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7050

Users Manual

Konica Business Machines U.S.A., Inc. 500 Day Hill Road Windsor, CT 06095 Telephone (860) 683-2222 CP-01-7050

Printed in USA

November 1995

7050

digital laser copier printer

User's Manual

7050

Users Manual

Konica 7050
1996 by Konica Business Machines U.S.A., Inc. Disclaimer Notice Konica Business Machines U.S.A., Inc. has made every effort to ensure that information in this manual is complete and accurate. However, constant efforts are also being made to improve and update the product. Therefore, Konica Business Machines U.S.A., Inc. shall not be liable for errors in this manual or for any consequential damages resulting from the use of this manual. Information contained herein is subject to change without notice. FEDERAL OR STATE STATUTES MAY PROHIBIT THE COPYING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS OR INFORMATION, RESULTING IN FINES OR IMPRISONMENT FOR VIOLATORS. User's Manual Part Number CP-05-7050 Correspondence Please address all correspondence regarding the User's Manual to the following address: Konica Business Machines U.S.A., Inc. Digital Systems Solutions Group & New Product Development 500 Day Hill Road Windsor, CT 06095

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Konica 7050
FCC Regulations The Konica 7050 generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, interference with radio communications may result. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device, pursuant to Subpart J, Part 15, of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference from such equipment when it is operating in a commercial environment. Users operating this equipment in a residential area are likely to cause interference, in which case they may be required to correct the interference at their own expense.

Canadian Department of Communications Regulations Le prsent appareil nmet pas de bruits radiolectriques dpassant les limites applicables aux de Class A prescrites dans le rglement sur la brouillage radiolectrique dict par Le Ministre des Communications du Canada. This equipment does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions as set out in the radio interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. FDA Regulations This Copier is certified as a "Class 1" laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. Since radiation emitted inside this printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape during any phase of normal user operation.

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Contents
Section 1: Introduction Product Overview ..................................................................................................1-2 Features .....................................................................................................................1-3 Section 2: Safety Information User Instructions .................................................................................................... 2-2 Machine Labels ...................................................................................................... 2-3 Machine Installation and Power Requirements ............................................2-4 Machine Handling and Care ...............................................................................2-6 Routine Safety ........................................................................................................ 2-7 Finisher Capacity Requirements ....................................................................... 2-8 Section 3: Machine Information Machine Configuration ........................................................................................3-2
Standard Equipment ................................................................................................... 3-4 Optional Equipment ....................................................................................................3-4

Site Requirements ..................................................................................................3-5 Operation Panel ......................................................................................................3-6 Automatic Modes & Settings ............................................................................ 3-10
APS, AMS, AES, Automatic Tray Switching ........................................................... 3-10 Auto Reset, Auto Shut Off, Auto Start Print ............................................................. 3-11 Power Saver Mode, Initial Settings, Special Keys .................................................... 3-11

Paper Specifications ............................................................................................. 3-12

Contents
Section 4: Basic Operations How to Make A Basic Copy .............................................................................. 4-2
Using the Platen Glass ...............................................................................................4-2 Book Copy Mode ....................................................................................................... 4-3 Non-Image Area Erase ..............................................................................................4-4 Using the Document Feeder ...................................................................................... 4-5

Output Modes ......................................................................................................... 4-6


Non-Sort Mode ..........................................................................................................4-6 Sort Mode ..................................................................................................................4-7 Staple-Sort Mode for FS-102 Finisher ...................................................................... 4-8 Staple-Sort Mode for FS-103 Finisher ..................................................................... 4-9 Group Mode .............................................................................................................. 4-11

Interrupt Mode ........................................................................................................4-12 Copy Size ................................................................................................................. 4-13 Copy Density .......................................................................................................... 4-14
How to Select Copy Density Manually ..................................................................... 4-14 How to Program Density 1 and Density 2 ................................................................. 4-15

Magnification ......................................................................................................... 4-16


Preset and Zoom Modes ............................................................................................4-16 How to Program A User Set Ratio ............................................................................ 4-17 How to Select A User Set Ratio ................................................................................ 4-17 How to Adjust Vertical/Horizontal Zoom ................................................................. 4-18

Duplex Copying .....................................................................................................4-19


1-2, 2-2, 2-1 Copy Modes ......................................................................................... 4-19

Photo/Text Enhance .............................................................................................. 4-20 Using the Multi Sheet Bypass ........................................................................... 4-21 Thin/Thick Mode ...................................................................................................4-22

Contents
Section 5: Special Modes Copying Mixed Originals ................................................................................... 5-2 Resolution and Image Quality ........................................................................... 5-3
High Mode ................................................................................................................ 5-3 Very High Mode ........................................................................................................ 5-3

Using Platen Memory .......................................................................................... 5-4 Job Memory ............................................................................................................ 5-5


Job Program ...............................................................................................................5-5 Job Recall ................................................................................................................. 5-6

Sheet Insertion ....................................................................................................... 5-7


Blank or Copy Sheet Insertion .................................................................................. 5-8 Blank or Copy Cover Insertion ................................................................................. 5-9

Chapter Insertion ....................................................................................................5-10 Image Insertion ....................................................................................................... 5-12 OHP Interleave ........................................................................................................5-14 Proof Copy .............................................................................................................. 5-15 Image Shift and Reduce & Shift ....................................................................... 5-16
1-1, 1-2, 2-2, 2-1 Copy Modes .................................................................................. 5-17

Frame & Fold Erasure ..........................................................................................5-21 Repeat Image .......................................................................................................... 5-23 Reverse Image ........................................................................................................ 5-25 Booklet ..................................................................................................................... 5-26
2-In-1 Simplex Mode ................................................................................................ 5-26 4-In-1 Duplex Mode ................................................................................................. 5-27

Using A Memory Card ........................................................................................ 5-28

Contents
Section 6: Copier Management Electronic Copy Monitor (ECM) ......................................................................6-2
Password Set ..............................................................................................................6-2 Limit Copy Count ......................................................................................................6-2 Read Copy Count ...................................................................................................... 6-3 Account Reset ............................................................................................................6-3

Weekly Timer Function ....................................................................................... 6-4


Set Current Date Time ...............................................................................................6-5 Set Weekly Timer Function On or Off ...................................................................... 6-6 Set Lunch Time Off ................................................................................................... 6-8 Set Holidays .............................................................................................................. 6-9 Set Timer Interrupt .................................................................................................... 6-10

Section 7: Maintenance & Supplies Preventive Maintenance PM .............................................................................. 7-2 Cleaning the Document Glass and Cover ...................................................... 7-3 Adding Paper .......................................................................................................... 7-4 Adding Toner .......................................................................................................... 7-7 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for FS-102 Finisher .................................. 7-8 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for FS-103 Finisher .................................. 7-9 Service, Repairs, Supplies .................................................................................. 7-10 Section 8: Troubleshooting Clearing Mishandled Paper ................................................................................ 8-2 Clearing a Wedged Staple ................................................................................... 8-8 Memory Overflow .................................................................................................8-9 Section 9: Specifications Glossary

Section 1: Introduction
Product Overview 1-2 Features of the Konica 7050 1-3

Introduction
Product Overview
The Konica 7050 is a digital laser product that can be used as a stand-alone copier, or it can be used as a black and white digital laser printer when connected to the optional IP-201 Image Processor. When installed as a printer, you can continue using the 7050 as a copier by switching from the print mode to the copier mode. The Konica 7050 can also be used as a print server on a network operating system when installed with the optional KN-101 Network Interface Card. Separate user's manuals and installation instructions are included with the optional IP-201 and KN-101 devices. Digital technology and memory capability of the Konica 7050 provide many advantages over the conventional photocopying process. In conventional photocopying, a scanned image virtually remains intact as it is represented on the drum, and then copied onto the output media. While many settings can be made before outputting the copies, such as, image reduction and enlargement with lens adjustment; image erasure with parameter settings that prevent exposure for printing; and job store and job recall programs, the conventional photocopying process neither transforms image into bits nor stores image data into memory. In the Konica 7050, a scanned image is electronically digitized into data bits represented in code form and stored into memory. Stored data can be retrieved from memory, and output in various ways, as controlled by software. Digitized image is output in pixels or in dots per inch (dpi). The Konica 7050 resolves image in the copier mode at 400 dpi, and resolves image in the printer mode at 600 dpi. Konica 7050 digital technology enables you to: feed originals only once to make multiple copies, thereby preserving the condition of originals store image in memory and perform image insertion, chapterization, repeat image enhance photo and complex text image quality reduce toner consumption and produce clean copies with Non-Image Area Erase organize images into booklet format scan platen originals into memory and copy the set as one job insert images scanned from the platen into a set scanned from the document feeder produce a proof copy before making multiple copied sets

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Features of the Konica 7050
AES - Automatic Exposure Selection Automatically adjust exposure to compensate for the original.

AMS - Automatic Magnification Selection Automatically select an appropriate magnification ratio when Copy Size is selected manually.

APS - Automatic Paper Selection Automatically select copy paper size to match the original documents.

Auto Reset Automatically reset the auto mode after a specified period of copier inactivity.

Auto Shut-Off Automatically shut off the main power after a specified period of copier inactivity.

Book Copy Copy both pages of an open book or book-size sheet separately onto two letter sheets in 1-1 mode or separately onto each side of one letter sheet in 1-2 mode.

Booklet Mode Create letter R or ledger size booklets from letter size originals in 1-1, 1-2, 2-2, or 2-1 copy mode.

Insert Chapter Start chapter pages on the right side (front pages) of the finished document.

Insert Image Store pages in memory from the platen glass, and insert the pages into a document copied from the document feeder.

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Features of the Konica 7050 (continued)
Copy Density Manually select up to 7 density levels.

Copy Mode Select the desired simplex mode (1-1 or 2-1); or duplex mode (1-2 or 2-2).

Density 1 or Density 2 Program Output up to 16 density samples on a total of 4 pages that display 4 samples per page, then program the desired density under Density 1 and/or Density 2. Enhance Photo/Text Enhance photo image in Photo mode; enhance text image in Text mode. Photo/Text Enhance is compatible with all other modes.

Frame/Fold Erasure Erase border and or fold image area using Frame (5/10/15 mm), Fold (10/20/30 mm), or Frame & Fold.

Image Shift Create or remove a binding margin; reduce image to prevent image loss. Shift image from 1~50 mm in 1% increments.

Interrupt copying Interrupt copying in progress to allow copying from the platen glass.

Job Memory Program up to 10 jobs and Recall each job by job number, as needed. All compatible platen glass functions can be programmed into Job Memory directly after they are selected.

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Introduction
Features of the Konica 7050 (continued)
Lens Mode (Preset, Zoom) Select Preset ratios, three reduction and three enlargement ratios. Zoom ratios can be selected from 50% ~ 400% in 1% increments.

Magnification Set user-programmable ratios under User Set 1 & User Set 2.

Mixed Original Copy mixed size originals from the document feeder in APS or AMS mode. APS automatically selects the copy size of each original. 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, copy only the image area and not the exposed area of glass, which would otherwise copy as black.

OHP Interleave (Blank/Copy) Copy onto OHP film and interleave blank or copied paper for each original copied.

Output (Sort, Staple-Sort, and Group) Sort or Staple Sort multiple sets of copied originals.

Paper Capacity Total 3650-sheets, including two 500-sheet trays, a 1,500-sheet tray, a 1,000-sheet tray, and a 150sheet Multi Sheet Bypass tray.

Platen Memory Scan and store documents on the platen glass into memory, and insert the pages into a document while copying from the document feeder. If an incompatible function is selected in this mode, the latter function will not be selected, and a Caution message will be displayed.

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Introduction
Features Of the Konica 7050 (continued)
Power Saver Automatically turns off all but nominal power supply after a specified period of copier inactivity, for optimal efficiency. Power is returned after a brief warm up period by pressing Stop/Clear.

Proof Copy Run a proof copy of a job keyed in to ensure the correct output before running multiple copies.

Reduce & Shift Reduce and shift the image when the shift amount is likely to cause image loss.

Repeat Image Select the horizontal image area across the page, and repeat it down the page as many times as the repeat width setting (0~150mm) permits.

Resolution (High, Very High) High resolution mode and Very High resolution mode provide optimal image quality for photos and complicated graphics and text that require high to very high compression amounts.

Reverse Image Reverse the image from black-on-white to white-on-black or vice versa.

Sheet Insertion Insert up to 7 blank or copied sheets from Tray 1, or insert blank or copied front and back covers from the Multi Sheet Bypass tray.

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Features (continued)
Thin/Heavy Stock Use Thin mode when copy paper weight is less than 20 lb Bond; use Thick mode when copy weight is over 24 lb Bond. Weekly Timer Option Set according to the needs of each work environment. For example, turn main body power Off/On daily or weekly, during lunch time, on holidays, and also enable the timer-interrupt mode, which allows temporary use of the machine even when the machine is in the daily, weekly, or holiday Off mode.

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Section 2: Safety Information


User Instructions 2-2 Machine Labels 2-3 Machine Installation and Power Requirements 2-4 Machine Handling and Care 2-6 Routine Safety 2-7 Finisher Capacity Requirements 2-8

Safety Information
User Instructions
The following pages include important safety information, which should be read and understood before you attempt to operate the machine. If you have any concerns about safety matters, please contact your service representative. Keep this manual permanently located with the machine, and in good, legible condition. The manual should be readily available to all users. Machine safety labels are attached to the internal area of the machine. The purpose of the safety labels is to alert you of imminent or potentially hazardous situations or conditions. Be sure to heed all safety labels. If the safety labels become illegible due to soilage, etc., please contact your service representative for information on obtaining replacements. Examples of machine safety labels are shown on the following page. The following standard safety categories are commonly used on product labelling.
DANGER:

Danger indicates an imminent hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Note: The DANGER category is not required for this product, and is included here for general user information. WARNING:

Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Note: The WARNING category is not required for this product, and is included here for general user information. CAUTION:

Caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate bodily injury.
NOTICE:

Notice provides information on the correct handling or use of the machine to prevent breakage of the copier or some machine part, etc. It does not indicate concern for personal safety.

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Safety Information
Machine Labels
Avoid getting burned. Do not touch any machine area that you are advised not to touch by a caution label. Do not remove caution labels. If any caution label is removed or if any caution label or caution indicator is illegible due to soilage, clean the label. If cleaning does not render the label legible, please contact your Konica service representative. Label Locations

CAUTION ATTENTION PRECAUCION

Front surface of Front surface of Fixing unit Fixing unit

CAUTION CAUTION
High temperature
can cause burns. Take care when removing jam.

CAUTION/ATTENTION
High Temperature ! Temprature leve ! DO NOT TOUCH Use care when clearing paper. Risque de brlure. Soyez prudent en retirant la feuille coince.

Use care after opening Use care after opening the paper exit outlet. DOthe paper exit outlet. NOT put your hand DO NOT put you into it; otherwise your hand into injured. may be it; otherwixe you may be injured.

HIGH VOLTAGE CAUTION. VORSICHT HOCHSPANNUNG. ATTENTION HAUTE TENSION.

CAUTION VORSICHT ATTENTION

HIGH TEMPERATURE HEISSE INNENFLACHEN TEMPERATURE ELEVEE

This area generates high This area generates high voltage. If touched, voltage. If touched, electrical shock may occur. electrical shock may DO NOT TOUCH! occur. DO NOT TOUCH!

Top surface of Top surface of unit withdrawn Fixing withdrawn Fixing unit

Top left surface toward front of duplex tray tray. Top left surface toward front of duplex Use care after opening the duplex tray. Use care after opening the duplex tray. Keep fingers away from the closing area. Keep fingers away from the closing area.

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Safety Information
Machine Installation and Power Requirements
CAUTION: FAILURE TO HEED THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS MAY RESULT IN BODILY INJURY AND/OR MACHINE DAMAGE

r FIRE PREVENTION Install machine away from flammable or volatile materials. Routinely check for abnormal heat from power cord and/or plug. r SHORT CIRCUIT FROM WATER DAMAGE Do not install or operate this equipment outdoors near a lake, pond, or river, etc.; and do not allow the machine to come in contact with splashes of rain, water, or any liquid. r TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY Install the machine away from direct sunlight, heat sources (stoves, heaters) and cold temperatures (air conditioners). Do not locate the machine in direct cold temperatures, such as from an air conditioner, etc. Avoid any environment that is outside 50 ~86F (10~30C), with 10~80% humidity. r VENTILATION Do not allow the machine to come in contact with dust or ammonia gas, or fumes from printing or cleaning solutions, etc.; otherwise, image quality will be poor. Install the machine in a well-ventilated area, for comfort; otherwise, an ozone odor will be detected during large copy runs. When in use, the copier generates ozone in amounts too small to be hazardous to the human body. r VIBRATIONS If the machine is constantly vibrated or jolted, trouble may occur. Install the machine on a level, horizontal floor, free from vibrations.

Temperature Temperature

Ventilation Vibration

r SPACE ALLOTMENT Install machine in an area with adequate space for performing copier operations; replacing supply items; and for conducting preventive maintenance. See Site Requirements, Section 3. r MACHINE RELOCATION Before moving the machine to another location, contact your Konica service representative.

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Safety Information
Machine Installation and Power Requirements (continued)
CAUTION: FAILURE TO HEED THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS MAY RESULT IN MACHINE DAMAGE, OVERHEATING, RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY

r PLUG SOCKET A plug socket is limited in capacity. Use an exclusive power source for this machine; otherwise, an accident from overheating and/or smoking may occur. The total power consumption of the main body, plus all peripherals, must not exceed the capacity of the main power supply. r PLUG AND CORD (LEAD) Unless the power plug is firmly inserted into the socket, an accident from overheating and/or smoking may occur. Firmly insert the power cord plug into the electrical outlet before turning on the copier power switch. If the inserted plug is loose in the socket, disconnect it, and consult an electrician for repair; but, do not attempt to operate the machine. A damaged power cord may result in overheating, short circuit or fire. Do not bend, crush, wind, or kick the cord; or impact it with a desk or any item; or roll up the power cord. If the main body power cord is bent or damaged, immediately contact your Konica service representative; and do not attempt to repair it yourself, or continue to operate the machine. r ADAPTERS AND PLURAL LOADS Never use adapters; and never connect plural loads or a branched socket to one socket outlet; otherwise an accident may occur from overheating or fire. r EXTENSION CORDS (LEADS) An extension cord or lead is limited in capacity. Unless the cord or lead has adequate capacity, smoking may occur, and an accident may be caused from overheating. Should smoking and/or overheating occur, contact an electrician immediately. If you require further information about power requirements, power consumption, extension cords, adapters and connectors, please contact your Konica service representative, and also consult your electrician.

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Safety Information
Machine Handling and Care
CAUTION: FAILURE TO HEED THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS MAY RESULT IN MACHINE DAMAGE, OVERHEATING, AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY

r MACHINE CONTACT Never touch internal high voltage, high temperature or magnetism areas indicated with CAUTION HIGH TEMPERATURE label. Never touch the drum surface. Never touch the inside of the main body for any purpose other than for removing mishandled paper or adding toner. r MACHINE CARE Do not drop paper clips, staples and other small metallic objects into the copier; or spill water or any other liquid into the machine. Do not use the machine surface to support vases, books, etc. These items will interfere with the work space and may cause damage to the machine or to original documents. r ABNORMAL CONDITIONS If any abnormal sound, odor, or smoke generates from the machine, immediately stop using the copier, turn off the main power switch, disconnect the plug and contact your Konica service representative. If a circuit breaker is tripped, or if a fuse blows, stop using the machine and contact an electrician. If more detailed information is needed regarding the power source or power consumption of this machine, contact your Konica service representative. r MACHINE MODIFICATION Do not modify the machine in any way or remove any part or screw; and never attempt to perform any maintenance function that is not specifically described in this manual. Do not connect the machine with any options other than those specified. r CLEARING A WEDGED STAPLE Check the procedure in Section 8 for removing the stapler and a wedged staple. Avoid personal injury by using care when removing a wedged staple or when removing and installing the stapler. Do not drop the stapler.

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Safety Information
Routine Safety
CAUTION:

r PERIODIC CHECK Check for loose connection or excessive heat on power plug, damage to power cord and/or plug (creased, frayed, scratched or cut, etc.) Be sure the plug is inserted fully, and ground wire is connected correctly. If any abnormality occurs, do not continue to operate the machine. r SERVICE MESSAGES If a service message displays, turn the machine off, disconnect the power cord from the outlet, and report the condition to your service representative. r TONER Check to be sure toner in storage is out of the reach of children, or anyone incapable of using supplies safely. Although toner is nontoxic, do not inhale toner or allow it to come in contact with eyes. If inhalation or eye contact occurs, immediately consult a physician. Please refer to the appropriate material safety data sheet for additional toner safety information. r PAPER Check paper to be sure it is according to specifications outlined in Section 4. r CLEANING MATERIALS Check the type of cleaning material used on your machine to be sure it is recommended by Konica. If necessary, check with your Konica representative. Never use cleaning materials for purposes other than cleaning, and be sure to keep all cleaning materials out of the reach of children or anyone who is incapable of using them safely. r POWER SAVER Use Power Saver mode for short periods of machine inactivity. When not using the machine for long periods of time, turn power off, except when the weekly timer function is operating. r LITHIUM BATTERY The lithium battery is used for the memory card. To prevent DANGER OF EXPLOSION, replace the battery with the same type recommended by the equipment manufacturer. r
DISPOSAL OF THE COPIER

Dispose of this copier according to your local regulations.

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Safety Information
Finisher Capacity Requirements
CAUTION

FINISHER PAPER CAPACITY

To prevent paper misfeed, do not exceed the paper capacity of the Finisher. FS-102 Finisher paper weight: 17 lb~21 lb FS-103 Finisher paper weight: 16 lb~24 lb When the selected print quantity exceeds the maximum paper capacity, remove the copied sheets from the finisher while the paper is exiting. Paper capacities below are stated for 20 lb Bond. FS-102 Finisher Non-sort mode 750 sheets (8.5"x11") 500 sheets (11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11"R FS-103 Finisher Non-sort/sort/Group mode 500 sheets (5.5"x8.5"R) 2000 sheets (8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R) 1500 sheets (11"x17", 8.5"x14") Staple-Sort mode 1000 sheets* (11"x17"~8.5"x11"R)
*: The maximum capacity varies according to the number of copies to be stapled. See p. 3-13.

Sort mode 500 sheets (8.5"x11") 250 sheets (11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11"R)

Group mode 500 sheets (8.5"x11") 250 (11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11"R)

Printer mode 200 sheets

Staple-Sort mode 625 sheets (8.5"x11") 500 sheets (11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11"R) r FS-103 FINISHER PAPER EXIT OUTLET To avoid injury when stapling large size copies, DO NOT put your hand into the open Paper Exit Outlet.

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Section 3: Machine Information


Machine Configuration 3-2
Standard Equipment Optional Equipment

Site Requirements 3-5 Operation Panel 3-6 Automatic Modes 3-10


APS, AMS, AES, Automatic Tray Switching Auto Reset, Auto Shut Off, Auto Start Print Power Saver Mode, Initial Settings, Special Keys

Paper Specifications 3-12

Machine Information
Machine Configuration
External Machine
17 Operation panel cover 16 Power switch 19 Memory card inlet 1 RADF 2 Working table 15 Finisher (option)

18 Operation panel

14 Finisher door 13 Left side cover 12 Front door

3 Multi-sheet bypass tray 4 Key counter (option)

11 Tray 1 (Universal tray)

5 Upper right side cover 6 Lower right side cover

7 Tray 3 9 ADU 10 Tray 2 8 Tray 4

Internal Machine

1 Toner box

7 Total counter 2 Drum unit 6 Fixing unit

5 Lever 2

4 Lever 1

3 Knob 3

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Machine Configuration
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 External Machine Call-outs RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder) automatically feeds multiple originals one at a time to the platen glass for copying. Work table Multi-sheet (stack) bypass tray used for small quantity copying onto plain paper or special paper. Key counter option manages the number of copies made on the machine. Upper right side cover opens to allow removal of mishandled paper. Lower right side cover opens to allow removal of mishandled paper. Tray 3 is fixed at 8.5"x11" and holds 1,000 sheets. Tray 4 is initially fixed at 8.5"x11" and holds 1,500 sheets. It can be reset by service to size 8.5"x11"R. ADU is used for duplex copying. Tray 2 is initially fixed at 8.5"x11"R and holds 500 sheets. It can be reset by service to size 11"x17"/8.5"x14"/8.5"x11"R/ or 5.5"x8.5". Tray 1 (universal tray) is user adjustable and holds 500 sheets of either 11"x17"/ 8.5"x14"/8.5"x11"/8.5"x11"R/ or 5.5"x8.5". Front door opens to the internal copier to allow clearing of mishandled paper and replenishing of toner. Left side cover opens to allow removal of mishandled paper. Finisher door opens to allow clearing of mishandled paper and replacement of staple cartridge. Finisher option sorts, staple-sorts, and groups copies into finished sets. Power switch turns copier power On/Off when pressed. Operation panel (control panel) cover opens to allow selection of special copying functions. Operation panel (control panel) controls copier operations and displays messages as required. Memory card port (inlet) provides slot for inserting the memory card. Internal Machine Call-outs Toner box holds the toner supply. Drum unit forms the copy image. Knob 3 can be turned to ease removal of mishandled paper. Lever 1 can be moved to ease removal of mishandled paper. Lever 2 can be moved to ease removal of mishandled paper from the fixing unit. Fixing unit fuses the toner onto the copy paper. Total counter indicates the total number of copies made.

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Machine Configuration
Standard Equipment
Reversing Automatic Document Feeder - RADF

Multi-sheet Bypass (150 sheets) FS-103 Finisher (see details below) Tray 1 (500 sheets) Tray 2 (500 sheets) Automatic Duplex Unit - ADU Tray 3 (1,000 sheets) Tray 4 (1,500 sheets)

Finisher details
Paper exit tray: Ejects the copy paper. Printer mode tray: Ejects the printed paper in printer mode. Paper exit tray: Ejects the copy paper. Finisher lever: Holds the lever and withdraws the Finisher when paper misfeeds. Manual staple button: Press when copying with the manual staple function.

Finisher door: Opens to change the staple cartridge.

Right side door: Opens to remove misfed paper.

Staple door: Opens to change the staple cartridge or to remove caught staple. FS-103 Finisher FS-102 Finisher

Optional Equipment
Expanded Memory Unit - 16MB Expanded Memory Unit - 32MB Video Interface Kit Timer Remote Diagnostics Memory Card 34 Machine Information

Machine Information
Site Requirements
31.5 (800) 28 (710) 7.9 (200)

17.7 (450)

27.6 (700)

19.7 (500) 15.7 (400)

62.8 (1595) 43.1 (1095)

61 (1550) 19.7 (500)


19.3 (490)

67.3 (1710) 31.5 (800) 28 (710)

7.9 (200)

27.6 (700)

15.7 (400)

62.8 (1595) 43.1 (1095)

38* (990)

62.6 (1590)

67.3 (1710) 7.9 (200)

*: The dimension required when withdrawing the Finisher.


19.7 (500)
30.9 (784)

7.9 (200)

31.5 (800)

28 (710)

27.6 (700)

15.7 (400)

62.8 (1595) 43.1 (1095)

82 (2084)

67.3 (1710)

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24

26

29 30 31

Density 2

TIMER WEEKLY TIMER


TIMER INTERRUPT
14 15 5 13 10 9 8 1 2 11 4 3 12 7 6

NON-IMAGE AREA ERASE

Repeat IMAGE

Copy INSERT Sheet

Copy OHP INTERLEAVE Blank

ORIGINAL

COPY

Density 1 LIGHTER

2 SIDED

2 SIDED 1 SIDED 2 SIDED 1 SIDED DARKER NORMAL User Set 2 User Set 1 ZOOM

Program JOB MEMORY Recall

Fold ERASURE Frame

Text ENHANCE Photo

Image INSERT Chapter

Thin STOCK Heavy

2 SIDED 1 SIDED 1 SIDED

MIXED ORIGINAL

w/Reduce IMAGE SHIFT Shift

Reverse IMAGE

BOOK COPY

BOOKLET
COPY MODE
COPY DENSITY MAGNIFICATION

PRESET

LENS MODE

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27

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1 WEEKLY TIMER INDICATOR lights when the timer function is set. 2 POWER SWITCH turns the copier power switch on and off when pressed. 3 MULTI-SHEET BYPASS TRAY INDICATOR flashes when Special is selected with the
Copy Size key. 4 PAPER MISFEED INDICATOR flashes to show the location number of paper misfeed. 5 PAPER TRAY INDICATOR lights to show the selected paper tray location; flashes when paper tray is empty. 6 TIMER INTERRUPT temporarily suspends the timer function. 7 TIMER BUTTON sets the timer function. 8 JOB MEMORY BUTTON programs copying jobs and recalls the stored jobs. 9 MIXED ORIGINAL automatically copies mixed size originals to each matching copy size in APS mode; or copies all mixed originals to one common size in AMS mode. 10 FOLD/FRAME ERASURE erases the border images (frame erasure) and/or center strip (fold erasure when copying thick materials such as books. 11 NON-IMAGE AREA ERASE eliminates any toner fill for the exposed area of the platen glass outside of the original, when copying with the document feeder raised. 12 REPEAT IMAGE copies a selected portion of the original to a single sheet of copy paper, and repeats the image down the page as often as the repeat width setting permits. 13 IMAGE SHIFT/SHIFT & REDUCE shifts the image over on the copy to create a binding margin; and also reduces image size when image loss is likely due to the shift amount. 14 REVERSE IMAGE reverses copy image from black on white to white on black, or vice versa.
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Machine Information
Operation Panel (continued)

15 TEXT/PHOTO ENHANCE copies text images with optimal enhancement of text image 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
quality; copies photo images with optimal enhancement of photo image quality. COVER/SHEET INSERTION inserts blank or copied sheet(s) into designated locations of the finished set; or inserts blank or copied front and back covers. IMAGE/CHAPTER INSERTION inserts sheet(s) scanned from the platen glass with sheets scanned from the ADF (image insert); or creates a blank back cover sheet in 1 to 2 mode. OHP INTERLEAVE copies image onto an OHP transparency film and also onto a copy paper; or inserts a blank sheet after each OHP transparency film. BOOK COPY copies an open book or two sheets placed side by side onto copy paper. BOOKLET copies two sheets onto a simplex page; or copies all originals onto dual pages and arranges them in book form. THIN/THICK optimizes copy quality when copying onto thin or thick paper. COPY MODE INDICATOR lights to indicate the selected copy mode. COPY MODE selects 1>1, 1>2, 2>1, 2>2 copy modes. COPY DENSITY INDICATOR lights to indicate automatically selected density level of AES mode; density level selected manually; and selection of either Density 1 or Density 2. COPY DENSITY selects copy density manually; or Density 1 or Density 2. USER SET INDICATORS light to indicate selection of User Set 1 or 2. REDUCTION ARROW selects a Preset reduction ratio (0.50, 0.65, or 0.77); Zoom, and Vertical/Horizontal Zoom. ENLARGEMENT ARROW selects a Preset enlargement ratio (1.29, 1.55, or 2.00); Zoom, and User Set 1 or 2. VERTICAL/HORIZONTAL ZOOM arrows indicate the bidirectional selection. MAGNIFICATION RATIO WINDOW displays the magnification ratio selected; and J codes, P codes and F codes. VERTICAL/HORIZONTAL ZOOM key activates the bidirectional Zoom mode. PRESET/ZOOM MODE INDICATORS light when copying in AMS with Preset ratio; or with Zoom ratio (0.50~4.00 selected in 1% increments). LENS MODE switches between Preset and Zoom modes. CAUTION: If copying is stopped when an F code is displayed, and "Please Call Service" is displayed, immediately record the code indicated below the message, disconnect the power plug from the outlet, then report the code to your service representative.
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Machine Information
34 35 39
42 43 46 48 50 54 55

PRINT QUANTITY

Very High High

Platen Memory

STAPLE GROUP SORT

11 17 8 1 14 2 8 1 11 2 8 1 11R 2 51 81 2 2 SPECIAL

1
OUTPUT APS AES ADF

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POWER SAVER INTERRUPT

4 7 P

Proof Copy

SET / F 1

F 2

F 3

F 4

OUTPUT

COPY SIZE

AUTO

RECALL STOP/CLEAR

START PRINT

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47

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34 MESSAGE DISPLAY 2 displays a message related to Message Display 1. 35 MESSAGE DISPLAY 1 displays messages for the copying operation, clearing mishandled
paper, P Code, F code. See caution for Magnification Ratio.

36 SET/F1 sets the items selected fro Platen Memory, Repeat Image, Image Shift/ w/Reduce,
Timer, and Job Memory. 37 F2 displays stapling position options for copier with FS-103 Finisher only. 38 F3~F4 (Not user-operable) 39 HIGH/VERY HIGH RESOLUTION MODE selects the sharpness of the printed image. 40 PROOF COPY produces a set of copy before copying multiple sets. 41 PLATEN MEMORY scans and stores platen originals into memory, then copies the whole set. 42 GROUP INDICATOR shows selection of Group mode for multiple copies of each original. 43 STAPLE INDICATOR shows selection of Staple-Sort mode for stapling the sorted sets. 44 SORT INDICATOR shows selection of Sort and/or Staple-Sort mode for sorting or sorting and stapling original sets. 45 OUTPUT switches Sort, Group and Staple Sort mode. 46 COPY SIZE INDICATOR lights to indicate available paper size, and the paper size selected when the Copy Size button is pressed. 47 COPY SIZE selects the paper size. 48 AUTO INDICATOR lights when Auto button is pressed; goes off when copy selections are manually set. 49 AUTO restores the automatic selections of Finisher; Preset, APS, AES, and ADF modes.

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Machine Information
Operation Panel (continued)

50 NUMERIC KEYPAD enters print quantity, fold/frame erasure values, sheet/image/chapter


insert locations, image shift values, job memory program/recall, and PM count.

51 P BUTTON is used to set fold/frame erasure values to program job memory, and to recall the 52 53 54 55 56 57
PM count. RECALL recalls print quantity selected while copying is in progress. STOP/CLEAR stops continuous copying to allow resetting of print quantity; and resetting of job memory or timer setting entries. PRINT QUANTITY WINDOW displays print quantity selected and cumulative quantity while copying is in progress. POWER SAVER activates an energy-saving mode when the copier will not be used for extended periods of time. START PRINT activates copying when pressed. INTERRUPT stops copying in progress to allow another job to be copied.

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Machine Information
Automatic Modes & Settings
Automatic Paper Selection - APS APS detects original size from the platen glass or the document feeder, and automatically selects the matching copy paper in 1:1 mode. When the same size paper is loaded in more than one tray, tray priority first selects tray 1, then tray 2, tray 3, and tray 4 in sequence. APS from Platen Glass: 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R APS from Document Feeder in 1-1 or 1-2 mode: 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R APS from Document Feeder in 2-2 or 2-1 mode: 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"X11"R When a ratio is selected manually, APS automatically selects the appropriate copy paper size. When Copy Size is selected manually, APS goes off, and the appropriate magnification ratio is applied to the selected paper size (see AMS). Automatic Magnification Selection - AMS AMS automatically selects the appropriate magnification ratio when Copy Size is selected manually after originals are placed on the platen glass or RADF in the Auto mode. AMS Ratio Table (paper sizes are in inches) 11x17 1.00 0.77 0.65 0.65 0.50 8.5x14 1.21 1.00 0.79 0.79 0.61 8.5x11 1.00 0.77 1.00 0.77 0.50 8.5x11R 1.29 1.00 0.77 1.00 0.65 5.5x8.5 1.55 1.55 1.29 1.00 1.00

11x17 8.5x14 8.5x11 8.5x11R 5.5x8.5

Automatic Exposure Selection - AES In the Auto mode, AES automatically selects the appropriate exposure level. Manual density selections override AES. Automatic Tray Switching When the selected paper tray becomes empty while copying is in progress, automatic tray switching detects the same copy paper size loaded in another tray to allow copying to be continued without interruption. The Multi Sheet Bypass tray is not included in tray switching.

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Information

Machine Information
Automatic Modes & Settings
Auto Reset When the copier remains inactive for a specified period of time after copying is completed, Auto Reset automatically resets the copier to the initial machine settings described in Section 5, unless the Finisher was used for the copying job. This ensures that a Finisher job will not be prematurely interrupted. The Auto Reset interval can be set for 1 or 2 minutes. Initially, Auto Reset is inactive, but it can be made active by your service representative. Auto Shut-Off When the copier remains inactive in the Ready mode for a specified period of time, Auto Shut-Off can be used to automatically shut power off for safety. The Auto Shut-Off interval can be set for 2, 6, or 10 minutes. Auto Shut-Off is inactive (set to None) initially, and it can be activated by your service representative. Auto Start Print For copying selections that are made during the warm up period or while lens adjustment is being performed, and the Start Print key is pressed, the Start Print function can be set to enable copying to begin as soon as the copier reaches the Ready state. Power Saver Mode To activate Power Saver, press the Power Saver button. If the copier remains in Power Saver mode for more than 1, 2, or 3 hours, Auto Shut Off will occur. Initial setting is 1 hour. To change the setting, contact your service representative. To release Power Saver, press any button except Start Print. Power Saver light will go off. Initial Settings
Unless changed by service, the following initial settings will be active after power up: Print Quantity 1 Finisher (if installed as option) Magnification ratio 1:1 Automatic Paper Selection (APS) Automatic Exposure Selection (AES) Document Feeder (ADF) Copy mode 1-1

Special Keys STOP/CLEAR stops continuous copying. RECALL displays the selected print quantity for a few seconds while copying is in progress. INTERRUPT stops copying in progress to allow temporary copying from the platen glass. AUTO restores initial settings.

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Information

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Machine Information
Paper Specifications
PAPER SIZE Platen Glass 11x17 max. PAPER CAPACITY 1 sheet book 15lb (6.8 kg); 1.2 in. (30mm) 50 sheets 20 lb Bond 25 sheets in Staple Sort Mode 50 sheets 20 lb Bond 500 sheets 20 lb Bond

RADF (document feeder) 20~24 lb Original Exit Tray Paper Tray 1 20 lb~24 lb Paper Tray 2 20 lb~24 lb Paper Tray 3 20 lb~24 lb Paper Tray 4 20 lb~24 lb Multi Sheet Bypass 16 lb~32 lb Non-Stack ADU 20 lb~24 lb FS-102 Finisher 17 lb~21 lb Non-Sort mode Sort mode

11x17~5.5x8.5*

11x17~5.5x8.5 11x17~5.5x8.5 universal 11x17~5.5x8.5 fixed at 8.5x11R 8.5x11 fixed 8.5x11 or 8.5x11/R fixed at 8.5x11 11x17~5.5x8.5

500 sheets 20 lb Bond

1,000 sheets 20 lb Bond

1,500 sheets 20 lb Bond

Stack 150 sheets 20 lb Bond Stack up to 20 cover sheets 32 lb Single feed OHP Film Non-Stack 20 lb~24 lb Bond

11x17~8.5x11R

Capacities stated for 20 lb Bond 11x17~8.5x11/R 11x17~8.5x11/R 750 sheets 8.5x11 500 sheets all other sizes 500 sheets 8.5x11 250 sheets all other sizes 625 sheets 8.5x11 500 sheets other sizes 500 sheets 8.5x11 250 sheets other sizes

Staple Sort mode Group mode

11x17~8.5x11/R 11x17~8.5x11/R NOTE: (*) not detected by APS

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Machine Information
Paper Specifications
PAPER SIZE FS-103 Finisher 16 lb~24 lb Non-Sort mode 11x17~5..5x8.5R 500 sheets 5.5x 8.5R 2000 sheets 8.5x11, 8.5x11R 1500 sheets 11x17, 8.5x14 500 sheets 5.5x 8.5R 2000 sheets 8.5x11, 8.5x11R 1500 sheets 11x17, 8.5x14 500 sheets 5.5x 8.5R 2000 sheets 8.5x11, 8.5x11R 1500 sheets 11x17, 8.5x14 1000 sheets* 11x17, 8.5x14, 8.5x11/R *: Variable according to the number of pages to be stapled. See the table below. 200 sheets PAPER CAPACITY Capacities stated for 20 lb Bond

Sort mode

11x17~5.5x8.5R

Group mode

11x17~5.5x8.5R

Staple Sort mode

11x17~8.5x11/R

Printer mode

11x17~5.5x8.5R

Paper Capacity for Staple-sort mode of FS-103 Finisher (for the same size only) 11"x17 No. of copies 2~9 10~20 21~30 31~40 41~50 2/Clinch 50 sets 15 30 25 20 1/Clinch 100 sets 30 30 25 20 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11"/R 2/Clinch 100 sets 50 30 25 20 1/Clinch 100 sets 50 30 25 20

Service can set the copier to stop copying when the number of copies exceeds the above capacity. Contact your service representative.

CAUTION: To prevent mishandled paper when the specified print quantity exceeds the stated limit, remove the copied paper from the finisher as the paper is exiting. Machine Information 3-13

Section 4: Basic Operations


How to Make A Basic Copy 4-2
Using the Platen Glass Book Copy Mode Non-Image Area Erase Mode Using the Document Feeder

Output Modes 4-6


Non-Sort Mode Sort Mode Staple Sort Mode for FS-102 Finisher Staple Sort Mode for FS-103 Finisher Group Mode

Interrupt Mode 4-12 Copy Size 4-13 Copy Density 4-14


How to Change Copy Density How to Program Density 1 and Density 2

Magnification 4-16
Preset and Zoom Modes How to Program A User Set Ratio How to Select A User Set Ratio How to Adjust Vertical/Horizontal Zoom

Duplex Copying 4-19


1-2, 2-2, 2-1 Copy Modes

Photo/Text Enhance 4-20 Using the Multi Sheet Bypass 4-21 Thin/Thick Mode 4-22

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Basic Operations
How to Make a Basic Copy
Using the Platen Glass Original Size Max. original size: 11"x17" (ledger) ^
Raise the document cover Position an original by aligning at left Position an opened book by centering it on the glass

Use the platen glass for books, or for originals that cannot be fed through the document feeder due to size, weight, thickness, condition, etc. APS detects size 11"x17" (ledger), 8.5"x14" (legal), 8.5"x11" (portrait letter), and 8.5" x 11"R (landscape letter).

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Raise the document cover, and place original face down along the left measuring guide. See next page for book copying procedure. Gently close the document cover. If the document cover cannot be closed completely, use Non-Image Area Erase mode to prevent black marks from being copied due to the exposed glass area. Make setting selections for Copy Size, Copy Mode, Output, and Print Quantity (see details in this section). If copy size is selected manually, an appropriate ratio will be selected automatically.

NOTE:

If password entry is required, a message prompts you to enter a 5 digit password using the keypad. If your copy limit is reached, contact the key operator to reset the limit.
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Typical Platen Glass Originals

Curled, creased or folded originals

Paste-ups or cut-outs

Books

Glossy or transparent (OHP) film, art paper, cellophane

Folded, punched or stapled originals

Thin or thick originals

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Basic

Operations

Basic Operations
How to Make A Basic Copy
Using the Platen Glass Book Copy Mode Use Book Copy to copy an open book, magazine, large sheet, or two letter originals, placed side by side, onto letter sheets. In 1-1 mode, copy each page of an open book onto separate letter size sheets. In 1-2 mode, copy both pages of an open book onto one letter size sheet in duplex mode. Book placement: Face down and centered on platen glass Original size: 11"x17" (ledger) Copy paper size: 8.5"x11" (letter)
Unavailable with the document feeder, bypass tray, group mode, changing magnification (preset, User Set, zoom, V/H zoom), APS, AMS, repeat image, fold erasure, image shift, reduce & shift, very high mode, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt. Sheet
BOOK COPY

1-1 mode Book Position sheet or book on glass 2 1 Simplex copy result

1-2 mode 1 2 Duplex copy result

center Original
/\

Select mode

/\

Press the Book Copy key to illuminate Book copy mode. 1-1 copy mode is automatically selected. Select 1-2 mode, if the duplex mode is desired. Make other compatible copying selections, as required, then select 8.5"x11" (letter) copy paper from tray 1, 2, 3, or 4. Option: If the overall original book or sheet is less than ledger size (11"x17"), select Non-Image Area Erase to prevent the exposed glass area from being copied.

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Raise the document feeder cover. Center the book or sheet with the arrow on the platen glass. Gently close the document cover so that it rests over the original only by its own weight. Press the SET/F 1 key to start scanning the original. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all originals are scanned. Use the keypad to enter print quantity, and press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.
Basic Operations 4-3

Basic Operations
How to Make A Basic Copy
Using the Platen Glass

Non-Image Area Erase Mode The Non-Image Area Erase mode is used to copy non standard or special originals, such as books, magazines, paste-ups, graphs, thin or thin materials, etc. from the platen glass. The exposed glass area outside the borders of the original will not be copied. This mode helps to preserve the condition of originals; improves copy quality, and eliminates unnecessary toner consumption. Keep the document cover open throughout the procedure.

Unavailable with the document feeder, group mode, 1-2 mode, 2-2 mode, 2-1 mode, frame/fold erasure, reverse image, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, booklet, and mixed original.

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Open the RADF (document cover).

Position the original face down on the glass, aligning it to the left measuring guide scale.
DO NOT CLOSE THE DOCUMENT FEEDER.

(If the document cover is lowered more than half way non-image area erase cannot be selected.) 3 4 Press Non-Image Area Erase to illuminate the mode. Make other required copying selections, and enter print quantity using the keypad.

Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

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Operations

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NON-IMAGE AREA ERASE

Basic Operations
How to Make A Basic Copy
Using the Document Feeder Use the document feeder to automatically feed up to 50 originals in any copy mode. Original orientation (short edge-long edge) should match the copy paper orientation. Originals: 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5" x 11"R, or 5.5"x8.5" * / 20 lb~24 lb Bond
NOTE: (*) 5.5"x8.5" not detected by APS.
Auxiliary original feed table:
Loads opened when copying the A4R or above size originals.

Original guides:
Protects fales insert of the originals by aligning them.

Paper exit cover:


Places the removed originals collectively.

Positioning large originals

Original feed table:


Loads the originals.

Document Feeder Components

Original exit tray:


Receives fed originals.

Reverse cover:
Opens the cover and removes the misfed original.

Positioning originals

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Before placing originals in the tray, be sure the document cover is closed fully. Place originals face down, while adjusting paper guides to the paper size. Place two-sided originals with page one face down. If necessary, open the tray extension to support large originals. Make selections for Copy Size, Copy Mode, Output, and Print Quantity (see details in this section). If copy size is selected manually, an appropriate ratio will be selected automatically.

NOTE:

If password entry is required, a message prompts you to enter a 5 digit password using the keypad. If your copy limit is reached, contact the key operator to reset the limit.
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Originals unsuited for the document feeder

Curled, creased or folded originals

Paste-ups or cut-outs

Books

Glossy or transparent (OHP) film, art paper, cellophane

Folded, punched or stapled originals

Thin or thick originals

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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Non-Sort Mode The non-sort mode simply means that the offset-stacker Finisher modes are not selected. Copies will be stacked upon exit without being offset by sets. FS-102 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~8.5"x11/"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 750 sheets 8.5"x11" 500 sheets all other sizes FS-103 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 500 sheets 5.5"x8.5"R 2000 sheets 8.5"x11"/R 1500 sheets 11"x17", 8.5"x14"

To use the non-sort mode, be sure the Sort, Staple, & Group indicator lights, located above the Output key, are off. Position originals, and make copying selections, as required. Press Start Print to begin copying in non-sort mode. Copies will exit face up, with the page heading toward the front of the copier.

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CAUTION:

To prevent mishandled paper when the specified print quantity exceeds the stated limit, remove thecopied paper from the finisher as the paper is exiting.
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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Sort Mode The Sort mode is available when the offset-stacker Finisher is installed. Use this mode when you want to output multiple copies of the original set, and have each set offset upon exit. The staple mode can be selected with the sort mode. Each copied set will be offset in the stacker tray. FS-102 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~8.5"x11/"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 750 sheets 8.5"x11" 500 sheets all other sizes FS-103 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 500 sheets 5.5"x8.5"R 2000 sheets 8.5"x11"/R 1500 sheets 11"x17", 8.5"x14"

If the Sort mode is not already illuminated on the operation panel, press the Output key to select and illuminate the Sort mode. Position originals in the document feeder tray, and make copying selections as required. Press Start Print.

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CAUTION:

When the finisher capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets while the paper is exiting; otherwise mishandled paper will occur.
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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Staple Sort Mode for FS-102 Finisher The Staple Sort mode is available when the offset-stacker Finisher is installed. Use this mode when you want to offset and staple each copied set.

Each finished set will be offset from the next copied set. Paper size: 11x17~8.5x11/R Paper capacity for 20 lb Bond: 625 sheets 8.5x11 500 sheets other sizes Staple capacity: 25 sheets 17 lb Bond

If both Staple and Sort modes are not already illuminated on the operation panel, press the Output key to select and illuminate Staple and Sort. Position originals in the document feeder tray, and make copying selections as required. Press Start Print.
CAUTION:

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When the finisher capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets while the paper is exiting; otherwise mishandled paper will occur.
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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Staple Sort Mode for FS-103 Finisher The Staple-Sort mode is available when the offset-stacker Finisher is installed. Use this mode when you want to offset and staple each copied set.
Message 1 STAPLE-UPPER LEFT FOR 8.5X11

ORIGINAL FACE DOWN

STAPLED PAPER
10mm 3mm

10mm 3mm

Message 1 STAPLE-UPPER LEFT FOR 8.5X11R / 11X17


10mm 3mm

10mm 3mm

Message 2 STAPLES-LEFT SIDE FOR 8.5X11 / 11X17

10mm 3mm

91.6mm 3mm 91.6mm 3mm

10mm 3mm

91.6mm 3mm 91.6mm 3mm

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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Staple Sort Mode for FS-103 Finisher (continued) Each finished set will be offset from the next copied set. Paper Size: Paper Capacity: Staple Capacity: Staple Position: 11"x17"~8.5"x11"/R 1000 sheets 20 lb Bond (see Note 1) 50 sheets 20 lb Bond (5.0mm thick or less) (see Note 2) Portrait; top left corner (slant clinch) Landscape; top left corner (slant clinch) Portrait; 2 places on the left side (parallel clinch)

NOTES: 1. Variable according to the number of pages to be stapled. See p. 3-13 for details. 2. Staple sheet capacity is changeable and may be set to 45, 40, or 30.

If both Staple and Sort modes are not already illuminated on the operation panel, press the Output key to select and illuminate Staple and Sort. Press the F2 button to select the staple position. Each time the button is pressed, the displayed message changes as follows: 1 STAPLE-UPPER LEFT FOR 8.5X11 1 STAPLE-UPPER LEFT FOR 8.5X11R/11X17 2 STAPLES-LEFT SIDE FOR 8.5X11/11X17

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Position originals in the document feeder tray, and make copying selections as required. Press Start Print.

CAUTION:

When the finisher capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets while the paper is exiting; otherwise mishandled paper will occur.
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Basic Operations
Output Modes
Group Mode The Group mode is available when the offset-stacker Finisher is installed. Use this mode when you want to group together multiple copies of each original, and offset the sets upon exit. Grouped sets cannot be stapled.

FS-102 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~8.5"x11/"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 750 sheets 8.5"x11" 500 sheets all other sizes

FS-103 Finisher Paper Size: 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"R Paper Capacity for 20 lb Bond: 500 sheets 5.5"x8.5"R 2000 sheets 8.5"x11"/R 1500 sheets 11"x17", 8.5"x14"

If the Group mode is not already illuminated on the operation panel, press the Output key to select and illuminate the Group mode. Position originals in the document feeder tray, and make copying selections as required. Press Start Print.

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CAUTION:

When the finisher capacity is exceeded due to the print quantity selected, remove the copied sets while the paper is exiting; otherwise mishandled paper will occur.
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Basic Operations
Interrupt Mode
Press the Interrupt button to stop copying in progress to perform copying from the platen glass. When Interrupt copying is completed, settings of the previous job are displayed. The original job can be resumed by pressing Start Print. Interrupt settings: Print Quantity 1, Magnification 1.00, AES, very high resolution
Unavailable with the document feeder, finisher, 1-2 mode, 2-2 mode, 2-1 mode, duplex copying using platen glass, APS, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, proof copy, image/chapter insertion, platen memory, book copy, booklet, image shift/reduce & shift, job memory.

Press Interrupt to stop copying the current job. A document in the RADF will exit. Other documents may be left on the tray. Remove any document from the glass, if present. Position a new original on the glass. Close the document cover. If the cover cannot be closed completely, you may use the Non-Image Area Erase mode to reduce toner consumption. Select copying functions that are compatible with the Interrupt mode. Press Start Print. When Interrupt copying is completed, remove the original from the glass. If required, position the original document on the platen glass, and close document cover. Press Start Print to restore the settings of the original job. The original job will be resumed automatically.

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Basic Operations
Copy Size
When an original is automatically fed from the document feeder or manually placed on the platen glass, a sensor detects the original size, and automatic paper selection selects the paper size. You may use the Copy Size key to select a paper size that is different from the original size or to select the Special mode for using the Multi Sheet Bypass tray. When a different paper size is selected, APS (Automatic Paper Selection) goes off, and AMS (Automatic Magnification Selection) applies an appropriate ratio to prevent image loss. When the Special Multi Sheet Bypass tray is selected, a message prompts you to load copy paper in the tray. Unless a ratio adjustment is selected manually, a 1:1 ratio will be used. When bypass copying is completed, the message will continue to prompt you to load paper in the bypass tray. After selecting Copy Size manually, be sure to press Auto after copying is completed, to reset the machine for the next user.
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COPY SIZE

Press the Copy Size button to select a specific paper size or to select the Multi Sheet (stack) Bypass tray.

NOTES: 1. When trays are supplied with paper, indicator lights remain on. 2. When trays are empty, indicator lights go off. 3. When an empty tray is selected, the indicator light flashes, and a message prompts you to load the paper size for which the tray is configured.

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Basic Operations
Copy Density
When Copy Density arrow keys are pressed, the AES light goes off. Use the arrow keys to select the desired manual density level, from the 7 levels available. If desired, the selected density can be programmed under Density 1 or Density 2. How to Select Copy Density Manually When the original is too light, select a darker density level. When the original is too dark, select a lighter density level. 1 2 3 Press the up or down Copy Density arrow key to select the desired density level. Continue pressing the key to select the desired density from the 7 available levels. When all settings are made, press Start Print.

Density 2 Density 1 LIGHTER

NORMAL

DARKER

COPY DENSITY

Press the up or down arrow key to select the desired density level

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Basic Operations
Copy Density
How to Program Density 1 and Density 2 Use this feature to output up to 4 pages that show all 16 density levels, from lightest to darkest divisions of manual density, and select the density you want to program under Density 1 and Density 2. Each page displays 4 density samples numbered from 1~16, as shown below.
Sample 1 Sample 2 Sample 3 Sample 4

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16

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Place the original on the platen glass. To program Density 1, press the down Copy Density arrow key while pressing [P]. To program Density 2, press the up Copy Density arrow key while pressing [P].

Density 2 Density 1 LIGHTER

NORMAL

DARKER

Press Start Print to output the first sample sheet. Press Start Print to output each subsequent sample sheet. Select the desired density, and note the number.
COPY DENSITY

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To program the density, use the keypad to enter the number identifying the sample. Enter zero before a single-digit number. If an incorrect entry is made, press Stop/Clear, then enter the correct value. Press SET/F1 to complete the program.

Basic Operations 4- 15

Basic Operations
Magnification
Preset and Zoom Modes Press Lens Mode to illuminate the Preset or Zoom mode, then press the up or down Magnification arrow key to change the current ratio. Preset Ratios: 0.50, 0.65, 0.77, 1.00, 1.29, 1.55, 2.00 Zoom Ratios: 0.50~4.00, selectable in 1% increments.
Unavailable with AMS, Vertical/Horizontal Zoom, Image Shift/Reduce & Shift, Book Copy

1 2

Press Lens Mode to illuminate Preset or Zoom and display the current ratio. Press the Up or Down Magnification arrow, as required, to display the desired ratio. The selected ratio will be displayed in the ratio window. When all required selections are made, press Start Print.

NOTES: 1. Using Preset mode, APS performs by automatically selecting the appropriate copy paper. 2. Using Zoom mode, pressing the up or down Magnification arrow for the first 3 seconds allows the ratio to change in 1% increments. After 3 seconds, the ratio changes in increments of 10%.

To quickly select the 0.50 ratio, simultaneously press [P] and the down arrow key . To quickly select the 4.00 ratio, simultaneously press P and the up arrow key .

User Set 2 User Set 1

Press the up or down arrow key to change the current ratio.


MAGNIFICATION

ZOOM PRESET

LENS MODE

Press Lens Mode to illuminate Preset or Zoom.

4-16 Basic Operations

Basic Operations
Magnification
How to Program A User Set Ratio Program a frequently-used ratio under User Set 1 or User Set 2. The stored ratio remains available until it is reprogrammed. 1 2 Press the Magnification up arrow key to select the User Set to be programmed. While pressing [P], also press Lens Mode. The current User Set ratio displays, along with the following messages:
SET USER PRESET BY KEYPAD PRESS [P] TO SET [STOP] TO CLEAR

Use the keypad to enter the desired ratio. To clear an incorrect entry, press [STOP], then enter the correct ratio. Press [P] to store the ratio. The appropriate User Set indicator light will go on. Use the ratio for the job at hand, or press Auto to restore the machine for the next job. The User Set ratio displays after the 2.00 Preset ratio (see below).

How to Select A User Set Ratio 1 2 Press Lens Mode to illuminate Preset. Press the up Magnification arrow until the desired User Set ratio is displayed. User Set ratios display after the 2.00 Preset ratio. Make other copying selections, as required, then press Start Print.

User Set 2 User Set 1 ZOOM

To reach a stored User Set ratio, press the up arrow key while in Preset mode.

PRESET

MAGNIFICATION

LENS MODE

To access the User Set program mode, press Lens Mode while pressing [P] on the keypad. Basic Operations 4- 17

Basic Operations
Magnification
How to Adjust Vertical/Horizontal Zoom Use the Vertical/Horizontal Zoom mode to reduce or enlarge vertical and horizontal dimensions, independently. The horizontal arrow represents the width across the page. The vertical arrow represents the length down the page.

User Set 2 User Set 1 ZOOM

Vertical/Horizontal Zoom key

Press the up or down arrow key to select a ratio.

PRESET

MAGNIFICATION

LENS MODE

Press the vertical/horizontal arrow key. The horizontal arrow indicator light goes on. Press a Magnification arrow key to select a horizontal ratio. Press the vertical/horizontal arrow key again to illuminate the vertical indicator. If desired, press a Magnification arrow key to select a vertical ratio. When ratio settings are completed for one or both dimensions, press Start Print.

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NOTE: Pressing the up or down Magnification arrow for the first 3 seconds allows the ratio to change in 1% increments. After 3 seconds, the ratio changes in increments of 10%.

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Basic Operations
Duplex Copying
Place originals in the document feeder tray with page 1 face down, i.e., the last page of the document is on top. Original documents: Max. 50 sheets 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R 1-Sided to 2-Sided Mode Use the simplex to duplex mode to copy single-sided originals onto both sides of the copy paper. 1 2 3 4 Place originals in the document feeder tray with page one face down, and adjust guides. Select 1-2 Copy Mode. Select other compatible functions, as required. Press Start Print.

One-sided Originals

to

Two-sided Copies

2-Sided to 2-Sided Mode Use the duplex to duplex mode to copy two-sided originals onto both sides of the copy paper. 1 2 3 4 Place originals in the document feeder tray with page one face down, and adjust guides. Select 2-2 Copy Mode. Select other compatible functions, as required. Press Start Print.

Two-sided Originals

to

Two-sided Copies

2-Sided to 1-Sided Mode Use the duplex to simplex mode to copy two-sided originals onto one side of the copy paper.
1 2 1 2

1 2 3 4

Place originals in the document feeder tray with page one face down, and adjust guides. Select 2-1 Copy Mode. Select other compatible functions, as required. Press Start Print.

Two-sided Originals

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One-sided Copies

Basic Operations 4- 19

Basic Operations
Photo/Text Enhance
Use the Photo mode to enhance photo images, and use the Text mode to enhance text images. The normal default setting is adequate for most copying.

Use Photo mode to enhance photo image TEXT IMAGE

Use the Text mode to enhance complicated text image

Text ENHANCE Photo

Press to illuminate Photo mode or Text mode

1 2

Place original on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass. Press the Photo/Text Enhance key to select either the Photo or Text mode. Select print quantity, and output mode. Press Start Print. After copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore the settings.

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Basic Operations
Using the Multi Sheet Bypass Tray
The Bypass tray can be used to stack regular 20 lb~24 lb Bond paper, or it can be used in the single-sheet mode to copy 16 lb thin stock or 32 lb thick stock. Bypass paper size: 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" Bypass paper weight range: 16 lb~32 lb Bypass paper capacity: Stack 16 lb~32 lb Bond (up to 150 sheets 20 lb) Bypass OHP film capacity: 1 sheet

SPECIAL

Thin STOCK Heavy

COPY SIZE

option

1 After placing originals face down on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass, press the Copy Size key to illuminate Special. 2 Press the bypass located on the right side of the copier to open the bypass tray. 3 When copying onto large size paper, pull out the extension tray to support large formats. 4 When copying onto thick or thin stock, press the key to illuminate Thick or Thin mode, then enter Print Quantity and make other compatible copying selections, as required. When copying onto OHP film, print quantity is automatically set to 1. 5 Insert copy paper while adjusting the paper guides to the paper size. Insert OHP film one sheet at a time; or, stack paper, up to 150 sheets 20 lb Bond. 6 Press Start Print. 7 When copying is completed, close the bypass tray, then press the Auto key to restore settings.

Basic Operations 4-21

Basic Operations
Thin/Thick Mode
Use the Thin/Thick Mode when copying onto thin or thick Bond 16 lb~ 32 lb, or OHP Film. Stack thin or thick Bond paper into the Bypass tray, and single feed OHP film.
Unavailable with OHP interleave.

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Thin STOCK Heavy

Press to illuminate thick or thin mode

COPY SIZE

1 After placing originals face down on the document feeder or platen glass, press the Copy Size key to illuminate Special for the Multi Sheet Bypass tray. 2 Press the bypass door on the right side of the copier, and open the bypass tray. 3 When copying onto large size paper, pull out the extension tray to support large formats. 4 When copying onto thick or thin stock, press the key to illuminate Thick or Thin mode, then enter Print Quantity, and make other compatible copying selections, as required. 5 Insert copy paper while adjusting the paper guides to the paper size. Insert thick or thin stock, one sheet at a time. 6 Press Start Print. 7 When copying is completed, close the bypass tray, then press the Auto key to restore settings.

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Section 5: Special Modes


Copying Mixed Originals 5-2 Resolution & Image Quality 5-3
High Mode Very High Mode

Using Platen Memory 5-4 Job Memory 5-5


Job Program Job Recall

Sheet Insertion 5-7


Blank or Copy Sheet Insertion Blank or Copy Cover Insertion

Chapter Insertion 5-10 Image Insertion 5-12 OHP Interleave 5-14 Proof Copy 5-15 Image Shift and Reduce & Shift 5-16
1-1, 1-2, 2-2, 2-1 Copy Modes

Frame & Fold Erasure 5-21 Repeat Image 5-23 Reverse Image 5-25 Booklet 5-26
2-In-1 Simplex Mode 4-In-1 Duplex Mode

Using A Memory Card 5-28

Special Modes
Copying Mixed Originals
Use the Mixed Original mode with the document feeder to copy ledger (11"x17"), legal (8.5"x14"), and letter size (8.5"x11") originals together in APS or AMS mode.
Unavailable with platen glass, bypass tray, V/H zoom, non-image area erase, repeat image, frame/fold erasure, image shift/reduce & shift, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, platen memory, and interrupt. Ledger/legal (landscape) | | Letter | (portrait) | Feeding 11" | | edge | | ----------17"---------- |

MIXED ORIGINAL

Ledger/ledger Letter Press

Before using the Mixed Original mode, be sure the document feeder cover is closed completely. 1 Arrange originals in order, and place them as described below: Place 11"x17"/8.5"x14" originals face down or side 1 down in the document feeder, in landscape orientation, i.e., with short edge feeding. Position 8.5"x11"size in portrait orientation, i.e., with long edge feeding. Open the document feeder tray extension to support ledger size. Insert originals into the feeder, while adjusting the paper guides. If required, press the Auto key to clear previous settings. Press the Mixed Original key. The indicator light will go on. If Copy Size is not selected, APS will select paper to match each original. If Copy Size is selected, AMS will apply an appropriate ratio for the selected copy size. 6 7 Make other compatible selections, as required. Select Print Quantity, then press Start Print. After copying, press the Auto key to restore settings.

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5-2 Special Modes

Special Modes
Resolution and Image Quality
Image quality in the normal default mode is adequate for most copying needs. Special modes are available for jobs that require enhanced image quality, as for complex text or graphic images, or high quality photos, etc. High Mode High resolution sharpens the image more than the normal mode, but uses more memory than the normal default mode. Fewer originals can be copied at one time. 1 Place original on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass.
Very High High

2 Press the key to illuminate the High resolution mode. 3 Make other compatible selections, then press Start Print. After copying, use the mode key or Auto key to turn the mode off.

Very High Mode Very High resolution is used for high quality photo output, and uses no memory.
Unavailable with staple sort, sort, duplex copying, image shift/shift & reduce, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, platen memory, or proof copy.

1 Place original on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass.


Very High High

2 Press the key to illuminate the Very High resolution mode. 3 Make other compatible selections, then press Start Print. After copying, use the mode key or Auto key to turn the mode off.

Special Modes 5-3

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Special Modes
Using Platen Memory
Platen Memory

Platen Memory allows you to scan multiple originals from the platen glass, then set the desired copy conditions and output the complete set. Use Platen Memory for originals that cannot be fed through the document feeder due to thickness, size or condition. When scanning thick originals that require keeping the document cover open, select Non-Image Area Erase to prevent exposure of the glass area around the border of the original. This feature ensures a clean copy result, and reduces toner consumption. The Non-Image Area Erase mode releases after the original for which it is selected is scanned. Additional images may be scanned.
Unavailable with document feeder, bypass tray, Group mode, APS, AMS, repeat image, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, image shift, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, interrupt.

(Before scan)

(After scan) READY TO COPY - MEM alternating displays COPY KEY : START SET KEY : SCAN

1 Press P fC

READY TO COPY - MEM

SET / F 1

SET KEY

: SCAN

3 Press SET

2 Place original

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Press the Platen Memory key to illuminate the mode. Open the document cover.

Place original face down on the platen glass, then close the document cover. Press the SET/F1 key to scan the original into memory. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until all originals are scanned. The number of originals scanned should not exceed the Finisher capacity. Make required copying selections, and select 1-1 or 1-2 copy mode. Enter Print Quantity, using the keypad. Press Start Print.

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NOTE If an incompatible function is selected with Platen Memory, a Caution message displays.

5-4 Special Modes

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Special Modes
Job Memory
Unavailable with the interrupt mode. Place original on glass or RADF

Use this mode to program up to ten frequently used jobs in memory. A programmed job can be recalled by the job number under which it was stored (see next page to Recall a job).

Program JOB MEMORY Recall

Press to illuminate Job Program

Job Program 1 2 3

Position original(s) on glass or document feeder. Make copying selections, as required.

Press the Job Memory key to illuminate the Program mode.


JOB MEMORY REGISTER MODE YOU CAN SELECT FROM 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (if a No. is not programmed) PLEASE ENTER # (0~9)

Use the keypad to select an available Job # (see Note).


JOB MEMORY # AVAILABLE JOB MEMORY # REGISTERED

Press Start Print.

Press Auto to clear the Job Memory mode.

NOTES: 1 Copying conditions programmed in Job #9 can be set by service to be recalled when power is turned ON or when Auto is pressed. If desired, contact your Konica service representative. 2 If you enter a Job # that has already been used to store a job, you can press [P] to rewrite it for the current job selec tion, or you can press [STOP] to enter another Job #. Special Modes 5-5

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Special Modes
Job Memory
Job Recall
Unavailable with the interrupt mode. Place original on glass or RADF

Program JOB MEMORY Recall

Press to illuminate Job Recall

1 2

Position original(s) on glass or document feeder.

Press the Job Memory key to illuminate the Recall mode.


JOB MEMORY RECALL MODE YOU CAN SELECT FROM 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (if all No. are programmed) PLEASE ENTER # (0~9)

Use the keypad to enter a Job No.


PRESS "P" TO SET CHANGE # BY KEYPAD

4 5

Press [P] to confirm the Job Recall No.

Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

5-6 Special Modes

Special Modes
Sheet Insertion
Use the Sheet Insertion mode to insert blank or copied slip sheets at user-specified locations, or to create blank or copied front and back covers. Place originals in the document feeder and load insert sheets as designated below. Insert sheets must be the same size as the regular copy sheets. Use each insert mode separately. Blank Mode: Insert blank sheets from tray 1 after the page number specified. Blank Mode: Insert blank cover sheets from the Multi Sheet Bypass tray. Copy Mode: Copy and insert sheets from tray 1 as the page numbers specified. Copy Mode: Copy and insert front & back covers from the Multi Sheet Bypass tray.
Cover INSERT

er elow)

Press to select insert mode Bypass (load up to 20 cover sheets of 32 lb Bond) Use tray 2, 3, or 4 for regular copy paper Blank sheets Place originals face down in document feeder Blank Fr.&Bk.Covers Copy/insert Sheets Copy/insert Covers

Use Tray 1 for slip sheets

Tips:
Use colored insert sheets for design purposes. When insert sheets are not loaded in tray 1, the following message displays: PLEASE LOAD PAPER IN TRAY 1 When the same paper size of tray 1 is not loaded in tray 2, 3, or 4, the following message displays: LOAD [8.5X11] PAPER IN TRAY 2, 3 OR 4 (Paper size must be compatible with tray configuration requirements.) When the page number specified is larger than the total original count, the sheet is inserted as the last page. Insertions occur in sequence, even if page numbers are entered out of sequence. When an incorrect page number is entered, press Stop/Clear, then enter the correct page number. When copying in 1-2 mode, the total original count must be an even number because two originals are copied to one copy sheet. If the count is odd, an extra sheet is inserted automatically. If the finisher capacity is exceeded due to the Print Quantity selected, remove the copied sets while the paper is exiting to prevent mishandled paper.

Special Modes 5-7

Special Modes
Sheet Insertion
Blank or Copy Sheet Insertion In the blank mode, a blank sheet is inserted after the specified page number. In the copy mode, a copied sheet is inserted as the specified page number 3, replacing the regular copy paper.
Unavailable with platen glass, bypass tray, group mode, APS, non-image area erase, repeat image, fold erasure, reverse image, very high resolution, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt. Blank Sheet Insertion
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Copy Sheet Insertion


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SURVEYORS REPORT

2 SURVEYORS 1 REPORT

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23 SURVEYORS 1 REPORT

23 SURVEYORS 1 REPORT

Original
Original Copies

Copies

1 2

Load paper as described on p. 5-7, and load originals in document feeder. Press the Insert key once to select the desired sheet insertion mode. Insertion paper size and regular copy paper size must be compatible. The AMS mode and the Sort function are automatically selected.

3 4 5 6

Use the keypad to enter the page number insertions (up to 7 page numbers). Press SET/F1 after each entry. When all pages have been entered, press SET/F1 again. Select Print Quantity. Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press Auto key to restore settings.

5-8 Special Modes

Special Modes
Sheet Insertion
Blank or Copy Cover Insertion In blank mode, front & back covers are inserted without copying. In copy mode, front & back covers are copied to match the first and last original pages, and then inserted.
Unavailable with 1-2, 2-2, platen glass, group mode, APS, non-image area erase, repeat image, fold erasure, reverse image, very high resolution, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt. Blank Fr. & Bk. Covers
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Copied Fr. & Bk. Covers


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2 SURVEYORS 1 REPORT

34

23 SURVEYORS 1 REPORT

REPORT

Original

Copies

Original

Copies

1 2 3 4 5

Place originals in the document feeder tray. Load up to (20) 32 lb Bond cover sheets in the Multi Sheet Bypass. Press the Insert key to select the desired Fr. & Bk. cover insertion mode. Press Copy Size to select the same copy paper size as the cover paper in the Bypass. Enter Print Quantity. The Sort function of the Finisher is automatically selected. Enter the appropriate Print Quantity amount. If max. Print Quantity is exceeded, the entry automatically changes to the maximum. Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

Special Modes 5-9

Special Modes
Chapter Insertion
Chapter Insert is used with the document feeder in 1-2 mode for the purpose of locating title pages on the right side, rather than reverse side, of a duplex copy. To effectively locate the title page on the right, a blank sheet will be created on the reverse side of a sheet automatically, if required. Up to 7 title pages can be designated by page number.

Originals 1-sided p.1 designated p.4 designated blank Copies Sample copy result when p 1 and 4 are designated for chapterization

chapter front page

chapter front page

Unavailable with Chapter Insert: platen glass, sheet bypass tray, group mode, 1-1 mode, 2-2 mode, 2-1 mode, non-image area erase, repeat image, frame/fold erasure, image shift, reduce & shift, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt mode.

5-10 Special Modes

Special Modes
Chapter Insertion (continued)
1 2 With cover closed completely, place originals face down on the document feeder tray. Press the Chapter/Image Insert key to select the chapterization mode. The 1-2 mode is automatically selected, and the following messages will be displayed:
CHAPTERIZATION MODE SELECT PAGE NUMBERS

Use the keypad to enter the page number(s), odd or even, to designate which pages you want to appear on the front side of copies in the finished set.
SELECT PAGE NUMBERS 4/

Press the SET/F1 key. To clear an incorrect entry, press Stop/Clear, then enter the correct page number when the following message displays:
SELECT PAGE NUMBERS

Repeat this for each page number you want to appear on the right hand side. Be sure to press the SET/F1 key after each page number entry, up to a total of 7 entries.
SELECT PAGE NUMBERS 4/ 7/ 10/ 15/ 20/ 23/ 30

When all entries are made, press the SET/F1 key.


INSERT PAGES CHOSEN 4/ 7/ 10/ 15/ 20/ 23/ 30

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Enter print quantity. Press Start Print. After copying is completed, press the Chapter/Image Insert key or the Auto key to release the mode and reset the machine.

NOTES: 1. The same page number cannot be entered twice. 2. Chapter insertions occur in sequence even if original page numbers are entered out of sequence. 3. When a page number is larger that the total original page count, insertion occurs as the last page of the document.

Special Modes 5-11

Special Modes
Image Insertion
Use the Image Insert mode to combine images that can only be 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.
Unavailable with sheet bypass tray, group mode, APS, AMS, non-image area erase (when using platen glass), repeat image, fold erasure, image shift/reduce & shift, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt.

Selecting insert locations by page number 1 Review pages to be scanned from the document feeder, and note the page number locations for inserting images scanned from the platen glass. To insert more than one sheet at the same location, enter the page number repeatedly. For example, if insertion locations are [3/3/10/20], scanned platen images will be inserted as follows: The first scanned platen image will be inserted after page 3. The second scanned platen image will be inserted after page 3. The third scanned platen image will be inserted after page 10. The fourth scanned platen image will be inserted after page 20. 2 Press the Chapter/Image Insert key to select Image Insert. The Image Insert light should be on. The following messages will be displayed:
PAGE INSERTION MODE SELECT PAGE NUMBERS

Enter up to 7 insertion locations by page number, and press SET/F1 after each entry. When page number is larger that total original count, a sheet is inserted as the last page. Insertions occur in sequence, even if page numbers are entered out of sequence. To clear an incorrect entry, press Stop/Clear, then enter the correct page number.

When all page number entries are made, press SET/F1 again. Entries will be displayed.
SELECT PAGE NUMBERS 3/ 3/ 10/ /14 /20/ 22/ 30 INSERT PAGE CHOSEN 3/ 3/ 10/ 14/ 20/ 22/ 30

5-12 Special Modes

Special Modes
Image Insertion (continued)
Scanning document feeder images 1 2 After completing the procedure on the previous page, position originals face down on the document feeder. Immediately press the SET/F1 key to scan originals. Originals automatically feed to the glass. The Image Insert indicator should be flashing before proceeding with the next step. Otherwise, the Image Insert mode will be released when the document feeder is raised.

Image INSERT Chapter

Scanning platen glass images 1 2 3 4 5 6 With the Image Insert indicator flashing, raise the document cover. Position an original face down on the glass, then carefully close the document feeder. Press SET/F1 to begin scanning. Remove the original, and repeat for each original. Be sure to press SET/F1 for each original. Set copy conditions, and enter print quantity. Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

Image INSERT Chapter

Special Modes 5-13

Special Modes
OHP Interleave
Use the OHP Interleave function in 1-1 or 2-1 mode to copy onto overhead projection transparencies, and output a blank or copied interleaf sheet with each copied transparency. In the blank mode, a blank interleaf sheet is output with each transparency to keep the film material from sticking together. In the copy mode, a copied interleaf sheet is output with each transparency to provide reference during a presentation; a means for photocopying; and a set for filing or inserting into a binder. Originals: In document feeder only OHP (transparencies): Single sheets in Multi Sheet Bypass tray Regular copy paper: In tray 1, 2, 3, or 4
Unavailable with platen glass, sort mode, group mode, staple sort mode, 1-2 mode, 2-2 mode, non-image area erase, repeat image, fold erasure, image shift, reduce & shift, reverse image, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed originals, platen memory, and interrupt.

1 2 3 4 5

Place originals face down in the RADF (document feeder) tray. Load copy paper in tray 1, 2, 3, or 4 to match the size of the transparencies. Press Copy Size to illuminate Special, and open the sheet Bypass tray. Insert one transparency at a time into the sheet bypass tray, and adjust the paper guides. Do not load transparencies into any other tray. Press the OHP Interleave key to illuminate either the OHP blank mode or the OHP copy mode. One of the following messages will be displayed depending on your selection.
OHP MODE
Copy OHP INTERLEAVE Blank

OHP COPY MODE

Msg. when bypass is not open:


PLEASE LOAD OHP SHEET IN BYPASS

Msg. when ready:


READY TO COPY - OHP

Enter a print quantity of 1. The following message displays:


1 SET MAXIMUM IN OHP INTERLEAVE MODE

Press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

5-14 Special Modes

Special Modes
Proof Copy
Use the Proof Copy mode to produce a sample copied set before copying multiple copies. This is a convenient and cost effective way of viewing the results of your copying selections when using book copy or platen memory; or when inserting sheets, covers, images, or chapters. With Proof Copy, all originals are scanned into memory, and only one set is output after you press Start Print. When Start Print is pressed again, the job resumes copying until the job is completed. You may change the Finisher mode, Thin/Thick Stock mode, and Print Quantity before pressing Start Print the second time to complete the job.
Proof Copy is unavailable with group mode, non-image area erase, repeat image, very high resolution, and interrupt (see Note).

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Position originals on the document feeder tray, or on the platen glass Press the Proof Copy key. p Proof Copy The mode light will go on. Make other compatible selections. Press Start Print. After the proof copy is made, the mode indicator light changes to a flashing light. The following messages display alternately:
IF OF PRESS START OR PRESS AUTO TO CLEAR alternate display OK TO CHANGE SORT/ THIN - THICK/ # COPIES

The following copy conditions can be changed at this time: Finisher Sort mode Thin/Thick Stock mode Print quantity If other changes are required, please press the Auto key and start again from Step 1. 5 Press Start Print to copy the required number of sets. When copying is completed, press the Proof Copy key to release the mode, or press Auto.

NOTE: Proof copy is available with Platen Memory, but not with regular use of the platen glass.

Special Modes 5-15

Special Modes
Image Shift and Reduce & Shift
Use the Image Shift mode to create or edit a binding margin on copies. Use Reduce & Shift to also reduce the overall image size when image loss is likely due to the shift amount. Original: Face down on glass or RADF (document feeder) Place paper with page heading or image starting at the top, and with short edge/long edge orientation the same as the copy paper feeding direction. Margin setting: 1mm~50mm in 1mm Steps (1 inch is approximately 25mm) Reduction amount with Reduce & Shift: 11"x17" or 8.5"x14": 3 % reduction 8.5"x11"R: 4 % reduction 8.5"x11" or 5.5"x8.5": 5 % reduction
Unavailable with group mode, change in magnification, V/H zoom, AMS, APS (incompatible only with shift & reduce), AMS, repeat image, very high resolution, frame/fold erasure, OHP Interleave, chapter/image insert, book copy, booklet (incompatible only with image shift), mixed original (incompatible only with shift & reduce), and interrupt.

Image Shift is different for each copy mode. See the following pages for details of each mode.
Press [P] to change the currently displayed shift setting. Use the keypad to enter a new setting in 2 digits. Add zero before a single digit.

w/Reduce IMAGE SHIFT Shift

Press the Image Shift mode key to illuminate Shift or w/Reduce

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Special Modes
Image Shift and Reduce & Shift (continued)
1-1 Copy Mode A left binding margin is created on each copy with Image Shift. With Reduce & Shift, the overall image is reduced by 3~5 percent depending on the shift amount (see details, p. 16).

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p.1
Konica 7050

1-sided originals

Image Shift copy result

w/Reduce & Shift

Select 1-1 copy mode, then press the Image Shift key to illuminate Shift. If image loss is likely, select w/Reduce. The current image shift setting is displayed. To use the setting, proceed to step 5.
FRONT 10MM BACK 10 MM PRESS "P" TO CHANGE

2 3

Press [P] to change the setting.


FRONT SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET

To change the current setting, use the keypad to enter a value from 1~50mm. Enter a zero (0) before a single digit value. (One inch is approximately 25mm)
FRONT SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET (example)

Press the SET/F 1 key. If your entry exceeds 50, 50 mm will be selected automatically. The new binding margin is displayed.
FRONT 15 MM PRESS [P] TO CHANGE

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Press the SET/F 1 key. Place originals on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press Image Shift key to release the mode, or press Auto.

NOTES: 1. Enter a zero before a single digit value. 2. One inch is approximately 25mm.

Special Modes 5-17

Special Modes
Image Shift and Reduce & Shift (continued)
1-2 Copy Mode With Image Shift, a left binding margin is created on the front page, and a right binding margin is created on the reverse page. With Reduce & Shift, the overall image is also reduced by 3~5 percent depending on the shift amount (see details, p. 16).

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1-sided originals

Image Shift copy result

w/Reduce & Shift

Select the 1-2 copy mode, then press the Image Shift key to illuminate Shift. If image loss is likely, select w/Reduce. The current image shift setting is displayed. To use the setting, proceed to step 6.
FRONT 10MM BACK 10 MM PRESS "P" TO CHANGE

2 3 4 5

Press [P] to change the setting for the front page.


FRONT SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET

To change the front page setting, use the keypad to enter a value from 1~50mm.
FRONT SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET BACK SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET (example)

Press the SET/F 1 key. If your entry exceeds 50, 50 mm will be selected automatically. To change the reverse (back) page setting, use the keypad to enter a value from 1~50mm.
BACK SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET BACK 15 MM PRESS [P] TO CHANGE (example)

The new binding margin is displayed. 6 7 Press the SET/F 1 key. Place originals on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press Image Shift key to release the mode, or press Auto.

NOTES: 1. Enter a zero before a single digit value. 2. One inch is approximately 25mm. 5-18 Special Modes

Special Modes
Image Shift and Reduce & Shift (continued)
2-2 Copy Mode With Image Shift, a left binding margin is created on the front page, and a right binding margin is created on the reverse page. With Reduce & Shift, the overall image is also reduced by 3~5 percent depending on the shift amount (see details, p. 16).
1 2 Konica 7050 2-sided originals Konica 7050 Image Shift copy result 3 1 2 3 p.2
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1 2

Reduce & Shift copy result

Select 2-2 copy mode, then press the Image Shift key to illuminate Shift. If image loss is likely, select w/Reduce to reduce the image. To use the current setting, as displayed, proceed to step 6. Press [P] to change the setting for the front page.
FRONT SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET

To change the front page setting, use the keypad to enter a 2 digit value, from 1~50mm. (Enter a zero before a single digit number.)
FRONT SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET (One inch is approximately 25 mm.)

Press the SET/F 1 key. If your entry exceeds 50, 50 mm will be selected automatically.
BACK SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET

To change the reverse (back) page setting, use the keypad to enter a value from 1~50mm.
BACK SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET (example) BACK 15 MM PRESS [P] TO CHANGE

The new binding margin is displayed. 6 7 Press the SET/F 1 key. Place originals on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press Auto to restore settings.
Special Modes 5-19

Special Modes
Image Shift and Reduce & Shift (continued)
2-1 Copy Mode With Image Shift, the left binding margin is maintained on the front page, and the right binding margin on the reverse page is shifted to the left. With Reduce & Shift the overall image is also reduced by 3~5 percent depending on the shift amount (see details, p. 16).
p.1 p.3 p.2 Konica 7050 2-sided originals p.2 Konica 7050 Konica 7050
Konica 7050

Image Shift copy result

w/Reduce & Shift

Select 2-1 copy mode, then press the Image Shift key to illuminate Shift. If image loss is likely, select w/Reduce to reduce the image. To use the current setting, as displayed, proceed to step 5. Press [P] to change the setting.
FRONT SHIFT 10 MM PRESS SET TO SET

To change the current setting, use the keypad to enter a value from 1~50mm. Enter a zero (0) before a single digit value.
FRONT SHIFT 15 MM PRESS SET TO SET (One inch is approximately 25mm)

Press the SET/F 1 key. If your entry exceeds 50, 50 mm will be selected automatically. The new binding margin is displayed.
FRONT 15 MM PRESS [P] TO CHANGE

5 6

Press the SET/F 1 key. Place originals on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press Image Shift key to release the mode, or press Auto.

NOTE: To change the image shift function in 2-1 mode, contact your Konica service representative. 5-20 Special Modes

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Special Modes
Frame and Fold Erasure
Frame Erasure: Fold Erasure:
FRAME ERASURE--10MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST

Use Frame & Fold Erasure when copying a page or dual pages of an opened book from the platen glass to eliminate the black copy marks along the four borders and/or center strip. Erasure amounts are entered in millimeters from the keypad. Erasure of about one inch is represented by 25 mm. 5 mm, 10 mm, or 15 mm on borders 10 mm, 20 mm, 30 mm on center strip

Frame erasure is unavailable with bypass tray, non-image area erase, image shift/reduce & shift, mixed original. Frame & Fold erasure together are unavailable with bypass tray, non-image area erase, repeat image, image shift/ reduce & shift, reverse image, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, or mixed original.

3 Press [P] to
adjust current setting.

FOLD ERASURE--20MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST

1 Position original
on glass.

Use keypad to enter desired setting, then press [P] to set.


1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

Fold ERASURE Frame

SELECT FRAME ERASURE BY KEYPAD -5, 10, 15MM FRAME ERASURE--15MM PRESS "P" TO SET

SELECT FOLD ERASURE BY KEYPAD 10, 20, 30MM FOLD ERASURE --10MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST

Select erasure mode.

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Special Modes
Frame and Fold Erasure (continued)
1 Open the document cover, and place original face down on the platen glass, aligning it with the scale guide plate on the left. (See illustrations on previous page.) Carefully close the document cover, especially when the original is thick. Skewing of the original may occur if the document cover is not closed and resting on the original by its own weight. Press the Frame/Fold Erasure key to illuminate the Frame mode, and to display the current Frame erasure amount. (If only Fold erasure is required, go directly to step 5.) Use the current Frame setting, or change the setting, as follows:
FRAME ERASURE--10MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST SELECT FRAME ERASURE BY KEYPAD -5, 10, 15MM FRAME ERASURE--15MM PRESS "P" TO SET

Changing the Current Frame Erasure amount: 1. When the Frame erasure indicator is lit, press [P] on the keypad within 10 seconds. 2. When the Frame light flashes, and the Frame erasure amounts are displayed, enter the desired amount in 2 digits, using the keypad. For example, enter [0] [5] for 5mm, [1] [0] for 10mm, [1] [5] for 15mm. 3. When the desired Frame erasure value is entered, press [P]. 4 If only Frame erasure is required, make other compatible copying selections, enter print quantity, then press Start Print. If Fold is also required, continue with step 5. Press the Frame/Fold Erasure key to illuminate the Fold mode, and to display the current Fold erasure amount. Use the current Fold setting, or change the setting, as follows:
FOLD ERASURE--20MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST SELECT FOLD ERASURE BY KEYPAD 10, 20, 30MM FOLD ERASURE --10MM PRESS "P" TO ADJUST

Changing the Fold Erasure amount: 1. When the Fold erasure indicator is lit, press [P] on the keypad within 10 seconds. 2. When the Fold light flashes, and the Fold erasure amounts are displayed, enter the desired amount in 2 digits, using the keypad. For example, enter [1] [0] for10mm, [2] [0] for 20mm, [3] [0] for 30mm. 3. When the desired Frame erasure value is entered, press [P]. 6 When the Fold setting is completed, make other compatible copying selections, enter print quantity, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Frame/Fold Erasure key to release the mode, or press Auto.

5-22 Special Modes

Special Modes
Repeat Image
Use Repeat Image to create labels, business cards, tickets, etc., by repeating the selected image down the page. The repeat image includes the area of the original starting from the 11" mark on the left rear of the platen glass, down to a point designated by the repeat width setting. The repeat width amount is initially set at 60mm. The width can be changed, as required.
Unavailable with the document feeder, finisher, change in magnification, V/H zoom, 1-2 mode, 2-2 mode, 2-1 mode, APS, AMS, fold erasure, image shift/shift & reduce, sheet/cover insertion, OHP interleave, chapter/image insertion, book copy, booklet, mixed original, platen memory, and proof copy.

Repeat width 60mm The scanning area goes across the page, fully; and down the page in an amount equal to the repeat- width setting (mm), starting down from the 11" scale mark at left rear platen. 11 >

Konica 7050

Original

-----------------Original face down on glass

60mm

60mm

Konica Konica Konica Konica Konica Konica

7050 7050 7050 7050 7050 7050

Copy result

The repeat width setting determines how much of the image will be scanned, starting down from the 11" mark on the rear platen scale plate. The copy result shows that the scanning width includes the area from the top of the image to the top of the next repetition. When placing the original face down on the glass, be sure that part of the image you want repeated is not above the 11" mark; otherwise part of the image will be outside the scanning area.

Special Modes 5-23

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Special Modes
Repeat Image
The scanning area goes across the page, fully; and down the page in an amount equal to the repeat- width setting (mm), starting down from the 11" scale mark at left rear platen. Keypad
2 5 8 1 4 7 3 6 9

11 >

Press

Repeat IMAGE

SET/F 1 4

Place original face down on the platen glass. Be sure the image you want repeated falls within the scanning area. (See previous page for description of scanning area.)
NOTE: If the document feeder is used, the image to be repeated cannot be included in the scanning area, except by trial and error.

Press the Repeat Image key to select the mode, and to display the current setting for the repeat width.
SET REPEAT WIDTH 60 MM PRESS "SET" TO SET

To repeat the entire image (of a business card, for example) without having to enter a repeat width setting, keep the document feeder raised, and select Non-Image Area Erase mode. To change the scanning amount, use the keypad to enter the desired amount from 0 to 150mm. Press the SET/F1 key.
If

4 5

random placement of the original does not allow APS to function, an inappropriate copy size may be selected. In this case, select Copy Size. Enter the print quantity using the keypad, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Repeat Image key to release the mode, or press Auto.

5-24 Special Modes

Special Modes
Reverse Image

Use Reverse Image to reverse the image from black-on-white to white-on-black, and vice versa.

Unavailable with non-image area erase, fold erasure, sheet/cover insertion, and OHP interleave.

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T Reverse IMAGE

Original on document feeder tray or on platen glass

Mode key

Position originals on the document feeder tray or on the platen glass.

Press the Reverse Image key, then make other compatible selections, as required. Use the keypad to enter the print quantity, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore settings.

Special Modes 5-25

Special Modes
Booklet
2-In-1 Simplex Mode The 2-In-1 mode copies two originals (pages or sides) onto one side of ledger or 8.5"x11"R paper. Originals: one-sided or two-sided letter sheets (8.5"x11") from document feeder only Copy paper: 11"x17" or 8.5"x11"R from tray 1, 2, 3, or 4
Unavailable with platen glass, bypass tray, group mode, staple sort mode, V/H zoom, APS, non-image area erase, repeat image, fold erasure, image shift, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion, OHP insertion, chapter/image insertion, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt mode. 1-sided or 2-sided copy result
BOOKLET

p.3

p.4

p. 1
8.5"x11" originals in document feeder 8.5"x11"R or 11"x17" copy paper

p.2 ------------2-In-1 Booklet

Place letter-size originals face down on the document feeder tray.


READY TO COPY - 2-IN-1

2 3

Load 11"x17" or 8.5"x11"R copy paper in a tray. Press the Booklet key. If the appropriate copy paper size is not loaded, a message will prompt you to do so. If required, press the Copy Mode key to select the 2-1 mode. AMS is automatically activated. If desired, press the Proof copy key to produce a sample set. Make other compatible copying selections, as required. Use the keypad to enter print quantity, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore machine settings.

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Special Modes
Booklet
4-In-1 Duplex Mode Use the 4-In-1 mode to make a multiple page signature booklet on both sides of ledger, legal, or 8.5"x11"R paper from tray 1, 2, 3, or 4. Original images are scanned into memory and automatically arranged in booklet format in correct order. Originals: one-sided or two-sided letter sheets (8.5"x11") from document feeder only
Unavailable with platen glass, bypass tray, group mode, staple sort mode, V/H zoom, APS, non-image area erase, repeat image, fold erasure, image shift, very high resolution, sheet/cover insertion OHP insertion, chapter/image insertion, mixed original, platen memory, and interrupt mode. Copy result from 8 original pages 2 1 2 2-sided 3
BOOKLET

6 7

43 2 p.1

p.8 1-sided 8.5"x11"R /11"x17" copy paper

place 8.5"x11" originals in document feeder

4-In-1 Booklet

1 2 3

Place letter-size originals face down on the document feeder tray. Load 11"x17" or 8.5"x11"R copy paper in a tray. Press the Booklet key. If the appropriate copy paper size is not loaded, a message will prompt you to do so. Press the Copy Mode key to select the 1-2 or 2-2 mode. AMS mode is automatically activated. If desired, press the Proof copy key to produce a sample set. Make other compatible copying selections, as required. Use the keypad to enter print quantity, then press Start Print. When copying is completed, press the Auto key to restore machine settings.

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Special Modes 5-27

Special Modes
Using A Memory Card
The memory card may be used when the function is activated by service; and a password is set, usually by the key operator. When this mode is on, copying can be performed only after first turning off the copier power switch, inserting the memory card, and entering a 5 digit password from the keypad. 1 If a memory card is required, turn off the copier power switch when the following message is displayed:
IMPORTANT: DO NOT INSERT THE MEMORY

PLEASE INSERT CARD UNTIL POWER IS TURNED OFF! THE MEMORY CARD The copier power switch is located at the far left of the operation panel. 2 While power is off, insert the memory card into the memory card inlet, which is located at the right front of the copier (see call out location on p. 3-2). Turn on the copier power switch. Note: When power is first turned on, warm up takes about 7 minutes. Enter a 5 digit password, using the numeric keypad (see Note). ENTER PASSWORD ***** 5 Press the Start Print once to display your current copy count and copy limit for 3 sec. COUNT/LIMIT 018888/025000 READY TO COPY

When your copy count reaches the copy limit, the following message is displayed: COPY LIMIT REACHED 025001/025000 6 Select the copy functions required for the job, then press Start Print. NOTE: If an invalid password is entered, you must re-enter a valid one before copying can be performed. To reset the password, simultaneously press P and STOP CLEAR on the keypad, then enter the correct password. 7 8 Turn off the copier power switch. Remove the memory card.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT REMOVE THE MEMORY CARD UNTIL POWER IS TURNED OFF!

5-28 Special Modes

Section 6: Copier Management


Electronic Copier Monitor (EMC) 6-2
Password Set Mode Limit Copy Count Mode Read Copy Count/Limit Mode Account Reset Mode

Weekly Timer Function 6-4


Set Current Date Time Set Weekly Timer Function On or Off Lunch Time Setting Off Set Holiday Set Timer Interrupt

Copier Management
Electronic Copier Monitor (ECM)
The ECM stores up to 256 passwords, each of which represents a separate account for billing and record-keeping purposes. The number of users who may use each password may depend upon the billing system in operation and the number of individuals and departments using the copier. To use ECM, it must be activated by service, and a key operator password must be entered to access the mode. The ECM mode enables the key operator to set passwords for users, limit the copy count on each password, read the copy count for each password, and reset the copy count and limit for passwords. Password Set Mode Press [P] and [9] on keypad, then enter the key operator password to access the ECM mode: 1 2 3 Press [1], then [Start Print] to select the Password Set mode. No. 001 is displayed. Use the keypad to enter a 5 digit password (not all zeros). If required, continue setting 5 digit passwords for up to 256 users. Press Start Print.

Limit Copy Count Mode Press [P] and [9] on keypad, then enter the key operator password to access the ECM mode: 1 2 3 4 Press [2], then press [Start Print] to select Limit Copy Count mode. No. 001 is displayed. Use magnification arrows to reach the desired account number from 001~256. Use the keypad to enter a 6 digit copy count limit up to 999,999. To assign unlimited copying, enter 6 zeros. Press Start Print to store the limit for that password account. To set copy count limits for additional passwords, repeat steps 2~4.

NOTE: To exit the ECM mode, press [P] and Stop/Clear simultaneously. 6-2 Copier Management

Copier Management
Electronic Copier Monitor (ECM)
Read Copy Count/Limit Mode Press [P] and [9] on keypad, then enter the key operator password to access the ECM mode: 1 2 3 Press [3], then press [Start Print] to display the current copy count/limit for password No. 001. Read and record the information, if needed. To continue reading the current copy count/limit for additional passwords, use magnification arrows to display subsequent passwords.

Account Reset Mode Press [P] and [9] on keypad, then enter the key operator password to access the ECM mode: 1 2 NO Press [4], to display the Account Reset mode. Press [Start Print] to display the message for Clear All Accounts [Yes/No?] If you only want to clear individual accounts, press Stop/Clear to display No. 001. Press Start Print to clear the account and each subsequent account, as required. Caution: Be sure you want to clear the copy counts for all passwords. If you want to clear all accounts, press Start Print. The copy counts will be cleared for all 256 passwords

YES

NOTE: To exit the ECM mode, press [P] and Stop/Clear simultaneously.

Copier Management 6-3

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
The Weekly Timer option is a copier management function that shuts down power to the machine on a daily or hourly basis, and can be programmed specifically for lunch breaks, weekends and holidays, or any time the copier is not required. In addition, 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.

The Weekly Timer enables the key operator to perform the following functions: Set the current date and time Enable and disable the Timer function Specify the days and the times that the copier will go on and off on weekdays, weekends, and or holidays Enter the days on which the copier will be off for the whole day Enable the Timer Interrupt function and establish the amount of usage time Conditions required for using Weekly Timer: The power plug is inserted into the socket. The power switch is turned on. The current date and time are correctly set.

Timer Function Menu 1 SETTING TIME. 2 SETTING W.T. ON/OFF 3 EXIT Upper Screen Lower Screen

Timer Function Setting Menu 1 TIMER SETTING 2 LUNCH TIME OFF 3 HOLIDAY SETTING 4: EXIT

NOTES: 1. The time is set in terms of the 24 hour clock, where hour [1] is the first hour after midnight; and hour [24] is the hour of midnight. For example, 6 a.m. is 06:00 hours; 6 p.m. is 18:00 hours. 2. The [AUTO] key is used to change numbers determined by the [SET/F1] key, or to exit from the timer setting mode. 3. The [STOP/CLEAR] key is used to return to the previous menu. 6-4 Copier Management

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Current Date and Time Timer Function Menu 1 SETTING TIME. 2 SETTING W.T. ON/OFF 3 EXIT 1. Press [TIMER]. If prompted, enter a 4 digit password. 2. The Timer Function Menu is displayed and the TIMER indicator lights. Press [1] to set the current date and time. 3. Use keypad to input the current date. (Setting example: 18 01 95) 4. Press [SET/F1].

INPUT DATE AND PRESS SET 01/18/95 (WED)

INPUT TIME AND PRESS SET 01/18/95 (WED) 15:30

5. Use keypad to input the current time, using the 24 hour clock (see NOTE). (Setting example: 15:30) 6. Press [SET/F1]. The Timer Function menu resumes. 7. Press [3] to return to the READY TO COPY mode. The TIMER indicator goes off. See next page to select Setting W.T. On/Off.

Copier Management 6-5

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Weekly Timer Function On or Off
Timer function Menu

1 SETTING TIME. 2 SETTING W.T. ON/OFF 3: EXIT

1. Press [TIMER]. If prompted, enter a 4 digit password. 2. The Timer Function Menu is displayed. Press [2], [1], [SET/F1], and [1] in order. 3. The TIME/DAY OFF Select Menu for Mon. is displayed. Specify to select the TIMER or DAY OFF from Mon. Through Sun. 1) For Mon., press [1] to select TIMER, or press [2] to select DAY OFF. 2) Press [SET/F1]. The TIMER/DAY OFF Select Menu for Tue. is displayed. 2 3) Repeat the steps 1) and 2) until the setting for Sun. is completed. 4. The WEEK SET/DAY SET Select Menu is displayed. Press [1] to set three timer (WEEK SET) for "Mon. through Fri.", "Sat.", and "Sun.", and press [SET/F1]. Proceed to step 5. Or, press [2] to set seven timers (DAY SET) individually from Mon. through Sun., and press [SET/F1]. Proceed to step 7. 5. The ON/OFF SETTING Menu to set timer (WEEK SET) for Mon. through Fri. is displayed. 1) For Mon. through Fri., use keypad to input an ON TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p. 6-4). (Setting example: 08:00) Press [SET/F1], then use keypad to input an OFF TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p. 6-4). (Setting example: 17:00) Press [SET/F1].

<W.T. FUNCTION> SELECT 1 OR 2 1: TIMER (MON) 2: DAY OFF 1

<W.T. SETTING> SELECT 1 OR 2 1: TIMER (SUN) 2: DAY OFF

TIMER SETTING SELECT 1 OR 2 1: WEEK SET 2: DAY SET 1

<ON/OFF SETTING> INPUT TIME (MON 08:00 ON TIME ~FRI) 17:00 OFF TIME

6-6 Copier Management

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Weekly Timer Function On or Off (continued)

<ON/OFF SETTING> INPUT TIME (SAT) 08:30 12:00 ON TIME OFF TIME

2) For Sat., input an ON TIME, and press [SET/F1], then input an OFF TIME (see p. 6-4), and press [SET/F1].

<ON/OFF SETTING> INPUT TIME (SUN) 10:00 15:00 ON TIME OFF TIME

3) For Sun., input an ON TIME, and press [SET/F1], then input an OFF TIME (see p. 6-4), and press [SET/F1].

DAILY ADJUSTMENT?

1: YES

2: NO

6. The DAILY ADJUSTMENT Select Menu is displayed. Select whether to adjust the timers (DAY SET) individually for each day. If YES, press [1] and proceed to step 7. If NO, press [2] and proceed to step 8. 7. The ON/OFF SETTING Menu to set timer (DAY SET) for Mon. is displayed. 1) For Mon., use keypad to input an ON TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p. 6-4). (Setting example: 08:30) Press [SET/F1], then use keypad to input an OFF TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p. 6-4). (Setting example: 18:00) Press [SET/F1]. 2) Repeat the procedure above to set the timer from Mon. through Sun. 8. The SETTING COMPLETION message is displayed for a few seconds, and then changes to the Timer Function Select Menu (see p. 6-4). 9. Press [4] to display the Timer Function Menu, then press [3] to return to the READY TO COPY mode. The TIMER indicator goes off, and the WEEKLY TIMER indicator lights.
Copier Management 6-7

<ON/OFF SETTING> INPUT TIME (MON) 08:30 18?00 ON TIME OFF TIME

<ON/OFF SETTING>

SETTING COMPLETION

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Lunch Time Off 1: SETTING TIME 2: SETTING W.T. ON/OFF 3: EXIT 1. Press [TIMER]. If prompted, enter a 4 digit password. 2. The Timer Function Menu is displayed. Press [2], [1], [SET/F1], and [2] in order.

<LUNCH TIME OFF> SELECT 1 OR 2 1: USE 2: NON-USE

3. The LUNCH TIMER OFF Select Menu is displayed. Adjust the lunch hour setting. 4. Press [1] to select USE of the lunch time off function, and press [SET/F1]. Proceed to step 5. Or, press [2] to select NON-USE, and press [SET/F1]. The lunch time off setting is released. 5. Use the keypad to input the OFF TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p. 6-4). (Setting example: 12:00) Press [SET/F1], then use keypad to input an OFF TIME using the 24 hour clock (see p 6-4). (Setting example: 13:00) Press [SET/F1]. 6. The SETTING COMPLETION message is displayed for a few seconds, and then changes to the Timer Function Select Menu (see p. 6-4). 7. Press [4] to display the Timer Function Menu, and then press [3] to return to the READY TO COPY mode. The TIMER indicator goes off, and the WEEKLY TIMER indicator lights.

<LUNCH TIME OFF> INPUT TIME 12:30 OFFTIME 13:00 ON TIME

<LUNCH TIME OFF>

SETTING COMPLETION

6-8 Copier Management

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Holidays 1: SETTING TIME 2: SETTING W.T. ON/OFF 3: EXIT 1. Press [TIMER]. If prompted, enter a 4 digit password. 2. The Timer Function Menu is displayed. Press [2], [1], [SET/F1], and [3] in order. The HOLIDAY SETTING Select Menu is displayed. 3. Scroll a Holiday using the following keys. Press Up Magnification arrow to scroll forward daily. Press Down Magnification arrow to scroll backward daily. Press [P] with the Up Magnification arrow to go to the beginning of the next month. Press [P] with the Down Magnification arrow to go to the beginning of the previous month.
NOTE: The range of days which can be set for holiday is 400 days from the current day.

HOLIDAY SETTING SELECT 1 OR 2 1: TIMER 07/04/95 2: DAY OFF 1

HOLIDAY SETTING SELECT 1 OR 2 1: TIMER 07/04/95 2: DAY OFF 2

4. When the desired holiday is displayed, press [SET/F1] to keep the current status, press [1] to enable the timer function, then press [SET/F1], or, press [2] if you do not want to enable the timer function, then press [SET/F1]. Each time [SET/F1] is pressed, the date changes to the next day. 5. Repeat the procedure above to select the holiday setting. 6. When the setting is complete, press [START PRINT].

HOLIDAY SETTING

SETTING COMPLETION 7. The SETTING COMPLETION message is displayed for a few seconds, and then changes to the Timer Function Select Menu (see p. 6-4). 8. Press [4] to display the Timer Function Menu, and then press [3] to return to the READY TO COPY mode. The TIMER indicator goes off, and the WEEKLY TIMER indicator lights.
Copier Management 6-9

Copier Management
Weekly Timer Function
Set Timer Interrupt Set the Timer Interrupt function while the machine is On, and the Weekly Timer indicator light is On. TIMER INTERRUPT ENTER PASSWORD * * * * * * * * 120 MIN. etc. . . INPUT USAGE TIME THEN PRESS SET 03 : HOUR 20 : MINUTE 1. Press [TIMER INTERRUPT]. The Timer Interrupt indicator flashes. If prompted, enter a 4 digit password. 2. Input the Timer Interrupt usage time. The default setting is 5 minutes. The value can be set from 0 minute to 99 hours 59 minutes. The time you set allows the operator to select Timer Interrupt, and use the machine for that amount of time.

6-10 Copier Management

Section 7: Maintenance & Supplies


Preventinve Maintenance (PM) 7-2 Cleaning the Document Glass and Cover 7-3 Adding Paper 7-4 Adding Toner 7-7 Replacing the Staple Cartridge for FS-102 Finisher 7-8 Replacing the Staple Cartridge fot FS-103 Finisher 7-9 Service, Repairs, Supplies 7-10

Maintenance & Supplies


Preventive Maintenance
After a set number of copies have been made on your copier, Preventive Maintenance (PM) will be required for maintaining optimal performance. When preventive maintenance is due, a message will prompt you to contact your service representative for maintenance. To display the total number of copies since the last PM, simply press [P] and [5] simultaneously on the keypad, and read the PM count displayed in the message area. The first line displays the count of copies to date toward the PM count, plus the total PM count. The second line displays the date of the last PM. (Example) PM: 12345/ Total PM count START DATE: 01/29/96

7-2

Maintenance

&

Supplies

Maintenance & Supplies


Cleaning the Document Glass and Cover
The platen glass and the inner surface of the document feeder should be kept clean. Otherwise, soil marks may be copied.

Raise the document cover, and clean the glass and inner surface of the document cover with a clean soft cloth.

NOTES: 1. The glass may also be cleaned with a soft cloth dampened slightly with water; or with an antistatic cleaner recommended by your service representative. 2. Never use paint solvents, such as benzene or thinners, to clean any portion of the copier.

Maintenance & Supplies 7-3

Maintenance & Supplies


Adding Paper
Paper levels are indicated on the outside of each paper tray to enable you to see when paper is low. When a paper tray is empty, a message prompts you to load paper. Do not exceed the following tray limits: Tray 1: 500 sheets 20lb; 430 sheets 24lb Tray 2: 500 sheets 20lb; 430 sheets 24lb Tray 3: 1,000 sheets 20lb; 860 sheets 24lb Tray 4: 1,500 sheets 20lb; 1,290 sheets 24lb

Before loading paper, fan the stack to prevent sheets from sticking to each other.

When placing a stack of paper into the tray, be sure to load it with the curl turning up, i.e., with concave side up.

See the following pages for instructions on loading paper in trays 1~4.

7-4

Maintenance

&

Supplies

Maintenance & Supplies


Adding Paper (continued)
Loading Paper in Tray 1

2 3

Withdraw tray 1, and place paper on the tray with the curl side turning up. Load size 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R or 5.5"x8.5". Do not stack paper above the tray hook level. Move the green levers, located at the front and the left side, to the edge of the paper. When paper is seated properly, push the tray back fully into the copier.

Loading Paper in Tray 2

Withdraw tray 2, and place paper on the tray with the curl side turning up. Paper size is fixed to size: 11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R or 5.5"x8.5". Do not stack paper above the tray hook level. When paper is seated properly, push the tray back fully into the copier.
Maintenance & Supplies 7-5

Maintenance & Supplies


Adding Paper (continued)
Loading Paper in Tray 3

1 2 3

Withdraw tray 3. Insert letter size paper into the tray with the paper curl turning upward. Do not load paper above the red line. When paper is seated properly, push the tray back fully into the copier.

Loading Paper in Tray 4

1 2

Withdraw tray 4. Insert letter or letterR paper into the tray with the paper curl turning upward. Paper size is service fixed to one of the two sizes. Do not load paper above the red line. When paper is seated properly, push the tray back fully into the copier.

7-6 Maintenance & Supplies

Section 8: Troubleshooting

Clearing Mishandled Paper 8-2 Clearing a Wedged Staple 8-8 Memory Overflow 8-9

Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper
Sources of mishandled paper are indicated by a number flashing on the machine diagram on the left side of the operational panel. Each numbered location is represented by a mishandled paper code, as shown below. When the code displays in the message area of the operation panel, remove the paper as shown in the illustrations on the next several pages. Use care when removing mishandled paper. Do not touch any internal areas of the machine that display the High Temperature caution label. Do not leave torn pieces of paper inside the machine.
J Code Display/Machine Location 1 J11/Main body paper feed 2 J12/Main body paper feed 3 J13/Large tray paper feed 4 J14/Large tray paper feed 5 J10/Main body paper feed 6 J17/Main body paper feed 7 J19/Main body paper feed 8 J16/Main body paper feed 9 J21/Main body paper conveyance 10 J30, J31, (J32 exit)/Main body paper conveyance 11 J92, J93, J96/Automatic duplex conveyance 12 J15, J94, J95/Automatic duplex paper feed 13 J72, J74, J75/Finisher J72, Stapler J75 14 J61, J62/RDH paper feed 15 J63/RDH exit cover

Control Panel Indicators


14 15 5 13 10 9 8 1 2 11 4 3 12 7 6

P Code P13 P14 P17 P19 P33 P51 P61 P64 P68 P69 P71 P74 P76 P78 P81 P82 P91
8-2 Troubleshooting

User Solution Withdraw tray 3 - remove paper. Withdraw tray 4 - remove paper. Please close top right side cover. Please close bottom right side cover. Please close left side cover. Front door is open. Please close it. Please close RADF Reversing Unit Cover. Lift RADF - Remove original. Reload 2 ORIG face down - Press Start. Pull out, then align and reset the original. Connect finisher to the copier/Please close finisher cover. Paper remains in finisher - Remove Open stapler door. Please reset the stapler. Open stapler door. Please check stapler. Please insert the Key Counter. Please insert the Key counter. Please reset Duplex Unit.

Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper (continued)

J10 J16 J21


1 2

J11 J12

J13 J14 J17 J19

3 1 2

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Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper

J30 J31 J32


2 1 2

J61

J62

J63

J72

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Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper

J72

FS-103 Finisher

2
1 1 2 2

1 2

1 3 2

4 5 6

5
4 2 3 1

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Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper

J92 J93 J96


2

1 2 2

J94
2 2

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Troubleshooting
Clearing Mishandled Paper

J95

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Troubleshooting
Clearing A Wedged Staple J 95

1 Open the stapler door.

2 Turn the knob to the left and release the stapler.

3 Firmly grip the stapler and withdraw it, removing it fully.

Wedged staple
Hole

Block

4 Lift up the spring mechanism indicated by the arrow.

5 Remove the wedged staple from the area shown above.

6 Press down the spring mechanism indicated by the arrow.

Insert

7 Firmly grip the stapler and insert it fully into the unit. 8 8 Troubleshooting

8 Turn the knob to the right.

9 Close the stapler door.

Troubleshooting
Memory Overflow
In certain copy modes, the 7050 uses memory to make operations convenient and smooth flowing. Occasional memory overflow may occur if the installed memory is inadequate for the copy conditions selected. Should memory overflow occur frequently, it is recommended that you contact your Konica service representative to extend the memory capacity in your machine. Memory overflow messages are displayed as follows: MEMORY FULL SCANNED ** SHEETS COPY KEY : CLR KEY : CANCEL (Alternately displayed) To handle the Memory overflow condition while in a job, take the appropriate action indicated below for each copy mode. These actions enable you to continue the job or suspend the job. Procedures for Action 1 and Action 2 are on p. 8-10 and p. 8-11, respectively. Copy Conditions Using Memory The following is a list of copy modes supported by memory, along with the appropriate type action to be taken for each mode in the event Memory overflow occurs. 1>2 Copying mode Action 2 2>2 Copying mode Action 2 1>2 Copying mode using platen glass Action 2 Shift/Shift w/Reduce copying (1>2, 2>2) Action 2 Shift/Shift w/Reduce copying (1>1, 2>1) Action 1 Sheet/Cover Insertion copying (1>2, 2>2) Action 2 Sheet/Cover Insertion copying (1>1, 2>1) Action 1 Image Insertion copying using RADF Action 2 Image Insertion copying using platen glass Action 1 Chapter Insertion copying Action 2 Dual Page copying Action 2 Booklet copying (2 IN 1) Action 1 Booklet copying (4 IN 1) Action 2 Platen Memory copying Action 2 Proof Copy (1>2, 2>2) Action 2 Proof Copy (1>2, 2>2) Action 2
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Troubleshooting
Memory Overflow (continued)
Action 1 Action 1 is required when a job prematurely stops after the machine produces one copies set, and the Memory overflow messages display alternately. Action 1 enables you to continue the job (see procedure below) or suspend the job (see procedure at the bottom of the page). Check the discharged copied set to see if the acquired scanned data is sufficient for you to continue the job in the print quantity remaining. To continue the job: 1. Press Start Print to allow the machine to prepare the scanned data for job completion in the amount remaining in the print quantity setting. When preparation of the scanned data satisfies the print quantity setting, the machine will stop, and scanned data will be erased. (If the Staple mode had been selected for the job, it will be changed to Sort mode, automatically.) The following messages display, alternately:

CHECK/RELOAD ORIGINAL COPY KEY : CLR/AUTO KEY : CANCEL 2. Check pages of the discharged set to confirm the amount of missing data, before completing the job. 3. Press Start Print to complete the job according to the print quantity remaining. To suspend the job: 1. Press Stop/Clear to save the job settings. Or, press AUTO to clear the job and resume initial settings. All scanned data will be erased. The following message displays: SET FEWER ORIGINALS AND REPROGRAM JOB

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Troubleshooting
Memory Overflow (continued)
Action 2 Action 2 is required when a job ceases with no copies produced, and Memory overflow messages display alternately. Action 2 enables you to continue the job (see procedure below) or suspend the job (see procedure at the bottom of the page). To continue the job: 1. Press Start Print to allow the machine to prepare the scanned data for job completion in the amount remaining in the print quantity setting. When preparation of the scanned data satisfies the print quantity setting, the machine will stop, and scanned data will be erased. (If the Staple mode had been selected for the job, it will be changed to Sort mode, automatically.) The following messages display, alternately: CHECK/RELOAD ORIGINAL COPY KEY : CLR/AUTO KEY : CANCEL 2. Check pages of the discharged set to confirm the amount of missing data, before completing the job. 3. Press Start Print to complete the job according to the print quantity remaining. To suspend the job: 1. Press Stop/Clear to save the job settings. Or, press AUTO to clear the job and resume initial settings. All scanned data will be erased. The following message displays: SET FEWER ORIGINALS AND REPROGRAM JOB

Troubleshooting

8-11

Section 9: Specifications

Specifications
Product Name Configuration Photo Conductor Method Toner Recommended Operating Environment Warm Up Auto Reset Auto Shut Off First Copy Out Time Copy Rate Continuous Copy Copier Power Source Power Consumption Konica 7050 Console with stationary platen OPC drum Laser Electrostatic Black, cartridge type 50~86F (10~30C); 10~80% RH Approx. 6.5 min. @ 68 (20C); 50% RH Off / 1 min./ 2 min. None/ 2 min./ 6 min./ 10 min. 4.9 sec. 50 cpm: 8.5"x11" 1~999 copies 120V/20A Max. 1,800 VA (full option) Copying: 1,570 VA (full option) Presets: 0.50, 0.65, 0.77, 1.00, 1.29, 1.55, 2.00 User Sets: 2 (set from 0.50~4.00 range) Zoom: 0.50 ~ 4.00 in 1% steps V/H zoom: Bi-directional (0.50~4.00) 400 dpi (copier/printer) 600 dpi (printer) 16MB std. plus 3 open slots for max. 112MB (70 images w/5% fill and normal resolution setting)

Magnification

Resolution

Memory capacity

Specifications subject to change without notice


9-2 Specifications

Specifications
Platen originals Document Feeder originals Max. size: 11"x17" (280 mm x 432 mm) 50 sheets 20 lb Bond; 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" (20 lb~24 lb Bond) Tray 1: universal; 500 sheets (20 lb~24 lb Bond; 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5") Tray 2: initially fixed at 8.5"x11"; 500 sheets (20 lb~24 lb Bond; 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5") Tray 3: fixed at 8.5"x11"; 1,000 sheets (20 lb~24 lb Bond) Tray 4: initially fixed at 8.5"x11"; 1,500 sheets (20 lb~24 lb Bond) (11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" incl. 8.5"x11"R) MultiSheet Stack Bypass Tray: 16 lb~32 lb 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" Stack 150 sheets 20 lb-24 lb Bond Stack up to 20 Cover Insert sheets 32 lb Bond Single feed OHP ADU Non-stack type; 20 lb-24 lb Bond 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" 17 lb~21 lb (capacities shown for 20 lb Bond) Non sort mode: 750 letter/500 sheets all other sizes Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" Sort mode: 500 letter/250 sheets all other sizes Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" Staple Sort mode: 625 letter/500 sheets all other sizes Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5" Staple 50 sheets 17 lb Group mode: 500 letter/250 sheets other Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"

Paper Trays

FS-102 Finisher (Offset-Stacker)

Specifications subject to change without notice


Specifications 9-3

Specifications
FS-103 Finisher (Offset-Stacker) 16 lb~24 lb (capacities shown for 20 lb Bond) Non-sort/Sort/Group mode: 500 sheets 5.5"x8.5"R 2000 sheets 8.5"x11"R 1500 sheets 11"x17", 8.5"x14" Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"R Staple-sort mode: 1000 sheets * Size 11"x17"~8.5"x11"R * : Variable according to the number of pages to be
staples. See p. 3-13 for details.

Printer mode: 200 sheets Size 11"x17"~5.5"x8.5"R Machine Weight 440.9 lb (200 kg) Main Body + 24.25 lb (11 kg) w/DF-306 (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder) + 44 lb (20 kg) w/FS-102 (Offset-Stacker Finisher) + 110 lb (50 kg) w/FS-103 (Offset-Stacker Finisher) Machine Dimensions Width: 47 in. (1204mm) Main Body
incl. Document Feeder & FS-102 Finisher

Width: 58.4 in. (1484mm) Main Body


incl. Document Feeder & FS-103 Finisher

Width: 27 in. (700mm) Main Body incl. Document Feeder & Bypass Depth: 27.9 in. (710mm) Height: 43 in. (1095mm) Document Feeder max. open angle: 65 w/stopper; 85 w/o stopper

Specifications subject to change without notice


9-4 Specifications

Glossary
ADF Automatic Document Feeder, a device to feed multiple originals onto the platen glass. ADF MODE 1-1 or 1-2 copy mode. AUTOMATIC DUPLEX UNIT (ADU) device to make 2-sided copies from 1-sided or 2-sided originals. AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE SELECTION (AES) automatic copy density adjustment. AUTOMATIC MAGNIFICATION SELECTION (AMS) automatic reduction or enlargement of the original image to accommodate a different copy size selected manually. AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION (APS) automatic selection of copy paper to match the original size. AUTO RESET automatic reset to the initial machine settings after a timed interval of copier inactivity. BINDING MARGIN a margin created in the Image Shift mode for binding or hole-punching.
BOOK COPY copies both pages of an open book onto two simplex letter sheets or one duplex letter sheet. BOOKLET copies simplex or duplex letter originals onto simplex or duplex ledger/letter"R" with two pages/side. CHAPTER/IMAGE INSERT Chapter starts chapters on the right hand side. Image inserts scanned platen images

into a job copied from the RADF (document feeder). CONVEYANCE UNIT an internal copier mechanism that conveys copy paper from the drum to the fuser unit. COPIER MESSAGES messages that reveal machine and copying status and prompts the user for additional input and guides the user through procedures for removing mishandled paper. COPY DENSITY the level of exposure which determines the amount of toner used to reproduce the image. COPY MODE one of four copying modes, as 1-1, 1-2, 2-2 and 2-1. COPY SIZE the copy paper size that is automatically or manually selected. DENSITY the density of toner that makes up the copy image, after exposure. DEVELOPER the medium that carries toner from the developer rotating sleeve to the drum. DRUM a photo-sensitive conductor that transfers original image to copy paper, after optical exposure. DUPLEX MODE an automatic mode for performing 1-sided to 2-sided and 2-sided to 2-sided copying. ELECTRONIC COPY MONITOR (ECM) a copy control programming device that stores machine status and copier usage information to be monitored by the Key Operator. EXPOSURE the exposure of the drum to the image by an optical system.

Glossary
FEED ROLLER a roller which moves copy paper from the paper tray to the drum. FIRST-COPY-OUT TIME (FCOT) the time (in seconds) required for the first copy to exit after START is pressed or after copying is activated; usually performed in non-sort mode, with print quantity 1. FRAME ERASURE a feature that erases copy marks along borders of a document. FUSER UNIT internal component that fuses toner to paper with heat and pressure. GROUP MODE a finisher mode to output multiple copies of each original with each set offset.
HIGH applies finer resolution of 1/2-bit mode to enhance text image.

HEAVY STOCK MODE a mode that adjusts the internal fuser to fuse toner on heavy stock and special stock, e.g., OHP film transparencies, label sheets, etc. IMAGE SHIFT a mode used for applying a binding margins. INITIAL MACHINE SETTINGS the machine condition when copier power is turned on and the ready-to-copy message is displayed. INTERRUPT COPYING a mode which allows the temporary interruption of copying in progress in order to perform another job from the platen glass. JOB a copying operation that is performed after pressing START. JOB MEMORY a memory program for storing and recalling up to 10 frequently-used copying jobs. JOB RECALL a mode used to recall a job that is programmed in Job Memory. JOB STORE a mode used to program (store) up to 10 frequently-used copying jobs in Job Memory. KEY OPERATOR an individual who is responsible for the copier, including its usage, settings, supplies, service requirements, etc. KEY OPERATOR MODE usually a password-protected mode to access copier management functions. KEYPAD an alpha-numeric portion of the operation panel used to select print quantity, special settings, and programming functions; to clear settings; and to stop copying in progress. LENS MODE a mode which sets the lens to Preset, UserSet or Zoom magnification. MACHINE CODES user codes or service codes regarding machine or copying status. MAGNIFICATION a ratio relationship between original image and copy paper size. MANUAL DENSITY a manual exposure adjustment, affecting toner density. MEASURING SCALE GUIDE the ruled guide plate along the left edge of the platen glass for determining the correct placement of originals.

Glossary
MESSAGE AREAS areas on the operation panel that display copying and machine status, memory usage, and user instructions. MISHANDLED PAPER original or copy paper that becomes mis-directed due to a no feed/ no conveyance/ no exit condition; and which must be cleared before copying can be resumed. MISHANDLED PAPER CODES Codes which flash on the touch panel screen to indicate the source of userclearable mishandled paper. MIXED ORIGINAL automatically feeds RADF originals of two different sizes, and selects the corresponding copy size for each original in APS mode; or selects one common user-selected paper size with AMS mode.
NON-IMAGE AREA ERASE erases glass area surrounding an original placed on glass with document cover open.

NON-SORT MODE a mode which allows non-sorted, non-stapled, and non-grouped copies to exit. OHP overhead projection transparency film. OHP INTERLEAVE a mode which inserts either a blank sheet, or a copied sheet to match the original, between each copied OHP. ORIGINAL the document to be copied. OUTPUT a key used to select sort, staple sort, and group modes. ORIENTATION long-edge or short-edge placement of original on the RADF or platen glass to match the long or short edge of the copy paper feeding direction. [P] KEY a keypad selection key used to access special modes. PAPER CURL the upward or downward turning of the edges of paper, usually indicated on the paper packaging. PAPER FEED UNIT (PFU) a device which conveys copy paper from the PFU trays to the main body. PAPER GUIDES adjustable guides to stabilize standard originals placed on the document feeder; or copy paper placed in the Bypass tray. PAPER PATH the route the copy paper takes when conveyed from the paper trays, through the main body, and exit area. PAPER TRAYS main body trays and PFU trays that hold copy paper; and feed the paper into the main body for copying. PAPER WEIGHT weight of the original paper or copy paper that the copier accepts, usually stated in terms of lb or g/m2, e.g., 20 lb = 75 g/m2. PASSWORD a user code set by the key operator, required when ECM is activated by service; a key operator code set by service, required to access the key operator mode.

Glossary
PHOTO/TEXT ENHANCE in copies of photo/text originals, Photo enhances halftone; Text enhances text. PLATEN GLASS the glass surface upon which the original is placed for copying.
PLATEN MEMORY scan platen loriginals in memory, then run the job as though from the document feeder.

PM COUNT the total number of copies made since the last Preventive Maintenance (PM) was performed. POWER SAVER an energy-saving mode which maintains just enough fusing heat so that a full warm-up is not necessary for the next copy job. PRESET MODE a mode in which fixed magnification ratios (0.50, 0.65, 0.77, 1.29, 1.55, 2.00) can be selected to increase or decrease the image size to accommodate the copy paper size. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (PM) periodic maintenance performed by a Konica service representative. PRINT QUANTITY the number of copies selected for a job using the numeric keypad.
PROOF COPY copy a sample job before running multiple sets.

RADF a reversing automatic document feeder which automatically feeds originals directly to the platen glass for copying; and reverses originals during 2-2 or 2-1 copying mode. RECALL KEY [0] pressed while copying is in progress to display the print quantity selected for the job. REDUCE & SHIFT a mode that performs automatic image reduction of from 3~5 % (depending on the shift amount) when the image shift is likely to cause image loss.
REPEAT IMAGE repeats a portion of the original image, as set by the scanning width entered from the keypad.

REVERSING AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (RADF) a device which automatically feeds originals directly to the platen glass for copying; and reverses originals during 2-2 or 2-1 copying modes.
REVERSE IMAGE black image on white reverses to white image on black.

SERVICE CODES codes indicating machine conditions requiring attention of a Konica service representative. SHEET/COVER INSERTION a mode for inserting up to 7 copied or blank sheet(s) into the finished document. SIMPLEX image appearing on one side of a sheet of paper. SITE REQUIREMENTS the recommended space requirement for the copier and its peripherals. SORT a finisher mode that collates a full set of originals in sets that are offset. SPECIAL STOCK copy material that cannot be fed through the regular paper feed unit due to its weight, size or texture, e.g., OHP transparencies, label sheets, card stock, heavy or thin bond, etc. SPECIFICATIONS manufacturer's information that pertains to the function of the copier and its peripherals.

Glossary
STAPLE CARTRIDGE a replaceable container for staples. STAPLER a device built into the finisher that contains a staple cartridge, and used to insert a wire staple into the left corner of copied sheets. START the key located on the far right of the control panel that activates copying when pressed. STOP/CLEAR a keypad selection that stops continuous copying for the purpose of resetting the copier. TONER a dry black powder that is attracted to an electrical charge on the drum to represent the image on copy paper. TOTAL COPY COUNT the total number of copies made on the copier since installation. TRANSPARENCY film used for overhead projection (OHP). TROUBLESHOOTING problem-solving. UNIVERSAL (TRAY 1) a paper tray that can be adjusted by the user to accommodate paper sizes. USERSET RATIO 2 frequently used ratios programmed by the user. V/H ZOOM: a zoom mode that allows vertical and horizontal magnification to be adjusted independently.
VERY HIGH applies 2/4/8-bit mode resolution for photos or high quality graphics.

WARM UP the interval of time required by the machine to reach operating temperature from a cold start.
WEEKLY TIMER a copier management function that controls the daily and weekly on/off condition of the copier.

ZOOM MODE reduction or enlargement ratios selected from 0.50~4.00, in 1% increments.