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Océ

Operator’s Manual for Basic Functions

im4530 / im3530

For Océ and Imagistics Models

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EPA E NERGY S TAR ® (MFD)

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has introduced a voluntary program, the

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North America, Corporate Printing Division has determined that this copier model meets the

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TAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

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TAR guidelines for this class of copier require

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TAR copiers to have a ‘Sleep Mode’ feature that automatically makes the copier enter the sleep mode after a period of inactivity. The copier must also automatically change to a ‘Low Power Mode’ (Automatic Energy Save) after a period of time since the last usage.

Specifically, this copier complies with the following requirements.

im3530/im4530 Copier model (Base model)

‘Automatic Energy Save’-

The copier consumes less than 139.75 W (im3530)/178.25 W (im4530) during Energy Save.

‘Automatic Energy Save’ Default Time-

The default time for the ‘Automatic Energy Save’ is 15 minutes.

‘Off Mode’

The copier consumes less than 15 W (im3530)/20 W (im4530).

‘Off Mode’ Default Time-

The default time for the ‘Off Mode’ is 60 minutes (im3530)/90 minutes (im4530).

im3530/im4530 Copier/Printer + Fax model (Multifunction model)

‘Automatic Energy Save’-

The copier consumes less than 184.75 W (im3530)/223.25 W (im4530) during Energy Save.

‘Automatic Energy Save’ Default Time-

The default time for the ‘Automatic Energy Save’ is 15 minutes.

‘Sleep Mode’

The copier consumes less than 80 W (im3530)/95 W (im4530) in the ‘Sleep Mode’.

‘Sleep Mode’ Default Time-

The default time for the ‘Sleep Mode’ is 60 minutes (im3530)/90 minutes (im4530).

Note1The default setting for the ‘Off Mode’/‘Sleep Mode’ and ‘Automatic Energy Save’ can be changed. See the User Functions Guide to change the default settings noted above.

Note2For Base model, when the copier enters into the off mode, the power switch is automatically turned off.

Turn the power switch on again to use the copier.

Note3For Multifunction model, if the Fax or printer data is received in the sleep mode, the copier starts warming itself up and prints out the data when it becomes ready. Also, when the start button or the energy saver button on the control panel is pressed, the copier starts warming itself up.

Note4If ‘Automatic Energy Save’ and ‘Off Mode’/‘Sleep Mode’ have the same setting time, ‘Off Mode’/‘Sleep

Mode’ takes priority.

In accordance with EPA E NERGY S TAR program guidelines, Océ recommends the following recycled paper.

Great White MultiUse 20 paper

If you have any questions regarding the use of recycled paper or some recommended types of recycled paper, please contact your authorized Océ dealer.

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CONTENTS

Notice to Users ........................................................................................................................................5

Océ Quality is Second to None ...............................................................................................................6

Preface ....................................................................................................................................................8

Features of the im3530/im4530...............................................................................................................9

General Precautions..............................................................................................................................10

• When installing or moving ..................................................................................................................10

• When using the Multifunctional Digital System ..................................................................................13

• During maintenance or inspection......................................................................................................16

• When handling supplies .....................................................................................................................17

Disclaimer Notice...................................................................................................................................18

1. BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT.............................................................................................................19

1. Description of Each Component ......................................................................................................20

• Main components ..........................................................................................................................20

• Configuration of options.................................................................................................................21

• Control panel .................................................................................................................................24

• Adjustment of the angle of the control panel .................................................................................26

• Touch panel ...................................................................................................................................28

2. Turning Power On / Off ....................................................................................................................32

• Turning power on...........................................................................................................................32

• When department or user management is used............................................................................33

• Turning power off (Shutdown) .......................................................................................................38

3. Energy Saving Mode........................................................................................................................41

4. Setting Copy Paper..........................................................................................................................43

• About the “width” and the “length” of the original and the copy paper ...........................................43

• Acceptable copy paper ..................................................................................................................44

• Setting copy paper (size change) ..................................................................................................46

• Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional) .................................................................51

• Drawer for special uses .................................................................................................................52

2. HOW TO MAKE COPIES......................................................................................................................55

1. Setting Originals...............................................................................................................................56

• Acceptable originals.......................................................................................................................56

• Placing originals on the glass ........................................................................................................58

• Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)........................................................60

2. Making Copies .................................................................................................................................63

• Initial (Default) settings ..................................................................................................................63

• Copying procedure ........................................................................................................................64

• Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start)...........................................................68

• Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying)......................................70

3. Bypass Copying ...............................................................................................................................71

• Bypass copying..............................................................................................................................71

• Bypass copying on standard size paper ........................................................................................72

• Bypass copying on non-standard size paper.................................................................................76

4. Proof Copy .......................................................................................................................................80

3. SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES....................................................................................................83

1. Paper Selection................................................................................................................................84

• Automatic Paper Selection (APS)..................................................................................................84

• Manual paper selection..................................................................................................................86

• Copying mixed-size originals in one go (mixed original size) .......................................................87

2. Enlargement and Reduction Copying ..............................................................................................89

3. Selecting Finishing Modes ...............................................................................................................95

• Type of finishing mode...................................................................................................................95

• Name of each part in the Finisher (optional)..................................................................................96

• Name of each Inner Finisher (optional) .........................................................................................97

• Sort/Group copying........................................................................................................................98

• Rotate sort mode .........................................................................................................................100

• Staple sort mode..........................................................................................................................101

• Magazine sort & saddle stitch mode (booklet mode)...................................................................103

• Hole punch mode (optional).........................................................................................................106

4. Duplex Copying..............................................................................................................................109

5. Original Mode.................................................................................................................................118

6. Copy Density Adjustment...............................................................................................................119

4. IMAGE ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................................................................121

1. Background Adjustment.................................................................................................................122

2. Sharpness......................................................................................................................................123

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5. USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS....................................................................................................125

1. IMAGE SHIFT ................................................................................................................................126

2. EDGE ERASE................................................................................................................................132

3. BOOK CENTER ERASE................................................................................................................133

4. DUAL PAGE ..................................................................................................................................135

5. 2IN1 / 4IN1.....................................................................................................................................137

6. MAGAZINE SORT .........................................................................................................................140

7. EDITING ........................................................................................................................................142

• Trimming / Masking .....................................................................................................................142

• Mirror image.................................................................................................................................145

• Negative/Positive reversal ...........................................................................................................146

8. XY ZOOM ......................................................................................................................................147

9. COVER SHEET .............................................................................................................................149

10. SHEET INSERTION ......................................................................................................................152

11. TIME STAMP .................................................................................................................................155

12. PAGE NUMBER ............................................................................................................................156

13. JOB BUILD ....................................................................................................................................158

14. IMAGE DIRECTION.......................................................................................................................162

15. BOOK - TABLET............................................................................................................................164

16. ADF / SADF ...................................................................................................................................166

6. e-FILING..............................................................................................................................................169

1. e-Filing ...........................................................................................................................................170

2. Creating User Boxes......................................................................................................................172

3. Changing Data of User Boxes .......................................................................................................174

4. Deleting User Boxes ......................................................................................................................177

5. Storing Documents in e-Filing........................................................................................................179

6. Printing Stored Documents ............................................................................................................183

7. Deleting Folders or Documents .....................................................................................................188

8. Appendix ........................................................................................................................................190

• Storing documents in the shared folder .......................................................................................190

7. TEMPLATE .........................................................................................................................................195

1. Template ........................................................................................................................................196

2. Registering User Groups and Templates.......................................................................................198

3. Changing Data of User Groups and Templates.............................................................................210

4. Recalling Templates ......................................................................................................................218

5. Deleting User Groups or Templates ..............................................................................................223

8. JOB STATUS......................................................................................................................................227

1. Job Status ......................................................................................................................................228

2. Confirming Print Job Status ...........................................................................................................229

• Print jobs......................................................................................................................................230

• Proof print jobs.............................................................................................................................233

• Private print jobs ..........................................................................................................................236

• When using department codes ....................................................................................................239

3. Confirming Scan Job Status ..........................................................................................................242

4. Log List ..........................................................................................................................................243

• Confirming job history in log list ...................................................................................................244

• Registering into address book from log lists ................................................................................248

• Printing journals (send/receive log list) ........................................................................................250

5. Print Status Display........................................................................................................................251

6. Error Code .....................................................................................................................................254

9. BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS ......................................................................................................265

1. Blinking Graphic Symbols ..............................................................................................................266

2. Drawer Display on the Touch Panel ..............................................................................................267

3. Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol...................................................................................................268

4. Replace Toner Bag Symbol ...........................................................................................................272

5. Jam Symbols .................................................................................................................................274

6. Call Service Symbol.......................................................................................................................295

10.WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS...................................................................................................297

1. “Check staple cartridge”.................................................................................................................298

2. “Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit” .........................................................................304

3. “Examine stapler”...........................................................................................................................306

4. “READY (CHECK STAPLER)”.......................................................................................................312

5. “Examine stapler in the Saddle Stitch Unit” ..................................................................................313

6. “READY (CHECK SADDLE STITCH STAPLER)” .........................................................................316

7. “READY (HOLE PUNCH DUST BIN IS FULL)” .............................................................................317

8. “POWER FAILURE”.......................................................................................................................319

9. “Time for periodic maintenance” ....................................................................................................320

10. “Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N”..............................................................321

11. “Reboot the machine” ....................................................................................................................328

11.MAINTENANCE..................................................................................................................................329

1. Daily Inspection..............................................................................................................................330

2. Simple Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................331

12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS .........................................................................................................335

1. im3530/im4530 Specifications .......................................................................................................336

2. Specifications of Options ...............................................................................................................339

3. Packing List....................................................................................................................................346

4. Copying Function Combination Matrix ...........................................................................................347

• Combination Matrix 1/2................................................................................................................347

• Combination Matrix 2/2................................................................................................................348

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Notice to Users

FCC NOTICE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to

Part 15 and Part 18 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

WARNING

Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Océ or parties authorized by Océ, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

User Safety

This Océ Multifunctional Digital System does not produce laser radiation hazardous to the user. It is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control Health and Safety Act of 1968.

Protective housing and external covers completely confine the laser beam light emitted inside the Multifunctional Digital System. The laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.

Regulations implemented on August 2, 1976 by the Bureau of Radiological Health (BRH) of the U.S

Food and Drug Administration apply to laser products manufactured from August 1,1976. Laser products marketed in the United States must comply with these regulations.

Caution

Using controls or adjustments or performing procedures, other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

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Océ Quality is Second to None

im3530/im4530 Toner Cartridges.

It is recommended that genuine Océ supplies and parts be used to obtain optimum results.

Supplies / Parts

• Dependability

Genuine Océ supplies are subjected to the strictest of inspections so that every supply you receive will perform at optimal levels.

• High Productivity

Genuine Océ supplies are created to meet the demands of our competitive world and provide highspeed reliable copies when you need them.

• Stable Image Quality

Genuine Océ supplies are designed to provide consistently stable image output.

• Copier Friendly Supplies

Genuine Océ supplies are designed to help to keep the copier and all its parts in trouble-free working order.

Reduction of machine wear is due to Océ’s intimate knowledge of the copier’s characteristics ensuring the highest standard of care.

• Perfectly Suited Supplies

From the beginning Océ supplies and machines were made for each other. Whenever Océ designs a new machine, it also designs a new toner that is made just for that machine. By using genuine Océ supplies with Océ copiers, you are guaranteed optimum performance.

Toner

• Optimum Image Quality

Océ toner is manufactured using ultra-fine quality materials under precisely controlled conditions to ensure that your Océ copiers will continually generate sharp high-quality images.

• Cost Advantage

Genuine Océ toner provides value. Only the proper amount of toner is used during the reproduction process, thereby enabling the machine to continue to operate until all the toner has been used. In this way you get the full value from each cartridge used.

• Environmental Harmony

Genuine Océ toner is manufactured with the environment in mind. To protect our planet for the benefit of future generations, we use embossed or plastic labels making our toner cartridges fully recyclable.

In addition, dust and ozone levels have been reduced to improve the working environment.

• User Friendly

Before approving our toners for sale, we test them to be sure that they pass the strictest of health standards. This takes all the worry out of handling the toner.

General

• Service and Support Benefits

Océ’s Service technicians are certified to keep your copier performing at optimum levels.To ensure continuous image quality, utilize an authorized Océ Service provider to care for and perform periodical maintenance on your copier.

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Preface

Thank you for purchasing the Océ im3530/im4530 Multifunctional Digital System.

This Operator’s Manual describes the following:

• How to use the Multifunctional Digital System.

• How to inspect and carry out maintenance on the Multifunctional Digital System.

• How to remedy mechanical and copying problems.

Before using the Multifunctional Digital System, thoroughly read and understand this Operator’s Manual.

To ensure that clean copies are made at all times and to keep your Multifunctional Digital System in optimum working order, this Operator’s Manual should be readily available for future reference.

To ensure correct and safe use of the Océ im3530/im4530, this Operator’s Manual describes safety precautions according to the following three levels of warning:

Before reading this Operator’s Manual, you should fully understand the meaning and importance of these signal words.

• Warning

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death, serious injury, or serious damage, or fire in the equipment or surrounding assets.

• Caution

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury, partial damage of the equipment or surrounding assets, or loss of data.

• Note

Indicates a procedure you should follow to ensure the optimal performance of the Multifunctional Digital System and problem-free copying.

• Tip

Describes handy information that is useful to know when operating the Multifunctional Digital System.

Company or product name shown in this manual may be a brand name or a trademark of each company.

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©2005 Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division All rights reserved

Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of

Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division. No patent liability is assumed, however, with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

Features of the im3530/im4530

The im3530/im4530 is a Multifunctional Digital System that is capable of using each function via networks.

The im3530/im4530 also has various optional paper handling devices to meet the needs of your office.

The im3530/im4530 offers the following convenient features, functions and options.

• The copying speed is 35 copies (LT) per minute for im3530, 45 copies (LT) per minute for the im4530.

• Warm-up time has been drastically shortened to approximately 20 seconds.

• An all-in-one controller is installed to perform the effective network functions.

(To use the print, scan and Internet Fax functions, optional printer kit, scanner kit, printer/scanner kit, etc. are required.)

• The input/output interface is designed for internet connection (access) environment.

• A 1/2 VGA wide panel improves operability and efficiency.

• A universal design is adopted for the control panel whose angle can be changed.

• The e-Filing function allows you to scan, save, reuse, and re-edit the original data via client PCs from the scanning section.

• Received Fax documents can be stored in the e-Filing without printing them.

(Optional FAX board is required.)

• Scanned originals can be sent via Fax and E-mail simultaneously.

(To send them via Fax, optional FAX board is required. To send them via E-mail, optional printer/scanner kit or scanner kit is required.)

• Electronic sorting improves copying productivity.

• Comes with rich editing functions such as trimming, masking and mirror.

• Loading the page memory and hard disk as standard equipment enables 2 in 1/4 in 1, Electronic sorting and magazine sorting, etc.

• A fixing system that uses less oil reduces the amount of oil affixed to the paper.

• By simply replacing the cartridge, you can add toner without dirtying your hands.

• A wide variety of media from thick paper (up to 110 lb. Index), sticker labels, OHP films, etc. is acceptable.

• Installing an optional finisher offers quick automatic sorting, stapling and hole punching (optional) of copies.

• Installing a finisher with an optional saddle stitching function attached allows you to select the saddle stitching mode which will automatically staple the center of the documents just like a book.

• Installing a finisher with the optional manual staple function allows you only to staple the documents without copying or printing them.

• When configured as a copier only, the auto shutoff feature will turn off the power switch on the machine. When the optional printer/scanner kit, both printer kit and scanner kit, or Fax board is installed, the machine will enter a Sleep mode and will re-activate when a job is received.

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General Precautions

When installing or moving

Warning

• This Multifunctional Digital System requires 115 V, 12 A, 50/60 Hz electric power.

Do not use a power supply with a voltage other than that specified.

Avoid multiple connections in the same outlet. This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock. If you are considering increasing the number of outlets, contact an electrician.

• Always connect this Multifunctional Digital System to an outlet with a ground connection to avoid the danger of fire or electric shock in case of short-circuiting. Contact your service representative for the details. Be sure to use a 3-conductor, grounded wall outlet.

In areas, except U.S. and Canada, where a 2-pin plug is used, the Multifunctional Digital System must be grounded for safety. Never ground it to a gas pipe, a water pipe, or any other object not suitable for grounding.

• Plug the power cord securely into the outlet. If it is not plugged in properly, it could heat up and cause a fire or give you an electric shock.

• Do not damage, break or attempt to repair the power cord.

The following things should not be done to the power cord.

Twisting it

Bending it

Pulling it

Placing anything on it

Making it hot

Situating it near radiators or other heat sources

This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock. If the power cord is damaged, contact your service representative.

• When removing the plug from the outlet, do not pull the power cord. Always hold the plug when removing it from the outlet. If the power cord is pulled, the wires may become broken and this could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.

• Make sure that the ventilation holes are not blocked up.

If the temperature within the Multifunctional Digital System becomes too high, a fire could result.

• The socket outlet shall be near the equipment and be easily accessible.

• Pull out the plug from the outlet more than once a year to clean around the prongs. Accumulating dust and dirt could cause a fire due to the heat released by electric leakage.

Caution

• Avoid placing the Multifunctional Digital System in a place unsuitable for its weight and also make sure the surface is level.

Remember that if the Multifunctional Digital System falls over, serious injuries could result.

Weight of the Multifunctional Digital System: approx. 183 lb.

• There are 4 adjusters (stoppers) on both sides (2 adjusters each) and 2 safety stoppers in front at the bottom of the Paper Feed Pedestal and the large capacity feeder. After moving/installing the equipment, be sure to turn and lower the adjusters, and then fix them firmly on the floor. After regulating the adjuster, fix the safety stopper as well.

Before moving the equipment, turn and raise the safety stoppers and adjusters.

• When connecting the optional equipment and interface cable to the Multifunctional Digital System, be sure to turn the power OFF. If the power is not turned off, you could get an electric shock.

To turn the power OFF, see P.38 “Turning power off (Shutdown)”.

• Do not install the equipment by yourself or try to move it once it has been installed. This could result in an injury or damage to the device. Contact your service representative if the equipment needs to be installed or moved.

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General Precautions (Cont.)

Other points

• Make sure that there is enough space around the system to facilitate changing of parts, maintenance and clearing paper jam.

If there is insufficient space, some operations, such as bypass feeding, will become difficult and the

Multifunctional Digital System could even break down.

To insure optimal operation, allow clearances of at least 31.5" on the right, and 3.9" on the left and behind.

3.9"

3.9"

31.5"

• Be sure to fix the power cable securely so that no one trips over it.

• Adverse environmental conditions may affect the safe operation and performance of the Multifunctional

Digital System, and the Multifunctional Digital System could break down.

Avoid locations near windows or with exposure to direct sunlight.

Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.

Avoid too much dust.

Avoid location that suffer from vibration.

• Allow the air to flow freely and make sure there is a ventilator.

With inadequate ventilation, the unpleasant odor released by ozone will begin to dominate the atmosphere.

When using the Multifunctional Digital System

Warning

• Do not place metallic objects or containers with water (flower vases, coffee cups, etc.) on or near the

Multifunctional Digital System. And keep paper clips and staples away from the air vent. This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.

• If the Multifunctional Digital System becomes excessively hot, smoke comes out of it or there is an odd smell or noise, proceed as follows.

Turn the main switch OFF and remove the plug from the outlet, then contact your service representative.

• If the Multifunctional Digital System will not be used for more than one month, remove the plug from the outlet for safety purposes during that time.

This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock if an insulation failure occurs.

Caution

• Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force.

Breaking the glass could cause personal injury.

• Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the Multifunctional Digital System. If the objects fall off, this could cause injury.

• Do not remove or connect the plug with wet hands, as this could give you an electric shock.

• Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal area around it. Since they are very hot, you could be burned or the shock could cause you to get your hand injured in the machine.

• When changing the angle of the control panel, be careful not to catch your hands in the gap between the equipment and the control panel. This could cause personal injury.

• Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could injure you.

• Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the finisher (optional). This could injure you.

• Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the automatic duplexer. This could injure you.

• Do not place 6.6 lb. or more of objects on an optional work table. Breaking the work table could cause personal injury.

• Do not touch the metal portion of the guide plate in the automatic duplexer as it could burn you.

• Do not touch the hinge (= a connecting part) on the rear side of the Reversing Automatic Document

Feeder (optional). This could catch and injure your fingers when you open or close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional).

• Always keep hands and fingers clear of FINISHER TRAY HINGE, as the tray could move unexpectedly. Failure to do so could result in injury to your hand and/or fingers.

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General Precautions (Cont.)

Position of Certification label, etc.

Explanatory label

Warning label

Warning for grounding wire

Identification label

Certification label

Warning for high temperature area

(fuser unit)

Warning for high temperature area

(ventilation holes)

Warning for high temperature area

Other points

• Be very careful to treat the touch panel gently and never hit it. Breaking the surface could cause malfunctions.

• Do not turn the power OFF with jammed paper left inside the Multifunctional Digital System.

This could cause malfunctions when the main switch is turned ON next time.

To turn the power OFF, see P.38 “Turning power off (Shutdown)”.

• Be sure to turn the power OFF when leaving the office or if there is a power outage. However, Do not turn the power OFF if the weekly timer is in use.

To turn the power OFF, see P.38 “Turning power off (Shutdown)”.

• Be careful because the paper exit area and paper just after exiting are hot.

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General Precautions (Cont.)

During maintenance or inspection

Warning

• Never attempt to repair, disassemble or modify the Multifunctional Digital System by yourself. You could cause a fire or get an electric shock.

Always contact your Service representative for maintenance or repair of the internal parts of the Multifunctional Digital System.

• Always keep the plug and outlet clean. Prevent them from accumulating dust and dirt. This could cause a fire and give you an electric shock due to the heat released by electric leakage.

• Do not let liquids such as water and oil get into the system when cleaning the floor. This could cause a fire and give you an electric shock.

Caution

• Do not touch the stapling area. The actual needle point could cause you personal injury.

Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) P.313

Finisher (optional) P.306

Other points

• Do not use such solvents as thinner or alcohol when cleaning the surface of the Multifunctional Digital

System.

This could warp the shape of the surface or leave it discolored.

When using a chemical cleaning pad to clean it, pay attention to any cautionary points.

When handling supplies

Caution

• Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges and toner bags. Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations. ( P.268 “3.Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol”, P.272 “4.Replace

Toner Bag Symbol”)

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Disclaimer Notice

The following notice sets out the exclusions and limitations of liability of Océ North America, Corporate

Printing Division (including its employees, agents and sub-contractors) to any purchaser or user (‘User’) of the im3530/im4530, including its accessories, options and bundled software (‘Product’).

1. The exclusion and limitations of liability referred to in this notice shall be effective to the fullest extent permissible at law. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this notice shall be taken to exclude or limit

Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division’s liability for death or personal injury caused by Océ

North America, Corporate Printing Division’s negligence or Océ North America, Corporate Printing

Division’s fraudulent misrepresentation.

2. All warranties, conditions and other terms implied by law are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded and no such implied warranties are given or apply in relation to the Products.

3. Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, claim or damage whatsoever caused by any of the following:

(a) use or handling of the Product otherwise than in accordance with the manuals, including but not limited to Operator’s Manual, User’s Guide, and/or incorrect or careless handling or use of the Product;

(b) any cause which prevents the Product from operating or functioning correctly which arises from or is attributable to either acts, omissions, events or accidents beyond the reasonable control of Océ

North America, Corporate Printing Division including without limitation acts of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious or deliberate damage, fire, flood, or storm, natural calamity, earthquakes, abnormal voltage or other disasters;

(c) additions, modifications, disassembly, transportation, or repairs by any person other than service technicians authorized by Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division; or

(d) use of paper, supplies or parts other than those recommended by Océ North America, Corporate

Printing Division.

4. Subject to paragraph 1, Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division shall not be liable to Customer for:

(a) loss of profits; loss of sales or turnover; loss of or damage to reputation; loss of production; loss of anticipated savings; loss of goodwill or business opportunities; loss of customers; loss of, or loss of use of, any software or data; loss under or in relation to any contract; or

(b) any special, incidental, consequential or indirect loss or damage, costs, expenses, financial loss or claims for consequential compensation; whatsoever and howsoever caused which arise out of or in connection with the Product or the use or handling of the Product even if Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division is advised of the possibility of such damages.

Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, claim or damage caused by any inability to use (including, but not limited to failure, malfunction, hang-up, virus infection or other problems) which arises from use of the Product with hardware, goods or software which Océ North America, Corporate Printing Division has not directly or indirectly supplied

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1. Description of Each Component ..........................................................................................20

• Main components..............................................................................................................................20

• Configuration of options ....................................................................................................................21

• Control panel.....................................................................................................................................24

• Adjustment of the angle of the control panel.....................................................................................26

• Touch panel.......................................................................................................................................28

2. Turning Power On / Off ........................................................................................................32

• Turning power on ..............................................................................................................................32

• When department or user management is used ...............................................................................33

• Turning power off (Shutdown) ...........................................................................................................38

3. Energy Saving Mode............................................................................................................41

4. Setting Copy Paper..............................................................................................................43

• About the “width” and the “length” of the original and the copy paper ..............................................43

• Acceptable copy paper......................................................................................................................44

• Setting copy paper (size change)......................................................................................................46

• Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional).....................................................................51

• Drawer for special uses.....................................................................................................................52

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1

1. Description of Each Component

Main components

1.

Front cover

2.

Drawers

3.

Operator’s Manual pocket (Back side)

4.

Power switch

5.

Automatic duplexer

6.

Bypass tray

7.

Original scale

8.

Receiving tray

9.

Control panel

10. Touch panel

11. Touch panel contrast adjustment dial

12. Toner cartridge

13. Toner bag

A and B: Options

*B

3

7

8

10

9

12

1

4

2

*A

13

(11)

5

6

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Configuration of options

1

12 13

1 2

8

9

3 4

10 11

5 6 7

1.

Original Cover (CM4530010)

Holds an original.

2.

Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (9239)

Automatically feeds a placed stack of originals one by one to have them copied.

3.

Offset Tray (IM2300040)

Enables copied and printed sets to be collated or stacked in groups with each set being offset.

4.

Job Separator (IM2300030)

Enables Faxes, copies and prints to be output onto separate paper trays.

5.

Large Capacity Feeder (9283)

This feeder enables you to feed up to 2500 sheets (22 lb. Bond) of LT paper.

6.

Paper Feed Pedestal (9281)

Adds one drawer to the equipment.

7.

Additional Drawer Module (9282)

Enables one drawer to be added to the Paper Feed Pedestal.

8.

Saddle Stitch Finisher (9286)

This finisher enables saddle stitching, in addition to sort/group finishing and stapling. (The Hole Punch

Unit sold separately can be installed to this finisher.) The Bridge Unit (IM2300010 sold separately) is required when installing this finisher.

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1.Description of Each Component (Cont.)

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9.

Finisher (Type A) (9286EU)

This finisher enables sort/group finishing and stapling. (The Hole Punch Unit sold separately can be installed to this finisher.) The Bridge Unit (IM2300010 sold separately) is required when installing this finisher.

10.

Hanging Finisher (9284) (for im3530 only)

This finisher enables sort/group finishing and stapling. The Bridge Unit (IM2300010 sold separately) is required when installing this finisher.

11.

Finisher (Type B) (9249)

This finisher enables sort/group finishing and stapling (including manual stapling). (The Hole Punch

Unit sold separately can be installed to this finisher.) The Bridge Unit (IM2300010 sold separately) is required when installing this finisher.

12.

Hole Punch Unit (CM4530040)

This unit enables you to punch holes on printouts. It can be installed to the Saddle Stitch Finisher

(9286) and Finisher (Type A) (9286EU).

13.

Hole Punch Unit (IM3530010)

This unit enables you to punch holes on printouts. It can be installed to the Finisher (Type B) (9249).

Other options available are as follows. Contact your service technician or Océ product distributors for details.

Work Table (CM4530070EU)

This is a small table for placing originals while the equipment is operated.

FAX Unit (CM4530270)

This is a unit for using the equipment as a Fax.

• Installed inside of the equipment

2nd Line for Fax Unit (CM4530120)

This unit enables to add a line to the Fax to make it 2nd line.

• Installed inside of the equipment

• The Fax Unit (CM4530270) is necessary.

Desk (NA)

This is a desk for the equipment.

Data Overwrite Kit (CM4530330)

This is a kit to erase the data stored temporarily when copying, printing, scanning, Fax, internet Fax or network Fax is performed. It overwrites temporarily stored data with random data.

• Installed inside of the equipment

Scrambler Board (CM4530290)

This board enhances the security of the equipment. Data are encrypted when they are written into the hard disk of the equipment, and decrypted when they are read.

• Installed inside of the equipment

• The PCI Slot (CM4530280) is necessary.

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Wireless LAN Module (CM4530300)

This module enables the equipment to be used in a wireless LAN environment.

• Installed inside of the equipment

• The Antenna (CM4530320) is necessary.

• The equipment cannot be connected to the wireless and wired LAN at the same time.

Bluetooth Module (CM4530310)

This module enables the Bluetooth printing.

• Installed inside of the equipment

• The Antenna (CM4530320) is necessary.

Antenna (CM4530320)

This is used when the Wireless LAN module and Bluetooth Module are installed.

Printer Kit (IM3530020)

This kit enables the printing function.

Printer/Scanner Kit (IM3530030)

This kit enables the printing and scanning functions.

Scanner Kit (IM3530040)

This kit enables the scanning function.

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23

1.Description of Each Component (Cont.)

1

Control panel

Use the buttons on the control panel for various operations and settings through the equipment.

24

1.

[HELP] button

Use this button to display a desired operation procedure.

2.

[USER FUNCTIONS] button

Use this button for paper size or media type setting of drawers, and registration of the copy, scan and

FAX settings (including a default setting change.) See the User Functions Guide for the functions enabled by this button.

3.

[TEMPLATE] button

Use this button to store and recall frequently used copy, scan, and FAX settings.

4.

[EXTENSION] button

Any operation with this button is invalid at present. This button is to extend functions in the future.

5.

[e-FILING] button

Use this button to access saved image data.

6.

[SCAN] button

Use this button to use the scanning function.

7.

[COPY] button

Use this button to use the copier function.

8.

[FAX] button

Use this button to use the FAX / Internet FAX function.

9.

PRINT DATA / MEMORY RX / FAX communication lamps

These lamps show the status of FAX data reception and FAX communication.

10.

[INTERRUPT] button

Use this button to interrupt the copy job in process and perform another one. The interrupted job is resumed by your pressing this button again.

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11.

[JOB STATUS] button

Use this button to confirm the job status, printing status, and FAX transmission/reception status of a print job, scan job and FAX job. ( P.228 “1.Job Status”)

12.

[ACCESS] button

Use this button when the department code or user information has been set. If this button is pressed after copying, the next user cannot use functions such as copying without keying in the department code or user information. See the User Functions Guide for the department and user management.

13.

[ENERGY SAVER] button

Use this button when you want to shut down the equipment or when you want the equipment to enter into the energy saving mode. When you press this button, the menu for the energy saving mode appears. Press the [SLEEP] button on this menu to enter into the energy saving mode and press the

[SHUTDOWN] button to shut down the equipment.

14.

[FUNCTION CLEAR] button

When this button is pressed, all selected functions are cleared and returned to the default settings.

15.

[STOP] button

Use this button to stop any scanning and copying operations in progress.

16.

[START] button

Use this button to start copying, scanning and FAX operations.

17.

[CLEAR] button

Use this button to correct numbers keyed in, such as the copy quantity.

18.

ERROR lamp

This lamp lights when an error occurs and the equipment needs some actions to be taken.

19.

[MONITOR/PAUSE] button

Use this button only when a FAX Unit (optional) is installed. (See the Operator’s Manual for Facsimile

Function for details.)

20.

Digital keys

Use these keys to enter any numbers such as the copy quantity.

21.

Touch panel

Use this panel for the various settings of each function of the copier, scanner and FAX. This panel also indicates the status of the equipment, such as when you run out of paper or there is a paper jam.

1

25

1.Description of Each Component (Cont.)

1

Adjustment of the angle of the control panel

When adjusting the angle of the control panel

The angle of the control panel is adjustable at any angle between 7 and 45 degrees from the horizontal position.

When changing the angle of the control panel, be careful not to catch your hands in the gap between the equipment and the control panel. This could injure you.

When fixing the angle of the control panel

The angle of the control panel can be fixed by using the stopper on the backside of the control panel (at 7 degrees from the horizontal position). The stopper is located on A when the equipment is set up. Move it from the position A to B before fixing it.

A: The position where the angle is adjustable.

B: The position where the angle is fixed.

B

A

1 Slide the stopper (in the position A) slightly to the right, and then pull it out.

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2 Fit the latches of the stopper in the hole of the position B and insert them turning the stopper itself.

3 Shift the stopper to the left until it clicks.

• The angle of the control panel is fixed at 7 degrees.

1

27

1.Description of Each Component (Cont.)

1

Touch panel

When the power is turned on, the basic menu for the copier function appears on this touch panel. The status of the equipment is also displayed on the touch panel with messages and illustrations.

1.

Message

2.

Reproduction ratio

3.

Number of copy sets

4.

APS/AMS* or currently selected paper size

5.

Remaining paper level

6.

Date and time

7.

[SETTINGS] button

8.

Finisher button

9.

Enlargement/Reduction ([Zoom...]) button

10. Original mode button

11. [PROOF COPY] button

12. Density adjustment buttons

13. Simplex / duplex button

14. Paper source selection buttons

15. Equipment status indication area

16. Function setting area

17. Index buttons

* APS: Automatic paper selection, AMS: Automatic magnification selection

2 3 4 5 6

1

17

16

7

8

9

10

15 14 13 12 11

Message display

The following information appears at the top of the touch panel:

Equipment status, operational instructions, cautionary messages, reproduction ratios, number of copy sets, paper size of a selected drawer, amount of paper in a selected drawer and date and time.

Touch-buttons

Press these buttons on the touch panel lightly to set various functions.

Index buttons

Press these buttons to switch menus. The type and number of the index buttons vary depending on the function of the copier, scanner and e-Filing.

Function setting area

This area includes buttons for selecting and setting each function.

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[SETTINGS] button

Press this button to confirm currently set functions.

(An example is shown below.)

Buttons appearing on the various menus are as follows (some buttons may not appear on the menu):

1

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1.Description of Each Component (Cont.)

1 Clearing functions selected

When you press the selected button, the function which has been selected is cleared. Or the selected setting is cleared automatically by the automatic function clear* when the equipment has been left inactive for a specified period of time.

* Automatic function clear:

This function works when a specified period of time has passed since the last paper exit or the last entry of any button. This function returns all the function settings to default without the need to press the [FUNC-

TION CLEAR] button. When the department or user management function is being used, the display returns to the department code or user information input menu. When these functions are not being used, the display returns to the basic menu of the copier function.

The period for the automatic function clear is set at 45 seconds by default at the time of installation of the equipment. See the User Functions Guide for change of this setting.

Adjusting the contrast of the touch panel

Turn this adjustment dial on the left side of the control panel to adjust the contrast of the touch panel.

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Setting letters

The following menu appears when any letter entry is required for the operations of scanning, e-Filing, template and Internet FAX.

Use the buttons on the touch panel for letter entry and use the digital keys on the control panel for number entry.

1

The following buttons are used for letter entry.

[Space]: Press this to enter a space.

[CANCEL]: Press this to cancel the entry of letters.

[ENTER]: Press this to fix all entered letters.

[Back Space]: Press this to delete the letter before the cursor.

[Shift]:

: Press them to move the cursor.

Press this to enter capital letters.

[Caps Lock]: Press this to switch capital letters and small letters.

[Next]: Press this to access the special keys.

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1

2. Turning Power On / Off

Turning power on

Open the switch cover, and then turn the power switch on.

• The equipment starts warming-up. “Wait Warming Up” appears during warming-up.

• While the equipment is warming up, you can use the auto job start function.

( P.68 “Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start)”)

The equipment will be ready for copying after about 20 seconds and "READY" appears.

When you turn the power of the equipment OFF, do not simply turn the power switch to turn it off but be sure to shut it down. ( P.38 “Turning power off (Shutdown)”)

When the use of the equipment is managed under department management or user management function, you need to enter the department code or user information before making a copy. For details, see

P.33 “When department or user management is used”.

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When department or user management is used

When the use of the equipment is managed under department management or user management function, each user needs to enter the department code or user information.

Department management

You can restrict users or manage copy volumes made by an individual group or department in your company using the department codes. When the copy volume is controlled under the department code, enter the code after turning the power on. See the User Functions Guide for setting and registration of the department codes.

When the power is turned on, the following menu appears.

• This menu also appears when the [ACCESS] button is pressed or the automatic function clear has worked.

1

Key in a department code (5 digits) previously registered and press the [ENTER] button. The menu will switch and the equipment will be ready to be used.

• If the department code keyed in is incorrect, the menu does not change. In this case, press the [FUNC-

TION CLEAR] button and then key in the correct code.

When copying is finished

When you finish all operations, press the [ACCESS] button to prevent unauthorized use of the equipment.

The display returns to the department code input menu.

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2.Turning Power On / Off (Cont.)

1 User management

In the user management function, the users of the equipment can be limited or the past record of each user can be managed. When the equipment is managed under this function, turn the power of the equipment ON and enter the information required (e.g. user name, password) to use the equipment. The menu for entering user information also appears when you pressed the [ACCESS] button on the control panel or automatic function clear has worked. Enter the information following the procedure below.

1 The menu for user authentication appears.

MFP local authentication, LDAP authentication

Windows Domain Authentication

• The domain name previously set by the network administrator is displayed in [DOMAIN].

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If the domain name belonging to your organization is not displayed, press the [DOMAIN] button and select it.

1

2 Press the [USER NAME] button.

3 Enter the user name (maximum 128 letters) and then press the

[ENTER] button.

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2.Turning Power On / Off (Cont.)

1

4 Press the [PASSWORD] button.

5 Enter the password (maximum 64 letters) and then press the [ENTER] button.

6 Press the [ENTER] button.

The menu will switch and the equipment will be ready to be used.

• If the user information is incorrectly entered, the menu will not switch. In this case, press the [FUNCTION

CLEAR] button and then enter it again.

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Displaying the available number of copies

How many copies the user and the department have remaining is displayed, respectively.

The number appears for 5 seconds on the upper right of the screen.

USER: Available number of copies for the user

DEPARTMENT: Available number of copies for the department

1

• The display differs depending on the management setting of this equipment.

When copying is finished

When you finish all operations, press the [ACCESS] button to prevent unauthorized use of the equipment. The display returns to the one for entering user information.

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2.Turning Power On / Off (Cont.)

1

Turning power off (Shutdown)

When turning OFF the power of the equipment, be sure to shut it down following the procedure below. Be sure to confirm the following three points before shutdown.

• No jobs should be left in the print job list. ( P.228 “1.Job Status”)

• None of the PRINT DATA, MEMORY RX and FAX communication lamps should be blinking. (If the equipment is shut down while any of the above lamps is blinking, jobs in progress such as FAX reception will be aborted.)

• No PC should access the equipment via the network.

• Do not press the power switch to turn the power OFF, otherwise the stored data may be lost or the hard disk may be damaged.

• When the equipment is shut down, the job in progress is cleared.

1 Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.

2 Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to enter the user setting menu, and then press the [SHUTDOWN] button.

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3 “Processing job will be deleted. Are you sure you want to shutdown?” appears on the menu. Press the [YES] button.

1

• To cancel the shutdown operation, press the [NO] button.

4 “Shutdown in progress” appears on the menu. After a while, the equipment is shut down and the power is turned OFF.

• The power switch automatically returns to the OFF position.

Shutting down with the [ENERGY SAVER] button

The equipment can also be shut down by following the procedure below.

1 Press the [ENERGY SAVER] button on the control panel.

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2.Turning Power On / Off (Cont.)

1

2 Press the [SHUTDOWN] button on the touch panel.

• To cancel the shutdown operation, press the [CANCEL] button.

3 “Shutdown in progress” appears on the menu. After a while, the equipment is shut down and the power is turned OFF.

• The power switch automatically returns to the OFF position.

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3. Energy Saving Mode

This equipment supports three energy saving modes; the Automatic Energy Save mode, the Off mode and the Sleep Mode.

Automatic Energy Save Mode

The equipment enters the Automatic Energy Save mode automatically after a specified period of time

*1 since its last use. During this mode, "Saving energy - Press START button" appears on the touch panel.

Off Mode

The equipment enters the Off mode automatically after a specified period of time

*2

since its last use. The equipment is automatically shut down and the power switch is turned off.

1

• This mode is applied only to the copier model.

• Turn the power switch on again to use the copier.

Sleep Mode

The equipment enters the Sleep Mode automatically after a specified period of time

*2

since its last use.

During this mode, the message of the Automatic Energy Save mode disappears and the [ENERGY

SAVER / SHUTDOWN] button lights in green.

• This mode is applied to the multifunction model with any of the FAX Unit, Printer/Scanner Kit and

Scanner Kit (all optional) installed.

• This mode is automatically cleared upon the reception of print data, Fax data, Internet Fax data or Emails. It is also cleared by pressing the [START] button.

*1 This period is set at 15 minutes by factory default.

*2 This period is set at 60 minutes (im3530) / 90 minutes (im4530) by factory default.

See the User Functions Guide to change the default settings noted above.

If ‘Automatic Energy Save’ and ‘Off Mode’/’Sleep Mode’ have the same setting time, ‘Off Mode’/’Sleep

Mode’ takes priority.

The equipment can also be made to enter the sleep mode manually by means of the following procedure.

1 Press the [ENERGY SAVER] button on the control panel.

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3.Energy Saving Mode (Cont.)

1

2 Press the [SLEEP] button on the touch panel.

• The equipment enters into the sleep mode. During this mode, the display on the touch panel disappears and the [ENERGY SAVER] button lights in green.

To canceling the energy saving mode

Press the [ENERGY SAVER] button on the control panel. The sleep mode is cleared and the equipment will be ready for copying.

The sleep mode is also cleared by pressing any button of [COPY], [SCAN], [FAX], [e-FILING] and

[START].

The [SCAN] is enabled only when the Printer/Scanner Kit or the Scanner Kit (both optional) is installed.

The [FAX] button is enabled only when any of the FAX Unit, Printer/Scanner Kit and Scanner Kit (all optional) is installed.

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4. Setting Copy Paper

About the “width” and the “length” of the original and the copy paper

Originals and copy paper whose size is LT can be set in both portrait and landscape directions. In the size descriptions of original and copy paper throughout this manual, “A” in the figure below is called “length” and “B” is called “width”. (In the figure below, the operator is standing in front of the equipment.)

1

A

B

When “B” is shorter than “A”, it is called “placing the original in a portrait direction.”

A

B

When “B” is longer than “A”, it is called “placing the original in a landscape direction.”

A

B

In this manual, when an original or copy paper which can be set in both in portrait and landscape directions is placed horizontally, its paper size is identified by adding “-R” at the end. (e.g. “LT-R”)

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1

Acceptable copy paper

Feeder

Drawers (Including optional drawers)

Paper type

Plain paper

(16 - 20 lb. Bond)

Thick 1

(- 28 lb. Bond)

Paper size

(Standard size)

LT format:

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R,

COMP, 13"LG, 8.5"SQ

A/B format:

A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R,

B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

K format:

8K, 16K, 16K-R

(Standard size)

LT, A4

Maximum sheet capacity

600 sheets (17 lb. Bond)

550 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

450 sheets

3000 sheets (17 lb. Bond)

2500 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

2000 sheets

Large Capacity Feeder

(optional)

Bypass tray

Plain paper

(16 - 20 lb. Bond)

Thick 1

(- 28 lb. Bond)

Plain paper

(16 - 20 lb. Bond)

Thick 1

(- 28 lb. Bond)

Thick 2

(- 90 lb. Index)

Thick 3

(- 110 lb. Index)

Tracing paper

(20 lb. Bond only)

Sticker labels

OHP film

Tab paper

(Standard size)

LT format:

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R,

COMP, 13"LG, 8.5"SQ

A/B format:

A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R,

A6-R, B4, B5, B5-R,

FOLIO

K format:

8K, 16K, 16K-R

(Non-Standard size)

Length: 3.9 - 11.7",

Width: 5.8 - 17"

*1, *2

100 sheets (17 lb. Bond)

100 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

80 sheets

(- 28 lb. Bond)

40 sheets *

1

(- 90 lb. Index)

30 sheets *

1

(- 110 lb. Index)

*1

(Standard size)

LT only

(Standard size)

LT, A4

30 sheets

*1

*1

*1 Automatic duplex copying is not available.

*2 Use Thick 3 mode for sticker labels.

• Multiple paper sizes cannot be set in one drawer.

• “Maximum sheet capacity” refers to the maximum number of sheets when Océ-recommended paper is set.

• Be sure that the paper height does not exceed the line indicated inside of the guide.

• “K format” is a Chinese standard size.

Abbreviations for paper sizes:

LT: Letter, LD: Ledger, LG: Legal, ST: Statement, COMP: Computer, SQ: Square

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Recommended paper

To make copies with a fine color image, the following types of paper are recommended.

If you wish to use copy paper other than the recommended types, consult your service technician.

Paper type

Plain paper

Thick

Tracing paper

Sticker labels

OHP film

*1

Océ recommendations/Manufacturer

TIDAL MP/Hammermill (20 lb. Bond)

Laser/Hammermill (24 lb. Bond)

Exact Index/WAUSAU

(32 lb. Bond)

(90 lb. Index)

(110 lb. Index)

20 lb. Bond tracing paper

5165/Avery

PP2500L/3M

X-10.0/Folex

Mode

PLAIN

THICK1

THICK2

THICK2

THICK3

PLAIN

THICK3

TRANSPAR-

ENCY

*1 Only Océ-recommended OHP film should be used. Using any other film may cause a malfunction.

Handling and storing paper

Pay attention to the following points:

• Avoid using paper that is specially treated or previously printed on another machine, and also avoid performing double copying on the same side of the paper, since this may cause a malfunction.

• Do not use paper with creases, wrinkles or curls, paper prone to curling, smooth or rough paper; this may cause paper misfeeds.

• Paper should be wrapped in its wrapping and stored in a damp-free place.

• To prevent paper from being folded or bent, store it evenly on a flat surface.

1

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1

Setting copy paper (size change)

When you set or add copy paper in the drawer, follow the procedure below.

Placing paper in the drawer

1 Turn the power on.

2 Pull out the drawer carefully until it comes to a stop.

3 Push the lower part of the end guide in the direction of the arrow to remove it, then reinstall it at the desired paper size

(indicated on the bottom inner surface on the drawer).

4 Push the arrow part (right side) of the side guide to unlock it.

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5 While pushing the green lever of the side guide in the direction of the arrow, set the side guide to the desired paper size.

• Adjust the side guides with both hands.

6 Push the arrow part (left side) to lock the side guide.

7 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• Place paper with its copy side up. (The copy side may be described on the wrapping paper.)

• For the maximum number of sheets that can be set, see P.44

“Acceptable copy paper”.

• Fan the paper well before placing it in the drawer.

• Be sure that the paper height does not exceed the line indicated inside of the guide.

• Do not use creased, folded, wrinkled or damp sheets of paper.

Make sure that a gap of 0.02" (0.04" or less in total) is left between the paper and the side guide for plain paper, and approx. 0.02" to

0.04" (approx. 0.04" to 0.08" in total) for thick paper. If the gap is insufficient, it could cause paper misfeeding.

A

1

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1

8 Push the drawer straight into the equipment until it comes to a stop.

• Be sure to close the drawer securely and carefully.

Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could injure you.

9 When the paper size is different from the one in the drawer, change the paper size indicator to match with the size of paper which has been set.

10 When the paper size is different from the one in the drawer, press the

[YES] button. When the paper is the same size as the one in the drawer, press the [NO] button. (When you press the [NO] button, you do not need to continue with step 11 and subsequent steps.)

This menu may not be displayed under a certain equipment setup. In this case, see the procedure in P.50

“Changing the setting of paper size” to change the paper size setting when a paper size different from the one which had been placed in the drawer is set.

- Contact the administrator in your office when the display setting of this menu needs to be changed.

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11 Press the paper size button corresponding to the paper that has been set in the drawer.

1

12 When you want to change the setting of the drawer for special uses

( P.52), press the paper type button.

13 Press the [ENTER] button.

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1 Changing the setting of paper size

If the setting of the paper size registered in the equipment does not correspond to the one in the drawer, it could cause a paper jam. In this case, change the setting of the paper size according to the following procedure.

1 Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.

2 Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to enter the user setting menu and then press the [DRAWER] button.

3 Press the drawer on the touch panel corresponding to the one in which the paper size has been set, and then press the button indicating the new one.

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Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional)

1 Pull out the Large Capacity Feeder carefully.

• Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop.

2 Place paper in A and B.

• Place paper with its copy side up. (The copy side may be described on the wrapping paper.)

• For the maximum number of sheets that can be set, see P.44

“Acceptable copy paper”.

• Be sure that the paper height does not exceed the line indicated on the side guide.

• Fan and jog the paper well before placing it on the drawer. Set the paper for A to the right side, and set that for B to the left side.

(The paper can be set neatly if you pile it up gradually and alternately in A and B.) Be sure that the center lever is not open (see the labels attached in the Large Capacity Feeder).

• Paper starts being fed out of the elevator tray (A) at first. When the paper on A has run out, the paper on B moves to the position of A and starts being fed.

• Do not use wrinkled, folded or damp sheets of paper.

B

A

3 Push the drawer of the Large Capacity Feeder straight into the equipment until it comes to a stop.

• Close the drawer completely. The elevator tray automatically moves up to the paper feeding position.

Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could injure you.

1

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1

Drawer for special uses

When you set paper for special uses other than normal copying (e.g. sheets for cover copying) in the drawer, you need to set this drawer for the special use in advance. If the drawer has been set for a special use, its indication will change on the touch panel. A drawer with this setting will not be used for normal copying.

The following paper types are selectable according to each purpose.

Paper type

Cover sheet

Purpose

Sheet used in the cover copying mode

Indication

“COVER”

Insertion sheet

Sheet used in the sheet insertion mode

(Up to 2 drawers can be set for this mode.

First, set Insert source 1, then press the drawer for the paper type of Insert source 2, and then press the [INSERT] button.)

FAX paper

Special paper Special types of paper

(e.g. Paper with a watermark)

Thick 1

Fax paper (Fax Unit (optional) is required for the Fax function.)

Sheet used when its weight is between 21 lb. and 28 lb. Bond. It can be set with other paper types.

“INSERT 1”

(or “INSERT 2”)

F

Reference

P.149 “9.COVER

SHEET”

P.152 “10.SHEET

INSERTION”

(See the manual of each option.)

-

P.44 “Acceptable copy paper”

Setting the drawer for special uses

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• Place paper with its copy side up.

• Set the paper size as required. ( P.50 “Changing the setting of paper size”)

2 Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.

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3 Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to enter the user setting menu, then press the [DRAWER] button.

1

4 Press the desired drawer and paper type button on the touch panel.

E. g.: When “Cover sheet” is set in the 1st drawer.

• Press the [RETURN] button twice or the [COPY] button on the control panel to return to the basic menu.

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4.Setting Copy Paper (Cont.)

1 Clearing the drawer for special uses

1 Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Setting the drawer for special uses” ( P.52).

2 Press the drawer on the touch panel corresponding to the one whose setting you want to clear, and then press the button indicating the paper type in this drawer.

• The paper type setting is cleared and the indication of drawer returns to the original state.

When both Insertion sheet 1 and 2 have been set and only the setting of Insertion sheet 1 is cleared, the drawer for Insertion sheet 2 changes to the one for Insertion sheet 1.

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2. HOW TO MAKE COPIES

2

1. Setting Originals...................................................................................................................56

• Acceptable originals ..........................................................................................................................56

• Placing originals on the glass............................................................................................................58

• Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) ...........................................................60

2. Making Copies .....................................................................................................................63

• Initial (Default) settings......................................................................................................................63

• Copying procedure............................................................................................................................64

• Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start) ..............................................................68

• Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying) .........................................70

3. Bypass Copying ...................................................................................................................71

• Bypass copying .................................................................................................................................71

• Bypass copying on standard size paper............................................................................................72

• Bypass copying on non-standard size paper ....................................................................................76

4. Proof Copy ...........................................................................................................................80

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1. Setting Originals

Acceptable originals

Acceptable originals are as follows.

Setting position

Original glass

Reversing Automatic Document

Feeder (optional)

*2 *3

*1

Type of original

Sheets

3-dimensional object

Books

Plain paper

Recycled paper

1-sided originals:

9.3 - 41.8 lb.

2-sided originals:

13.3 - 41.8 lb.

Maximum size

Length: 11.69"

Width: 17.01"

Length: 11.69"

Width: 17.01"

Acceptable sizes for automatic size

(Standard size) detection

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R

(Standard size)

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP

*1 Do not place any heavy objects (9 lb. or over) on the glass.

*2 Some originals cannot be used depending on their paper quality.

*3 Be sure to place ST-size originals in the landscape direction.

Automatic size detection does not work properly when A/B or K format paper is used for printing.

(K format is a standard paper size for China.)

• Originals up to 100 sheets (9.3 to 20 lb.) or 0.62" in height can be placed on the Reversing Automatic

Document Feeder (optional), regardless of their sizes.

• When you copy a large number of landscape originals using the Reversing Automatic Document

Feeder (optional), use the original stopper to prevent them from being scattered.

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Maximum number of sheets for scanning

A maximum of 1000 LT sheets, or up until the memory becomes full can be accepted per 1 copy job.

When the number of scanned sheets has exceeded the above limit, a message “The number of originals exceeds the limits. Will you copy stored originals?” appears. If you want to print out the data of originals stored (scanned) up till then, press the [YES] button on the touch panel. If you want to delete the stored data, press the [NO] button.

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1.Setting Originals (Cont.)

Placing originals on the glass

Sheet originals

2

Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

1 Raise the original cover or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

(optional).

• Raise it 60 degrees or more for detecting the original.

2 Place the original with its face down on the original glass and align it against the left rear corner of the glass.

A: Original

A

3 Lower the original cover or Reversing

Automatic Document Feeder (optional) carefully.

• When you want to copy originals with high transparency such as

OHP films or tracing paper, place a blank sheet of paper, the same size as the original or larger, over the original.

A: Original

B: Blank sheet

B

A

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Book-type originals

Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

1 Raise the original cover or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

(optional).

2 Open the desired page of the original and place it face down. Align it against the left rear corner of the glass.

• When you want to use the 2-sided copying function or the dualpage function on the book-type originals, align the center of the original on the yellow indicator line of the glass.

( P.114 “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy”)

( P.135 “4.DUAL PAGE”)

2

3 Lower the original cover or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

(optional) carefully.

• Do not lower the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder forcibly when the original is very thick. There will be no problem in copying even if the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder is not fully lowered.

• Do not look fully at the original glass because intensive light may leak out during copying.

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1.Setting Originals (Cont.)

2

Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)

Precautions

Do not use the types of original 1 to 8 shown below because such types may cause misfeeding or damage to the equipment.

1. Badly wrinkled, folded or curled originals

2. Original with carbon paper

3. Taped, pasted or cut-out originals

4. Clipped or stapled originals

5. Originals with holes or tears

6. Damp originals

7. OHP films or tracing paper

8. Coating paper (coated with wax, etc.)

Use types of original 9 and 10 shown below with extra care.

9. Originals which cannot be moved with the fingers, or surface-treated originals

(The sheets of such originals may not be able to be separated.)

10. Folded or curled originals should be smoothed out before being used.

1 2 3

4

7 8

5

9

6

10

If the scanning area or the guide area is dirty, image trouble such as black streaks may occur in the printout. Weekly cleaning of these areas is recommended. ( P.330 “1.Daily Inspection”)

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Continuous feed mode

1 Align all the originals. Then place them face up and align the side guides to the original length.

• Place the originals straight along the side guides.

• Collate the originals in the order that you want them to be copied. The top sheet of the originals will be fed first.

• This mode is also available for one-sheet originals.

• Regardless of their sizes, originals are acceptable up to 100 sheets (9.3 to 20 lb.) or 0.62" in height.

• For mixed-size originals, see P.87 “Copying mixed-size originals in one go (mixed original size)”.

• Use the original stopper as required.

• To replace the original stopper, lift it slightly and push it in.

When the number of originals is too large to be set at one time, you can previously divide the originals into several sets to copy them continuously. To do so, place the first set of the originals and press the [CONTINUE] button on the touch panel while the data of this set are being scanned. When this scanning has finished, set the next set of the originals and press the [START] button on the control panel.

2

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1.Setting Originals (Cont.)

2

Single feed mode

To switch over between the continuous feed mode and the single feed mode, see P.166 “16.ADF /

SADF”.

1 Align the side guides to the original width.

2 Insert the original with its face up and straight along the side guides.

• The original will be pulled in automatically. Be sure to let go of it when it starts being pulled.

• The menu of step 3 will be displayed.

3 If there are more originals, set them in the same way.

• The same operation is performed whether or not you press the [YES] button.

4 After all originals have finished being fed, press the [FINISHED] button.

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If the [FINISHED] button is not pressed, copying is started when the automatic function clear is operated.

P.30 “Clearing functions selected”

2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES

2. Making Copies

Initial (Default) settings

When the power is turned on, when the energy saving mode is cleared, and when the [FUNCTION

CLEAR] button on the control panel is pressed, various setting items are automatically set. These items are called the initial (default) settings. Set originals after placing paper or confirming that there is paper in the drawers. When the [START] button on the control panel is pressed with any of the settings unchanged, copies are made in the initial (default) settings. You can make copies as desired by setting various copy modes.

The table below lists the various items of the initial settings at the time of installation of this equipment.

Reproduction ratio

Copy quantity

Paper selection

Original -> Copy

Density adjustment

Original mode

Finishing mode

Item Initial (Default) setting

100%

1

Automatic Paper Selection (APS)

1-Sided -> 1-Sided

Automatic copy density adjustment

TEXT/PHOTO

Placing originals on the original glass: Non-sort/

Non-staple mode

Placing originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional): Sort mode

Continuous feed mode Feeding mode when originals are placed on the

Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)

• These initial settings can be changed as desired. See the User Functions Guide for details.

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2.Making Copies (Cont.)

2

Copying procedure

Placing originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• For the types and sizes of paper selectable, see P.44 “Acceptable copy paper”.

When the desired size or type of paper is not in any of the drawers or the Large Capacity Feeder, see the following pages.

P.46 “Setting copy paper (size change)”

P.51 “Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional)”

P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”

2 Place the original(s).

• See the following pages to set the originals.

P.56 “Acceptable originals”

P.60 “Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

(optional)”

The originals are copied in the order of being scanned.

3 Select the copy modes as required. When you want to copy more than one set, key in the desired number of copies.

• Press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel to correct the number keyed in.

• Note that some combinations of copy modes are restricted. ( P.347 “4.Copying Function Combination

Matrix”)

• Once the [START] button on the control panel has pressed, any change in copy modes (including setting of the previously divided sets of originals) cannot be applied afterward.

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4 Press the [START] button.

• Copying starts. The paper exits with its copied side down.

• When the drawer runs out of paper during copying, the corresponding drawer on the touch panel and the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel blink. Add paper to this drawer or select another one with the same paper size.

• Be careful because the paper exit area and paper just after exiting are hot.

Placing an original on the original glass

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• For the types and sizes of paper selectable, see P.44 “Acceptable copy paper”.

When the desired size or type of paper is not in any of the drawers or the Large Capacity Feeder, see the following pages.

P.46 “Setting copy paper (size change)”

P.51 “Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional)”

P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”

2 Place the original(s).

• See the following pages to set the originals.

P.56 “Acceptable originals”

P.60 “Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)”

The originals are copied in the order of being scanned.

3 Select the copy modes as required. When you want to copy more than one set, key in the desired number of copies.

2

• Press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel to correct the number keyed in.

• Note that some combinations of copy modes are restricted. ( P.347 “4.Copying Function Combination

Matrix”)

• Once the [START] button on the control panel has pressed, any change in copy modes (including setting of the previously divided sets of originals) cannot be applied afterward.

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2.Making Copies (Cont.)

2

4 Press the [START] button.

• Copying starts.

When you copy by placing originals on the original glass (e.g. using the sort mode, or making 1-sided original 2-sided copies), the data of these originals are scanned into the memory. In this case, proceed to steps 5 and 6.

5 Place the next original, and press the [START] button.

• Data scanning of this original starts.

• The next original will also be scanned in the same manner when you press the [YES] button on the touch panel, and then press the [START] button on the control panel.

• Repeat the above procedure until the scanning of the last page of the original finishes.

6 When scanning of all pages has finished, press the [FINISHED] button on the touch panel.

• Copying starts. The paper exits with its copied side down.

• When the drawer runs out of paper during copying, the corresponding drawer on the touch panel and the [JOB

STATUS] button on the control panel blink. Add paper to this drawer or select another one with the same paper size.

• Be careful because the paper exit area and paper just after exiting are hot.

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Stopping the copying operation

Press the [STOP] button on the control panel to stop scanning or continuous copying.

1 Press the [STOP] button on the control panel during scanning (or continuous copying).

2 When the following menu is displayed, press the [MEMORY CLEAR] button on the touch panel.

2

• During scanning: The data scanned up to then are deleted.

• During continuous copying: Copying stops and the data scanned up to then are deleted.

If there is any copy job waiting, this job will start.

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2.Making Copies (Cont.)

2

Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start)

You can reserve a copy job by scanning the original during continuous copying or while “READY (WARM-

ING UP)” appears.

1 Place the original(s).

2 Select the copy mode and set the number of copies.

Note that the job starts in the copy modes of the previous job unless you set new ones particularly for this job.

3 Press the [START] button on the control panel.

• Up to 10 jobs can be stored in the memory. When an 11th job is placed on the original glass or the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) and the [START] button is pressed, “Auto

Start” appears on the touch panel.

• A maximum of 1000 LT sheets, or up until the memory becomes full can be accepted per 1 copy job. ( P.57 “Maximum number of sheets for scanning”)

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Confirming and canceling auto job

Confirming auto job and canceling job in waiting

Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel to display the job list for confirming the set auto job and canceling a job waiting to be copied. To cancel auto jobs, see P.230 “Deleting print jobs”.

2

Canceling auto job

Press the [STOP] button on the control panel to stop a job while originals are being scanned. To restart the job, press the [START] button. To clear the job, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button. (However, the originals which have been scanned before the job is stopped are copied even though the [FUNCTION

CLEAR] button is pressed.)

To cancel the 11th auto job, press the [STOP] button.

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2.Making Copies (Cont.)

2

Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying)

While continuous copying is in progress, you can interrupt this job with another copy job.

The following features cannot be used together with interrupt copying:

• Cover sheet copying

• Sheet insertion copying

• Job build

• Store to e-Filing / Copy & File

• [e-FILING] / [SCAN] / [FAX] buttons

1 Press the [INTERRUPT] button on the control panel.

• The [INTERRUPT] button blinks first, then lights after “Job interrupted job 1 saved” appears.

When the [INTERRUPT] button is pressed while originals are being scanned, the [INTERRUPT] button blinks first. Then the button lights after “Job interrupted job 1 saved” appears when the scanning is finished.

2 Replace the original with a new one.

• Set other copy modes as required.

3 Press the [START] button on the control panel.

4 After you have finished the interrupt copying, press the [INTERRUPT] button again.

• The message “READY to resume job 1” appears and the interrupted job resumes.

Interrupt copying is automatically canceled after a certain period by automatic function clearing without the need to press the [INTERRUPT] button again. The interrupted job (= Job 1) resumes after this automatic function clearing.

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3. Bypass Copying

Bypass copying

When you want to make copies on OHP film, sticker labels, or non-standard size paper, place the sheets of paper on the bypass tray. Bypass copying is also recommended for copying on standard size paper which is not in any of the drawers.

The following basic features can be used without specifying the paper size.

• Book Center Erase, XY Zoom, Cover Sheet, Sheet Insertion, Job Build, Image Direction and

Book Tablet

The following features can be used by specifying the paper size in addition to the basic features.

• Image Shift, Edge Erase, Dual Page, 2IN1/4IN1, Magazine Sort, Editing, Time Stamp and Page Number in the Edit menu

• Rotate Sort, Hole Punch and Magazine Sort in the Sort Options menu

• “1 -> 2 Duplex”, “2 -> 2 Duplex” and “Book -> 2” in the Duplex Modes menu

• APS and AMS in the Enlargement/Reduction menu

To carry out bypass copying, open the bypass tray.

2

The operating procedure of bypass copying differs depending on the paper size used. See the corresponding page for the operating procedure of each size. The table below shows these pages.

Paper size

LD, LT, LG, ST-R

Standard size

Other than the above

Others (Non-standard size)

Procedure

P.72

P.74

P.76

• Bypass copying stops when the paper placed on the bypass tray runs out during copying, even if the same size paper is in any of the drawers. Copying is resumed when paper is supplied to the bypass tray.

• When bypass copying has completed, the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button on the control panel blinks.

Press this button to switch it to default copying using the drawers. (Bypass copying is automatically canceled after a certain period by automatic function clearing without the need to press the [FUNC-

TION CLEAR] button. The bypass copying returns to default copying using the drawers after this automatic function clearing.)

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3.Bypass Copying (Cont.)

2

Bypass copying on standard size paper

Copying on LD, LT, LG and ST-R size paper

1 Place some sheets of paper with their copy side down on the bypass tray. Align the side guides to the paper length while holding A.

• The message “Ready for bypass feeding” appears.

• Rear side of the side guides of the bypass tray has an indicator for paper height. The height of the sheets must not exceed this indicator.

• When you use more than one sheet, fan the sheets well before setting them on the tray.

• Do not push the sheets into the entrance of the bypass feeder; this may cause a paper jam.

A

When the paper size is larger, draw out the three-stage paper holder. Raise B when you use LD or a larger size of paper.

B

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the button of the same size as the one of the paper you have set on the tray.

• If the paper size is not specified here, copying may be slowed down.

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4 Press the [MEDIA TYPE] button on the touch panel if the media type of the paper you have set on the tray is other than plain paper.

2

5 Press the button of the same media type as the one of the paper you have set on the tray, and then press the [ENTER] button on the touch panel.

• Set other copy modes as required.

• If a media type which is not same as the one you have set is selected here, this may cause a paper jam or significant image trouble.

6 Press the [START] button on the control panel.

When you copy on OHP films, remove the copied OHP films, which have exited on to the receiving tray one by one. When the films pile up, they may become curled and may not be projected properly.

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3.Bypass Copying (Cont.)

2

Copying on standard size paper other than LD, LT, LG and ST-R

1 Place paper and original(s) by following step 1 and 2 in “Copying on

LD, LT, LG and ST-R size paper” ( P.72).

2 Press the [OTHER SIZE] button on the touch panel.

3 Press the button of the same size as the one of the paper you have set on the tray.

e.g.) When COMP-size paper is set

4 Press the [OTHER] button for the media type.

• If the paper size is not specified here, copying may be slowed down.

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5 Press the [MEDIA TYPE] button on the touch panel if the media type of the paper you have set on the tray is other than plain paper.

2

6 Press the button of the same media type as the one of the paper you have set on the tray, and then press the [ENTER] button on the touch panel.

e.g.) When Thick 1 paper is set

• Set other copy modes as required.

• If a media type which is not same as the one you have set is selected here, this may cause a paper jam or significant image trouble.

7 Press the [START] button on the control panel.

When you copy on OHP films, remove the copied OHP films, which have exited on to the receiving tray one by one. When the films pile up, they may become curled and may not be projected properly.

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3.Bypass Copying (Cont.)

Bypass copying on non-standard size paper

Non-standard size paper should be within the following ranges:

A (Length): 3.9" to 11.7", B (Width): 5.8" to 17"

B

A

1 Place some sheets of paper with their copy side down on the bypass tray. Align the side guides to the paper length while holding A.

• The message “Ready for bypass feeding” appears.

• Rear side of the side guides of the bypass tray has an indicator for paper height. The height of the sheets must not exceed this indicator.

• When you use more than one sheet, fan the sheets well before setting them on the tray.

• Do not push the sheets into the entrance of the bypass feeder; it may cause a paper jam.

A

When the paper size is larger, draw out the three-stage paper holder. Raise B when you use LD or a larger size of paper.

2 Place the original on the original glass.

B

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3 Press the [NON STANDARD] button on the touch panel.

4 Set each dimension following the procedure below.

The [Length] and [Width] are indicated as follows:

A: [Length]

B: [Width]

A

B

Using the digital keys

Key in the value in [Length] and press the [SET] button on the touch panel. Set the width in the same way and press the [ENTER] button.

2

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3.Bypass Copying (Cont.)

Recalling dimensions registered in the memory

Press the desired memory number button from [MEMORY 1] to [MEMORY 4] to recall the dimension data registered previously, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• Paper size that can be set is as follows:

Length: 100 mm (3.94") to 297 mm (11.69")

Width: 148 mm (5.83") to 432 mm (17.01")

• To register the dimension data in the memory, see P.78 “Registering non-standard size in the memory”.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button on the control panel.

Registering non-standard size in the memory

1 Follow steps 1 to 3 on “Bypass copying on non-standard size paper”

( P.76).

2 Press the memory number button (from [MEMORY 1] to [MEMORY 4]) you want to register the dimension.

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3 Key in each dimension, and press the [MEMORY] button on the touch panel.

2

• Key in its length in [Length] and press the [SET] button on the touch panel. Set its width in the same manner.

• Paper size that can be set is as follows:

Length: 100 mm (3.94") to 297 mm (11.69")

Width: 148 mm (5.83") to 432 mm (17.01")

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4. Proof Copy

This function allows you to check that the copy density, zoom and margin width, etc. are properly set by making only one set of copies.

You can prevent miscopying by using this function before committing yourself to mass-copying.

2

• The setting of the number of copy sets, page number, time stamp, sort/stapling (when the optional Finisher has been installed) and hole punch (when the optional Hole Punch Unit has been installed) can be changed after having made the proof copy.

• Press the [MEMORY CLEAR] button to clear the proof copy before changing the setting of the zoom or copy density, etc. When you make copies again after changing the settings, the data of the originals need to be scanned.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Select the copy modes as required.

4 Press the [PROOF COPY] button.

• "PROOF COPY is set Press START button to copy" appears (for approx. 2 sec.).

• Copy modes except for some such as sort/group can be set.

5 Press the [START] button.

• The data scanning of the originals is started and one set of copies is made.

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6 Change the settings as required.

• The setting of the number of copy sets, page number, time stamp, sort/stapling (when the optional Finisher has been installed) and hole punch (when the optional Hole Punch Unit has been installed) can be changed.

• If you want to change the setting of the copy density, original mode, zoom or simplex/duplex, press the [MEM-

ORY CLEAR] button to clear the proof copy. After the change, perform the instructions from step 1 again.

7 Press the [START] button.

• If the number of copy sets is not changed in step 6, one less than the previously specified number is copied.

However, if "1" is specified for the number of copy sets, one set of copies is made.

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3. SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES

1. Paper Selection....................................................................................................................84

• Automatic Paper Selection (APS) .....................................................................................................84

• Manual paper selection .....................................................................................................................86

• Copying mixed-size originals in one go (mixed original size)............................................................87

2. Enlargement and Reduction Copying ..................................................................................89

3. Selecting Finishing Modes ...................................................................................................95

• Type of finishing mode ......................................................................................................................95

• Name of each part in the Finisher (optional) .....................................................................................96

• Sort/Group copying ...........................................................................................................................98

• Rotate sort mode.............................................................................................................................100

• Staple sort mode .............................................................................................................................101

• Magazine sort & saddle stitch mode (booklet mode) ......................................................................103

• Hole punch mode (optional) ............................................................................................................106

4. Duplex Copying..................................................................................................................109

5. Original Mode..................................................................................................................... 118

6. Copy Density Adjustment................................................................................................... 119

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Automatic Paper Selection (APS)

When you place standard size originals on the original glass or the Reversing Automatic Document

Feeder (optional), the size of the originals is automatically detected, which helps the equipment select paper that is the same size as the originals.

• The automatic paper selection may not work correctly depending on the type of the originals. In that case, select the paper size manually.( P.86 “Manual paper selection”)

• For original sizes available for automatic paper selection, see P.56 “Acceptable originals”.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Confirm that automatic paper selection has been selected on the basic menu. (“APS” is displayed at the top of the screen as shown below.)

• Automatic paper selection is selected by default at the installation of the equipment.

• If “Change direction of original” or “CHANGE DRAWER TO CORRECT PAPER SIZE” appears, perform the action accordingly.

• Set other copy modes as required.

Even if the direction of the paper set in the selected drawer differs from that of the original, the equipment rotates the data of the original by 90 degrees to make copies as long as their sizes are the same. (This works on LT paper only.) For example, when an LT original is set vertically and LT-R paper is placed in the drawer, the data of

LT original will be rotated and copied correctly on LT-R paper.

When automatic paper selection is not selected

(1) Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button.

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(2) Press the [APS] button.

4 Press the [START] button.

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1.Paper Selection (Cont.)

Manual paper selection

Automatic paper selection cannot be selected for the following originals because their sizes are not detected correctly. Select the paper size manually for these originals.

• Highly transparent originals (e.g. OHP film, tracing paper)

• Wholly dark originals or originals with dark borders

• Non-standard size originals (e.g. newspapers, magazines)

3 When the desired size of paper is not set in any of the drawers, place this size of paper in the selected drawer or place the paper on the bypass tray manually.

( P.46 “Placing paper in the drawer”, P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using the bypass tray, be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the drawer button representing the desired paper size on the touch panel.

• You can use the paper source selection ( / ) buttons to select the desired drawer.

• Set other copy modes as required.

4 Press the [START] button.

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Copying mixed-size originals in one go (mixed original size)

You can copy a set of originals whose sizes are individually different, using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional), by pressing the [MIXED ORIGINAL SIZE] button.

• This mixed original size setting is available only in the following combinations.

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, 8.5", SQ, COMP

• Note that the copied image may be dislocated depending on the combination.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• Bypass copying is not available.

2 Adjust the side guides to the widest original, and then align the original against the guide at the front side.

• Place the originals face up.

3

3 Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button to enter the setting menu of the original or paper size.

4 Press the [MIXED ORIGINAL SIZES] button.

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5 Select either automatic paper selection (APS) or automatic magnification selection (AMS).

Automatic paper selection: Copies on the same size of paper as that of originals ( P.84).

Automatic magnification selection: Copies all in one size ( P.89).

• Before you use automatic paper selection, be sure that all paper sizes corresponding to the original sizes have been set in the drawers.

• In automatic magnification selection, the copies cannot be enlarged from LT (portrait) to LD (landscape)/LG

(landscape).

• If “Change direction of original” appears when [AMS] is used with [MIXED ORIGINAL SIZES], change the direction according to the message.

• Set other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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2. Enlargement and Reduction Copying

You can enlarge or reduce the size of copies by means of the following procedures.

• Specifying the copy paper size in advance so that the equipment will detect the original size and automatically select the most appropriate reproduction ratio for the copy paper size (= automatic magnification selection)

• Specifying both original size and copy paper size separately

• Using the zoom buttons or the one-touch zoom buttons

The enlargement/reduction ratio available differs depending on whether the originals have been set on the original glass or on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional).

On the original glass: 25 to 400%

On the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder: 25 to 200%

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Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS)

• The automatic magnification selection cannot be selected for the following originals. Set their reproduction ratios in other ways.

Highly transparent originals (e.g. OHP film, tracing paper)

Wholly dark originals or originals with dark borders

Non-standard size originals (e.g. newspapers, magazines)

• For the original sizes available for this automatic magnification selection, see P.56 “Acceptable originals”.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button.

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2.Enlargement and Reduction Copying (Cont.)

3 Press the button representing the desired copy paper size.

e.g.) When LT-size paper is selected

3

• The copy paper size can also be set by pressing the drawer button on the touch panel.

4 Press the [AMS] button.

5 Place the original(s).

• When the original is placed, the equipment detects the original size, then computes and displays the most appropriate reproduction ratio for the specified copy paper size.

• If “Change direction of original” appears, make the change accordingly.

• Set other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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Specifying both original size and copy size separately

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button.

3

4 Specify the original size and copy paper size.

Original size: Press the size button representing the same size as that of the set original.

Copy paper size: Press the size button representing the desired copy paper size.

e.g.) When LD for the original size and LT for the copy paper size are selected

• The copy paper size can also be set by pressing the drawer button on the touch panel.

• When the original size and copy paper size have been specified, the enlargement/reduction ratio is computed and displayed on the touch panel.

• Set other copy modes as required.

When the original or copy paper is a standard size other than LD, LG, LT or ST, you need to register this paper size in the selections of the [OTHER] button in advance. See “When a standard size paper other than LD, LG, LT and ST-R is set” on page 90 for procedure.

5 Press the [START] button.

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2.Enlargement and Reduction Copying (Cont.)

3

When a standard size paper other than LD, LG, LT and ST-R is set

Register the size of the placed paper to the [OTHER] button with the following procedure. The registered paper size is automatically selected when the [OTHER] button is pressed.

1 Press the [OTHER SIZE] button.

2 Press the paper size button corresponding to the paper that has been set.

e.g.) When COMP-size paper is set

3 Press the [OTHER] button.

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Using the zoom buttons or the one-touch zoom buttons

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button.

3

4 Press the following buttons to set the desired reproduction ratio.

A: Zoom ([ Up] and [ Down]) buttons

The reproduction ratio changes by 1% every time it is pressed. When you hold down either of them, the ratio goes up or down automatically.

B: One-touch zoom buttons

You can select the ratio from [400%], [200%], [100%], [50%] and [25%].

• The maximum ratio when the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used is 200%.

A

B

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5 Press the button representing the desired copy paper size.

e.g.) When LD-size paper is selected

3

• The copy paper size can also be set by pressing the drawer button on the touch panel.

• Set other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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3. Selecting Finishing Modes

Type of finishing mode

The available finishing modes differ depending on the type of finishing device installed (9286, 9286EU,

9284, CM4530040, 9249 or IM3530010). Check the available finishing modes with the table below.

Yes: Available

No: Not available

Finishing device Sort/

Group

Rotate sort

9286 + CM4530040

9286

9286EU +

CM4530040

9286EU

9284

9249 + IM3530010

9249

No finishing device

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

9286: Saddle Stitch Finisher

9286EU: Finisher (Type A)

9284: Hanging Finisher (for im3530 only)

CM4530040: Hole Punch Unit

9249: Finisher (Type B)

IM3530010: Hole Punch Unit (for 9249 only)

Staple sort

Type of finishing mode

Magazine sort

Magazine sort &

Saddle stitch

Saddle stitch

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Hole punch

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

No

No

Manual staple

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

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3

Name of each part in the Finisher (optional)

1. Tray

2. Sub-tray

3. Upper cover

4. Hole Punch Unit (CM4530040)

5. Front cover

6. Saddle stitch tray

7. Fixed tray

3

1

2

1

2

4

5

1

2

1

2

6

1

2

1

2

1

2

7

3

4

5

4

5

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Name of each Inner Finisher (optional)

1. Trays

2. Paper stopper

MJ-5004

1 1

MJ-5005

3

2

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Sort/Group copying

To make multiple copies, select the sort mode or the group mode as required.

(Example of making 5 sets of copies from 5 original sheets)

1. Sort copying

2. Group copying

1 2

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

4

4

4

5

5

5

5

5

1

2

3

4

5

When you use the LD or LG size copy paper, pull out the sub-tray in advance. The copied paper may fall or may not be sorted properly without the sub-tray.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the finisher button on the basic menu.

When the original is placed in the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional), the sort mode is automatically selected.

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4 Press the [SORT] (or [GROUP]) button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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Rotate sort mode

In the rotate sort mode, one set of copies is made to exit on another set of copies, being alternated lengthwise or crosswise.

The available paper sizes for this mode is LT/LT-R. Set the LT/LT-R size paper in the drawers in advance.

• This mode cannot be used with automatic paper selection.

The rotate sort destination is the inner tray.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the finisher button on the basic menu.

4 Press the [ROTATE SORT] button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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Staple sort mode

When the Finisher (optional) is installed, automatic stapling is enabled. You can select the stapling position from three types.

• The paper quantity and weight applicable for this mode differ depending on the Finisher installed in this equipment. See P.102 “Maximum number of sheets for stapling”.

• Special paper such as OHP films or sticker label cannot be used for stapling.

• Only copies of the same width can be stapled. (e.g. LT and LD or LT-R and LG)

(Example of selecting the [FRONT STAPLE SORT] button)

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the finisher button on the basic menu.

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4 Press the [FRONT STAPLE SORT] (or [DOUBLE STAPLE SORT] or

[REAR STAPLE SORT]) button.

3

• For the Hanging Finisher (9284), only the [FRONT STAPLE SORT] button can be selected.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

If the paper quantity exceeds the maximum number of sheets that can be stapled, the Finisher automatically enters the sort mode.

Maximum number of sheets for stapling

• For the tray loading capacity, see P.339 “2.Specifications of Options”

• Two covers of 17 lb. Bond to 110 lb. Index can be added. In this case, the covers are included in the maximum number of sheets that can be stapled.

Saddle Stitch Finisher (9286)/Finisher (Type A) (9286EU)/Finisher (Type B) (9249)

LT

Paper size

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP

Paper type (weight)

Plain paper (17 - 20 lb. Bond)

Thick 1 (21 - 28 lb. Bond)

Plain paper (17 - 20 lb. Bond)

Thick 1 (21 - 28 lb. Bond)

Qty.

*1

50 sheets

30 sheets

30 sheets

15 sheets

*1 Maximum number of sheets for stapling when plain paper and thick 1 are mixed is the same as that of thick 1.

Hanging Finisher (9284)

Only plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond) can be used.

Paper size

LT, LT-R

LG

LD, COMP

Qty.

30 sheets

20 sheets

15 sheets

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Magazine sort & saddle stitch mode (booklet mode)

In the magazine sort mode, more than one original can be copied and bound like magazines or booklets.

Also, a set of copied sheets can be automatically folded and stapled at its center when the Saddle Stitch

Finisher (optional) is installed. The available copy paper sizes for these modes are LD, LT-R and LG.

• Special paper such as OHP films or sticker label cannot be used for saddle stitching.

• The paper weight applicable for this mode is 17 to 28 lb. Bond.

When placing portrait originals horizontal to you in the magazine sort mode, set the Image Direction in the edit menu. Otherwise the originals will not be copied in the proper page order. ( P.162 “14.IMAGE

DIRECTION”)

1. When [MAGAZINE SORT] is selected

3

1

2

3

12

2. When [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] is selected

6

4

2

7

9

11

1

2

3

3. When [SADDLE STITCH] is selected

12

6 7

12

10

8

1

3

5

6 7

You can select the magazine sort mode from the edit menu, as well as from the basic menu. When this mode is selected from the edit menu, you can adjust the binding margin of the copy. To select this mode from the edit menu, see P.140 “6.MAGAZINE SORT”.

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Select the paper size.

• Available copy paper sizes are LD, LT-R and LG.

• For bypass copying, see P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”.

To use the saddle stitch mode for LD or LG-size paper, lift the stopper of the saddle stitch tray.

3 Place the original(s).

• When placing originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, see the illustrations ( P.103) for the proper page order of the copies.

• When placing originals on the original glass, follow the procedure below.

- When [MAGAZINE SORT] or [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] is selected: Place the first page of the originals first.

- When [SADDLE STITCH] is selected: In case of 12-page originals, set them in the order of pages 12-1, 2-

11, 10-3, 4-9, 8-5, then 6-7.

4 Press the finisher button on the basic menu.

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5 Press the [MAGAZINE SORT] (or [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE

STITCH] or [SADDLE STITCH]) button.

• The [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] button and the [SADDLE STITCH] button are selectable only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed.

• Set other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

• When placing the originals on the original glass, follow the procedure in P.58 “Placing originals on the glass”.

Available conditions for saddle stitching

Available paper sizes are LD, LT-R and LG.

Paper weight

17 lb. Bond

20 lb. Bond

24 lb. Bond

*1

28 lb. Bond

*1

Saddle stitch tray loading capacity

11 - 15 sheets

10 sets

6 - 10 sheets

20 sets

5 sheets or less

25 sets

10 sets

-

20 sets

15 sets

25 sets

25 sets

15 sets 25 sets

*1 When the cover is added, the tray loading capacity is always 5 sets.

• One cover of 17 lb. Bond to 28 lb. Bond can be added. In this case, this cover is included in the maximum number of sheets that can have saddle stitching.

• When paper of a different weight is loaded, count the number of sheets for saddle stitching as applied to the paper with the highest weight.

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Hole punch mode (optional)

When the Hole Punch Unit (optional) is installed to the finisher (optional), you can punch holes in the copies.

• The available copy paper sizes for this mode are LD, LG, LT, LT-R and COMP.

• The paper weight applicable for this mode is 17 lb. Bond to 110 lb. Index.

• Special paper such as OHP films or sticker label cannot be used for hole punching.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the finisher button on the basic menu.

4 Press the [HOLE PUNCH] button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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Number of punch holes and available paper sizes

Since the number of punch holes and the distance between the holes vary depending on the country/ region, purchase a hole punch unit that meets your requirements. (For details, consult your service technician.)

CM4530040E

(Japan and most of Europe)

CM4530040N

(North America)

CM4530040F

(France)

CM4530040S

(Sweden)

IM3530010E

(Japan and most of Europe)

IM3530010N

(North America)

IM3530010F

(France)

IM3530010S

(Sweden)

Number of punch holes and hole diameter

2 holes

(0.26" dia.)

2/3 holes switchable

(0.32" dia.)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 3.15" pitch)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 2.76" and 0.83" pitch)

2 holes

(0.26" dia.)

2/3 holes switchable

(0.32" dia.)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 3.15" pitch)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 2.76" and 0.83" pitch)

Available paper sizes

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

2 holes: LG, LT-R, A4-R

3 holes: LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R,

B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

2 holes: LG, LT-R, A4-R

3 holes: LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

Manual stapling (9249 only)

The manual stapling function which enables you to use the staple function without making copies is available in the optional Finisher (Type B) (9249). This function is useful when copies are made without stapling being set or when you want to staple originals.

A: Stapling position lamps C: Manual-stapling lamp

B: [Stapling position] button D: [Manual-stapling] button

A B C D

3

1 Press the [Manual-stapling] button.

The shutter in the paper exit area is opened.

2 Press the [Stapling position] button to switch the stapling position.

Stapling positions are the front and the other end.

The stapling position lamp corresponding to the selected stapling position lights in green.

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3 Place paper in the lower tray of the finisher.

Jog the paper well and place it with its face down.

Place the paper in front to have it stapled in the front, and in the other end to have it stapled in the other end.

Check that the manual-stapling lamp lights in green. If not, place the paper again.

4 Release the paper and press the [Manual-stapling] button.

The stapling position lamp blinks when the stapling is completed. Remove the paper.

Be sure to release the paper before the manual stapling.

• Operation can be continued while the manual-stapling lamp lights. If no operation is performed for approx. 15 min., the manual stapling operation is stopped.

• If you want to stop the manual stapling operation during setting, remove paper and press the [Manual-stapling] button. The shutter in the paper exit area is closed and the operation of the manual stapling is finished.

Specification

Acceptable paper size

Maximum number of sheets for stapling

Stapling position

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, 13 LG, 8.5” SQ, 8K, 16K, A3, A4, A4-R, B4,

FOLIO

50 sheets (LT, 8.5” SQ, 16K, A4: 17 - 20 lb. Bond)

30 sheets (LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, 13 LG, 8K, A3, A4-R, B4, FOLIO: 17 - 20 lb. Bond)

30 sheets (LT, 8.5” SQ, 16K, A4: 21 - 28 lb. Bond)

15 sheets (LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, 13 LG, 8K, A3, A4-R, B4, FOLIO: 21 - 28 lb. Bond)

Front, Rear

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4. Duplex Copying

The following 5 combinations are available for duplex copying.

1. 1-sided original -> 1-sided copy (default setting at installation)

2. 1-sided original -> 2-sided copy

3. 2-sided original -> 2-sided copy

4. 2-sided original -> 1-sided copy

5. Book-type original -> 2-sided copy

• Duplex copying is available for plain paper (17 to 20 lb. Bond) and thick 1 paper (21 to 28 lb. Bond).

1

3

2

3

4

5

-12-15-12-15-

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4.Duplex Copying (Cont.)

3

1-sided original -> 1-sided copy (default setting at installation)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Confirm that the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu is [1 -> 1

SIMPLEX].

• If [1 -> 1 SIMPLEX] is not shown, press the simplex/duplex button to display the next menu, and then press the

[1 -> 1 SIMPLEX] button on that menu.

• Set other copy modes as required.

4 Press the [START] button.

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1-sided original -> 2-sided copy

When you copy 1-sided portrait originals to 2-sided copies, you can make a booklet-type copy in the direction of “open to left” opening, using the image direction mode in the edit menu. ( P.162 “14.IMAGE

DIRECTION”)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu.

3

4 Press the [1 -> 2 DUPLEX] button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

• When placing an original on the original glass, follow steps 5 to 6 of P.65 “Placing an original on the original glass” continuously.

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4.Duplex Copying (Cont.)

3

2-sided original -> 2-sided copy

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu.

4 Press the [2 -> 2 DUPLEX] button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

• When placing an original on the original glass, follow steps 5 to 6 of P.65 “Placing an original on the original glass” continuously.

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2-sided original -> 1-sided copy

When a 2-sided ‘open to left’ (Book) portrait original is copied using the image direction mode in the edit menu with [2-Sided Originals to 1-Sided Copies], copies can be adjusted to the same direction. ( P.162

“14.IMAGE DIRECTION”)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu.

3

4 Press the [2 -> 1 SPLIT] button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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4.Duplex Copying (Cont.)

3

Book-type original -> 2-sided copy

You can make a booklet-type copy in the same page configuration in which the original is.

• The acceptable paper size for this function is LT only.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

2 Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu.

3 Press the [BOOK -> 2] button.

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4 Select the book copying type.

• Press the [RIGHT -> RIGHT] button (= default setting at the installation) if copying should start at a right-hand page and end at a right-hand page. Other copying types are selectable by pressing any of the [RIGHT ->

LEFT], [LEFT -> LEFT] and [LEFT -> RIGHT] buttons.

e.g.: If pages 2 to 6 of a book which opens to the left are to be copied, select [LEFT -> RIGHT].

A B E F

2 3 6 7

• The yellow indicator line for booklet copying moves to the center of the original glass.

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5 Select LT copy size.

• Only LT size is available. Press the drawer button on the touch panel, or use the paper source selection ( / ) buttons to select LT size.

• If you need a binding space, select the book margin mode. ( P.126 “1.IMAGE SHIFT”)

• Set other copy modes as required.

6 Open and place the first page(s) on the original glass.

• Center the booklet on the yellow indicator line with its bottom toward you.

Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

7 Press the [START] button. When the data of the opened pages have been scanned, open the next page and set the booklet on the original glass again.

• Repeat the procedures above until all the desired pages have been scanned. If the last copy is only a single page, press the [COPY FINAL PAGE] button on the touch panel before the scanning of this page is started.

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8 When all the pages have been scanned, press the [FINISHED] button on the touch panel.

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• The scanned pages will be copied.

• For setting image shift, see P.130 “Creating a bookbinding margin”.

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You can make copies with optimal image quality by selecting the following modes for your original.

TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed (Default setting)

TEXT: Originals with text (or text and line art) only

PHOTO: Originals with photographs

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the original mode button on the basic menu.

4 Select and press the button for the most appropriate original mode for your original.

• Set other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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6. Copy Density Adjustment

There are 2 types of copy density adjustment: the automatic copy density mode and the manual copy density mode. In the automatic copy density mode, the equipment automatically selects the most appropriate copy density by detecting the density of the original. In the manual copy density mode, you can adjust the copy density manually according to the conditions of the original.

• Default setting: Automatic density mode

Automatic copy density mode

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Confirm that the [AUTO] button on the basic menu is selected. If it is not, press the button.

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• Set other copy modes as required.

4 Press the [START] button.

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6.Copy Density Adjustment (Cont.)

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Manual copy density mode

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press either the or button to adjust the copy density to the desired level.

• The copied image becomes lighter as you press the button and darker as you press the button.

• Set other copy modes as required.

4 Press the [START] button.

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4. IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

1. Background Adjustment.....................................................................................................122

2. Sharpness..........................................................................................................................123

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1. Background Adjustment

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This function allows you to adjust the density of the original’s background. It avoids the back side of 2sided originals becoming visible on the front side of the original through the copy.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [IMAGE] button to enter the image menu, and then press the

[BACKGROUND ADJUSTMENT] button.

4 Press the [LIGHT] (or [DARK]) button to adjust the density, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

Canceling the background adjustment

• Press the [DEFAULT] button and then the [ENTER] button.

• Adjust the background level to “0”, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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2. Sharpness

This function allows you to emphasize or blur the outline of the image. When the sharpness level is adjusted to the [SOFT] side, the moire fringes are suppressed. If it is adjusted to the [SHARP] side, the letters and fine lines become sharper.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [IMAGE] button to enter the image menu, and then press the

[SHARPNESS] button.

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4 Press the [SOFT] (or [SHARP]) button to adjust the sharpness, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• When the sharpness level is adjusted to the [SOFT] side, the moire fringes are suppressed. If it is adjusted to the [SHARP] side, the letters and fine lines become sharper.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

Canceling the sharpness adjustment

• Press the [DEFAULT] button and then the [ENTER] button.

• Adjust the sharpness level to “0”, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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5. USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS

1. IMAGE SHIFT ....................................................................................................................126

2. EDGE ERASE....................................................................................................................132

3. BOOK CENTER ERASE....................................................................................................133

4. DUAL PAGE.......................................................................................................................135

5. 2IN1 / 4IN1.........................................................................................................................137

6. MAGAZINE SORT .............................................................................................................140

7. EDITING ............................................................................................................................142

• Trimming / Masking.........................................................................................................................142

• Mirror image ....................................................................................................................................145

• Negative/Positive reversal...............................................................................................................146

8. XY ZOOM ..........................................................................................................................147

9. COVER SHEET .................................................................................................................149

10.SHEET INSERTION...........................................................................................................152

11.TIME STAMP .....................................................................................................................155

12.PAGE NUMBER.................................................................................................................156

13.JOB BUILD ........................................................................................................................158

14.IMAGE DIRECTION...........................................................................................................162

15.BOOK - TABLET ................................................................................................................164

16.ADF / SADF .......................................................................................................................166

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1. IMAGE SHIFT

A margin for binding can be created. The following types are available.

1. Created by shifting the original image to either the right or left side (Right or Left margin)

2. Created by shifting the original image to either the upper or lower side (Top or Bottom margin)

3. Created binding margins in the center (inner margin) (Bookbinding margin)

Select this setting when using “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy” ( P.114).

• The ‘Top or Bottom margin’ can be used in combination with the ‘Right or Left margin’ or the ‘Bookbinding margin’.

• The margin width can be adjusted in 1 mm increments.

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Creating a right or left margin

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[IMAGE SHIFT] button.

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4 Press the [LEFT] (or [RIGHT]) button.

5 Adjust the margin width by pressing the [2 mm] or [100 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• The default width of the margin is 7 mm (0.276").

• In duplex copying, margins on the back are created on the other side of those in the front. ( P.109 “4.Duplex

Copying”)

6 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

7 Press the [START] button.

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1.IMAGE SHIFT (Cont.)

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Creating a top or bottom margin

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[IMAGE SHIFT] button.

4 Press the [TOP] (or [BOTTOM]) button.

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5 Adjust the margin width by pressing the [2 mm] or [100 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• The default width of the margin is 7 mm (0.276").

• In duplex copying, margins on the back are created on the other side of those in the front. ( P.109 “4.Duplex

Copying”)

6 Press the [ENTER] button.

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• Select other copy modes as required.

7 Press the [START] button.

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1.IMAGE SHIFT (Cont.)

Creating a bookbinding margin

This is used when setting “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy” ( P.114) in duplex copying. The margin is created in the center (inner margin).

• Acceptable paper sizes for this function is LT only.

1 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[IMAGE SHIFT] button.

2 Press the [BOOK] button.

3 Adjust the margin width by pressing the [2 mm] or [30 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• The default width of the margin is 14 mm (0.551").

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4 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Set “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy” ( P.114) in duplex copying as well.

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2. EDGE ERASE

If the original has a dirty or torn edge, it may be reproduced as a black stain on the copy. In that case, set the edge erase. A white border is created along the edges of the copy, eliminating those black stains.

• This function is available only in the case of standard-size originals.

• The width of the edge erase margin can be adjusted in 1 mm increments.

5 1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[EDGE ERASE] button.

4 Adjust the width by pressing the [2 mm] or [50 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• The default width of the white border is 5 mm (0.197").

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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3. BOOK CENTER ERASE

This function allows you to erase the shadow in the center of a book original.

1. Before book center erase is set

2. After book center erase is set

The width of the book center erase margin can be adjusted in 1 mm increments.

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Press the drawer button representing the desired paper size on the touch panel.

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3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[BOOK CENTER ERASE] button.

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3.BOOK CENTER ERASE (Cont.)

4 Adjust the width by pressing the [2 mm] or [50 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.

5 • The default width of the erase margin is 10 mm (0.393").

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Place a book original on the original glass. Align its center with the yellow guide line near the center of the original glass.

Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

6 Press the [START] button.

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4. DUAL PAGE

This function allows the facing pages of a book or magazine to be copied page by page onto 2 separate sheets of paper or duplex-copied on one sheet. It is not necessary to move the original on the glass. You can also place a pair of LT sized originals side by side and copy them on separate sheets of paper.

• Acceptable paper sizes for this function is LT only.

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then the [DUAL

PAGE] button.

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3 Press the [1 SIDE] (or [2 SIDE]) button.

1 SIDE: Making copies of the facing pages on 2 separate sheets of paper page by page

2 SIDE: Making duplex copies of them on one sheet

• The yellow indicator line for placing a book moves near the center of the original glass.

• If you need a binding margin, set the right or left margin. ( P.126 “Creating a right or left margin”)

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4.DUAL PAGE (Cont.)

4 Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select the copy size (LT).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Place the first page(s) to be copied on the glass, and then press the [START] button.

• Center the book on the yellow indicator line with the bottom toward you. ( P.59 “Book-type originals”)

5 Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

6 Turn to the next page, set the book again, and then press the [START] button.

• Repeat this step until all the originals have finished being scanned.

7 After all the originals have finished being scanned, press the [FIN-

ISHED] button.

• Press the [COPY FINAL PAGE] button if the last original is a 1-sided page.

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5. 2IN1 / 4IN1

This feature allows multiple originals to be reduced and copied onto a single sheet of paper. There are 2 modes: 2IN1 copying, where 2 originals are copied onto a single sheet, and 4IN1 copying, where 4 originals are copied onto a single sheet. In addition, duplex 2IN1 / 4IN1 modes are available, where four/eight originals can be copied to 2 sides of a single sheet of paper.

2IN1

4IN1

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2IN1 DUPLEX (a: Side 1, b: Side 2)

• When a copy is turned with the line as a pivot, originals are printed on Side 2 (back face) as shown.

a a b b

4IN1 DUPLEX (a: Side 1, b: Side 2)

• When a copy is turned with the line as a pivot, originals are printed on Side 2 (back face) as shown.

a b

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5.2IN1 / 4IN1 (Cont.)

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

To make copies on paper which is not the same size as the original, press the [ZOOM] button on the basic menu to enter the following menu, select the desired paper size and press the [AMS] button.

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• If the paper size is not changed, paper of the same size as the original is selected.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[2IN1 / 4IN1] button.

4 Select the type of image combination.

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5 Press the [1 SIDE] (or [2 SIDE]) button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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6. MAGAZINE SORT

This function allows 1-sided originals to be copied and sorted so that they can be folded and bound along a center line like typical magazines or booklets.

Example of copying a 12-page document

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• When placing a portrait originals horizontal to you in the magazine sort mode, be sure to set the correct direction of the originals. ( P.162 “14.IMAGE DIRECTION”)

• The Magazine sort function has 2 procedures; operating from the basic menu and operating from the edit menu. When operating from the edit menu, the margin width can be adjusted.

To operate from the basic menu, see P.103 “Magazine sort & saddle stitch mode (booklet mode)”.

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using the Saddle Stitch Finisher, either LD, LG, LT-R, A3, A4-R or B4 is available.

2 Select the paper type.

• For drawer feeding, see P.86 “Manual paper selection”.

• For bypass feeding, see P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”.

3 Place the original(s).

4 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[MAGAZINE SORT] button.

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5 Set the saddle-stitch and the binding margin and press the [ENTER] button.

• To staple the center line using the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional), press the [STAPLE ON] button. For the maximum number of sheets that can be stapled, see P.105 “Available conditions for saddle stitching”.

• To adjust the width, press the [2 mm] or [30 mm] button.

• The default width of the margin is 2 mm (0.08").

• The margin width can be adjusted in 1 mm increments.

• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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7. EDITING

Trimming / Masking

This function allows you to copy only the inside of the specified area on an original (trimming) or copy with the specified area masked (masking). Up to 4 rectangular areas can be specified on an original.

• Image editing is only available with standard-size originals.

• If the original and copy paper sizes are set incorrectly, the image in the specified range may not be copied correctly.

1. An example of trimming

2. An example of masking

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the paper size ( P.84 “1.Paper Selection”).

2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[EDITING] button.

3 Press the [TRIM] (or [MASK]) button.

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4 Place the original with its face up on the original glass.

• Set the original face up with its bottom toward you and fit its top left corner against the top left corner of the original glass, and align it with the original scales.

Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you.

5 Specify the area. Using the original scale on the left and the inner (top) scale, read the following 4 values:

X1: Distance from the top left to the left edge of the specified area

X2: Distance from the top left to the right edge of the specified area

Y1: Distance from the top left to the upper edge of the specified area

Y2: Distance from the top left to the lower edge of the specified area

• The marks of the original scale have a 2 mm (0.08") pitch.

6 Enter the values read in step 5 for the specified area, and then press the [SET] button. Set 4 values in order.

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• After the setting of 4 values is finished, the next edit area menu is displayed. Repeat steps 5 and 6 when you specify other areas. Up to 4 areas can be specified on an original.

• To correct the value which has been set, press the [RESET] button. Pressing it once makes the highlighted field move one position upward. Highlight the field in which you want to rectify the value, and then key in the correct one.

7 Press the [ENTER] button after specifying the area.

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7.EDITING (Cont.)

8 Place the original(s) with its face down.

• Set the original face down with its bottom toward you and fit its top left corner against the top left corner of the original glass.

• Select other copy modes as required.

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9 Press the [START] button.

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Mirror image

This function allows you to make copies with images completely reversed (right and left).

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the paper size ( P.84 “1.Paper Selection”).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[EDITING] button.

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4 Press the [MIRROR] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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7.EDITING (Cont.)

Negative/Positive reversal

This function allows you to make copies reversing the contrasting density on the whole face of original.

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the paper size ( P.84 “1.Paper Selection”).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[EDITING] button.

4 Press the [NEG/POS] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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8. XY ZOOM

This function allows you to make copies with different reproduction ratios set for the X (horizontal) and Y

(vertical) direction.

The reproduction ratio is in the range of 25 to 400%. However, in the following cases, it is in the range of

25 to 200%.

• When the original is set on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)

100%

200%

100%

200%

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

• When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.71), be sure to specify the paper size.

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the [XY

ZOOM] button.

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8.XY ZOOM (Cont.)

4 Using the [25%] and [400%] buttons, set the reproduction ratio for X and press the [SET] button. Then set the reproduction ratio for Y.

5 5 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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9. COVER SHEET

This function allows you to insert special sheets of paper (such as color paper) into a set of copies as cover sheets. A copied front cover sheet can be inserted. The back cover sheet is inserted blank. There are 4 types of cover sheet modes:

1. Adding a blank front cover sheet ([TOP BLANK])

2. Adding a copied front cover sheet ([TOP COPIED])

3. Adding a blank front and blank back cover sheets ([BOTH BLANK])

4. Adding a copied front and blank back cover sheets ([TOP COPIED BACK BLANK])

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1 Place the cover sheet.

• Place the cover sheet in the drawer selected for cover sheets or on the bypass tray.

• When it is placed in the drawer for the cover sheets, you must set the paper type (cover sheet), size and thickness. ( P.52 “Drawer for special uses”)

• When it is placed on the bypass tray, you must set the paper size and thickness. ( P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”)

• Make sure the cover sheet and the sheets other than the cover sheet are placed in the same direction and of the same size.

2 Place paper (other than cover paper) in the drawer(s).

3 Place the original(s).

• Originals should be placed from the first page on the original glass.

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9.COVER SHEET (Cont.)

4 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu and then the [COVER

SHEET] button.

5 5 Press the desired cover sheet button.

TOP BLANK: To add a blank front cover sheet

TOP COPIED: To add a copied front cover sheet

BOTH BLANK: To add blank front and back cover sheets

TOP COPIED BACK BLANK: To add copied front and blank back cover sheets

When “1-Sided Original to 2-Sided Copy” with the [TOP COPIED] or [TOP COPIED BACK BLANK] button pressed is performed, a 1-sided copy is made for a cover sheet.

6 Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select a paper source of the same size and direction as the cover sheet.

• Select other copy modes as required.

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7 Press the [START] button.

• When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, the original is scanned and copying starts.

• When the original is placed on the original glass, perform steps 8 and 9.

8 Press the [YES] button and place the next original. Then press the

[START] button.

• Repeat this step until all the originals have finished being scanned.

9 After all the originals have finished being scanned, press the [FIN-

ISHED] button.

• Copying starts.

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10. SHEET INSERTION

This function allows you to insert special sheets of paper (such as color paper) into the specified pages. 2 kinds of sheets for insertion are available. Up to 50 pages can be specified for [INSERT SOURCE 1] and

[INSERT SOURCE 2] combined. There are 2 types of sheet insertion modes:

1. Inserting a copied sheet into the specified page ([COPIED])

2. Inserting a blank sheet into the page previous to the specified one ([BLANK])

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1 Place the special sheets of paper.

P.52 “Drawer for special uses”

• Place the special sheets of paper on the bypass tray or in the drawer selected for sheet insertion.

• Both special sheets of paper and plain paper should be placed in the same direction and be of the same size.

2 Place plain paper in the drawer(s).

3 Place the original(s).

• Originals should be placed from the first page on the original glass.

4 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[SHEET INSERTION] button.

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5 Press the [COPIED] (or [BLANK]) button.

COPIED: To insert a copied sheet into the specified page

BLANK: To insert a blank sheet into the page previous to the specified one

6 Press the [INSERT SOURCE 1] (or [INSERT SOURCE 2]) button.

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7 Key in the desired page number (3 digits or less) for insertion and press the [SET] button.

• When [COPIED] is selected on step 5, a copied sheet is inserted into the specified page. When [BLANK] is selected, a blank sheet is inserted into the page previous to the specified one.

• Up to 50 pages can be specified for [INSERT SOURCE 1] and [INSERT SOURCE 2] combined. When inserting multiple sheets one by one at specified pages, repeat steps 6 and 7.

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10.SHEET INSERTION (Cont.)

8 After the specifying of all insertion pages is finished, press the

[ENTER] button.

5 9 Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select a paper source of the same size and direction as the sheet insertion.

• Select other copy modes as required.

10 Press the [START] button.

• When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, the original is scanned and copying starts.

• When the original is placed on the original glass, perform steps 11 and 12.

11 Press the [YES] button and place the next original. Then press the

[START] button.

• Repeat this step until all the originals have finished being scanned.

12 After all the originals have finished being scanned, press the

[FINISHED] button.

• Copying starts.

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11. TIME STAMP

This function allows you to add the time and date of the scanning to the copies.

1. Printed at the bottom of a portrait copy

2. Printed at the top of a landscape copy

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MM.DD.YYYY 14:54

MM.DD.YYYY 14:54

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[TIME STAMP] button.

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4 Select the orientation ([Short edge] or [Long edge]) and position

([UPPER] or [LOWER]) of the date and time to be printed, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

5 Press the [START] button.

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This function allows you to add page numbers to the copies.

1. Printed at the bottom center of a portrait copy

2. Printed at the top right of a landscape copy

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[PAGE NUMBER] button.

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4 Select the orientation ([Short edge] or [Long edge]) and position

([TOP LEFT], [TOP CENTER], [TOP RIGHT], [BOTTOM LEFT], [BOT-

TOM CENTER] or [BOTTOM RIGHT]) of the page number to be printed, and then press the [ENTER] button.

5 Key in the starting page number and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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13. JOB BUILD

This function allows you to copy different kinds of originals at one time.

Scanning is performed by setting the optimal original mode and image adjustment for each original (it is called a job). After all the originals have finished being scanned, they can be copied at one time.

Also, the original scanning source (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder or original glass) of originals can be switched per job, and so, for example, after originals such as multiple LD texts, news clips, photographs in magazines and multiple LT photographs with the appropriate settings have finished being scanned, they can be copied in the scanned order in one go. And the scanned data can be stored in e-Filing.

• Up to 1000 pages of originals are possible.

• Any number of jobs can be set until the total number of scanned original pages reaches 1000.

There are restrictions on the settings for JOB BUILD: Settings not available for JOB BUILD, common settings which are set before scanning the first job and applied to all jobs, and changeable settings for each job. See the following table to perform the setting.

Settings not available for JOB BUILD

Automatic Paper Selection (APS)

Book to 2

Image editing

XY zoom

Cover copying

Sheet insertion mode

Magazine sort

Magazine sort & Saddle stitch

2IN1 / 4IN1

Common settings for all jobs e-Filing/file

Mixed-size original

Paper size to be copied

Sort mode

Image shift

Book center erase

Time stamp

Page number

Image direction in 2-sided copying

Book <-> tablet

Changeable settings per each job

Reproduction ratio

Automatic magnification selection

(Default setting for JOB BUILD)

Original size

Original mode

1-sided -> 1-sided / 2-sided ->

1-sided (or 1-sided -> 2-sided /

2-sided -> 2-sided) copying

Background adjustment

Sharpness

Edge erase

Dual-page

ADF / SADF

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1 Place the originals of the 1st job.

• When an original is placed on the original glass, one page is regarded as one job.

• To copy mixed-size originals using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, see P.87 “Copying mixedsize originals in one go (mixed original size)”.

• Select the drawer if you want to specify it.

2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[JOB BUILD] button.

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• If the desired function button is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

3 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Read the brief description of JOB BUILD on the touch panel.

• JOB BUILD is set and the basic menu is displayed.

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13.JOB BUILD (Cont.)

4 After “Press START button to copy after changing settings.” appears, perform the settings for the 1st job and the common settings for all jobs.

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• Press the [SETTINGS] button to confirm the settings.

• To change the settings, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button, and then start the procedure again from step 1.

5 Press the [START] button.

• The scanning of the originals for the 1st job starts.

6 After “Press START button to copy after changing settings.” appears, place the originals of the 2nd job. Perform the settings for the 2nd job.

• Note that copying will be performed in the same modes as those of the 1st job if the settings are not changed.

• Press the [SETTINGS] button to confirm the settings.

7 Press the [START] button.

• The scanning of the originals for the 2nd job starts.

• Repeat steps 6 to 7 until all the originals have finished being scanned.

8 After all the originals have finished being scanned, confirm the number of copies on the menu and change if needed.

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9 Press the [JOB FINISH] button on the basic menu.

• The copying of the originals starts.

• When copy and e-Filing/file functions are set, storing starts.

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This function allows you to adjust the direction to ‘open to left’ when a lengthwise LD, LT, LG, ST-R original, etc. is copied under the mode of 1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies (or 2-Sided Originals to 1-Sided Copies).

• This function is not necessary for copying in the direction of ‘open to top’.

When a 2-sided ‘open to left’ (Book) portrait LD, LT, LG, ST-R original, etc. is copied using this function with [2-Sided Originals to 1-Sided Copies], copies can be adjusted to the same direction.

[IMAGE DIRECTION]:

1. Set

2. No setting

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Perform the setting of [1 -> 2 DUPLEX] (or [2 -> 1 SPLIT]).

P.109 “4.Duplex Copying”

4 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[IMAGE DIRECTION] button.

• The direction of the copy is adjusted by this operation.

• If the desired function button is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

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5 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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When copying under the mode of 2-Sided Originals to 2-Sided-Copies, this function allows you to rotate the back side of the original to be copied by 180º. It is useful when ‘open to left’ (Book) originals need to be copied in ‘open to top’ (Tablet), and the opposite condition is available.

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1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Perform the setting of [2 -> 2 DUPLEX].

P.109 “4.Duplex Copying”

4 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[BOOK <-> TABLET] button.

• ‘Open to left’ originals are copied in ‘open to top’ and ‘open to top’ originals are copied in ‘open to left’ by this operation.

• If the desired function button is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

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5 Press the [ENTER] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

6 Press the [START] button.

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16. ADF / SADF

You can select the paper feeding mode when using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional).

There are two ways to feed originals.

Continuous feed mode: Originals placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder are continuously fed in after the [START] button is pressed. It is useful to select this mode

Single feed mode: for copying multiple originals at one time. (This is the initial setting at the time of the installation of the equipment.)

An original is automatically pulled in as soon as it is placed. It is recommended to select this mode for copying originals one by one.

• In the single feed mode, set the originals one after another. Setting more than one original could cause a tilted image or a paper jam.

• To set different size originals, see P.87 “Copying mixed-size originals in one go (mixed original size)”.

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Continuous feed mode

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[SADF] button.

• If the [ADF] button is already displayed, the continuous feed mode is set. In this case, skip to step 5.

• If the desired function button is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

3 Press the [ADF] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

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4 Place the original(s) on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

(optional).

P.60 “Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)”

5 Press the [START] button.

Single feed mode

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the

[ADF] button.

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• If the [SADF] button is already displayed, the single feed mode is set. In this case, skip to step 4.

• If the desired function button is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

3 Press the [SADF] button.

• Select other copy modes as required.

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4 Place the original one by one.

• The original is automatically pulled in and the following menu is displayed.

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• If there are more originals, set them in the same way. (The same operation is performed whether or not you press the [YES] button.)

5 After all originals have finished being fed, press the [FINISHED] button.

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6. e-FILING

1. e-Filing ...............................................................................................................................170

2. Creating User Boxes..........................................................................................................172

3. Changing Data of User Boxes............................................................................................174

4. Deleting User Boxes ..........................................................................................................177

5. Storing Documents in e-Filing ............................................................................................179

6. Printing Stored Documents ................................................................................................183

7. Deleting Folders or Documents..........................................................................................188

8. Appendix ............................................................................................................................190

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1. e-Filing

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This feature allows you to store, print and manage documents obtained by copying, printing from a PC, scanning, receiving Fax and receiving Internet Fax. The document is stored into the hard disk embedded in this equipment.

• To use documents received by Fax in e-Filing, a Fax Unit is required.

• To use documents printed from a PC in e-Filing, the Printer Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is required.

• To use scanned documents or documents received by Internet Fax in e-Filing, the Scanner Kit or the

Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is required.

• When the Data Overwrite Kit (optional) is installed, it may take time before e-Filing can be used after the power is turned ON. This depends on the number of files in e-Filing.

• Delete the documents in e-Filing when they are no longer needed.

• The e-Filing box in which highly confidential documents are stored must be password protected.

There are two kinds of e-Filing as follows.

Public box:

This is prepared as a default setting. This is used to store a shared document that can be accessed by any users without restrictions.

User box:

Up to 200 boxes can be created. Passwords can be set for each user box.

• Up to 100 folders per one box can be created. A maximum of 400 documents can be stored in one folder. The maximum number of original pages is 200. (However, it may be restricted depending on the amount of free space on the hard disk embedded in this equipment.)

An outline of e-Filing is as follows.

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1. Store a document into e-Filing.

2. Add a printing setting to the stored document as required.

3. Print the document.

4. Use the document on the PC. (See the e-Filing Guide for details.)

The stored document in e-Filing can be downloaded to a client PC by using the “File Downloader”.

The stored document in e-Filing can be imported as an image into the TWAIN-compatible application by the TWAIN driver.

You can edit and back up the document, create a folder, etc. in the e-Filing using “Printer Utility”.

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• The available settings differ between when the operation is performed from the touch panel of this equipment or using “Printer Utility” from a client PC. See the e-Filing Guide for details.

• When the preservation period for documents in e-Filing is specified, the stored documents will be deleted after this period has passed. You need to print the documents or download them into a client

PC using the “File Downloader”. See the e-Filing Guide for details. (For setting the storing period of the documents in e-Filing, ask the network administrator.)

• Be sure to back up the data stored in e-Filing regularly in case of a hard disk failure. See the e-Filing

Guide for details.

This chapter explains about when copied original data are stored to e-Filing. See the e-Filing Guide for storing, printing and managing the document obtained by printing from a PC, scanning, receiving fax and receiving Internet Fax (except for copying) and operating e-Filing via network.

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2. Creating User Boxes

Up to 200 user boxes can be created. To prepare user boxes for different purposes enables you to have efficient document management.

Folders can be created in each user box. Also, password can be set to each user box.

• You can create folders using “Printer Utility” from a client PC. See the e-Filing Guide for details.

Set up a user box following the procedure below.

1 Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.

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2 Select a blank box number between “001” and “200”, and then press the [SETUP] button.

• If the desired box is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

3 Press the [BOX NAME] button, and then enter the box name.

• When the [BOX NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 32 characters can be added.

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4 Key in the password in “Password” as required, and then press the

[SET] button.

• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

5 Key in the password in “Retype Password”.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

6 Press the [ENTER] button.

• The user box is created.

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3. Changing Data of User Boxes

Created user boxes and passwords can be changed.

• You cannot change the folder name using the control panel of this equipment. It can be changed using

“Printer Utility” from a client PC. See the e-Filing Guide for details.

1 Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.

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2 Select the desired box, and then press the [EDIT] button.

• If the desired box is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

3 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected box, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the box was created, skip to step 4.

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4 Press the [BOX NAME] button, and then enter the new box name.

• When [BOX NAME] is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 32 characters can be added.

5 Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button.

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• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

6 Key in the password in “Retype Password”.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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7 Press the [ENTER] button.

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• The box settings are updated.

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4. Deleting User Boxes

Unnecessary user boxes can be deleted. All folders and documents in the user boxes are also deleted.

• Public box cannot be deleted.

1 Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.

2 Select the box you want to delete, and then press the [DELETE] button.

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• If the desired box is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

3 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected box, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the box was created, skip to step 4.

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4 “Are you sure you want to delete this box?” appears. Press the [Yes] button to delete the box.

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• The box is deleted.

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5. Storing Documents in e-Filing

Scanned original data can be stored in e-Filing. The copy mode settings will be saved with the e-Filing document. You can copy originals and store the data at one time. After storing the original data, you can print them out at any time.

• There are two types of e-Filing, public box and user boxes. To store the data in a user box, you need to set it up in advance. ( P.172 “2.Creating User Boxes”)

• The data scanned with the scanning function can be also stored in e-Filing by installing the Scanner Kit

(optional). The stored data can be downloaded to the client PC as a PDF or TIFF file. For details, refer to the Scanning Guide.

1 Place the original(s).

• Up to 100 folders can be created in one e-Filing, and a maximum of 400 documents can be stored in one folder. The maximum number of original pages is 200. (However this may be restricted depending on the amount of free space of the hard disk in this equipment.)

• Set the copy mode as required.

2 Press the [E-FILING/FILE] button to enter the e-Filing/file menu.

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3 Press the [STORE TO E-FILING] button.

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4 Press the [BOX/FOLDER] button.

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5 Select the box in which you want to store the document, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If the desired box is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

When the password entry menu is displayed

When the password entry menu is displayed, the password is set in the selected user box. Key in the password and press the [ENTER] button.

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6 The document list in the selected box is displayed. Press the [ENTER] button to store in this box.

To store the document in the folder

To store the document in the folder, select the folder to be stored, press the [OPEN FOLDER] button.

The document list in the selected folder is displayed. Press the [ENTER] button to store in this folder.

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• If you want to close the folder and go back to the box above, press the [CLOSE FOLDER] button.

• Creating the folder can be performed from the client PC using “Printer Utility”. For details, see e-Filing Guide.

7 Press the [DOCUMENT NAME] button, and then enter the document name.

• When the [DOCUMENT NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 64 characters can be entered.

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8 Press the [ENTER] button.

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9 “PRINT THIS DOCUMENT?” appears. Press the [YES] button to store and print it out at one time.

• If you want to store the document without printing it, press the [NO] button.

10 Press the [START] button.

• The reading and storing of the documents starts.

When the original is placed on the original glass or on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) in the Single original feeding mode, the following menu is displayed. Setting the original on the original glass: When the next original is placed, the [YES] button and then the [START] button are pressed, storing of the document starts. Setting the original on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder in the single original feeding mode:

When the next original is placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, storing of the document starts.

After the last page has finished being scanned, press the [FINISHED] button.

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6. Printing Stored Documents

Stored documents can be printed out. You can also print out a part of a document and change the setting in the finishing mode or the like before printing the documents.

Printing the whole document

All pages of the document are printed. If printing multiple copies is desired, see P.186 “Printing the stored document after changing the settings”.

1 Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.

2 Select the box in which the desired printing document is stored, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If the desired box is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

3 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected box, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the box was registered, skip to step 4.

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4 Select the document to be printed.

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• To print a document in the folder, select the folder in which you want to print the document out and press the

[OPEN FOLDER] button. Select the desired document on the menu.

5 Press the [PRINT] button.

• Printing starts.

To stop printing a stored document during the operation

Select the job you want to stop from the print job menu or scan job menu, and then press the

[DELETE] button. For details, see P.227 “8.JOB STATUS”.

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Test printing

A part of a document of several pages can be printed out.

1 Select the document to be printed according to steps 1 to 4 of

P.183 “Printing the whole document”.

2 Press the [TEST PRINT] button.

3 Key in the number of the last page and press the [SET] button. Then key in the number of the first page.

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• To correct the pages, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• To print all pages, press the [ALL PAGES] button.

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4 Press the [PRINT] button.

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• Printing of the set pages starts.

To stop printing a stored document during this operation

Select the job you want to stop from the print job menu or scan job menu, and then press the

[DELETE] button. For details, see P.227 “8.JOB STATUS”.

Printing the stored document after changing the settings

The following settings are available before the stored document is printed.

1. Paper source (Press the drawer icon to be set as a paper source. However, the paper in the drawer selected for the paper source is used only when its size and type correspond to those of the documents in the box.)

2. Number of printings (Key them in.)

3. Simplex printing / duplex printing

4. Finishing mode (Selecting the mode is limited depending on the installed optional equipment.)

5. Paper exit (Available when the finisher (optional) is installed)

6. Image shift position

7. Added date and time position

8. Page number position

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1 Select the document to be printed according to steps 1 to 4 of

P.183 “Printing the whole document”.

2 Press the [SETTINGS] button.

3 Set the printing modes as required.

• See the eight items mentioned above for the setting mode. To set items 3 to 8, press the button and set the required setting on the menu.

4 Press the [PRINT] button.

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• Printing starts.

To stop printing a stored document during this operation

Select the job you want to stop from the print job menu or scan job menu, and then press the

[DELETE] button. For details, see P.227 “8.JOB STATUS”.

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7. Deleting Folders or Documents

Unnecessary folders or documents can be deleted. If a folder is deleted, all documents in the folder are also deleted.

1 Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.

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2 Select the box in which you want to delete the folder or document, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If the desired box is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.

3 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected box, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the box was created, skip to step 4.

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4 Select the folder or document to be deleted, and then press the

[DELETE] button.

To delete a document in the folder

To delete a document in the folder, select the folder in which you want to delete the document and press the [OPEN FOLDER] button. Select the desired document and press the [DELETE] button.

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5 “Are you sure you want to delete this folder?” or “Are you sure you want to delete this document?” appears. Press the [Yes] button to perform deletion.

• The folder or document is deleted.

If a folder is deleted, all the documents in the folder are also deleted.

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Storing documents in the shared folder

Scanned original data can be stored in the shared folder. You can copy originals and store the data at the same time.

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• Data can be stored in the TIFF or PDF format.

• Data can be stored in the [MFP LOCAL] (hard disk in the equipment) as well as [REMOTE 1] and

[REMOTE 2] (hard disk of a computer connected with the equipment in the network).

See “6. Copy & File” in the Scanning Guide for details.

• To enable "Copy & File", the Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is required.

1 Place the original(s).

2 Press the [E-FILING/FILE] button on the basic menu to enter the e-Filing/file menu.

3 Press the [COPY & FILE] button.

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4 Press the [FILE NAME] button.

When the [FILE NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 45 characters can be entered.

5 Select the destination you want to store the data.

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• Any two of the destinations [MFP LOCAL], [REMOTE 1] and [REMOTE 2] can be selected at one time.

• If you press the [REMOTE 1] or [REMOTE 2] button, you may need to specify the computer in which you want to store the data. See “3. SCAN TO FILE” in the Scanning Guide for details.

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6 Select the format in which the data are stored.

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PDF (MULTI)

Scanned originals are stored as one PDF file.

PDF (SINGLE)

A folder is created and each page of the scanned original is stored into this folder separately as a

PDF file.

E.g.: A three-page original is stored as three PDF files.

TIFF (MULTI)

Scanned originals are stored as one TIFF file.

TIFF (SINGLE)

A folder is created and each page of the scanned original is stored into this folder separately as a

PDF file.

E.g.: A three-page original is stored as three TIFF files.

7 Press the [ENTER] button.

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8 Press the [START] button.

• The scanning, storing and copying of the documents starts.

When the original is placed on the original glass or on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) in the single original feeding mode, the following menu is displayed. Setting the original on the original glass: When the next original is placed, the [YES] button and then the [START] button are pressed, storing of the document starts.

Setting the original on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder in the single original feeding mode: When the next original is placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, storing of the document starts. After the last page has finished being scanned, press the [FINISHED] button.

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7. TEMPLATE

1. Template ............................................................................................................................196

2. Registering User Groups and Templates ...........................................................................198

3. Changing Data of User Groups and Templates .................................................................210

4. Recalling Templates...........................................................................................................218

5. Deleting User Groups or Templates ...................................................................................223

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1. Template

A combination of functions frequently used can be registered as a template and recalled as required. Templates can be used with the copy, scanning and Fax functions.

• To use Fax functions, the optional Fax Unit is required.

• To use scanning functions, the Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is required.

The following illustration shows the outline of a template function.

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1. Register the combination of the functions to the template.

2. Place the original.

3. Recall the desired template, and then make a copy.

Template in “Useful Template”

In this equipment, 12 templates are included by default. They are registered to be available in the user group number 001 “Useful Template”.

• To recall the template, see P.220 “When recalling a template in a user group”.

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Template using the copying function

Button Function

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"2-Sided original -> 2-Sided copy" is performed in the 2IN1 mode.

Mixed-size originals are copied in Auto Paper Selection mode.

Mixed-size originals are copied in Auto Multiplying Selection mode.

Small 2-sided originals such as business cards, etc. can be copied in full size on one side of the copy paper in the 2IN1 mode.

• Place the original on the original glass, before recalling a template.

• After the scanning of the 2-sided original is finished, press the [FINISHED] button.

Template using the scanning function

Button Function

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1-Sided original is scanned at 400dpi resolution, then stored in the shared folder of this equipment as a PDF file.

1-Sided original is scanned at 200dpi resolution, then stored in the shared folder of this equipment as a PDF file.

2-Sided original is scanned at 200dpi resolution, then stored in the shared folder of this equipment as a PDF file.

1-Sided original is scanned at 300dpi resolution, then stored in the shared e-

Filing box of this equipment.

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Template using the e-Filing function

Button Function

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Data are read in the Text/Photo mode and with "1-Sided original -> 1-Sided copy", then stored in the e-Filing box.

Data are read in the Text/Photo mode and with "2-Sided original -> 1-Sided copy", then stored in the e-Filing box.

Data are read in the Text/Photo mode and with "1-Sided original -> 2-Sided copy", then stored in the e-Filing box.

Data are read in the Text/Photo mode and with "1-Sided original -> 1-Sided copy" using the dual-page mode, then stored in the e-Filing box.

*1 The functions not described in the “Function” field are set by default.

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2. Registering User Groups and Templates

A template can be registered either in “PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP” or “USER GROUP” depending on your purpose. Passwords can be set to restrict the unauthorized use of a template.

PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP:

This is prepared as a default setting. Anyone can use a template registered in this group.

It is useful if the setting combinations of functions frequently used throughout the company or organization are registered in this group. Up to 60 templates can be registered.

• When registering a template in the public template group, keying in the Admin Password is required.

USER GROUP:

Up to 200 groups can be registered. It is useful if you register each department, section or person as a user group. Up to 60 templates can be registered in each group. Passwords can be set for the user groups.

• “Useful Template” is registered to be available in user group number 001.

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Registering a template in the public template group

1 Set every function you want to include in the combination.

• e.g.: Setting “Image shift”, “90% reduction” and “10 sets of copies” of the copy function.

2 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

3 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

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4 Press the [PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP], and then press the [ENTER] button.

5 Press the [PASSWORD] button.

• The letter entry menu is displayed.

6 Key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the letter entry menu and the digital keys, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx. 30 sec. In that case, wait until it becomes available and then enter the correct Admin Password again.

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• The corresponding buttons of the template registered in the public template group are displayed.

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7 Press the blank key, and then press the [SAVE] button.

8 Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the template name.

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• [NAME 1] is displayed on the upper side and [NAME 2] is displayed on the lower side of the template button.

Enter [NAME 1] and/or [NAME 2]. When both are entered, [NAME 1] is displayed on the upper side and

[NAME 2] on the lower side of the button.

• When the [NAME 1] or [NAME 2] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 11 characters can be entered.

• The following symbols cannot be used for [NAME 1] and [NAME 2].

["], [=], [|], [*], [<], [>], [?], [+], [[], []], [;], [:], [/], [\], [,], [.]

9 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the user name of the template as required.

• When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 30 characters can be entered.

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10 Key in the password in “Password” as required, and then press the

[SET] button.

• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

11 Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

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• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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12 Select whether to enable “AUTOMATIC START” or not when the template is recalled.

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• Press the [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] button.

• When [ENABLE] is selected, the icon is added to the template button. (The operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button with the icon when the template is recalled. However, if a password is set for the template, you need to key it in when an operation with the function set to the template is performed, though automatic start is enabled.)

13 Press the [SAVE] button.

• The screen returns to the one of step 1, which is the menu before the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel is pressed.

Registering the new user group

1 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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2 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

3 Select an unregistered user group between “002” and “200”, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

4 Press the [NAME] button, and then enter the user group name.

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• When the [NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 20 characters can be entered.

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5 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the user name of the user group as required.

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• When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 30 characters can be entered.

6 Key in the password in “Password” as required, and then press the

[SET] button.

• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

7 Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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8 Press the [ENTER] button.

• The user group is registered.

Registering a template in the user group

1 Set every function you want to include in the combination.

• e.g.: Setting “Image shift”, “90% reduction” and “10 sets of copies” of the copy function.

2 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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3 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

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4 Select the desired user group, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If the desired user group is not displayed, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

5 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 6.

6 The corresponding buttons of the template registered in the user group are displayed. Press the blank key, and then press the [SAVE] button.

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7 Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the template name.

• [NAME 1] is displayed in the upper side and [NAME 2] is displayed in the lower side of the template button.

Enter [NAME 1] and/or [NAME 2]. When both are entered, [NAME 1] is displayed in the upper side and [NAME

2] is displayed in the lower side of the button.

• When the [NAME 1] or [NAME 2] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 11 characters can be entered.

• The following symbols cannot be used for [NAME 1] and [NAME 2].

["], [=], [|], [*], [<], [>], [?], [+], [[], []], [;], [:], [/], [\], [,], [.]

8 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the user name of the template as required.

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• When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 30 characters can be entered.

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2.Registering User Groups and Templates (Cont.)

9 Key in the password in “Password” as required, and then press the

[SET] button.

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• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

10 Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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11 Select whether to enable “AUTOMATIC START” or not when the template is recalled.

• Press the [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] button.

• When [ENABLE] is selected, the icon is added to the template button. (The operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button with the icon when the template is recalled. However, if a password is set for the template, you need to key it in when an operation with the function set to the template is performed, though automatic start is enabled.)

12 Press the [SAVE] button.

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• The screen returns to the one of step 1, which is the menu before the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel is pressed.

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3. Changing Data of User Groups and Templates

Registered names, user names and passwords of user groups or templates, and the automatic start setting of a template can be changed.

The data of a public group cannot be changed from the control panel, but from “Printer Utility”. For details, see the Top Access Guide.

Changing the data of a user group

1 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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2 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

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3 Select the user group you want to change, and then press the [EDIT] button.

• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

4 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5.

5 Press the [NAME] button, and then enter the new name of the user group.

• When the [NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 20 characters can be entered.

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3.Changing Data of User Groups and Templates (Cont.)

6 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the new user name of the user group.

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• When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 30 characters can be entered.

7 Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button.

• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

8 Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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9 Press the [ENTER] button.

• The data of the user group are changed.

Changing the data of a template

1 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

2 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

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3.Changing Data of User Groups and Templates (Cont.)

3 Select the group in which the template to be changed was registered, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

4 Enter the password, and then press the [ENTER] button.

When the public group is selected:

Press the [PASSWORD] button, and then key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the letter entry menu and the digital keys.

• If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx. 30 sec. In that case, wait until it becomes available and then enter the correct Admin Password again.

When the user group is selected:

Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group. (If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5.)

5 Select the template to be changed, and then press the [EDIT] button.

• If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

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6 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 7.

7 Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the new name of the template.

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• When the [NAME 1] or [NAME 2] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 11 characters can be entered.

• The following symbols cannot be used for [NAME 1] and [NAME 2].

["], [=], [|], [*], [<], [>], [?], [+], [[], []], [;], [:], [/], [\], [,], [.]

8 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the new user name of the template.

• When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Up to 30 characters can be entered.

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3.Changing Data of User Groups and Templates (Cont.)

9 Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button.

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• Be sure to key in the 5-digit password.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

• When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password” becomes highlighted.

10 Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the

[ENTER] button.

• * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered.

• To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel.

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11 Change the setting of “AUTOMATIC START” for recalling the template.

• Press the [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] button.

• When [ENABLE] is selected, the icon is added to the template button. (The operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button with the icon when the template is recalled. However, if a password is set for the template, you need to key it in when an operation with the function set to the template is performed, though automatic start is enabled.)

12 Press the [ENTER] button.

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• The data of the template are changed.

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4. Recalling Templates

When a template is recalled, the registered setting functions of the template are reflected in the equipment.

If [ENABLE] is selected for “AUTOMATIC START” when the template is registered, operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button.

When recalling a template in a public group

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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4 Press the [PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP].

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5 Press the desired template button.

• If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• If you press the template button with the icon, the operation of the registered setting functions is automatically started.

6 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 7.

7 Confirm that “Updated the template setting” appears on the menu.

• Select other copy modes as required.

8 Press the [START] button.

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4.Recalling Templates (Cont.)

When recalling a template in a user group

1 Place paper in the drawer(s).

2 Place the original(s).

3 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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4 Select the user group in which the template to be recalled is registered.

• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

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5 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 6.

6 Press the desired template button.

• If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• If you press the template button with the icon, the operation of the registered setting functions is automatically started.

7 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 8.

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4.Recalling Templates (Cont.)

8 Confirm that “Updated the template setting” appears on the menu.

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• Select other copy modes as required.

9 Press the [START] button.

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5. Deleting User Groups or Templates

Unnecessary user groups and templates can be deleted. If a user group is deleted, all templates in the user group are also deleted.

Deleting a user group

1 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

2 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

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3 Select the user group you want to delete, and then press the

[DELETE] button.

• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

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4 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button.

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• If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5.

5 “DELETE OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

• The selected user group is deleted.

Deleting a template

1 Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.

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2 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.

3 Select the group in which the template to be deleted is registered, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

• To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the user group number.

4 Enter the password, and then press the [ENTER] button.

When the public group is selected:

Press the [PASSWORD] button, and then key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the letter entry menu and the digital keys.

• If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx. 30 sec. In that case, wait until it becomes available and then enter the correct Admin Password again.

When the user group is selected:

Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group. (If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5.)

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5.Deleting User Groups or Templates (Cont.)

5 Select the template you want to delete, and then press the [DELETE] button.

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• If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.

6 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 7.

7 “DELETE OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

• The selected template is deleted.

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8. JOB STATUS

1. Job Status ..........................................................................................................................228

2. Confirming Print Job Status ...............................................................................................229

• Print jobs .........................................................................................................................................230

• Proof print jobs ................................................................................................................................233

• Private print jobs .............................................................................................................................236

• When using department codes .......................................................................................................239

3. Confirming Scan Job Status...............................................................................................242

4. Log List ..............................................................................................................................243

• Confirming job history in log list ......................................................................................................244

• Registering into address book from log lists ...................................................................................248

• Printing journals (send/receive log list) ...........................................................................................250

5. Print Status Display............................................................................................................251

6. Error Code .........................................................................................................................254

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1. Job Status

When you press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel, the job status menu is displayed. The following information can be confirmed on this menu.

• Status of jobs (print, fax, Internet Fax and scan) in waiting

• Log list of jobs (print, sending/receiving, scan) performed

• Print status

You can also start, pause, release, delete and move the job in waiting.

• For the status confirmation of the Fax job, see the Operator’s Manual for Facsimile Function.

• When the equipment is managed under the user management function ( P.34), enter the user information (e.g. user name, password) before pressing the [JOB STATUS] button.

• The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for the scanning function.

• The FAX Unit (optional) is necessary for the Fax function.

• The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for the Internet Fax and E-mail functions.

• The Printer Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for printing from a client PC through the network.

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2. Confirming Print Job Status

You can confirm the status of the print job. The following information is displayed in a list.

User Name: Name of user for whom the job was registered

Date, Time: Date and time the job was registered

Paper:

Pages:

Paper size to be printed

Number of pages to be printed

Sets:

Status:

Number of sets to be printed

Status of jobs ("Scheduled" is displayed for the scheduled print.)

4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 250 pages (1000 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the 5th and following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

Print jobs

Copying and printing of the document, and printing of an E-mail, etc. are called print jobs.

Print jobs can be deleted, paused and released, moved, and printed on the print job list.

Displaying print job list

1 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel.

• The print job list is displayed.

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Deleting print jobs

1 Select the job you want to delete on the print job list, then press the

[DELETE] button.

• If the subject job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

2 “Delete OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

• The job is deleted.

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Pausing print jobs

The 11th job or later counting from the one in progress can be paused.

1 Select the job you want to pause on the print job list, then press the

[PAUSE] button.

• When the [PAUSE] button is pressed, the display of this button changes to [RESUME].

• When the job is paused, the next job is started.

Releasing print job

Press the [RESUME] button. A job once paused will not be printed out unless the [RESUME] button is pressed.

Moving print jobs

The 11th job or later counting from the one in progress can be moved.

1 Select the job you want to move on the print job list, then press the

[MOVE] button.

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• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

2 Select the position where you want to move the job. (The job comes right under the job you selected on the list.)

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Proof print jobs

“Proof print” is a function to print only 1 set as a proof print when you print more than one set of documents from a client PC on the network before you print out all the sets of the documents.

You can check this proof print and then select whether you print the rest of the documents or quit printing to change the setting on the proof print job list. If you want to print the rest, you can change the number of printouts.

• For details of proof print, see the Printing Guide.

Displaying proof print job list

1 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel.

• The print job list is displayed.

2 Press the [PROOF] button.

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• The proof print job list is displayed.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

Continuing printing after proof printing

1 Select the job you want to print on the proof print job list.

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• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

2 Press the [RELEASE] button.

• Printing starts.

• The printing status can be confirmed on the print job list.

When you want to change the number of sets

When you want to change the number of sets, press the [EDIT] button and key in the desired number. Then press the [RELEASE] button to start printing.

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Deleting proof print jobs

1 Select the job you want to delete on the proof print job list, and then press the [DELETE] button.

• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

2 “Delete OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

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• The job is deleted.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

Private print jobs

“Private print” is a function to print a document from a client PC on the network only when a previously set password is keyed in from the control panel of this equipment. This function is useful when you want to print confidential documents.

• For details of private print jobs, see the Printing Guide.

Displaying private print job list

1 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel.

• The print job list is displayed.

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2 Press the [PRIVATE] button.

3 Select the appropriate user name.

• When you perform the operation as an administrator, do not press the user name but press the [ADMIN.

PASSWORD] button. The letter entry menu ( P.31 “Setting letters”) appears and you can enter the Admin

Password (6 to 10 digits). In this case, jobs can be deleted but not printed. (If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx. 30 sec. In that case, wait until it becomes available and then enter the correct Admin Password again.)

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4 Press the [PASSWORD] button.

• The letter entry menu ( P.31 “Setting letters”) is displayed. Key in the password, which has previously been set from the client PC, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• The private print job list is displayed.

A list of private print jobs for which the same password has been set appears.

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Printing private print jobs

1 Select the job you want to print on the private print job list.

• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

• To select all jobs on the private print job list, press the [SELECT ALL] button. To clear the selection, press the

[ALL CLEAR] button.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

2 Press the [RELEASE] button.

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• Printing starts.

• The printing status can be confirmed on the print job list.

Deleting private print jobs

1 Select the job you want to delete on the private print job list, and then press the [DELETE] button.

• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

• To select all jobs on the private print job list, press the [SELECT ALL] button. To clear the selection, press the

[ALL CLEAR] button.

2 “Delete OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

• The job is deleted.

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When using department codes

If the department code keyed in at printing is not correct, this job will be stored in the invalid queue (= the list of jobs with an incorrect department code or with no department code), and will not be printed out.

However, the jobs stored in the invalid queue can be printed when the correct department code is newly keyed in.

A print job, whose number of pages exceeds that specified for a particular department code, will not be printed out either. In this case, contact the administrator in your office.

Displaying invalid queues

1 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel.

• The print job list is displayed.

2 Press the [INVALID] button.

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• The menu for the invalid queue is displayed.

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2.Confirming Print Job Status (Cont.)

Keying in correct department code to print

When an incorrect department code has been keyed in at printing, you can key in the correct department code again to print the subject job.

1 Select the job you want to print on the menu for the invalid queue.

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• If the corresponding is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

2 Press the [RELEASE] button.

3 Key in the correct department code, and then press the [ENTER] button.

• Printing starts.

• The printing status can be confirmed on the print job list.

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Deleting invalid print jobs

1 Select the job you want to delete on the menu for the invalid queue, then press the [DELETE] button.

• If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.

2 “Delete OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button.

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• The job is deleted.

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3. Confirming Scan Job Status

You can confirm the scan job status and delete a scan job. For details, refer to the Scanning Guide.

The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for the scanning function.

Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel. Then press the [SCAN] button on the touch panel to display the scan job list.

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The following information is displayed.

To/File Name of the file created or the E-mail address of the recipient

Name:

Agent: Function selected for the scan job

Date, Time: Date and time of the scan job

Pages:

Status:

Number of pages scanned or sent via E-mail

Status of jobs

4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 250 pages (1000 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the 5th and the following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

Deleting scan job

Select the job you want to delete on the scan job list, and then press the [DELETE] button.

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4. Log List

You can confirm the history of each copy, print, scan, and, sending and receiving of Fax, Internet Fax and

E-mail job on the log list.

You can also register unregistered Fax numbers or E-mail addresses into the address book from the log list of the Fax and Internet Fax, or the log list of scan jobs.

• The FAX Unit (optional) is necessary for the Fax function.

• The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for the scanning function.

• The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for the Internet Fax and E-mail functions.

• The Printer Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary for printing from a client PC through the network.

When you press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel and the [LOG] button on the touch panel, the log menu is displayed.

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4.Log List (Cont.)

Confirming job history in log list

Print log

When you press the [PRINT] button on the log menu, the history of copy jobs and print jobs is displayed.

The following information is displayed.

User Name: Name of the senders of the copy/print job

Date, Time: Date and time the job was printed

Paper:

Pages:

Sets:

Paper size printed

Number of pages of the copy/print job

Number of sets printed

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4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 30 pages (120 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the

5th and the following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

The following button is displayed.

[RETURN]: Press this button to return to the log menu.

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Send log

When you press the [SEND] button on the log menu, the sending history of Fax jobs and Internet Fax jobs is displayed. (The Fax function and the Internet Fax are both optional.)

The following information is displayed.

File No.:

To:

Order of job registered

Recipient’s Fax number or E-mail address of Internet Fax

Date, Time: Date and time the Fax or Internet Fax was sent

Pages: Number of pages of the Fax or Internet Fax sent

Status: Result is displayed as “OK” or in error codes.

(For the error codes, see P.254 “6.Error Code”.)

4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 10 pages (40 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the

5th and the following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

The following buttons are displayed.

[JOURNAL]: Press this button to print the history of sent jobs (= journal). (For details, see P.250

[ENTRY]:

“Printing journals (send/receive log list)”.)

Press this button to register unregistered Fax numbers or E-mail addresses on the send log list into the address book. (For details, see P.248 “Registering into address book from log lists”.)

[RETURN]: Press this button to return to the log menu.

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4.Log List (Cont.)

Receive log

When you press the [RECEIVE] button on the log menu, the receiving history of Fax jobs, Internet Fax jobs and E-mail jobs is displayed. (All functions are optional.)

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The following information is displayed.

File No.:

From:

Order of job registered

Sender’s Fax number or E-mail address of Internet Fax

(The recipient's name in the address book is displayed, if registered.)

Date, Time: Date and time the Fax, Internet Fax or E-mail was received

Pages: Number of pages of the Fax, Internet Fax or E-mail received

Status: Result is displayed as “OK” or in error codes.

(For the error codes, see P.254 “6.Error Code”.)

4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 10 pages (40 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the

5th and the following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

The following buttons are displayed.

[JOURNAL]: Press this button to print the history of received jobs (= journal). (For details, see P.250

[ENTRY]:

“Printing journals (send/receive log list)”.)

Press this button to register unregistered Fax numbers or E-mail addresses on the receive log list into the address book. (For details, see P.248 “Registering into address book from log lists”.)

[RETURN]: Press this button to return to the log menu.

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Scan log

When you press the [SCAN] button on the log menu, the histories of the following items are displayed.

• Job filed in e-Filing by copying

• Job filed in a shared folder by copying (= SAVE AS FILE) (The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit

(both optional) is necessary.)

• Job filed in e-Filing or a shared folder by scanning (= SCAN TO FILE) (The Scanner Kit or the Printer/

Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary.)

• E-mail sent by scanning (= SCAN TO E-MAIL) (The Scanner Kit or the Printer/Scanner Kit (both optional) is necessary.)

The following information is displayed.

To/File

Name:

Name of the file created or the E-mail address of the recipient

Agent: Function selected for the scan job

Date, Time: Date and time of the scan job

Pages:

Status:

Number of pages scanned or sent via E-mail

Result is displayed as “OK” or in error codes.

(For the error codes, see P.254 “6.Error Code”.)

4 jobs are displayed in 1 page. Up to 30 pages (120 jobs) can be displayed. When you want to confirm the

5th and the following jobs, press the [Next] button, and when you want to return to the previous page, press the [Prev] button.

The following buttons are displayed.

[ENTRY]: Press this button to register unregistered E-mail addresses on the scan log list into the address book. (For details, see P.248 “Registering into address book from log lists”.)

[RETURN]: Press this button to return to the log menu.

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4.Log List (Cont.)

Registering into address book from log lists

You can register Fax numbers and E-mail addresses, which have not yet been registered, into the address book from the send, receive or scan log list.

* The following information can be registered from the Send log:

• Remote FAX number which was dialed by direct entry using the digital keys, or which was searched for by the LDAP server

• E-mail address which was manually entered, or which was searched for by the LDAP server

* The following information can be registered from the Receive log:

• Remote FAX number which was dialed by direct entry using the digital keys, or which was searched for by the LDAP server for a Polling Reception

• E-mail address of the sender

* The following information can be registered from the Scan log:

• E-mail address which was manually entered, or which was searched for by the LDAP server

1 Press the [SEND] (or [RECEIVE] or [SCAN]) button on the log menu.

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• The send (or receive or scan) log list is displayed.

2 Select the job which includes the Fax number or E-mail address you want to register into the address book.

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3 Press the [ENTRY] button.

4 Enter the following information. (You need to enter at least either of

[FIRST NAME] or [LAST NAME], and either of [FAX NO.] or [E-MAIL].)

• FIRST NAME: Enter the first name. The entered first name is displayed in the address book list on the touch panel.

• LAST NAME: Enter the last name. The entered last name is displayed in the address book list on the touch panel.

• FAX NO.: Enter the Fax number.

• 2ND FAX: Enter the second Fax number.

• E-MAIL: Enter the E-mail address.

• CORP.: Enter the company name.

• DEPT.: Enter the department name.

• KEYWORD: Enter a keyword with which you can search for the desired contact.

When you press any of the above, the letter entry menu ( P.31) is displayed. Enter the information with the buttons on this menu and the digital keys on the control panel.

5 Press the [ENTER] button.

• The information has been registered in the address book.

• For details of the address book, see the User Functions Guide.

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4.Log List (Cont.)

Printing journals (send/receive log list)

You can print the send and receive log lists of the Fax job. The 40 latest send-and-receive logs (1 page), or the 120 latest send-and-receive logs (3 pages) can be printed out. You can also select and print only 1 log.

• For details, see the Operator’s Manual for Facsimile Function.

1 Press the [SEND] (or [RECEIVE]) button on the log menu.

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• The send (receive) log list is displayed.

2 Press the [JOURNAL] button.

• The send (receive) log list is printed.

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5. Print Status Display

When you press the [STATUS] button on the touch panel while no operation is in progress, the size of the paper set in the drawer is displayed. When you press the [STATUS] button during printing, the drawer button being used for the feeding of this printing is highlighted.

Releasing print job errors

If the specified size of paper is not in the drawer when printing is to be performed from a client PC, a print job error occurs. The [JOB STATUS] button blinks and the following menu is displayed.

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Follow the procedure below to release the error.

Printing by placing sheets of paper on the bypass tray

1 Press the blinking [JOB STATUS] button.

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2 Place the specified size of paper on the bypass tray, and then press the [START] button.

• Printing is performed. Press the [JOB STATUS] button when printing is completed.

Printing by placing appropriate size of sheets in the drawer

1 Press the blinking [JOB STATUS] button.

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2 Press the drawer button whose size you want to change on the touch panel.

• You can select the desired drawer with the paper source selection ( / ) buttons.

3 Place paper in the corresponding drawer.

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4 Press the paper size button corresponding to the one you have placed.

5 Press the [START] button.

• Printing is performed. Press the [JOB STATUS] button when printing is completed.

Printing by selecting a paper size already placed in another drawer

When the specified size of paper is not in the drawer, you can release the error by selecting another size of paper already placed in another drawer, instead of placing the specified size of paper in the drawer. However, a part of the image may not be printed if the size of the paper placed in the drawer is smaller than the specified one.

Press the drawer button whose size you want to use on the touch panel. Then press the [START] button.

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If an error occurs while using the optional printer, optional Fax, optional Internet Fax or optional scan, the error code is displayed in the status of each log. Take an appropriate action with reference to the following.

Fax / Internet Fax

Error code

Fax

0012

0013

0020

0030

0033

0042

Reset

Problem

Original jam

Door open

Power interruption

Polling error

Memory full

What to do

Clear the jammed original.

Firmly close the open door.

Check the power interruption report.

Transmission is cancelled. (The transmission is terminated by the jammed printing paper during the Direct Transmission.)

Check polling options setup (Security code, etc.), and check if the polling document exists.

Make sure that there is sufficient memory before making the call again.

0050

0053

Line busy

Security mismatch in relay or mailbox transmission

Signal error or line condition error

Retry communications.

Confirm the remote party’s security code, system password, and your setup.

00B0 - 00B5

00C0 - 00C4

00D0 - 00D2

00F0, 00F1

00E8

Internet Fax

1C10

HDD error

Retry communications. Frequent failures may indicate a phone line problem. If possible, move the unit to another line and try your communications again.

Retry communications.

1C11

System access abnormality

Insufficient memory

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

When there are running jobs, perform the job in error again after the completion of the running jobs. If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job again.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again.

1C12

1C13

1C14

1C15

1C20

Message reception error

Message transmission error

Invalid parameter

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again.

When a template is used, form the template again. If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job again.

Exceeding file capacity Ask your administrator to change the “Fragment Page Size” setting for the Internet Fax setting, or reduce the number of pages and perform the job again.

System management module access abnormality

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again. If the recovery is still not completed, contact your service representative.

1C21-1C22 Job control module access abnormality

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again. If the recovery is still not completed, contact your service representative.

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Error code

1C30

1C31

1C32

1C33

1C40

1C60

1C61

1C62

1C63

1C64

1C65

1C66

1C69

1C6A

1C6B

1C6C

1C6D

Directory creation failure

Problem

File creation failure

File deletion failure

File access failure

Image conversion abnormality

HDD full failure during processing

What to do

Check if the access privilege to the storage directory is writable.

Check if the server or local disk has a sufficient space in disk capacity.

Check if the access privilege to the storage directory is writable.

Check if the server or local disk has a sufficient space in disk capacity.

Check if the access privilege to the storage directory is writable.

Check if the server or local disk has a sufficient space in disk capacity.

Check if the access privilege to the storage directory is writable.

Check if the server or local disk has a sufficient space in disk capacity.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error again. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Reduce the number of pages of the job in error and perform the job again. Check if the server or local disk has a sufficient space in disk capacity.

Address book reading failure

Memory acquiring failure

Terminal IP address unset

Terminal mail address unset

SMTP server connection error

HOST NAME error

Ask your administrator to set the IP address of the equipment.

Ask your administrator to set the E-mail address of the equipment.

SMTP address unset Ask your administrator to set the SMTP server address.

Server time timeout error

Check if the SMTP server is operating properly.

Ask your administrator to set the login name or password of

SMTP server and perform the job again. Check if the SMTP server is operating properly.

Ask your administrator to check if there is an illegal character in the device name. Delete the illegal character and reset the appropriate device name.

Terminal mail address error

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error again.

Reset the data in the Address book and perform the job again.

If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error again. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Destination mail address error

System error

Ask your administrator to check if there is an illegal character in the E-mail address of the equipment. Delete the illegal character and reset the appropriate E-mail address, then perform the job again.

Check if there is an illegal character in the Destination E-mail address. Delete the illegal character and reset the appropriate

Destination E-mail address, then perform the job again.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

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Error code

1C70

Problem

SMTP client OFF

Check if the SMTP authentication method, login name and password are correct.

What to do

Ask your administrator to enable the SMTP Client and perform the job again.

1C71

1C72

SMTP authentication error

POP Before SMTP error

Check if the settings of POP Before SMTP and POP3 are correct. If the SSL setting is enabled, check if the setting and the port number of SSL correspond to those of the server.

Confirm the “Received Internet Fax Forward” settings.

1C80

1C81

1C82

Internet Fax transmission failure when processing E-mail job received

Onramp Gateway transmission failure

Internet Fax transmission failure when processing Fax job received

Job canceling

Power failure

Confirm the mailbox settings.

Confirm the “Received Fax Forward” setting.

1CC0

1CC1

3A10-3A12 MIME format error

3A20-3A22 E-mail process error

3A30

3A40

3A60-3A62

3B30-3B32

Partial E-mail timeout error

Invalid partial E-mail received

3A50-3A52 HDD full error

HDD full alert

Invalid character set

3B40-3B42 E-mail decode error

3C10-3C13 TIFF analysis error

Job was canceled.

Check if the power cable is connected properly and it is inserted securely. Check if the power voltage is unstable.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail in the MIME1.0 format.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail, or change the Partial Wait time setting.

Ask the sender to resend the partial E-mail in the RFC2046 format.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail by separating it to several

E-mails. If this error occurs because the paper empty occurs and too much waiting jobs are stored in the hard disk, add the paper to activate other jobs.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail by separating it to several

E-mails. If this error occurs because the paper empty occurs and too much waiting jobs are stored in the hard disk, add the paper to activate other jobs.

Ask your administrator to enable the Enable Partial E-mail setting and ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

3A70 Interrupt partial E-mail reception

3A80-3A82 Partial E-mail disabled Ask your administrator to enable the Enable Partial E-mail setting and ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

3B10-3B12 E-mail format error Ask your administrator to enable the Enable Partial E-mail setting and ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

3B20-3B22 Context-type error Ask the sender to resend the E-mail with attached files that are the TIFF format.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail in the ISO-8559-1/2 format.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail with attached files that are the TIFF format.

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Error code Problem

3C20-3C22 TIFF compression error

3C30-3C32 TIFF resolution error

What to do

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail with attached TIFF files in the MH, MR, MMR, or JPEG compression.

Ask the sender to resend the E-mail with attached TIFF files whose resolution is either 200 x 100, 200 x 200, 200 x 400, 300 x 300, or 400 x 400 dpi.

3C40-3C42 TIFF paper size error Ask the sender to resend the E-mail with attached TIFF files that can be printed on the paper available for this equipment.

3C50-3C52 Offramp transmission error

Ask the sender to specify the correct fax numbers and resend the E-mail.

3C60-3C62 Offramp security error Confirm the fax numbers that are specified in the received offramp gateway job and ask the sender to resend the E-mail with correct fax numbers.

3C70 Power failure Confirm the job is recovered or not. If not, ask the sender to resend the E-mail.

3D10

3D20

Destination address error

Exceeding maximum offramp destinations

Ask your administrator whether the DNS and mail server settings are correctly set. If they are correctly set, ask the sender to confirm the destination address is correct.

Ask the sender to specify up to 40 destinations for one offramp gateway job. The equipment cannot perform the offramp gateway transmission for more than 40 destinations.

3D30

3E10

3E20

3E30

3E40

3F00, 3F10,

3F20, 3F30,

3F40

Fax unit is not installed Make sure the Fax unit is installed, or connected correctly.

POP3 server communication error

Ask your administrator that the POP3 server address is correctly set, or the POP3 server works properly. Check if the SSL setting and the port number of SSL correspond to those of the

SSL server.

POP3 server communication timeout

POP3 login error

Ask your administrator that the POP3 server works properly and the LAN cable is connected to the server.

Ask your administrator that the POP3 user name and password is set correctly.

POP3 login type error Ask your administrator if the login types (Auto, POP3, APOP) to the POP3 server are correct.

File I/O error Ask the sender to resend the E-mail. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

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Scan Job

Error code

Remote Scan

2A20

2A40

2A50

2A51

Problem

Failed to acquire resource

System fatal error

Job canceling

Power failure

What to do

Perform the job in error again.

If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Perform the job in error again.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error again.

Job was canceled.

Check if the power cable is connected properly and it is inserted securely. Check if the power voltage is unstable.

Scan to E-mail

2C10, 2C12,

2C13, 2C20-

2C22

Illegal job status

2C11, 2C62 Not enough memory

2C14

2C15

2C30

2C31, 2C33

2C32

2C40

2C61

Failed to convert image file format

Failed to read Address book

A system error has occurred during sending an E-mail. Retry it.

If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Invalid parameter specified

Message size exceeded limit or maximum size

Failed to create directory

Scan job exceeded the limit or maximum size. Send your documents separately.

Make sure you specify the settings correctly and try again.

You are sending too many documents at a time. Send your documents separately.

Failed to create file

Failed to delete file

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and the server or local disk has a sufficient space. Then retry the scan.

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and the server or local disk has a sufficient space. Then retry the scan.

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and the server or local disk has a sufficient space. Then retry the scan.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Retry the job in error. Reset the data in the Address book and retry it. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Ask your administrator to set the IP address.

2C63, 2C64 Invalid domain address

2C65, 2C66,

2C69

Failed to connect to

SMTP server

2C6A

2C6B

Failed to send E-mail message

Invalid address specified in From: field

Make sure the SMTP server is correctly working, or the SMTP server address has been set correctly. Then retry the scan.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Ask your administrator to check if there is an illegal character in the E-mail address of the equipment. Delete the illegal character and reset the appropriate E-mail address, then perform the job again.

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Error code

2C6C

2C6D

2C70

2C71

2C72

2C80

2C81

2CC0

2CC1

Problem

Invalid address specified in To: field

NIC system error

What to do

Check if there is an illegal character in the Destination E-mail address. Delete the illegal character and reset the appropriate

Destination E-mail address, then perform the job again.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the job in error. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

SMTP service is not available

SMTP authentication error

POP Before SMTP error

Failed to process received E-mail job

Failed to process received Fax job

Job canceled

Ask your administrator to enable the SMTP setting.

Check if the SMTP authentication method, login name and password are correct. If the SSL setting is enabled, check if the setting and the port number of SSL correspond to those of the server.

Check if the settings of POP Before SMTP and POP3 are correct.

Ask your administrator to confirm whether the Received Internet

Fax Forward is set.

Ask your administrator to confirm whether the Received Fax

Forward is set.

Job was canceled.

Power failure occurred Make sure that the power cable is connected properly and it is inserted securely. Resend the job.

Save as File

2D10, 2D12,

2D13, 2D20-

2D22

2D11

2D14

2D15

2D30

Illegal job status

Not enough memory for saving the scan job

An internal error occurred

Exceeding maximum file capacity

Failed to create directory

2D31, 2D33

2D32

Failed to create file

Failed to delete file

Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Retry sending. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Wait for a while and retry the job. If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON and retry it.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON, and retry the job. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Divide the file into several files, or retry in a single-page format.

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and also the disk in the directory has enough space, and then retry the job. If more than one job is performed simultaneously, the error may occur because the disk temporarily runs out of space. In this case, wait for a while and retry the job.

If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON, and then retry it.

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and also the disk in the directory has enough space, and then retry the job. If more than one job is performed simultaneously, the error may occur because the disk temporarily runs out of space. In this case, wait for a while and retry the job.

If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON, and then retry it.

Make sure that the access privilege to the storage directory is writable and the server or local disk has a sufficient space. Then retry the scan.

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Error code

2D40

2D60

2D62

Problem

Failed to convert image file format

Failed to copy file

Failed to connect to network destination.

Check destination path.

What to do

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Check destination path.

Make sure that the network path is correct, and retry the scan. If the error still occurs, ask your administrator to confirm whether the IP address or path of the server is correct. Also make sure that the server is operating properly.

Make sure you specify correct network folder and retry the scan.

2D63

2D64

2D65

2D66

2D67

2D68

2DA8

Specified network path is invalid. Check destination path.

Logon to file server failed. Check username and password.

There are too many documents in the folder. Failed in creating new document.

Failed to process your job. Insufficient storage space.

FTP service is not available.

File sharing service is not available.

The HDD is running out of capacity for the shared folder.

Job canceled.

Power failure occurred.

Make sure you specify correct user name and password to logon the file server and retry the scan.

Delete the data in the local storage folder in the equipment and retry the scan.

Delete the data in the local storage folder in the equipment and retry the scan.

Ask your administrator whether the FTP service is configured correctly.

Ask your administrator whether the SMB protocol is enabled.

Delete the unnecessary data in HDD.

2DC0

2DC1

Job was canceled.

Make sure that the power cable is connected properly and it is inserted securely. Resend the job.

Store to e-Filing

2B10 There was no applicable job.

2B11

2B20

2B21

2B30

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Job status failed.

Failed to access file

Message size exceeded limit or maximum size

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

You are sending too many documents at a time.

Send your documents separately.

Insufficient disk space Delete unnecessary documents in e-Filing and try again.

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Error code

2B31

2B32

2B50

2B51

2B90

2BA0

2BB0

2BB1

2BC0

2BC1

2B60

2B70

2B71

2B80

2BA1

2BD0

2BE0 ing image image

Problem

Failed to access e-Fil-

Failed to print e-Filing document

Failed to process

Failed to process print

Insufficient memory

Invalid box password specified

Job canceled.

Power failure occurred.

System fatal error

Failed to acquire resource

The folder was renamed. A folder of the same name already existed.

The document was renamed. A document of the same name already existed.

The storage period of e-Filing documents will expire.

The HDD for storing e-

Filing data is running out of space.

Incorrect paper size

Power failure occurred during restoring.

Failed to obtain the machine parameters.

What to do

Make sure that the specified e-Filing or folder exists. (If not, this error would not occur.). Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Delete the specified e-Filing or folder and reset them. Retry the job in error. If the specified e-Filing or folder cannot be deleted, contact your service representative.

Make sure that the specified document exists. (If not, this error would not occur.).Turn the power OFF and then back ON.

Delete the specified document. If the specified document cannot be deleted, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Make sure that the Function List can be printed out. Retry the print. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the scan. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Make sure that the password is correct and retry the scan, or reset the password and retry the scan. When this error occurs for the print of the data in the e-Filing, perform the print with the administrator’s password. If the recovery is still not completed or in case of invalid password for the operation other than printing (opening the file, etc.), contact your service representative.

Job was canceled by the user.

Make sure that the power cable is connected properly and it is inserted securely.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the print. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Retry the print. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Check the folder to be made.

Check the data to be stored.

Check the storage period.

Delete the unnecessary data in HDD.

This size is not supported by e-Filing. Check the paper size.

Check the power cable.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON to print again.

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Error code

2BF0

2BF1

2BF2

Problem

Reached the maximum number of pages.

Reached the maximum number of documents.

Reached the maximum number of folders.

What to do

Reduce the pages to be inserted, and print them.

Delete unnecessary documents in the box or folder.

Delete unnecessary folders in the box.

Printer

4030

4031

4032

4033

4034

4035

4036

4040

4050

A221

A222

A290

A291

A292

No print enabler/invalid or proof and private printing is disabled.

HDD full for printing e-Filing storing limitation error

Local file storing limitation error

Check if the Printer Kit is connected properly and inserted securely. Or check if the trial period is expired.

Too many jobs of Private print and department code print are stored in HDD.

Private-print-only error Jobs other than Private print cannot be printed. Perform Private printing.

Printing data storing limitation error

Printing with its data being stored to the HDD temporarily (Proof print, Private print, Scheduled print, etc.) cannot be performed.

Perform normal printing.

Printing with its data being stored to the HDD (print and e-Filing, print to e-Filing, etc.) cannot be performed. Perform normal printing.

Network Fax or Internet Fax cannot be sent when “Local” is selected for the destination of the file to save. Select “Remote”

(SMB/FTP) for the destination.

User authentication error

The user performing the printing has not been authenticated or user-registered. Perform user authentication or user registration.

The user has not been assigned the role to perform this operation by the administrator.

Ask your LDAP server administrator about it.

No authority to execute a job

The connection with the LDAP server or its authority setting has something wrong.

Print job cancel

Print Job power interruption

Limit over error

Print job is canceled. Retry the print.

Power failure occurred. Retry the print.

Limit over error

Limit over error

Number of prints has exceeded the one specified with the department code and user code at the same time. Clear the limit counter.

Number of prints has exceeded the one specified with the user code. Clear the limit counter.

Number of prints has exceeded the one specified with the department code. Clear the limit counter.

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RFC related

Error code

2500

2501

2503

2504

2550

2551

2552

2553

Problem

Syntax error, command unrecognized:

HOST NAME error

(RFC: 500), Destination mail address error

(RFC: 500), Terminal mail address error

(RFC: 500)

Syntax error in parameters or arguments:

HOST NAME error

(RFC: 501), Destination mail address error

(RFC: 501), Terminal mail address error

(RFC: 501)

Destination mail address error

(RFC: 503)

HOST NAME error

(RFC: 504)

What to do

Check if the Terminal mail address and Destination mail address are correct.

Check if the mail server is operating properly.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job in error again.

Check if the Terminal mail address and Destination mail address are correct.

Check if the mail server is operating properly.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job in error again.

Check if the mail server is operating properly.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job in error again.

If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Check if the mail server is operating properly.

Turn the power OFF and then back ON, and perform the job in error again.

If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.

Check if the Destination mail address is correct. Check the status of mailbox access restriction, etc. on the mail server.

Destination mail address error

(RFC: 550)

Destination mail address error

(RFC: 551)

Terminal/Destination mail address error

(RFC: 552)

Terminal/Destination mail address error

(RFC: 553)

Check the Destination mail address. Check if the mail server is operating properly.

Check if the Destination mail address is correct. Check the restriction of the capacity in the mailbox of the mail server.

Check if there is an illegal character in the mailbox in the mail server.

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9. BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS

1. Blinking Graphic Symbols ..................................................................................................266

2. Drawer Display on the Touch Panel...................................................................................267

3. Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol .......................................................................................268

4. Replace Toner Bag Symbol ...............................................................................................272

5. Jam Symbols .....................................................................................................................274

6. Call Service Symbol...........................................................................................................295

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1. Blinking Graphic Symbols

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1. Error code

2. Guidance display area

3. Illustration of the equipment

4. Replace toner cartridge symbol ( P.268 “3.Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol”)

5. Replace toner bag symbol ( P.272 “4.Replace Toner Bag Symbol”)

6. Jam symbol ( P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”)

7. Call service symbol ( P.295 “6.Call Service Symbol”)

When one of the graphic symbols 4 to 7 blinks, take the appropriate action referring to the indicated pages.

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2. Drawer Display on the Touch Panel

When the drawer runs out of paper, the drawer display on the touch panel starts blinking. Add paper to the drawer.

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3. Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol

When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the Replace toner cartridge symbol blinks and “Install new toner cartridge” appears.

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Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges. Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations.

Then replace the cartridge in the following procedures.

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Recommendation for original toner

At Océ we strive to provide you with the highest quality images. Please use genuine Océ toner to ensure that you continue to receive quality output that is environmentally safe.

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3.Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol (Cont.)

1 Open the front cover.

2 While pushing on the latch, lower the cartridge holder toward you.

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3 Pull the cartridge out carefully.

• If you cannot pull it straight out, pull it out rotating it clockwise.

If it cannot be pulled out, close the front cover, turn the power OFF and then ON again. When “Install new toner cartridge” appears, start the procedure again from step 1.

Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges. Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations.

4 Tap and shake the new toner cartridge well to loosen the toner inside.

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5 Stand the toner cartridge upright, and pull out the seal in the direction of the arrow.

6 Insert the cartridge completely.

• Match the label (orange) on the equipment with the shutter

(orange) on the toner cartridge, then insert it.

• If the inside of the equipment becomes dirty with toner, clean it before inserting the cartridge.

7 Return the cartridge holder to its original position.

8 Close the front cover.

• “Wait adding toner” appears. The equipment automatically starts supplying toner.

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4. Replace Toner Bag Symbol

When the toner bag becomes full of used toner, the replace toner bag symbol blinks and “Dispose of used toner” appears.

Replace the toner bag following the procedure below.

Never attempt to incinerate toner bags. Dispose of used toner bags in accordance with local regulations.

1 Open the front cover.

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2 Pull the toner bag out carefully.

Never attempt to incinerate toner bags. Dispose of used toner bags in accordance with local regulations.

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3 Put the lid on the toner bag.

4 Set a new toner bag, and then close the front cover.

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5. Jam Symbols

When a paper misfeed occurs in the equipment, the jam symbol blinks in the positions where the paper is misfed. Follow the guidance on the touch panel to remove the misfed paper properly.

• The misfed paper may not be in the correct position as shown in the illustration depending on the timing of the misfeeding.

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1. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) ( P.274)

2. Fuser Unit ( P.281)

3. Automatic Duplexer ( P.279)

4. Bypass tray ( P.279)

5. Drawer feeding area ( P.277)

6. Large Capacity Feeder (optional) ( P.278)

7. Jam releasing cover ( P.280)

8. Bridge Unit (optional) ( P.283)

9. Saddle Stitch Unit of Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) ( P.292)

10. Finisher and Hole Punch Unit (optional: 9286/9286EU, CM4530040) ( P.290)

11. Hanging Finisher (optional) ( P.291)

12. Finisher and Hole Punch Unit (optional: 9249, IM3530010) ( P.284)

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)

1 Raise the lever, and then open the upper cover.

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2 Remove any misfed originals.

3 Turn the dial to remove the misfed original.

4 Open the transport guide.

5 Raise the guide plate under the transport guide, and then remove the original under the guide plate.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

6 Close the transport guide, and then the upper cover.

7 Open the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder.

8 Open the reverse cover, and then remove the original.

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9 Close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder.

10 Raise the lever, and then open the upper cover.

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11 Raise the original feeding tray, and then remove the original under the tray.

12 Lower the original feeding tray.

13 Close the upper cover.

Releasing a paper misfeed in drawer feeding area

1 Open the cover.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

2 Remove any misfed paper.

3 Close the cover.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional)

1 Open the cover of the Large Capacity

Feeder.

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2 Remove any misfed paper.

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To release a paper misfeed in the Paper Feed Pedestal

(optional):

Open the cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal as shown on the right, and remove any misfed paper.

3 Close the cover.

Releasing a paper misfeed on the bypass tray

1 Pull out misfed paper on the bypass tray.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the automatic duplexer

• Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the automatic duplexer. This could injure you.

• Do not touch the metal portion of a guide plate as it could burn you.

1 Make sure that the bypass tray is opened, and then open the automatic duplexer.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

2 Lift the paper guide as indicated by the arrow and remove any misfed paper.

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3 Lower the paper guide and return the automatic duplexer to the original position.

• Be sure to close both sides of the automatic duplexer firmly.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the jam releasing cover

1 Make sure that the bypass tray is opened, and then open the automatic duplexer.

• When you open the automatic duplexer, the jam releasing cover will be opened.

2 Rotate the green knob as indicated by the arrow toward the inside and remove any misfed paper.

3 Return the jam releasing cover, the automatic duplexer and the bypass tray to the original positions.

• Returning the automatic duplexer to the original position will close the jam releasing cover.

• Be sure to close both sides of the automatic duplexer firmly.

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Releasing a paper misfeed in the fuser unit

Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal area around it. Since they are very hot, you could be burned or the shock could cause an injury to your hand.

1 Make sure that the bypass tray, the automatic duplexer and the jam releasing cover are open, and push down the 2 fuser pressure release levers until they come to a stop.

Be sure to perform step 1 without fail.

2 Open the fuser unit cover.

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3 Holding the knob (A), open the transport guide.

(A)

(A)

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

4 Remove any misfed paper inside the fuser unit.

5 Close the transport guide and the fuser unit cover. Push up the fuser pressure release lever to return the jam releasing cover, the automatic duplexer and the bypass tray to the original positions.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Offset Tray Unit or Job Separator Unit

(optional)

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DO NOT touch the fuser unit and the metal area around it. Since they are very hot, you could be burned or the shock could cause an injury to your hand in the equipment.

1 Make sure that the bypass tray, the automatic duplexer and the jam releasing cover are open, and push down the 2 fuser pressure release levers until they come to a stop.

Be sure to perform step 1 without fail.

2 Open the fuser unit cover.

• Remove the misfed paper from the fuser unit side if it is easier.

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3 Open the offset tray cover or job separator cover.

4 Remove any misfed paper inside the offset tray unit or job separator unit.

5 Close the offset tray cover or job separator cover. Close the fuser unit cover and the jam releasing unit cover. Return the automatic duplexer and bypass tray to the original positions.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Bridge Unit (optional)

1 Holding the cover handle of the Bridge

Unit, open the cover.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

2 Remove any misfed paper that is inside the Bridge Unit.

• Remove the misfed paper from the fuser unit side if it is easier.

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3 Close the Bridge unit cover.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Finisher and the Hole Punch Unit

(optional: 9249/IM3530010)

A paper misfeed at the upper tray

1 Raise the lever, and then open the upper tray.

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2 Remove any misfed paper.

3 Holding the cover handle of the Bridge

Unit, open the cover.

• When the Hole Punch Unit (optional: IM3530010) is installed, proceed to step 5.

4 Remove any misfed paper.

• Proceed to step 8.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

When installing the Hole Punch Unit (optional: IM3530010)

5 Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

6 Turn the knob counterclockwise to remove any misfed paper.

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7 Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

8 Close the cover of the Bridge Unit.

9 Close the upper tray.

• Place both hands at the shaded area of the upper tray, and then push and close the upper tray until it locks.

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• The upper tray can be closed by pressing the right side of the latch.

A paper misfeed at the lower tray

1 Raise the lever, and then open the upper tray.

2 Remove any misfed paper.

3 Lower the shutter of the paper exit.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

4 Remove any misfed paper.

5 Holding the cover handle of the Bridge

Unit, open the cover.

• When the Hole Punch Unit (optional: IM3530010) is installed, proceed to step 7.

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6 Remove any misfed paper.

• Proceed to step 10.

When installing the Hole Punch Unit (optional: IM3530010)

7 Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

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8 Turn the knob counterclockwise to remove any misfed paper.

9 Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

10 Close the cover of the Bridge Unit.

11 Close the upper tray.

• Place both hands at the shaded area of the upper tray, and then push and close the upper tray until it locks.

• The upper tray can be closed by pressing the right side of the latch.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Finisher and the Hole Punch Unit

(optional: 9286/9286EU, CM4530040)

1 Hold up the guide and remove any misfed paper in the paper exit area.

• When the Hole Punch Unit (optional: CM4530040) is installed, proceed to step 2. If not installed, proceed to step 6.

2 Open the front cover of the Hole Punch

Unit.

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3 Turn the green knob to locate the triangle mark within the area indicated on the label.

• Under this condition, the punchers are up.

4 Raise the Hole Punch Unit, and remove any misfed paper.

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5 Return the Hole Punch Unit to the original position and close the front cover.

6 Open the upper cover of the Finisher until it locks.

7 Remove any misfed paper.

8 Close the upper cover.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Hanging Finisher (optional: 9284)

1 Pull the lever and move the finisher carefully away from the equipment.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

2 Lift the green lever and remove any misfed paper.

3 Remove any misfed paper in the paper exit area.

4 Install the finisher to the equipment.

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Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the finisher (optional). This could injure you.

Releasing a paper misfeed in the Saddle Stitch Unit (optional)

1 Open the front cover of the Saddle Stitch

Finisher.

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2 Slide the green handle toward the right and remove the misfed paper.

3 Move the green handle to the right-hand side.

4 Remove any misfed paper and return the handle to its original position.

5 Turn the right-hand knob counterclockwise.

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5.Jam Symbols (Cont.)

6 Turn the left-hand knob clockwise while you are pushing it.

7 Remove any misfed paper on the exit side of the Saddle Stitch Unit.

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8 Raise the lever and open the exit cover of the Saddle Stitch Unit.

9 Remove any misfed paper.

10 Close the exit cover and the front cover.

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6. Call Service Symbol

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1. Call service symbol

2. Error code

Never attempt to repair, disassemble or modify the equipment by yourself. You could cause a fire or get an electric shock.

Always contact your service representative for maintenance or repair of the internal parts of the equipment.

When the call service symbol blinks and “Misfeed in copier Press HELP” appears, output is no longer possible. Contact your service representative with the information of the displayed error code.

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10. WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS

1. “Check staple cartridge” .....................................................................................................298

2. “Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit”..............................................................304

3. “Examine stapler”..................................................................................................................306

4. “READY (CHECK STAPLER)” ...........................................................................................312

5. “Examine stapler in the Saddle Stitch Unit”........................................................................313

6. “READY (CHECK SADDLE STITCH STAPLER)”..............................................................316

7. “READY (HOLE PUNCH DUST BIN IS FULL)” .................................................................317

8. “POWER FAILURE” ...........................................................................................................319

9. “Time for periodic maintenance” ........................................................................................320

10.“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N” ..................................................321

11.“Reboot the machine” ........................................................................................................328

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1. “Check staple cartridge”

This message will be shown only if the finisher (optional) is installed. When the staples in the stapler of the finisher run out, this message appears.

Add staples to the cartridge according to the following procedure.

Finisher (optional: 9286/9286EU)

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

<9286>

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2 Take off the staple cartridge.

3 Take the empty staple case out of the staple cartridge.

4 Remove the seal bundling the staples.

• Be careful that the staples are not misaligned.

5 Install a new staple case into the staple cartridge.

• Insert the new case into the cartridge until you hear a click sound.

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1.“Check staple cartridge” (Cont.)

6 Install the staple cartridge onto the stapler.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

7 Close the front cover of finisher.

If “Check staple cartridge” remains, repeat the above procedure from steps 1 to 7.

Hanging Finisher (optional: 9284)

1 Pull the lever and move the finisher away carefully from the equipment.

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2 Take off the staple cartridge.

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3 Take the empty staple case out of the staple cartridge.

4 Install a new staple case into the staple cartridge.

• Insert the new case into the cartridge until you hear a click sound.

• Do not remove the seal bundling the staples until the new staple case is installed into the cartridge.

5 Remove the seal bundling the staples and then pull out the seal straight upward.

6 Install the staple cartridge into the stapler.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

If “Check staple cartridge” remains, repeat the above procedure from steps 1 to 6.

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1.“Check staple cartridge” (Cont.)

7 Install the finisher to the equipment.

Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the finisher (optional). This could injure you.

Finisher (optional: 9249)

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

2 Take off the staple cartridge.

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3 Take the empty staple case out of the staple cartridge.

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4 Install a new staple case into the staple cartridge.

• Insert the new case into the cartridge until you hear a click sound.

5 Install the staple cartridge onto the stapler.

• When installing the staple cartridge, hold the mint-green color label portion of the bracket securely so that it will not move.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

6 Close the front cover of finisher.

If “Check staple cartridge” remains, repeat the above procedure from steps 1 to 6.

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2. “Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit”

This message will be shown only if the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional: 9286) is installed. When the staples in the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Finisher run out, this message appears.

Replace the staple cartridge according to the following procedure.

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

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2 Slide the Saddle Stitch Unit carefully toward the front.

3 Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it.

Then turn the stapler clockwise for about

60 degrees.

• The stapler will be locked and will not be turned any further when it becomes almost horizontal.

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4 Take off the empty staple cartridge, and then install a new one.

• Replace both cartridges at a time.

5 Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it.

Then lower the stapler to its original position.

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6 Insert the Saddle Stitch Unit into the finisher carefully.

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7 Close the front cover of the finisher.

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3. “Examine stapler”

This message appears when the staples in the finisher (optional) are jammed. To remove them, follow the procedure below.

Finisher (optional: 9286/9286EU)

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

<9286>

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<9286EU>

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2 Take off the staple cartridge.

3 Lower the guide while holding the knob.

A: Stapling area

Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you.

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4 Remove any jammed staples.

5 Hold the knob and raise the guide, and then return the guide to its original position.

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3.“Examine stapler” (Cont.)

6 Install the staple cartridge into the stapler.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

7 Close the front cover of the finisher.

Hanging Finisher (optional: 9284)

1 Pull the lever and move the finisher away carefully from the equipment.

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2 Take off the staple cartridge.

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3 Lower the guide while holding the knob.

A: Stapling area

Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you.

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4 Remove any jammed staples.

5 Hold the knob and raise the guide, and then return the guide to its original position.

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6 Install the staple cartridge into the stapler.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

7 Install the finisher to the equipment.

Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the finisher (optional). This could injure you.

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3.“Examine stapler” (Cont.)

Finisher (optional: 9249)

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

2 Take off the staple cartridge.

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3 Lower the guide while holding the knob.

A: Stapling area

Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you.

4 Remove any jammed staples.

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5 Hold the knob and raise the guide, and then return the guide to its original position.

6 Install the staple cartridge into the stapler.

• When installing the staple cartridge, hold the mint-green color label portion of the bracket securely so that it will not move.

• Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound.

7 Close the front cover of the finisher.

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4. “READY (CHECK STAPLER)”

This message will be shown only when the finisher (optional) is installed. It appears when the staples in the stapler of the finisher run out or when the staples in the finisher are jammed.

Clear the error according to the procedure in P.298 “1.“Check staple cartridge”” or P.306 “3.“Examine stapler””.

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5. “Examine stapler in the Saddle Stitch Unit”

This message appears when the staples in the Saddle Stitch Unit (optional) of the Saddle Stitch Finisher

(optional: 9286) are jammed. To remove them, follow the procedure below.

1 Open the front cover of the finisher.

2 Slide the Saddle Stitch Unit carefully toward the front.

3 Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it.

Then turn the stapler clockwise for about

60 degrees.

• The stapler will be locked and will not be turned any further when it becomes almost horizontal.

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5.“Examine stapler in the Saddle Stitch Unit” (Cont.)

4 Take off the staple cartridge.

5 While pushing the lever (1) downward, pull up the shutter with the knob (2).

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6 Remove any jammed staples.

A: Stapling area

Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you.

A

7 Push the knob (2) to return it to its original position.

• Confirm if the lever (1) is latched onto the shutter.

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8 Install the staple cartridge.

9 Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it.

Then return the stapler to its original position.

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10 Insert the Saddle Stitch Unit into the finisher carefully.

11 Check the following 2 items before test stapling.

• Check if the finisher is securely installed on the equipment.

• Check if any of LD or LT-R paper is set in the drawer.

12 Close the front cover of the finisher.

• Test stapling is automatically performed.

Test stapling will not be performed if the conditions mentioned in step 11 are not met. Be sure to check the items mentioned in step 11 and open the front cover of the finisher and then close it again before performing test stapling. Test stapling is necessary to prevent void stapling.

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6. “READY (CHECK SADDLE STITCH STAPLER)”

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This message will be shown only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional: 9286) is installed. It appears when the staples in the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Finisher run out or when the staples in the Saddle

Stitch Finisher are jammed.

Remove the jammed staples according to the procedure in P.313 “5.“Examine stapler in the Saddle

Stitch Unit””.

If the staples run out, follow the procedure below as well as the procedure in P.304 “2.“Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit””.

1 Follow steps 1 to 6 of P.304 “2.“Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit””.

• Do not close the front cover of the Saddle Stitch Finisher.

2 Check the following 2 items to perform test stapling.

• Whether the Saddle Stitch Finisher is securely installed in the equipment.

• Whether any LD or LT-R paper is set in the equipment.

3 Close the front cover of the Saddle Stitch Finisher.

• Test stapling is automatically performed.

If the front cover of the Saddle Stitch Finisher is closed without satisfying the condition of step 2, test stapling is not performed. Test stapling is necessary to prevent void stapling. After satisfying the condition of step 2 and opening/closing the front cover of the Saddle Stitch Finisher again, be sure to perform the test stapling.

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7. “READY (HOLE PUNCH DUST BIN IS FULL)”

This message appears when the hole punch dustbin in the Hole Punch Unit (optional) becomes full.

To dispose of the paper bits, follow the procedure below.

Hole Punch Unit (optional: CM4530040)

1 Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

2 Pull out the hole punch dustbin.

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3 Dispose of the punched paper bits.

4 Attach the hole punch dustbin.

5 Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

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7.“READY (HOLE PUNCH DUST BIN IS FULL)” (Cont.)

Hole Punch Unit (optional: IM3530010)

1 Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

2 Pull out the hole punch dustbin.

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3 Dispose of the punched paper bits.

4 Attach the hole punch dustbin.

5 Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.

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8. “POWER FAILURE”

This message appears when a job is interrupted due to a power failure, etc. The print or Fax job in progress at the time of a power failure may not be completed. Confirm the job status by pressing the [JOB

STATUS] button. To clear this message, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button twice.

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9. “Time for periodic maintenance”

This message appears when assistance from a qualified service technician is required. Contact your service representative.

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10. “Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N”

This message appears when the size of the paper actually placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray differs from the one registered in the equipment for the corresponding drawer or the bypass tray. There are 5 messages of this type as shown below.

“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer 1”

“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer 2”

“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer 3”

(Only when the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) is installed)

“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer 4”

(Only when the Paper Feed Pedestal and the Additional Drawer Module (optional) are installed)

“Check paper size setting on control panel for Bypass”

In case that a paper misfeed occurs and one of the above messages consequently appears, another paper misfeed will occur if you just remove the jammed paper. Instead, be sure to follow the procedure below.

• Make a note of the position of the jammed paper and the number of the drawer displayed in the message in advance because guidance for removing the jammed paper is not displayed while you are working on the procedure.

This countermeasure differs depending on when the paper misfeeding has occurred – during copying or during printing from the Fax or the Printer.

During copying (using a drawer)

1 Turn the power of the equipment OFF.

• You cannot shut down the equipment.

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2 Remove the jammed paper.

P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”

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10.“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N” (Cont.)

3 Pull out the drawer mentioned in the message. Then remove all the paper in it.

4 Close the drawer and then turn the power

ON.

5 Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.

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6 Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to display the USER menu, and then press the [DRAWER] button.

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7 Press the drawer button corresponding to the one mentioned in the message on the touch panel.

8 Press the paper size button corresponding to the one placed in the drawer.

P.43 “4.Setting Copy Paper”

9 Place the removed paper and the original, and then try to copy again.

When “POWER FAILURE” appears, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button twice to clear the message. See P.319 “8.“POWER FAILURE”” for details.

During copying (using the bypass tray)

1 Turn the power of the equipment OFF.

• You cannot shut down the equipment.

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2 Remove the jammed paper.

P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”

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10.“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N” (Cont.)

3 Remove all the paper from the bypass tray.

4 Turn the power ON.

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5 Place paper on the bypass tray and select the paper size.

P.71 “3.Bypass Copying”

6 Place the original and try to copy again.

When “POWER FAILURE” appears, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button twice to clear the message. See P.319 “8.“POWER FAILURE”” for details.

During printing from the FAX or Printer (using a drawer)

1 Turn the power of the equipment OFF.

• You cannot shut down the equipment.

2 Remove the jammed paper.

P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”

324 10.WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS

3 Pull out the drawer mentioned in the message. Then remove all the paper in it.

4 Close the drawer and then turn the power

ON.

5 See the size indication on the touch panel to check the paper size registered for the drawer mentioned in the message.

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6 Place the paper, whose size is same as the one you have checked at step 5, in the drawer mentioned in the message.

P.43 “4.Setting Copy Paper”

7 The job is resumed.

• If you change the paper size again after the completion of the job, check that the paper size placed in the drawer is the same as the one registered in the equipment for the corresponding drawer.

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10.“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N” (Cont.)

During printing from the Printer (using the bypass tray)

• Paper will not be fed out of the bypass tray during a FAX reception.

1 Turn the power of the equipment OFF.

• You cannot shut down the equipment.

2 Remove the jammed paper.

P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”

3 Remove all the paper from the bypass tray.

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4 Turn the power ON.

326 10.WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS

5 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel.

6 Place the paper of the size corresponding to the one shown next to the message “Place Paper in the Bypass tray:” on the bypass tray.

7 Press the [START] button.

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327

10

11. “Reboot the machine”

This message appears when the equipment cannot be operated normally because an error occurs but it may be released by rebooting the equipment. Since the equipment cannot be shut down with the control panel, reboot it with the power switch.

328 10.WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS

11. MAINTENANCE

1. Daily Inspection..................................................................................................................330

2. Simple Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................331

11

329

1. Daily Inspection

We recommend you to clean the following items weekly, so that the originals can be scanned in unsoiled conditions.

Be careful not to scratch the parts that you are cleaning.

2

3

4

1

1. Scanning area

Clean the surface with a dry soft cloth or a cloth lightly moistened with water.

Do not use solvents such as alcohol.

2. Original glass

3. Guide

4. Platen sheet

Clean the surface as follows depending on the staining.

• Clean it with a soft cloth.

• Clean it with a soft cloth lightly moistened with water.

• Clean it with a soft cloth lightly moistened with alcohol, and then wipe it with a dry cloth.

• Clean it with a soft cloth lightly moistened with watered-down neutral detergent, and then wipe it with a dry cloth.

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• Do not use solvents such as thinner or benzine when cleaning the surface of the equipment. This could warp the shape of the surface or leave it discolored.

• When using a chemical cleaning pad to clean it, follow the instructions.

330 11.MAINTENANCE

2. Simple Troubleshooting

Check the following items and, if the problem still occurs, call your service representative for assistance.

Equipment does not start

Item to be checked Countermeasure

Is the power cord plug securely inserted in the outlet?

Insert the power cord plug until it comes to a stop.

Is the front cover firmly closed?

Close the cover properly.

Reference page

-

P.20 “1.Description of Each

Component”

Paper jamming occurs frequently

Item to be checked

Does the message: “Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N (Bypass)” appear?

Does the paper placed exceed the line indicated inside of the side guide?

Is the space between the side guide of the drawer or the bypass tray and the paper too narrow/wide?

Has all of the jammed paper removed?

Countermeasure

Match the size of the paper placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray and the one registered to the equipment.

Remove some of the sheets of paper and place them with the paper height not exceeding the line indicated.

Keep an appropriate space between the side guide and paper, and then place paper straight along the side guide.

Since the jammed paper may not be easily found, follow the guidance shown on the touch panel.

Reference page

P.321 “10.“Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer

N””

P.46 “Placing paper in the drawer”

P.46 “Placing paper in the drawer”

P.274 “5.Jam Symbols”

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331

2.Simple Troubleshooting (Cont.)

Display does not change when buttons or icons are pressed

Item to be checked

Is the equipment in the energy saving mode (Automatic energy saving mode)?

Is the power OFF because the weekly timer functions?

When the use of the equipment is managed under department management, is the correct code entered?

When the use of the equipment is managed under user management, is the correct information entered?

Is the “Warming up” message displayed?

Countermeasure

Press the [ENERGY SAVER] or

[START] button on the control panel to clear the mode. (It takes a while for the equipment to become ready.)

Press the [START] button to return the power ON.

Key in the correct department code.

Enter the user information correctly.

Wait until the equipment becomes ready.

Reference page

P.41 “3.Energy Saving Mode”

See the [User Function Guide]

P.33 “When department or user management is used”

P.33 “When department or user management is used”

P.32 “Turning power on”

Functions cannot be set

Item to be checked

Are there functions that cannot be combined set together?

Countermeasure

See the copying function combination and image quality adjustment combination matrices, and then set them again.

Reference page

P.347 “4.Copying Function

Combination Matrix”

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Image density is too low

Item to be checked

Is the message to replace the toner cartridge displayed on the touch panel?

Is the level of the image density set suitably?

Countermeasure

Replace the toner cartridge.

Use the manual density buttons or the background adjustment function to adjust the image density properly.

Reference page

P.268 “3.Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol”

P.119 “6.Copy Density Adjustment”, P.122 “1.Background

Adjustment”

332 11.MAINTENANCE

Image density is too high

Item to be checked

Is the level of the image density set suitably?

Countermeasure

Use the manual density buttons or the background adjustment function to adjust the image density properly.

Reference page

P.119 “6.Copy Density Adjustment”, P.122 “1.Background

Adjustment”

Images are stained

Item to be checked

Is the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) securely closed?

Are the platen sheet, Original

Cover and scanning area dirty?

Is the image density set properly?

Countermeasure

Close the cover or feeder properly to shut out any outer light.

Clean them up.

Are 2-sided originals used?

Are originals with high transparency used?

Adjust the image density properly with the [AUTO] button or manual density buttons.

As the other side of the originals can be seen, adjust the image density properly (lighter) with the background adjustment function.

Place a blank sheet of paper with originals of the same size or larger over the original.

Reference page

P.56 “1.Setting Originals”

P.330 “1.Daily Inspection”

P.119 “6.Copy Density Adjustment”

P.122 “1.Background Adjustment”

P.58 “Sheet originals”

Images are blurred

Item to be checked

Does the entire original lie properly on the surface of the glass?

Is the paper moist?

Countermeasure

Place the original on the glass, and then close the Reversing

Automatic Document Feeder

(optional) firmly.

Replace it with new paper.

Reference page

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333

2.Simple Troubleshooting (Cont.)

Copy images are partially missing

Item to be checked

Are the original size, direction and the reproduction ratio suitable for the paper size?

Is the margin on the copy set properly?

Countermeasure

Select copy paper of the same size as the original, or set the reproduction ratio suitable for the paper size.

Adjust the image shift value.

Reference page

P.84 “Automatic Paper Selection (APS)”, P.89 “2.Enlargement and Reduction Copying”

P.126 “1.IMAGE SHIFT”

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334 11.MAINTENANCE

12. SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

1. im3530/im4530 Specifications ...........................................................................................336

2. Specifications of Options....................................................................................................339

3. Packing List........................................................................................................................346

4. Copying Function Combination Matrix ...............................................................................347

• Combination Matrix 1/2 ...................................................................................................................347

• Combination Matrix 2/2 ...................................................................................................................348

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335

1. im3530/im4530 Specifications

Model Name

Type

Original Glass

Printing (Copying) System

Developing System

Fixing Method

Photosensor Type

Original Scanning System

Original Scanning Sensor

Scanning Light Source

Resolution Scanning

Writing

Acceptable Originals

Acceptable Original Size

Acceptable Copy

Paper Size

Drawer

Bypass

Acceptable Copy

Paper Weight

Drawer

Bypass

Warm-up Time

First Copy Time

Continuous Copy Speed

Multiple Copying

Excluded Image

Width

Copy

Printer

Reproduction Ratio

12

Paper Supply Drawer

Bypass

Toner Density Adjustment

Exposure Control

Environment (for normal use)

Power Requirements

Power Consumption

Dimensions (equipment only)

Weight

336 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS im3530/im4530

Desktop type

Fixed

Indirect electrophotographic method

2-component magnetic brush developing

Induction heating

OPC

Flat surface scanning system

(When the reversing automatic document feeder is installed: Fixed scanning system by feeding the original)

Linear CCD sensor

Xenon lamp

600 dpi x 600 dpi

2,400 dpi x 600 dpi (Smoothing process)

Sheets, books and 3-dimensional objects

Max. LD

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13” LG, 8.5” SQ, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-

R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

Paper size within 3.9”-11.7” (Length), 5.8”-17” (Width)

17 lb.-28 lb. Bond

17 lb.-55 lb. Bond (for continuous feed)

13 lb.-55 lb. Bond or 13 lb. Bond-110 lb. Index (for single feed)

Approx. 20 seconds*

Approx. 3.9 seconds*

See “Continuous Copying Speed”.

Up to 999 copies (digital key entry)

Leading edge: 0.12"±0.08", Trailing edge: 0.08"±0.08",

Both edge: 0.08"±0.08"

Leading edge: 0.20"±0.08", Trailing edge: 0.20"±0.08",

Both edge: 0.20"±0.08"

Actual size: 100±0.5%

Zoom: 25-400% (in 1% increments)

For the reversing document feeder 25-200% (in 1% increments)

550 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

100 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Magnetic auto-toner system

Automatic plus manual selection from 11 exposure step

Temperature: 10 - 30 ºC, Humidity: 20 - 80% (No Condensation)

AC 115 V±10%, 12 A (50/60 Hz)

1.5 kW or less (including optional equipments)

25.98" (W) x 29.84" (D) x 29.09" (H)

Approx. 183.0 lb. (equipment including developer and drum)

Space Occupied (equipment only) 40.47" (W) x 33.82" (D)

Storage Capacity Max. 1000 sheets or until the memory is full (Océ’s own chart)

* This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment.

Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.

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337

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1.im3530/im4530 Specifications (Cont.)

Continuous copying speed

Unit: sheets/min.

Paper type

Plain paper

Thick 1

Thick 2

Thick 3

Paper size Feeder

LT, A4, B5 Drawer

Bypass

LT-R, ST-R, A4-R, A5-R, B5-R Drawer

LG, COMP, B4, FOLIO

Bypass

Drawer

Bypass

LD, A3

LT, A4, B5

Drawer

Bypass

Drawer

Bypass

LT-R, ST-R, A4-R, A5-R, B5-R Drawer

LG, COMP, B4, FOLIO

Bypass

Drawer

Bypass

LD, A3 Drawer

Bypass

LT, A4, B5 Bypass

LT-R, ST-R, A4-R, A5-R, B5-R Bypass

LG, COMP, B4, FOLIO Bypass

LD, A3

LT, A4, B5

Bypass

Bypass

LT-R, ST-R, A4-R, A5-R, B5-R Bypass

LG, COMP, B4, FOLIO Bypass

LD, A3 Bypass im3530

35

35

25

25

21

21

18

18

30

30

23

23

19

19

16

16

25

18

15

13

20

14

11

10 im4530

• The bypass copying speed is as listed above when specifying the paper size.

• The values above are measured when originals are set on the original glass, 1-sided, 100% and nonsort multiple copies are made.

• This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment.

• Océ-recommended paper is used for the values of this specification above.

23

19

19

21

21

30

30

23

28

24

24

45

40

28

13

20

14

11

10

16

16

25

18

15

338 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

2. Specifications of Options

Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

Model name

Copy sides

Number of originals (LT)

Feeding speed

Acceptable originals

Paper weight

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

Power consumption

9239

1-side, Duplex

100 originals (9.3 - 20 lb. Bond) or 0.63" or less in height (more than

20 lb. Bond)

4.13 - 16.54"

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,

FOLIO (ST and A5 size are not acceptable.)

1-sided original: 9.3 - 41.8 lb., 2-sided original: 13.3 - 41.8 lb.

Power supplied from the equipment

23.6" (W) x 20.6" (D) x 5.3" (H)

Approx. 27.6 lb.

49.5 W max.

Large Capacity Feeder

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Paper weight

Maximum capacity

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

9283

LT

17 - 28 lb. Bond

2500 sheets (22 lb. Bond) (Height: approx. 5.4" x 2)

5 V, 24 V (supplied from the copier)

24.5" (W) x 25.9" (D) x 12.1" (H) (incl. Stabilizer)

Approx. 59.5 lb.

Paper Feed Pedestal (1 drawer type)

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Paper weight

Maximum capacity

Dimensions

Weight

9281

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,

FOLIO (ST, A5 and non-standard size are not acceptable.)

17 - 28 lb. Bond

550 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

24.5" (W) x 26.6" (D) x 12.6" (H)

Approx. 47.4 lb.

Additional Drawer Module

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Paper weight

Maximum capacity

Weight

9282

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,

FOLIO (ST, A5 and non-standard size are not acceptable.)

17 - 28 lb. Bond

550 sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Approx. 8.38 lb.

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339

2.Specifications of Options (Cont.)

Saddle Stitch Finisher (9286)

Model name

Type

9286

Floor type (Console type)

Acceptable paper size LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

Acceptable paper weight 17 lb. Bond - 110 lb. Index

Number of copies stapled at a time

(Including 2 covers

(17 lb. Bond - 110 lb.

Index))

Stapling position

Stitching capacity

(Including 2 covers

(17 lb. Bond - 110 lb.

Index))

Power source

Dimensions

Paper size

LT, ST-R, A4, A5-R, B5

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3,

A4-R, B4, B5-R, FOLIO

Front, Rear, Double

Paper size

LD, LT-R, A3, A4-R, B4

Supplied from the equipment

20 lb. Bond

50 sheets

30 sheets

20 lb. Bond

15 sheets

25.55" (30") (W) x 25.87" (D) x 42.76" (H)

24 lb. Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

24 lb. Bond

10 sheets

28 lb. Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

28 lb. Bond

10 sheets

Weight

Power consumption

Approx. 154.3 lb.

170 W max.

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Tray loading capacity of Saddle Stitch Finisher (9286)

(9286 with mixed paper not loaded)

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Mode

Tray No.

LT, ST-R, A4, A5-R,

B5

LD, LG, LT-R,

COMP, A3, A4-R,

B4, B5-R, FOLIO

1

Non-Sort

5.78"

(1000)

2.89"

(500)

2

Sort/Group

1

5.78"

(1000)

2.89"

(500)

2 1

Stapled

Whichever of 5.78",

1000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

2

Whichever of 5.78",

1000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

• Sort/Group/Staple is not available with ST-R, A5-R, B5-R.

• See P.105 “Available conditions for saddle stitching” for tray loading capacity of saddle stitch tray.

(9286 with mixed paper loaded)

Mode

Tray No.

LD and LT

LG and LT-R

FOLIO and A4-R

A3 and A4

B4 and B5

1

Non-Sort

2.89"

(500)

2

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Sort/Group

1

2.89"

(500)

2

Stapled

1

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

2

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

340 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

Finisher (Type A) (9286EU)

Model name

Type

9286EU

Floor type (Console type)

Acceptable paper size LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

Acceptable paper weight 17 lb. Bond - 110 lb. Index

Number of copies stapled at a time

(Including 2 covers

(17 lb. Bond - 110 lb.

Index))

Stapling position

Power source

Paper size

LT, ST-R, A4, A5-R, B5

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3,

A4-R, B4, B5-R, FOLIO

Front, Rear, Double

Supplied from the equipment

20 lb. Bond

50 sheets

30 sheets

24 lb. Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

28 lb. Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

Dimensions

Weight

Power consumption

21.1" (25.5") (W) x 25.87" (D) x 42.76" (H)

Approx. 86 lb.

70 W max.

Tray loading capacity of Finisher (Type A) (9286EU)

(9286EU with mixed paper not loaded)

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Mode

Tray No.

LT, ST-R, A4, A5-R,

B5

LD, LG, LT-R,

COMP, A3, A4-R,

B4, B5-R, FOLIO

1

Non-Sort

5.78"

(1000)

2.89"

(500)

2

Sort/Group

1

5.78"

(1000)

2.89"

(500)

2 1

Stapled

Whichever of 5.78",

1000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

2

Whichever of 5.78",

1000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

• Sort/Group/Staple is not available with ST-R, A5-R, B5-R.

(9286EU with mixed paper loaded)

Mode

Tray No.

LD and LT

LG and LT-R

FOLIO and A4-R

A3 and A4

B4 and B5

1

Non-Sort

2.89"

(500)

2

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Sort/Group

1 2

2.89"

(500)

1

Stapled

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

2

Whichever of 2.89",

500 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

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341

2.Specifications of Options (Cont.)

Hanging Finisher (9284)

Model name

Type

Acceptable paper size

Acceptable paper weight

Number of copies stapled at a time

(Acceptable weight for staple:

17 - 20 lb. Bond)

Stapling position

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

Power consumption

9284

Hanging-type

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, A5-R, FOLIO

17 lb. Bond - 110 lb. Index

LT, LT-R, A4, A4-R, B5

LG, B4

LD, COMP, A3, FOLIO

30 sheets

20 sheets

15 sheets

Rear

Supplied from the copier

17.76" (W) x 21.22" (D) x 23.23" (H)

Approx. 37.5 lb.

40 W max.

Tray loading capacity of Hanging Finisher (9284)

(9284 with mixed paper not loaded)

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Stapled Mode

Tray No.

ST-R, A5-R, B5-R

LT, LT-R, A4,

A4-R, B5

Non-Sort

1

1.18"

(200)

1.18"

(200)

2

3.89"

(700)

3.89"

(700)

Sort/Group

1

-

2

-

1.18"

(200)

3.89"

(700)

1

-

2

-

LG, B4

LD, COMP, A3,

FOLIO

0.78"

(140)

0.59"

(100)

2.75"

(490)

1.92"

(350)

0.78"

(140)

0.59"

(100)

2.75"

(490)

1.92"

(350)

Whichever of 170 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 110 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 80 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 600 sheets or 50 sets is reached first

Whichever of 400 sheets or 50 sets is reached first

Whichever of 300 sheets or 50 sets is reached first

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(9284 with mixed paper loaded)

Mode

Tray No.

Combination of different width paper

LD and LT

Non-Sort

1 2

0.59"

(100)

1.92"

(350)

0.59"

(100)

1.92"

(350)

LG and LT-R

A3 and A4

B4 and B5

0.59"

(100)

0.59"

(100)

0.59"

(100)

1.92"

(350)

1.92"

(350)

1.92"

(350)

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Stapled Sort/Group

1 2

-

1

-

2

-

0.59"

(100)

0.59"

(100)

0.59"

(100)

0.59"

(100)

1.92"

(350)

1.92"

(350)

1.92"

(350)

1.92"

(350)

Whichever of 100 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 100 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 100 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 100 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 350 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 350 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 350 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

Whichever of 350 sheets or 15 sets is reached first

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Finisher (Type B) (9249)

Model name

Type

9249

Floor type (Console type)

Acceptable paper size LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

Acceptable paper weight 17 lb. Bond - 110 lb. Index

Number of copies stapled at a time

(Including 2 covers

(17 lb. Bond to 110 lb.

Index))

Paper size

LT, A4, B5, 8.5”SQ, 16K

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, 13LG,

8K, A3, A4-R, B4, FOLIO

17-20 lb.

Bond

50 sheets

30 sheets

21-24 lb.

Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

25-28 lb.

Bond

30 sheets

15 sheets

Stapling position

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

Power consumption

Front, Rear

Supplied from the equipment

21.4” (W) x 23.92” (D) x 43.68” (H)

Approx. 74.8 lb.

70 W max.

Finisher (Type B) (9249)

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4-R, B4, B5-R,

FOLIO, 13LG, 8K, 16K-R

Unit: inch (with allowable error of ±0.276")

Values in parentheses: Number of sheets (20 lb. Bond)

Upper Tray

9249 with mixed paper not loaded

Mode

LT, ST-R, A4, B5, A5-R, 8.5”SQ, 16K

Non-Sort

1.45"

(250)

0.72"

(125)

Lower Tray

Mode

LT, A4, B5

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP,

A3, A4-R, B4, FOLIO

9249 with mixed paper not loaded

Non-Sort

11.76”

(2000)

5.88”

(1000)

Sort/Group

11.76”

(2000)

5.88”

(1000)

Stapled

Whichever of 11.76”, 2000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Whichever of 5.88”, 1000 sheets or 30 sets is reached first

Job Separator

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Acceptable paper weight

Loading Capacity

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

IM2300030

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13” LG, 8.5” SQ

Upper stacker: 17 lb. to 28 lb.

Lower stacker: 13 lb. to 55 lb. (110 lb. Index type)

Upper stacker: 0.98” (150 sheets)

Lower stacker: 1.57” (250 sheets)

*1

Supplied from the Multifunctional Digital System

19.6” (W) x 16.3” (D) x 6.0” (H)

Approx. 7.3 lb.

*1. Values in parentheses is the number of 20 lb. Bond sheets.

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343

2.Specifications of Options (Cont.)

12

Offset Tray

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Acceptable paper weight

Loading Capacity

Shift Amount

Power source

Dimensions

Weight

IM2300040

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST, ST-R

13 lb. to 55 lb. (110 lb. Index type)

1.54” (250 sheets)

*1

Approx. 1.2”

Supplied from the Multifunctional Digital System

19.7” (W) x 16.3” (D) x 6.7” (H)

Approx. 7.7 lb.

*1. Values in parentheses is the number of 20 lb. Bond sheets.

Hole Punch Unit (CM4530040)

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Acceptable paper weight

Dimensions

Weight

CM4530040

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

17 lb. Bond - 110 lb. Index

(OHP film and specially treated paper are not available.)

4.4" (W) x 24.3" (D) x 14.9" (H) (excl. Lower cover)

Approx. 19.8 lb.

Japan and most of

Europe

(CM4530040E)

North America

(CM4530040N)

France

(CM4530040F)

Sweden

(CM4530040S)

Hole Punch Unit (IM3530010)

Model name

Acceptable paper size

Acceptable paper weight

Dimensions

Weight

Number of punching holes and hole diameter

2 holes

(0.26" dia.)

2/3 holes switchable

(0.32" dia.)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 3.15" pitch)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 2.76" and 0.83" pitch)

IM3530010

Available paper size

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

2 holes: LG, LT-R, A4-R

3 holes: LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

17 lb. Bond – 110 lb. Index

(OHP film and specially treated paper are not available.)

4.48” (W) x 22.92” (D) x 12.92” (H) (excl. Lower cover)

Approx. 15.4 lb.

Japan and most of

Europe

(IM3530010E)

North America

(IM3530010N)

France

(IM3530010F)

Sweden

(IM3530010S)

Number of punching holes and hole diameter

2 holes

(0.26" dia.)

Available paper size

LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

2/3 holes switchable

(0.32" dia.)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 3.15" pitch)

4 holes

(0.26" dia.; 2.76" and 0.83" pitch)

2 holes: LG, LT-R, A4-R

3 holes: LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LT, A3, A4

LD, LG, LT-R, COMP, A3, A4,

A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO

344 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

Bridge Unit

Model name IM2300010

• Océ-recommended paper is used for the values above. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.

12

345

3. Packing List

Packing list Setup instructions

Operator’s Manual

Photoconductive drum

Operator’s Manual pocket

Setup report

Warranty sheet

CD-ROM (2 pcs.)

Stopper (for control panel)

12

346 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

4. Copying Function Combination Matrix

Combination Matrix 1/2

12

347

4.Copying Function Combination Matrix (Cont.)

Combination Matrix 2/2

12

348 12.SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS

INDEX

Numerics

1-sided original -> 1-sided copy .............. 109

,

110

1-sided original -> 2-sided copy .............. 109

,

111

2IN1 / 4IN1 ...................................................... 137

2-sided original -> 1-sided copy .............. 109

,

113

2-sided original -> 2-sided copy .............. 109

,

112

A

Acceptable copy paper ..................................... 44

ACCESS button ................................................ 25

Additional Drawer Module ......................... 21

,

339

Address book .................................................. 248

ADF ................................................................. 166

Adjusting the contrast of the touch panel .......... 30

AMS .................................................................. 89

APS ................................................................... 84

APS/AMS or currently selected paper size ....... 28

Automatic copy density mode ......................... 119

Automatic duplexer ................................... 20

,

279

Automatic function clear .................................... 30

Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) ......... 89

Automatic Paper Selection (APS) ..................... 84

AUTOMATIC START .............................. 202

,

209

B

Background adjustment .................................. 122

BLANK ............................................................ 152

Blinking graphic symbols ................................ 266

BOOK - TABLET ............................................. 164

BOOK CENTER ERASE ................................. 133

Book-type original -> 2-sided copy .......... 109

,

114

Book-type originals ........................................... 59

BOTH BLANK ................................................. 149

Bottom margin ................................................. 126

Bridge Unit .............................................. 283

,

345

Bypass copying

Bypass copying ........................................... 71

Non-standard size paper ............................. 76

Standard size paper .................................... 72

Bypass tray .........................................20

,

71

,

279

C

Call service symbol ......................................... 295

Canceling the energy saving mode ................... 42

Caution .............................................................. 11

Changing data of user boxes .......................... 174

Changing the data of a template ..................... 213

Changing the data of a user group ................. 210

Changing the setting of paper size ................... 50

Cleaning .......................................................... 330

CLEAR button ................................................... 25

Clearing functions selected ............................... 30

Clearing the drawer for special uses ................. 54

Configuration of options .................................... 21

Confirming and canceling auto job .................... 69

Confirming job history in log list ...................... 244

Confirming print job status .............................. 229

Confirming scan job status ..............................242

Continuing printing after proof printing ............234

Continuous feed mode ............................. 61

,

166

Control panel .............................................. 20

,

24

COPIED ...........................................................152

COPY button .....................................................24

Copy density adjustment .................................119

Copying function combination matrix ...............347

Copying mixed-size originals in one go .............87

Copying procedure ............................................64

COVER SHEET ...............................................149

Creating user boxes ........................................172

D

Daily inspection ...............................................330

Date and time ....................................................28

Deleting a template ..........................................224

Deleting a user group ......................................223

Deleting folders or documents .........................188

Deleting invalid print jobs .................................241

Deleting print jobs ............................................230

Deleting private print jobs ................................238

Deleting proof print jobs ...................................235

Deleting user boxes .........................................177

Density adjustment buttons ...............................28

Department codes ...........................................239

Department management ..................................33

Description of each component .........................20

Digital keys ........................................................25

Disclaimer notice ...............................................18

Displaying invalid queues ................................239

Displaying private print job list .........................236

Displaying proof print job list ............................233

Drawer ....................................... 20

,

46

,

267

,

321

Drawer feeding area ........................................277

Drawer for special uses .....................................52

DUAL PAGE ....................................................135

Duplex copying ................................................109

E

EDGE ERASE .................................................132

EDITING ..........................................................142

e-Filing .............................................................170

e-FILING button .................................................24

ENERGY SAVER button ...................... 25

,

39

,

41

Energy saving mode ..........................................41

Enlargement and reduction copying ..................89

Enlargement/Reduction (Zoom...) button ..........28

Equipment status indication area ......................28

Error code ............................................... 254

,

266

ERROR lamp .....................................................25

EXTENSION button ...........................................24

F

FAX button .........................................................24

Features of the im3530/im4530 ...........................9

File Downloader ...............................................170

INDEX

349

INDEX (Cont.)

350

Finisher

Finisher ........................................95

,

298

,

306

Name of each Inner Finisher ....................... 97

Name of each part in the Finisher ............... 96

Removing jammed staples ........................ 306

Finisher (Type A) ........................................ 22

,

95

Finisher (Type B) ........................................ 22

,

95

Finisher button .................................................. 28

Fixed tray .......................................................... 96

Folder .............................................................. 188

Front cover .................................................. 20

,

96

FUNCTION CLEAR button ............................... 25

Function setting area ........................................ 28

Fuser unit ........................................................ 281

G

General precautions

During maintenance or inspection ............... 16

General precautions .................................... 10

When handling supplies .............................. 17

When installing or moving ........................... 10

When using the Multifunctional digital system ............................................... 13

Group copying ............................................. 95

,

98

H

Handling and storing paper ............................... 45

Hanging Finisher ....... 22

,

95

,

291

,

300

,

308

,

342

HELP button ...................................................... 24

Hole punch ................................................ 95

,

106

Hole Punch Unit ........................... 22

,

95

,

96

,

344

I

IMAGE DIRECTION ........................................ 162

IMAGE SHIFT ................................................. 126

Index buttons .................................................... 28

Initial (default) settings ...................................... 63

INTERRUPT button .......................................... 24

Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying) .............. 70

J

Jam releasing cover ........................................ 280

Jam symbols ................................................... 274

JOB BUILD ..................................................... 158

Job Separator ........................................... 21

,

343

Job status ........................................................ 228

JOB STATUS button ......................................... 25

K

K format ............................................................ 56

Keying in correct department code to print ..... 240

L

Large Capacity Feeder .....................21

,

278

,

339

LDAP authentication ......................................... 34

Left margin ...................................................... 126

Log list .............................................................243

M

Magazine sort ........................................... 95

,

140

Magazine sort & Saddle stitch .................. 95

,

103

Making Copies ...................................................63

Manual copy density mode ..............................120

Manual paper selection .....................................86

Manual staple ....................................................95

Margin .............................................126

,

128

,

130

Masking ...........................................................142

Maximum number of sheets for scanning ..........57

Maximum number of sheets for stapling ..........102

Message ............................................................28

Message display ................................................28

MFP local authentication ...................................34

Mirror image ....................................................145

MONITOR/PAUSE button .................................25

Moving print jobs .............................................231

N

Negative/Positive reversal ...............................146

Notice to users .....................................................5

Number of copy sets ..........................................28

O

Offset Tray ................................................ 21

,

344

One-touch zoom buttons ...................................93

Operator’s Manual pocket .................................20

Original Cover ....................................................21

Original mode ..................................................118

Original mode button .........................................28

Original scale .....................................................20

Original stopper .................................................56

P

Packing list ......................................................346

PAGE NUMBER ..............................................156

Paper Feed Pedestal ................................ 21

,

339

Paper selection ..................................................84

Paper size indicator ...........................................48

Paper source selection buttons .........................28

Paper stopper ....................................................97

Paper type .........................................................52

Pausing print jobs ............................................231

Placing originals on the glass ............................58

Placing paper in the drawer ...............................46

Power switch .....................................................20

Preface ................................................................8

PRINT DATA / MEMORY RX /

FAX communication lamps ................................24

Print jobs ..........................................................230

Print log ...........................................................244

Print status display ..........................................251

Printer Utility ....................................................170

Printing journals ...............................................250

Printing private print jobs .................................237

Printing stored documents .............................. 183

Private print jobs ............................................. 236

Proof Copy ........................................................ 80

PROOF COPY button ....................................... 28

Proof print jobs ................................................ 233

Public box ....................................................... 170

Public group .................................................... 218

Public template group ..................................... 198

R

Recalling templates ......................................... 218

Receive log ..................................................... 246

Receiving tray ................................................... 20

Recommended paper ....................................... 45

Registering a template in the public template group ............................ 198

Registering a template in the user group ........ 205

Registering into address book from log lists .................................................... 248

Registering non-standard size in the memory ................................................... 78

Registering the new user group ...................... 202

Releasing print job errors ................................ 251

Remaining paper level ...................................... 28

Replace toner bag symbol .............................. 272

Replace toner cartridge symbol ...................... 268

Reproduction ratio ............................................. 28

Reversing Automatic Document Feeder

................................................... 21

,

60

,

274

,

339

Right margin .................................................... 126

Rotate sort ................................................ 95

,

100

S

Saddle stitch

Available conditions ................................... 105

Saddle stitch ................................95

,

292

,

304

Saddle Stitch Finisher ...................21

,

95

,

340

Saddle stitch tray ......................................... 96

SADF .............................................................. 166

SCAN button ..................................................... 24

Scan log .......................................................... 247

Scanning the next originals during copying

(Auto job start) .................................................. 68

Send log .......................................................... 245

Setting copy paper ............................................ 43

Setting letters .................................................... 31

Setting originals ................................................ 56

SETTINGS button ............................................. 28

Sharpness ....................................................... 123

SHEET INSERTION ....................................... 152

Sheet originals .................................................. 58

Simplex / duplex button ..................................... 28

Single feed mode ...................................... 62

,

167

Sort copying ................................................ 95

,

98

Specifications im3530/im4530 ..........................................336

Options .......................................................339

Specifying both original size and copy size separately ..........................................91

Staple sort ................................................ 95

,

101

Stapler ........................... 298

,

304

,

306

,

312

,

313

START button ....................................................25

STOP button ......................................................25

Stopping the copying operation .........................67

Storing documents in e-Filing ..........................179

Sub-tray .............................................................96

T

Template ..........................................................196

TEMPLATE button .............................................24

Test printing .....................................................185

TIME STAMP ...................................................155

Toner bag ................................................. 20

,

272

Toner cartridge ..................................................20

TOP BLANK ....................................................149

TOP COPIED ..................................................149

TOP COPIED BACK BLANK ...........................149

Top margin ......................................................126

Touch panel .......................................... 20

,

25

,

28

Touch panel contrast adjustment volume ..........20

Touch-buttons ....................................................28

Tray ...................................................................96

Trays ..................................................................97

Trimming ..........................................................142

Troubleshooting

Copy images are partially missing .............334

Display does not change when buttons or icons are pressed ............332

Equipment does not start ...........................331

Functions cannot be set .............................332

Image density is too high ...........................333

Image density is too low .............................332

Images are blurred .....................................333

Images are stained ....................................333

Paper jamming occurs frequently ..............331

Turning power on ...............................................32

TWAIN driver ...................................................170

Type of finishing mode ......................................95

U

Upper cover .......................................................96

Useful template ................................................196

User box ................................................. 170

,

172

USER FUNCTIONS button ................................24

User group .............................................. 205

,

220

User management .................................... 34

,

228

W

Warning .............................................................10

Windows Domain Authentication .......................34

INDEX

351

352

INDEX (Cont.)

X

XY ZOOM ....................................................... 147

Z

Zoom buttons .................................................... 93

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