About This Machine - Ricoh Business Booster

About This Machine - Ricoh Business Booster
Operating Instructions
About This Machine
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Getting Started
2
Adding Paper
3
Adding Toner and Staples
4
Entering Text
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On-screen Operating Instructions
6
Remarks
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Appendix
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety
Information in this manual before using the machine.
Documentation for This Machine
About This Machine (This manual) .........................................................................................................
Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................
Copy and Document Server Reference .................................................................................................
Scanner Reference ..........................................................................................................................................
Sending scan files .......................................................................................................................................
Storing scan files .........................................................................................................................................
Changing the default settings of the scanner function, and related information ...................................
Network and System Settings Reference ......................................................................................................
Connecting to a network ............................................................................................................................
Registering addresses for scanner functions .............................................................................................
Changing the default settings of the system, and related information ....................................................
Paper Settings Reference ........................................................................................................................
Security Reference ..........................................................................................................................................
Guide to Paper ................................................................................................................................................
VM Card Extended Feature Settings Device Reference ...............................................................................
VM Card Extended Feature Settings Web Reference ..................................................................................
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Documentation for This Machine.......................................................................................................................1
Manuals for This Machine.................................................................................................................................6
Manuals List.........................................................................................................................................................8
What You Can Do with This Machine...............................................................................................................9
Using This Machine as a Copier...................................................................................................................9
Utilizing Stored Documents.........................................................................................................................10
Using the Scanner in a Network Environment...........................................................................................10
Administrating the Machine/Protecting Documents (Security Functions)...............................................11
Monitoring and Setting the Machine Via Computer.................................................................................11
Notice................................................................................................................................................................13
Important......................................................................................................................................................13
How to Read This Manual...............................................................................................................................14
Symbols........................................................................................................................................................14
Machine Types.............................................................................................................................................14
Names of Major Items.................................................................................................................................14
Notes............................................................................................................................................................15
Safety Information............................................................................................................................................16
Safety During Operation.............................................................................................................................16
Safety Precautions to Be Followed.............................................................................................................16
Safety Labels of This Machine.........................................................................................................................24
Positions of WARNING and CAUTION labels.........................................................................................24
Power Switch Symbols.................................................................................................................................32
ENERGY STAR Program..................................................................................................................................33
Energy Saving Functions..................................................................................................................................34
Laws and Regulations......................................................................................................................................35
Legal Prohibition..........................................................................................................................................35
Laser Safety..................................................................................................................................................35
Notes to USA Users of FCC Requirements................................................................................................35
Notes to Canadian Users of IC Rules.........................................................................................................36
Notes to users in the United States of America..........................................................................................36
1. Getting Started
Guide to Components......................................................................................................................................37
Options..............................................................................................................................................................40
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External Options..........................................................................................................................................40
Internal Option.............................................................................................................................................41
Control Panel....................................................................................................................................................42
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel...................................................................................................44
Display Panel....................................................................................................................................................46
Simple Screen..............................................................................................................................................46
Changing the Display Language................................................................................................................47
When the Authentication Screen is Displayed...............................................................................................49
User Code Authentication (Using the Control Panel)................................................................................49
User Code Authentication (Using a Printer Driver)....................................................................................50
Login (Using the Control Panel)..................................................................................................................50
Logout (Using the Control Panel)................................................................................................................51
Login (Using Web Image Monitor)............................................................................................................52
Logout (Using Web Image Monitor)..........................................................................................................52
Changing Modes.............................................................................................................................................53
System Reset.................................................................................................................................................53
Turning On/Off the Power..............................................................................................................................55
Turning On the Main Power........................................................................................................................55
Turning On the Power..................................................................................................................................56
Turning Off the Power..................................................................................................................................56
Turning Off the Main Power........................................................................................................................57
Saving Energy..............................................................................................................................................57
Anti-humidity Heater Switch........................................................................................................................58
2. Adding Paper
Loading Paper..................................................................................................................................................61
Loading Paper into Tray 1 (Tandem Tray).................................................................................................62
Loading Paper into the A3/11 × 17 Tray Unit.........................................................................................63
Loading Paper into Tray 2...........................................................................................................................64
Loading Paper into the Wide Large Capacity Tray..................................................................................66
Loading Paper into the Multi Bypass Tray.................................................................................................69
Loading Orientation-Fixed Paper or Two-Sided Paper............................................................................72
Changing the Paper Size.................................................................................................................................74
Changing the Paper Size in Tray 2............................................................................................................74
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Changing the Paper Size in the Wide Large Capacity Tray....................................................................77
Changing to a Size That Is Not Automatically Detected..........................................................................80
Specifying Custom Size Paper....................................................................................................................81
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types..........................................................................................................83
OHP transparencies.....................................................................................................................................92
Translucent Paper.........................................................................................................................................92
Coated Paper...............................................................................................................................................93
Envelopes..........................................................................................................................................................94
Unusable Paper................................................................................................................................................96
Paper Storage..................................................................................................................................................97
3. Adding Toner and Staples
Adding Toner....................................................................................................................................................99
Replacing Toner.........................................................................................................................................100
Sending Scanned Documents When Toner Has Run Out......................................................................101
Used Toner.................................................................................................................................................101
Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle................................................................................................................102
Adding Staples...............................................................................................................................................106
Adding Staples to Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040......................................................106
Adding Staples to Booklet Finisher SR5040 (Saddle Stitch).................................................................107
4. Entering Text
Entering Text...................................................................................................................................................109
Available Characters................................................................................................................................109
Keys............................................................................................................................................................109
How to Enter Text......................................................................................................................................110
5. On-screen Operating Instructions
Formats of the Operating Instructions..........................................................................................................113
Reading the HTML Manuals on the CD-ROMs...........................................................................................114
Installing and Opening the HTML Manuals................................................................................................115
Reading the PDF Manuals on the CD-ROMs..............................................................................................116
6. Remarks
Dos and Don'ts...............................................................................................................................................117
Saving Color Copies.................................................................................................................................118
Where to Put Your Machine.........................................................................................................................119
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Machine Environment...............................................................................................................................119
Power Connection.....................................................................................................................................121
Maintaining Your Machine...........................................................................................................................124
Cleaning the Machine..............................................................................................................................124
Cleaning the Exposure Glass...................................................................................................................124
Cleaning the Auto Document Feeder.......................................................................................................125
Cleaning the Power Cord Plug.................................................................................................................125
Backing Up Hard Disk Data.........................................................................................................................126
Counter...........................................................................................................................................................127
Inquiry.............................................................................................................................................................128
Checking the Earth Leakage Breaker...........................................................................................................130
7. Appendix
Software Included on the CD-ROM.............................................................................................................133
Viewing the Contents of the CD-ROM.....................................................................................................133
TWAIN Driver............................................................................................................................................133
Specifications for the Main Unit...................................................................................................................134
Auto Document Feeder.............................................................................................................................138
Document Server.......................................................................................................................................138
Specifications for Finisher SR5030 (Optional)...........................................................................................139
Finisher Upper Tray...................................................................................................................................139
Finisher Shift Tray.......................................................................................................................................139
Specifications for Booklet Finisher SR5040 (Optional)..............................................................................143
Finisher Upper Tray...................................................................................................................................143
Finisher Shift Tray.......................................................................................................................................143
Finisher Booklet Tray.................................................................................................................................146
Specifications for Punch Unit (Finisher SR5030, Booklet Finisher SR5040) (Optional)..........................147
Specifications for Multi-Folding Unit (Optional).........................................................................................149
Specifications for Wide Large Capacity Tray (Optional)..........................................................................152
Specifications for Multi Bypass Tray (Optional).........................................................................................153
Specifications for Decurler Unit (Optional).................................................................................................154
Specifications for Other Options..................................................................................................................155
Trademarks.....................................................................................................................................................156
INDEX...........................................................................................................................................................159
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Manuals for This Machine
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine.
Refer to the manuals that are relevant to what you want to do with the machine.
• Media differ according to manual.
• The printed and electronic versions of a manual have the same contents.
• Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®/Adobe Reader must be installed in order to view the manuals as PDF
files.
• A Web browser must be installed in order to view the html manuals.
About This Machine
Before using the machine, be sure to read the section of this manual entitled Safety Information.
This manual introduces the machine's various functions. It also explains the control panel,
preparation procedures for using the machine, how to enter text, how to install the CD-ROMs
provided, and how to replace paper, toner, staples, and other consumables.
Troubleshooting
Provides a guide for resolving common usage-related problems.
Copy and Document Server Reference
Explains Copier and Document Server functions and operations. Also refer to this manual for
explanations on how to place originals.
Scanner Reference
Explains Scanner functions and operations.
Network and System Settings Reference
Explains how to connect the machine to a network and how to configure and operate the machine
in a network environment. It also explains how to change System Settings, how to specify
Adjustment Settings for Operators, and how to register information in the Address Book.
Paper Settings Reference
Explains how to make paper settings for each tray using the paper library, which contains optimum
printing conditions. It also explains how to manually specify a paper size and type for a paper tray.
Security Reference
This manual is for administrators of the machine. It explains security functions that you can use to
prevent unauthorized use of the machine, data tampering, or information leakage. For enhanced
security, we recommend that you first make the following settings:
• Install the Device Certificate.
• Enable SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Encryption.
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• Change the user name and password of the administrator using Web Image Monitor.
For details, see “Setting up the Machine”, Security Reference.
Be sure to read this manual when setting the enhanced security functions, or user and administrator
authentication.
Guide to Paper
Explains paper characteristics and methods for handling paper.
VM Card Extended Feature Settings Device Reference
Explains how to set up the extended features settings with the machine.
VM Card Extended Feature Settings Web Reference
Explains how to set up the extended features settings using Web Image Monitor.
• Manuals provided are specific to machine types.
• In addition to the above, manuals are also provided for the Printer function.
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Manuals List
Printed Manuals
Provided
HTML Manuals
Provided
PDF Manuals
Provided
About This Machine
Yes
Yes
Yes
Troubleshooting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Copy and Document Server Reference
Yes
Yes
Yes
Scanner Reference
No
Yes
Yes
Network and System Settings Reference
No
Yes
Yes
Paper Settings Reference
Yes
Yes
Yes
Security Reference
No
Yes
Yes
Guide to Paper
No
No
Yes
VM Card Extended Feature Settings
Device Reference
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Manual Name
VM Card Extended Feature Settings
Web Reference
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What You Can Do with This Machine
This section introduces the features of this machine.
• For details about options, see p.40 "Options".
Using This Machine as a Copier
You can make copies of originals.
CDL001
• 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.
• You can print stamps on copies. Stamps can include scanned images, dates, and page numbers.
• You can adjust the color tones and image quality of your copies.
• You can reduce or enlarge the copy image. With Auto Reduce / Enlarge, the machine
automatically detects the original size, and then selects an appropriate reproduction ratio based
on the paper size you select. 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.
• Copier functions such as Duplex, Combine, Booklet, and Magazine allow you to save on paper by
copying multiple pages onto single sheets.
• You can copy onto various types of paper such as envelopes and OHP transparencies.
• The optional finisher allows you to sort, staple, and punch holes in your copies.
• See Copy and Document Server Reference
.
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Utilizing Stored Documents
You can store files scanned in copier or scanner mode on the machine's hard disk. With Web Image
Monitor, you can 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).
CDL002
You can retrieve stored documents scanned in scanner mode.
• For details about Document Server in copier mode and how to use Document Server, see “Storing
Data in the Document Server” and “Document Server”, Copy and Document Server Reference
.
• For details about Document Server in scanner mode, see “Storing Files Using the Scanner
Function”, Scanner Reference .
Using the Scanner in a Network Environment
You can use a scanner over the network.
CDL003
• You can send scan files to a specified destination using e-mail (Sending scan files by e-mail).
• You can send scan files directly to folders (Sending scan files by Scan to Folder).
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• See Scanner Reference
.
Administrating the Machine/Protecting Documents (Security Functions)
You can prevent information leakage by managing the machine and protecting documents.
CDL004
• 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 the data on the hard disk to prevent the information from leaking out.
• You can encrypt the data stored on the hard disk to prevent the information from leaking out.
• See Security Reference
.
Monitoring and Setting the Machine Via Computer
You can change the machine's settings and monitor its status from a connected computer.
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CDL005
• Web Image Monitor lets you configure and operate the machine using a Web browser on a
computer.
• Using Web Image Monitor, you can register information in the Address Book, specify the
machine's settings, and check the machine's status with ease.
• Using Web Image Monitor, you can check and specify the initial settings (System Settings, network
settings, security settings/certificate management, and e-mail notification), and protect the data in
the machine using authentication.
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Notice
Important
In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
as a result of handling or operating the machine.
For good copy quality, the manufacturer recommends that you use genuine toner from the manufacturer.
The manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of
parts other than genuine parts from the manufacturer with your office products.
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How to Read This Manual
Symbols
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.
Indicates instructions in book form.
Indicates instructions stored in a file on a provided CD-ROM.
Machine Types
The model names of the machines do not appear in the following pages. Check the type of your
machine before reading this manual.
• Type 1: Pro C651EX
• Type 2: Pro C751EX
Certain types might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Names of Major Items
Major items of this machine are referred to as follows in this manual:
• Auto document feeder
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ADF
• Multi Bypass Tray BY5010 (optional)
• LCIT RT5060 (optional)
Multi bypass tray
Wide large capacity tray (Wide LCT)
• Multi-Folding Unit FD5010 (optional)
• Decurler Unit DU5010 (optional)
Multi-folding unit
Decurler unit
• Tab Sheet Holder Type3260 (optional)
Tab sheet holder
Notes
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
Colors on color keys or the color circle may differ slightly from the colors of actual copies.
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Depending on which country you are in, certain units may be optional. For details, please contact your
local dealer.
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Safety Information
When using this machine, the following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety During Operation
In this manual, the following important symbols are used:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions are not followed, could result in death
or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions are not followed, may result in minor
or moderate injury or damage to property.
Safety Precautions to Be Followed
This section explains safety precautions that should always be followed when using this machine.
Environments where the machine can be used
This section explains safety precautions about environments where the machine can be used.
• Do not use flammable sprays or solvents in the vicinity of this machine. Doing so could result in
fire or electric shock.
• Do not place vases, plant pots, cups, toiletries, medicines, small metal objects, or containers
holding water or any other liquids, on or close to this machine. Fire or electric shock could result
from spillage or if such objects or substances fall inside this machine.
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. Otherwise a fire or an electric shock might
occur.
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• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples over, an injury might
occur.
• Do not place heavy objects on the machine. Doing so can cause the machine to topple over,
possibly resulting in injury.
• Make sure the room where you are using the machine is well ventilated and spacious. Good
ventilation is especially important when the machine is used heavily.
• Keep the machine away from salt-bearing air and corrosive gases. Also, do not install the
machine in places where chemical reactions are likely (laboratories, etc.), as doing so will
cause the machine to malfunction.
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
Handling power cords and power cord plugs
This section explains safety precautions about handling power cords and power cord plugs.
• Do not use any power sources other than those that match the specifications shown in this
manual. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use any frequencies other than those that match the specifications shown. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use multi-socket adaptors. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
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• Do not use extension cords. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use power cords that are damaged, broken, or modified. Also, do not use power cords
that have been trapped under heavy objects, pulled hard, or bent severely. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
• Touching the prongs of the power cable's plug with anything metallic constitutes a fire and
electric shock hazard.
• The power cord that comes with the optional equipment is for use with that equipment only. Do
not use it with other appliances. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• It is dangerous to handle the power cord plug with wet hands. Doing so could result in electric
shock.
• If the power cord is damaged and its inner wires are exposed or broken, contact your service
representative for a replacement. Use of damaged power cords could result in fire or electric
shock.
• When this machine's circuit breaker is set to "Off", do not switch it to "On". Doing so could result
in electric shock, fire, smoke, or tripping of the room's breakers.
• Be sure to push the plug of the power cord fully into the wall outlet. Partially inserted plugs
create an unstable connection that can result in unsafe buildup of heat.
• If this machine is not going to be used for several days or longer at a time, disconnect its power
cord from the wall outlet.
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• 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.
• Be sure to disconnect the plug from the wall outlet and clean the prongs and the area around
the prongs at least once a year. Allowing dust to build up on the plug constitutes a fire hazard.
• When performing maintenance on the machine, always disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet.
Handling the main machine
This section explains safety precautions about handling the main machine.
• Be sure to locate the machine as close as possible to a wall outlet. This will allow easy
disconnection of the power cord in the event of an emergency.
• If the machine emits smoke or odours, or if it behaves unusually, you must turn off its power
immediately. After turning off the power, be sure to disconnect the power cord plug from the
wall outlet. Then contact your service representative and report the problem. Do not use the
machine. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• If metal objects, or water or other fluids fall inside this machine, you must turn off its power
immediately. After turning off the power, be sure to disconnect the power cord plug from the
wall outlet. Then contact your service representative and report the problem. Do not use the
machine. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not touch this machine if a lightning strike occurs in the immediate vicinity. Doing so could
result in electric shock.
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• 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.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine. While moving the
machine, take care that the power cord is not damaged under the machine. Failing to take these
precautions could result in fire or electric shock.
• After you move the machine, use the caster fixture to fix it in place. Otherwise the machine might
move or come down to cause an injury.
• Contact your service representative if you need to lift the machine (such as when relocating it to
another floor). Do not attempt to lift the machine without the assistance of your service
representative. The machine will be damaged if it topples or is dropped, resulting in malfunction
and risk of injury to users.
• Do not look into the lamp. It can damage your eyes.
• Do not push or pull the attention light when installed to the machine. Doing so may result in
damage or malfunction of the attention light or the machine.
Handling the machine's interior
This section explains safety precautions about handling the machine's interior.
• Do not remove any covers or screws other than those explicitly mentioned in this manual. Inside
this machine are high voltage components that are an electric shock hazard and laser
components that could cause blindness. Contact your sales or service representative if any of the
machine's internal components require maintenance, adjustment, or repair.
• Do not attempt to disassemble or modify this machine. Doing so risks burns and electric shock.
Note again that exposure to the laser components inside this machine risks blindness.
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• Some of this machine's internal components get very hot. For this reason, take care when
removing misfed paper. Not doing so could result in burns.
• The inside of the machine could be very hot. Do not touch the parts with a label indicating the
“hot surface”. Otherwise, an injury might occur.
• When loading paper, take care not to trap or injure your fingers.
• Keep your hands clear of the booklet finisher tray when removing misfed paper, pulling out or
pushing in the finisher's staple unit. You can trap and injure your fingers if you do not.
• During operation, rollers for transporting the paper and originals revolve. A safety device has
been installed so that the machine can be operated safely. But take care not to touch the
machine during operation. Otherwise, an injury might occur.
• If the machine's interior is not cleaned regularly, dust will accumulate. Fire and breakdown can
result from heavy accumulation of dust inside this machine. Contact your sales or service
representative for details about and charges for cleaning the machine's interior.
Handling the machine's supplies
This section explains safety precautions about handling the machine's supplies.
• 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.
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• Keep the polythene materials (bags, gloves, 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.
• 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.
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• Do not attempt to print on stapled sheets, aluminum foil, carbon paper, or any kind of
conductive paper. Doing so risks fire.
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Safety Labels of This Machine
This section explains the machine's safety information labels.
Positions of WARNING and CAUTION labels
This machine has labels for WARNING and CAUTION at the positions shown below. For safety,
please follow the instructions and handle the machine as indicated.
Main unit, multi bypass tray, and Wide LCT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CDL006
1
CDL086
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Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside of the machine could be very hot. Caution should be
taken when removing misfed paper.
2
CDL084
Do not touch the parts which a label is put on. The inside of the machine could be very hot. Caution
should be taken when removing misfed paper.
3
CDL008
Keep your hands clear of the multi bypass tray when removing paper jam. You might trap your fingers if
you do not.
4
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CDL007
Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside and surface of the fusing unit could be very hot.
Caution should be taken when removing misfed paper.
5
CDK024
This label indicates the weight of the unit. However, this label is meant for customer engineers and
operators who have received training. Do not lift a unit that has this label.
6
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CDL009
High temperature parts. Do not touch the parts which a label is put on. Otherwise, an injury might occur.
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CDL010
Keep your hands clear of the parts a label indicates. Otherwise, you might trap your fingers and an
injury might occur.
Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040
8
9
10
CDL011
8
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CDL012
When opening and closing the front cover of the Finisher SR5030 or Booklet Finisher SR5040, keep
your hands clear of the hinges. The hinges are a hazard. You risk trapping your fingers if you do not
keep your hands clear of them.
9
BZY017
The inside of the Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040 could be very hot. Keep your hands
clear of the parts a label indicates. You might trap your fingers and an injury might occur.
10
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BZY018
Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside of the Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040
could be very hot. Caution should be taken when removing misfed paper.
Booklet Finisher SR5040
12
11
CDL015
11
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BZY020
Keep your hands clear of the booklet finisher tray when pulling out or pushing in the finisher's staple unit,
or removing paper jam. You might trap your fingers if you do not. Take care not to touch the booklet
finisher tray during operation. Otherwise, an injury might occur.
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BZY021
Keep your hands clear of the booklet finisher tray when pulling out or pushing in the finisher's staple unit,
or removing paper jam. You might trap your fingers if you do not.
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Multi-Folding Unit
13
14
15
CDL018
13
CDL019
Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside of the multi-folding unit could be very hot. Caution
should be taken when removing misfed paper.
14
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CDL020
Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside of the multi-folding unit could be very hot. Caution
should be taken when removing misfed paper.
15
CDL021
Do not touch the parts a label indicates. The inside of the multi-folding unit could be very hot. Caution
should be taken when removing misfed paper.
Power Switch Symbols
The meanings of the symbols for the switches on this machine are as follows:
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•
: POWER ON
•
: POWER OFF
•
: STANDBY
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 p.34 "Energy Saving Functions".
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Energy Saving Functions
To reduce its power consumption, this machine has the following functions:
Low Power Mode
• If this machine remains idle for a specified period, it automatically reduces its electrical
consumption.
• The default period the machine waits before entering Low Power Mode is 15 minutes. This
default time can be changed.
Sleep Mode
• If this machine is already in Low Power Mode and remains idle for a specified period, it
automatically enters Sleep Mode to further reduce its electrical consumption.
• The default delay time the machine waits before entering Sleep Mode is 60 minutes. This
default time can be changed.
• The machine can print jobs from computers while in Sleep Mode.
Specification
Type 1
Type 2
Reduced Electrical Consumption by Low
Power Mode
400 W or less
400 W or less
Time of Switch into Low Power Mode
15 minutes
15 minutes
Time of Switch out from Low Power
Mode
100 seconds or less
100 seconds or less
Reduced Electrical Consumption by
Sleep Mode
20 W or less
20 W or less
Time of Switch into Sleep Mode
60 minutes
60 minutes
Time of Switch out from Sleep Mode
300 seconds or less
300 seconds or less
• Specifications can vary depending on which options are installed on the machine.
• For details about how to change the default interval, see “Timer Settings”, Network and System
Settings Reference .
• Depending on which Embedded Software Architecture application is installed on it, the machine
might take longer than indicated to enter Sleep Mode.
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Laws and Regulations
Legal Prohibition
Do not copy or print any item for which reproduction is prohibited by law.
Copying or printing the following items is generally prohibited by local law:
bank notes, revenue stamps, bonds, stock certificates, bank drafts, checks, passports, driver's licenses.
The preceding list is meant as a guide only and is not inclusive. We assume no responsibility for its
completeness or accuracy. If you have any questions concerning the legality of copying or printing
certain items, consult with your legal advisor.
This machine is equipped with a function that prevents making counterfeit bank bills. Due to this function
the original images similar to bank bills may not be copied properly.
Laser Safety
CDRH Regulations
This machine complies with the requirements of 21 CFR Subchapter J for class 1 laser product. The
machine contains four VCSELs (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser), 772 792 nanometer
wavelength for each emitter. Each VCSEL has forty light sources and the maximum output power of each
light source is 1.4 milliwatt.
Caution:
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Notes to USA Users of FCC Requirements
Part 15 of the FCC Rules
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Caution:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Notes to Canadian Users of IC Rules
Notes to users in Canada
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Remarques à l'attention des utilisateurs canadiens
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence.
L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes :
(1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
(2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le
brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Notes to users in the United States of America
Notes to users in the state of California
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/
perchlorate
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1. Getting Started
This chapter describes how to start using this machine.
1
Guide to Components
This section introduces the names and functions of the components.
• 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
8
9
10
11
12
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1. Suspend/Resume switch
Press to momentarily stop copying. Pressing again resumes the stopped operation.
2. Exposure glass
Place originals face down here.
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3. ADF
Lower the ADF over originals placed on the exposure glass.
1
If you load a stack of originals in the ADF, the ADF will automatically feed the originals one by one. This ADF
can be used for two-sided originals.
4. Front left cover
Open to access the inside of the machine or to turn the main power switch on or off.
5. Attention light
Notifies you of errors during printing, such as paper jam and out of paper.
6. Control panel
See p.42 "Control Panel".
7. Operation switch
Press to turn the power on (the operation switch indicator lights up). To turn the power off, press again (the
operation switch indicator goes off). See p.55 "Turning On/Off the Power".
8. Front upper right cover
Open to change toner cartridges.
9. Front right cover
Open to access the inside of the machine.
10. Paper trays (trays 1 2)
Load paper here.
An indicator on the front left side of the tray lights while paper is feeding.
11. Front lower left cover
Open to change the waste toner bottle.
12. Main power switch
If the machine does not operate after turning on the operation switch, check if the main power switch is turned
on. If it is off, turn it on. See p.55 "Turning On/Off the Power".
Rear and right view
1
1
1
2
1
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Guide to Components
1. Ventilation holes
Prevent overheating.
2. Earth leakage breaker
Protects users from electric shock. For details about checking the earth leakage breaker, see p.130 "Checking
the Earth Leakage Breaker".
1
• To cool the machine's interior, the fan may continue running after the machine finishes a large print
job.
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1. Getting Started
Options
1
This section introduces the names and functions of main optional parts.
External Options
This section provides explanations about external options.
1
2
5
3
4
6
7
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1. Finisher SR5030
Sorts, stacks, and staples multiple sheets of paper. Consists of the following paper trays:
• Finisher upper tray
• Finisher shift tray
2. Multi-folding unit
The multi-folding unit can apply the following folds: Half Fold, Letter Fold-out, Letter Fold-in, Double Parallel
Fold, Gate Fold, and Z-fold. To use the multi-folding unit, the Finisher SR5030 or Booklet Finisher SR5040 is
required.
3. Decurler unit
Flattens curls from sheets to prevent paper jams.
4. Multi bypass tray
Holds up to 500 sheets of paper.
Use to copy or print onto thick paper, tab sheets, and custom size paper. To use the multi bypass tray, the
Wide LCT is required.
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5. Booklet Finisher SR5040
Sorts, stacks, staples, and punches 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
1
• Finisher booklet tray
6. A3/11 × 17 tray unit
You can load 11 × 17 or larger size paper in tray 1 using this unit. If you install the A3/11 × 17 tray unit on
your machine, you cannot use it as a tandem tray.
An indicator on the front left side of the tray lights while paper is feeding.
7. Wide LCT
Holds up to 4,000 sheets of paper.
An indicator on the front left side of the tray lights while paper is feeding.
• You cannot install the Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040 at the same time.
Internal Option
• VM card
With this card, you can install embedded software architecture applications.
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1. Getting Started
Control Panel
1
• Do not turn off the main power switch while the operation switch indicator is lit or blinking. Doing so
may damage the hard disk.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
24
13
23
14
22
21
15
20
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16
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1. Display panel
Displays keys for each function, operation status, or messages. See p.46 "Display Panel".
2. Number keys
Use to enter the numbers for copies and data for the selected function.
3. [Clear Modes] key
Press to clear the current settings.
4. [Program] key (copier, Document Server, and scanner mode)
• Press to register frequently used settings, or to recall registered settings.
See “Registering Frequently Used Functions” and “Registering Frequently Used Functions for Printing
Stored Documents from the Document Server”, Copy and Document Server Reference
.
See “Registering Frequently Used Settings”, Scanner Reference
.
• Press to program defaults for the initial display when modes are cleared or reset, or immediately after
the operation switch is turned on.
See “Changing the Default Functions of the Copy's Initial Display”, Copy and Document Server
Reference
.
See “Changing the Default Functions of the Scanner's Initial Display”, Scanner Reference
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.
Control Panel
5. [Interrupt] key
Press to make interrupt copies. See “Interrupt Copy”, Copy and Document Server Reference
.
6. Main power indicator
The main power indicator goes on when you turn on the main power switch.
7. Operation switch
1
Press to turn the power on (the operation switch indicator will light up). To turn the power off, press this switch
again (the operation switch indicator goes off).
See p.55 "Turning On/Off the Power".
8. [Energy Saver] key
Press to switch to and from Energy Saver mode. See p.57 "Saving Energy".
9. [Login/Logout] key
Press to log in or log out.
10. [ ] key (Enter key)
Press to confirm values entered or items specified.
11. [User Tools] key
Press to change the default settings to meet your requirements. See “Accessing User Tools”, Network and
System Settings Reference .
12. [Paper Setting] key
Specify settings for the paper tray. See Paper Settings Reference
.
13. [Counter] key
Press to check or print the counter value. See p.127 "Counter".
14. [Language] key
Press to change the language of the display. See p.47 "Changing the Display Language".
15. [Simple Screen] key
Press to switch to the simple screen. See p.46 "Simple Screen".
16. [Sample Copy] key
Press to make a single set of copies to check for print quality before making multiple sets. See “Sample Copy”,
Copy and Document Server Reference
.
17. [Start] key
Press to start copying, scanning, or sending.
18. [Clear] key
Press to delete an entered number.
19. [Stop] key
Press to stop a job in progress.
This key does not function when the machine is in the printer mode.
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20. Function keys
Press to display the operation screen of one of the following functions: copy, Document Server, printer, or
scanner.
1
The indicator to the left of the key whose function you selected lights up. See p.53 "Changing Modes".
If an error occurs, the indicator to the right side of the function key lights up. Press the function key to change
the display, and then follow the instructions that appear.
21. Alert indicator
Lights continuously if an error has occurred.
22. Data In indicator (printer mode)
Flashes when the machine is receiving print jobs from a computer.
23. [New Job] key
Use this key to set up the next copy job while a copy job or storing data in the Document Server is in progress.
24. Screen contrast slider
Adjusts display panel brightness.
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
Use the following procedures to adjust the angle of the control panel for easier use.
1. Position the control panel at the horizontal angle that you require.
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Control Panel
2. Position the control panel at the vertical angle that you require.
1
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1. Getting Started
Display Panel
1
The display panel shows machine status, error messages, and function menus.
• Don't 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.)
The function items displayed serve as selector keys. You can select or specify an item by lightly pressing
them.
When you select or specify an item on the display panel, it is highlighted like
appearing as
cannot be used.
. Keys
The copy display is set as the default screen when the machine is turned on.
• The display panels shown in this manual's illustrations are taken from a machine on which the multi
bypass tray, Wide LCT, multi-folding unit, and Booklet Finisher SR5040 are installed.
Simple Screen
This section explains how to switch to the simple screen.
When you press the [Simple Screen] key, the screen changes from the initial display to the simple
screen.
Letters and keys are displayed at a larger size, making operations easier.
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Display Panel
1. Press the [Simple Screen] key.
1
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This illustration shows the copier function's simplified display.
1
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1. [Key Color]
Press to increase screen contrast by changing the color of the keys.
This is available only for the simplified display.
• To return to the initial display, press the [Simple Screen] key again.
• Certain keys do not appear on the simplified display.
Changing the Display Language
You can change the language used on the display. English is set as default.
The following procedure explains switching the language from English to Spanish.
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1. Press the [Language] key.
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When the Authentication Screen is Displayed
When the Authentication Screen is Displayed
This section explains the authentication screen.
1
• Ask the user administrator for the Login User Name, Login Password, and User Code. For details
about user authentication, contact your administrator.
• User Code to enter on User Code Authentication is the numerical value registered in the Address
Book as “User Code”.
If Basic Authentication, Windows Authentication, LDAP Authentication, or Integration Server
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.
• If authentication fails, the "Authentication has failed." message appears. Check that the Login User
Name and Login Password are correct.
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].
• To log out, do one of the following:
• Press the operation switch.
• Press the [Energy Saver] key after jobs are completed.
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User Code Authentication (Using a Printer Driver)
1
When User Code Authentication is set, specify a user code in the printer driver's printing preferences
dialog box. For details, see the printer driver Help.
Login (Using the Control Panel)
This section explains the procedure for logging in to the machine when Basic Authentication, Windows
Authentication, LDAP Authentication, or Integration Server Authentication is set.
1. Press [Login].
2. Enter a Login User Name, and then press [OK].
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When the Authentication Screen is Displayed
3. Enter a Login Password, and then press [OK].
1
When the user is authenticated, the screen for the function you are using appears.
• If authentication fails, the "Authentication has failed." message appears. Check that the Login User
Name and Login Password are correct.
Logout (Using the Control Panel)
This section explains the procedure for logging out the machine when Basic Authentication, Windows
Authentication, LDAP Authentication, or Integration Server Authentication is set.
• To prevent use of the machine by unauthorized persons, always log out when you have finished
using the machine.
1. Press the [Login/Logout] key.
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1. Getting Started
2. Press [Yes].
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Login (Using Web Image Monitor)
This section explains the procedure for logging in to the machine via Web Image Monitor.
1. Start a Web browser.
2. Enter “http://(IPv4 address, IPv6 address or host name of this machine)/” in the address
bar.
3. Click [Login].
4. Enter a Login User Name and Login Password, and then click [Login].
• For User Code Authentication, enter a User Code in [Login User Name], and then click [Login].
Logout (Using Web Image Monitor)
This section explains the procedure for logging out the machine via Web Image Monitor.
1. Click [Logout] to log out.
• Delete the cache memory of a Web browser after logging out.
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Changing Modes
Changing Modes
1
Copier
Document Server
Scanner
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• You cannot switch modes in any of the following situations:
• When accessing User Tools / Inquiry
• When accessing Counter
• When accessing Tray Paper Settings
• During interrupt copying
• While scanning an original
• The copy display is set as the default screen when the machine is turned on. You can change this
default setting under Function Priority. See “System Settings”, Network and System Settings
Reference .
System Reset
After finishing a job, the machine waits a specified length of time and then restores its settings to the
default values specified under Function Priority. This function is called “System Reset”. For the procedure
for specifying default settings under Function Priority, see “System Settings”, Network and System
Settings Reference .
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1. Getting Started
To change the length of time that the machine waits before restoring its settings to their default values,
use the System Auto Reset Timer setting. See “System Settings”, Network and System Settings Reference
.
1
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Turning On/Off the Power
Turning On/Off the Power
Power connection
Confirm how much power the options draw, and then plug them into an outlet that is nearby but
separate from the outlet that the main machine is plugged into.
1
Power supply
This machine has two power switches: operation switch and main power switch.
• Operation switch (right side of the control panel)
Press to activate the machine. When the machine has finished warming up, you can make use
of each function.
• Main power switch (internal left side of the machine)
Turning off this switch makes the main power indicator on the right side of the control panel go
off. When this is done, machine power is off.
• This machine automatically enters Energy Saver mode or turns itself off if you do not use it for a
while. To specify the time that the machine waits before it enters Energy Saver mode and/or turns
itself off, configure the Energy Saver Timer and/or Auto Off Timer setting, respectively. See
“System Settings”, Network and System Settings Reference .
Turning On the Main Power
• Do not turn off the main power switch immediately after turning it on. Doing so may result in
damage to the hard disk or memory, leading to malfunctions.
• After turning off the main power switch, wait for two minutes or more before turning it on again.
1. Make sure the power cord is firmly plugged into the wall outlet.
2. Open the front left cover.
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3. Turn on the main power switch.
1
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The main power indicator goes on.
4. Close the front left cover.
• After you switch the main power on, a screen may appear to indicate that the machine is
initializing. Do not switch the power off during this process. Initialization takes about three minutes.
Turning On the Power
1. Press the operation switch.
BZY073
The operation switch indicator goes on.
• If the power does not come on when the operation switch is pressed, check the main power switch
is on. If it is off, turn it on.
Turning Off the Power
1. Make sure the ADF is in the right position.
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Turning On/Off the Power
2. Press the operation switch.
The operation switch indicator goes off.
1
BZY074
• Even if you press the operation switch, the operation switch indicator does not go out, but blinks in
the following cases:
• During communication with external equipment.
• When the hard disk is active.
• When the internal cooling fan is active.
Turning Off the Main Power
The procedure for turning off the main power varies depending on the machine's configuration. For
details, see the procedure for turning off the machine's color controller.
Saving Energy
This machine has the following energy saving functions.
Energy Saver
If you do not use the machine for a certain period after an operation, or when you press the
[Energy Saver] key, the display disappears and the machine goes into Energy Saver mode. When
you press the [Energy Saver] key again, the machine returns to the ready condition. The machine
uses less electricity in Energy Saver mode.
You can change the amount of time the machine waits before switching to Energy Saver mode after
copying has finished or the last operation is performed under Panel Off Timer.
Low power mode
If you do not use the machine for a certain period, it automatically lowers its power consumption.
When you press the [Energy Saver] key, the machine returns to ready condition.
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You can change the amount of time the machine waits before switching to the Low power mode
under Energy Saver Timer.
1
Auto Off
If the machine remains inactive for a specified period, it automatically enters the same low power
state that it enters when the operation switch is pressed (indicator unlit). This function is called “Auto
Off”.
You can change the Auto Off time under Auto Off Timer.
• See “System Settings”, Network and System Settings Reference
.
• The Energy Saver, Low power mode, and Auto Off functions will not operate in the following
cases:
• When a warning message appears
• When the service call message appears
• When paper is jammed
• When the cover is open
• When the "Add Toner" message appears
• When toner is being replenished
• When the User Tools / Inquiry screen is displayed
• When the Counter screen is displayed
• When the Tray Paper Settings screen is displayed
• When fixed warm-up is in progress
• When data is being processed
• When operations are suspended during printing
• When a recipient is being registered in the address list
• When the Data In indicator is on or blinking
• When the internal cooling fan is active
Anti-humidity Heater Switch
During winter or humid periods when there can be sudden changes in temperature and humidity, the
paper in the paper trays can absorb moisture. This may cause image quality to deteriorate.
To prevent this, the machine has two built-in anti-humidity heaters.
There are two switches for the anti-humidity heaters on the internal cover which is revealed when the tray
1 is pulled out. Turn these switches on if the humidity level becomes high and image quality is affected.
Turn the switches off at other times.
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Turning On/Off the Power
The left switch is for the paper tray heater and the right switch is for the transfer unit heater.
1
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1. Getting Started
1
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2. Adding Paper
This chapter describes recommended paper sizes and types, and how to load paper into the paper tray.
Loading Paper
2
• When loading paper, take care not to trap or injure your fingers.
• Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
• When you load paper into the paper tray for the first time or when you change the size or type of
paper in the paper tray, be sure to set the appropriate paper settings in Tray Paper Settings. For
details about Tray Paper Settings, see “Changing Tray Paper Settings”, Paper Settings Reference
.
Jams and misfeeds can occur when printing on thick glossy sheets. To prevent such problems, be sure to
fan glossy sheets thoroughly before loading them. If sheets continue to become jammed or feed in
together even after they are fanned, load them one by one from the Wide LCT.
When loading paper, set the paper direction according to its grain, as shown in the following diagram:
Direction of paper
grain
Tray 1
A3/11 × 17 tray unit,
tray 2, or the Wide LCT
Multi bypass tray
Not recommended
• Even if paper is loaded as described above, normal operations and print quality might still not be
possible, depending on the paper type.
• Prints might be noticeably curled. Flatten out prints if they are creased or curled. For details about
settings for flattening out curled paper, see “Adjustment Settings for Operators”, Network and
System Settings Reference .
• Fan the paper before loading.
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• Straighten curled or warped paper before loading.
• For details about paper sizes and types, see p.83 "Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
Loading Paper into Tray 1 (Tandem Tray)
2
• When paper loaded in the right side of tray 1 runs out, paper on the left is automatically shifted to
the right. Do not pull out tray 1 while the tray is moving paper; wait until sounds stop coming from
the tray.
• If tray 1 is closed too quickly, the paper in the tray may force the right tray's side fence to slip out of
place. If the paper misfeeds because of this, open the tray, adjust the fence, and close the tray
slowly.
• For the right stack, align the right edge of the copy paper with the right edge of the tray. For the left
stack, align the left edge of the copy paper to the left edge of the tray.
• Tray 1 can hold 81/2 × 11 paper only. If you want to print on A4 from tray 1, contact your
service representative.
1. Carefully pull out the paper tray until it stops.
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2. Square the paper and load it print side down.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
• Whole tray pulled out
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Loading Paper
2
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• Left half of the tray pulled out
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3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• You can load paper even while making copies from tray 1. You can pull out the left half of the tray
while copying is in.
• Load the same size and orientation paper in the other half of the tray.
• Each tray can hold up to 1,000 sheets of paper.
Loading Paper into the A3/11 × 17 Tray Unit
• To use the A3/11 × 17 tray unit, you must replace tray 1.
• A3/11 × 17 tray unit can hold 11 × 17 paper only. If you want to print on A3 , A4
(Japanese Industrial Standard) , 81/2 × 14 , or 81/2 × 11
, contact your service
representative.
, B4 JIS
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the right side.
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1. Carefully pull out the paper tray until it stops.
2
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2. Square the paper and load it print side down.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
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3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• The tray can hold up to 1,000 sheets of paper.
Loading Paper into Tray 2
• When loading a low number of sheets, be sure not to squeeze the side fences in too tightly. If the
paper bows, it might not feed in properly.
• 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.
• 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.
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the right side.
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Loading Paper
• When loading tab stock in tray 2, always use the optional tab sheet holder.
2
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• Load tab stock so that the side with the tab faces the tab sheet holder.
• When loading tab stock in tray 2, adjust the end fence position so that the optional tab sheet
holder will fit the tab stock.
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1. Carefully pull out the paper tray until it stops.
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2. Square the paper and load it print side down.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
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2. Adding Paper
2
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3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• If you load a paper size that is not selected automatically, you will need to specify the paper size
with the control panel. For details, see p.80 "Changing to a Size That Is Not Automatically
Detected".
• The tray can hold up to 500 sheets of paper.
• Various sizes of paper can be loaded in tray 2 by adjusting the positions of side fences and end
fence. For details, see p.74 "Changing the Paper Size in Tray 2".
Loading Paper into the Wide Large Capacity Tray
• When loading a low number of sheets, be sure not to squeeze the side fences in too tightly. If the
paper bows, it might not feed in properly.
• 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.
• 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.
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the left side.
• When setting tab stock, always use the tab fence.
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Loading Paper
2
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• When loading the Wide LCT with paper that is 100.0 139.2 mm (3.94 5.48 inches) long,
always use the special side fence.
1
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1. Special side fence
1. Carefully pull out the paper tray until it stops.
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2. Square the paper and load it print side up.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
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2
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3. Carefully push the paper tray fully in.
• The Wide LCT can hold up to 1,000 sheets of paper in tray 3 and 5, and 2,000 sheets of paper in
tray 4.
• If you load paper that cannot be automatically detected, specify its size using the control panel. For
details, see p.80 "Changing to a Size That Is Not Automatically Detected".
• The Wide LCT is identified as tray 3, tray 4, and tray 5.
• Various sizes of paper can be loaded in the Wide LCT by adjusting the positions of side fences and
end fence. For details, see p.77 "Changing the Paper Size in the Wide Large Capacity Tray".
Fanning the Paper
• If you are loading coated paper in the Wide LCT, it is important that you fan the sheets thoroughly.
Misfeeds may occur if paper is not fanned thoroughly.
1. Loosen the stack by riffling the sheets.
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Loading Paper
2. Holding its shorter ends, flex the stack back and forth to create space between the sheets.
Repeat this several times.
2
CAL087
CDL085
3. Make sure there is space between the sheets.
CAL089
Loading Paper into the Multi Bypass Tray
• When loading a low number of sheets, be sure not to squeeze the side fences in too tightly. If the
paper bows, it might not feed in properly.
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2. Adding Paper
• 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.
• Check the paper edges are aligned at the left side.
• When setting tab stock, always use the tab fence.
2
1
2
CDH030
1. Tab fence
2. End fence
1. Set the side fences to the paper size, and then square the paper and load it print side up.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
1
1
2
CDL047
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Loading Paper
2. Adjust the side fences again to ensure they properly fit the paper size.
2
CDH031
3. Set the end fence.
1
CDH035
1. End fence
To remove the end fence, slide it to the right by pressing the stopper down.
CDH010
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2. Adding Paper
4. Press the elevator switch on the multi bypass tray.
2
1
CDH011
1. Elevator switch
The lamp of the elevator switch is blinking while the tray is going up, and keeps lit when it stops.
Press the elevator switch to move down the tray if you want to either add paper or remove jammed
ones.
• The tray can hold up to 500 sheets of paper.
• If you load paper that cannot be automatically detected, specify its size using the control panel. For
details, see p.80 "Changing to a Size That Is Not Automatically Detected".
• For details about using the multi bypass tray, see “Copying from the Multi Bypass Tray (Tray 6)”,
Copy and Document Server Reference
.
• The multi bypass tray is identified as tray 6.
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 print correctly, depending on how the originals and paper are placed. Set
[Letterhead Setting] to [Yes] in [Input / Output] under [Copier / Document Server Features], and then
place the original and paper as shown below. For details about Letterhead Setting, see “Copier and
Document Server Features”, Copy and Document Server Reference
.
Original Orientation
Exposure glass
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ADF
Loading Paper
Paper Orientation
Tray 1
Tray 2 and
A3/11 17
tray unit
Wide LCT and
multi bypass tray
2
CDL049
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2. Adding Paper
Changing the Paper Size
• When loading paper, take care not to trap or injure your fingers.
2
• Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
• After changing the paper size, be sure to specify the appropriate paper size in Tray Paper Settings.
If you do not, misfeeds might occur. For details about Tray Paper Settings, see “Changing Tray
Paper Settings”, Paper Settings Reference
.
• Tray 1 can hold 81/2 × 11 paper only. If you want to print on A4 from tray 1, contact your
service representative.
• A3/11 × 17 tray unit can hold 11 × 17 paper only. If you want to print on A3 , A4
, 81/2 × 14 , or 81/2 × 11
, contact your service representative.
, B4 JIS
• Procedures for changing the paper size differ depending on the tray. Make sure you are following
the appropriate procedure before you begin.
• Fan the paper before loading.
• Straighten curled or warped paper before loading.
• For details about paper sizes and types, see p.83 "Recommended Paper Sizes and Types".
Changing the Paper Size in Tray 2
• 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.
• When loading a low number of sheets, be sure not to squeeze the side fences in too tightly. If the
paper bows, it might not feed in properly.
• Check the paper edges are aligned with the right side.
• Slide the side fences until they are aligned with the paper size, and then re-lock the side fences.
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Changing the Paper Size
1. Check that paper in the paper tray is not being used, and then pull the tray carefully out
until it stops.
2
CDL037
2. Remove paper if loaded.
3. Release the lock on the side fences.
CDL050
4. While pressing down the release lever, slide the side fences until they are aligned with the
paper size you want to load.
CDL051
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2. Adding Paper
5. While pressing down on both sides of the end fence, slide it until it is aligned with the size
of paper to you want to load.
2
CDL052
6. Square the paper and load it print side up.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
CDL038
7. Re-lock the side fences.
Make sure there are no gaps between the paper and side fences or end fence.
CDL053
8. Carefully slide the paper tray fully in.
9. Check the paper size on the display.
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Changing the Paper Size
Changing the Paper Size in the Wide Large Capacity Tray
• 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.
• When loading a low number of sheets, be sure not to squeeze the side fences in too tightly. If the
paper bows, it might not feed in properly.
2
• Check the paper edges are aligned with the left side.
1. Check that paper in the paper tray is not being used, and then pull the tray carefully out
until it stops.
CDL041
2. Remove paper if loaded.
3. Release the end fence.
2
1
CDL054
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2. Adding Paper
4. Loosen the screws holding the side fences in position.
2
CDL055
5. Load paper by aligning the paper with the left side of the paper tray.
Place paper with print side up.
Load a stack of paper about 5 10 mm (0.2 0.4 inches) high.
Make sure the paper rest on top of the supporting plates on both sides.
1
1
CDL079
1. Supporting plates
6. Take the grip of the side fences with your fingers, and adjust the side fences to the paper
size.
CDL056
7. Set the paper flush against the protrusions in the bottom of the inner side fence.
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Changing the Paper Size
8. Secure the side fences by carefully tightening the screws.
2
CDL078
9. Load additional sheets, if necessary.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark.
CDL058
10. Tightly fit the end fence to the loaded paper, and then re-lock the end fence again.
Make sure there are no gaps between the paper and end fence.
2
1
CDL059
11. Carefully slide the paper tray fully in.
12. Check the paper size on the display.
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2. Adding Paper
Changing to a Size That Is Not Automatically Detected
If you load a paper size that is not selected automatically, you need to specify the paper size with the
control panel. This section describes how to load 11 × 15 paper into tray 2 as an example.
1. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
2
CAL165
The Tray Paper Settings screen appears.
2. Select the tray number on the screen.
3. Press the [Paper Size] tab.
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Changing the Paper Size
4. Select the loaded paper size and feed direction, and then press [OK].
2
The set paper size and feed direction is displayed.
5. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
• For details about paper sizes selected automatically, see p.83 "Recommended Paper Sizes and
Types".
• If you want to print on paper that is selected automatically after printing on a paper size that is not
selected automatically, you must return the setting to “Auto Detect”. Reload the paper, and select
“Auto Detect” in step 4. The setting is returned to “Auto Detect”.
Specifying Custom Size Paper
This section describes how to specify the custom size paper.
When the custom size paper is loaded, the user must set the paper size on the control panel.
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2. Adding Paper
1. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
2
CAL165
2. Select the tray number on the screen.
3. Press the [Paper Size] tab.
4. Press [Custom Size].
5. Enter the horizontal and vertical size of paper using the number keys, and then press the
[ ] key.
6. Press [OK] twice.
7. Press the [Paper Setting] key.
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Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
• Do not use paper designed for inkjet printers, as these may stick to the fusing unit and cause a
misfeed.
• Do not use color OHP transparencies with coatings that are easily melted by heat.
• If you use damp or curled paper, a staple clogging or paper jam may occur.
2
Tray 1
Paper type and weight *1
52.3 300.0 g/m2
Paper size
Paper capacity *2, *3
81/2 × 11
1,000 sheets × 2
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*4
1,000 sheets × 2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
A4
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
Tray 1 (A3/11 × 17 tray unit) (optional)
Paper type and weight *1
52.3 300.0 g/m2
Paper size
Paper capacity *2, *3
11 × 17
1,000 sheets
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*4
1,000 sheets
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
A3 , A4
, B4 JIS , 81/2
1
× 14 , 8 /2 × 11
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*4
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
Custom size
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
1,000 sheets
Vertical: 8.27 12.00 inches
Horizontal: 8.27 17.28 inches
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2. Adding Paper
Tray 2
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*5
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
A3 , A4
, A5 , B4 JIS ,
B5 JIS
, 11 × 17 , 81/2 ×
14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 51/2 × 81/2 , 12 × 18
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*6
2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
Paper capacity *2, *3
500 sheets
500 sheets
, 81/
1
A5
4 × 14 , 8 /4 × 13
, 8 × 13 , 71/4 × 101/2
, 51/2 × 81/2 , 170 × 210
mm , 210 × 340 mm , 8K ,
16K
, 11 × 15 , 11 × 14
, 10 × 15 , 13 × 18 ,
SRA4
, SRA3
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*7
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
Custom size
500 sheets
Vertical: 5.50 13.00 inches
Horizontal: 5.50 18.00 inches
Tab Stock *8
A4 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11
200 sheets (80.0
199.0 g/m2, 21.0 lb.
Bond 110.0 lb.
Index)
Paper size
Paper capacity *2, *3
Multi bypass tray (optional)
Paper type and weight *1
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52.3 216.0 g/m2
*5
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5
A3 , A4 , A5 , A6 , B4
JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 ,
81/2 × 11
, 8 × 13 , 51/2
1
× 8 /2
, 12 × 18
500 sheets
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
52.3 216.0 g/m2
*6
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS , B6 JIS ,
81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 ,
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 ×
101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4
× 101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 ×
340 mm , 8K , 16K
, 11
× 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 ,
10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5 , 13
× 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 ,
123/5 × 181/2 13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
Paper capacity *2, *3
500 sheets
52.3 216.0 g/m2
*7
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5
Custom size
2
500 sheets
Vertical: 3.94 13.00 inches
Horizontal *9: 5.50 19.20
inches
Translucent Paper
A3 , A4
, B5 JIS
*10, *11
52.3 63.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1
OHP (Transparency) *12
A4
, 81/2 × 11
*10, *11
163.1 216.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 5
Tab Stock *13
A4 , 81/2 × 11
52.3 216.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5
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2. Adding Paper
Wide LCT (tray 3, 5) (optional)
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*5
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
A3 , A4 , A5 , B4 JIS ,
B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 11
, 8 × 13 , 51/2 × 81/2
, 12 × 18
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*6
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
A4 , A5 , A6
, B6 JIS *14,
2
Paper capacity *2, *3
1,000 sheets
1,000 sheets
*14, B5 JIS
81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 ,
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 ×
101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 ×
101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 ×
340 mm , 8K , 16K
,
11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 ×
15 , 10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18
,
SRA3 , SRA4
52.3 256.0 g/m2
*7, *14
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
Custom size
Vertical: 3.94 13.00 inches
Horizontal: 5.50 19.20 inches
Coated: Glossy
*5
Coated: Matted
A3 , A4 , A5 , B4 JIS ,
B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 11
, 8 × 13 , 51/2 × 81/2
, 12 × 18
80.1 256.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 6
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1,000 sheets
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
Coated: Glossy
*6
Coated: Matted
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS , 81/2 ×
14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
, 170
× 210 mm
, 210 × 340 mm
, 8K , 16K
,
80.1 256.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 6
Paper capacity *2, *3
2
11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 ×
15 , 10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18
,
SRA3 , SRA4
Coated: Glossy
*7
Coated: Matted
Custom size
80.1
256.0 g/m2
Vertical: 5.50 13.00 inches
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 6
Horizontal: 5.50 19.20 inches
Tab Stock *13
A4 , 81/2 × 11
52.3 256.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 6
Translucent Paper
A3 , A4
, B5 JIS
*10, *11
52.3 63.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1
OHP (Transparency) *12
A4
, 81/2 × 11
*10, *11
163.1 220.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 5
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2. Adding Paper
Wide LCT (tray 4) (optional)
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*5
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
A3 , A4 , A5 , B4 JIS ,
B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 11
, 8 × 13 , 51/2 × 81/2
, 12 × 18
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*6
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
A4 , A5 , A6
, B6 JIS *14,
2
Paper capacity *2, *3
2,000 sheets
2,000 sheets
*14, B5 JIS
81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 ,
81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 ×
101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 ×
101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 ×
340 mm , 8K , 16K
,
11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 ×
15 , 10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18
,
SRA3 , SRA4
52.3 300.0 g/m2
*7, *14
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
Custom size
Vertical: 3.94 13.00 inches
Horizontal: 5.50 19.20 inches
Coated: Glossy
*5
Coated: Matted
A3 , A4 , A5 , B4 JIS ,
B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 11
, 8 × 13 , 51/2 × 81/2
, 12 × 18
80.1 300.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 7
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2,000 sheets
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
Paper type and weight *1
Paper size
Coated: Glossy
*6
Coated: Matted
A4 , A5 , B5 JIS , 81/2 ×
14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
, 170
× 210 mm
, 210 × 340 mm
, 8K , 16K
,
80.1 300.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 7
Paper capacity *2, *3
2
11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 ×
15 , 10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18
,
SRA3 , SRA4
Coated: Glossy
*7
Coated: Matted
Custom size
80.1
300.0 g/m2
Vertical: 5.50 13.00 inches
Paper Weight 3 Paper Weight 7
Horizontal: 5.50 19.20 inches
Tab Stock *13
A4 , 81/2 × 11
52.3 300.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
Translucent Paper
A3 , A4
, B5 JIS
*10, *11
52.3 63.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1
OHP (Transparency) *12
A4
, 81/2 × 11
A4
, 81/2 × 11
*10, *11
163.1 220.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 5
Label Paper
52.3 300.0 g/m2
Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 7
*1 For details about the basis for the weights for Paper Weight 1 to 7, refer to the table titled “Paper Thickness”
in this section.
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2. Adding Paper
*2 When loading paper, make sure the stack height does not exceed the limit mark of the paper tray. See p.61
"Loading Paper".
*3 Actual paper capacity might be lower than indicated here, depending on the paper type.
*4 The paper tray fence is fixed. If you wish to change the size of paper placed in this tray, contact your service
representative.
2
*5 The paper size is detected automatically.
*6 Select the paper size using the Tray Paper Settings function. For details, see “Changing Tray Paper Settings”,
Paper Settings Reference
.
*7 If you want to copy onto custom size paper, enter the size using the Tray Paper Settings function. See
“Changing Tray Paper Settings”, Paper Settings Reference
.
*8 The optional tab sheet holder is required.
*9 For details on how to use paper that has a horizontal length of between 487.8 and 630.0 mm (19.20 and
24.80 inches), contact your service representative.
*10 It is recommended to place one sheet at a time.
*11 The maximum number of sheets you can set at once depends on the paper's thickness and condition.
*12 If you wish to copy onto OHP transparencies, select [OHP (Transparency)].
*13 The tab fence is required.
*14 The paper width of between 100.0 and 139.2 mm (3.94 and 5.48 inches) are available only when the
special side fence is utilized.
Paper Thickness*1
Paper Thickness
90
Metric
Bond paper
Cover paper
Index paper
Paper Weight 1
52.3 63.0 g/
m2
14.0 16.9 lb.
Bond
19.0 23.0 lb.
Cover
29.0 34.9 lb.
Index
Paper Weight 2
63.1 80.0 g/
m2
17.0 21.0 lb.
Bond
23.1 29.9 lb.
Cover
35.0 44.0 lb.
Index
Paper Weight 3
80.1 105.0 g/
m2
21.1 28.0 lb.
Bond
30.0 38.9 lb.
Cover
44.1 58.0 lb.
Index
Paper Weight 4
105.1 163.0
g/m2
28.1 43.0 lb.
Bond
39.0 60.0 lb.
Cover
58.1 90.0 lb.
Index
Paper Weight 5
163.1 220.0
g/m2
43.1 58.9 lb.
Bond
60.1 80.9 lb.
Cover
90.1 121.0 lb.
Index
Paper Weight 6
220.1 256.0
g/m2
59.0 68.0 lb.
Bond
81.0 94.0 lb.
Cover
121.1 141.0
lb. Index
Paper Weight 7
256.1 300.0
g/m2
68.1 80.0 lb.
Bond
94.1 110.0 lb.
Cover
141.1 165.0
lb. Index
Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
*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.
• Certain types of paper produce noise when delivered. This noise does not indicate a problem and
print quality is unaffected. (OHP transparencies can produce noise when delivered.)
• When loading paper in the paper trays 1 2, place the print side face down.
• When using the duplex function with tray 1 or tray 2, load the paper so that the odd pages of the
printout are face down.
2
• When loading paper in the multi bypass tray or the Wide LCT, place the print side face up.
• When using the duplex function with the multi bypass tray or the Wide LCT, load the paper so that
the odd pages of the printout are face up.
• When using tab stock or label paper, make sure to select the appropriate paper type under [Tray
Paper Settings]. See “Changing Tray Paper Settings”, Paper Settings Reference
.
• We recommend you load sheets of label paper one by one. This prevents them becoming jammed
inside the machine.
• You can specify whether or not the machine auto detects multi-sheet feeds in paper from every tray.
The default setting is [On]. In the [Adjustment Settings for Operators] menu, you can also specify
whether current jobs are suspended or continued when a multi-sheet feed is detected. For details
about Adjustment Settings for Operators, see “Adjustment Settings for Operators”, Network and
System Settings Reference .
• If multiple sheet feeding occurs, load sheets one by one.
• When loading 52.3 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond) paper into paper trays or loading translucent paper into
the Wide LCT or the multi bypass tray, always use long grain paper.
fiber flow
CDL066
• If you load paper of the same size and same type in two or more trays, except for the bypass tray,
the machine automatically shifts to the other tray when the tray being used runs out of paper. This
function is called Auto Tray Switching. This allows a large number of copies to be made without
having to interrupt the copy run to replenish paper. To use this function with Auto Paper Select, set
Paper Type to [Plain Paper] or [Recycled Paper] and Paper Thickness to [Paper Weight 2] or
[Paper Weight 3]. For details about Paper Type and Paper Thickness, see “Tray Paper Settings”,
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2. Adding Paper
Paper Settings Reference
. For the procedure to set the Auto Tray Switching function, see
“Copier and Document Server Features”, Copy and Document Server Reference
. For details
about how the Auto Tray Switching function works with custom paper, see “Tray Paper Settings”,
Paper Settings Reference
.
2
• When copying or printing onto letterhead paper, the paper placing orientation is different
depending on which function you are using. See p.72 "Loading Orientation-Fixed Paper or TwoSided Paper".
• When the “Paper Weight” is set to [Paper Weight 6] or [Paper Weight 7], the copy/print speed is
slower than usual.
• The paper types you can select in Tray Paper Settings are only general classifications. Print quality
for every kind of paper in a classification is not guaranteed. See p.96 "Unusable Paper" for more
information.
• If the surface of the paper is dusty, white spots might appear on prints. To remove dust, fan the
paper thoroughly.
• Flatten out curled sheets before loading them.
• The Adjust Paper Curl function might not be able to fully remove curl, depending on the type of
paper and the direction of its grain. If long grain paper does not uncurl properly, try short grain
paper instead. For details about the Adjust Paper Curl function, see “Adjustment Settings for
Operators”, Network and System Settings Reference .
OHP transparencies
• To print on OHP transparencies from the Wide LCT or the multi bypass tray, press the [Paper
Setting] key, and then set “Paper Type” to [OHP (Transparency)].
• When you load OHP transparencies, check the front and back of the sheets, and place them
correctly, or a misfeed might occur. For details, see Copy and Document Server Reference
.
• When you use OHP transparencies, fan them for each use.
• We recommend you load OHP transparencies one by one. This prevents them becoming jammed
inside the machine.
• Also, be sure to remove printed OHP transparencies one by one as they are delivered. This
prevents them sticking together.
Translucent Paper
• We recommend you load sheets of translucent paper one by one. This prevents them becoming
jammed inside the machine.
• Also, be sure to remove printed sheets of translucent paper one by one as they are delivered. This
prevents them sticking together.
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Recommended Paper Sizes and Types
Coated Paper
• If you want to use glossy paper, select “Coated: Glossy” for “Paper Type”. If you want to use matte
paper (including silk, dull, and satin paper), select “Coated: Matted” for “Paper Type”. For details
about the settings for using coated paper with custom paper, see “Registering a Custom Paper”,
.
Paper Settings Reference
• Before loading coated sheets, be sure to fan them thoroughly.
2
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2. Adding Paper
Envelopes
This section describes loading envelopes.
2
• Misfeeds might occur depending on the length and shape of the flaps.
• Only envelopes that are at least 139.7 mm (5.5 inches) wide can be loaded in the Wide LCT.
To print on envelopes, load them into the Wide LCT, and be sure to specify the appropriate paper type.
To load envelopes in the Wide LCT, be sure to unfold their flaps and set them in the
print side face up.
orientation with
CDL070
If you are copying onto side-opening envelopes, be sure to unfold their flaps and set them in the
orientation with print side face up. Flaps must be at the right side of the Wide LCT.
CDL081
• Be sure to specify the size of the envelope and flap size in Tray Paper Settings. For details, see
p.81 "Specifying Custom Size Paper".
• For details about the types of envelopes supported, consult your sales representative.
• When using envelopes, set “Paper Thickness” in “Tray Paper Settings” to the same value as two
sheets of the paper used for the envelopes.
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Envelopes
• Before loading envelopes, place them on a flat table or desk and press down on them to release
excess air and flatten them out. When loading envelopes, make sure they do not go over the limit
mark.
• Place one envelope at a time on the Wide LCT if you still get any of the following results:
• The envelope jams
• The envelope is not fed
• Multiple envelopes are fed at the same time
2
• Humidity levels of over 50% can cause envelopes to come out creased or misprinted.
• Certain types of envelopes might come out creased, dirtied, or misprinted. If you are printing a
solid color or image on an envelope, lines may appear where the overlapped edges of the
envelope make it thicker.
• If the horizontal size of the envelope is 297 mm (11.7 inches) or less, a paper misfeed might occur.
If this happens, turn off Skew Detection. For details, see “Adjustment Settings for Operators”,
Network and System Settings Reference.
• When printing on envelopes thicker than 127.0 g/m2 (47.0 lb. Cover), do not use Adjust Curl:
Strong or Adjust Curl: Strong for Adjust Paper Curl of Adjustment Settings for Operators.
• Keep envelopes stored in sealed plastic bags and remove only the quantity needed. Do not add
envelopes during printing, as this might cause misfeeds.
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Unusable Paper
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• Do not attempt to print on stapled sheets, aluminum foil, carbon paper, or any kind of
conductive paper. Doing so risks fire.
• To prevent faults, do not use any of the following kinds of treated paper:
• Paper for inkjet printers
• Thermal fax paper
• Art paper
• Aluminum foil
• Carbon paper
• Conductive paper
• Paper with perforated lines
• Hemmed-edge paper
• Color OHP transparencies with easily melted coatings
• Faults can occur if you copy or print onto sides that are already printed. Take care to copy or print
onto unprinted sides only.
• Do not load sheets that have already been printed onto by another machine.
• To prevent misfeeds, do not use the following kinds of paper:
• Bent, folded, or creased paper
• Torn paper
• Rough paper
• Paper with a dusty surface
• Even supported types of paper may cause paper jams or malfunctions if the paper is not in good
condition.
• If you copy or print onto rough grain paper, the output image might be blurred.
• Some kinds of colored paper cannot be used depending on the color of the paper. For details,
contact your local dealer or service representative.
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Paper Storage
Paper Storage
• When storing paper, the following precautions should always be followed:
• Do not store paper where it will be exposed to direct sunlight.
• 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%.
• Store on a flat surface.
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• Do not store paper vertically.
• Under high temperature and humidity conditions, or low temperature and humidity conditions, store
paper in plastic bags.
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3. Adding Toner and Staples
This chapter explains how to replenish toner and staples when they run out.
Adding Toner
• Do not incinerate toner (new or used) or toner containers. Doing so risks burns. Toner will ignite
on contact with naked flame.
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• 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.
• Keep the polythene materials (bags, gloves, 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.
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• 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.
• Always add toner when the machine instructs you.
• Fault may occur if you use toner other than the recommended type.
• When adding toner, do not turn off the operation switch. If you do, settings will be lost.
• Store toner where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, temperatures above 35 °C, or high
humidity.
• Store toner on a flat surface.
• If the messages "Toner Cartridge is almost empty." and "Check toner cartridge replacement(s)."
appear cyclically, the toner has almost run out. Have a replacement toner cartridge at hand.
• If appears when there is still toner in the cartridge, hold the cartridge with the opening upward,
shake it well, and then reinstall it.
• You can check the name of the required toner and the replacement procedure using the " Add
Toner" screen.
• Press [System Status] to check contact number where you can order supplies. See “Checking
Machine Status and Settings”, Troubleshooting
.
• You can add all four color toners in the same way.
Replacing Toner
• Do not shake the toner cartridge with its mouth down after removing it. Residual toner may scatter.
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Adding Toner
• Do not repeatedly install and remove toner cartridges. This will result in toner leakage.
. Open the front upper
right cover.
. Slide the lever
. Pull out the toner
cartridge carefully.
. Take the new toner
. Hold both ends of the
cartridge out of its
box.
toner cartridge firmly.
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located at the left
side of the toner
cartridge to the left.
. Shake the toner
cartridge 5 to 6 times.
. Insert the new toner
cartridge.
. Push the new toner
cartridge in until the
lever clicks.
. Close the front upper
right cover.
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Sending 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 scanned documents.
1. Make sure the machine is in scanner mode.
2. Press [Exit], and then perform transmission operation.
The error message disappears.
• If the scanner screen does not appear in step 1, press the [Scanner] key.
Used Toner
Toner cannot be reused.
Bring the stored used container to your sales representative or service representative for recycling
through our recycling system. If you discard it on your own, treat it as general plastic waste material.
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Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle
• Do not incinerate toner (new or used) or toner containers. Doing so risks burns. Toner will ignite
on contact with naked flame.
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• 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 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.
• 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.
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Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle
• 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.
• Waste toner bottles cannot be reused.
• Before removing the waste toner bottle from the machine, spread paper or some other material
around the area to keep toner from dirtying your workspace.
Replace the waste toner bottle if "Waste Toner Bottle is full. Replace Waste Toner Bottle." appears on
the display.
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When the " Waste Toner Bottle is almost full." appears on the display, the waste toner bottle should be
replaced soon. Prepare a new waste toner bottle.
1. Open the front lower left cover slowly.
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2. Carefully pull out the waste toner bottle horizontally.
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3. Use the cap which is attached to the waste toner bottle to seal its contents.
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Ask your local dealer or service representative to collect the used waste toner bottle.
4. Take the new waste toner bottle out of the box.
5. Insert the waste toner bottle into the machine carefully.
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6. When the waste toner bottle is inserted to the handle area, push the front side of the
waste toner bottle to fully insert it into the machine.
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Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle
7. Carefully close the front lower left cover.
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3. Adding Toner and Staples
Adding Staples
• Keep your hands clear of the booklet finisher tray when removing misfed paper, pulling out or
pushing in the finisher's staple unit. You can trap and injure your fingers if you do not.
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• Stapling failures or jams may occur if you use a staple cartridge other than that recommended.
• If you cannot pull out the upper unit, there are staples remaining inside the cartridge. Use all the
staples, and do not add more.
• Refill the stapler according to the finisher type. Check the type if you are unsure. For details about
type of finisher, see p.40 "Options".
Adding Staples to Finisher SR5030 and Booklet Finisher SR5040
Open the finisher
front cover.
Pull handle Rb18,
and then pull out
the staple unit.
Turn knob Rb19
counterclockwise
to rotate the staple unit.
Pull out the cartridge
lever.
Pull out the cartridge
gently.
Push the new refill
into the cartridge until
it clicks.
Hold the lever, and
then push in the
cartridge.
Push in the cartridge
until it clicks.
Return the staple unit
to its original position.
Close the finisher
front cover.
Remove the empty
refill in the direction
of the arrow.
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Adding Staples to Booklet Finisher SR5040 (Saddle Stitch)
Open the finisher front cover.
Pull out the staple unit.
Raise the levers.
Pull out the cartridges gently.
Hold both sides of the cartridge,
and then raise the upper unit.
Remove the empty refill in the
direction of the arrow.
Push in the new staples until
the arrows are aligned.
Push down the upper unit into
the cartridge gently.
Hold the levers, and then push
in the cartridges.
Push in the cartridges until they
click, and then lower the levers.
Return the staple unit to its
original position.
Close the finisher front cover.
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4. Entering Text
This chapter describes how to enter characters.
Entering Text
When you enter a character, it appears at the position of the cursor. If there is a character already at the
cursor position, the entered character appears before that.
Available Characters
You can enter the following characters:
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• Alphabetic characters
• Symbols
• Numerals
0123456789
Keys
You can change the entry screen using the keys below.
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• When entering uppercase or lowercase letters continuously, use [Shift Lock] to lock the case.
How to Enter Text
This section explains text entry more specifically.
Entering letters
1. Press [Shift] to switch between uppercase and lowercase.
2. Press the letters you want to enter.
Entering numbers
1. Press numbers you want to enter.
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Entering Text
• You can also use the number keys to enter numbers, regardless of mode.
Deleting characters
1. Press [Backspace] or [Delete All] to delete characters.
Adding user text
You can select and use a User Text that is registered in [Program / Change / Delete User Text].
For the registration procedure under Program / Change / Delete User Text, see “System Settings”,
Network and System Settings Reference .
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1. Press [User Text].
2. Select the User Text you want to use.
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5. On-screen Operating Instructions
This chapter describes the on-screen operating instructions of this machine. The on-screen operating
instructions are included in the supplied manual CD-ROMs.
Formats of the Operating Instructions
The operating instructions of this machine are provided in the following formats:
• Printed manuals
• HTML manuals
• PDF manuals
The printed and electronic versions of a manual have the same contents. For details about the contents of
each manual, see p.6 "Manuals for This Machine". The various manuals are available in different
formats. For details about availability, see p.8 "Manuals List".
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Reading the HTML Manuals on the CD-ROMs
1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
2. Click [Read HTML manuals].
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3. Click the title of manual you want to read.
• Recommended browsers:
• Internet Explorer 6 or later
• Firefox 3.5 or later
• Safari 4.0 or later
• Non-recommended browsers can display the simplified manual only.
• If you are using an earlier or non-recommended browser and the simplified version of the
documentation does not appear automatically, open index.htm, which can be found in the
following folder on the CD-ROM: MANUAL_HTML\LANG\(language)\(manual)\unv
• Depending on your computer's operating environment, the HTML manual you select will be one of
the following:
• Standard version
• Simplified version
• If you want to read the HTML manuals on a Macintosh, insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive,
and then click [Read HTML manuals].
• If JavaScript is disabled or unavailable in your browser, you will not be able to search or use
certain buttons in the HTML documentation.
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Installing and Opening the HTML Manuals
Installing and Opening the HTML Manuals
For your convenience, we recommend you install these manuals on your computer.
1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
2. Click [Install manuals].
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3. Install the HTML manuals by following the on-screen instructions.
4. When the installation is complete, click [Finish].
5. Click [Exit].
6. Open the HTML manuals that you installed.
To open the manuals from an icon, double-click the icon on the desktop. To open the manuals from
the [Start] menu, point to [All Programs] (Windows 2000: [Programs]), and then [Product Name].
7. Click the title of the manual you want to read.
• You need administrator permissions to install the manuals. Log in as an Administrators group
member.
• The system requirements for installing the manuals are as follows:
• Operating system: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Windows Server 2003/2003
R2/2008/2008 R2
• Minimum display resolution: 800 × 600 pixels
• Hyperlinks might not work and referenced sections might not appear unless all the HTML manuals
have been installed. To display referenced sections, be sure to install all the HTML manuals.
• If you cannot install a manual, copy the “MANUAL_HTML” folder to your computer's hard drive,
and then run “setup.exe”.
• To delete an installed manual, on the [Start] menu, click [All Programs] (Windows 2000:
[Programs]), then [Product Name], and then uninstall the data.
• Depending on the settings made during installation, menu folder names may differ.
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Reading the PDF Manuals on the CD-ROMs
File path
The manuals are included in the following folder on the CD-ROM:
MANUAL_PDF\(language)
1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
2. Click [Read PDF manuals].
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3. Click the title of the manual you want to read.
• To view the PDF manuals, you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader installed on
your computer.
• If you want to read the PDF manuals on a Macintosh, insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive,
and then click [Read PDF manuals].
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6. Remarks
This chapter describes how to maintain and operate the machine.
Dos and Don'ts
The following items should be followed during use of this machine.
• Do not use flammable sprays or solvents in the vicinity of this machine. Doing so could result in
fire or electric shock.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine. While moving the
machine, take care that the power cord is not damaged under the machine. Failing to take these
precautions could result in fire or electric shock.
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• Do not turn the power off while the operation switch indicator is lit or blinking. Doing so may
damage the hard disk.
• Before unplugging the power cord or turning off the main power switch, make sure remaining
memory space is at 100%, as shown on the screen. See p.55 "Turning On/Off the Power".
• Do not touch areas on or around the fusing unit. These areas get hot.
• After scanning originals continuously, the exposure glass may become warm - this is not a
malfunction.
• The area around the ventilation holes might feel warm. This is caused by exhaust air and is not a
malfunction.
• If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, condensation may form inside it. After
moving the machine, do not use it for at least an hour. The machine requires this time to adapt to its
new environment.
• The machine will malfunction if its internal temperature becomes too high. Be sure not to block the
intake and exhaust vents.
• Do not turn off the power while the machine is in operation. See p.55 "Turning On/Off the Power".
• Do not open the covers of the machine when it is in operation. If you do, misfeeds might occur.
• Do not move or tilt the machine when the power is on.
• Do not allow small objects such as paper clips to fall into or become stuck inside the machine.
• Do not knock the machine while it is operating (for instance, do not use the machine's surfaces to
knock stacks of paper into square).
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• Depending on the ambient temperature and humidity, steam may come from the exhaust vent
behind the control panel during printing. This is water vapor from the paper, not a sign of
malfunction.
• If condensation forms inside the machine as a result of temperature change, the machine may not
print properly. To minimize this problem, use the optional anti-condensation heaters.
• Be sure to make a note of the registered machine settings in case they are lost due to accident or
malfunction.
• The manufacturer shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from a failure of the machine,
loss of settings, or use of the machine.
Ventilation
When you use this machine in a confined space without good ventilation for a long time or print
large quantities, you might detect an odd smell.
This might cause the output paper to also have an odd smell.
When you detect an odd smell, regularly ventilate in order to keep the workplace comfortable.
• Set up the machine so that it does not directly ventilate towards people.
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• Ventilation should be more than 30 m3/hr/person.
New machine smell
When a machine is new, it might have a unique smell. This smell will subside in about one week.
When you detect an odd smell, sufficiently ventilate and circulate the air in the room.
Saving Color Copies
This section explains notes on saving color copies.
• Like most prints, color prints will fade if exposed to strong light or dampness and humidity for
lengthy periods. Preserve the quality of your copies by storing them in a binder in a dark, dry
place.
• Toner may melt if a print and a half-dried print are put on top of each other.
• Toner may also melt when using solvent type adhesive agents for pasting prints.
• When folding prints, toner in the folds will come off.
• Toner may melt if it is placed on mats made of chlorinated plastic in locations of high temperature
for long periods of time.
• Toner may melt if prints are placed in places of extremely high temperatures, such as near heaters.
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Where to Put Your Machine
This section describes precautions for installation and movement.
Machine Environment
Choose your machine's location carefully.
Environmental conditions greatly affect its performance.
Moving
• Contact your service representative if you need to lift the machine (such as when relocating it to
another floor). Do not attempt to lift the machine without the assistance of your service
representative. The machine will be damaged if it topples or is dropped, resulting in malfunction
and risk of injury to users.
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• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you move the machine. While moving the
machine, take care that the power cord is not damaged under the machine. Failing to take these
precautions could result in fire or electric shock.
• After you move the machine, use the caster fixture to fix it in place. Otherwise the machine might
move or come down to cause an injury.
• Be careful when moving the machine. Take the following precautions:
• Turn off the main power. For details about how to turn the main power off, see p.55 "Turning
On/Off the Power".
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. When you pull out the plug from the socket, grip
the plug to avoid damaging the cord, thereby reducing the risk of fire or electric shock.
• Close all covers and trays, including the front cover.
• Keep the machine level and carry it carefully, taking care not to jolt or tip it. Rough handling
may cause a malfunction or damage the hard disk or memory, resulting in loss of stored files.
• Protect the machine from strong shocks. Impact can damage the hard disk and cause stored
files to be lost. As a precautionary measure, files should be copied to another computer.
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Optimum environmental conditions
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. Otherwise a fire or an electric shock might
occur.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples over, an injury might
occur.
• After you move the machine, use the caster fixture to fix it in place. Otherwise the machine might
move or come down to cause an injury.
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• Make sure the room where you are using the machine is well ventilated and spacious. Good
ventilation is especially important when the machine is used heavily.
• Keep the machine away from salt-bearing air and corrosive gases. Also, do not install the
machine in places where chemical reactions are likely (laboratories, etc.), as doing so will
cause the machine to malfunction.
• Temperature: 10 32 °C (50 89.6 °F) (humidity to be 54% at 32 °C, 89.6 °F)
• Humidity: 15 80% (temperature to be 27 °C, 80.6 °F at 80%)
• A strong and level base.
• The machine must be level within 5 mm, 0.2 inches: both front to rear and left to right.
Environments to avoid
• Locations exposed to direct sunlight or other sources of strong light (more than 1,500 lux).
• Locations directly exposed to cool air from an air conditioner or heated air from a heater. (Sudden
temperature changes can cause condensation to form inside the machine.)
• Locations close to machines generating ammonia, such as a diazo copy machine.
• Places where the machine is subject to frequent strong vibration.
• Places where the machine is exposed to dampness or wet weather, such as rain and snow.
• Dusty areas.
• Areas with corrosive gases.
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Access to the machine
Place the machine near the power source, providing the clearance areas shown.
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1. Rear: 80 cm (31.5 inches) or more
2. Right: 100 cm (39.4 inches) or more
3. Front: 100 cm (39.4 inches) or more
4. Left: 100 cm (39.4 inches) or more
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• For the required space when options are installed, contact your service representative.
Power Connection
• Do not use any power sources other than those that match the specifications shown in this
manual. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use any frequencies other than those that match the specifications shown. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use multi-socket adaptors. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not use extension cords. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
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• Do not use power cords that are damaged, broken, or modified. Also, do not use power cords
that have been trapped under heavy objects, pulled hard, or bent severely. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
• Touching the prongs of the power cable's plug with anything metallic constitutes a fire and
electric shock hazard.
• The power cord that comes with the optional equipment is for use with that equipment only. Do
not use it with other appliances. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
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• It is dangerous to handle the power cord plug with wet hands. Doing so could result in electric
shock.
• Disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug, not the cable) if the power cable or plug
becomes frayed or otherwise damaged.
• If the power cord is damaged (exposure of the core, disconnection, etc.), contact your service
representative to change a new one. Operating the machine with a damaged power cord may
cause an electric shock or fire.
• When this machine's circuit breaker is set to "Off", do not switch it to "On". Doing so could result
in electric shock, fire, smoke, or tripping of the room's breakers.
• Be sure to push the plug of the power cord fully into the wall outlet. Partially inserted plugs
create an unstable connection that can result in unsafe buildup of heat.
• If this machine is not going to be used for several days or longer at a time, disconnect its power
cord from the wall outlet.
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• 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.
• Be sure to disconnect the plug from the wall outlet and clean the prongs and the area around
the prongs at least once a year. Allowing dust to build up on the plug constitutes a fire hazard.
• When performing maintenance on the machine, always disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet.
• Make sure the plug is inserted firmly in the wall outlet.
• Voltage must not fluctuate by more than 10%.
• Power Source
208 240 V, 20 A or more, 50/60 Hz
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Please be sure to connect the power cord to a power source as above.
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Maintaining Your Machine
If the exposure glass or scanning glass is dirty, copy clarity may be reduced. Clean these parts if they
are dirty.
• When performing maintenance on the machine, always disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet.
• Do not use chemical cleaners or organic solvents, such as thinner or benzene. If such substances
get inside the machine or melt plastic parts, a failure might occur.
• Do not clean parts other than those explicitly specified in this manual. Other parts should only be
cleaned by your service representative.
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Cleaning the Machine
This section describes how to clean the machine.
Wipe the machine with a soft, dry cloth. If this does not remove the dirt, wipe the machine with a damp
and tightly wrung cloth. If a damp cloth still does not remove the dirt, try using a mild detergent. Wipe
the machine with a dry cloth to remove the moisture, after using a damp cloth.
Cleaning the Exposure Glass
1. Wipe the exposure glass and the scanning glass.
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2. Exposure glass
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Maintaining Your Machine
Cleaning the Auto Document Feeder
1. Wipe the sheet and guide plate of the ADF.
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1. Sheet
2. Guide plate
Cleaning the Power Cord Plug
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• Be sure to disconnect the plug from the wall outlet and clean the prongs and the area around
the prongs at least once a year. Allowing dust to build up on the plug constitutes a fire hazard.
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Backing Up Hard Disk Data
You can store data such as images and Address Book information on the machine's hard disk.
This section describes how to back up or download this data.
• If the machine's hard disk fails, data stored on it, including Address Book information might be lost.
For this reason, do not save important data on the machine's hard disk without backing it up or
downloading it. We also recommend backing up fonts, forms, and any other downloaded
resources that are stored on the hard disk. The manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting
from lost data.
• You can use Web Image Monitor to back up the machine's Address Book. For details about Web
Image Monitor, see the Help for Web Image Monitor.
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• You can use Web Image Monitor to download data stored on the Document Server to your
computer. For details about how to do this, see “Downloading Stored Documents with Web Image
Monitor”, Copy and Document Server Reference
, or the Help for Web Image Monitor.
Counter
Counter
You can display the total counter value used for all functions.
1. Press the [Counter] key.
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2. To print a counter list, press [Print Counter List].
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3. Press the [Start] key.
4. Press [Exit].
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Inquiry
The Inquiry function lets you check the telephone numbers to contact for repairs, or ordering
consumables such as toner.
Be sure to contact your service engineer to verify the following:
Supplies
• Telephone No. to order
• Toner
• Staple
• Staple (Booklet)
Machine Maintenance/Repair
• Telephone No.
• Serial No. of Machine
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Sales Representative
• Telephone No.
1. Press the [User Tools] key.
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2. Press [Inquiry].
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Inquiry
3. Press [Print Inquiry List].
4. Press the [Start] key.
5. Press [Exit] twice.
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Checking the Earth Leakage Breaker
• When this machine's circuit breaker is set to "Off", do not switch it to "On". Doing so could result
in electric shock, fire, smoke, or tripping of the room's breakers.
• If the earth leakage breaker is not functioning normally, contact your sales or service
representative.
An earth leakage breaker is installed on this machine. For details about where the breaker is located,
see p.37 "Guide to Components".
Once a year, check that the earth leakage breaker functions properly. Normally, the breaker is in the
On position.
1. Press the operation switch to turn off the power.
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2. Turn off the main power.
3. Using a ballpoint pen or similar pointed object, press in the earth leakage breaker's test
button.
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4. Check that the earth leakage breaker moves to the Off position.
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5. Return the earth leakage breaker to the On position.
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6. Turn on the main power.
• If the machine does not start up when you turn its main power switch back on, check whether the
earth leakage breaker is in the Off position. If the breaker is in the Off position, contact your sales
or service representative. Do not reset the earth leakage breaker yourself.
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7. Appendix
This chapter describes the provided software CD-ROM, and specifications.
Software Included on the CD-ROM
This section explains the software CD-ROM provided with this machine.
Viewing the Contents of the CD-ROM
1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
2. Select a language, and then click [OK].
3. Click [Browse This CD-ROM].
Explorer starts and displays the contents of the CD-ROM.
TWAIN Driver
This section describes the file path and system requirements of the TWAIN driver.
This driver is required to scan an original using a scanner. To use the machine as a network TWAIN
scanner, this driver must be installed.
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File path
The driver is included in the following folder on the CD-ROM:
\DRIVERS\TWAIN
System requirements
• Hardware
PC/AT-compatible machines that support the following operating system properly
• Operating system
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Windows Server 2003/2003 R2/2008
• Display resolution
800 × 600 pixels, 256 colors or higher
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Specifications for the Main Unit
Configuration:
Console
Photosensitivity type:
OPC drum
Original scanning:
CCD Image Sensor
Copy process:
Laser beam scanning and electro-photographic printing
4 drums tandem method
Development:
Dry two-component magnetic brush development system
Fusing:
Oilless belt fusing
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Resolution:
• Scanning originals: 100 dpi/150 dpi/200 dpi/300 dpi/400 dpi/600 dpi
• Copying: 1200 dpi
• Printing: 600 dpi/1200 dpi
Exposure glass:
Stationary original exposure type
Original reference position:
Rear left corner
Warm-up time (23°C (73°F), rated voltage):
300 seconds or less
Originals:
Sheet/book/objects
Maximum original size:
A3 , 11 × 17
Paper size:
• Tray 1: 81/2 × 11 , A4
If you want to load A4 into tray 1, contact your service representative.
• Tray 2:
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Specifications for the Main Unit
A3 , A4
, A5
, B4 JIS , B5 JIS
,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
1
1
1
1
, 7 /4 × 10 /2
, 5 /2 × 8 /2
, 170 × 210 mm , 210 × 340 mm ,
8K , 16K
, 12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 13 × 18 , SRA3 , SRA4
• Tray 2 (custom size):
Vertical: 139.7 330.2 mm (5.50 13.00 inches)
Horizontal: 139.7 457.2 mm (5.50 18.00 inches)
• Duplex:
A3 , A4
, A5 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS ,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
1
1
1
1
, 7 /4 × 10 /2 , 5 /2 × 8 /2 , 210 × 340 mm ,
8K , 16K , 12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 13 × 18 , SRA3 , SRA4
• Duplex (custom size):
Vertical: 139.7 330.2 mm (5.50 13.00 inches)
Horizontal: 210.0 487.7 mm (8.27 19.20 inches)
Paper weight:
• Tray 1: 52.3 300.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 165.0 lb. Index)
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• Tray 2: 52.3 256.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 141.0 lb. Index)
• Duplex: 60.0 256.0 g/m2 (16.0 lb. Bond 141.0 lb. Index)
Missing image area (Copier):
• Leading edge: 4.0 ± 0.5 mm (0.16 ± 0.02 inches)
• Trailing edge: 4.0 ± 1.0 mm (0.16 ± 0.04 inches)
• Left and right edges: 2.0 ± 1.5 mm (0.08 ± 0.06 inches)
For paper that is 100.0 g/m2 (26.7 lb. Bond) or lighter, specify that the missing lead image area is
5.0 mm (0.2 inches). For details, consult the administrator or contact your service representative.
First copy/print time:
• Full Color: 11 seconds or less
• B&W: 11 seconds or less
(A4 , 81/2 × 11 , feeding from tray 1, face up, plain paper, one-sided, original placed on the
exposure glass)
Copy/print speed (Full Color / B&W):
• Type 1:
• 65 sheets/minute (A4 , 81/2 × 11 , Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5)
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• 45 sheets/minute (A4 , 81/2 × 11 , Paper Weight 6 Paper Weight 7)
• Type 2:
• 75 sheets/minute (A4 , 81/2 × 11 , Paper Weight 1 Paper Weight 5)
• 52 sheets/minute (A4 , 81/2 × 11 , Paper Weight 6 Paper Weight 7)
Reproduction ratio:
• Preset reproduction ratios:
• Enlargement: 400%, 200%, 155%, 129%, 121%
• Full size: 100%
• Reduction: 93%, 85%, 78%, 73%, 65%, 50%, 25%
• Zoom: From 25 to 400% in increments of 1%
Maximum continuous copy run:
9,999 sheets
Paper capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Tray 1: 1,000 sheets
• Tray 2: 500 sheets
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Power requirements:
208 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 16 A
Power consumption:
• Main unit only
Type 1
Type 2
Stand-by
About 500 W
About 500 W
During printing
About 1,800 W
About 1,900 W
Maximum
About 3,300 W
About 3,300 W
• Complete system
Type 1
Maximum
About 3,300 W
Type 2
About 3,300 W
The complete system consists of the main unit, Wide LCT, multi bypass tray, multi-folding unit,
and Booklet Finisher SR5040.
Dimensions (W × D × H up to the ADF (excluding the control panel and the attention light)):
1,320 × 910 × 1,230 mm (52.0 × 35.9 × 48.5 inches)
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Specifications for the Main Unit
Space for main unit (W × D):
1,320 × 910 mm (52.0 × 35.9 inches)
Noise emission:
• Sound power level:
• Main unit only
Type 1
Type 2
Stand-by
52.5 dB (A) or less
52.5 dB (A) or less
Copying
72.0 dB (A) or less
72.0 dB (A) or less
• Complete system
Type 1
Type 2
Stand-by
52.5 dB (A) or less
52.5 dB (A) or less
Copying
76.0 dB (A) or less
76.0 dB (A) or less
• Sound pressure level:
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• Main unit only
Type 1
Type 2
Stand-by
46.5 dB (A) or less
49.5 dB (A) or less
Copying
66.0 dB (A) or less
66.0 dB (A) or less
• Complete system
Type 1
Type 2
Stand-by
46.5 dB (A) or less
49.5 dB (A) or less
Copying
70.0 dB (A) or less
70.0 dB (A) or less
• Sound power level and sound pressure level are actual values measured in
accordance with ISO 7779.
• Sound pressure level is measured from the position of the bystander.
• The complete system consists of the main unit, Wide LCT, multi bypass tray, and
Booklet Finisher SR5040.
Weight:
580 kg (1278.7 lb.) or less
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Auto Document Feeder
Mode:
Batch mode, SADF mode, Mixed Sizes mode, Custom Size originals mode
Original size:
• A3
B6 JIS
• A3
A5
, 11 × 17
, 11 × 17
51/2 × 81/2
51/2 × 81/2
(1-sided originals)
(2-sided originals)
Original weight:
• 1-sided originals: 40.0 128.0 g/m2 (10.7 lb. Bond 47.1 lb. Cover)
• 2-sided originals: 52.0 128.0 g/m2 (13.9 lb. Bond 47.1 lb. Cover)
Number of originals to be set:
100 sheets (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond)
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Document Server
HDD (Document Server):
Approx. 170 GB
Maximum: 15,000 pages
(Total number of pages that can be accommodated stored with all functions combined)
Copier/B&W/A4 original: Approx. 15,000 pages
Copier/Full Color/A4 original: Approx. 5,000 pages
Scanner/Full Color/A4/200 dpi, 8 bits/JPEG: Approx. 15,000 pages
(Under the scanner function, the number of the pages that can be stored depends on the original.)
Maximum number of stored documents:
3,000 documents
Number of pages supported by memory sorting:
Copier/B&W/A4 original: Approx. 5,000 pages
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Specifications for Finisher SR5030 (Optional)
Specifications for Finisher SR5030 (Optional)
Finisher Upper Tray
Paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
A3 , A4
, A5
, A6 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS ,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 51/2 × 81/2
182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 × 340 mm , 8K , 16K
12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
,
, 13 × 191/5
,
, 13 × 19 ,
, custom size
• With Z-fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18
Paper weight:
• Without Z-fold:
52.3
216.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond
80.0 lb. Cover)
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• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Stack capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Z-fold:
• 250 sheets: A4
, 81/2 × 11
• 50 sheets: B4 JIS
, 81/
or smaller
2 × 14
or larger
• 30 sheets: B4 JIS , 81/2 × 14
or larger
• With Z-fold:
• 20 sheets: A4
, 81/
2 × 11
or smaller
Finisher Shift Tray
Paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
A3 , A4
, A5
, B4 JIS , B5 JIS
,
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11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 51/2 × 81/2
,
182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 × 340 mm , 8K , 16K
12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 13 × 191/5
,
, 13 × 19 ,
, custom size
• With Z-fold:
A3 , B4 JIS , A4 , 12 × 18 , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K
Paper weight:
• Without Z-fold:
52.3 300.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 165.0 lb. Index)
• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Stack capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Z-fold:
• 3,000 sheets: A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11
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• 1,500 sheets: A3 , B4 JIS , A4 , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 ,
SRA4
• 1,000 sheets: 12 × 18 , 13 × 191/5 , SRA3 , 13 × 18 , 123/5 × 181/2 ,
123/5 × 191/5 , 13 × 19
• 500 sheets: A5 , 51/2 × 81/2
• 100 sheets: A5 , 51/2 × 81/2
• With Z-fold:
30 sheets
Staple paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
A3 , B4 JIS , A4
, B5 JIS
,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 182 × 210 mm
8K , 16K
,
11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
• With Z-fold:
A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17
Staple paper weight:
• Without Z-fold:
140
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
, 210 × 340 mm ,
Specifications for Finisher SR5030 (Optional)
63.1 220.0 g/m2 (17.0 lb. Bond 80.9 lb. Cover)
• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Staple capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Z-fold:
• 50 sheets:
A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8
× 13 , 210 × 340 mm , 8K , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
• 100 sheets:
A4
, B5 JIS
182 × 210 mm
, 81/2 × 11
, 16K
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
,
For paper between 90.1 g/m2 (24.1 lb. Bond) and 220.0 g/m2 (80.9 lb. Cover), the staple
capacity is one-third that of 80.0 g/m2 (20.0 lb. Bond) paper.
• With Z-fold:
10 sheets
Stack capacity after stapling (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Mixed Size and Z-fold:
• 2 9 sheets: 150 sets (A3 , A4
81/2 × 11
)
, B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 ,
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• 10 19 sheets: 200 105 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 20 100 sheets: 150 30 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 10 100 sheets: 150 15 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 10 50 sheets: 150 30 sets (A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 )
• With Mixed Size:
• 2 50 sheets: 30 sets (A3 /A4 , B4 JIS / B5 JIS , 11 × 17 / 81/2 × 11 , 8K
/16K )
• With Z-fold:
• 1 10 sheets: 30 3 sets (A3 Z-folded paper with A4, B4 JIS Z-folded paper with B5
JIS, 11 × 17 Z-folded paper with 81/2 × 11)
Staple position:
7 positions (Top 1, Left 2, Top 2, Bottom 1, Slant, Top Right 1, Right 2)
Power requirements:
120 V, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 A
Power consumption:
Maximum 250 W (A separate power source is required.)
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Dimensions (W × D × H):
996 × 730 × 1,126 mm (39.3 × 28.8 × 44.4 inches)
Weight:
112 kg (247.0 lb.) or less
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Specifications for Booklet Finisher SR5040 (Optional)
Specifications for Booklet Finisher SR5040
(Optional)
Finisher Upper Tray
Paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
A3 , A4
, A5
, A6 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS ,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
, 51/2 × 81/2
182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
, 210 × 340 mm , 8K , 16K
12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
,
, 13 × 191/5
,
, 13 × 19 ,
, custom size
• With Z-fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18
Paper weight:
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• Without Z-fold:
52.3 216.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 80.0 lb. Cover)
• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Stack capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Z-fold:
• 250 sheets: A4
, 81/2 × 11
• 50 sheets: B4 JIS
, 81/
or smaller
2 × 14
or larger
• 30 sheets: B4 JIS , 81/2 × 14
or larger
• With Z-fold:
• 20 sheets: A4
, 81/
2 × 11
or smaller
Finisher Shift Tray
Paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
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A3 , B4 JIS , A4
, A5
, B5 JIS
,
12 × 18 , 11 × 17 , 11 × 15 , 10 × 14 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/4 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 ,
81/2 × 11
, 51/2 × 81/2
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4
1
× 10 /2
, 8K , 16K
,
182 × 210 mm
, 170 × 210 mm
11 × 14 , 10 × 15
13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 13 × 191/
5
, 210 × 340 mm ,
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 ,
, custom size
• With Z-fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18
Paper weight:
• Without Z-fold:
52.3 300.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 165.0 lb. Index)
• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Stack capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
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• Without Z-fold:
• 2,500 sheets: A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11
• 1,500 sheets: A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 ,
SRA4
• 1,000 sheets: 12 × 18 , 13 × 191/5 , 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 ×
181/2 , 13 × 18 , SRA3
• 500 sheets: A5 , 51/2 × 81/2
• 100 sheets: A5 , 51/2 × 81/2
• With Z-fold:
30 sheets
Staple paper size:
• Without Z-fold:
A3 , A4
, B4 JIS , B5 JIS
,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14
1
1
1
, 8 × 10 /2
, 8 × 10
, 7 /4 × 10 /2
, 182 × 210 mm
8K , 16K
11 × 15
,
11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14
• With Z-fold:
A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17
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, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13
, 210 × 340 mm ,
Specifications for Booklet Finisher SR5040 (Optional)
Staple paper weight:
• Without Z-fold:
63.1 220.0 g/m2 (17.0 lb. Bond 80.9 lb. Cover)
• With Z-fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
Staple capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Z-fold:
• 50 sheets:
A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14 , 81/2 × 14
, 81/2 × 13 , 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 210 × 340 mm , 8K
• 100 sheets:
A4
, B5 JIS
182 × 210 mm
, 81/2 × 11
, 16K
, 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
,
For paper between 90.1 g/m2 (24.1 lb. Bond) and 220.0 g/m2 (80.9 lb. Cover), the staple
capacity is one-third that of 80.0 g/m2 (20.0 lb. Bond) paper.
• With Z-fold:
10 sheets
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Stack capacity after stapling (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
• Without Mixed Size and Z-fold:
• 2 9 sheets: 150 sets (A3 , A4
81/2 × 11
)
, B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 ,
• 10 19 sheets: 200 105 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 20 100 sheets: 125 25 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 10 100 sheets: 150 15 sets (A4 , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 11 )
• 10 50 sheets: 150 30 sets (A3 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 )
• With Mixed Size:
• 2 50 sheets: 30 sets (A3 /A4 , B4 JIS /B5 JIS , 11 × 17 /81/2 × 11 , 8K /
16K )
• With Z-fold:
• 1 10 sheets: 30 3 sets (A3 Z-folded paper with A4, B4 JIS Z-folded paper with B5
JIS, 11 × 17 Z-folded paper with 81/2 × 11)
Staple position:
8 positions (Top 1, Center, Left 2, Top 2, Bottom 1, Slant, Top Right 1, Right 2)
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Finisher Booklet Tray
Saddle stitch paper size:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 12 × 18 , 13 × 191/5
, 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 , SRA3 , SRA4
Saddle stitch paper weight:
63.1 90.0 g/m2 (17.0 24.0 lb. Bond)
You can use one sheet of paper weighing between 90.1 g/m2 (24.1 lb. Bond) and 163.0 g/m2
(60.0 lb. Cover) per set.
Saddle stitch capacity:
• 80.0 g/m2 (20.0 lb. Bond) or lighter: 20 sheets
• Heavier than 80.0 g/m2 (20.0 lb. Bond): 15 sheets
Stack capacity after saddle stitching (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
5 sheets: 30 sets (A3 )
Saddle stitch position:
Center
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Power requirements:
120 V, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 A
Power consumption:
Maximum 250 W (A separate power source is required.)
Dimensions (W × D × H):
996 × 730 × 1,126 mm (39.3 × 28.8 × 44.4 inches)
Weight:
130 kg (286.6 lb.) or less
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Specifications for Punch Unit (Finisher SR5030, Booklet Finisher SR5040) (Optional)
Specifications for Punch Unit (Finisher SR5030,
Booklet Finisher SR5040) (Optional)
Paper size:
Punch unit type
Paper size
2 & 4 holes type: 2 holes
: A3, B4 JIS, A4, B5 JIS, A5, A6, B6 JIS, 11
× 17, 11 × 15, 11 × 14, 10 × 15, 10 × 14,
81/2 × 14, 81/2 × 11, 51/2 × 81/2, 71/4 ×
101/2, 8 × 13, 8 × 101/2, 81/2 × 13, 81/4 ×
13, 81/4 × 14, 8 × 10, 8K, 16K, 182 × 210
mm, 170 × 210 mm, 210 × 340 mm
2 & 4 holes type: 2 holes
: A4, B5 JIS, A5, 51/2 × 81/2, 81/2 × 11, 8
× 101/2, 8 × 10, 71/4 × 101/2, 16K, 182 ×
210 mm, 170 × 210 mm
2 & 4 holes type: 4 holes
: A3, B4 JIS, 11 × 17, 11 × 15, 11 × 14, 8K
2 & 4 holes type: 4 holes
: A4, B5 JIS, 81/2 × 11, 8 × 101/2, 8 × 10,
1
4 × 10 /2, 16K
71/
4 holes type: 4 holes
: A3, B4 JIS, A4, B5 JIS, A5, B6 JIS, 11 ×
17, 11 × 15, 11 × 14, 10 × 15, 10 × 14,
81/2 × 14, 81/2 × 11, 51/2 × 81/2, 71/4 ×
101/2, 8 × 13, 8 × 101/2, 8 × 10, 81/2 ×
13, 81/4 × 14, 81/4 × 13, 8K, 16K, 182 ×
210 mm, 170 × 210 mm, 210 × 340 mm
4 holes type: 4 holes
: A4, B5 JIS, A5, 81/2 × 11, 51/2 × 81/2, 8
× 101/2, 8 × 10, 71/4 × 101/2, 16K, 182 ×
210 mm, 170 × 210 mm
2 & 3 holes type: 2 holes
: A3, B4 JIS, A4, B5 JIS, A5, A6, B6 JIS, 11
× 17, 11 × 15, 11 × 14, 10 × 15, 10 × 14,
81/2 × 14, 81/2 × 11, 51/2 × 81/2, 71/4 ×
101/2, 8 × 13, 8 × 101/2, 8 × 10, 81/2 ×
13, 81/4 × 14, 81/4 × 13, 8K, 16K, 182 ×
210 mm, 170 × 210 mm, 210 × 340 mm
2 & 3 holes type: 2 holes
: A4, B5 JIS, A5, 81/2 × 11, 51/2 × 81/2, 8
× 101/2, 8 × 10, 71/4 × 101/2, 16K, 182 ×
210 mm, 170 × 210 mm
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Punch unit type
2 & 3 holes type: 3 holes
2 & 3 holes type: 3 holes
Paper size
: A3, B4 JIS, 11 × 17, 11 × 15, 11 × 14, 10
× 15, 10 × 14, 8K
: A4, B5 JIS, 81/2 × 11, 8 × 101/2, 8 × 10,
1
4 × 10 /2, 16K
71/
Paper weight:
• 2 & 3 holes: 52.3 209.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 76.9 lb. Cover)
• 4 holes: 52.3 163.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 60.0 lb. Cover)
Dimensions (W × D × H):
46.0 × 408.5 × 70.5 mm (1.9 × 16.1 × 2.8 inches)
Weight:
1 kg (2.2 lb.) or less
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Specifications for Multi-Folding Unit (Optional)
Specifications for Multi-Folding Unit (Optional)
Types of folds
Name of fold
Folding method
Z-fold
BZH089
Half Fold
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CDH017
Letter Fold-in
CDH019
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Name of fold
Folding method
Letter Fold-out
CDH018
Double Parallel Fold
CDH020
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Gate Fold
CDH021
Paper size:
• With Z-fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18
• With Half Fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18 ,
13 × 191/5 , 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 , SRA3 ,
SRA4
• With Letter Fold-out, Letter Fold-in, Double Parallel Fold, and Gate Fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 × 18
• With Multi-sheet Fold:
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Specifications for Multi-Folding Unit (Optional)
• Half Fold:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 ×
18 , 13 × 191/5 , 13 × 19 , 123/5 × 191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
• Letter Fold-out:
A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11
• Letter Fold-in:
A3 , A4 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS , 11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 11 , 8K , 12 ×
18
Paper weight:
• With Z-fold, Half Fold, Letter Fold-out, Letter Fold-in, Double Parallel Fold, and Gate Fold:
64.0 105.0 g/m2 (17.1 28.0 lb. Bond)
• With Multi-sheet Fold:
64.0 80.0 g/m2 (17.1 21.0 lb. Bond)
Power requirements:
120 V, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 A
Power consumption:
Maximum 240 W (A separate power source is required.)
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Dimensions (W × D × H):
470 × 730 × 1,000 mm (18.6 × 28.8 × 39.4inches)
Weight:
92 kg (202.9 lb.) or less
• The Multi-sheet Fold function can fold a maximum of three sheets at a time.
• Wrinkling can occur when applying letter fold-in, letter fold-out, or gate fold to B4 JIS , A3 ,
81/2 × 14 , 11 × 17 , 12 × 18 , 8K , or larger sheets. In some cases, you may have to use
A4 sheets or smaller when applying folds in combination with the reduction function.
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Specifications for Wide Large Capacity Tray
(Optional)
Paper size:
A3 , B4 JIS , A4
, A5
, A6 , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS ,
12 × 18 , 11 × 17 , 11 × 15 , 10 × 14 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/4 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 ×
11
, 51/2 × 81/2
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 13 , 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
,
8K , 16K
, 182 × 210 mm
11 × 14 , 10 × 15
18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 170 × 210 mm
, 13 × 191/
5
, 13 × 19
, 210 × 340 mm ,
, 123/
1
5 × 19 /5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 ×
, custom size
Paper weight:
Tray 3, 5: 52.3 256.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 141.0 lb. Index)
Tray 4: 52.3 300.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 165.0 lb. Index)
Paper capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
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Tray 3, 5: 1,000 sheets (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond)
Tray 4: 2,000 sheets (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond)
Power consumption:
Maximum 180 W (Power is supplied from the main unit.)
Dimensions (W × D × H):
865 × 730 × 1,218 mm (34.1 × 28.8 × 48.0 inches) (Except protruding parts)
Weight:
185 kg (407.9 lb.) or less
• The paper width between 100.0 and 139.2 mm (3.94 and 5.48 inches) are available only when
the special side fence is utilized.
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Specifications for Multi Bypass Tray (Optional)
Specifications for Multi Bypass Tray (Optional)
Paper size:
A3 , B4 JIS , A4
, A5
, A6 , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS ,
12 × 18 , 11 × 17 , 11 × 15 , 10 × 14 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/4 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 ×
11
, 51/2 × 81/2
, 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 8 × 101/2
, 8 × 10
, 71/4 × 101/2
,
8K , 16K
, 182 × 210 mm
11 × 14 , 10 × 15
18 ,
SRA3 , SRA4
, 170 × 210 mm
, 13 × 191/
5
, 13 × 19
, 210 × 340 mm ,
, 123/
1
5 × 19 /5
, 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 ×
, custom size
Paper weight:
52.3 216.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 80.0 lb. Cover)
Paper capacity (80.0 g/m2, 20.0 lb. Bond):
500 sheets
Power consumption:
Maximum 70 W (Power is supplied from the main unit.)
Dimensions (W × D × H):
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690 × 561 × 210 mm (27.2 × 22.1 × 8.3 inches) (Except protruding parts)
Weight:
20 kg (44.1 lb.) or less
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Specifications for Decurler Unit (Optional)
Paper size:
A3 , A4
, A5
, A6 , B4 JIS , B5 JIS
, B6 JIS ,
11 × 17 , 81/2 × 14 , 81/2 × 13 , 81/2 × 11
, 81/4 × 14 , 81/4 × 13 , 8 × 13 , 8
1
1
1
1
× 10 /2
, 8 × 10
, 7 /4 × 10 /2
, 5 /2 × 81/2
,
182 × 210mm
, 170 × 210mm
, 210 × 340 , 8K , 16K
,
12 × 18 , 11 × 15 , 11 × 14 , 10 × 15 , 10 × 14 , 13 × 191/5 , 13 × 19 , 123/5 ×
191/5 , 123/5 × 181/2 , 13 × 18 , SRA3 , SRA4
, custom size
Paper weight:
52.3 300.0 g/m2 (14.0 lb. Bond 165.0 lb. Index)
Power consumption:
Maximum 30 W (Power is supplied from the main unit.)
Dimensions (W × D × H):
55 × 483 × 190 mm (2.2 × 19.1 × 7.5 inches)
Weight:
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5 kg (11.1 lb.) or less
Specifications for Other Options
Specifications for Other Options
A3/11 × 17 Tray Unit
You can load 11 × 17
or larger size paper in tray 1 using this unit.
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7. Appendix
Trademarks
Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Firefox® is a registered trademark of Mozilla Foundation in the United States and/or other countries.
Macintosh and Safari are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Microsoft®, Windows®, Windows Server®, Windows Vista®, and Internet Explorer® are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
Java, JavaScript, and all trademarks and logos based on Java are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
The proper name of Internet Explorer 6 is Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6.
The proper names of the Windows operating systems are as follows:
• The product names of Windows 2000 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server
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Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Advanced Server
• The product names of Windows XP are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition
• The product names of Windows Vista are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Ultimate
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Business
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Enterprise
• The product names of Windows 7 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Ultimate
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Enterprise
• The product names of Windows Server 2003 are as follows:
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Trademarks
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Enterprise Edition
• The product names of Windows Server 2003 R2 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2 Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition
• The product names of Windows Server 2008 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise
• The product names of Windows Server 2008 R2 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Enterprise
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and might be trademarks of their
respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
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INDEX
A
A3/11 × 17 tray unit......................41, 63, 83, 155
Access to the machine........................................121
Adding staples............................................106, 107
Adding toner..........................................................99
Address book.........................................................11
ADF.................................................14, 38, 125, 138
Adjusting the angle of the control panel..............44
Alert indicator........................................................44
Anti-humidity heater switch...................................58
Attention light.........................................................38
Authentication screen............................................49
Auto Document Feeder.................14, 38, 125, 138
Auto Off..................................................................57
Auto Reduce / Enlarge...........................................9
Available characters...........................................109
B
Backing up hard disk data.................................126
Booklet......................................................................9
Booklet Finisher SR5040...41, 106, 107, 143, 147
C
CAUTION..............................................................16
CAUTION labels...................................................24
CD-ROM...................................114, 115, 116, 133
Changing modes...................................................53
Changing the paper size.........................74, 77, 80
Changing to a size that is not automatically
detected.................................................................80
Checking the Earth Leakage Breaker................130
Class A...................................................................35
Cleaning......................................................124, 125
Clear key................................................................43
Clear Modes key...................................................42
Coated Paper........................................................93
Color copy......................................................9, 118
Color tones...............................................................9
Combine...................................................................9
Components...........................................................37
Computer...............................................................11
Contents of the CD-ROM...................................133
Control panel...............................38, 42, 49, 50, 51
Copier................................................................9, 53
Copy speed...........................................................14
Counter................................................................127
Counter key............................................................43
Counterfeit bank bills............................................35
D
Data In indicator....................................................44
Decurler unit............................................14, 40, 154
Decurler Unit DU5010.........................................14
Deleting characters.............................................111
Display language..................................................47
Display panel..................................................42, 46
Document Server....................................10, 53, 138
Dos and Don'ts....................................................117
Duplex......................................................................9
E
Earth leakage breaker..................................39, 130
Energy Saver.........................................................57
Energy Saver key..................................................43
Energy saving functions........................................34
ENERGY STAR Program.......................................33
Enlarge.....................................................................9
Enter key (# key)...................................................43
Entering letters.....................................................110
Entering numbers.................................................110
Entering text................................................109, 110
Entry screen.........................................................109
Envelopes...............................................................94
Environments to avoid.........................................120
Environments where the machine can be used...16
Exposure glass..............................................37, 124
External options.....................................................40
F
Fanning the paper.................................................68
FCC Rules...............................................................35
Finisher booklet tray............................................146
Finisher shift tray.........................................139, 143
Finisher SR5030..........................40, 106, 139, 147
Finisher upper tray......................................139, 143
Formats of the operating instructions.................113
Front left cover.......................................................38
159
Front lower left cover.............................................38
Front right cover.....................................................38
Front upper right cover..........................................38
Function keys.........................................................44
G
Genuine parts........................................................13
Genuine toner........................................................13
H
Handling power cord plugs.................................17
Handling power cords..........................................17
Handling the machine's interior............................20
Handling the machine's supplies..........................21
Handling the main machine..................................19
Hard disk.............................................................126
How to enter text.................................................110
HTML manuals...............................8, 113, 114, 115
I
IC Rules..................................................................36
Image quality...........................................................9
Important................................................................13
Inquiry..................................................................128
Installing the HTML manuals..............................115
Internal option........................................................41
Interrupt key...........................................................43
Items........................................................................14
K
Key arrangement................................................109
Key Color...............................................................47
L
Label paper (adhesive labels)..............................83
Language key..................................................43, 47
Laser safety............................................................35
Laws........................................................................35
LCIT RT5060..........................................................14
Legal prohibition.................................................... 35
Legality of copying or printing.............................35
Loading paper................61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 69, 72
Login.................................................................50, 52
Login/Logout key..................................................43
Logout..............................................................51, 52
160
Low Power mode...................................................34
M
Machine environment.........................................119
Machine smell.....................................................117
Machine types.......................................................14
Magazine.................................................................9
Main power.....................................................55, 57
Main power indicator...........................................43
Main power switch.........................................38, 55
Main unit..............................................................134
Maintaining your machine.................................124
Manuals.....................................113, 114, 115, 116
Manuals for Administrators................................115
Manuals for this machine........................................6
Manuals list..............................................................8
Media...................................................................113
Moving.................................................................119
Multi bypass tray.......................14, 40, 69, 84, 153
Multi Bypass Tray BY5010..................................14
Multi-folding unit....................................14, 40, 149
Multi-Folding Unit FD5010..................................14
N
Names of major items...........................................14
Network.................................................................10
New Job key..........................................................44
Notes.........................................................15, 35, 36
Notice..................................................................... 13
Number keys..........................................................42
Numbers..............................................................110
O
OHP transparencies...................................9, 84, 92
Operating instructions.........................................114
Operation switch......................................38, 43, 55
Optimum environmental conditions...................120
Options...................................................40, 41, 155
Orientation-fixed paper........................................72
P
Paper................................................................61, 74
Paper Setting key...................................................43
Paper size...............................................................74
Paper sizes.............................................................83
Paper storage........................................................97
Paper trays.............................................................38
Paper types............................................................83
Password................................................................11
PDF manuals....................................................8, 116
Perchlorate material..............................................36
Plug.......................................................................125
Positions of WARNING and CAUTION labels. .24
Power...............................................................55, 56
Power connection.........................................55, 121
Power cord plug..................................................125
Power supply.................................................55, 121
Power switch symbols...........................................32
Print speed..............................................................14
Printed manuals...............................................8, 113
Printer driver...........................................................50
Program key...........................................................42
Punch........................................................................9
Punch unit.............................................................147
R
Recommended paper sizes and types.................83
Reduce......................................................................9
Regulations.............................................................35
Replacing the waste toner bottle........................102
Replacing toner...................................................100
S
Safety information.................................................16
Safety labels..........................................................24
Safety precautions to be followed.......................16
Sample Copy key..................................................43
Saving color copies............................................118
Saving paper...........................................................9
Scanner............................................................10, 53
Screen contrast slider............................................44
Security functions...................................................11
Sending scan files by e-mail.................................10
Sending scan files by Scan to Folder...................10
Sending scanned documents when toner has run
out.........................................................................101
Simple screen.........................................................46
Simple Screen key..........................................43, 46
Size notation..........................................................15
Sleep mode............................................................34
Smell.....................................................................117
Software included on the CD-ROM..................133
Sort............................................................................9
Space required for the machine........................121
Specifications. 134, 138, 139, 143, 147, 149, 152,
153, 154, 155
Specifying custom size paper...............................81
Stamp........................................................................9
Staple...............................................................9, 106
Start key.................................................................43
Stop key.................................................................43
Storing paper.........................................................97
Suspend/Resume switch.......................................37
Symbols..................................................................14
System Reset..........................................................53
T
Tab sheet holder....................................................14
Tab Sheet Holder Type3260...............................14
Tab sheets..............................................................83
Tab Stock...............................................................92
Tandem tray...........................................................62
Text..............................................................109, 110
Thick paper............................................................83
Toner.....................................................99, 100, 101
Total counter........................................................127
Trademarks..........................................................156
Tray 1........................................................38, 62, 83
Tray 2..................................................38, 64, 74, 84
Tray 3...............................................................66, 86
Tray 4...............................................................66, 88
Tray 5...............................................................66, 86
Turning off the main power...................................57
Turning off the power......................................55, 56
Turning on the main power...................................55
Turning on the power......................................55, 56
TWAIN driver......................................................133
Two-sided paper...................................................72
U
Unusable paper.....................................................96
Used toner...........................................................101
161
User Code Authentication..............................49, 50
User Text..............................................................111
User Tools key.......................................................43
V
Ventilation............................................................117
Ventilation holes....................................................39
Viewing the HTML manuals................................114
W
WARNING............................................................16
WARNING labels.................................................24
Waste toner bottle...............................................102
Web Image Monitor................................10, 11, 52
When toner has run out......................................101
Where to put your machine................................119
Wide large capacity tray....14, 41, 66, 77, 86, 88,
152
Wide LCT......................14, 41, 66, 77, 86, 88, 152
162
MEMO
163
MEMO
164
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