Ricoh MP C6004 User Guide

Ricoh MP C6004 User Guide
User Guide
What You Can Do with This Machine
Getting Started
Copy
Fax
Print
Scan
Document Server
Web Image Monitor
Adding Paper and Toner
Troubleshooting
Information for This Machine
For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety Information in
Read This FIrst before using the machine.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
How to Read the Manuals................................................................................................................................. 7
Symbols Used in the Manuals.......................................................................................................................7
Model-Specific Information............................................................................................................................... 8
Names of Major Features.................................................................................................................................. 9
1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Searching by What You Want to Do............................................................................................................. 11
Reducing my Costs.......................................................................................................................................11
Using Scanned Files on the Computer....................................................................................................... 12
Registering Destinations...............................................................................................................................13
Operating the Machine More Effectively.................................................................................................. 14
What You Can Do with This Machine............................................................................................................ 15
Customizing the [Home] Screen................................................................................................................. 15
Making Copies Using Various Functions................................................................................................... 16
Printing Data Using Various Functions........................................................................................................17
Utilizing Stored Document.......................................................................................................................... 18
Sending and Receiving Faxes without Paper............................................................................................ 18
Sending and Receiving Faxes via the Internet...........................................................................................20
Sending and Receiving Faxes by Using the Machine without Fax Unit Installed................................... 21
Using the Facsimile and the Scanner in a Network Environment.............................................................22
Embedding Text Information in Scanned Files...........................................................................................22
Preventing Information Leakage (Security Functions)............................................................................... 23
Centrally Controlling Scan Conditions and Distribution........................................................................... 24
Monitoring and Setting the Machine Using a Computer......................................................................... 24
Preventing Unauthorized Copying............................................................................................................. 25
2. Getting Started
Guide to Names and Functions of Components............................................................................................27
Guide to Components
(mainly Europe).................................................................................. 27
Guide to Components
(mainly Asia).......................................................................................30
Guide to Components
(mainly North America)..................................................................... 34
Guide to Functions of the Machine's Options................................................................................................38
Guide to Functions of the Machine's External Options.............................................................................38
Guide to the Names and Functions of the Machine's Control Panel........................................................... 62
Changing the Display Language.................................................................................................................... 63
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How to Use the [Home] Screen...................................................................................................................... 64
Possible Operations on the Standard Application Screen....................................................................... 66
Adding Icons to the [Home] Screen........................................................................................................... 67
How to Use Each Application......................................................................................................................... 70
[Copy] Screen..............................................................................................................................................71
[Fax] Screen................................................................................................................................................. 73
[Scanner] Screen......................................................................................................................................... 78
Registering Functions in a Program.................................................................................................................83
Turning On/Off the Power.............................................................................................................................. 86
Turning On the Main Power........................................................................................................................86
Turning Off the Main Power........................................................................................................................86
Logging In the Machine...................................................................................................................................88
When the Authentication Screen is Displayed.......................................................................................... 88
User Code Authentication Using the Control Panel.................................................................................. 88
Logging In Using the Control Panel............................................................................................................88
Logging Out Using the Control Panel.........................................................................................................89
Placing Originals..............................................................................................................................................91
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Europe).................................................. 91
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Asia)....................................................... 91
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly North America)......................................92
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder....................................................................................... 93
3. Copy
Basic Procedure................................................................................................................................................95
Auto Reduce / Enlarge....................................................................................................................................96
Duplex Copying............................................................................................................................................... 98
Specifying the Original and Copy Orientation......................................................................................... 99
Combined Copying....................................................................................................................................... 101
One-Sided Combine.................................................................................................................................102
Two-Sided Combine................................................................................................................................. 103
Copying onto Custom Size Paper................................................................................................................ 105
Copying onto Envelopes...............................................................................................................................106
Sort..................................................................................................................................................................108
Changing the Number of Sets..................................................................................................................109
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Storing Data in the Document Server...........................................................................................................110
4. Fax
Basic Procedure for Transmissions (Memory Transmission)....................................................................... 111
Registering a Fax Destination................................................................................................................... 111
Deleting a Fax Destination........................................................................................................................113
Transmitting while Checking Connection to Destination (Immediate Transmission).................................114
Canceling a Transmission............................................................................................................................. 115
Canceling a Transmission Before the Original Is Scanned....................................................................115
Canceling a Transmission While the Original Is Being Scanned.......................................................... 115
Canceling a Transmission After the Original Is Scanned.......................................................................115
Storing a Document....................................................................................................................................... 117
Sending Stored Documents...................................................................................................................... 118
Printing the Journal Manually....................................................................................................................... 120
5. Print
Quick Install....................................................................................................................................................121
Displaying the Printer Driver Properties........................................................................................................122
Standard Printing........................................................................................................................................... 123
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver....................................................................................................... 123
Printing on Both Sides of Sheets................................................................................................................... 124
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver....................................................................................................... 124
Types of Two-sided Printing......................................................................................................................125
Combining Multiple Pages into Single Page............................................................................................... 126
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver....................................................................................................... 126
Types of Combine Printing........................................................................................................................126
Printing on Envelopes.................................................................................................................................... 128
Configuring Envelope Settings Using the Control Panel........................................................................ 128
Printing on Envelopes Using the Printer Driver........................................................................................ 128
Saving and Printing Using the Document Server.........................................................................................129
Storing Documents in Document Server.................................................................................................. 129
Managing Documents Stored in Document Server................................................................................ 130
Using the Quick Print Release Function........................................................................................................131
Using the Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device) Function..........................................................................133
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6. Scan
Basic Procedure When Using Scan to Folder............................................................................................. 137
Creating a Shared Folder on a Computer Running Windows/Confirming a Computer's Information.....
.................................................................................................................................................................... 137
Registering an SMB Folder.......................................................................................................................139
Deleting an SMB Registered Folder.........................................................................................................142
Entering the Path to the Destination Manually........................................................................................ 143
Basic Procedure for Sending Scan Files by E-mail......................................................................................144
Registering an E-mail Destination.............................................................................................................144
Deleting an E-mail Destination................................................................................................................. 146
Entering an E-mail Address Manually..................................................................................................... 146
Basic Procedure for Storing Scan Files........................................................................................................ 147
Checking a Stored File Selected from the List......................................................................................... 148
Specifying the File Type................................................................................................................................ 149
Specifying Scan Settings............................................................................................................................... 150
7. Document Server
Storing Data................................................................................................................................................... 151
Printing Stored Documents............................................................................................................................ 153
8. Web Image Monitor
Displaying Top Page..................................................................................................................................... 155
9. Adding Paper and Toner
Loading Paper................................................................................................................................................157
Precautions for Loading Paper................................................................................................................. 157
Loading Paper into Paper Trays............................................................................................................... 157
Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray........................................................................................................ 158
Printing from the Bypass Tray Using the Printer Function........................................................................164
Loading Paper into Tray 3 (LCT).............................................................................................................. 166
Loading Paper into the Large Capacity Tray (LCT)................................................................................ 168
Loading Orientation-fixed Paper or Two-sided Paper........................................................................... 169
Recommended Paper.................................................................................................................................... 172
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types................................................................................................... 172
Adding Toner................................................................................................................................................. 186
Sending Faxes or Scanned Documents When Toner Has Run Out...................................................... 188
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Disposing of Used Toner...........................................................................................................................188
10. Troubleshooting
When a Status Icon Is Displayed..................................................................................................................189
When the Indicator Lamp for [Check Status] Is Lit or Flashing...................................................................191
When the Machine Makes a Beeping Sound.............................................................................................193
When You Have Problems Operating the Machine...................................................................................194
When Multiple Functions Cannot Be Executed Simultaneously............................................................ 198
Messages Displayed When You Use the Copy/Document Server Function........................................... 199
Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function.....................................................................203
When Network Setting Problems Occur................................................................................................. 204
When the Remote Fax Function Cannot Be Used...................................................................................210
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function..........................................................................213
Messages Displayed on the Control Panel When You Use the Printer Function..................................213
Messages Printed on the Error Logs or Reports When You Use the Printer Function...........................216
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function...................................................................... 227
Messages Displayed on the Control Panel When You Use the Scanner Function.............................. 227
Messages Displayed on the Client Computer.........................................................................................237
When Other Messages Appear...................................................................................................................244
When There Is a Problem Scanning or Storing Originals...................................................................... 246
When the Address Book Is Updated....................................................................................................... 247
When Data Cannot Be Sent Due to a Problem with the Destination.....................................................248
When the Machine Cannot Be Operated Due to a Problem with the User Certificate.......................248
When Problems Occur While Logging In............................................................................................... 250
When the User Lacks Privileges to Perform an Operation..................................................................... 250
When the LDAP Server Cannot Be Used.................................................................................................250
11. Information for This Machine
Information on Environmental Regulations.................................................................................................. 253
ENERGY STAR Program........................................................................................................................... 253
Energy Saving Functions...........................................................................................................................253
User Information on Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(mainly Europe)...................... 256
Note for the Battery and/or Accumulator Symbol (For EU countries only)
(mainly Europe)
.................................................................................................................................................................... 257
Environmental Advice for Users
(mainly Europe)............................................................... 258
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Notes to users in the state of California (Notes to Users in USA)
(mainly North America)....
.................................................................................................................................................................... 259
INDEX...........................................................................................................................................................261
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How to Read the Manuals
Symbols Used in the Manuals
This manual uses the following symbols:
Indicates points to pay attention to when using the machine, and explanations of likely causes of paper
misfeeds, damage to originals, or loss of data. Be sure to read these explanations.
Indicates supplementary explanations of the machine's functions, and instructions on resolving user
errors.
This symbol is located at the end of sections. It indicates where you can find further relevant information.
[]
Indicates the names of keys on the machine's display or control panels.
(mainly Europe and Asia), (mainly Europe), or (mainly Asia)
(mainly North America)
Differences in the functions of Region A and Region B models are indicated by two symbols. Read the
information indicated by the symbol that corresponds to the region of the model you are using. For
details about which symbol corresponds to the model you are using, see page 8 "Model-Specific
Information".
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Model-Specific Information
This section explains how you can identify the region your machine belongs to.
There is a label on the rear of the machine, located in the position shown below. The label contains
details that identify the region your machine belongs to. Read the label.
DLV001
The following information is region-specific. Read the information under the symbol that corresponds to
the region of your machine.
(mainly Europe and Asia)
If the label contains the following, your machine is a region A model:
• CODE XXXX -27, -29, -65
• 220–240 V
(mainly North America)
If the label contains the following, your machine is a region B model:
• CODE XXXX -17, -18
• 120–127 V
• Dimensions in this manual are given in two units of measure: metric and inch. If your machine is a
Region A model, refer to the metric units. If your machine is a Region B model, refer to the inch
units.
• If your machine is a region A model and "CODE XXXX -27, -65" is printed on the label, see
"
(mainly Europe)" also.
• If your machine is a region A model and "CODE XXXX -29" is printed on the label, see
"
(mainly Asia)" also.
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Names of Major Features
In this manual, major features of the machine are referred to as follows:
• Auto Reverse Document Feeder
• Auto Document Feeder
scanning ADF)
• Large Capacity Tray
ARDF
ADF (in this manual, "ADF" refers to the ARDF and the one-pass duplex
LCT
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
You can search for a description by what you want to do.
Searching by What You Want to Do
You can search for a procedure by what you want to do.
Reducing my Costs
BRL059S
Printing multi-page documents on both sides of sheets (Duplex Copy)
See "Duplex Copying", Copy/ Document Server.
Printing multi-page documents and received faxes on a single sheet (Combine (Copier/Fax))
See "Combined Copying", Copy/ Document Server.
See "Combine Two Originals", Fax.
Printing received faxes on both sides of sheets (2 Sided Print)
See "Two-Sided Printing", Fax.
Converting received faxes to electronic formats (Paperless Fax)
See "Confirming/Printing/Deleting Received and Stored Documents", Fax.
Sending files from the computer without printing them (LAN-Fax)
See "Sending Fax Documents from Computers", Fax.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Checking how much paper is saved ([Information] screen)
See "[Information] Screen", Getting Started.
Reducing electricity consumption
See "Saving Energy", Getting Started.
See "Timer Settings", Connecting the Machine/ System Settings.
Using Scanned Files on the Computer
BQX138S
Sending scan files
See "Basic Procedure for Sending Scan Files by E-mail", Scan.
Sending the URL of the folder in which scan files are stored
See "Sending the URL by E-mail", Scan.
Storing scan files in a shared folder
See "Basic Procedure When Using Scan to Folder", Scan.
Storing scan files on media
See "Basic Procedure for Saving Scan Files on a Memory Storage Device", Scan.
Embedding text information in scanned files
See "Embedding Text Information in Scanned Data", Scan.
Converting transmitted faxes to electronic formats and sending them to a computer
See "Overview of Folder Transmission Function", Fax.
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Searching by What You Want to Do
Managing and using documents converted to electronic formats (Document Server)
See "Relationship between Document Server and Other Functions", Copy/ Document Server.
Registering Destinations
BRL060S
Using the control panel to register destinations in the Address Book
See "Registering Entered Destinations to the Address Book", Fax.
See "Registering a Destination E-mail Address or Folder", Scan.
Using Web Image Monitor to register destinations from a computer
See "Registering Internet Fax Destination Information Using Web Image Monitor", Fax.
Downloading destinations registered in the machine to the LAN-Fax driver destination list
See "Using the machine's Address Book as the LAN-Fax destination list", Fax.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Operating the Machine More Effectively
BQX139S
Registering and using frequently-used settings (Program)
See "Registering Functions in a Program", Convenient Functions.
Registering frequently-used settings as initial settings (Program as Defaults)
See "Changing the Default Functions of the Initial Screen", Convenient Functions.
Registering frequently-used printing settings to the printer driver
See "Using One Click Presets", Print.
Changing the initial settings of the printer driver to frequently-used printing settings
See "Displaying the [Printing Preferences] Dialog Box", Print.
Adding shortcuts to frequently used programs or Web pages
See "Adding Icons to the [Home] Screen", Convenient Functions.
Changing the order of the function and shortcut icons
See "Changing the Order of Icons on the [Home] Screen", Convenient Functions.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
What You Can Do with This Machine
This section describes the features of this machine.
Customizing the [Home] Screen
The icons of each function are displayed on the [Home] screen.
DLV122
• You can add shortcuts to often used programs or Web pages to the [Home] screen. The programs
or Web pages can be recalled easily by pressing the shortcut icons.
• You can display only the icons of functions and shortcuts that you use.
• You can change the order of the function and shortcut icons.
• For details about the features on the [Home] screen, see "How to Use the [Home] Screen", Getting
Started.
• For details about how to customize the [Home] screen, see "How to Customize the [Home]
Screen", Convenient Functions.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Making Copies Using Various Functions
CJQ601
• You can make copies in full color. You can switch the color copy mode depending on the type of
originals used and the desired finish.
See "Copying in Color", Copy/ Document Server.
• You can print stamps on copies. Stamps can include background numbers, scanned images, dates,
and page numbers.
See "Stamps", Copy/ Document Server.
• You can adjust the color tones and image quality of your copies.
For details about a color adjustment, see "Adjusting Color", Copy/ Document Server.
For details about an image adjustment, see "Image Adjustment", Copy/ Document Server.
• You can reduce or enlarge the copy image. Auto Reduce / Enlarge function enables the machine
to detect the original size automatically. Also, it enables the machine to select an appropriate
reproduction ratio based on the paper size you specify. If the orientation of the original is different
from that of the paper you are copying onto, the machine rotates the original image by 90 degrees
to match it with the copy paper.
See "Reducing or Enlarging Originals", Copy/ Document Server.
• Copier functions such as Duplex, Combine, Booklet, and Magazine allow you to save on paper by
copying multiple pages onto single sheets.
For details about duplex copying, see "Duplex Copying", Copy/ Document Server.
For details about combined copying, see "Combined Copying", Copy/ Document Server.
For details about the booklet and magazine functions, see "Booklet/Magazine", Copy/
Document Server.
• You can copy onto various types of paper such as envelopes and OHP transparencies.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
See "Copying onto Various Types of Paper", Copy/ Document Server.
• The finisher allows you to sort, staple, and punch holes in your copies.
See "Finishing", Copy/ Document Server.
Printing Data Using Various Functions
CJQ602
• This machine supports network and local connections.
• You can print or delete print jobs stored on the machine's hard disk, which have been previously
sent from computers using the printer driver. The following types of print jobs can be selected:
Sample Print, Locked Print, Hold Print, and Stored Print.
See "Storing Documents in the Hard Disk Drive and Printing Them", Print.
• The finisher allows you to collate, staple, and punch holes in your prints.
For details about stapling, see "Staple", Print.
For details about punching, see "Punch", Print.
• If the PictBridge card is installed, you can connect a PictBridge-compatible digital camera to this
machine using a USB cable. This allows you to print the photographs stored on the camera using
the camera's own interface.
See "Direct Printing from a Digital Camera (PictBridge)", Print.
• You can print files stored on a removable memory device and specify print conditions such as print
quality and print size.
See "Direct Printing from a Memory Storage Device", Print.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Utilizing Stored Document
You can store files scanned in copier, facsimile, printer, or scanner mode on the machine's hard disk.
Web Image Monitor allows you to use your computer to search for, view, print, delete, and send stored
files via the network. You can also change print settings and print multiple documents (Document Server).
CJQ603
• You can retrieve stored documents scanned in scanner mode to your computer.
• Using the file format converter, you can download documents stored in copier, Document Server,
or printer mode to your computer.
• For details about how to use the Document Server, see "Storing Data in the Document Server",
Copy/ Document Server.
• For details about the Document Server in copier mode, see "Document Server", Copy/ Document
Server.
• For details about the Document Server in printer mode, see "Saving and Printing Using the
Document Server", Print.
• For details about the Document Server in fax mode, see "Storing a Document", Fax.
• For details about the Document Server in scanner mode, see "Storing and Saving the Scanned
Documents", Scan.
Sending and Receiving Faxes without Paper
Reception
You can store and save received fax documents as electronic formats in the machine's hard disk
without printing them.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
CJQ604
You can use Web Image Monitor to check, print, delete, retrieve, or download documents using
your computer (Storing received documents).
• See "Confirming/Printing/Deleting Received and Stored Documents", Fax.
Transmission
You can send a fax from your computer over the network (Ethernet or wireless LAN) to this
machine, which then forwards the fax via its telephone connection (LAN-Fax).
CJQ605
• To send a fax, print from the Windows application you are working with, select LAN-Fax as
the printer, and then specify the destination.
• You can also check the sent image data.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
• For details about the machine's settings, see "Network Settings Requirements", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about how to use the function, see "Sending Fax Documents from Computers", Fax.
Sending and Receiving Faxes via the Internet
[email protected]
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[email protected]
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
CJQ606
E-mail Transmission and Reception
This machine converts scanned document images to e-mail format, and transmits and receives the
e-mail data over the Internet.
• To send a document, specify an e-mail address instead of dialing the destination telephone
number (Internet Fax and e-mail transmission).
See "Specifying an Internet Fax Destination Manually", Fax.
• This machine can receive e-mail messages via Internet Fax or from computers (Internet Fax
Reception and Mail to Print).
See "Receiving E-Mail by Internet Fax/Mail to Print", Fax.
• Internet Fax compatible machines and computers that have e-mail addresses can receive email messages via Internet Fax.
IP-Fax
The IP-Fax function sends or receives documents between two facsimiles directly via a TCP/IP
network.
• To send a document, specify an IP address or host name instead of a fax number (IP-Fax
Transmission).
See "Specifying an IP-Fax Destination Manually", Fax.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
• This machine can receive documents sent via Internet Fax (IP-Fax Reception).
See "Types of Reception", Fax.
• Using a VoIP gateway, this machine can send to G3 facsimiles connected to the public
switched telephone network (PSTN).
• For details about the machine's settings, see "Network Settings Requirements", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
Sending and Receiving Faxes by Using the Machine without Fax Unit Installed
You can send and receive faxes through a different machine's fax functions via a network (Remote Fax).
CJQ612
• To use the remote fax function, install the fax connection unit on the main-machine and submachine.
• The procedure for sending faxes is as same as that of for the machine with the fax unit. When a job
has finished, confirm results displayed on sending history or printed on reports.
• You can forward documents received by the main machine with the facsimile function to submachines.
• For details, see "Sending/Receiving Documents Using a Remote Machine (Remote Fax)", Fax.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
Using the Facsimile and the Scanner in a Network Environment
CJQ607
• You can send scan files to a specified destination using e-mail (Sending scan files by e-mail).
See "Overview of E-Mail Transmission Function", Fax.
See "Basic Procedure for Sending Scan Files by E-mail", Scan.
• You can send scan files directly to folders (Sending scan files by Scan to Folder).
See "Overview of Folder Transmission Function", Fax.
See "Basic Procedure When Using Scan to Folder", Scan.
• You can use Web Services on Devices (WSD) to send scan files to a client computer.
See "Basic Operating Procedure of WSD Scanner (Push Type)", Scan.
Embedding Text Information in Scanned Files
You can extract text information from a scanned document and embed it in the file without using a
computer.
If you scan a document using this function, embedded text can be searched by using the text search
function or copied to another document.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
CUL003
• To use this function, the OCR unit is required.
• You can select a file type from [PDF], [High Compression PDF], or [PDF/A].
• This function can optically recognize characters in various languages and up to approximately
40,000 characters a page.
• See "Embedding Text Information in Scanned Data", Scan.
Preventing Information Leakage (Security Functions)
CJQ608
• You can protect documents from unauthorized access and stop them from being copied without
permission.
• You can control the use of the machine, as well as prevent machine settings from being changed
without authorization.
• By setting passwords, you can prevent unauthorized access via the network.
• You can erase or encrypt the data on the hard disk to minimize the risk of information leakage.
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
• You can limit the usage of functions for each user.
• See Security Guide.
Centrally Controlling Scan Conditions and Distribution
You can use the distributed scan management (DSM) system in Windows Server 2008 R2/2012 to
manage the destinations and scan settings for each individual user in a group and to use the information
when distributing scanned data.
You can also use this system to centrally manage information about people using the network and the
machine's scanner functions. Both delivered files and user information can be controlled.
[email protected]
A 600 dpi
600 dpi
A
[email protected]
CUL004
• You must set up and configure a Windows server to use the distributed scan management system.
This system is supported by Windows Server 2008 R2 or later.
• For details about how to deliver files using the distributed scan management system, see
"Managing Scan Conditions and Other Settings in the Block Using Distributed Scan Management",
Scan.
Monitoring and Setting the Machine Using a Computer
Using Web Image Monitor, you can check the machine's status and change the settings.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
CJQ609
You can check which tray is running out of paper, register information in the Address Book, specify the
network settings, configure and change the system settings, manage jobs, print the job history, and
configure the authentication settings.
• See "Using Web Image Monitor", Connecting the Machine/ System Settings.
• See Web Image Monitor Help.
Preventing Unauthorized Copying
You can print embedded patterns on printouts to prevent unauthorized copying.
CUM003
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1. What You Can Do with This Machine
• Using the copier function or the printer driver, you can embed a pattern in the printed document. If
the document is copied on a machine with the Copy Data Security unit, protected pages are
grayed out in the copy. This can minimize the risk of confidential information being copied.
Protected fax messages are grayed out before being transmitted or stored. If a document protected
by unauthorized copy guard is copied on a machine that is equipped with the Copy Data Security
unit, the machine beeps to notify users that unauthorized copying is being attempted.
If the document is copied on a machine without the Copy Data Security Unit, the hidden text
becomes conspicuous in the copy, showing that the copy is unauthorized.
• Using the copier function or the printer driver, you can embed text in the printed document for
unauthorized copy prevention. If the document is copied, scanned, or stored in a Document Server
by a copier or multifunction printer, the embedded text appears conspicuous in the copy,
discouraging such unauthorized copying.
• For details, see Security Guide.
• For details, see the printer driver Help.
• For details about this function in the copier mode, see "Preventing Unauthorized Copies", Copy/
Document Server.
• For details about this function in the printer mode, see "Printing Documents That Are Not Authorized
for Duplication", Print.
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2. Getting Started
This chapter describes how to start using this machine.
Guide to Names and Functions of Components
Guide to Components
(mainly Europe)
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
Front and left view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
8
9
DLV002
1. ADF
Lower the ADF over originals placed on the exposure glass.
If you load a stack of originals in the ADF, the ADF will automatically feed the originals one by one.
2. Exposure glass
Place originals face down here. For details, see page 91 "Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Europe)".
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2. Getting Started
3. Control panel
See page 62 "Guide to the Names and Functions of the Machine's Control Panel".
4. Main power switch
To operate the machine, the main power switch must be on. If it is off, open the main power switch's cover and
turn the switch on.
5. Human detection sensor
The human detection sensor is on the right side of the machine. For details, see "Human Detection Sensor",
Getting Started.
6. Internal tray 1
Copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here.
7. Front cover
Open to access the inside of the machine.
8. Paper trays (Trays 1–2)
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
9. Lower paper trays
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
10. Vents
Prevent overheating.
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Guide to Names and Functions of Components
Front and right view
1
3
4
2
5
2
6
7
DLV003
1. ADF's extender
Pull this extender to support large paper.
2. Vents
Prevent overheating.
3. Bypass tray
Use to copy or print on OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, and paper that cannot be loaded in the paper
trays. For details, see page 158 "Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray".
4. Paper guides
When loading paper in the bypass tray, align the paper guides flush against the paper.
5. Extender
Pull this extender out when loading sheets larger than A4 , 81/2 × 11
in the bypass tray.
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2. Getting Started
6. Lower right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
7. Right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
Rear and left view
1
1
1
DLV004
1. Vents
Prevent overheating.
Guide to Components
(mainly Asia)
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
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Guide to Names and Functions of Components
Front and left view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
8
9
DLV002
1. Exposure glass cover or ADF
(The illustration shows the ADF.)
Lower the exposure glass cover or the ADF over originals placed on the exposure glass.
If you load a stack of originals in the ADF, the ADF will automatically feed the originals one by one.
2. Exposure glass
Place originals face down here. For details, see page 91 "Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Asia)".
3. Control panel
See page 62 "Guide to the Names and Functions of the Machine's Control Panel".
4. Main power switch
To operate the machine, the main power switch must be on. If it is off, open the main power switch's cover and
turn the switch on.
5. Human detection sensor
The human detection sensor is on the right side of the machine. For details, see "Human Detection Sensor",
Getting Started.
6. Internal tray 1
Copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here.
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7. Front cover
Open to access the inside of the machine.
8. Paper trays (Trays 1–2)
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
9. Lower paper trays
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
10. Vents
Prevent overheating.
Front and right view
1
3
4
2
5
2
6
7
1. ADF's extender
Pull this extender to support large paper.
2. Vents
Prevent overheating.
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DLV003
Guide to Names and Functions of Components
3. Bypass tray
Use to copy or print on OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, and paper that cannot be loaded in the paper
trays. For details, see page 158 "Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray".
4. Paper guides
When loading paper in the bypass tray, align the paper guides flush against the paper.
5. Extender
Pull this extender out when loading sheets larger than A4 , 81/2 × 11
in the bypass tray.
6. Lower right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
7. Right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
Rear and left view
1
1
1
DLV004
1. Vents
Prevent overheating.
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2. Getting Started
Guide to Components
(mainly North America)
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
Front and left view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
8
9
DLV002
1. ADF
Lower the ADF over originals placed on the exposure glass.
If you load a stack of originals in the ADF, the ADF will automatically feed the originals one by one.
2. Exposure glass
Place originals face down here. For details, see page 92 "Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly North America)".
3. Control panel
See page 62 "Guide to the Names and Functions of the Machine's Control Panel".
4. Main power switch
To operate the machine, the main power switch must be on. If it is off, open the main power switch's cover and
turn the switch on.
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5. Human detection sensor
The human detection sensor is on the right side of the machine. For details, see "Human Detection Sensor",
Getting Started.
6. Internal tray 1
Copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here.
7. Front cover
Open to access the inside of the machine.
8. Paper trays (Trays 1–2)
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
9. Lower paper trays
Load paper here. For details, see page 157 "Loading Paper".
10. Vents
Prevent overheating.
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2. Getting Started
Front and right view
1
3
4
2
5
2
6
7
DLV003
1. ADF's extender
Pull this extender to support large paper.
2. Vents
Prevent overheating.
3. Bypass tray
Use to copy or print on OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, and paper that cannot be loaded in the paper
trays. For details, see page 158 "Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray".
4. Paper guides
When loading paper in the bypass tray, align the paper guides flush against the paper.
5. Extender
Pull this extender out when loading sheets larger than A4 , 81/2 × 11
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Guide to Names and Functions of Components
6. Lower right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
7. Right cover
Open this cover when a paper jam occurs.
Rear and left view
1
1
1
DLV004
1. Vents
Prevent overheating.
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Guide to Functions of the Machine's Options
Guide to Functions of the Machine's External Options
Check which type of machine you have. See Read This First.
(mainly Europe)
External options for Type 1 and 2
12
11
10
14
9
1
8
7
13
2
6
5
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
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4
3
DLV005
Guide to Functions of the Machine's Options
4. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
5. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
6. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
7. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
8. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
9. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
10. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
12. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
13. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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2. Getting Started
External options for Type 1 and 2
(mainly Asia)
15
1
14
2
3
13
17
12
4
11
10
16
5
9
8
1. One-pass duplex scanning ADF
Load a stack of originals here. They will feed in automatically.
2. ARDF
Load a stack of originals here. They will feed in automatically.
3. Exposure glass cover
Lower this cover over originals.
4. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
5. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
6. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
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7
6
DLV006
Guide to Functions of the Machine's Options
7. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
8. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
9. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
10. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
12. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
13. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
14. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
16. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
17. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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2. Getting Started
External options for Type 1 and 2
(mainly North America)
13
12
11
15
1
10
2
9
14
8
3
7
6
5
4
DLV007
1. Handset
Used as a receiver when a fax unit is installed.
Allows you to use the On Hook Dial and Manual Dial functions. It also allows you to use the machine as a
telephone.
2. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
3. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
4. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
5. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
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6. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
7. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
8. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
9. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
10. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
11. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
12. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
14. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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2. Getting Started
External options for Type 3 and 4
(mainly Europe)
11
15
10
9
8
14
1
13
7
2
12
6
5
4
3
DLV008
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
4. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
5. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
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6. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
7. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
8. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
9. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
10. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
12. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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External options for Type 3
(mainly Asia)
11
15
10
9
8
14
1
13
7
2
12
6
5
4
3
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
4. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
5. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
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6. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
7. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
8. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
9. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
10. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
12. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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External options for Type 3
(mainly North America)
12
16
11
10
1
9
15
2
14
8
3
13
7
6
5
4
DLV010
1. Handset
Used as a receiver when a fax unit is installed.
Allows you to use the On Hook Dial and Manual Dial functions. It also allows you to use the machine as a
telephone.
2. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
3. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
4. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
5. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
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6. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
7. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
8. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
9. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
10. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
11. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
12. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
16. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
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• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
External options for Type 5
(mainly Europe)
14
10
9
1
8
13
12
7
2
11
6
5
4
3
DLV011
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
4. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
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5. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
6. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
7. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
8. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
9. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
10. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
12. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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External options for Type 4
(mainly Asia)
14
10
9
1
8
13
12
7
2
11
6
5
4
3
DLV012
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
4. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
5. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
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6. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
7. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
8. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
9. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
10. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
11. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
12. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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2. Getting Started
External options for Type 4
(mainly North America)
15
11
10
1
9
14
2
13
8
3
12
7
6
5
4
DLV013
1. Handset
Used as a receiver when a fax unit is installed.
Allows you to use the On Hook Dial and Manual Dial functions. It also allows you to use the machine as a
telephone.
2. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
3. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
4. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
5. Tray 3 (LCT)
Consists of two paper trays.
You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while Tray 3
(LCT) is in use.
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6. Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper is loaded here.
7. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
8. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
9. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
10. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
11. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
12. Finisher SR3210
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
14. Finisher SR3230
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
15. Booklet Finisher SR3240
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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2. Getting Started
External options for Type 6 and 7
(mainly Europe)
10
9
8
7
1
6
11
5
2
4
3
DLV059
1. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
2. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
3. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
4. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
5. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
6. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
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7. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
8. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
9. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
10. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
11. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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External options for Type 5 and 6
(mainly Asia)
13
1
12
2
3
11
10
4
9
14
8
5
7
1. One-pass duplex scanning ADF
Load a stack of originals here. They will feed in automatically.
2. ARDF
Load a stack of originals here. They will feed in automatically.
3. Exposure glass cover
Lower this cover over originals.
4. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
5. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
6. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
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Guide to Functions of the Machine's Options
7. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
8. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
9. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
10. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
11. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
12. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
13. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
14. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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External options for Type 5 and 6
(mainly North America)
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7
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6
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5
4
DLV061
1. Handset
Used as a receiver when a fax unit is installed.
Allows you to use the On Hook Dial and Manual Dial functions. It also allows you to use the machine as a
telephone.
2. Banner Paper Guide Tray
Banner paper is loaded here.
3. Lower paper tray
Paper is loaded here.
4. Caster table for lower paper tray
To use the lower paper tray, attach the caster table.
5. Lower paper trays
Consists of two paper trays.
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6. Internal tray 2
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper or fax messages are delivered here face down.
7. Bridge unit
Relays paper to the finisher.
8. Internal shift tray
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper.
9. External tray
If you select this as the output tray, copied/printed paper and fax messages are delivered here face down.
10. Internal Finisher SR3130
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper.
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
11. Internal Finisher SR3180
Sorts and stacks multiple sheets of paper, and staples them without using staples.
12. Booklet Finisher SR3220
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. The saddle stitch function can staple multiple sheets of
paper in the center and fold them into booklets. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
• Finisher booklet tray
Copies can be punched if the optional punch unit is installed on the finisher.
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Guide to the Names and Functions of the
Machine's Control Panel
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2
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7
6
5
4
3
DCH009
1. Display panel
This is a touch panel display that features icons, keys, shortcuts, and widgets that allow you to navigate the
screens of the various functions and applications and provide you with information about operation status and
other messages. See page 64 "How to Use the [Home] Screen" and page 70 "How to Use Each
Application".
2. Main power indicator
The main power indicator goes on when you turn on the main power switch. When the machine is in Sleep
mode, the main power indicator flashes slowly. In Fusing Unit Off mode, the main power indicator is lit.
3. Status indicator
Indicates the status of the system. Stays lit when an error occurs or the toner runs out.
4. Data In indicator (facsimile and printer mode)
Flashes when the machine is receiving print jobs or LAN-Fax documents from a computer. See Fax and Print.
5. Fax indicator
Indicates the status of the fax functions. Flashes during data transmission and reception. Stays lit when
receiving a fax via Confidential or Substitute Reception.
6. Media slots
Use to insert an SD card or a USB flash memory device. For details, see "Inserting/Removing a Memory
Storage Device", Getting Started.
7. Media access lamp
Lights up when an SD card is inserted in the media slot.
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Changing the Display Language
Changing the Display Language
You can change the language used on the display. English is set as default.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Change Langs. Widget].
3. Select the language you want to display.
4. Press [OK].
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How to Use the [Home] Screen
The [Home] screen is set as the default screen when the machine is turned on.
One icon is assigned to each function, and these icons are displayed on the [Home] screen. You can
add shortcuts to frequently used functions or Web pages to the [Home] screen. Also, you can register
widgets such as the Change Langs. Widget to it. The [Home] screen and the screen of each function may
differ depending on the optional units that are installed.
To display the [Home] screen, press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
• Do not apply strong impact or force to the screen, or it may be damaged. Maximum force
allowable is approx. 30N (approx. 3 kgf). (N = Newton, kgf = Kilogram force. 1 kgf = 9.8N.)
To switch between screens, flick your finger to the right or left on the screen.
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2
3
4
5
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6
11
10
9
8
7
DLV029
1. Logged-in user icon
When user authentication is enabled, an icon is displayed that indicates that users are logged in.
Press the icon to show the names of the users that are currently logged in.
2. System message
Displays messages from the machine system and applications.
3. [Login]/[Logout]
These keys are displayed when user authentication is enabled. When you press [Login], the authentication
screen appears. If you have been already logged in to the machine, [Logout] appears. To log out of the
machine, press [Logout].
For details about how to log in and out, see page 88 "Logging In the Machine".
4. [Energy Saver]
Press to switch to Sleep mode.
For details about the modes, see "Saving Energy", Getting Started.
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How to Use the [Home] Screen
5. Application list icon
Press to display the application list. You can create shortcuts to the applications on the [Home] screen.
To use an application displayed in the [Widgets] tab and [Program] tab, create a shortcut for the application
on the [Home] screen. For details, see "Customizing the [Home] Screen", Convenient Functions.
6. Icons to switch between screens
Press to switch between the five home screens. The icons appear at the bottom right and left of the screen, the
number of icons indicates the number of screens on each side of the current screen.
7. [Stop]
Press to stop a job in progress, such as copying, scanning, faxing, or printing.
8. [Menu]
Displays the menu screen of the application you are using. Depending on the application you are using, this
key may be disabled. You can also press this key in the [Home] screen to restore the [Home] screen's settings
to their defaults.
9. [Home]
Press to display the [Home] screen.
10. Return
Press this key to return to the previous screen while Screen Features are enabled or applications are used.
Depending on the application you are using, this key may be disabled. You can specify whether this key is
enabled or not in some applications. For details about the settings, see "Screen Features", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
11. [Check Status]
Press to check the machine's system status, operational status of each function, and current jobs. You can also
display the job history and the machine's maintenance information.
12. Icon display area
Displays the function or application icons and widgets. Displayed icons differ between the five home screens.
For details about icons on each screen, see "Main Icons on the [Home] Screen", Getting Started.
You can also add shortcuts and arrange icons using folders. For details, see "Customizing the [Home]
Screen", Convenient Functions.
• You can change the [Home] screen's wallpaper. For details, see "Changing the [Home] Screen's
Wallpaper", Convenient Functions.
• You can switch modes by pressing icons on the [Home] screen. You can also switch modes by
pressing the function keys. For details about the function keys, see "Changing Modes by Pressing
the Function Keys", Getting Started.
• You cannot switch modes in any of the following situations:
• While scanning an original using the fax or scanner function
• When accessing the following screens:
• Machine Features
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• Counter
• Inquiry
• Address Book Management
• Tray Paper Settings
• Current Job / Job History
• During interrupt copying
• During On-hook dialing for fax transmission
• The [Home] screen is set as the default screen when the machine is turned on. You can change this
default setting under Function Priority. See "Screen Features", Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
Possible Operations on the Standard Application Screen
• Pinch-in
Place your thumb and forefinger on the screen, and then pinch the fingers together to zoom out the
screen. Double-tapping can also be effective for this operation.
DNE103
• Pinch-out
Place your thumb and forefinger on the screen, and then spread the fingers apart to zoom in the
screen. Double-tapping can also be effective for this operation.
DNE104
• Flick
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Flick your finger to the right or left on the screen to switch between screens.
DNE102
• Long tap
Place your finger on the screen and hold it there until the next screen appears. You can display the
menu screen of the application you are using.
DNE101
• Drag
Slide your finger while pressing the screen. You can move an icon to where you want to place it on
the screen.
DNE111
Adding Icons to the [Home] Screen
Adding shortcuts to the [Home] screen
You can add shortcuts to the machine's functions.
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You can display the icons for the machine's functions and the embedded software applications after you
delete them from the [Home] screen.
1. Press [Home] (
2. Press
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
.
3. Press the [Apps] tab to add a shortcut to an application other than the Classic
Applications. Press the [Program] tab to add a shortcut to one of the Classic Applications.
4. Press and hold down the application icon to add a shortcut to an application other than
the Classic Applications. Press and hold down the [Classic Applications] icon to add a
shortcut to one of the Classic Applications.
The image of where the shortcut is to be placed on the [Home] screen is displayed.
5. Drag the icon to where you want to place it on the screen.
If you want to add a shortcut to the Classic Applications, proceed to Step 6.
6. Select the Classic Applications that you want to add from the list.
Adding shortcuts to bookmarks on the [Home] screen
You can add shortcuts to bookmarks that have been registered in favorites in the Web Browser to the
[Home] screen.
1. Press [Home] (
2. Press
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
.
3. Press the [Program] tab.
4. Press and hold down the [Bookmark] icon.
The image of where the shortcut is to be placed on the [Home] screen is displayed.
5. Drag the icon to where you want to place it on the screen.
6. Select the bookmark you want to add from the bookmark list.
Adding shortcuts to programs to the [Home] screen
You can add shortcuts to programs registered on Copier, Facsimile, Scanner mode, or quick
applications.
1. Display the function screen to which you want to register a program.
2. When you are using the standard applications or quick applications, press [Menu] ( ) at
the bottom of the screen in the center. When you are using the Classic Applications, press
[Recall/Program/Change Program] on the bottom left of the screen.
3. Register a program.
4. Press [Home] (
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) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
How to Use the [Home] Screen
5. Press
.
6. Press the [Program] tab.
7. To display a program registered to the standard applications or quick applications, hold
down the application icon. To display a program registered to the Classic Applications,
hold down the [Classic Applications] icon.
The image of where the shortcut is to be placed on the [Home] screen is displayed.
8. Drag the icon to where you want to place it on the screen.
9. Select the program you want to add from the list.
Adding widgets to the [Home] screen
You can add widgets to the [Home] screen to show the remaining amount of toner or change the display
language.
1. Press [Home] (
2. Press
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
.
3. Press the [Widget] tab.
4. Press and hold down the widget icon you want to add.
The image of where the widget is to be placed on the [Home] screen is displayed.
5. Drag the icon to where you want to place it on the screen.
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How to Use Each Application
You can open the function screens by pressing icons such as [Copy], [Fax], or [Scanner] on the [Home]
screen.
Three kinds of screens ("Standard Application Screen", "Classic Application Screen", and "Quick
Application Screen") can be used by each function.
Standard Application Screen
Functions and settings that are used frequently are shown on the top screen. Flick the screen up or
down to select a setting item. When you select an item, the pull-down menu appears, or the setting
item pops up. For details about operations on this screen, page 66 "Possible Operations on the
Standard Application Screen". For details about how to use the screen, see page 71 "[Copy]
Screen", page 73 "[Fax] Screen", and page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
Classic Application Screen
You can select advanced functions and detailed settings according to the functions and settings you
use frequently. For details about how to use this screen, see" How to Use Each Application",
Getting Started. For details about keys that appear on the screen of each Classic Application, see
"Keys that Appear on the Initial Settings Screen and Screens of Each Classic Application", Getting
Started.
Quick Application Screen
You can easily set the basic operations such as duplex copying, sending scanned documents by email, or other operations. For details about how to use this screen, see "How to Use Each
Application", Getting Started.
Functions usable on each screen
Screen
Standard Application Screen
Functions usable
• Copier
• Fax
• Scanner
Classic Application Screen
• Copier
• Fax
• Scanner
• Printer
• Document Server
Quick Application Screen
• Copier
• Fax
• Scanner
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How to Use Each Application
• [Copier (Classic)] icon, [Fax (Classic)] icon, [Scanner (Classic)] icon, and [Printer (Classic)] icon
are displayed in the Application list. For details about how to register them to the [Home] screen,
see page 67 "Adding Icons to the [Home] Screen".
[Copy] Screen
You can switch the two screens described in this section by flicking the screen up or down.
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2
3
4
5
6
DLV046
No.
Icon
Description
1
You can select a color mode.
2
You can reduce or enlarge images.
3
You can specify the paper tray containing the paper you want to copy
to.
You can specify the numbers of copies to be made.
4
5
6
Press a number to enter the number of copies using the keyboard. You
can also specify the number of copies by pressing [ ] or [ ].
Preview prints change according to the settings you make.
You can adjust the density of the overall original in nine steps.
Specify the density by touching the
icon and dragging it right or left.
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7
8
9
12
13
10
11
No.
Description
7
You can combine two 1-sided originals or one 2-sided original to one
side of a sheet. The machine selects a reproduction ratio automatically
and copies the originals onto a single sheet of copy paper.
8
You can sort copies as a set in sequential order and stack copies of each
page in a multi-page original.
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10
11
12
13
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Icon
DLV047
You can staple each set of copies together.
You can specify the size of the original when copying custom size
originals.
You can find other settings.
You can select an original type that is suitable for your originals.
You can divide an original that has many pages and scan it in smaller
batches while copying it as a single document. To do this, place several
pages of the original in the ADF.
How to Use Each Application
[Fax] Screen
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2
3
4
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6
7
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13
8
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10
12
No.
1
11
Icon
DLV048
Description
You can switch between items in type of
transmission.
The specified destination is shown here.
2
By tapping the destination, you can register it to
the Address Book or remove it from the
destinations.
By flicking up and down, you can confirm the
selected destinations.
You can perform the following operations related
to Fax Reception:
• Check Stored Reception Files
3
• Operate Personal Box
• Print ID Required Print Files
• Manual Reception
• Print Memory Lock
• Check Reception File Settings
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No.
Icon
Description
This function allows you to dial while listening to
the dial tone from the internal speaker with the
handset of the machine or external telephone onhook.
4
The total number of the selected destinations
appears.
Press to display a screen to confirm destinations.
In the screen to confirm destinations, you can do
the following:
• Register destinations to the Address Book
• Edit destinations
• Remove destinations from the destination list
You can perform the following operations related
to Job Status:
5
• Confirm Transmission Standby Files
• Check Transmission Results
• Check Reception Results
• Print Journals
6
Press to clear your current settings.
7
Press to display the preview screen after scanning
originals.
8
You can check the settings in Settings.
9
Press to open the settings screen. For details, see
page 75 "[Settings] screen".
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11
12
13
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Press to scan originals and start sending.
Press to switch the section of the Address Book.
Shows the destinations in the Address Book.
The sections of the Address Book.
How to Use Each Application
No.
Icon
Description
Press to add a destination.
Destinations can be added as follows:
• Input destinations manually
• Select from the transmission history
• Specify a registration number from the
Address Book
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• Search for a destination in the Address Book
or on the LDAP server
• Press to display the Remaining Memory
Information
[Settings] screen
You can switch the three screens described in this section by flicking the screen up or down.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Icon
DLV049
Description
1
You can switch to immediate transmission mode.
Unless immediate transmission is selected, memory
transmission mode is selected by default.
2
You can select an original type that is suitable for
your originals.
3
Press to select the resolution according to the size
of the text on your original.
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No.
Icon
Description
4
Press to specify the density to scan the original.
You can also specify the density by touching the
icon and dragging it right or left.
5
Press to select the scanning size of the original.
6
Press to select the sides of the original.
7
8
9
10
11
DLV050
No.
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Icon
Description
7
Press to select the orientation of the original.
8
Press to specify the sender.
9
Press to specify settings for stamps.
10
Specify the Internet Fax/E-Mail subject.
11
Specify the Internet Fax/E-Mail Text.
How to Use Each Application
12
15
No.
13
16
17
14
18
Icon
19
DLV051
Description
12
Page Separation and Length Reduction.
13
You can specify settings to automatically send files
directly or via F-code confidential communication
at a specified time.
14
15
You can select a standard message to be printed.
You can send files over a closed network.
16
Once memory transmission is complete, you can
have the result printed.
17
Requesting Reception Confirmation.
18
Specifying Internet Fax/E-Mail Destinations as
BCC Addresses.
19
You can receive a transmission notification by email.
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[Scanner] Screen
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
12
7
8
9
11
No.
1
10
Icon
DLV053
Description
Displays the type of scanner destination.
Press to switch between e-mail destinations and folder destinations.
The specified destination is shown here.
2
By tapping the destination, you can register it to the Address Book or
remove it from the destinations.
By flicking up and down, you can confirm the selected destinations.
The total number of the selected destinations appears.
Press to display a screen to confirm destinations.
In the screen to confirm destinations, you can do the following:
3
• Switch the "To", "Cc", and "Bcc" fields of the e-mail destinations
• Register destinations to the Address Book
• Edit destinations
• Remove destinations from the destination list
Press to display the transmission results screen.
In the transmission results screen, you can do the following:
4
• Check sent jobs
• Check error descriptions
• Cancel transmission of a document in standby
• Print a list of transmission results
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How to Use Each Application
No.
Icon
Description
5
Press to clear your current settings.
6
Press to display the preview screen after scanning originals.
7
You can check the settings in Send Settings.
8
Press to open the send settings screen. For details, see page 79
"[Send Settings] screen".
Press to scan originals and start sending.
9
10
Press to switch the section of the Address Book.
Shows the destinations in the Address Book.
11
If a password or protection code is specified to a folder destination,
enter the password or protection code on the screen displayed after
tapping the folder destination.
12
The sections of the Address Book.
Press to add a destination.
Destinations can be added as follows:
13
• Input destinations manually
• Select from the transmission history
• Specify a registration number from the Address Book
• Search for a destination in the Address Book or on the LDAP server
[Send Settings] screen
You can switch the four screens described in this section by flicking the screen up or down.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
No.
Icon
DLV054
Description
1
Press to select the settings that are appropriate for the type of your
original and color mode.
2
Press to select a file type.
3
Press to select the resolution to scan the original.
4
Press to select the sides of the original to scan, such as one side or both
sides.
5
Press to select the scanning size of the original.
6
Press to specify a file name.
7
8
9
10
11
DLV055
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No.
Icon
Description
Press to specify the density to scan the original.
7
You can also specify the density by touching the
right or left.
8
Press to select the orientation of the original.
9
Press to specify the sender.
10
Press to enter the subject of the e-mail.
11
Press to enter the main text of the e-mail.
No.
12
13
14
15
16
17
Icon
icon and dragging it
DLV056
Description
12
Press to specify the magnification ratio for scanning the original.
13
Press to erase the image from a specified width around the document and
in the center of the document when the document is scanned.
14
Press to specify settings for stamps.
15
Press to sign and encrypt the e-mail.
16
Press to scan a large number of originals in several batches and send
them together as a single job. You can place multi-page originals in the
ADF.
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No.
Icon
Description
Press to scan a large number of originals in several batches and send
them together as a single job. Place the originals in the ADF one by one.
17
18
No.
18
19
19
Icon
20
DLV057
Description
Press to divide a multi-page original into parts of a specified number of
pages each, and then send the documents.
To switch the scan setting for additional originals to [1 Sided Original]
after scanning one side of the last page of a batch of two-sided originals
using the exposure glass, press [Change Setting], and then press [1
Sided Original].
You can select this only if [Batch] or [SADF] is also selected.
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Press this to notify the sender that the e-mail recipient has opened the email.
Registering Functions in a Program
Registering Functions in a Program
Depending on the functions, the number of programs that can be registered is different.
Standard Applications
• Copy: 25 programs
• Fax: 100 programs
• Scanner: 100 programs
Quick Applications
• Quick Copy: 25 programs
• Quick Fax: 100 programs
• Quick Scanner: 100 programs
The following settings can be registered to programs:
Standard Applications
• Copy:
Color mode, Reduce/Enlarge, Quantity, Density, Paper Tray, 2 Sided, Combine, Sort, Stack,
Staple, Original Size, Original Type, Batch, Other Settings
• Fax:
Destination, Preview, Settings
• Scanner:
Destination, Preview, Send Settings
Quick Applications
• Quick Copy:
Color mode, Paper Tray, Quantity, Reduce/Enlarge, 2 Sided, Combine, Staple, Punch,
Density, Original Orientation
• Quick Fax:
Destination, Line, Density, Resolution, Original Orientation, Original Sides, Scan Size,
Original Type, Preview, Stamp
• Quick Scanner:
Destination, Original Type, File Type, Resolution, Original Orientation, Original Sides, Scan
Size, Preview
This section explains how to register functions to a program by using each application.
Standard Applications/Quick Applications
1. Edit the settings so all functions you want to register to a program are selected on the
[Copy], [Fax], [Scanner], [Quick Copy], [Quick Fax], or [Quick Scanner] screen.
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2. Press [Menu] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
3. Press [Reg. Current Setting to Program].
4. Press the program number you want to register.
5. Enter the program name.
6. Select the icon for the program.
7. Press [Prev. Screen].
When using the quick application, press [Previous Scr.].
8. Press [OK].
9. Press [Place].
Even if you select [Do not Place], you can add shortcuts to the program to the [Home] screen
after the program registration is complete.
10. Press [Exit].
• The number of characters you can enter for a program name varies depending on the functions as
follows:
• Standard Applications
• Copy: 40 characters
• Fax: 40 characters
• Scanner: 40 characters
• Quick Applications
• Quick Copy: 40 characters
• Quick Fax: 40 characters
• Quick Scanner: 40 characters
• When a specified program is registered as the default, its values become the default settings, which
are displayed without recalling the program, when modes are cleared or reset, and after the
machine is turned on. See "Changing the Default Functions of the Initial Screen", Convenient
Functions.
• When the paper tray you specified in a program is empty and if there is more than one paper tray
with the same size paper in it, the paper tray prioritized under [Paper Tray Priority: Copier] or
[Paper Tray Priority: Fax] in the [Tray Paper Settings] tab will be selected first. For details, see "Tray
Paper Settings", Connecting the Machine/ System Settings.
• Destinations can be registered to a program of the scanner mode only when [Include Destinations]
is selected for [Program Setting for Destinations] in [Scanner Features]. For details about the setting,
see "General Settings", Scan.
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Registering Functions in a Program
• Folder destinations that have protection codes cannot be registered to a program of the scanner
mode.
• Programs are not deleted by turning the power off or by pressing [Reset] unless the program is
deleted or overwritten.
• When you are using the Classic Applications, program numbers with
the programs have been registered.
next to them indicate that
• Programs can be registered to the [Home] screen, and can be recalled easily. For details, see
page 67 "Adding Icons to the [Home] Screen". Shortcuts to programs stored in Document Server
mode cannot be registered to the [Home] screen.
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Turning On/Off the Power
• When you push the main power switch, wait at least 10 seconds after it is confirmed that the main
power indicator has lit up or gone out.
The main power switch is on the right side of the machine. When this switch is turned on, the main power
turns on and the main power indicator on the right side of the control panel lights up. When this switch is
turned off, the main power turns off and the main power indicator on the right side of the control panel
goes out. When this is done, machine power is off. When the fax unit is installed, fax files in memory
may be lost if you turn this switch off. Use this switch only when necessary.
Turning On the Main Power
1. Make sure the power cord is firmly plugged into the wall outlet.
2. Open the main power switch cover, and push the main power switch.
The main power indicator goes on.
DLV015
Turning Off the Main Power
• When disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the cord.
Pulling the cord can damage the power cord. Use of damaged power cords could result in fire
or electric shock.
• Do not turn off the power while the machine is in operation.
• Do not hold down the main power switch while turning off the main power. Doing so forcibly turns
off the machine's power and may damage the hard disk or memory and cause malfunctions.
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Turning On/Off the Power
1. Open the main power switch cover, and push the main power switch.
The main power indicator goes out. The main power turns off automatically when the machine shuts
down. If the screen on the control panel does not disappear, contact your service representative.
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Logging In the Machine
When the Authentication Screen is Displayed
If Basic Authentication, Windows Authentication, or LDAP Authentication is active, the authentication
screen appears on the display. The machine only becomes operable after entering your own Login User
Name and Login Password. If User Code Authentication is active, you cannot use the machine until you
enter the User Code.
If you can use the machine, you can say that you are logged in. When you go out of the operable state,
you can say that you are logged out. After logging in the machine, be sure to log out of it to prevent
unauthorized usage.
• Ask the user administrator for the Login User Name, Login Password, and User Code. For details
about user authentication, see "Configuring User Authentication", Security Guide.
• User Code to enter on User Code Authentication is the numerical value registered in the Address
Book as "User Code".
User Code Authentication Using the Control Panel
If User Code Authentication is active, a screen prompting you to enter a User Code appears.
1. Enter a User Code (up to eight digits), and then press [OK].
Logging In Using the Control Panel
This section explains the procedure for logging in to the machine when Basic Authentication, Windows
Authentication, or LDAP Authentication is set.
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Logging In the Machine
1. Press [Login] on the top right on the screen.
2. Press [User Name].
3. Enter a Login User Name, and then press [Done].
4. Press [Password].
5. Enter a Login Password, and then press [Done].
6. Press [Login].
Logging Out Using the Control Panel
This section explains the procedure for logging out the machine when Basic Authentication, Windows
Authentication, or LDAP Authentication is set.
• To prevent use of the machine by unauthorized persons, always log out when you have finished
using the machine.
1. Press [Logout] on the top right on the screen.
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2. Press [OK].
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Placing Originals
Placing Originals
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Europe)
• Keep your hands away from the hinges and exposure glass when lowering the ADF. Not doing
so may result in an injury if your hands or fingers are pinched.
• Do not lift the ADF forcefully. Otherwise, the cover of the ADF might open or be damaged.
1. Lift the ADF.
Be sure to lift the ADF by more than 30 degrees. Otherwise, the size of the original might not be
detected correctly.
2. Place the original face down on the exposure glass. The original should be aligned to the
rear left corner.
Start with the first page to be scanned.
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1. Positioning mark
3. Lower the ADF.
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly Asia)
• Keep your hands away from the hinges and exposure glass when lowering the ADF. Not doing
so may result in an injury if your hands or fingers are pinched.
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• Do not lift the ADF forcefully. Otherwise, the cover of the ADF might open or be damaged.
1. Lift the ADF or the exposure glass cover.
Be sure to lift the ADF or the exposure glass cover by more than 30 degrees. Otherwise, the size of
the original might not be detected correctly.
2. Place the original face down on the exposure glass. The original should be aligned to the
rear left corner.
Start with the first page to be scanned.
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1. Positioning mark
3. Lower the ADF or the exposure glass cover.
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
(mainly North America)
• Keep your hands away from the hinges and exposure glass when lowering the ADF. Not doing
so may result in an injury if your hands or fingers are pinched.
• Do not lift the ADF forcefully. Otherwise, the cover of the ADF might open or be damaged.
1. Lift the ADF.
Be sure to lift the ADF by more than 30 degrees. Otherwise, the size of the original might not be
detected correctly.
2. Place the original face down on the exposure glass. The original should be aligned to the
rear left corner.
Start with the first page to be scanned.
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Placing Originals
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1. Positioning mark
3. Lower the ADF.
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder
Be sure not to load the original untidily. Doing so may cause the machine to display a paper misfeed
message. Also, be sure not to place originals or other objects on the top cover. Doing so may cause a
malfunction.
• When inserting originals in the ARDF, push them in once and without force.
• After turning on the power, do not place originals in the ARDF until the "Please wait." message
disappears from the copy screen.
ARDF
1
2
DCG007
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One-pass duplex scanning ADF
1
2
DCG008
1. Sensors
2. Original guide
1. Adjust the original guide to the original size.
2. Place the aligned originals squarely face up in the ADF.
Do not stack originals beyond the limit mark.
The first page should be on the top.
(The illustration shows the one-pass duplex scanning ADF.)
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1. Limit mark
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3. Copy
This chapter describes frequently used copier functions and operations. For information not included in
this chapter, see Copy/ Document Server available on our website.
Basic Procedure
To make copies of originals, place them on the exposure glass or in the ADF.
When placing the original on the exposure glass, start with the first page to be copied. When placing
the original in the ADF, place them so that the first page is on the top.
(mainly Europe)
About placing the original on the exposure glass, see page 91 "Placing Originals on the Exposure
Glass
(mainly Europe)".
(mainly Asia)
About placing the original on the exposure glass, see page 91 "Placing Originals on the Exposure
Glass
(mainly Asia)".
(mainly North America)
About placing the original on the exposure glass, see page 92 "Placing Originals on the Exposure
Glass
(mainly North America)".
About placing the original in the ADF, see page 93 "Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder".
To copy onto paper other than plain paper, specify the paper type in User Tools according to the weight
of the paper you are using. For details, see "Tray Paper Settings", Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Auto Reduce / Enlarge
The machine automatically detects the original size and then selects an appropriate reproduction ratio
based on the paper size you select.
CKN008
• If you select a reproduction ratio after pressing [Auto Reduce / Enlarge], [Auto Reduce / Enlarge]
is canceled and the image cannot be rotated automatically.
This is useful to copy different size originals to the same size paper.
If the orientation in which your original is placed is different from that of the paper you are copying onto,
the machine rotates the original image by 90 degrees and fits it on the copy paper (Rotate Copy). For
example, to reduce A3 (11 × 17) originals to fit onto A4 (81/2 × 11) paper, select a paper tray
containing A4 (81/2 × 11) paper, and then press [Auto Reduce / Enlarge]. The image is
automatically rotated. For details about Rotate Copy, see "Rotate Copy", Copy/ Document Server.
The original sizes and orientations you can use with this function are as follows:
(mainly Europe and Asia)
Original location
Original size and orientation
, A5 , 81/2 × 13
Exposure glass
A3 , B4 JIS , A4
, B5 JIS
ADF
A3 , B4 JIS , A4
× 17 , 81/2 × 11
, B5 JIS
, A5
, 81/2 × 13
, B6 JIS
, 11
(mainly North America)
Original location
Exposure glass
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Original size and orientation
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14
, 51/2 × 81/2
*1, 81/
2
2 × 13 /5
*1, 81/ × 11
2
Auto Reduce / Enlarge
Original location
ADF
Original size and orientation
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 *1, 81/2 × 132/5 *1, 81/2 × 11
, 51/2 × 81/2
, 10 × 14 , 71/4 × 101/2 , A3
, A4
*1 You can switch the initial setting to determine whether the machine detects either 81/2 × 14
× 132/5 .
or 81/2
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Duplex Copying
Copies two 1-sided pages or one 2-sided page onto a 2-sided page. During copying, the image is
shifted to allow for the binding margin.
CKN009
There are two types of Duplex.
1 Sided
2 Sided
Copies two 1-sided pages on one 2-sided page.
2 Sided
2 Sided
Copies one 2-sided page on one 2-sided page.
The resulting copy image will differ according to the orientation in which you place your originals ( or
).
Original orientation and completed copies
To copy on both sides of the paper, select the original and copy orientation according to how you
want the printout to appear.
Original
Placing originals
Original
Orientation
Orientation
Top to Top
Top to Bottom
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Copy
Duplex Copying
Original
Placing originals
Original
Orientation
Orientation
Copy
Top to Top
Top to Bottom
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
Specifying the Original and Copy Orientation
Select the orientation of the originals and copies if the original is two-sided or if you want to copy onto
both sides of the paper.
• Top to Top
CKN011
• Top to Bottom
CKN012
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When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Combined Copying
Combined Copying
This mode can be used to select a reproduction ratio automatically and copy the originals onto a single
sheet of copy paper.
The machine selects a reproduction ratio between 25 and 400%. If the orientation of the original is
different from that of the copy paper, the machine will automatically rotate the image by 90 degrees to
make copies properly.
Orientation of the original and image position of Combine
The image position of Combine differs according to original orientation and the number of originals
to be combined.
• Portrait ( ) originals
CKN015
• Landscape ( ) originals
CKN016
Placing originals (originals placed in the ADF)
The default value for the copy order in the Combine function is [From Left to Right]. To copy
originals from right to left in the ADF, place them upside down.
• Originals read from left to right
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CKN010
• Originals read from right to left
CKN017
One-Sided Combine
Combine several pages onto one side of a sheet.
CKN014
There are six types of One-Sided Combine.
1 Sided 2 Originals
Combine 1 Side
Copies two 1-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
1 Sided 4 Originals
Combine 1 Side
Copies four 1-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
1 Sided 8 Originals
Combine 1 Side
Copies eight 1-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
2 Sided 2 Pages
Combine 1 Side
Copies one 2-sided original to one side of a sheet.
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Combined Copying
2 Sided 4 Pages
Combine 1 Side
Copies two 2-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
2 Sided 8 Pages
Combine 1 Side
Copies four 2-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
Two-Sided Combine
Combines various pages of originals onto two sides of one sheet.
CKN074
There are six types of Two-Sided Combine.
1 Sided 4 Originals
Combine 2 Sides
Copies four 1-sided originals to one sheet with 2 pages per side.
1 Sided 8 Originals
Combine 2 Sides
Copies eight 1-sided originals to one sheet with 4 pages per side.
1 Sided 16 Originals
Combine 2 Sides
Copies 16 1-sided originals to one sheet with 8 pages per side.
2 Sided 4 Pages
Combine 2 Sides
Copies two 2-sided originals to one sheet with 2 pages per side.
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2 Sided 8 Pages
Combine 2 Sides
Copies four 2-sided originals to one sheet with 4 pages per side.
2 Sided 16 Pages
Combine 2 Sides
Copies eight 2-sided originals to one sheet with 8 pages per side.
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Copying onto Custom Size Paper
Copying onto Custom Size Paper
Paper that has a horizontal length of 148.0–457.2 mm (5.83–18.00 inches) and a vertical length of
90.0–320.0 mm (3.55–12.59 inches) can be fed in from the bypass tray.
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Copying onto Envelopes
This section describes how to copy onto regular size and custom size envelopes. Place the original on
the exposure glass and place the envelope in the bypass tray or paper tray.
Specify the thickness of the paper according to the weight of the envelopes you are printing on. For
details about the relationship between paper weight and paper thickness and the sizes of envelopes that
can be used, see page 172 "Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
About handling envelopes, supported envelope types, and how to load envelopes, see page 182
"Envelopes".
• The Duplex function cannot be used with envelopes. If the Duplex function is specified, press [1
sided 2 sided:TtoT] to cancel the setting.
To copy onto custom size envelopes, you must specify the envelope's dimensions. Specify the horizontal
and vertical length of the envelope.
CJF005
: Horizontal
: Vertical
Be sure to include the fully open flap in the horizontal dimension.
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Copying onto Envelopes
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Sort
The machine assembles copies as sets in sequential order.
Depending on your model and which options are installed on it, some of these functions might not be
available. For details, see "Functions Requiring Optional Configurations", Getting Started.
• You cannot use the bypass tray with Rotate Sort.
Sort/Shift Sort
Copies are assembled as sets in sequential order.
To use Shift Sort, a finisher or the internal shift tray is required. Each time the copies of one set or a
job are delivered, the next copy is shifted to separate each set or job.
CKN018
Rotate Sort
Every other copy set is rotated by 90 degrees (
) and delivered to the copy tray.
CKN019
To use the Rotate Sort function, two paper trays loaded with paper of the same size and type, but in
different orientation (
), are required. For details, see "Tray Paper Settings", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
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Sort
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
Changing the Number of Sets
You can change the number of copy sets during copying.
• This function can be used only when the Sort function is selected.
When Using the Copy Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 71 "[Copy] Screen".
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Storing Data in the Document Server
The Document Server enables you to store documents being read with the copy feature on the hard disk
of this machine. Thus you can print them later applying necessary conditions.
You can check the stored documents on the Document Server screen. For details about the Document
Server, see page 151 "Storing Data".
1. Press [Store File].
2. Enter a user name, file name, or password if necessary.
3. Specify a folder in which to store the document if necessary.
4. Press [OK].
5. Place the originals.
6. Make the scanning settings for the original.
7. Press [Start].
Stores scanned originals in memory and makes one set of copies. If you want to store another
document, do so after copying is complete.
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4. Fax
This chapter describes frequently used facsimile functions and operations. For information not included in
this chapter, see Fax available on our website.
Basic Procedure for Transmissions (Memory
Transmission)
This section describes the basic procedure for transmitting documents using Memory Transmission.
You can specify the fax, IP-Fax, Internet Fax, e-mail, or folder destinations. Multiple types of destination
can be specified simultaneously.
• It is recommended that you call the receivers and confirm with them when sending important
documents.
• If there is a power failure (the main power switch is turned off) or the machine is unplugged for
about one hour, all the documents stored in memory are deleted. As soon as the main power
switch is turned on, the Power Failure Report is printed to help you check the list of deleted files. See
"When an Error Is Notified via a Report or E-Mail", Troubleshooting.
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
Registering a Fax Destination
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Press [New Program].
5. Press [Change] under "Name".
The name entry display appears.
6. Enter the name, and then press [OK].
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7. Press [ Next].
8. Press the key for the classification you want to use under "Select Title".
The keys you can select are as follows:
• [Frequent]: Added to the page that is displayed first.
• [AB], [CD], [EF], [GH], [IJK], [LMN], [OPQ], [RST], [UVW], [XYZ], [1] to [10]: Added to the
list of items in the selected title.
You can select [Frequent] and one more key for each title.
9. Press [Fax Dest.].
10. Press [Change] under "Fax Destination".
11. Enter the fax number using the number keys, and then press [OK].
12. Specify optional settings such as "SUB Code", "SEP Code", and "International TX Mode".
13. Press [OK].
14. Press [User Tools] (
15. Press [Home] (
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) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Basic Procedure for Transmissions (Memory Transmission)
Deleting a Fax Destination
• If you delete a destination that is a specified delivery destination, messages to its registered
Personal Box, for example, cannot be delivered. Be sure to check the settings in the fax function
before deleting any destinations.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Select the name whose fax destination you want to delete.
Press the name key, or enter the registered number using the number keys.
You can search by the registered name, user code, fax number, folder name, e-mail address, or IPFax destination.
5. Press [Fax Dest.].
6. Press [Change] under "Fax Destination".
7. Press [Delete All], and then press [OK] under "Fax Destination".
8. Press [OK].
9. Press [User Tools] (
10. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
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Transmitting while Checking Connection to
Destination (Immediate Transmission)
Using Immediate Transmission, you can send documents while checking the connection to the
destination.
You can specify fax or IP-Fax destinations.
If you specify Internet Fax, e-mail, folder destinations, and group or multiple destinations, the
transmission mode is automatically switched to Memory Transmission.
• It is recommended that you call the receivers and confirm with them when sending important
documents.
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
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Canceling a Transmission
Canceling a Transmission
This section explains how to cancel a fax transmission.
Canceling a Transmission Before the Original Is Scanned
Use this procedure to cancel a transmission before pressing [Start].
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
Canceling a Transmission While the Original Is Being Scanned
Use this procedure to cancel scanning or transmitting of the original while it is being scanned.
If you cancel a transmission using the standard memory transmission function, you need to follow a
different procedure to cancel the transmission. See page 115 "Canceling a Transmission After the
Original Is Scanned".
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
Canceling a Transmission After the Original Is Scanned
Use this procedure to cancel a transmission after the original is scanned.
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You can cancel transmission of a file while the file is being sent, stored in memory, or if it fails to transmit.
All the scanned data is deleted from memory.
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
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Storing a Document
Storing a Document
You can store and send a document at the same time. You can also just store a document.
The following information can be set for the stored documents as necessary:
User Name
You can set this function if necessary to know who and what departments stored documents in the
machine. A user name can be selected from the Address Book or entered manually.
File Name
You can specify a name for a stored document. If you do not specify a name, scanned documents
will be automatically assigned names such as "FAX0001" or "FAX0002".
Password
You can set this function so as not to send to unspecified people. A four to eight digit number can
be specified as a password.
You can also change the file information after storing files.
1. Place the original, and then specify the scan settings you require.
Specify the [Original Orientation] setting correctly. If you do not, the top/bottom orientation of the
original will not be displayed correctly in the preview.
2. Press [Store File].
3. Select [Send & Store] or [Store Only].
Select [Send & Store] to send documents after they are stored.
Select [Store Only] to store documents.
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4. Set the user name, file name, and password as necessary.
• User Name
Press [User Name], and then select a user name. To specify an unregistered user name, press
[Manual Entry], and then enter the name. After specifying a user name, press [OK].
• File Name
Press [File Name], enter a file name, and then press [OK].
• Password
Press [Password], enter a password using the number keys, and then press [OK]. Re-enter the
password for confirmation, and then press [OK].
5. Press [OK].
6. If you have selected [Send & Store], specify the receiver.
7. Press [Start].
Sending Stored Documents
The machine sends documents stored with the facsimile function in the Document Server.
The documents stored in the Document Server can be sent again and again until they are deleted.
The stored documents are sent with the scan settings made when they were stored.
You cannot use the following transmission methods:
• Immediate Transmission
• Parallel Memory Transmission
• On Hook Dial
• Manual Dial
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Storing a Document
1. Press [Select Stored File].
2. Select the documents to be sent.
When multiple documents are selected, they are sent in the order of selection.
• Press [User Name] to place the documents in order by programmed user name.
• Press [File Name] to place the documents in alphabetical order.
• Press [Date] to place the documents in order of programmed date.
• Press [Queue] to arrange the order of the documents to be sent.
To view details about stored documents, press [Details].
Press the Thumbnails key to switch the screen to thumbnail display.
3. If you select a document with a password, enter the password using the number keys,
and then press [OK].
4. When you want to add your originals to stored documents and send them all at once,
press [Original Stored File] or [Stored file Original].
When [Original Stored File] is pressed, the machine sends the originals, and then stored files.
When [Stored file Original] is pressed, the machine sends the stored files, and then originals.
5. Press [OK].
6. To add an original to stored documents, place the original, and then select any scan
settings you require.
7. Specify the destination, and then press [Start].
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Printing the Journal Manually
To print the Journal manually, select the printing method: [All], [Print per File No.], or [Print per User].
All
Prints the results of communications in the order made.
Print per File No.
Prints only the results of communications specified by file number.
Print per User
Prints the results of communications by individual senders.
When Using the Fax Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 73 "[Fax] Screen".
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5. Print
This chapter describes frequently used printer functions and operations. For information not included in
this chapter, see Print available on our website.
Quick Install
You can install the printer drivers easily from the CD-ROM provided with this machine.
Using Quick Install, the PCL 6 printer driver is installed under network environment, and the Standard
TCP/IP port will be set.
• Manage Printers permission is required to install the drivers. Log on as an Administrators group
member.
1. Click [Quick Install] on the installer screen.
2. The software license agreement appears in the [License Agreement] dialog box. After
reading the agreement, click [I accept the agreement.], and then click [Next >].
3. Click [Next >].
4. Select the machine model you want to use in the [Select Printer] dialog box.
5. Click [Install].
6. When the port setting screen appears, specify a port.
7. Configure the user code, default printer, and shared printer as necessary.
8. Click [Continue].
The installation starts.
9. Click [Finish].
When you are prompted to restart your computer, restart it by following the instructions that
appear.
10. Click [Exit] in the first window of the installer, and then take out the CD-ROM.
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Displaying the Printer Driver Properties
This section explains how to open the printer driver properties from [Devices and Printers].
• Manage Printers permission is required to change the printer settings. Log on as an Administrators
group member.
• You cannot change the machine default settings for individual users. Settings made in the printer
properties dialog box are applied to all users.
1. On the [Start] menu, click [Devices and Printers].
2. Right-click the icon of the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Printer properties].
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Standard Printing
Standard Printing
• Duplex printing is selected as the default setting. If you want to print on only one side, select [Off]
for the two-sided printing setting.
• If you send a print job via USB 2.0 while the machine is in Sleep mode, an error message might
appear when the print job is complete. In this case, check if the document was printed.
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver
1. Click the menu button of the application you are using, and then click [Print].
2. Select the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Preferences].
4. Select the [Frequently Used Settings] tab.
5. In the "Job Type:" list, select [Normal Print].
6. In the "Document Size:" list, select the size of the original to be printed.
7. In the "Orientation" area, select [Portrait] or [Landscape] as the orientation of the
original.
8. In the "Paper Type:" list, select the type of paper that is loaded in the paper tray.
9. In the "Input Tray:" list, select the paper tray that contains the paper you want to print
onto.
If you select [Auto Tray Select] in the "Input Tray:" list, the paper tray is automatically selected
according to the paper size and type specified.
10. Select [Color] or [Black and White] in the "Color/Black and White:" list.
11. If you want to print multiple copies, specify a number of sets in the "Copies:" box.
12. Click [OK].
13. Start printing from the application's [Print] dialog box.
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Printing on Both Sides of Sheets
This section explains how to print on both sides of each page using the printer driver.
• The paper types that can be printed on both sides are as follows:
•
(mainly Europe)
• Type 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Special 3,
Middle Thick (82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thick 2 (170–220 g/m2), Thick 3
(221–256 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead, Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
• Type 6 and 7
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Middle Thick
(82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead,
Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
•
(mainly Asia)
• Type 1, 2, 3, and 4
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Special 3,
Middle Thick (82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thick 2 (170–220 g/m2), Thick 3
(221–256 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead, Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
• Type 5 and 6
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Middle Thick
(82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead,
Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
•
(mainly North America)
• Type 1, 2, 3, and 4
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Special 3,
Middle Thick (82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thick 2 (170–220 g/m2), Thick 3
(221–256 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead, Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
• Type 5 and 6
Plain 1 (60–74 g/m2), Plain 2 (75–81 g/m2), Recycled, Special 1, Special 2, Middle Thick
(82–105 g/m2), Thick 1 (106–169 g/m2), Thin (52–59 g/m2), Color, Letterhead,
Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver
1. Click the menu button of the application you are using, and then click [Print].
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2. Select the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Preferences].
4. Click the [Frequently Used Settings] tab.
You can also click the [Detailed Settings] tab, and then click [2 Sided/Layout/Booklet] in the
"Menu:" box.
5. Select the method for binding the output pages in the "2 sided:" list.
6. Change any other print settings if necessary.
7. Click [OK].
8. Start printing from the application's [Print] dialog box.
Types of Two-sided Printing
You can select which way the bound pages open by specifying which edge to bind.
Orientation
Open to Left
Open to Top
Portrait
Landscape
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Combining Multiple Pages into Single Page
This section explains how to print multiple pages onto a single sheet. The combine printing function
allows you to economize on paper by printing multiple sheets at reduced size onto a single sheet.
When Using the PCL 6 Printer Driver
1. Click the menu button of the application you are using, and then click [Print].
2. Select the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Preferences].
4. Click the [Frequently Used Settings] tab.
You can also click the [Detailed Settings] tab, and then click [2 Sided/Layout/Booklet] in the
"Menu:" box.
5. Select the combination pattern in the "Layout:" list, and then specify the method for
combining pages in the "Page Order:" list.
To draw a border line around each page, select the [Draw Frame Border] check box in [2 Sided/
Layout/Booklet] in the [Detailed Settings] tab.
6. Change any other print settings if necessary.
7. Click [OK].
8. Start printing from the application's [Print] dialog box.
Types of Combine Printing
This function allows you to print 2, 4, 6, 9, or 16 pages at reduced size onto a single sheet and to
specify a page ordering pattern for the combination. When combining 4 or more pages onto a single
sheet of paper, four patterns are available.
The following illustrations show example page ordering patterns for 2- and 4-page combinations.
2 Pages per Sheet
Orientation
Portrait
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Bottom
From Right to Left/Top to
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Orientation
From Left to Right/Top to
Bottom
From Right to Left/Top to
Bottom
Landscape
4 Pages per Sheet
Right, then Down
Down, then Right
Left, then Down
Down, then Left
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Printing on Envelopes
Configure the paper settings appropriately using both the printer driver and the control panel.
Configuring Envelope Settings Using the Control Panel
1. Load envelopes in the paper tray.
2. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
3. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [User Tools] icon (
).
4. Press [Tray Paper Settings].
5. Select the paper size setting of the paper tray in which the envelopes are loaded.
6. Select the envelope size, and then press [OK].
7. Press [ Next].
8. Select the paper type setting of the paper tray in which the envelopes are loaded.
9. Press [Envelope] in the "Paper Type" area, and then select the appropriate item in the
"Paper Thickness" area.
10. Press [OK].
11. Press [User Tools] (
12. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Printing on Envelopes Using the Printer Driver
When using the PCL 6 printer driver
1. Click the menu button of the application you are using, and then click [Print].
2. Select the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Preferences].
4. In the "Document Size:" list, select the envelope size.
5. In the "Input Tray:" list, select the paper tray where the envelopes are loaded.
6. In the "Paper Type:" list, select [Envelope].
7. Change any other print settings if necessary.
8. Click [OK].
9. Start printing from the application's [Print] dialog box.
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Saving and Printing Using the Document
Server
The Document Server enables you to store documents on the machine's hard disk, and allows you to edit
and print them as necessary.
• Do not cancel the file transfer process while the data is being sent to the Document Server. The
process may not be canceled properly. If you accidentally cancel a print job, use the control panel
of the machine to delete the transferred data. For details about how to delete documents that are
stored in the Document Server, see "Deleting Stored Documents", Copy/ Document Server, or
Web Image Monitor Help.
• Up to 3,000 files can be stored in the Document Server. New files cannot be stored when 3,000
files have already been stored. Even if less than 3,000 files are stored, new files cannot be stored
when
• The number of pages in a document exceeds 2,000.
• The total number of stored pages in the machine and the sent data has reached 9,000 (It may
be fewer depending on the print data).
• The hard disk is full.
• Data stored in the Document Server is specified to be deleted after three days (72 hours) by the
factory default. We recommend you back up the data.
You can send data created on a client computer to the Document Server.
Storing Documents in Document Server
• If the machine is not used as the Document Server, the maximum number of the documents that can
be stored in the server may be less than the number described in the specification.
1. Click the menu button of the application you are using, and then click [Print].
2. Select the printer you want to use.
3. Click [Preferences].
4. In the "Job Type:" list, click [Document Server].
5. Click [Details...].
6. Enter a user ID, file name, password, and user name as required.
7. Specify the folder number to store the document in the "Folder Number" box.
When "0" is specified in the "Folder Number:" box, documents will be saved in the Shared folder.
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8. If the folder is protected by a password, enter the password in the "Folder Password:"
box.
9. Click [OK].
10. Change any other print settings if necessary.
11. Click [OK].
12. Start printing from the application's [Print] dialog box.
• You can print the documents stored in the Document Server using the control panel. For details, see
page 153 "Printing Stored Documents".
Managing Documents Stored in Document Server
You can view or delete the documents stored in the machine's Document Server using Web Image
Monitor from a client computer connected to the network.
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Using the Quick Print Release Function
Using the Quick Print Release Function
The quick applications that are installed on this machine allow you to operate some of the printer
functions from a single screen. Using the Quick Print Release function, you can view the list of documents
that are stored on the machine. From the list, any documents can be selected and printed. The print
settings of the document and the date and time to send the document can be changed as well.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Quick Print Release] icon.
3. Select the user as required.
4. If necessary, enter the password for the documents.
The list of both the documents that have not password specified, and that matches the entered
password is displayed.
5. Select documents.
More than one document can be selected at one time.
You can perform the following operations on the selected documents:
• Delete
Deletes the selected documents.
• Preview
Shows the preview image of the first page of the document.
No previews can be displayed when more than one document is selected.
• Change Setg
Configures the print settings of the document.
• File Managmnt
Specifies the date and time to send the document, and the password.
The file information cannot be modified when more than one document is selected.
6. Press [Print].
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• If you change settings for [Administrator Authentication Management] or [Enhance File Protection]
using an external application such as Web Image Monitor while using the Quick Print Release
function, this function is terminated automatically.
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Using the Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device) Function
Using the Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device)
Function
• Keep SD cards or USB flash memory devices out of reach of children. If a child accidentally
swallows an SD card or USB flash memory device, consult a doctor immediately.
The Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device) function allows you to read and print files that are stored on a
memory storage device such as an SD card or USB flash memory device. Also, you can save the
scanned data on a memory storage device.
The files in the following formats can be printed using the Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device) function:
JPEG, TIFF, PDF, and XPS. The scanned data can be saved in JPEG, TIFF, or PDF format.
Printing a file in a memory storage device
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device)] icon.
3. Press [Media Print].
4. Insert a memory storage device in the media slot.
5. Press [USB] or [SD Card], depending on the type of the storage device.
6. Select the document to print.
You can perform the following operations on the selected document:
• Preview
Shows the preview image of the first page of the document.
• Selected
Displays the list of the selected documents.
7. If necessary, press [Print Settings] to change the settings such as the number of copies
or duplex printing.
8. Press [Start].
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Saving the scanned data in a memory storage device
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Print/Scan(Memory Storage Device)] icon.
3. Press [Scan to Media].
4. Insert a memory storage device in the media slot.
5. Press [USB] or [SD Card], depending on the type of the storage device that you are
using.
6. Specify the location to save the scanned data.
7. Place the original.
8. If necessary, press [Scan Setting] to change the settings such as the file type or scan
resolution.
9. To see the scanned image before saving it to a file, press [Preview].
10. Press [Start].
11. Press [Finish Scan] after scanning of the original has been completed.
If there are more originals to be scanned, place the next original, and then press [Scan Next
Original].
12. When the preview screen appears, check the scanned image, and then press [Save].
• If the file name is not specified in [Scan Setting], the scanned image is saved under the name
that conforms to the following naming rules:
• For single page format:
Transmission date and time (YYYYMMDDHHMMSSMMM) + 4 digit serial page number
(_nnnn) + extension (.tif/.jpg/.pdf)
For example, when you send 10-page original in jpeg format at 15:30:15.5 on Dec.
31, 2020, the file names are from "20201231153015500_0001.jpg" to
"20201231153015500_0010.jpg".
• For multi page format:
Transmission date and time (YYYYMMDDHHMMSSMMM) + extension (.tif/.jpg/.pdf)
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For example, when you send 10-page original in PDF format at 15:30:15.5 on Dec. 31,
2020, the file name is "20201231153015500.pdf".
• When you save scanned data to a memory storage device, use characters which correspond
to the ASCII codes for the file name. If you use characters which is not correspond to the
ASCII codes, the machine may not read or save the documents.
• Certain types of USB flash memory device and SD cards cannot be used.
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This chapter describes frequently used scanner functions and operations. For information not included in
this chapter, see Scan available on our website.
Basic Procedure When Using Scan to Folder
• Before performing this procedure, see "Preparation for Sending by Scan to Folder", Scan and
confirm the details of the destination computer. See also "Registering Folders", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings, and register the address of the destination computer to the address
book.
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
Creating a Shared Folder on a Computer Running Windows/Confirming a
Computer's Information
The following procedures explain how to create a shared folder on a computer running Windows, and
how to confirm the computer's information. In these examples, Windows 7 is the operating system, and
the computer is a member in a network domain. Write down the confirmed information.
Step 1: Confirming the user name and computer name
Confirm the user name and the name of the computer you will send scanned documents to.
1. On the [Start] menu, point to [All Programs], click [Accessories], and then click
[Command Prompt].
2. Enter the command "ipconfig/all", and then press the [Enter] key.
3. Confirm the name of the computer.
The computer's name is displayed under [Host Name].
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You can also confirm the IPv4 address. The address displayed under [IPv4 Address] is the IPv4
address of the computer.
4. Enter the command "set user", and then press the [Enter] key.
Be sure to put a space between "set" and "user".
5. Confirm the user name.
The user name is displayed under [USERNAME].
Step 2: Creating a shared folder on a computer running Microsoft Windows
Create a shared destination folder in Windows and enable sharing. In the following procedure, a
computer which is running under Windows 7 and participating in a domain is used as an example.
• You must log in as an Administrators group member to create a shared folder.
• If "Everyone" is left selected in Step 6, the created shared folder will be accessible by all users. This
is a security risk, so we recommend that you give access rights only to specific users. Use the
following procedure to remove "Everyone" and specify user access rights.
1. Create a folder, just as you would create a normal folder, in a location of your choice on
the computer.
2. Right-click the folder, and then click [Properties].
3. On the [Sharing] tab, click [Advanced Sharing...].
4. Select the [Share this folder] check box.
5. Click [Permissions].
6. In the [Group or user names:] list, select "Everyone", and then click [Remove].
7. Click [Add...].
8. In the [Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups] window, click
[Advanced...].
9. Specify one or more object types, select a location, and then click [Find Now].
10. From the list of results, select the groups and users you want to grant access to, and then
click [OK].
11. In the [Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups] window, click [OK].
12. In the [Group or user names:] list, select a group or user, and then, in the [Allow] column
of the permissions list, select either the [Full Control] or [Change] check box.
Configure the access permissions for each group and user.
13. Click [OK].
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Step 3: Specifying access privileges for the created shared folder
If you want to specify access privileges for the created folder to allow other users or groups to access
the folder, configure the folder as follows:
1. Right-click the folder created in Step 2, and then click [Properties].
2. On the [Security] tab, click [Edit...].
3. Click [Add...].
4. In the [Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups] window, click
[Advanced...].
5. Specify one or more object types, select a location, and then click [Find Now].
6. From the list of results, select the groups and users you want to grant access to, and then
click [OK].
7. In the [Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups] window, click [OK].
8. In the [Groups or user names:] list, select a group or user, and then, in the [Allow] column
of the permissions list, select either the [Full Control] or [Modify] check box.
9. Click [OK].
Registering an SMB Folder
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Press [New Program].
5. Press [Change] under "Name".
The name entry display appears.
6. Enter the name, and then press [OK].
7. Press [ Next].
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8. Press the key for the classification you want to use under "Select Title".
The keys you can select are as follows:
• [Frequent]: Added to the page that is displayed first.
• [AB], [CD], [EF], [GH], [IJK], [LMN], [OPQ], [RST], [UVW], [XYZ], [1] to [10]: Added to the
list of items in the selected title.
You can select [Frequent] and one more key for each title.
9. Press [Auth. Info], and then press [ Next].
10. Press [Specify Other Auth. Info] on the right side of "Folder Authentication".
When [Do not Specify] is selected, the SMB User Name and SMB Password that you have
specified in "Default User Name / Password (Send)" of File Transfer settings are applied.
11. Press [Change] under "Login User Name".
12. Enter the login user name of the destination computer, and then press [OK].
13. Press [Change] under "Login Password".
14. Enter the password of the destination computer, and then press [OK].
15. Enter the password again to confirm, and then press [OK].
16. Press [Folder].
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17. Check that [SMB] is selected.
18. Press [Change] or [Browse Network], and then specify the folder.
To specify a folder, you can either enter the path manually or locate the folder by browsing the
network.
19. Press [Connection Test] to check the path is set correctly.
20. Press [Exit].
If the connection test fails, check the settings, and then try again.
21. Press [OK].
22. Press [User Tools] (
23. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Locating the SMB folder manually
1. Press [Change] under "Path".
2. Enter the path where the folder is located.
For example: if the name of the destination computer is "User", and the folder name is "Share", the
path will be \\User\Share.
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If the network does not allow automatic obtaining of IP addresses, include the destination
computer's IP address in the path. For example: if the IP address of the destination computer is
"192.168.0.191", and the folder name is "Share", the path will be \\192.168.0.191\Share.
3. Press [OK].
If the format of the entered path is not correct, a message appears. Press [Exit], and then enter the
path again.
Locating the SMB folder using Browse Network
1. Press [Browse Network].
The client computers sharing the same network as the machine appear.
Network display only lists client computers you are authorized to access.
2. Select the group that contains the destination computer.
3. Select the computer name of the destination computer.
Shared folders under it appear.
You can press [Up One Level] to switch between levels.
4. Select the folder you want to register.
5. Press [OK].
Deleting an SMB Registered Folder
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Select the name whose folder you want to delete.
Press the name key, or enter the registered number using the number keys.
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You can search by the registered name, user code, fax number, folder name, e-mail address, or IPFax destination.
5. Press [Folder].
6. Press the protocol which is not currently selected.
A confirmation message appears.
7. Press [Yes].
8. Press [OK].
9. Press [User Tools] (
10. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Entering the Path to the Destination Manually
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
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Basic Procedure for Sending Scan Files by Email
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
Registering an E-mail Destination
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Press [New Program].
5. Press [Change] under "Name".
The name entry display appears.
6. Enter the name, and then press [OK].
7. Press [ Next].
8. Press the key for the classification you want to use under "Select Title".
The keys you can select are as follows:
• [Frequent]: Added to the page that is displayed first.
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• [AB], [CD], [EF], [GH], [IJK], [LMN], [OPQ], [RST], [UVW], [XYZ], [1] to [10]: Added to the
list of items in the selected title.
You can select [Frequent] and one more key for each title.
9. Press [Email].
10. Press [Change] under "Email Address".
11. Enter the e-mail address, and then press [OK].
12. Select [Email / Internet Fax Destination] or [Internet Fax Destination Only].
If [Email / Internet Fax Destination] is specified, registered e-mail addresses appear in both Internet
fax address display and e-mail address display on the fax function screen, and in the address
display on the scanner function screen.
If [Internet Fax Destination Only] is specified, registered e-mail addresses only appear in Internet
fax display on the fax function screen.
13. If you want to use Internet fax, specify whether or not to use "Send via SMTP Server".
14. Press [OK].
15. Press [User Tools] (
16. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
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Deleting an E-mail Destination
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [Address Book Management] icon.
3. Check that [Program / Change] is selected.
4. Select the name whose e-mail address you want to delete.
Press the name key, or enter the registered number using the number keys. You can search by the
registered name, user code, fax number, folder name, e-mail address, or IP-Fax destination.
5. Press [Email].
6. Press [Change] under "Email Address".
7. Press [Delete All], and then press [OK].
8. Press [OK].
9. Press [User Tools] (
10. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Entering an E-mail Address Manually
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
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Basic Procedure for Storing Scan Files
• You can specify a password for each stored file. We recommend that you protect stored files from
unauthorized access by specifying passwords.
• Scan file stored in the machine may be lost if some kind of failure occurs. We advise against using
the hard disk to store important files. The supplier shall not be responsible for any damage that may
result from the loss of files.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Scanner (Classic)] icon.
3. Make sure that no previous settings remain.
If a previous setting remains, press [Reset].
4. Place originals.
5. Press [Store File].
6. Press [Store to HDD].
7. If necessary, specify the stored file's information, such as [User Name], [File Name],
[Password], and [Select Folder].
• User Name
Press [User Name], and then select a user name. To specify an unregistered user name, press
[Manual Entry], and then enter the name. After specifying a user name, press [OK].
• File Name
Press [File Name], enter a file name, and then press [OK].
• Password
Press [Password], enter a password, and then press [OK]. Re-enter the password for
confirmation, and then press [OK].
• Select Folder
Press [Select Folder], specify the folder in which to save the stored files, and then press [OK].
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8. Press [OK].
9. If necessary, press [Scan Settings] to specify scanner settings such as resolution and scan
size.
10. Press [Start].
Checking a Stored File Selected from the List
This section explains how to preview a file selected from the list of stored files.
1. Press [Select Stored File].
2. Specify the folder in which the file you want to check is stored.
3. From the list of stored files, select the file you want to check.
You can select more than one file.
4. Press [Preview].
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Specifying the File Type
This section explains the procedure for specifying the file type of a file you want to send.
File types can be specified when sending files by e-mail or Scan to Folder, sending stored files by e-mail
or Scan to Folder, and saving files on a memory storage device.
You can select one of the following file types:
• Single Page: [TIFF / JPEG], [PDF]
If you select a single-page file type when scanning multiple originals, one file is created for each
single page and the number of files sent is the same as the number of pages scanned.
• Multi-page: [TIFF], [PDF]
If you select a multi-page file type when scan multiple originals, scanned pages are combined and
sent as a single file.
Selectable file types differ depending on the scan settings and other conditions. For details about file
types, see "Notes about and limitations of file types", Scan.
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
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Specifying Scan Settings
When Using the Scanner Application
About how to use the application's screen, see page 78 "[Scanner] Screen".
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7. Document Server
This chapter describes frequently used Document Server functions and operations. For information not
included in this chapter, see Copy/ Document Server available on our website.
Storing Data
This section describes the procedure for storing documents on the Document Server.
• A document accessed with a correct password remains selected even after operations are
complete, and it can be accessed by other users. After the operation, be sure to press [Reset] to
cancel the document selection.
• The user name registered to a stored document in the Document Server is to identify the document
creator and type. It is not to protect confidential documents from others.
• When turning on the fax transmission or scanning by the scanner, make sure that all other
operations are ended.
File Name
A file name such as "COPY0001" and "COPY0002" is automatically attached to the scanned
document. You can change the file name.
User Name
You can register a user name to identify the user or user group that stored the documents. To assign
it, select the user name registered in the Address Book, or enter the name directly. Depending on
the security setting, [Access Privileges] may appear instead of [User Name].
For details about the Address Book, see "Registering Addresses and Users", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
Password
To prevent unauthorized printing, you can specify a password for any stored document. A
protected document can only be accessed if its password is entered. If a password is specified for
the documents, the lock icon appears on the left side of the file name.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Document Server] icon.
3. Press [To Scanning Screen].
4. Press [Target Fldr. to Store].
5. Specify a folder in which to store the document, and then press [OK].
6. Press [User Name].
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7. Specify a user name, and then press [OK].
The user names shown are names that were registered in the Address Book. To specify a name not
shown in the screen, press [Manual Entry], and then enter a user name.
8. Press [File Name].
9. Enter a file name, and then press [OK].
10. Press [Password].
11. Enter a password with the number keys, and then press [OK].
You can use four to eight digits for the password.
12. For double-check, enter the password again, and then press [OK].
13. Place the original.
14. Specify the original scanning conditions.
15. Press [Start].
The original is scanned. The document is saved in the Document Server.
After scanning, a list of folders will be displayed. If the list does not appear, press [Finish Scanning].
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Printing Stored Documents
Prints stored documents on the Document Server.
The items you can specify on the printing screen are as follows:
• Paper tray
• The number of prints
• [Finishing] ([Sort], [Rotate Sort], [Stack], [Staple], [Punch], [Half Fold: Print Outside])
• [Cover/Slip Sheet] ([Front Cover], [Front/Back Cover], [Designate/Chapter], [Slip Sheet])
• [Edit / Stamp] ([Margin Adj.], [Stamp])
• [2 Sided Copy Top to Top], [2 Sided Copy Top to Bottom], [Booklet], [Magazine]
For details about each function, see the each section.
1. Select a folder.
2. Select a document to be printed.
3. When printing two or more documents at a time, repeat Step 2.
Up to 30 documents can be printed.
4. When specifying printing conditions, press [To Printing Screen], and then configure print
settings.
5. Enter the number of print copies with the number keys.
The maximum quantity that can be entered is 999.
6. Press [Start].
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8. Web Image Monitor
This chapter describes frequently used Web Image Monitor functions and operations. For information
not included in this chapter, see Connecting the Machine/ System Settings available on our website or
Web Image Monitor Help.
Displaying Top Page
This section explains the Top Page and how to display Web Image Monitor.
• When entering an IPv4 address, do not begin segments with zeros. For example: If the address is
"192.168.001.010", you must enter it as "192.168.1.10".
1. Start your web browser.
2. Enter "http://(machine's IP address or host name)/" in your web browser's URL bar.
Top Page of Web Image Monitor appears.
If the machine's host name has been registered on the DNS or WINS server, you can enter it.
When setting SSL, a protocol for encrypted communication, under environment which server
authentication is issued, enter "https://(machine's IP address or host name)/".
Web Image Monitor is divided into the following areas:
2
3
1
4
5
DMB010
1. Menu area
If you select a menu item, its content will be shown.
2. Header area
Display icons for the links to Help and the keyword search function. This area also displays [Login] and
[Logout], which allows you to switch between the administrator and guest mode.
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3. Refresh/Help
(Refresh): Click
at the upper right in the work area to update the machine information. Click the web
browser's [Refresh] button to refresh the entire browser screen.
(Help): Use Help to view or download Help file contents.
4. Basic Information area
Display the basic information of the machine.
5. Work area
Display the contents of the item selected in the menu area.
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This chapter describes how to load paper into the paper tray and recommended paper sizes and types.
Loading Paper
Precautions for Loading Paper
• When loading paper, take care not to trap or injure your fingers.
• Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
• To prevent multiple sheets from being fed at once, fan the paper before loading it.
• If you load paper when only a few sheets of paper remain in the tray, multiple sheet feeding may
occur. Remove any remaining paper, stack them with the new sheets of paper, and then fan the
entire stack before loading it into the tray.
• Straighten curled or warped paper before loading.
• For details about the paper sizes and types that can be used, see page 172 "Recommended
Paper Sizes and Types".
• You might at times hear a rustling noise from paper moving through the machine. This noise does
not indicate a malfunction.
Loading Paper into Paper Trays
Every paper tray is loaded in the same way.
In the following example procedure, paper is loaded into Tray 2.
•
(mainly Europe and Asia)
Tray 1 can hold A4 paper only. If you want to print on A5 , B5 JIS , or 81/2 × 11 from Tray
1, contact your service representative.
•
(mainly North America)
Tray 1 can hold 81/2 × 11 paper only. If you want to print on A4 , A5 , or B5 JIS from Tray
1, contact your service representative.
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the right side.
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• If a paper tray is pushed vigorously when putting it back into place, the position of the tray's side
fences may slip out of place.
1. Check that paper in the paper tray is not being used, and then pull the tray carefully out
until it stops.
DLV106
2. Square the paper and load it print side up.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
DLV107
3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• Various sizes of paper can be loaded in Trays 2–4 by adjusting the positions of side fences and
end fence. For details, see "Changing the Paper Size in Trays 2 - 4", Paper Specifications and
Adding Paper.
• You can load envelopes in Trays 2–4. When loading envelopes, place them in the correct
orientation. For details, see page 182 "Envelopes".
Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray
Use the bypass tray to use OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, translucent paper, and paper that
cannot be loaded in the paper trays.
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Loading Paper
• The maximum number of sheets you can load at the same time depends on paper type. Do not
stack paper over the limit mark. For the maximum number of sheets you can load, see page 172
"Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
1. Open the bypass tray.
DLV108
2. Load the paper face down until you hear the beep.
3. Align the paper guides to the paper size.
If the guides are not flush against the paper, images might be skewed or paper misfeeds might
occur.
DLV109
• When you use the bypass tray, it is recommended to load the paper in
orientation.
• Certain types of paper might not be detected properly when placed on the bypass tray. If this
happens, remove the paper and place it on the bypass tray again.
• Pull the extender out when loading A4 , 81/2 × 11
or larger size paper in the bypass tray.
• When loading thick paper, thin paper, or OHP transparencies, specify the paper size and the
paper type.
• Letterhead paper must be loaded in a specific orientation. For details, see page 169 "Loading
Orientation-fixed Paper or Two-sided Paper".
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• You can load envelopes into the bypass tray. Envelopes must be loaded in a specific orientation.
For details, see page 182 "Envelopes".
• Specify the sizes of paper that are not automatically detected. For details about the sizes that can
be detected automatically, see page 172 "Recommended Paper Sizes and Types". For details
about how to specify sizes, see page 164 "Printing from the Bypass Tray Using the Printer
Function" or "Copying from the Bypass Tray", Copy/ Document Server.
• When loading paper that has a horizontal width of 457.2–1,260 mm (18.00–49.60 inches),
install the optional banner paper guide tray. For details, see page 160 "Loading paper into the
banner paper guide tray".
• When copying from the bypass tray, see "Copying from the Bypass Tray", Copy/ Document
Server. When printing from a computer, see page 164 "Printing from the Bypass Tray Using the
Printer Function".
• When [Notification Sound] is set to [No Sound], it does not sound if you load paper into the
bypass tray. For details about [Notification Sound], see "Screen Features", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
Loading paper into the banner paper guide tray
1. Turn the knob clockwise until its triangle mark stops at the unlock mark.
DLV130
2. Hold the handle in one hand while supporting the back of the bypass tray with the other
hand, and then open the bypass tray slowly.
Open the bypass tray until it is parallel to the floor.
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DLV125
3. Raise the banner paper guide tray, and then insert it into the bypass tray until it becomes
stable.
When loading paper that has a horizontal width of 148–457.2 mm (5.83–18.00 inches),
proceed to Step 4.
2
2
1
DLV126
4. Load the paper face down until you hear the beep.
5. Align the paper guides to the paper size.
If the guides are not flush against the paper, images might be skewed or paper misfeeds might
occur.
DLV127
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6. Open the subtray, and then raise the minor banner paper guide tray.
When loading paper that has a horizontal width of 148–900.0 mm (5.83–35.5 inches), proceed
to Step 7.
1
2
DLV128
7. Set the leading edge of the paper according to the paper size.
• When using paper that has a horizontal width of 1,200 mm (47.3 inches), curl the paper so
that its leading edge touches the minor banner paper guide tray.
DLV129
• When using paper that has a horizontal width of 900 mm (35.5 inches), curl the paper so
that its leading edge touches the side of the machine.
DLV132
• When using paper that has a horizontal width of 457.2–900 mm (18.00–35.5 inches), set
the paper so that its leading edge protrudes from the banner paper guide tray.
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DLV133
• When using paper that has a horizontal width of 148–457.2 mm (5.83–18.00 inches), set
the paper as loading paper into the bypass tray.
DLV134
• You can load up to 10 sheets of paper that has a horizontal width of 457.2–1,260 mm (18.00–
49.60 inches) into the banner paper guide tray. When loading multiple sheets of paper into the
banner paper guide tray, be sure to separate them one by one before loading them.
• When [Notification Sound] is set to [No Sound], it does not sound if you load paper into the
banner paper guide tray. For details about [Notification Sound], see "Screen Features",
Connecting the Machine/ System Settings.
Closing the banner paper guide tray
1. Remove any paper that is loaded.
2. Fold the subtray up.
3. Slide the paper guides outward to the maximum width.
4. Fold up the banner paper guide tray.
5. Hold the handle in one hand while supporting the back of the bypass tray with the other
hand, and then close the bypass tray slowly.
6. Turn the knob counter-clockwise until its triangle mark stops at the lock mark.
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Printing from the Bypass Tray Using the Printer Function
• If you select [Machine Setting(s)] in [Bypass Tray] under [Tray Setting Priority] in [System] of the
Printer Features menu, the settings made using the control panel have priority over the printer driver
settings. For details, see "System", Print.
• The default of [Bypass Tray] is [Machine Setting(s): Any Type].
• Settings remain valid until they are changed.
• For details about setting printer drivers, see "Printing Documents", Print.
• The default of [Printer Bypass Paper Size] is [Auto Detect].
Specifying regular sizes using the control panel
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [User Tools] icon (
).
3. Press [Tray Paper Settings].
4. Press [Printer Bypass Paper Size].
5. Select the paper size.
6. Press [OK].
7. Press [User Tools] (
8. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Specifying a custom size paper using the control panel
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [User Tools] icon (
3. Press [Tray Paper Settings].
4. Press [Printer Bypass Paper Size].
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) on.
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5. Press [Custom Size].
If a custom size is already specified, press [Change Size].
6. Press [Vertical].
7. Enter the vertical size using the number keys, and then press [ ].
8. Press [Horizontal].
9. Enter the horizontal size using the number keys, and then press [ ].
10. Press [OK] twice.
11. Press [User Tools] (
12. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
Specifying thick paper, thin paper, or OHP transparencies for paper type using the
control panel
• Use A4
or 81/2 × 11
size OHP transparencies, and specify their size.
• Usually only one side of OHP transparencies can be used for printing. Be sure to load them with the
print side down.
• When printing onto OHP transparencies, remove printed sheets one by one.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Flick the screen to the left, and then press the [User Tools] icon (
).
3. Press [Tray Paper Settings].
4. Press [Printer Bypass Paper Size], and then specify the paper size.
5. Press [OK].
6. Press [ Next].
7. Press [Paper Type: Bypass Tray].
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8. Select the proper items, according to the paper type you want to specify.
• Press [OHP (Transparency)] on the [Paper Type] area when loading OHP transparencies.
• To load thin or thick paper, press [Do not Display] on the [Paper Type] area, and then select
the appropriate paper thickness in the [Paper Thickness] area.
9. Press [OK].
10. Press [User Tools] (
11. Press [Home] (
) on the top right of the screen.
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
• We recommend that you use specified OHP transparencies.
• For details about paper thickness, see "Tray Paper Settings", Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
Loading Paper into Tray 3 (LCT)
(mainly Europe and Asia)
Tray 3 (LCT) can hold A4 paper only. If you want to print on 81/2 × 11 from Tray 3 (LCT), contact
your service representative.
(mainly North America)
Tray 3 (LCT) can hold 81/2 × 11 paper only. If you want to print on A4 from Tray 3 (LCT), contact
your service representative.
• When paper loaded in the right side of Tray 3 (LCT) runs out, paper on the left is automatically
shifted to the right. Do not pull out Tray 3 (LCT) while the tray is moving paper; wait until sounds
stop coming from the tray.
• For the right stack, align the right edge of the paper with the right edge of the tray. For the left
stack, align the left edge of the paper to the left edge of the tray.
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1. Carefully pull out the paper tray until it stops.
CVA017
2. Square the paper and load it print side up.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
• Whole tray pulled out
CVA018
• Left half of the tray pulled out
CVA019
3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• You can load paper even if Tray 3 (LCT) is in use. It is okay to pull out the left half of the tray while
Tray 3 (LCT) is in use.
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• Load 30 or more sheets of paper in the left half of the tray.
Loading Paper into the Large Capacity Tray (LCT)
(mainly Europe and Asia)
The large capacity tray (LCT) can hold A4 paper only. If you want to print on 81/2 × 11 or B5 JIS
from the large capacity tray (LCT), contact your service representative.
(mainly North America)
The large capacity tray (LCT) can hold 81/2 × 11 paper only. If you want to print on A4 or B5 JIS
from the large capacity tray (LCT), contact your service representative.
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the left side.
1. Check that paper in the paper tray is not being used, and then open the right cover of the
large capacity tray (LCT).
DLV120
2. Load paper into the paper tray with the print side down.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
DLV121
3. Close the right cover of the large capacity tray (LCT).
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Loading Paper
Loading Orientation-fixed Paper or Two-sided Paper
Orientation-fixed (top to bottom) or two-sided paper (for example, letterhead paper, punched paper, or
copied paper) might not be printed correctly, depending on how the originals and paper are placed.
Settings for the User Tools
• Copier mode
Specify [Yes] for [Letterhead Setting] in [Input / Output] under the Copier / Document Server
Features menu, and then place the original and paper as shown below.
• Printer mode
Specify [Auto Detect] or [On (Always)] for [Letterhead Setting] in [System] under the Printer
Features menu, and then place the paper as shown below.
For details about the letterhead settings, see "Input / Output", Copy/ Document Server, or
"System", Print.
Original orientation and paper orientation
The meanings of the icons are as follows:
Icon
Meaning
Place or load paper scanned or printed side face up.
Place or load paper scanned or printed side face down.
• Original orientation
Original orientation
Exposure glass
ADF
Readable orientation
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Original orientation
Unreadable
orientation
Exposure glass
ADF
• Copy
• Scanner
• Paper orientation
• Copier mode
Copy side
Tray 1 or
Tray 3 (LCT)
Trays 2–4
Large capacity
tray (LCT)
Bypass tray
Trays 2–4
Large capacity
tray (LCT)
Bypass tray
One-sided
Two-sided
• Printer mode
Print side
One-sided
Two-sided
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Tray 1 or Tray
3 (LCT)
Loading Paper
• In copier mode:
• For details about how to make two-sided copies, see "Duplex Copying", Copy/ Document
Server.
• In printer mode:
• To print on letterhead paper when [Auto Detect] is specified for [Letterhead Setting], you must
specify [Letterhead] as the paper type in the printer driver's settings.
• If a print job is changed partway through printing from one-sided to two-sided printing, onesided output after the first copy may be printed facing a different direction. To ensure all
paper is output facing the same direction, specify different input trays for one-sided and twosided printing. Note also that two-sided printing must be disabled for the tray specified for
one-sided printing.
• For details about how to make two-sided prints, see "Printing on Both Sides of Sheets", Print.
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Recommended Paper
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
This section describes recommended paper sizes and types.
• If you use paper that curls, either because it is too dry or too damp, a staple clogging or paper jam
may occur.
• Do not use paper designed for inkjet printers, as these may stick to the fusing unit and cause a
misfeed.
• When you load OHP transparencies, check the front and back of the sheets, and place them
correctly, or a misfeed might occur.
Tray 1
Paper type and weight
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
Paper size
Paper capacity
550 sheets
A4
81/2 × 11
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
*1
550 sheets
A5 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS
*1 To load paper any of the sizes specified above, contact your service representative.
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Tray 2
Paper type and weight
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Paper size
Paper sizes that can be
detected automatically*1:
Paper capacity
550 sheets
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
A3 , A4
, B5 JIS
SRA3
, A5 , B4 JIS
, 81/2 × 11 ,
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS , 11 ×
17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 ×
11
, 71/4 × 101/2 , 12
× 18 , 81/2 × 132/5
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
Select the paper size using
the Tray Paper Settings
menu*1:
A5
17
13
14
,
550 sheets
, A6 , B6 JIS , 11 ×
, 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 ×
, 81/2 × 11 , 81/4 ×
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
8 × 10 , 71/4 × 101/2
,
51/2 × 81/2 , 8K , 16K
, 12 × 18 , 11 × 15 ,
10 × 14 , 81/2 × 132/5
A3 , A4 , A5 , A6 , B4
JIS , B5 JIS , B6 JIS ,
81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14 ,
81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 8 ×
10 ,
71/4 × 101/2 , 51/2 ×
81/2 , 8K , 16K
, 11
× 15 , 10 × 14 , SRA3
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Paper type and weight
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
Paper size
Custom size*2, 3:
Paper capacity
550 sheets
Vertical: 90.0–320.0 mm
Horizontal: 148.0–457.2
mm
Vertical: 3.55–12.59 inches
Horizontal: 5.83–18.00
inches
Envelopes
Select the paper size using
the Tray Paper Settings menu:
41/8 × 91/2
, 37/8 ×
71/2 , C5 Env
, C6 Env
, DL Env
•
: 50 sheets
•
:
Double flap: 15 sheets
Single flap: 25 sheets
*1 Adjust the supporting side fence before loading B4 JIS , A3 , SRA3 , 11 × 17 , or 12 × 18
paper.
*2 Set the supporting side fence position to SRA3 before loading paper with a vertical length of 297 mm
or longer and a horizontal length of over 335 mm.
*3 When loading paper with a vertical length of more than 304.8 mm (12.0 inches) in Trays 2–4, use
paper that has a horizontal width of 450 mm (17.8 inches) or less.
Trays 3 and 4
Paper type and weight
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Paper size
Paper sizes that can be
detected automatically*1:
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
A3 , A4
, B5 JIS
SRA3 *2
, A5 , B4 JIS
, 81/2 × 11 ,
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS , 11 ×
17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 ×
11
, 71/4 × 101/2 , 12
× 18 *2, 81/2 × 132/5
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Paper capacity
550 sheets
Recommended Paper
Paper type and weight
Paper size
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Select the paper size using the
Tray Paper Settings menu*1:
Paper capacity
550 sheets
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
A5 , A6 , B6 JIS ,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 ,
81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11 ,
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8
× 13 , 8 × 10 ,
71/4 × 101/2
, 51/2 ×
1
8 /2 , 8K , 16K
, 12 ×
*2
, 11 × 15 , 10 × 14
18
, 81/2 × 132/5
A3 , A4 , A5 , A6 , B4
JIS , B5 JIS , B6 JIS ,
81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14 ,
81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 8 ×
10 ,
71/4 × 101/2 , 51/2 ×
81/2 , 8K , 16K
, 11 ×
15 , 10 × 14 , SRA3 *2
60–300 g/m2 (16 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Plain Paper 1–Thick Paper 4
Custom size*3, 4:
550 sheets
Vertical: 90.0–320.0 mm
Horizontal: 148.0–457.2 mm
Vertical: 3.55–12.59 inches
Horizontal: 5.83–18.00
inches
Envelopes
Select the paper size using the
Tray Paper Settings menu:
41/
1
8 × 9 /2
71/2 , C5 Env
, DL Env
, 37/
8×
, C6 Env
•
: 50 sheets
•
:
Double flap: 15 sheets
Single flap: 25 sheets
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*1 Adjust the supporting side fence before loading B4 JIS , A3 , SRA3 , 11 × 17 , or 12 × 18
paper.
*2 There are lines to indicate these paper sizes on the labels attached to the paper trays, however there is
no size description for these paper sizes.
*3 When loading paper with a vertical length of more than 304.8 mm (12.0 inches) in Trays 2–4, use
paper that has a horizontal width of 450 mm (17.8 inches) or less.
*4 Set the supporting side fence position to SRA3 before loading paper with a vertical length of 297 mm
or longer and a horizontal length of over 335 mm.
Bypass tray
Paper type and weight
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Paper size
Paper sizes that can be
detected automatically:
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
• 100 sheets (up to 10 mm
in height)
• Thick Paper 1: 40 sheets
A3 , A4
, A5
, A6 ,
B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS
, SRA3
A5 , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 ,
81/2 × 11
, 51/2 × 81/2
, 12 × 18 , SRA3
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Paper capacity
• Thick Paper 2–Thick
Paper 3: 20 sheets
• Thick Paper 4: 16 sheets
Recommended Paper
Paper type and weight
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
Paper size
Paper capacity
*1
• 100 sheets (up to 10 mm
in height)
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 ,
81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
,
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8
× 13 , 8 × 10 ,
71/
× 101/
• Thick Paper 1: 40 sheets
• Thick Paper 2–Thick
Paper 3: 20 sheets
• Thick Paper 4: 16 sheets
, 51/
4
2
2×
81/2 , 8K , 16K
, 12 ×
18 , 11 × 15 , 10 × 14 ,
SRA4
, 81/2 × 132/5
A3 , A4
, A5 , A6
B4 JIS , B5 JIS , B6 JIS
81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13
× 13 , 8 × 10 ,
,
,
,
,8
71/4 × 101/2
, 8K ,
16K
, 11 × 15 , 10 × 14
, SRA4
, 81/2 × 132/5
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
Custom size*2:
Vertical: 90.0–320.0 mm
Horizontal: 148.0–457.2
mm*3
• 100 sheets (up to 10 mm
in height)
• Thick Paper 1: 40 sheets
• Thick Paper 2–Thick
Paper 3: 20 sheets
• Thick Paper 4: 16 sheets
Vertical: 3.55–12.59 inches
Horizontal: 5.83–18.00
inches*3
, 81/2 × 11
OHP transparencies
A4
Translucent paper
A3 , A4
JIS
Label paper (adhesive labels)
B4 JIS , A4
, B4 JIS , B5
50 sheets
1 sheet
30 sheets
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Paper type and weight
Envelopes
Paper size
*1
Paper capacity
10 sheets
41/8 × 91/2
, 37/8 ×
71/2
, C5 Env
, C6
Env
, DL Env
*1 Select the paper size. For copier mode, see "Copying from the Bypass Tray", Copy/ Document Server.
For printer mode, see page 164 "Specifying regular sizes using the control panel".
*2 Enter the paper size. For copier mode, see "Copying from the Bypass Tray", Copy/ Document Server.
For printer mode, see page 164 "Specifying a custom size paper using the control panel".
*3 In printer or facsimile mode, the maximum horizontal length of the custom size is 1,260 mm (49.60
inches). If you want to print on paper with a horizontal length of 600–1,260 mm (23.62–49.60
inches), contact your service representative. If you want to load paper with a horizontal length of 600
mm (23.62 inches) or longer in the bypass tray, it must have a vertical width of 305 mm (12.1 inches)
or less.
Tray 3 (LCT)
Paper type and weight
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
Paper size
Paper capacity
1000 sheets × 2
A4
81/2 × 11
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
*1
1000 sheets × 2
81/2 × 11
A4
*1 To load paper any of the sizes specified above, contact your service representative.
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Large capacity tray (LCT)
Paper type and weight
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
Paper size
Paper capacity
1500 sheets
A4
81/2 × 11
52–300 g/m2 (14 lb. Bond–
110 lb. Cover)
Thin Paper–Thick Paper 4
*1
1500 sheets
B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11
A4 , B5 JIS
*1 To load paper any of the sizes specified above, contact your service representative.
Paper Thickness
Paper Thickness*1
Paper weight
Thin Paper*2
52–59 g/m2 (14–15 lb. Bond)
Plain Paper 1
60–74 g/m2 (16–20 lb. Bond)
Plain Paper 2
75–81 g/m2 (20 lb. Bond)
Middle Thick
82–105 g/m2 (20–28 lb. Bond)
Thick Paper 1
106–169 g/m2 (28 lb. Bond–90 lb. Index)
Thick Paper 2
170–220 g/m2 (65–80 lb. Cover)
Thick Paper 3
221–256 g/m2 (80 lb. Cover–140 lb. Index)
Thick Paper 4
257–300 g/m2 (140 lb. Index–110 lb. Cover)
*1 Print quality will decrease if the paper you are using is close to the minimum or maximum weight.
Change the paper weight setting to thinner or thicker.
*2 Depending on the type of thin paper, the edges may crease or the paper may be misfed.
• Certain types of paper, such as translucent paper or OHP transparencies, may produce noise
when delivered. This noise does not indicate a problem and print quality is unaffected.
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• The paper capacity described in the tables above is an example. Actual paper capacity might be
lower, depending on the paper type.
• When loading paper, make sure the stack height does not exceed the limit mark of the paper tray.
• If multiple sheet feeding occurs, fan sheets thoroughly or load sheets one by one from the bypass
tray.
• Flatten out curled sheets before loading them.
• Depending on the paper sizes and types, the copy/print speed may be slower than usual.
• When loading thick paper of 106–300 g/m2 (28 lb. Bond–110 lb. Cover), see page 181 "Thick
paper".
• When loading envelopes, see page 182 "Envelopes".
• When copying or printing onto letterhead paper, the paper placing orientation is different
depending on which function you are using. For details, see page 169 "Loading Orientation-fixed
Paper or Two-sided Paper".
• If you load paper of the same size and same type in two or more trays, the machine automatically
feeds from one of the trays in which [Yes] is selected for [Apply Auto Paper Select] when the first
tray in use runs out of paper. This function is called Auto Tray Switching. This saves interrupting a
copy run to replenish paper when making a large number of copies. You can specify the paper
type of the paper trays under [Paper Type]. For details, see "Tray Paper Settings", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings. For the setting procedure of the Auto Tray Switching function, see
"General Features", Copy/ Document Server.
• When loading label paper:
• We recommend that you use specified label paper.
• It is recommended to place one sheet at a time.
• Press [Bypass], and then select the appropriate paper thickness for [Paper Type].
• When loading OHP transparencies:
• It is recommended to place one sheet at a time.
• When copying onto OHP transparencies, see "Copying onto OHP Transparencies", Copy/
Document Server.
• When printing on OHP transparencies from the computer, see page 165 "Specifying thick
paper, thin paper, or OHP transparencies for paper type using the control panel".
• Fan OHP transparencies thoroughly whenever you use them. This prevents OHP
transparencies from sticking together, and from feeding incorrectly.
• Remove copied or printed sheets one by one.
• When loading translucent paper:
• When loading translucent paper, always use long grain paper, and set the paper direction
according to the grain.
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• Translucent paper easily absorbs humidity and becomes curled. Remove curl in the translucent
paper before loading.
• Remove copied or printed sheets one by one.
• When loading coated paper:
• To print on coated paper: press the [User Tools] icon ( ), press [Tray Paper Settings], and
then, for each tray's [Paper Type] be sure to specify [Paper Type] to [Coated: Matte], and
[Paper Thickness] to the appropriate paper thickness.
• To print on high-gloss coated paper: press the [User Tools] icon ( ), press [Tray Paper
Settings], and then, for each tray's [Paper Type], be sure to set [Paper Type] to [Coated:
Glossy].
• When loading coated paper or glossy paper, always fan the paper before using it.
• If a paper jam occurs or if the machine makes a strange noise when feeding stacks of coated
paper, feed the coated paper from the bypass tray one sheet at a time.
• After continuous printing of A5
, A6 , envelopes or other smaller custom paper sizes, printing
on different sized paper may require a wait of up to 1 minute for adjustments.
Thick paper
This section gives you various details about and recommendations concerning thick paper.
When loading thick paper of 106–300 g/m2 (28 lb. Bond–110 lb. Cover), follow the
recommendations below to prevent misfeeds and loss of image quality.
• Store all your paper in the same environment - a room where the temperature is 20–25°C (68–
77°F) and the humidity is 30–65%.
• When loading paper in the paper trays, be sure to load at least 20 sheets. Also, be sure to position
the side fences flush against the paper stack.
• Jams and misfeeds can occur when printing on thick smooth paper. To prevent such problems, be
sure to fan smooth paper thoroughly before loading them. If paper continues to become jammed or
feed in together even after they are fanned, load them one by one from the bypass tray.
• When loading thick paper, set the paper direction according to its grain, as shown in the following
diagram:
Direction of
paper grain
Tray 1 or Tray 3
(LCT)
Trays 2–4
Large capacity
tray (LCT)
Bypass tray
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Direction of
paper grain
Tray 1 or Tray 3
(LCT)
Not
recommended
Trays 2–4
Large capacity
tray (LCT)
Bypass tray
Not
recommended
• Select [Thick Paper 1], [Thick Paper 2], [Thick Paper 3], or [Thick Paper 4] as the paper thickness in
[Tray Paper Settings].
• Even if thick paper is loaded as described above, normal operations and print quality might still not
be possible, depending on the paper type.
• Prints might have prominent vertical creases.
• Prints might be noticeably curled. Flatten out prints if they are creased or curled.
Envelopes
This section gives you various details about and recommendations concerning envelopes.
• Do not use window envelopes.
• Misfeeds might occur depending on the length and shape of the flaps.
• Only envelopes that are at least 148 mm (5.9 inches) wide and whose flaps are open can be
loaded in the orientation.
• When loading envelopes in the orientation, load them with flaps fully open. Otherwise, they
might not feed into the machine.
• Before loading envelopes, press down on them to remove any air from inside, flatten out all four
edges. If they are bent or curled, flatten their leading edges (the edge going into the machine) by
running a pencil or ruler across them.
In copier mode
The way to load envelopes varies depending on the orientation of the envelopes. When copying
onto envelopes, load them according to the applicable orientation shown below:
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How to load envelopes
Orientation of
envelopes
Exposure glass
Trays 2–4
Bypass tray
Side-opening
envelopes
• Flaps: open
• Flaps: open
• Flaps: open
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the left of the
machine
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the right of the
machine
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the left of the
machine
• Side to be
scanned: face
down
• Side to be printed:
face up
• Side to be printed:
face down
• Flaps: closed
• Flaps: closed
• Flaps: closed
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the back of the
machine
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the back of the
machine
• Bottom side of
envelopes: toward
the back of the
machine
• Side to be
scanned: face
down
• Side to be printed:
face up
• Side to be printed:
face down
Side-opening
envelopes
When loading envelopes, specify the envelope size and thickness. For details, see "Copying onto
Envelopes", Copy/ Document Server.
In printer mode
The way to load envelopes varies depending on the orientation of the envelopes. When printing
onto envelopes, load them according to the applicable orientation shown below:
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How to load envelopes
Types of envelopes
Trays 2–4
Bypass tray
Side-opening
envelopes
• Flaps: open
• Flaps: open
• Bottom side of envelopes:
toward the right of the
machine
• Bottom side of envelopes:
toward the left of the machine
• Side to be printed: face down
• Side to be printed: face up
Side-opening
envelopes
• Flaps: closed
• Flaps: closed
• Bottom side of envelopes:
toward the back of the
machine
• Bottom side of envelopes:
toward the back of the
machine
• Side to be printed: face up
• Side to be printed: face down
When loading envelopes, select "Envelope" as the paper types using both [Tray Paper Settings]
and printer driver and specify the thickness of envelopes. For details, see "Printing on Envelopes",
Print.
To print on envelopes that are loaded with their short edges against the machine body, rotate the
print image by 180 degrees using the printer driver.
Recommended envelopes
For information about recommended envelopes, contact your local dealer.
For details about the sizes of envelopes you can load, see page 172 "Recommended Paper Sizes
and Types".
• Load only one size and type of envelope at a time.
• The Duplex function cannot be used with envelopes.
• To get better output quality, it is recommended that you set the right, left, top, and bottom print
margin, to at least 15 mm (0.6 inches) each.
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• Output quality on envelopes may be uneven if parts of an envelope have differing thicknesses. Print
one or two envelopes to check print quality.
• Copied or printed sheets are delivered to the internal tray even if you specified a different tray.
• Flatten out prints if they are creased or curled.
• Check the envelopes are not damp.
• High temperature and high humidity conditions can reduce print quality and cause envelopes to
become creased.
• Depending on the environment, copying or printing on envelopes may wrinkle them even if they
are recommended.
• Certain types of envelopes might come out creased, dirtied, or misprinted. If you are printing a
solid color on an envelope, lines may appear where the overlapped edges of the envelope make it
thicker.
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Adding Toner
This section explains precautions when adding toner, how to send faxes or scanned documents when
the toner has run out, and how to dispose of used toner.
• Do not incinerate toner (new or used) or toner containers. Doing so risks burns. Toner will ignite
on contact with naked flame.
• Do not store toner (new or used) or toner containers anywhere near naked flames. Doing so
risks fire and burns. Toner will ignite on contact with naked flame.
• Do not use a vacuum cleaner to remove spilled toner (including used toner). Absorbed toner
may cause a fire or explosion due to electrical contact flickering inside the vacuum cleaner.
However, it is possible to use a vacuum cleaner that is explosion-proof and dust ignition-proof. If
toner is spilled on the floor, remove the spilled toner slowly using a wet cloth, so that the toner is
not scattered.
• The following explains the warning messages on the plastic bag used in this product's
packaging.
• Keep the polythene materials (bags, etc.) supplied with this machine away from babies
and small children at all times. Suffocation can result if polythene materials are brought into
contact with the mouth or nose.
• Do not crush or squeeze toner containers. Doing so can cause toner spillage, possibly resulting
in dirtying of skin, clothing, and floor, and accidental ingestion.
• Store toner (new or used), toner containers, and components that have been in contact with
toner out of reach of children.
• If toner or used toner is inhaled, gargle with plenty of water and move into a fresh air
environment. Consult a doctor if necessary.
• If toner or used toner gets into your eyes, flush immediately with large amounts of water. Consult
a doctor if necessary.
• If toner or used toner is swallowed, dilute by drinking a large amount of water. Consult a doctor
if necessary.
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• When removing jammed paper or replacing toner, avoid getting toner (new or used) on your
clothing. If toner comes into contact with your clothing, wash the stained area with cold water.
Hot water will set the toner into the fabric and make removing the stain impossible.
• When removing jammed paper or replacing toner, avoid getting toner (new or used) on your
skin. If toner comes into contact with your skin, wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and
water.
• When replacing a toner or waste toner container or consumables with toner, make sure that the
toner does not splatter. Put the waste consumables in a bag after they are removed. For
consumables with a lid, make sure that the lid is shut.
• Always replace the toner cartridge when a notification appears on the machine.
• Fault may occur if you use toner other than the recommended type.
• When adding toner, do not turn off the main power. If you do, settings will be lost.
• Store toner where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, temperatures above 35°C (95°F), or
high humidity.
• Store toner horizontally.
• Do not shake the toner cartridge with its mouth down after removing it. Residual toner may scatter.
• Do not repeatedly install and remove toner cartridges. This will result in toner leakage.
Follow the instruction on the screen regarding how to replace a toner cartridge.
• If "Toner Cartridge is almost empty." appears on the system message widget, the toner has almost
run out. Have a replacement toner cartridge at hand.
• If appears when there is a lot of toner, hold the cartridge with the opening upward, shake it
well, and then reinstall it.
• When "No Toner" appears on the system message widget, you can check the name of the required
toner and the replacement procedure using the [ Add Toner] screen. To display the [ Add
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Toner] screen, press [Check Status], and then press [Check] in the [Mach. Status] area in the
[Mach./Applic. Stat] tab.
• For details about how to check contact number where you can order supplies, see "Inquiry",
Maintenance and Specifications.
Sending Faxes or Scanned Documents When Toner Has Run Out
When the machine has run out of toner, the indicator on the display lights. Note that even if there is no
toner left, you can still send faxes or scanned documents.
• If number of communications executed after the toner has run out and not listed in the automatically
output Journal exceeds 200, communication is not possible.
1. Press [Home] (
) at the bottom of the screen in the center.
2. Press the [Fax] icon or the [Scanner] icon.
3. Press [Exit], and then perform transmission operation.
The error message disappears.
• Any reports are not printed.
Disposing of Used Toner
This section describes what to do with used toner.
Toner cannot be re-used.
Pack used toner containers in the container's box or a bag to prevent the toner from leaking out of the
container when you dispose of it.
(mainly Europe and Asia)
If you want to discard your used toner container, please contact your local sales office. If you discard it
by yourself, treat it as general plastic waste material.
(mainly North America)
Please see our local company website for information on the recycling of supply products, or you can
recycle items according to the requirements of your local municipalities or private recyclers.
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10. Troubleshooting
This chapter describes basic troubleshooting procedures.
When a Status Icon Is Displayed
This section describes the status icons displayed when the machine requires the user to remove misfed
paper, to add paper, or to perform other procedures.
Status Icon
: Paper Misfeed icon
Status
Appears when a paper misfeed occurs.
For details about removing jammed paper, see "Removing
Jammed Paper", Troubleshooting.
: Original Misfeed icon
Appears when an original misfeed occurs.
For details about removing jammed paper, see "Removing
Jammed Paper", Troubleshooting.
: Load Paper icon
Appears when paper runs out.
For details about loading paper, see "Loading Paper",
Paper Specifications and Adding Paper.
: Add Toner icon
Appears when toner runs out.
For details about adding toner, see "Adding Toner",
Maintenance and Specifications.
: Add Staple icon
Appears when staples run out.
For details about adding staples, see "Adding Staples",
Maintenance and Specifications.
: Waste Toner Full icon
Appears when the waste toner bottle is full.
For details about replacing the waste toner bottle, see
"Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle", Maintenance and
Specifications.
: Hole Punch Receptacle Full icon
Appears when the hole punch receptacle is full.
For details about removing punch waste, see "Removing
Punch Waste", Troubleshooting.
: Service Call icon
Appears when the machine is malfunctioning or requires
maintenance.
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Status Icon
: Open Cover icon
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Status
Appears when one or more covers of the machine are
open.
When the Indicator Lamp for [Check Status] Is Lit or Flashing
When the Indicator Lamp for [Check Status] Is
Lit or Flashing
If the indicator lamp for [Check Status] lights up or flashes, press [Check Status] to display the [Check
Status] screen. Check the status of each function in the [Check Status] screen.
[Check Status] screen
1
2
4
3
DNK006
1. [Mach./Applic. Stat] tab
Indicates the status of the machine and each function.
2. [Check]
If an error occurs in the machine or a function, press [Check] to view details.
Pressing [Check] displays an error message or the corresponding function screen. Check the error message
displayed on the function screen and take the appropriate action. For details about how to resolve the
problems described in error messages, see "When Messages Appear", Troubleshooting.
3. Messages
Displays a message that indicates the status of the machine and each function.
4. Status icons
The status icons that can be displayed are described below:
: The function is performing a job.
: The machine cannot be used because an error has occurred in the machine.
: The function cannot be used because an error has occurred in the function or machine. This icon may also
appear if the toner is running low.
The following table explains problems that cause the indicator lamp for [Check Status] to light or flash.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Documents and reports do
not print out.
The paper output tray is full.
Remove the prints from the tray.
Documents and reports do
not print out.
There is no paper left.
Load paper. For details about loading
paper, see "Loading Paper", Paper
Specifications and Adding Paper.
An error has occurred.
A function which has the
status "Error Occurred" in
the [Check Status] screen is
defective.
Press [Check] in the function which the
error has occurred. Then read the
displayed message, and take the
appropriate action. For details about
error messages and their solutions, see
"When Messages Appear",
Troubleshooting.
You can use other functions normally.
The machine is unable to
connect to the network.
A network error has
occurred.
• Check that the machine is
correctly connected to the
network and that the machine is
correctly set. For details about
how to connect the network, see
"Connecting to the Interface",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
• For details about connecting to
the network, contact your
administrator.
• If the indicator lamp is still lit even
after you try to solve the problem
as described here, contact your
service representative.
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When the Machine Makes a Beeping Sound
When the Machine Makes a Beeping Sound
The following table describes the meaning of the various beep patterns that the machine issues to alert
users about left originals and other machine conditions.
Beep pattern
Meaning
Cause
Single short beep
Panel/screen input
accepted.
A screen key was pressed.
Short, then long beep
Panel/screen input rejected.
An invalid key was pressed on the
screen, or the entered password was
incorrect.
Single long beep
Job completed successfully.
A Copier/Document Server Features
job has finished.
2 long beeps
Machine has warmed up.
When the power is turned on or the
machine exits Sleep mode, the
machine has fully warmed up and is
ready for use.
5 long beeps
Soft alert
An auto reset was performed through
the simple screen of the Copier/
Document Server function or the
Scanner function.
5 long beeps repeated four
times.
Soft alert
An original has been left on the
exposure glass or paper tray is empty.
5 short beeps repeated five
times.
Strong alert
The machine requires user attention
because paper has jammed, the toner
needs replenishing, or other problems
have occurred.
• Users cannot mute the machine's beep alerts. When the machine beeps to alert users of a paper
jam or toner request, if the machine's covers are opened and closed repeatedly within a short
space of time, the beep alert might continue, even after normal status has resumed.
• You can enable or disable beep alerts. For details about Sound, see "DEVICE", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
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When You Have Problems Operating the
Machine
Problem
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Cause
Solution
When the machine is turned
on, the only icon that
appears on the home screen
is the [Copier] icon.
Functions other than the
copier function are not yet
ready.
Wait a little longer.
The machine has just been
turned on and the User Tools
screen is displayed, but the
User Tools menu has items
missing.
Functions other than the
copier function are not yet
ready. Time required varies
by function. Functions
appear in the User Tools
menu when they become
ready for use.
Wait a little longer.
The indicator lamp remains
lit and the machine does not
enter Sleep mode even
though [Energy Saver] was
pressed.
In some cases, the machine
does not enter Sleep mode
when [Energy Saver] is
pressed.
Before you press [Energy Saver],
check that Sleep mode can be
enabled. For details about enabling
Sleep mode, see "Saving Energy",
Getting Started.
The display is turned off.
The machine is in Sleep
mode.
Touch the display panel.
Nothing happens when the
display panel is touched.
The power is turned off.
Make sure the main power indicator is
off, and then turn on the power.
The power turns off
automatically.
The Weekly Timer setting is
set to [Main Power Off].
Change the Weekly Timer setting. For
details about the Weekly Timer setting,
see "Timer Settings", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
The user code entry screen is Users are restricted by User
displayed.
Code Authentication.
For details about how to log in when
User Code Authentication is enabled,
see "When the Authentication Screen is
Displayed", Getting Started.
The Authentication screen
appears.
See "When the Authentication Screen
is Displayed", Getting Started.
User Authentication is set.
When You Have Problems Operating the Machine
Problem
Cause
Solution
An error message is still
displayed, even if misfed
paper is removed.
Paper is still jammed in the
tray.
Remove the jammed paper by
following the procedures displayed on
the control panel. For details about
removing jammed paper, see
"Removing Jammed Paper",
Troubleshooting.
An error message is still
displayed, even if the
indicated cover is closed.
One or more of the covers
that are not indicated are
still open.
Close all the covers of the machine.
Images are printed on the
reverse side of the paper.
You may have loaded the
paper incorrectly.
Load the paper correctly. For details
about loading paper, see "Loading
Paper", Paper Specifications and
Adding Paper.
Misfeeds occur frequently.
Using curled paper often
causes misfeeds, soiled
paper edges, or slipped
positions while stack printing
is performed.
• Flatten the paper with your hands
to straighten out the curl.
• Load the paper up side down so
that the curled edges face
downward. For details about
recommended paper, see
"Recommended Paper", Paper
Specifications and Adding Paper.
• Place the cut paper on a flat
surface to prevent it from curling,
and do not lean it against the
wall. For details about the proper
way to store paper, see "Paper
Storage", Paper Specifications
and Adding Paper.
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Problem
Misfeeds occur frequently.
Cause
Solution
The tray's side or end fences
may not be set properly.
• Remove the misfed paper. For
details about removing jammed
paper, see "Removing Jammed
Paper", Troubleshooting.
• Check that the side or end fences
are set properly. Also, check that
the side fences are locked. For
details about setting the side and
end fences, see "Changing the
Paper Size", Paper Specifications
and Adding Paper.
Misfeeds occur frequently.
Paper of undetectable size
has been loaded.
• Remove misfed paper. For details
about removing jammed paper,
see "Removing Jammed Paper",
Troubleshooting.
• If you load a paper size that is not
selected automatically, you need
to specify the paper size with the
control panel. For details about
specifying paper size with the
control panel, see "Changing to a
Size That Is Not Automatically
Detected", Paper Specifications
and Adding Paper.
Misfeeds occur frequently.
There is a foreign object on
the finisher tray.
• Remove the misfed paper. For
details about removing jammed
paper, see "Removing Jammed
Paper", Troubleshooting.
• Do not place anything on the
finisher tray.
Cannot print in duplex
mode.
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You have selected a paper
tray that is not set for duplex
printing.
Change the setting for "Apply Duplex"
in "Tray Paper Settings" to enable
duplex printing for the paper tray. For
details about setting "Apply Duplex",
see "Tray Paper Settings", Connecting
the Machine/ System Settings.
When You Have Problems Operating the Machine
Problem
Cause
Solution
Cannot print in duplex
mode.
You have selected a paper
type that cannot be used for
duplex printing.
In "Tray Paper Settings", select a paper
type that can be used for duplex
printing. For details about setting
"Paper Type", see "Tray Paper
Settings", Connecting the Machine/
System Settings.
Paper does not align neatly
when it is output from the
internal shift tray.
The paper press attached to
the paper output slot of the
internal shift tray is pointed
towards the back or front of
the tray.
Adjust the paper press so that it points
in the same direction as the paper that
is output.
The machine does not turn
off in 7 minutes after the
main power is turned off.
The machine cannot perform
the shutdown procedure.
Repeat the shutdown procedure. If the
machine does not turn off, contact your
service representative.
An error has occurred when
the Address Book is
changed from the display
panel or Web Image
Monitor.
The Address Book cannot be Wait a while, and then retry the
changed while you delete
operation.
the multiple stored
documents.
The Address Book cannot be The Address Book cannot be
changed from the display
changed while it is being
panel.
backed up from Web Image
Monitor or other tools
running on the computer.
• Wait until the Address Book
backup is complete, and then try
to change the Address Book
again.
Cannot use Web Image
Monitor to print documents
stored in Document Server.
• For details about specifying print
volume limits, see "Managing
Print Volume per User", Security
Guide.
When print volume limits are
specified, users cannot print
beyond their print volume
limit. Print jobs selected by
users who have reached
their print volume limits will
be canceled.
• If an SC997 error occurs, press
[Exit].
• To view the status of a print job,
see [Print Job History]. In Web
Image Monitor, click [Job] on the
[Status/Information] menu. And
then click [Print Job History] in
"Document Server".
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Problem
Cause
The function does not run or
cannot be used.
If you cannot carry out your
job, it may be that the
machine is being used by
another function.
Solution
Wait until the current job is completed
before trying again.
For details about Function
Compatibility, see "When Multiple
Functions Cannot Be Executed
Simultaneously", Troubleshooting.
The function does not run or
cannot be used.
The function cannot be
Wait a while. When the Address Book
performed while the Address backup is complete, the function will
Book is being backed up
be performed.
from Web Image Monitor or
other tools running on the
computer.
Paper is bent.
Paper may be bent when it is Change the output tray to the finisher
ejected from the finisher
shift tray.
upper tray.
• There are times when images might not turn out as you want because of paper type, paper size, or
paper capacity problems, use the recommended paper. For details about recommended paper,
see page 172 "Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
When Multiple Functions Cannot Be Executed Simultaneously
If you cannot carry out your job, it may be that the machine is being used by another function.
Wait until the current job is completed before trying again. In certain cases, you can carry out another
job using a different function while the current job is being performed.
For details about Function Compatibility, see "Function Compatibility", Troubleshooting.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Copy/Document Server Function
Messages Displayed When You Use the Copy/
Document Server Function
• If you cannot make copies as you want because of the paper type, paper size or paper capacity
problems, use recommended paper. For details about recommended paper, see page 172
"Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
Message
Cause
Solution
"Cannot delete the folder
because it contains files with
passwords. Delete the files
with passwords, or please
contact the file
administrator."
The folder cannot be deleted Unlock the locked original to delete it.
because it contains a locked For details about locked files, see
original.
"Managing Stored Files", Security
Guide.
"Cannot detect original
size."
The original placed on the
exposure glass is a nonstandard size.
• Place the original on the exposure
glass again. Face the original
down.
• If the machine cannot detect the
size of the original, specify the
size manually - do not use Auto
Paper Select mode or the Auto
Reduce/Enlarge function. For
details about specifying the
settings, see "Sizes Detectable
with Auto Paper Select", Paper
Specifications and Adding Paper.
"Cannot detect original
size."
Original is not placed, or the
original placed on the
exposure glass is a nonstandard size.
• Place the original correctly.
• Specify the paper size.
• When placing an original directly
on the exposure glass, the lifting/
lowering action of the ADF
triggers the automatic original
size detection process. Lift the
ADF by 30 degrees or more.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Cannot display preview of
this page."
Cause
The image data may have
been corrupted.
Solution
Press [Exit] to display the preview
screen without a thumbnail.
If the selected document contains
several pages, press [Switch] on the
"Display Page" area to change the
page, and then a preview of the next
page will appear.
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"Cannot punch this paper
size."
The Punch function cannot
be used with paper size
selected.
For details about paper, see
"Specifications for Punch Unit (Internal
Finisher SR3130)", "Specifications for
Punch Unit (Finisher SR3210, Booklet
Finisher SR3220)", or "Specifications
for Punch Unit (Finisher SR3230,
Booklet Finisher SR3240)",
Maintenance and Specifications.
"Cannot staple paper of this
size."
The Staple function cannot
be used with paper size
selected.
Select a proper paper size. For details
about paper, see "Specifications for
Internal Finisher SR3130",
"Specifications for Finisher SR3210",
"Specifications for Booklet Finisher
SR3220", "Specifications for Finisher
SR3230", "Specifications for Booklet
Finisher SR3240", or "Specifications
for Internal Finisher SR3180",
Maintenance and Specifications.
"Check paper size."
An irregular paper size is
set.
If you press [Start], the copy will start
using the selected paper.
"Duplex is not available with
this paper size."
A paper size not available in Select a proper paper size. For details
Duplex mode has been
about paper, see "Specifications for
selected.
the Main Unit", Maintenance and
Specifications.
"Exceeded the maximum
number of sheets that can be
used. Copying will be
stopped."
The number of pages the
user is permitted to copy has
been exceeded.
For details about how to check the
number of copies available per user,
see "Managing Print Volume per User",
Security Guide.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Copy/Document Server Function
Message
"File being stored exceeded
max. number of pages per
file. Copying will be
stopped."
Cause
Solution
The scanned originals have
too many pages to store as
one document.
Press [Exit], and then store again with
an appropriate number of pages.
"Magazine or Booklet mode You selected the
is not available due to mixed "Magazine" or "Booklet"
image mode."
function for originals
scanned using different
functions, such as copy and
printer.
Make sure originals for the
"Magazine" or "Booklet" function are
scanned using the same function.
"Maximum number of sets is
n."
The number of copies
exceeds the maximum copy
quantity.
You can change the maximum copy
quantity from [Max. Copy Quantity] in
[General Features] under [Copier /
Document Server Features]. For details
about Max. Copy Quantity, see
"General Features", Copy/ Document
Server.
The number of scanned
originals exceed the number
of pages that can be stored
in memory.
Press [Print] to copy scanned originals
and cancel the scanning data. Press
[Clear Memory] to cancel the scanning
data and not copy.
("n" is replaced by a
variable.)
"Memory is full. nn originals
have been scanned. Press
[Print] to copy scanned
originals. Do not remove
remaining originals."
("n" is replaced by a
variable.)
"Press [Continue] to scan
and copy remaining
originals."
The machine checked if the
Remove all copies, and then press
remaining originals should
[Continue] to continue copying. Press
be copied, after the scanned [Stop] to stop copying.
originals were printed.
"Rotate Sort is not available
with this paper size."
A size of paper for which
Select a proper paper size. For details
Rotate Sort is not available is about paper, see "Sort", Copy/
selected.
Document Server.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
Solution
"Stapling capacity
exceeded."
The number of sheets per set
is over the staple capacity.
Check the stapler capacity. For details
about the stapler capacity, see
"Specifications for Internal Finisher
SR3130", "Specifications for Finisher
SR3210", "Specifications for Booklet
Finisher SR3220", "Specifications for
Finisher SR3230", "Specifications for
Booklet Finisher SR3240", or
"Specifications for Internal Finisher
SR3180", Maintenance and
Specifications.
"The selected folder is
locked. Please contact the
file administrator."
An attempt was made to edit
or use a locked folder.
For details about locked folders, see
"Managing Folders", Security Guide.
• If you set [Memory Full Auto Scan Restart] in [Input / Output] of User Tools to [On], even if the
memory becomes full, the memory overflow message will not be displayed. The machine will make
copies of the scanned originals first, and then automatically proceed to scan and to copy the
remaining originals. In this case, the resulting sorted pages will not be sequential. For details about
Memory Full Auto Scan Restart, see "Input / Output", Copy/ Document Server.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function
Messages Displayed When You Use the
Facsimile Function
Message
"Cannot find the specified
path. Please check the
settings."
"Error occurred, and
transmission was
cancelled."
Cause
Solution
The name of the computer or
folder entered as the
destination is wrong.
Check that the computer name and the
folder name for the destination are
correct.
• Original jammed during Press [Exit], and then send the
Immediate Transmission. documents again.
• A problem occurred in
the machine, or noise
occurred on the
telephone line.
"Functional problem
occurred. Stopped
processing."
The power was turned off
while the machine was
receiving a document by
Internet Fax.
Even if you turn on the power
immediately, depending on the mail
server, the machine might not be able
to resume receiving the Internet Fax if
the timeout period has not expired.
Wait until the mail server's timeout
period has expired, and then resume
receiving the Internet Fax. For details
about receiving the Internet Fax,
contact your administrator.
"Functional problems with
facsimile. Data will be
initialized."
There is a problem with the
fax.
Record the code number shown on the
screen, and then contact your service
representative. Other functions can be
used.
"Memory is full. Cannot
The memory is full.
scan more. Transmission will
be stopped."
If you press [Exit], the machine returns
to standby mode and starts transmitting
the stored pages.
Check the pages that have not been
sent using the Communication Result
Report, and then resend those pages.
"Put original back, check it
and press the Start key."
Original jammed during
Memory Transmission.
Press [Exit], and then send the
documents again.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Some page(s) are near
blank."
Cause
The first page of the
document is almost blank.
Solution
The original's blank side might have
been scanned. Be sure to place your
originals correctly. For details about
determining the cause of blank pages,
see "Detecting Blank Pages", Fax.
• Settings that can be confirmed in System Settings or Fax Features on the control panel can also be
confirmed from Web Image Monitor. For details about how to confirm the settings from Web
Image Monitor, see Web Image Monitor Help.
• If the paper tray runs out of paper, "There is no paper. Load paper." appears on the screen,
prompting you to add paper. If there is paper left in the other trays, you can receive documents as
usual, even if the message appears on the screen. You can turn this function on or off with
"Parameter Settings". For details about how to do this, see "Parameter Settings", Fax.
When Network Setting Problems Occur
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[13-10]
Cause
The alias telephone number
you entered is already
registered on the gatekeeper
by another device.
Solution
• Check that the correct alias phone
number is listed in [H.323
Settings] of [Fax Features]. For
details about H.323 Settings, see
"Initial Settings", Fax.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[13-11]
Cannot access gatekeeper.
• Check that the correct gate
keeper address is listed in [H.323
Settings] of [Fax Features]. For
details about H.323 Settings, see
"Initial Settings", Fax.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
Cause
User name registration is
refused by SIP server.
[13-17]
Solution
• Correct that the correct SIP Server
IP Address and SIP User Name
are listed in [SIP Settings] of [Fax
Features]. For details about SIP
Settings, see "Initial Settings", Fax.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
Cannot access SIP server.
[13-18]
• Check that the correct SIP Server
IP Address is listed in [SIP
Settings] of [Fax Features]. For
details about SIP Settings, see
"Initial Settings", Fax.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[13-24]
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[13-25]
The password registered for
the SIP server is not the same
as the password registered
for this machine.
For details about network problems,
contact your administrator.
In [Effective Protocol], the IP
address is not enabled, or an
incorrect IP address has been
registered.
• Check that IPv4 in [Effective
Protocol] is set to "Active" in
[System Settings]. For details
about effective protocol, see
"Interface Settings", Connecting
the Machine/ System Settings.
• Check that the correct IPv4
address is specified for the
machine in [System Settings]. For
details about IPv4 address, see
"Interface Settings", Connecting
the Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[13-26]
Cause
Solution
The "Effective Protocol" and
"SIP Server IP Address"
settings are different, or an
incorrect IP address has been
registered.
• Check that the correct IP address
is specified for the machine in
[System Settings]. For details
about IP address, see "Interface
Settings", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[14-01]
The DNS server, SMTP
server, or folder specified for
transfer to was not found, or
the destination for Internet
Fax around (not through) the
SMTP server could not be
found.
• Check that the following settings
in [System Settings] are listed
correctly.
• DNS server
• Server name and IP address
for the SMTP Server
For details about these settings,
see "Interface Settings" or "File
Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• Check that the folder for transfer is
correctly specified.
• Check that the computer in which
the folder for transfer is specified
is correctly operated.
• Check that the LAN cable is
correctly connected to the
machine.
• For details about network
problems, contact the
administrator of the destinations.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[14-09]
Cause
Solution
E-mail transmission was
rejected by SMTP
authentication, POP before
SMTP authentication, or login
authentication of the
computer in which the folder
for transfer is specified.
• Check that User Name and
Password for the following
settings in [System Settings] are
listed correctly.
• SMTP Authentication
• POP before SMTP
• Fax Email Account
For details about these settings,
see "File Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• Check that the user ID and
password for the computer with
the folder for forwarding are
correctly specified.
• Check that the folder for
forwarding is correctly specified.
• Confirm that the computer with the
folder for forwarding is properly
working.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[14-33]
E-mail addresses for the
machine and the
administrator are not
registered.
• Check that the correct e-mail
Address is listed in [Fax Email
Account] of [System Settings]. For
details about Fax Email Account,
see "File Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
Cause
No POP3/IMAP4 server
address is registered.
[15-01]
Solution
• Check that the correct Server
Name or Server Address is listed
in [POP3 / IMAP4 Settings] of
[System Settings]. For details
about POP3 / IMAP4 Settings,
see "File Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
Cannot log in to the POP3/
IMAP4 server.
[15-02]
• Check that the correct User Name
and Password are listed in [Fax
Email Account] of [System
Settings]. For details about Fax
Email Account, see "File Transfer",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[15-03]
No machine e-mail address
is specified.
• Check that the correct machine email address is specified in
[System Settings]. For details
about settings of e-mail address,
see "File Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
Cause
Cannot find the DNS server
or POP3/IMAP4 server.
[15-11]
Solution
• Check that the following settings
in [System Settings] are listed
correctly.
• IP address of the DNS
Server
• the server name or IP
address of the POP3/
IMAP4 server
• the port number of the
POP3/IMAP4 server
• Reception Protocol
For details about these settings,
see "Interface Settings" or "File
Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• Check that the LAN cable is
correctly connected to the
machine.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[15-12]
Cannot log in to the POP3/
IMAP4 server.
• Check that the following settings
in [System Settings] are listed
correctly.
• the user name and password
for [Fax Email Account]
• the user name and password
for POP before SMTP
authentication
For details about these settings,
see "File Transfer", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Check whether there are
any network problems."
[16-00]
Cause
Solution
• An IP address has not
been registered for the
main machine.
• Check that the correct IP address
is specified for the machine in
[System Settings]. For details
about the IP address of the main
machine, contact your
administrator.
• A network is not
connected properly.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
• Settings that can be confirmed in System Settings or Fax Features on the control panel can also be
confirmed from Web Image Monitor. For details about how to confirm the settings from Web
Image Monitor, see Web Image Monitor Help.
• If the paper tray runs out of paper, "There is no paper. Load paper." appears on the screen,
prompting you to add paper. If there is paper left in the other trays, you can receive documents as
usual, even if the message appears on the screen. You can turn this function on or off with
"Parameter Settings". For details about how to do this, see "Parameter Settings", Fax.
• If "Check whether there are any network problems." appears, the machine is not correctly
connected to the network or the settings of the machine are not correct. If you do not need to
connect to a network, you can specify the setting so this message is not displayed, and then [Check
Status] no longer lights up. For details about how to do this, see "Parameter Settings", Fax. If you
reconnect the machine to the network, be sure to set "Display" by configuring the appropriate User
Parameter.
When the Remote Fax Function Cannot Be Used
Message
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Cause
Solution
"Authentication with remote
machine failed. Check
remote machine's auth.
settings."
User authentication on the
main machine has failed.
For details about user authentication,
see "Configuring User Authentication",
Security Guide.
"Authentication with remote
machine failed. Check
remote machine's auth.
settings."
User Code Authentication is
set on the device connected
via the remote fax function.
The remote fax function does not
support User Code Authentication.
Disable the User Code Authentication
on the main machine.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Facsimile Function
Message
Cause
"Authentication with remote
machine failed. Check
remote machine's auth.
settings."
The user does not have
permission to use the function
on the main machine.
"Connection with the remote A network error occurred
machine has failed. Check
while you were using the
the remote machine status." remote fax function.
Solution
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Limiting Available
Functions", Security Guide.
• Check that the main machine
supports the remote fax function.
• Check that the main machine is
working normally.
• Check that the correct IP address
or host name is set for the main
machine in [System Settings]. For
details about these settings,
contact your administrator.
• Check that the LAN cable is
correctly connected to the
machine.
• For details about network
problems, contact your
administrator.
"Connection with the remote The main machine's power is
machine has failed. Check
off.
the remote machine status."
Turn on the main machine's power.
"Connection with the remote A timeout error occurred
machine has failed. Check
while an attempt was made
the remote machine status." to connect the device via
remote fax function.
• Check that the LAN cable is
correctly connected to the
machine.
• Check that the main machine is
working correctly.
• For details about connection with
main machine, see "Sending/
Receiving Documents Using a
Remote Machine (Remote Fax)",
Fax.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
"Connection with the remote
machine has failed. There is
a problem with the remote
machine structure. Contact
the administrator."
The settings or machine
configurations for using the
remote fax function to
connect to the main machine
are incorrect.
"Transfer error has occured.
Check the status of the
remote machine."
A network error occurred
during transfer.
Solution
For details about the settings and
machine configurations for using the
remote fax function to connect to a
main machine, contact your
administrator.
• Check that the correct IP address
or host name is set for the main
machine in [System Settings]. For
details about these settings,
contact your administrator.
• Check that the main machine is
working correctly.
• Check that the LAN cable is
correctly connected to the
machine.
• For details about transmission,
contact your administrator.
"The HDD of the remote
machine is full."
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The hard disk became full
after using the remote fax
function to scan an original.
Delete unnecessary files.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer
Function
This section describes the principal messages that appear on the display panel, error logs or reports. If
other messages appear, follow their instructions.
Messages Displayed on the Control Panel When You Use the Printer Function
• Before turning off the power, see page 86 "Turning On/Off the Power".
Message
Cause
Solution
"Hardware Problem:
Ethernet"
An error has occurred in the
Ethernet interface.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears
again, contact your service
representative.
"Hardware Problem: HDD"
An error has occurred in the
hard disk.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears
again, contact your service
representative.
"Hardware Problem: USB"
An error has occurred in the
USB interface.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears
again, contact your service
representative.
"Hardware Problem:
Wireless Card"
• The wireless LAN board
has malfunctioned.
(A "wireless LAN board" or
"Bluetooth interface unit" is
referred to as a "wireless
card".)
• The wireless LAN board
you are using is not
compatible with this
machine.
Turn off the power, and then confirm
the wireless LAN board is inserted
correctly. And then, turn on the
power again. If the message
appears again, contact your service
representative.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Hardware Problem:
Wireless Card"
(A "wireless LAN board" or
"Bluetooth interface unit" is
referred to as a "wireless
card".)
"Load following paper in n.
To force print, select
another tray and press
[Continue]."
Cause
Solution
• The Bluetooth interface
unit was connected while
the machine was turned
on.
Turn off the power, and then confirm
the Bluetooth interface unit is inserted
correctly. And then, turn on the
power again. If the message
appears again, contact your service
representative.
• The Bluetooth interface
unit was removed while
the machine was turned
on.
The printer driver settings are
incorrect or the tray does not
contain paper of the size
selected in the printer driver.
Check that the printer driver settings
are correct, and then load paper of
the size selected in the printer driver
into the input tray. For details about
how to change the paper size, see
"Changing the Paper Size", Paper
Specifications and Adding Paper.
"Paper in staple tray. Open
cover and remove paper."
If printing is stopped before it is
finished, paper may remain in
the finisher.
Remove the paper remaining in the
finisher.
"Paper size and type are
mismatched. Select another
tray from the following and
press [Continue]. To cancel
job, press [Job Reset].
Paper size and type can
also be changed in User
Tools."
The printer driver settings are
incorrect or the tray does not
contain paper of the size or
type selected in the printer
driver.
("n" is replaced by a
variable.)
• Check that the printer driver
settings are correct, and then
load paper of the size selected
in the printer driver into the
input tray. For details about
how to change the paper size,
see "Changing the Paper Size",
Paper Specifications and
Adding Paper.
• Select the tray manually to
continue printing, or cancel a
print job. For details about how
to select the tray manually, or
cancel a print job, see "If an
Error Occurs with the Specified
Paper Size and Type", Print.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
Message
"Paper type of n is
mismatched. Select another
tray from the following and
press [Continue]. Paper
type can also be changed
in User Tools."
Cause
Solution
The type of the paper in the tray Select a tray containing paper that is
does not match the paper type the same type as the specified paper
specified in the printer driver.
type.
(A tray name is placed at
n.)
"Parallel I/F board has a
problem."
An error has occurred in the
IEEE 1284 interface board.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears
again, contact your service
representative.
"Printer font error."
An error has occurred in the
font settings.
Contact your service representative.
"Problems with the wireless
card. Please call service."
The machine has detected a
Bluetooth failure, or it could not
detect a Bluetooth unit. It may
be incorrectly installed.
Check that the Bluetooth unit is
installed properly, or contact your
service representative.
The tray selected for other
pages is the same as the one
for slip sheets.
Reset the job. Be sure the tray you
select for slip sheets is not providing
paper for other pages.
(A "wireless LAN board" or
"Bluetooth unit" is referred
to as a "wireless card".)
"Cannot print because both
the main and designation
(chapter) sheets are set to
the same paper tray. Press
[Job Reset] to cancel the
job. To print the job again
specify different trays."
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10. Troubleshooting
When using direct print from a memory storage device
Message
Cause
Solution
"Exceeded the limit value for
total data size of the
selected files. Cannot select
more files."
• The size of the selected
file exceeds 1 GB.
Files or groups of files larger than 1 GB
cannot be printed.
• The total size of the
selected files exceeds 1
GB.
• When the total size of the multiple
files that are selected exceeds 1
GB, select files separately.
• When the size of the selected file
exceeds 1 GB, print from a
memory storage device using a
function other than the Direct
printing function.
You cannot select files of different
formats at the same time.
"Unable to access the
specified memory storage
device."
• An error occurred
when the machine
accessed the memory
storage device or a file
stored on the memory
storage device.
Save the file to a different memory
storage device, and then print again.
• An error occurred
when the user used the
Direct printing function
to print from a memory
storage device.
Messages Printed on the Error Logs or Reports When You Use the Printer
Function
This section describes likely causes of and possible solutions for the error messages that are printed on
the error logs or reports.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
When print jobs are canceled
Message
Cause
Solution
"91: Error"
Printing was canceled by the
auto job cancel function due
to a command error.
Check that the data is valid.
"A job via the network that
was not printed exists
because an error occurred.
It was stored as a job not
printed."
Jobs with errors were stored
because an error occurred
with a print job via the
network while the error job
storing function was
enabled.
Contact your administrator to check
whether the machine is connected
correctly to the network. For details
about how to check and print jobs
stored when print configuration errors
occur, see "Printing of Documents
Stored When Print Configuration Errors
Occur", Print.
"Error occurred while
processing an Unauthorized
Copy Prevention job. Job
cancelled."
You tried to store a file in the
Document Server when the
[Unauthorized Copy
Prevention] was specified.
On the printer driver, select a job type
other than [Document Server] in "Job
Type:" or deselect [Unauthorized Copy
Prevention].
"Error occurred while
processing an Unauthorized
Copy Prevention job. Job
cancelled."
The [Enter User Text:] field
on the [Unauthorized Copy
Prevention for Pattern
Details] screen is blank.
On the printer driver's [Detailed
Settings] tab, click [Effects] in "Menu:".
Select [Unauthorized Copy
Prevention], and then click [Details...]
to display [Unauthorized Copy
Prevention for Pattern Details]. Enter
text in [Enter User Text:].
"Error occurred while
processing an Unauthorized
Copy Prevention job. Job
cancelled."
The resolution is set to a
value less than 600 dpi
when [Unauthorized Copy
Prevention] is specified.
On the printer driver, set the resolution
to 600 dpi or higher, or cancel
[Unauthorized Copy Prevention].
"Error occurred while
processing an Unauthorized
Copy Prevention job. Job
cancelled."
In [Administrator Tools]
under [System Settings],
priority was specified to be
given to Unauthorized Copy
Prevention Printing set on this
machine.
Cancel Unauthorized Copy Prevention
Printing for the printer driver. For details
about how to cancel the settings, see
the printer driver Help.
"Collate Cancelled"
Collate was canceled.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears again,
contact your service representative.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
Solution
"You reach the usage limit.
This job has been
cancelled."
The number of pages the
user is permitted to print has
been exceeded.
For details about print volume use
limitation, see "Managing Print Volume
per User", Security Guide.
"Receiving data failed."
Data reception was aborted. Resend the data.
"Sending data failed."
The machine received a
command to stop
transmission from the printer
driver.
Check if the computer is working
correctly.
"The selected paper size is
not supported. This job has
been cancelled."
Job reset is automatically
performed if the specified
paper size is incorrect.
Specify the correct paper size, and
then print the file again.
"The selected paper type is
not supported. This job has
been cancelled."
Job reset is automatically
performed if the specified
paper type is incorrect.
Specify the correct paper type, and
then print the file again.
When there is a problem with the print settings
Message
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Cause
Solution
"Booklet/Half Fold Error"
The job was canceled because
you specified invalid settings for
saddle stitching or half fold.
Check the settings for saddle
stitching or half fold.
"Classification Code is
incorrect."
The classification code has not
been entered, or the
classification code has been
entered incorrectly.
Enter the correct classification
code.
"Classification Code is
incorrect."
The classification code is not
supported with the printer
driver.
Select [Optional] for
classification code. For details
about how to specify
classification code settings, see
"Configuring Classification
Codes", Print.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
Message
"Duplex Cancelled"
Cause
Duplex printing was canceled.
Solution
• Select the proper paper
size for the duplex
function. For details about
paper, see "Specifications
for the Main Unit",
Maintenance and
Specifications.
• Change the setting for
"Apply Duplex" in [System
Settings] to enable duplex
printing for the paper tray.
For details about setting
"Apply Duplex", see "Tray
Paper Settings",
Connecting the Machine/
System Settings.
"Exceeded Max. Pages
(Collate)"
The number of pages exceeds
the maximum number of sheets
that you can use Collate with.
Reduce the number of pages to
print.
"Exceeded the maximum
number of multi-sheet fold (Half
Fold)."
The maximum number of multisheet folds (Half Fold) was
exceeded.
For details about the maximum
number of multi-sheet folds (Half
Fold), see "Fold", Print.
"Output Tray Changed"
The output tray was changed
because the paper size of the
specified output tray is limited.
Specify the proper output tray.
"Print Overrun"
Images were discarded while
printing.
Select a lower resolution on the
printer driver. For details about
how to change the resolution
setting, see the printer driver
Help.
"Punch has been cancelled."
Punch printing was canceled.
Check the paper orientation,
print orientation, and then
punch position. Certain settings
can produce print results that
might not be as expected.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Staple has been cancelled."
Cause
Solution
Stapling printing was canceled.
Check the paper orientation,
paper quantity, print
orientation, and staple position.
Certain settings can produce
print results that might not be as
expected.
When documents cannot be stored in the Document Server
Message
Cause
Solution
"Cannot store data of this
size."
The paper size exceeded
the capacity of the
Document Server.
Reduce the paper size of the file that
you want to send to a size that the
Document Server can store. Custom
size files can be sent but not stored
afterward.
"Document Server is not
available to use. Cannot
store."
You cannot use the
Document Server function.
For details about using Document
Server function, contact your
administrator.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Limiting Available
Functions", Security Guide.
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"Exceeded max capacity of
document server. Cannot
store."
The hard disk became full
after a file was stored.
Delete some of the files stored in the
Document Server or reduce the size
that you want to send.
"Exceeded max number of
files of document server.
Cannot store."
The maximum file capacity
of the Document Server was
exceeded.
Delete some of the files stored in the
Document Server.
"Exceeded max. number of
files. (Auto)"
While you were using the
Delete Hold Print files (automatic) or
error job store function to
unneeded files stored on the machine.
store Normal Print jobs as
Hold Print files, the maximum
file capacity for file storage
or Hold Print file
management (automatic)
was exceeded.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
Message
Cause
Solution
"Exceeded max number of
pages of document server.
Cannot store."
The maximum page
capacity of the Document
Server was exceeded.
Delete some of the files stored in the
Document Server or reduce the number
of pages that you want to send.
"Exceeded max. number of
pages. (Auto)"
While you were using the
Delete unneeded files stored on the
error job store function to
machine.
store Normal Print jobs as
Reduce the number of pages to print.
Hold Print files, the maximum
page capacity was
exceeded.
"Job cancelled because
capture file could not be
stored: Exceeded max.
memory."
The hard disk became full
after a file was stored.
Delete the files stored in the Document
Server or reduce the file size to be sent.
"Job cancelled because
The maximum file capacity
capture file could not be
of the Document Server was
stored: Exceeded max. files." exceeded.
Delete the files stored in the Document
Server.
"Job cancelled because
capture file could not be
stored: Exceeded max
pages per file."
The maximum page
capacity of the Document
Server was exceeded.
Delete some of the files stored in the
Document Server or reduce the number
of pages that you want to send.
"The specified folder in
Document Server is locked.
Cannot store."
The specified folder is
locked.
Unlock the folder or specify another
folder number that can be used. For
details about locked folders, see
"Managing Folders", Security Guide.
When there is not enough free hard disk space
Message
"HDD Full"
Cause
When you were printing
with the PostScript 3 printer
driver, the hard disk
capacity for fonts and forms
was exceeded.
Solution
Delete unneeded forms or fonts
registered on the machine.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"HDD Full"
"HDD is full. (Auto)"
Cause
Solution
The hard disk became full
while you were printing a
Sample Print, Locked Print,
Hold Print, or Stored Print
file.
Delete unneeded files stored on the
machine.
The hard disk became full
while you were using the
error job store function to
store Normal Print jobs as
Hold Print files.
Delete unneeded files stored on the
machine.
Alternatively, reduce the data size of
the Sample Print, Locked Print, Hold
Print, or Stored Print file.
Alternatively, reduce the data size of
the Temporary Print file and/or the
Stored Print file.
When there is not enough memory
Message
Cause
Solution
"84: Error"
There is no work area
available for image
processing.
Decrease the number of files sent to the
machine.
"92: Error"
Printing was canceled
because [Job Reset] or
[Stop] was selected on the
machine's control panel.
Perform the print operation again if
necessary.
When there is a problem with a parameter
Message
"86: Error"
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Cause
Parameters of the control
code are invalid.
Solution
Check the print settings.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
When the user lacks privileges to perform an operation
Message
Cause
Solution
"No response from the
server. Authentication has
failed."
A timeout occurred while
connection to the server was
being established for LDAP
authentication or Windows
Authentication.
Check the status of the server.
"Printing privileges have not
been set for this document."
You have no privileges to
print the PDF document you
tried to print.
Contact the owner of the document.
"You do not have a privilege
to use this function. This job
has been cancelled."
The entered login user name
or login password is not
correct.
Check that the user name and
password are correct.
"You do not have a privilege
to use this function. This job
has been cancelled."
The logged in user is not
allowed to use the selected
function.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Configuring User
Authentication", Security Guide.
"You do not have a privilege
to use this function. This
operation has been
cancelled."
The logged in user does not
have the privileges to
register programs or change
the paper tray settings.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Configuring User
Authentication", Security Guide.
When a user cannot be registered
Message
"Auto-registration of user
information has failed."
Cause
Solution
Automatic registration of
information for LDAP
Authentication or Windows
Authentication failed
because the Address Book is
full.
For details about automatic registration
of user information, see "Auto
Registration to the Address Book",
Security Guide.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
Solution
"Information for user
authentication is already
registered for another user."
The user name for LDAP was
already registered in a
different server with a
different ID, and a
duplication of the user name
occurred due to a switching
of domains (servers), etc..
For details about user authentication,
see "Configuring User Authentication",
Security Guide.
Cause
Solution
When other errors occur
Message
"85: Error"
The specified graphics
library is unavailable.
Check that the data is valid.
"98: Error"
The machine could not
access the hard disk
correctly.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears
frequently, contact your service
representative.
"99: Error"
This data cannot be printed.
The specified data is either
corrupt or it cannot be
printed from a memory
storage device using the
Direct printing function.
Check that the data is valid. For details
about the kinds of data that can be
printed from a memory storage device
using the Direct printing function, see
"Direct Printing from a Memory
Storage Device", Print.
"Command Error"
An RPCS command error
occurred.
Check using the following procedure:
• Check if the communication
between the computer and the
machine is working correctly.
• Check if the correct printer driver
is being used.
• Check if the machine's memory
size is set correctly in the printer
driver.
• Check that the printer driver is the
most up-to-date version available.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Printer Function
Message
"Compressed Data Error."
Cause
Solution
The printer detected corrupt
compressed data.
• Check the connection between
the computer and the printer.
• Check that the program you used
to compress the data is
functioning correctly.
"Data Storage Error"
You tried to print a Sample
Print, Locked Print, Hold
Print, or Stored Print file, or
to store a file in the
Document Server when the
hard disk was
malfunctioning.
Contact your service representative.
"Error has occurred."
A syntax error, etc.,
occurred.
Check that the PDF file is valid.
"Exceeded Max. Stored
Files"
While printing a Sample
Print, Locked Print, Hold
Print, or Stored Print file, the
maximum file capacity was
exceeded.
Delete unneeded files stored on the
machine.
"Exceeded Max. Stored
Pages"
While printing a Sample
Print, Locked Print, Hold
Print, or Stored Print file, the
maximum page capacity
was exceeded.
Delete unneeded files stored on the
machine.
Reduce the number of pages to print.
"Failed to obtain file system." PDF direct printing could not
be performed because the
file system could not be
obtained.
Turn off the power, and then back on
again. If the message appears again,
contact your service representative.
"File system is full."
Delete all unnecessary files from the
hard disk, or decrease the file size sent
to the machine.
PDF file does not print out
because the capacity of the
file system is full.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"I/O buffer overflow."
Cause
An input buffer overflow
occurred.
Solution
• In [Printer Features], under [Host
Interface], select [I/O Buffer],
and then set the maximum buffer
size to a larger value.
• Reduce the number of files being
sent to the machine.
"Insufficient Memory"
"Memory Retrieval Error"
A memory allocation error
occurred.
PCL 6
A memory allocation error
occurred.
Turn off the power and then back on
again. If the message appears again,
replace the RAM. For details about
replacing the RAM, contact your
service representative.
On the printer driver's [Detailed
Settings] tab, click [Print
Quality:Advanced] in "Menu:",
and then select [Raster] in the
"Vector/Raster:" list. In some
cases, it will take a long time to
complete a print job.
If printing does not start, contact your service representative.
• The contents of errors may be printed on the Configuration Page. Check the Configuration Page in
conjunction with the error log. For details about how to print the Configuration Page, see "List / Test
Print", Print.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Messages Displayed When You Use the
Scanner Function
Messages Displayed on the Control Panel When You Use the Scanner Function
This section describes likely causes of and possible solutions for the error messages that appear on the
control panel. If a message not described here appears, act according to the message.
Message
Cause
"Cannot find the specified
path. Please check the
settings."
The destination computer
name or folder name is
invalid.
"Cannot find the specified
path. Please check the
settings."
An antivirus program or a
firewall is preventing the
machine from connecting to
your computer.
Solution
Check whether the computer name and
the folder name for the destination are
correct.
• Antivirus programs and firewalls
can prevent client computers from
establishing connection with this
machine.
• If you are using antivirus software,
add the program to the exclusion
list in the application settings. For
details about how to add
programs to the exclusion list, see
the antivirus software Help.
• To prevent a firewall from
blocking the connection, register
the machine's IP address in the
firewall's IP address exclusion
settings. For details about the
procedure for excluding an IP
address, see your operating
system's Help.
"Entered user code is not
correct. Please re-enter."
You have entered an
incorrect user code.
Check the authentication settings, and
then enter a correct user code.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
"Exceeded max. number of
alphanumeric characters for
the path."
The maximum number of
specifiable alphanumeric
characters in a path has
been exceeded.
Check the maximum number of
characters which can be entered, and
then enter it again. For details about
the maximum enterable number of
characters, see "Values of Various Set
Items for Transmission/Storage
Function", Scan.
"Exceeded max. number of
alphanumeric characters."
The maximum enterable
number of alphanumeric
characters has been
exceeded.
Check the maximum number of
characters which can be entered, and
then enter it again. For details about
the maximum enterable number of
characters, see "Values of Various Set
Items for Transmission/Storage
Function", Scan.
"Exceeded the maximum
number of OCR jobs that
can be on standby for
storing, please wait. Try
again after storing of the
current job has completed."
The maximum allowable
number of jobs on standby
was exceeded because
large quantities of
documents were stored by
the OCR function.
Up to 100 jobs can be placed on
standby by the OCR function. Scan the
next document after the current jobs
have finished being stored.
"File types have been
automatically set for some
files because multiple files
were selected."
If there are selected stored
documents which cannot be
converted to a specified file
format, those documents are
automatically converted to a
convertible format before
they are transmitted.
For details about the file formats used
to transmit stored documents, see
"Sending a Stored File", Scan.
"Programmed. Cannot
program the destination(s)
that is not programmed in
the address book."
The destinations that were
selected while registered to
the program contain a folder
destination for which one of
the following destinations is
set:
WSD destinations and DSM
destinations cannot be registered to the
program because they cannot be
registered in the address book. For
manually entered destinations, register
the destinations in the address book,
and then try to register them to the
program again.
manually entered
destination, WSD
destination, or DSM
destination
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Solution
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Scanner journal is full.
Please check Scanner
Features."
Cause
"Print & Delete Scanner
Journal" in [Scanner
Features] is set to [Do not
Print: Disable Send], and
Scanner Journal is full.
"The entered file name
The file name contains a
contains invalid character(s). character that cannot be
Enter the file name again
used.
using any of the following 1
byte characters. "0 to 9", "A
to Z", "a to z", ". - _""
Solution
Print or delete Scanner Journal. For
details about Scanner Features, see
"General Settings", Scan.
• Check the file name set at the time
of scanning. For details about
characters that can be used in file
names, see "Specifying the File
Name", Scan.
• Check the file name specified at
the time of scanning. The file
name specified in the Sending
Scan Files to Folders function
cannot contain the following
characters:
\/:*?"<>|
The file name cannot start or end
with a period ".".
"The program is recalled.
Cannot recall the
destination(s) for which
access privileges are
required."
The currently logged-in user
does not have permission to
view the destination that was
registered in the program.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Limiting Available
Functions", Security Guide.
"The program is recalled.
Cannot recall the
destination(s) that is deleted
from the address book."
The destination stored in the
program could not be
recalled because it was
deleted from the address
book.
Enter the destination directly to send
data separately.
"The program is recalled.
Cannot recall the folder
destination(s) with protection
code(s)."
The folder destinations for
which the protection code
was set were registered in
the program.
A destination for which the protection
code is set cannot be recalled by the
program. Cancel the protection code
setting or send scanned files to the
destination separately.
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10. Troubleshooting
When documents cannot be scanned properly
Message
Cause
"All the pages are detected
as blank. No file was
created."
No PDF file was created
because all the pages of the
scanned original were
detected as blank when
[On] is specified for [Delete
Blank Page] in [OCR
Settings].
"Check original's
orientation."
Originals may sometimes not Change the orientation of the original,
be scanned depending on a and then scan the original again.
combination of items such as
the specified scaling factor
and document size.
"Exceeded max. data
capacity."
The scanned data exceeded
maximum data capacity.
Specify the scan size and resolution
again. Note that it may not be possible
to scan very large originals at a high
resolution. For details about the settings
for the scanner function, see
"Relationship between Resolution and
Scan Size", Scan.
The scanned original
exceeded maximum data
capacity.
Specify the scan size and resolution
again. Note that it may not be possible
to scan very large originals at a high
resolution. For details about the settings
for the scanner function, see
"Relationship between Resolution and
Scan Size", Scan.
The data being scanned is
too large for the scale ratio
specified in [Specify Size].
Reduce the resolution or [Specify Size]
value, and then scan the original
again.
"Check scanning resolution,
then press Start key again."
"Exceeded max. data
capacity."
"Check the scanning
resolution, then reset n
original(s)."
("n" in the message
represents a variable.)
"Exceeded max. data
capacity."
"Check the resolution and
the ratio and then press the
Start key again."
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Solution
Check whether the original is set
upside down.
Change [OCR Scanned PDF: Blank
Page Sensitivity] in [Scanner Features]
to "Sensitivity Level 1".
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
Cause
Solution
"Exceeded max. number of
files which can be used in
Document Server at the
same time."
The maximum number of
files that can be stored in the
Document Server has been
exceeded.
Check the files stored by the other
functions, and then delete unneeded
files. For details about how to delete
files, see "Deleting Stored Documents",
Copy/ Document Server.
"Not all of the image will be
scanned."
If the scaling factor specified
in "Specify Reproduction
Ratio" is too large, part of
the image may be lost.
Reduce the scaling factor in "Specify
Reproduction Ratio", and then try to
scan the original again.
Using "Specify Reproduction
Ratio" to scale down a large
document may cause part of
the image to be lost.
Specify a large size in [Specify Size],
and then scan the original again.
The data being scanned is
too small for the scale ratio
specified in [Specify Size].
Specify a higher resolution or a large
size in [Specify Size], and then scan
the original again.
"Check the ratio and then
press the Start key again."
"Not all of the image will be
scanned."
"Check the ratio and then
press the Start key again."
"The size of the scanned
data is too small."
"Check the resolution and
the ratio and then press the
Start key again."
If displaying the entire image is not
necessary, press [Start] to start
scanning with the current scaling
factor.
If displaying the entire image is not
necessary, press [Start] to start
scanning with the current scaling
factor.
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10. Troubleshooting
When documents cannot be scanned because the memory is full
Message
"Memory is full. Cannot
scan. The scanned data will
be deleted."
Cause
Because of insufficient hard
disk space, the first page
could not be scanned.
Solution
Try one of the following measures:
• Wait for a while, and then retry
the scan operation.
• Reduce the scan area or scanning
resolution. For details about
changing scan area and scanning
resolution, see "Scan Settings" of
Various Scan Settings, Scan.
• Delete unneeded stored files. For
details about how to delete stored
files, see "Deleting a Stored File",
Scan.
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"Memory is full. Do you
want to store scanned file?"
Because there is not enough Specify whether or not to use the data.
free hard disk space in the
machine for storing in the
Document Server, only some
of the pages could be
scanned.
"Memory is full. Scanning
has been cancelled. Press
[Send] to send the scanned
data, or press [Cancel] to
delete."
Because there is not enough
free hard disk space in the
machine for sending by email while data is being
stored in the Document
Server, only some of the
pages could be scanned.
Specify whether or not to use the data.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
When data transmission fails
Message
Cause
"Authentication with the
The entered user name or
destination has failed. Check password was invalid.
settings. To check the current
status, press [Scanned Files
Status]."
Solution
• Check that the user name and
password are correct.
• Check that the ID and password
for the destination folder are
correct.
• A password of 128 or more
characters may not be
recognized.
"Exceeded max. email size.
Sending email has been
cancelled. Check [Max.
Email Size] in Scanner
Features."
The file size per page has
reached the maximum email size specified in
[Scanner Features].
Change the scanner features settings
as follows:
"Sending the data has
failed. The data will be
resent later."
A network error has
occurred and a file was not
sent correctly.
"Transmission has failed.
Insufficient memory in the
destination hard disk. To
check the current status,
press [Scanned Files
Status]."
Transmission has failed.
Allocate sufficient space.
There was not enough free
space on the hard disk of the
SMTP server, FTP server, or
client computer at the
destination.
"Transmission has failed. To
check the current status,
press [Scanned Files
Status]."
While a file was being sent,
a network error occurred
and the file could not be sent
correctly.
• Increase the e-mail size limit in
[Max. Email Size].
• Change the [Divide & Send
Email] setting to [Yes (per Page)]
or [Yes (per Max. Size)]. For
details about these settings, see
"Send Settings", Scan.
Wait until sending is retried
automatically after the preset interval. If
sending fails again, contact your
administrator.
If the same message appears again
after scanning again, the cause could
be a mixed network, or network
settings were changed during WSD
scanner transmission. For details about
network error, contact your
administrator.
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10. Troubleshooting
When data cannot be sent because a currently used file is selected
Message
Cause
Solution
"Selected file is currently in
use. File name cannot be
changed."
You cannot change the
name of a file whose status
is "Waiting...".
Cancel transmission ("Waiting..." status
cleared), and then change the file
name.
"Selected file is currently in
use. Password cannot be
changed."
You cannot change the
password of a file whose
status is "Waiting...".
Cancel transmission ("Waiting..." status
cleared), and then change the
password.
"Selected file is currently in
use. User name cannot be
changed."
You cannot change the
sender's name whose status
is "Waiting...".
Cancel transmission ("Waiting..." status
cleared), and then change the user
name.
"Some of selected files are
currently in use. They could
not be deleted."
You cannot delete a file
which is waiting to be
transmitted ("Waiting..."
status displayed).
Cancel transmission ("Waiting..." status
cleared), and then delete the file.
When data cannot be sent because there are too many documents or pages
Message
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Cause
Solution
"Exceeded max. number of
pages per file. Do you want
to store the scanned pages
as 1 file?"
The file being stored has
Specify whether to store the data or
exceeded the maximum
not. Scan the pages that were not
number of pages for one file. scanned, and then store them as a new
file. For details about storing files, see
"Storing and Saving the Scanned
Documents", Scan.
"Exceeded max. number of
stored files. Cannot send the
scanned data as capturing
files is unavailable."
Too many files are waiting to Try again after they have been sent.
be sent.
"Exceeded max. page
capacity per file. Press
[Send] to send the scanned
data, or press [Cancel] to
delete."
The number of scanned
pages exceeded the
maximum page capacity.
Specify whether to send the data that
has already been scanned.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Exceeded maximum
number of file to store.
Delete all unnecessary files."
Cause
Solution
Too many files are waiting to Try again after they have been sent.
be sent.
When the WSD scanner function cannot be used
Message
"Cannot communicate with
PC. Contact the
administrator."
Cause
WSD (Device) protocol or
WSD (Scanner) protocol is
disabled.
Solution
For details about how to enable or
disable the WSD protocol, see
"Enabling and Disabling Protocols",
Security Guide.
"Cannot start scanning
Scan Profile is not set on the
because communication was client computer.
failed."
Set Scan Profile. For details about how
to do this, see "Creating a New Scan
Profile", Scan.
"Cannot start scanning
The [Take no action] setting
because communication was has been selected on the
failed."
client computer, forcing the
client computer to remain
inactive when it receives
scan data.
Open scanner properties, click the
[Events] tab, and then select [Start this
program] as the computer's response
when it receives scan data. For details,
see your operating system's Help.
"Cannot start scanning.
Check the setting(s) on the
PC."
Check the Scan Profile configuration.
The Scan Profile might be
incorrectly configured.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Could not send the data
because the PC timed out
before it was sent."
Cause
A time out occurred when
WSD Scanner was used.
Time outs occur when too
much time passes between
scanning an original and
sending its data. The
followings are likely causes
of time outs:
• Too many originals per
set.
Solution
• Reduce the number of originals,
and then scan again.
• Remove any misfed original, and
then scan again.
• Use Scanner Journal to check
there are no jobs awaiting
transmission, and then scan
again.
• Misfed originals.
• Transmission of other
jobs.
When documents cannot be stored on a memory storage device
Message
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Cause
Solution
"Cannot write on the
memory storage device
because remaining free
space is insufficient."
The memory storage device
is full and scan data cannot
be saved. Even if the
memory storage device
appears to have sufficient
free space, data might not
be saved if the maximum
number of files that can be
saved is exceeded.
• Replace the memory storage
device.
"Cannot write on the
memory storage device
because the device is writeprotected."
The memory storage device
is write-protected.
Unlock the write-protection on the
memory storage device.
• If the document is scanned as
single-page or divided into
multiple pages, data already
written to the memory storage
device is saved as is. Replace the
memory storage device, and then
press [Retry] to save the
remaining data, or press [Cancel]
to redo the scan.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Cannot write on the
memory storage device.
Check the memory storage
device and machine
settings."
Cause
The memory storage device
is faulty, or the file name
contains a character that
cannot be used.
Solution
• Check to see if the memory
storage device is defective.
• Check the memory storage
device. It might be unformatted,
or its format might be
incompatible with this machine.
• Check the file name set at the time
of scanning. For details about the
characters that can be used in file
names, see "Specifying the File
Name", Scan.
"Exceeded max. page
capacity per file. Press
[Write] to write the scanned
data to the memory storage
device, or press [Cancel] to
delete."
The scan could not be
completed because the
maximum number of pages
that can be scanned by this
machine was exceeded
during the scanned data
was written to the memory
storage device.
Reduce the number of documents to be
written to the memory storage device,
and then try again.
"Memory is full. Press [Write]
to write the current scanned
data to the memory storage
device, or press [Cancel] to
delete."
The scan could not be
completed because there
was insufficient hard disk
memory when the scanned
data was saved to the
memory storage device.
Specify whether or not to save the
scanned document to the memory
storage device.
Messages Displayed on the Client Computer
This section describes likely causes of and possible solutions for the main error messages displayed on
the client computer when you use the TWAIN driver. If a message not described here appears, follow
the instruction.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
Solution
"Any of Login User Name,
Login Password or Driver
Encryption Key is incorrect."
The entered login user
name, password, or driver
encryption key was invalid.
Check your login user name, login
password, or driver encryption key,
and then enter them correctly. For
details about login user name, login
password, and driver encryption key,
see "Encrypting Transmitted
Passwords", Security Guide.
"Authentication succeeded.
However, the access
privileges for scanner
function has been denied."
The logged in user name
does not have permissions
for scanner function.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Limiting Available
Functions", Security Guide.
"Cannot add any more
scanning mode."
The maximum number of
registrable scan modes has
been exceeded.
The maximum number of modes that
can be stored is 100. Delete unneeded
modes.
"Cannot detect the paper
size of the original. Specify
the scanning size."
The set original was
misaligned.
"Cannot specify any more
scanning area."
The maximum number of
registrable scan modes has
been exceeded.
"Clear Misfeed(s) in ADF."
A paper misfeed has
occurred inside the ADF.
• Place the original correctly.
• Specify the scan size.
• When placing an original directly
on the exposure glass, the lifting/
lowering action of the ADF
triggers the automatic original
size detection process. Lift the
ADF by 30 degrees or more.
The maximum number of scanning
areas that can be stored is 100. Delete
unneeded scanning areas.
• Remove the jammed originals,
and then insert them again. For
details about jammed paper, see
"Removing Jammed Paper",
Troubleshooting.
• When a misfeed occurs, replace
the jammed originals.
• Check whether the originals are
suitable to be scanned by the
machine.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Error has occurred in the
scanner driver."
Cause
Solution
An error has occurred in the
driver.
• Check whether the network cable
is connected correctly to the client
computer.
• Check whether the Ethernet board
of the client computer is
recognized correctly by
Windows.
• Check whether the client
computer can use the TCP/IP
protocol.
"Error has occurred in the
scanner."
The application-specified
scan conditions have
exceeded the setting range
of the machine.
Check whether the scanning settings
made with the application exceed the
setting range of the machine.
"Fatal error has occurred in
the scanner."
An unrecoverable machine
error has occurred.
An unrecoverable machine error has
occurred. Contact your service
representative.
"Insufficient memory. Close
all other applications, then
restart scanning."
Memory is insufficient.
• Close all the unnecessary
applications running on the client
computer.
• Uninstall the TWAIN driver, and
then reinstall it after restarting the
computer.
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
Cause
"Insufficient memory. Reduce Scanner memory is
the scanning area."
insufficient.
Solution
• Reset the scan size.
• Lower the resolution.
• Set with no compression. For
details about the settings, see
TWAIN driver Help.
The problem may be due to the
following:
• Scanning cannot be performed if
large values are set for brightness
when halftone or high resolution is
used. For details about the
relationship between scan
settings, see "Relationship
between Resolution and Scan
Size", Scan.
• If a misfeed occurs, you might not
scan an original. Remove the
misfeed, and then scan the
original again.
"Invalid Winsock version.
Please use version 1.1 or
higher."
You are using an invalid
version of Winsock.
"No response from the
scanner."
The machine or client
computer is not connected to
the network correctly.
Install the operating system of the
computer or copy Winsock from the
operating system CD-ROM.
• Check whether the machine or
client computer is connected to
the network correctly.
• Disable the client computer's own
firewall. For details about firewall,
see Windows Help.
"No response from the
scanner."
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The network is crowded.
Wait for a while, and then connect to
the network again.
Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Scanner is in use for other
function. Please wait."
Cause
A function of the machine
other than the Scanner
function is being used such
as the Copier function.
Solution
• Wait for a while, and then
connect to the network again.
• Cancel the job that is being
processed. Press [Stop]. Follow
the instructions in the message that
appears and exit the function that
is running.
"Scanner is not available on
the specified device."
The TWAIN scanner function Contact your service representative.
cannot be used on this
machine.
"Scanner is not ready.
Check the scanner and the
options."
The ADF cover is open.
Check whether the ADF cover is
closed.
"The name is already in use.
Check the registered
names."
You tried to register a name
that is already in use.
Use another name.
When there is a problem connecting to the scanner
Message
Cause
Solution
"Cannot connect to the
scanner. Check the network
Access Mask settings in User
Tools."
An access mask is set.
For details about an access mask,
contact your administrator.
"Cannot find "XXX" scanner
used for the previous scan.
"YYY" will be used instead."
The main power of the
previously used scanner is
not set to "On".
Check whether the main power of the
scanner used for the previous scan is
turned on.
("XXX" and "YYY" indicate
scanner names.)
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10. Troubleshooting
Message
"Cannot find "XXX" scanner
used for the previous scan.
"YYY" will be used instead."
Cause
The machine is not
connected to the network
correctly.
("XXX" and "YYY" indicate
scanner names.)
Solution
• Check that the previously used
scanner is connected to the
network correctly.
• Cancel the personal firewall of
the client computer. For details
about firewall, see Windows
Help.
• Use an application such as telnet
to make sure SNMPv1 or
SNMPv2 is set as the machine's
protocol. For details about how to
check this, see "Remote
Maintenance Using telnet",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
• Select the scanner used for the
previous scan.
"Communication error has
occurred on the network."
A communication error has
occurred on the network.
Check whether the client computer can
use the TCP/IP protocol.
"Scanner is not available.
Check the scanner
connection status."
The machine's power is off.
Turn on the power.
"Scanner is not available.
Check the scanner
connection status."
The machine is not
connected to the network
correctly.
• Check whether the machine is
connected to the network
correctly.
• Cancel the personal firewall
function of the client computer.
For details about firewall, see
Windows Help.
• Use an application such as telnet
to make sure SNMPv1 or
SNMPv2 is set as the machine's
protocol. For details about how to
check this, see "Remote
Maintenance Using telnet",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
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Messages Displayed When You Use the Scanner Function
Message
"Scanner is not available.
Check the scanner
connection status."
Cause
Network communication is
not available because the
machine's IP address could
not be obtained from the
host name. If only "IPv6" is
set to [Active], the IPv6
address might not be
obtained.
Solution
• Check whether the machine's host
name is specified in the Network
Connection Tool. For the WIA
driver, check the [Network
Connection] tab in the properties.
• Use Web Image Monitor to set
"LLMNR" of "IPv6" to [Active].
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10. Troubleshooting
When Other Messages Appear
Message
"Firmware update will start.
Press [OK]. It will start
automatically after 30
seconds have elapsed."
Cause
Automatic firmware update
is enabled and it is the time
for an automatic update.
Solution
• If you want to start the firmware
update, press [OK], or configure
the setting so that the automatic
firmware update starts
automatically in 30 seconds.
• If you do not want to start the
firmware update, press [Cancel]
before 30 seconds elapse.
• Do not turn off the power switch
during the firmware update.
"Cannot connect with the
wireless card. Turn the main
power switch off, then check
the card."
• The wireless LAN
board was not inserted
when the machine was
turned on.
(A "wireless LAN board" or
"Bluetooth interface unit" is
referred to as a "wireless
card".)
• The wireless LAN
board was pulled out
after the machine was
turned on.
Turn off the power, and then check the
wireless LAN board is inserted
correctly. After this, turn on the power
again. If the message appears again,
contact your service representative.
The settings are not updated
although the unit is detected.
"Cannot connect with the
Bluetooth interface. Check
the Bluetooth interface."
• The Bluetooth interface
unit was installed while
the machine was turned
on.
• The Bluetooth interface
unit was removed while
the machine was turned
on.
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Turn off the power, and then confirm
that the Bluetooth interface unit was
installed correctly. After this, turn on the
power again. If the message appears
again, contact your service
representative.
When Other Messages Appear
Message
Cause
"Failed to read the PDF file."
There is a possibility that the
PDF version is not supported
by the browser's PDF viewer
or an unsupported
encryption level is specified.
Solution
With this machine's browser PDF files
other than those whose versions and
encryption levels are specified below
cannot be viewed.
• PDF version: 1.3-1.7
• PDF encryption level: 128Bit AES
or 256Bit AES
"Clean the scanning glass.
(Located next to the
exposure glass.)"
The scanning glass or guide
plate of the ADF is dirty.
Clean the scanning glass or guide
plate. See "Maintaining Your
Machine", Maintenance and
Specifications.
"Following output tray is full.
Remove paper."
The output tray is full.
Remove paper from the output tray to
resume printing. Press [Continue] on
the display panel to resume printing.
"Internal cooling fan is
active."
Large print runs will cause
the machine's interior to heat
up, triggering the cooling
fan.
The fan will emit noise, but this is
normal and the machine will be
operable while the fan is running.
The machine is performing
image adjustment
operations.
The machine may perform periodic
maintenance during operations. The
frequency and duration of
maintenance depends on the humidity,
temperature, and printing factors such
as number of prints, paper size, and
paper type. Wait for the machine to
resume operation.
"Self checking..."
The amount of paper that can be
printed and the total operation time
until the fan starts running depends on
the temperature of the location at
which the machine is installed.
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10. Troubleshooting
When There Is a Problem Scanning or Storing Originals
Message
Cause
"Cannot detect original size.
Select scan size."
The machine failed to detect
the size of the original.
Solution
• Place the original correctly.
• Specify the scan size, and then
place the originals again. For
details about the settings for when
fax function is being used, see
"Scan Settings", Fax.
• Specify the scan size, and then
place the originals again.
• When placing an original directly
on the exposure glass, the lifting/
lowering action of the ADF
triggers the automatic original
size detection process. Lift the
ADF by 30 degrees or more.
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"Captured file exceeded
max. number of pages per
file. Cannot send the
scanned data."
The maximum number of
pages per file has been
exceeded.
Reduce the number of pages in the
transmitted file, and then resend the
file. For details about the maximum
number of pages per file, see "Storage
Function", Scan.
"Original is being scanned
by another function. Please
wait."
Another function of the
machine is being used.
Cancel the job in progress. Press [Exit],
and then press [Stop]. Follow the
instructions in the message that
appears and exit the function that is
running.
When Other Messages Appear
When the Address Book Is Updated
Message
"Updating the destination list
has failed. Try again?"
Cause
A network error has
occurred.
Solution
• Check whether the server is
connected.
• Antivirus programs and firewalls
can prevent client computers from
establishing connection with this
machine.
• If you are using antivirus software,
add the program to the exclusion
list in the application settings. For
details about how to add
programs to the exclusion list, see
the antivirus software Help.
• To prevent a firewall from
blocking the connection, register
the machine's IP address in the
firewall's IP address exclusion
settings. For details about the
procedure for excluding an IP
address, see your operating
system's Help.
"Updating the destination
list... Please wait. Specified
destination(s) or sender's
name has been cleared."
The destination list is being
updated from the network
using Web Image Monitor.
Wait until the message disappears. Do
not turn off the power while this
message is displayed. Depending on
the number of destinations to be
updated, there may be some delay
before operation is resumed.
Operation is not possible while this
message is displayed.
"Updating the destination
list... Please wait. Specified
destination(s) or sender's
name has been cleared."
A specified destination or
sender's name was cleared
when the destination list in
the delivery server was
updated.
Specify the destination or sender's
name again.
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10. Troubleshooting
When Data Cannot Be Sent Due to a Problem with the Destination
Message
Cause
Solution
"Some invalid destination(s)
contained. Do you want to
select only valid
destination(s)?"
The specified group contains In the message that appears at each
either an e-mail destination
transmission, press [Select].
and/or folder destination
that is not supported by the
specified transmission
method.
"SMTP authentication email
address and administrator
email address mismatch."
The SMTP authentication email address and the
administrator's e-mail
address do not match.
For details about how to set SMTP
authentication, see "File Transfer",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
When the Machine Cannot Be Operated Due to a Problem with the User
Certificate
Message
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Cause
Solution
"The destination cannot be
selected because its
encryption certificate is not
currently valid."
The user certificate
(destination certificate) has
expired.
A new user certificate must be installed.
For details about the user certificate
(destination certificate), see
"Configuring S/MIME", Security
Guide.
"The group destination
cannot be selected because
it contains a destination with
a encryption certificate that
is not currently valid."
The user certificate
(destination certificate) has
expired.
A new user certificate must be installed.
For details about the user certificate
(destination certificate), see
"Configuring S/MIME", Security
Guide.
"Transmission cannot be
performed because the
encryption certificate is not
currently valid."
The user certificate
(destination certificate) has
expired.
A new user certificate must be installed.
For details about the user certificate
(destination certificate), see
"Configuring S/MIME", Security
Guide.
When Other Messages Appear
Message
"XXX cannot be YYY
because the device
certificate used for the S/
MIME signature is not
currently valid."
Cause
The device certificate (S/
MIME) has expired.
A new device certificate (S/MIME)
must be installed. For details about
how to install a device certificate (S/
MIME), see "Protecting
Communication Paths via a Device
Certificate", Security Guide.
There is no device certificate
(S/MIME), or the certificate
is invalid.
For details about the device certificate
(S/MIME), see "Protecting
Communication Paths via a Device
Certificate", Security Guide.
The device certificate (PDF
with digital signature or
PDF/A with digital
signature) has expired.
A new device certificate (PDF with
digital signature or PDF/A with digital
signature) must be installed. For details
about how to install a device certificate
(PDF with digital signature or PDF/A
with digital signature), see
"Configuring PDFs with Electronic
Signatures", Security Guide.
There is no device certificate
(PDF with digital signature or
PDF/A with digital
signature), or the certificate
is invalid.
A new device certificate (PDF with
digital signature or PDF/A with digital
signature) must be installed. For details
about how to install a device certificate
(PDF with digital signature or PDF/A
with digital signature), see
"Configuring PDFs with Electronic
Signatures", Security Guide.
(XXX and YYY indicate the
user action.)
"XXX cannot be YYY
because there is a problem
with the device certificate
used for the S/MIME
signature. Check the device
certificate."
Solution
(XXX and YYY indicate the
user action.)
"XXX cannot be YYY
because the Digital
Signature's device certificate
is not currently valid."
(XXX and YYY indicate the
user action.)
"XXX cannot be YYY
because there is a problem
with the Digital Signature's
device certificate. Check the
device certificate."
(XXX and YYY indicate the
user action.)
• If a fax or an e-mail cannot be sent and a message appears which states that there is a problem
with the device certificate or user certificate, a new certificate must be installed. For details about
how to install a new certificate, see "Configuring S/MIME" or "Protecting Communication Paths via
a Device Certificate", Security Guide.
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10. Troubleshooting
When Problems Occur While Logging In
Message
Cause
Solution
"Authentication has failed."
The entered login user name
or login password is not
correct.
For details about the correct login user
name and login password, see "Basic
Authentication", Security Guide.
"Authentication has failed."
The machine cannot perform
authentication.
For details about authentication, see
"Configuring User Authentication",
Security Guide.
When the User Lacks Privileges to Perform an Operation
Message
Cause
Solution
"You do not have the
privileges to use this
function."
The logged in user name
does not have permissions
for the selected function.
For details about how to set
permissions, see "Limiting Available
Functions", Security Guide.
"The selected file(s)
contained file(s) without
access privileges. Only
file(s) with access privileges
will be deleted."
You have tried to delete files
without the permission to do
so.
To check your access permission for
stored documents, or to delete a
document you do not have permission
to delete, see "Managing Stored Files",
Security Guide.
When the LDAP Server Cannot Be Used
Message
"Connection with LDAP
server has failed. Check the
server status."
Cause
A network error has
occurred and connection
has failed.
Solution
Try the operation again. If the message
is still displayed, the network may be
busy.
Check the settings for LDAP server in
[System Settings]. For details about
settings for LDAP server, see
"Programming the LDAP Server",
Connecting the Machine/ System
Settings.
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When Other Messages Appear
Message
"Exceeded time limit for
LDAP server search. Check
the server status."
Cause
A network error has
occurred and connection
has failed.
Solution
• Try the operation again. If the
message is still displayed, the
network may be busy.
• Check that the correct settings for
LDAP server are listed in
[Administrator Tools] of [System
Settings]. For details about LDAP
server, see "Programming the
LDAP Server", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
"LDAP server authentication
has failed. Check the
settings."
A network error has
occurred and connection
has failed.
Configure settings correctly for the user
name and the password for LDAP
server authentication.
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11. Information for This Machine
This chapter describes environmental precautions and regulations.
Information on Environmental Regulations
ENERGY STAR Program
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements for Imaging Equipment
This company is a participant in the ENERGY STAR® Program.
This machine is compliant with the regulations specified by the
ENERGY STAR® Program.
The ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements for Imaging Equipment encourage energy conservation
by promoting energy efficient computers and other office equipment.
The program backs the development and dissemination of products that feature energy saving
functions.
It is an open program in which manufacturers participate voluntarily.
Targeted products are computers, monitors, printers, facsimiles, copiers, scanners, and multi-function
devices. Energy Star standards and logos are internationally uniform.
• For details about the "default delay time", see page 253 "Energy Saving Functions".
Energy Saving Functions
To reduce its power consumption, this machine has the following functions:
Sleep mode
• If this machine remains idle for a specified period or when [Energy Saver] (
enters Sleep mode to further reduce its electrical consumption.
) is pressed, it
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• The default delay time the machine waits before entering Sleep mode is 1 minute. This default
time can be changed.
• The machine can print jobs from computers and receive faxes while in Sleep mode.
Specification
(mainly Europe)
•
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
Reduced electrical
consumption in
Sleep mode *1
0.93 W
0.93 W
0.89 W
0.89 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
Time of switch out
from Sleep mode
7.4 seconds
7.4 seconds
8.1 seconds
8.9 seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
*1
Type 5
Type 6
Type 7
Reduced electrical
consumption in
Sleep mode *1
0.89 W
0.90 W
0.90 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
Time of switch out
from Sleep mode
8.9 seconds
7.1 seconds
7.1 seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
*1
*1 The time it takes to switch out from energy saving functions and electrical consumption may differ
depending on the conditions and environment of the machine.
*2 Achieves ENERGY STAR energy savings; product fully qualifies when packaged with (or used
with) a duplex tray and the duplex function is enabled as an option.
•
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(mainly Asia)
Information on Environmental Regulations
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Reduced electrical
consumption in
Sleep mode *1
0.93 W
0.93 W
0.89 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
Time of switch out
from Sleep mode
7.4 seconds
7.4 seconds
8.1 seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
*1
Type 4
Type 5
Type 6
Reduced electrical
consumption in
Sleep mode *1
0.89 W
0.90 W
0.90 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
Time of switch out
from Sleep mode
8.9 seconds
7.1 seconds
7.1 seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
*1
*1 The time it takes to switch out from energy saving functions and electrical consumption may differ
depending on the conditions and environment of the machine.
*2 Achieves ENERGY STAR energy savings; product fully qualifies when packaged with (or used
with) a duplex tray and the duplex function is enabled as an option.
•
(mainly North America)
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Reduced electrical
consumption in Sleep
mode *1
0.83 W
0.83 W
0.79 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
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Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Time of switch out from
Sleep mode *1
7.4 seconds
7.4 seconds
7.7seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
Type 4
Type 5
Type 6
Reduced electrical
consumption in Sleep
mode *1
0.79 W
0.81 W
0.81 W
Time of switch into
Sleep mode
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
Time of switch out from
Sleep mode *1
8.8 seconds
7.1 seconds
7.1 seconds
Duplex Function *2
Standard
Standard
Standard
*1 The time it takes to switch out from energy saving functions and electrical consumption may differ
depending on the conditions and environment of the machine.
*2 Achieves ENERGY STAR energy savings; product fully qualifies when packaged with (or used
with) a duplex tray and the duplex function is enabled as an option.
• Specifications can vary depending on which options are installed on the machine.
• For details about how to change the default interval, see "Timer Settings", Connecting the
Machine/ System Settings.
• Depending on which embedded software application is installed on it, the machine might take
longer than indicated to enter Sleep mode.
User Information on Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Europe)
(mainly
Users in the countries where this symbol shown in this section has been specified in
national law on collection and treatment of E-waste
Our Products contain high quality components and are designed to facilitate recycling.
Our products or product packaging are marked with the symbol below.
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Information on Environmental Regulations
The symbol indicates that the product must not be treated as municipal waste. It must be disposed of
separately via the appropriate return and collection systems available. By following these instructions
you ensure that this product is treated correctly and help to reduce potential impacts on the environment
and human health, which could otherwise result from inappropriate handling. Recycling of products
helps to conserve natural resources and protect the environment.
For more detailed information on collection and recycling systems for this product, please contact the
shop where you purchased it, your local dealer or sales/service representatives.
All Other Users
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities, the shop where you bought this
product, your local dealer or sales/service representatives.
Note for the Battery and/or Accumulator Symbol (For EU countries only)
(mainly Europe)
In accordance with the Battery Directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end-users Annex II,
the above symbol is printed on batteries and accumulators.
This symbol means that in the European Union, used batteries and accumulators should be disposed of
separately from your household waste.
In the EU, there are separate collection systems for not only used electrical and electronic products but
also batteries and accumulators.
Please dispose of them correctly at your local community waste collection/recycling centre.
Contact your sales or service representative to change the battery.
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11. Information for This Machine
Environmental Advice for Users
(mainly Europe)
Users in the EU, Switzerland and Norway
Consumables yield
Please refer to either the User's Manual for this information or the packaging of the consumable.
Recycled paper
The machine can use recycled paper which is produced in accordance with European standard
EN 12281:2002 or DIN 19309. For products using EP printing technology, the machine can print
on 64 g/m2 paper, which contains less raw materials and represents a significant resource
reduction.
Duplex printing (if applicable)
Duplex printing enables both sides of a sheet of paper to be used. This saves paper and reduces
the size of printed documents so that fewer sheets are used. We recommend that this feature is
enabled whenever you print.
Toner and ink cartridge return program
Toner and ink cartridge for recycling will be accepted free of charge from users in accordance with
local regulations.
For details about the return program, please refer to the Web page below or consult your service
person.
https://www.ricoh-return.com/
Energy efficiency
The amount of electricity a machine consumes depends as much on its specifications as it does on
the way you use it. The machine is designed to allow you to reduce electricity costs by switching to
Ready mode after it prints the last page. If required, it can immediately print again from this mode.
If no additional prints are required and a specified period of time passes, the device switches to an
energy saving mode.
In these modes, the machine consumes less power (watts). If the machine is to print again, it needs
a little longer to return from an energy saving mode than from Ready mode.
For maximum energy savings, we recommend that the default setting for power management is
used.
Products that comply with the Energy Star requirement are always energy efficient.
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Information on Environmental Regulations
Notes to users in the state of California (Notes to Users in USA)
(mainly North America)
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See: www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/
perchlorate
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11. Information for This Machine
260
INDEX
2 Sided Print...........................................................11
A
Adding toner........................................................186
Address Book... 13, 111, 113, 139, 141, 142, 144,
146, 247
ADF........................................................9, 27, 31, 34
ADF's extender......................................... 29, 32, 36
ARDF............................................................ 9, 40, 58
Authentication screen............................................ 88
Auto Document Feeder........................................... 9
Auto Reduce / Enlarge.................................. 16, 96
Auto Reverse Document Feeder............................. 9
B
Computer............................................................. 237
Control panel..................................... 28, 31, 34, 62
Copier.................................................................. 199
Copy................................................................ 71, 95
Copy orientation....................................................99
Creating a shared folder.................................... 137
Custom size paper.............................................. 105
D
Data In indicator.................................................... 62
Data security for copying......................................25
Destination........................................................... 248
Display panel......................................................... 62
Distributed scan management.............................. 24
Document Server.........12, 18, 110, 129, 130, 151,
153, 199, 220
Banner Paper Guide Tray... 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48,
50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60
Basic procedure......................................... 123, 151
Basic procedure (Copy)....................................... 95
Basic procedure (Fax)........................................ 111
Basic Procedure (Scanner Classic).................... 147
Basic procedure (Scanner)........................ 137, 144
Beeping pattern................................................... 193
Booklet Finisher SR3220..... 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49,
51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61
Booklet Finisher SR3240...... 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55
Bridge unit.. 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 56,
59, 61
Bypass tray............. 29, 33, 36, 105, 158, 164, 176
C
Canceling a transmission.................................... 115
Caster table.......38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54,
56, 58, 60
Changing the display language.......................... 63
Check Status........................................................ 191
Checking a stored file......................................... 148
Classic Application................................................70
Color adjustment................................................... 16
Color copy............................................................. 16
Combine................................................. 11, 16, 101
Combine 1 Side.................................................. 102
Combine 2 Sides................................................. 103
Combine printing.................................................126
Drag....................................................................... 67
DSM....................................................................... 24
Duplex....................................................... 11, 16, 98
E
E-mail address............................................ 144, 146
E-mail destination....................................... 144, 146
E-mail transmission................................................ 20
Embedding text information..................................22
ENERGY STAR Program..................................... 253
Envelope...................................... 16, 106, 128, 182
Environmental advice for users.......................... 258
Error log............................................................... 216
Error report.......................................................... 216
Exposure glass.......................................... 27, 31, 34
Exposure glass cover............................... 31, 40, 58
Extender.............................................. 29, 32, 33, 36
External options. 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54
External tray...... 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55,
57, 59, 61
F
Facsimile.............................................................. 203
Fax.......................................................................... 73
Fax destination............................................111, 113
Fax indicator.......................................................... 62
File type................................................................ 149
Finisher SR3210 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55
Finisher SR3230................... 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55
261
Finishing..................................................................16
Flick......................................................................... 66
Folder destination......................139, 141, 142, 143
Frequently-used settings........................................ 14
Front cover................................................ 28, 32, 35
Function Compatibility........................................ 198
H
Handset...............................................42, 48, 54, 60
Hold Print................................................................17
Home screen............................................. 15, 64, 67
How to Read the Manuals...................................... 7
Human detection sensor.......................... 28, 31, 35
I
Icon............................................................ 64, 67, 68
Image adjustment.................................................. 16
Immediate Transmission...................................... 114
Indicator lamp..................................................... 191
Information on environmental regulations.........253
Information screen................................................. 11
Internal Finisher SR3130.....39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49,
57, 59, 61
Internal Finisher SR3180...... 39, 41, 43, 57, 59, 61
Internal shift tray...... 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53,
55, 57, 59, 61
Internal tray 1........................................... 28, 31, 35
Internal tray 2... 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55,
56, 59, 61
Internet Fax............................................................ 20
IP-Fax......................................................................20
J
Journal.................................................................. 120
L
Label paper......................................................... 172
LAN-Fax...........................................................11, 18
Large capacity tray... 9, 39, 41, 43, 44, 46, 49, 51,
52, 55
LCT.... 9, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52,
54, 55, 166, 168, 178, 179
LDAP server..........................................................250
Loading paper........................... 157, 158, 166, 168
Locked Print............................................................ 17
Logging in the machine................................ 88, 250
262
Logging out the machine.......................................89
Long tap................................................................. 67
Lower paper tray.... 28, 32, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42,
43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,
56, 58, 59, 60
Lower right cover...................................... 30, 33, 37
M
Mail to Print............................................................ 20
Main power indicator........................................... 62
Main power switch............................ 28, 31, 34, 86
Managing documents......................................... 130
Memory....................................................... 222, 232
Memory Storage Device.................................... 133
Memory Transmission......................................... 111
Message......... 194, 199, 203, 204, 210, 213, 216,
217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 230,
232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 241, 244, 246,
247, 248, 250
Model-specific information..................................... 8
N
Names of major features........................................ 9
Network setting................................................... 204
Note for the battery and/or accumulator symbol..
.............................................................................. 257
Notes to users in the state of California.............259
Number of sets.................................................... 109
O
OCR unit................................................................. 22
OHP transparencies..................................... 16, 172
One-pass duplex scanning ADF.................... 40, 58
One-Sided combine........................................... 102
Options................................................................... 38
Orientation-fixed paper......................................169
Original orientation............................................... 99
P
Paper capacity.................................................... 172
Paper guides............................................. 29, 33, 36
Paper size............................................................ 172
Paper thickness.................................................... 179
Paper tray................................ 28, 32, 35, 157, 172
Paper type............................................................172
Paper weight........................................................172
Paperless Fax......................................................... 11
PCL........................................................................121
PCL 6.......................................... 123, 124, 126, 128
PictBridge............................................................... 17
Pinch-in................................................................... 66
Pinch-out.................................................................66
Placing originals.................................................... 91
Preventing information leakage........................... 23
Printer..... 123, 213, 216, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222,
223, 224
Printer driver properties...................................... 122
Privilege................................................................250
Problem....................................................... 194, 246
Program........................................................... 14, 83
Q
Quick Application................................................. 70
Quick Install......................................................... 121
Quick Print Release............................................. 131
R
Recommended paper......................................... 172
Reducing my costs................................................. 11
Region A................................................................... 8
Region B................................................................... 8
Registering destinations.........................................13
Remote Fax....................................................21, 210
Right cover................................................ 30, 33, 37
Running out of toner............................................ 188
S
Sample Print........................................................... 17
Scan Settings....................................................... 150
Scan to E-mail......................................................144
Scan to Folder............................................... 22, 137
Scanner.... 78, 137, 144, 147, 227, 230, 232, 233,
234, 235, 236, 237, 241
Sending scan files........................................... 12, 22
Sending stored documents................................. 118
Shared folder.......................................................137
Shortcut icon............................................. 64, 67, 68
Sleep mode......................................................... 253
SMB folder......................................... 139, 141, 142
Sort................................................................. 16, 108
Stamp..................................................................... 16
Standard Application............................................ 70
Standard printing................................................ 123
Status icon............................................................ 189
Status indicator...................................................... 62
Stored documents................................ 18, 118, 153
Stored Print............................................................. 17
Storing a document............................................. 117
Storing data................................................ 110, 151
Storing documents...............................................129
Storing received documents................................. 18
Storing scan files........................................... 12, 147
Symbols.................................................................... 7
T
Thick paper.......................................................... 181
Toner............................................................186, 188
Translucent paper................................................172
Tray............................................................ 28, 32, 35
Tray 1................................................................... 172
Tray 2................................................................... 173
Tray 3....... 39, 41, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 166,
174, 178
Tray 4................................................................... 174
Turning off the power............................................ 86
Turning on the power............................................ 86
Two-Sided combine............................................ 103
Two-sided paper................................................. 169
Two-sided printing...................................... 124, 125
U
Unauthorized copy prevention............................ 25
Used toner........................................................... 188
User certificate..................................................... 248
User Code Authentication.....................................88
User information on electrical and electronic
equipment............................................................ 256
Using scanned files on the computer................... 12
V
Vents.......................... 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37
W
Web Image Monitor.................................... 24, 155
Widget................................................................... 69
WSD scanner.........................................................22
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