Panasonic DPC262, DPC322 Operating instructions

Panasonic DPC262, DPC322 Operating instructions
Product
Overview
Operating Instructions
(For Basic Operations)
DP-C262/C322
Before operating this machine, please read this manual completely
and keep this manual for future reference.
(Illustration shows optional accessories that may not be installed on your machine.)
English
Appendix
Problem Solving
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
Scanning/
Email
(Option)
Printing
Model No.
Copying
Digital Colour Imaging Systems
Operating Instructions
Product Overview
The following Operating Instruction manuals are included with this machine. Please refer to the appropriate manual
and keep all manuals for future reference. If you lose the manual, contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Operating Instructions (For Setting Up)
This manual contains essential information for
setting up the machine.
Accessories
Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations)
This manual contains essential information for
proper operation of the machine.
It describes basic Copy, Print, Facsimile/Internet
Fax, Scan/Email, and other functions.
For a more detailed explanation of each function,
please refer to the Operating Instruction manuals
included on two CD-ROM as illustrated below.
Operating Instructions CD
Contains manuals with detailed information for Copy,
Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email Functions,
Function Parameters.
Document Management System CD
Contains the PDMS Application Software, and
manuals with detailed information for the Print
function, and PDMS Application software.
Operating Instructions CD
Copy Function
Print Function
Describes how to make a Colour Copy
with creative features.
Describes how to print with colour,
change default printer settings, or
describes the course of action to take
when a problem message appears, etc.
Facsimile and Internet Fax Function
(When the optional G3 Fax Board/
Internet Fax Module is installed.)
Describes how to send/receive a Facsimile/
Internet Fax, or describes the course of action
to take when a trouble message appears, etc.
Scan and Email Function
(When the optional Network Scanner/
Email Module, Page Memory and Main
Memory are installed.)
Describes how to scan, send an Email.
Function Parameters
Describes how to change the default
settings of each function using the
Control Panel of the machine.
User Authentication
Describes how to enable and use the
user authentication function.
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Document Management System CD
Application Software
Describes how to use the application
software.
Ex: Web Device Monitor, Panafax
Desktop, Document Manager/
Viewer, Client Device Monitor,
Network Config/Add Editor,
Network Setup Tool, Embedded
Web Launcher
Product
Overview
Useful Office Function
Colour Touch Panel
• Easy operation using the Colour Touch Panel Display.
• Control Panel viewing angle is adjustable to 4 practical
positions.
ATTENTION
● Be sure to use only genuine SD Memory Card
(up to 1GB).
SD Card Slot
• The built-in SD Card Slot provides a quick
and convenient way to print directly from
the SD Memory Card.
(Ex: Pictures taken with a digital camera)
Control Panel Angle Adjustment
SD Card Slot, and PCMCIA/PC Card Slot
The Control Panel viewing angle is adjustable to 4
positions.
Release Lever
Standard built-in SD Card Slot, and PCMCIA/PC
Card Slot are conveniently located in the front of the
machine.
SD Card Slot
PCMCIA/PC
Card Slot
Pull the Release Lever to adjust the viewing angle.
SD Memory
Card
Normal
Position
2nd Position
(Ex: Use the 2nd
or 3rd position when the
reflection from the overhead light
interferes viewing the panel.)
3rd Position
Printing from the SD Card Slot, and PCMCIA/PC Card Slot
SD Card Slot : Used for SD Memory Card.
The files (TIFF or PDF*) or pictures
(JPEG format only) on the SD Memory
Card are displayed as Thumbnails on
the Touch Panel. Select the desired
Thumbnail(s) to print directly from the
card. (See pages 38-41)
PCMCIA/PC : Using a commercially available PCMCIA/
Card Slot
PC Card Adapter (Type II, 3.3 V Operating
Voltage Only), you can print files (TIFF or
PDF*) or pictures (JPEG format only)
stored on media other than SD Memory
Card by using the same Thumbnails
selection method. (See pages 38-41)
* Requires the optional Printer Controller
Module to be installed. (See page 99)
4th Position
(Ex: Use the 4th
position for viewing the panel
from a chair/wheelchair.)
Scan to SD Memory Card
The data scanned by this machine can be
stored directly to the SD Memory Card.
The SD logo is a trademark.
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Table of Contents
Product Overview
Product Overview
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Operating Instructions ................................. 2
Useful Office Function ................................. 3
Safety Information ....................................... 6
Precautions ................................................. 9
Outer/Inner View .......................................... 12
Control Panel ............................................... 13
Touch Panel Display
● Copy Function .................................................
● Scan/Email Functions (Option) .......................
● Facsimile/Internet Fax Functions (Option) ......
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Facsimile / Internet Fax
(Option)
■ Address Book (Facsimile)
● Creating an Address Book ..............................
50
■ Address Book (Internet Fax)
● Creating an Address Book ..............................
52
■ Placing Originals (Facsimile/Internet Fax)
● How to Place Originals ....................................
54
■ Sending Originals (Facsimile)
● Sending scanned data via Facsimile ..............
56
■ Sending Originals (Internet Fax)
● Sending scanned data via Internet Fax ..........
Copying
■ Placing Originals (Copy)
● How to Place Originals ....................................
● Basic Menu .....................................................
● More Menus ....................................................
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■ Reduction / Enlargement Copy
● Copying with Preset Ratios
(Reduction/Enlargement) ................................
26
■ 2-Sided Copy
● 1 -> 2 Copy, 2 -> 2 Copy .................................
● Book -> 2 Copy ...............................................
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30
■ N in 1 Copy .................................................. 32
■ Sort Copy / Finishing ................................... 34
■ Others
● Double Exposure .............................................
36
Printing
■ Printing from SD Memory Card / PC
● Printing images directly from
the SD Memory Card ......................................
● Printing from PC ..............................................
38
38
Scanning / Email (Option)
■ Scanning
● Scan to PC, Scan to SD Memory Card
or PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter ..........................
42
■ Address Book (Email)
● Creating an Address Book ..............................
46
■ Sending Email
● Sending the scanned data via Email ..............
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Problem Solving
18
■ Basic Copy Operation .................................. 20
■ Basic Menu & More Menus
48
58
■ Troubleshooting ........................................... 60
● Displaying Status ............................................
● Machine Care ..................................................
61
61
■ User (U) / Jam (J) / Machine (E) Error Codes
● User Error Codes (U Codes) /
Machine Error Codes (E Codes) .....................
● Jam Error Codes (J Codes) ............................
62
63
■ Adding Paper <Printing Media>
● Paper Tray / Sheet Bypass ..............................
64
■ Replacing Toner Cartridge ...........................
■ Replacing the OPC Drum Unit .....................
■ Replacing Toner Waste Container /
Cleaning the LSU Aperture Glass ................
■ Replacing the Staple (FQ-SS32) .................
■ Replacing the Staple (DQ-SS35) .................
■ Removing Misfed Paper
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Paper Feed Section (Paper Tray 1) .................
ADU Section ....................................................
Fuser/Exit Section ...........................................
Paper Transport Section ..................................
Paper Feed Section (Paper Tray 2) .................
Paper Feed Section
(Optional Paper Tray 3 or 4) ............................
● 1-Bin Finisher Section .....................................
● 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher Section ..............
● ADF Section ....................................................
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86
■ Dispose of the Punch Hole Residue ............ 88
■ Replacing the Battery .................................. 90
■ Setting the Date and Time ........................... 92
Product
Overview
Appendix
■ Specifications
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Main Unit .........................................................
ADF (Standard) ...............................................
PCL Printer Unit (Standard) ............................
Network Scanner (Option) ..............................
3rd/4th Paper Tray (Option) .............................
G3 Facsimile (Option) .....................................
Email / Internet Fax (Option) ...........................
1-Bin Finisher (Option) ....................................
1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher (Option) ..............
Punch Unit (Option) .........................................
Paper Type ......................................................
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Option and Supplies .................................... 99
Regulatory Information ................................ 100
Index ........................................................... 102
Glossary ...................................................... 104
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
This voluntary program specifies certain energy consumption and usage standards.
This product will automatically “power down” after a specified period of non-use. The
use of this ENERGY STAR® compliant product will reduce energy consumption and
ultimately benefit the environment.
The default functions can be adjusted depending on your office requirements.
Please ask your authorized Panasonic dealer for more details.
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Safety Information
Product Overview
For Your Safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life, read this section carefully before using the Panasonic DP-C262/C322 to
ensure proper and safe operation of your machine.
■ This section explains the Warnings and Cautions used in this Operating Instructions manual.
WARNING
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
■ This section also explains the graphic symbols used in this Operating Instructions manual.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure that must not be
performed.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure that must be
emphasized in order to operate the machine safely.
This symbol is used to alert operators to a heated surface that may cause burns and requires
close attention.
WARNING
Power and Ground Connection
Cautions
Ensure that the plug connection is free of dust.
In a damp environment, a contaminated
connector can draw a significant amount of
current that can generate heat and eventually
cause fire if left unattended over an extended
period of time.
Always use the power cord provided with your
machine. When an extension power cord is
required, always use a properly rated cord.
● 220 - 240 V / 6.5 A
If you use a cord with an unspecified current
rating, the machine or plug may emit smoke or
become hot to the touch.
Do not attempt to repair, pull, bend, chafe or
otherwise damage the power cord. Do not place
a heavy object on the cord. A damaged cord
can cause fire or electric shocks.
Never touch a power cord with wet hands.
Danger of electric shock exists.
If the power cord is damaged or insulated wires
are exposed, contact the authorized Panasonic
dealer for a replacement. Using a damaged cord
can cause fire or electric shocks.
When disconnecting the machine, grasp the
plug instead of the cord. Pulling on a cord
forcibly can damage it and cause fire or electric
shock.
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Stop operation immediately if your machine
emits smoke, excessive heat, unusual noise,
or abnormal smell, or if water is spilt onto the
machine. These conditions can cause fire.
Immediately switch Off and unplug the machine,
and contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Do not disconnect or reconnect the machine
while the power switch is in the On position.
Disconnecting a live connector can cause
arcing, consequently deforming the plug and
cause fire.
When the machine is not used over an extended
period of time, switch it Off and unplug it. If an
unused machine is left connected to a power
source for a long period, degraded insulation
can cause electric shocks, current leakage or
fire.
Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine
before accessing the interior of the machine for
cleaning, maintenance or fault clearance.
Access to a live machine’s interior can cause
electric shock.
Once a month, unplug the machine and check
the power cord for the following. If you notice
any unusual condition, contact the authorized
Panasonic dealer.
● The power cord is plugged firmly into the
receptacle.
● The plug is not excessively heated, rusted,
or bent.
● The plug and receptacle are free of dust.
● The cord is not cracked or frayed.
Product
Overview
Operating Safeguards
Do not touch areas where these caution labels
are attached to, the surface may be very hot and
may cause severe burns.
Do not place any liquid container such as a vase
or coffee cup on the machine. Spilt water can
cause fire or shock hazard.
Do not place any metal parts such as staples
or clips on the machine. If metal and flammable
parts get into the machine, they can short-circuit
internal components, and cause fire or electric
shocks.
If debris (metal or liquid) gets into the machine,
switch Off and unplug the machine immediately.
Contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Operating a debris-contaminated machine can
cause fire or electric shock.
Never open or remove machine covers that are
secured with screws unless specifically
instructed in the “Operating Instructions”. A highvoltage component can cause electric shocks.
Do not try to alter the machine configuration or
modify any parts. An unauthorized modification
can cause smoke or fire.
Consumable Safeguards
Never dispose of toner, toner cartridge or a toner
waste container into an open flame. Toner
remaining in the cartridge can cause an
explosion, burns and/or injuries.
Keep SD Memory Card/button battery/stamp
out of the reach of children. If a SD Memory
Card/button battery/stamp is swallowed
accidentally get medical treatment immediately.
CAUTION
Installation and Relocation
Cautions
Do not place the machine near heaters or
volatile, flammable, or combustible materials
such as curtains that may catch fire.
Do not place the machine in a hot, humid, dusty
or poorly ventilated environment. Prolonged
exposure to these adverse conditions can cause
fire or electric shocks.
Place the machine on a level and sturdy
surface that can withstand a weight of
the machine. (The machine weight without
optional unit : 164 kg) If tilted, the machine
may tip-over and cause injuries.
When relocating the machine, contact the
authorized Panasonic dealer.
When moving the machine, be sure to unplug
the power cord from the outlet. If the machine
is moved with the power cord attached, it can
cause damage to the cord which could result in
fire or electric shock.
Never touch a labelled area. You can get burnt.
If a sheet of paper is wrapped around the heat
roller, do not try to remove it yourself to avoid
injuries or burns. Switch Off the machine
immediately, and contact the authorized
Panasonic dealer.
Do not use conductive paper, ex: folding paper,
carbon paper and coated paper. When a misfed
paper occurs, they can cause a short circuit and
fire.
Do not place any heavy object on the machine.
An off-balance machine can tip-over or the
heavy object can fall, causing damage and/or
injuries.
Keep the room ventilated when using the
machine for an extended period of time to
minimize the ozone density in the air.
When copying with the ADF open, do not look
directly at the exposure lamp. Direct eye
exposure can cause eye fatigue or eye injury.
Do not place a magnet near the safety switch
of the machine. A magnet can activate the
machine accidentally, resulting in injuries.
When removing misfed paper, make sure that
no pieces of torn paper are left in the machine.
A piece of paper remaining in the machine can
cause fire. If a sheet of paper is wrapped around
the heat roller or when clearing a misfed paper
that is difficult or impossible to see, do not try
to remove it by yourself. Doing so can cause
injuries or burns. Switch Off the machine
immediately, and contact the authorized
Panasonic dealer.
Do not use a highly flammable spray or solvent
near the machine. It can cause fire.
Do not touch hot or heated areas. Touching hot
or heated areas may cause burns.
Operating Safeguards
When copying a thick original, do not use
excessive force to press it against the platen
glass. The glass may break and cause injuries.
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Safety Information
Product Overview
For Your Safety
CAUTION
Consumable Safeguards
Be sure to use the specified type of batteries
only.
Ensure that batteries are installed with correct
polarity. Incorrectly installed batteries can burst
or leak, resulting in spillage or injuries.
Caution on Toner Use
■ Avoid ingestion, inhalation, eye or skin contact.
● If ingestion occurs, drink several glasses of water to
dilute stomach contents.
● If inhalation occurs, exit the area immediately into
the fresh air.
● If skin contact occurs, wash thoroughly with soap and
water.
● If eye contact occurs, flush thoroughly with water.
● In all cases, seek medical treatment if adverse
symptoms occur.
■ When the toner cartridge is at the end of its life, do not
dispose of it into a fire. It can cause an explosion and
you can get burnt.
■ Keep the toner cartridge out of children’s reach. Store
in a cool and dry place (low humidity).
Do not unseal the toner cartridge unless you are ready
to use it.
Black Toner INGREDIENTS:
Stylene / butylacrylate copolymer
Mn-Mg-Sr ferrite powder Polyethyele
Carbon Black (1333-86-4) Amorphous silica
Cyan Toner INGREDIENTS:
Magenta
Stylene / butylacrylate copolymer
Toner
Mn-Mg-Sr ferrite powder Polyethyele Blue,
Yellow Toner Red or Yellow Pigment Amorphous silica
Others
■ The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against
lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your
neighborhood, keep enough distance from the machine,
also do not touch the machine until the lightning has
stops.
■ If you notice flickering or distorted images or noises on your
audio-visual units, your machine may be causing radio
interference. Switch it Off and if the interference disappears,
the machine is the cause of the radio interference. Perform
the following procedure until the interference is corrected.
● Move the machine and the TV and/or radio away from
each other.
● Reposition or reorient the machine and the TV and/
or radio.
● Unplug the machine, TV and/or radio, and replug them
into outlets operating on different circuits.
● Reorient the TV and/or radio antennas and cables
until the interference stops. For an outdoor antenna,
ask your local electrician for support.
● Use a coaxial cable antenna.
CAUTION
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
● TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SHOCK OR FIRE, USE ONLY NO. 26 AWG OR LARGER TELEPHONE LINE CABLE.
● DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE MACHINE BEFORE COVER(S) ARE REMOVED. REPLACE THE COVER(S)
BEFORE THE MACHINE IS RE-ENERGIZED.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
● DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT NEAR WATER, FOR EXAMPLE, NEAR A BATH TUB, WASH BOWL, KITCHEN SINK
OR LAUNDRY TUB, IN A WET BASEMENT OR NEAR A SWIMMING POOL.
● AVOID USING A TELEPHONE (OTHER THAN A CORDLESS TYPE) DURING AN ELECTRICAL STORM. THERE
MAY BE A REMOTE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK FROM LIGHTNING.
● DO NOT USE THE TELEPHONE TO REPORT A GAS LEAK IN THE VICINITY OF THE LEAK.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Product
Overview
Precautions
Precautions
■ Laser Safety
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel should attempt to
service this device due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
■ Caution Label
Caution
This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains
lead in some components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community
due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance:
<http://www.eiae.org >.
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Precautions
Product Overview
WARNING For U.K.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin
mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 13 amp
fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that
the replacement fuse has a rating of 13amps and that it
is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark on the
body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must
ensure that it is refitted when the fuse isreplaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until
a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse
cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic
Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE
FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUROFFICE
THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE
PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OFSAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS IN-SERTED INTO
ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring
code as shown below. If in any doubt please consult a
qualified electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow : Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As the colours of the wires in the main lead of this
appliance may not correspond with thecoloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed
as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must
be connected to the terminal in the plugwhich is marked
by letter E or by the safety Earth symbol “
“ or
coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is markedwith the letter N
or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured
BROWN must be connected to the
terminalin the plug which is
N
marked with the letter L or
coloured RED.
Installation
■ The maximum power consumption is 1.5 kW.
A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 6.5 A, 220-240 V
AC outlet is required. Do not use an extension cord.
The power cord on this machine must be used to disconnect
the main power.
Please ensure that the machine is installed near a wall
outlet and is easily accessible.
Caution Note: Unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet before removing covers.
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■ The machine should not be installed in areas with the
following conditions:
● Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.
Ambient conditions Temperature: 10-30 °C
Relative humidity: 30-80 %
● In areas with chemical fume concentration.
● With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).
● Direct exposure to sunlight or fluorescent light.
● In areas of high dust concentration.
● Directly in the air conditioning flow.
● In areas of poor ventilation.
● In areas with extreme vibration.
Caution
■ This product uses low frequency electromagnetic fields
and may cause harmful Interference to sensitive medical
implant devices. If you have a cardiac pacemaker or
implantable defibrillator, please consult your doctor for
additional suggestion or advice.
■ Do not use the machine near medical instruments.
Otherwise, it may cause erroneous operation and false
indications of the medical device.
■ Do not use the machine near automatic control
equipments (automatic door, fire alarm, etc.). The
electromagnetic fields may cause unintended operation.
Supplies
■ Store the toner and paper in a cool area with low
humidity.
■ Use of other than genuine Panasonic supplies can
damage the machine. This may void the warranty of the
machine and supplies. Be sure to use only genuine
Panasonic Toner designed for the machine.
■ Dispose of Toner Cartridge and OPC Drum Unit(s)
according to your local regulations.
Illegal Copies
It is unlawful to make copies of certain documents.
Copying certain documents may be illegal in your country.
Penalties of fines and/or imprisonment may be imposed
on those found guilty. The following are examples of items
that may be illegal to copy in your country.
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Currency
Bank notes and checks
Bank and government bonds and securities
Passports and identification cards
Copyright material or trademarks without the consent
of the owner
● Postage stamps and other negotiable instruments
This list is not inclusive and no liability is assumed
for either its completeness or accuracy.
In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel.
Notice:
Install your machine near a supervised area to prevent
illegal copies from being made.
Product
Overview
Handling
■ Control Panel
Do not lift or lean against the Control Panel. The Control
Panel can be broken which could result in injury.
■ Power Switch
● When you turn ON or OFF the Main Power Switch on
the Rear Side of the machine, turn ON or OFF the
Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine and
wait a few seconds, and then turn ON or OFF the
Main Power Switch.
● Do not turn off the Power Switch on the Left Side of
the machine or open the Front Cover during copying/
printing.
If you are not going to use the machine for long
periods of time, turn OFF the Power Switch on the
Left Side of the machine and wait a few seconds then,
turn OFF the Main Power Switch on the Rear Side of
the machine.
Main Power
Switch (Rear
Side)
ON ( )
OFF ( )
Power Switch
(Left Side)
■ Auto Image Density/ Colour Registration Adjustment
Function
This machine executes the following automatic
adjustment periodically. (approximately every 100
copies or print jobs) During the automatic adjustment
process, copy job/ print job will stop or jobs will be
waited approximately 60 seconds.
(1) Auto Image Density
To adjust the print density even.
(2) Colour Registration Adjustment
To adjust the colour registration.
■ Energy Saver (Power Save Mode, Sleep Mode)
You can set the machine to power save mode or sleep
mode while the machine is not in use. In power save
mode/sleep mode, the Energy Saver key flashes or
lights. Press the Energy Saver key to return the machine
to its former operating screen. For more details, refer to
General Settings (Key Operator) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) on provided CDROM.
● It is normal operation that the machine makes sounds
when switching into power save mode.
ON ( )
OFF (
)
■ Auto Reset Time
The initial setting for Auto Reset Time is 1 minute.
If you do not touch any key for 1 minute, the touch panel
display will be back to the initial screen of the active
function automatically. 20 seconds before resetting, the
“Continue” screen is displayed to extend the auto reset
time for another 1 minute.
If you wish to change Auto Reset Time, consult with
your Key Operator.
■ Dept. (Department) Code
When the Department Counter function is set up, the
Dept. (Department) Code input screen is displayed on
the Touch Panel Display. A registered Department Code
(1 to 8 digits) is required to gain access to each secured
function, or the secured Copy/Scanner function(s)
cannot be used. Please consult with the Key Operator
regarding the Department Code(s) for the desired
function.
Energy Saver key
Flashes: Power Save Mode
Lights : Sleep Mode
(Display will be unlit)
Modes
Power Save Mode
Sleep Mode
Warm Up Time
Approx. 15 sec.
Approx. 15 sec.
■ PCMCIA/PC Card Slot
PCMCIA/PC Card Connector inside the PCMCIA/PC
Card Slot is not supplied by Limited Power Sources.
■ Others
Panasonic is not responsible for data loss and any
consequence caused by computer virus infection or
external shocks.
How to enter the Dept. Code :
1 Input a registered department code (1 to 8 digits).
2 Press the Start key.
■ Maximum Copies Limitation
After setting the maximum allowed number of copies
for each department, consult with your Key Operator
when the total copy count reaches the designated limit
and the message appears on the Touch Panel Display.
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Outer/Inner View
Product Overview
<Outer (Right Side)>
<Outer>
Right Side Cover
ADF Cover
ADF (Automatic
Document Feeder)
Feed Cover 1
ADU Cover
Power Switch
ON
OFF
Sheet Bypass
SD Card / PC Card Slot
Cover
Control Panel
Optional
Feed Cover
Inner Output Tray
Front Cover
Feed Cover 2
Paper Tray 1, 2
Paper Tray 3, 4
(Option)
<Outer (Rear Side)>
1
2
4
3
<Inner>
Toner Cartridges (See pages 66 and 67)
Yellow
Magenta Cyan
Black
1
Toner Waste Container
(See pages 70 and 71)
OPC Drum Units
(Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black)
(See pages 68 and 69)
USB 2.0 Port
Used for local printing
2
LAN Port
Used for
network
connection
3
Telephone
Jack (Option)
Used for Fax
transmissions
4
Main Power
Switch
ON ( )
OFF ( )
Turn the Main Power Switch OFF when
it is not used for a long period of time.
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Product
Overview
Control Panel
1
2
3 4 5
6
18
17
16 15
No.
Icon
14 13
12
11
Contents
10
No.
Icon
9 8
7
Contents
1
Energy Saver key
10, 11 ,
Saves power while the machine is not
12
in use.
Machine Condition LED
Print Data, Status, Active (See page 14)
2
Touch Panel Display
Sets desired functions.
(See pages 15-17)
13
Printer On Line LED
Lights when Print function is available.
3
Interrupt key
Interrupts other copy job while making
copies.
14
Fax On Line LED
Lights when sending/receiving Facsimile
or Internet Fax.
4
Function key
Used for changing the initial function
values (default values).
15
5
Reset key
Resets all features to the initial screen
of the active function.
Print key
Used for printing directly from the SD
Memory Card (see pages 38-41),
printing contents from the Mailbox/
Secure Mailbox, deleting/changing the
jobs waiting to print, or setting the printer
On-line/Off-line.
For more details, refer to the Document
Management System (For PCL Printer
Driver) on the provided CD-ROM.
6
Keypad
Sets copy quantities, etc.
16
Scan/Email key
Used for Scanner or Email.
(See pages 42-49)
7
Stop key
Stops the jobs.
(Copy, Facsimile, Internet Fax, Scan,
Email)
17
Fax key
Used for Facsimile or Internet Fax.
(See pages 50-59)
8
Start key
Starts the jobs
(Copy, Facsimile, Internet Fax, Scan,
Email)
18
Copy key
Used for Copying.
(See pages 18-37)
9
Clear key
Clears the copy quantities, etc.
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Control Panel / Touch Panel Display
Product Overview
Touch Panel Display
Warning Indications
When the following Warning Indications
appear, correct the problem according to
the displayed message and instructions in
this manual.
Flashes : The machine may stop
operating.
To continue using the machine
temporarily, press any key.
Lights : The machine stops and will not
allow further operation.
Machine Condition LED
Flashes: When receiving print
data.
Lights: While printing.
Lights (Red):
When the machine stops due to
the following condition(s):
● No paper in the selected tray
or toner has run out.
● Paper has misfed, etc.
Lights (Orange):
When the machine alerts of the
following condition(s):
● No paper in the Tray. (Tray is
not selected)
● Toner is getting low, etc.
Call Service
Periodical service is required.
Call the authorized Panasonic
dealer.
Add Paper
Add paper to the Paper Tray or
the Sheet Bypass. (See pages
64-65)
Add Toner (Error Codes : U13)
Replace the Toner Cartridge.
(See pages 66-67)
Waste Toner (Error Codes :
U14)
Replace the Toner Waste
Container. (See pages 70-71)
Flashes: When the machine is
in operation.
Lights: When storing the
data.
ATTENTION
To adjust the brightness of the Touch Panel Display, press and
hold down the Clear key, and then press the 1 or 2 on the Keypad
repeatedly until the desired brightness is achieved.
14
To Brighten
Clear
and
1
To Darken
Clear
and
2
Product
Overview
Touch Panel Display
Copy Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
19
18
17
16
15
8
9
10
11
12
14 13
No.
Contents
No.
1
Function Indication
Indicates the function mode.
(Copy, Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email or Print)
10
Preset Jobs button
Stores or recalls the copy job(s).
2
Message Area
Indicates the message.
11
Output Queue button
Displays the active and reserved job(s).
3
Status button
Indicates the problem status. (See page 61)
12
4
Basic Menu button
Selects basic settings.
Completion Notice button
Displays the Job Completion Notice via a pop-up
window on your PC when the copy job is completed.
Refer to Completion Notice in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on the provided CD-ROM.
5
More Menus button
Selects additional settings.
13
Copy Size buttons
Selects a copy size with preset ratio.
6
Copy Mode Indication
Indicates the Copy Mode and Density.
14
Original Size buttons
Selects an original size manually.
7
Copy Count Indication
Indicates the copy quantities.
15
Paper/Output Tray button
Selects a Paper/Output Tray of copied paper
(Option).
When the desired size of paper is not set in the
Paper Tray, use the Sheet Bypass. (See pages 64
and 65)
16
Confirm Settings button
Displays the selected copy job(s).
17
Paper/Output Tray Indication
Optional paper tray or finisher is required.
18
Paper Source Message
Indicates the selected paper size/type.
19
Copy Image Indication
Displays the copy image.
8
Quality Adj. button
Sets the copy quality.
(Original type, Density, etc.)
9
Proof Set button
Makes one proof copy before proceeding a multiset copy with various settings.
Contents
15
Touch Panel Display
Product Overview
Scan/Email Functions (Option)
1
2
3
4
15
6
7
14
13
12
11
16
5
10 9
8
No.
Contents
No.
Contents
1
Function Indication
Indicates the function mode.
(Copy, Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email or Print)
9
Destination buttons
Displays the registered destinations (PC/Email
Address).
2
Message Area
Indicates the message.
10
SD Card / Hard Drive tab
Sends scanned data to SD Memory Card, PCMCIA/
PC Card Adapter or HDD directly.
3
Address Book button
Displays the Address Book.
11
Favorites tab
Selects a favorite group from the Address Book.
4
Basic Menu button
Selects basic settings.
12
Address tabs
Selects an alphabetical tab group from the Address
Book.
5
Status button
Indicates the problem status. (See page 61)
13
Addresses Indication
Indicates the number of selected address(es).
6
Email button
Selects an Email Function.
14
Scanning Mode Indication
Indicates the scanning mode.
7
Routing Menu button
Displays the routing menu.
Optional Document Distribution System (DDS) is
required.
15
Original Image Indication
Displays the original image.
8
Scroll buttons
Displays the other destination screen.
Product
Overview
Facsimile/Internet Fax Functions (Option)
1
2
3
4
5
6
19
7
9
18
17
8
10
11
16
15
14 13
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No.
Contents
No.
Contents
1
Function Indication
Indicates the function mode.
(Copy, Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email or Print)
11
Search button
Searches the destination(s) from the Address Book.
2
Message Area
Indicates the message.
12
Scroll buttons
Displays the other destination screen.
3
Address Book button
Displays the Address Book.
13
Destination buttons
Displays the registered destinations.
4
Basic Menu button
Selects basic settings.
14
Program/Group tab
Selects a program/group dial from the Address
Book.
5
Status button
Indicates the problem status. (See page 61)
15
Favorites tab
Selects a favorite group from the Address Book.
6
More Menus button
Selects additional settings.
16
Address tabs
Selects an alphabetical tab group from the Address
Book.
7
Redial button
Redials the last dialed number/email address.
17
Destination Indication
Indicates the number of selected destination(s).
8
Number Pad button
Dials the telephone number with the touch panel
display.
18
Sending Mode Indication
Indicates the sending mode.
9
Monitor button
Starts the On-Hook Dialing.
19
Original Image Indication
Displays the original image.
10
Email button
Selects an Internet Fax Function.
17
Placing Originals (Copy)
Copying
■ How to Place Originals
● On the ADF
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
Set the originals up to the
Upper Limit Indicator.
Original Guides
Adjust to the
original's width
Upper Limit Indicator
Upper Guide
Acceptable Paper Type
Original Size : A3, B4, FLS1 (8" x 13"), FLS2 (8.5" x 11"), A4, A4-R, A5, A5-R
Paper Weight : 1 sided : 50-105 g/m2
2 sided : 64-105 g/m2
Notice for ADF
Do not use the following type / flawed originals.
● Drawing papers, Transparencies, Labeling paper, Heavy weight papers, Thin Art papers, Film,
Thermal papers
● Papers which are curled, ripped, creased, folded, punched, glued, stapled or self-adhesive.
● Originals of assorted (mixed) width size.
● Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers
● Paper which is still wet with colour ink or white-out.
● On the Platen
Ex: Book Original
Face Down
Align with top left corner
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Ex: Sheet Original
Face Down
Align with top left corner
Notice for Platen
A4
Original Orientation
Ex: A5
Copying
For Portrait Orientation
Original Guides
A5
Align the original to top left corner mark ( ).
● If the original is not positioned properly, a
portion of the original may not be copied.
● For originals smaller than A5 size, position
the original within the A5 area and select
A5.
A
A
A5-R
A5
A3
B4
A4-R
FLS1, FLS2
A5-R
For Landscape Orientation
Original Guides
Copying a thick booklet
● If there are less than 5 mm of white margin on originals, the edge of the copied paper may get blurred
in white. To avoid the problem, change the setting of "Digital Skyshot Mode" to "No". For setting of
"Digital Skyshot Mode", refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
● After copying a thick booklet, open the ADF and verify that the ADF Hinge was returned to original
position in order to prevent the rear of the ADF from being raised.
!
CAUTION
● When copying with the ADF open, do not look directly at the exposure lamp.
Direct eye exposure can cause eye fatigue or eye injury.
● When copying a thick original, do not use excessive force to press it against the Platen Glass. The
Glass may break and cause injuries.
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Basic Copy Operation
Copying
Full Size/Auto Colour
Full Size Copy
Original Size and Copy Size are
automatically selected.
Auto Colour Copy Mode Selection
Colour Copy Mode is automatically selected
when colored originals are detected.
Ex: A4 Size
Original Size:
A4
Copy Size:
A4
Colour
Original
Colour
Copy
Monochrome
Original
Monochrome
Copy
NOTE
● During the copy operation and after making copies, the fan motor may spin to cool down the machine.
● When the desired size of paper is not set in the Paper Tray, use the Sheet Bypass. (See pages 64 and 65)
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass.
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
● When copying from the ADF, read the Notice
for ADF. (See page 18)
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● When copying from the Platen Glass, read
the Notice for Platen. (See page 19)
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2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
(See pages 22-37)
Copying
3
Select the required settings.
● Original/Copy size is automatically selected.
4
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
5
Press the Start key.
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
● If you want to stop the job while making
copies, select "Stop" on the above screen.
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Basic Menu & More Menus
Copying
Basic Menu
● While in Copy mode, select "Basic Menu"
to configure the following copy settings.
● For other mode settings, refer to Basic
Menu Features in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on the provided
CD-ROM.
When "Quality Adj." is selected.
Colour Copy Mode
In the "Auto" Mode, the machine identifies the original's colour
attributes, and selects the appropriate mode Black (black & white)
or Full Colour automatically.
2 Colour and 1 Colour settings must be selected manually,
refer to Selecting the Colour Mode in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on the provided CD-ROM.
Original Type
OK
Cancel
Confirms Cancels
settings settings
Text
Text and
Photo
Photo
Other types
(Ex: Map,
Tracing paper)
Density (Scanning Density)
Adjusts the scanning density.
● Lighter : Copies a dark original image with lighter density.
● Darker : Copies a light original image with darker density.
Recall
: Recalls the registered settings.
Save
: Saves the settings.
More Settings : Selects additional settings.
When "Paper/Output Tray" is selected.
Selects the Output Tray (Inner/Outer)
● Outer is available when optional Finisher/Exit Tray is
installed.
Selects the Paper Tray manually.
● Paper Tray 3 & 4 are available when optional paper
tray are installed.
● For setting the paper size and media type for Paper
Trays 1-4, refer to General Settings (Key Operator) in
the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters)
on the provided CD-ROM.
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When "Proof Set" is selected.
Copying
Makes one proof copy before proceeding a multi-set copy job with various settings.
When "Preset Jobs" is selected.
Up to 10 Copy Jobs can be stored in Memory (M1 to M10) for recall at a later time.
● When using the double exposure mode, the M10 is turned On and other job
requiring memory cannot be used.
When "Output Queue" is selected.
Refers to a list of jobs waiting to print, delete or change the priority (only for print job).
All
Indicates
all jobs
Ex: Print History
Copy
Indicates
Copy jobs
Print
Indicates
Print jobs
Print History
Indicates the history
of Print jobs.
Indicates active and reserved jobs
Close
Delete All
To exit Output Queue
To delete all jobs
When "Completion Notice" is selected.
A Job Completion Notice is displayed via a pop-up window on the Desktop of your PC when the Copy Job is
completed.
● Before using this function, install the Panasonic
Select alphabetical group.
Document Management System and PCL Printer
Driver, and then set up each software.
● Refer to Completion Notice in the Operating
Instructions (For Setting Up) of provided booklet.
Indicates PC list into
selected alphabetical group.
When "Confirm Settings" is selected.
Confirms the required copy setting(s).
● Refer to Confirming the Selected Copy
Features in the Operating Instructions
(For Copier) on the provided CD-ROM.
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Basic Menu & More Menus
Copying
More Menus
● While in Copy mode, select "More
Menus" to configure the following copy
settings.
● For other mode settings, refer to More
Menus Features in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on the provided
CD-ROM.
2-Sided/Original->Copy tab
1 -> 1
1-Sided Original to
1-Sided Copy (default)
(See pages 28 and 29)
1 -> 2
1-Sided Original
to 2-Sided Copy
2 -> 2
2-Sided Original
to 2-Sided Copy
(See pages 30 and 31)
Book -> 2
Book Original to
2-Sided Copy
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2 Page
2 Page
Copy
Booklet
Booklet
Copy
Multi-Size
Feed
Job Build
and SADF
(See pages 32 and 33)
N in 1
N in 1 Copy
2 -> 1
2-Sided
Original to
1-Sided Copy
Refer to 2-Sided Copy
Mode in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on
the provided CD-ROM.
Copying
Sort / Finish tab
When optional Finisher is
not installed.
(See pages 34 and 35)
Sort
Non Sort
Rotate-Sort
Rotate-Group
When optional Finisher
is installed.
(See pages 34 and 35)
Sort
Non Sort
Shift-Sort
ShiftGroup
Staple-Sort
Punch
Zoom / Effects tab
Refer to Zoom Mode, Effect Modes in
the Operating Instructions (For Copier)
on the provided CD-ROM.
Zoom
Auto Zoom Edge
Book
Margin
Centering
Image Repeat
Stamping
Refer to Insertion Modes, Overlay
Modes in the Operating Instructions
(For Copier) on the provided CD-ROM.
Insertion/Overlay tab
Cover
Page
Insertion
Transparency
Interleaving
Overlay
Form
Overlay
File Edit
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Reduction / Enlargement Copy
Copying
Copying with Preset Ratios (Reduction/Enlargement)
Ex: Reduction
Ex: Enlargement
A4-R
A3
A3
A4-R
NOTE
● When changing the paper size, select "Paper/Output Tray" and select a Paper Tray. Do not try to change paper
size with Copy Size button because selected copy size will be changed.
1
Place Original(s) in Landscape
Orientation on the ADF or Platen
Glass. (See pages 18 and 19)
From ADF
Landscape Orientation
2
Select a Copy Size.
Ex: Enlargement
Original Size : A4-R
Copy Size : A3
Portrait Orientation
From Platen Glass
Landscape Orientation
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
Portrait Orientation
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The exact ratio (%) is automatically
selected.
(%)
A3
A3
100
87
71
50
B4
115
100
82
58
A4
141
122
100
71
A5
200
173
141
100
Copying
Copy Size (Landscape)
B4
A4
A5
Original Size
(Landscape)
● Paper Tray will be selected according to the
copy size.
● When the suitable paper is not in the paper
tray, use the sheet bypass.
(See pages 64 and 65)
3
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
4
Press the Start key.
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
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2-Sided Copy
Copying
1 -> 2 Copy :
2 -> 2 Copy :
Select "1->2" copy mode when copying two 1-Sided
originals onto one 2-Sided copy. The 1st original's image
is copied onto the Front side and 2nd original's image is
copied onto the Back side of the copy.
Select "2->2" copy mode when copying one 2-Sided
original onto one 2-Sided copy. (Same as the original)
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass. (See pages 18 and 19)
2
Select "More Menus".
3
Select "2-Sided/Original->Copy", and
then select "1->2" or "2->2".
1->2:
Two 1-Sided originals are copied to one 2-Sided
copy.
2->2 (Platen is not available)
One 2-Sided original is copied to one 2-Sided
copy.
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
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Select an Original Orientation.
(Ex: 1->2 screen)
6
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
7
Press the Start key.
Copying
4
or
Portrait :
Portrait orientation
denotes a media that is
taller than it is wide.
Landscape :
Landscape orientation
denotes a media that is
wider than it is tall.
5
Select a Copy Bind Position, and then
select "OK".
(Ex: 1->2 screen)
● When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
● When setting “Edge” or “Margin” in 2-Sided
copy mode, the printing position may differ
on each side of the paper.
2 Select "OK".
1 Select "Long Edge" or "Short Edge".
Long Edge
Short Edge
e
Long E d g
S ty le
Short Edge
Style
(Portrait)
(Portrait)
Long Edge
Style
(Landscape)
S h o rt E d g e
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
S ty le
(Landscape)
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2-Sided Copy
Copying
Book -> 2 Copy
Select "Book ->2" copy mode when copying two facing pages or a A3 size original on two separate A4 size sheets.
1st Page Blank
1st Page Imaged
1st Page
2nd Page
1st Page
1st Page
2nd Page
1st page is copied onto the front side and 2nd
page is copied onto the back side of the same
paper.
1
Place the Book on the Platen Glass.
2nd Page
Blank
1st Page
Blank
Blank page is copied onto the front side and 1st page is
copied onto the back side of the same paper.
(2nd and 3rd pages are copied onto the next paper.)
For adding a cover page to copies, refer to More Menus
Features in the Operating Instructions (For Copier) on
the provided CD-ROM.
2
Select "More Menus".
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
1 Open the ADF.
2 Place the Book on the Platen Glass.
3 Close the ADF.
3
Select "2-Sided/Original -> Copy", and
then select "Book -> 2".
● You cannot select "Book -> 2" when the
"Multi-Size Feed" is selected.
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4
Select a Book Format and the
Orientation.
6
Select "OK".
7
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
8
Press the Start key.
Copying
1
2
1 Select a Book Format.
1st Page
with Image
or
1st Page
Blank
2 Select the Orientation.
or
Portrait
5
Landscape
Select the Page Order and the Copy
Format.
1
● When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
2
1 Select the Page Order.
or
2 Select the desired Copy Format.
The first through last page are
copied.
The first page and beyond are
copied, but the last page is not
copied.
The first page is not copied, but
rest-including the last page is
copied.
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
The first and the last page are
not copied.
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N in 1 Copy
Copying
N in 1 Copy
Select "N in 1" copy mode when copying 2, 4 or 8 sheets of originals (printed on 1-side) onto 1 sheet of paper.
Ex: "4 in 1" Copy
If you copy 4 sheets of originals which are printed on 1-side.
They are reduced and copied onto 1-side of a single sheet of paper.
<For Portrait orientation>
2 in 1 Copy
4 in 1 Copy
8 in 1 Copy
1
2
1
2
3
4
A
1
<For Landscape orientation>
2 in 1 Copy
2
3
1
A
4
3
2
3
4
4 in 1 Copy
4
5
67
B
C
D
E
5
6
7
8
8
8 in 1 Copy
1
2
2
1
1
2
3
A
4
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass. (See pages 18 and 19)
2
Select "More Menus".
3
4
3
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
4
5
B
C
6
7
D
E
8
Select "2-Sided/original -> Copy", and
then select "N in 1".
● You cannot select "N in 1" when the "Multi-Size
Feed" is selected.
4
Select N in 1 mode.
(Ex: 2 in 1 screen)
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
2 in 1
Copy 2 originals onto
1 sheet.
4 in 1 Copy 4 originals onto
1 sheet.
8 in 1 Copy 8 originals onto
1 sheet.
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Select an Original Orientation.
(Ex: 2 in 1 screen)
Portrait or
6
7
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
8
Press the Start key.
Copying
5
Landscape
Select the desired number of pages
(N in 1) for the copy layout, and then
select "OK".
For 2 in 1
For 4 in 1
● When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
For 8 in 1
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
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Sort Copy / Finishing
Copying
Sort Copy/Finishing
● The following Finishing modes are available when the optional
Finisher and Punch Unit are installed.
● For more details, refer to Sort Mode in the Operating
Instructions (For Copier) on the provided CD-ROM.
Shift-Sort
Shift-Group
Sort
1
1
1
1
Rotate-Sort (A4 or A5 size only)
1
When loading both A4/A5 and
1
A4-R/A5-R sized paper, multiple
copy sets are sorted automatically
and stacked in alternate direction
(rotation of 90 degrees).
2
1
4
1
Staple-Sort Saddle-Stitch
Punch
2
Rotate-Group (A4 or A5 size only)
1
When loading both A4/A5 and
3
A4-R/A5-R sized paper, multiple
copies of individual pages are
stacked in alternate direction
(rotation of 90 degrees).
4
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass. (See pages 18 and 19)
2
Select "More Menus".
3
Select "Sort/Finish".
4
Select a Finishing mode, and then
select “OK”.
Optional Finisher is not installed.
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
Sort, Rotate-Sort, Non Sort or Rotate-Group
● When the optional Finisher is installed,
see next page.
34
5
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
6
Press the Start key.
Copying
When optional 1 Bin Finisher is installed.
Ex: Portrait Original
Select the
Orientation.
For
Portrait
For
Landscape
When optional 1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher is installed.
Ex: Portrait Original
When the
optional Punch
Unit is installed.
● When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
Select the
Orientation.
Select the
Staple Position.
Select the
Punch Position.
Description for Icon
Ex: Portrait (1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher)
Staple
Punch
Copy
Staple Position
Copy
Punch Position
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Others
Copying
Double Exposure
Select "Double Exposure" copy mode when copying a 2-Sided original that is smaller than A5 in size onto a standard
size media (Ex: A4 size). One side (Front) of the original is copied at the top of the page, and the other side (Back) is
copied at the bottom on the copied media as illustrated below.
Ex: Name card (printed on both side)
Original Size:
(less than A5)
ABC
Copy Size:
(A4)
ABC
Front Side Image
DEF
Back Side Image
NOTE
If the following situation should arise while you are copying an original with the ADF open, close the ADF and
continue copying.
● When a bright light shines on the platen glass, the position of the original may not be detected correctly.
● If there are less than 5 mm of white margin on originals, the edge of the copied paper may get blurred in white.
1
Place Original on the Platen Glass.
(Feature is not available when using the ADF)
3
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● If the confirmation screen "Ready for M10
Memory Copy" is displayed, select "Close".
● When selecting "Double Exposure",
previous settings will be cleared. Please
select other settings (ex. Sort Copy) after
selecting "Double Exposure".
● Leave the Platen Cover open while making
copies.
2
Select "Preset Jobs".
4
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
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Select "M10: Double Exposure".
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
Press the Start key.
6
Select "Yes" or "No" to copy the back side
of the original.
8
Press the Start key.
Copying
5
● The message is changed according to the
sort mode.
For Non Sort : The message "Another
Original?" is displayed. Select
"Yes".
For Sort
: The message "Last Original?"
is displayed. Select "No".
7
For Sort mode only
9
Select "Yes" to finish copying.
● To continue copying other originals, select
"No" and place the next original and follow
the instructions described on the touch panel
display.
Place the back side of the Original on
the Platen Glass.
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● Leave the Platen Cover open while making
copies.
NOTE
● After finishing copying, press
the Reset key to return the
machine to the initial screen of
the current active mode.
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Printing from SD Memory Card / PC
Printing
Printing images directly from the SD Memory Card
Thumbnail
SD Memory Card
or PCMCIA/PC
Card Adapter
Individual
Index Print
● JPEG format only
File List
● JPEG
● TIFF (black & white)
● PDF (when intalling optional Printer
Controller Module)
Printing from PC
When using the machine as Printer, installation of Printer Driver is necessary.
For installation, refer to Printer Driver in the Operating Instructions (For Setting Up) of provided booklet.
For configuration of Printer Driver, refer to Configuring the Printer Driver Settings in the Document Management System
(PCL Printer Driver) on provided CD-ROM.
ATTENTION
● Be sure to use only genuine SD Memory Card (up to 1GB).
NOTE
● Any commercial Genuine SD Memory Card (up to 1 GB) can be used.
● For acceptable memory card for PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter, refer to the PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter's manual.
1
Press the Print key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
3
Insert the SD Memory Card or PCMCIA/
PC Card Adapter into the Card Slot on
the machine.
Slot Cover
Push on the
Slot Cover to
open it.
For SD Memory Card
2
Select "SD Print".
SD Card Slot
Label side up
SD Memory
Card
For PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter
PCMCIA/PC Card Slot
● When installing the optional Hard Disk Unit, the
above "Mailbox" screen will be displayed. For
details about "Mail Box" and "Job Control",
refer to Print Operation (for Printer) in the
Document Management System (PCL Printer
Driver) on provided CD-ROM.
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PCMCIA/PC
Card Adapter
(with a
memory card)
When printing TIFF or PDF files from File List
When "File List" is selected, select Folder and image
on the SD Memory Card, and then select "Start".
Ex: Digital Camera (Panasonic LUMIX)
Folder
● If there is no data on the SD Memory Card,
nothing is displayed.
● If there are no photos on the SD Memory Card,
a file list is displayed instead of the Thumbnails
image.
● If the desired data, and the name of the
folder is not displayed, keep pressing the
button until the desired data and folder
appears.
For details regarding the folder name, refer
to the Camera's manual.
If the desired data, and the name of the
folder is not displayed, keep pressing the
button until the desired data and folder
appears.
Select Folder and image data.
Select "Start".
● Only 1 image can be selected at a time.
● After printing is completed, remove the SD Memory
Card from the Card Slot. (See page 41)
5
Select the desired Thumbnail(s) or
"Select All".
Ex: TIFF files
● Only JPEG files (with EXIF format* ver 2.1 or later)
are displayed as photo images. Other files will be
displayed as "x" mark instead of the photo images.
When printing files with different formats
(Ex: TIFF files) or edited by a computer, select "File
List" and print the data using the File List.
* EXIF format:
Short for Exchangeable Image File, a standard
format used for storing interchange information in
digital photography image files using JPEG
compression (Ex: Dimensions, Date Picture Taken,
Camera Model, File Type, Size).
Select the desired Thumbnails.
or
(Up to 80 images)
Select All
● The images are printed in the selected order.
● "Select All" selects all the thumbnails in the
same folder.
6
Select "Individual" or "Index Print".
For Individual : Go to page 40.
For Index Print : Go to page 41.
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Printing
4
The data on the SD Memory Card and
the name of the folder storing the data
are displayed automatically.
Printing from SD Memory Card / PC
Printing
For Individual
For Individual
7
8
Select the size for the printed Image.
For Variable Size
Set the Frame size in which the image will be printed
without changing the horizontal to vertical ratio.
The frame size is different from the printed image
size.
Image Size
Frame Size
<Portrait Format>
Select the desired Paper Tray and/or 2Sided print, and then select "OK".
Select a Paper Tray.
Select "OK".
(Go to step 9)
Select 2-Sided.
X
Y
Y
Frame
X
<Landscape Format>
Select "OK".
Y
X
Frame
Select an orientation.
or
Input the size for the printed frame using
or
.
Changes the horizontal and
vertical frame size.
Changes the horizontal frame
size.
Changes the vertical frame
size.
For Fixed Size
Select the desired preset frame size.
The paper should be larger than the frame size.
Horizontal x Vertical
100 mm x 130 mm
100 mm x 150 mm
130 mm x 180 mm
Fit to the paper size
40
Select the bind position.
Long Edge or Short Edge
For Index Print
For Individual / Index Print
7
9
Select "Start".
● When printing from SD Memory Card, printed
paper is output to the Inner Tray. (Output Tray
cannot be selected.)
8
Select the desired Paper Tray and/or 2Sided print, and then select "OK".
10
After printing is completed, remove the
SD Memory Card or PCMCIA/PC Card
Adapter from the Card Slot.
For SD Memory Card
Access Indicator
Select "OK".
Select the desired Paper Tray.
Push the SD
Memory Card.
For PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter
Push the Eject
Eject Button
Button beside
the PCMCIA/PC
Card Slot.
● When the Index Print is selected,
only A4 size paper tray is selectable.
Pull out the SD
Memory Card or
PCMCIA/PC
Card Adapter.
Select 2-Sided.
Close the Slot
Cover.
Select "OK".
Slot Cover
Select the bind position.
Long Edge or Short Edge
● Do not remove the PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter or the SD
Memory Card while the Access Indicator flashes.
● When re-inserting the SD Memory Card into the slot,
please pull out it completely.
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Printing
Select a Printing Layout.
Scanning
Scanning / Email (Option)
Scan to PC
Scanned data will be directly transferred to your PC. By
using installed optional software (Panasonic Document
Management System), you can view or edit the scanned
data on your PC.
Scan to SD Memory Card or
PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter
Scanned data will be directly transferred to the
SD Memory Card or PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter.
Scan
Scan
SD
Memory
Card
or
PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter
(Type II, 3.3 V Operating Voltage
Only)
ATTENTION
● Be sure to use only Genuine SD Memory Card (up to 1 GB).
● Use only Type II, PCMCIA/PC Card Adapters intended for 3.3 V operating voltage. Refer to your PCMCIA/PC Card
Adapter’s user manual for compatible Memory Cards, and operating voltage specifications.
NOTE
● For acceptable memory card for PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter, refer to the PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter's manual.
● When scanning to the PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter, refer to Scan to the PCMCIA/PC Card in the Operating Instructions
(For Scanner and Email) on the provided CD-ROM.
● When transferring scanned data to your PC, it is necessary first to install the Panasonic Document Management
System software, and set up the scanner configuration on your PC. For more details, refer to the Operating Instructions
(For Setting Up) of provided booklet.
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass.
2
Press the Scan/Email key if the machine
is set to other function mode.
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
● When scanning from the ADF, read the
Notice for ADF. (See page 18)
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, read
the Notice for Platen. (See page 19)
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3
Select "Basic Menu" to select the
required setting mode.
(See pages 44 and 45)
5
Press the Start key.
● When transferring the data to a SD Memory
Card, select "SD Card / Hard Drive" and
select "SD Card" for your destination.
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
● The scanned data is transferred to the PC or
following directory of the SD Memory Card.
Directory: \PRIVATE\MEIGROUP\PCC\DI\IMAGE
● When the scanned data is transferred to a PC,
the scanner reception notice appears on the
PC's monitor.
● For more details, refer to Scanner Settings
in the Document Management System (For
Communications Utility) on the provided
CD-ROM.
When transferring the data to SD Memory
Card.
Push on the Slot Cover to open it.
Slot Cover
6
For SD Memory Card
After the transfer is completed, remove
the SD Memory Card from the Card Slot.
Access Indicator
Insert the SD Memory Card as illustrated.
Push on the SD
Memory Card to
release it.
SD Card Slot
Label side up
Pull out the SD
Memory Card.
SD Memory
Card
Select "SD Card".
Close the Slot
Cover.
● Only one storage device can be
selected at a time. When the "SD
Card" is selected as a storage device,
the scanned image cannot be saved
to the "PC Card" or hard disk at the
same time.
Slot Cover
● Do not remove the SD Memory Card while
the Access Indicator flashes.
● When re-inserting the SD Memory Card into
the slot, please pull out it completely.
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Scanning/
Email
(Option)
4
Select "Address Book", and then select
the destination for the scanned data.
(PC or SD Memory Card)
Scanning
Scanning / Email (Option)
● While in Scan/Email mode, select "Basic
Menu" to configure the following scanner
settings.
● For more details, refer to Scanner Settings
in the Operating Instructions (For Scanner
and Email) on the provided CD-ROM.
When "Quality Adj." is selected.
Change the required default settings.
Scanning Colour Mode
Full Colour or Monochrome
(Grayscale or Black)
Original Type
Text, Text and Photo, or Photo
Density (Scanning Density)
Lighter or Darker (7 steps)
Resolution
200 dpi, 300 dpi, 400 dpi or 600 dpi
When "File Type and Name" is selected.
Select a File Name.
Date/Time
Custom (Custom file name)
Select a File Type.
JPEG (jpeg/jpg)
PDF
Compressed PDF
● When choosing "Black" within the Quality
screen; only PDF or TIFF file is available for
selection.
● Refer to Scanner Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Scanner and Email) on the
provided CD-ROM.
When "Original Size" is selected.
Select an Original Size.
A3
B4
A4 (Portrait Orientation)
A4-R (Landscape Orientation)
A5 (Portrait Orientation)
A5-R (Landscape Orientation)
● When scanning from ADF, "Original Size"
can not be selected because the size is
automatically detected.
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When "2-Sided Original" is selected.
Select the original orientation.
Long Edge:
Scans both sides of the
original, facing them in
the same direction.
Short Edge:
Scans both sides of the
original facing them in
the opposite direction.
When "Job Build and SADF" is selected.
Refer to Scanner Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Scanner and Email) on the
provided CD-ROM.
Scanning/
Email
(Option)
When "Multi-Size Feed" is selected.
Refer to Scanner Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Scanner and Email) on the
provided CD-ROM.
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Address Book (Email)
Scanning / Email (Option)
■ Creating an Address Book
NOTE
● For details on how to edit a registered address, refer to Adding to the Address Book in the Operating Instructions
(For Scanner and Email) on the provided CD-ROM.
● Up to 1060 addresses can be registered.
1
Press the Function key.
2
Select "Scanner Settings".
4
Enter the Email Address, and then
select "OK".
Enter the Email Address.
(Up to 60 characters)
Select "OK".
Keyboard Button Names
To input upper case
letter(s).
To input numbers and/or
symbols.
To select pre-registered
domain name.
To move the cursor (_)
to the left or right side.
3
Select "16 Add New Email Address".
To erase the character
before the cursor.
To input a space
between characters.
To search address from
LDAP server by entering
the name.
● For registration of Domain Name, refer to
Fax/Email Settings (User Parameters) in
the Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
Select "10-19",
and then scroll
a page.
46
Select "16 Add New
Email Address".
5
Enter the destination Station (PC) Name,
and then select "OK".
Enter the destination Name.
(Up to 15 characters)
Select "OK".
Enter the Key Name for the Email
address, and then select "OK".
Scanning/
Email
(Option)
6
8
To enter other (PC) destination
addresses:
Repeat steps 4 to 7.
or
To exit this setting mode:
Press the Reset key.
Enter the Key Name.
(Up to 15 characters)
Select "OK".
● Key Names are used to select destinations
on the touch-panel display.
7
Select whether you wish to add this New
Email Address to Favorites.
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Sending Email
Scanning / Email (Option)
Sending the scanned data via Email
Attached
JPEG (jpg) / PDF file
Colour
Scan
Attached
PDF / TIFF file
Monochrome
NOTE
●
●
●
●
JPEG (jpg) file is not available for multiple pages.
JPEG (jpg) file is only available in Color/Gray Scale mode.
TIFF file is only available in Monochrome mode.
When selecting the destination from the Address Book, the address must be registered in advance.
(See pages 46 and 47)
● For more details, refer to Scan/Email Operations in the Operating Instructions (For Scanner and Email) on the
provided CD-ROM.
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass.
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
● When scanning from the ADF, read the
Notice for ADF. (See page 18)
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, read
the Notice for Platen. (See page 19)
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2
Press the Scan/Email key if the machine
is set to other function mode.
3
Select "Email", and then enter the
Email Address or select an Email
Address from the Address Book.
4
Select "Email".
Select "Basic Menu" to select the
required setting mode.
(See page 44 and 45)
Select "Basic Menu".
Address Book
Scanning/
Email
(Option)
The Address must be registered in advance.
(See pages 46 and 47)
Select To, Cc,
Bcc or From.
Subject:
Select an
Select "Close".
Email Address
Enter the subject using the Keyboard.
Keyboard: Allows manual input of the Email
Address, Subject, etc.
5
Press the Start key.
Email Addressing
Select "Keyboard"
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
Enter the Email
Address
Select "OK".
Address Book: Returns to the Address Book
screen.
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Address Book (Facsimile)
Facsimile / Internet Fax (Option)
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■ Creating an Address Book
NOTE
● For details on how to edit a registered address, refer to Address Book in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
● Up to 200 addresses can be registered.
1
Press the Function key.
3
Select "00 Address Book".
2
Select "Fax/Email Settings".
4
Select "01 Add Telephone Number".
Enter the Fax number.
(Up to 36 digits including
pauses and spaces)
7
Enter the Key Name.
(Up to 15 characters)
Select "OK".
6
Select "OK".
● Key Names are used to select destinations on
the touch-panel display.
● If you need a special access number to get
an outside line, dial it first then select "Pause"
to enter a pause (represented by a "-") before
dialling the full number.
Ex: 9 Pause 5551234 -> 9-5551234
● If you are using Pulse dialling and you wish to
change to Tone dialling in the middle of dialling,
select " " (represented by a "/").
The dialling mode will change from Pulse to
Tone after dialling the digit "/".
Ex: 9 Pause 5551234 -> 9-/5551234
Enter the Key Name for the Address
Book, and then select "OK".
8
Select whether you wish to add this
Telephone Number to Favorites.
9
To enter other Fax numbers:
Repeat steps 5 to 8
or
To exit this setting mode:
Press the Reset key.
Enter the name of the destination, and
then select "OK".
Enter the destination name
(Up to 15 characters)
Select "OK".
● To correct a mistake, press
or
to move
the cursor to the right side of the incorrect
character.
To delete, press "Back Space", and re-enter
the correct character. (See page 46)
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
5
Enter the Fax number, and then select
"OK".
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Address Book (Internet Fax)
Facsimile / Internet Fax (Option)
52
■ Creating an Address Book
NOTE
● For details on how to edit a registered address, refer to Address Book in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
● Up to 200 addresses can be registered.
1
Press the Function key.
3
Select "00 Address Book".
2
Select "Fax/Email Settings".
4
Select "02 Add Email Address".
Enter the Email Address.
(Up to 60 characters)
8
Select "IFax".
Select "OK".
● To correct a mistake, press
or
to move
the cursor to the right side of the incorrect
character.
To delete, press "Back Space", and re-enter
the correct character. (See page 46)
6
Enter the name of the destination, and
then select "OK".
Enter the destination name.
(Up to 15 characters)
7
Select "OK".
● When selecting "PC", the registered address
is displayed on both Internet Fax and Email
Address Book screen.
9
Select whether you wish to add this
Email Address to Favorites.
Select "OK".
Enter the Key Name for the address
book, and then select "OK".
Enter the Key Name.
(Up to 15 characters)
Select "IFax", and then select "OK".
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
5
Enter the Email Address, and then
select "OK".
10
To enter other Email Addresses:
Repeat steps 5 to 9
or
To exit this setting mode:
Press the Reset key.
Select "OK".
● Key Names are used to select destinations on
the touch-panel display.
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Placing Originals (Facsimile/Internet Fax)
Facsimile / Internet Fax (Option)
■ How to Place Originals
● On the ADF
Set the originals up to the
Upper Limit Indicator.
Upper Limit Indicator
Upper Guide
Original Guides
Adjust to the original's width
● When scanning from the ADF, read the Notice for ADF. (See page 18)
● On the Platen
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, read the Notice for Platen. (See page 19)
A
Rotation XMT
P
● When an oversized original is sent
to another machine, sometimes, it is
reduced in accordance with the other
party’s recording paper size.
Ex:
A
Scanning Direction
The portion labeled "P"
that exceeds the
standard original size is
not sent.
A3 size
A
When transmitting non-standard size original(s), the
machine may perform Rotate Transmission
automatically and not transmit the portion of the
original that exceeds the standard size ("P" portion).
A
● Sending Non-Standard Size Originals
A4 size
● Scanning Area
8 mm
with Header Area
5 mm
Ex:
Original Width:
216 mm
Scanning
Width:
206 mm
5 mm
Scanning Direction
54
5 mm
The original's border (gray area)
will be lost during scanning.
● Original Size
From the ADF
Maximum Size
Minimum Size
140 mm
2000 mm
140 mm
279 mm
Scanning
Direction
Scanning
Direction
From the Platen Glass
Maximum Size
432 mm
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
279 mm
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Sending Originals (Facsimile)
Facsimile / Internet Fax (Option)
Sending scanned data via Facsimile
You can send originals via a telephone line by simply entering the Fax number using the Keypad or the Address Book.
Scan
Telephone Line
NOTE
● When scanning Full-colour originals, select Text/Photo or Photo to add more details to the scanned data.
However, the scanned data is sent in Black and White (Grayscale).
● When selecting the destination from the Address Book, the address must be registered in advance.
(See pages 50 and 51)
● For details on how to print the transaction journal, refer to Reading Reports/Lists in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass.
2
Press the Fax key if the machine is set
to other function mode.
3
Select "Basic Menu" or "More Menus"
to configure the desired Fax mode
settings. (See page 57)
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
● When scanning from the ADF, read the Notice
for ADF. (See pages 18, 54 and 55)
Face Down
Align with top left corner
● When scanning from the Platen Glass, read
the Notice for Platen.
(See pages 19, 54 and 55)
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4
Select "Address Book".
Ex: Select "Basic Menu" and "Quality Adj.".
OK
: Settings are applied.
Cancel : Settings are cancelled.
5
Enter the fax number.
For Manual Dialing
Enter the Fax
number, and then
select "OK".
Original Type
Text
: Use for text only originals
Text/Photo : Use for text and photo originals
Photo
: Use for photo or illustration originals
Density (Scanning Density)
Lighter or Darker (7 steps)
Lighter : If you wish to scan an original with lighter
contrast, select the button to reduce the
contrast level. Each time the button is selected,
the original will be scanned lighter.
Darker : If you wish to scan an original with darker
contrast, select the button to increase the
contrast level. Each time the button is selected,
the original will be scanned darker.
Resolution
For standard originals
For Address Book Dialing
Std
For detailed originals
Fine
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
For finer detailed originals
S-Fine
For 600 dpi detailed originals
600dpi
Select the destination station(s)
● The Address Book is available only when it
contains registered destinations.
(See pages 50 and 51)
6
● There is a possibility that the printing quality is
determined by the reception capability of the remote
station when using the Photo, S-Fine or 600dpi
modes. If this happens, use the "Fine" Resolution.
Ex: When "Verification Stamp" is selected.
Press the Start key.
● When sending from
the Platen Glass, place
the next original and
follow the instructions
described on the touch
panel display.
The Verification Stamp helps you to confirm successful
transmission by stamping the bottom of each
successfully transmitted page with a small ° mark.
Stamp is turned OFF.
Stamp is turned ON.
● For more details, refer to Basic Fax Transmission
in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
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Sending Originals (Internet Fax)
Facsimile / Internet Fax (Option)
58
Sending scanned data via Internet Fax
You can send originals via LAN. Please check that the other party has Internet Fax capability before using this
function.
Scan
LAN/Internet
NOTE
● When scanning Full-colour originals, select Text/Photo or Photo to add more detail to the scanned data.
However, the scanned data is sent in Black and White (Grayscale).
● When selecting the destination from the Address Book, the address must be registered in advance.
(See pages 52 and 53)
● For details on how to print the transaction journal, refer to Reading Reports/Lists in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
1
Place Original(s) on the ADF or Platen
Glass. (See page 56)
2
Press the Fax key if the machine is set to
other function mode.
3
Select "Basic Menu" or "More Menus"
to configure the desired Internet Fax
mode settings. (See page 59)
4
Select "Address Book", and then
select an Internet Fax destination.
Ex: Select "Basic Menu" and "Quality Adj.".
OK
: Settings are applied.
Cancel : Settings are canceled.
Original Type
Text
: Use for text only originals
Text/Photo : Use for text and photo originals
Photo
: Use for photo or illustration originals
Press the Start key.
Density (Scanning Density)
Lighter or Darker (7 steps)
Lighter : If you wish to scan an original with lighter
contrast, select the button to reduce the
contrast level. Each time the button is selected,
the original will be scanned lighter.
Darker : If you wish to scan an original with darker
contrast, select the button to increase the
contrast level. Each time the button is selected,
the original will be scanned darker.
Resolution
● The Address Book is available only when it
contains registered destinations.
(See pages 52 and 53)
For standard originals
Std
For detailed originals
Fine
Facsimile/
Internet Fax
(Option)
5
For finer detailed originals
Press the Start key.
S-Fine
For 600 dpi detailed originals
600dpi
● There is a possibility that the printing quality is
determined by the reception capability of the remote
station when using the Photo, S-Fine or 600dpi
modes. If this happens, use the "Fine" Resolution.
● When sending from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
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Troubleshooting
Problem Solving
Check
Action
Unit Does Not Operate
Does the display light?
Check if the Power Switches (Main Power
Switch on the Rear and Power Switch on the
Left Side of the machine) are turned ON and if
the power cord is plugged into the AC outlet.
Does the Energy Saver key flash (or light)
and is the display turned OFF?
(See page 13)
Press Energy Saver key on the Control Panel.
Does any of the U## codes and messages
appear on the display?
(U1, U4, U6, U7, U11....etc.)
Does the Add Toner or Waste Toner indicator
flash or light ?
Perform actions in accordance with each
message. (See page 62)
Does the Add Staples indicator and message
appear on the display?
Add staples. (See pages 72-76)
Remove all jammed staples.
(See pages 72 and 74)
Does the Add Paper indicator and message
appear on the display? ( )
Add paper. (See pages 64 and 65)
Does the paper misfeed indicator and
message appear on the display? (J##)
Remove the misfed paper. (See pages 78-87)
Does the error message "Remove paper from
inner tray" appear on the display?
Remove the paper from inner tray.
(For the capacity of Inner Tray, see page 94)
Does E#-## indicator and message appear
on the display?
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and
the Main Power Switch on the Rear of the
machine to OFF and back ON. If the error
code does not clear, call the authorized
Panasonic dealer.
The machine would not accept the next job
during operation, instructed job would not be
accepted for a long time period or job would
not be completed.
Does the Call Service indicator flash or light ?
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and
the Main Power Switch on the Rear of the
machine to OFF and back ON. If the machine
still does not accept the next job, call the
authorized Panasonic dealer.
Light Copies
Does the exposure indicator display
"Lighter"?
Select "Darker".
Does the Add Toner indicator and message
appear on the display? ( )
Replace the Toner Cartridge.
(See pages 66-67)
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call the authorized Panasonic dealer.
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Check
Action
Marked Copies
Is the copier Platen Glass or Platen Sheet
dirty?
Clean the Platen Glass or Sheet.
(See below "Machine Care")
Are there any streaks on the copy image?
(1) Clean the LSU Aperture Glass. (See page 71)
(2) Clean the White Reference Sheet and the
Scanning Glass (Small). (Refer to "Machine
Care" below)
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Displaying Status
Normally, "Status" is displayed in grey on each function screen.
However, "Status" is displayed in yellow if the paper tray is empty or toner becomes low.
Select "Status" that is displayed in yellow to confirm the status details.
1. Select "Status" in yellow.
2. Check the status, and then select "Close".
(Ex: Copy function screen)
(Ex: Paper Empty)
Select "Paper Empty".
Check the empty
paper tray, and
then select
"Close"
Select "Close".
Machine Care
Platen Sheet
White Reference Sheet, Platen Sheet,
Scanning Glass (Small) or Platen Glass (Large)
Wipe off any marks or dirt with a cloth and a neutral
detergent.
Wipe again with a dry cloth.
Problem Solving
White Reference Sheet
Platen Glass (Large)
Scanning Glass (Small)
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User (U) / Jam (J) / Machine (E) Error Codes
Problem Solving
User Error Codes (U Codes) / Machine Error Codes (E Codes)
<Inner>
<Outer>
ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder)
Section
ADF Cover
Finisher Top
Cover (Option)
Toner Cartridges
(Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black)
Right Side
Cover
Transport
Cover
(Option)
Feed Cover 1
ADU Cover
Battery
Holder
Feed Cover 2
Front Cover
Toner Waste Container
OPC Drum Units
(Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black)
Option Feed
Cover
User Error (Locations)
Error Location Indicator
(Ex: Front Cover is opened.)
● When a user error occurs, the location and the procedures for handling
the user error are displayed frame by frame on the Touch Panel Display.
Check the location and handle the user error according to displayed
pictures and this manual. (See pages 66-71)
Ex: Toner Waste Container is
almost full.
Ex: Toner Waste Container is full.
● Select "Close" to continue
the current job temporarily.
● Machine will stop. Replace the
Toner Waste Container.
E Codes: Call the authorized Panasonic dealer when machine Error Code (E Codes) appear on the Touch Panel Display.
Code
Check Points
U1
Front Cover is open.
U4
Finisher is pulled out.
U6
ADU Cover and/or Feed Cover 1 and/or Right
Side Cover is open.
U7
Feed Cover 2 & Option Feed Cover are open.
U8
Transport Cover is open.
(When optional Paper Transport Unit is
installed)
Code
Check Points
U13*
Toner level is Low or has run out.
(See pages 14, 66 and 67)
U14*
Toner Waste Container is full.
(See pages 14, 70 and 71)
U15
Toner Waste Container is not installed.
(See pages 70 and 71)
U20
ADF Cover is open.
U21
ADF is open while scanning from ADF.
U11
Paper remains in the Finisher Bin.
(When optional Finisher is installed)
U25
Toner is hardened. Shake Toner Cartridge
well. (See page 66)
U12
Finisher Top Cover and/or Staple Cover is
open.
(When optional Finisher is installed)
U28
OPC Drum Unit is not installed.
(See pages 68 and 69)
U29
OPC Drum Unit requires replacement.
(See pages 68 and 69)
NOTE
*
A. Blinking Maintenance and Toner/Toner Waste Container Indicators
The machine will complete the current job, and stop operating. To continue using the machine temporarily while waiting for a replacement
toner/container, press any key. (Ex:For Toner Waste Container, approximately 300 additional copies can be made)
B. Steady Maintenance and Toner/Toner Waste Container Indicators
The machine stops and will not allow further operation until the Toner Waste Container is replaced.
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Jam Error Codes (J Codes)
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Section
Finisher
Section
(Option)
Fuser/Exit Section
Paper Feed Section
(Paper Tray 1-4 &
Sheet Bypass)
Paper
Transport
Section
(Option)
ADU Section
Paper Tray 1
Sheet Bypass
Paper Tray 2
Paper Feed Section
(Paper Tray 2)
Paper Tray 3
Paper Feed Section
(Paper Tray 3, 4)
(Option)
Paper Tray 4
Removing a Misfed Paper (Locations)
ATTENTION
● The display indicates the
section of the misfed paper.
Remove the misfed paper
and check to see if the
misfeed indicator has been
cleared.
If other locations indicate
presence of paper, remove
them and check the display
again.
● When clearing a misfed
paper that is difficult or
impossible to see, switch off
the machine and contact the
authorized Panasonic
dealer.
● When a misfed paper occurs, the location and the procedures for
removing misfed paper are displayed frame by frame on the Touch
Panel Display.
Check the location and remove all misfed papers according to
displayed pictures and this manual. (See pages 78-87)
Ex: ADU Section
Misfed Location Indicator
(Ex: ADU Section)
Return to 1st step
J00
Check Points
Sheet Bypass (Remove the misfed paper and
load the paper again)
Code
J19
Check Points
Paper Feed Section & ADU Section
(See page 78, 79, 81 and 82)
J01, J11, Paper Tray 1 & Paper Feed Section (Paper
J21
Tray 1-4 & Sheet Bypass) (See page 78)
J82, J83, ADU Section & Fuser/Exit Section
J88
(See pages 79 and 80)
J02, J12, Paper Tray 2 & Paper Feed Section
J22
(Paper Tray 2) (See pages 81)
J30, J31, Paper Feed Section & Fuser/Exit Section
J38, J39, (See pages 78, 80, 81 and 82)
J40
J42-J45
J03, J13, Paper Tray 3 & Paper Feed Section
J23
(Paper Tray 2-4) (See pages 81 and 82)
J04, J14, Paper Tray 4 & Paper Feed Section
J24
(Paper Tray 3, 4) (See page 82)
J41, J50, Fuser/Exit Section & Paper Transport Section
J51, J52, (See pages 80 and 81)
J86
J06, J26 Paper Feed Section (Paper Tray 2)
(See page 81)
J80, J81, Fuser/Exit Section
J87
(See page 80)
J07, J08, Paper Feed Section
J09, J27, (Paper Tray 2 & Optional Paper Tray 3 & 4)
J28
(See pages 81 and 82)
J54-J56 Paper Transport Section
(See page 81)
J18, J33, Paper Feed Section
J35
(Paper Tray 1-4 & Sheet Bypass)
(See pages 78, 81 and 82)
J70-J79 ADF Section
J92-J94 (See pages 86 and 87)
Problem Solving
Code
J60-J66 Optional Finisher Section
(See pages 83-85)
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Adding Paper <Printing Media>
Problem Solving
ATTENTION
● If you wish to change the preset paper size used in the Paper Tray, contact your authorized Panasonic dealer.
● Do not place the following types of printing media into the paper tray, use the Sheet Bypass instead.
Ex: Transparencies, Label, Envelope, Curled paper
● When changing the paper type (Plain, Glossy or Recycled) in the Paper Tray, refer to General Settings (Key
Operator) in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
● Fan the paper and straighten the stack when loading paper to avoid the double feeding or paper jam.
■ Paper Tray
1
■ Sheet Bypass
Open the Paper Tray.
Paper Tray
1
Open and pull out the Sheet Bypass.
Sheet Bypass
Until it stops
2
Fan and align the paper together, and then
load paper with printing side facing up.
Add Paper
2
Load paper with printing side facing
down.
Upper Limit Indicator
Paper Capacity : 550 sheets (80 g/m2)
Paper Weight : 64 - 105 g/m2
3
Close the Paper Tray.
Paper Tray
● Align the paper together, and then
place them on the Sheet Bypass.
● When setting A4 or B5 size paper,
portrait orientation is recommended.
Setting in portrait makes the copy
time shorter than in Landscape.
Portrait paper will be rotated 90
degrees automatically when copying
the landscape original.
Paper Capacity : 50 sheets (A4 / 80 g/m2)
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ATTENTION
Sheet Bypass Capacity
● Weight
: 55 - 220 g/m2
● Size
: A3 - A5
● Suitable media: Plain Paper, Thin Paper, Glossy Paper, Recycled Paper, Thick Paper, Coated Paper,
Index/Cover Paper, Coated/Cover Paper, Transparency or Labels.
● For more details about media type, see page 98.
3
Adjust the Side Guides.
6
Select “Change Size/Media”.
7
Select “Change Type”.
Side Guides
● Incorrect adjustment may cause the
paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew.
● If the paper size is not detected,
remove the paper and press the
Reset key.
Then, load the paper again.
If using other than Plain Paper, follow the steps
below to set for your desired type of printing media.
5
Select “Paper/Output Tray”.
● "Auto" can detect the regulation size of
paper automatically.
(A3, B4, A4, B5, A5-R )
When selecting "Auto", set the regulation
size of paper before printing.
8
Select a printing media type, and then
select “OK”.
Problem Solving
4
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select the best suited
media type (see
page 98) to match
the one loaded in
step 3 above.
Select “OK”.
● Preprinted form is represented by a “
“.
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Replacing Toner Cartridge
Problem Solving
ATTENTION
●
●
●
●
Be sure to use only genuine Panasonic Colour Toner designed for this machine.
If the display indicates that the Toner is getting low, prepare the new Toner Bottle in advance.
If the black toner runs out, all Copy/Print functions cease to operate.
If one of the colour toner runs out, only monochrome copying/printing will be available.
1
3
Open the Front Cover.
Front Cover
Pull out the Used Toner Cartridge.
Toner Cartridge
● Make sure that the machine has stopped
before opening the Front Cover.
● The location of each colour toner cartridge is
as shown below.
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Black
4
Shake the new Toner Cartridge to
loosen its contents.
New Toner
Cartridge
2
Gently turn the Toner Cartridge of the
colour displayed on the Touch Panel
Display counterclockwise to the
Unlock Mark.
Shake it well
(10-15 times)
● Shake it up and down, and then turn the
bottom up and repeat.
Toner Cartridge
Unlock Mark
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5
Gently peel the Tape off in the
direction of the arrow.
8
Firmly close the Front Cover.
Front Cover
Tape
● Do not open the Shutter, otherwise toner will
spill.
6
Insert the new Toner Cartridge as far
as possible with the arrow label
pointing to the Unlock Mark.
New Toner Cartridge
● If the Toner Cartridge is not turned to Lock
Mark properly, you cannot close the Front
Cover.
9
Clear the Toner Counter.
● For the procedures of clearing the Toner
Counter, refer to Counter View in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the Provided CD-ROM.
Unlock Mark
Problem Solving
7
Turn the new Toner Cartridge
clockwise gently until it stops.
New Toner
Cartridge
Lock Mark
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Replacing the OPC Drum Unit
Problem Solving
ATTENTION
●
●
●
●
Replace the OPC Drum Unit of the colour shown on the touch panel display.
Be sure to use only genuine Panasonic Colour OPC Drum Unit designed for this machine.
Do not scratch or touch the surface of the OPC Drum Unit with bare hands.
The OPC Drum Unit is sensitive to light. To prevent optical exposure problems, do not expose the OPC Drum Unit to
direct sunlight or bright light.
● Be careful not to soil your hands with the toner on the surface of the OPC Drum Unit.
1
4
Open the Front Cover.
Front Cover
Unlock the OPC Drum Unit by turning the
Drum Release Knob counterclockwise.
Drum Release Knob
● Make sure that the machine has stopped
printing before opening the Front Cover.
2
Remove the Toner Waste Container.
Toner Waste Container
5
● Exercise care not incline the container,
or Toner may spill.
3
Old OPC Drum Unit
● Do not touch the surface of the OPC Drum
Unit.
● Hold by the frame while pulling it out.
Identify the location of the colour OPC
Drum Unit requiring replacement.
Window
Yellow Magenta Cyan Black
● When the windows are Yellow, close all of the
doors and turn the Main Power Switch OFF
and ON again. After the machine completes
the warm-up routine, turn the Main Power
Switch OFF and confirm that the windows
are BLACK prior to removing any drum.
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Pull the old OPC Drum Unit out of the
machine.
6
Open the box, and then pull the new
OPC Drum Unit out of the box. Remove
the plastic bag covering the new drum.
(It will be reused in step 12.)
New OPC Drum Unit
ATTENTION
Do not remove the Drum Protective
Cover until step 8.
9
Carefully insert the new OPC Drum Unit
all the way into the machine until it stops.
Drum Protective Cover
OPC Drum Unit
Do not touch or turn around the Gear
of OPC Drum Unit.
Gear
10
Lock the new OPC Drum Unit by turning the
Drum Release Knob clockwise.
Paste one of the enclosed colour labels
matching in colour with the one on the replaced
drum and attach it to the same position on the
new drum.
Drum Release Knob
7
Align the Green Arrows of the new OPC
Drum Unit with the ones on the machine,
and then insert the OPC Drum Unit into
the machine up to the Black Arrow on
the Drum Protective Cover.
Colour Label
11
Insert the Toner Waste Container into
the machine until it stops.
Toner Waste Container
Green Arrows
8
● Exercise care not incline the container, or
Toner may spill.
Peel the Orange Tape.
Remove the Drum Protective Cover.
Drum Protective Cover
12
Gently close the Front Cover.
Place the old OPC Drum Unit inside the
plastic bag, and dispose of it according
to your local regulations.
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Problem Solving
Black Arrows
Replacing Toner Waste Container / Cleaning the LSU Aperture Glass
Problem Solving
Always clean the LSU Aperture Glass at the same time the Toner Waste Container is replaced.
ATTENTION
●
●
●
●
Do not reuse toner from the Toner Waste Container.
Remove/Replace the cleaner on the inside of the front cover.
Do not use the Cleaner if it is dirty.
When the Toner adheres to the machine, wipe it off with a cloth.
1
Open the Front Cover.
Front Cover
4
1 Place the old Toner Waste
Container on top of the opened
Front Cover.
2 Cover the old Toner Waste
Container with the plastic wrapping
which was removed in step 2.
2
Open the box, and carefully unzip the
plastic bag. Pull the new Toner Waste
Container out of the box and remove
the plastic wrapping (it will be reused
in step 4) covering the new container.
Plastic Wrapping
5
Place the old Toner Waste Container
inside the box, and zip the plastic bag
closed.
Plastic Wrapping
3
Pull out the old Toner Waste Container
out of the machine.
Toner Waste Container (old)
● Exercise care not incline the container,
or Toner may spill.
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Close Plastic Bag
8
Replace the Cleaner back inside the
Front Cover.
Cleaner
Cleaner
7
Cleaning the LSU Aperture Glass (4
Slots).
9
Insert the new Toner Waste Container
into the machine until it stops.
Toner Waste Container (new)
Slot
Cleaner
1 Insert the Cleaner (felt side down) into the LSU
Aperture Slot.
Correct
Cleaner
To the Slot
Incorrect
10
Gently close the Front Cover.
Front Cover
Problem Solving
6
Remove the Cleaner from the inside of
the Front Cover.
2 Insert and pull out the Cleaner several
times.
3 Clean the remaining 3 Slots in the same
manner as step 1 and 2.
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Replacing the Staple (FQ-SS32)
Problem Solving
Replacing the Staple
Add Staples indicator will light.
Staple Cartridge (FQ-SS32)
NOTE
● When the Staple jams, an error message will be
displayed. Remove the jammed staple from the
staple cartridge as illustrated.
1
Open the Stapler Cover.
2
Pull out the Staple Cartridge.
Staple Cartridge
Stapler Cover
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3
Replace the Staple Case with a new
one.
Staple Case
(Empty)
4
Staple Case
(New)
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
Insert the Staple Cartridge.
Staple Cartridge
5
7
Select “More Menus”.
8
Select “Sort/Finish”, “Staple-Sort”,
and the Staple Position.
(See pages 34 and 35)
Close the Stapler Cover.
2 Select “Staple-Sort”.
1 Select “Sort/Finish”.
9
Press the Start key.
6
Problem Solving
Stapler Cover
To check the stapling operation, place
original(s) on the ADF.
● Check the stapling operation.
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
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Replacing the Staple (DQ-SS35)
Problem Solving
Replacing the Staple
Add Staples indicator will light.
Staple Cartridge (DQ-SS35)
NOTE
● When the Staple jams, an error message will be
displayed. Remove the jammed staple from the
staple cartridge as illustrated.
1
Open the Staple Cover.
2
Turn the Knob on the Stapler Unit
clockwise.
Staple Cover
Until it Stops
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3
Pull out the Stapler Unit.
6
Set the Staple Case (new).
Staple Case (new)
Stapler Unit
4
Pull out the Staple Cartridge by pinching
the green buttons.
● Slide the new staple case into the staple
cartridge, and then push the cover to close.
Staple Cartridge
7
Remove the Tape.
Tape
Remove the Staple Case (Empty).
Press both
sides.
8
Insert the Staple Cartridge.
Problem Solving
5
Staple Cartridge
Staple Case
(Empty)
● Push on each side of the Cartridge, and then
remove the cover.
● Insert it all the way in until it locks.
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<Continued from previous page>
Problem Solving
9
Insert the Stapler Unit.
11
To check the stapling operation, place
original(s) on the ADF and select
“More Menus”.
Stapler Unit
Face Up
Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m2)
Until it Locks
10
Close the Staple Cover.
Staple Cover
● If the above screen is not displayed, press
the Copy key.
12
Select “Sort/Finish”, “Staple-Sort”,
and the Staple Position.
(See pages 34 and 35)
2 Select “Staple-Sort”.
1 Select “Sort/Finish”.
13
Press the Start key.
● Check the stapling
operation.
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Problem Solving
memo:
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Removing Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
■ Paper Feed Section (Paper Tray 1)
1
Open the Feed Cover 1.
4
Feed Cover 1
2
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
5
Insert the Paper Tray 1.
6
Close the Feed Cover 1.
Misfed Paper
ATTENTION
Do not touch the Belt for optimum copy
quality and performance of the machine.
Belt
3
Pull out the Paper Tray 1.
Feed Cover 1
7
Close the Sheet Bypass.
Sheet Bypass
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■ ADU Section
1
Open the Sheet Bypass.
4
Sheet Bypass
2
Open the ADU Cover.
ADU Cover
ADU Cover
5
Close the Sheet Bypass.
Sheet Bypass
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Problem Solving
3
Close the ADU Cover.
Misfed Paper
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Removing Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
■ Fuser/Exit Section
1
● Misfed paper is transported downward by
turning the knob.
● Do not forcibly pull out the misfed paper
upward as toner may adhere to the transfer
unit and blot the next copy with toner. Follow
the steps below to remove the misfed paper.
Open the Feed Cover 1.
Feed Cover 1
4
Close the Right Side Cover.
ATTENTION
Do not touch the Belt for optimum copy
quality and performance of the machine.
Right Side Cover
5
Misfed Paper
Belt
2
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Open the Right Side Cover.
6
Close the Feed Cover 1 and Sheet
Bypass.
Right Side Cover
3
Turn the Paper Transport Knob
counterclockwise.
Feed Cover 1
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Sheet Bypass
■ Paper Transport Section
1
Open the Transport Cover.
■ Paper Feed Section (Paper Tray 2)
1
Open the Feed Cover 2, and
then remove the Misfed Paper.
Transport Cover
Feed Cover 2
● Press the button on the Transport Cover to
open.
2
Remove the Misfed Paper.
2
Pull out the Paper Tray 2.
3
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
3
Close the Transport Cover.
Transport Cover
4
Insert the Paper Tray 2, and then close
the Feed Cover 2.
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Removing Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
■ Paper Feed Section (Optional Paper Tray 3 or 4)
1
Open the Option Feed Cover.
4
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
Option Feed Cover
2
Remove the Misfed Paper.
5
Insert the Paper Tray 3 or 4.
6
Close the Option Feed Cover.
Misfed Paper
3
Pull out the Paper Tray 3 or 4.
Option Feed Cover
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■ 1-Bin Finisher Section
1
Slide the Finisher to the left.
4
Open the Finisher Top Cover, and then
remove the Misfed Paper.
Release Button
Finisher Top Cover
● Push the Release Button to free the Finisher
from the machine.
2
Remove the Misfed Paper.
5
Slowly release your hand from the
Finisher Top Cover, and then the cover
is closed automatically.
Misfed Paper
Finisher Top Cover
Problem Solving
3
Slide the Finisher back until it locks into
place.
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Removing Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
■ 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher Section
1
Slide the Finisher to the left.
4
Close the Finisher Top Cover.
Finisher Top Cover
Release Button
● Push the Release Button to free the Finisher
from the machine.
2
Open the Finisher Top Cover.
5
Open the Staple Cover.
Staple Cover
Finisher Top
Cover
When optional Punch Unit is installed:
Align the
mark with the Black Arrow as
illustrated below.
Black Arrow
3
Remove the Misfed Paper.
6
Turn the Paper Transport Knob
clockwise.
Paper Transport Knob
Misfed Paper
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Mark
7
Remove the Misfed Paper.
10
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
Misfed Paper
8
Close the Staple Cover.
11
Close the Inner Cover.
Staple Cover
Inner Cover
12
Slide the Finisher back until it locks into
place.
Problem Solving
9
Open the Inner Cover.
Inner Cover
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Removing Misfed Paper
Problem Solving
■ ADF Section
1
Open the ADF Cover, and then remove
the Misfed Paper.
4
Remove the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
Misfed Paper
2
Open the Inner Cover, and then remove
the Misfed Paper.
5
Open the Exit Unit, and then remove
the Misfed Paper.
Misfed Paper
Exit Unit
3
Lift the ADF Tray.
ADF Tray
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6
Close the Exit Unit.
Exit Unit
7
Pull down the ADF Tray, and then close
the Inner Cover.
10
Remove the Misfed Paper, and then
close the Platen Cover.
Misfed Paper
ADF Tray
8
Open the Platen Cover.
11
Close the ADF Cover.
ADF Cover
Problem Solving
9
Turn the Paper Transport Knob
counterclockwise.
Paper Transport Knob
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Dispose of the Punch Hole Residue
Problem Solving
Dispose of the Punch Hole Residue (1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher)
When the Container becomes full with punch hole residue, an error message will be displayed.
1
Slide the Finisher to the left.
4
Insert the Punch Hole Residue
Container (Empty).
Release Button
● Push the Release Button to free the
Finisher from the machine.
2
Pull out the Punch Hole Residue
Container (Full).
5
Punch Hole Residue Container (Full)
3
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Punch Hole Residue Container
(Empty)
Clean out the Punch Hole Residue
Container.
Slide the Finisher back until it locks
into place.
Problem Solving
memo:
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Replacing the Battery
Problem Solving
Replacing the Battery
The machine has an internal battery (Product No. CR2032) which maintains the date and time.
When the battery requires replacement, the Status button turns from grey to yellow. (See page 61)
If the status indicates the replacement of the battery, replace it by the following procedures.
The service life of the battery is approximately 1 year under normal use.
Replace Battery
!
CAUTION
● THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM BATTERY. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
IMPROPER USE OR REPLACEMENT MAY CAUSE OVERHEATING, RUPTURE OR EXPLOSION RESULTING IN
INJURY OR FIRE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOUR LOCAL
SOLID WASTE OFFICIALS AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.
● Be sure to use the specified type of battery only.
● Ensure that the battery is installed with correct polarity.
1
Remove the screw with a screwdriver.
2
Pull out the Battery Holder.
Battery Holder
Control Panel
Screw
● When removing the screw, adjust the
viewing angle of Control Panel in a
normal position. (See page 3)
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3
Turn the Battery Holder upside down.
7
Fasten it with the Screw.
Screw
4
Remove the old Battery.
Old Battery
5
Insert the new Battery into the holder.
New Battery
6
Problem Solving
● "+" side of battery should be facing upwards.
● Replace only with the same or equivalent
type of battery.
Turn the Battery Holder upside down,
and then push it into the machine.
Battery Holder
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Setting the Date and Time
Problem Solving
Setting the Date and Time
Set the Date and Time when the clock needs adjustment.
NOTE
● The clock of your machine is equipped with D.S.T. (Daylight Saving Time) system. So, your clock will automatically set
the time forward from 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM on the first Sunday of April and set the time back from 2:00 AM to 1:00 AM
on the last Sunday of October. For setting the Daylight Time, refer to General Settings (Key Operator) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
● The current Date & Time must be set because it is required by the Telephone Consumer Act of 1991.
● On occasion, the clock may need adjustment. (lunar inequality : ±1 minute)
1
Press the Function key.
3
Select "09 Key Operator Mode".
5-9
2
Select "General Settings".
4
09 Key Operator Mode
Enter the identification code (4-digit),
and then select "OK".
Select "OK".
Enter the identification code (4-digit).
● For details on how to set the identification
code, consult with the authorized Panasonic
dealer.
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5
Select "22 Date Time Setting".
20-39
6
8
Select "Close".
9
Press the Reset key to exit the
Function Setting mode.
22 Date Time Setting
Select "Input", and then enter the
Date and Time.
Ex: 1st/May/2005 00:00
Select "Input".
Enter the date and time using the Keypad.
(Date/Month/Year/Time)
Problem Solving
7
Select "OK".
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Specifications
Appendix
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Main Unit
Type:
Semi Console Type
Platen Type:
Fixed
Acceptable Originals:
Sheets, Books (Max. A3)
Copying Method:
Laser Indirect Electric Static
Fusing Method:
Induction Heating System
Imaging Method:
Dry-Type Dual Component Trickle
Resolution:
Max. 600 dpi
Operation Panel:
7.8" Full Colour Touch Panel Display
Copy Size:
Paper Tray
: A3 - A5
Sheet Bypass: A3 - A5
Warm Up Time:
Approx. 15 seconds
(20 °C)
(When installing the optional Finisher, Fax, Internet Fax, Hard Disk Drive Unit
or Main Memory, the time becomes longer.)
First Copy Time:
(A4, from 1st Tray)
Colour : Less than 12.0 seconds
B & W : Less than 7.3 seconds (DP-C262)
Less than 6.2 seconds (DP-C322)
Multi-Copy Speed:
(A4, from Paper Tray)
Colour : Up to 21 ppm (Pages per minute)
B & W : Up to 26 ppm (DP-C262)
Up to 32 ppm (DP-C322)
Enlargement Ratios:
Preset : 115 %, 122 %, 141 %, 173 %, 200 %
Variable : From 101 to 400 % in 1 % increments
Reduction Ratios:
Preset : 87 %, 82 %, 71 %, 58 %, 50 %
Variable : From 99 to 25 % in 1 % decrements
Paper Feed:
Standard Paper Tray (550 sheets x 2) + Sheet Bypass (50 Sheets)
Optional Paper Tray (550 sheets x 2)
Paper Weight:
Paper Tray
: 64-105 g/m2
Sheet Bypass : 55-220 g/m2
Duplex
: 64-105 g/m2
Quantity Selector:
Max. 999 sheets
Inner Tray Output Capacity:
Max. 250 sheets (80 g/m2)
With Optional Finisher or Exit Tray : Max. 150 sheets (80 g/m2)
● The capacity can be changed according to the paper type. When papers on
the inner tray exceed the capacity, the machine stops and error message
appears on the display. (See page 60)
SD Card Slot:
Use only Genuine SD Memory Card (up to 1 GB).
PCMCIA/PC Card Slot:
Use only Type II, PCMCIA/PC Card Adapters intended for 3.3 V operating voltage.
Electrical Requirement:
AC 220 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 6.5 A
Power Consumption:
Less than 1.5 kW
Dimensions (W) (D) (H):
656 mm x 825 mm x 933 mm
Mass (Weight):
Scanner: 39 kg / Engine : 125 kg
ADF (Standard)
Tray Capacity:
70 sheets (80 g/m2)
Original Size:
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, A5, A5-R, FLS1, FLS2
Paper Weight:
1 sided : 50-105 g/m2 / 2 sided : 64-105 g/m2
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
PCL Printer Unit (Standard)
Printing Speed:
Black and White : Up to 26 sheets/minute (DP-C262), 32 sheets/minute
(DP-C322)
Colour
: Up to 21 sheets/minute (A4, Plain paper from Paper Tray,
600dpi, Simplex printing)
Resolution (dots per inch):
Max. 1200 x 1200 dpi
Interface:
USB 2.0, Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Applicable OS:
Windows 98*1, Me*2, NT 4.0*3 (with service pack 3 or later is required), 2000*4,
XP*5, Server 2003*6
Network Scanner (Option)
Scanning type:
Three Line Colour CCD Image Sensor (ADF/Platen)
Resolution (dpi):
200x200, 300x300, 400x400, 600x600
Max Scanning Area:
A3
Scanning Mode:
Text, Text/Photo, Photo
Tone Scale:
256 step for each colour
Compression Format:
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG, JPEG
File Format:
TIFF, JPEG, PDF, High Compressibility PDF
Send to:
PC/FTP (Single Address only), SD Card, PCMCIA/PC Card Adapter, HDD, Email
Pop up Notification:
Yes
Protocol:
LPR, TCP/IP, FTP
Applicable OS:
Windows 98*1, Me*2, NT 4.0*3 (with service pack 3 or later is required), 2000*4,
XP*5, Server 2003*6
3rd/4th Paper Tray (Option)
Paper Size:
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, A5-R, FLS1, FLS2
Paper Weight:
64-105 g/m2
Paper Capacity:
550 sheets x 1 (DA-DS320), 550 sheets x 2 (DA-DS321)
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
Dimensions (W) (D) (H):
600 mm x 750 mm x 291 mm
Mass (Weight):
DA-DS320: 26.5 kg / DA-DS321: 27.4 kg
*1 Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system
*3 Microsoft® Windows NT® operating system Version 4.0
*5 Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system
*2 Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition operating system
*4 Microsoft® Windows® 2000 operating system
*6 Microsoft® Windows ServerTM 2003 operating system
Appendix
For machine's improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
Appendix
G3 Facsimile (Option)
Compatibility:
ITU-T Group 3
Coding Scheme:
JBIG, MH, MR, MMR (Conforms to ITU-T Recommendations)
Modem Type:
ITU-T V.34, V.17, V.29, V.27 ter and V.21
Modem Speed:
33600-2400 bps
Document Size:
A5 - A3
Max : Platen Glass : A3
ADF
: A3
Min : Platen Glass : No Minimum
ADF
: A5
Scanning Method:
Sheet Feeding with CCD type image sensor
Effective Scanning Width:
292 mm
Scanner Resolution:
Horizontal
: 8 pels/mm
: 16 pels/mm
: 600 dpi
Vertical
: 3.85 lines/mm
: 7.7 lines/mm
: 15.4 lines/mm
: 600 dpi
: Standard and Fine Resolution
: 400 dpi as Super Fine Resolution
: 600 dpi as Super Fine Resolution
: Standard Resolution
: Fine Resolution
: 400 dpi as Super Fine Resolution
: 600 dpi as Super Fine Resolution
Address Book Memory
Capacity:
200 stations
(plus an additional 800 stations with the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit DA-HD32
installed)
Each station can register up to 36 digits for each telephone number (including
pauses and spaces) and up to 15 characters for each station name.
Image Memory Capacity:
Standard : 3 MB
Ringer Equivalence:
0.2 B
Email / Internet Fax (Option)
Standard Compliance:
10Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet (IEEE802.3u)
Connector Interfaces:
10/100 Base-TX port: RJ-45
Compatibility:
IETF RFC3965, ITU-T T.37
Communication Protocol:
TCP/IP, SMTP, POP3, MIME
File Format:
TIFF [IETF RFC 3302 Profile S, F, J]
PDF (Transmission only)
Email Receiving Width:
Max. A3
For machine's improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1-Bin Finisher (Option)
Paper Size:
A4, B4, A3
Paper Weight:
64-90 g/m2
Stacking Capacity:
A4
B4, A3
: 500 sheets
: 250 sheets
Staple Sort:
A4
B4, A3
: 30 sheets
: 20 sheets
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
Dimensions (W x D x H):
182 mm x 498 mm x 257 mm
Mass (Weight):
10 kg
1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher (Option)
Mode
Paper Size:
Bin
Non-sort, Sort, Staple
Tray
Saddle-Stitch
Bin
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, A5-R, FLS2
Tray
A3, B4, A4-R
Paper Weight
Non-sort mode : 64-220 g/m2
Paper Capacity Bin
Maximum (1-Sided Copy):
1000 sheets (A5-R, A4)
500 sheets (B4, FL2, A3)
30 set (Stapling mode)
● To avoid the paper from falling out of the bin due to paper curl while
copying in duplex mode, empty the bin when the stack of paper reaches
about halfway of the maximum paper capacity.
Staple
Saddle-Stitch
Tray
Maximum: 20 set
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, FLS2
Paper Weight
64-90 g/m2
Capacity
2-50 sheets
2-25 sheets
Point
Rear 1, Front 1, Middle 2-Point Staple
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4-R
Paper Weight
64-90 g/m2
Stack
6-10 sheets : 10 sets / 2-5 sheets : 20 sets
: A4 (80 g/m2)
: A3 (80 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
Dimensions (W x D x H):
661 mm x 603 mm x 464 mm
Mass (Weight):
27.5 kg
Paper Size:
A4, A3 : 4-hole
A4-R, B4
: 2-hole
Paper Weight:
64-200 g/m2
Applicable Modes:
DA-FS325
Appendix
Punch Unit (Option)
For machine's improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
Appendix
Paper Type
● Do not use the following type/flawed paper to avoid image quality related problems, mechanical
failures or misfeeding problems.
Consult with an authorized Panasonic dealer for advice regarding non-standard paper types.
Tracing paper, Pressure-sensitive paper, Transparency with white border,
Special paper for ink-jet printer, Thermal recording paper, Thermal transfer paper, Photo paper,
Light paper (up to 55 g/m2), Curled paper, Adhesive paper/envelope, Wet paper/envelope,
Textured paper, Stapled paper, Copied/Printed paper produced by other machine.
● Commercial papers described below are acceptable, however, the standard paper (Hammermill
Laser Print) is recommended for optimum copy quality and performance of the machine.
Paper Type
Paper Weight
Tray 1 - 4
Sheet Bypass 2-Sided Copy/Print
Thin
55-63 g/m2
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
Plain
64-105 g/m2
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Glossy
64-105 g/m2
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Recycled
64-105 g/m2
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Thick
106-169 g/m2
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
Coated
106-169 g/m2
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
Index / Cover
170-220 g/m2
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
Coated/Cover
170-220 g/m2
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
Special∗
Not Compatible Compatible
Not Compatible
∗ Special Purpose Paper
Labels
: FP-111L
Envelopes
: Commercial #10 (241.3 mm x 104.8 mm), Monarch 7 3/4 (190.5 mm x 98.4 mm),
DL (220 mm x 110 mm), C5 (229 mm x 162 mm)
Transparency : CG3700 3M
● The following paper type limitations correspond to the tray used.
Paper Type
Index / Cover
Coated
Labels
Envelopes
Transparency
Inner Tray
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Outer Tray
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
DA-FS320
Not Compatible
Not Compatible
Not Compatible
Not Compatible
Non-Sort only
DA-FS325
Non-Sort only
Non-Sort only
Non-Sort only
Not Compatible
Non-Sort only
● Load the paper with the printing side Face Down in a Portrait Orientation.
Envelope
Face Down.
(Only for printing)
Flap to the right.
OHP film / Labels
Face Down
or
Sheet Bypass
Sheet Bypass
• Certain types of envelopes may get wrinkled.
● Ensure to change the media type selection in the control panel when changing the media loaded
on the trays. (Ex: Select "Transparency" when Transparencies are loaded in the Sheet Bypass)
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Option and Supplies
Part Name
Part No.
Remarks
System Console 1
DA-DS320
3rd Paper Tray (550 sheets x 1)
System Console 2
DA-DS321
3rd and 4th Paper Trays (550 sheets x 2)
Stand for 2-tray Configuration
DA-DA322
For Main Unit
(Optional System Console 1 or 2 is not installed)
1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
DA-FS325
Optional Paper Transport Unit is required.
1 Bin Finisher
DA-FS320
Optional Paper Transport Unit is required.
Exit Tray (Outer)
DA-XT320
Optional Paper Transport Unit is required.
Punch Unit
DA-SP41
For 1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
Paper Transport Unit
DA-FK320
For 1 Bin Finisher, 1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher or Exit Tray
Fax Communication Board
DA-FG320
G3 Fax Communication
Internet Fax Module
DA-NF320
Internet Fax Communication
Printer Controller Module
DA-MC320
Printer Controller for PS3
Network Scanner/Email Module
DA-NS320
Network Scanner/Email Function
Network Scanner/Email Module
for Document Distribution System
DA-NS321
Network Scanner/Email Function for optional Document
Distribution System
Hard Disk Drive Unit
DA-HD32
Page Memory (256 MB)
DA-PMN56
For Printing with 1200 dpi or Long Length (900 mm)
Main Memory (256 MB)
DA-EMN56
For Printing with PS3, High Compression PDF or 1200 dpi
Accounting Software
DA-WA10
For Accounting function
Document Distribution System (DDS)
DA-WR10
For Routing function
Remote Operation Panel Software
DA-UD320
—
ADF Handle for Accessibility
DA-UD321
—
(for Adobe® PostScript® 3TM)
—
For Facsimile/Internet Fax Function
(Please contact your local authorized Panasonic dealer
for more details about purchase and installation of the
SD Memory Card.)
Toner Cartridge (Black)
DQ-TUN28K
Toner (Black)
Toner Cartridge (Cyan)
DQ-TUN20C
Toner (Cyan)
Toner Cartridge (Magenta)
DQ-TUN20M
Toner (Magenta)
Toner Cartridge (Yellow)
DQ-TUN20Y
Toner (Yellow)
OPC Drum Unit (Colour)
DQ-UHN30
OPC Drum (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
OPC Drum Unit (Black)
DQ-UHN36K
OPC Drum (Black)
Toner Waste Container
DQ-BFN45
Toner Waste Container
Staple
(for 1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher)
DQ-SS35
—
Staple (for 1 Bin Finisher)
FQ-SS32
—
Verification Stamp
DZHT000004
Appendix
SD Memory Card
—
X-Stamp for Fax Option
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Regulatory Information
Appendix
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. declares that this G3 Facsimile equipment is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
If you want to get a copy of the original Declaration of Conformity of our products which relates to Directive 1999/5/EC,
please contact to our web address: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact:
Panasonic Services Europe GmbH
Panasonic Testing Centre
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany
Network Compatibility
This product, Model DP-C322/C262-** (** means country suffixes as table below), is designed as to work with an analogue
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in the each country.
!
**
Country
**
Country
**
Country
EB
U.K./Ireland
EH
The Netherlands
EE
Italy
AG
Germany
EP
Spain
EP
Greece
AV
France
ER
Turkey
WARNING
denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
• Plug power supply cord into ordinary AC outlet before connecting telephone line cord. Disconnect telephone line cord
before unplugging power supply cord from AC outlet.
• Disconnect the equipment immediately should it ever suffer physical damage which results in the internal parts
becoming accessible in normal use. In this instance users should have the equipment repaired or dispose of.
• If the power supply cord and/or telephone line cord of this equipment are damaged, they must be replaced by the
special cords supplied by an authorized Panasonic service centre.
!
CAUTION
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
• When you know that a thunderstorm is coming, we recommend that you;
1. Unplug the telephone line cord from the phone jack.
2. Turn off the power and unplug the power supply cord from AC outlet.
• This equipment may not necessarily provide for the effective hand-over of a call to or from a telephone connected
to the same line.
• The operation of this equipment on the same line as telephones or other equipment with audible warning devices or
automatic ring detectors will give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false tripping of the ring detector. Should
such problem occur, the user is not to contact telecom (telephone company) faults service.
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<For Germany Users>
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The maximum sound pressure level is equal or less
than 70 dB(A) according to ISO 7779.
<For New Zealand Users>
The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item
complies with the minimum conditions for connection to its network.
It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no
assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make
or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecom's network services.
The automatic calling functions of this equipment must not be used to cause a nuisance to other telecom customers.
Telepermitted equipment only may be connected to the auxiliary telephone port. The auxiliary telephone port is specifically
designed for 3-wire connected equipment. 3-wire connected equipment might not respond to incoming ringing when
attached to this port.
Different characteristics of the equipment at the other end of the call, and/or variations in line conditions, may mean that it
will not always be possible to communicate at the higher speeds for which this machine has been designed.
Neither Telecom or Panasonic New Zealand can accept responsibility should this situation arise.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Under power failure conditions, this telephone may not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent
on local power, is available for emergency use in emergencies.
This equipment should not be used under any circumstances which may constitute a nuisance to other Telecom customers.
This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom '111' Emergency Service.
Appendix
Not all telephones will respond to incoming ringing when connected to the extension socket.
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Index
Appendix
Numerics
E
1 -> 2 Copy ............................................................ 24, 28
2 -> 2 Copy ............................................................ 24, 28
2 -> 1 Copy .................................................................. 24
2 Page Copy ................................................................ 24
2-Sided Copy .......................................................... 28-31
2-Sided/Original->Copy tab ......................................... 24
2-Sided Original (Scan/Email) ..................................... 45
Edge ............................................................................. 25
Email button (Scan/Email) ........................................... 16
Email button (Facsimile/Internet Fax) .......................... 17
Energy Saver ............................................................... 11
Energy Saver key ......................................................... 13
Energy Star .................................................................... 5
A
F
Accessories ................................................................... 2
Active LED ................................................................... 14
Adding Paper <Paper Tray> ......................................... 64
Adding Paper <Sheet Bypass> .................................... 64
Address Book (Email) .................................................. 46
Address Book (Facsimile) ............................................ 50
Address Book (Internet Fax) ........................................ 52
Auto Zoom .................................................................... 25
13
13
25
44
25
13
G
Glossary .............................................................. 104-106
B
Basic Copy Operation .................................................. 20
Basic Menu (Copy) ...................................................... 22
Basic Menu button (Copy) ........................................... 15
Basic Menu button (Facsimile/Internet Fax) ................ 17
Basic Menu button (Scan/Email) .................................. 16
Book ............................................................................. 25
Book -> 2 Copy ...................................................... 24, 30
Booklet Copy ................................................................ 24
Bypass (Labels, Envelopes, Transparency etc.) .... 64, 98
C
Centering .....................................................................
Cleaning the LSU Aperture Glass ...............................
Clear key ......................................................................
Completion Notice .......................................................
Completion Notice button ............................................
Confirm Settings ..........................................................
Confirm Settings button ...............................................
Control Panel ...............................................................
Copy Image Indication .................................................
Copying with Preset Ratios ..........................................
Copy key ......................................................................
Copy Size buttons ........................................................
Cover ............................................................................
Fax key .........................................................................
Fax On Line LED ..........................................................
File Edit ........................................................................
File Type and Name (Scan/Email) ...............................
Form Overlay ...............................................................
Function key .................................................................
25
70
13
23
15
23
15
13
15
26
13
15
25
D
Density (Scanning Density) ......................................... 22
Dispose of the Punch Hole Residue ............................ 88
Double Exposure ......................................................... 36
I
Image Repeat .............................................................. 25
Insertion/Overlay tab .................................................... 25
Interrupt key ................................................................. 13
J
Jam Error Codes (J Codes) ......................................... 63
Job Build and SADF (Copy) ......................................... 24
Job Build and SADF (Scan/Email) ............................... 45
K
Keypad ......................................................................... 13
M
Machine Care ............................................................... 61
Machine Condition LED ......................................... 13, 14
Machine Error Codes (E Codes) .................................. 62
Margin .......................................................................... 25
Monitor button .............................................................. 17
More Menus (Copy) ..................................................... 24
More Menus button (Copy) .......................................... 15
More Menus button (Facsimile/Internet Fax) ............... 17
Multi-Size Feed (Copy) ................................................ 24
Multisize Feed (Scan/Email) ........................................ 45
N
N in 1 Copy ............................................................ 24, 32
Non Sort ....................................................................... 25
Number Pad button ...................................................... 17
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O
S
Operating Instructions .................................................... 2
Option and Supplies .................................................... 99
Original Size (Scan/Email) ........................................... 44
Others (Double Exposure) ........................................... 36
Outer/Inner View .......................................................... 12
Output Queue .............................................................. 23
Output Queue button ................................................... 15
Overlay ......................................................................... 25
Safety Information .......................................................... 6
Scan/Email key ............................................................ 13
Scanning ...................................................................... 42
SD Card Print .......................................................... 38-41
SD Card Slot .................................................................. 3
Search button ............................................................... 17
Sending Email .............................................................. 48
Sending Originals (Facsimile) ...................................... 56
Sending Originals (Internet Fax) .................................. 58
Setting the Date and Time ........................................... 92
Sheet Bypass
(Labels, Envelopes, Transparency etc.) ................. 64, 98
Shift-Group ............................................................. 25, 34
Shift-Sort ................................................................ 25, 34
Sort ........................................................................ 25, 34
Sort Copy / Finishing ................................................... 34
Sort/Finish tab .............................................................. 25
Specifications .......................................................... 94-98
Stamping ...................................................................... 25
Staple-Sort ............................................................. 25, 34
Start key ....................................................................... 13
Status button .......................................................... 15, 61
Status LED ................................................................... 14
Stop key ....................................................................... 13
Page Insertion .............................................................. 25
Paper/Output Tray button ............................................. 15
Paper/Output Tray ........................................................ 22
PCMCIA/PC Card Slot ................................................... 3
Placing Originals (Copy) .............................................. 18
Placing Originals (Facsimile/Internet Fax) ................... 54
Power Save Mode ........................................................ 11
Power Switch ......................................................... 11, 12
Precautions .................................................................... 9
Preset Jobs button ....................................................... 15
Preset Jobs .................................................................. 23
Print Data LED ............................................................. 14
Printer On Line LED ..................................................... 13
Print key ....................................................................... 13
Printing from SD Memory Card / PC ............................ 38
Proof Set ...................................................................... 23
Proof Set button ........................................................... 15
Punch ..................................................................... 25, 34
Q
Quality Adj. (Copy) ....................................................... 22
Quality Adj. (Scan/Email) ............................................. 44
Quality Adj. button ........................................................ 15
R
Redial button ................................................................ 17
Reduction / Enlargement Copy .................................... 26
Removing Misfed Paper (Paper Tray 1) ....................... 78
Removing Misfed Paper (ADU Section) ....................... 79
Removing Misfed Paper (Fuser/Exit Section) .............. 80
Removing Misfed Paper (Paper Transport Section) ..... 81
Removing Misfed Paper (Paper Tray 2) ....................... 81
Removing Misfed Paper (Optional Paper Tray 3 or 4) .. 82
Removing Misfed Paper (1-Bin Finisher Section) ........ 83
Removing Misfed Paper
(1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher Section) ......................... 84
Removing Misfed Paper (ADF Section) ....................... 86
Replacing the Battery .................................................. 90
Replacing the OPC Drum Unit ..................................... 68
Replacing the Staple (FQ-SS32) ................................. 72
Replacing the Staple (DQ-SS35) ................................. 74
Replacing Toner Cartridge ........................................... 66
Replacing Toner Waste Container ............................... 70
Reset key ..................................................................... 13
Rotate-Group ......................................................... 25, 34
Rotate-Sort ............................................................ 25, 34
Routing Menu button .................................................... 16
T
Table of Contents ........................................................ 4-5
Touch Panel Display ............................................... 15-17
Transparency ......................................................... 64, 98
Transparency Interleaving ............................................ 25
Troubleshooting ............................................................ 60
U
Useful Office Function ................................................... 3
User Error Codes (U Codes) ....................................... 62
Z
Zoom ............................................................................ 25
Zoom/Effects tab .......................................................... 25
Appendix
P
103
Glossary
Appendix
104
Address Book
The Address Book is a convenient directory that stores contact Phone Numbers
and Email Addresses for easy retrieval at a future time.
Address Book Dialing
A dialer that enables you to dial an entire Telephone Number/Email Address by
pressing one key.
ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder)
The mechanism that delivers a stack of document pages to the scanner one page at
a time.
CD-ROM
CD-ROM media is read-only media that holds about 650 MB of data. It’s generally
accepted as the easiest way to distribute software. CD-ROM drives can also read
audio CDs even though they are in a different format than standard CD-ROM media.
DDS
(Document Distribution
System)
The Document Distribution System automatically distributes received data (scanner
data, data received via FAX, and data received via Internet Fax) to specified recipients
via a predefined delivery mechanism. The system administrator uses the system to
specify the delivery mechanisms and the recipients.
Density
Signifies the scanning sensitivity in terms of lightness and darkness of your original
pages. The degree of colour or darkness of an image or photograph.
Dept. Code
(Department Code)
This operation requires the user to input a preset number of digits (Department
Code) before being given access to a function of the machine such as transmission
for example. The Department Name of selected Department Code is printed on the
Header of each page sent, Cover Sheet, Comm. Journal and Individual Transmission
Journal.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - a standard method for assigning IP addresses
automatically to the devices on a TCP/IP network. As a new device connects, the
DHCP server assigns an IP address from a list of available addresses. The device
retains this IP address for the duration of the session - once the device disconnects
the IP address becomes available for use again.
Disk Drive
A peripheral storage device that holds, spins, reads and writes magnetic or optical
disks. It may be a receptacle for disk cartridges, disk packs or floppy disks, or it may
contain non-removable disk platters like most hard disks.
dpi
Abbreviation of dots per inch, which indicates the resolution of images. The more
dots per inch, the higher the resolution. A common resolution for laser printers is
600 dots per inch. This means 600 dots across and 600 dots down, so there are
360,000 dots per square inch.
Drum
Along with the laser, this is one of the basic components of a laser printer. A lightsensitive drum on which the image is generated by the laser beam as the pattern of
an electric charge. The toner particles adhere to this pattern after the drum has
brushed against the developing roller. (a.k.a. OPC Drum)
Fax Board
In a multi-functional device, this is a Fax capability built onto a printed circuit board
which can send and receive facsimiles. The multi-functional device is normally able
to scan a document and transmit it over a phone line to another fax machine. Also, it
can receive faxes from other machines and print them out.
FTP
Short for File Transfer Protocol, the protocol for exchanging files over the Internet.
FTP works in the same way as HTTP for transferring Web pages from a server to a
user’s browser and SMTP for transferring electronic mail across the Internet in that,
like these technologies, FTP uses the Internet’s TCP/IP protocols to enable data
transfer.
FTP is most commonly used to download a file from a server using the Internet or to
upload a file to a server (e.g., uploading a Web page file to a server).
G3
(Group 3)
Refers to the standards and transmission capabilities of the current generation of
facsimile machines.
The physical component of a PC which performs the basic operations on the hard
disk-including rotating the disk & reading/writing data to the disk.
Install
To add hardware or load a software application onto your multi-functional machine/
computer.
Internet
The Internet is a vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP
protocols, on which you can send an electronic email, chat to people electronically
or search for information on almost any subject you care to think of. Quite simply it is
a “network of computer networks”.
Internet FAX
The Internet fax uses the Internet to send faxes. The transmission and reception
take place via store-and-forward mode on the Internet using Internet email. In storeand-forward mode the facsimile protocol stops at the gateway to the Internet and is
reestablished at the gateway leaving the Internet.
JPEG
Short for Joint Photographic Experts Group, and pronounced jay-peg. JPEG is a
lossy compression technique for colour images. Although it can reduce file size to
about 5 % of their normal size, some detail is lost in the compression. JPEG is a
graphical format that is widely used in WWW pages.
Key Name
An alternate to the station name that can be programmed for each Address Book
dialling key. (By default it displays the first 15 characters of the station name.)
Keypad
A group of numeric keys located on your Control Panel.
LAN
(Local Area Network)
A Local Area Network is a computer network system and printer limited to an
immediate area, such as an Office, Factory, and University used to integrate and
exchange data.
Memory
The term memory identifies data storage that comes in the form of chips, which
holds information that your machine needs to use. The word storage is used for
memory that exists on disks.
Modem
A device that converts signals from your fax machine into signals that can be
transmitted over telephone lines.
Module
A self-contained hardware or software component that interacts with a larger system.
Hardware modules are often made to plug into a main system. Program modules
are designed to handle a specific task within a larger program.
Network
Any time you connect 2 or more computers together so that they can share resources,
you have a computer network. Connect 2 or more networks together and you have
an internet.
PC
The Personal Computer - Quite Simply a computer designed to be used by one
person at a time.
PCMCIA/PC Card
A credit card sized removable module for portable computers. PCMCIA/PC Cards
are used to attach modems, network adapters, sound cards, radio transceivers,
solid state disks and hard disks to a portable computer.
PCL
(Printer Control Language)
The page description language, which has become a de facto standard used in
many printers and typesetters. PCL Level 6 streamlines the graphics and font
commands, reducing the amount of information that has to be sent to the printer.
PDF
Adobe ® Portable Document Format is a universal file format that preserves all the
fonts, formatting, graphics, and colour of any source document, regardless of the
application and platform used to create it.
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Appendix
HDD
(Hard Disk Drive)
Glossary
Appendix
Protocol
A standard process, a set of rules & conditions that perform a particular function. A
word which is very common in PC & Internet Terminology.
Ex: FTP (File Transmission Protocol), IP Address (Internet Protocol Address),
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol),
POP (Post Office Protocol)
Resolution
This relates to the quality of a viewed image either on the PC Screen or printed
output. For printed images the resolutions is measured in dots per inch or DPI. The
higher the DPI the better the resolution and better image quality.
SD Card
(Secure Digital Memory Card)
A flash memory card that provides secure storage for your machine, which is also
popular with handheld devices such as digital cameras, cell-phones, and PDAs.
Sleep Mode
The lowest power state that the machine enters after the specified time without
actually turning off.
SMTP
An accepted standard used extensively on the Internet for transferring E-mail
(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) messages between computers. The standard defines exactly how the message will
be sent, any controls, format of the message etc.
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Software
Software is basically a series of instructions that causes the PC to do something.
The Operating System such as DOS is known as Systems Software. Application
Programs such as a Word Processor or Spreadsheet perform the main tasks for
which we use the PC.
Station Name
An Alphanumeric ID which can be programmed for each phone number or email
address location in the Address Book.
TCP/IP
TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol & is quite simply
a standard set of protocols that govern the basic workings of the Internet that was
implemented in 1982.
The TCP part is all about ensuring that data is transmitted correctly between 2
computers. If any errors occur these are detected & the data is retransmitted. The
data transmitted is split up into small portions called Data packets. The IP part of
TCP/IP is how these data packets are moved from one point to another. Each
computer on the internet has a unique IP address & the data packets are moved
from the source to the destination through many different computers & this is controlled
via TCP/IP. This protocol is used on the Internet & also by computers which are part
of a LAN.
Thumbnails
A miniature display of a page or an image. Thumbnails enable you to see the layout
of many pages/images on the screen at once. Generally, thumbnails are too small to
show the actual text/image.
TIFF
Tagged Image File Format. One of the many different types of File Format used on
PC’s. An image file format for attachments of graphic data for smooth transmission
between different units.
The coding method of this format supports the same coding as Modified Huffman
(MH) and multiple-page image data.
Toner
A special type of ink used by copy machines and laser printers. Toner consists of a
dry, powdery substance that is electrically charged so that it adheres to an invisible
image that has been charged onto a drum, plate, or piece of paper with the opposite
polarity.
Verification Stamp
A user selectable transmission verification stamp which can be placed on scanned
documents that are successfully transmitted or stored in memory.
memo
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Adobe, Acrobat Reader & Adobe logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
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PEERLESSPageTM is a trademark of the PEERLESS Systems Corporation; and,
PEERLESSPrint® and Memory Reduction Technology® are registered trademarks of PEERLESS
Systems Corporation; and, COPYRIGHT© 2002 PEERLESS Systems Corporation.
Universal Font Scaling Technology (UFST) and all typefaces have been licensed from Agfa Monotype.
Agfa® and the Agfa rhombus are registered trademarks of Agfa-Gevaert N.V. registered in the U.S. Patent and
Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions. Monotype® is a registered trademark of AMT
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions. ColorTune® is
a registered trademark of Agfa-Gevaert N.V. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be
registered in other jurisdictions. Profile Tool Kit™, Profile Studio™ and Profile Optimizer™ are trademarks of
AMT and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
PCL is either trademark or registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company and/or its subsidiaries.
Adobe, PostScript and PostScript 3 are either registered trademarks or trademark of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
This equipment contains a number of programs licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public
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license terms thereof, please refer to the relevant information in the CD attached herewith.
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The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
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