7022/7130

7022/7130

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Thank you very much for your purchase of the Konica 7022/7130. This Manual deals with making copies, correct handling of the machine, and precautions for safety. Please read before copying. In order to maintain a satisfactory copying performance, please keep this Manual readily available for reference in the right hand rear pocket of the machine.

ENERGY STAR® Program
The ENERGY STAR Program has been established to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that reduce energy consumption and prevent pollution. As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Konica Corporation, Inc. has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency grounding it on the following features.

Auto Low Power
This function conserves energy by lowering the set temperature of the fixing unit. In the standard setting, Auto Low Power operates automatically when 1 minute have elapsed after completion of the last copy, with the copier remaining in the ready to copy state during that time. The time period for the Auto Low Power function can be set for 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes, or 240 minutes. See p. 2-12 for details.

Automatic Shut-Off
This function achieves further energy conservation by partially turning OFF the power supply, thereby reducing energy consumption to 20W or less. In the standard setting, Automatic Shut-Off follows Auto Low Power, operating automatically when 1 minute (for a machine with no option)/15 minutes (for the machine with options) have elapsed after completion of the last copy, with the copier remaining in the ready to copy state during that time. The time period for the Automatic Shut-Off function can be set for 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes or 240 minutes. See p. 2-12 for details.

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

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

Contents
Contents Features of the Konica 7022/7130

Safety Information

Machine Information

Basic
Safety Information

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Copying Operations

Section 1: Safety Information

Caution Labels and Indicators ..............................................................................1-2 Requirements for Safe Use...................................................................................1-4
Power Source.............................................................................................................1-4 Environment...............................................................................................................1-5 Precautions for Routine Handling ..............................................................................1-7

Job Memory &Help Mode

Machine Information

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Section 2: Machine Information

Machine Specifications

Machine Configuration ..........................................................................................2-2
External Machine Items .............................................................................................2-2 Internal Machine Items ..............................................................................................2-4 Standard/Optional Equipment....................................................................................2-5 Basic Screen..............................................................................................................2-6 Control Panel Layout..................................................................................................2-8

Advanced Information

Turning On the Power Switch................................................................................2-9
To Turn On the Power ................................................................................................2-9 To Turn Off the Power ..............................................................................................2-11 Reducing the Power in Standby Mode (Auto Low Power)........................................2-12 Shutting Off Automatically (Auto Shut-Off)...............................................................2-12 Shutting Off / Reducing the Power Manually ...........................................................2-13 Entering an EKC Password (EKC) ...........................................................................2-14

Applications

Loading Paper.....................................................................................................2-15
Loading Paper in Main Body Trays and DB-210 Trays .............................................2-15 Loading Paper in DB-410 Tray .................................................................................2-17 Loading Paper in Multi-Sheet Bypass Tray ..............................................................2-18

Paper & Original Info

Changing Paper Size of Main Body Trays and DB-210 Trays .............................2-19

Maintenance & Supplies

Key Operator Mode

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Troubleshooting

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Copying Operations

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Section 3: Copying Operations

Positioning Originals .............................................................................................3-2
Positioning Originals in RADF....................................................................................3-2 Positioning Original on Platen Glass..........................................................................3-5

Setting Print Quantity ............................................................................................3-7
To Set Print Quantity ..................................................................................................3-7 To Change Print Quantity...........................................................................................3-7

Selecting Paper Size.............................................................................................3-8
To Select Paper Size Automatically (APS) .................................................................3-8 To Specify Desired Paper Size (AMS) .....................................................................3-10

Selecting Magnification Ratio (Lens Mode) ........................................................3-12
To Copy in 1.00 Magnification Mode ........................................................................3-12 To Copy in Fixed Magnification Mode (FIXED) ........................................................3-13 To Copy in Zoom Mode ............................................................................................3-14

Selecting Density Level.......................................................................................3-15
To Select Copy Density ............................................................................................3-15

Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2, 2 2) ..........................................................3-17
Using RADF .............................................................................................................3-17 Using Platen Glass ..................................................................................................3-19

Making Single-Sided Copies from Double-Sided Originals (2 1) ......................3-21 Copying Using Memory.......................................................................................3-22
To Scan Originals into Memory (Store Mode)..........................................................3-22 To Set Next Copying Job (Reserve).........................................................................3-25 To Check/Control Jobs in Progress (Job List Screen)..............................................3-27

Output Mode for Machine without Finisher .........................................................3-29 Output Mode for Machine with Finisher ..............................................................3-31 Output Mode for Machine with Inner Tray IT-101 ................................................3-34 Checking Feature Selections and Proof Copying ...............................................3-36 Interrupt Copying ................................................................................................3-38

Job Memory &Help Mode

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Section 4: Job Memory & Help Mode

Storing Job Conditions (Job Memory: Job Store) .................................................4-2 Recalling Stored Job Settings (Job Memory: Job Recall).....................................4-5 Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode)............................................4-7
To Display Help Screen from Basic Screen ...............................................................4-7 To Display Help Screen from Other Screens .............................................................4-9

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Safety Information

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Troubleshooting

Section 5: Troubleshooting

When “Call for Service” Message is Displayed .....................................................5-2
Limited Use of the Copier in Trouble ..........................................................................5-3

Machine Information

Preventive Maintenance........................................................................................5-4 Clearing Mishandled Paper...................................................................................5-5 When “JAM” Appears on Folder Key.....................................................................5-7 When “ADD PAPER” Appears on Folder Key .......................................................5-9 When “Memory Full” Message Is Displayed (Memory Overflow)........................5-10
Action 1 ....................................................................................................................5-10 Action 2 ....................................................................................................................5-11

Copying Operations

When Power OFF/ON Screen Is Displayed ........................................................5-12 Troubleshooting Tips ...........................................................................................5-13

Job Memory &Help Mode

Machine Specifications

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Section 6: Machine Specifications

Main Body Specifications......................................................................................6-2 Option Specifications ............................................................................................6-3

Machine Specifications

Advanced Information

Applications

Paper & Original Info

Maintenance & Supplies

Key Operator Mode

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Troubleshooting

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.................................................... Mode) ........................................8-58 Overlaying an Image onto Each Page Copied in the Job (Overlay)............................................................................................8-3 Positioning Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter) .....................................................................................8-21 Copying Mixed Size Originals (Mixed Original)..........................8-29 Reverse the Second Side in 1-2 Mode (Flip Side 2) ................................................................................................................8-42 Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erasure)..............................................8-51 Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce&Shift)......8-53 Erasing Outside of the Original (Non-Image Area Erase)............... Watermark onto Copies (Stamp)............7-2 Rotation........................................................8-25 Copying Folded Originals (Folded Original) .............................................................................................................8-18 Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page) ............................................7-4 Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode..........Contents (continued) Advanced Advanced Information 7 Section 7: Advanced Information Programmed Shut-Off (Weekly Timer).........................8-37 Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert.............................................. Page.........8-16 Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert) ..8-27 Copying Non-Standard Size Originals (Non-Standard Size)...................8-13 Copying onto Transparent Films (OHP) ..............................8-56 Printing Stamp.......................................................8-2 Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) .........8-39 Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode) ................/Horiz.........8-34 Reversing Colour in Black and White Image (Reverse Image) ......8-46 Copying Image in the Centre of Copy Paper (AUTO Layout) .............8-31 Making Copy Quality Closer to Originals (Text/Photo Enhance)...8-63 iv ..........................................................7-6 Applications 8 Section 8: Applications To Display Application Selection Screen...............................8-7 Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination).........8-49 Adjusting Position of Copy Image (Image Shift)..8-10 Making a Multiple Page Signature Booklet (Booklet) ......................................................................................

....11-6 Applications How to Access the Key Operator Mode ................................................................................................................................................................................................9-7 Job Memory &Help Mode 10 Maintenance & Supplies Section 10: Maintenance & Supplies Adding Toner.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10-9 Cleaning the RADF .....................................................................................................................................................................11-4 [2] Language .......................11-2 [1] Time ..10-12 Checking Copy Count ......................................................10-9 Cleaning the Document Glass and Cover...............................................................................................................................11-15 [2] Magnification........................................................................................................................................................................11-4 [2] Copier Initial ........................................11-10 [4] Tray .........................................................................11-7 [1] Copy Mode................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9-6 Platen Glass Originals ...................................................10-2 Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher .....................................................................................................................................11-17 Key Operator Mode 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Troubleshooting v ..................................................................11-8 [2] Density .......................................................9-5 Machine Information Copying Operations Original Information.........................Contents (continued) Safety Information Paper & Original Info 9 Section 9: Paper and Original Information Paper Information.........................................11-2 [1] System Initial..........................................10-5 Cleaning Image Scanning Section............................................................................................................................................................................................................10-14 Advanced Information Key Operator Mode 11 Section 11: Key Operator Mode To Display the Key Operator Mode Screen .............................................................................................................9-2 Paper Weight ..............................................................................9-4 Special Paper in Multi-Sheet Bypass Tray ...............11-9 [3] Magnification.............9-2 Tray/ Exit Tray Capacity........................................10-10 Machine Specifications Cleaning Image Printing Section.......11-14 Paper & Original Info Maintenance & Supplies [3] Preset Key...............................................................................9-5 To Store Copy Paper.......................9-3 Paper Size...................................9-6 RADF Originals .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11-11 [5] Output ...........................11-15 [1] Density ......................................................................................................11-12 [6] Non-Image Erase............................................................................................

..............................................11-46 [14] Application Customize ..................................................11-40 [11] Power Save ...................11-18 How to Access the EKC Setting Mode...........................................................................................................................11-29 [8] Key Operator Data ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11-34 [3] Machine Working Day Individual Set ..................................Contents (continued) Section 11: Key Operator Mode (continued) [4] E..........11-36 [4] Lunch Hour Off Function...............................................................11-48 [16] KRDS Host.....................................................11-42 [13] List Print ...................................................................................................11-20 [2] EKC Data List ...........................................................................................................................................................................................11-30 [9] Weekly Timer .....................................................................................11-28 [7] Panel Contrast ............................................................................................11-49 Index vi ..............11-47 [15] Density Shift................................................11-33 [2] Weekly Timer Copier ON/OFF Time Set .................11-39 [10] Touch Panel Adjustment ..........C.........................................................11-31 How to Access the Weekly Timer Setting Mode .......................................................................11-32 [1] Weekly Timer Setting .11-22 [3] All Counter Reset........................................................................................................................................................................................................................11-41 [12] Memory Switch ....................................................................K................11-19 [1] Change EKC Data ........................11-27 [6] Paper Type ........................................... (Electronic Key Counter).......11-26 [5] Lock Job Memory..........................................................................................................................................................................................11-24 [4] EKC On/Off Setting.............................................11-38 [5] Password Setting ....................................................11-25 [5] Copy Limit Reached Effect..........................

Automatically selected when the AMS key is touched. • Auto Shut-Off Automatically shuts off the main power after a specified period of copier inactivity. • Counter List Displays on the screen and prints the following data: total counter of the machine. • APS .Automatic Paper Selection Automatically selects copy paper size to match the original documents. copier counter. or 8) of pages onto one sheet of copy paper to create a draft copy of a multi-page report at the same time as saving paper. • ATS . • Auto Reset Automatically resets to auto mode defaults after a specified period of copier inactivity. • Copy Density Manually selects up to 9 density levels.Automatic Tray Switching Automatically switches tray to allow copying to continue without interruption if the selected tray empties while copying is in progress. • Combination Copies a fixed number (2. • Auto Layout The original image on the platen glass or in the document feeder is copied and centred on a sheet. • Auto Low Power Automatically lowers the power after a specified period of copier inactivity.Automatic Magnification Selection Automatically selects an appropriate magnification ratio when Paper Size is selected manually. • AMS . FAX Tx/Rx counter.Automatic Exposure Automatically adjusts exposure to compensate for quality of the original. Only duplex mode (1 2 or 2 2) is compatible with this feature. or duplex mode (1 2 or 2 2).Features of the Konica 7022/7130 • AE . • Booklet Creates A4R or A4 size booklets from A4 size originals in 1 2 or 2 2 copy mode. a a a a a a a a vii . print counter and the date when the counter started. • Copy Mode Selects the desired simplex mode (1 1 or 2 1). 4. • Chapter Starts chapter pages on the right side (front pages) of the finished document.

and inserts the pages into a document copied from the document feeder. • Lens Mode (FIXED. in 1mm increments). • Interrupt Copying Interrupts copying-in-progress to perform an urgent copy. Increase Contrast) to three levels lighter or three levels darker. • Job List Displays the Job List Screen to view the current machine status. bottom. • Image Insert Stores pages in memory from the platen glass. Top (1100mm).Features of the Konica 7022/7130 (continued) • Density Shift Shifts each of nine density levels in four density modes (Auto. Zoom) Selects fixed ratios. in 1mm increments). right and left edges (shift amount from -250mm ~ +250mm. changes the operation order of reserve jobs. Zoom ratios can be selected from 25% ~ 400% in 1% increments. three enlargement. The cover page(s) will be scanned and copied normally before image division is performed on the other pages. • Frame/Fold Erasure Erases border and/or fold image area using Frame (1-15mm). All compatible platen glass functions can be programmed into Job Memory directly after they are selected. and/or Bottom (1-100mm). Fold (1-30mm). as needed. You can use the Dual Page mode with the Front or Front/Back cover mode. • Flip Side 2 1-2 Flip Side 2 arranges the even pages of the simplex originals upside down on the reverse side of duplex copies. Photo. using any of the copier features for the interrupt job. • Dual Page Copies both pages of an open book or book-size sheet separately onto two A4 sheets in 1 1 mode or separately onto each side of one A4 sheet in 1 2 mode. • Folded Original This feature sets the RADF to accept folded originals. reduces image to prevent image loss (reduce & shift amount from -250mm ~ +250mm. or deletes the unused reserve job. • Job Memory Programs up to 15 jobs and recalls each job by job number. viii a a . and three user-set ratios. • Image Shift Creates or removes a binding margin at the top. 2-1 Flip Side 2 rearranges the reverse side of duplex originals which reads upside down to make normal simplex copies. Similarly. three reduction. Text.

copies only the image area and not the exposed area of glass. which would otherwise copy as black. • Platen Memory Scans documents into memory from the platen glass and/or the document feeder and inserts the pages into another document copied from the document feeder.050 sheets in the machine with DK-109 desk. Rotation sort. Rotation sort. including a 1. • Output Mode for Machine with FS-107 Finisher Installed: Non-Sort. Staple. and Group modes Selects an output mode on the Output Mode popup menu. including a 50-sheet Multi-sheet bypass tray. • Manual Shut-off Shuts off the machine’s power when pressing [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] on the control panel. • OHP Copies onto transparency film and interleave blank or copied paper for each original copied. • Output Mode for Machine with IT-101 Inner Tray Installed: Non-Sort. • Paper Capacity Total 1. APS automatically selects the paper size of each original.550 sheets in the machine with DB-410 drawer. Rotation group. • Mixed Original Copies mixed size originals from the document feeder in APS or AMS mode. and an Error message will be displayed. Rotation group. including four 500-sheet trays and a 50-sheet Multi-sheet bypass tray.050 sheets in the machine with DB-210 drawer. • Output for Machine with no Finisher Installed: Non-sort. If an incompatible function is selected in this mode. Sort.Features of the Konica 7022/7130 (continued) • Machine Status Confirmation Displays the current machine status on LCD for confirmation. • Non-Standard Size Identifies the special original size which the 7022/7130 cannot detect. and Group modes using the two exit trays (or three/four exit trays including optional FT-107 tray) Selects an output tray and output mode on the Output Mode popup menu. the latter function will not be selected. and Group modes using the two exit trays Selects an output tray and output mode on the Output Mode popup menu. AMS mode allows you to select one paper size for all originals. • Non-Image Area Erase When copying from the platen glass when the document cover is open. Total 2.500-sheet tray and a 50-sheet Multi-sheet bypass tray. Total 2. ix . in order to select the optimal paper size for copying or printing.

date/time. or inserts blank or copied front and back covers from any tray including the Multisheet bypass tray to enhance the presentation of multi-page documents. • Userset Density (USERSET 1. Power is returned after a brief warm up period by pressing the power switch on the control panel. text image in Text mode. x . lighter image in Increase Contrast mode. Rotation Exit alternately switches the horizontal and vertical orientation of each sorted set as it outputs to the exit tray. and numbering onto the output copies to enhance the presentation and usefulness of the copies. • Rotation Rotates the image before copying when the portrait/landscape orientation of the original is different from the orientation of the copy paper. • Staple Selects the stapling position and number of staples. for optimal efficiency. • Reverse Image Reverses the image from black-on-white to white-on-black or vice versa. then programs the desired density under USERSET 1 and/or USERSET 2. • Sheet/Cover Insertion Insert up to 15 blank or copied sheets from any tray including the Multi-sheet bypass tray. • Rotation Exit (Rotation Sort / Rotation Group) When IT-101 Inner Tray or no Finisher is installed. Be sure to load both A4 and A4R in separate trays (including the Multi-sheet bypass tray) before selecting this feature.Features of the Konica 7022/7130 (continued) • Power Saver Automatically turns off all but nominal power supply after a specified period of copier inactivity. • Text/Photo Enhance Enhances photo image in Photo mode. and repeats it down the page as many times as the repeat width setting (10 ~ 150mm) permits in manual or auto. regular image in Text/Photo mode. page number. regular stamp. • Reserve Scans in subsequent copy jobs while the machine is busy printing or copying. run a proof copy by touching PROOF COPY on the Check Screen. • Proof Copy To ensure correct output before running multiple copies. • Repeat Selects the horizontal image area across the page. • Stamp Prints watermark. USERSET 2) Outputs up to 16 density samples on a total of 4 pages that display 4 samples per page.

Turns main body power Off/On daily or weekly.Features of the Konica 7022/7130 (continued) • Weekly Timer Can be set according to the needs of each work environment. xi . and also enables the Timer Interrupt mode. weekly. during lunch time. which allows temporary use of the machine even when the machine is in the daily. or holiday Off mode. on holidays.

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Safety Information Basic Machine Information Copying Operations Job Memory &Help Mode Machine Specifications 1 2 3 4 5 6 Troubleshooting .

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...................................................................Safety Information 1 1 Safety Information Precautions for Installation and Use Caution Labels and Indicators ................... 1-2 Requirements for Safe Use ................................. 1-4 ..........

as shown below. electrical shock may occur. or if the caution label or indicator is damaged. If you cannot make them legible. To avoid getting burned. If any caution label or caution indicator is soiled. DO NOT TOUCH! CAUTION .000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Burns or injury may occur from touching the areas detailed in the caution labels and caution indicators. Do not remove caution labels or indicators. please clean to make legible. DO NOT TOUCH! WARNING CAUTION The fixing unit is very hot. please contact your service representative for replacement labels. Caution Labels and Indicators This area generates high voltage. 1-2 The caution labels and indicators are attached to the machine areas. where you are advised to pay special attention to avoid any dangerous situations or serious injury. If touched.

or reading the manual. If the safety cautions in the manual become illegible due to soilage. adding toner. If you find any of these indicators when removing jammed paper.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 The following indicators are used on the caution labels or in this manual to categorize the level of safety cautions. please procure a new copy from your service representative.. WARNING: Action likely to cause death or serious injury. Reminder! Caution Labels and Indicators (continued) 1-3 Safety Information 1 . DANGER: Action liable to cause death or serious injury. be sure to follow the information. CAUTION: Action liable to cause minor injury. etc. machine trouble or physical damage.

Use only a power source with the correct rating for the machine. If your copier power cord is bent or damaged in any way. Be sure to read and observe them. A damaged power cord may result in overheating. If the inserted power plug is loose in the socket. hazardous situations such as smoking or overheating may occur. short circuit. • For plug cable equipment. the outlet must be near the equipment and easily accessible. or fire. contact your service representative immediately. Do not use multiple outlet adaptors. See the following list to match the power supply and power consumption: a) 230V / 50Hz: More than 15A b) 230V / 60Hz: More than 15A • Avoid multiple connections in the same outlet. CAUTION: Power Plug and Cord • Be sure to insert the power plug firmly into the power socket. you are required to observe the following precautions without fail for the machine’s power source and during installation and routine handling. • Do not bundle or coil the power cord of the copier. 1-4 . even after it has been positively inserted.Requirements for Safe Use To ensure your safe use of the machine. Otherwise an accident may occur as a result of overheating or fire. Otherwise an accident may occur as a result of overheating or fire. and do not continue to operate the copier. CAUTION: Extension Cord An extension cord must never be used with this machine. Power Source CAUTION: Plug Socket • A socket is limited in capacity. Otherwise an accident may occur as a result of smoking or overheating. Do not attempt to repair it yourself. CAUTION: Connecting Multiple Loads to One Outlet Prohibited Never connect multiple loads to one outlet using a multi-outlet extension cord or branched socket. disconnect the plug and contact your electrical contractor. otherwise. • Do not bend or crush the power cord.

Ensure adequate ventilation for a comfortable working environment. • During use. These materials may cause poor image quality. • Avoid any environment that is outside the range shown below: 10 to 30°C in temperature 10 to 80% in humidity CAUTION: Ventilation • Install the machine in a well-ventilated place. trouble may be caused by vibration. • Keep away from dust or corrosive gases. if the machine is used in a poorly ventilated room and many copies are made or more than one copier is used at the same time. to avoid a short circuit. the machine generates ozone in an insufficient amount to cause any hazard to the human body. However. heat sources such as stoves. CAUTION: Transportation Be sure to contact your service representative when moving or transporting the machine. CAUTION: Vibration Do not install on a floor which is subject to vibration or is not level. 1-5 . an odor may be detected. If you move the machine. Safety Information 1 CAUTION: Prevention of Short Circuit Do not install the copier where it could be splashed with rain water or water from a tap. curtains or volatile combustibles. cool air from an air conditioner and hot air from a heater. CAUTION: Temperature and Humidity • Keep away from direct sunlight. that can catch or cause fire.Requirements for Safe Use (continued) Environment CAUTION: Prevention of Fire Do not install near flammable materials.

and periodic inspection. changing parts. Leave an adequate space behind the machine to let hot air out from the rear fan.Requirements for Safe Use (continued) CAUTION: Installation Space Allow sufficient space to facilitate copy operation. Unit: mm 100 590 500 550 550 595 200 730 245 1027 1577 1190 Main body + DK-109 1345 550 252 590 500 550 595 200 730 875 1172 245 1027 1577 1345 1342 Main body + DF-314 + IT-101 + DB-410 550 450 590 500 550 595 200 730 245 1172 875 1027 1577 1540 1345 Main body + DF-314 + DB-210 + FS-107 + FT-107 1-6 .

inside the machine. be sure to contact your service representative. stop the operation to prevent any unexpected accident. contact your service representative. CAUTION: Prohibition of Machine Modification Do not modify or remove any parts by yourself. • Ensure the replacement fuse conforms with the rating of the power source. such as thinner or alcohol. and turn on the machine. turn off the power switch. Never attempt to repair it by yourself. turn off the power switch. Never use a fuse with an incorrect rating. • If machine repair is necessary. such as paper clips or staples. 1-7 . Contact your service representative and inform them of the report code. reset the breaker or the fuse.Requirements for Safe Use (continued) Precautions for Routine Handling WARNING: High Voltage DO NOT TOUCH the high voltage parts indicated with WARNING label or as described in the manual. CAUTION: Prevention of Fire Do not use volatile combustibles. immediately stop using it. near the machine. Write down the report code (stated on the 2nd line of the message). • Do not touch high temperature parts indicated with CAUTION labels or as described in the manual. CAUTION:Prevention of Machine Troubles • Do not drop small metallic objects. Safety Information 1 CAUTION: Actions in Response to Troubles • If the Service Call screen is displayed and copier operations cannot be continued. smell or smoke comes from the machine. • Do not touch the inside of the machine for any purpose other than removing jammed paper or adding toner. • If any abnormal sound. books or ornaments on the machine. disconnect the power plug and contact your service representative. If the same situation occurs again. • If the breaker trips or the fuse blows. • Do not place any heavy or hard objects such as a vase. then switch off the copier and disconnect from the power socket.

WARNING: Drum Unit The internal drum unit generates a high voltage. To avoid any unexpected troubles. turn the power OFF when not using the copier for long periods of time. the copier is still connected to the main power supply and power is still applied to certain areas of the machine. (2) The power plug is not inserted loosely or the cord is not cut or scratched. DO NOT TOUCH. etc. CAUTION: Power Saver and Weekly Timer • In Power Saver mode. stop using the machine and contact your service representative.). To avoid an electrical shock. or paper that conducts electricity (silver. To avoid getting burned. otherwise an accident may occur as a result of fire. • When the Weekly Timer function is operating. If it is thrown into a fire the toner may ignite and cause a dangerous situation. • Do not use paper with any staples left in. If you find anything abnormal with the above items. carbon. do not use heat-sensitive paper. or coloured OHP film. DO NOT TOUCH. If you change the place of installation. (4) The power plug or the power outlet is not covered with dust. Be careful when withdrawing the fixing unit. flush with water and seek medical advice. 1-8 .Requirements for Safe Use (continued) CAUTION: Recommendation of Periodic Check Be sure to periodically check the following: (1) The main cord or the power plug does not generate abnormal heat. carbon. paper that conducts electricity (silver. CAUTION: Paper Check copy paper to be sure it conforms to the specifications outlined in Section 9. please contact your service representative. who can arrange for its safe disposal. CAUTION: Toner • Keep the toner cartridge away from children. Contact your service representative. • To avoid machine trouble. turning power OFF will disable the function. CAUTION: Disposal of Copier Do not dispose of this copier yourself. CAUTION: Fixing Unit The internal fixing unit is very hot. etc. • Do not throw the empty toner cartridge into a fire. however if you inhale or it makes contact with eyes by accident.). (3) The grounding wire is correctly connected. The toner is nontoxic.

When the total number of copies in the copy run exceeds the capacity stated in Section 9. be sure to remove the copies from the exit tray before the maximum capacity is reached.Requirements for Safe Use (continued) CAUTION: Paper Capacity for the Exit Tray The exit tray capacity is max. To prevent paper misfeed. To prevent paper misfeed. do not exceed the paper capacity of the Finisher. Select an exit tray and output mode on the Output Mode popup menu. Safety Information 1 CAUTION: Paper Capacity for the IT-101 Inner Tray The IT-101 Inner Tray is equipped with two exit trays. Select an exit tray and output mode on the Output Mode popup menu. If a copy run of more than 100 is required. When the total number of copies in the copy run exceeds the capacity stated in Section 9. 100 sheets. do not exceed the paper capacity of the Inner tray. be sure to unload the exit tray while the copier is still copying. 1-9 . Failure to do so will cause the copier to jam. Failure to do so will cause the copier to jam. which may be increased to three or four trays by installing the optional FT-107 Finisher Tray(s). CAUTION: FS-107 Finisher Paper Capacity The FS-107 Finisher is equipped with two exit trays. be sure to unload the exit tray while the copier is still copying. Failure to do so will cause the copier to jam.

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............... Turning On the Power and Loading Paper Changing Paper Size Machine Configuration..................Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper 2 2 Machine Information Machine Configuration..................... 2-2 Turning On the Power Switch....................................................................................................... 2-19 .. 2-9 Loading Paper ............................................................................ 2-15 Changing Paper Size of Main Body Trays and DB-210 Trays.

Machine Configuration External Machine Items 1 Platen cover (option) 18 LCD touch screen 17 Power switch 19 Control panel 2 RADF (option) 3 Work table (Option) 16 Finisher (FS-107) (option) 4 Key counter (Option) 5 Multi-sheet bypass tray 15 Front door of Finisher 14 Front door of Main body 13 Main power switch 6 Right side door of Main body 7 Tray 1 8 Tray 2 9 Right side door of Drawer base Left rear side of Main body 10 Tray 3 11 Tray 4 DB-210 10 Tray 3 DB-410 9 Right side door of Drawer base 12 Storage DK-109 2-2 .

or inserting new staple cartridge. 19 Control panel controls copier operations. 14 Front door of Main body opens to the internal copier to allow clearing of mishandled paper. 7 Tray 1 (universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 500 sheets from B4 to A5R. or A4R. 5 Multi-sheet bypass tray used for small quantity copying onto plain paper or special paper. 11 Tray 4 (DB-210 universal tray) (option) is user-adjustable and holds 500 sheets from A3 to A5R. 13 Main power switch turns machine power ON/OFF to operate it as copier/scanner/ printer/facsimile. 17 Power switch turns copier power On/Off when pressed. 10 Tray 3 (DB-210 universal tray) (option) is user-adjustable and holds 500 sheets A3 to A5R. 8.5"x11".5"x11"R. 16 FS-107 Finisher (option) sorts. 15 Front door of Finisher opens to the internal finisher to allow clearing of mishandled paper. 6 Right side door of Main body opens to allow removal of mishandled paper or cleaning the transfer/separator electrode wire. 3 Work table (option) provides a convenient workspace for documents both before and after copying. 9 Right side door of Drawer base opens to allow removal of mishandled paper.Machine Configuration (continued) 1 Platen cover (option) covers documents to be copied and holds them in place. 8 Tray 2 (universal tray) is user-adjustable and holds 500 sheets from A3 to A5R. B5R. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 2-3 . 10 Tray 3 (DB-410 fixed tray) (option) is initially fixed at A4. staples and groups into finished sets. It can be reset by service 8. replenishing of toner or cleaning the corona wire. 2 RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder) (option) automatically feeds multiple originals one at a time to the platen glass for copying. 18 LCD Touch screen displays interactive operation screens. B5. 4 Key counter (option) manages the number of copies made on the machine. 12 Storage accommodates copy paper or copy materials.

2-4 . 13 Lever 7 can be opened for removal of mishandled paper.Machine Configuration (continued) Internal Machine Items 2 Finisher conveyance unit 1 Finisher knob 3 Toner bottle cover 8 Fixing unit guide 5 9 Conveyance unit cover 6 10 Lever 1 11 Lever 2 12 Cover 3 13 Lever 7 4 Writing unit glass 6 Developing unit cleaning knob 5 Corona wire cleaning knob 7 Transfer/Separator wire cleaning lever 14 ADU 15 Lever 4 1 Finisher knob can be turned to ease removal of mishandled paper in the Finisher. 5 Corona wire cleaning knob is withdrawn to clean the corona wire. 10 Lever 1 can be opened for removal of mishandled paper. and is to be opened for removal of mishandled paper. 8 Fixing unit guide 5 fuses the toner onto the copy paper. 6 Developing unit prints images to the drum. 15 Lever 4 can be opened for removal of mishandled paper in ADU. 9 Conveyance unit cover 6 passes the paper through the drum unit. 7 Transfer/Separator wire cleaning lever forms the copy image. 4 Writing unit glass cleaning knob is withdrawn to clean the writing unit glass. 12 Cover 3 can be opened for removal of mishandled paper. and is to be opened for removal of mishandled paper. 11 Lever 2 can be opened to release the pressure rollers for removal of mishandled paper. 3 Toner bottle cover is to be opened when supplying toner. 14 ADU is used for stackless duplex copying. and needs to be replaced periodically. 2 Finisher conveyance unit can be opened to ease removal of mishandled paper in the Finisher.

Machine Configuration (continued) Standard/Optional Equipment DF-314 Reversing Automatic Document Feeder CV-109 Platen Cover Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper 2 FT-107 Finisher Tray MU-403/ MU-404/ MU-405 Memory Unit FS-107 Finisher Changing Paper Size IT-101 Inner Tray Main body IP-011 Image Processor MU-403/ MU-404 Memory Unit IP-422 Image Processor MU-411 Memory Unit PS-343 PostScript 3 FK-102 Fax Kit DK-109 Desk Unit DB-210 Drawer Base Unit DB-410 Drawer Base Unit 2-5 .

2-6 . “SETTING” changes to flashing “JAM” or “ADD PAPER” according to the problem. When Staple mode is selected. and also the copy count when printing job starts. this icon indicates the number of staples and staple position. : PM CALL icon is displayed when preventive maintenance is due. icon is displayed when [START] is pressed to start a reserve job of that number. icon to display the page count while scanning the originals. : FINISHER MODE icon is displayed when a specific finisher mode is selected. 4 RESERVE key is touched to select copy conditions for a subsequent job while the current scan/print job is in progress. 5 JOB LIST key is touched to view the current job status. 2 Icon area displays the following icons. When any trouble occurs during a reserve setting. 5-9. or to cancel printing a reserve job. : ROTATION icon is displayed when the Rotation is automatically functioning. Your service representative can set the Job No. : ADD TONER icon is displayed when toner supply becomes low.Machine Configuration (continued) Basic Screen The Basic Screen displays when copying operation becomes available after warm-up. 5-7 to p. See p. 3 Message area displays the machine status and procedure required at that time. 6 Job No. 7 COUNT/SET indicator indicates the print quantity entered from the control panel keypad. to change the printing order of reserve jobs. icon 7 COUNT/SET indicator 8 Memory indicator 10 Paper size/type indication area 14 MODE setting area 13 DENSITY setting area 11 SIZE setting area 12 LENS setting area 1 SETTING key is selected when the screen displays basic copying conditions. 5 JOB LIST key 4 RESERVE key 3 Message area 2 Icon area 1 SETTING key 9 SCAN key 6 Job No. Touch this key to return to the current print job settings when making selections for a reserve job. instead of the job number. and also indicates the print count on the left of the set count while printing.

11 SIZE setting area is used to select the desired paper size or APS. 9 SCAN key is touched to start scanning originals when any copy condition which requires Store mode is selected. or Store mode is directly selected on the Application Selection Screen. or 2 2). if specified by the Key Operator.Machine Configuration (continued) 8 Memory indicator indicates the remaining memory available for the next operation. 13 DENSITY setting area is used to specify the desired exposure level. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 a a a a 2-7 . 12 LENS setting area is used to select the desired magnification ratio. 14 MODE setting area is used to select the copy mode (1 1. 10 Paper size/type indication area displays the paper size loaded in each tray and paper type of the selected tray under the “SIZE” indication. 2 1. 1 2.

5 KEYPAD enters numeric values. 3 HELP displays a screen with help for the currently selected function. 14 [✽] (COUNTER) displays the Counter List Screen or accesses programming modes for setting special functions. 15 AUTO RESET restores copier to default settings or to Key Operator settings. 12 START activates copying or scanning.Machine Configuration (continued) Control Panel Layout 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1 LCD TOUCH SCREEN displays machine and copying status. and access to the Key Operator Mode Screen.) allows resetting of print quantity. 17 APPLICATION displays a menu screen for selecting special application functions. 13 [#] (CLEAR QTY. help information. deletes the stored memory. 7 FAX switches the machine operation mode to facsimile. 11 STOP/CLEAR stops the copying sequence. 10 POWER SAVER ON/OFF activates power-saving mode for times when the copier is inactive. interactive screens. 2-8 . selecting an Exit tray for E-SORT+sort/ E-SORT+group/ Group mode in the machine with Inner tray. 4 DATA blinks while receiving print data in printer mode. 9 INTERRUPT stops copying/facsimile/printing/scanning in progress to allow copying from the platen glass. 8 COPY switches the machine operation mode to copy. 6 SCAN/PRINT switches the machine operation mode to scanner and printer in turn. and touch keys for selecting all functions. 16 OUTPUT displays screens for selecting an Exit tray for Sort/ Staple/ Group mode in the machine with Finisher. or displays screens for selecting Job Store/ Job Recall functions. then lights after completing it. 2 CHECK displays a screen showing all settings that are selected for the current job. or selecting E-SORT+sort/ E-SORT+group/ Group mode in the machine without Finisher.

Turning On the Power Switch To Turn On the Power 1. Turn ON the power switch. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 Reminder! When turning the main power switch OFF then ON. Warm-up takes approximately 30 seconds. wait for 3 seconds or longer before turning it ON again. Turn ON the main power switch. The power switch is located on the far left side of the control panel. otherwise the copier may not function normally. 2. The main power switch is located on the rear left side of the main body. 2-9 .

• When “Enter E. enter your password to use the machine.Turning On the Power Switch (continued) 3. The message on the Basic Screen will inform you that copying job is now available. DETAILS • When the initial settings are changed by the Key Operator. 2-10 . the modified conditions will be displayed on the Basic Screen.K. The Basic Screen will be displayed.C. password” is displayed.

Turn OFF the power switch. turning off the main power switch will deactivate the function. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 2. The touch screen and all the LEDs on the control panel will go out. 2-11 . do not turn off the main power switch. DETAILS • When using the machine as facsimile or printer. Turn OFF the main power switch. The main power switch is located on the rear left side of the main body.Turning On the Power Switch (continued) To Turn Off the Power 1. The power switch is located on the far left side of the control panel. • When the machine is using the Weekly Timer function.

Turning On the Power Switch (continued)
Reducing the Power in Standby Mode (Auto Low Power)
This function automatically lowers the power after a specified period (initially 1 minute) of copier inactivity. The [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] LED will be lit, the [START] LED will turn orange to show copier inactivity, and all other LEDs except those of the operation mode keys and the LCD screen will be turned off. HINT
The Auto Low Power function can be set to 1 minute/ 5 minutes/ 10 minutes/ 15 minutes/ 30 minutes/ 60 minutes/ 90 minutes/ 120 minutes/ 240 minutes in the Key Operator mode. For the Key Operator setting, see p. 11-41.

If the machine has no options, the power will be turned off after 1 minute of copier inactivity, as the Auto Shut-Off function activates at the same time. To start a copying job, press any key on the control panel or touch the LCD screen. The Auto Low Power will be released and the LCD screen recovers brightness. DETAILS
• If the Auto Shut-Off function activates at the same time, the power will be turned off without the LCD screen becoming dark. • The LCD screen will not become dark during a duplex copying job or when the Jam Position Screen is displayed.

Shutting Off Automatically (Auto Shut-Off)
This function automatically shuts off the power after a specified period (initially 1 minute for a machine with no options / 15 minutes for the machine with options) of copier inactivity. The [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] LED will be lit. All other LEDs and the LCD screen will be turned off. To start a copying job, press [POWER SAVER ON/OFF]. Copying will become available. HINTS
• The Auto shut-off can be set for 1 minute/ 5 minutes/ 15 minutes/ 30 minutes/ 60 minutes/ 90 minutes/ 120 minutes/ 240 minutes in the Key Operator mode. For the Key Operator setting, see p. 11-41. • When “Timer interrupt mode / Enter password” is displayed after pressing [POWER SAVER ON/OFF], see p. 7-2 and follow the procedure to continue.
HELP CHECK

DATA
FAX COPY

1 4
PPLICATION

2 5 8 0

3
INTERRUPT

POWER SAVER ON / OFF

6
STOP/CLEAR

7
OUTPUT

9
START CLEAR QTY.

AUTO RESET

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Turning On the Power Switch (continued)
Shutting Off / Reducing the Power Manually
Follow the procedure below to shut off or reduce the power manually.

1.

Press [POWER SAVER ON/OFF].
DATA
FAX HELP COPY

Machine Information
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STOP/CLEAR

2

1
CHECK

2 5 8 0

3
INTERRUPT

POWER SAVER ON / OFF

4
PPLICATION

6 9
START CLEAR QTY.

7
OUTPUT

Changing Paper Size

AUTO RESET

2.

The Power save mode will be activated.
The machine is initially set to automatically activate the Low Power mode. The [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] LED will be lit, the [START] LED will turn orange to show copier inactivity. All other LEDs except those of the operation mode keys and the LCD screen will be turned off.

DETAILS
The Key operator can set the machine to activate the Shut-Off mode when [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] is pressed. See p. 11-42 to p. 11-45.

To release the mode, press [POWER SAVER ON/OFF]. The machine will be available for copying operation.
DATA
FAX HELP COPY

1
CHECK

2 5 8 0

3
INTERRUPT

POWER SAVER ON / OFF

4
PPLICATION

6
STOP/CLEAR

7
OUTPUT

9
START CLEAR QTY.

AUTO RESET

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Turning On the Power Switch (continued)
Entering an EKC Password (EKC)
The Electronic Copy Monitor (EKC) allows the Key Operator to monitor all copying activities by controlling EKC password accounts. Copy quantity limits for specific accounts can be set. The EKC is not factory-set. An EKC password is required only when the EKC is activated, a User Password is assigned, and “Enter E.K.C. password” is displayed on the touch screen. Copying will be available by following procedure: HINT
For details of the EKC setting, see p. 11-18 to p. 11-26.

1.

Enter EKC password.
Enter your 8-digit EKC password, using the keypad.

HINT
For setting an EKC password, see p. 11-20 to p. 11-21.

DETAILS
If an invalid EKC password is entered, continue by entering the correct password.

2.

Press [START].
Your current copy count and copy limit will be displayed for 3 sec.

Current count / limit 018888/025000

3.

Start a copying job.
When the message changes to “Ready to copy,” copying job is available on the machine.

DETAILS
When your copy count reaches the copy limit, the message “Copy limit reached” will be displayed. In that case, contact the Key Operator to reset your copy limit.

4.

Press [✽] while pressing [#].
The initial state will be restored, with the message “Enter E.K.C. password” displayed on the screen.

2-14

Loading Paper
A paper indicator is shown on each tray key of the Basic Screen to indicate the paper level of the tray. (Four levels are provided: ) When paper in a tray becomes empty, the indicator “ ” appears on the tray key.

Machine Information
Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size

2

Follow the procedure below to insert paper in the empty tray. DETAILS
When the Multi-sheet bypass tray is empty, “ ” will be displayed on the bypass tray key instead of the paper size indication.

HINT
The Key Operator can set the machine to indicate the paper type for each tray selected on the screen. For details, see p. 11-28.

Loading Paper in Main Body Trays and DB-210 Trays
Main body trays: Tray 1 and 2 DB-210 trays: Tray 3 and 4

1.

Withdraw the main body tray or DB-210 tray.
HINT
See p. 2-2 to check positions of each tray.

Reminder!
Do not withdraw the tray forcibly; otherwise you may be injured.

2-15

Loading Paper (continued)

2.

Stack paper with curl side up.
Load paper, aligning it to the right side of the tray.

Rear guide plate

Hook

Size indication dial

Reminder!
• Do not load paper above the red line on the side guide plates. • Be sure that the rear guide plate is correctly positioned according to the paper size loaded; otherwise machine trouble may occur.

3.

While pressing the release knob, move the side guide plate against the paper.
Release the release knob to lock the slide guide plate.

Reminder!
Do not change the paper size indication of the size indication dial at the front of the tray. Copying using a tray with a different size indicated may cause a paper misfeed.

4.

Push in the tray until it locks into place.
The indicator on the tray key will change from “

” to “

”.

2-16

Withdraw the DB-410 tray. • Be sure that the rear guide plate is correctly positioned according to the paper size to be loaded. The tray bottom will lower due to the stacker paper weight. otherwise you may be injured. 2. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 Reminder! Do not withdraw the tray forcibly. otherwise machine trouble may occur. 3. Size indication dial Reminder! • Do not load paper above the hooks on the side guide plates. HINT See p. 2-2 to check positions of each tray. 2-17 . Stack paper with curl side up. Load paper.Loading Paper (continued) Loading Paper in DB-410 Tray DB-410 tray: Tray 3 1. The indicator on the tray 3 key will change from “ ” to “ ”. aligning it to the right side of the tray. Push in the tray until it locks into place.

A maximum of 50 sheets (80g/ m2) of paper can be loaded at one time.Loading Paper (continued) Loading Paper in Multi-Sheet Bypass Tray 1. Reminder! Load transparency film one sheet at a time. 2-18 . Open the Multi-sheet bypass tray located on the right side of the copier. and adjust the paper guides to the paper size. 3. Load copy paper. close the Multi-sheet bypass tray. When loading large paper. The loaded paper size will be indicated on the bypass tray key of the Basic Screen. withdraw the right edge of the Multi-sheet bypass tray to extend it. 2. When copying is completed.

Set the size indication dial at the correct paper size. Change the paper size of the tray according to the procedure below. Push in the tray until it locks into place. then insert it into the position designated for your desired paper size. Machine Information Machine Configuration Turn On/Off the Power Loading Paper Changing Paper Size 2 Remove the rear guide plate. 4. A4 Reminder! Be sure that the correct paper size is indicated. 2-19 . Remove the rear guide plate while pressing both edges of it. 2. otherwise you may be injured. Reminder! Be sure to insert the rear guide plate into the position of the paper size to be set. Withdraw the tray for which the paper size will be changed. Reminder! Do not withdraw the tray forcibly. The rear guide plate positions are marked on the tray base plate. The tray key on the Basic Screen will indicate the paper size currently specified.Changing Paper Size of Main Body Trays and DB-210 Trays The main body trays and DB-210 trays are user-adjustable. otherwise machine trouble may occur. 1. otherwise a paper misfeed may occur. 3.

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.....................Copying Operations 3 3 Copying Operations How to Make a Basic Copy Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size Lens Mode Positioning Originals .................. 3-31 Output Mode for Machine with Inner Tray IT-101 .......................... 3-2 Setting Print Quantity......... 3-21 Copying Using Memory ............. 3-8 Selecting Magnification Ratio (Lens Mode) .......................................................................... 3-15 Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2......................................................... 3-22 Output Mode for Machine without Finisher ........................................................................................... 3-7 Selecting Paper Size.................... 3-29 Output Mode for Machine with Finisher ... 3-34 Checking Feature Selections and Proof Copying ...... 3-12 Selecting Density Level............... 3-17 Making Single-Sided Copies from Double-Sided Originals (2 1) ............................................................................................................ 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode a a a ............................................................................... 2 2).............................................................................................................. 3-36 Interrupt Copying.... 3-38 Density 1-1.........................................

3-24. Once closed. Positioning originals in Normal mode 1. Arrange originals in order. 3. See p. otherwise selected copy conditions may be automatically altered. smooth. do not open the document feeder. 9-6 for details. otherwise a paper misfeed will occur. 2. be sure the document feeder is fully close. Reminder! • Do not set more than 50 originals or set originals over the red line indicated on the paper guides. Adjust paper guides.Positioning Originals Positioning Originals in RADF The document feeder (RADF) automatically feeds up to 50 originals directly to the platen area. flat originals. The RADF should only be used for unstapled. 3-22 to p. then load them from the block with the first page. 3-2 . Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder tray. Up to 50 originals can be set at a time. • If the number of originals exceeds 50. See p. starting with the top sheet. Reminder! • Before placing originals in the tray. Place two-sided originals with page one FACE UP. divide them into blocks not exceeding 50 sheets. • Be sure not to use unsuitable RADF originals.

2. Position mixed originals FACE UP. 8-25 to p. Up to 50 originals can be set at a time. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode HINT See p. otherwise the selected copy conditions may be altered automatically. Adjust paper guides. See p. 9-7 for allowable combinations of mixed originals. 3. Place two-sided originals with page one FACE UP. 9-6 for details. Once closed. 3-3 . • Be sure not to use unsuitable RADF originals. be sure the document feeder is fully close. Arrange the mixed size originals as illustrated below. 1-1. aligned with the left rear side of the document feeder tray. see procedure on p. do not open the document feeder.Positioning Originals (continued) Positioning originals in Mixed original mode Mixed size originals can be copied together from the document feeder. 8-26. HINT To use the Mixed original mode. 1. Arrange originals in order. To the depth To the left Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Setting direction Lens Mode Density Reminder! • Before placing originals in the tray.

3. Arrange originals in order. 8-27 to p. Up to 50 originals can be set at a time. see procedure on p. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder tray. Adjust paper guides. HINT To use the Folded original mode. otherwise the selected copy conditions may be altered automatically. • Be sure not to use unsuitable RADF originals. 1. Once closed. 9-6 for details. be sure the document feeder is fully close. 8-28. Place two-sided originals with page one FACE UP. See p. 2. do not open the document feeder. Reminder! • Before placing originals in the tray.Positioning Originals (continued) Positioning originals in Folded original mode Folded original mode detects the folded original size without using the size detection sensor of the RADF. 3-4 .

For details on each function. 1. Raise the document feeder (or platen cover). Place original FACE DOWN in the left rear corner. AUTO mode in Repeat. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode Density 2. press the release lever under the document feeder. Interrupt Mode 3. stapled. torn. when size is incompatible. DO NOT CLOSE the document feeder. 1-1. aligning the edge with the left measuring guide. see Section 8.g. Non-Image Area Erase. When repeating the original placement. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Reminder! When selecting Book Copy. or AUTO Layout.Positioning Originals (continued) Positioning Original on Platen Glass Use the platen glass when originals are not suitable for use with the document feeder.. e. or when originals are folded. Gently close the document feeder (or platen cover) to prevent the original from shifting on the glass. or in otherwise poor condition. 3-5 .

CAUTION Positioning Originals (continued) . Use only the lower cover to ease the original placement. the glass may be broken and you may be injured. otherwise.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Do not place heavy originals and do not press strongly when a thick original is placed on the platen glass and is under pressure of the RADF. 3-6 4.

Setting Print Quantity This section describes how to set or change print quantity. AUTO RESET Density Entered quantity will be displayed on the touch panel.)]. Entered quantity will be displayed on the touch panel. Enter the desired print quantity on the control panel keypad. Press [# (CLEAR QTY. To Set Print Quantity The copier is initially set to copy the original set in amounts determined by the print quantity setting. 2-2 2-1 To Change Print Quantity Follow the procedure below to change the print quantity after it has been entered. then outputs sorted sets. 2. Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes 1. DATA FAX HELP IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 4 APPLICATION 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET CLEAR QTY. 1-1. DATA FAX HELP Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 4 APPLICATION 7 OUTPUT Lens Mode CLEAR QTY. The quantity displayed on the touch panel will return to 1. 1. 3-7 . Enter the correct quantity.

3-8 . 9-8 for paper sizes detectable from the RADF or on the platen glass. 3-2 to p. and a message will prompt you to load the appropriate paper. 9-6 to p. Select additional copy conditions. no copying will be performed. magnification ratio and copy paper size. • Copy result may not be satisfactory due to the Rotation function. 5. • See p. • The initial settings may have been altered by Key Operator. 11-45.Selecting Paper Size To select an appropriate paper size for getting your desired copy result. 7-4. p. In this case. use APS (Automatic Paper Selection). turn the function OFF manually. or select paper size manually on the touch screen. HINTS • See p. 1. See. Position original(s). Press [START]. • Key Operator can deactivate APS when original is set in the RADF or on the platen glass. See p. or selects an appropriate size according to the magnification ratio selected. See p. 3. 2. To Select Paper Size Automatically (APS) APS detects the size of originals placed on the RADF or platen glass and automatically selects and feeds copy paper of the same size. HINT See p. Touch to highlight APS at lower right corner of the Basic Screen. 11-14. 11-42 to p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. 4. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. APS is already highlighted when the initial settings are restored. as desired. DETAILS • If the appropriate copy paper is not loaded in any tray. 11-7 to p. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. HINTS • See the table on the following page for the relation of original size. as required.

87 .25 .1.62 .4.1.50 0.1.0.00 A3 2.1.43 .00 2.61 (B5) B5R 0.51 .01 .25 .0.63 1. 2-2 ( ): Rotation functions 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 3-9 .22 A4R(A4) 1.58 .00 Original size A4R A4 A5R A5R A5R B5 (B5R) B5R (B5) A4R (A4) B4 A3 A3 A3 B5R B5 A5R A5R Paper size 0.1.89 0.0.2.86 0.0.82 (B5R) 0.73 1.23 .4.1.23 .42 A5R A5R 0.87 .0.82 B4 0.86 B4 0.1.50 0.1.1.1.00 1.0.0.57 B5R 0.64 .0.15 1.00 1.77 B5 0.83 .71 A4R(A4) (B5) 0.78 .78 .43 .90 .74 .22 A3 1.58 .0.42 .11 .90 .0.0.62 .41 1.57 0.89 0.42 0.0.00 Copying Operations Magnification ratio Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Magnification ratio B5R (B5) A4R (A4) B4 A4 (A4R) Lens Mode Density 1-1.16 .61 A5R 0.01 .0.77 A4R (A4) 0.1.11 .0.10 1.2.63 A3 B4 1.Selecting Paper Size (continued) See the table below for the relation of original size.10 A4 (A4R) B5R 1.71 0.01 .73 1.64 .72 .1.0.42 .1.0.83 .16 .72 .1.01 . Paper size A3 B4 0.0.0.41 A3 1.51 . magnification ratio and copy paper size.15 (B5) 1.74 .

copy paper size. an appropriate reduction or enlargement ratio will be selected automatically according to the original size detected from the RADF or the platen glass. 9-6 to p. Touch a tray key on the Basic Screen to select the desired paper size. In this case. HINT See p.will also be highlighted. The scanned image will be printed on the specified paper size using an automatically selected magnification ratio. 3-6 for details on positioning originals.00 (100%) magnification mode and specifying a paper size. 4.Selecting Paper Size (continued) To Specify Desired Paper Size (AMS) When a paper size is specified on the touch screen. DETAILS Copy result may not be satisfactory due to the Rotation function. 3-2 to p. 3. -A. 1. • To copy in 1. p. as desired. Press [START]. Select additional copy conditions. and magnification ratio. 2. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. HINTS • See p. • See p. 3-10 . the same magnification ratio as that of the standard size will be selected automatically. 3-12. 7-4. 5. Position original(s). 9-8 for original sizes detectable from the RADF or on the platen glass. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. See. In this case. HINTS • See the table on the following page for the relation of original size. turn the function OFF manually. see p. and under LENS MODE. • Wide paper size can be specified when AMS is in use. The selected tray key will be highlighted.

90 0. copy paper size.15 1. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 3-11 .61) 0.50 (0.64 A4 1.22 (0.71 (1.71) 0. Original size A3 A3 B4 Paper size B4 1.86) 1.50 A4 A4R B5 B5R A5R 0.00) 1.61 (0.00 0.Selecting Paper Size (continued) See the table below for the relation of original size.15 (0.00 (0.82) 0.82) 0.00 0.71 (1.71 0.27 1.71) 0.00 0.15) 0.41 1.64 (0.63 1.50 A4R 1.71) 0.00 1.61) 0.82 (1.71 A5R 2.82 0.00 (1.22) Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 ): Rotation functions Lens Mode Density 1-1.00 0.86 (0.15 1.86) 0.90) 1.00 0.78) 0.00) 0.41 1.43 (0.58 (0.00) 1.86 0.00) 0.78 0.41) 0.22 1.71) 0.61 0.50 (0.00) 1.86 0.58 B5R 1.86 0.55 (0.41 1.00 (0.61 (0.71 (1.71 0.86) 0.82 (1.86 (1.58 F4 1.15 1.15) 1.86 0.41 1.10 0.41 (1.81 ( A5 1.22 1.73 1. and selection magnification ratio.71 (1.00 1.00 0.00 0.71 B5 1.22 1.

DETAILS Specifying paper size will release 1. 11-7 to p. 3.00 magnification and set -A. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Follow each procedure described in this section to select the desired magnification ratio. 3-12 . then press [AUTO RESET]. To Copy in 1. 3-2 to p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Press [START]. 1114. HINT See p. HINT The initial settings may be altered by the Key Operator. 5. as desired. 2.00 (100%) automatically on the Basic Screen. Close the RADF securely.00 to highlight it again. See p. In this case. HINT See p. the magnification ratio is set to 1. The initial settings are restored. touch 1.Selecting Magnification Ratio (Lens Mode) When the copier is turned ON. Check that APS indicates that the 1. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. 1. Position original(s).00 Magnification Mode Follow this procedure to make a 100% copy of the original image. 4.(AMS) automatically. Select additional copy conditions.00 magnification is selected.

3.Selecting Magnification Ratio (Lens Mode) (continued) To Copy in Fixed Magnification Mode (FIXED) Use the 6 preset ratios (0. 1. 5. DETAILS Touching any key on the popup menu will momentarily highlight that key. 3-2 to p. as desired.22. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 1-1. 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 2. 0. 0. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode Density The popup menu for selecting the desired preset/user preset ratio will be displayed. Three user preset ratios are adjustable by the Key Operator.41) and 3 user preset ratios to increase or decrease magnification in fixed amounts. 6. >>> Specification for Fixed Magnification Mode <<< Incompatible Conditions: AMS.86. 11-17. Select the desired magnification. Reduce & Shift in Image Shift 1. 1. 1.71. See p. HINT See p. Touch FIXED on the Basic Screen. The selected ratio will be displayed on the Basic Screen. 3-13 . Select additional copy conditions.82.15. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. then press [AUTO RESET]. 4. HINT See p. Repeat mode in Repeat. be sure to close the RADF securely. Position original(s). Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. then the popup menu will disappear automatically. Press [START]. 2-2 Reminder! When starting a new copying job.

3-14 dc . then set the desired zoom ratio. 4. Touch the Vertical/Horizontal zoom key on the popup menu. The popup menu for setting a zoom ratio will be displayed. or use arrows ( / ) to scroll to the desired ratio. Touch ZOOM on the Basic Screen. 5. DETAILS Use the keypad on the popup menu to enter the desired magnification ratio in 3 digits. Press [START]. as desired. HINT See p. HINT See p. Position original(s). if it is not highlighted. 2. 7. 3. Select additional copy conditions. >>> Specification for Zoom Mode <<< Zoom range: 25% to 400% Incompatible Conditions: AMS. Repeat mode in Repeat. 6. 3-2 to p. continue by entering the correct 3-digit ratio.Selecting Magnification Ratio (Lens Mode) (continued) To Copy in Zoom Mode Use the Zoom mode to reduce or enlarge the copied original image in 1% increments. The popup menu disappears automatically and the specified zoom ratio will be displayed on the Basic Screen. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. be sure to close the RADF securely. then press [AUTO RESET]. If an incorrect ratio is entered. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. Reduce & Shift in Image Shift 1. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Touch OK. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.

2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode Move the arrow ( ) to the left side of the desired exposure level indicator. When starting a new copying job. as desired. • When resuming AE. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. It detects the density of the original image and automatically selects the appropriate exposure for the copy. 3. Select additional copy conditions.Selecting Density Level Automatic Exposure (AE) operates with the default settings. touch AUTO. then press [AUTO RESET]. a Reminder! DETAILS 3-15 . see p. 2-2 1. Manual adjustments can be made in 9 levels on the Basic Screen. 11-15. be sure to close the RADF securely. 2. Touch DARKER to darken. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. • Touch NORMAL to select the middle density level. Density 1-1. ABCD E F G H IJKLM NOPQ RSTUV WXYZ Light original ABCD E F G H IJKLM NOPQ RSTUV WXYZ Normal ABCD E F G H IJKLM NOPQ RSTUV WXYZ Dark original Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode To Select Copy Density Select manual copy density to adjust exposure (density) when originals are too light or too dark. or touch LIGHTER to lighten the copy image. • To select the user-set density (USER1 or USER2). HINT See p.

3-2 to p. Press [START]. 5. Position original(s). HINT See p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. 3-16 .Selecting Density Level (continued) 4.

Back Back Back Back Back Back Front Front 2-2 Copying Front Front Front Double-sided original Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Duplex copy Back Back Back Back Back Front Front Front Front Front Duplex copy Back Back Back 1-2 Copying Single-sided original Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Touch 1 2 or 2 2 on the Basic Screen to highlight it. arrange the settings so that they are compatible with the selected copy mode. Follow the procedure below to make double-sided copies from the originals scanned from the document feeder or from the platen glass. a a a Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode Density 1-1. be sure to close the RADF securely. as desired. DETAILS Some incompatible conditions may automatically release the selected copy mode. In this case. 2. Select additional copy conditions. a a 1. 2 2) The Basic Screen is initially set to 1 1 copy mode to make single-sided copies from single-sided originals. Using RADF Select the copy mode according to the original type (single-sided or double-sided). 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 3-17 .Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2. then press [AUTO RESET].

Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the scanning or printing job. Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. otherwise. See p. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 3-22 to p. 3-4 for details on positioning originals. 3-18 Press [START]. 3-2 to p. then prints duplex copies when they are ready for output. • Use RADF store mode (p. The machine scans originals. CAUTION HINTS HINT . • See p. 3. 4. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. remove the copied sets as they exit. mishandled paper will occur.Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2. 2 2) (continued) a a 5.

a 3. Select additional copy conditions. 2. Special Original (NonStandard Size) 1. a a a a Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Density 1-1. ❒ See p. otherwise the selected mode will be released and the copier cannot scan the original placed on the glass. DETAILS Some incompatible conditions may automatically release the selected copy mode. >>>Specification for Double-Sided Copying Using Platen Glass<<< ❒ Use the Platen store mode. Position original FACE DOWN on the platen glass. The RADF indication on the Basic Screen will disappear and the 1 2 and 2 2 keys will be dimmed to show inactivity. Lens Mode 4. Reminder! DO NOT press [AUTO RESET] at this point. HINTS See p. 5. Be sure to start from the first page. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using RADF. HINT See p. 6. Touch SCAN on the Basic Screen. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2. OHP. 3-5 for details on positioning originals. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 3-19 . 2 2) (continued) Using Platen Glass Use the platen glass to scan originals unsuitable for the document feeder. Touch 1 2 on the Basic Screen to highlight it. Open the document feeder. Image Insert. In this case. as desired. arrange settings so that they are compatible with the selected copy mode. 9-6 for the information on unsuitable RADF originals. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. The front side image of the double-sided copy will be scanned into memory.

All the data in memory will be output. remove the copied sets as they exit.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 8. When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Memory indicator on the upper right of the Basic Screen allows you to check the remaining memory. Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the printing job. then touch SCAN. Replace the original on the platen glass with the back side down. 2 2) (continued) a a 3-20 7. Press [START] to print. To delete the scanned data without printing. press [STOP/CLEAR]. mishandled paper will occur. otherwise. Making Double-Sided Copies (1 2. DETAILS CAUTION . Repeat this step until all originals are scanned.

as desired. then prints simplex copies when they are ready for output. arrange the settings so that they are compatible with the selected copy mode. 3-22 to p. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. The machine starts to scan originals. DETAILS Some incompatible conditions may automatically release the selected copy mode. Press [START]. 4. be sure to close the RADF securely. Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the scanning or printing job. In this case. Back Back Back Front Front Front 2-1 Copying Front Front Double-sided original Front Front Front Front Front Back Back Back Back Back Simplex copy 2. Select additional copy conditions.Making Single-Sided Copies from Double-Sided Originals (2 1) Use RADF and select 2 1 copy mode to make single-sided copies from double-sided originals. Touch 2 1 on the Basic Screen to highlight it. 3-4 for details on positioning originals. a a Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode Density 1-1. • Use RADF store mode (p. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 3-2 to p. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode . then press [AUTO RESET]. 3. 3-21 a 1. Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. HINT See p. HINTS • See p. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 5.

Copying Using Memory This section describes various copying features available on this machine using its built-in memory. Touch Store Mode to highlight it. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Use RADF store mode to scan a large amount of originals. then press [AUTO RESET]. You may find the key already highlighted due to the copying selections made. Use Platen store mode for originals that cannot be fed through the document feeder due to thickness. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. more than 50 originals can be scanned into memory using RADF store mode. >>>Specification for Store Mode<<< ❒ Incompatible with RADF store mode: Image Insert. 2. size or condition. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. 3. Dual Page ❒ Incompatible with Platen store mode: None 1. Make copying selections. as desired. To Scan Originals into Memory (Store Mode) Store mode allows you to scan all the originals first. however. 3-22 . 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed. DETAILS RADF tray capacity is 50. be sure to close the RADF securely. then to start a continuous printing job.

Lens Mode Density HINT See p. DETAILS Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all originals are scanned. 8. Non-Image Area Erase.Copying Using Memory (continued) 4. 5. keep the RADF open throughout the scanning procedure. All the data in memory will be output. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. Using platen glass: Place original FACE DOWN. 3-23 . 6. Position original(s). 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 7. Using RADF: Position originals FACE UP. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Press [START] to print. Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the printing job. HINT Should memory overflow occur frequently. Auto detection mode of Repeat. Start scanning from the first page. it is recommended that you contact your service representative to extend the memory capacity in your machine. Touch SCAN on the Basic Screen to scan. divide them into blocks not exceeding 50 sheets and load them from the block with the first page. To delete the scanned data without printing. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. 1-1. HINT See p. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Reminder! When Dual Page. Memory indicator on the upper right of the Basic Screen allows you to check the remaining memory. 3-2 to p. press [STOP/CLEAR]. or AUTO Layout is selected. If the number of originals exceeds 50.

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5-9. 2-2 2-1 2. 3-25 . HINT See p. >>>Specifications for Reserve<<< ❒ Job settings: Max. 4. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Interrupt copying. HINT When trouble occurs while setting the reserve job. Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode On the Reserve Job Setting Screen.Copying Using Memory (continued) To Set Next Copying Job (Reserve) The Reserve function allows you to set up a new job while a current job is in progress. Scanning in Store mode. Select copy conditions for the reserve job. 5-7 to p. or Dual Page. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Press [START] to start scanning/printing for the current job. the Reserve job starts printing immediately. 3. Image Insert. 3-2 to p. all keys on the LCD and control panel will function for the reserve job. as desired. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. See p. Lens Mode Density 1-1. When the current job is finished. The Reserve Job Setting Screen will be displayed. Position original(s) after completing the scan for the current job. Touch RESERVE to highlight it. 5 (current job plus 4 reserve jobs) ❒ When the current job is in Store mode. the SETTING key on the Basic Screen will change to JAM or ADD PAPER key. Proof copy 1. the reserve job setting will be available after the copier starts to print the current job. RESERVE will become active to show that the reserve job setting is now available.

When completed.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 6. the next reserve job setting will be available after the copier starts to scan for the previous reserve job. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to reserve more than one job. the Basic Screen for the current printing job will be restored. remove the copied sets as they exit. Copying of the reserve job will start automatically after completing the current job. Press [START] to start scanning for the reserve job. When setting more than one reserve job. 3-26 5. mishandled paper will occur. DETAILS CAUTION Copying Using Memory (continued) . When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. otherwise.

• Confirm machine status • Delete reserve job • Change order of reserve job 1. 2-2 Perform the desired setting on the screen. 3. or NO to cancel. Touch JOB LIST on the Basic Screen. The Job Clear Confirmation Screen will be displayed. Touch YES to clear the highlighted reserve job. 3-27 . To clear reserve job: Touch the lower/upper arrow key to highlight the desired reserve job. then touch ADVANCE.Copying Using Memory (continued) To Check/Control Jobs in Progress (Job List Screen) The Job List Screen allows you to perform the following functions. Touch OK on the Job List Screen. The highlighted reserve job is advanced by one in printing order unless the job preceding it is already in progress. then touch DELETE. 1-1. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode The Job List Screen will be displayed. Check the current status of the machine. Interrupt Mode To change the order of a reserve job: Touch the lower/upper arrow key to highlight the desired reserve job. The Basic Screen will be restored. 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy HINT See the next page for details of the screen. Density 2.

• If paper supply for a job in FAX or PRINTER mode becomes depleted. COPIER FAX PRINTER SCANNER STATUS: Displays the current status of the machine for each job. ERROR : Error in each mode PRINTING : Printing in each mode NO PAPER : No paper in each mode STOP : Stop in each mode JAM : Jam in each mode SCANNING : Scanning original(s) in copy mode WAITING : Waiting to be output TOTAL PAGE(s): Displays the number of scanned pages for each job. of scanned pages x Print quantity MINUTE(s) TO GO: Displays the time (in minutes) required for completing the job. (0 to 9999) PAGE(s) LEFT: Displays the remaining copy count of the job.Copying Using Memory (continued) Contents of Job List Screen NO. 0 to 9999 Copy count = No. Shorter than 1 minute: <1 2 ~ 999 DETAILS • The time displayed is an approximation. the JOB LIST key will change to ADD PAPER. 3-28 . Displays the machine’s current mode of operation. Four modes are listed below. output may take slightly longer. : MODE: Displays the No. (001-999) for each job assigned to the machine.

11-12. one tray with paper loaded in portrait orientation and the other tray with paper loaded in landscape orientation. e. 1 Stack mode copies the original set in amounts determined by the print quantity setting. Non-Image Area Erase ❒ Incompatible with E-SORT + group mode: Using platen glass (unless Dual Page.. provided the same paper size is loaded in two trays. or Stamp (excluding Numbering) is used). load the same paper size into two trays in different orientation. Special Original (Mixed Original). Repeat. Image Insert.g. AUTO Layout. Booklet. A4 and A4R. Sheet/Cover Insertion. Originals Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 23 1 Example: 3-set copies Group E-SORT + group Lens Mode Density Stack (default) E-SORT + sort 1-1. NonImage Area Erase. Repeat. provided the same paper size is loaded in two trays. 2 E-SORT + sort mode rotates every other set by 90° upon exit. Image Shift. See p. then outputs sorted sets normally. OHP. Sheet/Cover Insertion. 3-29 . 4 E-SORT + group mode rotates every other grouped set by 90° upon exit.. 3 Group mode copies each original page in amounts determined by the print quantity setting. Repeat. or Platen store mode with Chapter. When using E-SORT + sort or E-SORT + group mode. A4 and A4R. Booklet. Stamp (Numbering) Interrupt Mode 1. Proof Copy. The Stack mode is initially selected. then outputs grouped sets normally. HINT Stack mode is initially selected.Output Mode for Machine without Finisher This section describes the output modes for the copier without a Finisher. Booklet. Non-Image Area Erase. Special Original (Mixed Original). Frame/Fold Erasure. Flip Side 2. Image Insert. one tray with paper loaded in portrait orientation and the other tray with paper loaded in landscape orientation. OHP. AUTO Layout. e. Key Operator can change the initial output mode. 2-2 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy >>>Specification for Output Modes without Finisher<<< ❒ Incompatible with Group mode: Proof Copy. AUTO Layout. Stamp (Numbering) ❒ Incompatible with E-SORT + sort mode: Sheet/Cover Insertion. OHP.g.

0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the paper exit tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. See p. otherwise. 2. 3-30 Press [START]. 9-3 to be sure that the exit tray capacity is not exceeded. Output Mode for Machine without Finisher (continued) CAUTION HINT HINTS APPLICATION AUTO RESET OUTPUT CHECK HELP DATA 7 4 1 2 0 8 5 3 9 6 FAX CLEAR QTY. Touch OK. INTERRU STAR . as desired. Touch the desired output mode key to highlight it. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. The Output Mode popup menu will be displayed.8. To select Stack mode. Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the scanning or printing job. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. remove the copied sets as they exit. Select the desired output mode. • See p. 6. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. • See p. Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. 7. The Basic Screen will be restored. 3. Select additional copy conditions. 3-2 to p. deselect all the keys. 5. 4. mishandled paper will occur.

as desired. OHP. Booklet. Sheet/Cover Insertion. Dual Page. AUTO Layout. Stamp (Numbering) 3-31 . Non-Image Area Erase ❒ Incompatible with Staple mode: Using platen glass (unless Image Insert. AUTO Layout. Follow the procedure on the next page to change the output mode. Each exit tray provides output modes as described below. OHP. If desired. Non-Image Area Erase Reminder! Using excessively curled paper or some types of thin paper in Staple mode may cause poor results in arrangement of the stapled sets. or Platen store mode is used). 3 Staple mode offsets and staples each sorted set. 1 Stack mode means that the offset-stacker finisher modes are not selected. each sorted set will be offset by 30mm upon exit. Copies will be stacked upon exit without being offset by sorted sets. >>>Specification for Output Modes with Finisher<<< ❒ Incompatible with Sort mode: Using platen glass (unless Image Insert. 2 Sort mode outputs multiple copies of the original set. Repeat. or Platen store mode is used). 4 Group mode groups together multiple copies of each original and offsets the sets by 30mm upon exit. Repeat. Image Insert. ❒ Incompatible with Group mode: Proof Copy. 2-2 Stack 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 Sort Staple-sort 4 3 2 1 Group 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 2-1 Using Memory 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 4 3 2 1 2 staples 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode Offset by 30mm 1 oblique staple Offset by 30mm The copier is initially set to output to tray 1 in Sort mode. Booklet. OHP. Repeat. AUTO Layout. up to two optional exit trays can be installed. Non-Image Area Erase.Output Mode for Machine with Finisher Finisher FS-107 is initially equipped with two exit trays. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 1 2 3 4 Lens Mode Example: Make 3 copied sets from 4 original sheets Density 1-1. Dual Page. Special Original (Mixed Original with APS). Up to 50 sheets (or a stack up to 5mm thick) can be stapled.

Output Mode for Machine with Finisher (continued)

1.

Close the RADF securely, then press [AUTO RESET].
HINT
The Sort mode using tray 1 is initially selected. Key Operator can change the initial output mode. See p. 11-12.

2.

Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel.
DATA
FAX HELP

1
CHECK

2 5 8 0

3
INTERRU

4
APPLICATION

6 9
STAR CLEAR QTY.

7
OUTPUT

AUTO RESET

The Output Mode popup menu will be displayed.

3.

Select the desired output mode.

Touch to highlight the desired output mode key in the OUTPUT mode area. To select Stack mode, deselect all the keys. When selecting Staple mode, select the staple position as follows. When selecting any other mode, proceed to step 6.

4.

Touch STAPLE SET.

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Output Mode for Machine with Finisher (continued)

5.

Select the desired staple position.
Touch to highlight the desired staple position key on the Staple Position Selection popup menu.

Copying Operations
Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size

3

DETAILS
STAPLE SET on this screen will change to ADD STAPLER when replacement of the staple cartridge is required. See p. 10-5.
Lens Mode

Touch OK to restore the Output Mode popup menu.

Density

6.

Touch OK.
The Basic Screen will be restored.

1-1, 2-2

2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode

DETAILS
The finisher mode icon (Stack: none, Sort: , Group: , Staple: ) or staple position icon appears/diappears in the message area of the screen to indicate the selected output mode.

7. 8. 9.

Select additional copy conditions, as desired. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.
HINT
See p. 9-3~p. 9-4 to be sure that the finisher capacity is not exceeded.

Position original(s).
HINT
See p. 3-2 to p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals.

10. Press [START].
Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the scanning or printing job.

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CAUTION
When the finisher exit tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets as they exit; otherwise, mishandled paper will occur. 3-33

Output Mode for Machine with Inner Tray IT-101
This section describes the following four output modes for a copier with the Inner Tray. Stack mode is initially selected. The Inner Tray IT-101 is equipped with two exit trays. 1 Stack mode copies the original set in amounts determined by the print quantity setting, then outputs sorted sets normally. 2 E-SORT + sort mode rotates every other sorted sets by 90° upon exit, provided the same paper size is loaded in two trays, one tray with paper loaded in portrait orientation and the other tray with paper loaded in landscape orientation, e.g., A4 and A4R. 3 Group mode copies each original page in amounts determined by the print quantity setting, then outputs grouped sets normally. 4 E-SORT + group mode rotates every other grouped set by 90° upon exit, provided the same paper size is loaded in two trays, one tray with paper loaded in portrait orientation and the other tray with paper loaded in landscape orientation, e.g., A4 and A4R.
Originals

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Example: 3-set copies Group E-SORT + group

Stack (default)

E-SORT + sort

>>>Specification for Output Modes with Inner Tray<<<
❒ Incompatible with Group mode: Proof Copy, Sheet/Cover Insertion, Booklet, OHP, Image Insert, Repeat, AUTO Layout, Non-Image Area Erase, Stamp (Numbering) ❒ Incompatible with E-SORT + sort mode: Sheet/Cover Insertion, Booklet, OHP, Special Original (Mixed Original), Repeat, AUTO Layout, Non-Image Area Erase ❒ Incompatible with E-SORT + group mode: Using platen glass (unless Dual Page, Frame/Fold Erasure, or Platen store mode with Chapter, Flip Side 2, Image Shift, or Stamp (excluding Numbering) is used), Proof Copy, Sheet/Cover Insertion, Booklet, OHP, Image Insert, Special Original (Mixed Original), Repeat, AUTO Layout, NonImage Area Erase, Stamp (Numbering)

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When using E-SORT + sort or E-SORT + group mode, load the same paper size into two trays with different orientation.
HINT
Stack mode is initially selected. Key Operator can change the initial output mode. See p. 11-12.

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When the inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets as they exit; otherwise, mishandled paper will occur.
See p. 3-2 to p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. • See p. 9-3 to be sure that the exit tray capacity is not exceeded. • See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.

Press [START].

Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass.

Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.

Select additional copy conditions, as desired.

The Basic Screen will be restored.

Touch OK.

Touch the desired output mode key to highlight it. To select Stack mode, deselect all the keys.

Select the desired output mode.

The Output Mode popup menu will be displayed.

Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel.

Output Mode for Machine with Inner Tray IT-101 (continued)

CAUTION

HINT

HINTS

APPLICATION

AUTO RESET

OUTPUT

CHECK

HELP

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IT-101 Output Modes

FS-107 Output Modes

Check Mode & Proof Copy Output without Finisher

Copying Operations

Setting Print Quantity

Lens Mode

Paper Size

Positioning Originals

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Interrupt Mode Using Memory 1-1, 2-2 Density 2-1

Checking Feature Selections and Proof Copying
Use the Check mode to confirm copying selections before starting print operation. In this mode, use Proof copy to produce a sample of the copied set before making multiple copies. This is a convenient and cost effective way of viewing the results of the following copying selections. • Copying conditions using Store mode • Sheet/Cover insertion • Chapter • Combination • Booklet • Image insert • Dual Page

>>>Specifications for Check Mode and Proof Copy<<<
❒ Proof copy is available when using RADF or Platen store mode for multiple originals. ❒ Proof copy cannot be used for testing the Userset density. ❒ Proof copy is not compatible with Group or E-SORT + group output mode and Reserve mode.

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Select the desired copy conditions and enter the desired print quantity.
Reminder!
When starting a new copying job, be sure to close the RADF securely, then press [AUTO RESET].

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Position original(s).
HINT
See p. 3-2 to p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals.

Press [CHECK] on the control panel.
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AUTO RESET

The Check Screen will be displayed.

Verify the settings made for the current job. • If settings are OK, proceed to step 8. • If a sample copy is needed, proceed to the next step. 3-36

touch EXIT to return to the Basic Screen. as required. Touch PROOF COPY on the Check Screen. 7. If any setting change is required. Change the print quantity. as required. • You can change selections with an asterisk (*) displayed on the left side after proof copying. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. DETAILS • Press [STOP/CLEAR] to suspend the proof copying. remove the copied sets as they exit. the copier will output the rest. as required. Change the settings. If required. proceed to step 7. Press [START]. If any setting change is required before proofcopying. press [STOP/CLEAR] to delete all the data in memory. the scanned image data will not be deleted from memory. 5. until the print quantity amount on the Basic Screen reaches zero. except the sample sets. If the print quantity is not changed. Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode 6.Checking Feature Selections and Proof Copying (continued) 4. 3-37 . change the print quantity on the Basic Screen. A sample copy will be output. proceed to the next step. 8. 2-2 If the copy result is satisfactory. In this case. Touch EXIT (or press [CHECK]) to return to the Basic Screen. mishandled paper will occur. DETAILS Proof copy can be performed as needed. 2-1 Using Memory DETAILS If the desired selection cannot be changed. otherwise. then change settings. then press [AUTO RESET] to restart the job setting. Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 Lens Mode Density 1-1.

• The Call for Service message displays or a paper misfeed occurs. DETAILS In Reserve mode. See the following page. For details of Reserve mode. DATA FAX HELP COPY 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRUPT POWER SAVER ON / OFF 4 APPLICATION 6 STOP/CLEAR 7 OUTPUT 9 START CLEAR QTY. 3-26. 3-25 to p. 1. Press [INTERRUPT] on the control panel.Interrupt Copying Use the Interrupt mode to interrupt copying in progress to perform a simple job. see p. When interrupt copying is completed. HINT The timing to enter the Interrupt mode varies according to the job in progress on the machine when [INTERRUPT] is pressed. 3-38 . the settings for the initial job restore automatically and the Basic Screen displays. AUTO RESET The [INTERRUPT] LED turns on and the SETTING indicator on the Basic Screen changes to INTERRUPT. Interrupt copying is available when the copier is performing the following operations: • Continuously printing the image stored in memory • Scanning the originals into memory • Scanning the originals into memory while printing in Reserve mode The Interrupt mode cannot be selected with the following copier conditions: • The Basic Screen is not displayed. pressing [INTERRUPT] before the copier finishes scanning the reserve job originals clears the settings selected for the reserve job.

3-2 to p. mishandled paper will occur. 3. The initial settings in Interrupt mode are as follows. the information displayed reflects the initial copy job settings. remove the copied sets as they exit.Interrupt Copying (continued) 2. as desired. if present. a Copy Mode RADF AE Lens Mode APS Print Quantity Finisher :1 1 : ON : ON : 1. The [INTERRUPT] LED turns out and the INTERRUPT indicator on the Basic Screen returns to the SETTING indicator. Press [START] to start the interrupt copying. HINT See p. otherwise. The settings of the initial job will be restored on the Basic Screen. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 2-2 When [CHECK] is pressed during Interrupt copying. When Interrupt copying is completed. 4.00 (100%) : ON :1 : Exit Tray 1 in Sort mode Copying Operations Positioning Originals Setting Print Quantity Paper Size 3 DETAILS Lens Mode Density DETAILS 2-1 Using Memory Output without Finisher FS-107 Output Modes IT-101 Output Modes Check Mode & Proof Copy Interrupt Mode CAUTION 3-39 . press [INTERRUPT] again. Check mode will not display Interrupt copy job information. Press [START] to resume copying. 6. 5. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. Set copy conditions. 1-1. Remove any document from the platen glass or from the document feeder. Position original(s).

as indicated by the [INTERRUPT] LED conditions described below. scans all originals placed on the document feeder. • Scanning originals into memory while printing in Reserve mode The LED blinks until the copier completes the current printing job. and prints one set of the Reserved job. • Collectively printing image stored in memory The LED blinks until one set of the current job is printed. The LED remains steady for the temporary job performed in Interrupt mode.Interrupt Copying (continued) DETAILS For particular jobs in progress. the LED remains steady for the temporary job performed in Interrupt mode. Then the LED remains steady for the temporary job performed in Interrupt mode. copying will cease only after certain phases of the immediate operation are completed. Then. • Scanning originals into memory The LED blinks until scanning is completed for all originals placed in the document feeder. 3-40 .

.....................4 Job Memory & Help Mode How to Use Helpful Functions Job Memory &Help Mode Job Memory 4 Storing Job Conditions (Job Memory: Job Store) ......... 4-5 Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode)................. 4-7 Help Mode .............. 4-2 Recalling Stored Job Settings (Job Memory: Job Recall) .......................

Touch ENTRY. The Job No. Make job selections from the Basic Screen and/or Application Selection Screen. Touch JOB MEMORY. Selection Screen will be displayed. . 3. 4. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed.Storing Job Conditions (Job Memory: Job Store) Use Job Store to store up to 15 frequently used copy job settings. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. then press [AUTO RESET]. 2. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. ❒ Interrupt mode cannot be used while in Job Memory. be sure to close the RADF securely. >>>Specifications for Job Memory<<< ❒ All copying functions can be selected. The stored jobs can be given alphabetical names. 4-2 The Job Store Check Screen will be displayed. which can be recalled at any time. 1.

11-27. then restart the Job Store operation from step 2. 7. and the Basic Screen will return from any screen. The job with a lock icon ( ) is locked and cannot be selected. The arrow keys at the right side can be used to scroll to the next/previous page. The Job No. Selection Screen will be restored. Job Memory &Help Mode Job Memory 4 DETAILS If any correction is required. DETAILS To suspend the storing job after step 7. If you wish to cancel the settings. Check that the selections made in step 1 are correctly entered. The screen displays 5 job number keys. touch CANCEL to return to the Basic Screen. see p. Touch OK. A job without a lock icon ( ) displayed can be overwritten. press [AUTO RESET]. A blank key indicates that no job is stored under that number. touch CANCEL to restore the Basic Screen. Help Mode 6. DETAILS If you wish to cancel the job number selection. 4-3 . HINT To lock or unlock a job.Storing Job Conditions (Job Memory: Job Store) (continued) 5. Review the settings on the Job Store Check Screen. Touch to highlight one of the keys numbered from 1~15 to store the job under that number. and to delete a locked job. Job Memory mode will be cancelled. press [AUTO RESET]. Make new selections. which displays the settings made in step 1.

repeatedly to delete each character entered. Touch OK. The Job No. Touch OK. touch DEL. using the touch screen alphabet keypad. Enter a job name in up to 24 characters. The Job Name Registration Screen will be displayed. 11. Check that the job name has been correctly entered. simply touch OK. To correct an entry. The key displays 6 asterisks (*) in place of a name. 9. Enter a job name. DETAILS If you do not wish to enter a name. 10. Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Basic Screen. 4-4 . Selection Screen will be restored. scroll with the upper and lower arrows to use lower case and symbol keys. If required. then enter the correct job name.Storing Job Conditions (Job Memory: Job Store) (continued) 8.

scroll to the next page with the arrow keys to reach the desired job number key (6~15). Help Mode The Job No. Selection Screen will be displayed. 3. 4-5 . Touch JOB MEMORY. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. 1. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. The screen displays 5 job number keys. If required.Recalling Stored Job Settings (Job Memory: Job Recall) Use Job Recall to recall jobs that are already stored in Job Memory. Job Memory &Help Mode Job Memory 4 2. Touch to highlight a job number key to select a job you want to recall.

touch CANCEL to return to the Basic Screen.Recalling Stored Job Settings (Job Memory: Job Recall) (continued) 4. then press [START] to print. 6. Touch OK. To cancel the recall mode. The Job Recall Check Screen displays to enable you to review the settings. The settings of the selected job will be recalled on the restored Basic Screen. Position original(s). If desired. 4-6 . touch JOB CHECK. 5.

• Assistance displays the extension number of the Key Operator. When a function item is touched.Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode) The Help Screen provides you with the information about the current screen mode and about setting procedures. Help mode provides two types of Help Screens according to the current screen mode: 1 Help Screen accessed from Basic Screen 2 Help Screen accessed from screens other than Basic Screen To Display Help Screen from Basic Screen 1. RADF provides information on positioning originals in the document feeder. HELP MENU displays the Help Menu Screen which provides a list of all of the copier functions. then press [HELP]. 2. Toner provides information on adding toner. TRAY provides information on loading paper in each tray. 4 APPLICATION Help Mode 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Help Screen will be displayed. Return to the Basic Screen. Staple provides information on replacing staple cartridge. to scroll to the next page. the Help Screen displays information specific to that topic. 4-7 . Help mode can be accessed from any screen except Job Memory and Key Operator Screens. if provided. Touch the desired key to display specific information. • Touch Key-Ope mode to enter the Key Operator mode. • Service call displays the phone/fax number of your service center. See p. 11-2. DATA FAX HELP Job Memory &Help Mode Job Memory INTERRU 4 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. • • • • • DETAILS • Touch Touch on the Help Screen. to return to the previous page.

Touch Touch on the Help Screen. Job memory” displays information on Job Memory. Applications” displays operational information on 16 application functions provided on the Application Selection Screen. to return to the previous page. Touch MENU on the subsequent Help Screen to return to the Help Menu Screen. • “4. • “5. 4-8 . • “2. Touch EXIT to return to the Basic Screen. • “3. DETAILS: Help Menu Screen Select one of the 5 help menu items on the Help Menu Screen to display subsequent Help Screens. Hard keys” displays information on control panel buttons. RADF and Platen” displays information on unsuitable RADF originals and maintenance of the document feeder and platen glass. • “1.Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode) (continued) 3. if provided. then touch EXIT to restore the Basic Screen. to scroll to the next page. Screen keys” displays information on the keys provided on the LCD touch screen.

DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Touch EXIT. Job Memory &Help Mode Job Memory 4 2. Help Mode 4-9 . 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Help Screen displays to provide the information about the current screen mode and setting procedures. While in any screen other than the Basic Screen.Displaying Screen for Operation Guide (Help Mode) (continued) To Display Help Screen from Other Screens 1. press [HELP]. The screen that was displayed before pressing [HELP] will be restored.

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...................................... 5-9 When “Memory Full” Message Is Displayed (Memory Overflow) ........................................................ 5-12 Troubleshooting Tips............................................................................................. 5-5 When “JAM” Appears on Folder Key ...... 5-10 When Power OFF/ON Screen Is Displayed ...........5 Troubleshooting How to Handle Machine Troubles When “Call for Service” Message Is Displayed ................... 5-4 Clearing Mishandled Paper................................................................................................... 5-7 When “ADD PAPER” Appears on Folder Key ............................................. 5-13 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips .. 5-2 Preventive Maintenance .......................

indicated in the second line of the message area. the Key Operator can call for service using the Key Operator setting. then unplug the machine as described here. The Call for Service Screen usually displays the telephone and facsimile numbers of your service representative. Unplug the machine. Make note of the Report code No. 11-49. Reminder! CAUTION HINT . 4. After calling for service using the Key Operator setting. See p. 5-2 3. When “Call for Service” Message Is Displayed Contact your service representative and report the condition and code No. 2. be sure to turn OFF the power switch and main power switch immediately.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the Call for Service Screen is displayed. If your machine uses the Remote Diagnostics option and is automatically monitored by your service representative. Turn OFF the power switch and main power switch. A “Call for Service” message indicates a machine condition that requires the attention of your service representative. be sure to contact your service representative immediately by following the procedure below. 1.

If the limited use of the copier is available. To obtain this limited functionality of the copier. Tray 2 failure Press AUTO to select except this tray When “Call for Service” Message Is Displayed (continued) Please switch ON/OFF E 18-2 CAUTION 5-3 Power OFF/ON Screen ADD PAPER Key Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper Troubleshooting Tips 5 JAM Key Memory Overflow Troubleshooting Call for Service . Make note of the Report code No.3. and arrange for machine repair immediately. Be sure to utilize the limited function only temporarily. you may continue operating the copier on a limited function basis and utilize the trays and ADU that are not affected by the trouble. 2. If the message shown below is displayed on the Call for Service Screen. Limited Use of the Copier in Trouble A copying job can continue without using the troubled portion of the machine (ex. Press [AUTO RESET]. ex. consult your service representative. the following message is displayed in the message area instead of the Report code. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 EVEN IF THE COPYING JOB CAN BE CONTINUED WITH THE ABOVE OPERATION. Turn OFF then ON the power switch. Tray 2). BE SURE TO CONTACT YOUR SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE IMMEDIATELY WHEN THE CALL FOR SERVICE SCREEN IS DISPLAYED. 1.

) will prompt 5-4 . When preventive maintenance is due. a message and PM CALL icon ( you to contact your service representative for maintenance. Preventive Maintenance (PM) will be required for maintaining optimal performance.Preventive Maintenance After a set number of copies have been made on your copier.

Touch GUIDE on the screen. Only the relevant numbers appear when a paper misfeed actually occurs. 2. Reminder! Before performing the clearing procedure. 5-5 . if provided. be sure to leave no torn paper inside the machine. GUIDE key Touch to display the subsequent screens for the disposal action. the copier stops making copies and mishandled paper codes display on the screen to indicate misfeed area(s). Follow the procedure on the screen to remove misfed paper. on the screen. Touch illustrations. see p. Copying operation cannot be continued until all the misfeed locations are cleared. 1-2 for the caution label locations inside the machine.Clearing Mishandled Paper When a paper misfeed occurs. Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips 1. Paper jam position display Numbers flashing or lighting indicate the jammed positions. Message area An action will be displayed. The screen illustrating the method for the disposal action will be displayed. to go to the next page of a series of Reminder! When removing mishandled paper. 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting DETAILS The above screen displays all the jam numbers for the sake of explanation.

the Basic Screen will be restored. The area near the conveyance unit cover 6 generates high voltage. electrical shock may occur. DO NOT TOUCH! The drum unit generates high voltage. CAUTION CAUTION WARNING Clearing Mishandled Paper (continued) . If any misfeed remaining. If touched. Repeat steps 1 to 2 until all the locations are cleared. Be careful of removing staples stuck inside the machine so as not to get injured.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 3. the screen displays the next disposal procedure in the message area and the location number in the jam position display. 5-6 When completed. NEVER TOUCH the area. To avoid bodily electrical shock.

The scan/print job will resume. Touch GUIDE. Display the Jam Position Screen. and the settings for the current printing job are displayed on the screen. 1. Touch RESERVE to continue the reserve job setting. Follow the procedure on the screen to remove misfed paper. 5-6 for details on clearing procedure. 5-9. When all procedures are completed. SETTING folder key on the Basic Screen will change to flashing JAM. The screen illustrating the method for the disposal action will be displayed.When “JAM” Appears on Folder Key If a misfeed occurs with the print/scan job in progress while you are setting a reserve job. 5-7 . DETAILS JAM has changed to SETTING. 5. Follow the procedure below to remove mishandled paper. 3. 4. see p. the Basic Screen will be restored. HINT See p. Touch JAM. Press [START]. 5-5 to p. The Jam Position Screen will be displayed. 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips HINT If ADD PAPER is displayed instead of JAM. 2.

NEVER TOUCH the area. If touched. The area near the conveyance unit cover 6 generates high voltage. DO NOT TOUCH! The drum unit generates high voltage. 5-8 When “JAM” Appears on Folder Key (continued) CAUTION CAUTION WARNING .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Be careful of removing staples stuck inside the machine so as not to get injured. electrical shock may occur. To avoid electrical shock.

5 Call for Service Troubleshooting Check the empty tray. 2-15 to p. Touch ADD PAPER. The Basic Screen for the print job will be displayed. SETTING on the Basic Screen will change to flashing ADD PAPER. 3. The ADD PAPER will change to SETTING and the print job will resume. then supply that tray with paper. 1. Follow the procedure below to continue the copying operation. Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key Press [START].When “ADD PAPER” Appears on Folder Key If the paper supply for a print job in progress becomes depleted while you are setting a reserve job. Touch RESERVE to continue the reserve job setting. HINT See p. ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips 5-9 . 2-18 for details on loading paper. 2. 4. Display the Basic Screen for the print job in progress.

irrespective of the print quantity setting. . . 3. Action 1 • Copying under conditions other than the above . . 1. . Press [START] to complete the job. . then position originals again. . . it is recommended that you contact your service representative to extend the memory capacity in your machine. . To handle the Memory overflow condition while performing a job. Wait until the current operation is completed. . take the appropriate action described below. . and all the data in memory is erased. Occasional memory overflow may occur if the installed memory is inadequate for the copy conditions selected. . . • Copying in Group mode without Store mode selected . DETAILS Positioning the same number of originals may cause the memory overflow again.When “Memory Full” Message Is Displayed (Memory Overflow) In certain modes. If continuous working check output after copying 2. . The following Memory Overflow message is displayed on the touch screen. Action 1 Action 1 is required when the machine prematurely stops copying and displays the Memory Overflow message after producing only one copied set. Arrange the original pages to lighten a burden to memory. These actions enable you to continue the job or suspend the job. this printer/copier uses memory to make operations convenient and smooth flowing. Action 2 DETAILS Should memory overflow occur frequently. Check the original pages. . . . 5-10 . .

Action 2 enables you to continue the job or suspend the job. 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting DETAILS To suspend the job. In this case. All scanned data will be erased. The machine will output the scanned data for job completion in the amount remaining in the print quantity setting. The machine stops copying after producing one copied set irrespective of the set print quantity. the scanned data still remains in memory. press [STOP/CLEAR] to save the job settings. At this time. then complete the job according to the print quantity remaining. the machine stops without producing a copied set. press [AUTO RESET] to clear the job and resume initial settings. 5-11 . 1. all the data still remains in memory. Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips 3. Press [START] to continue copying. Or. Check the original pages. however.When “Memory Full” Message Is Displayed (Memory Overflow) (continued) Action 2 Action 2 is required when a job ceases with Memory Overflow messages displayed. The following message displays. and the following Memory Overflow message is displayed on the touch screen. -Memory full-Start=>START key Cancel=>ST/CL key 2. then press [START] to complete the job. Wait until the current operation is completed. Check pages of the output set to confirm the amount of missing data. 4. When scanning in Store mode. If continuous working check output after copying All the data in memory will be erased with this message displayed.

Follow the procedure below to turn the machine power off then on. Turn OFF the power switch. Turn ON the power switch. 5-12 .When Power OFF/ON Screen Is Displayed When any trouble affects the electrical signal of the copier. 3. The main power switch does not have to be turned off. 2. the Power OFF/ON Screen will be displayed. Wait about 10 seconds. 1.

if required. COPY IMAGE IS TOO DARK Manually adjust copy density to lighter density. Do not exceed the tray capacity. COPYING DOES NOT RESUME AFTER MISHANDLED PAPER IS REMOVED Check copier diagram on touch screen for additional indications of mishandled paper. Close front door completely. and replace it if necessary. COPY QUALITY IS POOR Check paper for dampness. Keep platen glass and inner surface of document cover clean. Check to see if Photo. Do not leave paper in copier when humidity is high. Text. Check to see if Photo. DUPLEX MODES CANNOT BE SELECTED Fully close ADU and RADF. Check the Density shift. then select Duplex mode again. Call for service if “Call for service” is displayed in the message area. Check toner indicator and add toner. COPY PAPER MISHANDLES DURING COPYING Fan copy paper and load it with curl side in proper location. 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips 5-13 . COPY IMAGE IS TOO LIGHT Manually adjust copy density to darker density. COPY IMAGE IS NOT CLEAN OR SHOWS SPOTS Use clean originals since dirt marks may be copied. Check to be sure main power switch is ON. Press [AUTO RESET] and set desired copying conditions without using Image Shift or Reduce & Shift. Check density indicator and lighten if required. Close RADF. MAGNIFICATION CANNOT BE CHANGED Image Shift and Reduce & Shift are incompatible with magnification. or Increase Contrast mode is required. Check paper for dampness. Check to be sure power plug is firmly inserted in electrical socket. Check the Density shift. Close document cover firmly. or Increase Contrast mode is required. COPYING DOES NOT BEGIN AFTER PRESSING [START] Insert or adjust the appropriate paper tray for paper size selected. Text. THE TOUCH SCREEN PAPER SIZE INDICATOR DISPLAYS [!] ON THE TRAY The [!] symbol indicates that the paper loaded in the tray is inconsistent with the tray position setting.Troubleshooting Tips COPIER DOES NOT OPERATE WHEN POWER SWITCH IS ON Fully insert paper trays.

press [AUTO RESET].00 magnification. Follow instructions for adding toner. as required. If this message continues to display after selecting paper size. 5-14 .Troubleshooting Tips (continued) THE ORIGINAL PAPER IS MISHANDLED OR SKEWED IN THE DOCUMENT FEEDER Originals should conform to the recommended size and weight. 1. Be sure originals are not stapled. select 1. Check to make sure paper guides meet the width of mixed size originals. If desired.00 magnification will be selected automatically. otherwise. RADF LIGHT IS FLASHING The document feeder is ready to accept originals. then press [START]. THE BASIC SCREEN DOES NOT DISPLAY SETTINGS AS DESCRIBED IN INSTRUCTION MANUAL Check with the Key Operator. even if it is already indicated. Align originals evenly in the RADF. “PLEASE CHECK ORIGINAL” This message displays when the copier detects a non-standard paper size on the platen glass. A MESSAGE TO LOAD A REQUIRED PAPER SIZE DISPLAYS. COPIES CANNOT BE MADE AFTER PASSWORD IS ENTERED Check to see if the message EXCEEDS LIMIT is displayed. CALL FOR PM IS DISPLAYED IN MESSAGE AREA Contact your service representative for Preventive Maintenance. Check for a paper misfeed and remove it. ADD TONER MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED New toner supply is needed. RADF INDICATOR WILL NOT LIGHT AFTER [AUTO RESET] IS PRESSED Fully close RADF. then [START]. Insert originals on RADF tray. ask your service representative to enable the machine to default to 1. COPY IMAGE IS SKEWED WHEN BYPASS IS USED Be sure copy paper is inserted straight. FINISHER DOES NOT OPERATE Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel. Select paper size and press [START]. EVEN THOUGH THAT SIZE IS LOADED IN ONE OF THE TRAYS Paper sizes loaded in the trays must be consistent with the tray position size. USING EKC. IN MIXED ORIGINAL MODE. APS SELECTS THE WRONG PAPER SIZE Paper guides must be adjusted exactly to the size of originals. Contact Key Operator to reset limit.00 magnification in this situation. as Initial Settings may have been changed. the [!] symbol will be displayed on the Paper Size indicator of the Basic Screen.

so that the blank sheet is even and the insertion sheet is odd. Reload the copy paper upside down. Copy insertion: To ensure that chapter sheets in 1-2 mode always appear on the right hand side in the finished set. If required. insertion sheets must be designated on the page setting screen with odd numbers. COPIES SKEW IN THE STAPLED SETS Check to see if copy paper is excessively curled in the tray. make an even numbered original page odd by inserting a blank sheet in front of that page. not even.Troubleshooting Tips (continued) SHEET INSERTION RESULT IS NOT AS EXPECTED Blank insertion: Be sure manuscript originals do not already include blank sheets in the locations designated for sheet insertion. 5 Call for Service Troubleshooting Preventive Maintenance Clearing Mishandled Paper JAM Key ADD PAPER Key Memory Overflow Power OFF/ON Screen Troubleshooting Tips 5-15 .

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.................................................. 6-2 Option Specifications.....................................................6 Machine Specifications Main Body & Option Specifications Main Body Specifications.................... 6-5 Machine Specifications 6 ........................

19 copies/min. (without option) Approx. (A4).410 (141%) Reduction: 1:0. 30 copies/min. 1:0. 30 seconds Approx. top and bottom 2mm±1. 500 sheets (80g/m2) Tray 3.) 1.5mm) Tray 1. 6-2 . 1:0. (A4). 1. 3-hole 7022.710 (71%) Zoom/Special ratio magnification ratio: 25% to 400% in 1% increments Plain paper: 50 to 130g/m2 for Multi-sheet bypass tray 60 to 90g/m2 for main body and drawer base trays Special paper: OHP film. 30 copies/min.0 seconds (A4) AC 230V/50Hz (This equipment selects the correct voltage automatically. 2 (universal). 4 (universal). Copy paper: Copying speed: Continuous copying: Types of original: Original size: Copy size: Paper supply method: Warm-up time: First copy time: Power: Power consumption: Sound power level: Weight: Size: Effective size*: These specifications are subject to change without notice. Tab. 1:1.500 sheets (80g/m2) (DB-410 option) Multi-sheet bypass tray. 82kg (main body + RADF) 590(W) x 595(D) x 875(H) mm (main body + RADF) 865(W) x 595(D) x 1172(H) mm (main body + RADF + Finisher + DB) 835(W) x 595(D) mm (main body + RADF) 1110(W) x 595(D) mm (main body + RADF + Finisher + DB) *Effective size is dimensions required when the Multi-sheet bypass tray is opened.820 (82%). 18 copies/min.Main Body Specifications Main Body Name: Type: Transfer method: Platen glass: Light-sensitive unit: Light source: Developing method: Fixing method: Density adjustment: Magnification ratio: Konica 7022/7130 Console type Indirect electrostatic method Fixed OPC Xenon lamp Dry. 22 copies/min.150 (115%). 500 sheets (80g/m2) (DB-210 option) Tray 3 (fixed). (A3). 50 sheets (80g/m2) Approx.0% Enlargement: 1:1. 21 copies/ min. Labels. 19 copies/ min. (B4).860 (86%). book originals A3 maximum A3 to A5 size (image cutoff width: leading and trailing ends 2mm±2mm. (B5R) 7130.220 (122%). 22 copies/min. 16 copies/min. (B4). (B5). (without option) 66dB max. (A4R). 17 copies/min.03KW max. 14 copies/min. (B5R) 1 to 999 copies Sheet. (A3). 5. 2-component magnetic brush developing Heat roller Automatic and manual (9 steps) 1:1±1. (A4R). 1:1. (B5). 15 copies/min.

B6R.5”x11”R. B5.5”x8. B5.5” (60 to 110g/m2 paper) 50 sheets max. A5R. A4R. 100 sheets max.and 2-sided originals automatically Plain paper (35 to 130g/m2) A3.5”x11”. 8. 11”x17”. B6R. B5.6kg Supply from main body DB-210 Drawer Base Unit Function: Configuration: Capacity: Types of paper: Dimensions: Power source: Paper feed into main body 2 trays Tray 3 (upper)/Tray 4 (lower).5”x11”R (60g to 90g/m2 paper) 580(W) x 595(D) x 304(H) mm Supply from main body These specifications are subject to change without notice. 8. A5. 11”x17”. 8.000 staples 432(W) x 463(D) x 255(H) mm Approx. A5.5”x11” 50 sheets max. Exit tray 2. 500 sheets each A3. B5. A4R. 8.5”x11”. 11”x17”. F4. A3. 50 sheets max. 8. 8.5”x11”.5”x11”R. 11”x17”. F4. A4. B4.5”x14”. making a total of 4 Machine Specifications 6 IT-101 Inner Tray Function: Configuration: Capacity: Types of paper: Dimensions: Weight: Power source: Built-in exit tray 2 exit trays Exit tray 1. A5. 5. A5R. 5. A4R. B5R. B5R.5” (60 to 110g/m2 paper) 430/582*(W) x 449(D) x 137(H) mm *when extending the tray Approx.5”x8. or 5 mm or less (80g/m2 paper) 5. 8. A4. F4. F4. B4. B5R. A4R. A4. 8. 8.5”x14”.Option Specifications RADF (DF-314) Function: Type of original: Original size: Original capacity: Original insertion: Power source: Feeds 1. B4. 6-3 . 3. 13kg Supply from main body FT-107 Finisher Tray Function: Exit tray: Additional exit tray for Finisher FS-107 Up to 2 may be fitted. B4. (80g/m2) Automatic feed at a time Supply from main body FS-107 In-Bin Stapler Finisher Type: Sorting system: Types of paper: Number of stapled sheet: Staple cartridge: Dimensions: Weight: Power source: Offset catch tray Sorting by shifting (30±2 mm) (copies are delivered face down) A3. A4.

B5R.5”x11”.5”x11”R) (60g to 90g/m2 paper) 580(W) x 595(D) x 304(H) mm Supply from main body Desk (DK-109) Function: Configuration: Storage for copy materials 1 drawer Memory unit MU-403: MU-404: MU-405: 32MB 64MB 128MB Others Platen kit (CV-109) Fax kit (FK-102) Image Processor (IP-422) PostScript Unit (PS-343) Key Counter These specifications are subject to change without notice.500 sheets Fixed to A4 (can be changed to A4R. 6-4 . 8. 1. B5.Option Specifications (continued) DB-410 Drawer Base Unit Function: Configuration: Capacity: Types of paper: Dimensions: Power source: Paper feed into main body 1 tray Tray 3. or 8.

Advanced Advanced Information Applications Paper & Original Info Maintenance & Supplies Key Operator Mode 7 8 9 10 11 .

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................................ 7-4 Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode............................................................ 7-2 Rotation ............................................. 7-6 Weekly Timer Rotation Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Advanced Information 7 ...............7 Advanced Information How to Use Advanced Functions Programmed Shut-Off (Weekly Timer)..........................................................

In the event the Timer Interrupt password has not been entered by the Key Operator. DETAILS If an invalid password is entered. the Timer Interrupt mode message will be displayed after pressing the power switch. 11-39. However. and copying is unavailable.Programmed Shut-Off (Weekly Timer) The Weekly Timer function turns a copier on and off at the time specified by the Key Operator. The Basic screen will be displayed along with the message shown below. HINT For details of the Weekly Timer function. the following message will display instead. 2. Enter the password. 11-31 to p. Timer interrupt mode Enter password DETAILS The machine power will be turned off automatically after 5 minutes from this state if a password is not entered. Input copy time 0 hour(s) 05 minute(s) When the above message displays. see p. When a copier is under control of the Weekly Timer function. 7-2 . 1. The Timer Interrupt password is not factory set and must be entered by the Key Operator. Enter a 4-digit number Timer Interrupt password using the keypad on the control panel. proceed to step 4. 11-39. This function is not factory-set. see p. HINT For setting the Timer Interrupt password. Press the power switch. continue by entering the valid 4-digit password. copying can be available by using the following procedure.

Weekly Timer Rotation Vertical/Horizontal Zoom When Timer Interrupt of the copier is finished. Input copy time 0 hour(s) 05 minute(s) 4. Enter a 1-digit hour (ex. Set the minute for the interrupt use. 5. 6. Set the duration for the interrupt use. 8. (0 ~ 9) Press [START]. Press [START]. then release it. Enter a 2-digit minute (ex. (00 ~ 59) DETAILS Entering a number smaller than 5 will set the minute at 5.Programmed Shut-Off (Weekly Timer) (continued) 3. The following message will be displayed on the Basic Screen. 7. Advanced Information 7 7-3 . 7 minutes is 07) using the keypad on the control panel. press [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] for one second or longer. Press [START]. Copying is available until the set time is up. The copier returns to the OFF condition and copying is again disabled. 3 hours is 3) using the keypad on the control panel.

Follow the procedure below to release/resume this function. See p. or to operate when APS. Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel. 7-4 . DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. DETAILS By default. 1. Rotation requires APS or AMS to function.Rotation This function allows you to utilize APS or AMS and copy the original documents onto size A4 or B5. The Key Operator can set this function ON. 11-42 to p. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Output Mode popup menu will be displayed. 11-45. AMS or reduce functions. Original Copy Original Copy A4R A3 A4 B5 A4 B4 B5R A4R A4R B5 B5R A4 B5R B5 The copier is initially set to activate the Rotation function automatically. irrespective of the copy paper feeding direction.

Weekly Timer Rotation Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Advanced Information 7 7-5 . To resume Rotation. Touch AUTO to deselect it. Output Mode popup menu with Finisher Output Mode popup menu without Finisher The Rotation icon on the Basic Screen will disappear to indicate that the Rotation function is canceled. touch AUTO to highlight it. The Rotation icon will be displayed on the Basic Screen.Rotation (continued) 2.

00.00 Length: 0.00 Length: 4. Width: 2.00 Length: 2.00 Length: 4. Width: 0. Touch ZOOM on the Basic Screen. Width: 1.50. be sure to close the RADF securely.00. Width: 1. then press [AUTO RESET].50 Length: 1.25~4. Width: 2. Reduce & Shift in Image Shift.00 Length: 4.00.50. AMS. Repeat mode in Repeat The figure shown below is the sample image using the Vertical/Horizontal zoom. Width: 4. Width: 2.00 1.00 Length: 2.00.00.00. 7-6 . Width: 4. The popup menu for setting a zoom ratio will be displayed.50 Length: 4.50. >>>Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode Specifications<<< ❒ Vertical/Horizontal zoom range: 0. independently.00. Width: 0. Width: 2.00. Length: 0.00 Length: 2.00 ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS.00.00.00 Length: 0. Width: 0. Width: 4. Width: 1. Width: 1.00 Width Length Length: 1.00.50 Length: 2. Width: 0.00 Length: 1.Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode Use the Vertical/Horizontal zoom mode to reduce or enlarge vertical and horizontal dimensions.50. Width: 4.00.50 Length: 0. Reminder! When starting a new copying job.00 Length: 1.

Similarly. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Press [START]. 6. 7. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. as desired. 3. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode (continued) 2. then set the vertical zoom ratio. Touch the vertical zoom key on the popup menu to highlight it. HINT See p. The popup menu disappears automatically and the specified zoom ratio will be displayed on the Basic Screen. Select additional copy conditions. touch the horizontal zoom key to highlight it. Weekly Timer Rotation Vertical/Horizontal Zoom 4. Use the keypad on the popup menu to enter a 3-digit vertical zoom ratio. 3-2 to p. or use arrow keys ( / ) to scroll to the desired ratio. 5. HINT See p. then set the horizontal zoom ratio. Position original(s). Touch OK. dc Advanced Information 7 7-7 .

00 Length: 2.50. Width: 2.Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Mode (continued) DETAILS The figure shown below is the sample image using the Vertical/Horizontal zoom with an original placed diagonally on the platen glass.00. Width: 0.50 30 Length: 0. Width: 2.00 Length: 2.50 7-8 . Width: 0. 30 Length: 0.00.50.

. 8-29 Reverse the Second Side in 1-2 Mode (Flip Side 2)...................................... 8-2 Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) .............. 8-10 Making a Multiple Page Signature Booklet (Booklet)..................................... 8-58 Overlaying an Image onto Each Page Copied in the Job (Overlay)................. Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) ......... 8-37 Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert. 8-49 Adjusting Position of Copy Image (Image Shift) ........................................................... 8-7 Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination) ........ 8-39 Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode)... Page.............. 8-21 Copying Mixed Size Originals (Mixed Original)........... 8-34 Reversing Colour in Black and White Image (Reverse Image).................... 8-46 Copying Image in the Centre of Copy Paper (AUTO Layout) ................./Horiz.............Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet 8 Applications How to Use Application Functions OHP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat To Display Application Selection Screen............... 8-63 Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay ............................................. 8-56 Printing Stamp.............. 8-42 Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erasure)................ 8-31 Making Copy Quality Closer to Originals (Text/Photo Enhance)....... 8-3 Positioning Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter) .. 8-27 Copying Non-Standard Size Originals (Non-Standard Size) ................... 8-53 Erasing Outside of the Original (Non-Image Area Erase).... 8-51 Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce & Shift) ......................... 8-18 Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page).... Mode) .................................................................... 8-25 Copying Folded Originals (Folded Original)............. 8-16 Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert)................. 8-13 Copying onto Transparent Films (OHP).....

• The indicator light on the [APPLICATION] key will be lit when application selections have been made. 2. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed on the touch panel. touch ALL CLEAR. 7022 7130 The 7130 Application Selection Screen provides OVERLAY as an additional function. you can press [START] to perform the operation.To Display Application Selection Screen Follow the procedure below to display the Application Selection Screen and select the desired copying features. • If one function on the menu is incompatible with another. it will appear dimmed. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. To restore the original copying conditions. Reminder! With the Basic Screen displayed. To clear all Application settings. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. touch CANCEL. 8-2 . DETAILS • When a function key is touched. Selections will be completed and the Basic Screen will be restored. 1. another screen or two will display to enable you to enter the appropriate settings. it becomes highlighted. If you touch a function key.

The paper size in insertion tray and original size are detected. and the correct ratio will be automatically selected. including front and back covers ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS. Numbering) Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert FRONT COVER COPIED SURVEYOR’S REPORT 9 10 78 56 34 12 4 23 9 10 78 56 FRONT COVER BLANK SURVEYOR’S REPORT 9 10 78 56 34 12 2 SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 34 9 10 78 56 Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT Originals Copies Originals Copies BACK COVER COPIED SURVEYOR’S REPORT 9 10 78 56 34 12 BACK COVER BLANK 56 9 7 8 10 Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image 9 10 SURVEYOR’S REPORT 34 12 SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 10 89 67 45 23 2 SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 34 56 9 10 78 Originals 9 10 78 56 34 12 Copies Originals 9 10 78 56 34 12 Copies COPY SHEET INSERTION SURVEYOR’S REPORT SURVEYOR’S REPORT 3 12 4 56 10 89 7 BLANK SHEET INSERTION Repeat SURVEYOR’S REPORT SURVEYOR’S REPORT 3 12 6 45 78 Originals Copies Originals Copies Applications Frame/Fold Erasure 8 AUTO Layout Combination samples: FRONT & BACK COVERS COPIED. Dual Page. Stamp (Page. Special Original (Mixed Original). as well as front and back covers. Non-image Area Erase. from 1~999. Repeat. ❒ Tray 1 is initially specified as the source of insertions and covers. E-SORT+sort. ❒ AMS (Automatic Magnification Selection) is automatically selected. AND COPY SHEET INSERTION SURVEYOR’S REPORT 9 10 78 56 34 12 23 56 7 4 89 10 FRONT & BACK COVERS BLANK. If using the thick paper for front/back cover. Image Insert. AUTO Layout. Combination. >>>Specifications for Sheet/Cover Insertion<<< ❒ Use RADF. Group. E-SORT+group. Chapter.Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) Use Sheet/Cover Insertion in copy mode or blank mode to insert chapter sheets or separator sheets into the finished set. Booklet. AND BLANK SHEET INSERTION SURVEYOR’S REPORT 9 10 78 56 34 12 2 SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 3 6 45 78 9 10 SURVEYOR’S REPORT 1 Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp Overlay 8-3 . ❒ Max. select the Multi-sheet bypass tray for Front Cover insertion. insert sheets: 15 locations. OHP.

front/back covers. HINT The source of insertions and covers can be shifted from tray 1 to tray 2. load them in the Multi-sheet bypass tray. proceed to step 6. If no cover is desired. and load regular sheets of the same size into copy paper tray source. or Multi-sheet bypass tray by Key operator. and insertions have the same paper size loaded. 3. 8-4 . DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. be sure to close the RADF securely. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed on the touch panel. See p. The Sheet/Cover Insertion Screen will be displayed. 11-42 ~ p. 11-45. Touch TRAY1 for feeding from tray 1. 4. Touch Sheet/Cover Insertion on the Application Selection Screen. • Be sure that the trays for copy paper. 4. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. then press [AUTO RESET]. Load insert/cover sheets into tray 1. or BYPASS for feeding from the Multi-sheet bypass tray. Select the cover sheet tray source.Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) (continued) 1. 3. DETAILS • When using thick paper for covers. 2.

Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Example: Touch FRONT COPY to insert a copied front cover. touch OK to return to the Application Selection Screen. 8-6 for details on entering page numbers. Non-Image Area Erase Stamp HINT See p. Enter the page number. Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Example: Touch COPY INSERTION to insert copied sheets. Touch OK to display the Page Setting Screen. Touch SET after each entry to move to the next key. Select the desired cover mode.)]. then proceed to step 8. The insertion location will be deleted. 8-5 . If no insertion is desired. touch DELETE or press [# (CLEAR QTY. Repeat 7. Overlay Touch OK to complete the page setting and return to the Application Selection Screen. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift 8 Use the control panel keypad to enter the page number of insertion location. Select the desired insertion mode. Image Insert Dual Page 6. To clear an incorrect entry.Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) (continued) 5.

HINT See p.Inserting Sheets and Covers (Sheet/Cover Insertion) (continued) 8. 3-2. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. • When a page number entered is larger than the total original page count. if selected. 5. touch OK on the Application Selection Screen to return to the Basic Screen. in copy mode. see p. • Use RADF store mode (p. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. . The Back Cover icon appears. 11. DETAILS: Entering Page Numbers Fifteen keys are displayed on the screen to designate each insertion location. Press [START]. 4 and p. 8-6 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. The first (upper left) key displays the Front Cover icon if selected. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. a copied sheet is inserted at p. otherwise. When all settings are completed. 3-22 to p. 10. remove the copied sets as they exit. Example: If p. 4. a blank sheet will be inserted between p. 9. NOTES: • Page numbers entered at random will be sorted automatically. HINTS • For details on positioning originals. 4 is entered in blank mode. • Entering “0” or the same page number twice will be ignored on the screen. Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. mishandled paper will occur. as the last (lower right) key. it will be ignored.

>>>Specifications for Chapter<<< ❒ Use RADF.Positioning Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter) Chapter is used with RADF in 1 2 or 2 2 mode for the purpose of locating title pages on the right side. Combination. be sure to close the RADF securely. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. To effectively locate the title page on the right. Dual Page. a blank sheet will be automatically created on the reverse side of a sheet. of a duplex copy to improve the presentation of double-sided copies. from 1 ~ 999 ❒ Incompatible Conditions: 1 1. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. then press [AUTO RESET]. Non-Image Area Erase 1-sided originals Copies in Chapter mode Title page 7 Combination 5 6 8 3 7 8 5 34 1 2 4 2 8 6 2 4 6 1 Title pages 1. 2 1. OHP. Image Insert. rather than reverse side. Repeat. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift 8 Overlay 8-7 . Group. Sheet/Cover Insertion. if required. ❒ Max. title pages: 15 sheets. DATA FAX HELP CHECK APPLICATION OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed on the touch panel. AUTO Layout. Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp a a a a Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Booklet OHP 2-sided originals Title pages Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original 7 5 3 1 Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Title page 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY.

The Application Selection Screen will be restored. OPTION Touch Booklet on the Chapter Page Setting Screen to use this function. • When a page number is larger than the total original page count. To clear an incorrect entry. Touch SET after each entry to move to the next key. touch OK. The Basic Screen will be restored. touch DELETE. The entered number will be deleted. Touch Chapter on the Application Selection Screen. 8-8 . 3.Positioning Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter) (continued) 2. 4. touch Copy Insertion on the screen. To change the selection of paper tray for copying title pages. 5. When all entries are made. • Chapter insertions occur in sequence even if original page numbers are entered out of sequence. The Chapter Page Setting Screen will be displayed. HINT See p. 6. insertion occurs as the last page of the document. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Use the control panel keypad to enter the page number of each title page. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. DETAILS • Entering “0” or the same page number twice will be ignored on the screen.

• Use RADF store mode (p. Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. • For details on positioning originals. 3-4. 3-2 to p. mishandled paper will occur.8. see p. otherwise. 7. 3-22 to p. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. remove the copied sets as they exit. CAUTION HINTS 8-9 Application Selection Screen Applications Non-Standard Size Combination Image Insert Sheet/Cover Insertion Frame/Fold Erasure Image Shift Non-Image Area Erase Text/Photo Enhance Flip Side 2 Dual Page Reduce & Shift 8 Reverse Image Chapter Folded Original Mixed Original Overlay Booklet Repeat AUTO Layout Stamp OHP . Positioning Title Pages on the Right Side (Chapter) (continued) Press [START].

Touch Combination on the Application Selection Screen. ❒ AMS is automatically selected. Chapter. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed on the touch panel. or 8 in 1). Non-Image Area Erase 4 in 1 copying 2 in 1 copying Original 1 1 2 3 2 8 in 1 copying 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 1. (Normally the fixed size of Tray 1 will be selected. 4 in 1. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Image Insert. Non-Standard Size. or 8) of pages onto one sheet of copy paper (2 in 1. Booklet. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Sheet/Cover Insertion. Frame/Fold Erasure.) ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS. AUTO Layout. 2. 8-10 . Repeat. be sure to close the RADF securely. Special Original (Mixed Original. 4. Flip Side 2). then press [AUTO RESET]. >>>Specifications for Combination<<< ❒ Use RADF.Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination) Use this function to lay out and copy a fixed number (2. Reminder! When starting a new copying job. The Combination Mode Selection Screen will be displayed. Dual Page.

Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. 3-22 to p. 4 in 1 or 8 in 1. 8-11 8. 6. When selecting any other tray. • Use RADF store mode (p. and tray 1 is selected. and select a key in the LAYOUT area. Touch OK. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. touch the desired tray key.Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination) (continued) 3. remove the copied sets as they exit. referring to the illustration on the following page. otherwise. 5. 3-2 to p. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Touch 2 in 1. Image Insert 4. 7. mishandled paper will occur. Select the desired Combination mode. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. Press [START]. AMS is automatically selected. Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. 3-4. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay . Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. HINT See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. HINTS • For details on positioning originals. see p. The Basic Screen will be restored. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected.

Layout Original Portrait type 1 1 2 3 4 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 4 1 3 1 3 5 7 2 4 6 8 2 in 1 Horizontal order 4 in 1 8 in 1 Vertical order 4 in 1 8 in 1 Landscape type 1 2 1 3 2 4 1 3 5 7 2 4 6 8 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8-12 .Lay Out Several Pages onto One Sheet (Combination) (continued) DETAILS: Original Type and Layout Order Refer to the table below to select the desired Combination mode.

Fold Erasure.. Stamp (Page... then press [AUTO RESET].. Non-Image Area Erase.. ❒ Original Size: A4... 1 1. ❒ Original pages should be a multiple of 4 in 1-2 mode or a multiple of 2 in 2-2 mode. 47 48 Mixed Original Folded Original .. Repeat. Special Original (Mixed Original..Making a Multiple Page Signature Booklet (Booklet) Use the Booklet function to make a multiple page signature booklet copied on both sides of the paper from any tray.. Numbering) Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet 1-sided originals 1 2 3 4 Booklet copying 47 45 2 48 1 3 46 3 25 1 5 2-sided originals 2 4 6 8 46 48 1.... >>>Specifications for Booklet<<< ❒ Use RADF. Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp Overlay 8-13 ... DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 4 APPLICATION 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET The Application Selection Screen will be displayed on the touch panel.. 2 1... Group.. Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 24 4 45 .. or B5 ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS.... OHP. a 7 a OHP Image Insert Dual Page . 26 23 47 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Applications 3 INTERRU 8 AUTO Layout 6 9 STAR Frame/Fold Erasure Image Shift CLEAR QTY.. Select the desired paper size........ ESORT+group.. Sheet/Cover Insertion... E-SORT+sort. Flip Side 2). A4R.. Combination. otherwise blank pages are automatically inserted to the last. Original images are scanned into memory and automatically arranged in booklet format in the correct order. Staple. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. ❒ AMS is automatically selected... Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Non-Standard Size. AUTO Layout... be sure to close the RADF securely.

Making a Multiple Page Signature Booklet (Booklet) (continued)

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Touch Booklet on the Application Selection Screen.

The Booklet Mode Selection Screen will be displayed.

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Touch to highlight the desired Booklet mode key.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Touch OK.
The Application Selection Screen will be restored. Select additional Applications, as desired.

Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen.
The Basic Screen will be restored.

Select the 1 2 or 2 2 copy mode and the desired paper size.
AMS is selected automatically. To release AMS, select the desired magnification, then select paper size.

Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.
HINT
See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.

Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder.
HINTS
• For details on positioning originals, see p. 3-2 to p. 3-4. • Use RADF store mode (p. 3-22 to p. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50.

Reminder!
Original pages should be a multiple of 4 in 1-2 mode or a multiple of 2 in 2-2 mode; otherwise blank pages are automatically inserted to the last.

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Press [START].

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When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets as they exit; otherwise, mishandled paper will occur.

CAUTION

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Application Selection Screen

Applications

Non-Standard Size

Combination

Image Insert

Sheet/Cover Insertion

Frame/Fold Erasure

Image Shift

Non-Image Area Erase

Text/Photo Enhance

Flip Side 2

Dual Page

Reduce & Shift

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Reverse Image

Chapter

Folded Original

Mixed Original

Overlay Booklet Repeat AUTO Layout Stamp OHP

Copying onto Transparent Films (OHP)
Use the OHP function in 1 1 or 2 1 mode to copy onto overhead projection transparent films, and output a blank or copied interleaf sheet with each copied transparent film. In the Blank sheet interleaving mode, a blank interleaf sheet is output with each transparent film to keep the film material from sticking together. In the Copy sheet interleaving mode, a copied interleaf sheet is output with each transparent film to provide reference during a presentation, a version for photocopying, and a set for filing or inserting into a binder. >>>Specifications for OHP<<<
❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ Transparent film source: Multi-sheet bypass tray Print quantity: 1 Finisher cannot be used. AMS is automatically selected. Incompatible Conditions: APS, 1 2, 2 2, Sort, Staple, Group, E-SORT+sort, ESORT+group, Sheet/Cover Insertion, Chapter, Booklet, Image Insert, Special Original (Mixed Original), Repeat
Blank sheets Copied sheets Transparent films Transparent films Transparent films

Original

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Insert a sheet of transparent film into the Multi-sheet bypass tray.
Reminder!
Do not load transparent films into any other tray.

When interleaf sheet is needed, load copy paper in any other tray to match the size of transparent films. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel.
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Reminder!
When starting a new copying job, be sure to close the RADF securely, then press [AUTO RESET].
Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter

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Touch OHP on the Application Selection Screen.

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Booklet

OHP

Image Insert

Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat

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Select the desired OHP mode, then touch OK.

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Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen.
The Basic Screen will be restored.

DETAILS
• AMS is selected automatically. To release AMS, select the desired magnification. • Print quantity is already set to 1. You cannot enter any other quantity.

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Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass.
HINTS
For details on positioning originals, see p. 3-2 to p. 3-6.

8.

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Overlay

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Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert)
Use the Image insert mode to combine images scanned from the platen glass, such as photos, paste-ups, newspaper articles, graphs, etc., with images scanned from the document feeder. Then, output the combined images as a finished set. The selected copy paper size is determined by the size of originals loaded in the document feeder. >>>Specifications for Image Insert<<<
❒ Use RADF and platen glass. ❒ Max. image insert: 15 locations, from p. 1 to p. 999 ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Group, E-SORT+group, Sheet/Cover Insertion, Chapter, Combination, OHP, Dual Page, Special Original (Mixed Original, Non-Standard Size), Repeat, AUTO Layout, Image Shift, Non-image Area Erase
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HINT See p. The Basic Screen will be restored. Position originals FACE UP in the document feeder. 5. Touch Image Insert on the Application Selection Screen. OPTION Touch Booklet on the Image Insertion Page Setting Screen to use this function. 7. divide them into blocks not exceeding 50 sheets and load them from the block with the first page. 8-20 for detailed example. Reverse Image Repeat HINT See p. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. touch OK. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. If the number of originals exceeds 50. 8. To clear an incorrect entry. Use the control panel keypad to enter the page number. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 4. 8-19 . Overlay Touch SCAN on the Basic Screen. Image Insert 3. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for all originals. When all page number entries are made. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP The Image Insertion Page Setting Screen will be displayed. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. The originals positioned in the document feeder will be scanned into memory. The entered page number will be deleted. touch DELETE. 6. Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Touch SET after each entry to move to the next key.Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert) (continued) 2.

• Should memory overflow occur frequently. Press [START]. Reminder! PLACE AND SCAN THE ORIGINALS ACCORDING TO PAGINATION. NOTES: • When a page number is larger than the total original count. . HINTS • Memory overflow may occur during scanning. it is recommended that you contact your service representative to extend the memory capacity in your machine. then close the document feeder. Position an original FACE DOWN on the platen glass. remove the copied sets as they exit. even if page numbers are entered out of sequence. mishandled paper will occur. Open the document feeder. 5-11. 5-10 to p. Touch SCAN. DETAILS: Entering Page Numbers For example. • Entering the same page number twice will insert two sheets at that location. if insertion locations are [2/2/6]. See p. The copier will start printing when ready for output. The third scanned platen image will be inserted after page 6. 10. scanned platen images will be inserted as follows: The first scanned platen image will be inserted after page 2. otherwise. Scan the platen glass images. 8-20 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. The second scanned platen image will be inserted directly after the first scanned image insertion. 11. a blank sheet is inserted as the last page. • Insertions occur in sequence. Repeat steps 9 and 10 for all originals.Inserting Images into Printed Sets (Image Insert) (continued) 9.

❒ Paper size: A4. Image Shift. Non-Standard Size. Folded Original. Combination. Stamp. • Front Cover + Facing Pages mode: Image division starts from the second scan. A4R (use Rotation). or onto the front and back sides of one A4/B5 sheet in 1 2 or 2 2 mode. • Facing Pages mode: Image division starts from the first scan. • Front/Back + Facing Pages mode: Image division starts from the third scan. Chapter. Special Original (Mixed Original. The following three modes can be selected from the Dual Page Screen. carefully select an appropriate magnification ratio and setting orientation when copying original size other than the above. >>>Specifications for Dual Page<<< ❒ Store mode is automatically selected. ❒ Original size: A3. Repeat. however. after the first scan copies normally. Overlay Set original 1-1 / 2-1 mode 1-2 / 2-2 mode 8-21 a a a a Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay . Sheet/Cover Insertion. Use this function to copy an open book or a A3/B4 size sheet onto two A4/B5 sheets in 1 1 or 2 1 mode. Image Insert. Flip Side 2).Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page) The Dual Page mode performs image division on the original image. after the first and second scan copy normally. B5R (use Rotation) ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS. B4 Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter NOTE: Originals are not limited in size.

3. be sure to close the RADF securely. 2. Select the desired Dual Page mode. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Select the desired scanning order according to the original pagination.Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page) (continued) 1. 4. OPTION Touch Booklet on the Dual Page Screen to use this function. then press [AUTO RESET]. The Dual Page Screen will be displayed. Touch to highlight the desired mode key. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. 8-22 . DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Touch Dual Page on the Application Selection Screen.

The copier will start printing when ready for output. 12. Reminder! When using platen glass. and the Store mode is automatically selected. Combination Select the desired copy mode and magnification. if desired.Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page) (continued) 5. position the first page FACE DOWN with document feeder kept open. The Basic Screen will be restored. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. remove the copied sets as they exit.00 magnification is selected automatically. 7. 9. DO NOT CLOSE the document feeder throughout the scanning job. Touch SCAN on the Basic Screen to scan. position original(s) FACE UP. • APS and AMS are released and 1. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Position original(s). Repeat steps 9 and 10 for all originals. Non-Image Area Erase and AUTO Layout are automatically selected. For details on scanning originals in Front cover + Facing pages and Front/Back + Facing pages mode. HINT See p. mishandled paper will occur. APS and AMS are automatically released. 10. see the description on the following page. Touch OK. When using platen glass to scan. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. a a Image Insert Dual Page Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay 8-23 . Booklet DETAILS • When selecting Facing pages mode and scanning from the platen glass. Change the magnification manually. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. otherwise. Press [START]. When using document feeder. 6. 11. select 1 1 or 1 2 copy mode. OHP 8.

Dividing an Image into Right and Left Pages (Dual Page) (continued) Scanning Original for Cover Use platen glass for scanning original for cover. 8-24 . for scanning body text originals. DO NOT CLOSE the document feeder throughout the scanning job. start scanning from the first page. 6 Touch SCAN to start scanning. Non-Image Area Erase and AUTO Layout are automatically selected. scan original for back cover according to the above steps 2 and 3. When Front/Back + Facing pages is selected. 5-10 to p. To output the set in the same order as the originals. • When using platen glass. 7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 for subsequent originals. See p. as required. 5-11. 5 Use platen glass or document feeder. Touch SCAN to start scanning. Position original for front cover FACE DOWN on the platen glass. Open the document feeder. “Front Cover + Facing Pages” SURVEYOR’S REPORT 4 23 56 9 10 78 1 2 3 4 Scan from first page SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT Copies “Front/Back + Facing Pages” 4 23 56 9 10 78 SURVEYOR’S REPORT SURVEYOR’S REPORT Scan from first page SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT Copies “Front Cover + Facing Pages” SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 4 23 56 9 10 78 Copies “Front/Back + Facing Pages” SURVEYOR’S REPORT SURVEYOR’S 1 REPORT 56 9 10 78 4 23 Copies NOTES: • Memory overflow may occur during scanning.

Dual Page. Combination. E-SORT+group. Each original in the mixed set will be copied to paper of the same size (APS mode) or to paper of desired size with appropriate ratio automatically selected (AMS mode). be sure to close the RADF securely. Repeat. ESORT+sort. Sheet/Cover Insertion. then press [AUTO RESET]. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Non-Standard Size. DATA FAX HELP Repeat 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. 9-7 for details. Stamp. OHP. Fold Erasure. Overlay APS mode Automatically select the paper of the same size as that of the original. 1. ❒ Combination of original sizes to be mixed depends on the width of the RADF original guides. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Mixed size originals AMS mode Automatically select magnification ratio to copy onto the same paper in size. Special Original (Folded Original. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using platen glass (unless Platen store mode is used). Flip Side 2). See p. Non-Image Area Erase. Overlay 8-25 . Booklet. Image Insert. AUTO Layout. >>>Specifications for Mixed Original<<< ❒ Use RADF.Copying Mixed Size Originals (Mixed Original) Use the Mixed original mode with the document feeder or with Store mode to copy mixed size originals. Image Shift. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job.

2. 7. 6. • See p. Copying Mixed Size Originals (Mixed Original) (continued) APS is automatically selected on the Basic Screen. Select additional copying features. 6. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. 3. To select AMS. • Use RADF store mode (p. Touch Special Original on the Application Selection Screen. mishandled paper will occur. The Special Original Screen will be displayed. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. See p. remove the copied sets as they exit. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. DETAILS CAUTION HINTS HINT . Touch OK to return to the Application Selection Screen. 3-3 for details on positioning originals. Press [START]. Touch Mixed Original. 5. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. otherwise. as desired. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. touch the tray key on the Basic Screen to select the desired paper size.7. 4. 3-22 to p. 8-26 Position mixed original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder.

Copying Folded Originals (Folded Original) Use the Folded original mode with the document feeder to copy folded originals. Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Special Original (Mixed Original. Dual Page. AUTO Layout. then press [AUTO RESET]. 8-27 . Non-Standard Size). DATA FAX HELP Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Otherwise. Overlay The Special Original Screen will be displayed. the size detection sensor of the RADF may function incorrectly. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 2. >>>Specifications for Folded Original<<< ❒ Use RADF. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using platen glass. Repeat. be sure to close the RADF securely. Non-Image Area Erase Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert Dual Page Folded original Mixed Original 1. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Touch Special Original on the Application Selection Screen. This mode requires more scanning time to detect the original size.

Touch OK to return to the Application Selection Screen. DETAILS CAUTION HINTS HINT . • See p. Copying Folded Originals (Folded Original) (continued) Normal originals can also be loaded at the same time. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. 5. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 7. as desired. mishandled paper will occur. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. See p. Select additional copying features.9. 8. Touch Folded Original. remove the copied sets as they exit. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. 6. 3-22 to p. Press [START]. 3. 8-28 Position folded original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder. 4. • Use RADF store mode (p. 3-4 for details on positioning originals. otherwise.

the copier will search and copy onto the standard size copy paper that is closest to the original size. Image Insert. then press [AUTO RESET]. AUTO Layout. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift 8 The Special Original Screen will be displayed.Copying Non-Standard Size Originals (Non-Standard Size) Feeding special size originals through the RADF without selecting Non-standard size mode may cause the copier to stop scanning and mistakenly sense that the size detection sensor has malfunctioned or cause a paper misfeed. Frame/Fold Erasure. Non-Image Area Erase Stamp Overlay 8-29 . 4 APPLICATION Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Non-Image Area Erase. be sure to close the RADF securely. Platen glass is not available. Special Original (Mixed Original. Reverse Image Repeat 2. Dual Page. Repeat. Overlay Combination Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Booklet OHP 1. Booklet. Touch Special Original on the Application Selection Screen. DATA FAX HELP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original INTERRU 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Store mode. Stamp. Image Shift. Using Non-standard size mode. Folded Original. Flip Side 2). AMS. >>>Specifications for Non-Standard Size<<< ❒ Use RADF. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS. Combination.

remove the copied sets as they exit. 3. Touch Non-Stnd Size.9. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 8. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 3-22 to p. as desired. 7. 4. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. CAUTION HINTS HINT . 6. Touch OK to return to the Application Selection Screen. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. 3-2 for details on positioning originals. 5. • Use RADF store mode (p. • See p. otherwise. Select additional copying features. mishandled paper will occur. Press [START]. Copying Non-Standard Size Originals (Non-Standard Size) (continued) See p. 8-30 Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder.

Similarly. Overlay 1-2 Flip Side 2 1 2-1 Flip Side 2 Image Insert Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP 3 3 1 Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 2 1 2 3 Right/Left bound duplex originals 1 3 Simplex originals 2 2 3 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Right/Left bound duplex copies 1 2 2 3 1 3 Top/Bottom bound duplex originals Top/Bottom bound duplex copies 1 2 3 Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Simplex copies Overlay 8-31 . 2-1 Flip Side 2 rearranges the reverse sides of duplex originals which read upside down to make normal simplex copies. Repeat. Image Shift.Reverse the Second Side in 1-2 Mode (Flip Side 2) 1-2 Flip Side 2 arranges the even pages of simplex originals upside down on the reverse side of duplex copies. AUTO Layout. 2-1 Flip Side 2 functions only when 2-1 copy mode is selected and RADF is used. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Combination. >>>Specifications for Flip Side 2<<< ❒ 1-2 Flip Side 2 functions only when 1-2 copy mode is selected. Non-Image Area Erase. Non-Standard Size). Special Original (Mixed Original. Booklet. Dual Page.

be sure to close the RADF securely. then press [AUTO RESET]. The Special Original Screen will be displayed. 2.Reverse the Second Side in 1-2 Mode (Flip Side 2) (continued) 1. The subsequent screen for selecting binding type will be displayed. 8-32 . Touch Special Original on the Application Selection Screen. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. 3. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Touch 1-2 Flip Side 2 or 2-1 Flip Side 2.

9. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. • Use RADF store mode (p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. Image Insert 5. Touch the desired binding type key. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. HINTS • See p. Press [START]. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50. remove the copied sets as they exit. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay . mishandled paper will occur. use RADF to scan originals. 8-33 10. 6. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 3-22 to p. Touch OK on the Special Original Screen to return to the Application Selection Screen. 7. otherwise. 8. Select additional copying features. HINT See p. 3-2 to p. When selecting 2-1 Flip Side 2 mode. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Touch OK to restore the Special Original Screen. as desired. Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass.Reverse the Second Side in 1-2 Mode (Flip Side 2) (continued) 4.

In cases where the image is light and background is dark. the copy density level can be shifted three levels darker or three levels lighter (Density Shift) by the Key Operator setting. Increase Contrast Mode Select Increase Contrast to darken lightly printed images (e.Making Copy Quality Closer to Originals (Text/Photo Enhance) Use this function to enhance the reproducibility of half tones so that the copy quality more closely matches to that of the original.g. See p.. the background will not be changed. The copy will closely represent the half-tones of the original image. text is improved in comparison to using the general mode. Text Mode Use the Text mode when copying a text original. pencil) without changing background exposure. >>>Specifications for Text/Photo Enhance<<< ❒ Incompatible Copying Conditions: None Original Auto mode Photo mode Original Auto mode Increase contrast mode Original Auto mode Text mode 8-34 . In this mode. DETAILS In each enhance mode. Photo Mode Use the Photo mode to reproduce a half-tone photo image. 11-48 if this setting is desired.

Making Copy Quality Closer to Originals (Text/Photo Enhance) (continued)

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Image Insert

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2.

Touch Text/Photo Enhance on the Application Selection Screen.

The Text/Photo Enhance Screen will be displayed.

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Press [START].

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When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets as they exit; otherwise, mishandled paper will occur.
• See p. 3-2 to p. 3-6 for details on positioning originals. • Use RADF store mode (p. 3-22 to p. 3-24) when the original count exceeds 50.

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Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass.

Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.

See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.

CAUTION
HINTS HINT

Reversing Colour in Black and White Image (Reverse Image)
Use Reverse image to reverse the image from black-on-white to white-on-black, and vice versa. This is convenient for copying white-on-black originals and reversing them to fax. >>>Specifications for Reverse Image<<<
❒ Incompatible Conditions: AUTO Layout, Non-Image Area Erase
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When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets as they exit; otherwise, mishandled paper will occur.
For details on positioning originals, see p. 3-2 to p. 3-6.

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Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass.

Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad.

The Basic Screen will be restored.

Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen.

Reversing Colour in Black and White Image (Reverse Image) (continued)

See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.

CAUTION
HINT HINT

Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert./Horiz. Mode)
Use this function to repeat the selected image area of 10mm ~ 150mm in both vertical and horizontal widths measured from the rear left corner of the A3 original area indicated on the left edge of the platen glass. >>>Vertical/Horizontal Width Setting Mode Specifications<<<
❒ Use the platen glass. (RADF cannot be used.) ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using RADF, 2 2, 2 1, APS, AMS, Sort, Staple, Group, ESORT+sort, E-SORT+group, Sheet/Cover Insertion, Chapter, Combination, Booklet, OHP Image Insert, Dual Page, Special Original (Mixed Original, Folded Original, Non, Standard Size, Flip Side 2), Frame/Fold Erasure, AUTO Layout, Image Shift, NonImage Area Erase, Stamp, Overlay
Vertical/Horizontal Width Setting mode Horizontal width Vertical width Repeat copy
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When starting a new copying job, be sure to close the RADF securely, then press [AUTO RESET].

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7. Touch OK to restore the Repeat Mode Selection Screen. Platen store mode will function automatically. Select the desired magnification and paper size. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Use the up/down arrow key to enter the width from 10 to 150mm in 1mm increments. Hold the key to increase/decrease the value continuously. Touch OK. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. 8./Horiz. 4. • Copy mode is automatically set to 1 1. 5. When selecting 1 2 mode. and 1. Mode) (continued) 3. 6. HINT See p. DETAILS • APS and AMS are automatically released. Touch Vert. 8-40 a a .00 (100%) is selected as a magnification ratio. The Vertical/Horizontal Width Setting Screen will be displayed.Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert. Specify the vertical and horizontal widths of the scanning area. The Basic Screen will be restored./horiz.

Mode) (continued) CAUTION HINT 8-41 Application Selection Screen Applications Non-Standard Size Combination Image Insert Sheet/Cover Insertion Frame/Fold Erasure Image Shift Non-Image Area Erase Text/Photo Enhance Flip Side 2 Dual Page Reduce & Shift 8 Reverse Image Chapter Folded Original Mixed Original Overlay Booklet Repeat AUTO Layout Stamp OHP . 8-39 for details. Repeating Selected Image Area (Repeat: Vert. remove the copied sets as they exit. otherwise. Position original FACE DOWN on the platen glass. Press [START]. See the illustration on p.10./Horiz. 9. mishandled paper will occur. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected.

Booklet. then arrange the image by specified times in one copy sheet. Non-Standard Size. Stamp. ❒ Repeat Mode Magnification ratio: 1.00 (100 %) fixed ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using RADF (Auto Detection mode only). RADF cannot be used. Dual Page. Frame/Fold Erasure. ESORT+sort. RepeatX4. (available in Repeat mode using RADF to scan). or RepeatX8). APS. Reverse Image (Auto Detection mode only). Overlay Auto Detection mode Copy Repeat mode Copy (RepeatX2) Copy (RepeatX4) Copy (RepeatX8) 8-42 a a . Folded Original . >>>Auto Detection/ Repeat Mode Specifications<<< ❒ Auto Detection Mode: Use the platen glass. AUTO Layout. Flip Side 2). Combination. Staple. E-SORT+group. Sheet/Cover Insertion. Chapter. AMS.Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode) Auto Detection mode will automatically set the equal repeat area to the size of the original placed onto the platen glass by activating Non-image area erase. OHP Image Insert. Image Shift. 2 2 (Auto Detection mode only). Repeat mode will scan the image area specified by the selected paper size and mode (RepeatX2. Special Original (Mixed Original. Sort. 2 1 (Auto Detection mode only). Group.

Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift 8 When selecting Repeat. When selecting AUTO. Booklet AUTO RESET OHP Image Insert Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Non-Image Area Erase Stamp Overlay 8-43 . Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat 2. as desired. proceed to step 5. Touch Repeat on the Application Selection Screen. DATA FAX HELP Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 Combination 7 OUTPUT 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. be sure to close the RADF securely.Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode) (continued) 1. Touch AUTO or Repeat. the Repeat Screen will be displayed. 3. The Repeat Mode Selection Screen will be displayed. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. then press [AUTO RESET].

8. 6. • Copy mode is automatically set to 1 1. DO NOT close the document feeder. 5. DETAILS Non-Image Area Erase is automatically selected on the Application Selection Screen when AUTO mode is selected. For AUTO mode original. or RepeatX8 to select the desired Repeat mode. The Basic Screen will be restored. • When RepeatX2. then position the original FACE DOWN on the platen glass.00 (100%). RepeatX4 or RepeatX8 mode original. Touch OK. Touch to highlight the desired mode key. 8-42 for details. Platen store mode will function automatically. RepeatX4. open the document feeder. HINT See p. Select the desired magnification and paper size. DETAILS • APS and AMS are automatically released. Touch RepeatX2. and 1. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. When selecting 1 2 mode. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Touch OK to return to the Repeat Mode Selection Screen. Non-Image Area Erase functions automatically. 7. HINT See the illustration on p. magnification ratio will be fixed to 1.Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode) (continued) 4. In this case. 9. or RepeatX8 is selected. the scanning area will be a portion of the selected paper size equally divided according to the selected mode. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 8-44 a a . For RepeatX2. RepeatX4.00 (100%) is selected as a magnification ratio. Position original. RADF is also available. Reminder! When AUTO mode is selected.

consult your service representative about an appropriate place for installation. otherwise. In this case. DETAILS CAUTION 8-45 Application Selection Screen Applications Non-Standard Size Combination Image Insert Sheet/Cover Insertion Frame/Fold Erasure Image Shift Non-Image Area Erase Text/Photo Enhance Flip Side 2 Dual Page Reduce & Shift 8 Reverse Image Chapter Folded Original Mixed Original Overlay Booklet Repeat AUTO Layout Stamp OHP . Press [START].10. mishandled paper will occur. remove the copied sets as they exit. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Repeating Automatically or Selecting Repeating Times (Repeat: AUTO/ Repeat Mode) (continued) The AUTO mode may not operate properly if the lighting in the work place is directly over the platen glass.

>>>Specifications for Frame/Fold Erasure<<< ❒ Incompatible with Frame Erasure and Top/Bottom Erasure: Combination. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Special Original (Mixed Original. Use Top/Bottom erasure mode to erase the black copy marks at the top and/or bottom of the copy image. Non-Standard Size). Booklet. Repeat Incompatible with Fold Erasure: Combination. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Special Original (Mixed Original. be sure to close the RADF securely.Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erasure) Use Frame/Fold Erasure to eliminate black copy marks along borders to clean up and improve the presentation of the copy. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. 8-46 . Repeat Top erasure Set original Frame erasure Fold erasure Frame erasure Bottom erasure General copying Frame Erasure copying Fold Erasure copying Frame/Fold Erasure copying 1. Dual Page. Non-Standard Size). then press [AUTO RESET].

Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erasure) (continued) 2. Touch Frame/Fold Erasure on the Application Selection Screen. Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Touch Frame Erasure or Fold Erasure to highlight it. then proceed to the next step. Reverse Image Repeat 4. 8-47 . then use arrow keys to select the desired erasure amount. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. then specify the erasure amount. from 1~15mm (Frame erasure) / 1~30mm (Fold erasure) in 1mm increments. Touch OK. Top/Bottom erasure mode: Select the desired erasure mode. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Touch Top Erasure or Bottom Erasure to highlight it. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP The Frame/Fold Erasure Selection Screen will be displayed. then specify the erasure amount. When selecting Top/Bottom erasure mode. 3. Overlay 5. touch Top/Bottom Erasure. Either Frame erasure and Fold erasure can be selected in combination. from 1~100mm in 1mm increments. then use arrow keys to select the desired erasure amount. Image Insert Select the desired erasure mode. Either Top erasure and Bottom erasure can be selected in combination.

open book). 6. 8-48 8. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 3-6.g. The Basic Screen will be restored. see p. otherwise. Eliminating Black Copy Marks Along Borders (Frame/Fold Erasure) (continued) Press [START]. remove the copied sets as they exit. For details on positioning originals.9. DETAILS CAUTION HINT HINT . Keep the document feeder open. mishandled paper will occur. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. do not press it down too hard. 7. if required. When closing the document feeder on a thick original (e. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. See p. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 3-2 to p. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected.

Reverse Image. then press [AUTO RESET]. be sure to close the RADF securely. Booklet. Group. Non-Standard Size. Touch AUTO Layout on the Application Selection Screen. APS. Chapter. Image Shift. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Flip Side 2). Flip Side 2 DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 Repeat 7 OUTPUT 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. Sheet/Cover Insertion. RADF cannot be used. 2 1. Stamp. Repeat. AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Staple. Image Insert. 2. E-SORT+group. ESORT+sort.Copying Image in the Centre of Copy Paper (AUTO Layout) Use this function to detect the image area of the original and centre the whole image on the copy paper making it easy to copy small pieces of paper. >>>Specifications for AUTO Layout<<< ❒ Use platen glass. Combination. Special Original (Mixed Original. Sort. The incompatible function keys will be dimmed to show inactivity. 2 2. 8-49 a a Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay . ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using RADF. Folded Original. ❒ Non-Image Area Erase is automatically selected (can be released manually). Overlay Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Auto Layout copying Set original 1.

5. remove the copied sets as they exit. Press [START]. Platen store mode will function automatically.Copying Image in the Centre of Copy Paper (AUTO Layout) (continued) DETAILS • Non-Image Area Erase will be selected automatically. 3-6. When selecting 1 2 mode. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. • When using the Dual Page with this function. otherwise.00 (100%) is selected as a magnification ratio. and 1. 3-2 to p. Select the desired magnification and paper size on the Basic Screen. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. consult your service representative about an appropriate place for installation. DETAILS • APS and AMS are automatically released. HINT See p. 4. a a . HINT For details on positioning originals. • Copy mode is automatically set to 1 1. 3. CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. 8-50 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 7. DETAILS The AUTO layout function may not operate properly if the lighting is directly over the platen glass. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. see p. In this case. 6. the original smaller than the selected paper size will be printed in the centre of the copy paper without image division performed. Placing original obliquely on the platen glass may cause black copy marks. Reminder! DO NOT close the RADF when Non-Image Area Erase is selected. The Basic Screen will be restored. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. mishandled paper will occur.

g. Booklet. 2 1. If image loss is likely. DATA FAX HELP CHECK APPLICATION OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. AUTO Layout. Special Original (Mixed Original. >>>Specifications for Image Shift<<< ❒ Shift amount: -250 to +250mm in 1mm increments ❒ Incompatible Conditions: 2 2. Non-Standard Size. Flip Side 2).Adjusting Position of Copy Image (Image Shift) Use Image Shift to adjust the position of copy images. e. APS. Image Insert. Dual Page. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8-51 . Non-Image Area Erase. Repeat. 8-53. Stamp. for the purpose of creating a new binding margin on originals to make it easier for filing purposes. Overlay Right Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Left Up Original Down 1. Overlay a a Booklet OHP Image Insert Up Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Down Right Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Copies Left Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout INTERRU 8 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. be sure to close the RADF securely. See p. select the Reduce & Shift mode instead of regular Image shift. then press [AUTO RESET].

5. 3-2 to p. CAUTION HINT HINT . 4. Touch OK. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. Touch Image Shift on the Application Selection Screen. Press [START]. 8-52 Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. 7. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. Use the up/down arrow key to enter the desired shift amount.8. For details on positioning originals. otherwise. from -250 to +250mm in 1mm increments. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 6. remove the copied sets as they exit. 3-6. Touch Image Shift. see p. 3. The Basic Screen will be restored. 2. then specify the shift amount. Adjusting Position of Copy Image (Image Shift) (continued) See p. The Image Shift Setting Screen will be displayed. mishandled paper will occur.

Non-Standard Size. Flip Side 2). Special Original (Mixed Original. Overlay Left binding margin Right Up Left Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Image Insert Dual Page Down Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Front Front Back Right binding margin Left Up Right Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Down Originals Front Back Left Top binding margin Right Left Right Back Repeat Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Front Down Back Up Overlay 8-53 . Stamp. Repeat. Image Insert. Non-Image Area Erase. Dual Page. ❒ Shift amount: -250 to +250mm in 1mm increments ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS.Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce&Shift) Use Reduce & Shift instead of regular Image Shift to prevent image loss when creating a binding margin. AUTO Layout. >>>Specifications for Reduce & Shift<<< ❒ AMS is automatically selected and cannot be released.

be sure to close the RADF securely. Touch Reduce & Shift.Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce&Shift) (continued) 1. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Use the up/down arrow key to enter the desired shift amount. 8-54 . The Image Shift Setting Screen will be displayed. from -250 to +250mm in 1mm increments. 3. The shift amount and magnification ratio determined for the front page will be automatically applied to the back page. 2. then press [AUTO RESET]. Touch Image Shift on the Application Selection Screen. DETAILS The AMS will automatically determine the magnification ratio according to the shift amount specified for the front page. then specify the shift amount. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY.

Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. otherwise. For details on positioning originals. Reducing Images to Create Binding Margin (Reduce&Shift) (continued) See p. Press [START]. 3-2 to p. mishandled paper will occur. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. 6. 4. The Basic Screen will be restored. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 5. 3-6. 7. remove the copied sets as they exit.8. Touch OK. CAUTION HINT HINT 8-55 Application Selection Screen Applications Non-Standard Size Combination Image Insert Sheet/Cover Insertion Frame/Fold Erasure Image Shift Non-Image Area Erase Text/Photo Enhance Flip Side 2 Dual Page Reduce & Shift 8 Reverse Image Chapter Folded Original Mixed Original Overlay Booklet Repeat AUTO Layout Stamp OHP . see p. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected.

The incompatible function keys will be dimmed to show inactivity. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job. from the platen glass. Folded Original. ESORT+sort. such as books. Image Shift. 2 1. 8-56 a a Non-Image Area Erase . thick or thin materials. Keep RADF open throughout the procedure. be sure to close the RADF securely. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. etc. Group. E-SORT+group. Image Insert. 2. ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Using RADF. Non-Standard Size. Staple. The exposed glass area outside the borders of the original will not be copied. Flip Side 2). graphs. Chapter. Reverse Image. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. >>>Specifications for Non-Image Area Erase<<< ❒ Use the platen glass only. Sort. Stamp. APS. Booklet. Sheet/Cover Insertion.Erasing Outside of the Original (Non-Image Area Erase) The Non-image area erase mode is used to copy non standard or special originals. Combination. paste-ups. Touch Non-Image Area Erase on the Application Selection Screen. then press [AUTO RESET]. 2 2. Overlay General copying Set original 1. Special Original (Mixed Original. magazines.

OHP Image Insert Position original FACE DOWN on the platen glass. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Combination 5. HINT See p. or to specify the original density level to obtain the optimum copy effect. Reminder! DO NOT CLOSE THE DOCUMENT FEEDER. 6. a a Booklet Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Overlay 8-57 . Press [START]. When selecting 1 2 mode. The Basic Screen will be restored. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. Original size should be larger than 10mm x 10mm. In this case. See p. 11-14. Platen store mode will function automatically. ask Key Operator to select the Rectangle erase mode. as desired. • Copy mode is automatically set to 1 1. 7. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Select magnification and copy size. 4. DETAILS • APS and AMS are automatically released. Rectangle erase mode and Oblique erase mode. DETAILS: Oblique Erase and Rectangle Erase Modes The Non-image area erase has two modes. Oblique erase mode Rectangle erase mode DETAILS This function may perform incorrectly if the lighting is directly over the platen glass. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity.Erasing Outside of the Original (Non-Image Area Erase) (continued) 3. If copy result is not satisfactory in the initial setting. consult your service representative about an appropriate place for installation. The copier is initially set to Oblique erase mode.

Special Original (Mixed Original. then press [AUTO RESET]. Overlay STAMP L-Top C-Top R-Top 2002. Reverse Image. page number and numbering at the location designated on the screen. Image Shift. Non-Image Area Erase. Page. Dual Page.02. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Repeat. Non-Standard Size).05 AM10:30 DATE/TIME A Z L-Bottom C-Bottom R-Bottom 2/5 PAGE [1/1] NUMBERING WATERMARK Printing positions 1. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY.Printing Stamp. >>>Specification for STAMP<<< ❒ Incompatible Conditions: Group (with NUMBERING). AUTO Layout. E-SORT+group (with NUMBERING). date/ time. The four stamp types and watermark provided on the Stamp Menu Screen can be used individually or in multiple combinations. Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) This function allows you to print onto output copies the desired type of stamp. be sure to close the RADF securely. and to print the desired letter type obliquely in the centre of the page (WATERMARK). 8-58 . 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET Reminder! When starting a new copying job.

Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Repeat Touch the key to match the originals to be copied. Overlay 8-59 . Page. Touch STAMP on the Application Selection Screen. Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 The subsequent screen will be displayed to allow you to specify the selected stamp type. Image Insert Touch ORIGI. 4.Printing Stamp. Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) (continued) 2. Touch to select the desired key. 3. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP The Stamp Menu Screen will be displayed. DIRECT. The Original Direction Screen will be displayed. then touch OK to return to the Stamp Menu Screen.

8-60 . Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) (continued) 5. Touch to highlight the desired stamp type key on the screen. Touch Only first page to print the selected stamp on the first page only. See p. When selecting STAMP: Specify the stamp type. and pages to print on. Touch POSITION to select the desired stamp position. Touch Only first page to print the selected stamp on the first page only.Printing Stamp. When selecting WATERMARK: Specify the watermark type and pages to print on. Touch to highlight the desired date and time keys on the screen. printing position. Page. printing position. Touch Only first page to print the selected watermark on the first page only. Touch to highlight the desired watermark key on the screen. and pages to print on. See p. 8-62 for details. When selecting DATE/TIME: Specify the date/time type. 8-62 for details. Touch POSITION to select the desired stamp position.

Applications Frame/Fold Erasure AUTO Layout Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp 8 Touch OK on the Stamp Menu Screen. See p. 9. 7. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. 3-2 to p.Printing Stamp. HINT For details on positioning originals. Touch Only first page to print the selected stamp on the first page only. See p. Page. 8. see p. 3-6. Touch POSITION to select the desired stamp position. Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet OHP Touch to highlight the desired page type key on the screen. Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance Reverse Image Touch to highlight the desired numbering type key on the screen. if desired. printing position. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. Touch OK. Position original(s) FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. 8-62 for details. Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) (continued) When selecting PAGE: Specify the PAGE type and printing position. Touch POSITION to select the desired stamp position. The Basic Screen will be restored. Image Insert When selecting NUMBERING: Specify the numbering type. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. Repeat 6. 10. Overlay 8-61 . HINT See p. and pages to print on. Touch to select another stamp function key to use in combination. 8-62 for details. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. The Stamp Menu Screen will be restored.

0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. then touch OK to return to the previous screen. When POSITION is touched. mishandled paper will occur.11. the Print Position Selection Screen will be displayed. otherwise. Press [START]. 8-62 Printing Stamp. Page. DETAILS: Print Position Selection Screen CAUTION . remove the copied sets as they exit. Watermark onto Copies (Stamp) (continued) Touch to select the desired position key.

Sheet/Cover Insertion. Image Shift. then overlay the image onto each page copied in the job.Overlaying an Image onto Each Page Copied in the Job (Overlay) This function is provided on the 7130 Application Selection Screen. Image Insert. Image Shift Reduce & Shift Non-Image Area Erase Stamp Overlay The Stamp/Overlay Selection Screen will be displayed. AUTO Layout. E-SORT+group. Touch STAMP/OVERLAY on the Application Selection Screen. AMS. Stamp Copies in Overlay mode Application Selection Screen Sheet/Cover Insertion Chapter Combination Booklet 1st scanned original Originals scanned 2nd and later ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD OHP Image Insert Dual Page Mixed Original Folded Original Non-Standard Size 1. 8-63 . ❒ Incompatible Conditions: APS. Repeat. Press [APPLICATION] on the control panel. Combination. Special Original (Mixed Original). Booklet. Frame/Fold Erasure 2. Use this function to scan an image. >>>Specification for Overlay<<< ❒ Store mode is automatically selected. E-SORT+sort. DATA FAX HELP Flip Side 2 Text/Photo Enhance INTERRU 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 6 Reverse Image Repeat 4 APPLICATION 7 OUTPUT 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. then press [AUTO RESET]. AUTO RESET Applications 8 AUTO Layout Reminder! When starting a new copying job. be sure to close the RADF securely. Chapter.

The Store mode is automatically selected. remove the copied sets as they exit. Position the overlaying original. 3-7 for details on setting print quantity. 8.Overlaying an Image onto Each Page Copied in the Job (Overlay) (continued) 3. HINT For details on positioning originals. 8-64 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 CAUTION When the finisher / paper exit / inner tray capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected. Touch SCAN on the Basic Screen. Enter the desired print quantity from the control panel keypad. 10. 9. Position the original(s) to be overlaid.00 (100%) is selected as a magnification ratio. 11. Touch OVERLAY. 12. and 1. Press [START] to print. Position the original FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. see p. The original image will be scanned into memory. 13. Position the original FACE UP in the document feeder or FACE DOWN on the platen glass. otherwise. 7. APS and AMS are automatically released. mishandled paper will occur. Touch SCAN to scan. 5. 3-6. The Basic Screen will be restored. HINT See p. Touch OK on the Application Selection Screen. . 3-2 to p. Repeat steps 10 and 11 for all originals. Touch OK on the Stamp/Overlay Selection Screen. The Application Selection Screen will be restored. 6. 4. Select the desired paper size and magnification on the Basic Screen.

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the following equipment is provided for conveying/delivering copies.Paper Information This machine is equipped with the following trays for loading copy paper. • ADU (Automatic Duplex Unit) • Finisher (FS-107) • Inner Tray (IT-101) • Exit tray (for the machine without Finisher) Refer to the following information on paper capacity for each. Paper Weight Paper Trays Tray 1 and 2 (Main body trays) Tray 3 (DB-210/410) Tray 4 (DB-210) Multi-sheet bypass tray Equipment ADU Finisher Inner Tray Exit tray 60 ~ 90 g/m2 50 ~ 130 g/m2 50 ~ 130 g/m2 50 ~ 130 g/m2 60 ~ 90 g/m2 50 ~ 130 g/m2 Weight Weight HINT See p. 11-30 for Paper Type setting of each tray. 9-2 . • Tray 1 and 2 (Main body trays) • Tray 3 (DB-210/DB-410 Drawer Base Unit) • Tray 4 (DB-210 Drawer Base Unit) • Multi-sheet bypass tray Also.

: A4.: A3. A4R. B5R. B4 Transparency 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 300 sheets 50 sheets 1.000 sheets 20 sets 50 sets – Paper size/Paper type Thick/Thin paper.Paper Information (continued) Tray/ Exit Tray Capacity Paper Trays Tray 1 and 2 (Main body tray) Tray 3 and 4 (DB-210) Tray 3 (DB-410) Multi-sheet bypass tray Equipment ADU Finisher (FS-107) Inner Tray (IT-101) Exit tray Unlimited See the tables on the following page.000 sheets 50 sheets 300 sheets 1. A4. A5* *: Landscape orientation only Capacity 500 sheets (80 g/m ) 500 sheets (80 g/m2) 1. 50 sheets max. B4 Paper size/Paper type Thick/Thin paper. for Exit tray 1 100 sheets max. B5 A3. B5.500 sheets (80 g/m2) 50 sheets (80 g/m2) 1 sheet each for thick/thin paper or OHP film Capacity 2 40 sheets max. for Exit tray 2 100 sheets max. B4 Transparency 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 600 sheets 200 sheets 50 sheets 600 sheets 200 sheets 50 sheets 30 sets 15 sets – Exit tray/Output mode Stack Sort Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple A5R 100 sheets – 100 sheets 10 sheets – – – Non-standard size 10 sheets – – – – – – Paper Information Exit tray 1 Exit tray 2 Exit tray/Output mode Stack Sort Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple A5R 100 sheets – 100 sheets 10 sheets – – – – – – Non-standard size 10 sheets – – – – – – – – – Original Information Exit tray 1 Paper & Original Info 9 Exit tray 2 Exit tray 3 9-3 . A4. B5 A3.

A5R. F4. A4R. 8. B4.5"x11"R fixed (Service adjustable) A3. F4. F4. 11"x17". B4.5" A3. B6R. A4R. 8. B4.5"x11". B6R*. B5. B4. A4. B5 A3. 5. A4. B4. A4.5"x11". A5R*. 11"x17". B5. 8.5"x11". B6R. A5R*. B4. 8. 8. A4R. F4.5"x11"R Exit tray 1/2/3/4: A3.5"x14". B4. B5. F4. 11"x17". A4R. B5R.5"x8. B4 paper. B5. A4R. 8. B5R. A5R*. B5R.5"x11". A4R. A4R.5"x11"R. 8. 8.5"x11"R A4. B5. F4. A4. 8. 11"x17". A4. F4. 8. A5R. B5. or 8.5"x11". A4R. A5R*.5"x11"R A3. A4R. 8. A4. 9-4 .5"x11". 11"x17". 8. A4. A4. F4.5"x11"R *: Landscape orientation only. 11"x17". B5. 8. 8. 8. B5R.5"x11" Available Sizes A3. A5R.5"x11". B6R. B5R. F4. B5. B5. 8. 8.5"x11"R A3. B5. Transparency 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets – 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 10 sets 10 sets – Exit tray/Output mode Stack Sort Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple Stack Sort/Group Staple A5R 100 sheets – 100 sheets 10 sets – – – – – – – – – Non-standard size 10 sheets – – – – – – – – – – – – Exit tray 1 Exit tray 2 Exit tray 3 Exit tray 4 Paper Size Paper Trays Tray 1 (Main body tray) Tray 2 (Main body tray) Tray 3 (DB-210) Tray 3 (DB-410) Tray 4 (DB-210) Multi-sheet bypass tray Equipment ADU Finisher (FS-107) Inner Tray (IT-101) Exit tray Available Sizes B4.Paper Information (continued) Paper size/Paper type Thick/Thin A4.5"x11". A5R*. B5R.5"x11"R Exit tray 1/2: A3.5"x11"R A3. B4. 8. A4R. A4. A5R*.

Using damp copy paper may cause a paper misfeed. • Do not place paper packages vertically to store.Paper Information (continued) Special Paper in Multi-Sheet Bypass Tray Multi-sheet bypass tray accepts the following special paper type that cannot be loaded in the main body trays. Paper curl due to the vertical storage may cause a paper misfeed. Transparent film. Paper Information Original Information Paper & Original Info 9 9-5 . labels. hole punched To Store Copy Paper • Store paper in a cool. dry area. Keep partially used packages tightly wrapped during storage.

g. or do not press strongly when thick original is placed and is under pressure of RADF. creased or folded originals See each description in this manual for copy conditions which cannot use the document feeder to scan. punched or stapled originals 6 3 Books Thin or thick originals . otherwise the glass may be broken and you may be injured. torn. art paper. Platen Glass Originals Use the platen glass or document feeder to position originals to copy. or in generally poor condition. CAUTION HINT 5 2 Paste-ups or cut-outs Doubled. 9-6 Unsuitable RADF Originals Use the platen glass when originals are not suitable for use with the document feeder.8 kg / 30mm ❒ Original placement: Face down on left depth side of glass 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Do not place too heavy originals. cellophane Curled. OHP film. or when originals are folded.Platen Glass Original Specifications ❒ Max. book weight/thickness: 6. sheet or book ❒ Max.. e. original size: A3. Original Information 4 1 Glossy or transparent originals. when size is incompatible. stapled.

A5 mixed B4. B5. A4R. 8-25 to p. A5 mixed ❒ Original weight: 35 ~ 130 g/m2 ❒ Max.Original Information (continued) RADF Originals Following three modes are provided when using the document feeder (RADF) to scan originals. A4. F4. feeder capacity: 50 sheets (80 g/m2 paper) ❒ Curling tolerance: 10mm or less ❒ Original placement: Face up (see p. See p.5"x11" Original weight: 35 ~ 130 g/m2 Max. A5. B5. • Normal mode • Mixed Original mode • Folded Original mode Specifications for each mode are described as follows. Paper Information Original Information Guide width A4 A3 Guide width B5 B4 Guide width A5 A4 Paper & Original Info 9 9-7 . 8-26 for details. B4. B5R. 8. B4. A3. feeder capacity: 50 sheets (80 g/m2 paper) Curling tolerance: 10mm or less Original placement: Face up. B5R. A5 mixed A4R. A4. orientation same as copy paper Mixed Original mode Use Mixed Original mode to copy mixed size originals. Normal mode ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ Detectable original size:A3. B5. B5R. 3-3 for details. A4R. A4R.) DETAILS See below for the guide width of each combination. ❒ Original size: Three types of size combination are determined by the RADF guide width. 11"x17". A5R.

B5. feeder capacity: 50 sheets (80 g/m2 paper) Curling tolerance: 10mm or less Original placement: Face up. 8. A5R. 8-28 for details. ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ Detectable original size:A3.5"x11" Original weight: 35 ~ 130 g/m2 Max. orientation same as copy paper 9-8 .Original Information (continued) Folded Original mode Use Folded Original mode to scan folded originals without using the size detection sensor of the RADF. A4. See p. 8-27 to p. 11"x17". B4. A5. B5R. A4R. F4.

............... 10-9 Cleaning Image Printing Section .......................................................................................... 10-12 Checking Copy Count .............................. 10-5 Cleaning Image Scanning Section.............................................................................................................10 Maintenance & Supplies How to Maintain the Copier Adding Toner ........................ 10-14 Adding Toner Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count Maintenance & Supplies 10 ............. 10-2 Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher .........

machine trouble may occur. 3 2 1 10-2 . 5~6cm 5~6cm 2. ) display on Add toner according to the procedure as follows. Loosen toner by tapping both top and bottom of the new toner bottle on a solid surface at least five times. then unlock and open the toner bottle cover. the message “Please add toner” and the icon ( the touch screen. 1.Adding Toner When toner supply is low. Otherwise. Reminder! Use the same number toner bottle as described on the label on the upper left side of the toner bottle cover. Open the machine front door. then shake the bottle at least five times.

Withdraw the toner bottle. Adding Toner 1 Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count 2 6. positioning the “Up arrow” mark at the top. 2 1 4.Adding Toner (continued) 3. Remove the cap of the new toner bottle. 5. Maintenance & Supplies 10 2 10-3 . then turn it clockwise to position the “Up arrow” mark at the top. Fully insert the new toner bottle until it locks into place. Fully withdraw the toner bottle straight toward the front to remove the bottle.

10-4 7. Keep the toner bottle away from children. Close and lock the toner bottle cover. If it is thrown into a fire. otherwise the toner bottle cannot be set properly. however if you inhale or it makes contact with eyes by accident. Be sure the “Up arrow” mark on the toner bottle is shown on the top. The toner bottle cover cannot be locked if the toner bottle is not set in place. Reminder! DETAILS CAUTION CAUTION 1 2 Adding Toner (continued) . flush with water and seek medical advice.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Do not throw the empty toner bottle into a fire. the toner may ignite and cause a dangerous situation. The toner is non-toxic. then close the machine front door.

10-5 . please contact your service representative. Adding Toner 3. Touch ADD STAPLER. 7 OUTPUT AUTO RESET 2.Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher Follow the procedure below to replace the staple cartridge. Press [OUTPUT] on the control panel to display the Output Mode popup menu. Touch STAPLE SET to display the Staple Position Selection Screen. Reminder! Use only the staples supplied by Konica. 1. DATA FAX HELP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRU 4 APPLICATION 6 9 STAR CLEAR QTY. To purchase. Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count Maintenance & Supplies 10 The Moving Stapler Screen will be displayed while the stapler positioned deep inside the finisher moves toward the finisher front door.

10-6 . 5. 4. open the finisher front door. When the Check Stapler Screen is displayed. Push down the stapler cartridge lever to release the staple cartridge from the stapler.Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher (continued) Reminder! DO NOT open the finisher front door while the Moving Stapler Screen is displayed. otherwise the stapler stops before completing the movement and cannot be reached to replace the staple cartridge.

7. Remove the holder tape holding staples in place. Adding Toner Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section 9. Insert the staple cartridge into the stapler and push it in securely.Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher (continued) 6. Firmly insert the new staple case into the staple cartridge by aligning the arrow sides of both case and cartridge. 8. Remove the empty staple case. Checking Copy Count Maintenance & Supplies 10 10-7 .

11.Inserting a New Staple Cartridge into FS-107 Finisher (continued) 10. Close the finisher front door. 12. Touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. 10-8 . Touch OK to return to the Output Mode popup menu.

Cleaning the Document Glass and Cover Raise the document feeder/cover. Maintenance & Supplies 10 10-9 . The glass may also be cleaned with a soft cloth dampened slightly with water. to clean the document cover. The document cover should be kept clean. always keep the following areas clean. to clean the platen glass. and clean the glass with a clean soft cloth. Raise the document cover. If the machine is equipped with RADF. such as benzene or thinners. or the original size cannot be detected correctly. Reminder! Never use paint solvents. soil marks may be copied. such as benzene or thinners. if it is difficult to clean.Cleaning Image Scanning Section In order to maintain optimum copy quality. use an antistatic cleaner with a clean soft cloth to wipe up every day to ensure that a static charge is not generated. Adding Toner Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count Reminder! Never use paint solvents. otherwise. and clean the inner surface of the document cover with a clean soft cloth.

such as benzene or thinners. otherwise soil marks may be copied or the original size cannot be detected correctly. and clean the left partition glass with a clean soft cloth. Raise the document feeder. Raise the document feeder. Reminder! Never use paint solvents.Cleaning Image Scanning Section (continued) Cleaning the RADF Cleaning the Left Partition Glass Keep the glass clean. resulting in dark lines on the copies. and clean the RADF platen guide cover with a clean soft cloth. to clean the RADF platen guide cover. otherwise soil marks may be copied. 10-10 . Cleaning the RADF Platen Guide Cover The RADF platen guide cover should be kept clean.

Adding Toner Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count Maintenance & Supplies 10 10-11 . if it is difficult to clean.Cleaning Image Scanning Section (continued) Cleaning the RADF Roller Raise the document feeder. Reminder! Never use paint solvents. and clean the RADF roller with a clean soft cloth. such as benzene or thinners. You may also clean with a soft cloth dampened slightly with water. to clean the RADF platen guide cover.

1. 2. If touched. otherwise soil marks may be copied. transfer and separator) wires clean. and quickly perform the cleaning procedure to close the cover as soon as possible. use care not to touch the drum inside the conveyance unit cover 6. open the conveyance unit cover 6 to perform the following steps. Follow the procedure below to periodically clean them.Cleaning Image Printing Section Cleaning the Writing Unit Glass and the Electrode Wires Keep the writing unit glass and the electrode (corona. 5. several times. 10-12 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 WARNING The area near the conveyance unit cover 6 generates high voltage. Open the machine front door. DO NOT TOUCH! . Firmly push in these knobs. In this case. then open its front cover. 4. 3. then close the machine front door. electrical shock may occur. otherwise the drum may be damaged by a long period of exposure. Withdraw and push in the writing unit glass cleaning knob and the corona wire cleaning knob. DETAILS If the hooks cannot be released easily. resulting in dark lines on the copies. Release the two hooks on the top edge of the conveyance unit cover 6. Open the right side door of the main body.

Move the lever to the right until it stops. 8. Close the right side door of the main body. Push and slide the transfer/separator wire cleaning lever to the left and right.Cleaning Image Printing Section (continued) 6. then close the front cover. 2 1 3 4 7. Adding Toner Inserting New Staple Cartridge Cleaning Scanning Section Cleaning Printning Section Checking Copy Count Maintenance & Supplies 10 10-13 . several times.

1. Touching the Up arrow key on the PM Counter Screen will resume the Counter List Screen.Checking Copy Count This function allows you to view the current indication of the following items as a list on the touch panel: Total counter. FAX TX/RX counter (machine with the fax kit installed). if desired. press [CHECK]. and Fixing unit counter. Press [✽ (COUNTER)] on the control panel. Counter start date. Scanner counter (machine provided with Scanner function). 10-14 . Printer counter (machine with the Print Controller installed). or touch OK to return to the Basic Screen. PM counter. AUTO RESET The Counter List Screen will be displayed. Development counter. Touch PRINT. FAX HELP COP 1 CHECK 2 5 8 0 3 INTERRUPT 4 APPLICATION 6 ST 7 OUTPUT 9 START CLEAR QTY. Check the count. To display to the PM Counter Screen. if desired. Drum counter. Counter List Screen PM Counter Screen 2. then print it from the Counter List Screen.

................................. 11-27 [6] Paper Type .................. 11-15 [4] E................................................ 11-49 Copier Initial Preset Key E........................... 11-40 [11] Power Save ....... 11-42 [13] List Print ..... 11-28 [7] Panel Contrast ..K.................................................................................................................................................. 11-18 [5] Lock Job Memory ................... 11-29 [8] Key Operator Data .............................. 11-7 [3] Preset Key..............K......................................................................................... 11-46 [14] Application Customize ........................... 11-2 [1] System Initial................. 11-47 [15] Density Shift ............................................................................................................ 11-41 [12] Memory Switch .....................11 Key Operator Mode How to Monitor Copier Activity and Modify Machine Settings Key Operator Mode System Initial How to Access the Key Operator Mode ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 11-4 [2] Copier Initial ...................................C...............................C......................................................... 11-48 [16] KRDS Host .................................................................... Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 .............. (Electronic Key Counter)........................................................................................................................................................................ 11-31 [10] Touch Panel Adjustment .... 11-30 [9] Weekly Timer.................................................

and a service-set 4-digit Weekly Timer master key code must be entered by the Key Operator to access the Weekly Timer functions. check with your service representative. 2. such as monitoring overall copier activity. To Display the Key Operator Mode Screen 1. along with the Key Operator EKC master key code and Weekly Timer master key code. To ensure the security of Key Operator mode. continue by entering the valid 4-digit password. modifying machine settings. If the Key Operator password is not valid. and controlling user activity. 3. the copier will not display Key Operator Password Entry Screen when the Key Operator mode is being accessed. Touch Key-Ope mode on the Help Screen.How to Access the Key Operator Mode The Key Operator is trained to handle all special Key Operator functions that are not accessible to the general user. A service-set 8-digit EKC master key code must be entered by the Key Operator to access the Electronic Key Counter functions. 11-2 . DETAILS If an invalid Key Operator password is entered. Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter your 4-digit Key Operator password. A unique 4-digit Key Operator password is normally set by service at installation. If the unique code is not set by service. then touch OK. machine performance. and keep them in a confidential file. and service information. for billing purposes. it is recommended that you establish a unique Key Operator password. and a Key Operator password will not be required. Press [HELP] on the control panel to display the Help Screen.

Touch RETURN to exit the Key Operator mode. . touch . Make setting changes from the Key Operator Mode Screen. Preset Key • The function number [16] KRDS host on the Key Operator Mode Screen will be dimmed and cannot be selected on a copier without the remote diagnostics activated.How to Access the Key Operator Mode (continued) 4. Lock Job Memory Paper Type 5. as described on the following pages. Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-3 . The Basic Screen will be restored. E.K.C. touch To return to the previous screen. Key Operator Mode System Initial DETAILS Copier Initial • To scroll to menus [11] to [16].

2 Touch [1] Time to display the Date & Time Setting Screen. The time that the copier currently has is displayed in the upper line. 4 To activate the summer time function. and time (in 24-hour expression).[1] System Initial Set the following initial conditions of the copier. The Present time will gain an hour. the summer time. difference in time • Language: Language used in LCD (English) [1] Time Set the current date and time. 11-4 . 3 Adjust the time. (1) Touch << or >> to move the cursor to the number to be changed. ❒ Default setting: Summer time off System Initial Setting Menu Screen Date & Time Setting Screen Difference in Time Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [1] System initial on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the System Initial Setting Menu Screen. • Time: Current date and time. in the order of date. and also the time difference. (2) Use the control panel keypad to enter the number. month. summer time. touch SUMMER TIME to highlight it. year.

[1] System Initial (continued) 5 The Difference in time setting is provided in order to give the time difference information at the same time when E-mail is received. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 7 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 8 If no further changes are required. To set this function. (2) Touch +/– to display “+” when the local time is earlier than Universal time.K. or “–” when the local time is later.) (5) Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Date & Time Setting Screen.g. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-5 . 6 Touch OK to update the Present time by the Setting time and return to the System Initial Setting Menu Screen. Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. (3) Touch << or >> to move the cursor to the number to be changed. (1) Touch Diff. in time to display the Difference in Time Setting Screen.C. (4) Use the control panel keypad to enter the time difference between Universal time and the local time in the machine setting area. (e. Enter “–0900” for 9 hours later than Universal time. follow the procedure below.

5 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 11-6 .[1] System Initial (continued) [2] Language Select the language used in the LCD. 2 Touch [2] Language to display the Language Selection Screen. 4 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the System Initial Setting Menu Screen. ❒ Default setting: English System Initial Setting Menu Screen Language Selection Screen Procedure 1 Touch [1] System initial on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the System Initial Setting Menu Screen. 6 If no further changes are required. 3 Select the desired language mode.

KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-7 . the new initial settings display when the copier is powered on.. 4. Group. or when [AUTO RESET] key is pressed. or Multi-sheet bypass tray] [Exit tray 1. 1-1. 3. E-SORT+sort. 2-1] [AE. These settings can be changed by the Key Operator. when Auto Reset timer is activated. 2. Sort. NOTE: The most commonly-used settings are established at installation. when Auto/Reset timer is operated. 1-2. Stack. E-SORT+group.25~4. The following initial settings can be changed by the Key Operator: Copy mode Copy density Lens mode Paper tray Output mode : : : : : [RADF.00] [APS. Rotation On/Off. Staple. the Basic Screen displays the following conditions to meet Energy Star requirements: Initial Setting Copy Mode Copy Density Lens Mode Paper Tray Output Mode : 1-1 : AE : 1:1 : APS : offset sort Key Operator Mode System Initial When Initial settings are changed by the Key Operator. ratio 0. as shown in this section. Initially (i. 2. Staple location] (machine with Finisher) [Exit tray 1.e.K. E-SORT+sort.C. 4. Rotation On/Off] (machine with Inner tray) [Group. trays 1. be sure that you understand the overall and long-range effect of the change. Rotation On/Off] (machine without Finisher) Copier Initial Preset Key E. manual] [AMS. Original density] Setting procedures are described on the following pages. E-SORT+group.[2] Copier Initial Initial settings are the settings that display automatically when the copier is powered on. 2-2. Before changing any of the copier settings. at installation). 2. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift Non-Image Area Erase : [Oblique erase. or when [AUTO RESET] key is pressed. 3. Rectangular erase. Group.

2 Touch the setting you want for the initial condition of the copier. 11-8 . touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. If other copier initial setting changes are required. or when Auto/ Reset is functioning. automatically. In this case. the message “Please close RADF” will be displayed. RADF will also be selected. touch the desired key. If 1-2. 1-1 Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Screen Copy Mode Initial Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [2] Copier Initial on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Copier Initial Setting Screen. COPY MODE to display the Copy Mode Initial Setting Screen. then touch 1. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. Otherwise. ❒ Setting options: RADF. the RADF must be in a closed position when power is turned ON. 1-1. 2-2.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [1] Copy Mode Set Copy mode to occur after power on or after Auto/Reset occurs. 2-1 ❒ Default setting: RADF on. 5 If no further changes are required. 2-2 or 2-1 mode is selected. 1-2. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.

C. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. touch the desired key. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Procedure 1 Touch 2. 2 Touch AE to select AE mode. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 5 If no further changes are required. Copier Initial to display the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. If other copier initial setting changes are required. manual ❒ Default setting: AE on Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Copy Density Initial Setting Screen Preset Key E. or touch the density level required.K. ❒ Setting options: AE. Nine exposure levels are displayed.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [2] Density Set Copy density to be effective after power on or after Auto/Reset occurs. then touch 2. Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-9 . 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. Density to display the Copy Density Initial Setting Screen.

Copier Initial to display the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. touch the desired key.00 Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Screen Magnification Initial Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch 2. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. To select another ratio. The default setting is 1.00. For example.00. a ratio setting other than AMS will be ignored. 11-10 .25~4. touch AMS. Magnification to display the Magnification Initial Setting Screen. touch upper/lower arrow key to display the desired ratio.00. then touch 3.00 if it is not already displayed. or enter a 3-digit ratio using the keypad on the Control panel. To select AMS. NOTICE: This setting should not conflict with the Initial setting for Paper Tray. touch 1.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [3] Magnification Set the magnification ratio you initially want to display after the user turns the power on or after Auto/Reset restores the Initial settings. ratio 0. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. 5 If no further changes are required. if APS is selected for the initial paper tray setting. If other copier initial setting changes are required. ❒ Setting options: AMS. 1. 2 Select the desired setting from the Magnification Initial Setting Screen: To select 1.

trays 1. 4. Copier Initial to display the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen.C. the initial setting for paper tray priority will be ignored. not paper size priority. or touch any tray key to select a specific tray. 3. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. 2. no specified tray Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. if the initial paper tray setting is APS. This function sets tray priority. For example. Therefore. If other copier initial setting changes are required. The initial paper tray setting should not conflict with the initial setting for Lens Mode.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [4] Tray Set paper tray priority to be in effect after power is turned on or after Auto Reset occurs. the tray will still remain the priority tray. List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-11 . touch the desired key. 2 Touch APS. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 5 If no further changes are required. ❒ Setting options: APS. Lock Job Memory Tray Initial Setting Screen Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch Procedure 1 Touch 2. or Multi-sheet bypass tray ❒ Default setting: APS on.K. if paper size is changed in the tray. then touch 4. Tray to display the Tray Initial Setting Screen. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.

and touch OK. GROUP. Automatic Rotation ON Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen Output Mode Initial Setting Screen (machine with Finisher) Output Mode Initial Setting Screen Output Mode Initial Setting Screen Staple Location Initial Setting Screen (machine with Inner tray) (machine without Finisher) Procedure 1 Touch 2. Automatic Rotation on/off ❒ Default setting: OUTPUT MODE Stack. or STAPLE. 2. To select the exit tray. Copier Initial to display the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. OUTPUT MODE Stack. OUTPUT MODE Stack. To select the Output mode.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [5] Output Set initial Output mode of the Finisher. Automatic Rotation on/off ❒ Default setting: EXIT Tray 1. or STAPLE. To select the desired staple location. 2 For the machine with Finisher. Automatic Rotation on/off ❒ Default setting: EXIT Tray 1. NOTES: 1. touch STAPLE SET. perform the following operation and proceed to step 5. do not highlight any of the SORT. If STAPLE is selected. GROUP. touch SORT. Automatic Rotation ON Machine without Finisher ❒ Setting options: OUTPUT MODE Stack/ Group/ E-SORT+sort/ E-SORT+group. Output to display the Output Mode Initial Setting Screen. Machine with Finisher ❒ Setting options: EXIT Tray 1/ Tray 2/ Tray 3/ Tray 4. 11-12 . then touch 5. Touch the desired location on the Staple Location Initial Setting Screen. If selecting Stack mode. SORT is automatically highlighted. OUTPUT MODE Stack/ Group/ E-SORT+sort/ ESORT+group. OUTPUT MODE Stack/ Sort/ Group/ Staple. Automatic Rotation ON Machine with Inner Tray ❒ Setting options: EXIT Tray 1/ Tray 2. touch the desired tray key in the EXIT area. Inner tray or exit tray to be effective after power is turned on or after Auto Reset occurs.

E-SORT+sort. You can also select on/off of the Automatic rotation initial setting. To release the Automatic rotation mode. 3 4 5 6 7 Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. For the machine without Finisher. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. touch AUTO so that it is no longer highlighted. or E-SORT+group. If other copier initial setting changes are required. To release the Automatic rotation mode. touch GROUP.C. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-13 . touch the desired key. To release the Automatic rotation mode. If no further changes are required.[2] Copier Initial (continued) You can also select on/off of the Automatic rotation initial setting. To select the Output mode. touch TRAY 1 or TRAY 2.K. touch AUTO so that it is no longer highlighted. To select the exit tray. E-SORT+sort. touch AUTO so that it is no longer highlighted. or E-SORT+group. touch GROUP. To select the Output mode. For the machine with Inner tray. perform the following operation and proceed to step 5. perform the following operation and proceed to step 5. You can also select on/off of the Automatic rotation initial setting. Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.

Rectangular erase. or select the density level required. Copier Initial to display the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. 11-14 . Five exposure levels are provided. You can also select the original density level to obtain the optimum copy effect using this function. 2 Touch Oblique erase or Rectangular erase. touch the desired key.[2] Copier Initial (continued) [6] Non-Image Erase Select the mode of Non-Image Area Erase function to be in effect when this feature is selected on the Application Selection Screen after power is turned on or after Auto Reset occurs. If other copier initial setting changes are required. as desired. Original density Auto/Manual Key Operator Mode Screen Copier Initial Setting Screen Non-Image Erase Initial Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch 2. Touch AUTO. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. then touch 6. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Copier Initial Setting Menu Screen. ❒ Setting options: Oblique erase. Non-image Erase to display the Non-Image Erase Initial Setting Screen. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 5 If no further changes are required.

4 Touch Userset1 or Userset2.1 1~4. Userset Density Darker Setting Screen Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift Touch No. 5 To program Userset (1 or 2) to a darker level. [1] Density Output copying samples from 16 density levels from Lighter to Normal or Normal to Darker. No. then touch the density number from 1 to 16. or No. No.C.2 5~8. then press [START].[3] Preset Key Set two userset density levels and three USERSETs of magnification. 6 To program Userset (1 or 2) to a lighter level.4 13~16. 3 Place the original on the platen glass or in the RADF. Preset Key Setting Menu Screen Userset Density Selection Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. The darker level sample sheet will be output. 2 Touch [1] Density to display the Userset Density Selection Screen.K. then select the desired exposure and program it as USER1. perform the following operation. The programmed copy density can be recalled by selecting USER1 on the Basic Screen.3 9~12. Procedure 1 Touch [3] Preset key on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Preset Key Setting Menu Screen. perform the following operation. KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-15 . then proceed to step 7. then proceed to step 7. Select the desired darker exposure from the sample sheet(s). The Userset Density Darker Setting Screen will be displayed.

No. Select the desired lighter exposure from the sample sheet(s). 9 If no further changes are required. 11-16 .1 1~4. or No. 7 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Preset Key Setting Menu Screen. The lighter level sample sheet will be output. No. 8 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.2 5~8. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. then press [START].4 13~16.[3] Preset Key (continued) Userset Density Lighter Setting Screen Touch Lighter to display the Userset Density Lighter Setting Screen. then touch the density number from 1 to 16.3 9~12. Touch No.

00 USERSET2: 4. Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-17 . The preset keys in the top and middle lines can also be programmed in 2-5 DIPSW mode. 2 Touch [3] Magnification to display the Userset Magnification Setting Screen. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. users are allowed to change the three USERSETs in the bottom line on the Userset Magnification Setting Screen. 5 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.00 is entered. 4 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Preset Key Setting Menu Screen.00 USERSET3: 0.25 will be displayed. changing them is not recommended. and are available on the Basic Screen. however. ❒ Setting options:Userset or Preset ratio ❒ Default setting: USERSET1: 2.K. 4.C. If a ratio under 0.25~4. If a ratio over 4. NOTE: Normally. 0. 3 Touch the USERSET you want to change. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Procedure 1 Touch [3] Preset key on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Preset Key Setting Menu Screen. then enter a ratio from 0.25 is entered.[3] Preset Key (continued) [2] Magnification The preset and userset ratios are used to reduce and enlarge the original image to accommodate copy paper size. 6 If no further changes are required.00 will be displayed.50 Preset Key Setting Menu Screen Userset Magnification Setting Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E.00. using the keypad.

(Electronic Key Counter) This function can only be accessed by the Key Operator after a 8-digit EKC master key code is entered.C.K. or to only display a warning message. E.C. each of which represents a separate account that can be used for billing and recordkeeping. 00000~99999. 3. 999.K. Data: Create up to 128 individual EKC passwords.[4] E. If EKC needs to be activated on your machine. Data List: Display the copy count for each EKC password. This feature can track copier usage for individual users and/or accounts as well as limit access to the copier to authorized users. 4. and change limit settings. Copy quantity limits for specific accounts can also be set. The initial setting is Off. copying can be performed only after a valid EKC password is entered. The Electronic Key Counter allows you to monitor all copying activity by controlling EKC password accounts. Copy quantity and copy limit for each account can be visually confirmed on the screen. When the EKC is activated. Change E. Copy Limit Reached Effect: Set the machine condition when the copy limit is reached. The machine can be set to stop immediately or after a job is completed. and limit copy counts for each password to a max. The EKC stores up to 128 EKC passwords. 2. The following EKC settings can be made: 1.999 copies.K. All Counter Reset: Clear the copy count for all passwords. contact your service representative.C. Use the EKC Key Operator Form provided at the end of this section to record EKC password information. The number of users assigned to each account may depend upon the billing system in operation and the number of individuals and departments using the copier. 5. EKC On/Off Setting: Select the function to be on or off. 11-18 .

C. on the Key Operator Mode Screen. touch RETURN on EKC Setting Menu Screen.[4] E.K. To exit the EKC mode. if a code is required. E.C. NOTE: If an invalid EKC master key code is entered. The EKC Master Key Code Screen displays.K. 3 Select the desired EKC function. then touch OK to display the EKC Setting Menu Screen. continue by entering the valid 8-digit code.C. and make settings. 4 To exit the Key Operator mode. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Procedure 1 Touch 4. Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-19 . (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) How to Access the EKC Setting Mode Key Operator Mode Screen EKC Master Key Code Screen EKC Setting Menu Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. 2 Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter your 8-digit EKC master key code. as required.K. touch RETURN on the Key Operator Mode Screen to restore the Basic Screen.

User Name: max. proceed to step 7.K. Do not enter “00000”. 11-20 . 5 Input desired name according to the procedure below. data on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC Data Input Screen. Enter a 5-digit EKC password using the keypad on the control panel. enabling you to immediately enter an ID No. from 000~127. You can specify a name and limit count for each password. 24 characters Copy Limit: 0 to 999. then create individual password(s) for each user.[4] E. designated by key operator.C. 2. EKC Password: Unique 5-digit numeric code programmed by key operator for user. (2) Use Upper arrow and Lower arrow keys on the Name Input Screen to input uppercase and lowercase letters and symbols. 4 Touch Name to display the Name Input Screen. from 000~127 using the keypad on the control panel. If you do not specify the name. for an individual or for a group. 24 characters can be entered. 2 ID No. Enter a 3-digit ID No. key is highlighted.999 copies EKC Data Input Screen EKC Setting Menu Screen Procedure 1 Touch 1. 3 Touch Password to highlight it.: ID No. The initial EKC password value is “00000”. (1) Max. Change E. We recommend that you make a list of all EKC passwords and ID Nos.C. ❒ ❒ ❒ ❒ EKC ID No. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) [1] Change EKC Data Assign an ID No. This operation can be completed normally without the name specified. NOTES: 1.K.

We recommend you do not use duplicate EKC password. To re-enter new password. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. then touch OK. 7 Touch Limit. however. To create duplicate password. Entering “000000” signifies no copy limit. If an invalid copy limit is entered. Copy count for the other ID Nos. touch YES and return to the step 5. The input copy limit will be displayed on the right of the copy count. NOTE: It is possible to assign the same EKC password to different ID Nos. continue by entering the valid 6-digit copy limit. though it clears copy count.K. to delete it and enter the new name. 10 If other EKC setting changes are required. When the same EKC password has been used for another ID No. will not be monitored. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-21 . 11 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.C. touch the desired key. does not function on the EKC Data Input Screen. 6 Touch OK on the Name Input Screen to return to the EKC Data Input Screen. (5) To change the existing name. the Password Duplication Screen will be displayed. touch DEL. 8 Enter a 6-digit copy limit for the ID No. Limit key will be highlighted.K. enabling you to immediately enter copy limit. touch NO. 9 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen.C. using the keypad on the control panel. (4) Touching CANCEL on the Name Input Screen will clear all the input characters. Note. to delete the input character from the last. The Clear key.[4] E. 12 If no further changes are required.. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) (3) Touch DEL. that the number of copies will be counted only for the EKC password with the smallest ID No. 3. Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. NOTES: 1. 2.

If the machine is equipped with Fax kit and Printer Controller.. 3 To add the EKC data. touch ADD. copy count EKC Setting Menu Screen EKC Data List Screen (COPY/PRINTER mode) EKC Data List Screen (FAX mode) Delete Confirmation Screen Procedure 1 Touch 2.[4] E. data list on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC Data List Screen. perform the procedure below. copy limit. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) [2] EKC Data List Use this setting to display the list of copy count and copy limit for each ID No. see p. the EKC Data Screen also allows you to check the facsimile transmission page count for each ID No. and delete these EKC data. 11-22 d c . add.K.K. Name. or touch No to cancel. 11-21. E.C. 2 To delete the EKC data.C. If the machine has the optional Fax kit and Printer Controller installed. To input the EKC data. To display the screen in FAX mode. ❒ Edit items: EKC password. 11-20 to p. The EKC Data Input Screen with invalid Clear key will be displayed. The Delete Confirmation Screen will be displayed. (1) Touch the Upper arrow or Lower arrow key on the right in the EKC Data List Screen to highlight the EKC data to be deleted. and to edit. (3) Touch Yes to delete. touch the FAX key on the screen. (2) Touch DEL. the EKC Data List Screen in COPY/PRINTER mode will be displayed.

C.K. The Name Input Screen will be displayed. 8 If no further changes are required.C. See p. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-23 . Enter a new 6-digit copy limit using the keypad on the control panel. touch the Upper arrow or Lower arrow key on the right in the EKC Data List Screen to highlight the EKC data to be edited. touch Name. 7 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. then touch EDIT. touch the desired key. If other EKC setting changes are required. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) 4 To edit the EKC data.[4] E. (1) To edit the EKC password. Entering “000000” signifies no copy limit. touch Limit. (4) To clear the copy count. Do not enter “00000”. 5 Touch OK on the EKC Data Input Screen or the EKC Data Edit Screen to complete the settings and return to the EKC Data List Screen. 11-21. Enter a new 5-digit EKC password using the keypad on the control panel. c d Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. The EKC Data Edit Screen with valid Clear key will be displayed. touch Clear.K. (2) To edit the name. 6 Touch RETURN on the EKC Data List Screen to restore the EKC Setting Menu Screen. touch Password. To cancel the changes made in step 3 or 4. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. (3) To edit the copy limit. touch RETURN to restore the EKC Data List Screen.

C. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) [3] All Counter Reset Reset the count for all EKC password Nos. 3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. touch the desired key. The selected key will be highlighted. Or. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.[4] E. ❒ Setting options: Reset All Counters yes or no EKC Setting Menu Screen All Counter Reset Screen Procedure 1 Touch 3. 5 If no further changes are required.K. 2 Touch Yes to reset all counters to zero. All counter reset on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the All Counter Reset Screen. 11-24 . touch No not to reset. If other EKC setting changes are required.

NOTE: If EKC OFF is selected while EKC functions. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 5 Touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations.C. 2 Touch ON to activate EKC or touch OFF to de-activate EKC. ❒ Default setting: EKC on EKC Setting Menu Screen EKC On/Off Setting Screen (machine without Fax kit and Printer Controller) Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. EKC On/Off setting on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC On/ Off Setting Screen. Lock Job Memory Paper Type EKC On/Off Setting Screen (machine with Fax kit and Printer Controller) Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift Procedure 1 Touch 4. KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-25 . 3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen. If other EKC setting changes are required. and PRINTER mode. touch the desired key.C.[4] E. The selected key will be highlighted. and both copy count and copy limit functions will be discontinued. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) [4] EKC On/Off Setting Use this function to turn EKC ON or OFF. If the machine has the optional Fax kit and Printer Controller installed. FAX.K.K. set EKC ON or OFF individually for COPIER. the copier will be enabled to perform copying jobs without an EKC password entered.

touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. After job.[4] E. or if the copier will complete the copy job before stopping when reaching maximum copy count. and the message “Enter EKC password” will display after the copier stops. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 11-26 . If other key operator settings are required. Copy Limit Reached effect on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the Copy Limit Reached Effect Screen. touch the desired key. 5 If no further changes are required. touch the desired key. 2 Select setting option: Touch Immediately to stop the copier when the copy limit is reached. the paper in process will be completed. ❒ Setting options: Immediately.K. Touch After job to stop the copier after the current job is completed. Warning ❒ Default setting: After job EKC Setting Menu Screen Copy Limit Reached Effect Screen Procedure 1 Touch 5. 3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen. In this case. Touch Warning only to display a warning message when copy limit is reached. If other EKC setting changes are required.C. (Electronic Key Counter) (continued) [5] Copy Limit Reached Effect Use this function to select whether the copier will stop when the count limit is reached.

the programs cannot be restored. A locked Job is indicated by a lock icon ( ) on the Lock Job Memory Screen. Unlock Job memory. Preset Key E. Use arrow keys to scroll to the desired job number. if required. The settings of a locked job cannot be changed. and the lock icon on the touched key will disappear. Selected programs and the name will be deleted from the job memory. 3 Touch RETURN to complete the setting and return to the Key Operator Mode Screen.C. Delete Job memory Key Operator Mode Screen Lock Job Memory Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Procedure 1 Touch [5] Lock job memory on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Lock Job Memory Screen. (2) Touch Job Lock. NOTES: • A locked job can also be deleted. 4 If no further changes are required. The lock icon will appear on the touched key to show that the selected job is locked. ❒ Setting options: Lock Job memory. 2 To lock/unlock a job memory. (1) Touch the desired job number key to highlight it. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-27 . To delete a job memory. • Once deleted. (2) Touch DEL. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. (1) Touch the job number you want to delete.[5] Lock Job Memory Use this function to lock/unlock or delete a Job that has been programmed. The previously locked job will be unlocked when selected.K. if required. with the lock on the job number released at the same time. Use arrow keys to scroll to the desired job number.

touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 2 Touch the desired paper tray to highlight it. Key Operator Mode Screen Paper Type Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [6] Paper type on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Paper Type Setting Screen. 11-28 ! ! ! ! ! d ! c ! . 3 Touch the Upper arrow or Lower arrow key to select paper type.(blank) RECYCL COLOUR LTRHD SPCL. The name of paper type displayed on the highlighted tray key will change as follows: --. 4 Touch OK on the Paper Type Setting Screen to complete the setting and return to the Key Operator Mode Screen. This is especially useful when special paper is used on a regular basis and is always placed in a specific paper tray. LABELS INVOIC LEGAL Touch the arrow keys until the desired name appears.[6] Paper Type Use this function to indicate a specific paper type for each tray key on the Basic Screen. 5 If no further changes are required.

and also the volume of the touch key. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-29 .C. Key Operator Mode Screen Panel Contrast Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key Procedure 1 Touch [7] Panel contrast on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Panel Contrast Screen. Contact your service representative if the feature is required. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. E. Touch DARK. 4 If no further changes are required. 2 Adjust the Panel contrast and Backlight contrast. as desired.[7] Panel Contrast Use this feature to adjust the level of brightness of the touch screen portion of the control panel.K. NORM. 3 Touch RETURN to complete the setting and return to the Key Operator Mode Screen. or LIGHT to make the panel or backlight contrast dimmer or brighter than the current condition. the Contrast adjustment screen will be displayed. When the Control panel contrast key is pressed. NOTE: The control panel contrast feature can be adjusted from the Help Screen provided that the feature setting is activated by service.

11-20. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. data on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Key Operator Data Setting Screen. If the extension number is less than 6 digits.[8] Key Operator Data Use this screen to enter the name and extension number of the Key Operator indicated on the Help Screen selected from the Basic Screen. NOTE: For details of Name Input Screen. Max. 20-character Key Operator name Key Operator Mode Screen Key Operator Data Input Screen Name Input Screen Procedure 1 Touch [8] Key ope. The hyphen added in the beginning will be indicated as a space on the Help Screen. 2 Touch Name to display the Name Input Screen. 5 If no further changes are required. then enter a 6-digit extension number from the control panel keypad. ❒ Setting options: 6-digit Key Operator telephone extension. 4 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Key Operator Mode Screen. see p. 11-30 . use a hyphen [-] to make it six. 3 Touch For Assistance to highlight it. then enter the Key Operator name up to 20 characters from the touch screen keypad.

and can be programmed specifically for lunch breaks. NOTES: 1 The time is set in terms of the 24 hour clock.m. 2 The [AUTO RESET] key is used to change numbers determined by the SET touch key. is 18:00 hours. 6 p. The Weekly Timer is a copier management function that shuts down power to the machine on a daily or hourly basis. 6 a. [3] Machine Working Day Individual Set Specify the working days of the machine by the Timer. [2] Weekly Timer Copier ON/OFF Time Set Specify the times that the copier will turn ON and OFF for each day of the week or the entire week. • The current date and time are correctly set.K. weekends and holidays. Timer Interrupt can be enabled (with or without a password requirement) to allow temporary use of the machine during periods when power is shut down by the Timer function. Conditions required to use the Weekly Timer: • The power plug is inserted into the socket. or any time the copier is not required. and/or individually for each day of the given month. [4] Lunch Hour Off Function Specify the lunch time interval during which the copier will go off and on. For example. The following Weekly Timer settings can be made. for all Mondays through Sundays. Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E.[9] Weekly Timer This function can be accessed only by the Key Operator after a unique 4-digit Weekly Timer master key code is entered. where hour [1] is the first hour after midnight and hour [24] is the hour of midnight. [1] Weekly Timer Setting Enable and disable the Timer function. • The power switch is turned on. is 06:00 hours. [5] Password Setting Require Password entry for the Timer off function and establish the amount of usage time.C. In Addition. contact your service representative. If the Weekly Timer needs to be activated on your machine. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-31 .m.

[9] Weekly Timer (continued) How to Access the Weekly Timer Setting Mode Key Operator Mode Screen Weekly Timer Master Key Code Screen Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen Procedure 1 Touch [9] Weekly timer on the Key Operator Mode Screen. 3 Select the desired Weekly Timer function. touch RETURN on the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. The Weekly Timer Master Key Code Screen displays when the 4-digit Weekly Timer master key code is set by service. and make settings. 4 To exit the Weekly Timer mode. Otherwise. NOTE: If an invalid Weekly Timer master key code is entered. continue by entering the valid 4-digit code. 5 To exit the Key Operator mode. then touch OK to display the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. 11-32 . as required. use the keypad on the touch screen to enter your 4-digit Weekly Timer master key code. the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen displays without the code requirement. touch RETURN on the Key Operator Mode Screen to restore the Basic Screen. 2 If the Weekly Timer Master Key Code Screen is displayed.

5 If no further changes are required. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-33 . touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations.C. The selected key will be highlighted. or touch NO to de-activate Weekly Timer. 3 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. Copier Initial Preset Key E. The selected key will be highlighted. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.[9] Weekly Timer (continued) [1] Weekly Timer Setting ❒ Default setting: Weekly timer OFF Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen Weekly Timer On/Off Setting Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Procedure 1 Touch [1] Weekly timer setting to display the Weekly Timer On/Off Setting Screen. 2 Touch YES to activate Weekly Timer.K.

is 07) using the control panel keypad. • Be sure to enter both ON time and OFF time. so that you can specify the machine working days on the Weekly Timer Working Day Individual/Collective Setting Screen. power will not go on. (3) Touch ON to enter the ON time. Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen Weekly Timer On/Off Time Setting Screen Weekly Timer On/Off Time Block Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [2] Weekly timer Copier ON/OFF time set to display the Weekly Timer On/Off Time Setting Screen. 2 Use the procedure below to set the ON time and OFF time for the desired days of the week.m..e.[9] Weekly Timer (continued) [2] Weekly Timer Copier ON/OFF Time Set Use this function to set the On/Off times in hours and minutes for each day of the week or set the block time for the entire week. (4) Touch OFF to enter the OFF time. 7 min. 11-34 .m. the same On/Off time for each day. 6 p. (6) Confirm the ON time and OFF time on the screen. NOTES: • If ON-time and OFF-time are the same. • Be sure to enter the ON/OFF time for a day off also. is 08) and a 2-digit ON-minute (ex. is 18) and a 2-digit OFF-minute using the control panel keypad. (5) Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the Weekly Timer On/Off Time Setting Screen. (1) Touch EDIT to display the Weekly Timer On/Off Time Block Setting Screen. (2) Touch and highlight the keys of the desired day of the week from Monday through Sunday to set the same ON time and OFF time. Enter a 2-digit OFF-hour (ex. 8 a. Enter a 2-digit ON-hour (ex. i.

5 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. you can not turn on the power.C.K. NOTE: On the day of the week with the ON/OFF time deleted. 6 If no further changes are required. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. d c Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. 4 Touch RETURN to complete the settings and return to the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-35 . (3) ON time and Off the of the day of the week are deleted and “--:--” are displayed. (2) Touch DEL. (1) Use the Upper arrow and Lower arrow keys to select the day of the week to be deleted.[9] Weekly Timer (continued) 3 Use the procedure below to delete the ON time and OFF time of the day of the week.

[9] Weekly Timer (continued) [3] Machine Working Day Individual Set Use this function to set the On/Off condition of the copier for a given month. The default setting is collective: On for Mondays through Saturdays. Working Day Block Setting Screen. 11-36 . Working Day Individual Setting Screen.T. the working day individual setting has priority so that you can make setting change for each day on that screen. 3 To collectively set the on/off data for the entire month by the day of the week. Working Day Individual Setting Screen when restored. Set the On/ Off condition for specific days. touch Block Set to display the W.T. with timeractive days highlighted. NOTE: The selected days will be highlighted in black on the W.T. Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen W. The days of the current month are displayed on the left half of the screen. for all Mondays through Sundays of the given month. use arrows to scroll to the desired month. 2 To activate or deactivate the Timer for any individual day. and Off for Sundays. To change the month. If you touch an already-highlighted key. or set it collectively. touch the key for that day to change its indication. if desired. however.T. Working Day Block Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [3] Machine working day individual set to display the W.T. no change will occur. Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the W.T. Working Day Individual Setting Screen. Working Day Individual Setting Screen W. Touch the ON or OFF key for the desired day.

C. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-37 . touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations.[9] Weekly Timer (continued) 4 Touch RETURN to complete the settings and return to the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. 5 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.K. 6 If no further changes are required. Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E.

11-38 . (3) Touch on-time. 7 min. Use this Lunch hour off function to shut down power for lunch break then turn on again while the copier is turned on due to the Weekly Timer function. 2 Use the procedure below to activate the Lunch hour off function. 3 Touch Function OFF to de-activate the Lunch hour off function. (2) Touch off-time. Enter a 2-digit on-hour and a 2-digit on-minute using the control panel keypad. (1) Touch Function ON to highlight it. is 07) using the control panel keypad. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. Only one off time interval can be programmed. Enter a 2-digit off-hour (ex. 5 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 4 Touch OK to complete the setting and return to the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen. Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen Lunch Hour Off Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [4] Lunch hour off setting to display the Lunch Hour Off Setting Screen. The time setting area will appear grayed out and cannot be selected.m.[9] Weekly Timer (continued) [4] Lunch Hour Off Function The Weekly Timer function turns the copier ON and OFF once a day. 9 a. is 09) and a 2-digit off-minute (ex. 6 If no further changes are required. The Function OFF setting is the factory default setting.

[9] Weekly Timer (continued) [5] Password Setting Use this password setting mode to establish a 4-digit password requirement for using Timer Interrupt function.K. and then touch OK to complete the setting. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 2 Use the touch screen keypad to enter a 4-digit password. 3 Touch RETURN to return to the Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen.T.T. 5 If no further changes are required. The default password of 0000 allows the timer function to be interrupted without the requirement for password entry. Preset Key E.C. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. Interrupt Password Setting Screen. Interrupt Password Setting Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Procedure 1 Touch [5] Password setting to display the W. then ON. timer interrupt can be used simply by turning the copier OFF. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-39 . NOTE: When the password setting is 0000. Weekly Timer Setting Menu Screen W.

11-40 . 5 If the coordinates fall out of the range of the standard value in step 3. 6 Press [START] on the control panel to complete the setting. repeat the adjustment procedure from 2 to 4.[10] Touch Panel Adjustment Use this feature to check malfunctions of the LCD touch screen due to the shift in position of the touch sensor. 2 Touch the “+” indication at the upper right corner. The present coordinates will be displayed in the message area of the screen. or the buzzer tone does not sound in step 4. ❒ When the Control Panel Adjustment Screen does not display in step 2. 3 Check that the X coordinate and Y coordinate displayed in the first line of the message area fall within the standard value displayed in the second line. Key Operator Mode Screen Touch Panel Adjustment Screen Procedure 1 Touch [10] Touch panel adj. 4 Touch the CHECKs at the upper left and lower right corners on the screen to check if the buzzer tone functions normally. on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Touch Panel Adjustment Screen. NOTE: When touching the “+” indications. it is recommended that you use a sharp point such as a pencil to be more accurate. then lower left corner on the screen. press one from the control panel keypad [0] ~ [9].

Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-41 . 6 If no further changes are required. Or. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations.[11] Power Save Select the interval of time that must elapse before Auto Low Power and Auto Shut Off become activated. 3 Touch NEXT on the Timer Setting Screen to display the Auto Shut Off ON/OFF Setting Screen. the Auto Shut Off will function instead of Auto Low Power.C. Key Operator Mode Screen Power Save Timer Setting Screen Key Operator Mode Auto Shut Off ON/OFF Setting Screen System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. or touch OFF to deactivate it. select the Auto Shut Off function to ON or OFF. 5 Touch RETURN to complete the setting and restore the Key Operator Mode screen. 2 Touch the timer key in each area to select a specific waiting period before activating the Auto Low Power or Auto Shut Off. NOTES: 1 The period of time selected for Auto Low Power cannot exceed the Auto Shut Off setting. The default setting is ON. 4 Touch ON to activate Auto Shut Off.K. 2 If the same period of time as Auto Shut Off is selected for Auto Low Power. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Procedure 1 Touch [11] Power Save on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Power Save Timer Setting Screen.

/ 2 sec. 19: No. 26: AUTO RESET effect Load RADF effect Non Image A. 1144~11-46 for details on Memory Settings./ 150 sec. 23: No. 01: Auto reset timer No. 10: No. / 120 sec. OFF / ON OFF / 15 sec. 07: No. Full-Auto / Initial RADF / RADF+Auto Reset ON/ APS/AMS only None / 1mm / 2mm / 3mm / 4mm / 5mm OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / ON OFF / Low / High OFF / ON Tray 1 / Tray 2 / Tray 3 / Tray 4 / Bypass Landscape / Portrait OFF / ON / APS/AMS/Reduce / APS/AMS only / APS only 1 sec.[12] Memory Switch This function allows you to change the Memory Settings listed below. 17: No. / 60 sec. 03: No. / 300 sec.type Rotation 1 SHOT indication AUTO START No. 20: No. 06: No. / 3 sec. 13: No. / 60 sec. 12: No. See pp. 25: No. / 4 sec. / 90 sec. / 180 sec. 09: No. 04: No. 05: No. Erase RADF frame erasure Auto tray switch Platen APS RADF APS ATS/APS (Bypass) ATS/APS SW (Tray 1) ATS/APS SW (Tray 2) ATS/APS SW (Tray 3) ATS/APS SW (Tray 4) Platen AMS RADF AMS Staple mode reset Key click sound Job memory recall Sheet insertion A5 orig. / 90 sec. SW No. 11: No. 24: No. / 5 sec. 08: No. 21: No. / 210 sec. 02: No. 15: No. 16: No. / 270 sec. 14: No. Power Save / Shut Off Standard size / Non standard size No.printing timer Power save key Bypass tray size Key Operator Mode Screen Memory Switch Screen 11-42 . Item Setting (default is underlined) OFF / 30 sec. 18: No. / 240 sec. / 30 sec. 22: No.

Options: ON and APS/AMS only. Key Operator Mode System Initial The following functions can be provided by the Memory switch settings. (3) Touch EDIT to change the setting of the highlighted item. The APS/AMS only option limits the copy image area to that of the copy paper sizes and the magnification automatically selected by the machine. [3] Load RADF effect Determines how the machine initializes when it is in the platen copy mode (non RADF) and an original is inserted in the RADF feed tray. and Paper tray selection when the [AUTO RESET] key is pressed. 4 If no further changes are required. The RADF + Auto Reset option will activate the RADF and reset the machine to the features programmed in memory switch #2. Options: Full-auto (factory setting) or Initial (key operator setting). Magnification. (2) Touch the arrow keys and at the lower left to scroll the screen. [2] AUTO RESET effect Sets the condition of Copy mode.K. (1) Touch the arrow keys and at the right on the Memory Switch Screen to select the desired item. 2 Use the procedure below to select the desired item and change the setting. Copy density. 3 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. (4) Repeat above steps (1) to (3) to make several changes in succession. @ d ? c Copier Initial Preset Key E.C. [4] Non Image Area Erase Establishes how the machine determines the image area of the copy.[12] Memory Switch (continued) Memory Switch Screen 2 Memory Switch Screen 3 Memory Switch Screen 4 Procedure 1 Touch [12] Memory SW on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the Memory Switch Screen. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-43 . Options: Off or 30/60/90/120/150/180/210/240/270/300 seconds. Initial is the default setting. The RADF option will activate the RADF without resetting any other features. [1] Auto reset timer Sets the time interval for the machine to reset to the initial condition. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. Options: RADF and RADF + Auto Reset. ON option limits the copy image area to that of the original.

[11] ATS/APS SW (Tray 2) This setting activates ATS and APS (platen and RADF) for Tray 2. [17] Key click sound When this feature is Low or High. This confirms the machine recognition of the selection. 1mm/ 2mm/ 3mm/ 4mm/ 5mm. Refer to switches 9 through 13 to activate this feature for each tray. [8] RADF APS This feature allows the machine to detect the size of the original fed through the RADF. [6] Auto tray switch During a copy job when ATS is on and multiple paper trays are loaded with the same size paper. Options: None. [10] ATS/APS SW (Tray 1) This setting activates ATS and APS (platen and RADF) for Tray 1. Refer to switches 9 through 13 to activate this feature for each tray. 11-44 . the machine activates a buzzer sound when the touch sensitive screen is touched or any key is pressed. [14] Platen AMS This feature allows the machine to automatically select the proper magnification ratio when copy paper size is selected manually and an original is placed on the platen glass. [15] RADF AMS This feature allows the machine to automatically select the proper magnification ratio when copy paper size is selected manually and an original is fed from the RADF. Refer to memory switches 9 through 13 to activate this feature for each tray. [7] Platen APS This feature allows the machine to automatically detect the size of the original placed on the glass and select the same size copy paper. [16] Staple mode reset When copying in the sort/staple mode. [13] ATS/APS SW (Tray 4) This setting activates ATS and APS (platen and RADF) for Tray 4. [12] ATS/APS SW (Tray 3) This setting activates ATS and APS (platen and RADF) for Tray 3.[12] Memory Switch (continued) [5] RADF frame erasure Sets the amount of frame erase when using the RADF. the machine will automatically switch to another tray when the initial tray runs out of paper. [9] ATS/APS (Bypass) This setting activates ATS and APS (platen and RADF) for Multi-sheet bypass. this setting allows the machine to automatically reset to non-staple mode when the job in progress is completed.

Options: 1/ 2/ 3/ 4 or 5 seconds. tray 2. type Selects orientation of A5 size originals. tray 4. if an original is placed in the RADF or on the platen glass in the A4R position and the A4 paper size is selected. Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. For example. [22] 1 SHOT indication time Determines the duration of messages that are displayed. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-45 .K. 50 SHEETS MAXIMUM IN STAPLE MODE. [21] Rotation When turned on the feature allows the machine to automatically rotate an A4 original image to match the manually selected paper size. [20] A5 orig.. i.[12] Memory Switch (continued) [18] Job memory recall This feature allows the machine to initialize using selections stored in job memory No. NOTE: This function works only when job memory No. the machine will rotate the image to fit the A4 paper. [26] Bypass tray size Select the paper size detectable on the Multi-sheet bypass tray. [23] AUTO START This feature allows the machine to start the copying operation as soon as the document feeder/platen cover is closed down over the platen original. [24] No-printing timer Set the timer to allow the printing job to start after operating the copying job.e.15 is registered. tray 3. Options: Landscape or portrait.C. [25] Power save key Select the power saver mode to be activated by pressing [POWER SAVER ON/OFF] key.15 when the power is turned on or the [AUTO RESET] key is pressed. [19] Sheet insertion This setting allows selection of tray 1. or Bypass as the source of the inserted sheets.

To suspend printing.[13] List Print Use this function to print out the list selected from the following items. select the key and touch OK. the copier will automatically return to the List Print Screen. press [STOP/CLEAR]. • Job memory list:Programmed contents of Job memory • User setting list: Machine information managed by EKC and home position settings selected by user • Font pattern: Font patterns used in the machine Key Operator Mode Screen List Print Screen Procedure 1 Touch [13] List Print on the Key Operator Mode Screen to display the List Print Screen. 11-46 . 2 Touch the desired item on the screen to highlight it. 4 Touch CANCEL to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. 3 Touch OK to print out the desired list. When printing other lists. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. After completion of printing. 5 If no further changes are required.

7 Touch OK to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. if desired. Touch Pre-set to restore the previous setting. 2 Touch FILE EDIT or IMAGE EDIT. as desired. Selected key will move to the left part of the screen. When setting change is desired. 3 On the File/Image Edit Customize Screen. touch EDIT to display the Item Selection Screen. display. The application function keys currently set are displayed on the screen. then touch DEL.[14] Application Customize Use this function to rearrange. or touch Initialize to restore the factory setting. or hide the application keys on the Application Selection Screen. then touch ADD. Key Operator Mode Screen Application Customize Screen Key Operator Mode Item Selection Screen File Edit Customize Screen Image Edit Customize Screen System Initial Copier Initial Preset Key E. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Procedure 1 Touch [14] APPL customize to display the Application Customize Screen.K. 5 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the Item Selection Screen.C. while the key on the right will be dimmed to show inactivity. The selected key will disappear. 8 If no further changes are required. Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-47 . touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. Touch another item key. Confirm the setting you made on this screen. 6 Touch RETURN to restore the Application Customize Screen. touch to highlight the desired application function key on the right. 4 To cancel the selection you made. touch to highlight the desired key on the left.

or Increase contrast to highlight it. TEXT. Density shift selection can be made in each of four Text/Photo Enhance modes. and Increase Contrast.[15] Density Shift Density shift divides each of nine density levels into two levels of lighter and three levels of darker when used in combination with Text/Photo Enhance. Text. 2 Select the Text/Photo Enhance mode. 3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the Key Operator Mode Screen. 11-48 . PHOTO. then enter the desired density shift (from 0 to 5) using the Control panel keypad. 4 If no further changes are required. Photo. ❒ Setting options: Density shift 0/ 1/ 2/ 3 (standard)/ 4/ 5 Density shift 0 Density shift 1 Density shift 2 Density shift 3 Density shift 4 Density shift 5 Key Operator Mode Screen Density Shift Setting Screen Procedure 1 Touch [15] Density Shift to display the Density Shift Setting Screen. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. Touch Text/Photo. Text/ Photo (general).

JAM concerns. In case of machine trouble.C. the Remote Diagnostics option is automatically monitored by a Konica service representative. Touch Panel Adjustment Power Save Memory Switch List Print Application Customize Density Shift KRDS Host Key Operator Mode 11 11-49 . 3 Touch START to call remote service representative. SC. or 6.[16] KRDS Host When activated. Lock Job Memory Paper Type Panel Contrast Key Operator Data Weekly Timer Procedure 1 Touch [16] KRDS host to display the KRDS Host Menu Screen. Your service representative will contact you to determine the appropriate means for resolving the problem. 4. 5 If no further changes are required. NO TONER. touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations. 2 Touch 1. 4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen. No paper. No toner. 2. select the KRDS host option. Other reason Key Operator Mode Screen KRDS Host Menu Screen Key Operator Mode System Initial Copier Initial Start Call Screen Preset Key E. The Start Call Screen will be displayed.K. ❒ Setting options: Call for JAM. COPY QUALITY. OTHER REASON. as required. NO PAPER. SC concerns. 3. Copy quality. 5.

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2-2 copying 3-17 1-2 Flip Side 2 8-31 2-1 copying 3-21 2-1 Flip Side 2 8-31 2 in 1 8-10 4 in 1 8-10 8 in 1 8-10 A A5 orig. 3-34 Exit tray 1-9 B Basic Screen 2-6 Blank sheet interleaving 8-16 Booklet 8-13 i . type 11-45 ADD PAPER indication 5-9 ADD STAPLER key 10-5 ADD TONER icon 2-6. 8-2 APS key 3-8 ATS/APS SW 11-44 AUTO Layout 8-49 Auto Low Power 2-12 AUTO RESET key 2-8 Auto reset timer 11-43 Auto Shut-Off 2-12 Auto tray switch 11-44 Automatic Exposure (AE) 3-15 Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) 3-10 Automatic Paper Selection (APS) 3-8 Automatic Tray Switching (ATS) vii AUTO RESET effect 11-43 Auto Reset vii D DANGER 1-3 DATA indicator 2-8 Density (Initial) 11-9 Density (Preset) 11-15 Density Shift 11-48 Developing unit 2-4 Document cover 10-9 Dual Page 8-21 E EKC (Electronic Key Counter) 11-18 EKC Data List 11-22 EKC ID No.Index symbol [#] (CLEAR QTY. 11-18 ENGLISH key 11-6 E-SORT+group mode 3-29. 11-20 EKC Master Key Code 11-19 EKC On/Off Setting 11-25 EKC password 2-14. 3-34 E-SORT+sort mode 3-29.00 Magnification mode 3-12 1-2. 10-12 Counter List 10-14 COUNT/SET indicator 2-6 Number 1 SHOT indication time 11-45 1. 10-14 [ ! ] symbol 2-15 C Call for Service 5-2 CAUTION 1-3 Caution labels and indicators 1-2 Change EKC Data 11-20 Changing Paper Size 2-19 Chapter 8-7 CHECK key 2-8.) key 2-8. 3-7 [✽] (COUNTER) key 2-8. 11-8 Copy sheet interleaving 8-16 Corona wire cleaning knob 2-4. 3-36 Check Mode 3-36 Clearing Mishandled Paper 5-5 Combination 8-10 Control panel 2-8 Conveyance unit cover 2-4 Copier Initial 11-7 Copy density 3-15 COPY INSERTION key 8-5 COPY key 2-8 Copy Limit Reached Effect 11-26 Copy Mode 3-17. 10-2 Add toner message 10-2 Adding Toner 10-2 ADU 2-4 ALL CLEAR key 8-2 All Counter Reset 11-24 AMS key (-A-) 3-10 Application Customize 11-47 APPLICATION key 2-8.

2-9 Memory indicator 2-7 Memory Overflow 5-10 Memory Switch 11-42 Message area 2-6 Mixed Original 8-25 Multi-sheet bypass tray 2-2 I Icon area 2-6 Image Insert 8-18 Image Shift 8-51 Increase Contrast Mode 8-34 Initial Setting 11-7 Inner tray 3-34 Installation Space 1-6 INTERRUPT indicator 3-38 INTERRUPT key 2-8 Interrupt Mode 3-38 N Non-Image Area Erase 8-56. 3-27 Job List Screen 3-27 Job Memory 4-2 JOB MEMORY key 4-2 Job memory list 11-46 Job memory recall 11-45 ii O Oblique erase mode 8-57. 5-7 H HELP key 2-8. 11-27 Lock Job Memory 11-27 Lunch Hour Off Function 11-38 G Group mode 3-29. 3-34 GUIDE key 5-5. icon 2-6 Job Recall 4-5 Job Store 4-2 K Key click sound 11-44 Key counter 2-2 Key-Ope mode key 4-7. 11-43 Non-image erase 11-14 Non-Standard Size 8-29 J JAM key 5-7 JOB LIST key 2-6. 3-31. 11-2 Key Operator Data 11-30 Key Operator Mode 11-2 Key Operator Password 11-2 Keypad 2-8 KRDS Host 11-49 L Landscape type original 8-12 Language 11-6 LCD touch screen 2-8 Left partition glass 10-10 Limited Use of the Copier in Trouble 5-3 List Print 11-46 Load RADF effect 11-43 Loading Paper 2-15 Lock icon 4-3. 11-14 OHP 8-16 Optional Equipment 2-5 Output (Initial) 11-12 . 3-31 FT-107 Finisher Tray 2-5 Facing Pages mode 8-21 Job No. 4-7 HELP MENU key 4-7 Help Mode 4-7 M Machine Working Day Individual Set 11-36 Magnification (Initial) 11-10 Magnification (Preset) 11-17 Main power switch 2-2.Index F FAX key 2-8 Finisher 2-2 Finisher conveyance unit 2-4 Finisher knob 2-4 Finisher mode icon 2-6 FIXED key 3-13 Fixing unit guide 2-4 Flip Side 2 8-31 Folded Original 8-27 Font pattern 11-46 For Assistance key 11-30 Frame/Fold Erasure 8-46 Front/Back + Facing Pages mode 8-21 FRONT COPY key 8-5 Front Cover + Facing Pages mode 8-21 Front door 2-2 FS-107 Finisher 2-2.

2 (Density) 11-15 V Vertical/Horizontal Zoom 7-6 iii . 3-25 Reverse Image 8-37 Right side door 2-2 U Unsuitable RADF Originals 9-6 User Name 11-20 User setting list 11-46 USERSET 1. 11-45 Rotation icon 2-6 P Panel Contrast 11-29 Paper Indicator 2-15 Paper jam position display 5-5 Paper Size 3-8 Paper Type 11-28 Paper Weight 9-2 Password Setting 11-39 Photo Mode 8-34 Platen AMS 11-44 Platen APS 11-44 Platen cover 2-2 Platen glass 3-5 Platen Store Mode 3-22 PM CALL icon 2-6 PM counter 10-14 Portrait type original 8-12 Positioning Originals 3-2 Power OFF/ON Screen 5-12 Power Save 11-41 POWER SAVER ON/OFF key 2-8 Power switch 2-2. 3-31. 11-17 Preset Key 11-15 Preventive Maintenance (PM) 5-4 Proof Copy 3-36 PROOF COPY key 3-37 S SCAN key 2-7 SCAN/PRINT key 2-8 SETTING key 2-6 Setting Print Quantity 3-7 Sheet/Cover Insertion 8-3 Sort mode 3-31 Special Original 8-26 Stack mode 3-29. 2-9 Preset ratios 3-13.Index OUTPUT key 2-8 Output Mode 3-29. 2. 3 (Magnification) 11-17 Userset 1. 10-13 Tray (Initial) 11-11 Tray/ Exit Tray Capacity 9-3 Troubleshooting Tips 5-13 R RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder) 2-2 RADF AMS 11-44 RADF APS 11-44 RADF frame erasure 11-44 RADF platen guide cover 10-10 RADF roller 10-11 RADF Store Mode 3-22 Rectangular erase mode 8-57 Reduce & Shift 8-53 Repeat 8-39. 3-34 Overlay 8-63 Rotation 7-4. 8-42 RepeatX2 8-42 RepeatX4 8-42 RepeatX8 8-42 Requirements for Safe Use 1-4 Reserve 3-25 RESERVE key 2-6. 3-31. 3-34 Stamp 8-58 Standard Equipment 2-5 Staple cartridge 10-5 Staple mode 3-31 Staple mode reset 11-44 STAPLE SET key 10-5 START key 2-8 STOP/CLEAR key 2-8 Store Mode 3-22 SUMMER TIME key 11-4 System Initial 11-4 T Text Mode 8-34 Text/Photo Enhance 8-34 Time 11-4 Timer Interrupt mode 7-2 Toner bottle 10-2 Toner bottle cover 2-4 Total count 10-14 Touch Panel Adjustment 11-40 Transfer/Separator wire cleaning lever 2-4.

Index W WARNING 1-3 Weekly Timer 11-31 Weekly Timer Copier ON/OFF Time Set 11-34 Weekly Timer Function 7-2 Weekly Timer Master Key Code 11-32 Weekly Timer Setting 11-33 Work table 2-2 Writing unit glass cleaning knob 2-4. 10-12 Z ZOOM key 3-14 Zoom Mode 3-14 iv .

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