or D125 (either Copier/Printer or Printer only).
• The Interface Cooling Module is available only with the D136 configuration (either
Copier/Printer or Printer only).
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Note
The Interface Module is not available with the D95 Copier/Printer configuration.
D110/D125 configurations
For either Copier/Printer or Printer only, the Interface Module is required with the
following finishing devices:
•
•
•
•
•
GBC AdvancedPunch
Perfect Binder (available only with the Copier/Printer with integrated controller)
High Capacity Stacker (HCS)
Standard Finisher Plus
All third-party, DFA devices
Note
The Interface Module is NOT required when the only finishing device is the Standard
Finisher or Booklet Maker Finisher. The SquareFold Trimmer Module is available only
with the Booklet Maker Finisher.
D136 configuration
For either Copier/Printer or Printer only, the Interface Cooling Module is required with
ALL following finishing devices, which include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
GBC AdvancedPunch
Perfect Binder (available only with the Copier/Printer with integrated controller)
High Capacity Stacker (HCS)
Standard Finisher
Booklet Maker Finisher
SquareFold Trimmer Module (available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher)
Standard Finisher Plus
All third-party, DFA devices
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Module overview
Control panel
The Control Panel consists of the following:
1.
Auto Curl button: This button selects the Auto Decurl function.
2.
Manual Curl Up button: This button selects the three values of manual up curl.
3.
Manual Curl Down button: This button selects the three values of manual down curl.
4.
Curl Up/Down indicators: These indicate the amount of manual curl (up or down)
that is selected.
5.
Auto Curl indicator: This indicates that the Auto Curl Mode is selected.
If you want to quickly and at the point-of-need adjust the paper curl on the printed
output, you may use the Manual Curl Up or Down buttons. If the printed output contains
too much curl after using these buttons, refer to the System Administration Guide for
information on adjusting the paper curl. The paper curl buttons are discussed in more
detail later in this section.
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Paper path
As media enters the module, it is fed to the module decurler for paper curl correction.
The module decurler has both upper and lower decurler rolls that apply pressure to the
media based upon the following:
• System default
• Manual selections made at the module control panel
Based on the paper curl (decurl) settings, the module decurler gate routes the paper to
either the up-curl (cupped) path, or the down-curl (bridged) path. The degree of pressure
is applied independently to the upward and downward decurler arms.
From the module decurler, the print media is cooled and routed from the module to the
optional finishing device(s) that is/are connected to your machine.
Paper curl settings on the module
Preset decurler settings
The module is designed with several automated presettings for controlling paper curl.
When using these settings, the amount of curl correction is automatically set by the
module decurler. Therefore, if paper curl is a problem, use one of the preset module
decurler settings in order to eliminate the problem.
When the media passes through the module decurler, you are notified of the current
amount of curl correction through the various LEDs on the module Control Panel. If you
require more curl correction, you can manually select curl correction from the module
Control Panel.
Manual decurler buttons
The module manual decurler mode has seven levels of curl correction that are available
at the module Control Panel: three levels of Up-curl correction and three levels of
Down-curl correction, and no correction level.
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The amount of curl correction is changed by selecting a related button. The current
selected amount of curl correction is displayed by the Control Panel LEDs.
Problem solving
Clearing jams
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Paper jams at lever 1a
1. Open the front cover of the module.
2. Move the lever 1a downward and remove the jammed paper.
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3. Return the lever 1a to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the module.
5. Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job.
Paper jams at lever 2a
1. Open the front cover of the module.
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2. Move the lever 2a upward, turn the knob 2c counterclockwise, and remove the
jammed paper.
3. Return the lever 2a to the original position.
4. Close the front cover of the module.
5. Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job.
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Paper jams at lever 2b
1. Open the front cover of the module.
2. Move the lever downward, turn the knob 2c counterclockwise, and remove the jammed
paper.
3. Return the lever 2b to the original position.
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4. Close the front cover of the module.
5. Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job.
Fault codes
The fault code table lists problems and suggested solutions that apply to the Interface
Module/Interface Cooling. If the problem persists after following all instructions, call
your Xerox Customer Support Center.
048-100
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-101
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-102
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
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Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-103
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-300
Cause: The Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door is open.
Remedy: Close the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
048-310
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-311
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-312
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-313
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-314
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
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Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-315
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-316
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module decurler sensor or belt problem
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-317
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module cooling fan failure
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-318
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module cooling fan failure
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-319
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module cooling fan failure
Remedy: Power off the machine (print engine), then power on. If problem continues,
contact the Customer Support Center.
048-320
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-321
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
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• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-322
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-324
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-325
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
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• Power Off/On the machine.
048-326
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-327
Cause: Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module communication failure or
connection failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the connection between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connected finishing device or devices.
• Fully clear any jams between the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module and
the connection finishing device or devices.
• Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions.
• After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area.
• Power Off/On the machine.
048-900
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-901
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
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1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
048-903
Cause: Paper jam:
• A jam occurred during feeding.
• A jam notification is displayed on the UI.
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the front door. Verify the paper used is within the approved paper
specifications.
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High Capacity Stacker
(HCS)
Overview
The High Capacity Stacker (HCS) is an optional finishing device that provides stacking
and offsetting capabilities for output to a Stacker Tray.
1.
2.
Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module
High Capacity Stacker (HCS)
Important
The HCS requires the Interface Module or the Interface Cooling Module. Module type
depends on your product and machine configuration. The module acts as a
communication device and paper path between the machine and the HCS.
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Tip
Your system may accommodate a maximum of two High Capacity Stackers at one time.
If your system has two stackers attached, they are referred to as B1 and B2. Also, with
two stackers attached, and when one of them is full, automatic switching occurs between
the two stackers to ensure maximum productivity for your system.
Note
Depending on your product and machine configuration, two tandem High Capacity
Stackers may not be supported. For specific information, contact Customer Support.
Identifying the components
The HCS consists of the following components:
1.
Control Panel: Provides manual control of the various HCS functions.
2.
Top Tray: Holds a maximum of 500 sheets.
Note
Labels must be delivered to the Top Tray.
3.
Bypass: Used only when a second stacking/finishing device is installed. This path
transports media through the HCS to another connected finishing device.
4.
Stacker Tray/Cart: Collated sets (up to a total of 5000 sheets) are transported to
the Stacker Tray, which is located on a movable Stacker Cart.
Note
The Stacker Tray/Cart capacity may be less than 5000 sheets if the media being
used is heavyweight or thicker sheets.
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Control panel
The HCS control panel consists of:
1.
Top Tray jam: This indicator blinks when there is a jam in the top tray area (E7).
2.
Sample indicator: This indicator blinks until a sample print is delivered to the top
tray.
3.
Sample button: Press this button to have the HCS deliver an additional sample print
such that the stack integrity is maintained. A single-page sample is provided to the
output area.
4.
Unload button: Press once to lower the Stacker Tray and unlock the HCS front door.
5.
Unload indicator: This indicator lights when the Stacker Tray has reached the down
position and the front door can be opened.
6.
Exit jam: This indicator blinks where there is a jam in the exit area (E8).
7.
Stacker Transport jam area: These indicators blink when there is a jam in Areas E4,
E5, and/or E6.
8.
Stacker Entrance jam area: These indicators blink when there is a jam in Areas E1,
E2, and/or E3.
HCS top tray
The Top Tray offers the following:
• Copies/prints are aligned easily without folds or wrinkles in the output.
• To enable easier pick-up of the output, the HCS can be stopped by selecting the Stop
button on the machine’s UI.
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Unloading the Stacker Tray
1. Press the Unload button on the HCS control panel.
Wait until the Unload indicator lights and then open the HCS front door.
2. Open the front door after the Unload indicator lights.
3. Position the securing bar on top of the stacked paper.
4. Pull the Stacker Cart straight out of the HCS.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Remove the securing bar.
Remove the paper from the Stacker Tray.
Push the empty Stacker Cart straight into the HCS.
Position the securing bar on the fixed area inside the HCS.
Close the front door; the tray will rise to the operate position.
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Problem solving
General problems
HCS tampers no longer in contact with paper
Cause: Problem occurs when printing with Clear dry ink/toner and using media that
is 120 gsm, coated, and large stock sizes (such as 12 x 18 in./304.8 x 457.2 mm).
Remedy: Adjust the paper curl before printing the job. Refer to the System
Administration Guide for specific information on paper curl settings and adjustment.
Jam clearance
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
HCS entrance jams (E1, E2, and E3)
Perform the following steps to clear the jam and resume printing:
1. Open the HCS Front Cover.
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2. Lift the green handle(s) and/or rotate the green knob and remove all paper in the
entrance area.
3. Close the green handle(s).
4. Close the HCS Front Cover.
5. If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the
screen to remove any paper in the area indicated.
6. Follow the instructions displayed on the UI to resume printing.
HCS transport jams (E4, E5, and E6)
Perform the following steps to clear the jam and resume printing:
1. Open the HCS Front Cover.
2. Lift the green handle(s) and/or rotate the green knob and remove all paper in the
entrance area.
3. Close the green handle(s).
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4. Close the HCS Front Cover.
5. Press the Unload button on the HCS control panel.
Wait until the Unload indicator lights and then open the HCS front door.
6. Open the front door after the Unload indicator lights.
7. Pull out the stacker cart and gently remove the jammed paper.
8. Push the stacker cart straight into the HCS.
9. Close the front door.
10. If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the
screen to remove any paper in the area indicated.
11. Follow the instructions displayed on the UI to resume printing.
HCS top tray jam (E7)
Perform the following steps to clear the jam and resume printing:
1. Remove any output delivered to the Top Tray.
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2. Open the HCS Front Cover.
3. Lift the green handle(s) and/or rotate the green knob and remove all paper in the
entrance area.
4. Close the green handle(s).
5. Close the HCS Front Cover.
6. If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the
screen to remove any paper in the area indicated.
7. Follow the instructions displayed on the UI to resume printing.
HCS exit jam (E8)
Perform the following steps to clear the jam and resume printing:
1. Open the HCS Front Cover.
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2. Lift the green handle and/or rotate the green knob and remove all paper in the
entrance area.
3. Lift the green handle and/or rotate the green knob and remove all paper in the
entrance area.
4. Close the green handle(s).
5. Close the HCS Front Cover.
6. If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the
screen to remove any paper in the area indicated.
7. Follow the instructions displayed on the UI to resume printing.
Hints and tips for using the HCS
Refer to the following hints and tips when using the HCS:
1.
Check the paper in the Stock Tray for curl.
a) If no curl is present and if the output is acceptable (meets customer satisfaction),
you are finished.
b) If no curl is present and if the output is NOT acceptable, call for service.
c) If curl IS present, continue to the next step.
2.
3.
Check the paper in the Stock Tray for curl.
Adjust the paper curl by using the decurler controls on the top of the Interface
Module/Interface Cooling Module.
If the output has not improved, adjust the paper curl again.
If the output still has not improved, call the Customer Support Center.
4.
5.
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Loss of power
If power is interrupted to the HCS:
• Ensure that the power cord is plugged in to the proper wall receptacle.
• Ensure that the machine power is switched on.
• Ensure that the Ground Fault Indicator is in the On position.
• If the power has not been restored by checking the above items, then call for service.
Fault codes
049-100
Cause: There is a top tray sensor fault in the HCS.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-101
Cause: There is a top tray sensor fault in the HCS.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-102
Cause: There is a top tray sensor fault in the HCS.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-104
Cause: HCS bypass exit sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-105
Cause: HCS bypass exit sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-106
Cause: HCS bypass exit sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-108
Cause: HCS bypass exit sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-113
Cause: Stacker sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-114
Cause: Stacker sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
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049-115
Cause: Stacker sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-116
Cause: Stacker sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-117
Cause: Bypass path sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-119
Cause: Bypass path sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-121
Cause: Stacker exit sensor jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-210
Cause: HCS front door sensor fault
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-211
Cause: HCS front door sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-212
Cause: Stacker up/down failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-213
Cause: Stacker up/down failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-214
Cause: Stacker cart sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-215
Cause: Stacker cart sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
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Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-216
Cause: Stacker cart sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-217
Cause: Stacker full sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-218
Cause: Stacker full sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-219
Cause: HCS front door fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-220
Cause: Stacker upper/lower limit fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-221
Cause: Stacker upper/lower limit fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-224
Cause: Paper in/out sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-225
Cause: Paper in/out sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-228
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-229
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-232
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-233
Cause: HCS sensor failure
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-234
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-235
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-236
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-237
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-238
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-239
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-240
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-241
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-242
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-243
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
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049-248
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-251
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-252
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-253
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-280
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-281
Cause: HCS sensor failure
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-282
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-283
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-284
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-285
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-286
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-287
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-288
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-300
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-310
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-500
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
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049-700
Cause: HCS communication or software fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS.
049-900
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-901
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-902
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-903
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
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049-905
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-907
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-908
Cause: The HCS detects paper at the HCS top tray, HCS bypass, or at the HCS stacker
tray. However, no paper is present; HCS sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-940
Cause: HCS front door fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-941
Cause: Stacker Cart fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-945
Cause: HCS detects Top Tray as always full
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
049-960
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-964
Cause: HCS sensor failure
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-965
Cause: Stacker height limit or full detection fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-966
Cause: Stacker height limit or full detection fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
049-967
Cause: The HCS detects paper still remaining on stacker cart after the front door was
opened/closed.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
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• Close the HCS front door.
049-968
Cause: Mix size, stacker full detection fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-969
Cause: Stacker cart elevator motor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-970
Cause: Stacker limit or full sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-971
Cause: Stacker limit or full sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
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049-972
Cause: Stacker limit or full sensor fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
049-973
Cause: HCS falsely detects that the Paper Unload button is pressed.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power Off/On the machine
If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Open the HCS front door.
• Remove any paper from the stacker cart.
• Close the HCS front door.
Specifications
Paper guidelines
• Stacker Tray will accept 55-350 gsm (either coated or uncoated stock) with the
possibility of degraded stock quality and increased jam rate for stocks that are heavier
than 300 gsm.
• Transparencies may be run to either the Top Tray or the Stack Tray. Stack height
should be limited to 100 transparencies.
• Coated paper lighter than 100 gsm may not run as reliably as coated paper heavier
than 100 gsm.
• Non-standard papers longer than 305 mm (12 in.) in the feed direction require 210
mm (8.3 in.) minimum measurement across the feed direction.
• Non-standard papers shorter than 254 mm (10 in.) in the cross-feed direction require
330 mm (13 in.) minimum measurement in the feed direction.
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Standard/Booklet Maker
Finisher
The Standard Finisher or Booklet Maker Finisher provides a wide range of finishing and
folding options. The following illustration shows the Booklet Maker Finisher.
Note
The Interface Cooling Module is required with D136 configurations.
Note
The Standard Finisher or Booklet Maker Finisher may be referred to simply as the finisher.
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The Standard/Booklet Maker finisher is comprised of the following components:
No.
Component
Function
1
Staple cartridge
Contains staples; remove this cartridge to replace staples
and clear staple jams.
2
Staple waste container
Container for staple waste; remove this container when full.
3
Top tray
The Top Tray is used for stacked output and can receive up
to 500 sheets of 20 lb./80 gsm paper. Copies are delivered
here when specific output features are selected, such as
Automatic sorting, Collated, Uncollated, or Normal.
4
Stacker (middle) tray
The Stacker Tray is used for offset and/or stapled output,
and can hold up to 2000 sheets of 20 lb./80 gsm paper. This
tray also receives copies when you punched and Z-folded
copies.
Note
Both the Top and Stacker Trays can be used for hole punched
output (optional)
5
Booklet output tray
6
Booklet output tray button This is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher. When
you press this button, the booklet output tray is raised so you
can retrieve booklets from the output area.
7
Right cover
Open to clear paper jams, replace staples, clear jammed
staples, or remove the scraps from the puncher.
8
Staple cartridges for
booklet
This is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher. There
are two staple cartridge for booklet. Remove this cartridge
to replace staples and clear staple jams.
9
Punch scrap container
Collects the scraps from the puncher. Open to remove the
scraps.
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This is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher. The
Booklet tray receives saddle-stitched booklets when you select
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No.
Component
Function
10
C/Z-Fold output tray
(optional)
The optional Folder tray receives copies when you select Cfolding or Z-folding of 8.5 x 11 in./A4 output and 11 x 17
in./A3 media.
11
Left cover.
Open this cover to access the machine and to clear paper
jams.
12
Post-process inserter (Tray This is tray is called either Tray 8 or Tray T1. Its name
8/Tray T1)
depends on which machine to which the finisher is attached.
Features of Tray 8/T1 include the following:
• This tray is standard on this finisher and is used to load
paper that will be used as separators and covers.
• Paper loaded here is not printed on; use this tray for preprinted stock and for insertion into the printed output.
(This tray is also known as the Interposer).
• Tray 8 holds a maximum of 200 sheets when using 20
lb./75 gsm paper.
• Paper can be loaded in the LEF or SEF direction.
13
C/Z-Fold output tray
button
Press this button to open C/Z-Fold output tray.
14
Manual decurl button
When you press this button, it activates a decurling feature
for the output material. This applies especially to lighter
weight paper.
Manual decurling feature on the finisher
The finisher provides a manual decurling feature, which allows you to adjust the curl of
the print output at point of need.
Pressing the Decurler button on the finisher switches the decurl feature between the
Auto, On, and Off modes.
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1.
Auto button: When this indicator is lit, the appropriate curl correction is automatically
performed depending on the sizes and orientation of the printed output. The button
should be set to Auto for most situations. The button automatically switches to the
Auto mode when:
• The machine is switched on
• The machine exits the Power Saver mode
2.
3.
When this button is pressed and the downward curl indicator is lit, downward curl
correction is performed on all printed output. If your output is curled downward,
press this button to prevent downward curls.
When this button is pressed and the upward curl indicator is lit, upward curl correction
is performed on all printed output. If your output is curled upward, press this button
to prevent upward curls.
Note
When no indicator is lit, the machine does not perform any curl correction to the printed
output.
Folding feature
If your machine is equipped with the Booklet Maker Finisher and/or the C/Z Folder, you
can make prints using the folding option. The option folds your prints in half (single or
bi-folding) or in thirds (C-fold or Z-fold types). The folding option is selected from the
print driver.
Note
In order to use the folding option, the orientation of documents must be short-edge
feed (SEF). You must select a paper tray that contains SEF stock.
Fold types
Important
The Single Fold (Bi-Fold) option is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher. The
C-Fold and Z-Fold options are available only with the C/Z Folder.
These fold types are available:
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Single Fold (Bi-Fold)
A Bi-Fold has one fold which creates two panels to the output.
C-Fold
A C-Fold has two folds which creates a three-panel output.
Z-Fold
A Z-Fold has two folds that are folded in opposite directions, resulting in a type of fan
fold.
Z-Fold Half Sheet (shown here with 3-hole punch)
As with a regular Z-Fold, it has two folds that are folded in the opposite directions. The
difference between a regular Z-Fold and a Z-Fold Half Sheet is that the Z-Fold Half
Sheet is not folded in two equal folds. The two folds are unequal which allows one edge
of the Z-Fold Half Sheet to have a longer edge, and the longer edge allows for stapling
or hole punching.
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Loading paper/tabs in Tray 8/T1
(Post-Process Inserter)
1. If necessary, remove any remaining media that is currently loaded in Tray 8/T1.
2. Hold the center of the paper guides and slide them to their desired paper size.
3. Load the paper/tabs, aligning it to the front side of the tray.
a) If the paper is preprinted, load the paper with the printed side facing up.
b) If the media is tab stock, load the tab side to be fed first (in the direction of the
arrow as shown in the above illustration).
4. From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,
type, weight, and if necessary, decurler and/or alignment option
If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray Properties screen may be
displayed on the UI.
5. Select OK to save the information and close the Tray Properties window.
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Maintenance
Standard/Booklet Maker consumable supplies
Xerox supplies, including staples, staple cartridges, and staple waste containers can be
ordered from Xerox by going to www.xerox.com and clicking on either the Contact Us
link for specific contact information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on
the Supplies and entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family
and model type).
Note
Always refer to www.xerox.com for the latest Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs) part
numbers.
Store supply items and Xerox parts in their original packages in a convenient location.
Supply Item
Supply Unit Shipped with finisher/Reorder Quantity
Staple cartridge/staple waste
container
4 staple cartridges (5000 staples per cartridge) and 1
staple waste container per carton
Booklet Maker Finisher staple cartridge 4 pack: 5000 staple refills each
Replace the standard staple cartridge
A message displays on the UI when it is time to replace a staple cartridge.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
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3. Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge
from the finisher.
4. Hold the positions as indicated by the arrow and remove the staple cartridge from
the unit.
5. Push a new staple cartridge into the unit.
6. Reinstall the cartridge unit to its original position in the finisher.
7. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Replace the booklet staple cartridge
In addition to the standard stapler, the Booklet Maker Finisher is equipped with a booklet
stapler. When this booklet stapler needs to be replaced, a message appears on the UI.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. While pressing the lever to the right, pull out the booklet staple cartridge unit.
4. Hold the tabs of the staple cartridge unit by the tabs and lift to remove it.
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5. While holding the tabs of a new staple cartridge, push it into the unit.
6. Push the staple cartridge unit to its original position in the machine.
7. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Replacing the Staple Waste Container on the finisher
The machine displays a message indicating that the Staple Waste Container is full. To
replace the container:
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
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3. Locate the Staple Waste Container ( R5) in the finisher, and move the lock lever to
the unlock position.
4. Hold R5 as shown in the figure and remove the staple waste container from the
machine.
5. Place the used staple waste container into a supplied plastic bag.
Note
Do not return a disassembled (used) container to the Customer Support Center.
6. Hold the new staple waste container by the R5 handle area and push it into the
machine.
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Note
To prevent injury, do not put your fingers on top of the container.
7. Push R5 until the lock lever moves to the locked position.
8. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Empty the Punch Waste Container
The UI displays a message indicating when it is time to empty the Punch Waste
Container.
Caution
Only remove the Punch Waste Container while the system is powered ON. If you switch
off the power when emptying the container, the machine cannot detect that the
container was emptied.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
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3. Pull the container out of the finisher ( R4).
4. Discard all the punch scraps in an appropriate container.
5. Reinsert the empty container into the machine.
6. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Finisher problem solving
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
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Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Paper jams in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)
1. Press the Cover button.
2. Open cover 1e and then remove the jammed paper and all paper loaded in the tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Fan the paper you removed, making sure that all four corners are neatly aligned, and
then load them again.
4. Push cover 1e until you hear it click into place.
Note
A message is displayed and the machine does not operate if the cover is open even
slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
3. Move lever 1a downward and turn knob 1c left. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return lever 1a to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 1d
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
3. Move lever 1d upwards and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Move the lever 1d to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 1b
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
3. Move the lever 1b to the right and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Move the lever 1b to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the levers 3b and 3d; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the levers 3b and 3d to their original positions.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 3e and turn the knob 3c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 3e its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 3g and turn the knob 3f and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 3g to its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 4b and turn the knob 3a; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 4b to its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 2a and turn the knob 3a; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 2a to its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 2b and turn the knob 2c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 2b to its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull out the folder output tray ( 2d), swing lever 2e/2f to the right, and remove the
jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. If you cannot remove the paper, return the lever 2e/2f to its original position. Swing
the lever 2e/2f, turn the knob 2c to the right, and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
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5. Return the opened lever ( 2f) or ( 2e) to its original position, and close the output
tray ( 2d).
6. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull out the folder output tray ( 2d), swing lever the 2g, and remove the jammed
paper.
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Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the opened lever ( 2g) to its original position, and close the output tray ( 2d).
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at unit 4 and knob 4a
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull out unit 4.
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4. Turn the knob 4a to remove the jammed paper from the left side of unit 4.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
5. Return unit 4 to its original position.
6. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at finisher top tray
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Remove jammed paper from the finisher top tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
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3. Open and close the finisher right cover.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams at finisher stacker tray
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Remove jammed paper from the finisher stacker tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Open and close the finisher right cover.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at the optional booklet maker tray
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Turn knob 4a and remove any jammed paper from the optional booklet maker tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Stapler faults
Follow the procedures provided when the output is not stapled or the staples are bent.
Contact our Customer Support Center if the problem persists after you have tried the
following solutions. Stapler faults on output may look similar to the ones shown in the
following illustration.
1.
No staple
2.
Bent staple
3.
One side of staple rising up
4.
Staple bent in reverse direction
5.
Flattened staple
6.
Entire staple rising up
7.
Staple rising up with the center pressed in
If the output is stapled as shown in the figure above, contact our Customer Support
Center.
Note
Depending on the type of paper that is being stapled, the stapled nails may be bent. If
the bent nails are stuck inside the machine, they may eventually cause paper jams.
Remove the bent staple when opening the staple cartridge cover. If you do not remove
the bent staple, a staple jam may occur as a result. Use the staple cartridge cover only
when removing the bent staple.
Staple jams in the standard staple cartridge
Note
Always check inside the finisher for any individual staples or staple remnants.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
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2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge
from the finisher.
4. Check the inside of the finisher for any remaining staples, and if necessary, remove
them.
5. Open the staple cartridge unit as shown and remove the jammed staple.
Warning
To avoid injury to your fingers, carefully remove the jammed staples from the
cartridge.
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6. Reinstall the cartridge unit to its original position in the finisher.
7. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Staple jams in the booklet maker cartridge
Note
Always check inside the finisher for any individual staples or staple remnants.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. While pressing the lever to the right, pull out the booklet staple cartridge unit.
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4. Hold the tabs of the staple cartridge unit by the tabs and lift to remove it.
5. Remove the jammed staples from the cartridge.
Warning
To avoid injury to your fingers, carefully remove the jammed staples from the
cartridge.
6. While holding the tabs of a new staple cartridge, push it into the unit.
7. Push the staple cartridge unit to its original position in the machine.
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8. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Reinserting the standard staple cartridge
Use this procedure if the standard staple cartridge is inserted incorrectly into the machine.
Note
Always check inside the finisher for any individual staples or staple remnants.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge
from the finisher.
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4. If necessary, open the staple cartridge unit as shown and remove the jammed staple.
5. Move the lever on the rear of the staple cartridge unit in the downward direction.
6. While holding the lever down, turn over the unit and remove the staple cartridge from
the unit.
7. Detach the outside staples along the line.
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8. Push a new staple cartridge into the unit.
9. Reinstall the cartridge unit to its original position in the finisher.
10. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Fault codes
If an error caused the printing to end abnormally, or a malfunction occurred in the
Booklet Maker Finisher, then an error code is displayed.
If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after
following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center.
If an error code is displayed, all print data of the machine as well as print data stored
in the machine’s built-in memory is discarded.
012-125
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-132
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
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Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-211
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-212
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-213
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-214
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-215
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-216
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-217
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-218
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-219
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-221
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
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012-223
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-225
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-226
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-227
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-228
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-229
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-230
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-235
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-236
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-237
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-238
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-239
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-240
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-241
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-243
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-246
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
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012-247
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-248
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-250
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-251
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-252
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-253
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
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Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-254
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-255
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-260
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-263
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-264
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-265
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-282
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-283
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-291
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
012-296
Cause: The finisher malfunctioned.
Remedy: Perform the following:
Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
• Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them.
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012-400
Cause: Staple Waste Container near full
Remedy: Follow the procedures to remove and replace the staple waste container in
the finisher.
012-949
Cause: Punch Waste Container is not attached
Remedy: Check that the punch waste container is installed in the finisher and inserted
correctly.
024-931
Cause: The Staple Waste Container is full or near full
Remedy: Remove the Staple Waste Container and install a new one.
024-932
Cause: The Staple Waste Container is not attached
Remedy: Check that the Staple Waste Container is installed in the finisher and inserted
correctly.
024-943
Cause: The booklet staple cartridge is empty or stapling error occurred.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check the staple cartridge and reset correctly.
• If necessary, replace with a new cartridge.
• Resume job.
024-957
Cause: Post-Process Inserter Tray (Tray 8/T1) is empty or out of paper
Remedy: Add paper to the paper tray.
024-974
Cause: When feeding paper from the Post-Process Inserter Tray, the designated paper
size and the actual size of paper in the tray differ.
Remedy: Reset/change the paper or cancel the job.
024-976
Cause: Finisher staple fault
Remedy: Check staples and reset correctly.
024-977
Cause: Finisher staple feeding is not ready.
Remedy: Check staples and reset correctly.
024-978
Cause: Booklet maker finisher staple operation is not ready.
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Remedy: Check staples and reset correctly.
024-979
Cause: The staple cartridge is empty
Remedy: Check staples. Follow procedures to remove and replace staple cartridge.
024-980
Cause: The stacker tray is full
Remedy: Remove all paper from the stacker tray.
024-981
Cause: The top tray is full.
Remedy: Remove all paper from the finisher top tray.
024-982
Cause: The finisher stacker tray lower safety warning in on
Remedy: Remove all paper from the stacker tray and remove any other obstructions.
024-983
Cause: The finisher booklet tray is full
Remedy: Remove all paper from the booklet tray.
024-984
Cause: The booklet stapler low staple signal is on
Remedy: Remove all paper from the booklet tray.
024-985
Cause: The booklet stapler low staple signal is on
Remedy: Remove all paper from the booklet tray.
024-987
Cause: The booklet folder tray is full
Remedy: Remove all paper from the tray. Set the output tray for three fold.
024-988
Cause: The booklet folder tray is full
Remedy: Check that the folder tray is correctly attached and set.
024-989
Cause: There is a problem with the booklet maker stapler
Remedy: Check the staple cartridge and reset correctly.
047-320
Cause: A communication error has occurred with the finisher
Remedy: Perform the following:
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Power off/on the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print job.
If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
112-700
Cause: The Punch Waste Container is full or near full
Remedy: Remove and empty the waste container, then reinstall it.
116-790
Cause: The settings for stapling are canceled and prints the data
Remedy: Confirm the staple position and try to print again.
124-705
Cause: The settings for punching are canceled
Remedy: Confirm the punching position and try to print again.
124-706
Cause: The settings for folding are canceled
Remedy: Confirm the folding settings and try to print again.
124-709
Cause: The number of pages exceeds the number of pages that can be stapled
Remedy: Decrease the number of pages, or cancel the stapling settings, then try to
print again.
Specifications
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Item
Tray Type
Specification
• Top Tray: Collated/Uncollated
Note
Transparencies can be sent to the TOP tray of the finisher ONLY.
Transparencies cannot be sent to the stacker (middle) tray.
• Stacker (middle) Tray: Collated/Uncollated (Offset available)
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Supported Paper Size
Specification
Top Tray:
• Maximum: SRA3, 13 x19 in., 12.6 x19.2 in., 330 x 488 mm (custom
size)
• Minimum: 100 x 148 mm (SEF), 4 x 6 in. (SEF), A6 (SEF) postcards
Stacker (middle) Tray:
• Maximum: 13 x 19 in. (330 x 488 mm), SRA3
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Optional C/Z Folder tray: Supports A4 (SEF) and 8.5 x 11 in. (SEF)
Delivery to a supported third-party, DFA device:
• Maximum: 13 x 19 in., SRA3
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Supported Paper Weight Trays:
• Top Tray: 55-350 gsm
• Stacker (middle) Tray: 55-300 gsm
• Optional C/Z Folder tray: 64-90 gsm
Delivery to a supported third-party, DFA device: 55-350 gsm
Tray Capacity
• Top Tray: 500 sheets
• Optional C/Z Folder tray: Minimum 30 sheets
*When using A4 LEF, B5 LEF, 8.5 x 11 in. LEF, 8 x 10 in. LEF, 7.5 x 10.5
in. LEF only. When using paper of other sizes, tray capacity is 1,500
sheets and 100 sets.
**Tray may not support some paper types.
Stapling (variable length) Maximum staple sheets: 100 sheets
• When using paper of size larger than A4 or 8.5 x 11 in., the
maximum number of sheets that can be stapled is 65.
• Staple nails may bend when using certain paper types.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Staple position:
• 1 location: (front: angled stapling, center: parallel stapling, back:
parallel stapling*)
• 2 locations: (parallel stapling)
• 4 locations: A4 (LEF) and 8.5 x 11 in. (LEF) parallel stapling
*: Angled stapling for A3 and A4
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Item
Hole Punching
Specification
Supported paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5 LEF (2 holes), A4 LEF (4 holes)
Number of holes: 2, 4, 3 (optional)
Paper type: 55-220 gsm
Booklet Creation/Single
Fold
Maximum number of sheets:
• Fold and Staple: 25 sheets
• Fold only: 5 sheets
When using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper, only 14 sheets can be stapled
if adding a cover.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3, 13 x 18 in.
• Minimum: A4 SEF, 8.5 x 11 in. SEF
Note
When using light-weight stocks, media jams may occur with Booklet
Creation, Single Fold, and stapling for output that is 25 sheets or
more. If media jams do occur, it is recommended that a different
media type is selected for the job.
Paper type: Fold only or Fold and Staple: 55-350gsm uncoated, 106300gsm coated
Paper Weights/Booklet Capacity:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Folding
Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process
Inserter; also called
Interposer)
64-80 gsm, Uncoated: 25 sheets
81-90 gsm, Uncoated: 20 sheets
91-105 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets
106-128 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
129-150 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
151-176 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
177-220 gsm, Uncoated: 5 sheets, Coated: 5 sheets
221-256 gsm, 4 sheets max. coated or uncoated
257-350 gsm, 3 sheets max, coated or uncoated
Note
Non-stapled fold sets are limited to 5 sheets of paper.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
The machine does not print on paper loaded in Tray 8/T1.
Capacity: 200 sheets when using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper.
Paper type: 64-220 gsm
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Optional C/Z Folder
Item
Z-Fold Half Sheet
Specification
• Z-paper size: 11 x 17 in./A3, 10 x 14 in./B4, 8K
• Capacity:
-
Maximum: 80 sheets (A3/11 x 17 in. Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper
Z folding)
20 sheets for 8K and 10 x 14 in./B4
• Paper type: 16-24 lb./64-90 gsm
• Output tray: Stacker (middle) tray
C-Fold
Z-Fold
Single Fold
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• Paper size: A4/8.5 x 11 in.
• Number of sheets to be folded: 1 sheet
• Capacity: Minimum 30 sheets (When using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm
paper.)
• Paper type: 16-24 lb./64-90 gsm
• Output tray: C/Z Folder tray
Refer to Booklet Creation/Single Fold specifications for more
information
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SquareFold Trimmer
Module
Overview
The SquareFold Trimmer Module is an optional finishing device that is used in conjunction
with another optional finishing device that contains a booklet maker.
Note
The SquareFold Trimmer Module requires a finisher with a booklet maker attached.
The SquareFold Trimmer Module:
• Receives the booklet from the booklet maker area of the finisher
• Flattens the booklet spine, thereby reducing the booklet thickness and giving it the
appearance of a perfect-bound book
• Trims/cuts away the face (edge) of the booklet, resulting in a neat finished edge
The booklet is assembled and stapled in the booklet area of the finisher; therefore, the
booklet enters the SquareFold Trimmer Module already assembled. Any adjustments to
the image of the original and its placement on the booklet page must be done from the
machine UI, your print driver, or from the print server.
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Note
Always refer to the SquareFold Trimmer Module Hints and Tips section before using the
SquareFold Trimmer Module. The hints and tips section provides valuable information
about setting up your jobs, which in turn ensures the best possible output for your
print/copy jobs.
You may want to run one or more test prints/copies before running larger jobs.
Identifying the components
Main components
The main components consist of:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Top Left Cover: Open this cover to remove paper jams. The square fold mechanism
is found in this area.
Top Right Cover: Open this cover to remove paper jams. The trimming mechanism
is found in this area.
Booklet Output Tray: This tray receives square-fold booklet output from the finisher.
Control Panel: The Control Panel consists of a mimic display, buttons, and various
indicator lights.
Trimmer Waste Container: Collects scrap/waste from the trimmer. Pull open to
remove and dispose of trimmer waste scraps.
Note
The top covers cannot be opened during normal operation or when the machine is idle.
The covers can be opened only when an indicator is lit and a jam/fault occurs within the
SquareFold Trimmer Module.
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Paper path
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The booklet leaves the booklet area of the finisher and enters the SquareFold
Trimmer Module.
The Booklet Exit sensor (in the SquareFold Trimmer Module) detects the lead edge
(spine) of booklet and moves the booklet to the square fold area.
Once the booklet spine reaches the square fold area, the booklet is clamped and
the square-folding operation begins.
The booklet is flattened and the spine squared according to the square-fold setting
indicated on the control panel.
After the booklet is flattened and the spine squared, it is moved to the trimmer area.
a.
b.
6.
Based on the finished booklet size, the booklet is moved until the trail edge
reaches the trimmer cutter.
The trail edge is trimmed/cut (based on the finished booklet size entered for
the Trimmer Mode Setting).
The booklet is then moved to the exit area where it is transported to the Booklet
Output Tray.
Note
Booklets exiting/leaving the SquareFold Trimmer Module may contain trim
remnants/scraps from the previously trimmed booklet. This is due to static electricity
build-up and is normal. If booklets contain trim remnants/scraps, simply remove and
discard them.
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Control panel
The control panel consists of the following:
1.
Fault indicators: These indicators light when a fault or jam occurs in a particular
area of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
a.
b.
c.
This indicator lights when a jam occurs as the booklet is leaving the exit area
of the finisher.
This indicator lights when a jam occurs in the square fold area.
This indicator lights when a jam occurs in the trimmer area.
Note
If one of these indicators (1a, 1b, 1c) is lit, the top covers can be opened, and
the jam/fault cleared; otherwise, during normal operation or when the machine
is idle, the top covers cannot be opened.
d.
2.
This indicator lights when the Trimmer Waste Container is pulled out or when
it is full.
Square Fold options: This area of the control panel contains the following:
Note
The Square Fold options are available from your computer print driver, from your
print server, or from your machine UI (if it is a copier/printer). This is discussed in
more detail in the section entitled Square Fold options.
a.
b.
Settings button: Press this button to adjust the Square Fold setting; refer to the
next item.
Square Fold options: Select the desired setting; these settings are discussed in
more detail in the section entitled Square Fold options.
Square Fold feature
The Square Fold feature can be selected or accessed from your computer print driver,
the machine UI, or from the print server.
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Note
The Square Fold feature is available only when your machine is connected to both a
finisher with a booklet maker and the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
Note
The term Book Pressing is used synonymously with the terms Square Fold or Square
Folding.
Square fold options
The Square Fold (Book Pressing) feature can be switched on or off based on user
preference. When the feature is switched on, you can select one of five options depending
on your requirements for the finished booklet job.
Note
For the remainder of this section, the SquareFold Trimmer Module Control Panel and
the machine UI screens are shown. The individual print server and print driver screens
are not shown. The descriptions given for each of the Square Fold options are applicable
for network print jobs and apply to any print server/print driver connected to the machine.
1.
2.
3.
Square Fold/Book Pressing options on the machine UI; the illustration shown is a
representation only. The actual images on the machine UI may vary depending on
the machine to which it is connected.
SquareFold Trimmer Module control panel
+2/Higher/High 2: Use this setting when you want the most amount of pressure
applied to the spine of the booklet. The more pressure applied to the booklet, the
more square the booklet spine will be. The greatest amount of pressure that can be
applied to the booklet is +2.
Additionally, you may want to select this setting when your finished booklet is five
pages or less and on heavier weight paper (200 gsm or greater).
4.
5.
+1/High/High 1: Use this setting when you want a greater amount of pressure
applied to the spine of the booklet, but not as much pressure as the +2 setting uses.
Auto/Normal: This is the machine default setting and is used for most jobs.
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6.
-1/Low/Low 1: Use this setting when you want less pressure applied to the spine of
the booklet. The less pressure applied to the booklet, the more rounded the booklet
spine will be.
-2/Lower/Low 2: Select this setting when your finished booklet is five pages or less
and on lighter weight paper (100 gsm or lower). The least amount of pressure that
can be applied to the booklet is -2.
7.
Choose the setting that best fits your needs for the booklet output.
Note
You may want to run one or more test prints before running larger jobs.
The following illustration shows two different booklets: one booklet which was
square-folded and one booklet that was not square-folded.
1.
This booklet was not square-folded. It has a more rounded, thicker appearance to
the spine of the booklet.
This booklet was square-folded. The booklet spine is flattened and squared, giving
it the appearance of a perfect-bound book.
2.
Accessing the Square Fold options
Accessing the Square Fold options for network print jobs
For network print jobs, the Square Fold feature and its related options can be accessed
either from your computer’s print driver (before the job is submitted) for printing or at
the print server (after the job is submitted for printing). To access the Square Fold
feature/options for network print jobs, perform the following:
1. For jobs being sent from your computer, continue to the next step.
• For jobs already at the print server, continue to Step 3.
2. From your computer, open the desired job in its appropriate application (for example,
Microsoft Word® or Adobe Reader).
a) Select File and Print.
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b) From the Print window, select the desired machine (with the SquareFold Trimmer
Module attached to it), and then select Properties for that machine.
c) Continue to Step 4.
3. From the print server, if applicable, open the Properties of the desired job:
a) Double click on the job (from either the Hold or Printed Jobs queues).
b) From the Properties window, go to the Finishing/Output tab.
c) Continue to the next step.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Ensure that the correct output tray is selected (Booklet Maker Tray).
If necessary, ensure that the correct Stapling/Finishing/Folding features are selected.
Select the desired Square Fold (Book Pressing) option.
Select OK to save selections and close any Properties windows.
Send the job to the machine.
Accessing the Square Fold options for copy jobs
1. From the machine UI select Copy and the Output Format tab.
2. Select either Booklet Creation or Folding.
3. From the Booklet Creation screen perform the following:
a) Select On.
b) Select Fold & Staple.
c) From the Booklet Creation - Fold & Staple screen, select either Fold Only or Fold
& Staple.
To access the Square Fold feature, select the Booklet Trimming/Pressing button.
4. From the Folding screen, select Single Fold.
a) Select Fold as a Set.
b) Select Booklet Trimming/Pressing button to access the Square Fold (Book Pressing)
feature.
Trimmer feature
The Trimmer feature can be selected/accessed from your computer print driver, the
machine UI, or from the print server.
Note
The Trimmer feature is available only when your machine is connected to both a finisher
with a booklet maker and the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
Trimmer options
When using the Trimmer options, always consider the following:
• Booklets exiting/leaving the SquareFold Trimmer Module may contain trim
remnants/scraps from the previously trimmed booklet. This is due to static electricity
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build-up and is normal. If booklets contain trim remnants/scraps, simply remove and
discard them.
• The Trimmer feature can be switched on or off based on user preference. When the
feature is switched on, you can adjust the trim setting in 0.1 mm/0.0039 in. increments
depending on your requirements for the finished booklet job.
Note
For the remainder of this section, the machine UI screen is shown. The individual print
server and print driver screens are not shown. The descriptions given for each of the
Trimmer options are applicable for network print jobs, and apply to any print server/print
driver connected to the machine.
1.
2.
Select the arrow buttons to decrease or increase the trimmer setting. Adjustments
are made in 0.1 mm/0.0039 in. increments.
The trimmer setting is based on:
•
•
•
•
The number of sheets in the finished booklet
The finished booklet width size (such as 8.5 in./210 mm or 5.5 in./149 mm)
The media type (for example coated/uncoated, glossy)
The media weight
Note
Important! You may have to experiment with various settings in order to determine the
best settings for your particular job. Also, you may want to run one or more test prints
before running larger jobs in order to ensure the best possible booklet output.
Note
Trim settings cannot be adjusted to remove less than 2 mm (0.078 in.) or more than 20
mm (0.787 in.) of edge material from the booklet. Adjustments less than 2 mm (0.078
in.) may produce poor trim quality, and adjustments greater 20 mm (0.078 in.) result in
no trimming to the booklet edge.
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Choose the setting that best fits your needs for the booklet output.
Trim guidelines
The following table shows various scenarios using different paper weights, media types,
and trim setting selections. Use this table as a guideline when selecting a trim setting
for your specific job.
Note
The settings shown in the following table are provided as examples and are not meant
to represent every possible job scenario; again, use this table as a guideline only.
Number of
Approximate
Finished booklet Paper weight
pages in
trim setting
size
(lbs./gsm)
finished
(mm)
booklet
Scenario
number
Paper Size
1
8.5 x 11 in./A4 (210 5.5 x 8.5 in./149 x 20 lbs./75
x 298 mm)
210 mm
gsm
130
20
2
8.5 x 11 in./A4 (210 5.5 x 8.5 in./149 x 24 lbs./90
x 298 mm)
210 mm
gsm
125
14
3
8.5 x 11 in./A4 (210 5.5 x 8.5 in./149 x 32 lbs./120
x 298 mm)
210 mm
gsm
135
10
4
8.5 x 11 in./A4 (210 5.5 x 8.5 in./149 x 20 lbs./75
x 298 mm)
210 mm
gsm
125
10
5
8.5 x 11 in./A4 (210 5.5 x 8.5 in./149 x 80 lbs./120
x 298 mm)
210 mm
gsm
135
12
6
8.5 x 14 in./B4 (250 8.5 x 7 in./250 x
x 353 mm)
176.5 mm
20 lbs./75
gsm
172
6
7
8.5 x 14 in./B4 (250 8.5 x 7 in./250 x
x 353 mm)
176.5 mm
24 lbs./90
gsm
170
6
8
11 x 17 in./A3 (297 8.5 x 11 in./A4
x420 mm)
210 x 297 mm)
24 lbs./90
gsm
200
14
9
11 x 17 in./A3 (297 8.5 x 11 in./A4
x420 mm)
210 x 297 mm)
80 lbs./216
gsm
205
5
10
11 x 17 in./A3 (297 8.5 x 11 in./A4
x420 mm)
210 x 297 mm)
20 lbs./80
gsm
210
22
11
11 x 17 in./A3 (297 8.5 x 11 in./A4
x420 mm)
210 x 297 mm)
24 lbs./90
gsm
210
8
12
11 x 17 in./A3 (297 8.5 x 11 in./A4
x420 mm)
210 x 297 mm)
80 lbs./120
gsm
205
10
13
12 x 18 in./305 x
458 mm
6 x 9 in./152 x
229 mm
80 lbs./120
gsm
220
6
14
12 x 18 in./305 x
458 mm
6 x 9 in./152 x
229 mm
80 lbs./120
gsm
215
5
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Paper Size
Number of
Approximate
Finished booklet Paper weight
pages in
trim setting
size
(lbs./gsm)
finished
(mm)
booklet
15
12 x 18 in./305 x
458 mm
6 x 9 in./152 x
229 mm
80 lbs./120
gsm
210
4
16
12 x 18 in./305 x
458 mm
6 x 9 in./152 x
229 mm
28 lbs./105
gsm
220
16
17
12 x 18 in./305 x
458 mm
6 x 9 in./152 x
229 mm
80 lbs./120
gsm
210
14
Scenario
number
Accessing the Trimmer options
Accessing the Trimmer options for network print jobs
For network print jobs, the Trimmer feature and its related options can be accessed
either from your computer’s print driver (before the job is submitted for printing) or at
the print server (after the job is submitted for printing). To access the Trimmer
feature/options for network print jobs, perform the following:
1. For jobs being sent from your computer, continue to the next step.
• For jobs already at the print server, continue to Step 3.
2. From your computer, open the desired job in its appropriate application (for example,
Microsoft Word® or Adobe Reader).
a) Select File and Print.
b) From the Print window, select the desired machine (with the SquareFold Trimmer
Module attached to it), and then select Properties for that machine.
c) Continue to Step 4.
3. From the print server, if applicable, open the Properties of the desired job:
a) Double click on the job (from either the Hold or Printed Jobs queues).
b) From the Properties window, go to the Finishing/Output tab.
c) Continue to the next step.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Ensure that the correct output tray is selected (Booklet Maker Tray).
If necessary, ensure that the correct Stapling/Finishing/Folding features are selected.
Select the desired Trimmer option.
Select OK to save selections and close any Properties windows.
Send the job to the machine.
Accessing the Trimmer options for copy jobs
1. From the machine UI, select Copy and the Output Format tab.
2. Select either Booklet Creation or Folding.
3. From the Booklet Creation screen, perform the following:
a) Select On.
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b) Select Fold & Staple.
c) From the Booklet Creation - Fold & Staple screen, select either Fold Only or Fold
& Staple.
To access the Trimmer feature, select the Booklet Trimming/Pressing button.
4. From the Folding screen, select Single Fold.
a) Select Fold as a Set.
b) Select Booklet Trimming/Pressing button to access the Trimming feature.
Hints and tips
Printing full-page images on booklets
When using full-page images, ensure that the finished booklet size accommodates any
full-page images, and that when the booklet is trimmed, these images are not truncated.
Refer to the illustration.
1.
2.
This booklet has preprinted front and back covers with a full-page image. It was
printed on 8.5 x 14 in./B4 paper. The front cover, which was trimmed, displays the
entire image.
This same booklet was printed on 8.5 x 11 in./A4 paper. The image on the front
cover is truncated after trimming it.
Before you print any booklet job, you should consider your whole job, including the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
What is the desired size of the finished booklet?
Does the booklet contain full-page images?
Are you using preprinted covers with full-page images?
Are you trimming the booklet?
Do you need to shift any full-page images in order to ensure they fit on the finished
booklet?
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These are important questions which can affect the output of your booklet jobs, especially
if you are using full-page images and trimming the booklet edges.
Follow these tips
Follow these tips to ensure you get your desired output:
• Always run one or more test prints of your job before running a larger output quantity.
• Review your test prints for truncated images/text.
• If any images or text need shifting, use the various selections from your application’s
print driver; refer to your print driver’s Help information.
• Remember: it may take one or more test prints before you achieve your desired
output.
Problem solving
Jam clearance
Note
The top covers cannot be opened during normal operation or when the machine is idle.
The covers can be opened only when an indicator is lit and a jam/fault occurs within the
SquareFold Trimmer Module. For indicator details, refer to the control panel information
earlier in this section.
The paper path is shown in the above illustration. Clear any paper jams that may occur
along the paper path. If a jam occurs, the machine stops printing, and a message may
be displayed on the User Interface (UI).
Note
To determine if the jam/fault is within the finisher or with the SquareFold Trimmer
Module, always begin your troubleshooting with the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
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Clearing jams
Use the following procedure to clear jams or faults and then resume printing:
1. Follow the instructions displayed on the machine's UI.
2. If instructed by the machine UI, open the Top Left Cover and the Top Right Cover
of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
3. Look for any jammed booklets within the SquareFold Trimmer Module paper path
and remove them.
4. Check for loose trim scraps along the paper path and remove them.
5. Close the Top Left and Right Covers.
6. Empty the Trimmer Waste Container.
7. Ensure that the Trimmer Waste Container is completely pushed in/closed.
8. Ensure that all covers on the SquareFold Trimmer Module are closed.
9. If the SquareFold Trimmer Module Control Panel and/or the machine’s UI indicate
there is a still a jam, recheck the SquareFold Trimmer Module (steps 1-8).
10. If necessary, open the finisher to look for jams/faults along the finisher path.
11. Follow the instructions displayed on the machine UI to resume printing.
Clearing E1/E2 jams
Use the following procedure to clear jams when the E1 and/or E2 LED is lit on the
SquareFold Trimmer Module control panel.
1. Make sure that the machine is not in operation, and press the button on the left cover
of the Trimmer unit to open the cover.
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2. Remove the jammed paper.
3. If you cannot remove the paper in Step 2, open the right cover of the finisher.
4. Turn the knob 4a to the right, and then remove the jammed paper.
5. Close the left cover of the Trimmer unit.
6. If you opened the right cover of the finisher in Step 3, close the cover.
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Note
A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the right cover of
the finisher is even slightly open.
Clearing E3 jams
Use the following procedure to clear jams when the E3 LED is lit on the SquareFold
Trimmer Module control panel.
1. Make sure that the machine is not in operation, and press the button on the right
cover of the Trimmer unit to open the cover.
2. Remove the jammed paper.
3. Close the right cover of the Trimmer unit.
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Fault codes
If a jam/fault occurs in the SquareFold Trimmer Module, the machine’s UI displays a
jam/fault message. The following table provides a list of fault codes for the SquareFold
Trimmer Module and a list of related finisher fault codes.
Note
The top covers cannot be opened during normal operation or when the machine is idle.
The covers can be opened only when an indicator is lit and a jam/fault occurs within the
SquareFold Trimmer Module. For indicator details, refer to the control panel information
earlier in this section.
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Cause: Finisher jam or fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
If machine UI continues to reflect a fault/jam, go to the finisher:
• Open the finisher.
• Remove any jams
• Close the finisher cover(s).
2.
Follow the instructions shown on the machine UI to resume printing.
3.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
4.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Finisher jam or fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
If machine UI continues to reflect a fault/jam, go to the finisher:
• Open the finisher.
• Remove any jams
• Close the finisher cover(s).
2.
Follow the instructions shown on the machine UI to resume printing.
3.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
4.
If fault persists, call for service.
012-302
Cause: Finisher jam or fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
If machine UI continues to reflect a fault/jam, go to the finisher:
• Open the finisher.
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• Remove any jams
• Close the finisher cover(s).
2.
Follow the instructions shown on the machine UI to resume printing.
3.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
4.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-101
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-102
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
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• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-103
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-104
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-105
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
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6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
013-106
Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: The Trimmer Waste Container is full or has a fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Pull open the container and empty any trimmer scraps from it.
2.
Reinsert the container into the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
3.
Ensure that the container is fully pushed in, and that the indicator light is not lit.
4.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps.
5.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
6.
If fault persists, call for service.
013-221
Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
013-222
Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
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2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
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1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
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Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam or communication error with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Power off/on the machine.
2.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: A top cover is open or a jam/fault occurred with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps.
7.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
8.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: A top cover is open
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
3.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
4.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
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6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: Jam/fault with the SquareFold Trimmer Module
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
2.
Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas.
3.
Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers.
4.
Check the Trimmer Waste Container:
• If full, empty the container and reinsert it in the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
• If the container is partially pulled out, push it completely in.
5.
If necessary, follow any remaining instructions on the machine’s UI.
6.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps; if fault persists after that, call for service.
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Cause: The Trimmer Waste Container is full or has a fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Pull open the container and empty any trimmer scraps from it.
2.
Reinsert the container into the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
3.
Ensure that the container is fully pushed in, and that the indicator light is not lit.
4.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps.
5.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
6.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: The Trimmer Waste Container is full or has a fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Pull open the container and empty any trimmer scraps from it.
2.
Reinsert the container into the SquareFold Trimmer Module.
3.
Ensure that the container is fully pushed in, and that the indicator light is not lit.
4.
If fault persists, repeat the previous steps.
5.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
6.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Cause: Booklet Tray on the SquareFold Trimmer Module is full
Remedy: Perform the following:
1.
Remove any booklets from the tray.
2.
If fault persists, power off/on the machine.
3.
If fault persists, call for service.
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Technical data
Specifications
Item
Paper size
Specifications
• Maximum: 13 x 18 in./330 x 457 mm
• Minimum: 8.5 x 11 in./A4 SEF
Note
The SquareFold Trimmer Module requires both the Interface Cooling
Module and the Booklet Maker Finisher.
Trim capacity
• 5-20 sheet booklet (up to 80 imaged sides) at 24 lb./90 gsm
• 5-25 sheet booklet (up to 100 imaged sides) at 200 lb./80 gsm
Cut amount: 2-20 mm, adjustable in 0.1 mm increments
Paper weights
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16 lb. bond-90 lb. cover (60-220 gsm)
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Standard Finisher Plus
The Standard Finisher Plus acts as a communication device and provides a paper path
between the print engine, the required Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module, and
any third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) device that is attached to the
machine.
The Standard Finisher Plus supports a number of optional finishing devices ranging from
light-production print engines to futuristic devices that utilize other communication and
physical interfaces.
Overview
Note
The Standard Finisher Plus requires either the Interface Module or the Interface Cooling
Module (depending on your product and machine configuration).
The Standard Finisher Plus consists of these two modules:
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1.
Finisher Module
2.
Finishing Transport
Output prints are fed from the machine (and any attached optional finishing device) to
the Finisher Module. The Finishing Transport serves as an interface to transfer paper
from the Finisher Module and the attached third-party output device. The Finishing
Transport moves the paper from the Finisher Module to one of the three Finishing
Transport exits. The height of the paper entry on the third-party, DFA device must align
with the Finishing Transport exit 1 or exit 2.
The Finishing Transport is built to support a number of finishing operations ranging
from light-production print engines to futuristic devices that utilize other communication
and physical interfaces.
Finisher Module
Finisher Module main components
The Finisher Module includes the following components:
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Component
Finisher Module
Function
Output prints are fed from the machine through the
required Interface Module or Interface Cooling Module
(depending on product and machine configuration) to
the Finisher Module which then feeds the prints to the
Finishing Transport for delivery to a third-party output
device.
The Finisher Module is shown here with the optional C/Z
Folder.
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No.
Component
Function
2
Post-process inserter (Tray
8/Tray T1)
3
Punch scrap container
Collects the scraps from the puncher. Open to remove
the scraps.
4
Staple cartridge
Contains staples; remove this cartridge to replace staples
and clear staple jams.
5
Staple waste container
Container for staple waste; remove this container when
full.
6
Top tray
The Top Tray is used for stacked output, and can receive
up to 500 sheets of 20 lb./80 gsm paper. Copies are
delivered here when specific output features are selected,
such as Automatic sorting, Collated, Uncollated, or
Normal.
7
Stacker (middle) tray
The Stacker Tray is used for offset and/or stapled output,
and can hold up to 2000 sheets of 20 lb./80 gsm paper.
This tray also receives copies when you punch and Z-fold
copies.
• This tray is standard on this finisher and is used to
load paper that will be used as separators and covers.
• Paper loaded here is not printed on; use this tray for
pre-printed stock and for insertion into the printed
output. (This tray is also known as the Interposer).
• Tray 8 holds a maximum of 200 sheets when using
20 lb./75 gsm paper.
• Paper can be loaded in the LEF or SEF direction.
Note
Both the Top and Stacker Trays can be used for hole
punched output (optional).
8
Right cover
Open to clear paper jams, replace staples, clear jammed
staples, or remove the scraps from the puncher.
9
C/Z-Fold output tray
(optional)
The optional Folder tray receives copies when you select
C-folding or Z-folding of 8.5 x 11 in./A4 output and 11 x
17 in./A3 media.
10
Left cover.
Open this cover to access the machine and to clear paper
jams.
Folding feature
If your machine is equipped with the Booklet Maker Finisher and/or the C/Z Folder, you
can make prints using the folding option. The option folds your prints in half (single or
bi-folding) or in thirds (C-fold or Z-fold types). The folding option is selected from the
print driver.
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Note
In order to use the folding option, the orientation of documents must be short-edge
feed (SEF). You must select a paper tray that contains SEF stock.
Fold types
Important
The Single Fold (Bi-Fold) option is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher. The
C-Fold and Z-Fold options are available only with the C/Z Folder.
These fold types are available:
Single Fold (Bi-Fold)
A Bi-Fold has one fold which creates two panels to the output.
C-Fold
A C-Fold has two folds which creates a three-panel output.
Z-Fold
A Z-Fold has two folds that are folded in opposite directions, resulting in a type of fan
fold.
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Z-Fold Half Sheet (shown here with 3-hole punch)
As with a regular Z-Fold, it has two folds that are folded in the opposite directions. The
difference between a regular Z-Fold and a Z-Fold Half Sheet is that the Z-Fold Half
Sheet is not folded in two equal folds. The two folds are unequal which allows one edge
of the Z-Fold Half Sheet to have a longer edge, and the longer edge allows for stapling
or hole punching.
Loading paper/tabs in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)
1. If necessary, remove any remaining media that is currently loaded in Tray 8/T1.
2. Hold the center of the paper guides and slide them to their desired paper size.
3. Load the paper/tabs, aligning it to the front side of the tray.
a) If the paper is preprinted, load the paper with the printed side facing up.
b) If the media is tab stock, load the tab side to be fed first (in the direction of the
arrow as shown in the above illustration).
4. From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,
type, weight, and if necessary, decurler and/or alignment option
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If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray Properties screen may be
displayed on the UI.
5. Select OK to save the information and close the Tray Properties window.
Finishing Transport
Finishing Transport main components
The Finishing Transport is comprised of the following components:
No.
Component
Function
1
Finishing Transport
The Finishing Transport serves as an interface to
transfer paper from the Finisher Module and the
attached third-party output device.
2
Finishing Transport status display This display indicates the status of the Finishing
Transport and shows the locations of any paper jams.
3
Finishing Transport front door
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Open to clear paper jams and clean the paper path
areas.
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Finishing Transport status indicators
The mimic display indicates the status of the Finishing Transport and the location of
the paper jams.
Refer to the following table for detailed information on the
Location
Power indicator
Fault indicator
LED Color
Status
Reason
Green
ON
The Finishing Transport power is on and
functioning properly.
OFF
The Finishing Transport power is off.
ON
May be one of the following:
Red
• Paper jam indication
• Open front door
Area 1
Red
ON
Paper jam in Area 1
Area 2
Red
ON
Paper jam in Area 2
Area 3
Red
ON
Paper jam in Area 3
Area 4
Red
ON
Paper jam in Area 4
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Standard Finisher Plus maintenance
Standard Finisher Plus consumable supplies
Xerox supplies, paper, and throughput material can be ordered from Xerox by going to
www.xerox.com and clicking on either the Contact Us link for specific contact
information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on the Supplies and
entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family and model type).
Note
Always refer to www.xerox.com for the latest Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs) part
numbers.
Store supply items and Xerox parts in their original packages in a convenient location.
Supply Item
Supply Unit Shipped with finisher/Reorder Quantity
Staple cartridge/staple waste
container
4 staple cartridges (5000 staples per cartridge) and 1 staple
waste container per carton
Replace the standard staple cartridge
A message displays on the UI when it is time to replace a staple cartridge.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
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3. Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge
from the finisher.
4. Hold the positions as indicated by the arrow and remove the staple cartridge from
the unit.
5. Push a new staple cartridge into the unit.
6. Reinstall the cartridge unit to its original position in the finisher.
7. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Replacing the Staple Waste Container on the finisher
The machine displays a message indicating that the Staple Waste Container is full. To
replace the container:
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Locate the Staple Waste Container ( R5) in the finisher, and move the lock lever to
the unlock position.
4. Hold R5 as shown in the figure and remove the staple waste container from the
machine.
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5. Place the used staple waste container into a supplied plastic bag.
Note
Do not return a disassembled (used) container to the Customer Support Center.
6. Hold the new staple waste container by the R5 handle area and push it into the
machine.
Note
To prevent injury, do not put your fingers on top of the container.
7. Push R5 until the lock lever moves to the locked position.
8. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Empty the Punch Waste Container
The UI displays a message indicating when it is time to empty the Punch Waste
Container.
Caution
Only remove the Punch Waste Container while the system is powered ON. If you switch
off the power when emptying the container, the machine cannot detect that the
container was emptied.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull the container out of the finisher ( R4).
4. Discard all the punch scraps in an appropriate container.
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5. Reinsert the empty container into the machine.
6. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Problem solving
Paper jams in the Finisher Module
Paper jams in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)
1. Press the Cover button.
2. Open cover 1e and then remove the jammed paper and all paper loaded in the tray.
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Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Fan the paper you removed, making sure that all four corners are neatly aligned, and
then load them again.
4. Push cover 1e until you hear it click into place.
Note
A message is displayed and the machine does not operate if the cover is open even
slightly.
Paper jams inside the finisher left cover
Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
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3. Move lever 1a downward and turn knob 1c left. Remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return lever 1a to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams at lever 1d
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
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3. Move lever 1d upwards and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Move the lever 1d to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams at lever 1b
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the finisher left cover.
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3. Move the lever 1b to the right and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Move the lever 1b to the original position.
5. Close the finisher left cover completely.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams inside the finisher right cover
Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
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2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the levers 3b and 3d; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the levers 3b and 3d to their original positions.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 3e and turn the knob 3c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 3e its original position.
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5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 3g and turn the knob 3f and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
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4. Return the lever 3g its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 4b and turn the knob 3a; remove the jammed paper.
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Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 4b its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at the optional C/Z Folder
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
This section describes how to remedy paper jams that occur at the following locations:
•
•
•
•
Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a
Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c
Remove jams at knob 2c, levers 2e and 2f, and the folder output tray (2d)
Paper jams at the folder output tray (2d) and at lever 2g
Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
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2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 2a and turn the knob 3a; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 2a to its original position.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the lever 2b and turn the knob 2c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the lever 2b to its original position.
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5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull out the folder output tray ( 2d), swing lever 2e to the right, and remove the
jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
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4. If you cannot remove the paper, return the lever 2e to its original position. Swing
the lever 2e, turn the knob 2c to the right, and remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
5. Return the opened lever ( 2f) or ( 2e) to its original position, and close the output
tray ( 2d).
6. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
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2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Pull out the folder output tray ( 2d), swing lever the 2g, and remove the jammed
paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the opened lever ( 2g) to its original position, and close the output tray ( 2d).
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams in areas 4b and 4c
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Move the levers 4b and 4c; remove the jammed paper.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
4. Return the opened levers ( 4b and 4c) their original positions.
5. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
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Paper jams at the finisher output area
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs.
This section describes how to remedy paper jams that occur at the following locations:
• Paper jams at the finisher top tray
• Paper jams at the finisher stacker tray
Note
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Paper jams at finisher top tray
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Remove jammed paper from the finisher top tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Open and close the finisher right cover.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
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Paper jams at finisher stacker tray
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
2. Remove jammed paper from the finisher stacker tray.
Note
If paper is torn, check inside the machine and remove it.
3. Open and close the finisher right cover.
Note
The machine will not operate if the cover is open even slightly.
Paper jams in the Finishing Transport
Paper jams in area 1
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
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Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs. If paper is torn, check inside the Finishing
Transport and remove it.
1. Open the Finishing Transport front door.
2. Grasp the green handle 1 and gently pull downwards.
3. Remove the jammed paper.
For a paper jam at the exit of the Finisher Module and the entry of the Finishing
Transport, remove it by pulling the paper towards the Finishing Transport.
4. Return the green handle 1 to its original position.
5. Close the Finishing Transport front door.
6. Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status
display.
7. Follow the instructions on the UI to restart your print job.
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Paper jams in area 2
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs. If paper is torn, check inside the Finishing
Transport and remove it.
1. Open the Finishing Transport front door.
2. Grasp the green handle 2 and gently pull down and toward the right.
3. Remove the jammed paper.
4. If necessary, rotate the green knob in the direction shown to remove any jammed
paper in this area.
5. Return the green handle 2 to its original position.
6. Close the Finishing Transport front door.
7. Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status
display.
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8. Follow the instructions on the UI to restart your print job.
Paper jams in area 3
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs. If paper is torn, check inside the Finishing
Transport and remove it.
1. Open the Finishing Transport front door.
2. Grasp the green handle 3 and gently pull toward the left.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the jammed paper.
Return the green handle 3 to its original position.
Close the Finishing Transport front door.
Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status
display.
7. Follow the instructions on the UI to restart your print job.
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Paper jams in area 4
Remedies differ according to the paper jam location. Follow the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
Tip
Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared
before proceeding with your print jobs. If paper is torn, check inside the Finishing
Transport and remove it.
1. Open the Finishing Transport front door.
2. Grasp the green handle 4 and gently pull toward the right.
3. Remove the jammed paper.
4. Check for and remove any jammed paper between the Finishing Transport exit and
the entrance to the attached third-party device.
5. Return the green handle 4 to its original position.
6. Close the Finishing Transport front door.
7. Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status
display.
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8. Follow the instructions on the UI to restart your print job.
Stapler faults
Follow the procedures provided when the output is not stapled or the staples are bent.
Contact our Customer Support Center if the problem persists after you have tried the
following solutions. Stapler faults on output may look similar to the ones shown in the
following illustration.
1.
No staple
2.
Bent staple
3.
One side of staple rising up
4.
Staple bent in reverse direction
5.
Flattened staple
6.
Entire staple rising up
7.
Staple rising up with the center pressed in
If the output is stapled as shown in the figure above, contact our Customer Support
Center.
Note
Depending on the type of paper that is being stapled, the stapled nails may be bent. If
the bent nails are stuck inside the machine, they may eventually cause paper jams.
Remove the bent staple when opening the staple cartridge cover. If you do not remove
the bent staple, a staple jam may occur as a result. Use the staple cartridge cover only
when removing the bent staple.
Staple jams in the standard staple cartridge
Perform the following procedure to clear staple jams in the standard staple cartridge.
Note
Always check inside the finisher for any individual staples or staple remnants.
1. Make sure that the machine has stopped printing.
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2. Open the right cover on the finisher.
3. Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge
from the finisher.
4. Check the inside of the finisher for any remaining staples, and if necessary, remove
them.
5. Open the staple cartridge unit as shown and remove the jammed staple.
Warning
To avoid injury to your fingers, carefully remove the jammed staples from the
cartridge.
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6. Reinstall the cartridge unit to its original position in the finisher.
7. Close the right cover on the finisher.
Note
A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open
even slightly.
Standard Finisher Plus fault codes
Finisher Module fault codes
If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after
following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center.
013-108
Cause: The transport in sensor in the Finishing Transport did not switch ON within a
specified amount of time.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
013-109
Cause: The transport exit sensor in the Finishing Transport did not switch ON within
a specified amount of time.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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013-110
Cause: The transport exit sensor in the Finishing Transport did not switch OFF within
a specified amount of time.
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
013-910
Cause: Paper jam at the transport in sensor (Finishing Transport)
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
013-911
Cause: Paper jam at the transport exit sensor (Finishing Transport)
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
Finishing Transport fault codes
If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after
following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center.
051-100
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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051-101
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-102
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-103
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-104
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-105
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
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• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-106
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-107
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-108
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-109
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-110
Cause: Paper jam
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Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-111
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-210
Cause: Registration clutch solenoid fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-211
Cause: Diverter solenoid fault
Remedy: Perform the following:
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-300
Cause: Finishing Transport front door is open
Remedy: Close the front door of the Finishing Transport.
051-310
Cause: Finishing Transport firmware fault upgrade
Remedy: Perform the following:
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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051-900
Cause: Paper jam
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing
Transport paper paths and clear them.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
Third-party DFA fault codes
The following table provides a list of fault codes that indicate that a jam or fault has
occurred in the attached third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) device.
If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after
following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center.
051-910
Cause: Either the DFA device is not ready or other fault has occurred with it
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow the
instructions to bring the device back online.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-911
Cause: Either the DFA device is not ready or other fault has occurred with it
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow the
instructions to bring the device back online.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-912
Cause: The DFA device is either full or out of supplies
Remedy: Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow
the instructions to clear the fault and/or replenish the depleted supplies.
051-913
Cause: Paper jam in the DFA device
Remedy: Perform the following:
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• Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow the
instructions to clear the fault.
• If necessary, set the correct profile value; refer to the System Administration Guide,
Profiles chapter for more information.
• If necessary, refer to the DFA user documentation for setting/changing profile values.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-914
Cause: Paper jam in the DFA device
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow the
instructions to clear the fault.
• If necessary, set the correct profile value; refer to the System Administration Guide,
Profiles chapter for more information.
• If necessary, refer to the DFA user documentation for setting/changing profile values.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
051-915
Cause: Paper jam in the DFA device
Remedy: Perform the following:
• Refer to any user documentation that came with your DFA device and follow the
instructions to clear the fault.
• If necessary, set the correct profile value; refer to the System Administration Guide,
Profiles chapter for more information.
• If necessary, refer to the DFA user documentation for setting/changing profile values.
• If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print
job.
• If the fault persists, contact the Customer Support Center.
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Specifications
This section provides specifications on the Standard Finisher Plus.
Finisher Module specifications
Item
Tray Type
Supported Paper Size
Specification
• Top Tray: Collated/Uncollated
• Stacker (middle) Tray: Collated/Uncollated (Offset available)
Top Tray:
• Maximum: SRA3, 13 x19 in., 12.6 x19.2 in., 330 x 488 mm (custom
size)
• Minimum: 100 x 148 mm (SEF), 4 x 6 in. (SEF), A6 (SEF) postcards
Stacker (middle) Tray:
• Maximum: 13 x 19 in. (330 x 488 mm), SRA3
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Booklet Tray (optional Booklet Maker Finisher only):
• Maximum: 13 x 18 in., SRA3
• Minimum: A4 (SEF), 8.5 x 11 in. (SEF)
Optional C/Z Folder tray: Supports A4 (SEF) and 8.5 x 11 in. (SEF)
Delivery to a supported third-party, DFA device:
• Maximum: 13 x 19 in., SRA3
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Supported Paper Weight Trays:
• Top Tray: 55-350 gsm
• Stacker (middle) Tray: 55-300 gsm
• Booklet Tray (optional Booklet Maker Finisher only):
-
Center binding 64-300 gsm
Center folding 60-105 gsm
• Optional C/Z Folder tray: 64-90 gsm
Delivery to a supported third-party, DFA device: 55-350 gsm
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Tray Capacity
Specification
•
•
•
•
Top Tray: 500 sheets
Stacker (middle)Tray: 2,000 sheets, 200 sets*
Booklet Tray (optional Booklet Maker Finisher only): 20 sets**
Optional C/Z Folder tray: Minimum 30 sheets
*When using A4 LEF, B5 LEF, 8.5 x 11 in. LEF, 8 x 10 in. LEF, 7.5 x 10.5
in. LEF only. When using paper of other sizes, tray capacity is 1,500
sheets and 100 sets.
**Tray may not support some paper types.
Stapling (variable length) Maximum staple sheets: 100 sheets
• When using paper of size larger than A4 or 8.5 x 11 in., the
maximum number of sheets that can be stapled is 65.
• Staple nails may bend when using certain paper types.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
Staple position:
• 1 location: (front: angled stapling, center: parallel stapling, back:
parallel stapling*)
• 2 locations: (parallel stapling)
• 4 locations: A4 (LEF) and 8.5 x 11 in. (LEF) parallel stapling
*: Angled stapling for A3 and A4
Hole Punching
Supported paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5 LEF (2 holes), A4 LEF (4 holes)
Number of holes: 2, 4, 3 (optional)
Paper type: 55-220 gsm
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Item
Booklet Creation/Single
Fold
Specification
Maximum number of sheets:
• Fold and Staple: 25 sheets
• Fold only: 5 sheets
When using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper, only 14 sheets can be stapled
if adding a cover.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3, 13 x 18 in.
• Minimum: A4 SEF, 8.5 x 11 in. SEF
Note
When using light-weight stocks, media jams may occur with Booklet
Creation, Single Fold, and stapling for output that is 25 sheets or
more. If media jams do occur, it is recommended that a different
media type is selected for the job.
Paper type: Fold only or Fold and Staple: 55-350gsm uncoated, 106300gsm coated
Paper Weights/Booklet Capacity:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Folding
Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process
Inserter; also called
Interposer)
64-80 gsm, Uncoated: 25 sheets
81-90 gsm, Uncoated: 20 sheets
91-105 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets
106-128 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
129-150 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
151-176 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets
177-220 gsm, Uncoated: 5 sheets, Coated: 5 sheets
221-256gsm, 4 sheets max. coated or uncoated
257-350gsm, 3 sheets max, coated or uncoated
Note
Non-stapled fold sets are limited to 5 sheets of paper.
Paper size:
• Maximum: A3/11 x 17 in.
• Minimum: B5, Executive (7.25 x 10.5 in.)
The machine does not print on paper loaded in Tray 8/T1.
Capacity: 200 sheets when using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper.
Paper type: 64-220 gsm
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Optional C/Z Folder
Item
Z-Fold Half Sheet
Specification
• Z-paper size: 11 x 17 in./A3, 10 x 14 in./B4, 8K
• Capacity:
-
Maximum: 80 sheets (A3/11 x 17 in. Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm paper
Z folding)
20 sheets for 8K and 10 x 14 in./B4
• Paper type: 16-24 lb./64-90 gsm
• Output tray: Stacker (middle) tray
C-Fold
Z-Fold
• Paper size: A4/8.5 x 11 in.
• Number of sheets to be folded: 1 sheet
• Capacity: Minimum 30 sheets (When using Xerox 20 lb./75 gsm
paper.)
• Paper type: 16-24 lb./64-90 gsm
• Output tray: C/Z Folder tray
Finishing Transport specifications
Item
Specification
Paper size
7.16 x 19.2 in./182 x 488 mm, Process direction. Center Registered:
7.16 x 13 in./;182 x 330.2 mm, Process direction
Paper weight
52-350 gsm
Transparencies/coated
paper
Transparencies/Coated Paper Stock can be used
Speed
50 to 155 prints per minute (ppm)
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1-Sided print jobs
loading pre-drilled stock in the OHCF (Trays
6/7) 13-6
2-Sided print jobs
loading pre-drilled stock in the OHCF (Trays
6/7) 13-7
B
Faults 8-3
Current Faults 8-3
Current Messages
Fault History
Current Messages 8-3
Fault History 8-3
Feeding devices 1-6
Finishing devices 1-6
Billing Information 8-4
billing meters/usage counters 8-4
Usage Counters
User Account Billing Information 8-5
billing meters/usage counters 8-4
G
C
Help 2-1
on the customer documentation CD/DVD
2-1
on the Print server customer
documentation CD/DVD 2-1
on the World Wide Web 2-1
High Capacity Feeder (HCF)
Problem solving 10-1, 12-3
High Capacity Stacker (HCS) 1-10
components 15-2
control panel 15-3
fault codes 15-10
hints and tips 15-9
overview 15-1
paper jams
E1, E2, and E3 15-5
E4, E5, and E6 15-6
E7 15-7
E8 15-8
power, loss of 15-10
problem solving 15-5
specifications 15-25
stop button 15-3
top tray
stop button 15-3
unloading
stacker tray 15-4
Checking the status of CRUs 9-9
Cleaning the document cover and glass 9-2
Cleaning the machine 9-1
cleaning the document feeder rollers 9-5
cleaning the exterior 9-2
Current Faults 8-3
Current Messages 8-3
Current System Software 8-2
Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs)
D
D 11-1
E
Energy Saver 1exit energy saver mode
Low power mode
Sleep mode 1-5
Error codes, See Fault codes
F
Fault codes 12-10
Interface Module fault codes 14-9
OHCF fault codes
SquareFold Trimmer Module 17-16
Fault History 8-3
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H
I
Interface Module 1-8, 14-1
i
Index
See also Interface Cooling Module
clearing jams 14-5
control panel 14-3
fault codes 14-9
manual decurler buttons on the Interface
Module 14-4
paper curl settings on the Interface Module
14-4
paper curl settings on the Module
paper jams at lever 1a 14-5
paper jams at lever 2a 14-6
paper jams at lever 2b 14-8
paper path 14-4
preset decurler settings on the Interface
Module
problem solving
See also Interface Cooling Module
Maintenance 9-1
replacing consumable supplies
Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs)
Media
loading media in the optional OHCF 13-4
loading media in Trays 1, 2, 3, and 4 3-1
O
Optional feeding devices 1-6
Optional finishing devices 1-6
Oversized High Capacity Feeder
OHCF problem solving 13-9
OHCF specifications 13-22
Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF) 13-1,
13Overwrite Hard Disk 8-2
J
P
Jam clearance, See Paper jams
Job Status 7-1
Charge Print 7-4
overview 7-1
Paper
curl
M
Machine Configuration 8-2
Machine Information
Current System Software 8-2
Machine Configuration 8-2
Machine serial number
Current System Software
Machine Configuration
Software Version
Paper Tray Status
Print Reports
Overwrite Hard
Disk
Overwrite Hard Disk 8-2
Paper Tray Status 8-1
Print Reports 8-2
Software Version 8-2
Machine serial number
Machine Status 8-1
Billing Information 8-4
Faults 8-3
Machine Information
Supplies
Tools tab 8-6
Stored Programming
ii
settings on Interface Module 14-4
settings on the Interface Module
settings on the Interface Module 14-4
loading paper in the OHCF (Trays 6/7) 13-4
loading paper in Trays 1 and 2 3-2
loading paper in Trays 3 and 4 3-3
trays 1, 2, 3, and 4 3-1
Paper jams 10-1
at OHCF lever 1a and knob 1c
at OHCF lever 1b and knob 1c
at OHCF lever 1d and knob 1c
Bypass (Tray 5) 10-3
Duplex module 3 10-7
Envelope jams in the Bypass tray 10-4
High Capacity Stacker (HCS)
E1, E2, and E3 15-5
E4, E5, and E6 15-6
E7 15-7
E8 15-8
inside the OHCF trays (A1-1 and A1-2)
Interface Module
lever 1a 14-5
lever 2a 14-6
lever 2b 14-8
Lower left cover jams 10-2
Main unit jams 10-9
OHCF
inside trays A1-1 and A1-2 13-10
lever 1a and knob 1c 13-10
lever 1b and knob 1c 13-11
lever 1d and knob 1c 13-12
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Index
SquareFold Trimmer Module 17-12
E1/E2 17-13
E3 17-15
Standard Finisher Plus
area 1 18-30
area 2 18-32
area 3 18-33
area 4
area4 18-34
areas 4b and 4c 18-28
at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d 18-25
at 2d and lever 2g 18-26
finisher stacker tray 16-28, 18-30
finisher top tray 16-27, 18-29
lever 1a and knob 1c 18-14
lever 1b 16-17, 18-16
lever 1d 16-16, 18-15
lever 2a and knob 3a 18-22
lever 2b and knob 2c 18-24
lever 3b and 3d 18-17
lever 3e and knob 3c 18-19
lever 3g and knob 3f 18-20
lever 4b and knob 3a 18-21
Tray 8 (Post-Process Inserter) 16-14,
18-13
Transport unit 4 10-6
Trays 1-4 10-5
Paper Tray Attributes 8-6
Paper Tray Status 8-1
Postcard bracket 13-2
using the Postcard bracket 13-2
Power Saver, See Energy Saver
Pre-drilled stock
loading in the OHCF (Trays 6/7) 13-6, 13-7
loading in Trays 1, 2, 3, and 4 3-4
Print Reports 8-2
Print server
overview 1-6
Printed output problems
paper curl settings on the Interface Module
14-4
printing 6-1
Problem solving
High Capacity Stacker (HCS) 15-5
Interface Module problem solving
OHCF problem solving 13-9
SquareFold Trimmer Module 17-12
Standard Finisher Plus 18-13
R
Replacing consumable supplies
Xerox® D110/D125/D136 Printer
User Guide
S
Secure Print Jobs & More tab
Charge Print 7-4
Skew adjustment levers
for trays 1 and 2
for trays A1-1 and A1-2 (OHCF) 13-8
for trays A1-1 and A1-2 (OHCF)
Software Version 8-2
Specifications 11-1
SquareFold Trimmer Module 17-1
components 17-2
control panel 17-4
fault codes 17-16
fold options 17-5
hints and tips 17-11
full-page images, printing 17-11
indicator lights 17-4
overview 17-1
paper jams 17-12
E1/E2 17-13
E3 17-15
paper path 17-3
problem solving 17-12
square fold feature 17-4
fold options 17-5
fold options, accessing 17-5
trimmer feature 17-7
finished booklet size 17-9
trimmer options 17-7
trimming guidelines 17-9
trimmer options 17-7
Standard Finisher 1-10
Standard Finisher Plus 1-12, 18-1
fault codes
Finisher Module 18-37
Finishing Transport 18-38
third-party DFA 18-42
Finisher Module
components 18-2
fault codes 18-37
fold types 16-4, 18-4
specifications 18-44
optional C/Z folder 18-47
Finishing Transport 18-47
components 18-6
fault codes 18-38
specifications 18-47
status indicators 18-7
fold types 16-4, 18-4
maintenance
punch waste container, emptying
16-12, 18-12
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Index
standard staple cartridge, replacing
16-7, 18-8
standard staple waste container,
replacing 16-10, 18-10
overview 18-1
paper jams
area 1 18-30
area 2 18-32
area 3 18-33
area 4 18-34
areas 4b and 4c 18-28
at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d 18-25
at 2d and lever 2g 18-26
finisher stacker tray 16-28, 18-30
finisher top tray 16-27, 18-29
lever 1a and knob 1c 18-14
lever 1b 16-17, 18-16
lever 1d 16-16, 18-15
lever 2a and knob 3a 18-22
lever 2b and knob 2c 18-24
lever 3b and 3d 18-17
lever 3e and knob 3c 18-19
lever 3g and knob 3f 18-20
lever 4b and knob 3a 18-21
Tray 8 (Post-Process Inserter) 16-14,
18-13
problem solving 18-13
punch waste container, emptying 16-12,
18-12
specifications 18-44, 18-47
Finisher Module 18-44
optional C/Z folder 18-47
Finishing Transport
standard staple cartridge, replacing 16-7,
18-8
standard staple waste container, replacing
16-10, 18-10
staple jams
in standard staple cartridge 18-35
stapler faults 16-30, 18-35
third-party DFA
fault codes 18-42
Standard/Booklet Maker Finisher 16-1
components 16-1
Stored Programming
Supplies
T
Tab stock
loading in the OHCF (Trays 6/7) 13-4
loading in Trays 3 and 4 3-4
Third-party finishing devices 1-12
Tools
Paper Tray Attributes 8-6
Tools tab 8-6
Transparencies
loading in the OHCF (Trays 6/7) 13-5
loading in Trays 1-4 3-5
Trays
loading media in the OHCF 13-4
loading media in Trays 1, 2, 3, and 4 3-1
loading paper in the OHCF (Trays 6/7) 13-4
loading paper in Trays 1 and 2 3-2
loading paper in Trays 3 and 4 3-3
loading pre-drilled stock in the OHCF (Trays
6/7) 13-6, 13-7
loading pre-drilled stock in Trays 1, 2, 3,
and 4 3-4
loading tab stock in the OHCF (Trays 6/7)
13-4
loading tab stock in Trays 3 and 4 3-4
loading transparencies in the OHCF (Trays
6/7) 13-5
loading transparencies in Trays 1-4 3-5
with 1-Sided print jobs and the optional
OHCF 13-6
loading pre-drilled stock in the OHCF
(Trays 6/7)
with 2-Sided print jobs and the optional
OHCF 13-7
loading pre-drilled stock in the OHCF
(Trays 6/7)
Trays 6/7, See Oversized High Capacity Feeder
(OHCF)
U
Usage Counters
User Account Billing Information 8-5
W
World Wide Web help
www.xerox.com 2-1
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User Guide
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