C542/ ES5442
User’s Manual
Table of contents
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Basic Operations ........................................................................................68
Names of Components ............................................................................................................... 69
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Front View .................................................................................................................................................. 69
Before starting .............................................................................................. 4
Rear View ................................................................................................................................................... 70
Cautions Related to Safety ............................................................................................................5
Inside of the machine ................................................................................................................................. 70
General Cautions ...........................................................................................................................6
Basic Operations on the Operator Panel .................................................................................... 71
About This Manual .........................................................................................................................8
Names and Functions ................................................................................................................................ 71
About Descriptions .......................................................................................................................................8
Name and Functions on the Touch Panel .................................................................................................. 72
Trademarks and Other Information ..............................................................................................10
Adjusting the Angle of the Operator Panel ................................................................................................. 73
Entering Characters ................................................................................................................................... 74
License ........................................................................................................................................12
Turning the Machine On or Off ................................................................................................... 76
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Setting Up ................................................................................................... 13
Turning the Machine On ............................................................................................................................. 76
Turning the Machine Off ............................................................................................................................. 77
Installation Requirements ............................................................................................................14
Loading Paper ............................................................................................................................ 78
Installation Environment .............................................................................................................................14
Installation Space .......................................................................................................................................15
About Paper Types That Can be Loaded ................................................................................................... 78
Checking the Accessories ...........................................................................................................17
Loading Paper in Tray 1/2/3 ....................................................................................................................... 81
Loading Paper in the MP Tray ................................................................................................................... 82
Unpacking and Installing the Machine .........................................................................................18
Paper Storage ............................................................................................................................................ 84
Installing the Optional Equipment ................................................................................................21
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Installing the Wireless LAN module ............................................................................................................21
Installing the Additional Tray Unit ...............................................................................................................22
Print ..............................................................................................................85
Printing from a Computer (Windows) .......................................................................................... 86
Setting the Printer Driver ............................................................................................................................24
For Windows PCL Printer Driver ................................................................................................................ 86
Connecting the Power Code ........................................................................................................26
For Windows PS Printer Driver .................................................................................................................. 87
Connecting a LAN Cable/USB Cable ..........................................................................................28
Printing from a Computer (Mac OS X) ........................................................................................ 89
Connecting a LAN Cable ............................................................................................................................28
For Mac OS X ............................................................................................................................................ 89
Connecting a USB Cable ............................................................................................................................29
Cancelling a Print Job ............................................................................................................... 91
Loading Paper in the Tray ...........................................................................................................31
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver ................................................................. 92
Setting Up This Machine ..............................................................................................................33
Windows PCL Printer Driver ...................................................................................................................... 92
Language Setup .........................................................................................................................................33
Windows PS Printer Driver ........................................................................................................................ 94
Setting Date and Time ................................................................................................................................35
Mac OS X PS Printer Driver ....................................................................................................................... 96
Setting the Administrator Password ...........................................................................................................37
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Print ....................................................................... 101
Network Settings ........................................................................................................................................38
Test Print .....................................................................................................................................................40
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Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Only When the Wireless LAN Module is Mounted) ...................42
Maintenance ..............................................................................................102
Replacing Consumables ........................................................................................................... 103
Before Connecting to a Wireless LAN ........................................................................................................42
Cautions When Replacing Consumables ................................................................................................ 103
Enabling Wireless LAN Connection ............................................................................................................43
Replacing the Toner Cartridges ............................................................................................................... 104
Connecting to an Access Point (Infrastructure) ..........................................................................................45
Replacing the Image Drum ...................................................................................................................... 107
Connecting to the Machine Directly ............................................................................................................58
Replacing the Image Drum and Toner Cartridge at the Same Time ........................................................ 110
Installing a Driver and Software to a Computer ...........................................................................62
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine ...........................................................................................113
For Windows ...............................................................................................................................................62
Cleaning the LED Head ........................................................................................................................... 113
For Mac OS X .............................................................................................................................................65
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Troubleshooting ........................................................................................115
If Paper Jams Occur .................................................................................................................. 116
If the Error Code is "370", "371", "372" ..................................................................................................... 116
If the Error Code is "380", "381", "382", "385", "389" ................................................................................120
If the Error Code is "390" ..........................................................................................................................123
If the Error Code is "391", "392", "393" .....................................................................................................125
If the Error Code is "409" ..........................................................................................................................126
Print Problems ...........................................................................................................................130
Unable to Print ..........................................................................................................................................130
If an Error Message is Displayed on the Operator Panel ..........................................................132
Error Message List ...................................................................................................................................132
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Operating Management/Specifications .................................................. 141
Changing the Administrator Password ......................................................................................142
Saving Power Consumption with the Power Save Function ......................................................143
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Power Save Mode ........................................................143
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Sleep Mode ...................................................................144
Restrictions in Power Saving Function .....................................................................................................144
Automatically Turning the Machine Off (Auto Power Off) .........................................................................145
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Auto Power Off Works .................................................................146
Specifications .............................................................................................................................147
General Specifications ..............................................................................................................................147
Printing Specifications ..............................................................................................................................148
Network Specifications .............................................................................................................................149
Wireless LAN Specifications (Option) .......................................................................................................149
Contact Us ....................................................................................................... 151
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1
Before starting
Cautions Related to Safety
General Cautions
About This Manual
Trademarks and Other Information
License
1. Before starting
Cautions Related to Safety
Indicates additional information which, if ignored or not followed, may result in
personal injury or death.
Indicates additional information which, if ignored, may result in personal injury.
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1. Before starting
General Cautions
Do not vacuum spilled toner with an electric vacuum cleaner. Vacuuming
spilled toner with an electric vacuum cleaner may result in ignition due to
sparks from electric contacts or other reasons.
If toner spills on the floor or other places, wipe the toner gently with a
damp rag or other cloth while using care not to scatter the toner.
Do not touch the safety switch inside this machine. High voltage may
occur, resulting in electric shock. Also, a gear may rotate, resulting in
injury.
Do not insert any object into a vent hole.
Electric shock, fire, or injury may result.
Do not use a highly combustible spray near this machine. Some parts
inside the machine become very hot, possibly resulting in fire.
Do not place a cup filled with water or other objects on the machine.
Electric shock or fire may result.
If the cover becomes extremely hot, the machine emits smoke or odor, or
you hear a strange sound, unplug the power plug from the outlet, and
contact your dealer.
Fire may result.
Do not let pet urine or other liquid get inside this machine, or allow this
machine to get wet. Electric shock or fire may result.
If liquid such as water gets inside the machine, unplug the power plug from
the outlet, and contact your dealer.
Fire may result.
When the machine cover is opened, do not touch the fuser unit. Burns may
result.
If you drop a clip or other foreign objects into the machine, unplug the
power plug from the outlet, and take the foreign objects out.
Electric shock, fire, or injury may result.
Do not throw the toner cartridge or image drum into a fire. The toner may
ignite, resulting in burns.
Do not perform any operation or disassembly other than instructed in the
user manual.
Electric shock, fire, or injury may result.
Do not connect the power cord, cables, or the ground wire in any way
other than instructed in the user manual.
Fire may result.
If the machine is dropped or the cover is damaged, unplug the power plug
from the outlet, and contact your dealer.
Electric shock, fire, or injury may result.
Operation using an UPS (uninterruptible power supply) or inverter is not
guaranteed. Do not use an uninterruptible power supply or inverter.
Fire may result.
Unplug the power plug regularly, and clean the bases of and in between
the plug blades.
If the power plug is left plugged into the outlet for an extended period of
time, dust adheres on the bases of the plug blades, and a short may occur,
possibly resulting in fire.
Do not go near the paper output part when you turn the power on or when
printing is in progress. Injury may result.
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Do not touch a broken liquid crystal display. Injury may result. If you get
liquid (liquid crystal) spilled from the liquid crystal display into your eyes or
mouth, immediately rinse with a large amount of water. Seek medical
advice if necessary.
Do not disassemble the image drum or toner cartridge, or force them
open. You may inhale the scattered toner, or the toner may land on your
hands or clothes, making them dirty.
NOTE!
This product is not intended for use in the immediate visual field on the display work place. To
avoid disturbing reflections on the display work place, this product shall not be placed in the
immediate field of vision.
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1. Before starting
About This Manual
About Descriptions
Marks, symbols, illustrations, and other descriptions are provided.
Various information about this manual is provided here. Read these sections before using
this manual.
• About Marks
• Disclaimer
• About Symbols
• About Illustrations
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete,
accurate, and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the result of
errors beyond its control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software
and equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this manual will not affect
the applicability of the information in it. Mention of software products manufactured by other
companies does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the manufacturer.
Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses screenshots of the following screens.
• For Windows: Windows 7
• For Mac OS X: Mac OS X 10.9
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful
as possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or
completeness of the information contained herein.
[OKI Printer] may be written as the model name.
Depending on your OS, model or version, the description on this document may be different.
• Copyright of the manual
About Marks
All rights reserved by Oki Data Corporation. No part of this document may be reproduced in
any form or by any means without prior written permission from Oki Data Corporation.
This manual uses the following marks.
© 2016 Oki Data Corporation
Symbol
• Manual Composition
Meaning
Indicates the cautions and restrictions for operating this machine correctly. Be sure to read to
ensure that you can operate the machine correctly.
The following manual is included in this product.
• User's Manual (PDF) ------ Stored in the DVD-ROM which comes with the machine.
Indicates information that is useful for using this machine. It is recommended to read.
• Advanced Manual (PDF) ------ Download this manual from the Oki data web site and refer
to it.
Indicates a reference topic. Read when you need more information.
• Online Manual ------ Can be browsed on the Oki data web site.
Indicates a related topic. Read when you need related information.
• About Descriptions
About Symbols
This section describes symbols and their meaning in this manual.
Symbol
Illustration (button name)
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Meaning
Indicates a button (button name) on the operator panel of the machine.
1. Before starting
Symbol
Meaning
[]
Indicates a menu name, item name, option, or other items that are displayed on
the display screen on the operator panel.
Indicates a menu, window, or dialog box name that is displayed on the screen on a
computer.
They can be clearly distinguished in descriptions or illustrations in procedures.
""
Indicates a message on the display screen or entered text.
Indicates a file name on a computer.
Indicates the topic title of a link destination.
<>
Indicates a key on the computer keyboard.
>
Indicates how to display the required menu of the machine or computer.
About Illustrations
The illustrations of C542 are used in this manual as examples.
Illustrations of the display screen on the operator panel used in this manual are with the
factory default settings.
The descriptions in this manual may vary depending on your model.
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Trademarks and Other Information
This product complies with the requirements of the Council Directives 2014/30/EU (EMC), 2014/35/EU
(LVD), 1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2009/125/EC (ErP) and 2011/65/EU(RoHS), as amended where applicable,
on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low
Voltage, Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment, Energy related Products and Restriction on
the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
OKI is a registered trademark of Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.
Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
The following cables were used to evaluate this product for EMC directive 2004/108/EC
compliance, and configurations other than this may affect that compliance.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista and Internet Explorer are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are the registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
CABLE TYPE
iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod touch and Safari are trademarks registered to Apple Inc. in the
United States and other countries.
LENGTH
(METER)
Power
1.8
USB
5.0
LAN
10.0
Telephone
3.0
CORE
SHIELD
• EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Take care with toner powder:
AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Google, Google Docs, Android, and Gmail are trademarks of Google Inc.
Google Cloud Print is a trademark of Google Inc.
Adobe, Illustrator, Photoshop, PostScript and Reader are trademarks or trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other countries.
If swallowed, give small amounts of cold water and seek medical attention. DO
NOT attempt to induce vomiting.
If inhaled, move the person to an open area for fresh air. Seek medical attention.
If it gets into the eyes, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes
keeping eyelids open. Seek medical attention.
Spillages should be treated with cold water and soap to help reduce risk of staining
skin or clothing.
FeliCa is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.
MIFARE is a trademark of NXP Semiconductors.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
proprietors.
As an Energy Star Program Participant, the manufacturer has determined that this product meets the
Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
• MANUFACTURER
Oki Data Corporation,
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-8551, Japan
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• IMPORTER TO THE EU/AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE
OKI Europe Limited
Blays House
Wick Road
Egham
Surrey, TW20 0HJ
United Kingdom
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
• ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
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1. Before starting
License
Copyright (c) 2009-2012 Eric Haszlakiewicz
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit
persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the
Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NON INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT
OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR
OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
This product contains software developed by the Heimdal Project.
Copyright (c) 1995 - 2008 Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan
(Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden).
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met:
Copyright (c) 2004, 2005 Metaparadigm Pte Ltd
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit
persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the
Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NON INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT
OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR
OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
1 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2 Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
3 Neither the name of the Institute nor the names of its contributors may be used
to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific
prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE INSTITUTE AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
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EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
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PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
• Open Source License Disclosure
The following open source software is included to use Google Cloud Print. The
descriptions about the open source license are as follows.
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2
Setting Up
Installation Requirements
Checking the Accessories
Unpacking and Installing the Machine
Installing the Optional Equipment
Connecting the Power Code
Connecting a LAN Cable/USB Cable
Loading Paper in the Tray
Setting Up This Machine
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Only When the Wireless LAN Module is Mounted)
Installing a Driver and Software to a Computer
2. Setting Up
Installation Requirements
Installation Environment
Install the machine in the following environment.
Ambient temperature: 10°C to 32°C
• Installation Environment
Ambient humidity: 20% to 80% RH (relative humidity)
• Installation Space
Maximum wet bulb temperature: 25°C
• Use care to prevent condensation. It may cause a malfunction.
• If installing your machine where the ambient humidity is 30% RH or below, use a humidifier or antistatic mat.
• Depending on the installation environment, the operation noise may be louder. If the noise bothers you, we suggest
you to install the machine in the place away from you or in another room.
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Do not install the machine in a location subject to high temperatures or in a location
near fire.
Do not install the machine in a location where chemical reactions may occur (such as
a laboratory).
Do not install the machine near alcohol, thinners, or other flammable solvents.
Do not install the machine in a location within the reach of small children.
Do not install the machine in an unstable location (such as on an unsteady stand or
slanted location).
Do not install the machine in a location with high level of humidity or dust, or in a
location where the machine is exposed to direct sunlight.
Do not install the machine in an environment where it is exposed to salty air or
corrosive gas.
Do not install the machine in a location where it is exposed to a high level of vibration.
Do not install the machine in a location where its vent hole is blocked.
2. Setting Up
Installation Space
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Install the machine on a flat surface that is wide enough to accommodate the legs of the
machine.
Do not install this machine directly on a thick rug or carpet.
Do not install this machine in a closed room or other locations with bad circulation and
ventilation.
If you use this machine in a small room continuously for an extended period of time,
make sure to ventilate the room.
Install this machine away from a source that emits strong magnetic fields or noise.
Install this machine away from a monitor or television.
Moving the machine requires that two people stand in front and back of the machine
respectively, hold the handles at the bottom of the machine, and move it.
Allow for enough room around the machine as shown in the following figures.
• Top view
• Side view
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2. Setting Up
• Side view (when the additional tray unit is installed)
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2. Setting Up
Checking the Accessories
The starter toner cartridge is not installed in the ES model. Install the toner cartridge that is included in this machine.
Refer to "Replacing the Image Drum".
Check that you have everything shown below.
• Software DVD-ROM
Injury may result.
Lift this machine by 2 persons, because it weighs approximately 24 kg.
Be sure to use the supplied consumables first. If other consumables are used first, the life time may not be shown
correctly or supplied consumables may not be applied.
• Power cord
• Main body
• Envelope lever
The envelope lever is attached to the MP tray. Use the envelope lever if envelopes wrinkle
after being printed.
For instructions, refer to the Advanced Manual.
• Four image drums (black, cyan, magenta and yellow)
• Four starter toner cartridges (black, cyan, magenta and yellow)
• LAN cables or USB cables are not included in the package. Prepare the cable that suits your connection
environment separately.
• Packaging and cushioning materials are used when transporting the machine. Do not dispose packaging materials
as they may be used in the future.
For the C model, the starter toner cartridges are installed in the image drums, which are
installed in the machine before shipment.
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2. Setting Up
Unpacking and Installing the Machine
2
Lift the machine, and then place it where it is to be installed.
3
4
Remove the protection tapes, protective sheet, and desiccant packs.
This section describes how to unpack and install the machine.
Injury may result.
Lift this machine by 2 persons, because it weighs approximately 24 kg.
• Use extra care when handling the image drum (the green cylinder), because it is fragile.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or strong light (approximately 1,500 lux or more). Even under room
lighting, do not leave the image drum for 5 minutes or more.
• Packaging and cushioning materials are required for transporting the machine. Do not dispose of it, and keep it for
future use.
1
Remove the machine from the box, and then remove accessories, cushioning
materials and the plastic bag from the machine.
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Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
2. Setting Up
5
Pinch the tip of blue lever of the toner cartridge and turn forward until the tip
aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
7
Hold the fuser unit handle and lift the fuser unit out of the machine.
8
Push the blue lever on the fuser unit and remove the orange safety stopper
and film.
Turn the levers of all 4 toner cartridges.
If you close the output tray without turning the blue lever, it may cause a malfunction. Be sure to turn the blue
lever until its top aligns on the lug in the back of the toner cartridge.
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Pull the locking levers on the fuser unit toward you to unlock.
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2. Setting Up
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Hold the fuser unit handle and aligning the fuser unit to the grooves behind the
toner cartridges, place the fuser unit into the machine.
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Push the levers on the fuser unit to lock.
When the error message that the output tray is open does not disappear, make sure that the output tray is closed
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2. Setting Up
Installing the Optional Equipment
Installing the Wireless LAN module
Install the wireless LAN module when you want to use a wireless connection.
This section describes how to install optional equipment.
After installing, be sure to change the wireless LAN setting from [DISABLE] to [ENABLE] on
the operator panel.
• Installing the Wireless LAN module
• Installing the Additional Tray Unit
• Setting the Printer Driver
1
Check that the machine is turned off and power cord and all the cables are
unplugged.
Installing the wireless LAN module with the machine turned on may cause the machine and wireless LAN module
to malfunction.
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Open the wireless LAN module cover.
2. Setting Up
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Eject the connector from the cover and connect with the wireless LAN module.
Installing the Additional Tray Unit
Attach the additional tray unit when increasing the number of sheets or paper to be set is
needed.
Up to 2 trays can be installed.
Set the number of trays on the printer driver after installing them.
Model Number: N36501
4
Install the wireless LAN module to the machine.
5
Close the wireless LAN module cover.
Injury may result.
Lift this machine by 2 persons, because it weighs approximately 24 kg.
1
Check that the machine is turned off and power cord and all the cables are
unplugged.
Installing the additional tray unit with the machine turned on may cause the machine and additional tray unit to
malfunction.
Go to "Connecting the Power Code”.
Attaching the wireless module cannot connect the machine to the wireless LAN.
Enable the wireless setting in the steps in "Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Only When the Wireless LAN Module
is Mounted)".
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2. Setting Up
2
If you want to install two additional trays, fix them together with the lock pieces.
3
Slowly stack the machine on the additional tray unit aligning their back sides
and right sides.
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Screw the machine and additional tray unit with the lock pieces.
2. Setting Up
4
Setting the Printer Driver
Enter the total number of trays and then click [OK].
When the additional tray unit is installed, be sure to set the number of trays after the printer
driver is installed.
For the information of installing the printer driver, see "Installing a Driver and Software to a
Computer".
• To follow this procedure, you must log in to a computer as the administrator.
• If your Mac OS applies to the following conditions, the information about the installed option is automatically obtained,
not requiring you to set the printer driver.
- When the machine is connected to a network over Bonjour
- When the machine is connected via USB interface
- When the optional equipment is installed before the printer driver is installed
• Setting Additional Tray(s) to the Windows PCL Printer Driver
1
2
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
3
Select the [Device Options] tab.
Right-click [OKI C542], and then select [OKI C542 PCL6] from [Printer
properties].
If a TCP/IP network connection is used, click [Get Printer Settings] to set the number of trays automatically.
• Setting Additional Tray(s) to the Windows PS Printer Driver
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
3
Select the [Device Settings] tab.
Right-click [OKI C542], and then select [OKI C542 PS] from [Printer
properties].
2. Setting Up
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Select [Get installed options automatically] for [Installable Options], and then
click [Setup].
When using a USB connection, select the total number of trays for [Available Trays] in [Installable Options].
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Click [OK].
• Setting Additional Tray(s) to the Mac OS X Printer Driver
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Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
Click [Printers & Scanners].
Select the machine, and then click [Options & Supplies].
Select the [Options] tab.
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Select the total number of trays for [Available Tray], and then click [OK].
2. Setting Up
Connecting the Power Code
Fire or electric shock may result.
The power supply must meet the following conditions.
AC: 110 to 127V AC (Range 99 to 140V AC) / 220 to 240V AC (Range 198 to 264V AC)
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Frequency: 50/60 Hz ± 2%
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• If the power supply is unstable, use a voltage regulator.
• The maximum power consumption of the machine is 1220 W (120V AC) / 1250 W (230V AC). Check that the power
supply is sufficient.
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uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or inverter.
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Be sure to turn this machine off before connecting and disconnecting the power cord
and the ground wire.
Be sure to connect the ground wire to the designated ground terminal.
If this machine cannot be grounded, contact your dealer.
Be sure not to connect the ground wire to the ground of a water pipe, gas pipe or
telephone line, or to a lightning rod.
Be sure to connect the ground wire before connecting the power cord to the outlet.
Also, be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet before disconnecting the
ground wire.
Be sure to plug or unplug the power cord by holding its power plug.
Securely plug the power cord into the outlet.
Do not plug or unplug the power cord with wet hands.
Install the power cord in a location where users cannot step on it, and do not place
any object on the power cord.
Do not bundle or tie the power cord.
Do not use a damaged power cord.
Do not overload the outlet.
Do not connect the power cords of this machine and other electric products to the
same outlet. If the power cord of this machine is connected to the same outlet as
other electric products, especially an air conditioning machine, copier, or shredder,
this machine may malfunction due to electrical noise. If you have to connect the
power cord of this machine to the same outlet as other products, use a commercially
available noise filter or noise cut transformer.
Use the power cord included in this machine, and plug the cord directly into the outlet.
Do not use the power cords of other products for this machine.
Do not use an extension cord. If you have to use an extension cord, use a cord rated
15A or higher.
Use of an extension cord may result in this machine malfunctioning due to AC voltage
drop.
Do not turn this machine off or unplug the power cord during printing.
If you do not use this machine for an extended period of time due to holidays, trips, or
other reasons, unplug the power cord.
Do not use the power cord included in this machine for other products.
2. Setting Up
1
Plug the power cord into the power connector.
2
Plug the power cord into the outlet.
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2. Setting Up
Connecting a LAN Cable/USB Cable
Connecting a LAN Cable
When using the machine in a wired network connection or connecting to a computer via a
USB cable, connect the cable in the following steps.
A LAN cable (category 5e or higher, twist pair, straight) is not supplied.
• Connecting a LAN Cable
1
Prepare a LAN cable (category 5e or higher, twist pair, straight) and hub.
2
3
Check that the machine and computer are turned off.
4
Insert one end of the LAN cable into the network interface connector.
• Connecting a USB Cable
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Open the interface cover on the back side of the machine pressing the center
part of it.
2. Setting Up
5
Pass the LAN cable under the tab, and then close the interface cover.
Connecting a USB Cable
A USB cable (Hi-Speed USB 2.0) is not supplied.
1
6
Prepare a USB cable.
If you want to connect in USB 2.0 Hi-Speed mode, use a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 USB cable.
Insert the other end of the LAN cable into the hub.
2
3
Check that the machine and computer are turned off.
4
Insert one end of the USB cable into the USB interface connector on the
machine.
Open the interface cover on the back side of the machine pressing the center
part of it.
Go to the procedure to "Loading Paper in the Tray".
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2. Setting Up
Do not insert the USB cable into the network interface connector. It may cause a malfunction.
5
For Windows, do not insert the other end of the USB cable into the computer until the instruction is displayed on
the screen when the driver installation is in progress.
Pass the USB cable under the tab, and then close the interface cover.
Go to the procedure to "Loading Paper in the Tray".
6
Insert the other end of the USB cable into the USB interface connector on the
computer.
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2. Setting Up
Loading Paper in the Tray
3
Slide the paper stopper (b) to the length of paper to be loaded.
4
Fan a stack of paper well, and then align the edges of the paper.
5
Load paper with the print side face down.
The procedure when loading paper in Tray 1 is used as an example.
The same procedure applies to Tray 2/3 (optional).
For details on available paper, see "About Paper Types That Can be Loaded".
1
2
Pull the paper cassette out.
Slide the paper guide (a) to the width of paper to be loaded.
Do not load paper above the "
6
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" mark on the paper guide.
Secure the loaded paper with the paper guide.
2. Setting Up
7
Replace the paper cassette into the machine.
Push the paper cassette until it stops.
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2. Setting Up
Setting Up This Machine
Language Setup
The first time the machine is turned on or when the settings are initialized, [Easy Setup] is
displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to set required information. You can skip the
setting pressing [Skip>>].
1
Press the power switch on the operator panel for a second to turn the machine
on.
When the machine is turned on, the power switch LED lamp turns on.
The simplest steps are shown here.
• Language Setup
• Setting Date and Time
• Setting the Administrator Password
• Network Settings
• Test Print
2
When the language selection screen in [Easy Setup] is displayed, press the
language you want to use.
Press [
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][
] to switch screens.
2. Setting Up
3
Select the desired keyboard layout.
5
Press [Continue with default settings].
4
Press [Close].
6
Check that the consumables and wiring are set up, and then press [Next].
The screen switches automatically in about 7 seconds without pressing [Close].
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2. Setting Up
Setting Date and Time
Press [
1
][
] to switch screens.
Check that the [2. Date/Time Setting] screen is displayed, and then press
[Next].
The time zone setting screen appears.
3
2
Press [Select] for the time zone you want to use.
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Press [Manual].
2. Setting Up
4
5
6
Enter the month using [
][
7
] or the numeric keypad on the operator panel.
Use the numeric keypad on the operator panel to enter a value in the field with the
(numeric keypad) icon.
Use [ ] [ ] or the numeric keypad on the operator panel to enter the current
time in the same manner as the date entry, and then press [Next].
The setting values are updated.
Press the [Day] entry box once to enter the day.
8
Press the [Year] entry box once to enter the year, and then press [Next].
Press [Close].
The screen switches automatically in about 7 seconds without pressing [Close].
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2. Setting Up
Setting the Administrator Password
• Set the administrator password using from 6 to 12 alphanumeric characters.
• The password is case sensitive.
The factory default administrator password is “999999”, however, we highly recommend you to set your own
administrator password so that the third party cannot easily presume it.
1
Check that the [3. Admin Password] screen is displayed, and then press
[Next].
The setting a new administrator password screen appears.
3
2
Enter a new administrator password and press [Next].
• We suggest you to write down the set password not to forget it.
• The administrator password is required when changing the settings, etc.
• Note that if you forgot or lost your administrator password, you could not change the [Admin Setup] or [Easy
Setup] settings.
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Enter the password again to confirm.
2. Setting Up
4
Press [Next].
5
Press [Close].
Network Settings
The setting values are updated.
• If you do not want to connect to a network, press [Skip>>] to go to "Test Print".
• Since the network settings are required when using this machine, you are supposed to make the network setting
here.
The screen switches automatically in about 7 seconds without pressing [Close].
1
Check that the [4. Network Setting] screen is displayed, and then press [Next]
for the connection with a LAN cable.
For the wireless connection, you do not need to make the network settings here. Press
[Skip>>] and go to "Test Print". The wireless connection settings are to be performed
after [Easy Setup] is finished.
2
3
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Check that the wiring has correctly been finished.
Set an IP address. Press [Auto].
2. Setting Up
When setting manually, check the following values specified by your provider or network administrator.
• Wait until updating the setting is complete.
IP Address
• The screen switches automatically in about 7 seconds without pressing [Close].
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server (Primary)
DNS Server (Secondary)
WINS Server (Primary)
WINS Server (Secondary)
4
Press [Close] on the following screen which is displayed after the setting is
updated.
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2. Setting Up
Test Print
2
Click [Print Test].
3
Press [Yes].
If you do not want to print test page, press [Skip>>]. The Easy Setup is complete and the home screen appears.
1
Check that the [5.Print Test] screen is displayed, and then press [Next].
The Print Test screen is displayed.
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2. Setting Up
4
Check that the menu map is printed, and then press [Close].
5
Press [Complete].
The Easy Setup is complete and the home screen appears.
You can change the settings from [Device Settings] > [Easy Setup] at the top of the home screen whenever you
want.
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2. Setting Up
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Only When the Wireless
LAN Module is Mounted)
Before Connecting to a Wireless LAN
• Wireless(Infrastructure) and Wireless(AP Mode) cannot be enabled at the same time.
• If the machine is used in a wireless network environment, the machine does not enter Deep Sleep mode but enters
Sleep mode.
• Before Connecting to a Wireless LAN
• Do not place any electric products that emit weak radio waves (such as microwaves or digital cordless telephones)
close to the machine.
• Enabling Wireless LAN Connection
• Connecting to an Access Point (Infrastructure)
• The communication speed of a wireless LAN connection may be slower than that of a wired LAN or USB connection
depending on the environment. If you want to print big data such as a photo, it is recommended to print with a wired
LAN or USB connection.
• Connecting to the Machine Directly
Connecting to an Access Point
Connect this machine to a network via a wireless LAN access point.
1
Check if your wireless LAN access point matches the following requirements.
Standards: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Access method: Infrastructure mode
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2. Setting Up
2
Check if the wireless LAN access point supports WPS.
Enabling Wireless LAN Connection
If it does not support WPS, check the SSID and encryption key by referring to the
instruction manual that is included in the wireless LAN access point or other
documents.
1
2
• An SSID is also called a network name, ESSID or ESS-ID.
• An encryption key is also called a network key, security key, password, or Pre-shared Key.
Connecting to the Machine Directly
You can use the machine as a wireless access point to directly connect wireless devices
(computers, tablets, smartphones, etc.). Check the following.
1
Check if your wireless devices match the following requirements.
Standards: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Security: WPA2-PSK(AES)
2
Check if your wireless devices support WPS-PBC (push button).
If you are not sure that the device supports WPS-PBC, connect manually after turning the machine on.
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Check that the machine is turned on.
Press [Device Settings] at the top of the home screen.
2. Setting Up
3
4
Press [
] once and press [Admin Setup].
5
6
On the administrator login screen, press [OK].
Press [
] once and press [User Install].
7
Press [
] once and press [Wireless Module].
Enter the administrator password, and then press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999" respectively. If the administrator
password is changed in Easy Setup, enter the updated password.
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2. Setting Up
8
Press [ENABLE].
Connecting to an Access Point (Infrastructure)
• Install this machine in a place with a good view and near a wireless access point. (We suggest that the distance
between the machine and the wireless device be 30 m or less.)
• If there is metal, aluminum sash, or a reinforced concrete wall between the machine and wireless LAN access points,
connections may be harder to be established.
• Outdoor use of IEEE802.11a (W52/W53) is prohibited by the Radio Law. Use IEEE802.11a (W52/W53) only indoors.
• Connecting with WPS
If a wireless LAN access point supports WPS, you can connect to the wireless LAN with the
WPS button.
• Selecting a Wireless LAN Access Point from the Operator Panel to Connect
If a wireless access point does not support WPS, you can specify a wireless LAN access
point you want to use from the wireless LAN access points that the printer detects to
establish a connection.
9
10
11
12
• Setting from the Operator Panel Manually to Connect
Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
Set the wireless LAN access point information (the SSID, encryption method, and
encryption key) manually to connect to the wireless LAN.
Press the power button to turn the machine off.
Press the power button to turn the machine on.
Connecting with WPS
Press "Yes" if "Do you want to Set-up wireless?" is displayed on the touch
panel.
If a wireless LAN access point supports WPS, you can easily connect to the wireless LAN
with the easy setup button (WPS button).
Connect by following the procedure below.
And then go to "Connecting to an Access Point (Infrastructure)".
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1
Check the position of the WPS button by referring to the instruction manual
2
3
Check that the wireless LAN access point starts and is operating properly.
that is included in a wireless LAN access point or other document.
Turn the machine on.
2. Setting Up
The following message is displayed for approximately 5 seconds.
If the following screen is displayed, press [Yes], and then proceed to step 6.
4
5
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
6
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
Press [
7
] once and press [Wireless(Infrastructure) Setting].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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Press [Enable].
2. Setting Up
8
If your environment requires to set IP address, etc. manually, press [Network
Setting]. If you do not need to set manually, go to step 12.
Ask your provider or network administrator about the setting value.
11
Press [Close] when the Wireless (infrastructure) settings are complete.
The screen switches automatically in a while without pressing [Close].
9
Press [Manual] on the [Wireless (infrastructure) settings] screen.
12
10
Follow the onscreen instructions to set the IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway, and DHCP v6.
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Press [Automatic setup (WPS)].
2. Setting Up
13
Press [WPS-PBC].
The machine starts searching for wireless LAN access points. The following screen is
displayed for approximately 2 minutes, during which press and hold the WPS button for
the wireless LAN access point for a few seconds.
14
Press [Yes].
You cannot operate the panel when WPS is in progress.
When the following screen is displayed, press [Close].
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2. Setting Up
Selecting a Wireless LAN Access Point from the Operator Panel to Connect
• If the following screen is displayed, repeat the procedure from step 13.
If a wireless LAN access point does not support WPS, you can specify a wireless LAN
access point you want to use from the wireless LAN access points that the machine detects
to establish a connection. In such a case, you must enter an encryption key.
1
Check the SSID and encryption key by referring to the instruction manual that
is included in a wireless LAN access point or other documents, and write the
information down.
WPA-EAP and WPA2-EAP cannot be set on the touch panel. Set them from the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine (Advanced Manual)
• An SSID is also called a network name, ESSID or ESS-ID.
• [Overlap] is displayed when multiple WPS push buttons are pressed almost at the same time at two or more
wireless LAN access points and connection is not established. Wait for a while, and then try again.
15
• An encryption key is also called a network key, security key, password or Pre-shared Key.
2
3
If the antenna mark is displayed at the top right of the home screen, the
connection is established correctly.
Check that the wireless LAN access point starts and is operating properly.
Turn the machine on.
If the following screen is displayed, press [Yes], and then proceed to step 6.
4
The antenna mark may not be displayed on some screen.
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
2. Setting Up
5
6
Press [Wireless(Infrastructure) Setting].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
The following message is displayed for approximately 5 seconds.
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7
Press [Enable].
8
If your environment requires to set IP address, etc. manually, press [Network
Setting]. If you do not need to set manually, go to step 12.
2. Setting Up
9
Press [Manual] on the [Wireless (infrastructure) settings] screen.
The screen switches automatically in a while without pressing [Close].
12
10
Press [Wireless Network Selection].
Follow the onscreen instructions to set the IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway, and DHCP v6.
Ask your provider or network administrator about the setting value.
11
Press [Close] when the Wireless (infrastructure) settings are complete.
The machine starts searching for wireless LAN access points. Wait for a while.
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2. Setting Up
13
Select a wireless LAN access point to connect, and then press [Select].
Item
15
If only [Manual Setup] is displayed, or the SSID of the wireless LAN access point you want to use is not included
in the list, set by following the procedure in "Setting from the Operator Panel Manually to Connect".
The encryption key varies depending on the wireless LAN access point or security.
If the [WPA Pre-shared Key] message is displayed
Item
•
Description
Security
WPA/WPA2-PSK
Encryption key
Enter the Pre-shared Key.
If [WEP Key] is displayed
Item
•
Description
Security
WEP
Encryption key
Enter the WEP key.
Encryption key
No entry is required.
If the displayed SSID is the same as the SSID that you checked in step 1,
press [Yes].
If "Connection failed." is displayed, repeat the procedure from step 5.
Enter the encryption key that you checked in step 1, and then press [OK].
•
Disable
When "Connection successful." is displayed, press [Close].
The encryption key entry screen that is suitable for the encryption method of the selected wireless LAN access
point is displayed.
14
Description
Security
If neither of the above two cases is applied
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2. Setting Up
16
If the antenna mark is displayed at the top right of the touch panel, the
connection is established correctly.
• An SSID is also called a network name, ESSID, or ESS-ID.
• An encryption key is also called a network key, security key, password, or Pre-shared Key.
2
3
Check that the wireless LAN access point starts and is operating properly.
Turn the machine on.
If the following screen is displayed, press [Yes], and then proceed to step 6.
The antenna mark may not be displayed on some screens.
4
Setting from the Operator Panel Manually to Connect
Set the wireless LAN access point information (the SSID, encryption method and encryption
key) manually to connect to the wireless LAN.
1
Check the SSID, encryption key, and security by referring to the instruction
manual that is included in a wireless LAN access point or other documents,
and write the information down.
If the encryption method is WPA-EAP and WPA2-EAP, set from the Web page of this machine.
For details, open the Web page of this machine and click [Admin Setup] > [Network] > [Wireless Setting] >
[Manual Setup].
Open the Web Page of This Machine (Advanced Manual)
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
2. Setting Up
5
6
Press [Wireless(Infrastructure) Setting].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
The following message is displayed for approximately 5 seconds.
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7
Press [Enable].
8
If your environment requires to set IP address, etc. manually, press [Network
Setting]. If you do not need to set manually, go to step 12.
2. Setting Up
9
Press [Manual] on the [Wireless (infrastructure) settings] screen.
The screen switches automatically in a while without pressing [Close].
12
10
Follow the onscreen instructions to set the IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway, and DHCP v6.
Ask your provider or network administrator about the setting value.
11
Press [Close] when the Wireless (infrastructure) settings are complete.
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Press [Wireless Network Selection].
2. Setting Up
15
The machine starts searching for wireless LAN access points. Wait for a while.
13
Select the encryption method that you checked in step 1, and then press
[Next].
Press [Manual Setup].
The encryption key varies depending on the wireless LAN access point or security.
16
The procedure depends on the encryption method you selected in step 15.
If you selected [WPA/WPA2-PSK], select [TKIP/AES], and then press [Next]. Enter the
Pre-shared Key afterward and select [Next].
If you selected [WPA2-PSK], select [AES], and then press [Next]. Enter the Pre-shared
Key afterward and select [Next].
If you selected [WEP], enter the WEP Key, and press [Next].
14
Enter the SSID that you checked in step 1, and then press [Next].
The SSID is case sensitive. Enter the SSID correctly.
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2. Setting Up
17
If the displayed content is the same as that you checked in step 1, press [Yes].
The antenna mark may not be displayed on some screens.
• If the wireless LAN connection is unstable
If the wireless LAN connection is unstable, read the cautions in "Before Connecting
to a Wireless LAN", and then change the positions of the machine and wireless
LAN access point. If you cannot find a solution even after reading the cautions,
bring the machine and the wireless LAN access point close to each other.
It takes approximately 30 seconds for the machine to detect the wireless LAN access point.
When the screen indicates that connection is established, press [Close].
If the screen indicates that connection failed, press [Close] and go back to step 5.
18
If the antenna mark is displayed at the top right of the touch panel, the
connection is established correctly.
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2. Setting Up
6
7
8
Connecting to the Machine Directly
Wireless LAN (AP mode) directly connects wireless devices (computers, tablets,
smartphones, etc.) to the machine without using a wireless LAN access point.
Press [Network Menu].
Press [Network Setup].
Press [Wireless(AP Mode) Setting].
• If there is metal, aluminum sash, or a reinforced concrete wall between the machine and wireless devices,
connections may be harder to be established.
• Up to four devices can be connected to the machine via the wireless LAN (AP mode). The fifth device will be rejected.
• Automatic connection (push-button)
If your wireless devices support WPS-PBC (push button), you can connect to the wireless
LAN (AP mode) with the WPS button.
• Manual Setup
If your wireless devices do not support WPS-PBC (push button), you can enter [SSID] and
[Password] of the machine in your wireless devices to connect to the wireless LAN (AP
mode).
Automatic connection (push-button)
If your wireless devices support WPS-PBC (push button), you can connect to the wireless
LAN (AP mode) with the WPS button.
1
Confirm the position of the WPS button on your wireless device by the manual
2
Turn the machine on.
The message below is displayed for about five seconds.
attached to the device.
If the [Do you want to Set-up wireless?] message appears, select the [Do not show next time.] check box, and
then press [No].
3
4
5
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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2. Setting Up
9
10
Press [Enable].
11
Press [Yes].
Press [Automatic connection (push-button)].
12
Start the WPS-PBC (push button) operation on your wireless device to
connect to the machine.
When the following screen appears, the setup of the wireless LAN is completed.
In case of connection failure, follow the steps in "Manual Setup" to try again.
Manual Setup
If your wireless devices do not support WPS-PBC (push button), you can enter [SSID] and
[Password] of the machine in your wireless devices to connect to the wireless LAN.
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2. Setting Up
1
Turn the machine on.
The message below is displayed for about five seconds.
If the [Do you want to Set-up wireless?] message appears, select the [Do not show next time.] check box, and
then press [No].
2
3
4
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
5
6
7
Press [Network Menu].
Press [Admin Setup] on the touch panel.
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
8
Press [Network Setup].
Press [Wireless(AP Mode) Setting].
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Press [Enable].
2. Setting Up
9
Press [Manual Setup].
10
Check the [SSID] and [Password] of the machine.
11
Enter the [SSID] and [Password] that you checked in step 10 to connect the
machine and your wireless device.
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2. Setting Up
Installing a Driver and Software to a Computer
For Windows
Connect the machine and computer via a network or USB cable and start installing.
Install the printer driver from the "Software DVD-ROM" to the computer.
Other utility software can be installed at the same time.
Check the status of this machine before installing.
• This machine is turned on.
• For Windows
• For network connection, this machine is connected to the network via a LAN cable and required information such as
IP address is already set.
• For Mac OS X
1
2
Insert the included "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
When [Auto Play] is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
3
4
5
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Select a language from the drop-down list.
Read the license agreement, and then click [Accept].
Read [Environment advice], and then click [Next].
2. Setting Up
6
8
Select [Network] or [USB connection] in accordance to the connection method
of the machine and computer, and then click [Next].
Click [Install Optional Software].
If the [Windows Security Alert] dialog box is displayed, click [Allow access].
7
Select the model name of the machine, and then click [Next].
Installation starts.
The following software is installed.
• PCL6 Printer Driver (Including Network Extension and Color Swatch Utility)
• FAQ
Install other software from Custom Install.
9
Make sure that the software is successfully installed, and then click [Printing
Test].
Select the printer for test printing, and the click [Printing Test].
Make sure that the test printing was successful, and then click [OK].
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2. Setting Up
10
11
Click [Complete].
Click [Next].
If the following dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
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2. Setting Up
12
Click [Exit].
For Mac OS X
This section describes how to install the PS printer driver.
For installation of utilities, see the following.
Installing Software (Advanced Manual)
• Install the Mac OS X PS printer driver.
When the installation is complete, print a test page in step 15.
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1
Make sure that the machine and a computer are connected and the machine
2
3
4
5
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
6
7
Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
is turned on.
Double-click the [OKI] icon on the desktop.
[Drivers] > [PS] > Double-click [Installer for OSX].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Click [Printers & Scanners].
2. Setting Up
8
9
10
Click [+].
Select [Add Printer or Scanner...] when the menu is displayed.
To change the name, enter a new name into [Name:].
Click [Default].
Select the machine , and then make sure that [OKI C542 PS] is displayed for
[Use].
Types of Names
Displayed in the Connection
11
12
Methods List
Network
OKI-C542 (last 6 digits of MAC
address)
Bonjour
USB
OKI DATA CORP C542
USB
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Click [Add].
If [Installable options] is displayed, click [Continue].
2. Setting Up
13
Make sure that the machine is added to [Printers] and [OKI C542 PS] is
displayed for [Kind].
If [OKI C542 PS] is not displayed for [Kind] correctly, click [-], delete the machine from [Printers], and then newly
perform steps 8 to 12.
14
15
Click [Open Print Queue...].
Select [Print Test Page] from the [Printer] menu.
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3
Basic Operations
Names of Components
Basic Operations on the Operator Panel
Turning the Machine On or Off
Loading Paper
This section describes basic operations of this machine.
3. Basic Operations
Names of Components
Front View
The chapter describes the name of each component.
• Front View
• Rear View
• Inside of the machine
Symbol
Name
a
Operator panel
b
USB port
c
MP tray (Multipurpose tray)
d
Open button
e
Output tray (Top cover)
Basic Operations on the Operator Panel
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f
Wireless LAN module cover
g
Paper supporter
h
Envelope lever (Use this when printing on envelopes. For instructions, refer to the Advanced
Manual.)
3. Basic Operations
Rear View
Inside of the machine
Symbol
Name
a
Rear output tray
b
Power connector
c
Interface connector cover
d
Network interface connector
e
USB interface connector
Symbol
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Name
a
LED head
b
Fuser unit
c
Toner cartridge / Image drum (Y: yellow)
d
Toner cartridge / Image drum (M: magenta)
e
Toner cartridge / Image drum (C: cyan)
f
Toner cartridge / Image drum (K: black)
g
Tray 1
3. Basic Operations
Basic Operations on the Operator Panel
Names and Functions
This section describes the names and functions of components on the operator panel.
This section describes the operator panel of the machine.
• Names and Functions
• Name and Functions on the Touch Panel
• Adjusting the Angle of the Operator Panel
• Entering Characters
No.
Name
Function
1
Touch panel
Allows you to select or set an item by pressing a displayed icon.
2
HOME/HELP button
Displays the home screen.
3
PRINT button
Displays the print function screen.
4
STATUS button
Displays the status menu. Flashes/lights up if there is an error
status.
You can check the remaining amount of consumables.
5
CLEAR button
Clear the entered value.
6
START button
Starts printing from USB Memory.
7
STOP button
Cancels printing.
8
POWER SAVE button
Enters or exits the power saving mode.
In Power Save mode, lights up in green; In Sleep mode, flashes
in green (every 3 seconds); In Deep Sleep mode, flashes in
green (every 6 seconds).
9
POWER button
Turns this machine on or off.
10
Numeric keypad
Enters numbers and symbols.
• When changing the angle of the operator panel, use care not to let your hands be caught between this machine and
the operator panel. Injury may result.
• Do not press the touch panel hard or poke it with a pointed object. It may damage the touch panel and cause
malfunction.
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3. Basic Operations
Item
Name and Functions on the Touch Panel
3
Description
Main area
Press to use the print functions.
When this machine turns on, the home screen is displayed on the touch panel.
• Home Screen
The following steps and functions are displayed.
• Change Consumable & Maintain
(Toner cartridges, Image drums, Belt units, Fuser units)
• Maintain and Care for the Unit
(Feeder Rollers, LED head)
• Name and Function of the Device Settings Screen
[Basic] tab > [Paper Setup/MP Tray] screen is used as an example.
The screen image shows the factory default setting. The screen that appears when the machine is turned on and gets
ready to be used can be changed from [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [Default Mode] on the
touch panel.
Item
1
Stationary button area
Description
Displays buttons that appear on the screen at all times.
Displays the following items.
• [Job Macro]
• [Function Settings]
• [Device Settings]
• [RESET]
• [Logout]
• Antenna mark: appears when the wireless LAN is enabled.
• [ ]
Item
Only available buttons are displayed on the selected menu.
2
Title and operation guide
area
1
Stationary button area
Displays buttons that appear on the screen at all times.
Only available buttons are displayed on the selected menu.
2
Title and operation guide area
Displays the title of the current screen and provides guide for
possible operations.
3
Main area
The current setting is displayed on each button.
<About the mark on a button>
: Indicates that the next page exists.
Displays the title of the current screen and provides guide for possible operations.
You can enter a value in the field with
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Description
displayed by using the numeric keypad.
3. Basic Operations
Adjusting the Angle of the Operator Panel
About the top screen
The operator panel can be tilted to improve the visibility.
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Print
1
Hold the upper center of the operator pane and pull it forward.
To set the operator panel back to the original position, pull the operator panel forward
until it stops and then push slowly.
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3. Basic Operations
Item
Entering Characters
Character panel
Enters characters.
The character type switches depending on the entry mode.
5
Left button/right button
Moves the cursor left and right.
6
Capital Lock
Switches between the uppercase and lowercase characters.
7
Entry mode button
Switches the entry mode (types of characters) for entering text.
• Entering with the Touch Panel
• Entering with the Numeric Keypad
Description
4
Entering with the Touch Panel
When you need to enter characters while you are setting an item, the following entry screen
is displayed.
The QWERTY keyboard set by default can be switched to the AZERTY keyboard. To switch to the AZERTY keyboard,
select [Manage Unit] > [Keyboard Layout] > [AZERTY] on the touch panel.
You can enter uppercase and lowercase alphabets, numbers, and symbols.
• Entering Characters
• About the entry screen
The number of buttons in the entry screen differs depending on the input.
1
2
Press the touch panel.
When the entry is complete, press [OK] or [Next].
To enter a diacritical mark, press and hold a character button with [...] shown. When a diacritical mark appears, press
the character you want to enter.
The screen below shows an image when holding down the "a" button.
Item
Description
1
Text entry field
Displays the entered characters.
2
The number of entered characters/the
maximum number of characters that
can be entered
Indicates the maximum number of characters that can be entered
and the number of entered characters.
3
Back Space button
Deletes a character just before the cursor.
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3. Basic Operations
• Switching the Entry Mode (Numbers
1
Alphabetic Characters)
It is impossible to enter the alphabet.
Press [Alpha] or [Symbol].
Please enter the alphabet from the touch panel.
• Deleting an Entered Character
To delete the character to the left of the cursor, press the
(CLEAR) button.
To clear characters you entered in a row, press and hold the
(CLEAR) button.
[RU] may be shown in case of Russian, and [EL] in case of Greek. In case of other languages, only [Alpha] and
[Symbol] may be shown.
• Switching the Entry Mode (Uppercase
1
Lowercase)
Press the button to switch between the uppercase and lowercase characters.
• Deleting an Entered Character
1
Use the
(back space) button on the touch panel or the
(CLEAR) button
on the operator panel.
The character before the cursor ( ) is deleted.
To delete an entered character, move the cursor to the right of the character. To move the cursor, press [
or [
].
]
Entering with the Numeric Keypad
You can enter the numbers labeled on each key.
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3. Basic Operations
Turning the Machine On or Off
Turning the Machine On
This section describes how to turn on and off the machine.
1
Press the power switch for approximately a second.
• Turning the Machine On
• Turning the Machine Off
When the machine is turned on, the power switch LED lamp lights up.
2
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The home screen appears when the machine is ready.
3. Basic Operations
After a while, the machine automatically turns off, and the power switch LED lamp goes
out.
Turning the Machine Off
• Check that the machine is not receiving data before shutting down.
• Press and hold the power switch for 5 seconds or more to force shut down the machine. Use this method only if a
problem occurs.
For troubleshooting of this machine, see "Troubleshooting".
1
What You Should Do If You Do Not Use This Machine for an Extended
Period of Time
Press the power switch for approximately a second.
If you do not use this machine for an extended period of time due to holidays, trips, or other
reasons, unplug the power cord from the outlet.
This machine does not have functional failures if the power cord is unplugged for an extended period of time (four
weeks or more).
The "System moves to shutdown. Please confirm status when status LED is blinking."
message is displayed on the touch panel, and the power switch LED lamp flashes at
approximately one-second intervals.
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3. Basic Operations
Loading Paper
About Paper Types That Can be Loaded
This chapter describes various information about paper that can be loaded in a paper tray of
this machine.
• Available paper types
To set paper type and weight, press [Device Settings] > [Paper Setup] and press the tray you
want to use, and then select [Media Type] or [Media Weight].
• Recommended paper
• About Paper Sizes, Weight, and Number of Sheets That Can be Loaded
Available paper types
• About Paper Types That Can be Loaded
To perform high-quality printing, be sure to use the supported paper types that satisfy
requirements, such as material, weight, or paper surface finishing. Use digital photo print
paper.
• Loading Paper in Tray 1/2/3
• Loading Paper in the MP Tray
• Paper Storage
If you print on paper that is not recommended by Oki Data, check the print quality and the
movement of the paper thoroughly in advance to ensure that there are no problems.
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3. Basic Operations
• Paper type
• Label
Paper size (mm) (The value enclosed with brackets is indicated
in inches.)
A4
210 x 297
A5
148 x 210
A6
105 x 148
B5
182 x 257
B6
128 x 182
B6 Half
64 x 182
Letter
215.9 x 279.4 (8.5 x 11)
Legal 13
215.9 x 330.2 (8.5 x 13)
Legal 13.5
215.9 x 342.9 (8.5 x 13.5)
Legal 14
215.9 x 355.6 (8.5 x 14)
Executive
184.2 x 266.7 (7.25 x 10.5)
Statement
(5.5 x 8.5)
8.5" SQ
(8.5 x 8.5)
Folio (210 x 330 mm)
210 x 330
16K (184 x 260 mm)
184 x 260
16K (195 x 270 mm)
195 x 270
16K (197 x 273 mm)
197 x 273
Index Card
(3 x 5)
4x6inch
(4 x 6)
5x7inch
(5 x 7)
Custom size
Width: 64 to 216
Length: 90 to 1321
Paper weight
Paper size (mm) (The value enclosed with brackets is indicated
in inches.)
64 to 220 g/m2 (17 to 58 lb)
For duplex printing, 64 to 176 g/m2
(17 to 47 lb)
Monarch
98.4 x 190.5 (3.875 x 7.5)
Com-9
98.4 x 225.4 (3.875 x 8.875)
Com-10
104.8 x 241.3 (4.125 x 9.5)
DL
110 x 220 (4.33 x 8.66)
C5
162 x 229 (6.4 x 9)
210 x 297
Letter
8.5 x 11 (215.9 x 279.4)
0.1 to 0.2 mm
• Other type of paper
Paper type
If you set paper that is 148 mm
(5.8 inches) wide or narrower,
printing becomes slower.
Paper size
Paper weight
Partly-printing paper
Subject to plain paper
64 to 220 g/m2 (17 to 58 lb)
Color paper
Subject to plain paper
64 to 220 g/m2 (17 to 58 lb)
About Paper Sizes, Weight, and Number of Sheets That Can be Loaded
Available paper sizes and types, and tray capacity are as follows.
• Tray 1
Available paper size
A4
A5
A6*1
B5
B6*1
Letter
Legal (13 inches)
Legal (13.5 inches)
Legal (14 inches)
Executive
Statement*1
8.5" SQ (8.5 x 8.5 inches)
Folio (210 x 330 mm)
16K (184 x 260 mm)
16K (195 x 270 mm)
16K (197 x 273 mm)
Custom size*2
• Envelope
Paper size (mm) (The value enclosed with brackets is indicated
in inches.)
A4
Paper weight
Paper weight
Envelopes must be made of paper of
85 g/m2 (24 lb), and their flaps must
be folded.
Tray capacity
250 sheets
(if paper weight is 80 g/m2)
Paper weight
Light
(64 to 74 g/m2)
Medium Light
(75 to 82 g/m2)
Medium
(83 to 90 g/m2)
Medium Heavy
(91 to 104 g/m2)
Heavy
(105 to 120 g/m2)
Ultra Heavy1
(121 to 176 g/m2)
*1 Paper cannot be used for duplex printing.
*2 Width: 100 to 216 mm (3.9 to 8.5 inches), Length: 148 to 356 mm (5.8 to 14 inches)
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3. Basic Operations
• Tray 2/3 (Optional)
Available paper size
A4
A5
B5
Letter
Legal (13 inches)
Legal (13.5 inches)
Legal (14 inches)
Executive
8.5 SQ (8.5 x 8.5 inches)
Folio (210 x 330 mm)
16K (184 x 260 mm)
16K (195 x 270 mm)
16K (197 x 273 mm)
Custom size*1
*1 Paper cannot be used for duplex printing.
*2 Width: 64 to 216 mm (2.5 to 8.5 inches), Length: 90 to 1,321 mm (3.5 to 52 inches)
Tray capacity
530 sheets
(if paper weight is 80 g/m2)
Paper weight
Light
(64 to 74 g/m2)
Medium Light
(75 to 82 g/m2)
Medium
(83 to 90 g/m2)
Medium Heavy
(91 to 104 g/m2)
Heavy
(105 to 120 g/m2)
Ultra Heavy 1
(121 to 176 g/m2)
Recommended paper
The machine supports a variety of print media, including a range of paper weights and sizes.
This section describes how to choose and use media. To obtain the best performance, use
75 to 90 g/m2 plain paper that is designed for use in copiers and laser printers. Use of heavily
embossed or very rough textured paper is not recommended. Pre-printed stationery can be
used, but the ink must not offset when exposed to the high fuser temperatures used in the
printing process.
• Envelopes
Envelopes must be free from twists, curls or other deformations. The envelopes must also
be of the rectangular flap type, with glue that remains intact when subjected to hot roll
pressure fusing in the machine. Window envelopes are not suitable.
*1 Width: 148 to 216 mm (5.8 to 8.5 inches), Length: 210 to 356 mm (8.3 to 14 inches)
• MP Tray
Available paper size
A4
A5
A6*1
B5
B6*1
B6 Half*1
Letter
Legal (13 inches)
Legal (13.5 inches)
Legal (14 inches)
Executive
Statement*1
8.5 SQ (8.5 x 8.5 inches)
Folio (210 x 330 mm)
16K (184 x 260 mm)
16K (195 x 270 mm)
16K (197 x 273 mm)
Index card (3x5 inches)*1
4x6inch*1
5x7inch*1
Custom size*2
Com-9*1
Com-10*1
Monarch*1
DL*1
C5*1
• Labels
Tray capacity
100 sheets
(if paper weight is 80 g/m2)
10 sheets (envelopes)
Labels must be of the type recommended for use in copiers and laser printers, in which the
base carrier page is entirely covered by labels. Other types of label stocks may damage the
machine due to the labels peeling off during the printing process.
Paper weight
Light
(64 to 74 g/m2)
Medium Light
(75 to 82 g/m2)
Medium
(83 to 90 g/m2)
Medium Heavy
(91 to 104 g/m2)
Heavy
(105 to 120 g/m2)
Ultra Heavy1
(121 to 176 g/m2)
Ultra Heavy2
(177 to 220 g/m2)
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3. Basic Operations
Loading Paper in Tray 1/2/3
4
Fan a stack of paper well, and then align the edges of the paper.
5
Load paper with the print side face down.
The procedure when loading paper in Tray 1 is used as an example, and the same procedure
applies to Tray 2/3 (optional).
1
Pull the paper cassette out.
Do not load paper above the "
2
Slide the paper guide (a) to the width of paper to be loaded.
6
3
" mark on the paper guide.
Slide the paper stopper (b) to the length of paper to be loaded.
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Secure the loaded paper with the paper guide.
3. Basic Operations
7
Push the paper cassette until it stops.
Loading Paper in the MP Tray
• Do not press down the paper or hold the paper to pull while printing on the paper fed from the MP tray. To stop
printing, open the output tray.
For instructions on how to remove paper, see "If Paper Jams Occur".
• If you open and close the MP tray vigorously, the paper feed roller of MP tray may fall and get in the way of loading
paper. If the paper feed roller of MP tray has fallen, raise the paper feed roller of MP tray before loading paper.
8
9
10
11
12
1
Open the MP tray forward by inserting your finger into the front recess.
2
Pull out the paper support by holding the center part of it.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press the tray in which paper is loaded.
Set [Paper Size], [Media Type], and [Media Weight].
Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
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3. Basic Operations
3
6
Open the sub support.
Insert the paper with the print side up until its edge touches the paper feed
entrance.
Do not load paper above the "
4
" mark.
Adjust the manual feeding paper guide to the width of paper to be loaded.
When a printer is in the power saving mode, press the
(Power Save) button to restore from the mode.
7
Set [Paper Size], [Media Type], and [Media Weight] on the paper setup
screen.
8
Press [Close].
• Do not load paper in different sizes, types, or weights.
5
Make sure that the paper feed roller stays in the proper position.
• When adding sheets of paper, remove paper loaded in the MP tray, bundle the whole batch of sheets, and align
edges of sheets to load them.
If the paper feed roller has fallen, push it upward and fix it.
• Do not insert objects other than paper in the MP tray.
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3. Basic Operations
Paper Storage
Store paper under the following conditions to maintain quality.
• Inside a cabinet or other dry and dark place
• On a flat surface
• Temperature: 20°C
• Humidity: 50% RH (relative humidity)
Do not store paper in the places as shown below:
• Directly on the floor
• Where paper is exposed to direct sunlight
• Near the inside of an exterior wall
• On an uneven surface
• Where static electricity may be generated
• Where temperature excessively rises high and temperature rapidly changes
• Near this machine, an air conditioner, a heater, or duct
• Do not unwrap paper until just before you use.
• Do not leave paper unwrapped for a long period. Doing so may result in printing problems.
• Depending on the print media, environment, storage conditions, the print quality may deteriorate or printout may get
curled.
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4
Print
Printing from a Computer (Windows)
Printing from a Computer (Mac OS X)
Cancelling a Print Job
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Print
”WordPad" for Windows and "TextEdit" for Mac OS X are used as examples. The screens and steps may vary depending on the application.
4. Print
Printing from a Computer (Windows)
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
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1
2
3
Open the file to print.
4
Click [Preferences].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the printer driver.
4. Print
5
Change the settings in each tab to suit your needs.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1
2
3
4
6
7
Click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] Screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the PS printer driver.
Click [Preferences].
4. Print
5
Change the settings in each tab to suit your needs.
6
7
Click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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4. Print
Printing from a Computer (Mac OS X)
For Mac OS X
You can set a paper size, paper tray, and paper weight, and paper type with the printer driver.
• For Mac OS X
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1
2
Open the file to print.
3
4
5
Select the machine from [Printer].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the paper size from [Paper Size].
Change the settings on each panel to suit your needs.
4. Print
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box for Mac OS X10.8.5 to 10.11, click [Show Details] at the
bottom of the dialog box.
6
Click [Print].
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4. Print
Cancelling a Print Job
To cancel an ongoing print job, press the
(STOP) button on the operator panel.
To cancel jobs in the print queue, select jobs from the job list displayed on the touch panel to
delete. To cancel printing, follow the steps below.
• The pages that are ready to be printed on this machine cannot be cancelled.
• If the operator panel indicates that printing is in progress for a long time, delete the print job from the computer.
1
2
3
4
5
Press the
(STATUS) button on the operator panel.
Press the [Device Information] tab.
Press [Job List].
Select the job you want to delete, and press [Delete].
Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen.
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4. Print
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver
Windows PCL Printer Driver
• [Setup] Tab
This section describes screens and functions of the printer drivers.
• Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Windows PS Printer Driver
• Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Item
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Description
1
Driver Setting
Saves your settings.
2
Image layout
Displays a sample image for the set layout.
3
Media
Specifies the paper size, type, weight, paper feed method, or other
settings.
4
Finishing Mode
Specifies the multi-page printing, booklet printing, poster printing, or
other settings.
5
2-Sided Printing (Duplex)
Specifies this setting when you want to perform duplex printing.
6
Orientation
Specifies the printing direction.
7
Color Setting
Switches between color printing and monochrome printing.
8
Toner saving
Decreases the print density to save toner.
9
About
Displays the version of the printer driver.
10
Default
Resets the settings on the tab to their default settings.
4. Print
• [Job Options] Tab
• [Extend] Tab
Item
Description
Item
Description
1
Quality
Specifies the resolution for printing.
1
Watermarks
Specifies when you want to use stamp print.
2
Scale
Specifies the enlargement/reduction rate for printing.
2
Overlays
3
Copies
Specifies the number of copies to print.
Sets when printing print formats which are registered to the printer
beforehand as overlays.
4
Job Type
Specifies the print type.
3
Fonts
Specifies TrueType fonts and printer fonts.
4
User Authentication
Specifies the user authentication.
5
Advanced
Sets other printing settings.
6
Default
Resets each setting value in the tab to its default setting value.
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4. Print
• [Paper/Quality] Tab
Windows PS Printer Driver
• [Layout] Tab
Item
Item
Description
1
Orientation
Specifies the printing direction.
2
Print on Both Sides
Specifies this setting when you want to perform duplex printing.
3
Page Order
Specifies a page order to print.
4
Page Format
Specifies the number of pages that is printed on a sheet of paper and
booklet printing.
5
Image layout
Displays a sample image for the set layout.
6
Advanced
Allows you to set detailed settings for print quality and a paper size.
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Description
1
Tray Selection
Changes the paper feed tray.
2
Color
Selects Color or Black & White.
3
Advanced
Allows you to set detailed settings for print quality and a paper size.
4. Print
• [Job Options] Tab
Item
9
Default
Description
Resets the settings on the tab to their default settings.
• [Color] Tab
Item
Description
1
Quality
Specifies the resolution for printing. If you set [Toner Saving], the
print density decreases to save toner.
2
Job Type
Specifies the job type and the number of copies to print. [Job Type
Option] can be used if [Store to Shared Print] or [Private Print] is
selected. If you select the [Collate] check box, multiple documents
are printed in units of copies.
Item
Description
1
Color Mode
Specifies the color adjustment for color printing.
2
Toner Saving
Saves toner when printing.
Advanced
Sets some other printing settings.
3
Fit to Page
If you select the [Resize document to fit printer page] check box, a
document is printed on paper of a different size.
3
4
Color Swatch
Starts Color Swatch Utility.
4
Watermarks
Specifies when you want to use stamp print.
5
Default
Resets the settings on the tab to their default settings.
5
Overlays
Sets when printing print formats which are registered to the printer
beforehand as overlays.
6
Advanced
Sets other print options.
7
User Auth
Specifies the user authentication.
8
About
Displays the version of the printer driver.
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4. Print
• [Color Matching] Panel
Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
• [Layout] Panel
Item
Item
Description
1
Pages per Sheet
Selects the number of pages that is printed on a sheet of paper.
2
Layout Direction
Specifies the layout that is applied when printing multiple pages on a
sheet of paper.
3
Border
Specifies a type of a boundary.
4
Two-Sided
Specifies when performing duplex printing.
5
Reverse page orientation
Reverses the direction of a page to print by selecting this check box.
6
Flip horizontally
Flips left and right to print by selecting this check box.
Description
1
ColorSync
Specifies the ColorSync function.
2
In printer
Performs color matching with this machine.
3
Profile
Specifies a profile.
• [Paper Handling] Panel
Item
1
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Collate pages
Description
Prints in units of copies by selecting this check box.
4. Print
Item
• [Cover Page] Panel
Description
2
Pages to Print
Specifies pages to print.
3
Page Order
Specifies a page order to print.
4
Scale to fit paper size
Prints to fit a paper size. Enlarges or reduces to fit the output paper
size.
Enlarges or reduces a document to fit the output paper size by
selecting this check box.
5
Destination Paper Size
Selects the output paper size when the [Scale to fit paper size] check
box is selected.
6
Scale down only
Only reduces a document to fit the output paper size by selecting
this check box.
• [Paper Feed] Panel
Item
Item
Description
1
All Pages From
Specifies the paper feed tray. If you specify [Auto Select], a tray is
automatically selected.
2
First Page From
Select this setting to print only the first page from the specified tray.
3
Remaining From
Select this setting to print the remaining pages from the specified
tray.
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Description
1
Print Cover Page
Specifies the cover printing.
2
Cover Page Type
Specifies a string when printing the cover.
3
Billing Info
This function is not available.
4. Print
• [Color] Panel
• [Print Options] Panel
Item
Description
1
Grayscale
Specifies to use monochrome printing.
2
Color
Specifies alignment to color mode when printing in color.
Item
1
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Quality1, Quality2, Feed, Paper
Description
Specifies the print quality, toner saving, paper type, etc.
4. Print
• [User Authentication] Panel
Item
• [Secure Print] Panel
Item
Description
1
Use User Authentication
Select this check box if you set user authentication when printing.
2
User Name
The user name for user authentication.
3
Password
The password for user authentication.
4
Authentication type
Specify an authentication type to be used.
5
Summary Account
Specify an account name and type.
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Description
1
Job Type
Specifies the job type. [Job Type Option] can be used if [Shared
Print] or [Private Print] is selected.
2
Job Type Option
Specify a job name to be displayed on the touch panel and password
required when printing.
4. Print
• [Supply Levels] Panel
Item
1
Consumables
Description
Displays the remaining amount of consumables.
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4. Print
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Print
Item
Item
Description
Description
1
Stationary button area
Displays buttons that appear on the screen at all times.
2
Title and operation guide area
Displays the title of the current screen and provides guide for possible
operations.
3
Paper Feed
Specifies the tray to set the copy paper.
Duplex
Prints on the both sides of paper.
1
Stationary button area
Displays buttons that appear on the screen at all times.
4
2
Title and operation guide area
Displays the title of the current screen and provides guide for possible
operations.
5
Fit
Prints adjusting the page size to fit the selected paper.
6
Color Mode
Specifies color mode to copy a document.
3
Main area
Displays shortcut buttons for using certain print functions.
7
Register to Job Macro
Registers current settings to Job Macro.
4
[Shared Print]
Prints shared documents saved on the machine.
8
Select Print file
Select files to print.
5
[Private Print]
Prints private documents saved on the machine.
9
Copies
Specifies the number of copies to make.
6
[Print From USB Memory]
Prints a print data stored in USB Memory directly.
10
Reset
Returns the settings for the current copy job to their default settings.
7
[Google Cloud Print]
Prints a print data received from Google Cloud Print manually.
11
Device Settings
Specifies various settings such as Administrator Setting.
8
[Offline]
Switches this machine offline.
9
[RESET]
Returns the settings for the current print job to their default settings.
10
[Device Settings]
Specifies various settings such as Administrator Setting.
11
[Online]
Switches this machine online.
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5
Maintenance
Replacing Consumables
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine
This category describes consumable replacements and cleaning to ensure a comfortable use of the machine for a longer life.
5. Maintenance
Replacing Consumables
Cautions When Replacing Consumables
Observe the following cautions when replacing.
This category describes how to replace toner cartridges and image drums.
• Cautions When Replacing Consumables
• Replacing the Toner Cartridges
Do not throw the toner or toner cartridge into a fire. The toner will scatter,
resulting in burns.
• Replacing the Image Drum
• Replacing the Image Drum and Toner Cartridge at the Same Time
Do not store a toner cartridge in a location where it is exposed to open
flames. The toner may ignite, resulting in fire or burns.
Do not vacuum spilled toner with an electric vacuum cleaner. Vacuuming
spilled toner with an electric vacuum cleaner may result in ignition due to
sparks from electric contacts or other reasons. If toner spills on the floor or
other places, wipe the toner with a damp rag or other cloth.
Some parts inside the machine become very hot. Do not touch the
locations around a "CAUTION HOT" label. Burns may result.
Keep toner cartridges out of the reach of children. If a child accidentally
swallows toner, immediately seek medical advice.
If you inhale toner, gargle with a large amount of water, and move to a
place with fresh air. Seek medical advice if necessary.
If toner lands on your hands or other areas of skin, wash thoroughly with
soap and water.
If toner gets into your eyes, immediately rinse with a large amount of
water. Seek medical advice if necessary.
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5. Maintenance
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
When the "[COLOR] Toner Low" message ("[COLOR]" indicates C (cyan), M (magenta), Y
(yellow) or K (black)) which appears on the display screen, prepare a replacement toner
cartridge.
If you swallow toner, spit it out. Seek medical advice if necessary.
When the "[COLOR] Toner Empty" appears and printing stops, replace the toner cartridge.
When handling a paper jam or replacing toner cartridges, use care not to
let your clothes or hands get dirty with toner. If toner lands on your clothes,
wash with cold water. If toner gets hot by washing with hot water or other
methods, the toner will stain the fabric and become impossible to remove.
Even if the cyan (blue), magenta (red) or yellow toner cartridges run out, you can print in black and white by selecting
[Monochrome] or [Grayscale]. However, please replace the toner cartridge quickly after it runs out, as not doing so
may cause the image drum to be damaged.
Do not disassemble the image drum or toner cartridge. You may inhale the
scattered toner, or the toner may land on your hands or clothes, making
them dirty.
• Have a new toner cartridge ready, as the print quality declines after more than one year following breaking the seal.
Store used toner cartridges by putting them into a bag while using care not
to scatter the toner.
• If you replace the toner cartridge/image drum while it is being used, the toner consumption will not be counted
normally.
• By opening and closing the output tray after the message "[COLOR] toner has run out" is displayed, you are able to
print. Please replace the toner cartridge as failure to do so may damage the image drum.
• Toner powder may spill if you remove a toner cartridge before the toner runs out.
• Use Oki Data genuine consumables to ensure optimum performance of the products.
• Charges for services for problems caused by the use of consumables other than Oki data genuine consumables are
incurred, regardless of the warranty or in the maintenance contract. (Although the use of non-genuine consumables
does not always result in problems, use extra care when using them.)
1
2
Prepare new toner cartridges.
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
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3
4
5
Identify an empty toner cartridge by its label color.
6
Unpack a new toner cartridge.
7
Shake the cartridge several times vertically and horizontally.
8
Remove the tape (d) from the toner cartridge.
9
Insert a new toner cartridge (c) by aligning its left side indentation (e) with the
protrusion (f) on the image drum so the toner cartridge and image drum color
labels align. Then insert the right side gently into place.
Pinch the tip of blue lever (b) of the toner cartridge and turn it toward you until
the tip aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
Lift the toner cartridge (c) from right side, and remove it from the machine.
Burns may result.
Never throw a used image drum or toner cartridge into a fire. They may explode, and
the toner inside may fly off and cause burns.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
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5. Maintenance
10
Do not insert a toner cartridge without removing the tape.
Hold the cartridge, pinch the tip of blue lever (b) of the toner cartridge, and turn
forward until the tip aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
• If you close the output tray without turning the blue lever when installing the toner cartridge into the image
drum, it may cause a malfunction. Be sure to turn the blue lever until its top aligns on the lug in the back of the
toner cartridge.
• If the toner cartridge is not securely attached, printing quality may deteriorate.
11
Wipe the lens of the LED head with a soft tissue paper lightly.
Do not use solvents, such as methyl alcohol or thinners. They damage the LED head.
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5. Maintenance
12
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Replacing the Image Drum
When the "[COLOR] Image Drum Near Life" message appears on the display screen,
prepare a replacement image drum. If you continue printing, the message "[COLOR] Image
Drum Life" will be displayed and printing will stop.
When the "Please install new Image Drum Unit." message is displayed and printing stops,
replace the image drum.
When using A4 paper (simplex printing), the estimated replacement cycle of an image drum
is approximately 30,000 pages. This estimation assumes the standard use condition (three
pages are printed at a time). Printing one page at a time reduces the drum lifetime
approximately by half.
The actual number of printed pages may be less than half the above estimation depending
on the printing conditions.
13
Please recycle toner cartridges.
• The actual number of pages you can print with the image drum depends on how you use the machine. It may be less
than half the above estimation depending on the printing conditions.
• Printing quality may deteriorate after 1 year following the unpacking of the toner cartridge. Replace the toner cartridge
with a new one.
If you have to dispose of used toner cartridges, put them into polyethylene bags or other container, and be sure to
follow the regulations or instructions of your local government.
• Although opening and closing the output tray may extend the life of an image drum for a while, it is recommended to
replace it soon after the "Install New image drum" message is displayed.
• When [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [System Setup] > [Near Life Status] on the touch panel
is set to [Disable], the "[COLOR] Image Drum Near Life" message does not appear.
• Use Oki Data genuine consumables to ensure optimum performance of the products.
• Charges for services for problems caused by the use of consumables other than Oki data genuine consumables are
incurred, regardless of the warranty or in the maintenance contract. (Although use of non-genuine consumables does
not always result in problems, use extra care when using them.)
This section describes how to replace the image drum when you want to continue using the
toner cartridge.
• If you use a new image drum with the toner cartridges currently in use, the remaining amount indication of the toner
cartridges will not display correctly. The messages "[COLOR] Image Drum Near Life" or "[COLOR] Image Drum Life"
may also be displayed soon after replacement.
• Use extra care when handling the image drum (the green cylinder), because it is fragile.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or strong light (approximately 1,500 lux or more). Even under room
lighting, do not leave the image drum for 5 minutes or more.
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5. Maintenance
5
Hold the cartridge, pinch the tip of blue lever (c) of the toner cartridge, and turn
it toward you until the tip aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
6
Lift the toner cartridge (d) from the right side, and remove it from the image
drum.
7
8
Unpack a new image drum and place it on a flat surface.
You can set when to display the "[COLOR] Image Drum Near Life" message. Press [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup]
> [User Install] > [Drum Near Life Timing] on the touch panel to change the setting. Available values are from 500 to
3,000 (in 500 increments).
1
2
3
4
Prepare new image drum.
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Identify the image drum that reached its lifetime by its label color.
Remove the image drum (b) from the machine and place the image drum on a
flat surface.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
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Remove the desiccant pack.
5. Maintenance
9
10
11
Remove the toner cover.
Hold the cartridge, pinch the tip of blue lever (g) of the toner cartridge, and turn
forward until the tip aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
Insert the toner cartridge (d) removed in step 6 by aligning its left side
indentation (e) with the protrusion (h) on the image drum so that the toner
cartridge and image drum color label align. Then insert the right side gently
into place.
If you close the output tray without turning the blue lever when installing the toner cartridge into the image drum,
it may cause a malfunction. Be sure to turn the blue lever until its top aligns on the lug in the back of the toner
cartridge.
12
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Check the label color of the new image drum and place the drum into the
machine.
5. Maintenance
13
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Replacing the Image Drum and Toner Cartridge at the Same
Time
This section describes how to replace the image drum and toner cartridge with new ones at
the same time.
• Use extra care when handling the image drum (the green cylinder), because it is fragile.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or strong light (approximately 1,500 lux or more). Do not leave the
image drum for 5 minutes or more even under room light.
1
2
Prepare new image drum and toner cartridge.
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
14
Please recycle image drums.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
If you must dispose of an image drum, put it in a plastic bag or similar container and dispose of it in accordance
with your municipality's ordinances or guidelines.
3
4
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Identify an empty toner cartridge by its label color.
Remove the image drum (b) from the machine and place it on a flat surface.
5. Maintenance
7
Remove the toner cover.
8
Unpack a new toner cartridge.
9
Shake the cartridge several times vertically and horizontally.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
Burns may result.
Never throw a used image drum or toner cartridge into a fire. They may explode, and
the toner inside may fly off and cause burns.
5
6
Unpack a new image drum and place it on the flat surface.
Remove the desiccant pack.
10
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Remove the tape (c) from the toner cartridge.
5. Maintenance
11
Insert a new toner cartridge (d) by aligning its left side indentation (e) with the
protrusion (f) on the image drum so that the toner cartridge and image drum
color label align. Then insert the right side gently into place.
If you close the output tray without turning the blue lever when installing the toner cartridge into the image drum,
it may cause a malfunction. Be sure to turn the blue lever until its top aligns on the lug in the back of the toner
cartridge.
For the installation method, refer to "Replacing the Toner Cartridges".
12
Hold the cartridge, pinch the tip of blue lever (g) of the toner cartridge, and turn
forward until the tip aligns on the lug of the cartridge.
13
Check a label color of a new image drum and place the drum into the machine.
14
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
15
Please recycle image drums and toner cartridges.
If you must dispose of an image drum, put it in a plastic bag or similar container and dispose of it in accordance
with your municipality's ordinances or guidelines.
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5. Maintenance
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine
Cleaning the LED Head
Clean the LED head if vertical white lines appear, images are faded, or the periphery of
letters are smudged in the printouts.
This section describes how to clean the machine and parts.
• Cleaning the LED Head
• Do not use solvents, such as methyl alcohol or thinners, because they may damage the LED head.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or strong light (approximately 1,500 lux or more). Even under room
lighting, do not leave the image drum for 5 minutes or more.
1
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
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5. Maintenance
2
Wipe the four lenses of the LED heads with a soft tissue paper lightly.
3
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
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6
Troubleshooting
If Paper Jams Occur
Print Problems
If an Error Message is Displayed on the Operator Panel
6. Troubleshooting
If Paper Jams Occur
If the Error Code is "370", "371", "372"
This section describes how to handle when a paper jam occurs. Check the error code on the
operator panel and see the corresponding page.
1
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
• If the Error Code is "370", "371", "372"
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
• If the Error Code is "380", "381", "382", "385", "389"
• If the Error Code is "390"
• If the Error Code is "391", "392", "393"
• If the Error Code is "409"
2
Remove the four image drums from the machine and place the image drums
on a flat surface.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
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6. Troubleshooting
3
Cover the removed image drums with paper so that the image drums are not
exposed to light.
4
Pull out the jammed paper gently to the rear of the machine (the direction of
the arrow) if an edge of jammed paper can be seen.
5
If paper jams in the fuser unit, press the jam release lever (b) on the fuser unit
and slowly pull the jammed paper toward you.
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6
Tilt back the lock levers on the both sides of the fuser unit toward you.
7
Hold the fuser unit handle and lift the fuser unit out of the machine.
6. Troubleshooting
8
Tilt back the lock levers on the both sides of the belt unit toward you and
remove the belt unit by holding the lock levers.
9
Remove the jammed paper slowly by pulling the edge of paper.
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10
Hold the lock levers of belt unit and place the belt unit into the machine.
11
Turn the lock levers on the both sides of the belt unit forward.
6. Troubleshooting
12
Hold the fuser unit handle and place the fuser unit into the machine.
13
Tilt the lock levers on the both sides of the fuser unit.
14
Replace the four image drums into the machine
15
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Task is complete.
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6. Troubleshooting
If the Error Code is "380", "381", "382", "385", "389"
1
3
Cover the removed image drums with paper so that the image drums are not
exposed to light.
4
Remove the jammed paper slowly by pulling the edge of paper.
5
If paper jams in the fuser unit, press the jam release lever on the fuser unit and
slowly pull the jammed paper toward you.
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
2
Remove the four image drums from the machine and place the image drums
on a flat surface.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
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6. Troubleshooting
6
Tilt back the lock levers (c) on the both sides of the fuser unit toward you.
8
If jammed paper remains in the machine, hold the both sides of the paper to
remove it gently.
7
Hold the fuser unit handle and lift the fuser unit out of the machine.
9
Hold the fuser unit handle and place the fuser unit into the machine.
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6. Troubleshooting
10
Tilt the lock levers (c) on the both sides of the fuser unit.
11
Put all four image drums back into the machine.
12
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Task is complete.
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6. Troubleshooting
If the Error Code is "390"
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
1
If paper is loaded on the MP tray, remove the paper.
2
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
4
Cover the removed image drums with paper so that the image drums are not
exposed to light.
5
Open the transparent cover inside the machine, remove the jammed paper
slowly by pulling the edge of paper.
Burns may result.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
3
Remove the four image drums from the machine and place the image drums
on a flat surface.
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6. Troubleshooting
6
Put all four image drums back into the machine.
7
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
8
When loading paper on the MP tray, load the paper with the print side face up.
Task is complete.
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6. Troubleshooting
If the Error Code is "391", "392", "393"
3
Replace the paper cassette into the machine.
4
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
A paper jam has occurred while feeding paper from a paper tray.
If paper jams occur frequently, clean the paper feed rollers. For details, refer to "Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (Tray
1/Tray 2/Tray 3) (Advanced Manual)".
This procedure uses Tray 1 as an example.
1
2
Pull out the cassette of the indicated tray.
Remove the jammed paper.
If jammed paper cannot be found, check the positions of paper guides and paper stopper in the tray and ensure
that paper is correctly loaded.
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6. Troubleshooting
5
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
If the Error Code is "409"
Task is complete.
1
Close the rear output tray.
2
Press the button (A) and open the output tray (a) completely.
Burns may result.
Opening and closing the output tray starts printing.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
3
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Remove the four image drums from the machine and place the image drums
on a flat surface.
6. Troubleshooting
6
If paper jams in the fuser unit, press the jam release lever on the fuser unit and
slowly pull the jammed paper toward you.
7
Tilt back the lock levers on the both sides of the fuser unit toward you.
While removing consumables, be careful not to hit them to the LED head.
4
Cover the removed image drums with paper so that the image drums are not
exposed to light.
5
Remove the jammed paper slowly by pulling the edge of paper.
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6. Troubleshooting
8
Hold the fuser unit handle and lift the fuser unit out of the machine.
9
Tilt the lock levers on the both sides of the belt unit toward you and remove the
belt unit by holding the lock levers.
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10
Remove the jammed paper slowly by pulling the edge of paper.
11
Hold the lock levers of belt unit and place the belt unit into the machine.
6. Troubleshooting
12
Turn forward the lock levers on the both sides of the belt unit.
13
Hold the fuser unit handle and place the fuser unit into the machine.
14
15
Put all four image drums back into the machine.
16
Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the output tray for
confirmation.
Tilt the lock levers on the both sides of the fuser unit.
Task is complete.
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6. Troubleshooting
Print Problems
Unable to Print
• Common to Windows and Mac OS X
This section describes problems with printing from a computer.
Cause
• If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
Solution
Reference
The machine is in Sleep mode or
Deep Sleep mode.
Press the
(POWER SAVE) button
to enter standby status.
The machine is turned off.
Turn the machine on.
A LAN cable or USB cable is
unplugged.
Check that the cable is plugged into
the machine and computer properly.
There may be a problem with a
cable.
Replace the cable with a new cable.
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The machine is offline.
Press the
(PRINT) button, and
then select [Online].
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Saving Power Consumption with
the Power Save Function
• For problems caused by an application, contact the manufacturer of the application.
• Unable to Print
Turning the Machine On
Connecting a LAN Cable/USB
Cable
An error message is displayed on the Check the error messages displayed
touch panel.
on the touch panel or press [?] on the
touch panel.
The interface setting is disabled.
Whether there is a consistency with
the machine's settings and the
network connection environment,
check the settings of the interface
that you are using on the operator
panel.
There is a problem with the print
function.
Check if the menu map can be
printed.
The power switch LED lamp quickly
flashes at approximately 0.3-second
intervals.
A malfunction may occur in the
machine. Unplug the power cord
immediately, and then contact your
dealer.
Error Message List
Connecting a LAN Cable/USB
Cable
Checking the Information of the
Machine (Advanced Manual)
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• For Windows
Cause
Solution
The machine is not set as the default Set the machine as the default
printer.
printer.
Right-click the [OKI C542 *] icon on
the [Devices and Printers] folder, and
then select [Set as Default Printer].
* Indicates the driver type. (ex. PCL6/
PS/XPS)
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Reference
6. Troubleshooting
Cause
Solution
Reference
The output port of the printer driver is Select the output port for connecting
incorrect.
the LAN cable or USB cable.
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The machine is processing data from Wait until printing is complete.
another interface.
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[Received invalid data] is displayed
on the touch panel and the machine
does not print.
Press [Device Settings], select
[Admin Setup] > [Print Setup] > [Print
menu] > [Printer Adjust] > [Timeout
Injob] on the touch panel, and then
select a longer time. The factory
default setting is 40 seconds.
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6. Troubleshooting
If an Error Message is Displayed on the Operator Panel
Error Message List
If an error occurs in this machine, an error message and/or an error code (a 3-digit number)
is displayed on the touch panel and
(STATUS) on the operator panel blinks or lights up.
Wait a moment. Network initializing ...
Press [Details] and clear the error following the onscreen instructions.
The network is being initialized.
Wait for a while until the machine connects to the network.
Checking File System
File system in the hard disk is being checked. Wait for a while.
Inspection is required. PU Flash Error
Turn the machine off, and then back on. If the same error occurs, contact your dealer.
Inspection is required. PU Communication Error
Turn the machine off, and then back on. If the same error occurs, contact your dealer.
Offline Mode
Press [Print] > [Online] on the touch panel. The
(STATUS) button turns off when the machine turns online.
Data present.
• Error Message List
Data remains unprinted. Wait for a while and if the message does not disappear, check the data.
Deleting data.
The job was cancelled or user is unauthorized. Wait for a while.
Warming up.
The machine is adjusting the temperature of the fuser unit. Wait for a while.
Preparing ...
Color registration and density are being adjusted. Wait for a while.
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6. Troubleshooting
Wait a moment. Executing maintenance.
Image Drum Near Life.
The programs on the machine are being updated.
Do not turn the machine off until the update completes.
The machine automatically restarts after the update completes.
The image drum indicated on the screen is near life. Have a new image drum ready.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Fuser Near Life.
Toner Low.
The fuser unit is near life. Have a new fuser unit ready.
The toner indicated on the screen is low. Have a new toner cartridge ready.
Belt Unit Near Life.
Waste Toner Full Replace with new Toner Cartridge.
The belt unit is near life. Have a new belt unit ready.
Waste toner is full. Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red)
Fuser Unit Life. Install New Fuser Unit.
C Non Recommended Toner.
The fuser unit reaches its lifetime.
Replace the fuser unit with a new one.
An optimum C (Cyan, blue) toner cartridge is not installed.
Use a toner cartridge that matches your machine.
Belt Unit Life. Install New Belt Unit.
M Non Recommended Toner.
The belt unit reaches its lifetime.
Replace the belt unit with a new one.
An optimum M (Magenta, red) toner cartridge is not installed.
Use a toner cartridge that matches your machine.
Toner empty. Replace with new Toner Cartridge.
Y Non Recommended Toner.
The toner indicated on the screen is empty. Replace the empty toner cartridge with a new one.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
An optimum Y (Yellow) toner cartridge is not installed.
Use a toner cartridge that matches your machine.
Toner Cartridge Not Installed.
K Non Recommended Toner.
A color toner cartridge indicated on the screen is not installed.
Install the toner cartridge.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
An optimum K (Black) toner cartridge is not installed.
Use a toner cartridge that matches your machine.
Image Drum Life. Please install new Image Drum Unit.
Error Postscript
The image drum indicated on the screen reaches its lifetime.
Replace the image drum with a new one.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
A postscript error has occurred. Please check data.
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6. Troubleshooting
[TRAY] empty.
Flash Error
No paper is loaded in the indicated tray. Load paper.
An error has occurred when firmware was being updated.
Contact the administrator.
File System is full.
Invalid print data received.
Memory in the file system is full.
Delete unnecessary files.
Invalid print data was received. To erase the message, press [Close].
If you performed private printing, the data was deleted because it was incomplete. Print again.
The File System is write-protected.
Received data has been discarded because Job Type is restricted.
The file you are trying to write is write-protected.
Check the file name.
Data whose job type is not defined in the acceptable job type settings was received. The data was discarded without
being processed.
Select a job type defined in the acceptable job type settings for [Job Type] of the printer driver and print again.
Insufficient page memory to collate.
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver
Insufficient memory error has occurred during collate printing.
Reduce the number of pages to print.
Feed print job manually. [MEDIA_SIZE]
Print on paper fed manually. Load paper in the MP tray.
Unauthorized user, job cancelled.
Unauthorized user attempted to print. Data was deleted. Contact your administrator to use this machine.
Please change [TRAY] paper, Set [MEDIA_SIZE] [MEDIA_TYPE]. Error:461, 462, 463
The size and type of fed paper do not match those indicated on the screen. Use the same size and type of paper
selected on the application.
File erasing ...
Stored document files are being deleted.
Wait for a while.
Please change MP Tray paper. Set [MEDIA_SIZE] [MEDIA_TYPE] Error:460
The size and type of paper loaded in the MP tray do not match those indicated on the screen. Make sure that the
size and type of paper loaded in the MP tray match those selected on the application.
Erased Data Full
Files supposed to be deleted are full. Erase the files.
Wait a moment. Network Configuration writing ...
Expired saved files have been deleted.
Network settings for this machine is changed. The new settings are being stored. Wait for a while.
Private printing files whose storage period expired were automatically deleted.
Wait a moment. Network initializing ...
Disk Read/Write Error
Network settings for this machine are initializing.
An error has occurred in the file system. Press [Close].
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6. Troubleshooting
Paper [TRAY] is empty Set [MEDIA_SIZE] Error: 490, 491, 492, 493
K Non Recommended Toner. Error: 553, 557, 617, 623
No paper is loaded in the indicated tray. Load paper of the displayed size.
The installed K (Black) toner cartridge is not optimum.
We recommend using an optimum toner cartridge.
[TRAY] cassette is missing. Open and Close the indicated cassette. Error: 440, 441,
430, 431, 432
Toner cartridge Not Installed. Error: 610, 611, 612, 613
A color toner cartridge indicated on the screen is not installed.
Install the toner cartridge.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
The tray is not installed. Install the cassette. If the cassette is already inserted, pull it out, and then insert it again.
Insufficient memory. Error: 420
Image Drum Sensor Error Check Image Drum. Error: 540, 541, 542, 543
Data is too complicated. Memory full error has occurred during processing. Reduce the volume of the print data.
A toner sensor error has occurred in the image drum indicated on the screen.
Uninstall the image drum, and then install it again.
If the message persists, uninstall the toner cartridge and install it again.
If the toner cartridge is not installed, install it.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Waste Toner Full Replace with new Toner Cartridge. Error: 415, 416, 417
Waste toner of the toner cartridge is full. Opening and closing the output tray can resume printing for a while, but it
may damage the image drum. Replace the toner cartridge with a new one as soon as possible.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red)
Paper Size Error. Reset Paper in [TRAY]. Error: 400
Toner empty. Replace with new Toner Cartridge. Error: 410, 411, 412, 413
Paper size error has occurred in the indicated tray. Make sure that the size of paper loaded in the tray matches the
[Paper Size] setting set on the operator panel. Load paper according to the paper size and direction set. If the
setting set on the operator panel is wrong, cancel printing first, set the right paper size from [Paper Size] on the
operator panel, and then print again.
Make sure that the cassette does not feed multiple sheets of paper at a time after starting printing. If it happens,
remove paper, and then load paper correctly.
The indicated cartridge ran out of toner.
Opening and closing the output tray can resume printing for a while, but it may damage the image drum. Replace
the toner cartridge with a new one as soon as possible.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
C Non Recommended Toner. Error: 552, 556, 616, 622
Paper jam has occurred. Please open Output Tray to remove paper. Error: 390
The installed C (Cyan, blue) toner cartridge is not optimum.
We recommend using an optimum toner cartridge.
Paper jammed via the paper feed path from the MP tray. Remove jammed paper.
If the edge of the jammed paper is not visible, open the output tray and remove the paper.
M Non Recommended Toner. Error: 551, 555, 615, 621
Paper jam has occurred. Pull out the [TRAY] cassette and then remove the paper.
Error: 391, 392, 393
The installed M (Magenta, red) toner cartridge is not optimum.
We recommend using an optimum toner cartridge.
A paper jammed via the paper feed path from the indicated tray.
Pull out the cassette, and then remove paper. If multiple sheets of paper are fed at a time, remove paper and reload
paper.
Make sure that the paper stoppers are set in the right position.
Y Non Recommended Toner. Error: 550, 554, 614, 620
The installed Y (Yellow) toner cartridge is not optimum.
We recommend using an optimum toner cartridge.
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6. Troubleshooting
A paper jam has occurred under the image drum or around the fuser unit. Please
remove paper. Error: 380, 381, 382, 383, 385, 389
Belt Unit Life. Install New Belt Unit. Error: 355
A paper jam has occurred inside the machine.
Open the output tray and remove jammed paper.
The belt unit reaches its lifetime.
Replace the belt unit with a new one.
Opening and closing the output tray can resume printing for a while. Replace with a new one as soon as possible for
maintaining the print quality.
Paper jam has occurred under the belt unit or around the fuser unit. Please remove
paper. Error: 370, 371, 372
The Fuser Unit is not installed correctly. Reset Fuser Unit. Error: 348
The fuser unit is not properly installed. Remove and re-install the fuser unit. If the error persists after re-installing,
replace the fuser unit with a new one.
A paper jam has occurred inside the machine.
Open the output tray and remove jammed paper.
Waste Toner Full. Install New Belt Unit. Error: 356
Image Drum Life. Please install new Image Drum Unit. Error: 350, 351, 352, 353
Waste toner of the belt unit is full. Replace the belt unit with a new one. Opening and closing the output tray can
resume printing for a while. Replace with a new one as soon as possible for maintaining the print quality.
The image drum indicated on the screen reaches its lifetime.
Replace the image drum with a new one.
Opening and closing the output tray can resume printing for a while. Replace with a new one as soon as possible,
however.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Toner cartridge not properly installed. Error: 544, 545, 546, 547
A color toner cartridge indicated on the screen is not installed.
Make sure that the lever on the toner cartridge is fully turned and the protective tape is removed.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Image Drum Life. Please install new Image Drum Unit. Error: 560, 561, 562, 563, 564,
565, 566, 567
The image drum indicated on the screen reaches its lifetime.
Replace the image drum with a new one.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Image Drum not properly installed. Check Image Drum. Error: 340, 341,342, 343
The indicated image drum is not installed correctly.
Remove and re-install the image drum.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Image Drum Life. Please install new Image Drum Unit. Error: 680, 681, 682, 683
Printing has stopped because the image drum indicated on the screen reached its lifetime. Replace with a new
image drum to print.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
The Fuser Unit is not installed correctly. Reset Fuser Unit. Error: 320
The fuser unit is not properly installed. Remove and re-install the fuser unit.
Fuser Unit Life. Install New Fuser Unit. Error: 354
Belt Unit not installed correctly. Re-set the Belt Unit. Error: 330
The fuser unit reaches its lifetime.
Replace the fuser unit with a new one.
Opening and closing the output tray can resume printing for a while. Replace with a new one as soon as possible for
maintaining the print quality.
The belt unit is not properly installed. Remove and re-install the belt unit.
[COVER] Open. Error: 310
Indicated cover is open. Close the cover.
Error: 310 the output tray.
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6. Troubleshooting
Power OFF/ON
Please insert USB Memory.
Turn the machine off, and then back on.
If the same error occurs, contact your dealer.
Print from USB Memory was attempted with USB Memory not inserted.
Insert USB Memory.
Inspection is required.
[TRAY] cassette missing.
Turn the machine off, and then back on.
If the same error occurs, contact your dealer.
The cassette in the indicated tray is pulled out.
Install the cassette.
Please check SMTP settings.
Access Limitation Error Monochrome printing was performed due to the color printing
limitation.
Cannot connect to the SMTP server. Check the network settings.
A color print job was converted to a mono print job due to an unauthorized user. Contact your administrator for color
printing.
Please check POP3 settings.
Cannot connect to the POP3 server. Check the network settings.
Access Limitation Error Data was deleted due to the color printing limitation.
A color print job was deleted due to an unauthorized user. Contact your administrator for color printing.
SMTP Login failed.
An attempt to log into the SMTP server ended up an authentication error.
Check the network settings.
Restricted access error Data deleted due to printing restrictions.
A print job was deleted due to an unauthorized user. Contact your administrator for printing.
SMTP Auth. Unsupported
Incompatible USB device connected. Remove the connected USB device.
The SMTP server does not support the authentication system.
Check the network settings.
An unsupported USB device is connected. Remove the USB device.
POP3 Login failed.
Please remove the connected USB device. USB device has not been recognized.
An attempt to log into the POP3 server ended up an authentication error.
Check the network settings.
The connected USB device was not recognized. Remove the USB device.
Please remove the USB Hub. USB Hub is connected.
Getting target IP failed. Please Check DHCP settings.
A USB hub is connected. Remove the USB hub. This machine does not support USB hub.
The DHCP server cannot be detected. Check the network connection.
Job Log Database Error
Please check DNS settings.
A data base access error has occurred while writing or reading the job log. Turning the machine off and on may
resolve the problem.
To erase the message, press [Close].
Cannot connect to the DNS server. Check the network connection.
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6. Troubleshooting
Job Log Buffer Full(Delete old logs)
USB Memory disconnected.
Old job logs were deleted, because job log buffer was full.
The USB Memory was removed while printing from USB Memory. Do not remove USB Memory while printing is in
progress.
A decoding error occurred. Check the image data.
Cannot open the file.
An error has occurred in the image data sent to this machine. Check the image data.
The specified file could not be Opened. Check the file.
Process has been canceled as there is no space on the device. Please free up enough
memory space by reducing usage and try again.
Cannot read the file.
Files could not be read. Check the device where the files are stored.
Processing data was cancelled due to memory full.
Reduce the usage on the device to ensure available memory, and then retry.
Image Drum Sensor Error.
Process has been canceled by a device error. After maintenance or change of the
device, please try again.
The toner sensor error has occurred in the image drum indicated on the screen.
Uninstall the image drum, and then install it again.
If the message persists, uninstall the toner cartridge and install it again.
Processing data was cancelled because an error occurred on the device.
Repair or replace the device, and then retry.
Rear Output Tray is open, so 2-sided printing is disabled. Error code: 581
Deleting data.
2-sided printing failed because the rear output tray is open.
Close the rear output tray and tray again.
This machine ran out of color toner. Color print data is being deleted.
Wait for a while.
Error PDF
Printing was stopped. Rear Output Tray was opened during printing. Open the Output
Tray. Error code: 409
The PDF file is damaged.
Check the file.
The rear output tray was moved while duplex printing.
Close the rear output tray and remove the jammed paper remaining inside of the unit.
This PDF file is password protected.
Toner empty. Replace with new Toner Cartridge.
This PDF file is password protected. Enter a password to print.
The indicated cartridge ran out of toner.
Replace the empty toner cartridge with a new one.
Valid password required to print document.
Wait Timeout in menu is disabled. Printing is disabled except by USB. Clear page
buffer and enable time out in menu.
This PDF needs authentication. Enter a password to print.
Wait Timeout is disabled.
No communication with the SNTP server.
Obtaining current time from the SNTP server failed. Check the server.
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6. Troubleshooting
Wireless settings are incomplete.
Replace the image drum. [PAGES] Pages Left.
Wrong values are set or items remain unset in the wireless LAN settings. Check the wireless settings.
The image drum indicated on the screen reaches its lifetime.
Replace the image drum with a new one.
C: Cyan (blue), M: Magenta (red), Y: Yellow, K: Black
Not connected to wireless access point.
Receiving data timeout.
No wireless LAN access points are found.
Make sure that the access point is turned on.
Disconnect and re-connect to wireless LAN.
Data could not received within a certain period of time.
Set a longer data reception timeout value.
Wireless startup failed.
IPv4 address is conflicted. Please change IPv4 address.
Turn the machine off, check that the wireless LAN module is correctly installed, and then reboot the machine. If the
error persists, contact your dealer.
The IP address assigned to this machine is duplicated with that of another device.
Check the IP addresses, and then assign another IP address.
Firmware Update Error Please try again. If network doesn't work, please try firmware
update over USB.
Simplex printing was performed as the paper setting did not allow duplex printing.
Duplex printing is not available on the specified paper.
Check the size and thickness of paper.
Press [Close].
Updating the firmware failed. Update again.
Registering with Google Cloud Print. Don't turn off the power until registration is
complete.
Changing Language. Panel operation is disabled.
This machine is being registered to the Google Cloud Print service. Wait for a while.
Display language is being changed.
Wait for a while.
Deleting from Google Cloud Print.
Language Change Failed. Error num: %CODE%
This machine is being removed from the Google Cloud Print service. Wait for a while.
Switching display languages failed. Press the
Caution, unknown Consumable detected Go to User Manual "Trouble Shooting" to
restore operation Error: 709
Detected an abnormality of internal database. The data must be deleted. After pressing
[Format], the data will be deleted, and then reboot.
You can use any consumables in your product, but you must accept the risks of using non-genuine consumables.
If the use of non-genuine consumables causes damage to the product or results in your product not functioning to its
full specification, then such damage or effect on the product is not covered by warranty.
To accept these risks and to restore function;
Data base is beyond restoration.
To delete the data base, press [Format].
(1) Turn off your product.
(2) Press and hold the
(CLEAR) button and turn your product on.
(3) After start up, release the
(Power) button to turn the machine off, and then back on.
(CLEAR) button.
Note: This operation will be recorded for future reference.
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6. Troubleshooting
Cannot print because your Summary Account balance is 0. User name for Printing:
[USERNAME] Summary Account Name for Insufficient Balance: [ACCOUNTNAME]
To continue the print job, increase the balance and select [Start]. To increase the
balance, please contact the device administr. To cancel the print job, select [Cancel].
The number of print jobs excesses the limit. No more print jobs are authorized. Contact your administrator.
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7
Operating Management/Specifications
Changing the Administrator Password
Saving Power Consumption with the Power Save Function
Specifications
This section describes how to manage the machine and its specifications.
7. Operating Management/Specifications
Changing the Administrator Password
It is recommended to change the administrator password to protect your security. Set the
administrator password using from 6 to 12 alphanumeric characters. Be careful not to forget
the set password.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
8
Press
or
several times and press [Manage Unit].
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Password].
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Enter a new password, and then press [OK].
Enter the password again.
Press [OK].
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7. Operating Management/Specifications
Saving Power Consumption with the Power Save
Function
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Power Save
Mode
The machine has three Power Save modes: Power Save, Sleep, and Deep Sleep.
In Power Save mode, the display screen turns off and the power saving indicator lights up or
blinks.
Press the
(POWER SAVE) button to enter Power Save mode.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
Press
After being left unoperated for a certain period of time (a minute by factory default), the
machine automatically enters Power Save mode.
After being left unoperated for a certain period of time (15 minutes by factory default) in
Power Save mode, the machine enters Sleep mode, Deep Sleep mode.
• For details on how to change the idle time before entering Power Save mode, see "Setting the Length of Idle Time
Before Entering Power Save Mode".
• For details on how to change the idle time before entering Sleep mode, see "Setting the Length of Idle Time Before
Entering Sleep Mode".
Press the
(POWER SAVE) button to recover from Power Save mode. The machine also
recovers from Power Save mode, when some data is received from a computer or another
device.
• Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Power Save Mode
• Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Sleep Mode
• Restrictions in Power Saving Function
• Automatically Turning the Machine Off (Auto Power Off)
• Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Auto Power Off Works
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Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times and press [Manage Unit].
Press [Power Save].
Press [Power Save Time].
Select transition time.
7. Operating Management/Specifications
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Entering Sleep Mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Restrictions in Power Saving Function
The machine does not enter Sleep mode in the following case.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
• When an error occurs on the machine
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
• Access Control in the Access Control settings is enabled and Local IC Card or LDAP IC
Card in the Authentication Method is enabled.
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The machine does not enter Deep Sleep mode in the following cases.
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Press
or
• IPSec is enabled
several times and press [Manage Unit].
• A TCP connection is established
Example: A connection is established with Telnet or FTP.
Press [Power Save].
When the transition time to enter Sleep mode or Deep Sleep mode from Power Save
mode elapses and the connection is disconnected, the machine enters Sleep mode.
Press [Sleep Time].
• E-mail reception is enabled
Select transition time.
• Wireless LAN is enabled
• Google Cloud Print is enabled
• LLTD is enabled
• IPv6 Global Address is assigned
In Deep Sleep mode, you cannot use the following protocols to print.
• NBT
In Deep Sleep mode, you cannot search or set by using the following functions and
protocols.
• NBT
In Deep Sleep mode, the following protocols that have the client function do not operate.
• E-mail alert*2
• SNMP Trap
• WINS*1
• SNTP*2
*1
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The elapse time in Deep Sleep mode is not included in the intervals of WINS update
time.
WINS regular updates are not performed in Deep Sleep mode, possibly resulting in
names that are registered in the WINS server being deleted.
7. Operating Management/Specifications
*2
The elapse time in Deep Sleep mode is not included in the intervals of the e-mail alert
notification time and the intervals of the NTP server update time.
Automatically Turning the Machine Off (Auto Power Off)
The machine equipped with the Auto Power Off function which automatically turns the power
off if the machine is left unoperated for a certain period of time.
In a network environment where a large number of packets are sent, the machine
automatically exits Deep Sleep mode to Sleep mode and responds.
There are three options for the Auto Power Off setting and [Auto Config] is set by factory
default.
Also, if a terminal that runs searches with Bonjour, such as Mac or iPhone, is connected to
the same network, the machine automatically exits Deep Sleep mode to Sleep mode and
responds.
• [Auto Config]: The machine automatically turns off after being left unoperated for a certain
period of time unless the machine is in the following conditions.
This machine automatically enters Deep Sleep mode after a certain period of time.
- A LAN cable is connected to the network interface connector.
- Wireless LAN is enabled.
• [Enable]: If you do not use the machine for a certain period of time, the machine
automatically turns off.
• [Disable]: Disables the Auto Power Off function. The machine does not automatically turn
off.
The machine does not automatically turn off in the following case.
• When an error has occurred
Follow the steps below to change the Auto Power Off setting.
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1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
Press
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times and press [User Install].
Press [Power Setup].
Press [Auto Power Off].
Select the value.
7. Operating Management/Specifications
Setting the Length of Idle Time Before Auto Power Off Works
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
Press
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times and press [Manage Unit].
Press [Power Save].
Press [Auto Power Off Time].
Select transition time.
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7. Operating Management/Specifications
Specifications
General Specifications
This section describes the specifications of the machine.
Item
C542/ES5442
CPU
ARM Processor (667MHz)
Memory
DDR3 32bit 1GB
• General Specifications
ROM
3GB
• Printing Specifications
Weight (including consumables)
approx. 24 kg
• Network Specifications
Dimensions (W x D x H)
427 x 571 x 279 mm
• Wireless LAN Specifications (Option)
Power supply
N36302A: 120V AC +7/-10
N36302B: 230V AC +/-10
Power consumption
Operating condition
Typical operation
N36302A: 670 W / N36302B: 640 W
Idle
90 W
Peak
N36302A: 1220 W / N36302B: 1250 W
Power save mode
Less than 14 W
Sleep mode
Less than 7.8 W
Deep Sleep mode
Less than 1.1 W
Auto power off mode
Less than 0.5 W
Operating
Temperature :10 - 32°C, Humidity : 20 - 80% RH
Idle
Interface
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Temperature : 0 - 43°C, Humidity : 10 - 90% RH
USB 2.0, Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T,
Host USBx2
IEEE802.11 b/g/n/a Wireless LAN (Option)
Display
Color touch panel 7 inches, WVGA (800 x 480)
Supported OS
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows Server 2012 R2/
Windows 8/Windows Server 2012/Windows 7/
Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows Server
2008
Mac OS X 10.8.5 to 10.11
7. Operating Management/Specifications
Item
Printing Specifications
Item
Dry electrophotographic recording method with LED (Light-emitting
diode)
Page-description language
PostScript 3, PCL5c, PCL6 (XL), EPSON FX, IBM ProPrinter, XPS,
PDF (v1.7 or earlier)
Resident fonts
PCL: 91 European fonts
PS: 80 European fonts
Resolution
1200 x 1200 dpi, 600 × 600 dpi
Color
Yellow, Magenta, Cyan, Black
Print speed
• A4
Simplex: Up to 30 ppm
Duplex: Up to 16 ppm (mono), 14 ppm (color)
• Letter
Simplex: Up to 31 ppm
Duplex: Up to 16 ppm (mono), 14 ppm (color)
First print out time
Paper size
• Tray 1
250 sheets (less than 80 g/m2), total thickness 25 mm or lower.
• MP tray
100 sheets (less than 80 g/m2) and total thickness 10 mm or lower,
10 envelopes (85 g/m2).
• Additional tray unit (optional)
530 sheets of Standard paper /80 g/m2 and total thickness 53 mm or
lower.
Output method
Face up/Face down
Paper output capacity
• Output Tray
150 sheets (less than 80 g/m2)
• Rear Output Tray
100 sheets (less than 80 g/m2)
Print guaranteed area
6.35 mm or more from the paper edge (not applicable to special media
such as envelopes)
Print precision
Print beginning: ± 2 mm, paper skew: ± 1 mm/100 mm
Image expansion: ± 1 mm/100 mm (80 g/m2)
Warm-up time
• From power on
35 seconds (at room temperature 25°C)
• From sleep mode
38 seconds (at room temperature 25°C)
Usage Environment Conditions
• When in operation
10 - 32°C/ Relative Humidity of 20 - 80% (maximum wet bulb
temperature of 25°C, maximum dry bulb temperature of 2°C)
• When not in operation
0 - 43°C/ Relative Humidity of 10 - 90% (maximum wet bulb
temperature of 26.8°C, maximum dry bulb temperature of 2°C)
Conditions for the guarantee of print quality
• Operating Range
Temperature 10°C, humidity 20 to 80% RH
Temperature 32°C, humidity 20 to 60% RH
Humidity 20% RH, temperature 10 to 32°C
Humidity 80% RH, temperature 10 to 27°C
• Full-color Print Quality Assured Range
Temperature 17 to 27°C, humidity 50 to 70% RH
Consumables
Toner cartridges, Image drums, Belt unit, Fuser unit
C542/ES5442
Printing method
Color
Approx. 7.5 seconds (A4)
Mono
Approx. 7.5 seconds (A4)
Tray 1
Legal 13/13.5/14, Letter, Executive, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Statement,
8.5 SQ, Folio, 16K (197 x 273 mm, 195 x 270 mm, 184 x 260 mm),
Custom size
Additional tray unit
(Optional)
Legal 13/13.5/14, Letter, Executive, A4, A5, B5, 8.5 SQ, Folio, 16K
(197 x 273 mm, 195 x 270 mm, 184 x 260 mm), Custom size
MP Tray
Legal 13/13.5/14, Letter, Executive, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, B6 Half,
Statement, 8.5 SQ, Folio, Index card (3x5inches), 4 x 6 inches,
5 x 7 inches, Banner up to 1321 mm (52 inches), 16K (197 x 273 mm,
195 x 270 mm, 184 x 260 mm), C5, DL, Com-9, Com-10, Monarch,
Custom size
Duplex Printing
Legal 13/13.5/14, Letter, Executive, A4, A5, B5, 8.5 SQ, Folio, 16K
(197 x 273 mm, 195 x 270 mm, 184 x 260 mm), Custom size
Custom size
• Tray 1
100 - 216 mm (W), 148 - 356 mm (L) (3.9 - 8.5 inches (W), 5.8 14.0 inches (L))
• Additional tray unit (optional)
148 - 216 mm (W), 210 - 356 mm (L) (5.8 - 8.5 inches (W), 8.2 14.0 inches (L))
• MP tray
64 - 216 mm (W), 90 - 1321 mm (L) (2.5 - 8.5 inches (W), 3.5 52 inches (L))
• Duplex
148 - 216 mm (W), 210 - 356 mm (L) (5.8 - 8.5 inches (W), 8.2 14.0 inches (L))
Media type
Plain paper (64 g/m2- 220 g/m2), Envelopes, Label
Feeding method
Automatic feeding from Tray 1, MP tray and Additional tray unit
(optional)
Manual feeding from MP tray
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C542/ES5442
Paper loading capacity
7. Operating Management/Specifications
Network Specifications
Item
Interface
Protocol
Wireless LAN Specifications (Option)
C542/ES5442
Item
Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T, IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n Wireless
LAN
TCP/IPv4, TCP/IPv6, NetBIOS over TCP, LPR, Port9100, IPP, FTP, HTTP,
TELNET, SMTP, POP3, SNMPv1/v3, DHCP, DHCPv6, DNS, DDNS, UPnP,
WINS, Bonjour, SNTP, LLTD, Web Services Discovery (WSD), SSL/TLS,
IPSec, LDAPv3, Kerberos, IEEE802.1X, AirPrint, Google Cloud Print
C542/ES5442
Wireless LAN standard
IEEE802.11a/b/g/n conformity (2.4 GHz / 5 GHz)
Security
Disable, WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP
Regulatory wireless LAN statements
- FCC Statement
- IC Statement
- Europe-CE Declaration of conformity.
FCC statement
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
IC statement
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS
standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
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7. Operating Management/Specifications
cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference
that may cause undesired operation of this device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux la partie 15 des règles de la FCC et CNR d'Ubdustrie
Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux
deux conditions suivantes : (1) I'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) I'utilisateur
de I'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est
susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B] est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Caution (FCC/IC):
5.15-5.25 GHz band is restricted to indoor operations only.
La bande 5150-5250 MHz est restreints à une utilisation à l'intérieur.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines and RSS-102 of
the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment should be installed and operated
keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or more away from person's body.
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux rayonnements énoncées pour un
environnement non contrôlé et respecte les règles les radioélectriques (RF) de la FCC lignes
directrices d'exposition et d'exposition aux fréquences radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de
l'IC. Cet équipement doit être installé et utilisé en gardant une distance de 20 cm ou plus
entre le dispositif rayonnant et le corps.
Europe - CE Declaration of Conformity
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of the European Union directive
1999/5/EC.
The telecommunications functionality of this product may be used in the following EU and
EFTA countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak
Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
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