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Operation Guide
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Keep it close to the copier for easy reference.
* The above illustration includes the optional original cover.
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  • Page 1

    Operation Guide

    * The above illustration includes the optional original cover.
    Please read the operation guide before using the copier.
    Keep it close to the copier for easy reference.



  • Page 2

    ● Off Mode

    We have determined as a participating company in the International
    Energy Star Program that this product is compliant with the standards
    laid out in the International Energy Star Program.

    About the International Energy Star Program
    International Energy Star Program has as its basic goals the promotion
    of efficient energy use and the reduction of the environmental pollution
    that accompanies energy consumption by promoting the manufacture
    and sale of products that fulfill program standards.
    International Energy Star Program standards require that copies come
    equipped with a “Low Power Mode” where energy consumption is reduced
    after a certain amount of time elapses since the device was last used, as
    well as an “Off Mode” where the device automatically turns itself off after
    there is no activity within a set amount of time. When the copier includes
    printer and fax functions, the printer and fax must enter a “Low Power
    Mode” where power consumption is automatically reduced after a certain
    amount of time elapses since they were last used, and they must also
    support a “Sleep Mode” where power consumption is reduced to a
    minimum when there is no activity within a set amount of time.
    This product is equipped with the following features as a result of its
    compliance with International Energy Star Program standards.

    The device automatically enters “Off Mode” when 60 minutes have passed
    since the device was last used. The amount of time of no activity that
    must pass before “Off Mode” is activated may be lengthened. For more
    information see “Auto shut-off function”.
    ● Sleep Mode (If the copier has printer and/or facsimile function)
    The device automatically enters “Sleep Mode” when 60 minutes have
    passed since the device was last used. The amount of time of no activity
    that must pass before “Sleep Mode” is activated may be lengthened. For
    more information see “Auto shut-off function”.
    ● Automatic 2-Sided Copy Function
    The Energy Star Program encourages the use of 2-sided copying which
    reduces the load on the environment. Your sales or service representative
    can provide information about adding 2-sided copying capabilities to this
    device.
    ● Paper Recycling
    The Energy Star Program encourages the use of environmentally friendly
    recycled paper. Your sales or service representative can provide
    information about recommended paper types.

    ● Low Power Mode
    The device automatically enters “Low Power Mode” when 15 minutes
    have passed since the device was last used. The amount of time of no
    activity that must pass before “Low Power Mode” is activated may be
    lengthened. See “Energy saver (preheat) function” for more information.

    All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or
    mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in
    writing from the Publisher.
    Legal Restriction On Copying
    • It may be prohibited to copy copyrighted material without permission of the copyright owner.
    • It is prohibited under any circumstances to copy domestic or foreign currencies.
    • Copying other items may be prohibited.



  • Page 3

    Please read this Operation Guide before using the copier. Keep it close to the copier for easy reference.
    The sections of this guide and parts of the copier marked with symbols are safety warnings meant to protect the user, other
    individuals and surrounding objects, and ensure correct and safe usage of the copier. The symbols and their meanings are
    indicated below.
    DANGER: Indicates that serious injury or even death will very possibly result from insufficient attention to or
    incorrect compliance with the related points.
    WARNING: Indicates that serious injury or even death may result from insufficient attention to or incorrect compliance
    with the related points.
    CAUTION: Indicates that personal injury or mechanical damage may result from insufficient attention to or incorrect
    compliance with the related points.
    Symbols
    The m symbol indicates that the related section includes safety warnings. Specific points of attention are indicated inside
    the symbol.
    ................. [General warning]

    ................. [Warning of danger of electrical shock]

    ................. [Warning of high temperature]

    The
    symbol indicates that the related section includes information on prohibited actions. Specifics of the prohibited
    action are indicated inside the symbol.
    .................. [Warning of prohibited action]

    ................... [Disassembly prohibited]

    The ● symbol indicates that the related section includes information on actions which must be performed. Specifics of the
    required action are indicated inside the symbol.
    .................. [Alert of required action]

    .................. [Remove the power plug from the outlet]

    .................. [Always connect the copier to an outlet with a ground connection]
    Please contact your service representative to order a replacement if the safety warnings in this Operation Guide are
    illegible or if the guide itself is missing. (fee required)



  • Page 4

    CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1
    IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ FIRST ...1-1
    CAUTION LABELS ............................................... 1-1
    INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS .......................... 1-2
    PRECAUTIONS FOR USE .................................. 1-3

    3.

    4.

    CHAPTER 2
    NAMES OF PARTS .......................... 2-1
    (1) Main body .................................................... 2-1
    (2) Operation panel ........................................... 2-3
    (3) Touch panel ................................................. 2-4

    5.

    CHAPTER 3
    HOW TO LOAD PAPER ................... 3-1
    1.

    How to load paper ............................................... 3-1
    (1) Precautions for loading paper ...................... 3-1
    (2) Loading paper into the drawer ..................... 3-1
    (3) Loading paper into the multi-bypass ............ 3-2
    2. Replacing the toner container and
    waste toner box ................................................... 3-4

    CHAPTER 4
    BASIC OPERATION ........................ 4-1
    1.
    2.

    3.
    4.
    5.

    Basic copying procedure ..................................... 4-1
    Enlargement/reduction ........................................ 4-4
    (1) Auto magnification selection mode .............. 4-4
    (2) Zoom copy mode ......................................... 4-5
    (3) Standard zoom mode .................................. 4-6
    (4) XY zoom mode ............................................ 4-6
    Interrupt copying .................................................. 4-7
    Energy saver (preheat) function .......................... 4-8
    Auto shut-off function ........................................... 4-8

    6.
    7.
    8.

    Overlaying images [Form overlay mode] ........... 5-15
    Making a booklet (sheet originals)
    [Booklet copy mode] .......................................... 5-16
    9. Making a booklet (two-page [open-face] originals)
    [Booklet + cover copy mode] ............................. 5-18
    10.
    11.
    12.
    13.
    14.
    15.
    16.
    17.
    18.
    19.

    CHAPTER 5
    FUNCTIONS..................................... 5-1
    1.

    2.

    i

    Duplex copying from various originals
    [Duplex copy] ....................................................... 5-1
    (1) Duplex copying from two-sided originals ..... 5-1
    (2) Duplex copying from a book original ............ 5-1
    (3) Duplex copying from one-sided originals ..... 5-2
    Copying two-page originals as separate pages
    [Page separation copy mode] .............................. 5-4
    (1) Page separation copies from
    book originals ............................................... 5-4

    (2) Page separation copies from two-sided
    originals ....................................................... 5-4
    Making a margin space for binding
    [Margin mode] ..................................................... 5-6
    (1) Margin .......................................................... 5-6
    (2) Front & back margin ..................................... 5-6
    Making copies with clean edges
    [Border erase mode] ............................................ 5-8
    (1) Erasing blemishes from edges of copies
    (Sheet Erase) ............................................... 5-8
    (2) Erasing blemishes from the edges and middle
    of copies made from books (Book Erase) .... 5-8
    One copy from two or four originals
    [Layout copy] ..................................................... 5-10
    (1) 2 in 1 .......................................................... 5-10
    (2) 4 in 1 .......................................................... 5-10
    Printing page numbers on the copies
    [Print page numbers function] ........................... 5-12

    20.
    21.

    22.
    23.

    Sorting without document finisher [Sort copy] ... 5-20
    Rotate sort copy mode ...................................... 5-21
    Auto selection mode .......................................... 5-22
    Adding covers for copies ................................... 5-23
    Original size selection ....................................... 5-25
    Feeding paper as a backing sheet for transparencies
    [Transparency + backing sheet modes] ............. 5-26
    Inverting black and white [Invert copy mode] ..... 5-28
    Making mirror-image copies
    [Mirror copy mode] ............................................. 5-29
    Copying large number of originals in one batch
    [Batch scanning] ................................................ 5-30
    Reducing toner consumption
    [Toner economy mode] ...................................... 5-31
    Original set direction .......................................... 5-32
    Memorizing frequently used settings
    [Program mode] ................................................ 5-33
    (1) Registering various settings as a single
    program ...................................................... 5-33
    (2) Copying with a registered program ............ 5-34
    (3) Changing the name of
    the program button ..................................... 5-35
    (4) Deleting the program ................................. 5-36
    (5) Entering the program name ....................... 5-37
    Using the [Register] key .................................... 5-39
    Deleting the [Register] key ................................ 5-41



  • Page 5

    CHAPTER 6
    COPIER MANAGEMENT ................. 6-1
    1.

    2.

    3.
    4.
    5.

    Copy management mode .................................... 6-1
    (1) Copy management mode ............................. 6-1
    (2) How to display the “Management code menu”
    screen .......................................................... 6-3
    (3) How to make various settings ...................... 6-3
    (4) Making copies when the copier is in the copy
    management mode ...................................... 6-9
    Default settings .................................................. 6-11
    (1) “Machine default” settings .......................... 6-11
    (2) Accessing the machine default setting
    mode .......................................................... 6-13
    (3) Changing the default settings .................... 6-13
    (4) Copy default settings ................................. 6-23
    (5) Accessing the copy default setting mode .. 6-24
    (6) Changing the copy default settings ............ 6-25
    Print Form .......................................................... 6-35
    Selection of language ........................................ 6-37
    Drum refreshing ................................................. 6-38

    CHAPTER 9
    CLEANING AND
    SPECIFICATIONS ............................ 9-1
    1.
    2.
    3.

    Cleaning the copier ............................................. 9-1
    Specifications ...................................................... 9-3
    Optional units ...................................................... 9-4

    CHAPTER 7
    OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ................. 7-1
    (1) Duplex Document Processor ....................... 7-1
    (2) Document Processor ................................... 7-2
    (3) Paper Feeder ............................................... 7-3
    (4) Paper Feeder ............................................... 7-3
    (5) Document Finisher ....................................... 7-3
    (6) Document Finisher ....................................... 7-6
    (7) Built-in Finisher ............................................ 7-6
    (8) Duplex unit ................................................... 7-7
    (9) Job separator ............................................... 7-8
    (10) Key counter .................................................. 7-8
    (11) Printer board ................................................ 7-8
    (12) Printer/scanner kit ........................................ 7-8
    (13) Fax kit .......................................................... 7-8

    CHAPTER 8
    WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS ....... 8-1
    1.
    2.
    3.

    4.

    Error messages ................................................... 8-1
    When an indicator lights or blinks orange ............ 8-3
    When paper misfeeds .......................................... 8-3
    (1) Cautions ....................................................... 8-4
    (2) Removal procedures .................................... 8-4
    Troubleshooting ................................................. 8-11

    ii



  • Page 6

    ●MAKING FULL USE OF THE MACHINE’S ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
    1 Having the machine automatically select
    2 Making clear reproductions of photo3 Various functions for making enlarged
    paper of the same size as the original
    <Paper size selection> (page 4-2)

    graphs
    <Copy quality selection> (Page 4-3)

    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk

    and reduced copies
    Ⅵ Enlarging/reducing copies to fit the
    size of paper in a specified drawer
    <Auto magnification selection mode>
    (page 4-4)
    11"✕17" (A3)

    abc
    defghi
    jkmn

    8 1/2"✕11" (A4)

    129% (141%)

    5 1/2"✕8 1/2" (A5)

    Ⅵ Enlarging/reducing copies to any desired
    size in the 25 – 400% range (in 25 – 200%
    range when using the Document Processor)
    <Zoom copy mode> (page 4-5)

    Ⅵ Selecting the zoom ratio with one touch
    <Standard zoom mode> (page 4-6)

    70%

    Ⅵ Selecting the zoom ratio for the length and
    the width of the copy independently
    <XY zoom mode> (page 4-6)

    141%
    400%

    50%

    25%

    64% (70%)

    M

    M

    Y%

    X%
    400%

    4

    Duplex copying from various originals
    <Duplex copy> (page 5-1)
    * When optional duplex unit is installed.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    4
    2

    3
    1

    2

    7

    Making copies with clean edges
    <Border erase mode> (page 5-8)

    6

    Making a margin on copies
    <Margin mode> (page 5-6)

    12 1 2

    5

    5

    Copying two-page originals as separate
    pages <Page separation copy mode>
    (page 5-4)
    * When optional duplex document processor is installed.

    8

    1

    1

    2

    Making one copy from two or four originals
    <Layout copy> (page 5-10)

    9

    Printing page numbers on the copies
    <Print page numbers function>
    (page 5-12)

    A

    A
    B

    B
    C

    C
    D

    D

    -1-2-3-4-

    10 Overlaying images
    <Form overlay mode> (page 5-15)

    12 Making a booklet (two-page [open-face]

    11 Making a booklet (sheet originals)

    originals) <Booklet + cover copy
    mode> (page 5-18)

    <Booklet copy mode> (page 5-16)

    a

    A
    B
    C
    iii

    A
    B
    C

    b

    a

    b

    AB

    AB



  • Page 7

    ● MAKING FULL USE OF THE MACHINE’S ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

    13 Sorting automatically

    14 Changing copy orientation for easy sort-

    <Sort copy> (page 5-20)

    ing
    <Rotate sort copy mode> (page 5-21)

    15 Making copies from originals of different
    sizes at a time
    <Auto selection mode> (page 5-22)

    3
    2
    1

    AB 1

    3
    3
    2

    2
    1

    1

    3
    2

    AB 1

    1

    16 Adding a front cover at the top for copies
    <Adding a front cover> (page 5-23)

    1

    2

    3

    4

    17 Feeding paper as a backing sheet for
    transparencies <Transparency + backing sheet modes> (page 5-26)

    4
    2

    3
    1

    19 Making mirror-image copies
    <Mirror image mode> (page 5-29)

    B
    A
    20 Copying large number of originals in one
    batch <Batch scanning> (page 5-30)

    A B C

    22 Memorizing frequently used settings
    <Program mode> (page 5-33)

    2
    1

    mode> (page 5-28)

    5

    5

    3 4 5

    18 Inverting black and white <Invert copy

    A

    B

    available
    Ⅵ Duplex Document Processor
    (page 7-1)

    <Toner economy mode> (page 5-31)

    C

    23 Using department codes to manage the

    24 Changing the language used on the

    number of copies made by each department <Copy management mode>
    (page 6-1)

    touch panel <Touch panel language
    selection> (page 6-37)
    English

    6
    7
    8

    25 A full range of optional equipment is

    21 Reducing the toner consumption

    Ⅵ Document Processor (only for Copiers
    with a copy speed of 25 copies per
    minute) (page 7-2)

    Español

    Ⅵ Paper Feeder (page 7-3)

    iv



  • Page 8

    ● MAKING FULL USE OF THE MACHINE’S ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
    Ⅵ Paper Feeder (page 7-3)

    Ⅵ Document Finisher (page 7-3)

    Ⅵ Document Finisher (page 7-6)

    Ⅵ Built-in Finisher (page 7-6)

    Ⅵ Duplex unit (page 7-7)

    Ⅵ Job separator (page 7-8)

    Ⅵ Key counter (page 7-8)

    Ⅵ Printer board (page 7-8)

    Ⅵ Printer/scanner kit (page 7-8)

    Ⅵ Fax kit (page 7-8)

    v



  • Page 9

    CHAPTER 1

    IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ FIRST

    CAUTION LABELS
    Caution labels have been attached to the copier at the following locations for safety purposes.
    BE SUFFICIENTLY CAREFUL to avoid fire or electric shock when removing a paper jam or when replacing toner.

    Label 1
    High temperature inside. Do not
    touch parts in this area, because
    there is a danger of getting burned.

    Label 4
    High temperature inside.
    Do not touch parts in this
    area, because there is a
    danger of getting burned.

    Label 2
    Do not incinerate toner and
    toner containers. Dangerous
    sparks may cause burn. ......

    Label 3
    Moving parts inside. May cause
    personal injury. Do not touch
    moving parts. .................................

    NOTE: DO NOT remove these labels.
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  • Page 10

    INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
    ■ Environmment

    CAUTION
    • Avoid placing the copier on or in locations which
    are unstable or not level. Such locations may
    cause the copier to fall down or fall over. This
    type of situation presents a danger of personal
    injury or damage to the copier. ..............................
    • Avoid locations with humidity or dust and dirt. If
    dust or dirt become attached to the power plug,
    clean the plug to avoid the danger of fire or
    electrical shock. .....................................................
    • Avoid locations near radiators, heaters, or other
    heat sources, or locations near flammable items,
    to avoid the danger of fire. ....................................
    • To keep the copier cool and facilitate changing of
    parts and maintenance, allow access space as
    shown below.
    Leave adequate space, especially around the
    rear cover, to allow air to be properly ventilated
    out of the copier. ....................................................

    • During copying, some ozone is released, but the amount
    does not cause any ill effect to one's health. If, however,
    the copier is used over a long period of time in a poorly
    ventilated room or when making an extremely large
    number of copies, the smell may become unpleasant. To
    maintain the appropriate environment for copy work, it is
    suggested that the room be properly ventilated.

    ■ Power supply/Grounding the copier

    WARNING
    • DO NOT use a power supply with a voltage other
    than that specified. Avoid multiple connections in
    the same outlet. These types of situations present
    a danger of fire or electrical shock. .......................
    • Plug the power cord securely into the outlet. If
    metallic objects come in contact with the prongs
    on the plug, it may cause a fire or electric shock. .
    • Always connect the copier to an outlet with a
    ground connection to avoid the danger of fire or
    electrical shock in case of an electric short. If an
    earth connection is not possible, contact your
    service representative. ..........................................
    Other precautions
    • Connect the power plug to the closest outlet possible to
    the copier.

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    • Always use the caster stoppers to stabilize the
    copier once it is in place to keep it from moving
    and/or falling over and causing injury. ...................
    Other precautions
    • Adverse environmental conditions may affect the safe
    operation and performance of the copier. Install in an airconditioned room (recommended room temperature:
    around 68°F (20°C), humidity: around 65%RH) and
    avoid the following locations when selecting a site for the
    copier.
    . Avoid locations near a window or with exposure to
    direct sunlight.
    . Avoid locations with vibrations.
    . Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
    . Avoid locations with direct exposure to hot or cold air.
    . Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
    • If the copier is moved after installation, the flooring may
    be damaged by the casters depending on the flooring
    material.

    1-2

    • The power supply cord is used as the main disconnect
    device. Ensure that the socket/outlet is located/installed
    near the equipment and is easily accessible.

    ■ Handling of plastic bags

    WARNING
    • Keep the plastic bags that are used with the
    copier away from children. The plastic may cling
    to their nose and mouth causing suffocation. ........



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    PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
    ■ Cautions when using the copier

    WARNING
    • DO NOT place metallic objects or containers with
    water (flower vases, flower pots, cups, etc.) on or
    near the copier. This of situation presents a
    danger of fire or electrical shock should they fall
    inside. ....................................................................
    • DO NOT remove any of the covers from the
    copier as there is a danger of electrical shock
    from high voltage parts inside the copier. .............
    • DO NOT damage, break or attempt to repair the
    power cord. DO NOT place heavy objects on the
    cord, pull it, bend it unnecessarily or cause any
    other type of damage.
    These types of situations present a danger of fire
    or electrical shock. ................................................
    • NEVER attempt to repair or disassemble the
    copier or its parts as there is a danger of fire,
    electrical shock or damage to the laser. If the
    laser beam escapes, there is a danger of it
    causing blindness. .................................................
    • If the copier becomes excessively hot, smoke
    appears from the copier, there is an odd smell, or
    any other abnormal situation occurs, there is a
    danger of fire or electrical shock. Turn the main
    switch OFF (ࠗ) immediately, remove the power
    plug from the outlet and contact your service
    representative. ......................................................
    • If anything harmful (paper clips, water, other
    fluids, etc.) falls into the copier, turn the main
    switch OFF (ࠗ) immediately. Next, remove the
    power plug from the outlet to avoid the danger of
    fire or electrical shock. Then contact your service
    representative. ......................................................

    CAUTION
    • DO NOT pull the power cord when removing it
    from the outlet. If the power cord is pulled, the
    wires may become broken and there is a danger
    of fire or electrical shock. (ALWAYS grasp the
    power plug when removing the power cord from
    the outlet.) .............................................................
    • ALWAYS remove the power plug from the outlet
    when moving the copier. If the power cord is
    damaged, there is a danger of fire or electrical
    shock. ....................................................................
    • If the copier will not be used for a short period of
    time (overnight, etc.), turn the main switch OFF
    (ࠗ).
    If it will not be used for an extended period of time
    (vacations, etc.), remove the power plug from the
    outlet for safety purposes during the time the
    copier is not in use. ...............................................
    • ALWAYS hold the designated parts only when
    lifting or moving the copier. ...................................
    • For safety purposes, ALWAYS remove the power
    plug from the outlet when performing cleaning
    operations. ............................................................
    • If dust accumulates within the copier, there is a
    danger of fire or other trouble. It is therefore
    recommended that you consult with your service
    representative in regard to cleaning of internal
    parts. This is particularly effective if accomplished
    prior to seasons of high humidity. Consult with
    your service representative in regard to the cost
    of cleaning the internal parts of the copier. ...........

    • DO NOT remove or connect the power plug with
    wet hands, as there is a danger of electrical
    shock. ....................................................................
    • ALWAYS contact your service representative for
    maintenance or repair of internal parts. ................

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  • Page 12

    PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
    Other precautions
    • DO NOT place heavy objects on the copier or cause
    other damage to the copier.
    • DO NOT open the front cover, turn off the main switch,
    or pull out the power plug during copying.
    • When lifting or moving the copier, contact your service
    representative.
    • Do not touch electrical parts, such as connectors or
    printed circuit boards. They could be damaged by static
    electricity.
    • DO NOT attempt to perform any operations not
    explained in this handbook.
    • CAUTION : Use of controls or adjustments or
    performance of procedures other than those specified
    herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
    • Do not look directly at the light from the scanning lamp
    as it may cause your eyes to feel tired or painful.

    ■ Cautions when handling
    consumables

    CAUTION
    • DO NOT attempt to incinerate the toner
    containers or the waste toner box. Dangerous
    sparks may cause burns. ......................................
    • Keep the toner containers and the waste toner
    box out of the reach of children. ............................
    • If toner happens to spill from the toner containers
    or the waste toner box, avoid inhalation and
    ingestion, as well as contact with your eyes and
    skin. .......................................................................
    . If you do happen to inhale toner, move to a place with
    fresh air and gargle thoroughly with a large amount of
    water. If coughing develops, contact a physician.
    . If you do happen to ingest toner, rinse your mouth out
    with water and drink 1 or 2 cups of water to dilute the
    contents of your stomach. If necessary, contact a
    physician.
    . If you do happen to get toner in your eyes, flush them
    thoroughly with water. If there is any remaining
    tenderness, contact a physician.
    . If toner does happen to get on your skin, wash with
    soap and water.
    • DO NOT attempt to force open or destroy the
    toner containers or the waste toner box. ...............
    Other precautions
    • After use, ALWAYS dispose of the toner containers and
    the waste toner box in accordance with Federal, State
    and Local rules and regulations.
    • Store all consumables in a cool, dark location.
    • If you will not be using the copier for a prolonged period
    of time, remove all paper from the drawer(s) and the
    multi-bypass tray and seal in its original packaging.

    1-4



  • Page 13

    CHAPTER 2

    NAMES OF PARTS

    (1) Main body

    1

    5
    2
    6

    4

    3

    7
    8

    9

    1 Original cover (Option)
    (Open/close to set the original on the platen.)
    2 Operation panel
    (Contains the keys and indicators for operating the copier.)
    3 Left cover 1 handle
    (Pull up to open the left cover 1.)
    4 Left cover 1
    (Open when a paper misfeed occurs.)
    5 Platen
    (Set originals here for copying. Place originals face-down with the edges aligned with the size scales on the left and rear sides of the
    platen.)
    6 Original size scales
    (Be sure to align the original with these when setting the original on the platen.)
    7 Drawer 1
    (Holds up to 500 sheets of standard paper [standard paper specified by our company].)
    8 Drawer 2
    (Holds up to 500 sheets of standard paper [standard paper specified by our company].)
    9 Left cover 2
    (Open when a paper misfeed occurs inside the left cover 2.)

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    8
    C

    7
    B

    H

    9
    D

    A

    0
    E
    F

    0

    J

    I

    K

    G

    0 Multi-Bypass
    (Load paper here when copying onto small-size or special paper.)
    A Insert guides
    (Be sure to set the paper width when loading paper on the multi-bypass.)
    B Toner container
    C Toner container release lever
    (Operate to replace the toner container.)
    D Waste toner box
    E Cleaning shaft
    (Pull and push back in after toner container replacement or when copy images become soiled with toner.)
    F Front cover
    (Open to replace the toner container or waste toner box.)
    G Main switch
    (Turn ON ( I ) before starting to make copies.)
    H Copy store section
    (Copied paper is stored here.)
    I Length adjustment plate
    (Adjust to the length of the paper to be set in the drawer.)
    J Width adjustment lever
    (Hold the lever and adjust the width guide to the width of the paper to be set in the drawer.)
    K Handles for transport
    (Become handles when pulled out.)

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    (2) Operation panel
    E

    D

    C

    B
    Printer
    Priority Output

    A

    0

    Facsimile
    Priority Output

    Auto Selection

    6

    5

    4

    Management

    Interrupt

    Energy Saver

    Copier

    1

    2

    3

    Printer

    4

    5

    6

    Scanner

    7

    8

    9

    Fax

    F

    7

    G

    9

    1 [Start] key (Indicator)
    (When the indicator is lit green, press to start copying.)
    2 [Stop/Clear] key
    (Press to stop copying or to change the number of copies to
    be made.)
    3 [Reset] key
    (See the “Initial mode” on this page.)
    4 [Energy Saver] (preheat) key
    (Press to select the energy saver mode. Press again to cancel
    the energy saver mode.)
    5 [Interrupt] key (Indicator)
    (Press to interrupt copying. The indicator will light when the
    key is pressed. See page 4-7.)
    6 [Management] key
    (While the copy management mode is ON, press to enter the
    department code after copying is finished.)
    7 [ ] (Default) key
    (Press to change the default settings as appropriate to your
    desired copying conditions.)
    8 Numeric keys
    (Press to set the number of copies or enter a desired value.)
    9 Touch panel
    (Displays messages on how to operate the copier as well as
    trouble. Each function key is also displayed.)
    0 [Auto Selection] key (Indicator)
    (Press to select the auto selection mode. The indicator is lit
    while the auto selection mode is ON. Optional Document Processor or Duplex Document Processor is required for this function. See page 5-22.)
    A [Facsimile Priority Output] key (Indicator)
    (Press to select the fax priority output mode. The indicator is lit
    when the fax priority mode is available. For detailed information, refer to the operation guide for the optional fax kit.)
    B [Printer Priority Output] key (Indicator)
    (Press to select the printer priority output mode. The indicator
    is lit when the printer priority mode is available. For detailed
    information, refer to the operation guide for the optional printer
    board or printer/scanner kit.)
    C Brightness adjustment control dial
    (Turn this dial when you want to adjust the brightness of the
    touch panel.)
    D [Copier] key (Indicator)
    (Press to use the copier functions. The indicator lights or blinks
    green or orange according to the state of the machine.)

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    0

    Start

    8

    1

    2

    3

    E [Printer] key (Indicator)
    (Press to use the optional printer functions. The indicator lights
    or blinks green or orange according to the state of the machine.)
    F [Scanner] key (Indicator)
    (Press to use the optional scanner functions. The indicator
    lights or blinks green or orange according to the state of the
    machine.)
    G [Fax] key (Indicator)
    (Press to switch to the fax mode when using the optional fax
    function. The indicator will light while the copier is in the fax
    mode.)

    • Initial mode (at the end of warm-up or when the Reset key
    is pressed)
    In the initial mode, paper of the same size as the original is selected automatically (“auto paper selection mode”), the number
    of copies is set to “1” and copy quality is set to “Text + Photo”.
    NOTE
    • It is also possible to change the default setting for copy exposure adjustment to “auto exposure mode” in the initial mode.
    (See “Exposure mode” on page 6-25.)

    • Auto clear function
    A specified time (about 10 to 270 seconds) after copying stops,
    the copier will automatically return to the same settings as those
    after warm up. (However, the exposure mode and image quality
    will not change.) Copying can be performed at the same settings
    (copy mode, number of copies and exposure mode) if copying is
    started before the auto clear function operates.
    • Automatic drawer switching function
    If two drawers contain paper of the same size in the same orientation and the paper in one drawer runs out during copying, this
    function switches paper feed from the empty drawer to the full
    drawer.
    NOTE
    • The automatic drawer switching function can be disabled. (See
    “Auto casette switching ON/OFF” on page 6-13.)

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    (3) Touch panel
    Inch specifications
    1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    G

    H

    6 5 AJ

    B 0 9I

    8

    7C

    D

    E

    Metric specifications
    2

    1

    3

    F
    4

    G

    H

    6 5 AJ

    B 0 9I

    1 Displays messages regarding the machine status and required
    operations.
    2 Displays the size and magnification ratio of the paper set in
    each drawer.
    3 Displays the number of copies to be made.
    4 Paper size keys (Indicator icon)
    (Displays the size of paper that is set in each of the drawers.
    When selecting the drawer from which paper will be fed, touch
    the appropriate key to highlight that key. The [*] key is displsyed
    when the special paper is set. Drawers 3 and 4 are displayed
    when the optional cassette/paper feeder is attached.)
    5 [APS] key
    (Touch this key to automatically select the paper size.)
    6 [Bypass] key
    (Touch this key to copy onto paper set in the multi-bypass tray.)
    7 [AMS] key
    (Touch this key to automatically select the magnification ratio.)
    8 [Reduce/Enlarge] key
    (Touch this key to manually select the magnification ratio.)
    9 100% key
    (Touch this key to set the magnification ratio to 100%.)
    0 Copy exposure adjustment key/Copy exposure indicator
    (Touch the appropriate key to manually adjust the copy exposure. The current setting is displayed on the copy exposure
    indicator.)

    2-4

    8

    7C

    D

    E

    A [Exposure] key
    (Touch this key to display the exposure setting screen.)
    B [Eco] key
    (Touch this key to highlight it to enter the toner economy mode
    where the exposure level will be lowered and toner consumption reduced. Use this mode as well for test printing and the
    like when high quality printing is not required. For information
    on how to select whether you want the toner economy mode
    to be automatically selected or not each time the copier is
    turned on, see “Eco print” on page 6-27.)
    C [Sort: OFF] key
    (Touch this key when the sort function is not used.)
    D [Sort: ON] key
    (Touch this key when the sort function is used.)
    E [Sort/Finish] key
    (Touch this key when displaying the Sort/Finish function selection screen.)
    F Registration keys
    (Touch this key to recall the registered settings. Each function
    on the Function screen can be registered to the registration
    keys.)
    G [Basic] key
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    H [User choice] key
    (Touch this key to display the User choice screen.)

    J [Program] key
    (Touch this key to register the current settings as a single program, or to delete a registered program.)

    Inch specifications
    NOTE
    When touching the key with the “ ᮣ” mark at the lorwer-right corner, the setting screen will be displayed.
    Inch specifications
    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications
    I [Function] key
    (Touch this key to display the Function screen.)
    Inch specifications

    [Resister] key
    (Touch this key to register the settings to a registration key.)
    [Back] key
    (Touch this key to return to the initial screen of the current
    mode.)
    [Close] key
    (Touch this key to return to the previous screen.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • Displayed keys on the Basic, User choice screen can be changed
    or added using Customize (Main function) or Customize (Add
    function) on page 6-34.

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    CHAPTER 3

    HOW TO LOAD PAPER

    1. How to load paper
    Paper can be loaded into the two drawers and the multi-bypass.

    1

    Pull the drawer out toward you as far as it will go.
    * Do not pull more than one drawer out at a time.

    2

    Hold the width adjustment lever and move it to align the
    width guide with the required paper width.
    Paper sizes are marked inside the drawer.

    3

    Hold the length adjustment plate and move it to align
    with the required paper length.

    (1) Precautions for loading paper
    After unpacking the paper, fan it several times and then load into
    the tray.

    IMPORTANT
    • Loading paper into the standard drawer, optional paper feeder
    or multi-bypass when some paper is still remaining in each of
    them may cause paper misfeeds.

    (2) Loading paper into the drawer
    Up to 500 sheets of standard paper (75 or 80 g/m2/standard paper as specified by our company) or colored paper can be loaded
    into the each drawer.
    (Inch specifications)
    • The each drawer can be set to hold paper of any desired size
    from 11" ✕ 17" to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The each drawer can be set to hold paper of any desired size
    from A3 to A5R and Folio.
    IMPORTANT
    • Set the type of paper (standard paper, recycled paper, letterheads or colored paper) to be loaded in the drawer in “Paper
    type (1st to 2nd cassette)” on page 6-16.

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    4

    Set the paper flush against the left-hand wall of the
    drawer.

    NOTE
    • Before leaving the copier in disuse for a prolonged period of
    time, remove the paper from the drawer(s) and seal it in its original packaging to protect from moisture. Also, when storing paper in a high temperature and high humidity environment, seal
    it in a moisture-proof bag.

    (3) Loading paper into the multi-bypass
    Special paper as well as standard paper can be loaded into the
    multi-bypass. When copying onto transparencies or thick paper,
    be sure to use the multi-bypass.
    IMPORTANT
    • There is a sticker (1 in the illustration) indicating paper capacity attached to the inside of the drawer. Do not load paper above
    this limit.
    • When loading paper into the drawer, make sure that the copy
    side is facing upward. (The copy side is the side facing upward
    when the package is opened.)
    • Check that the length adjustment plate makes secure contact
    with the paper. If there is a gap, adjust the position of the length
    adjustment plate.
    • If small-size paper jams frequently under high temperature and
    high humidity conditions, reduce the number of sheets to the
    level of the black line indicated on the sticker 1.

    1

    5

    6

    3-2

    NOTE
    • Up to 200 sheets of standard paper, colored paper and letterheads can be loaded into the multi-bypass.
    • The types of special paper and the number of sheets that can
    be loaded in the multi-bypass are:
    - Transparencies: 25 sheets
    - Standard paper (120g/m2, 160g/m2): 100 sheets

    IMPORTANT
    • When setting special paper, such as transparencies and thick
    paper, into the multi-bypass, select the type of paper by referring to “Check bypass sizing” on page 6-16.
    • For the copier with Inch Specifications:
    When loading the transparency on the multi-bypass, put a same
    size paper under the transparency and set together on the multibypass.
    Otherwise, a last transparency would not be fed.

    1

    Open the multi-bypass.

    2

    Adjust the insert guides to the size of the paper to be
    loaded.

    Set the supplied paper size sheet so that the size of the
    paper loaded can be checked by looking at the front of
    the drawer.

    Gently push the drawer back in.
    * Check that the paper is kept under the claws of the
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    3

    Insert the paper along the guides as far as it will go.

    3

    Open the flap of the envelope and set it with the copy
    side facing up ward. With the flap facing the outside, insert the envelope into the slot along the insert guides as
    far as it will go.

    IMPORTANT
    • When loading paper into the multi-bypass, make sure that the
    copy side is facing upward. (The copy side is the side facing
    upward when the package is opened.) If the leading edge of the
    paper is curled, straighten it out before loading the paper in the
    multi-bypass.

    NOTE
    • Incorrectly loading envelopes can result in printing in the wrong
    orientation or on the wrong side.

    • Setting envelopes
    When using the optional printer function, envelopes can be set in
    the multi-bypass.
    NOTE
    • The types of envelopes that can be used are COM-10, Monarch, DL and C5. Up to 20 envelopes can be loaded in the multibypass at a time.

    1

    Open the multi-bypass.

    2

    Align the insert guides with the envelope size.

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    2. Replacing the toner container and waste toner box
    If “Add toner to resume copying.” appears on the message display, replenish the toner. Although several copies can be made
    after the message appears, it is recommended to replace the
    toner container immediately. After replacing the toner container,
    be sure to also replace the waste toner box.
    * Replenish toner only when the message is displayed.

    2

    Push up the toner container release lever and slowly
    pull the old toner container out until the handle can be
    seen.

    Inch specification

    WARNING

    Metric specification

    High voltage is present in the charger section. Take
    sufficient care when working in this area, as there is
    a danger of electrical shock.

    CAUTION
    DO NOT attempt to incinerate the toner containers or
    the waste toner box. Dangerous sparks may cause
    burns.

    CAUTION
    Do not pull the toner container all the way as it can
    fall off.

    3

    Grasp the handle on the toner container, push the lock
    lever up again and gently lift the toner container.

    4

    Take out the new toner container from the bag, and then
    tap it on the top 5 to 6 times.

    CAUTION
    DO NOT attempt to force open or destroy the toner
    containers or the waste toner box.

    1

    3-4

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    5

    Thoroughly shake the toner container (in the direction of
    the arrow) ten times or more to loosen and mix the toner
    inside.

    6

    Grasp the handle on the toner container and insert the
    toner container along the rail of the printer.

    9

    Close the opening of the waste toner box with its seal.

    CAUTION
    DO NOT attempt to incinerate the toner containers or
    the waste toner box. Dangerous sparks may cause
    burns.

    CAUTION
    DO NOT attempt to force open or destroy the toner
    containers or the waste toner box.

    7

    Hold the toner container by hands and fully insert it into
    the printer.

    10

    Remove the cap from the grid cleaner.

    8

    Remove the waste toner box.

    11

    Attach the grid cleaner to the machine body aligning with
    the notches.

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    12

    Gently pull the electrostatic section as far as it will go,
    push and pull it several times, and then push it back in.

    13

    Remove the grid cleaner and replace the cap.

    14

    Fit the new waste toner box into the copier.

    15

    Gently pull the cleaning shaft as far as it will go, push
    and pull it several times, and then push it back in.

    17

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    18

    Clean the separator by moving the cleaning brush from
    left to right several times along with the separator.

    19

    Close the front cover and left cover 1.

    NOTE

    2

    1

    IMPORTANT
    • Do not pull the cleaning shaft with force or pull it out completely.

    16

    3-6

    Remove the cleaning brush.

    • To keep the best copying quality, perform cleaning of steps 15
    and 18 described above periodically (approximately once a
    month) in addition to the time of toner container replacement.

    ● After use, ALWAYS dispose of the toner containers
    and the waste toner box in accordance with
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    CHAPTER 4

    BASIC OPERATION

    1. Basic copying procedure

    1

    Inch specifications

    3

    Metric specifications
    1. Warm-up
    Turn the main switch ON ( | ). At the end of warm-up, “Ready to
    copy.” will appear on the message display.

    3

    NOTE
    • If originals are set and the Start key is pressed while the copier
    is still warming up, copying will begin as soon as warm-up ends.

    2

    2. Setting originals
    Set originals on the platen or in the Document Processor.
    When setting the original on the platen, adjust it with the original
    size scales based on the left rear position.
    NOTE
    • See page 7-1 for how to set originals in the Document Processor.

    3. Function selection
    Select from the copier’s various functions.
    • Enlargement/reduction (see page 4-4)
    • Interrupt copying (see page 4-7)
    • Duplex copying from various originals (see page 5-1)
    • Copying two-page originals as separate pages (see page
    5-4)
    • Making a margin space for binding (see page 5-6)
    • Making copies with clean edges (see page 5-8)
    • One copy from two or four originals (see page 5-10)
    • Printing page numbers on the copies (see page 5-12)
    • Overlaying images (see page 5-15)
    • Making a booklet (sheet originals) (see page 5-16)
    • Making a booklet (two-page [open-face] originals) (see
    page 5-18)
    • Sorting without document finisher (see page 5-20)
    • Rotate copy (see page 5-21)
    • Auto selection mode (see page 5-22)
    • Adding covers for copies (see page 5-23)
    • Feeding a paper as a backing sheet for transparencies
    (see page 5-26)
    • Inverting black and white (see page 5-28)
    • Making mirror-image copies (see page 5-29)
    • Copying large number of originals in one batch (see page
    5-30)

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    Inch specifications

    4

    Inch specifications

    5

    Metric specifications

    4

    4. Paper size selection
    When “APS” highlights on the message display, paper of the same
    size as the original is automatically selected. To copy the original’s
    image onto a desired size of paper without changing the size of
    the image, press the Paper selection key for the desired size of
    paper.
    NOTE
    • Automatic paper selection can also be turned off. (See “Paper
    selection” on page 6-28.)
    • The most frequently used cassette (paper feed drawer) to be
    selected automatically can be specified. (See “Default cassette”
    on page 6-28.)

    Metric specifications

    5

    5. Copy exposure adjustment
    The copy exposure can be adjusted manually. By moving the cursor on the exposure scale to the right, copies become darker. By
    moving it to the left, copies become lighter.
    When adjusting the copy exposure automatically, touch the [Exposure mode] key and then the [Auto] key to set the Auto Exposure mode. In the Auto Exposure mode, copy exposure is automatically adjusted to an appropriate level based on the exposure
    of the original.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    When touching the [ECO] key to highlight it, the copier turns into
    the toner economy mode. In the toner economy mode, the exposure level will be lowered to reduce toner consumption.
    The toner economy mode can also be selected by touching the
    [On] key for “ECO mode” at the right side of the “Exposure Mode”
    screen.
    NOTE
    • When the copies are too dark/light overall, exposure will be adjusted. (See “Auto exposure adjustment” on page 6-29.)
    • The default setting of the copy exposure adjustment can be set
    to auto exposure. (See “Exposure mode” on page 6-25.)

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    Inch specifications

    6

    Inch specifications

    7

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    6

    7

    6. Copy quality selection
    Copy quality is selected according to the original. Touch the [User
    choice] key and [Orig image quality] key to open the “Orig. image
    quality” screen.

    7. Setting the number of copies
    Use the numeric keys to enter the desired number of copies on
    the message display. Up to 999 copies can be set.
    NOTE

    Inch specifications

    • It is possible to lower the limit on the number of copies that can
    be set at a time. (See “Preset limit” on page 6-33.)

    8
    Metric specifications

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    Text+Photo mode:
    Touch the [Text+Photo] key to highlight it. Set this mode to copy
    originals with mixed text and photo.
    Photo mode:
    Touch the [Photo] key to highlight it. With this mode, a dimentional
    effect of photo is added.
    Text mode:
    Touch the [Text] key to highlight it. With this mode, pencil and fine
    lines are clearly copied.

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start

    8. Starting copying
    Press the [Start] key. If the Start indicator is lit green and “Ready
    to copy.” is displayed on the message display, copying is possible.

    NOTE
    • The default copy quality mode used in the initial mode can be
    selected. (See “Exposure mode” on page 6-25.)
    • The copy exposure can be adjusted in all copy quality modes.
    (See “Manual exposure adjustment (Mixed)” on page 6-30, and
    “Manual exposure adjustment (Text)” and “Manual exposure adjustment (Photo)” on page 6-31.)

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    Inch specifications

    CAUTION
    Metric specifications

    If the copier will not be used for a short period of time
    (overnight, etc.), turn the main switch OFF (ࠗ).
    If it will not be used for an extended period of time
    (vacations, etc.), remove the power plug from the
    outlet for safety purposes during the time the copier is
    not in use.

    2. Enlargement/reduction

    9

    (1) Auto magnification selection mode
    The original image is enlarged/reduced automatically according
    to the paper size of the selected drawer.

    11"✕17" (A3)

    8 1/2"✕11" (A4)

    9. At the end of copying
    Finished copies are ejected onto the copy store section.

    129% (141%)

    5 1/2"✕8 1/2" (A5)

    64% (70%)

    IMPORTANT
    • Up to 250 sheets can be stored. Note that the number of sheets
    that can be stored varies depending on the condition of the paper used.
    • If “Paper capacity exceeded. Remove paper from Inner.” appears,
    the copy store section is full. Remove paper from the copy store
    section and press the [Start] key to resume copying.
    If “Paper capacity exceeded. Remove paper from Job sep.” appears, the optional job separator is full. Copying will automatically resume when paper is removed from the job separator.
    • If copied sheets are not stored tidily due to curls or other paper
    conditions, remove the paper from the drawer or multi-bypass
    used and turn the paper upside down.

    IMPORTANT
    • When using this mode regularly, select “AMS” in “Default magnification” on page 6-29.

    1

    Set the original(s).
    The size of the original will be automatically detected
    and the same size paper as the original will be selected.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    2

    Touch the Paper size key to specify the paper size, and
    then touch the [AMS] key. The magnification ratio will be
    displayed.
    Inch specifications

    (2) Zoom copy mode
    The zoom ratio can be set to any 1% increment between 25%
    and 400% (between 25% and 200% when using the Document
    Processor).

    25%

    Metric specifications
    400%

    1
    2
    3

    Set the original(s).
    Touch the [Reduce/Enlarge] key. The “Zoom mode”
    screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to change the displayed magnification ratio.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the
    [# keys] key.

    4

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

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    (3) Standard zoom mode
    Enlargement/reduction copying is possible using the ratios preset in the copier.
    Available ratios in Inch specification
    Reduction
    25%
    > 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"
    50% : 11" ✕ 17" ––
    > 8 1/2" ✕ 11"
    64% : 11" ✕ 17" ––
    > 8 1/2" ✕ 14"
    77% : 11" ✕ 17" ––
    > 8 1/2" ✕ 11"
    78% : 8 1/2" ✕ 14" ––
    > 11" ✕ 17"
    Enlargement
    121% : 8 1/2" ✕ 14" ––
    > 11" ✕ 17"
    129% : 8 1/2" ✕ 11" ––
    > 8 1/2" ✕ 14"
    154% : 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2" ––
    > 11" ✕ 17"
    200% : 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2" ––
    400%
    Available ratios in Metric specification
    Reduction
    25%
    50%
    > A4, A4 ––
    > A5
    70% : A3 ––
    > A4
    75% : 11" ✕ 15"––
    > A4
    90% : Folio ––
    > A3
    Enlargement
    106% : 11" ✕ 15"––
    > A3
    127% : Folio ––
    > A3, A5 ––
    > A4
    141% : A4 ––
    > A3
    200% : A5 ––
    400%

    1

    Set the original(s).

    2

    Touch the [Reduce/Enlarge] key.
    The “Reduce/Enlarge” screen will appear.

    (4) XY zoom mode
    It is possible to set the zoom ratio for the length and the width of
    the copy independently. The zoom ratio can be set to any 1%
    increment between 25% and 400% (between 25% and 200%
    when using the Document Processor).

    X%

    1

    Set the originals.

    2

    Touch the [Reduce/Enlarge] key.
    The “Reduce/Enlarge” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    M

    M

    Y%

    3

    Touch the [XY zoom] key.
    The XY zoom mode set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    3

    Touch the key corresponding to the desired zoom ratio.
    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • The zoom ratio can be changed in increments of 1% from the
    selected ratio by pressing the [+] key or [–] key.

    4

    4-6

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    CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION

    4

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to set the zoom ratio for the
    vertical and/or horizontal direction.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the
    [# keys] key.
    Inch specifications

    3. Interrupt copying
    Interrupt copying is useful if, during one copy job, other originals
    need to be copied at different settings. The interrupted copy job
    can be resumed at the same settings as before after the rush job
    is finished.

    1 2 3 A
    Metric specifications

    1 2A3
    1

    Check the direction of the original top side.
    Interrupt

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

    2

    3

    5

    6

    Energy Saver



    Management

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    2

    Remove the present original(s) and put it (them) aside.

    3

    Set the new original(s) and execute copying.

    4

    When copying ends, press the [Interrupt] key again, and
    replace the newly copied original(s) with the one(s) removed before. Then, press the [Start] key.
    The interrupted copy job will be resumed.

    Management

    2

    3

    5

    6

    Interrupt

    Energy Saver



    5
    6

    Press the [Interrupt] key to light the indicator. The “Interrupt mode OK.” screen will appear.

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

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    CHAPTER 4 BASIC OPERATION

    4. Energy saver (preheat) function
    This function turns the machine off to save energy by pressing
    the [Energy Saver] (preheat) key, while leaving the main switch
    turned ON.
    When this function is activated, the Energy Saver (preheat) indicator is the only indicator lit on the operation panel.

    5. Auto shut-off function
    This function automatically turns the main switch OFF (ࠗ) if no
    copying operation is performed for a certain period (15 to 240
    minutes). To make copies again, set the main switch to the ON
    ( I ) position.

    To resume copying after the energy saver (preheat) function has
    been activated, press the [Energy Saver] key again. It will take
    the copier about 30 seconds to return to a copy-ready state.
    Energy Saver

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    NOTE
    • The energy saver (preheat) function will also engage automatically in this copier if no operation is performed for a predetermined period of time. (See “Auto preheat time” on page 6-17.)

    • Auto shut-off function
    The auto shut-off function is a power saving feature which automatically turns the main switch OFF (ࠗ) when a certain time
    elapses with out copying being performed.
    Copiers are generally in the standby mode more than operation
    mode, and power consumption in the standby mode accounts for
    a large part of overall consumption. Having the copier turn OFF
    (ࠗ) automatically reduces unnecessary power consumption in
    the standby mode or at night if the copier is left on. The result is a
    lower electricity bill.
    NOTE
    • To change the time remaining until the auto shut off function
    operates, see “Auto shut-off time” on page 6-17. To cancel the
    auto shut-off function, see “Auto shut-off ON/OFF” on page 622.
    • If the optional printer board or printer/scanner kit is installed in
    your copier, the copier will enter the energy-saving preheat mode
    whenever the auto shut-off function engages. In this state, when
    the copier detects data for a print job, it will automatically recover to a print-ready state and printout of the corresponding
    information will begin.
    • If the optional fax kit is installed in your copier, the copier will be
    automatically turned OFF (ࠗ) whenever the auto shut-off function engages. In this state, when the copier receives an incoming fax, it will automatically recover to a print-ready state and
    printout of the corresponding information will begin.

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    CHAPTER 5

    FUNCTIONS

    1. Duplex copying from various originals [Duplex copy]

    (1) Duplex copying from two-sided originals

    (2) Duplex copying from a book original
    Facing pages of a magazine or book are copied on both sides of
    the paper by a single press of the [Start] key.

    A two-sided original is copied onto both the front and back side
    of the paper.
    The copy looks just like the original.
    Original

    Finish

    Left/Right

    Left/Right

    Finish

    Left

    Book➝
    Duplex

    1

    1 2

    2

    Book➝Book

    Left

    1

    1 2

    2

    0

    1
    Left/Right

    1 2

    Top

    1
    Right

    2
    Top

    2

    Right

    2

    2

    Top

    1 2

    1

    Book➝Book
    3

    2

    Top

    1

    1
    2

    1

    1

    Book➝
    Duplex

    Left/Right

    1 2

    1

    2

    0

    1 2

    Original

    3

    Duplex copies can be made from two-page originals or one-sided
    originals with the optional duplex unit.

    2
    IMPORTANT

    (Inch specifications)
    • The paper sizes that can be used are 11" ✕ 17" to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"
    (Metric specifications)
    • The paper sizes that can be used are A3 to A5R.

    IMPORTANT
    (Inch specifications)
    • The original size that can be used in this mode is limited to
    11" ✕ 17" and 8 1/2" ✕ 11".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The original size that can be used in this mode is limited to A3,
    A4R and A5R.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
    (3) Duplex copying from one-sided originals
    The one-sided original is copied on both sides (back and front) of
    the paper.
    When an odd number of originals are copied, the back side of
    the last page is blank.

    1

    Set the original(s).

    2

    Touch the [2 sided/Separation] key.
    The “2 sided/Separation” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    5

    4
    2

    3
    1

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • The back side copy can also be rotated 180 degrees.
    1 Oringinal Left/Right → Finished Left/Right:
    The back side comes out in the same direction as the original.
    2 Oringinal Left/Right → Finished Top:
    The back side is rotated 180 degrees with rspect to the original. When bound at the top, the copies are oriented in the
    same direction.

    3

    Touch the [2 sided➝2 sided] key for 2-sided originals,
    [Book➝2 sided] key for 2-page (open-face) originals, or
    [1 sided➝2 sided] key for 1-sided originals.
    If you touch the [2 sided➝2 sided] key or [Book➝2 sided]
    key, go to the next step.
    If you touch the [1 sided➝2 sided] key, go to step 5.

    4

    Specify the binding orientation of the originals.

    ghi

    def

    ghi
    abc
    def
    abc

    ghi

    Inch specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

    abc
    def

    Metric specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
    Specify the binding orientation of finished copies.

    7

    Inch specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals

    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    Metric specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals

    6

    Check the orientation of originals according to the message.

    IMPORTANT

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    5

    6

    8

    9

    0

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start



    5

    8

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    9

    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.
    Inch specifications

    • If the orientation of the originals is incorrect, it may result in
    wrong finished copies.

    Inch specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    2. Copying two-page originals as separate pages [Page separation copy mode]
    (1) Page separation copies from book originals

    1

    Set the original(s).

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    Facing two-page of a magazine, book or the like is divided down
    the middle and copied onto two separate sheets of paper.

    12 1 2
    21 1 2
    IMPORTANT

    Inch specifications

    (Inch specifications)
    • The available size of originals is limited to 11" ✕ 17" and 8 1/2" ✕
    11", and paper size is limited to 11" ✕ 8 1/2".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The available size of originals is limited to A3, A4R and A5R,
    and paper size is limited to A4.

    Metric specifications

    (2) Page separation copies from two-sided originals
    Each face of a two-sided originals is copied onto a separate sheet
    of paper.

    2

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3
    1

    1

    2

    Touch the [2 sided/Separation] key.
    The “2 sided/Separation” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Specify the type of the originals.
    The original selection keys will appear.

    5

    Touch the [2 sided➝1 sided] or [Book➝1 sided] key according to the type of the originals.

    6

    Specify the binding orientation of the originals.

    8

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    Inch specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    9
    10

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start



    Metric specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

    Reset

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.
    Inch specifications

    7

    Check the orientation of originals according to the message.

    IMPORTANT
    • If the orientation of the originals is incorrect, it may result in
    wrong finished copies.
    Metric specifications
    Inch specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

    Metric specifications
    2-sided originals
    2-page (open-face) originals

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    3. Making a margin space for binding [Margin mode]

    The image of the original is shifted leftward, rightward, upward or
    downward to make a margin for binding on the left side of the
    copy paper.
    (Inch specifications)
    • The margin width can be set to 0", 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" or
    3/4".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The margin width can be set between 0 mm and 18 mm in increments of 1 mm.

    A
    B
    1

    B

    (1) Margin

    A

    Set the original(s).

    IMPORTANT
    • Be sure to set the originals so that the top (left) side of the
    original is at the rear side. Setting them in the wrong direction
    may cause the failure of making margin in the correct position.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • The initial value of the left margin width can be set. (See “Default margin width” on page 6-32.)
    • For example, when left margin is specified while duplex copy
    setting has been set, the same right margin width as the front
    side is automatically set to the back side if the back page margin is set to “Auto”.

    3

    Touch the [Margin] key.
    The “Margin” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    (2) Front & back margin
    When making two-sided copies, the margin positions and margin width can be selected separately for the front and back sides
    of the copies.
    (Inch specifications)
    • The margin width can be set to 0, 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" or
    3/4".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The margin width can be set to 0 mm or between 1 mm and
    18 mm in increments of 1 mm.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [Margin] key.
    The front page margin set-up screen will appear.

    7

    Inch specifications

    When setting a same margin for both the front and back
    sides, touch the [Auto] key.
    When the back-side margin is different from the frontside margin, touch the [Front/Back margin] key.
    The “Back page margin” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    5

    Set the desired margin by touching the [į], [Ĭ], [į] or
    [Ǡ] key.
    Inch specifications

    8

    Set the desired margin by touching the [į], [Ĭ], [į] or
    [Ǡ] key.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    6

    When making two-sided copies, touch the [Back page
    margin] key.
    The “Back page margin” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    9

    Check the orientation of originals according to the message.

    IMPORTANT
    • If the orientation of the originals is incorrect, it may result in
    wrong finished copies.

    Metric specifications

    10

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4. Making copies with clean edges [Border erase mode]
    (1) Erasing blemishes from edges of copies (Sheet
    Erase)
    Use for erasing shadows, lines, etc., that occur around the edges
    of copies made from sheet originals. (The a in the illustration
    indicates the erasing border.)
    (Inch specifications)
    • The erasing border width can be selected from 0", 1/8", 1/4",
    3/8", 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The erasing border width can be selected between 0 mm and
    18 mm.

    a

    NOTE
    • The initial value of the erasing border width can be set. (See
    “Default erase width” on page 6-32.)

    1

    Set the original(s).

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    a

    Inch specifications
    NOTE
    • The initial value of the erasing border width can be set. (See
    “Default erase width” on page 6-32.)

    (2) Erasing blemishes from the edges and middle

    Metric specifications

    of copies made from books (Book Erase)
    Use for making neat copies from thick books.
    (The a in the illustration indicates the outer border (Border) and
    the b indicates the center border (Center).)
    (Inch specifications)
    • The Border width can be selected from 0", 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2",
    5/8" and 3/4".
    • The Center width can be selected between 1/8" and 1 1/2" in
    increments of 1/8.
    (Metric specifications)
    • The Border width can be selected between 0 mm and 18 mm.
    • The Cener width can be selected between 0 mm and 36 mm.

    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk

    a
    a

    5-8

    b

    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk
    abcdefghijk

    3

    Touch the [Border erase] key.
    The “Border Erase” screen will appear.
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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [Sheet Erase] or [Book Erase] key.
    The Border and Center (when the book erase is selected)
    set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    5

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to set the width of border.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the
    [# keys] key.

    6

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    5. One copy from two or four originals [Layout copy]
    2 or 4 originals can be combined into a single copy.
    The borderline of each original can also be marked with a solid
    line or dotted line.

    (2) 4 in 1
    Use this mode to copy four originals onto one sheet. It can be
    used in conjunction with the duplex copy mode to copy eight originals onto one sheet, though this will require the optional duplex
    unit.
    (When setting originals on the platen, originals are arranged in
    the order from 1,2,3 and 4.)

    NOTE
    • The original and copy paper must be the standard size.

    (1) 2 in 1
    Use this mode to copy two originals onto one sheet. It can be
    used in conjunction with the duplex copy mode to copy four originals onto one sheet, though this will require the optional duplex
    unit.
    (When setting the originals on the platen, originals are arranged
    in the order from 1 to 2.)

    1

    1

    2

    2

    1

    2
    1
    2
    2
    1

    5-10

    1

    2

    3

    4

    1

    2

    3

    4

    2

    1

    4

    3

    1

    3

    2

    4

    3

    1

    4

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    1
    2

    Set the original(s).
    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    5

    Touch the key corresponding to the desired layout.

    6

    Select the type of borderline by touching the [Solid], [Dotted] or [Borders] key. If a borderline is not necessary,
    touch the [None] key.

    Inch specifications

    IMPORTANT
    • If the message “Select drawer” appears, close the Combine
    screen and select the drawer.

    Metric specifications

    7

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    3

    Touch the [Combine] key.
    The [Combine] screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    5

    6

    8

    9

    0

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start


    Metric specifications

    4

    8

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    9

    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.

    Select the combination style by touching the [2 in 1] or
    [4 in 1] key.
    The layout set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    6. Printing page numbers on the copies [Print page numbers function]
    This function can be used to assign page numbers in sequence
    from the top original first whenever you make copies from multiple originals.
    There are three types of numbering styles: “-1-”, “P.1” and “1/5”.
    * If you select “1/n”, the actual number of total pages will be displayed in the denominator (in place of the “n”).
    A

    B

    C

    D

    1
    2

    Set the originals.
    Press the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    E

    -1-2-3-4-5-

    A

    B

    C

    D

    E

    Metric specifications

    -1-2-

    A

    B

    C

    A
    D

    B

    E

    C

    D

    E

    -1-2-3-

    A

    B

    C

    D

    E

    P.1
    P.2
    P.3
    P.4
    P.5

    A

    B

    C

    D

    3

    E

    1/5
    2/5

    Touch the [Page #] key.
    The “Page #” screen will appear.

    3/5
    4/5

    Inch specifications

    5/5

    * The page number is printed on the bottom-center of the copy.
    (The arrow in the illustration indicates the direction that the originals are being fed.)

    Abcde

    -1-

    5-12

    -1-1-

    -1-

    Abcde

    Abcde

    Original top side: Left

    Abcde

    Original top side: Back edge

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Select the numbering style from among “-1-”, “P.1” and
    “1/n”.
    The numbering style set-up screen will appear.
    The [set denominator #] key will appear only when the
    [1/n] key is touched.

    8

    When the start number is not “1”, touch the [Setting start
    #] key.
    Then “Setting start #” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    5

    When changing the first page of numbering, touch the
    [1st page] key.
    The “Setting 1st page” screen will appear.

    9

    Specify the start number by touching the [+] key or [–] key.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the
    [# keys] key.

    10

    Press the [Close] key.
    The touch panel will return to the numbering style setup screen.

    11

    If the page numbering is to be stopped before the last
    original, touch the [Last page] key.
    The “Setting Last page” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    6

    Specify the first page by touching the [+] key or [–] key.

    7

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The touch panel will return to the numbering style setup screen.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    12

    13
    14

    15

    Touch the [Manual] key.
    The last page set-up screen will appear.

    16

    Touch the [Manual] key.
    The denominator number set-up screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Specify the last page by touching the [+] key or [–] key.
    Press the [Close] key.
    The touch panel will return to the numbering style setup screen.
    When the “1/n” is selected, the [set denominator #] key
    will appear.

    17

    Specify the denominator number by touching the [+] key
    or [–] key.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the
    [# keys] key.

    18

    Check the orientation of the originals according to the
    message.
    Inch specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals

    When setting the denominator number manually, touch
    the [set denominator #] key.
    The “Setting denominator #” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    1-sided or 2-sided originals 2-page (open-face) originals
    Metric specifications

    19

    5-14

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    7. Overlaying images [Form overlay mode]
    This mode can be used to read the first original into memory and
    have its image overlaid onto copies made from subsequent originals. The shading level of the overlay image can be adjusted.

    3

    Touch the [On] key.
    The exposure set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    A
    B
    C
    1

    A
    B
    C

    Metric specifications

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function selection screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    4

    Specify the shading level of the overlay image by touching the [+] key or [–] key.
    The shading level can be set to any 10% increments
    between 10% and 100%.
    The preview will appear to the right side.

    5

    When the originals are set in the Document Processor,
    set the original of the overlay image onto the top of originals.
    When the originals are set on the platen, set the original
    of the overlay image.

    6

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    Touch the [Form overlay] key.
    The “Form Overlay” screen will appear.

    When the originals are set on the platen, go to the next
    step.

    Inch specifications

    7

    Replace the original and press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will be performed.

    8

    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key.
    Copying will start.

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    8. Making a booklet (sheet originals) [Booklet copy mode]
    This mode can be used to copy one-sided or two-sided originals
    onto two-page [open-face], two-sided copies in such a way that
    the finished copies can be stacked and folded into a booklet format.

    NOTE
    • Covers marked with are copied.
    • The illustrations above show the case with binding on the left.

    IMPORTANT
    (Inch specifications)
    • The paper size that can be used in this mode is limited to 11" ✕
    17", 8 1/2" ✕ 14" and 8 1/2" ✕ 11R".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The paper size that can be used in this mode is limited to A3,
    B4 and A4R.

    1

    Set the originals in the Document Processor.

    IMPORTANT
    • When the originals are set on the platen, set the first original.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    a

    a

    b

    b

    Metric specifications
    1 Finish: Right
    The order of copying will be performed so that the stacked and
    folded pages of the finished copies will read from right to left.
    2 Finish: Left
    The order of copying will be performed so that the stacked and
    folded pages of the finished copies will read from left to right.

    3
    4

    5

    6

    6

    7

    2

    8

    2

    1

    2
    4

    3

    7
    5

    3 If stitch/cover is set:
    Whether copying onto the front cover and the back cover or not
    can be set respectively.
    Front cover
    Blank

    Front copy

    Back copy

    2 sided copy

    5-16

    Inch specifications

    4

    5

    8

    3

    1

    8

    7

    6

    2

    3

    1
    1

    Touch the [Booklet] key.
    The “Booklet” screen will appear.

    Rear cover

    Metric specifications



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [Booklet] key.
    The original/finish set-up screen will appear.

    7

    Inch specifications

    Touch the [Cover] key.
    The selection screen of the front cover and the back
    cover will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    5

    6

    Select the type of original and finishing.
    When the optional document finisher with the center
    staple function is installed, the [Center Staple] key is displayed, allowing the center staple of up to 10 sheets (40
    pages).

    8

    Select the copying conditions of the front cover and the
    back cover.

    9

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    Touch the [Stitching Front cvr] key.
    The “Stitching Front Cvr” screen will be appear.
    If the front cover is not used, proceed to step 9.

    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    Inch specifications

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    Metric specifications

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start

    10

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    11

    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    9. Making a booklet (two-page [open-face] originals) [Booklet + cover copy mode]
    This mode can be used to have covers, either blank or with an
    image copied onto the front cover, included on the copy sets so
    that they can be bound in a booklet format.

    1

    Set the two-page (open-face) original.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    IMPORTANT
    (Inch specifications)
    • The size of originals that can be used in this mode is limited to
    11" ✕ 17" and 8 1/2" ✕ 11R", and the paper size is limited to 11"
    ✕ 17" and 8 1/2" ✕ 11".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The size of originals that can be used in this mode is limited to
    A3, B4, A4R and B5R, and the paper size is limited to A3, B4,
    A4 and B5R.

    Inch specifications

    AB

    AB

    Metric specifications

    • Copy onto the cover
    If the original that will be copied onto the front cover is scanned in
    first, the paper onto which it is copied will be in the front cover
    position after the copies are finished and folded in the center.

    AB
    2

    6

    6

    5

    1

    1

    AB
    2

    4

    3
    3

    4

    3

    Touch the [Booklet] key.
    The “Booklet” screen will appear.

    5

    Inch specifications

    • Do not copy onto the cover

    5-18

    6

    1

    AB

    2

    1

    5

    6

    3

    4

    3
    2

    4

    When the finished copies are folded in the center, both the front
    and back covers will be blank.

    5

    Metric specifications



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [Book → Booklet] key.
    The original/finish set-up screen will appear.

    8

    Inch specifications

    When a message for scanning the next original appears,
    go to the next step.

    Metric specifications

    5

    6

    When copying the cover, touch the [Copy on front cov.]
    key. The “Copy on front cover” screen will appear.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    9
    Select the type of original and finishing by touching the
    desired key.
    When the optional document finisher with the center
    staple function is installed, the [Center Staple] key is displayed, allowing the center staple of up to 10 sheets (40
    pages).

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    10

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    7

    Touch the [Cover] key.

    IMPORTANT
    • When copying the cover, set the cover first.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    10. Sorting without document finisher [Sort copy]
    Since copying is performed after memorizing multiple originals,
    copies can be sorted into the required number of sets even without an optional document finisher.

    3

    Touch the [Sort/Finish] key.
    The “Sort/Finished” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    1 set (when the paper of the same size
    but different orientation is set in the other
    3
    drawer)
    2
    1

    3

    3
    2

    2

    1

    1

    3
    2
    1

    Metric specifications

    When the paper of the same size but different orientation is not
    set in the other drawer, the 1-set sort function does not work.

    1

    Set the original(s).

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    5-20

    4
    5
    6

    Touch the [Sort: ON] key.
    Touch the [1 set] key.
    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    11. Rotate sort copy mode
    Even when the orientation of original is different from that of paper in the drawer, the image will be turned 90 degrees counterclockwise for copying. For this function, no setting is required.

    2

    Touch the [Auto Rotation] key.
    The “Auto Rotation” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    IMPORTANT
    (Inch specifications)
    • The paper size available for rotate copy is limited to 11" ✕ 8 1/2"
    and 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2".
    (Metric specifications)
    • The paper size available for rotate copy is limited to A4 and
    A5R.

    3

    Touch the [No rotate] key.

    When the rotate copy function is not used, perform the following
    procedure.

    1

    Touch the [Function] key and then the [▼Down] key.
    The next Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    12. Auto selection mode
    When the optional Document Processor is used, if the paper size
    is not selected with the Paper Select key the Document Processor automatically detects the size of every original. Copies are
    then made onto paper of the same size as the originals.

    11"✕17"
    (A3)

    8 1/2"✕14"
    (Folio)

    11"✕8 1/2"

    (A4)

    8 1/2"✕11"

    (A4R)

    IMPORTANT
    • Up to 30 sheets of paper can be set in the Document Processor
    in this mode.
    (Inch specifications)
    • Originals used in this mode are limited to 11" ✕ 17" and 8 1/2" ✕11"
    or 8 1/2" ✕ 14" and 8 1/2" ✕ 11", and the width of all original
    must be the same.
    (Metric specifications)
    • Originals used in this mode are limited to A3 and A4 or Folio
    and A4R, and the width of all original must be the same.

    1

    Set originals in the Document Processor.

    2

    Touch the [Auto Selection] key.
    The Auto Selection indicator will light.
    Auto Selection

    3

    5-22

    Ma

    1

    2

    4

    5

    7

    8

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    13. Adding covers for copies
    Special paper set in the multi-bypass is fed as a front cover, or as both a front and back cover, to the copy sets. With this mode, “2-sided”,
    “Front” or “Blank” can be selected for the front cover. For the back cover, “Front”, “Blank” or “No” can be selected.
    Back

    Front

    Blank

    No

    7
    5
    3

    2-sided *1

    1

    5

    5

    6

    3

    4

    1

    2

    6

    3

    4

    1

    2

    5

    2

    5

    5

    4

    4

    4

    3

    3

    3

    2

    Front

    6
    4

    2

    2

    1

    1

    1

    4

    3

    3

    2
    1

    4

    4

    3

    2
    1

    2
    1

    Blank

    *1: An example of two-sided copying is illustrated.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    1
    2

    Set the original.
    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    5

    Select the copying condition of the front cover.

    6

    Touch the [Cover] or [No cover] key for the back cover.
    When the [Cover] key is touched, the selection screen
    of the back cover will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    Touch the [Cover] key.
    The “Cover Mode” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    7

    Select the copying condition of the back cover.

    8

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    Metric specifications

    4

    9
    10

    Metric specifications

    5-24

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    Touch the [Cover] key.
    The front cover set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    1

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Start



    3

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    14. Original size selection
    When setting the size of the original manually, only the specified
    size will be scanned regardless of the size of the original.

    11"✕17" (A3)

    4
    5

    11"✕8 1/2" (A4)

    Specify the original size by touching the desired key.
    When specifying the scanning area, touch the [Input size]
    key.
    The scanning area set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    1
    2

    Specify the original size by touching the desired key.
    Metric specifications
    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    6

    Specify the scanning area based on the left rear corner
    by touching the [+] key or [–] key for the Y and X directions.
    The numeric keys can also be used by touching the [#
    keys] key.

    7

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [Select orig. size] key.
    The “Select original size” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    15. Feeding paper as a backing sheet for transparencies
    [Transparency + backing sheet modes]
    When 2 or 3 transparencies are stacked on top of one another,
    static electricity can cause problems. This mode automatically
    place a backing sheet between the transparencies during copying for easy handling. Copying onto the backing sheet from the
    same original and multiple copies are possible.

    1
    2

    Set the originals.
    Set the transparencies in the multi-bypass tray.

    IMPORTANT
    • Transparecies must be fed from the multi-bypass tray.

    B
    A

    IMPORTANT
    • Fan out the transparencies at least once before setting them.
    • Up to 25 transparencies can be loaded into the multi-bypass
    tray at one time.
    • Make sure that paper of the same size and orientation as the
    transparencies is loaded in one of the drawers or decks.

    • Copying onto the backing sheet
    The originals will be copied onto the transparencies and then the
    same originals will be copied onto the backing sheets as well.
    (The asterisks in the illustration indicate the transeparencies.)

    1

    1
    2

    1

    2

    3

    2

    3

    3

    Touch the [Function] key, and then the [̄ Down] key.
    The next page of the Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    3

    Metric specifications

    • Leaving the backing sheet blank
    The originals will be copied onto the transparencies and the backing sheet will be left blank. (The asterisks in the illustration indicate the transparencies.)

    1

    1

    2

    2
    3

    5-26

    3



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [OHP back] key.
    The “OHP back” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    5

    Touch the [Copy] key or [Blank] key.

    6

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    16. Inverting black and white [Invert copy mode]
    The black and white areas of the image are inverted (reversed)
    on the copy.
    * When multiple inverted copies are made, “Please wait. Image
    cycle.” may appear in the message display.

    4

    Touch the [Invert] key.
    The invert copy set-up screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    1

    Set the originals.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    3

    Touch the [̄ Down] key.
    The next page will appear.

    5

    Touch the [On] key.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    6

    5-28

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    17. Making mirror-image copies [Mirror copy mode]
    This mode can be used to make mirror-image copies.

    5

    Touch the [On] key.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    1

    Set the original.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    3

    Touch the [̄ Down] key.
    The next page will appear.
    Inch specifications

    6

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

    Metric specifications

    4

    Touch the [Mirror] key.
    The “Mirror” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    18. Copying large number of originals in one batch [Batch scanning]
    This function enables you to scan different sets of originals into
    memory at different times and then copy them all at one time. A
    large number of originals can be copied at one time by scanning
    all of the originals of the same size or type as an individual job
    and then storing each of those jobs.

    A B C

    A

    B

    1

    Set the original.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    4

    Touch the [On] key.
    Inch specifications

    C

    Metric specifications

    5

    Inch specifications

    Press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.
    When originals are set in the Document Processor, copying will start after scanning the set originals.
    When an original is set on the platen, a message for
    scanning the next original appears. Go to the next step.

    Metric specifications

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

    Start

    6

    Replace the original and then press the [Start] key.
    Scanning will start.

    7

    When all originals are scanned, touch the [Scanning finished] key. Copying will start.

    Touch the [Batch Scanning] key.
    The “Batch scanning” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    5-30

    Stop/
    Clear



    3

    Reset



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    19. Reducing toner consumption [Toner economy mode]
    In the toner economy mode, toner consumption will be reduced.
    Use this mode when high-quality copies are not necessary. For
    information on how to select whether you want the toner economy
    mode to be automatically selected or not each time the copier is
    turned on, see “ECO print” on page 6-27.)
    *The exposure level will be lowered.
    ECO: OFF

    4

    Touch the [ECO mode] key.
    The “ECO mode” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    ECO: ON

    Metric specifications

    1

    Set the original.

    2

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    5

    Touch the [On] key or [Off] key.

    3

    Touch the [̄ Down] key.
    The next page will appear.

    6

    Copying will start when the [Start] key is pressed.

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    20. Original set direction
    When the Duplex, Page separation, Margin, Border erase, Layout, Print page numbers, Booklet, Staple (optional) or Punch (optional) function is used, setting of the orientation of originals is
    required.

    1

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.

    2

    Touch the [▼Down] key.
    The next page will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [Orig, set direction] key.
    The “Orig. set direction” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    5-32

    Touch the [Back Edge] or [Left top corner] key.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    21. Memorizing frequently used settings [Program mode]
    Up to eight combinations of copy mode settings and functions
    displayed on the operation panel can be registered as a single
    program.

    4

    Touch the [Register] key.
    The “Register present setting” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    (1) Registering various settings as a single program

    1

    Select the copy mode settings and functions that you
    want to register on the operation panel.

    2

    Touch the [Basic] key.
    The Basic screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    5

    Select the number (1 to 8) of the program to be registered. The “Enter name” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    3

    Touch the [Program] key.
    The Program screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    6

    Touch any keys to enter the desired name, and then touch
    the [End] key.
    Inch specifications

    (2) Copying with a registered program

    1

    On the Basic screen, touch the [Program] key to display
    the Program screen.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • For details of the character entry, see “(5) Entering the program
    name”.

    2

    Select the button of the registered program.
    Inch specifications

    7

    When the message “The set program is registered. Is it
    correct?” is displayed, check the name, and then touch
    the [Yes] key.
    The “Register program” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Set the original, and then press the [Start] key.
    Copying will start with the registered program.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
    (3) Changing the name of the program button

    1

    4

    On the Basic screen, touch the [Program] key.
    The Program screen will appear.

    ––], [––>], [Back], or [Del.] key to delete the old
    Touch the [<
    button name, and enter the new button name, and then
    touch the [End] key.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    NOTE

    2

    Touch the [Change name] key.
    The “Register present setting” screen will appear.

    • For details of the character entry, see “(5) Entering the program
    name”.

    Inch specifications

    5

    When the message “The set program is registered. Is it
    correct?” is displayed, check the name, and then touch
    the [Yes] key.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Select the program button (1 to 8) whose name you want
    to change.
    The “Enter name” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
    Control returns to the “Registation name change” screen,
    and the button with the entered program name will appear.

    2

    Touch the [Delete] key. The “Delete registration” screen
    will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Inch specifications

    (4) Deleting the program

    1

    Select the program button (1 to 8) you want to delete.

    On the Basic screen, touch the [Program] key.
    The “Program” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    When the message “This program will be deleted. Are
    you sure?” is displayed, touch the [Yes] key.
    The Program screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS
    (5) Entering the program name
    Enter the program name by using the following steps.

    • Character entry screen
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    No.

    Part

    Functions

    1

    Display box

    The entered character is displayed in this box.

    2

    [<
    ––], [––
    >] keys

    Touch these keys to move the cursor in the Display box toward right-hand or lefthand side.

    3

    [Back] key

    Touch this key to delete the entered characters one-by-one toward left-hand side.

    4

    [Cancel] key

    Touch this key to cancel the character entry and return to the previous screen.

    5

    [Del.] key

    Touch this key to delete the entered characters one-by-one from the cursor
    position to the right-hand side.

    6

    [End] key

    When the entry is complete, touch this key. The entry is enabled and the display
    will return to the previous screen.

    7

    [Space] key

    Touch this key to enter 1 space.

    8

    Character entry
    keys

    Touch these keys to enter the character. Before the character entry, you can select
    the upper case keyboard layout by touching the [Shift] key. To return to the lower
    case keyboard layout, touch the [Shift] key again.

    * To enter the numerals, use the numeral keys.

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    • Example of character entry

    1

    2

    Touch the [k], [y], [o], [c], [e], [r], [a] [Space] and [1] keys
    in this order.
    “kyocera 1” will appear in the display box.

    Touch the [End] key.
    The message “The set program is registered. Is it correct?” is displayed.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3
    NOTE
    • To enter the upper-case characters, touch the [Shift] key to display the upper-case character keyboard.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    5-38

    Check the name, and then touch the [Yes] key.
    The entry is enabled, and the display will return to the
    previous screen.



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    22. Using the [Register] key
    Up to three frequently used functions displayed in the Function
    screen can be registered to the [Register] key. Some functions in
    the Basic and the User choice screens can also be registered to
    the key. Use the following steps to register.

    1

    3

    Touch the [4 in 1] key, and then touch the [Register] key.
    Inch specifications

    Touch the [Function] key.
    The Function screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    The “Register” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    2

    Touch the [Combine] key.
    The “Combine” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications
    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    4

    Touch the [Register] key, and then touch the [End] key.
    The “Register present setting” screen will appear.

    6

    Inch specifications

    Confirm the registration No., and then touch the [Yes]
    key.
    The [Combine] key will appear at the right-hand side of
    the Function screen.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    5

    Touch the [End] key.
    The “Register this function.” screen will appear and confirmation message will be displayed.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • When selecting the key to which to function is already assigned
    “This number is already registered.” is displayed in the top of
    the screen.

    5-40

    NOTE
    •Some functions in the Basic and the User choice screens can
    also be registered. The [Register] key will be active with these
    functions.
    • Whether the [Register] key is displayed or not in the operation
    screen can be set beforehand in the “Display register key” screen
    in the “Copy default” menu. (See “Display register key” on page
    6-33.)



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    CHAPTER 5 FUNCTIONS

    23. Deleting the [Register] key
    Delete the [Register] key by using the following steps.

    1

    2

    Touch the [Combine] key (for example) at the right-hand
    side of the Function screen.

    Touch the [Register] key.
    The “Register” screen will appear.
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    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3
    The “Combine” screen will appear.

    Touch the [Delete] key.
    The “Delete registration” screen will appear.
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    4

    Touch the [Combine] key.
    The confirmation message will appear.
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    Metric specifications

    5

    Confirm the key name, and then touch the [Yes] key.
    Control returns to the “Combine” screen.
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    CHAPTER 6

    COPIER MANAGEMENT

    1. Copy management mode
    The total number of copies made by each department can be managed using up to 8-digit codes for up to 500 departments. Limits for the
    number of copies can be set on a department-by-department basis.

    (1) Copy management mode

    Inch specifications
    5

    1

    2

    8

    4

    3

    6

    7

    Metric specifications
    5

    1

    2

    8

    4

    3

    6

    7

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    CHAPTER 6 COPIER MANAGEMENT
    Copy management mode

    Page

    Registering/deleting new ID codes “Registering new ID codes”
    Assigns an up to 8-digit ID codes and a maximum number of copies to
    the departments in your organization. Up to 500 departments can be
    assigned. Limits are set in units of 1,000 sheets, up to a maximum of
    999,000.
    Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
    When a department reaches its limit, the copier will not make any more
    copies.
    “Deleting new ID codes”
    Deletes registered ID codes.

    6-3

    2

    Altering limits

    Alters limits for the copies of respective departments without deleting
    or re-registering the ID codes.

    6-6

    3

    Clearing copy counts

    Clears all the copy counts for the various departments after a suitable
    period of time. Copy counts cannot be cleared individually.

    6-7

    4

    Viewing copy counts by each de- Follow this procedure to view copy totals. It is possible to view the
    partment
    number of copies made on the machine by each department.

    6-8

    5

    Printing a copy management list

    Follow this procedure to print out the number of copies made in each
    department in report form.

    6-8

    6

    Turning copy management ON/ Turn ON copy management to apply the management settings that
    OFF
    you registered. When not using the management settings, turn it OFF
    to disable the management settings.

    6-9

    7

    Turning printer management ON/ Turn ON printer management to apply the management settings that
    OFF (optional)
    you registered. When not using the management settings, turn it OFF
    to disable the management settings.
    * This mode is not displayed when the copier is not equipped with the
    optional printer board or printer/scanner kit.

    (See the
    Instruction
    manual for the
    optional
    printer.)

    8

    [Close] key

    1

    6-2

    Copy management mode content

    Closes the “Management” screen. Control returns to the “Default setting menu” screen.

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    (2) How to display the “Management code menu”

    4

    screen
    Display the “M anagement code menu” screen.

    1

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Enter the 4-digit management pin code “ࠗࠗࠗࠗ” with
    the numeric keys. “2500” for Copiers with a copy speed
    of 25 copies per minute, “3500” for Copiers with a copy
    speed of 35 copies per minute or “4000” for Copiers with
    a copy speed of 40 copies per minute is set at the shipment.
    The “Management code menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Selection

    2

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    E

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Metric specifications

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    5
    Metric specifications

    Select any of the management setting items. The selected setting screen will appear.

    NOTE
    • The 4-digit management pin code can be changed. (See “Management code change” on page 6-21.)
    • See the following “(3) How to make various settings” and make
    settings.

    (3) How to make various settings

    3

    Touch the [Management] key.
    The “Enter the administrator number” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    • Registering new ID codes
    Register a new 8-digit (Max.) ID code, and then set the maximum number of copies.

    1

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)
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    2

    Touch the [ID-code Reg./Del.] key.
    The “Register/Delete” screen will appear.

    5

    Inch specifications

    Touch the lower-side [# keys] key, and then enter the
    maximum number of copies (1,000 to 999,000) with the
    numeric keys.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [Register] key.
    The “New register” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    NOTE
    • Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
    • Touch the [Back] key to display the “Register/Delete” screen.
    Re-enter the ID code and the maximum number of copies.

    6

    Touch the [Close] key.
    “Register/Delete” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    Touch the upper-side [# keys] key, and then enter ID
    code(8-digit: 0 to 99999999) with the numeric keys.
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    NOTE

    Metric specifications

    6-4

    • To register a new ID code, touch the [Next Register] key, and
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    7

    Touch the [Close] key .
    The “Management code menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    2

    Touch the [ID-code Reg./Del.] key.
    The “Register/Delete” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    8

    Touch the [On] key below “Copy”, and then touch the
    [Close] key.
    The selected management code is becomes valid. “Enter ID- code” screen will appear every time you start up
    the copier.
    Inch specifications

    3

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    • Deleting ID codes
    Delete the ID codes already registered.

    1

    Metric specifications

    4

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)
    Inch specifications

    Select the ID code to be deleted, and then touch the
    [Delete] key.
    The message “Are you sure you want to delete this IDcode?” will appear.

    Make sure to check the code to be deleted, and then
    touch the [Yes] key.
    The “Register/Delete” screen will appear.

    NOTE
    • To delete other ID code, repeat steps 2 to 4.

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    5

    6

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The “Management code menu” screen will appear.

    2

    Touch the [# of copy correct] key.
    The “Amend the number of copy” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Touch the [On] key below “Copy”, and then touch the
    [Close] key.
    The selected management code is turned ON, and then
    the display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    3

    Select the ID code to be altered, and then touch the [Correction] key.
    The Correction screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    • Altering limits
    Alter limits for the copies of respective departments without deleting or re-registering the ID codes.

    1

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    Enter a new limit with the numeric key.
    Limits are set in units of 100’s, up to maximum of 999,000.

    NOTE
    • Entering “0” enables unlimited copying.
    • Touch the [Back] key to display the “Amend the number of copy”
    screen. Touch the [Correction] key, and then re-enter the maximum number of copies.
    • To alter the copy limit of another department, repeat steps 2 to
    4.

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    5

    6

    Touch the [Close] key.
    “Amend the number of copy” screen will appear.

    1

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The “Management code menu” screen will appear.

    2

    Touch the [Counter clear] key.
    A message asking you to confirm the deletion of the copy
    counts will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    7

    Touch the [On] key below “Copy”, and then touch the
    [Close] key.
    The selected management code is turned ON, and then
    the display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Clearing copy counts

    Metric specifications

    3

    To clear the codes, touch the [Yes] key. To cancel, touch
    the [No] key.

    4

    The copy counts are cleared, and the control returns to
    the “Management code menu” screen.
    Inch specifications

    Clear all the copy counts for the various departments after a suitable period of time. Copy counts cannot be cleared individually.

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    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The control returns to the “Default setting menu” screen.

    3

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The “Management code menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    • Viewing copy counts by each department
    View copy totals made on the machine by each department.

    1

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    2

    Touch the [Counter by ID-code] key.
    The “Overview by department” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Printing a copy management list
    Print out the number of copies made in each department in report form.

    1

    Display the “Management code menu” screen. (See (2)
    How to display the “Management code menu” screen.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • If there are more than 15 entries, touch the [̄ Down] key to
    scroll down the list. To scroll up the list, touch the [Up] key.

    NOTE
    • Make sure 11" ✕ 8 1/2" or A4 size paper is set in the drawer. If
    not, set it. When the wrong paper is set, the paper selection
    screen will appear before the start of copy.

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    CHAPTER 6 COPIER MANAGEMENT

    2

    Touch the [Print the list] key.
    The “Now copying” screen will appear, and then printing
    will start.
    Inch specifications

    • Turning copy management ON/OFF
    Turn ON copy management to apply the management settings
    that you registered.

    1

    Make settings for each mode.

    2

    When the display returns to the “Management code
    menu” screen, touch the [On] key below “COPY” to enable the settings or touch the [Off] key to disable it.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications
    NOTE
    • To cancel printing, touch the [Cancel] key.

    3

    When list print completes, the “Management code menu”
    screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    3

    The selected settings are turned ON, and the display
    will return to the “Default setting menu” screen.

    • Turning printer management ON/OFF (optional)
    Turn ON printer management to apply the management settings
    that you registered.
    (See the Instruction manual for the optional printer.)
    Metric specifications

    (4) Making copies when the copier is in the copy
    management mode
    When the copier is in the copy management mode, the 4-digit
    “Enter ID-code” screen will appear when you press the [Management] key on the operation panel after the copy. To make copies,
    use the numeric keys to enter the management pin code in your
    department.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    Selection

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    En

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

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    1

    In the “Enter ID-code” screen, enter the management
    pin code in your department by using the numeric keys.
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    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • When entering a wrong code, touch the [Clear] key, and then
    re-enter the code by using the numeric keys.
    • When a wrong code is antered, the error sound is issued. Reenter the correct code.

    2

    The Basic screen will appear and you can copy.
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    3

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    CHAPTER 6 COPIER MANAGEMENT

    2. Default settings
    The state the copier is at the end of warm-up or after the [Reset] key has been pressed is called “initial mode”. The function and values
    that are automatically preset for the initial mode are called “default settings”. “COPY DEFAULT” and “MACHINE DEFAULT” are set in the
    default settings. They can be changed as desired to suit the copying needs.

    (1) “Machine default” settings
    The following 15 types of settings can be changed in the machine default setting mode. Set them as desired to gain full use of your

    “Machine default”
    settings

    Content of machine default settings

    Setting range

    Auto cassette switching Selects whether the Auto cassette switching ON/OFF
    ON/OFF
    function is used or not.

    Default
    settings

    Page

    ON

    6-13

    Special paper

    Selects the cassette for such special paper as 1st cassette to 4th cascolored paper or recycled paper. multiple se- sette
    lection is available.

    None

    6-14

    APS for special paper

    Selects whether paper in the cassette set in the ON/OFF
    “Special paper” is used or not in the auto paper
    selection mode or in the auto cassette switching mode.

    OFF

    6-14

    Paper size (1st cas- Select what paper size will be displayed on the AUTO/A4 (Y direction)/A4
    (X direction)/11" ✕ 8.5"/
    sette)
    touch panel for 1st cassette.
    8.5" ✕ 11"

    AUTO

    6-15

    Paper size (2nd cas- Select what paper size will be displayed on the AUTO/A4 (Y direction)/A4
    sette)
    (X direction)/11" ✕ 8.5"/
    touch panel for 2nd cassette.
    8.5" ✕ 11"

    AUTO

    6-15

    6-16

    Paper type (1st cas- Select the type (standard or special) of paper
    sette)
    to be loaded in the 1st cassette.
    *“Custom 1 to 8” is not displayed when the copier
    is not equipped with the optional printer board
    or printer/scanner kit.

    ON/OFF

    OFF

    Plain,
    Preprinted,
    Recycled,
    Letterhead, Color,
    Prepunched,
    Rough, Bond,
    Custom 1 to 8

    Plain

    Paper type (2nd cas- Select the type (standard or special) of paper
    sette)
    to be loaded in the 2nd cassette.
    *“Custom 1 to 8” is not displayed when the copier
    is not equipped with the optional printer board
    or printer/scanner kit.

    ON/OFF

    OFF

    Plain,
    Preprinted,
    Recycled,
    Letterhead, Color,
    Prepunched,
    Rough, Bond,
    Custom 1 to 8

    Plain

    Check bypass sizing

    When copying with the multi-bypass, select ON/OFF
    whether or not you want to confirm the paper
    size key of the basic screen in regard to those
    cassettes that contain such special paper or recycled paper.

    ON

    6-16

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    “Machine default”
    settings

    Content of machine default settings

    Setting range

    Default settings

    Page

    Auto shut-off time

    Selects the length of time that you want to elapse 15 to 240 (min)
    when the copier is not used. The auto shut-off
    function automatically turns the power to the
    copier OFF. It is possible to set this time to any
    15 minute increment between 15 and 240 minutes. It is also possible to deactivate the auto
    shut-off function.
    The factory default setting is 60 minutes.
    *It is recommended that you extend the time
    before the auto shut-off function engages if the
    copier is used relatively frequently, and shorten
    that time when it is used infrequently.

    60 (min)

    6-17

    Auto preheat time

    Select the length of time that you want to elapse 1 to 45, 60, 90, 120,
    – after copying ends – before the energy-sav- 180 and 240 (min)
    ing auto preheat function is engaged. The setting can be made to any 1-minute increment
    between 1 minute and 45 minutes, 60 minutes,
    90 minutes, 120 minutes, 180 minutes or 240
    minutes.

    15 (min)

    6-17

    Inner tray, Job separator, Finisher main
    tray, Finisher sub
    tray

    Inner tray

    6-18

    Select FAX output mode Selects where to eject facsimile paper: the in- Inner tray, Job sepa(optional)
    ner tray, job separator, document finisher or mail- rator, Finisher sub
    box.
    tray, Mailbox 1
    *This setting is not displayed when the copier is
    not equipped with the optional document finisher
    or job separator.

    Inner tray

    6-18

    Select the main mode Selects the initial screen displayed when the Copy mode, FAX
    (optional)
    power is turned ON.
    mode

    Copy mode

    6-19

    Select copy output Selects whether to eject copied paper to copier
    mode (optional)
    or either the document finisher or job separator.
    *This setting is not displayed when the copier is
    not equipped with the optional document finisher
    or job separator.

    Key sound ON/OFF

    Selects whether you want the “beep” that sounds ON/OFF
    when you touch the touch panel to be turned
    ON or OFF.

    ON

    6-19

    Silent mode

    The copier can be switched to the silent mode, ON/OFF
    which stops the motor inside the copy machine
    immediately after copying has been finished.
    When “ON” is selected, the motor stops immediately after copying has been finished.

    OFF

    6-20

    Date/Time

    Sets the current time for using the optional scan- Year: 2000 to 2099
    ner function.
    Month: 1 to 12
    Day: 1 to 31
    Time: 00:00 to 23:59

    Year: ‘00
    Month: 01
    Day: 01
    Time: 00:00

    6-20

    Time difference

    Sets the time difference for using the optional +12:00 to –12:00
    scanner function.

    00:00

    6-21

    2500 (For Copiers
    with a copy speed of
    25 copies per minute)
    3500 (For Copiers
    with a copy speed of
    35 copies per minute)
    4000 (For Copiers
    with a copy speed of
    40 copies per minute)

    6-21

    ON

    6-22

    Management
    change

    code Changes the pin code that gives you access to 0000 to 9999
    the various default settings and management.
    *If you do change the management pin code,
    however, be sure to keep a note of the new code.
    If you do happen to forget the pin code, consult
    your service representation.

    Auto shut-off ON/OFF Selects whether you want the auto shut-off time ON/OFF
    function to be turned ON or OFF.

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    copier.
    (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode

    4

    Display the “Machine default” screen.

    1

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Selection

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    E

    Enter the 4-digit management pin code “ࠗࠗࠗࠗ” with
    the numeric keys. “2500” for Copiers with a copy speed
    of 25 copies per minute, “3500” for Copiers with a copy
    speed of 35 copies per minute or “4000” for Copiers with
    a copy speed of 40 copies per minute is set at the shipment.
    The “Machine default” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Metric specifications

    2

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    NOTE

    Metric specifications

    • The 4-digit management pin code can be changed. (See “Management code change” on page 6-21.)

    5

    Select the item and then perform the settings by following “(3) Changing the default settings”.

    (3) Changing the default settings

    3

    Touch the [Machine default] key in the “Default setting
    menu” screen.
    The “Enter the administrator number” screen will appear.

    • Auto cassette switching ON/OFF
    Selects whether the Auto cassette switching function is used or
    not.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

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    2

    3

    Select “Auto cassette switching” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Auto cassette switching” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Special paper” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Special paper” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    To use the auto cassette switching function, touch the
    [On] key.

    NOTE

    3

    Select the cassette for such special paper as colored
    paper or recycled paper.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Special paper
    Selects the cassette for such special paper as colored paper or
    recycled paper. Multiple selection is available.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    • APS for special paper
    Selects whether paper in the cassette set in the “Special paper”
    is used or not in the auto paper selection mode or in the auto
    cassette switching mode.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
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    2

    3

    Select “APS for special paper” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “APS for special paper” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Paper size (1st cassette)” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Paper size (1st cassette)” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    To use the paper in the cassette set in the “Special paper”, touch the [On] key.

    3

    Select the paper size as 1st cassette to be displayed on
    the touch panel. To use the auto selection mode, touch
    the [Auto] key.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Paper size (1st cassette)
    Select what paper size will be displayed on the touch panel for
    1st cassette.

    1

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Paper size (2nd cassette)
    Select what paper size will be displayed on the touch panel for
    2nd cassette. (See “Paper size (1st cassette)”.)

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
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    • Paper type (1st cassette)
    Select the type (standard or special) of paper to be loaded in the
    1st cassette.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    • Check bypass sizing
    When copying with the multi-bypass, select whether or not you
    want to confirm the paper size key of the basic screen in regard
    to those cassettes that contain such special paper or recycled
    paper.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Paper type (1st cassette)” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Paper type (1st cassette)” screen will appear.

    2

    Inch specifications

    Select “Check bypass size express” in the setting item
    list at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch
    the [Change #] key.
    The “Check bypass size express” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Select the paper type as 1st cassette to be displayed on
    the touch panel, and then touch the [On] key.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    3

    Touch the [On] key when using custom size or changing
    paper type.

    NOTE

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Paper type (2nd cassette)
    Select the type (standard or special) of paper to be loaded in the
    2nd cassette. (See “Paper type (1st cassette)”.)

    6-16

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
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    • Auto shut-off time
    Select the length of time that you want to elapse - when the copier
    is not used -before the auto shut-off function automatically turns
    the power to the copier OFF.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

    • Auto preheat time
    Select the length of time that you want to elapse – after copying
    ends – before the energy-saving auto preheat function is engaged.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Auto shut-off time” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Auto shut-off time” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Auto preheat time” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Auto preheat time” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to select auto shut-off time
    after done copying or last settings.

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to select auto preheat time
    after done copying or last settings.

    NOTE
    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Select copy output mode (optional)
    Select whether to eject copied paper to copier or either the document finisher or job separator.

    1

    2

    3

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

    • Select FAX output mode (optional)
    Select where to eject facsimile paper: the inner tray, job separator, document finisher or mailbox.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select “Select Copy output mode” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Select copy output mode” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Select FAX output mode” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Select FAX output mode” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select which to eject copied paper: the inner tray, job
    separator, document finisher main tray or document finisher sub tray.

    3

    Select where to eject facsimile paper: the inner tray, job
    separator, document finisher or mailbox.

    NOTE
    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    6-18

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
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    • Select the main mode (optional)
    Select the screen displayed when the power is turned ON.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

    • Key sound ON/OFF
    Select whether you want the “beep” that sounds when you touch
    the touch panel to be turned ON or OFF.

    1

    Inch specifications

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2

    3

    Select “Select the main mode” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Select the main mode” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Key sound” in the setting item list at the left-hand
    side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #] key.
    The “Key sound ON/OFF” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select the screen displayed when the power is turned
    ON.

    NOTE

    3

    Select panel key sound mode ON or OFF.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Silent mode
    The copier can be switched to the silent mode, which stops the
    motor inside the copy machine immediately after copying has
    been finished.
    When “On” is selected, the motor stops immediately after copying has been finished.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)

    • Date/Time (optional)
    Set the date and time.
    NOTE
    • BE SURE to perform the “Time difference” setting prior to setting the day and time.

    1

    Inch specifications

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Silent mode” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Silent Mode” screen will appear.

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Date/Time” in the setting item list at the left-hand
    side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #] key.
    The “Date/Time” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    To use the silent mode, touch the [On] key.

    NOTE

    3

    Touch the [+] or [-] key to set the items of “Year”, “Month”,
    “Date”, and “Time”. To set the summer time, touch the
    [On] key of “Summertime”.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Time difference (optional)
    Set the time difference.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    • Management code change
    Change the pin code that gives you access to the various default
    settings and management.
    IMPORTANT
    • If you do change the management pin code, however, be sure
    to keep a note of the new code. If you do happen to forget the
    pin code, consult your sevice representation.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Time difference” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Time difference” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    2

    Select “Management code change” in the setting item
    list at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch
    the [Change #] key.
    The “Management code change” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [+] or [-] key to set the time difference.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

    3
    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    Enter the new management code by using the numeral
    keys.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

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    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Machine default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • Auto shut-off ON/OFF
    Select whether you want the auto shut-off time function to be
    turned ON or OFF.

    1

    Display the “Machine default” screen. (See (2) Accessing the machine default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Auto shut-off” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Auto shut-off” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    To use the Auto shut-off function, touch the [ON] key.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Machine default” screen.

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    (4) Copy default settings
    The following settings can be changed in the copy default setting mode. Set them as desired to gain full use of your copier.

    Copy default
    settings

    Content of copy default settings

    Setting range

    Default
    settings

    Page

    Exposure mode

    Specifies which copy exposure mode you want Manual/Auto
    to be automatically selected each time the copier
    is turned on, the auto exposure mode or the
    manual exposure mode.

    Manual

    6-25

    Exposure steps

    Selects how many exposure levels you want 1step/0.5step
    there to be in the manual exposure mode.

    1step

    6-26

    Original type

    Specify the copy quality mode that you want be Text + Photo/ Text / Photo
    automatically selected each time the copier is
    turned on.

    Text + Photo

    6-26

    ECO print

    Specifies whether you want the toner economy OFF/ON
    mode to be automatically selected or not each
    time the copier is turned on. It is also possible to
    disable selection of the toner economy mode.
    When ECO print is turned ON, a copy density
    level becomes low, but the toner consumption
    will be reduced.

    OFF

    6-27

    Background exp. adj.

    Adjusts the ground color of the copied paper.

    0

    6-27

    Paper selection

    Specifies whether you want paper of the same APS/Default cassette
    size as the originals to be automatically selected
    each time originals are set, or whether you want
    to manually select the paper size.

    APS

    6-28

    Default cassette

    Sets the most frequently used cassette to be 1st paper to 4th paper
    automatically selected before any other cassette.
    *The multi-bypass tray cannot be selected as
    the default cassette.

    1st paper

    6-28

    Default magnification

    Specifies which mode you want to be automati- Manual/AMS
    cally
    selected
    for
    enlargement/
    reduction(zoom)copying: the fixed-size zoom
    mode or the standard zoom mode.

    Manual

    6-29

    Auto exposure adjust- Adjusts the overall exposure level for the auto -3 to +3
    ment
    exposure mode.

    0

    6-29

    Auto exposure adjust- Adjusts the overall exposure level for scanning -3 to +3
    ment (OCR)
    with the OCR in the optional scanner mode.

    0

    6-30

    Manual exposure ad- Adjusts the overall exposure level for the manual -3 to +3
    justment
    exposure mode The exposure level can be set
    (Mixed)
    separately for each copy quality mode: “Text +
    Photo”.

    0

    6-30

    Manual exposure ad- Adjusts the overall exposure level for the manual -3 to +3
    justment
    exposure mode. The exposure level can be set
    (Text)
    for copy quality mode: “Text”.

    0

    6-31

    Manual exposure ad- Adjusts the overall exposure level for the manual -3 to +3
    justment
    exposure mode. The exposure level can be set
    (Photo)
    for copy quality mode: “Photo”.

    0

    6-31

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    Copy default
    settings

    Content of copy default settings

    Setting range

    Default
    settings

    Page

    Default margin width

    Sets the initial value of the margin width for the 0" to 3/4"
    left margin in the margin copy mode.
    0 mm to 18 mm

    1/4" left-side
    0" upper-side
    6 mm left-side
    0 mm upper-side

    6-32

    Default erase width

    Sets the initial value of the erasing border width 0" to 3/4"
    for the sheet erase or the outer erasing border 0 mm to 18 mm
    for the book erase in the border erase mode.

    1/4"
    6 mm

    6-32

    Preset limit

    Limits the number of copies that can be made 1 to 999
    at a time.

    999

    6-33

    Display register key

    Sets whether or not to display the Register key ON/OFF
    in the copy operation screen. The settings can
    be done by touching the Register key in each
    screen.

    ON

    6-33

    Customize
    (Main function)

    Selects the layout of the main functions in the • Reduce/Enlarge
    “Basic” screen.
    • Exposure Mode
    • 1/2 sided
    • Sort/Finish
    • Original quality
    • Original size

    1. Exposure Mode
    2. Reduce/
    Enlarge
    3. Sort/Finish
    4. 1/2 sided
    5. Original size
    6. Original
    quality

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    Customize
    (Add function)

    Selects the layout of the functions except the Other functions than
    main functions in the copy operating screens. main functions

    7. Margin
    8. Erase
    9. Combine
    10. None
    11. None
    12. None

    6-34

    (5) Accessing the copy default setting mode
    Display the “Copy default” screen.

    1

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Selection

    6-24

    2

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    En

    Reset

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    3

    Touch the [Copy default] key in the “Default setting menu”
    screen.
    The “Enter the administrator number” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    (6) Changing the copy default settings

    • Exposure mode
    Specify which copy exposure mode you want to be automatically
    selected each time the copier is turned on, the auto exposure
    mode or the manual exposure mode.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    Enter the 4-digit management pin code “ࠗࠗࠗࠗ” with
    the numeric keys. “2500” for Copiers with a copy speed
    of 25 copies per minute, “3500” for Copiers with a copy
    speed of 35 copies per minute or “4000” for Copiers with
    a copy speed of 40 copies per minute is set at the shipment.
    The “Copy default” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    2

    Select “Exposure mode” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Exposure mode” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • The 4-digit management pin code can be changed. (See “Management code change” on page 6-21.)

    5

    Select the item and then perform the settings by following “(3) Changing the default settings”.

    3

    Select default mode of copy exposure, auto or manual.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Exposure steps
    Selects how many exposure levels you want there to be in the
    manual exposure mode.

    1

    2

    3

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Original type
    Specify the copy quality mode that you want be automatically
    selected each time the copier is turned on.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select “Exposure steps” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Exposure steps” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Original image quality” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Original type” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select adjust step for copy exposure, 1 step or 0.5 step.

    NOTE

    3

    Select default mode of original image quality, “Text”,
    “Photo” or “Text + Photo”.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • ECO print
    Specify whether you want the toner economy mode to be automatically selected or not each time the copier is turned on. It is
    also possible to disable selection of the toner economy mode.

    1

    • Background exp. adj.
    Adjust the ground color of the copied paper.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2
    2

    Select “ECO print” in the setting item list at the left-hand
    side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #] key.
    The “ECO print” screen will appear.

    Select “Background exp. adj.” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Background exp. adj.” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    To use the ECO print function, touch the [ON] key.

    3

    Touch the [Lighter] key or [Darker] key to adjust density.

    NOTE
    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Paper selection
    Specify whether you want paper of the same size as the originals
    to be automatically selected each time originals are set, or whether
    you want to manually select the paper size.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Default cassette
    Set the most frequently used cassette to be automatically selected before any other cassette.
    *The stack bypass tray cannot be selected as the default cas
    sette.

    1

    Inch specifications

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Paper selection” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Paper selection” screen will appear.

    2

    Inch specifications

    Select “Default cassette” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Default cassette” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    To use the auto paper selection mode, touch the [APS]
    key. To select the paper size manually, touch the [Default
    cassette] key.

    NOTE

    3

    Select the 1st to 4th paper for cassette using priority.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Default magnification
    Specify which mode you want to be automatically selected
    for enlargement/reduction (zoom) copying: the fixed-size zoom
    mode or the standard zoom mode.

    1

    • Auto exposure adjustment
    Adjust the overall exposure level for the auto exposure mode.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2
    2

    Select “Default magnification” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Default magnification” screen will appear.

    Select “Auto exposure adjustment” in the setting item
    list at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch
    the [Change #] key.
    The “Auto exposure adjustment” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3
    3

    Touch the [Lighter] or [Darker] key to adjust default setting of copy exposure.

    Select default magnification mode, Manual or AMS.
    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Auto exposure adjustment (OCR) (optional)
    Adjust the overall exposure level for scanning with the OCR in
    the optional scanner mode.

    1

    2

    3

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Manual exposure adjustment (Mixed)
    Adjust the overall exposure level for the “Text + Photo” manual
    exposure mode.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select “Auto exposure adj. (OCR)” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Auto exposure adj. (OCR)” screen will appear.

    2

    Select “Manual exp. adj.(Mixed)” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Manual exp. adj. (Mixed)” screen will appear.

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Touch the [Lighter] or [Darker] key to adjust the exposure level.

    NOTE

    3

    Touch the [Lighter] key or [Darker] key to adjust default
    setting of copy exposure.

    NOTE

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Manual exposure adjustment (Text)
    Adjust the overall exposure level for the “Text” manual exposure
    mode.

    1

    2

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Manual exposure adjustment (Photo)
    Adjust the overall exposure level for the “Photo” manual exposure mode.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    Select “Manual exp. adj. (Text)” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Manual exp. adj. (Text)” screen will appear.

    2

    Inch specifications

    Select “Manual exposure adjustment (Photo)” in the setting item list at the left-hand side of the screen, and then
    touch the [Change #] key.
    The “Manual exposure adjustment (Photo)” screen will
    appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [Lighter] key or [Darker] key to adjust default
    setting of copy exposure.

    3

    Touch the [Lighter] or [Darker] key to adjust default setting of copy exposure.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Default margin width
    Set the initial value of the margin width for the left margin in the
    margin copy mode.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Default erase width
    Set the initial value of the erasing border width for the sheet erase
    or the outer erasing border for the book erase in the border erase
    mode.

    1

    Inch specifications

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Default margin width” in the setting item list at
    the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Default margin width” screen will appear.

    2

    Inch specifications

    Select “Default erase width” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Default erase width” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to adjust left margin width.

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to adjust erase width.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
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    • Preset limit
    Limit the number of copies that can be made at a time.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    • Display register key
    Sets whether or not to display the Register key in the copy operation screen. The settings can be done by touching the Register key in each screen.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Preset limit” in the setting item list at the lefthand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change #]
    key.
    The “Preset limit” screen will appear.

    2

    Inch specifications

    Select “Display register key” in the setting item list at the
    left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the [Change
    #] key.
    The “Display Register key” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [+] key or [–] key to select copy preset in one
    job.

    3

    To display the [Register] key, touch the [On] key.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    • Customize (Main function)
    Select the layout of the main functions in the Base screen.

    1

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    • Customize (Add function)
    Select the layout of the functions except the main functions in the
    copy operating screens.

    1

    Inch specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    2

    Select “Customize (Main function)” in the setting item
    list at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch
    the [Change #] key.
    The “Customize (Main function)” screen will appear.

    Metric specifications

    2

    Inch specifications

    Use the arrow keys to select an item, and then touch
    [Move ahead] or [Move to behind] to move the entry item
    in the “Resisted mode” box.

    Metric specifications

    3

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.

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    Select “Customize (Add function)” in the setting item list
    at the left-hand side of the screen, and then touch the
    [Change #] key.
    The “Customize (Add function)” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Display the “Copy default” screen. (See (5) Accessing
    the copy default setting mode.)

    Use the arrow keys in the “Addition Mode” box, to select
    an item, and then touch [←] key to move the entry item
    from the “Addition mode” box to the appropriate number
    low in the “Resisted mode” box.

    NOTE
    • To cancel the settings, touch [Back] key. The display will return
    to the “Copy default” screen.

    4

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Copy default” screen.

    5

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
    screen.



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    3. Print Form
    Output the counter report by following the steps as shown.

    3

    Report Contents
    <Copy Report>
    Outputs the list of the default values selected in the Copy Default
    Setting.
    <Machine Report>
    Outputs the list of the default values selected in the Machine
    Default Setting.
    <Counter Report>
    Outputs the average copy density (black ratio (%) ) for each print
    size of the copy, printer or FAX function.

    Touch the [Print form] key.
    The “Enter the administrator number” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    NOTE
    • Make sure 11" ✕ 8 1/2" or A4 size paper is set in the drawer. If
    not, set it. When the wrong paper is set, the paper selection
    screen will appear before the start of copy.

    1

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Selection

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    2

    8

    Interrupt

    En

    4

    Reset

    Stop/
    Clear

    Enter the 4-digit management pin code “ࠗࠗࠗࠗ” with
    the numeric keys. “2500” for Copiers with a copy speed
    of 25 copies per minute, “3500” for Copiers with a copy
    speed of 35 copies per minute or “4000” for Copiers with
    a copy speed of 40 copies per minute is set at the shipment.
    The “Print report menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    9

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • The 4-digit management pin code can be changed. (See “Management code change” on page 6-21.)

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    5

    Touch any of the report type keys.
    The message “Now Copying.” will appear, and then the
    report will be output.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • To cancel the report output, touch the [Cancel] key.
    When the report is complete, the display will return to
    the “Print report menu” screen.

    6

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    4. Selection of language
    Select the language to be used in the message display, from
    English, French, Spanish or Japanese. (For Metric specifications,
    English, German, French, Italian or Spanish)

    5

    To display the screen with another language, do the steps
    1 to 3, and then select another language in the step 4.
    Inch specifications

    1

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Selection

    2

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    En

    Reset

    Metric specifications
    Stop/
    Clear

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Touch the [Language] key. The “Language” screen will
    appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    Touch the key corresponding to the desired language.
    For example, the following “Basic” screen will appear
    when the [Français] key is touched.

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    5. Drum refreshing
    Perform drum refreshing if the images are copied incorrectly or
    the dots not in the original are printed on the copied paper.

    4

    Touch the [Drum refresh] key.
    The “Drum refresh” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    IMPORTANT
    (Inch specifications)
    The available size of paper is limited to 11"×8 1/2" or 11"×17".
    (Metric specifications)
    The available size of paper is limited to A4 or A3.

    1

    Set the paper in the multi-bypass tray.

    2

    Press the [ ] (Default setting) key on the control panel.

    Metric specifications

    Selection

    Management

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Interrupt

    En

    Reset

    5
    Stop/
    Clear

    Touch the [On] key.
    The “Now drum refreshing.” message will appear and
    the paper is fed from the multi-bypass to execute drum
    refreshing.
    Inch specifications

    3

    The “Default setting menu” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    Metric specifications

    NOTE
    • To cancel drum refreshing, touch the [cancel] key.

    When drum refreshing completes after ejecting the paper, the Drum refresh screen will appear.

    6

    6-38

    Touch the [Close] key.
    The display will return to the “Default setting menu”
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    CHAPTER 7

    OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

    (1) Duplex Document Processor

    3 Document Processor part names
    6

    The Duplex Document Processor automatically feeds one-sided
    originals one by one for scanning. It also reverses two-sided originals automatically for duplex copying and page separation copying.

    5

    2
    1

    3
    4

    1 Originals that can be used with the Document Processor
    Sheet originals only
    • Original weights: Single-sided original of 35 g/m2 to 160 g/m2
    two-sided original of 50 g/m2 to 120g g/m2
    • Original sizes: 11" ✕ 17"/A3 (maximum) to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"/A5R
    (minimum)
    • Capacity: 100 sheets ( 8 1/2" ✕ 11"/A4 and smaller,
    75 g/m2 or 80 g/m2)
    70 sheets (8 1/2" ✕ 14"/Folio and larger,
    75 g/m2 or 80 g/m2)
    30 sheets in auto selection mode
    2 Precautions for the use of Document Processor
    Do not use any of the originals given below with the Document
    Processor. Also do not set originals with punch holes or tear-off
    strips positioned at the leading edge.
    • Transparency films
    • Carbon paper and extremely creased or folded originals, originals of sort material such as vinyl
    • Non-square originals, wet originals, originals with adhesive tape
    or glue
    • Originals bundled with a paper clip or staple (if inevitable, remove the paper clip or staple and straighten out the creases
    and folds before setting the originals)
    • Clipped out originals, originals with slippery surface
    • Originals with still-wet whiteout
    • Originals with creases (if inevitable, straighten out the creases
    before setting the originals)

    1 Original table
    (Place the originals here.)
    2 Original insertion guides
    (Adjust the guides to the width of the originals.)
    3 Document Processor open/close handle
    (Hold this handle when opening and closing the Document
    Processor.)
    4 Original eject cover
    (Copied originals are stored here.)
    5 Document Processor original cover
    (Open this cover to remove an original misfed in the Document Processor.)
    6 Original set indicator
    (Lights green when the originals are set.)
    4 How to set originals in the Document Processor

    1

    Adjust the original insertion guides to the original size.

    NOTE
    • Before setting the originals in the Document Processor, check
    that no original from the previous operation is remaining on the
    original eject cover. Originals remaining on the original eject
    cover may cause original misfeed.

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    2

    Set the originals on the original table in correct sequence
    with the side to be copied facing upward. Securely insert the leading edge of the originals into the Document
    Processor as far as they will go.

    * When setting large size paper such as 8 1/2" ✕ 11",
    A4R or larger, pull out the support extension.

    2

    Set the original with the side to be copied facing downward.
    Be sure to align the original with the original size scales.

    3

    Hold the Document Processor open/close handle and
    close the Document Processor.

    IMPORTANT
    IMPORTANT
    • Do not set originals exceeding the limit indicated on the sticker
    attached on the rear original insertion guide. Setting more originals than specified may cause original misfeed.

    5 How to set originals on the platen
    When using an original that cannot be set in the Document Processor, such as a book or magazine, open the Document Processor and place it on the platen.

    1

    Hold the Document Processor open/close handle and
    open the Document Processor.
    * Before opening the Document Processor, check that
    no original is present on the original table or original
    eject cover. If present, the original may fall off when the
    Document Processor is opened.

    • Do not press the Document Processor against the platen with
    force. Doing so many cause damage to the glass material.

    CAUTION
    DO NOT leave the document processor open as
    there is a danger of personal injury.

    (2) Document Processor
    This document feeder automatically feeds and scans each original, one by one, for copying. Refer to Duplex Document Processor for detailed information on how to use the Document Processor.
    IMPORTANT
    • Document Processor does not have the original set indicator.
    • Document Processor can be used only for Copiers with a copy
    speed of 25 copies per minute.

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    (3) Paper Feeder
    Two Paper Feeders of the same type as drawer in the main body
    can be added.
    Capacity and the paper loading method is the same as those for
    the standard drawer in the main unit.
    * Paper misfed in the optional Paper Feeder can be removed by
    opening its left cover.

    (4) Paper Feeder
    The Paper Feeder holds up to 3,000 sheets of 11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4
    size standard paper.
    Pull the Paper Feeder out towards you as far as it will go, and
    then load up to 1,500 sheets of paper in each rows.
    * The cover on the left side of the Paper Feeder is prepared to
    remove misfed paper.

    IMPORTANT
    • If copies come out curled or are tacked unevenly, turn the paper
    in the drawer over.
    • When copying onto special paper such as OHP film and other
    transparencies, use Non-sort mode.

    1 Copying in Sort:ON mode
    This mode automatically sorts copies made from multiple originals into sets identical to the originals.

    1

    Press the [Sort/Finish] key.
    The “Sort/Finished” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    (5) Document Finisher
    This unit lets you store a large volume of copies and shifts the
    position of each copy set for ease of sorting. It can staple finished copy sets and bind them. It is also possible to use the Document Finisher to punch holes in them for filling purposes (optional). For more detailed information, refer to the operation guide
    for the Document Finisher.

    2

    Touch the [Sort:ON] key. The [One page per file] key will
    be changed to the [1set] key.

    3

    Press the [1set] key.

    4

    Press the [Close] key. The message display returns to
    the Function screen.

    5

    Set the originals to be copied.

    6

    Press the [Start] key. Scanning of the originals will start.
    The number of scanned originals will be displayed.

    NOTE
    • Repeat this operation for all originals when using the platen.

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    7

    8

    After all the originals have been scanned, press the
    [Scanning finished] key.
    Copying will begin and finished copies will be ejected
    face down onto the tray with each full set shifted slightly
    from the previous one.

    3 Copying in the Staple mode
    This mode automatically staples each copy set.

    1

    Press the [Sort/Finish] key.
    The “Sort/Finished” screen will appear.
    Inch specifications

    Remove all of the finished copies from the tray.

    2 Copying in Sort:OFF mode
    This mode automatically groups copies made from multiple originals, with all the copies produced from an individual original
    stacked together in one set.

    1

    Press the [Sort/Finish] key.
    The “Sort/Finished” screen will appear.

    Metric specifications

    Inch specifications

    2

    Press the [Staple mode] key.
    The staple mode set-up screen will appear.

    Metric specifications

    2

    Press the [Sort:OFF] key.

    3

    Press the [One page per file] key.

    4

    Press the [Close] key. The message display returns to
    the Function screen.

    5

    Set the originals to be copied.

    6

    Press the [Start] key. Scanning of the originals will start.
    The number of scanned originals will be displayed.

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    3

    Press the key that corresponds to the desired stapling
    style.
    * Stapling will be accomplished as shown in the illustration (as viewed from the front of the copies).

    After all the originals have been scanned, press the
    [Scanning finished] key.
    Copying will begin and finished copies will be ejected
    face down onto the tray with each full set shifted slightly
    from the previous one.

    8

    Remove all of the finished copies from the tray.

    7-4

    4

    A

    7

    A
    A

    A

    A

    • Repeat this operation for all originals when using the platen.

    A

    NOTE

    Set the originals to be copied. Check the direction of the
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    5

    Press the [Start] key. Scanning of the originals will start.
    The number of scanned originals will be displayed.

    NOTE
    • Repeat this operation for all originals when using the platen.

    6
    7

    IMPORTANT
    • When the optional punch unit is not installed, the [Punch mode]
    key will not appear.

    3

    Touch the [2 holes] key. The staple position set screen
    will appear.

    After all the originals have been scanned, press the
    [Scanning finished] key.
    Copying will begin and the copies will be automatically
    stapled and ejected face down onto the tray.

    Inch specifications

    7

    Remove all of the finished copies from the tray.

    4 Copying in the Hole Punch mode (optional)
    Copies can be automatically hole punched.

    1

    Metric specifications

    Press the [Sort/Finished] key.
    The “Sort/Finished” screen will appear.

    7

    Inch specifications

    4

    Press the key that corresponds to the desired position
    of holes.

    2

    A

    Press the [Punch mode] key.
    The hole “Punch” screen will appear.

    A

    A

    A

    * Hole punching will be accomplished as shown in the
    illustration (as viewed from the front of the copies).

    Metric specifications

    Inch specifications
    IMPORTANT

    7

    Metric specifications

    7

    • The position of the holes on each page may differ very slightly
    due to the fact that holes are punched in one sheet at a time.

    5

    Set the originals to be copied.

    6

    Press the [Start] key. Scanning of the originals will start.
    The number of scanned originals will be displayed.

    NOTE
    • Repeat this operation for all originals when using the platen.

    7

    After all the originals have been scanned, press the
    [Scanning finished] key.
    Copying will begin and the copies will be automatically
    punched and ejected face down onto the tray.

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    8

    Remove all of the finished copies from the tray.

    * When setting large size paper such as 8 1/2"✕11, A4R or larger,
    pull out the support extension.

    (6) Document Finisher
    The Document Finisher stores a large quantity copies, and sorts
    multiple sets by shifting the position that each one is ejected. It is
    also possible to use the Document Finisher to staple the copy
    sets or punch holes in them for filling purposes.
    For detailed information, refer to the operation guide for the Document Finisher. For information on how to use the Document Finisher, refer to “(5) Document Finisher”.
    1 Refilling the Stapling Unit

    1

    Open the stapler front cover towards you.

    2

    Pull out the staple holder.

    3

    Remove the empty staple cartridge from the staple
    holder.

    * Stacking mode
    If the number of copies to be made in the Non-sort mode is set to
    a number greater than the acceptable limit (250 sheets), the finished copies will be ejected onto the Sort tray.

    (7) Built-in Finisher
    The finisher stores a large quantity of copies. It can also sorts
    multiple copies into sets by shifting the eject position. Paginated
    copies can be stapled, too.
    1

    2

    1 Sort tray
    2 Finisher tray
    * Sorted copies are ejected to the Sort tray.

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    4

    Hold the staple holder in one hand and the new staple
    cartridge in the other and insert the new staple cartridge
    making sure the direction of insertion is correct.

    2

    Remove the jammed staple from the tip of the staple
    cartridge (the end where staples are set).

    3

    Lower the protective faceplate back into its original position.

    4

    Replace the staple holder back in its original position in
    the Stapling Unit. Once it has been fully inserted, it will
    click into place.

    5

    Lift up the Stapling Unit slightly and than lower it into its
    original position.

    6

    Close the stapler front cover securely.

    * The arrow on the staple cartridge indicates the correct
    direction of insertion.

    5

    6

    Make sure the new staple cartridge is completely inserted
    all the way into the staple holder and then remove the
    paper tape covering the staple cartridge.

    Replace the staple holder back in its original position in
    the Stapling Unit. Once it has been fully inserted, it will
    click into place.

    (8) Duplex unit
    If the Duplex unit is installed, duplex copies can be made. Duplex
    copies can be made with A3 to A5R [11" ✕ 17" to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"]
    (75 to 80 g/m2) paper.

    2 Clearing a staple jam

    1

    1 Refilling
    Remove the staple cartridge referring to the “1
    the Stapling Unit”.
    Push up on the tab “A” on the protective faceplate in
    order to raise the faceplate.

    A

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    (9) Job separator
    When using the optional printer function, the paper eject point
    can be changed according to the used function, making it easier
    to sort paper.
    Copied paper can be ejected to the job separator (upper section). See “Select copy output mode” in Machine default setting
    on page 6-18.
    * The job separator can store up to 100 copies. When making
    101 or more copies, copying will stop when 100 copies are made.
    Copying will resume automatically when the copied sheets are
    removed.

    (11) Printer board
    If the printer board is installed, this copier can be used as a printer.
    For more detailed information, see the printer’s operation guide.
    Since the network board is equipped, this copier can also be
    used as a network printer, allowing access from multiple computers. The optional printer network kit and hard disk are also available.

    (12) Printer/scanner kit

    (10) Key counter
    The key counter determines the number of copies that have been
    made. It is useful for copier centralized management on a department or even company level.
    * The key counter may count up when either data from a computer is printed out or fax pages are printed out.

    If the printer/scanner kit is installed, this copier can be used as a
    printer or a network scanner. For more detailed information, see
    the operation guide for the printer/scanner kit. Since the network
    board is equipped, this copier can also be used as a network
    printer, allowing access from multiple computers. The optional
    printer network kit and hard disk are also available.

    (13) Fax kit

    • Setting the key counter
    Insert the key counter securely into the key counter opening.

    NOTE
    • When the key counter function is used, copies cannot be made
    unless the key counter is inserted into the copier. If the key
    counter is not inserted securely, “Insert key counter.” appears
    on the message display.

    7-8

    If the fax kit is installed, this copier can be used as a fax. Also if
    the fax kit is used together with the optional printer/scanner kit,
    this copier can be used as a network fax, allowing transmission
    and reception by a computer. For details, see the operation guide
    for the fax.
    * In some cases, this function may not be used.



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    CHAPTER 8

    WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS

    1. Error messages
    When any of the messages listed in the table below appear on the message display, take the corrective action as instructed.

    Message

    Action

    “Close xxx cover x.”

    The cover indicated is open. Close the cover securely.

    “Add paper in cassette.”

    There is no paper in the drawer indicated. Load paper.

    “Set cassette.”

    One of the drawers is not closed properly. Pull it out and push it back in all
    the way.

    “Paper cassette is out of order. Select another
    paper drawer.”

    The drawer currently in use is out of order and cannot be used. Contact
    your service representative immediately. Continue copying using another
    drawer.

    “Check paper size.”

    No paper that can be used in the selected mode is loaded. Check the
    paper.

    “Reposition original.”

    “Exceeds pre registered copying quantity.”

    “Ready to copy. Add toner.”

    “Add toner to resume copying.”

    Page


    3-1







    The orientation of the original and the selected paper are different. Change
    the orientation of the original. If the Start key is pressed, same-size copying will be performed.



    The number of copies reached the limit set in the copy management
    mode and no more copies can be made. Clear the copy count from the
    management mode.

    6-1

    There is not enough toner in the copier. Replace the toner container immediately as only one copy can be made at a time.

    3-4

    There is not enough toner in the copier to make copies. Replace the
    toner container immediately.

    3-4

    “System error.
    Main switch off/on.”

    A system error has occurred. Turn the main switch OFF and then ON.

    “System error.
    Disconnect power plug from the socket.”

    A system error has occurred. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet
    and connect it again.

    “Call service.”

    Open and close the front cover. If the same message appears again,
    make a note of the “C” and the number appearing with it, turn the main
    switch OFF (ࠗ), unplug the power cord from the outlet, and contact your
    service representative.

    8-6

    8-6



    * If the optional fax kit is installed in your copier, when the power cord is unplugged from the outlet, original data or reserved communication information stored in the memory may be lost.

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    Message
    “Time for maintenance”

    “Memory full.”

    Action

    Page

    Periodic maintenance is necessary to keep your copier in good condition.
    Contact your service representative as soon as possible.



    The copier memory is full. Either print out or clear all scanned data. It is
    not possible to copy or scan another original until one of these two operations is performed.
    The copier memory size and the capacity for scanning originals are shown
    below.
    Memory
    32MB (standard)
    32MB (standard) + 32MB (optional)
    32MB (standard) + 64MB (optional)
    32MB (standard) + 128MB (optional)

    Total
    32MB
    64MB
    96MB
    160MB



    Scanning capacity*
    122 originals
    292 originals
    462 originals
    802 originals

    *When using the standard original specified by our company (A4 paper,
    Characters account for 6% of the original).
    “Misfeed in xxx.”

    “Misfeed in Doc Proces. Remove original(s).”

    “Duplex tray inoperable, call service.”

    If paper is misfed, the copier will stop and the location of the misfeed will
    appear on the message display. Remove the misfed paper with the main
    switch turned ON ( | ) by following the appropriate procedure.

    Originals have not been fed correctly from the Document Processor (optional). Remove the originals with the main switch turned ON (|) by following the appropriate procedure.

    The duplex unit (optional) is out of order and duplex copying is not possible.
    Contact your service representative immediately.

    “Paper capacity exceeded.
    Remove paper from Job sep.”

    There are 100 sheets of paper stored on the optional job separator. Remove the paper and resume copying.

    “Remove paper form inner tray of Finisher.”

    Paper has been misfed inside the document finisher (optional). See the
    document finisher’s operation guide and remove the paper.

    “Out of staples. Add staples.”

    “Cannot staple this size.”

    “Replace the waste toner box.”

    “Close Document processor cover.”

    8-2

    There are no staples in the document finisher (optional). See the document finisher’s operation guide and replace the staple cartridge.

    Stapling is not possible with small size paper. For details, see the document finisher’s operation guide .

    The waste toner box is filled with waste toner. Replace the waste toner
    box with a new one.

    The document processor original cover of the optional document processor is open. Close the cover securely.

    8-3

    8-4











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    CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS

    2. When an indicator lights or blinks orange
    When the Copy, Printer, Scanner or Fax indicator lights or blinks orange, take appropriate action as instructed by the message.

    Copier

    Printer

    Scanner

    Fax

    Indicator
    Lights or Blinks orange

    Action
    Take appropriate measures according to the message.

    Page


    3. When paper misfeeds
    If a paper misfeed occurs, copying will stop. A misfeed message will appear and the misfeed location will be indicated on the message
    display.
    Remove the misfed paper by referring to “(2) Removal procedures” with the main switch.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

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    CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS
    (1) Cautions

    2

    Remove the misfed paper while taking care not to tear it.
    * If the paper should be torn, remove all the scraps from
    the inside the copier.

    3

    Close the drawer slowly.
    * Check that the paper is kept under the claws of the
    drawer. If not, reload the paper.

    WARNING
    High voltage is present in the charger section. Take
    sufficient care when working in this area, as there is a
    danger of electrical shock.

    CAUTION
    The copier’s fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
    care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
    getting burned.
    • Do not reuse misfed paper.
    • If paper is torn during removal, be sure to remove all loose scraps
    from inside the copier, or they could cause misfeed later.
    • After misfed paper has been removed, warm-up will begin. The
    Misfeed indicator will turn off and the copier will return to the
    same settings prior to the misfeed.

    • Misfeed in left cover 1 (JAM 30 to 34, 36 to 52, 60, 61)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the left
    cover 1. Remove the misfed paper using the procedure given
    below.
    Inch specifications

    (2) Removal procedures
    1 Misfeed in paper feed section
    • Misfeed in drawer (JAM 10 to 13, 15 to 17)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    drawer (or optional paper feeder). Remove the misfed paper using the procedure given below.
    Metric specifications

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    1

    8-4

    Open the drawer.

    1

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.



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    2

    Remove the misfed paper.

    • Misfeed in left cover 1 (JAM 35)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    left cover 1. Remove the misfed paper using the procedure given
    below.
    Inch specifications

    3

    4

    When the duplex unit is installed, raise the duplex unit
    to remove the misfed paper.

    Metric specifications

    1

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    2

    Remove the misfed paper.

    3

    When the duplex unit is installed, raise the duplex unit
    to remove the misfed paper.

    4

    Remove the misfed paper in the output section.

    Remove the misfed paper in the output section.

    CAUTION
    The copier’s fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
    care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
    getting burned.

    5

    Close the left cover 1.

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    CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS

    CAUTION

    9

    When the optional fax kit is installed, the message below appears. Perform the appropriate action by following the message.
    Inch specifications

    The copier’s fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
    care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
    getting burned.

    Metric specifications

    5
    6

    Close the left cover 1.
    Press the [START] key after the “Press Start Key. Restarting.” message appears.
    The message below appears.
    Inch specifications

    • Misfeed in left cover 2 (JAM 18, 22)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the left
    cover 1. Remove the misfed paper using the procedure given
    below.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications
    Metric specifications

    7
    8

    Repeat the steps 1 to 6.
    The message below appears. Perform the appropriate
    action by following the message.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    8-6

    1

    Open the left cover 2.



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    2

    Remove the misfed paper.

    3

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    3

    Close the left cover 2.

    4

    Remove the misfed paper.

    5

    When the duplex unit is installed, raise the duplex unit to
    remove the misfed paper.

    • Misfeed in multi-bypass (JAM14, 20, 21, 23)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    multi-bypass.
    Remove the misfed paper using the procedure given below.
    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    1

    Remove all the paper remaining in the multi-bypass.

    If the misfed paper cannot be removed, go to the next
    step.

    6

    2

    Open the front cover.

    Pull up the lever to remove the misfed paper.
    * If the misfed paper cannot be removed, go to the next
    step.

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    7

    Turn the knob clockwise to release the misfed paper from
    the internal tray section.

    13

    Remove the misfed paper.

    8

    14

    Replace the internal tray in its original position.

    Remove the misfed paper.

    15

    Close the front cover.

    2 Misfeed in Duplex Document Processor (optional) (JAM
    70 to 76)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    Duplex Document Processor. Remove the misfed original using
    the procedure given below.
    Inch specifications

    9

    Pull out the internal tray.

    Metric specifications

    10

    Open the internal tray cover.

    11

    Remove the misfed paper.

    12

    If the paper has been torn, remove the internal tray.

    8-8

    1

    If the original is on the original table, remove it.

    2

    Open the Document Processor original cover.



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    3

    If the misfed original is found, remove it.
    * If paper is torn during removal, be sure to remove all
    loose scraps from inside the copier, or they could cause
    misfeed later.

    Inch specifications

    Metric specifications

    4

    Raise the reversing unit.

    5

    If the misfed original is found, remove it.
    * If paper is torn during removal, be sure to remove all
    loose scraps from inside the copier, or they could cause
    misfeed later.

    6

    1

    Open the Document Processor original cover.

    2

    Remove the misfed original.
    * If paper is torn during removal, be sure to remove all
    loose scraps from inside the copier, or they could cause
    misfeed later.

    3

    Close the Document Processor original cover.

    Turn the left knob to eject and remove the misfed original.

    4 Misfeed in built-in finisher (optional) (JAM 80 to 84)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    built-in finisher. Remove the misfed paper using the procedure
    below.
    Inch specifications

    7

    Close the Document Processor original cover.

    3 Misfeed in Document Processor (optional) (JAM 70 to 73)
    If the message below appears, a misfeed has occurred in the
    Document Processor. Remove the misfed original using the procedure given below.

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    Metric specifications

    5

    Remove the tray.

    3

    1

    2

    1

    Remove the misfed paper in the built-in finisher output
    section.

    2

    Lower the built-in finisher tray.

    3

    4

    6

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    7

    Remove the misfed paper.

    8

    Install the tray.

    9

    Close the left cover 1.

    Remove the misfed paper.

    Raise the built-in finisher tray back into its original position.

    5 Misfed in document finisher (optional) (JAM 80 to 89)
    If a misfeed has occurred in the document finisher, remove the
    misfed paper referring to the operation guide for the document
    finisher.

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    CHAPTER 8 WHEN A PROBLEM OCCURS

    4. Troubleshooting
    If trouble occurs, carry out the applicable checks and actions given below. If the trouble persists, contact your service representative.

    Checks

    Trouble

    Action

    Nothing lights on the operation panel when the
    main switch is turned ON.

    Is the power plug connected to an AC
    outlet?

    Connect the plug to an AC outlet.

    No copies come out when
    the Start key is pressed.

    Is there any message appearing on the
    message display?

    Perform the corrective action corresponding
    to the message.

    Copies come out blank.

    Are the originals set correctly?

    When setting originals on the platen, place
    them face-down.



    When setting originals in the optional Document Processor, place them face-up.

    Copies come out too light.

    Is the copier in the auto exposure
    mode?

    To change the overall exposure, perform the
    auto exposure adjustment.

    Is the copier in the manual exposure
    mode?

    Adjust the exposure to the correct degree
    using the copy exposure adjustment keys.

    To change the overall exposure, perform the
    exposure adjustment for the each copy quality mode.

    Is the add toner message displayed?

    Page

    8-1

    4-1

    7-2

    6-28

    4-2

    6-30
    6-31

    Replace the toner container.
    3-4

    Is paper wet?

    Replace the paper with new paper.
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    Trouble
    Copies come out too dark.

    Checks

    Action

    Is the copier in the auto exposure mode?

    To change the overall exposure, perform the
    auto exposure adjustment.

    Is the copier in the manual exposure
    mode?

    Adjust the exposure to the correct degree
    using the copy exposure adjustment keys.

    To change the overall exposure, perform the
    exposure adjustment for the each copy quality mode.

    Copies are dirty.

    Is the platen or the original cover dirty?

    Page

    6-28

    4-2

    6-30
    6-31

    Clean the platen and/or the original cover.
    9-1

    Copy image is askew.

    Misfeed occurs frequently.

    Open the front cover and pull and push back
    in the cleaning shaft.

    3-5

    Is the transfer roller contaminated?

    Clean the transfer roller with the cleaning
    brush.

    9-2

    Are the originals set correctly?

    When setting originals on the platen, align
    their edges with the correct original size
    scale for their size.

    4-1

    When setting originals in the optional Document Processor, adjust the original insertion
    guides to the size of the originals correctly.

    7-1

    Is the paper set correctly in the drawer?

    Set paper properly.
    3-1

    Is paper curled, folded or wrinkled?

    Replace the paper with new paper.
    3-1

    Is there any misfed paper or loose scraps
    of paper remaining inside the copier?

    Carry out the appropriate procedure to remove the paper.

    Copies are wrinkled.

    Is the separation in the paper feed section dirty?

    Clean the separator.

    9-1

    Black or white lines appear
    on the copy.

    Is the electrostatic section dirty?

    Open the front cover and pull and push back
    in the cleaning shaft.

    3-5
    3-6

    8-12

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    CHAPTER 9

    CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS

    1. Cleaning the copier

    CAUTION

    * If soiling, such as black lines appear on the copy while using
    the optional Document Processor, the slit glass a is soiled.
    Wipe the slit glass with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a
    mild detergent.

    For safety purposes, ALWAYS remove the power plug
    from the outlet when performing cleaning operations.
    a

    • Cleaning the original cover
    Lift open the original cover. Wipe the back side of the original
    cover with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a mild detergent.
    *Never use thinner or other organic solvents for this purpose.

    • Cleaning the separator
    NOTE
    • To keep the best copying quality, perform cleaning periodically
    (approximately once a month) using the following procedure.

    • Cleaning the platen

    1

    Open the front cover.

    2

    Remove the cleaning brush.

    Lift open the original cover. Wipe the platen with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or a mild detergent.
    *Never use thinner or other organic solvents for this purpose.

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    3

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    3

    Pull up the lock lever to open the left cover 1.

    4

    Clean the separator by moving the cleaning brush from
    left to right several times along with the separator.

    4

    While rotating the gear as shown, clean the transfer roller
    by moving the cleaning brush from left to right along with
    the transfer roller.

    5

    Close the left cover 1.

    5

    Close the left cover 1.

    • Cleaning the transfer roller

    1

    Open the front cover.

    2

    Remove the cleaning brush.

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    CHAPTER 9 CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS

    2. Specifications
    Type .....................................................................
    Original table ........................................................
    Copying system ....................................................
    Originals ...............................................................
    Copy sizes ............................................................

    Copying speed .....................................................

    Warm-up time .......................................................
    First copy time ......................................................
    Zoom ratio ............................................................
    Standard amount of memory ................................
    Resolution ............................................................
    Paper feed system ...............................................

    Copy paper ...........................................................

    Continuous copying ..............................................
    Light source ..........................................................
    Developing system ...............................................
    Fixing system .......................................................
    Cleaning system ...................................................
    Photoconductor ....................................................
    Functions and modes ...........................................

    Power source .......................................................
    Power consumption ..............................................
    Dimensions ..........................................................
    Weight ..................................................................
    Noise emission .....................................................
    Required space ....................................................
    Optional equipment ..............................................

    Desk-top
    Fixed type
    Indirect electrostatic
    Sheets, books and 3-dimensional objects (Maximum original size: 11" ✕ 17"/A3)
    11" ✕ 17"/A3, 8 1/2" ✕ 14"/B4, 11 ✕ 8 1/2"/A4, 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"/A5R, A6R, Folio (for
    metric specifications), envelopes (when used as printer)
    Duplex copying: 11" ✕ 17"/A3 to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"/A5R
    Copiers with a copy speed of 25 copies per minute: Same-size copying/memory copying; 11" ✕ 17"/A3: 15 copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 14"/B4: 18 copies/min., 11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4: 25
    copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 11"/A4R: 20 copies/min.
    Copiers with a copy speed of 35 copies per minute: Same-size copying/memory copying; 11” ✕ 17”/A3: 19 copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 14"/B4: 23 copies/min., 11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4: 35
    copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 11"/A4R: 25 copies/min.
    Copiers with a copy speed of 40 copies per minute: Same-size copying/memory copying; 11” ✕ 17”/A3: 19 copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 14"/B4: 23 copies/min., 11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4: 40
    copies/min., 8 1/2" ✕ 11"/A4R: 25 copies/min.
    Within 60 seconds (at room temperature of 68˚F, humidity 65%RH)
    From energy saver mode: Within 30 seconds
    From 3.9 seconds (11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4)
    Any ratio between 25 and 400% (in increments of 1%). Alternatively, standard ratios.
    32MB
    Reading: 600 ✕ 600 dpi
    Writing: 600 ✕ 600 dpi
    Automatic feeding from drawers (2 drawers, capacity 500 sheets each [80 g/m2/standard paper specified by our company]), automatic feeding from multi-bypass (capacity 200 sheets [80g/m2])
    Drawer : Standard paper (60 – 105 g/m2)
    Duplex unit: Standard paper (64 – 80 g/m2)
    Multi-bypass: Standard paper (45 – 200 g/m2), special paper (letterheads, colored
    paper and transparencies), envelopes (DL, C5, COM-#10, Monarch) [when using the
    printer function only]
    1 – 250 sheets
    Rare gas lamp
    Dry process
    Heat roller
    Blade
    a-Si
    Self-diagnosis function, energy save mode, auto exposure adjustment function, original size detection function, auto paper size selection function, auto magnification selection mode, zoom copy mode, standard zoom mode, size zoom mode, photo mode,
    margin mode, border erase mode, layout copy, sort mode, copy management function, language selection function
    Inch specifications: 120 V AC, 60 Hz, 11 A Max.
    Metric specifications: 220-240 V AC, 50 or 60 Hz, 4.5 A (Average).
    Rated power consumption: 1320 W Max. for Inch specifications
    1368 W Max. for Metric specifications
    23"(W) ✕ 25 2/5"(D) ✕ 29 1/3"(H)
    585 mm (W) ✕ 646 mm (D) ✕ 745 mm (H)
    Approx. 165 lbs.
    Approx. 79 kg
    < 70dB (A)
    =
    23"(W) ✕ 25 2/5"(D)
    585 mm (W) ✕ 646 mm (D)
    Document Processor (only for Copiers with a copy speed of 25 copies per minute),
    Duplex Document Processor, Paper Feeder, Document Finisher, Bult-in Finisher, duplex unit, job separator, key counter, printer board, printer/scanner kit, Fax kit, original
    holder

    (Specifications are subject to change without notice.)

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    CHAPTER 9 CLEANING AND SPECIFICATIONS

    3. Optional units
    The installation location of each option is described. Also refer to the Operation guide of each option.
    • Available options
    The following options are available with the copier.

    Duplex Document
    Processor

    Document
    Processor

    Key counter

    Printer/scanner kit

    Printer board

    Fax kit

    Duplex unit

    9-4

    Document
    Finisher

    Paper Feeder

    Document
    Finisher

    Paper Feeder

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    Duplex Document Processor
    The Duplex Document Processor automatically feeds one-sided originals one by one for scanning. It also reverses two-sided originals
    automatically for duplex copying and page separation copying.
    Document Processor
    This document feeder automatically feeds and scans each original, one by one, for copying.
    Paper Feeder
    Two Paper Feeders of the same type as drawer in the main body can be added.
    Capacity and the paper loading method is the same as those for the standard drawer in the main unit.
    Paper Feeder
    The Paper Feeder holds up to 3,000 sheets of 11" ✕ 8 1/2"/A4 size standard paper.
    Pull the Paper Feeder out towards you as far as it will go, and then load up to 1,500 sheets of paper in each rows.
    Document Finisher
    This unit lets you store a large volume of copies and shifts the position of each copy set for ease of sorting. It can staple finished copy sets
    and bind them. It is also possible to use the Document Finisher to punch holes in them for filling purposes (optional).
    Document Finisher
    The Document Finisher stores a large quantity copies, and sorts multiple sets by shifting the position that each one is ejected. It is also
    possible to use the Document Finisher to staple the copy sets or punch holes in them for filling purposes.
    Built-in Finisher
    The finisher stores a large quantity of copies. It can also sorts multiple copies into sets by shifting the eject position. Paginated copies can
    be stapled, too.
    Duplex unit
    If the Duplex unit is installed, duplex copies can be made. Duplex copies can be made with A3 to A5R [11" ✕ 17" to 5 1/2" ✕ 8 1/2"]
    (75 to 80 g/m2) paper.
    Job separator
    When using the optional printer function, the paper eject point can be changed according to the used function, making it easier to sort
    paper. Copied paper can be ejected to the job separator (upper section). See “Select copy output mode” in Machine default setting on
    page 6-18.
    Key counter
    The key counter determines the number of copies that have been made. It is useful for copier centralized management on a department
    or even company level.
    Printer board
    If the printer board is installed, this copier can be used as a printer.
    Since the network board is equipped, this copier can also be used as a network printer, allowing access from multiple computers.
    Printer/scanner kit
    If the printer/scanner kit is installed, this copier can be used as a printer or a network scanner.
    Since the network board is equipped, this copier can also be used as a network printer, allowing access from multiple computers.
    Fax kit
    If the fax kit is installed, this copier can be used as a fax. Also if the fax kit is used together with the optional printer/scanner kit, this copier
    can be used as a network fax, allowing transmission and reception by a computer.

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    SAFETY OF LASER BEAM
    1. Safety of laser beam
    This copier has been certified by the manufacturer to Class 1 level under the radiation performance standards established by the U.S.
    DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) in 1968. This indicates that the product is safe to use during normal operation and
    maintenance. The laser optical system, enclosed in a protective housing and sealed within the external covers, never permits the laser
    beam to escape.

    2. The CDRH Act
    A laser-product-related act was implemented on Aug. 2, 1976, by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S.
    Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This act prohibits the sale of laser products in the U.S. without certification, and applies to laser
    products manufactured after Aug. 1, 1976.
    The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United
    States.
    On this copier, the label is on the right side.

    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
    and (2) this device must accept any interference
    received, including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
    and (2) this device must accept any interference
    received, including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
    and (2) this device must accept any interference
    received, including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21

    THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21

    THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21

    CFR CHAPTER 1,SUBCHAPTER J.

    CFR CHAPTER 1,SUBCHAPTER J.

    CFR CHAPTER 1,SUBCHAPTER J.

    3. Optical unit
    When checking the optical unit, avoid direct exposure to the laser beam, which is invisible.
    Shown below is the label located on the cover of the optical unit.

    DANGER

    INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
    AVOIDO DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
    NVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
    ACOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
    ATTENTION RAYONNEMENT LASER INVISIBLE SI OUVERT.
    DANGEREUX DE REGARDER A L'INTERIEUR.
    VORSICHT UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLEN WENN GEÖFFNET.
    NICHT HINENSEHEN.
    TYPE:2AV1301 MATSUSHITA
    WAVE LENGHT:770-795nm
    LASER SOURCE:5mW
    INPUT:24VDC/MAX2.0A
    5VDC/300mA

    CAUTION

    4. Maintenance
    For safety of the service personnel, follow the maintenance instructions in the other section of this manual.

    5. Safety switch
    The power to the laser unit is cut off when the front cover is opened.



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    CAUTION!
    The power plug is the main isolation device! Other switches on the equipment are only
    functional switches and are not suitable for isolating the equipment from the power source.

    ATTENTION!
    Le débranchement de la fiche secteur est le seul moyen de mettre l’appareil hors tension.
    Les interrupteurs sur l’appareil ne sont que des interrupteurs de fonctionnement : ils ne
    mettent pas l’appareil hors tension.



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    WARNING
    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
    device, pursuant to Part of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
    and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
    is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
    interference at his own expense.
    CAUTION - The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
    for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    * The above warning is valid only in the United States of America.



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    NEW 2530/3530/4030 COPIER LIMITED WARRANTY
    1. Kyocera Mita America, Inc. and Kyocera Mita Canada, Ltd. (both referred to as “Kyocera Mita”)
    warrant the Customer’s new copier, and the new accessories installed with the initial installation
    of the copier, against any defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year, or
    400,000 copies/prints from date of installation by an Authorized Kyocera Mita Dealer for the
    2530, or 500,000 copies/prints from date of installation by an Authorized Kyocera Mita Dealer for
    the 3530 and the 4030, whichever first occurs. In the event the copier or an accessory is found
    to be defective within the warranty period, Kyocera Mita’s only obligation and the Customer’s
    exclusive remedy shall be replacement of any defective parts. It is understood that Kyocera Mita
    shall have no obligation to furnish labor.
    2. This warranty is valid only as to the original retail purchaser (referred to as the “Customer”) of a
    new Kyocera Mita copier in the United States of America, or Canada based upon the country of
    purchase.
    3. In order to obtain performance of this warranty, the Customer must immediately notify the
    Authorized Kyocera Mita Dealer from whom the product was purchased. If the Kyocera Mita
    Dealer is not able to provide service, write to Kyocera Mita at the address below for the name
    and address of the Authorized Kyocera Mita Dealer in your area.
    4. This warranty does not cover copiers or accessories: (a) which have become damaged due to
    operator negligence, misuse, accidents, improper storage or unusual physical or electrical
    stress, (b) which have used parts or supplies which are not genuine Kyocera Mita brand parts or
    supplies, (c) which have been serviced by a technician not employed by Kyocera Mita or an
    Authorized Kyocera Mita Dealer, or (d) which have had the serial number modified, altered, or
    removed.
    5. This warranty does not cover Maintenance Kits or the components of Maintenance Kits, which
    consist of the drum unit, the fixing unit, and the developing unit. Kyocera Mita shall give the
    Customer a separate warranty for these items.
    6. This warranty gives the Customer specific legal rights. The Customer may also have other rights,
    which vary from state to state, or province to province. Neither the seller, nor any other person is
    authorized to extend the time period, or expand this warranty on behalf of Kyocera Mita.
    7. THIS WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND (CONDITIONS),
    EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND KYOCERA MITA SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED
    WARRANTY (OR CONDITION) OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
    PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO, AND KYOCERA MITA SHALL NOT
    BE LIABLE FOR, ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTAL DAMAGES WHICH MAY ARISE
    OUT OF THE USE, OR INABILITY TO USE, THE COPIER.

    KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.

    KYOCERA MITA CANADA, LTD.

    225 Sand Road
    P.O. Box 40008
    Fairfield, New Jersey
    07004-0008, USA

    6120 Kestrel Road
    Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1S8
    Canada



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    * For best copy results and machine performance, we
    recommend that you use only KYOCERA MITA original
    supplies for your KYOCERA MITA copier.



  • Page 146

    KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.
    Headquarters:
    225 Sand Road, P.O. Box 40008
    Fairfield, New Jersey 07004-0008
    TEL : (973) 808-8444
    FAX : (973) 882-6000

    Western Region:
    14101 Alton Parkway,
    Irvine, California 92618-7006
    TEL : (949) 457-9000
    FAX : (949) 457-9119

    New York Show Room:
    1410 Broadway 23rd floor
    New York, NY 10018
    TEL : (917) 286-5400
    FAX : (917) 286-5402

    Southeastern Region:
    1500 Oakbrook Drive,
    Norcross, Georgia 30093
    TEL : (770) 729-9786
    FAX : (770) 729-9873

    Northeastern Region:
    225 Sand Road, P.O. Box 40008
    Fairfield, New Jersey 07004-0008
    TEL : (973) 808-8444
    FAX : (973) 882-4401

    Southwestern Region:
    2825 West Story Road,
    Irving, Texas 75038-5299
    TEL : (972) 550-8987
    FAX : (972) 570-4704

    Midwestern Region:
    201 Hansen Court Suite 119
    Wood Dale, Illinois 60191
    TEL : (630) 238-9982
    FAX : (630) 238-9487

    Dallas Parts Distribution Center
    & National Training Center:
    2825 West Story Road,
    Irving, Texas 75038-5299
    TEL : (972) 659-0055
    FAX : (972) 570-5816

    KYOCERA MITA CANADA, LTD.
    6120 Kestrel Road, Mississauga,
    Ontario L5T 1S8, Canada
    TEL : (905) 670-4425
    FAX : (905) 670-8116

    KYOCERA MITA MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V.
    Av. 16 de Septiembre #407
    Col. Santa Inés,
    02130 Azcapotzalco
    México, D.F. México
    TEL : (55) 383-2741
    FAX : (55) 383-7804

    © 2002 KYOCERA MITA CORPORATION
    is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation
    is a registered trademark of KYOCERA MITA CORPORATION

    2002. 10
    2DF80012C






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