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1050/1050e

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Table of Contents 1 Safety Information 1.1 Safety Information 1-3 1.1.1 Warning and Precaution Symbols
Table of Contents 1 Safety Information 1.1 Safety Information 1-3 1.1.1 Warning and Precaution Symbols

Table of Contents

1 Safety Information

1.1

Safety Information

1-3

1.1.1

Warning and Precaution Symbols

1-3

1.1.2

Meaning of Symbols

1-3

1.2

Regulation Notices

1-10

1.2.1

Laser Safety

1-10

1.2.2

Ozone Release

1-12

1.2.3

Electromagnetic Interference

1-12

1.2.4

For European Users

1-12

1.2.5

For German Users

1-12

1.3

Caution Labels and Indicators

1-13

1.4

Installation Space

1-15

2 Preparation for Use

2.1

Machine Configuration

2-3

2.1.1

External Machine Items

2-3

2.1.2

Internal Machine Items

2-5

2.1.3

Control Panel Layout

2-6

2.1.4

Folding Unit FD-501

2-8

2.1.5

Large Capacity Stacker LS-501/LS-502

2-11

2.1.6

Saddle Stitcher SD-501

2-13

2.1.7

Perfect Binder PB-501

2-16

2.1.8

Finisher FS-503

2-19

2.1.9

Standard/Optional Equipment

2-20

2.2

Turning On/Off the Power Switch

2-23

2.2.1

To Turn On the Power

2-23

2.2.2

To Turn Off the Power

2-25

2.3 To Use Machine When Power Save LED Lights 2-26 2.3.1 Auto Low Power 2-27

2.3

To Use Machine When Power Save LED Lights

2-26

2.3.1

Auto

Low Power

2-27

2.3.2

Auto

Shut-Off

2-27

2.3.3

Using Power Save Manually

2-28

2.3.4

When Weekly Timer Is Activated

2-30

2.4

Making User Authentication

2-33

3 Paper and Original Information

3.1

Paper Information

3-3

3.1.1

Paper Weight

3-3

3.1.2

Tray/ Exit Tray Capacity

3-5

3.1.3

Paper Size

3-8

3.1.4

To Store Copy Paper

3-9

3.2

Original Information

3-10

3.2.1

Using Original Glass

3-10

3.2.2

ADF Originals

3-12

4 Supplies & Handling

4.1

Loading Paper

4-3

4.1.1

Loading Paper in Main Body Trays and Paper Feeder Unit Trays

4-4

4.1.2

Loading Cover Paper in Cover Feeding Tray of Perfect Binder PB-501

4-8

4.1.3

Loading Tabbed Sheets in Tray

4-11

4.2

Adding Toner

4-14

4.3

Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into Finisher FS-503

4-17

4.4

Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into Saddle Stitcher SD-501

4-20

4.5

Adding Paste Pellets to Perfect Binder PB-501

4-22

4.6

Empty Trash Basket of Folding Unit FD-501

4-25

4.7

Empty Dust Box of Saddle Stitcher SD-501

4-27

4.8

Empty Dust Box of Perfect Binder PB-501

4-29

4.9

Removing Finished Sets from Large Capacity Stacker

LS-501/502

4-31

5 Before Making Copies 5.1 Copy Screen 5-3 5.1.1 Machine Status Screen 5-5 5.2 Features

5 Before Making Copies

5.1

Copy Screen

5-3

5.1.1

Machine Status Screen

5-5

5.2

Features of the bizhub PRO 1050/1050e

5-7

5.3

How to Make a Basic Copy

5-12

5.4

Positioning Originals

5-16

5.4.1

Positioning Originals in ADF

5-16

5.4.2

Positioning Original on Original Glass

5-19

5.5

Setting Print Quantity

5-20

5.5.1

To Set Print Quantity

5-20

5.5.2

To Change Print Quantity

5-21

5.6

Setting Job During Warm-up

5-22

5.7

To Stop Scanning/Printing

5-25

6 Basic Job Settings

6.1

Copy Conditions Incompatible with Basic Settings

6-3

6.2

Function Key

6-8

6.3

Original Setting

6-10

6.3.1

Specifying Original Direction

6-10

6.3.2

Selecting Binding Direction of Originals

6-12

6.3.3

Copying Mixed Size Originals (Mixed Original)

6-14

6.3.4

Copying Z-Folded Originals (Z-Folded)

6-16

6.3.5

Feeding Single Original from ADF (Single Feed)

6-18

6.3.6

Copying Non-Standard Size Originals (Custom Size / Tab Paper)

6-21

6.4

Memory Scan Mode

6-24

6.5

Special Image

6-26

6.5.1

Selecting Exposure Level and Adjusting Background Whiteness 6-26

6.5.2

Making Copy Quality Closer to Originals (Text/Photo Enhance) . 6-30

6.6

Zoom

6-32

6.6.1

To Copy in 1.000 Magnification Mode

6-32

6.6.2

To Change Magnification Ratio

6-33

6.7

Copy Mode

6-37

6.7.1

Making Double-Sided Copies Using ADF

6-37

6.8 Making Double-Sided Copies Using Original Glass 6-40 6.8.1 Making Single-Sided Copies from Double-Sided

6.8

Making Double-Sided Copies Using Original Glass

6-40

6.8.1

Making Single-Sided Copies from Double-Sided Originals

6-44

6.9

Paper Tray Setting

6-46

6.9.1

To Select Paper Size Automatically (APS)

6-47

6.9.2

To Specify Desired Paper Size (AMS)

6-49

6.9.3

Rotation

6-51

6.9.4

Using Paper Not Specified for Any Tray (Paper Presetting)

6-53

6.10

Reserve Job Setting

6-64

7 Job Management

7.1

Overview of Job List Screen

7-3

7.2

Job Operation on Job List Screen

7-4

7.2.1

To

Check/Control Reserved Jobs

7-4

7.2.2

To Display Output History

7-6

7.2.3

To Display Send History

7-7

7.2.4

To Check Incomplete Jobs

7-8

7.2.5

To

Check/Operate Suspended Jobs

7-9

7.2.6

To Check/Control Spool Jobs

7-11

8 Applications

 

8.1 Copy Conditions Incompatible with Applications

8-3

8.2 To Use Application Function

8-8

8.3 Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet Insertion)

8-10

8.4 Locating Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter)

8-17

8.5 Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination)

8-20

8.6 Making a Multiple Page Signature Booklet (Booklet)

8-23

8.7 Copying onto Transparent Films (OHP Interleave)

8-26

8.8 Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert)

8-29

8.9 Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Book Copy)

8-33

8.10 Programming Different Settings for an Output Job (Program Job)

8-39

8.11 Erasing Outside of the Original (No Image Area Erase)

8-42

8.12 Reversing Colour in Black and White Image (Neg. Pos. Reverse)

8-45

8.13 Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert./Horiz. Mode)

8-47

8.14 Repeat Automatically or Select Repeat Times (Repeat: Auto Detect/ Repeat Mode) 8-50 8.15 Eliminating

8.14 Repeat Automatically or Select Repeat Times (Repeat: Auto Detect/ Repeat Mode)

8-50

8.15 Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erase)

8-54

8.16 Copying Image in the Centre of Copy Paper (Image Centering)

8-58

8.17 Printing Images Fully to the Edges (All-Image Area)

8-60

8.18 Adjusting Position of Copy Image (Image Shift)

8-61

8.19 Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce&Shift)

8-66

8.20 Printing Stamp, Page, Date/Time onto Copies (Stamp)

8-69

8.21 Printing Watermark onto Copies (Stamp)

8-78

8.22 Print Words, Date/Time, Annotation Number onto Copies (Annotation)

8-81

8.23 Overlay an Image onto Each Page Copied in the Job (Overlay) . 8-86

 

8.24 Store Image in HDD / Overlay Stored Image (Overlay Memory)

8-89

9

Setting Output Methods

9.1

Copy Conditions Incompatible with Output Modes

9-3

9.2

Selecting an Output Tray

9-8

9.3

Setting Binding Direction for Duplex Copies

9-13

9.4

Using Finisher FS-503

9-15

9.4.1

Non-sort / Collated / Uncollated Output to the Primary (Main) Tray

9-17

9.4.2

Stapling Output to the Primary (Main) Tray

9-19

9.4.3

Collated / Uncollated Output to the Secondary (Sub) Tray

9-22

9.5

Using Large Capacity Stacker LS-501/LS-502

9-25

9.6

Using Folding Unit FD-501

9-28

9.6.1

Punching File Holes in Copies

9-29

9.6.2

Folding Copies

9-32

9.7

Using Saddle Stitcher SD-501

9-34

9.7.1

Making Folded Booklet

9-34

9.7.2

Folding Copied Set

9-38

9.8

Using Post Inserter on Folding Unit FD-501

9-42

9.9

Using Folder/Finisher Functions Manually

9-46

9.10

Using Perfect Binder PB-501

9-50

9.11 Using Two Copiers in Tandem 9-67 9.11.1 To Stop Scanning/Printing 9-73 9.11.2 Troubleshooting

9.11

Using Two Copiers in Tandem

9-67

9.11.1

To Stop Scanning/Printing

9-73

9.11.2

Troubleshooting

9-74

10 Advanced Information

10.1

Checking Feature Selections by Proof Copying

10-3

10.2

Checking Feature Selections Before Copying (Check Mode)

10-5

10.3

Interrupt Copying

10-9

10.4

Storing and Recalling Job Conditions (Mode Memory)

10-11

10.4.1

Storing Job Conditions

10-11

10.4.2

Recalling Stored Job Settings

10-15

10.5

Recalling Previous Job Settings

10-17

10.6

Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode)

10-19

10.6.1

To Display Help Screen

10-20

10.7

Adjusting Response Time of Touch Keys (Accessibility)

10-22

11 Machine Status Screen Setting

11.1

Machine Status Screen Setting Outlines

11-3

12 Paper Setting

12.1

Paper Setting Outlines

12-3

12.1.1

Setting Items in Paper Setting

12-3

12.1.2

Recommended Setting of Paper Type/Weight

12-10

12.2

Register Paper Type/Weight

12-11

12.3

Delete Paper Type/Weight

12-17

12.4

Set Paper Size, Conditions, Air Assist Function for a Tray

12-19

12.5

Change Paper Type/Weight Specified for a Tray

12-29

13 Adjustment

13.1 Machine Adjustment Outlines

13-3

13.2 01 Magnification Adjustment

13-4

13.3 02 Timing Adjustment

13-13

13.4 03 Centering Adjustment

13-22

13.5 Finisher Adjustment Outlines

13-24

13.6 01 Stapler Position Adjustment

13-25

13.7 02 Multi Folder (Punch) Adjustment 13-31 13.8 03 Multi Folder (Fold) Adjustment 13-36 13.9

13.7 02 Multi Folder (Punch) Adjustment

13-31

13.8 03 Multi Folder (Fold) Adjustment

13-36

13.9 04 Stacker Adjustment

13-53

13.10 05 Saddle Stitcher Adjustment

13-57

13.11 06 Perfect Binder Adjustment

13-76

13.12 07 Trimmer Count Adjustment

13-105

14 Controller Setting

14.1 Function Overview

14-3

14.2 01 Report Type

14-8

14.3 02 Printer Setting

14-10

14.4 03 Select Printer Setting

14-17

14.5 04 Spool

14-19

14.6 05 Interface Setting

14-20

15 Utility Screen Settings

15.1

Utility Screen Setting Outlines

15-3

16 User Setting

16.1

01 System Setting

16-3

16.1.1

01 Language Setting

16-3

16.1.2

02 Buzzer Setting

16-4

16.1.3

03 1SHOT Indication Time

16-8

16.1.4

04 Default Screen Setting

16-9

16.1.5

05 Auto Reset Setting

16-10

16.1.6

06 Key Response Time

16-11

16.1.7

07 Change User Password

16-12

16.1.8

08 Function Key Setting

16-14

16.2

02 Function Setting

16-17

16.2.1

01 Feed Tray Setting

16-17

16.2.2

02 ATS Permit

16-19

16.2.3

03 Auto Paper Type

16-21

16.2.4

02 Each Function Setting

16-23

16.2.5

03 Density Setting

16-25

16.2.6

03 Photo Mode Density Setting

16-29

  16.2.7 04 Image Density Selection 16-31 16.2.8 04 Preset Zoom 16-33 16.2.9 Tandem Setting
 

16.2.7 04 Image Density Selection

16-31

16.2.8 04 Preset Zoom

16-33

16.2.9 Tandem Setting

05

16-34

16.2.10 User Paper Selection

06

16-38

16.3

03 Copy Setting

16-39

16.3.1

01

Reset Setting

16-39

16.3.2

02 Each Function Setting

16-46

16.4

04 Scanner Setting

16-49

16.4.1

01 Default Address Setting

16-49

16.4.2

02 Each Function Setting

16-51

16.5

05 Touch Screen Adjustment

16-53

17

Machine Manager Setting

17.1

Machine Manager Setting Outlines

17-3

17.2

01 System Setting

17-6

17.2.1

01 Power Save Setting

17-6

17.2.2

02 Time and Date Setting

17-8

17.2.3

03 Weekly Timer Setting

17-10

17.2.4

04 Management List Print

17-22

17.2.5

05 Operation Prohibit Set

17-26

17.2.6

06

Expert Adjustment

17-29

17.2.7

07

Size Setting

17-35

17.2.8

08 Annotation Setting

17-36

17.2.9

09 Perfect Binding Setting

17-43

17.3

02 Manager/Machine Register

17-49

17.3.1

01 Machine Manager Register

17-49

17.4

03 Use Auth./Volume Track

17-51

17.4.1

01

Authentication Method

17-51

17.4.2

02

Volume Track

17-56

17.4.3

03 User Authentication Set

17-61

17.4.4

04 Non register/Output Set

17-67

17.5

04 Network Setting

17-68

17.5.1

01 Machine NIC Setting

17-68

17.5.2

02 Controller NIC Setting

17-70

  17.6 05 Copy/Printer Setting 17-128 17.6.1 01 JOB Offset Operating 17-128 17.6.2 02
 

17.6

05 Copy/Printer Setting

17-128

17.6.1

01 JOB Offset Operating

17-128

17.6.2

02 Continuation Print(Print)

17-129

17.6.3

03 Page No. Position (Booklet)

17-130

17.6.4

04 Fixing Prerotation Set

17-131

17.6.5

05 Image Auto Rotation

17-133

17.6.6

06 Interruption Suspend

17-134

17.6.7

07 Copy Reserve Operation

17-135

17.6.8

08 Scan Stop (pull out tray)

17-137

17.6.9

09 Continuation Print (Copy)

17-138

17.6.10

10 Original Glass SDF

17-139

17.6.11

11 SDF Auto Setting

17-140

17.7

06 System Connection

17-141

17.7.1

01 User Call

17-141

17.8

07 Security Setting

17-142

17.8.1

01 Machine Manager Password

17-142

17.8.2

02 HDD Management Setting

17-144

17.8.3

03 Security Strengthen mode

17-152

17.9

08 Scanner Address Register

17-154

17.9.1

01 Send Address Edit/Delete

17-154

18

Browser Control Setting

18.1

Web Utilities

18-3

18.2

Setting Account Track Data

18-5

18.2.1

Adding Account Track

18-6

18.2.2

Editing Account Track Data

18-9

18.3

Setting Scan Transmission Function

18-18

18.4

Transmitting Machine Setting File

18-24

18.5

Box Edit

18-32

18.6

PageScope Web Connection

18-37

18.7

Access

18-39

18.8

Screen Configuration

18-40

18.8.1

Logging in Using Administrator Mode

18-42

18.9

Administrator Mode

18-44

  18.10 Administrator Mode – System Tab 18-44 18.10.1 Administrator Password 18-44 18.10.2
 

18.10

Administrator Mode – System Tab

18-44

18.10.1

Administrator Password

18-44

18.10.2

Device Information

18-45

18.10.3

ROM Version

18-46

18.10.4

Online Assistance

18-46

18.10.5

Import/Export

18-48

18.10.6

Maintenance

18-49

18.10.7

E-Mail Alert

18-51

18.11

Administrator Mode – Print Tab

18-52

18.11.1

Interface

18-52

18.11.2

Port Settings

18-53

18.11.3

Default Settings

18-54

18.11.4

Administrator Mode – Scan Tab

18-58

18.11.5

Subject Registration

18-58

18.11.6

Body Registration

18-61

18.12

Administrator Mode – Network Tab

18-64

18.12.1

TCP/IP

18-64

18.12.2

NetWare

18-66

18.12.3

IPP

18-68

18.12.4

FTP

18-69

18.12.5

SNMP

18-71

18.12.6

SMB

18-72

18.12.7

Apple Talk

18-74

18.12.8

E-Mail

18-75

18.12.9

SSL/TLS

18-77

18.12.10

Authentication

18-92

19

Security

19.1

Security Functions

19-4

19.1.1

Environments in which Security Strengthen mode is recommended

19-5

19.1.2

Creating a secure environment

19-5

  19.2 Security Strengthen Mode 19-6 19.2.1 Description of Security Strength en mode 19-6 19.2.2
 

19.2

Security Strengthen Mode

19-6

19.2.1

Description of Security Strengthen mode

19-6

19.2.2

Data protected by Security Strengthen mode

19-7

19.2.3

Data that is not protected in Security Strengthen mode

19-7

19.3

Protect and Delete Data After Use

19-8

19.4

User Authentication in Security Strengthen Mode

19-9

19.4.1

To register a new user

19-10

19.4.2

To change user data

19-15

19.4.3

To delete a user

19-20

19.4.4

To change password by user

19-23

19.5

HDD Store Function in Security Strengthen Mode

19-26

19.5.1

Store the data in a box while copying

19-26

19.5.2

Store scanned data in a box

19-31

19.5.3

Recall/Delete data in a box

19-36

19.5.4

Output data in the Secure Box

19-41

19.6

Machine Manager Security Functions

19-46

19.6.1

Turn Security Strengthen mode ON/OFF

19-46

19.6.2

HDD lock password

19-50

19.6.3

Print audit log

19-55

19.6.4

Analyze audit log

19-58

20

Troubleshooting

20.1

If “Please Call Service” Message Is Displayed

20-3

20.2

Clearing Mishandled Paper

20-5

20.3

If MACHINE Tab Blinks in Orange

20-8

20.3.1

Paper Misfeed

20-8

20.3.2

Tray Empty

20-9

20.3.3

Inconformity in Paper Presetting

20-11

20.4

If “Memory Full” Message Is Displayed (Memory Overflow)

20-13

20.5

If Power OFF/ON Screen Is Displayed

20-14

20.6

Troubleshooting Tips

20-15

21 Maintenance 21.1 Cleaning Image Scanning Section 21-3 21.1.1 Cleaning the ADF Scanning Glass 21-3

21 Maintenance

21.1

Cleaning Image Scanning Section

21-3

21.1.1

Cleaning the ADF Scanning Glass

21-3

21.1.2

Cleaning

the

Original Glass

21-3

21.1.3

Cleaning the ADF Guide Cover

21-4

21.2

Precautions for Paste Pellets and the Perfect Binder

21-5

21.3

Checking Copy Count

21-6

21.4

Preventive Maintenance

21-9

22 Machine Specifications

22.1

Main Body Specifications

22-3

22.1.1

Main Body

 

22-3

22.1.2

ADF

(DF-603)

22-5

22.2

Option Specifications

22-6

22.2.1

Paper Feeder Unit PF-701

22-6

22.2.2

Large Capacity Stacker LS-501/LS-502

22-6

22.2.3

In-Bin Stapler Finisher FS-503

22-7

22.2.4

Folding Unit FD-501

22-8

22.2.5

Saddle

Stitcher SD-501

22-9

22.2.6

Perfect

Binder PB-501

22-10

23 Appendix

 

23.1

How to Input Characters

23-3

23.1.1

About keys on the character input screen

23-3

23.1.2

About character input

23-4

23.2

Setting Data for Import/Export

23-5

23.3

Configuration Setting

23-10

23.4

Font List

 

23-15

23.5

PCL Font List

23-26

23.6

Glossary

23-29

23.7

Index

23-32

E NERGY S TAR ® Program The ENERGY STAR Program has been established to encourage

ENERGY STAR® Program

E NERGY S TAR ® Program The ENERGY STAR Program has been established to encourage the
E NERGY S TAR ® Program The ENERGY STAR Program has been established to encourage the

The ENERGY STAR Program has been established to encourage the wide- spread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that reduce energy consumption and prevent pollution. As an ENERGY STAR Partner, we have determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency, based on the following features.

- Auto Low Power

This function conserves energy by lowering the set temperature of the fix- ing unit. In the standard setting, Auto Low Power operates automatically when 15 minutes have elapsed after completion of the last copy, with the copier remaining in the ready to copy state during that time. The time period for the Auto Low Power function can be set for 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 min- utes, or 240 minutes.

- Automatic Shut-Off

This function achieves further energy conservation by partially turning the power supply OFF, thereby reducing energy consumption to 75 W or less. In the standard setting, Automatic Shut-Off follows Auto Low Pow- er, operating automatically when 90 minutes have elapsed after comple- tion of the last copy, with the copier remaining in the ready to copy state during that time. The time period for the Automatic Shut-Off function can be set for 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes or 240 minutes.

- Automatic Duplex Copying

To reduce paper consumption, use this function to make double-sided (duplex) copies, automatically.

- Combination

To reduce paper consumption, this function can also be used to lay out and copy a fixed number (2, 4, or 8) of pages onto one sheet of copy pa- per.

We recommend that you utilize Auto Low Power function, the Automatic Shut-Off function, Automatic Duplex Copying function, and Combination function.

Acknowledgements - KONICA MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA Logo and The essentials of imag- ing are registered

Acknowledgements

- KONICA MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA Logo and The essentials of imag- ing are registered trademarks or trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC.

- PageScope and bizhub PRO are registered trademarks of KONICA MI- NOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, Inc.

Copyright © 2006 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. Copyright © 2006 GoAhead Software, Inc. All rights reserved.

Exemption

- No part of this manual may be used or duplicated without permission.

- Manufacturer and Sales Company will have no liability for any influences caused by using the printing system and this Operator Manual.

- The information written in this Operator Manual is subject to change with- out prior notice.

2 Note
2
Note

To operate safely, be sure to read the Safety Information before using the machine. For details, refer to “Safety Information” on page 1-3.

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Safety Information

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Safety Information

1.1 Safety Information

This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To achieve optimum utility of this device, all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual.

Please read the following section before connecting the machine to the sup- ply. It contains important information related to user safety and preventing equipment problems.

- Please keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.

- Make sure you observe all of the precautions appear in each section of this manual.

2 Note
2
Note

Some parts of the contents of this section may not correspond with the purchased product.

1.1.1 Warning and Precaution Symbols

The following indicators are used on the warning labels or in this manual to categorize the level of safety warnings.

WARNINGIgnoring this warning could cause serious injury or even death.

Ignoring this warning could cause serious injury or even death.

CAUTIONIgnoring this caution could cause injury or damage to property.

Ignoring this caution could cause injury or damage to property.

1.1.2 Meaning of Symbols

A triangle indicates a danger against which you should take precaution.

A

triangle indicates a danger against which you should take precaution.

This symbol warns against cause burns.

This symbol warns against cause burns.

 

A

diagonal line indicates a prohibited course of action.

This symbol warns against dismantling the device.
This symbol warns against dismantling the device.

This symbol warns against dismantling the device.

 

A

solid circle indicates an imperative course of action.

This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.
This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.

This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.

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Disassemble and modification

1 Safety Information Disassemble and modification WARNING • Do not attempt to remove the covers and

WARNING

• Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been fixed to the product. Some products have a high-voltage part or a laser beam source inside that could cause an electrical shock or blindness.

• Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result. If the product employs a laser, the laser beam source could cause blindness.

shock, or breakdown could result. If the product employ s a laser, the laser beam source

Power cord

WARNINGthe laser beam source could cause blindness. Power cord • Do not scratch, abrade, place a

• Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend, pull on,

• Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend, pull on, or damage the power cord. Use of a damaged power cord (ex- posed core wire, broken wire, etc.) could result in a fire or breakdown. Should any of these conditions be found, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative.

OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your
OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your

Power source

call your authorized service representative. Power source WARNING • Use only the specified power source voltage.

WARNING

Use only the specified power source voltage. Failure to do that could result in a fire or electrical shock.

• Use only the specified power source voltage. Failure to do that could result in a

Connect power plug directly into wall outlet having the same con- figuration as the plug. Use of an adapter leads to the product con- necting to inadequate power supply (voltage, current capacity, grounding), and may result in fire or shock. If proper wall outlet is not available, the customer shall ask qualified electrician for the in- stallation.

or shock. If proper wall outlet is not available, the customer shall ask qualified electrician for

Do not use a multiple outlet adapter nor an extension cord in prin- ciple. Use of an adapter or an extension cord could cause a fire or electrical shock. Contact your authorized service representative if an extension cord is required.

could cause a fire or electrical shock. Contact your authorized service representative if an extension cord

Consult your authorized service representative before connecting other equipment on the same wall outlet. Overload could result in a fire.

service representative before connecting other equipment on the same wall outlet. Overload could result in a
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Power source

1 Safety Information Power source CAUTION • The outlet must be near the equipment and easily

CAUTION

• The outlet must be near the equipment and easily accessible. Oth- erwise you can

• The outlet must be near the equipment and easily accessible. Oth- erwise you can not pull out the power plug when an emergency oc- curs.

be near the equipment and easily accessible. Oth- erwise you can not pull out the power

Power plug

WARNINGout the power plug when an emergency oc- curs. Power plug • Do not unplug and

• Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as

Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an electrical shock could result.

• Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an

Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do this could result in a fire or electrical shock.

• Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do this
to do this could result in a fire or electrical shock. CAUTION • Do not tug

CAUTION

• Do not tug the power cord when unplugging. Pulling on the power cord could

Do not tug the power cord when unplugging. Pulling on the power cord could damage the cord, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.

the power cord when unplugging. Pulling on the power cord could damage the cord, resulting in

Remove the power plug from the outlet more than one time a year and clean the area between the plug terminals. Dust that accumu- lates between the plug terminals may cause a fire.

year and clean the area between the plug terminals. Dust that accumu- lates between the plug

Grounding

lates between the plug terminals may cause a fire. Grounding WARNING • Connect the power cord

WARNING

• Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding

• Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding terminal.

• Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding terminal.
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Installation

1 Safety Information Installation WARNING • Do not place a flower vase or other con- tainer

WARNING

• Do not place a flower vase or other con- tainer that contains water, or

Do not place a flower vase or other con- tainer that contains water, or metal clips or other small metallic objects on this product. Spilled water or metallic objects dropped inside the product could result in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown. Should a piece of metal, water, or any other similar foreign matter get inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power out- let, and then call your authorized service representative.

the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power out- let, and then call your
the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power out- let, and then call your

CAUTIONlet, and then call your author ized service representative. • After installing this product, mount it

• After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit moves

After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit moves or falls, it may cause personal injury.

• After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit moves or

Do not place the product in a dusty place, or a site exposed to soot or steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a humidifier. A fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result.

to soot or steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a humidifier. A fire, electrical shock,

Do not place this product on an unstable or tilted bench, or in a lo- cation subject to a lot of vibration and shock. It could drop or fall, causing personal injury or mechanical breakdown.

cation subject to a lot of vibration and shock. It could drop or fall, causing personal

Do not let any object plug the ventilation holes of this product. Heat could accumulate inside the product, resulting in a fire or malfunc- tion.

the ventilation holes of this product. Heat could accumulate inside the product, resulting in a fire

Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product, as a fire could result.

• Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product, as a fire could

Ventilation

near this product, as a fire could result. Ventilation CAUTION • Always use this product in

CAUTION

• Always use this product in a well ventilated location. Operating the product in a

• Always use this product in a well ventilated location. Operating the product in a poorly ventilated room for an extended period of time could injure your health. Ventilate the room at regular intervals.

a poorly ventilated room for an extended period of time could injure your health. Ventilate the
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Actions in response to troubles

1 Safety Information Actions in response to troubles WARNING • Do not keep using this product,

WARNING

• Do not keep using this product, if this product becomes inordinately hot or emits smoke, or unusual odor or noise. Immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative. If you keep on us- ing it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.

• Do not keep using this product, if this product has been dropped or its cover damaged. Immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative. If you keep on using it as is, a fire or electri- cal shock could result.

call your authorized service representative. If you keep on using it as is, a fire or

CAUTIONusing it as is, a fire or electri- cal shock could result. • The inside of

• The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which may cause

• The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which may cause burns. When checking the inside of the unit for malfunctions such as a pa- per misfeed, do not touch the locations (around the fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a “Caution HOT” caution label.

do not touch the locations (around the fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a “Caution

Consumables

indicated by a “Caution HOT” caution label. Consumables WARNING • Do not throw the toner cartridge

WARNING

• Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot

• Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage.

Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot toner may
The hot toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage. CAUTION • Do not leave

CAUTION

• Do not leave a toner bottle or drum in a place within easy reach

Do not leave a toner bottle or drum in a place within easy reach of children. Licking or ingesting any of these things could injure your health.

or drum in a place within easy reach of children. Licking or ingesting any of these

Do not store toner units and PC drum units near a floppy disk or watch that are susceptible to magnetism. They could cause these products to malfunction.

drum units near a floppy disk or watch that are susceptible to magnetism. They could cause

When moving the machine

cause these products to malfunction. When moving the machine CAUTION • Whenever moving this product, be

CAUTION

• Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power cord and other cables.

Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power cord and other cables. Failure to do this could damage the cord or cable, resulting in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.

and other cables. Failure to do this could damage the cord or cable, resulting in a

When moving this product, always hold it by the locations specified in the User manual or other documents. If the unit falls it may cause severe personal injury. The product may also be damaged or mal- function.

other documents. If the unit falls it may cause severe personal injury. The product may also
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Before successive holidays

CAUTION1 Safety Information Before successive holidays Unplug the product when you will not use the product

Unplug the product when you will not use the product for long pe- riods of

Unplug the product when you will not use the product for long pe- riods of time.

•

Paste pellet

CAUTIONproduct for long pe- riods of time. • Paste pellet • Do not put paste pellets

• Do not put paste pellets close to fire. Paste pellets are flammable and easy to catch on fire.

• Do not swallow paste pellets. Should you swallow any, drink large amount of water or milk to vomit, and immediately consult a doctor.

• Keep out of reach of children in order to avoid unexpected acci- dents.

to vomit, and immediately consult a doctor. • Keep out of reach of children in order
to vomit, and immediately consult a doctor. • Keep out of reach of children in order
to vomit, and immediately consult a doctor. • Keep out of reach of children in order
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Perfect Binder

1 Safety Information Perfect Binder CAUTION • Do not use the Perfect Binder without ventilation for

CAUTION

• Do not use the Perfect Binder without ventilation for an extended period of time.

• Do not use the Perfect Binder without ventilation for an extended period of time. Ensure to ventilate the room on a regular basis. It is recommended that the Perfect Binder should be installed in a place with a local exhaust system. Using the Perfect Binder in a room without appropriate ventilation could pose health hazard.

• Handle melted hot paste carefully. If it gets in the eye, do not rub nor tray to open the eye, but cool it with cold water immediately and consult a doctor.

• Do not touch melted hot paste as it may cause burn injury. If it sticks on your skin, cool that part of the skin with cold water immediately and consult a doctor.

• Do not touch the paste tank unit immediately after you turned off the machine to avoid burn injury. Wait until the unit is no longer hot when you handle it directly with your hands.

• Do not put the paste hopper and the paste tank unit close to fire. Paste is flammable and easy to catch on fire.

• Do not get close to the vapor emitted from melted hot paste. If you have irritation in or around your eyes, nose or throat, move to an area where you can get fresh air.

• Do not block up the vent for the fan on the back of the Perfect Bind- er. This will prevent the discharge of heat, and may cause fire or breakdown.

• Do not change the temperature setting for the paste tank unit. This may cause fire or breakdown.

fire or breakdown. • Do not change the temperature setting for the paste tank unit. This
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1.2 Regulation Notices

1.2.1 Laser Safety

This product employs a Class 3B laser diode having maximum power of 15 mW and wavelength of 770 - 800 nm.

This product is certified as a Class 1 laser product. Since the laser beam is concealed by protective housings, the product does not emit hazardous la- ser radiation as long as the product is operated according to the instructions in this manual.

For Denmark Users

7 ADVARSEL

% Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undgå udsættelse for sråling. Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC 60825-1 sikkerheds kravene.

% Dansk: Dette er en halvlederlaser. Laserdiodens højeste styrke er 15 mW og bølgelængden er 770 - 800 nm.

For Norway Users

7 ADVARSEL

% Dersom apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert I denne bruk- sanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for usynlig laserstråling som over- skrider grensen for laser klass 1.

% Dette en halvleder laser. Maksimal effekt till laserdiode er 15 mW og bøkgelengde er 770 - 800 nm.

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For Finland, Sweden Users

LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT

6

VAROITUS!

%

Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tav- alla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymät- tömälle lasersäteilylle.

%

Tämä on puolijohdelaser. Laserdiodin suurin teho on 15 mW ja aallon- pituus on 770 - 800 nm.

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VARNING!

%

Om apparaten används på annat sätt än I denna bruksanvisning spe- cificerats, kan användaren utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.

%

Det här är en halvledarlaser. Den maximala effekten för laserdioden är 15 mW och våglängden är 770 - 800 nm.

Rear side of main body
Rear side
of main body
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1.2.2 Ozone Release

During print operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This amount is not large enough to harm anyone adversely. However, be sure the room where the machine is being used has adequate ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if the machine is being used con- tinuously over a long period.

1.2.3 Electromagnetic Interference

This product must be used with a shielded network cable and shielded USB interface cable.

The use of non-shield cables is likely to result in interference with radio com- munications and is prohibited under CISPR 22 and local rules.

1.2.4 For European Users

This product complies with the following EU directives:

89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

This declaration is valid for the areas of the European Union (EU) or EFTA on- ly.

This device must be used with a shielded network cable and shielded USB interface cable. The use of non-shielded cables is likely to result in interfer- ence with radio communications and is prohibited under 89/336/EEC rules.

1.2.5 For German Users

Maschinenlärminformations -Verordnung - 3. GSGV, 18.01.1991:

Der arbeitsplatzbezogene Immisionswert betraegt 70 dB(A) oder weniger nach ISO 7779.

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1.3 Caution Labels and Indicators

The caution labels and indicators are attached to the machine areas, as shown below, where you are advised to pay special attention to avoid any dangerous situations or serious injury.

(Entrance of the reversal output unit)

(Entrance of the reversal output unit) CAUTION (Right side of the fixing unit) (Top surface of
CAUTION
CAUTION

(Right side of the fixing unit)

output unit) CAUTION (Right side of the fixing unit) (Top surface of the fixing unit) DO

(Top surface of the fixing unit)

DO NOT INSERT your finger into the two ADF hinge portions; otherwise you may be injured.

the two ADF hinge portions; otherwise you may be injured. CAUTION DO NOT put your hand

CAUTIONthe two ADF hinge portions; otherwise you may be injured. DO NOT put your hand between

DO NOT put your hand between the main body and developing fixing unit; otherwise you may be injured.

CAUTIONand developing fixing unit; otherwise you may be injured. The fixing unit is very hot. To

The fixing unit is very hot. To avoid getting burned DO NOT TOUCH.

CAUTION
CAUTION

DO NOT put your hand between the main body and developing fixing unit; otherwise you may be injured.

and developing fixing unit; otherwise you may be injured. CAUTION This product employs a Class IIIb
CAUTION This product employs a Class IIIb Laser Diode that emits an invisible laser beam.
CAUTION
This product employs a Class
IIIb Laser Diode that emits an
invisible laser beam. The cover
should not be opened under
any circumstances.
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CAUTION The paste tank unit is very hot. To avoid getting burned DO NOT TOUCH.

CAUTION

The paste tank unit is very hot. To avoid getting burned DO NOT TOUCH.

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1.4 Installation Space

Allow sufficient space for facilitating copy operation, replenishing consuma- bles, changing parts, and periodic inspection. The whole machine may weigh approx. 1,065 kg at maximum, depending on the combination of options. Be sure to choose a level and solid floor for the installation place.

Unit: Unit: mm mm
Unit: Unit: mm mm

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FS-503

Unit: Unit: mm mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FS-503 Main body + DF-603
Unit: Unit: mm mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FS-503 Main body + DF-603
Unit: Unit: mm mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FS-503 Main body + DF-603
Unit: Unit: mm mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FS-503 Main body + DF-603

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-502

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Unit:Unit: mmmm

Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502

Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603
Unit:Unit: mmmm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + FS-503

PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + FS-503 Main
PF-701 + LS-501 + LS-502 Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + FS-503 Main

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-502 (×2) + FS-503

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Unit: mm
Unit: mm

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + FS-503

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501
Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501

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Unit: mm

Unit: mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view)

Unit: mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603
Unit: mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603
Unit: mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603
Unit: mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501

+ SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501
+ SD-501 (Side view) Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + SD-501 + PB-501

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Unit: mm
Unit: mm

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501

mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501 Main body +
mm Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501 Main body +

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501 + PB-501

+ PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501 Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501
+ PF-701 + FD-501 + SD-501 + PB-501 Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + LS-501

Main body + DF-603 + PF-701 + PB-501

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For EU member states only

This symbol means: Do not dispose of this product together with your household waste!

dispose of this product together with your household waste! Please refer to the info rmation of
dispose of this product together with your household waste! Please refer to the info rmation of

Please refer to the information of your local community or contact our dealers regrad- ing the proper handling of end-of-life elec- tric and electronic equipments. Recycling of this product will help to conserve natural

resources and prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health caused by inappropri-

ate waste handling.

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Machine Configuration

External Machine Items

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part name Description ADF (Automatic Docu- ment

No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Part name Description ADF (Automatic Docu- ment Feeder) automatically feeds multiple originals one at a

Part name

Description

ADF (Automatic Docu- ment Feeder)

automatically feeds multiple originals one at a time to the original glass for copying.

Touch Panel

displays interactive operation screens.

Sub power switch

turns machine power ON/OFF when pressed.

Control panel

controls copier operations and displays messages as re- quired.

Tray 3

(universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 2,000 sheets from A3 to A5.

Tray 4

(universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 2,000 sheets from A3 to A5. OHP films and thick paper are available from this tray only.

Tray 5

(universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 2,000 sheets from A3 to A5.

available from this tray only. Tray 5 (universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 2,000 sheets from
available from this tray only. Tray 5 (universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 2,000 sheets from
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No. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Part name Description Tray left side door

No.

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Part name Description Tray left side door opens to allow removal of mishandled paper. Tray

Part name

Description

Tray left side door

opens to allow removal of mishandled paper.

Tray 1

(universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 1,500 sheets from A3 to A5.

Tray 2

(universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 1,500 sheets from A3 to A5.

Front door

opens to allow removal of mishandled paper.

Toner unit door

opens to allow toner supply.

Options

see descritpion for each on the following pages

Left side door

opens together with the Front door to allow removal of mishandled paper or when turning on/off the main power switch.

opens together with the Front door to allow removal of mishandled paper or when turning on/off
opens together with the Front door to allow removal of mishandled paper or when turning on/off
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2.1.2 Internal Machine Items

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5
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Part name Description Total counter indicates the total

No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

Part name Description Total counter indicates the total number of copies and prints made. Conveyance

Part name

Description

Total counter

indicates the total number of copies and prints made.

Conveyance fixing unit

passes the paper through the drum unit, and fuses the toner onto the copy paper, and is to be withdrawn for re- moval of mishandled paper.

Lever A

can be moved to withdraw the conveyance fixing unit for removal of mishandled paper.

Drum unit

forms the copy image.

Fixing unit

fuses the toner onto the copy paper.

Main power switch

used only by service representative turns machine power on/off when pressed.

onto the copy paper. Main power switch used only by service representative turns machine power on/off
onto the copy paper. Main power switch used only by service representative turns machine power on/off

7 CAUTION

The internal fixing unit is very hot.

% To avoid getting burned, DO NOT TOUCH.

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2.1.3 Control Panel Layout

19 18 20 21 1 2 3 17 4 16 15 5 14 6 13
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No.

Part name

Description

turns machine power on/off when pressed.

enters numeric values.

restores copier to the initial settings.

stops copying/printing/scanning in progress to allow a simple copying job.

ceases the copying sequence; deletes the stored memo- ry.

outputs a single set of copies to confirm whether the cur- rent settings are selected properly.

activates copying or scanning.

lights in green when machine operation is available, and turns red if any operation cannot be started.

(Clear quantity) allows resetting of print quantity.

sets the machine to allow copying/scanning/printing only when the User Authentication/Volume Track password is entered.

1

Sub power switch

2

Keypad

3

Reset

4

Interrupt

5

Stop

6

Proof Copy

7

Start

8

Start LED

9

[C]

10

Access