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PREFACE

Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 550. This Manual describes the imageRUNNER 550, its functions, and it methods of use. It also describes the various precautions to be observed in order to ensure safe operation. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the imageRUNNER 550 in order to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.

CAUTION:
In this manual, CAUTION MESSAGES with this symbol indicate that neglecting the suggested procedure or practice could result in personal injury.

NOTICE:
Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, some of the data contained herein may not exactly reflect the current model of the particular product with which this manual has been included. If you have a need for an exact specification, please contact Canon for the current specification.

As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Canon USA, Inc. has determined that this copier model meets the ENERGY STAR Program for energy efficiency. The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is an international program that promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office equipment. The program backs the development and dissemination of products with functions that effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which businesses proprietors can participate voluntarily.The targeted products are office equipment such as computers, displays, printers, facsimiles, and copiers. Their standards and logos are uniform among participating nations.

Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the Operators Manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.

How This Manual is Organized


Chapter 1 Before You Start Using Copy Functions
This chapter describes items you should understand and be familiar with before using the machine, and gives an outline of how the copy functions work.

Chapter 2 Basic Copying


This chapter describes the most commonly used copy functions.

Chapter 3 Useful Copy Functions


This chapter describes more advanced copy functions.

Chapter 4 Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
This chapter describes the initial settings and how to change them to suit your needs.

Chapter 5 Loading Paper and Replacing the Toner Cartridge


This chapter describes how to load paper and add toner.

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
This chapter describes what to do when there is a paper jam or a problem with copy quality.

Chapter 7 Handling Options


This chapter describes the use of accessories and what to do if there is a paper jam in an accessory unit.

Chapter 8 Appendix
This chapter describes how to use the Control Card, the Mail Box, entering characters and the main specifications of this machine.

Some information in this manual is also relevant when using the printer functions of the imageRUNNER 550. Please use this manual in combination with the imageRUNNER 550 printer manual when using the printer functions.

Safety Information
A. Laser Safety
This product complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J 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. This means that the product does not produce hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation emitted inside the product is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam can not escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.

B. CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.

DANGER

- Laser radiation when open. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

DANGER

- Laser radiation when open and interlock defeated. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

[CAUTION]
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in the manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

CANON INC. 3-30-2 SHIMOMARUKO, OHTA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN CANON U.S.A., INC ONE CANON PLAZA, LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 DIXIE ROAD MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5T, 1P7, CANADA MANUFACTURED: THIS PRODUCT CONFORMS WITH DHHS RADIATION PERFORMANCE STANDARD, 21 CFR CHAPTER 1 SUBCHAPTER J.

What the imageRUNNER 550 Can Do


Using the Touch Panel Display
Basic Features Screen

PAPER SELECT
Press to select the paper size (Auto Paper Selection, drawer or stack bypass). (See Selecting the Copy Paper Size, on p. 2-2.)

A
Press the [ ] or [ ] key to manually control the copy exposure. Press the [A] key to select or cancel Auto Exposure Control. (See Adjusting Copy Exposure, on p. 2-17, Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality(A), on p. 2-19.)

DIR.

Press to reduce or enlarge using a preset copy ratio, or return the copy ratio to direct copying (100%). (See Changing the Copy Ratio, on p. 2-7.)

FIT IMAGE
Press to select or cancel the Fit Image mode. Setting this mode enables you to make copies without having any of the image cut off. (See Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut, on p. 2-12.)

Press to copy originals containing photos or photographs printed on photographic printing paper. (See Copying Printed Photos/Photos Printed on Photographic Paper, on p. 2-19.)

ZOOM
Press to make settings for zooming to ratios other than the preset ratios. (See Specifying the Copy Ratio by %, on p. 2-8.) Press to copy originals containing text and photos. (See Selecting Image Quality, on p. 2-18.)

FINISHER
Press to select or cancel Collate, Staple collate, or Group modes. (See Collating Copies, on p. 2-36.)

Press to copy originals containing text. (See Selecting Image Quality, on p. 2-18.)

TWOSIDED
Press to select or cancel the Two-sided mode. (See Two-Sided Copying, on p. 230.)

SPECIAL FEATURES
Press to select the Special Features mode. (See chapter. 3, Useful Copy Functions.)

PRINT MONITOR
Press to check the printing status or to cancel a printing. (See Checking and Changing Printing Status, on p. 1-16.)

Displays the current status of the copy job or other functions.

What the imageRUNNER 550 Can Do

Special Features Screen


When you press [SPECIAL FEATURES] in the Copy Basic Features screen, the Special Features screen appears in the touch panel display. The Special Features screen displays special functions available for copying. When a function is selected, a more detailed screen for the selected mode appears. To close the Special Features screen and return to the Basic Features screen, press the [DONE] key. Pressing the key after selecting a function brings up a help screen with guidance information. Press to select or cancel the Transparency Interleaving TRANSP. mode. This mode enables you to insert a blank sheet INTERLVING between each transparency when copying transparenTWO-PAGE cies. It is also possible to have the same image printed SEPARATION on the inserted sheet as on the transparency. (See
Guide

Press to select or cancel the Two-page Separation mode. This mode enables you to copy two pages of an opened book onto separate copy sheets in one step. (See Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step, on p. 3-2.)

Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies, on p. 3-4.)

DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL


Press to set or cancel the Different Size Original mode. This mode enables you to feed different-size originals together in one group in the feeder providing that the leading edge of each page is the same length. (See Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder, on p. 3-15.)

COVER/SHT INSERTION

Press to add covers. Also to add insertion sheets between specified pages and make copies. (See Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets, on p. 3-11.)

SHIFT
Press to select or cancel the Shift mode. This mode enables you to shift the position of the original image on the copy sheet. (See Making Copies with Original Images Shifted, on p. 3-7.)

BOOKLET
Press when making copies of several originals for a booklet. (See Making Copies for Use as a Booklet, on p. 349.)

MARGIN
Press to select or cancel the Margin mode. This mode enables you to create margins along the sides of copies. (See Making Copies with Margins, on p. 3-16.)

NEGA/POSI
Press to make copies with the entire black/white image inverted. (See Inverting Original Images, on p. 330.)

MODE MEMORY
Press to store or recall copy jobs. (See Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory, on p. 3-41.)

FRAME ERASE
Press to select or cancel the Frame Erase mode. This mode enables you to eliminate dark border areas and lines that appear around original images, or shadows from punched holes. (See Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies, on p. 3-18.)

REC.
Press to recall a previously set copy job. (See Recalling a Previous Copy Job, on p. 3-48.)

IMAGE COMB.
Press to select or cancel the Image Combination mode. This mode enables you to automatically reduce two, four or eight originals to fit on a single-sided or twosided copy sheet. (See Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet, on p. 3-22.)

SHARPNESS
Press to select or cancel the Sharpness mode. This mode enables you to make copies of original images with the contrast reproduced more sharply. (See Making Sharp Contrast Copies, on p. 3-31.)

FORM COMPOSITION
Press to make copies by adding images stored in memory to the original image. (See Composing Images, on p. 3-33.)

IMAGE SEPARATION
Press to select or cancel the Image Separation mode. This mode enables you to divide an original into 2 or 4 sections and enlarge each section onto a copy sheet of specified size. (See Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet, on p. 3-26.)

What the imageRUNNER 550 Can Do

Selecting a Mail Box Screen


When you press the key, the Mail Box Selection Screen appears in the touch panel display. When printing data from a computer using this machine, you can first input the data to a registered Mail Box, then print it as desired. The printing operation is performed from this machine, enabling you to avoid mixing the prints with copies. Also, you can set a password in the Mail Box, enabling you to make prints while preventing other persons from observing the data in the Mail Box.
MAIL BOX

NOTICE You cannot use a Mail Box if the machine does not have the printer function. Each Mail Box can store up to 100 documents. MEMO For details on how to use the Mail Box, see chapter 8.

MAIL BOX

Print Monitor Screen


By using the Print Monitor screen, you can check the status of a printing document, cancel printing, or specify the printing priority.
MEMO For a description of this function, see chapter 1.

What the imageRUNNER 550 Can Do

Additional Function Screen


Additional Functions

When you press the key, the Additional Function Screen appears in the touch panel display. With Additional Functions, you can set the specifications common to all copy functions. By pressing the [CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS] key you can change the initial settings (defaults) of copy functions. For example, you can set Auto Collate to ON or OFF, or set the Photo mode to ON or OFF.
MEMO For details on how to set custom copy settings, see chapter 4.

CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS

CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS


Additional Functions

TIMER SETTINGS IMAGE SERVER CUSTOM SETTINGS ADJUSTMENT/CLEANING

Guide Function Screen


Guide

Pressing the key brings up a guide screen with information about the various copying features that are available with your copier.

Usage Guide
Guide

Pressing the key after selecting a function brings up a guide screen with an explanation for that function. Use this guide function if you do not understand how to use the copy mode you are setting. (In this example, the Transparency Interleaving mode has been selected) If you press the key while setting [TRANS. INTERLVING], the touch panel display changes to the Guide Function Screen shown on the left. To return to the display for [TRANS. INTERLVING], press the [DONE] key.
Guide

Information Guide
This machine supports many functions. To find the right function for your particular copy needs or to find a simple description of a function, press the key while the Basic Features screen or Special Features screen is displayed.
Guide

(In this example, copies are being made from photo originals.) Press the [VARIOUS TYPES OF ORIGINALS] key. You can display simple explanations of the TEXT/PHOTO or Book Frame Erase modes using the [ ] or [ ] keys. To return the display to the Types of Originals screen, press the [DONE] key.

Contents
How This Manual is Organized ..................................................................................................... 1 Safety Information .......................................................................................................................... 2 What the imageRUNNER 550 Can Do ........................................................................................... 3 Contents .......................................................................................................................................... 7 How to Use This Manual .............................................................................................................. 12 Safety Considerations ................................................................................................................. 13 Installation Precautions ............................................................................................................... 21 Handling Precautions .................................................................................................................. 23

Chapter 1 Before You Start Using Copy Functions


Parts and Their Functions .......................................................................................................... 1-2
External View ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2 Internal View ........................................................................................................................................................................ 1-3 Feeder .................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-4 Control Panel Parts and Functions ...................................................................................................................................... 1-5

Main Power and Control Panel Power ....................................................................................... 1-6 Placing Originals ......................................................................................................................... 1-7
Orientation of Originals ........................................................................................................................................................ 1-7 Placing an Original on the Platen Glass .............................................................................................................................. 1-8 Placing Originals in the Feeder ............................................................................................................................................ 1-9 Using the SADF tray .......................................................................................................................................................... 1-10

Flow of Copy Operations .......................................................................................................... 1-12 Checking the Copy Mode Settings .......................................................................................... 1-14 Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode ...................................................................... 1-15 Checking and Changing Printing Status ................................................................................ 1-16
Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents ..................................................................................................... 1-16 Canceling Printing .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-17 Printing Priority ................................................................................................................................................................... 1-18 Checking the Printing History ............................................................................................................................................. 1-19

Chapter 2 Basic Copying


Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT) .................................................................... 2-2
Automatic Paper Selection ................................................................................................................................................... 2-2 Manual Paper Selection ....................................................................................................................................................... 2-3 Using the Stack Bypass ....................................................................................................................................................... 2-4

Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals) ..................................................... 2-7


Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size ................................................................................................................ 2-7 Specifying the Copy Ratio by % ........................................................................................................................................... 2-8 Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM) ............................... 2-10 Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut (FIT IMAGE MODE) ................................... 2-12 Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (ZOOM PROGRAM) ...................................... 2-13 Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM) ...................................... 2-15

Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE) ................................................ 2-17


Adjusting Copy Exposure ................................................................................................................................................... 2-17 Changing the Exposure During Copying ............................................................................................................................ 2-17 Selecting Image Quality ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-18

Contents

Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality (A) ................................................................................................ 2-19 Copying Printed Photos / Photos Printed on Photographic Paper ..................................................................................... 2-19

Entering the Copy Quantity ...................................................................................................... 2-20


Specifying the Required Number of Copies ....................................................................................................................... 2-20 Changing the Copy Quantity .............................................................................................................................................. 2-20

Using the Memory for Copying ................................................................................................ 2-21


Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up (AUTO START) ................................................................................... 2-21 Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying ................................................................................................................................. 2-22 Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass ......................................................................................................................... 2-24 If Memory Becomes Full During Copying .......................................................................................................................... 2-25

Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies (INTERRUPT MODE) ............. 2-26
Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the Platen Glass ................................................................................................ 2-26 Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the SADF Tray ................................................................................................... 2-28

Two-Sided Copying ................................................................................................................... 2-30


Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 2-SIDED) ................................................................................ 2-30 Making Two-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 2-SIDED) ................................................................................. 2-32 Making One-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 1-SIDED) ................................................................................ 2-33 Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK 2-SIDED) .............................................. 2-34

Collating Copies (FINISHER) .................................................................................................... 2-36 Checking a Sample Set Before Copying (SAMPLE SET) ...................................................... 2-39

Chapter 3 Useful Copy Functions


Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION) .................................................................................................. 3-2 Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING) ......................................................................................................................... 3-4 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted (SHIFT) .............................................................. 3-7
Making Copies with Original Images Shifted to the Centre or Corner ................................................................................. 3-7 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted Using the Number Keys ................................................................................ 3-8

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION) ...... 3-11 Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL) ................. 3-15 Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN) .................................................................................. 3-16 Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE) ..................................... 3-18 Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet (IMAGE COMB.) ............... 3-22 Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION) .............................................................................................. 3-26 Inverting Original Images (NEGA/POSI) .................................................................................. 3-30 Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS) ...................................................................... 3-31 Composing Images(FORM COMPOSITION) ........................................................................... 3-33
Storing the Image Form ..................................................................................................................................................... 3-33 Image Form Names ........................................................................................................................................................... 3-36 Erasing an Image Form ..................................................................................................................................................... 3-38 Image Composition Copying .............................................................................................................................................. 3-40

Storing Often Used Copy Setting in Memory (MODE MEMORY) .......................................... 3-41
Storing Copy Settings for a Copy Job ................................................................................................................................ 3-41 Storing a Memory Key Name ............................................................................................................................................. 3-43

Contents

Recalling a Copy Job ......................................................................................................................................................... 3-45 Erasing a Copy Job ............................................................................................................................................................ 3-46

Recalling a Previous Copy Job (REC.) .................................................................................... 3-48 Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET) .................................................................. 3-49

Chapter 4 Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Common Functions .................................................................................................................... 4-2
What Are Additional Functions? ........................................................................................................................................ 4-2 Sleep Function ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4-2 Auto Sleep ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-2 Energy Saver Mode ............................................................................................................................................................. 4-2 Low-Power Mode Time ........................................................................................................................................................ 4-3 Auto Drawer Switching ......................................................................................................................................................... 4-3 Auto Clear Function ............................................................................................................................................................. 4-3 Paper Supply Indicator Function .......................................................................................................................................... 4-4 Face Down Copy Output ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-4

Additional Functions Settings Table ......................................................................................... 4-5 Custom Settings for Copying and Printing .............................................................................. 4-6
Settings for Automatic Exposure Adjustment ....................................................................................................................... 4-6 Setting Entry Tone, Error Tone, Job Done Tone ................................................................................................................... 4-7 Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching/Auto Paper Selection ..................................................................................... 4-7 Setting the Printing Priority .................................................................................................................................................. 4-9 Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting ......................................................................................................................... 4-10 Setting Inch Input ................................................................................................................................................................4-11 Identifying the type of paper in a cassette using the touch panel display .......................................................................... 4-12 Setting or Changing the System Settings Password ......................................................................................................... 4-13 Setting the Dept.ID for Managing the Number of Prints by Department ............................................................................ 4-14 Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults ............................................................................................... 4-20

Timer Settings ........................................................................................................................... 4-21


Setting the Current Date and Time .................................................................................................................................... 4-21 Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations ..................................................................................... 4-21 Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Feature Screen after Finishing Operations ............................................... 4-22 Low-power Mode Time ....................................................................................................................................................... 4-23 Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task .................................................................................... 4-23 Setting the Time That the Units Power Turns OFF on Different Days of the Week ........................................................... 4-24

Adjustment ................................................................................................................................ 4-25


Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur ........................................................... 4-25 Adjusting the Double Staple Space ................................................................................................................................... 4-25

Custom Copy Settings .............................................................................................................. 4-26


Setting Standard Keys ....................................................................................................................................................... 4-26 Auto Orientation ................................................................................................................................................................. 4-27 Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF .................................................................................................................................... 4-27 Photo Mode ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-28 SADF Auto Feed ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-28 Changing the Fit Image Adjustment ................................................................................................................................... 4-29 Setting the Job Duration Display ........................................................................................................................................ 4-30

Contents

Changing the Current Standard Settings ........................................................................................................................... 4-31 Restoring Settings to Initial Settings .................................................................................................................................. 4-33

Image Server Custom Settings ................................................................................................ 4-34


Mail Box Setting/Storing ..................................................................................................................................................... 4-34 Deleting a Mail Box ............................................................................................................................................................ 4-36 Setting the Hard Disk Memory Assignment ....................................................................................................................... 4-37

Chapter 5 Loading Paper and Replacing the Toner Cartridge


Loading Paper ............................................................................................................................. 5-2
Loading Paper in the Drawers ............................................................................................................................................. 5-2 Loading Paper for the First Time .......................................................................................................................................... 5-5 Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size .................................................................................................... 5-7

Replacing the Toner Cartridge ................................................................................................... 5-8 Consumables and Option ......................................................................................................... 5-10
Consumables ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5-10 Option .................................................................................................................................................................................5-11

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams ................................................................................................................... 6-2
Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam ............................................................................................................................. 6-2 Paper Jam in the Main Unit .................................................................................................................................................. 6-4 Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit ......................................................................................................................................... 6-7 Paper Jam in the Right Cover .............................................................................................................................................. 6-9 Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 1 ............................................................................................................................................ 6-10 Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 2 ............................................................................................................................................ 6-12 Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 3 or 4 .................................................................................................................................... 6-12 Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass ........................................................................................................................ 6-16 Paper Jam in the Feeder ................................................................................................................................................... 6-18

Routine Cleaning ............................................................................................. 6-20


Original is not Cleanly Scanned ......................................................................................................................................... 6-20 Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty (FEEDER CLEANING) .................................................................... 6-21 Output Sheets are Dirty (WIRE CLEANING) ..................................................................................................................... 6-22

Self-diagnostic (Error) Display ...................................................................... 6-23


Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays ......................................................................................................................................... 6-23

Service Call Message ...................................................................................... 6-25

Chapter 7 Handling Options


System Configuration ................................................................................................................. 7-2 Paper Deck-C1 ............................................................................................................................. 7-3
Parts and Their Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 7-3 Paper Jam in the Paper Deck .............................................................................................................................................. 7-3 Loading Paper in the Paper Deck ........................................................................................................................................ 7-5 Main Specifications .............................................................................................................................................................. 7-6

Finisher-D1 .................................................................................................................................. 7-7

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Parts and Their Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 7-7 Collate Mode ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7-8 Group Mode ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7-8 Staple-collate Mode ............................................................................................................................................................. 7-8 Paper Jam Occurs while Non-collating .............................................................................................................................. 7-10 Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping or Staple-collating ...................................................................................... 7-12 Replacing the Staple Cartridge .......................................................................................................................................... 7-15 Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit ............................................................................................................. 7-17 Main Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-19 Consumables ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7-19

Chapter 8 Appendix
Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled ...................................................................... 8-2
Inserting the Control Card .................................................................................................................................................... 8-2 Entering the Dept. ID and Password .................................................................................................................................... 8-3

Using the Mail Box (When the printer function is installed) ................................................... 8-5
Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box .......................................................................................................................... 8-6 Printing Multiple Documents ................................................................................................................................................ 8-9 Checking the Documents Detailed Information ..................................................................................................................8-11 Erasing a Document from the Mail Box ............................................................................................................................. 8-12 Erasing Multiple Documents .............................................................................................................................................. 8-14

Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display .................................................................. 8-16 Main Specifications ................................................................................................................... 8-18 Index ........................................................................................................................................... 8-21

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How to Use This Manual


The descriptions in this manual are presented using the following general format.
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
This feature enables you to copy facing pages in a book or magazine on separate sheets of copy paper in one step.
Orijinal Copy

Main heading

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Chapter heading Content details

The above sample page does not actually exist in this manual.

Symbols Used in This Manual


WARNING CAUTION REQUEST NOTICE MEMO Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to persons if not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to these warnings. Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons or damage to property if not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions. Indicates important items or prohibited actions that should always be followed when operating the machine. These should always be read to avoid damage to the machine or injury to persons. Indicates operational warnings. Be certain to read these items so that you operate the machine correctly. Indicates notes for operation or additional explanations. Reading these is recommended.

The following symbols, key names and unit names are used in this manual. Key on control panel ............ key Key on touch panel display .............. [OK] key Screens shots of the touch panel display used in this manual are those taken when the Printer Board and Finisher-D1 are attached to the imageRUNNER 550. Note that functions that cannot be used depending on the model or options are not displayed in the touch panel display.
Start

Various Useful Copy Functions

Description of modes and operations.

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step

Subheading MEMO
Indicates notes for operation or additional explanations. Reading these is recommended.

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step

Place the original on the machine and press [OK].


MEMO If you want to make copies in page order begin copying from the last pages and work your way forward. Place the original face down so that the top of it is against the top edge of the platen glass. (See "Placing Originals" on p. 1-7.)

Reference
Page and chapter numbers containing related items are provided.

Illustrations
Illustrations help you identify keys and parts of the copier.

Place the [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION] key.


NOTICE Combined use of the Two-sided, Transparency Interleaving, Overlay, Image Combination and Image Separation modes cannot be set.

NOTICE
Indicates operational warnings. Be certain to read these items so that you operate the machine correctly.

Operation Instructions
312

Numbered steps describe how to set and operate various functions.

Safety Considerations
Installation
WARNING
Do not install the machine near alcohol, paint thinner or other inflammable substances. If inflammable substances come into contact with electrical parts inside the machine, this may result in fire or electrical shock. Do not place the following items on the machine. If these items come into contact with a highvoltage area inside the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock. Necklaces and other metal objects Cups, vases, flowerpots and other containers filled with water or liquids If these items are dropped or spilled inside the machine, immediately turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug from the outlet. Then, contact your service representative.

CAUTION

Do not install the machine in unstable locations such as on unsteady platforms or on inclined floors, or in locations which are subject to excessive vibrations, as this may cause the machine to fall or tip over, resulting in personal injury. Do not install the machine in such a way that the ventilation ports are blocked by objects. If the ventilation ports are blocked, heat will build up inside the machine and may result in a fire. Do not place heavy objects on the machine, as they may tip over or fall resulting in personal injury.

Do not install the machine in the following locations. A damp or dusty location A location which is exposed to direct sunlight A location subject to high temperatures A location that is subject to open flames

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Safety Considerations

Do not remove the machines fixing stoppers after the machine has been installed, as this may cause the machine to fall or tip over, resulting in personal injury.

Power Supply
WARNING
Do not damage or modify the power cord. Also, do not place heavy objects on the power cord, or pull on or excessively bend it, as this could cause electrical damage and result in a fire or electrical shock.

Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as this may result in electrical shock.

Do not plug the machine into a multi-plug power strip, as this may cause fire or electrical shock.

Do not bundle up or tie the power cord in a knot, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock.

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Safety Considerations

Insert the power cord completely into the outlet, as failure to do so may result in a fire or electrical shock.

Do not use power cords other than the provided power cord, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock. As a general rule, do not use extension cords. Using an extension cord may result in a fire or electrical shock. If an extension cord must be used, however, untie the cord binding and insert the power plug completely into the extension cord outlet to ensure a firm connection between the power and extension cords.

CAUTION

Do not use power supplies with voltages other than 120 V AC, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock. Always grasp the plug portion when unplugging the power plug. Pulling on the power cord may expose or snap the core wire, or otherwise damage the power cord. If the cord is damaged, this could cause an electricity leak and result in a fire or electrical shock.

Leave sufficient space around the power plug so that it can be unplugged easily. If objects are placed around the power plug, you will be unable to unplug it in an emergency.

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Safety Considerations

Handling
WARNING
Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine. There are high-temperature and highvoltage components inside the machine which may result in a fire or electrical shock.

If the machine makes strange noises, or emits smoke, heat or unusual smells, immediately turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug from the outlet. Then, contact your service representative. Continued use of the machine in this condition may result in a fire or electrical shock.

Do not use highly flammable sprays near the machine. If gas from these sprays comes into contact with the electrical components inside the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock.

Do not drop paper clips, staples or other metal objects inside the machine. Also, do not spill water, liquids or inflammable substances (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc.) inside the machine. If these items come into contact with a high-voltage area inside the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock. If these items are dropped or spilled inside the machine, immediately turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug from the socket. Then, contact your service representative.

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Safety Considerations

CAUTION

Close the feeder gently to avoid catching your hand, as this may result in personal injury.

Do not touch the Finisher while making copies, as this may result in personal injury. Turn OFF the power switch for safety when the machine will not be used for a long period of time such as overnight. Also, unplug the power plug for safety when the machine will not be used for an extended period of time such as during consecutive holidays. Do not place your hand in the part of the tray where stapling is performed while a Finisher is attached, as this may result in personal injury.

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Safety Considerations

Maintenance and Inspections


WARNING
When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug. Failure to observe these items may result in a fire or electrical shock.

Clean the machine using a firmly wrung-out cloth dampened with a mild cleansing detergent. Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner or other inflammable substances. If inflammable substances come into contact with a highvoltage area inside the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical shock. Do not throw a used toner cartridge into open flames, as this may ignite the toner remaining inside the cartridge and result in burns or a fire.

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Safety Considerations

CAUTION

Unplug the power plug from the outlet at least once a year, and clean the area around the base of the plugs metal pins to ensure all dust is removed. If dust accumulates in this area, it may result in a fire. There are some areas inside the machine which are subject to high voltages and high temperatures. Take adequate precautions when performing internal inspections to avoid burns or electrical shock.

When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician. When loading copy paper or removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper. When removing a used toner cartridge from the toner supply port, remove the cartridge carefully to prevent toner from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

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Safety Considerations

Consumables
WARNING
Do not throw a toner cartridge into open flames, as this may cause the toner to ignite and result in burns or a fire.

Do not store toner cartridges or copy paper in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the toner or copy paper to ignite and result in burns or a fire.

CAUTION

Keep toner and other consumables out of the reach of small children. If these items are ingested, consult a physician immediately.

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Installation Precautions
Avoid installing the machine in the following locations.
Avoid locations which are subject to low temperatures and low humidity, or high temperatures and high humidity.
For example, avoid installing the machine near water faucets, hot water heaters, humidifiers, air conditioners, heaters and stoves.

Avoid installing the machine in the direct sunlight.


If unavoidable, shade the machine using curtains.

Avoid poorly ventilated locations.


During use, the machine generates ozone. However, the amount of ozone generated is not enough to affect the human body. Nevertheless, if the machine is used for a prolonged period of time in a poorly ventilated room, or when making a large quantity of copies, be sure to ventilate the room to make the working environment as comfortable as possible.

Avoid locations where a considerable amount of dust accumulates. Avoid locations where ammonia gas is emitted. Avoid locations near volatile flammables, such as alcohol or paint thinner. Avoid locations which are subject to vibrations.
For example, avoid installing the machine on unstable floors or stands.

Avoid rapid changes in temperature.


If the room in which the machine is installed is rapidly heated from a low temperature, condensation may form inside the machine. This can adversely affect copy quality or result in an inability to obtain copy images.

Avoid installing the machine near computers or other precision electronic equipment.
Electrical interference and vibrations generated by the machine during copying can adversely affect the operation of such equipment.

Avoid installing the machine near televisions, radios or other similar electronic equipment.
The machine might interfere with sound and picture signal reception, etc. Plug the machine into a dedicated power outlet and maintain as much space as possible between the machine and other electronic equipment.

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Installation Precautions

Select a safe power supply.


Plug the machine into a 120V AC outlet. Do not plug other electrical equipment into the outlet to which the machine is connected. Do not plug the machine into a multi-plug power strip. Doing so might cause a fire. The power cable may become damaged if it is often stepped on or heavy objects are placed on it. Continued use of a damaged power cable can lead to an accident.

Provide adequate installation space.


more than 7-1/8'' (180mm)

31-3/8'' (795mm)

55-3/4'' (1416mm)

Finisher D-1 attached


more than 7-1/8'' (180mm)

31-3/8'' (795mm)

68-1/2'' (1738mm)

Moving the machine


If you intend to move the machine, contact your service representative beforehand.

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57-1/8'' (1451mm)

57-1/8'' (1451mm)

Provide enough space on each side of the machine for unrestricted operation.

Handling Precautions
Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine. Some parts inside the machine are subject to high voltages and temperatures. Take adequate precaution when inspecting the inside of the machine. Do not carry out any inspections not described in this manual.

Be careful not to drop any foreign objects such as paper clips or staples inside the machine. If a foreign object comes into contact with electrical parts inside the machine, it might cause a short circuit and result in a fire or electrical shock.

If there is unusual noise or smoke, immediately turn the main power switch OFF, then call your service representative. Using the machine in this state might cause a fire or electric shock. Also, avoid placing objects around the plug so that the machine can be unplugged whenever necessary. Do not turn the main power switch OFF or open the front door during copying. This might result in paper jams. To avoid danger of ignition, do not use flammable aerosol products near the machine.

If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period of time, for example during the night, turn the main power switch OFF.

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Chapter 1
Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Parts and Their Functions ............................................................... 1-2 Main Power and Control Panel Power ............................................ 1-6 Placing Originals .............................................................................. 1-7 Flow of Copy Operations ............................................................... 1-12 Checking the Copy Mode Settings ............................................... 1-14 Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode ........................... 1-15 Checking and Changing Printing Status ..................................... 1-16

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Parts and Their Functions


External View

Original supply tray Original output tray Feeder Main power switch Press to the "I" position to turn the power ON. (See "Main Power and Control Panel Power" on p. 1-6)

External View

Control panel (See "Control Panel Parts and Functions," on p.1-5)

Drawer 1,2 Each drawer holds up to 1500 sheets of copy paper (20lb-bond(80g/m2)).

Stack bypass Feeds transparencies and non-standard size copy stock. (See "Using the Stack Bypass," on p.2-4)

Right cover Open to remove jammed copy paper.(See chapter 6, "Troubleshooting") Drawer 3,4 Each drawer holds up to 550 sheets of copy paper (20lb-bond(80g/m2)). You can adjust the drawers to hold the following standard paper sizes: LGL, LTR, LTRR and STMTR.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Parts and Their Function

Internal View

Platen glass

Toner supply cover Front cover Open this cover when clearing a paper jam.

Internal View

Fixing Transport unit

Duplexing Transport unit

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Parts and Their Function

Feeder

Original output tray Feeder cover Original supply tray

Feeder
SADF tray Slide guide
CAUTION If the paper delivery slot is blocked, copying may not be correctly performed. Therefore, do not place objects in the original output tray.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Control Panel Parts and Functions


MAIL BOX key Press to use the Mail Box function. MEMORY COPY A/MEMORY COPY B key Press to use the copy function. The Copy Basic Features Screen appears in the touch panel display. While copying with one MEMORY COPY key, you can reserve another copy job using the other MEMORY COPY key. Display contrast control Use to adjust the brightness of the touch panel display.
Copying

PRINT I/F key Press to use expanded functions other than the copy function. ENERGY SAVER key Press to place the copier in the Energy Saver mode. Control panel power switch (sub power supply) Press to turn the control panel ON or OFF. When set to OFF, the machine is in the Sleep mode.

Control Panel Parts and Functions

MEMORY COPY A

Error

Copying

MEMORY COPY B

Error

Data

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Error

ON/OFF

Display Contrast

Energy Saver
Reset

1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3
Stop

4
Additional Functions

6 9

Start

7
Interrupt

ID

Touch panel display

Main Power indicator Lights when the main power is turned ON. STOP key Press to cancel copying operations (scanning, printing).

RESET key Press to return the copy settings to the Standard mode.

GUIDE key Press to display explanations of modes or functions in the touch panel display.

START key Press to start scanning of originals for copy operations. CLEAR key Press to clear incorrectly entered values or characters. Number keys Press to enter numerical values. ID key Press when setting the department ID management function.

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS key Press to set additional functions. INTERRUPT key Press to interrupt a continuous copying job when you need to make priority copies.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Main Power and Control Panel Power


The machine is provided with two power switches, a main power switch and a control panel power switch.

Turning the Power ON

Make sure that the power plug is firmly inserted into the power outlet, and press the power switches to the ON position.
The main power switch is located near the top of the right side of the machine. The main power lamp on the control panel lights when the main power switch is turned ON.

Turning the Power ON


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Press the control panel power switch.

The Basic Features screen appears in the touch-panel display.


MEMO The Copy mode on the Basic Features screen is set to the standard mode. If the message Please insert a control card appears, insert a control card. If the message Enter Dept. ID and password appears, enter the department ID and password.

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Placing Originals
There are three ways to place originals for copying. The method that you select will depend on the size and type of the original that you are using, and the copy settings that you have programmed. Platen glass Use when copying books, originals on heavy paper, lightweight paper, and transparencies. Feeder Place a stack of originals in the feeder, and they are automatically fed to the platen glass for copying. Two-sided copies can also be automatically made from two-sided originals. SADF tray To make copies of heavyweight or lightweight originals, use the SADF tray placing your originals one by one. When an original is inserted into the SADF tray, it is automatically fed in and copied.

Orientation of Originals

Orientation of Originals
You can place originals vertically or horizontally. Always align the top edge of your original with the back edge of the platen glass.
NOTICE If the original is not placed correctly, copies may not be made correctly depending on the copy mode you have set. MEMO LTR/STMT-size originals can be placed vertically or horizontally. However, the copy speed for vertically placed originals is somewhat faster than that for horizontally placed originals. (Horizontally placed LTR/ STMT-size originals are referred to as LTRR/STMTR.) 11"x17"/LGL-size originals must be placed horizontally.

[Platen glass]

Place the original face down.

Place the original face down.

Vertical placement [Feeder]

Horizontal placement

Vertical placement

Horizontal placement

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Placing Originals

Placing an Original on the Platen Glass


You should use the platen glass when copying books, originals on heavy or thin paper, and transparencies, etc.

Lift up the feeder.

Placing an Original on the Platen Glass


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Place your original.


The surface that you want to copy must be placed face down. Align the corner of the original with the mark at the top left corner of the platen glass.

MEMO Place books and other bound originals on the platen glass in the same way. When enlarging LTR/STMT-size originals to LGL/11"x17"size paper, place the original horizontally on the platen glass and align it with the LTRR or STMTR marks.

Gently lower the feeder.


NOTICE When placing originals on the platen glass, the size of the original is detected after the feeder has been lowered. Be sure to lower the feeder before copying.

CAUTION Close the feeder gently to avoid catching your hand, as this may result in personal injury. Do not press down hard on the feeder when using the platen glass to copy thick books. This may damage the platen glass.

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Placing Originals

Placing Originals in the Feeder


Place a stack of originals in the feeder, and they are automatically fed to the platen glass for copying. Two-sided copies can also be automatically made from two-sided originals. You can place the following originals in the original supply tray: Weight : 13 to 110-lb index (50 to 200 g/m2) (Up to 163 g/m2 for two-sided copies of 11"x17" size only.) Size : STMT, LTR, LGL, 11"x17" (STMT size originals can not be placed horizontally) Tray capacity : 11"x17"/LGL-size: 50 (20-lb bond or 80 g/m2), LTR/LTRR/STMT-size: 100 (20-lb bond or 80 g/m2)
NOTICE Do not place the following types of originals in the feeder: Originals with tears or large binding holes Severely curled originals or originals with sharp folds Clipped or stapled originals Carbon-backed paper or other originals which might not feed smoothly Transparencies and other highly transparent originals Check the condition of originals which have been fed through the feeder many times. Originals which have been fed through the feeder many times can become folded or wrinkled and might not feed smoothly.

Placing Originals in the Feeder

Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of the originals.

Slide guides

Neatly stack your originals face up in the original supply tray.


NOTICE After copying begins, do not add or remove originals. Copies made using the Feeder may show black marks, or marks that are not on the originals, caused by pencil powder etc on the rollers. In such a case, circulate plain white originals (copy paper) through the Feeder to clean the dirt from the rollers. MEMO STMT-size originals must be placed vertically. When enlarging STMT/LTR-size originals to LGL/ 11"x17"-size paper, place your originals horizontally. You can place different-size originals together in one group in the feeder provided that the leading edge of each page is the same length and the originals are the same thickness. (See "Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder" on p. 3-15) Once copies are made from originals, originals are output to the original output tray in the same order and facing down.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Placing Originals

Using the SADF tray


To make copies of heavyweight or lightweight originals, use the SADF tray, placing your originals one by one. When an original is inserted into the SADF tray, it is automatically fed in and copied. You can place the following originals in the SADF tray. Weight : 10-lb bond to 110-lb index (38 to 200 g/m2) Size : 11"17"/LGL/LTR/LTRR/STMT

Open the SADF tray.

Using the SADF tray


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Set the required copy mode.

Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of the original.

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Placing Originals

Place one original sheet face down in the SADF tray, sliding it forward gently as far it will go.
The original is automatically fed in and copying starts. NOTICE Be sure to place the originals one by one. If more than one original is placed, a paper jam may occur. When the original is curled, make the original flat and place it in the SADF tray. If the Basic Features screen is not shown on the touch panel display, copying will not begin after placing the original in the SADF tray. If copying does not begin after placing the original in the SADF tray, press the key. In order to begin copying automatically after placing the original in the SADF tray, you must change the setting in Additional Functions. (See ADF Auto Feed on p.4-28)
Start

Using the SADF tray

MEMO Once copies are made from originals, originals are returned to the original output tray. When you need to make another copy, set the copy mode and place the original in the SADF tray.

Close the SADF tray.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Flow of Copy Operations


This section describes the flow of basic copy operations.
MEMO For details on the following items, see the indicated pages. Main Power and Control Panel Power (See p.1-6) Loading Paper and Replacing the Toner Cartridge (See chapter 5) Loading Paper (See p.5-2) Routine Cleaning (See p.6-20)

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Flow of Copy Operations
Copying

Press the

MEMORY COPY A

or

MEMORY COPY B

key.

MEMORY COPY A

Error

Copying

MEMORY COPY B

Error

Data

MEMO If the message Please insert a control card appears, insert a Control Card. If the message Enter Dept. ID and password appears, enter the department ID and password.

Reset

1
Guide

2
E

Place your originals.


(See "Placing Originals" on p. 1-7.)

Reset

1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
St

Enter the copy quantity.


(See "Entering the Copy Quantity" on p. 2-20.)

4
Additional Functions

7
Interrupt

ID

Set the copy mode in the Basic Features screen.


(See chapter 2, "Basic Copying".) MEMO In the Basic Features screen, you can select the copy paper size, set exposure and image quality, and select the desired collating function.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Flow of Copy Operations

Set the copy mode in the Special Features screen.


(See chapter 3, "Useful Copy Functions".)

3
Stop

6 9

Start

Flow of Copy Operations

Press the

key.

Start

NOTICE You cannot change copy mode settings such as the copy quantity, copy paper size and copy ratio during copying.

When you want to copy a different original while copying using Memory Copy A or Memory Copy B
Press the or key while copying. (See "Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying" on p. 2-22.)
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B

Stopping before copying is completed


Energy Saver

3
Stop

To stop the machine before copying is completed, press the key.


Stop

6 9

Start

MEMO key, several After you have pressed the copies may be output from the machine.
Stop

Guide

To interrupt a copying job


4 5 8 0 6 9 7

Additional Functions

Interrupt

ID

To interrupt a copying job when you need to make priority key. copies, press the (See "Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies" on p. 2-26.)
Interrupt

When the copy has been made, remove it from the tray.
MEMO If the optional Control Card is attached, remove the Control Card. If you have set Department ID Management, press the ID key.
1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

4
Additional Functions

7
Interrupt

ID

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Checking the Copy Mode Settings


When the copy mode settings are selected on the Special Features screen, you can check the current settings.

Press the [SETTING CONFIRMATION] key on the Basic Features screen.


The display shows the selected copy mode settings.

Checking the Copy Mode Settings


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Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen. MEMO When six or more copy modes have been set, use the [] key to bring up the next screen. To return to the previous screen, press the [] key.

Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode


From the Setting Confirmation screen, you can also change or cancel functions.

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Press the [SETTING CONFIRMATION] key on the Basic Features screen.


The display shows the selected copy mode settings. MEMO When six or more copy modes have been set, use the [] key to bring up the next screen. To return to the previous screen, press the [] key.

Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode

Press the key for the copy mode you want to change or cancel.
The copy mode settings screen appears.

To change a mode (example: SHIFT)


Perform the same steps as when setting the mode. When the setting is as you want it, press the [OK] key. The display returns to the Setting Confirmation screen.

To cancel a mode
Press the [C] key. The display returns to the Setting Confirmation screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Checking and Changing Printing Status


You can check and change the printing status (Stand-by, Printing, etc.) using the Print Monitor screen.

Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents

Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.

Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents


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Select the document you wish to check the detailed information for and press the [DETAILS] key.

After checking the detailed information, press the [DONE] key.


Repeating this operation returns the display to the Basic Features screen.

Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Checking and Changing Printing Status

Canceling Printing

Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.

Canceling Printing

Select the document to be cancelled, and press the [CANCEL] key.

Press the [YES] key or [NO] key.


MEMO The cancelled document is displayed as NG on the Print Log screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeating this operation returns the display to the Basic Features Screen.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Checking and Changing Printing Status

Printing Priority
NOTICE You can only make priority prints when the Printer function is installed.

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Printing Priority

Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.

Select the document for printing priority and press the [PRINT NEXT] key.
MEMO Pressing the [PRINT NEXT] key ensures the document you selected will be printed after the current document has been printed.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

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Before You Start Using Copy Functions

Checking and Changing Printing Status

Checking the Printing History

Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.

Checking the Printing History

Press the [PRINT LOG] key.

After checking the printing job history, press the [DONE] key.
Repeating this operation returns the display to the Basic Features Screen. MEMO When the document has been printed correctly, OK is shown. NG is shown for documents for which printing has been canceled. In the PRINT LOG, the printing job history of up to 40 documents can be displayed.

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Chapter 2
Basic Copying

Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT) ......................... 2-2 Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals) .......... 2-7 Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE) ..... 2-17 Entering the Copy Quantity ........................................................... 2-20 Using the Memory for Copying ..................................................... 2-21 Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies (INTERRUPT MODE) .................................................................................. 2-26 Two-Sided Copying ........................................................................ 2-30 Collating Copies (FINISHER) ......................................................... 2-36 Checking Sample Set Before Copying (SAMPLE SET) ............... 2-39

Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)


Automatic Paper Selection
MEMO Auto Paper Selection is the Standard mode setting.

Basic Copying

Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.

Automatic Paper Selection


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Select the [AUTO] key.

The screen on the left appears.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


NOTICE You cannot use Auto Paper Selection when copying the following types of originals. Copy these using Manual Paper Selection. Non-standard size originals Highly transparent originals such as transparencies Originals with an extremely dark background Originals smaller than STMT in size Auto Paper Selection cannot be used together with the following modes: AUTO ZOOM, IMAGE COMB., IMAGE SEPARATION, AUTO XY ZOOM, ROTATE, and BOOKLET.

Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)

Manual Paper Selection

Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.


Basic Copying
MEMO Auto Paper Selection is the Standard mode setting.

Manual Paper Selection

Select the desired paper size.

The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected paper size is displayed.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO The paper sizes are displayed in the order in which they are loaded in the paper drawers. The paper sizes which are loaded in the paper drawers are shown in the display. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)

Reset

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Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)

Using the Stack Bypass


To make copies on transparencies or non-standard size copy stock, use the stack bypass. These copies can not be made on paper fed from the paper drawers. They are made on copy stock placed in the stack bypass which is automatically fed into the machine. If you select the Stack Bypass mode with Paper Selection, you can make copies from the stack bypass. The following two types of paper can be copied using the stack bypass.

Basic Copying

Standard Size
You can select standard inch system copy paper, or A or B series copy paper.

Free Size
You can place standard-size or non-standard size copy paper.
NOTICE Note the following points when using the stack bypass. Copy quantity: 1 to about 50 sheets (stack about 3/16" high) Paper size: 4-1/8" x 5-1/8" to 11" x 17" Paper weight: 17-lb bond to 110-lb index (64 g/m2 to 200 g/m2) Curl down copy paper before use. There are some types of copy stock which may meet the above specifications but cannot be fed in the stack bypass. MEMO When copying the following originals, you cannot use Auto Paper Selection: Highly transparent originals such as transparencies Originals with an extremely dark background Use Manual Paper Selection with these types of paper. When the Transparency Interleaving mode is already set, you cannot make copies by Free Size using the stack bypass. When the Transparency Interleaving mode is selected when making copies by Free Size, enter the copy size during mode-setting operations. Two-sided mode cannot be set for transparencies and postcard size originals.

Using the Stack Bypass


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Place your originals and program the copy settings.

Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)

Open the stack bypass.

Basic Copying

Adjust the slide guides to the size of the copy paper.

Using the Stack Bypass

When feeding large-size copy paper, pull out the auxiliary tray.

Place the copy paper in the stack bypass.


Align the required number of sheets of copy paper with the slide guides. The surface that you want to copy on must be placed face up. Insert the copy paper into the machine until it stops.

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Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)

After selecting a paper size, press the [OK] key.

NOTICE Set the paper size to the same size as the original placed on the stack bypass. When making copies with transparencies, be sure to press the [TRANSPAREN.] key.

Basic Copying

If the screen on the left is displayed, adjust the width of the slide guides to match the paper size.

Using the Stack Bypass


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Proceed to make copies in the usual way.

Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/


Reducing Originals)

Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size

Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.


MEMO Auto Paper Selection is the Standard mode setting.

Basic Copying

Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size

Select the [AUTO] key.

To enlarge, press the [E] key. To reduce, press the [R] key.
MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key.

Select a preset copy ratio.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected copy ratio is displayed.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Changing the Copy Ratio

Specifying the Copy Ratio by %


You can reduce or enlarge images by any copy ratio, selectable in 1% increments. The copy ratios are 25% to 400%.

Original

Copy
CITY

Basic Copying

CITY

CITY

CITY

Specifying the Copy Ratio by %


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Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.

You can enter the copy ratio with the [] [+] keys or the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) in 1% increments.
MEMO Even if you entered the copy ratio with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ), you can directly change (increase/ decrease) the entered values with the [] [+] keys in the touch panel display. If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key, and enter the correct value.

Changing the Copy Ratio

Press the [DONE] key.


MEMO If you specify a magnification of less than 25%, a message telling you to reset it to 25% will appear. If you specify a magnification of more than 400%, a message telling you to reset it to 400% will appear.

Basic Copying

The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected copy ratio is displayed.

Specifying the Copy Ratio by %

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Changing the Copy Ratio

Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)
In this mode, the machine automatically selects the appropriate copy ratio based on the size of the originals and the selected copy paper. The copy ratios are 25% to 400%.
Basic Copying
Original Copy

Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)
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NOTICE You cannot use the Auto Zoom mode with Auto Paper Selection. You cannot copy highly transparent originals, such as transparencies, in the Auto Zoom mode. Use the Reduction, Enlargement or Zoom modes. To use the Auto Zoom mode, your originals must conform to a standard paper size. MEMO If an error occurs between the Auto Zoom copy ratio and the actual copy size, you can adjust this with the Zoom Fine Adjustment function. (See "Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur" on p. 4-25.) The copy paper placed in the stack bypass normally is not processed in the Auto Zoom mode. To process this paper in the Auto Zoom mode, you must first specify the size of the copy paper to be placed in the stack bypass. (See "Using the Stack Bypass" on p. 2-4.) The paper sizes that can be used with Auto Zoom are as follows: For an original placed on the platen glass : 11"x17", LGL, LTR, STMT For originals placed in the feeder : 11"x17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR

Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.

Select the copy paper size.


NOTICE Select a copy paper size other than AUTO.

Changing the Copy Ratio

Press the [ZOOM] key.

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Press the [AUTO] key and then the [DONE] key.

Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.) If the original was placed on the platen glass, the zoom ratio appears when the feeder is lowered. If the original was placed in the feeder, the zoom ratio appears when the key is pressed. The copy ratio is set within the range of 25% to 400%.
Reset

Start

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Changing the Copy Ratio

Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut
(FIT IMAGE MODE)
When copying an original onto the same size of paper at a 100% copy ratio, the periphery of the original may be cut slightly on the copy. However, if you set the Fit Image mode, the copied image is automatically reduced slightly based on the copy paper size and copy image size. As a result, the entire original image is reproduced on the copy without its periphery being cut off.

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Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut (FIT IMAGE MODE)
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Place your originals and press the [FIT IMAGE] key.


NOTICE When copying onto paper placed in the stack bypass using the Fit Image mode, you must first specify the size of the copy paper. MEMO The initial setting for the Fit Image reduction ratio is 93%. You can change the percentage as desired. (See "Changing the Fit Image Adjustment," on p. 4-29.)

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. You can also cancel the setting by pressing the [FIT IMAGE] key. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Changing the Copy Ratio

Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes
(ZOOM PROGRAM)
If you enter measurements for the original and desired copy images (or sheets), the machine will automatically calculate and set the appropriate copy ratio. The following two Zoom Program modes are available.
Basic Copying

Making copies with the same XY copy ratio (ZOOM)


Designate the same copy ratio for the vertical and horizontal directions. Original Copy

Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (ZOOM PROGRAM)

Original size

Copy size

Making copies with a different XY copy ratio (XY ZOOM)


Designate a different copy ratio for the vertical and horizontal directions. Original Copy

Original size (Y)

Copy size (Y)

Original size (X)

Copy size (X)

MEMO Sizes designated in millimeters are converted to the copy ratio (%) as follows: copy ratio (%) = copy size (mm)/original size (mm) 100 Numbers past the decimal point are discarded. If the calculated copy ratio is smaller than 25%, it is set to 25%. If it is larger than 400%, it is set to 400%.

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Changing the Copy Ratio

Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.

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2
Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (ZOOM PROGRAM)
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Press the [ZOOM PROGRAM] key.

Press the [ZOOM] or [XY ZOOM] key.

Press the [ORIGINAL SIZE] key and enter the original size, then press the [COPY SIZE] key and enter the copy size, using the Number keys on the touch panel display.
MEMO If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key on the touch panel display, and enter the values again. When setting the distance in millimeters, you need to set the Inch Input function in the Additional Functions beforehand. (See Setting Inch Input on p.4-11.)

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM] , [ZOOM PROGRAM] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Changing the Copy Ratio

Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)
If you set the XY Zoom mode, you can make enlarged or reduced copies at a different XY copy ratio. The following two XY Zoom modes are available.
Basic Copying

Manually specifying the copy ratio (XY ZOOM)


Manually specify the XY copy ratio in 1% increments. Original Copy

Enlarging and reducing at different XY copy ratios


Y=80%

Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)

X=120%

Automatically specifying the copy ratio (AUTO XY ZOOM)


The XY copy ratio is automatically set to suit the size of the selected copy paper. Original Copy

LTRR selected

LTRR LTR
NOTICE If you set the Auto XY Zoom mode, select the copy paper size by Manual Paper Selection. If you do not select the copy paper size, the copy ratio is automatically set to the size of the copy paper set in the topmost paper drawer during copying. You cannot copy highly transparent originals, such as transparencies, in the Auto XY Zoom mode. Use the Reduction, Enlargement or Zoom modes. MEMO If the copy ratio is smaller than 25% in the Auto XY Zoom mode, it is set to 25%. If it is larger than 400%, it is set to 400%. If an error occurs between the Auto XY Zoom copy ratio and the actual copy size, you can adjust this with the Zoom Fine Adjustment function. (See "Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur" on p. 4-25)

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Changing the Copy Ratio

Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.

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2
Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)
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Press the [XY ZOOM] key.

Press the [X] and [Y] keys and enter the values for X and Y with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or the [+] and [] keys. Then press the [OK] key.
NOTICE If you select [AUTO XY ZOOM], be sure to select a copy size other than [AUTO]. If you select the [AUTO] key, the paper loaded in the upper drawer is selected. MEMO If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key, and enter the correct value. If you enter the copy ratio with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ), you can directly change (increase/ decrease) the entered values with the [] [+] keys on the touch panel display.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected copy ratio is displayed. NOTICE When the [AUTO XY ZOOM] is selected, X AUTO and Y AUTO are displayed as the copy ratios on the Basic Features screen. MEMO To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key. To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM], [XY ZOOM], and C keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality


(COPY EXPOSURE)

Adjusting Copy Exposure


Manually adjust the copy exposure to the most appropriate level for the original.

Basic Copying

Place your originals and press the [ ] or [ ] key.


MEMO Move the indicator above the [ ] [A] [ ] keys to the left to make the exposure lighter or to the right to make the exposure darker. If you press the [ ] or [ ] keys while Automatic Exposure Control is active (i.e. the [A] key is highlighted), the [A] key returns to normal and Manual Exposure Control become active.

Adjusting Copy Exposure Changing the Exposure During Copying

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO You can cancel the mode by pressing the machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

key. (The

Changing the Exposure During Copying


The exposure can also be changed while a copy is being produced.

Start

Place your originals and press the

key.

Copying starts and the exposure adjustment screen is displayed.

Press the [ ] or [ ] key.


Copy exposure is changed. After copying is finished, the display returns to the Basic Features screen. MEMO Move the indicator above the [ ] or [ ] keys to the left to make the exposure lighter or to the right to make the exposure darker. The copy exposure adjustment screen is also displayed when the Automatic Exposure Control is active (i.e. the [A] key is highlighted). Adjusting exposure after copying has started will produce a different result to adjusting exposure before copying the original.

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Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE)

Selecting Image Quality


You can adjust image quality to the level best suited to the quality of text or photo originals. The following three modes are available for adjusting image quality.
TEXT TEXT/PHOTO PHOTO

MEMO Move the indicator above the [ ] or [ ] keys to the left to make the exposure lighter or to the right to make the exposure darker.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO You can cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Selecting Image Quality

This mode is best suited for making copies from text originals.

This mode is best suited for making copies from originals containing both text and photos.

This mode is best suited for making copies from photos printed on photographic paper, or photo originals containing half-tones (i.e. printed photos).

NOTICE If you make copies of an original containing half-tones such as a printed photograph using the Photo mode, moir may occur. If this happens, you can soften this moir effect by using the Sharpness mode. (See "Making Sharp Contrast Copies" on p. 3-31.) Combinations of these three modes cannot be set. If you select one of these modes, the previously set mode is canceled. MEMO When you have selected the Text, Text/Photo or Photo mode, the copy exposure can be adjusted only by Manual Exposure Control. Automatic Exposure Control [A] cannot be selected. If the original is a transparency, select the Text, Text/Photo or Photo mode to adjust the image quality to the most appropriate level.

Place your original and press the [ ] (TEXT), [ ] (PHOTO) key. (TEXT/PHOTO) or [

Press the [ ] or [ ] key to adjust the copy exposure.

Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE)

Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality (A)

Place your originals and press the [A] key.


The copy exposure is automatically adjusted to the level best suited to the quality of the original. MEMO If the original is a transparency, you may not be able to use Automatic Exposure Control. If so, adjust the copy exposure using Manual Exposure Control.

Basic Copying

Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality (A) Copying Printed Photos / Photos Printed on Photographic Paper

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO You can cancel the mode by pressing the machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

key. (The

Copying Printed Photos / Photos Printed on Photographic Paper


When the [Photo Mode] key of Additional Functions is set to [ON], you can select printed image or photo after pressing the [ ] (PHOTO) key. (See "Photo Mode" on p. 4-28.)

Place your originals and press the [

] (PHOTO) key.

Select the [PRINTED IMAGE] key or [PHOTO] key.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO You can cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Entering the Copy Quantity


Specifying the Required Number of Copies
MEMO Up to 999 copies can be set. The maximum number of copies can also be changed. (For details, contact your service representative.)

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Reset

1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
St

Press the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 999).
NOTICE After copying begins, you cannot change the copy quantity.

4
Additional Functions

7
Interrupt

Specifying the Required Number of Copies Changing the Copy Quantity

ID

MEMO The maximum copy quantity varies according to the copy job settings. The copy quantity appears in the right side of the touch panel display. Copy quantity

Changing the Copy Quantity


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4
unctions

5 8 0

6 9

Start

7
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Press the C key to clear the entered number. Then press the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) to enter the copy quantity again (1 to 999).
NOTICE After copying begins, you cannot change the copy quantity.

ID

MEMO The copy quantity appears in the right side of the touch panel display.

Copy quantity

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Using the Memory for Copying


For certain copy functions, the image is first scanned into memory and then used for copying.

Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up (AUTO START)


While the machine is warming up, an original can be scanned. The message Ready to scan is displayed.
Basic Copying

Place your originals and select the desired copy mode.


MEMO When wishing to copy several originals and a special copy mode is not required, use the feeder. If no copy mode selection has been made, only one original can be scanned from the platen glass.

Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up (AUTO START)

Start

Press the

key.
When an original has been placed on the platen glass, a display such as shown at left appears on the touch panel display, depending on the copy mode. To scan the next original, press the key again. When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key.
Start

The message Scanning ... appears on the display.

MEMO To cancel copying, press the [CANCEL] key on the touch panel display or press the key on the control panel.
Stop

After the machine has finished warming up, copying starts.


MEMO If warmup ends while scanning is still in progress, copying starts at that point. During scanning, the image quality setting can be changed. Adjusting exposure during scanning will produce a different result from adjusting exposure after copying has started.

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Using the Memory for Copying

Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying


The machine has two copy functions ( , ). While copying in one copy function, you can reserve the other copy job using the other copy function. A reserved copy job immediately starts after the current job copy is completed, this allows you to save the time required for scanning the reserved copy jobs originals.
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B

Basic Copying

MEMO You can set different copy modes in each copy job ( You can only reserve one copy job while copying.

MEMORY COPY A

MEMORY COPY B

).

Press the

MEMORY COPY A

or

MEMORY COPY B

key to start copying.

Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying

2
Copying

Press the other copy key ( or ) with which you will use to reserve the copy job.
MEMORY COPY A
MEMORY COPY B

MEMORY COPY A

Error

Copying

MEMORY COPY B

Error

Data

Reset

1
Guide

MEMO While copying with or , [Copying...] is displayed on the message area on the lower part of the screen.
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B

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Using the Memory for Copying

Place your originals on the platen glass or in the feeder and set the desired copy mode.
MEMO Use the feeder when you want to reserve a copy job containing several sheets without any specified copy mode. When no specific copy mode is set, only one original sheet at a time can be scanned on the platen glass.

Basic Copying

3
Stop

6 9

Start

Press the

key and start scanning originals.

Start

Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying

MEMO While copying with or , [Scanning...] is displayed on the message area on the lower part of the screen.
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B

After the current copying job is completed, the reserved job copy starts.
MEMO When a paper jam occurs while scanning originals to reserve the copy job, scanning for the reserved copy job is finished first. Then a paper jam status screen is displayed. After the current copying job is completed, you can reserve another copy job using the copy key for which copying has been completed.

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Using the Memory for Copying

Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass


If two-sided copying of an original on the platen glass is selected, the original is first scanned into memory and then copied.
MEMO The machines memory can hold about 2,000 originals (LTR-size Canon Standard Chart) scanned in the standard mode.

Basic Copying

Place your original on the platen glass.

Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass


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Start

Set the copy mode and press the


Start

key.

Original scanning starts. To copy several originals, place the next original and press the key again. MEMO During scanning, the image quality setting can be changed. Adjusting exposure during scanning produces a different result from adjusting exposure after copying has started. To stop the process, press the [CANCEL] key on the touch-panel or press the key on the control panel.
Stop

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen and copying starts. NOTICE Originals of differing sizes cannot be scanned continuously. MEMO During copying, the copy exposure can be changed. (See Changing the Exposure During Copying on p. 2-17.) Adjusting the exposure after scanning the original and before copying, will produce a different result to adjusting the exposure during direct copying (no scanning).

Using the Memory for Copying

If Memory Becomes Full During Copying


If the memory becomes full during scanning of originals, the following messages appear on the touchpanel display.
MEMO The machines memory can hold about 2,000 originals (LTR-size Canon Standard Chart) scanned in the standard mode.

Basic Copying

If the message asking whether to print the original pages scan into memory appears, select the [YES] or [NO] key as appropriate.
[YES] : Pages in memory are printed, and remaining originals are then scanned. [NO] : Pages in memory are not printed. When processing is completed, the display returns to the Basic Features screen.

If Memory Becomes Full During Copying

If the screen displayed on the left appears, press the [OK] key to return to the Basic Features screen. Allow the current copying or printing job to be completed and then restart the copy process.

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Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies (INTERRUPT MODE)
The Interrupt mode enables you to stop the current copy job long enough to make other priority copies. This mode comes in useful when making a rush copy during a continuous copy job.
MEMO Place your original on the platen glass or the SADF tray. There are eight modes or settings which can be set in the Interrupt mode: Selecting the Copy Paper Size (See p. 2-2) Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Sizes (See p. 2-7) Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (See p. 2-10) Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut (See p. 2-12) Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (See p. 2-13) Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (See p. 2-15) Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (See p. 2-17) Entering the Copy Quantity (See p. 2-20) Auto Clear is not carried out while the Interrupt mode is set. Up to 999 copies can be made in the Interrupt mode.

Basic Copying

Interrupting the Current Copy job Using the Platen Glass

Interrupting the Current Copy job Using the Platen Glass


Guide

4
Additional Functions

5 8 0

6 9

Interrupt

Press the

key.
Interrupt

7
Interrupt

When the machine is ready for the Interrupt copy job, the flashing and remains constantly lit.

key stops

ID

MEMO If a department ID was being used to run the current copy job, the screen for entering the department ID and password appears. (See "Entering the Dept. ID and Password," on p. 8-3.) When managing copying using the control card, the control card must be inserted before using the Interrupt mode. (See "Inserting the Control Card," on p. 8-2.) If a paper jam message or out of paper message appears on the display after pressing the key, follow the instructions in the message to take the appropriate action and then press the key again.
Interrupt Interrupt

Place the interrupt copy job on the platen glass and lower the feeder.

Select the desired copy mode.

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Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies

3
Stop

Start

6 9

Press the

key.

Start

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MEMO If the Finisher is installed, the copy is delivered to tray A.

Interrupting the Current job Copy by Using the Platen Glass

When you finish copying, the touch panel display appears as shown on the left.
MEMO If you want to copy another original, press the [YES] key, place the new original, set the copy mode, and press the key.
Start

Continue interrupt copy End interrupt copy NOTICE Copies cannot be made in the regular mode unless the Interrupt mode is canceled. The Interrupt mode will not be canceled even by pressing the key.
Reset

MEMO You can also cancel this setting by pressing the

Interrupt

key.

Remove your original from the platen glass and then close the feeder.

Start

Press the

key.

The machine resumes the interrupted copy job.

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Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies

Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the SADF tray


Guide

4
Additional Functions

5 8 0

6 9

Interrupt

Press the

key.
Interrupt

7
Interrupt

When copying of the interrupt copy job becomes possible, the stops flashing and remains constantly lit.

key

Basic Copying

ID

Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the SADF tray


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MEMO If a department ID was being used to run the current copy job, the screen for entering the department ID and password appears. (See "Entering the Dept. ID and Password" on p. 8-3.) When managing copying using the control card, the control card must be inserted before using the Interrupt mode. (See "Inserting the Control Card" on p. 8-2.) If a paper jam message or out of paper message appears on the display after pressing the key, follow the instructions in the message to take the appropriate action and then press the key again.
Interrupt
Interrupt

Open the SADF tray.

Select the desired copy mode.

Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of your original.

Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies

Place one original sheet face down in the SADF tray.


The original is automatically fed in and copying starts. NOTICE Be sure to place the originals one by one. If more than one original is placed, a paper jam may occur. When the original is curled, make the original flat and place it in the SADF tray. If the Basic Features screen is not shown on the touch panel display, copying will not begin after placing the original in the SADF tray. When copying does not begin after placing the original on the SADF tray, press the key. In order to begin copying automatically after placing the original in the SADF tray, you must change the setting in Additional Functions. (See "SADF Auto Feed" on p. 4-28.)
Start

Basic Copying

Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the SADF tray

MEMO Once copies are made from originals, originals are returned to the originals output tray. When you need to make another copy , set the copy mode and place the original in the SADF tray. If the Finisher is installed, the copy is delivered to tray A.

When you finish copying, the touch panel display appears as shown on the left.
MEMO If you want to copy another original, press the [YES] key, load the new original, set the copy mode, and press the key.
Start

Continues interrupt copy. Ends interrupt copy. NOTICE Copies cannot be made in the regular mode unless the Interrupt mode is canceled. The Interrupt mode will not be canceled even by key. pressing the
Reset

MEMO You can also cancel this setting by pressing the

Interrupt

key.

Close the SADF tray.

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Two-Sided Copying
NOTICE Non-standard paper sizes cannot be used to make two-sided copies. Two-sided modes cannot be used with the Two-page Separation, Image Combination, Image Separation, Transparency Interleaving and Booklet modes. MEMO The Two-sided mode that you have set is displayed above the [TWO-SIDED] key in the Basic Features screen. Copy paper used to make two-sided copies must conform to the following specifications. Paper size : 11" x 17" to STMT (STMTR-size and paper less than 182 mm (7-3/16") wide cannot be used.) Paper weight : 17 to 20-lb bond (64 g/m2 to 200 g/m2)

Basic Copying

Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 2-SIDED)


This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided originals.

Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 2-SIDED)


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Originals

Copy

MEMO If there are an odd number of originals, the back of the last page is left blank. (The machine's counter does not count the blank page as a copy.)

Place your originals and press the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Two-Sided Copying

Select the [1 [OK] key.

2-SIDED] key and then press the

Basic Copying

Select the appropriate orientation and press the [OK] key.

Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 2-SIDED)

The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and "1 2" is displayed above the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the screen and press the key once for each original. (See Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass, on p.2-24.) To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Start
Reset

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Two-Sided Copying

Making Two-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 2-SIDED)


This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals placed in the feeder to make two-sided copies.
Original Copy

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Basic Copying

Making Two-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 2-SIDED)

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Select the [2 [OK] key.

2-SIDED] key and then press the


The display returns to the Basic 2" is Features screen, and "2 displayed above the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Two-Sided Copying

Making One-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 1-SIDED)


This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals placed in the feeder to make one-sided copies.
Original Copy

Basic Copying

Making One-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 1-SIDED)

NOTICE Be sure to place the original horizontally when making copies from LTRR, STMTR and other horizontal sizes. If these originals are placed vertically, the back of the copy will be printed upside down.

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Select the [2 [OK] key.

1-SIDED] key and then press the


The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and "2 1" is displayed above the [TWO-SIDED] key.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Two-Sided Copying

Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK2-SIDED)
This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from facing pages in a bound original, such as a magazine.

Original
1

Copy

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Basic Copying

Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK 2-SIDED)

NOTICE When using this feature, select LTR size copy paper.

Place your original on the platen glass and press the [TWO-SIDED] key.
MEMO If you want to make copies in page order, begin copying from the last page and work your way forward. Place the original face down so that its top edge rests against the back edge of the platen glass.

Select the [BOOK 2-SIDED] key and then press the [OK] key.

Two-Sided Copying

The display returns to the Basic Features screen and BOOK 2 is displayed above the [TWOSIDED] key.

Basic Copying

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


For the next two facing pages, place the original and press the key again. (See "Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass" on p. 2-24.)
Start

Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK 2-SIDED)

MEMO To cancel the setting, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order. key. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the (The machine returns to the standard mode.)
Reset

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Collating Copies (FINISHER)


The Finisher mode can be selected to collate the copies in various ways by pages or copy sets. You can also have copied pages output facing downward. When "Collate" is set: Copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order, and output onto the trays as follows.
Originals Three sets of copies specified Copy set 1 Copy set 2 Copy set 3

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1

1 2 3 4 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

When "Group" is set: All copies of the same original page are automatically collated and grouped together, and output onto the trays as follows.
Originals Three sets of copies specified Grouped copies of page 1 Grouped copies of page 2 Grouped copies of page 3 Grouped copies of page 4

Collating Copies (FINISHER)

1 2 3 4

1 1 1

2 2 2

3 3 3

4 4 4

When "Staple" is set: Copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order, output onto the trays as shown below, and then automatically stapled.
NOTICE Staple can only be specified when the machine is equipped with the Finisher-D1 (option). Originals Copy set 1 Copy set 2 Copy set 3

Three sets of copies specified

1 2 3 4

When none of the above (Collate, Group or Staple) are set: All copies are output into the top tray as follows.
Originals Copies

1 2 3 4
3 4

When Rotate is specified When originals of the same size are placed, the pages are aligned and the copy sets are delivered in alternating directions.
NOTICE Only size LTR can be selected. "Rotate" can only be specified when the machine is not equipped with the Finisher (option).

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Collating Copies (FINISHER)

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [FINISHER] key.

Basic Copying

Select the desired collate feature and then press the [OK] key.

Collating Copies (FINISHER)

MEMO [STAPLE] is only displayed when the optional Finisher is installed. [ROTATE] is only displayed when the optional Finisher is not installed.

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Collating Copies (FINISHER)

When [STAPLE] is selected


Select the stapling position and press the [OK] key. NOTICE STMTR paper cannot be corner-stapled. LTRR, STMTR paper cannot be double-stapled.

Basic Copying

MEMO You can adjust the double staple space. (See "Adjusting the Double Staple Space," on p. 4-25.)

When [Rotate] is selected


Select LTR size paper.

Collating Copies (FINISHER)


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The display returns to the Basic Features screen and the selected feature is displayed above [FINISHER].

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [FINISHER] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Checking a Sample Set Before Copying (SAMPLE SET)


Before making multiple copies, the copying result can be checked using the Sample Set mode.

Place your originals and program the copy setting.


MEMO [SAMPLE SET] is displayed when you set a multiple number of copy sets in the Collate or Staple modes.

Basic Copying

Checking a Sample Set Before Coping(SAMPLE SET)

Press the [SAMPLE SET] key and then press the key.
Start

Sample Set copying starts and one copy set is made.

Press the [YES] or [NO] key.

Makes the remaining copies. Cancels copying.

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Chapter 3
Useful Copy Functions

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION) ............................ 3-2 Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING) ....................................................... 3-4 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted (SHIFT) ................... 3-7 Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION) ........................................................ 3-11 Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL) ...................................................................................... 3-15 Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN) ....................................... 3-16 Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE) .. 3-18 Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet (IMAGE COMB.) .............................................................................. 3-22 Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION) .............. 3-26 Inverting Original Images (NEGA/POSI) ....................................... 3-30 Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS) ........................... 3-31 Composing Images (FORM COMPOSITION) ............................... 3-33 Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory (MODE MEMORY) .... 3-41 Recalling a Previous Copy Job (REC.) ......................................... 3-48 Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET) ....................... 3-49

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
This feature enables you to copy facing pages in a book or magazine on separate sheets of copy paper in one step.
Original Copy

Useful Copy Functions

NOTICE In the Two-page Separation mode, combined use of the Two-sided, Transparency Interleaving, Image Combination, Image Separation, Cover/Sheet Insertion and Booklet modes cannot be set.

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
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Place your original on the platen glass and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
MEMO If you want to make copies in page order, begin copying from the first pages and work your way forward. Place the original face down so that the originals top edge is against the top edge of the platen glass.

Press the [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION] key.

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


Start

Useful Copy Functions

For the next two facing pages, place the original and press the

key again.

MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
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Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies


(TRANSP. INTERLVING)
Use this mode when copying onto transparencies fed from the stack bypass. The machine automatically interleaves a sheet of copy paper between each transparency. The interleaf sheets protect the copied surface of the transparencies. They can also either be printed with the same images as the transparencies or left blank. Blank interleaf sheets selected in the Transparency Interleaving mode.
Originals
REPORT

Useful Copy Functions

Copy
REPORT

Transparency

Blank interleaf sheets

Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)

Printed interleaf sheets selected in the Transparency Interleaving mode.


Originals
REPORT

Copy
REPORT REPORT

Transparency

Printed interleaf sheets

NOTICE You cannot make more than one set of copies at a time in the Transparency Interleaving mode. In the Transparency Interleaving mode, combined use of the Two-page Separation, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Combination, Image Separation, Two-sided and Booklet modes cannot be set. Even if your machine is equipped with a Finisher, you cannot use any of the Finisher modes with the Transparency Interleaving mode. MEMO When copying interleaf sheets, those sheets are included in the count of the total number of copies.

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Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [TRANSP. INTERLVING] key.

Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)

Place the transparencies in the stack bypass.


NOTICE Adjust the slide guides in the stack bypass to fit the size of the transparencies. MEMO You can place a stack of transparencies of up to 1/4" in height in the stack bypass.

Select the size of the transparencies, then press the [OK] key.

NOTICE If the message shown on the left appears in the touch panel display, adjust the slide guides and select the size of the transparencies again. In the Transparency Interleaving mode, the transparencies are fed from the stack bypass and the copy paper is fed from the paper drawer.

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Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies

Select whether or not to copy the image onto the interleaf sheet and then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen. MEMO When copying interleaf sheets, those sheets are included in the total number of copies.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO The copies are output with the copied side facing down, with the transparency first, followed by the interleaf sheet. To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [TRANSP. INTERLVING], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)
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Making Copies with Original Images Shifted (SHIFT)


CENTER/CORNER SHIFT (p.3-7.) Makes copies with the entire image shifted to the center or a corner.
Original STMTR Copy with original image shifted to the center 11"x17" Copy with original image shifted to a corner 11"x17"

Useful Copy Functions

NO. KEY ENTRY (p.3-8.) Makes copies with the entire image shifted to a position designated with the Number keys.
Original Copy
4-3/4"(120mm) 3-1/8"(80mm)

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted to the Center or Corner

CITY

Move to designated area copy

CITY

NOTICE In the Shift with No. Key Entry mode, combined use of Image Combination, Image Separation and Booklet modes cannot be set.

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted to the Center or Corner

Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Press the [SHIFT] key.

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Making Copies with Original Images Shifted

Press the [CENTER/CORNER SHIFT] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Select the shift direction by using the arrow keys, then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen. MEMO Shift direction refers not to the direction in which the original is placed, but to the position of the original viewed from above.

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted Using the Number Keys

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [SHIFT], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted Using the Number Keys

Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

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Making Copies with Original Images Shifted

Press the [SHIFT] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [NO. KEY ENTRY] key.

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted Using the Number Keys

Select the shift direction, then enter the value using the number keys displayed on the touch panel display.
MEMO To change an entered value, select the direction and enter the desired value again. If you make a mistake when entering a value, press the C key on the touch panel display and enter the correct value.

Entering millimeters
Press the [mm] key. Enter the required shifting distance in millimeters using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ). MEMO When setting the distance in millimeters, you need to set the Inch Input function in the Additional Functions to OFF beforehand. (See Setting Inch Input, on p.411.) To change an entered value, select the direction and enter the desired value again with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ). If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key and enter the values again.

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Making Copies with Original Images Shifted

After you have entered the desired values with the Number keys on the touch panel display, press the [OK] key.
Example: To move the image to the left
Press the left [ ], and enter the value. MEMO Follow the same procedure when shifting to the right, top and bottom.

Useful Copy Functions

Example: To move the image in a diagonal direction


Press the top (or bottom) [ ], and enter the value. Then press the right (or left) [ ] and enter the value. The diagonal direction arrow is displayed.

Making Copies with Original Images Shifted Using the Number Keys
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Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [SHIFT], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/
SHEET INSERTION)
This mode enables you to program the copier to automatically add front and back covers and insertion sheets to copy sets using a different type of copy stock. In addition, the front and back covers and insertion sheets can also be copied.
NOTICE In the Cover/Sheet Insertion mode, combined use of Group mode, Transparency Interleaving, Two-page Separation, Image Combination, Image Separation, Booklet and Form Composition modes cannot be set. In the Back Cover and Sheet Insertion modes, combined use of Front Cover, Back Cover and Booklet mode cannot be set. Stapling is not possible when the total number of originals and insertion sheets exceeds 50 sheets in the Staple mode.

Useful Copy Functions

Front Cover Adds a front cover sheet to each set of copies. The cover sheet can also be copied.
Originals
REPORT

Copy
REPORT

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION)

Printed front cover selected in the Cover/Sheet insertion mode

Back Cover Adds a back cover sheet to each set of copies. The back cover can also be copied.
Originals
REPORT

Copy
REPORT

Printed front and back covers selected in the Cover/Sheet insertion mode

Sheet Insertion This mode enables you to automatically add insertion sheets between the pages of copy sets. It is useful when you want to divide your copy sets into different sections. The sheet insertion can also be copied.
Originals
REPORT

Copy
REPORT

Printed insertion sheets selected in the Cover/Sheet Insertion mode

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Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [COVER/SHT INSERTION] key.

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION)
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Select the Cover/Sheet Insertion feature you wish to use, and then press the [OK] key.
MEMO The [FRONT COVER], [BACK COVER] and [SHEET INSERTION] modes can all be selected at once. You can cancel a mode by pressing the mode key again.

When copying onto the front cover, back cover or insertion sheet, press the [PRINTED] key and then press the [OK] key.
MEMO The display will change depending on the setting in step 3.

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets

Make the following settings depending on the mode selected.


MEMO The display will vary depending on the mode selected.

When selecting the [BACK COVER] key


Select the side to be copied onto, then press the [OK] key.

Useful Copy Functions

When selecting the [SHEET INSERTION] key


Set all positions where the sheet is to be inserted into the copies, then press the [OK] key. Specify the sheet insertion positions with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ). MEMO You can insert up to 20 insertion sheets. If you wish to insert 8 or more sheets, use the [ ], [] keys to scroll to the insertion positions. To cancel a specific sheet insertion page setting, scroll the highlighted display up and down with the [] or [] key and then press the C key.

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION)

When selecting the the Two-Sided Mode


Press the [SET DETAILS] key.

Select the side to be copied onto, then press the [DONE] key.

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Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets

Select the paper source for each insertion sheet, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Select the same paper size for the front and back cover and the insertion sheets. The display will vary depending on the mode selected.

Useful Copy Functions

7 8

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the screen and press the key once for each original. When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key. (See Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass, on p.224.) To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [COVER/SHEET INSERTION], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Start
Reset

Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets (COVER/SHEET INSERTION)
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Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL)


You can feed different-size originals (e.g. LTR and 11"x17") together in one group in the feeder, provided that the leading edge of each page is the same length.
NOTICE All originals placed together in the feeder must be the same weight (paper type). Paper sizes in which the leading edge of each page are different (e.g. 11"x17" and LGL) cannot be fed together. STMT and LTR/LGL paper cannot be fed together. In the Dif. Size Original mode, combined use of Image Combination, Image Separation and Booklet modes cannot be set.

Useful Copy Functions

Place your original in the feeder and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL)

Press the [DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] and [DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)


This mode enables you to make copies with the entire original image shifted by a designated width (0 to 20 mm/0" to 3/4") to the left, right, top or bottom to create a margin on copy sheets. Use this mode to make copies ready for placement in ring binders or folders.
Original Left margin selected Right margin selected Top margin selected Bottom margin selected

Useful Copy Functions


NOTICE When the Margin mode is set, the entire original image is shifted to the left, right, top or bottom by a selected width and copied. When copying an original image that extends to the edge of the sheet, part of that image will be cut off. The margin mode cannot be set together with the Booklet mode.

Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)


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1 2

Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Press the [MARGIN] key.

Select the margin type and press the [OK] key.

Making Copies with Margins

NOTICE If you are using the Margin and Two-sided modes together and copying an original that already has a margin, follow the instructions below: 1 2 sided : Set the margin for the back only. 2 2 sided : You do not need to set the margin. Proceed to make copies in the usual way. 2 1 sided : Set the margin for the back only. If you are using the Margin and Two-sided modes together and copying an original that does not have a margin, follow the instructions below: 1 2 sided : Set the margin for both the front and back. 2 2 sided : Set the margin for both the front and back. 2 1 sided : Set the margin for both the front and back.

Useful Copy Functions

When the [LEFT MARGIN] or [RIGHT MARGIN] key is selected


Use [+] and [] to set the margin for the front and back (0" to 3/4" / 0 to 20mm). Then press the [OK] key. If you want to make the input in millimeters. (See Setting Inch Input on p.4-11.)

Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)

When the [TOP MARGIN] or [BOTTOM MARGIN] key is selected


Use the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or [+] and [] to set the margin (1/ 16" to 3/4" / 1 to 20mm). Then press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [MARGIN], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

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Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE)


This mode erases shadows and lines that appear when copying various types of originals. The following four Frame Erase features are available. ORIGINAL FRAME ERASE Erases the dark borders and frame lines that appear around the original image when the original is smaller than the selected copy paper size.
NOTICE In the Original Frame Erase mode, combined use of Image Combination, Image Separation and Booklet modes cannot be set. Copy (LTR)

Useful Copy Functions

Original (STMT)

Original Frame Erase mode selected

Copy (LTR)

Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE)

Original Frame Erase mode not selected

SHEET FRAME ERASE Creates a blank border about 1/4" in width around the edge of the copy sheet.
Original Copy

BOOK FRAME ERASE Erases the dark border as well as center and contour lines that appear when copying facing pages in a bound original onto a single copy sheet.
NOTICE In the Book Frame Erase, combined use of Image Combination, Image Separation and Booklet modes cannot be set. Copy Book Frame Erase selected Original

Copy Book Frame Erase not selected

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Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies

BINDING ERASE Erases the shadows that appear in copies from binding holes in originals.
NOTICE In the Binding Frame Erase mode, combined use of Two-page Separation, Image Separation and Booklet modes cannot be set. Copy Binding Erase mode selected

Useful Copy Functions

Original

Copy Binding Erase mode not selected

Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE)

REQUEST Do not place originals with binding holes in the feeder, as this may damage the originals.

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.


MEMO Copy originals with binding holes placed on the platen glass with the binding holes on the right.

Press the [FRAME ERASE] key.

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Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies

Select the Frame Erase feature, then press the [OK] key.
Original frame erase selected: go to step 4. Book frame erase selected: go to step 4. Sheet frame erase selected: go to step 6. Binding erase selected: go to step 5.

Useful Copy Functions

Select the size of the book when opened or the original size, then press the [OK] key.
Original frame erase selected: go to step 6.
NOTICE You can use the Original Frame Erase mode only on original sizes shown in the touch panel display.

Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE)


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Set the center margin using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or the [+] and [] keys, then press the [OK] key.
When book frame erase is selected
MEMO For book frame erase, enter the center frame erase width (center margin). The center width can be set within the range of 1/ 8" to 1-15/16".

Binding erase selected


MEMO The frame erase width for binding erase can be set within the range 1/16" to 3/4".

If you want to make the input in millimeters, set inch entry to OFF in Additional Functions. (See "Setting Inch Input" on p.4-11.)

Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Useful Copy Functions

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [FRAME ERASE], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
RESET

Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE)

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Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet


(IMAGE COMB.)
This mode automatically reduces two, four, or eight originals to fit on one side or both sides of a selected copy paper size.
NOTICE Originals copied in the Image Combination mode must all be the same size. You cannot use the Image Combination mode with the Different Size Original mode. In the Image Combination mode, combined use of Two-sided, Two-page Separation, Transparency Interleaving, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Separation, From Composition, and Booklet modes cannot be set. MEMO The reduction ratio is automatically set so that the originals fit in the selected copy paper size.

Useful Copy Functions

2 ON 1 Reduces two one-sided or two-sided originals to fit on one side or both sides of the copy sheet.
Originals Copy

Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet (IMAGE COMB.)

1
1 2

4 ON 1 Reduces four one-sided or two-sided originals to fit on one side or both sides of the copy sheet.
Originals Copy

2
3 4

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Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet

8 ON 1 Reduces eight one-sided or two-sided originals to fit on one side or both sides of the copy sheet.
Originals
REPORT

Copy

Useful Copy Functions

REPORT

6
8

Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet (IMAGE COMB.)

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Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [IMAGE COMB.] key.

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Select the size of the originals, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO When reducing a two-sided original, press the [2-SIDED ORIGINAL] key after selecting the original size.

Select the desired Image Combination feature, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO To make a two-sided copy, press the [2-SIDED COPY] key.

Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet

If you press the [SET DETAILS] key, the layout order can be specified.
Copies are made in the order specified.

Useful Copy Functions

2 ON 1

Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet (IMAGE COMB.)

4 ON 1, 8 ON 1

Select the copy paper size, then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen. NOTICE You cannot set Auto Paper Selection in the Image Comb. mode. MEMO The machine automatically selects the copy ratio depending on the selected paper size.

6 7

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the display and press the key once for each original. When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key. (See Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass on p.2-24.) To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [IMAGE COMB.], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Start
Reset

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Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION)
This mode automatically divides an original into equal sections and copies each section in enlarged form on a separate copy sheet.
NOTICE Originals copied in the Image Separation mode must all be the same size. You cannot use the Different Size Original mode with the Image Separation mode. In the Image Separation mode, combined use of the Two-sided, Two-page Separation, Transparency Interleaving, DIF. Size Original, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Form Composition, Image Combination, and Booklet modes cannot be set.

Useful Copy Functions

The following Image Separation features are available: 1 TO 2, 1 TO 4,TWO SIDED/1 TO 2 and TWO SIDED/1 TO 4.
MEMO The enlargement copy ratio is automatically set to match the designated copy paper size.

1 TO 2 Divides a one-sided original into two equal sections and outputs the sections in enlarged form as two one-sided copies or one two-sided copy.
Original Copy

Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION)

or
1 2

1 1 2

MEMO You can place LTR and STMT-size originals horizontally or vertically when using this feature. When placed vertically, each page is divided into upper and lower sections.

1 TO 4 Divides a one-sided original into four equal sections and outputs the sections in enlarged form as four one-sided copies or two two-sided copies.
Copy

Original

or
2 1

MEMO You can place LTR and STMT-size originals horizontally or vertically when using this feature.

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Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet

TWO SIDED/1 TO 2 Divides a two-sided original into four equal sections and outputs the sections in enlarged form as four one-sided copies or two two-sided copies.
Copy Original

Useful Copy Functions

or
1
1 2

2 3 4

MEMO You can place LTR and STMT-size originals horizontally or vertically when using this feature. When placed vertically, each page is divided into upper and lower sections. When copying with the setting TWO SIDED/1 to 2, place the original in the feeder.

Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION)

TWO SIDED/1 TO 4 Divides a two-sided original into eight equal sections and outputs the sections in enlarged form as eight one-sided copies or four two-sided copies.
Original
REPORT
R E

Copy

REPORT
1 2

1 5 2 6
3 4

7
1

or
3 3 7 4 8

MEMO You can place LTR and STMT-size originals horizontally or vertically when using this feature. When copying with the setting TWO SIDED/1 to 4, place the original in the feeder.

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Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.


MEMO When copying with the setting TWO SIDED/1 to 2 or TWO SIDED/1 to 4, place the original in the feeder.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [IMAGE SEPARATION] key.

Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION)

Select the desired Image Separation feature, then press the [OK] key.

When [2-SIDED COPY] is selected


After selecting the appropriate layout press the [OK] key.

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Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet

Select the layout for the last original, then press the [OK] key.
If the last page of a set of two-sided originals is a one-sided original, select the [FRONT] key. MEMO Press the [SET DETAILS] key and the setting screen is displayed. When selecting the detailed settings, the screen for specifying the image (print) order is displayed, as shown below.

Useful Copy Functions

1 TO 4, Two-sided/1 TO 4

Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION)

1 TO 4, Two-sided/1 TO 4

1 TO 2, Two-sided/1 TO 2

1 TO 2, Two-sided/1 TO 2

5 6

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the display and press the key once for each original. When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key. (See "Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass," on p. 2-24.) To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [IMAGE SEPARATION], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Start
Reset

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Inverting Original Images (NEGA/POSI)


Make copies of the entire original inverted as follows.
Original Copy

SCENE
Useful Copy Functions

SCENE

1
Inverting Original Images (NEGA/POSI)
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Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Press the [NEGA/POSI] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] and [NEGA/POSI] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS)


This mode allows you to make copies of original images with the contrast reproduced sharper or softer. To make copies with text or lines reproduced sharper, use the [HIGH] key. To make copies with photographs or other half-tones reproduced more softly, use the [LOW] key. LOW If you make copies of an original containing half-tones such as a printed photograph using the Photo mode, moir or screen clash may occur. However, by using the [LOW] key, you can soften this moir effect so that the copy is easier on the eyes. This feature is suited to photographic images in newspapers and magazines.
Original Low set Copy Low not set

Useful Copy Functions

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together.

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together.

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together.

Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS)

HIGH This feature enhances the edges of original images so that faint or fine text is reproduced more sharply. This is particularly suited to blueprints or faint pencil-drawn originals.
Original High set Copy High not set

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together. Aptly nicknamed "Tropical torests under the sea". these spots of breathtaking beuty serve as home to countless varieties of life. And to us of the land, the warm tropical seas and all the romantic, dream-like, alluring world.

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together. Aptly nicknamed "Tropical torests under the sea". these spots of breathtaking beuty serve as home to countless varieties of life. And to us of the land, the warm tropical seas and all the romantic, dream-like, alluring world.

The world's coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad of other creatures of the tropics come together. Aptly nicknamed "Tropical torests under the sea". these spots of breathtaking beuty serve as home to countless varieties of life. And to us of the land, the warm tropical seas and all the romantic, dream-like, alluring world.

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

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Making Sharp Contrast Copies

Press the [SHARPNESS] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Use the [HIGH] or [LOW] keys to adjust the sharpness, and press the [OK] key.
The display reverts to the Special Features screen. MEMO To copy text and lines clearly, the setting should be towards "HIGH". To copy photographs etc., the setting should be towards "LOW".

Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS)


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Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [SHARPNESS], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
RESET

Composing Images (FORM COMPOSITION)


Form Composition is a function that superimposes an image (image form) previously read and registered in the memory (image server) of the machine, on the image of the original.
NOTICE Form composition can be used together with other copy modes to process images. However, other copy modes can only be used for the copy image, and not for the stored image forms. A maximum of up to 100 image forms can be registered. However the actual number that can be registered depends on the available Mail Box capacity. (See Setting the Hard Disk Memory Assignment, on p.4-37.)

Useful Copy Functions

Image Form

Original

Copy

Entire Image Composition

Storing the Image Form

Image Form

Original

Copy

Transparent Image

Storing the Image Form

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

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Composing Images

Press the [FORM COMPOSITION] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Select the memory key (00-99) in which you wish to store the image form, and press the [STORE/ERASE] key.

Storing the Image Form


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Press the [STORE] key.

Select the size of the original from which you wish to scan the image form.

Composing Images

Select a form feature, then press the [OK] key.

Useful Copy Functions

When [TRANSPARENT IMAGE] is selected.


Adjust the transparent density using the Number keys ( the [+][-] keys, then press the [OK] key.
0

) or

MEMO If you make a mistake entering the values, press the C key and enter the correct value again. Values entered using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) can be changed using the [+] [-] keys.

Storing the Image Form

Place the original from which you wish to scan the image form on the platen glass, and press the key.
Start

NOTICE Be sure to place the original from which you wish to scan the image form on the platen glass. It is not possible to scan an original placed in the feeder.

Press the [OK] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

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Composing Images

Image Form Names

1
Useful Copy Functions

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

2
Image Form Names

Press the [FORM COMPOSITION] key.

Select the memory key (00-99) in which you wish to store the name of the image form, and press the [STORE/ERASE] key.
MEMO To check the stored image forms, press the [SAMPLE PRINT] key and make a copy of the image.

Press the [STORE NAME] key.

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Composing Images

After entering the new name, press the [OK] key.


MEMO For details on how to enter characters on the touch panel display. (See Entering Characters on the Touch-Panel Display on p. 8-16.)

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [OK] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Image Form Names


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Composing Images

Erasing an Image Form

1
Useful Copy Functions

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

2
Erasing an Image Form
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Press the [FORM COMPOSITION] key.

Select the memory key (00-99) for which you wish to erase the image form, and press the [STORE/ERASE] key.
MEMO To check the stored image forms, press the [SAMPLE PRINT] key and make a copy of the image.

Press the [ERASE] key.


The message to confirm whether or not you wish to erase the image form is displayed.

Composing Images

Select the [YES] key.


The image form stored in memory is erased. MEMO When the [YES] key is pressed, the name stored with the image is also erased. If you do not want to erase the image, press the [NO] key.

Useful Copy Functions

Press the [C] key.


The display returns to the Special Features screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Erasing an Image Form


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Composing Images

Image Composition Copying

1
Useful Copy Functions

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

2
Image Composition Copying
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Press the [FORM COMPOSITION] key.

After selecting the image form (00-99) to be combined, press the [OK] key.
MEMO To check the images stored as forms, press the [SAMPLE PRINT] key and make a copy of the image. When you wish to combine the images on the back of the copy sheet also, press the [BACK] key and select the desired image form.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [IMAGE COMPOSITION], and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset

Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory (MODE MEMORY)


Stored copy jobs can be quickly recalled by pressing the memory key. It is also possible to assign a name when storing a copy job.

Storing Copy Settings for a Copy Job


Useful Copy Functions

Program the copy job that you want to store in the Basic Features or Special Features screen.
MEMO In the display on the left, [TWO- PAGE SEPARATION] and [MARGIN] are set.

Storing Copy Settings for a Copy Job

Press the [MODE MEMORY] key.

Press the [STORE/ERASE] key.

Press the [STORE] key.

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Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

5
Memory keys

Select the desired memory from among memory keys [M1] to [M9], then press the [OK] key.
MEMO If you have selected a memory key to which a copy job is stored, its settings are displayed. If there are more stored copy modes than currently displayed, you can scroll using the [] or [] keys.

Useful Copy Functions

If you selected a memory key for which a copy job has not yet been stored :
The message screen to confirm whether or not you want to store the new copy job is displayed. To store To cancel storing : Select the [YES] key. The new copy job is stored to the memory key. : Select the [NO] key, then select another key.

Storing Copy Settings for a Copy Job


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If you selected a memory key for which a copy job has already been stored :
The message screen to confirm that you want to replace the old copy job settings with the new copy job settings is displayed. To overwrite To cancel storing : Select the [YES] key. The contents of the memory key are replaced with the new copy job. : Select the [NO] key, then select another key.

When you have finished storing copy settings, the message on the left appears for about two seconds.

When the copy settings are stored, the memory key storing the copy job is highlighted and the stored settings are displayed.

Press the [OK] key.


The display returns to the Special Features screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

Storing a Memory Key Name

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.


Useful Copy Functions

Press the [MODE MEMORY] key.

Storing a Memory Key Name

Press the [STORE/ERASE] key.

Press the [STORE NAME] key.

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Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

Select the memory key ([M1] to [M9]) for which you wish to assign a name, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO For details on how to enter characters on the touch panel display. (See Entering Characters on the Touch-Panel Display, on p. 8-16.) If you have selected a memory key to which a copy job is stored, its settings are displayed.

Useful Copy Functions

Enter the new name and press the [OK] key.


MEMO If you press the [OK] key without any characters entered, the name of the memory key will revert back to its initial setting, e.g. [M1] or [M2].

Storing a Memory Key Name


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Press the [OK] key.


The display returns to the Special Features Screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

Recalling a Copy Job

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.


Useful Copy Functions

Press the [MODE MEMORY] key.

Recalling a Copy Job

Select the memory key where the copy setting you wish to recall is stored.

Check the copy settings stored to the memory key. If the contents are correct, press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen. MEMO Recalling a copy job from memory cancels the current copy job. After recalling a copy job from memory, you can change the settings stored to the copy job. If you press another memory key, the copy job stored to that key is recalled.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

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Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

Erasing a Copy Job

1
Useful Copy Functions

Press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

2
Erasing a Copy Job
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Press the [MODE MEMORY] key.

Press the [STORE/ERASE] key.

Press the [ERASE] key.

Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory

Select the memory key of the copy job that you wish to erase, then press the [OK] key.
NOTICE Check the copy settings before you erase them.

Useful Copy Functions

MEMO If you have selected a memory key to which a copy job is stored, its settings are displayed. If there are more stored copy modes than currently displayed, you can scroll using the [] or [] keys.

The message on the left appears to confirm that you want to erase the copy job. Select the [YES] key.
The stored copy job is erased. MEMO If you press the [YES] key, the currently stored copy job and name are erased. If you want to cancel erasing, select the [NO] key. The message Erased. is displayed for about two seconds on the touch panel display.

Erasing a Copy Job

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Special Features screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

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Recalling a Previous Copy Job (REC.)


You can recall up to three previously set copy jobs and make copies using these settings.
NOTICE One copy job is defined by setting the number of copies, exposure, zoom etc. and pressing the or key when the auto-clear function is on, or by calling up a copy job stored in memory. If one of these keys was not pressed, or if the auto-clear function is not active, calling up a copy job by pressing [REC.] is not possible. Once stored, the three copy jobs are held in memory even if the power is turned OFF. The Standard mode or Additional Function settings are not stored. For example, when the Photo mode is set to "ON" in the custom copy settings, the Photo mode cannot be recalled using the Recall mode.
Start
Reset

Useful Copy Functions

Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Recalling a Previous Copy Job (REC.)


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Press the [REC.] key.

Select one of the [1BEFORE], [2BEFORE] or [3BEFORE] keys. Check that the copy settings are correct before pressing the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen. MEMO You can also check which copy jobs are stored to memory other than the currently displayed copy job by pressing the [] or [] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.

Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)


You can copy single-sided or two-sided originals in such a way that the copies can be easily made into a booklet.
Originals Copy

Useful Copy Functions

1 2 3 4
2

8
5

1
4

5 6 7 8

Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)

NOTICE In the Booklet mode, combined use of Two-sided, Collate, Two-page Separation, Transparency Interleaving, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Dif. Size Original, Margin, Image Separation and Form Composition modes cannot be set.

Place your originals in the feeder and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.

Press the [BOOKLET] key.

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Making Copies for Use as a Booklet

Select original type and size.


MEMO To copy two-sided originals in the Booklet mode, press the [2-SIDED ORIGINAL] key after selecting the size.

Useful Copy Functions

Select the paper size and press the [OK] key.


MEMO To add a cover page, press the [ADD COVER] key. Insert the paper for the cover page in the stack bypass. The cover page can only be copied on the front. NOTICE The paper used for the cover page must be the same size as the other pages. The paper used for the cover page must not be heavier than 110-lb index (200 g/m2).

Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)


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If the [ADD COVER] key is selected.


After selecting the [YES] or [NO] key to set whether or not to copy on the cover, press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the Basic Features screen.

Proceed to make copies in the usual way.


MEMO When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the display and press the key once for each original. When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key. (See Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass on p. 2-24.) To cancel the setting, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] , [BOOKLET] and [C] keys in that order. You can also cancel the mode by pressing the key. (The machine returns to the standard mode.)
Start
Reset

Chapter 4
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Common Functions ......................................................................... 4-2 Additional Functions Setting Table ................................................ 4-5 Custom Settings for Copying and Printing ................................... 4-6 Timer Settings ................................................................................ 4-21 Adjustment ..................................................................................... 4-25 Custom Copy Settings ................................................................... 4-26 Image Server Custom Settings ..................................................... 4-34

Common Functions
What Are "Additional Functions"?
When you turn the power ON or when you press the key, the settings of this machine return to their initial settings. "Additional Functions" allows you to change initial settings by, for example, choosing whether or not to use the initial values (defaults) for each of the modes supported on this machine, or whether or not a mode is to be used. Defaults can also be changed by storing or setting new values. This chapter describes items that can be set in the Custom Common Settings screen, Timer Settings screen, and Adjustment/Cleaning screen.
NOTICE Depending on the options installed on your machine, some items may not need to be set. Such items will be grayed out on the display. In the touch-panel illustrations of this manual, all items are shown as available.
Reset

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Sleep Function
If you press the control panel power switch to OFF, the display in the touch-panel display goes out and the machine enters the Sleep mode. The Sleep mode helps to conserve power, but there will be a slight delay when starting to use the machine next time. To reactivate the machine, press the power switch on the control panel. The Basic Features screen will appear on the touch-panel display.
MEMO Turn the control panel power switch OFF when not using your machine for a prolonged period of time, for example at night.

Sleep Function Auto Sleep Energy Saver Mode

Auto Sleep
If the machine is not operated for a period of about 1 hour after copying has finished or after a keying operation, the control panel power switch automatically turns to OFF, and the machine enters the Sleep mode. To turn the power back ON, press the control panel power switch to ON.
MEMO You can set the Auto Sleep Time from 10 minutes to 4 hours. (See "Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations," on p. 4-21.)

Energy Saver Mode


When the copy functions of the machine will not be used for a long time, you can press the key to put the machine in Energy Saver mode. This reduces the temperature of the machines fixing unit and key once more. Pressing the key, thereby conserves energy. To start copying again, press the key, key or key also reactivates the machine.
Energy Saver

Energy Saver

MEMORY COPY A

MEMORY COPY B

MAIL BOX

PRINTI/F

MEMO The following Energy Saver Mode settings can be selected: 10% mode, 25% mode, 50% mode, and Return Directly to Standard Mode. (See "Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting," on p. 4-10.)

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Common Functions

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Low-Power Mode Time


If the copier is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a period of about 15 minutes after copies have been made or key operation performed, the copier automatically enters the Low-power mode. You can easily change the Low-Power Mode Time. Pressing the key, key, key or key also reactivates the machine.
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B MAIL BOX PRINTI/F

MEMO The Low-Power Mode Time can be set from 10 minutes to 4 hours. (See "Low-Power Mode Time," on p. 4-23.)

Auto Drawer Switching


If a paper drawer runs out of copy paper during copying, the machine automatically locates another paper supply drawer loaded with the same size paper, and begins feeding copy paper from that paper drawer.
MEMO You can set whether or not a drawer is subject to Auto Drawer Switching for copy and printer functions. (See "Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching," on p. 4-7.)

Low-Power Mode Auto Drawer Switching Auto Clear Function

Auto Clear Function


If the machine is not operated for a period of about 2 minutes, it automatically returns to the Standard mode.
MEMO You can set the Auto Clear Time from 1 to 9 minutes, in one-minute increments. You can also cancel this function. (See "Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after Finishing Operations," on p. 4-22.)

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Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Paper Supply Indicator Function


This function shows the remaining amount of paper in each paper drawer when selecting the paper source or when paper in one cassette has run out during copying. There are four different indicators as shown below. Display Remaining paper Drawer is approximately 50% - 100% full Drawer is approximately 10% - 50% full Drawer is less than approximately 10% full Drawer is empty
Display when selecting paper Display when paper has run out

Paper Supply indicator

Paper Supply Indicator Function Face Down Copy Output

Face Down Copy Output


You can have copied pages and printed pages output facing downward, in page order.
MEMO Single copies of single originals, and copies on free size paper and postcards fed via the stack bypass tray are output face upward. When you turn Auto Collate OFF and set the Collate mode, papers will be output facing down even when the number of originals is one.

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Additional Functions Settings Table


The following items can be stored or set in the Custom Common Settings screen. (* indicates factory default setting)
Additional Function AE ADJUSTMENT AUDIBLE TONES Available settings SPEED PRIORITY*, IMAGE QLTY PRTY ENTRY TONE : ON*,OFF ERROR TONE : ON*,OFF JOB DONE TONE : ON*,OFF COPY/PRINTER (Stack Bypass: ON,OFF* Drawers : ON*,OFF) COPY:1 (Priority)* /PRINT, COPY -10%*, -25%, -50%, RETURN DIRECTLY TO STANDARD MODE ON*, OFF NONE* / All available four-digit number (No setting*) ON, OFF* (STORE DEPT. ID PASSWORD/COPY TOTALS) INITIALIZE Initial setting (ten-digit number) 1 hour*, 10/15/20/30/40/50/90 min., 1, 2, 3, 4 hours 2 min*, 0 (no setting), 1 to 9 min. 15 min*, 10/15/20/30/40/50/90 min., 1, 2, 3, 4 hours 1 min*, 0 (no setting), 1 to 9 min. Sunday to Saturday, 00:00 to 23:59 in one minute increments X/Y:0*, settable in 0.1% increments within range -1.0 to +1.0% Place blank paper in the feeder, and then press the [START] key Press the [START] key 4-4/3 *, 1-5/8 to 5-7/8 All modes (No setting*) ON*, OFF ON*, OFF ON, OFF* ON*, OFF Copy ratio:90 to 99% (93%*) / Center Shift: ON*, OFF Lose Bit of Image : ON, OFF* ON, OFF* STORE, INITIALIZE INITIALIZE Mail Box No., Mail Box name, password (four-digit No.), automatic delete Mail Box : 500MB*, 0 to 1700MB Temporary/ Form

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS TIMER SETTINGS


ADJUSTMENT/ CLEANING

DRAWER ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS PRINTING PRIORITY ENERGY SAVER MODE INCH ENTRY PAPER ICON SETTING SET SYSTEM SETTINGS PASSWORD DEPT. ID MANAGEMENT INITIALIZE CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS DATE&TIME SETTINGS AUTO SLEEP TIME AUTO CLEAR TIME LOW-POWER MODE TIME TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN DAILY TIMER SETTINGS ZOOM FINE ADJUSTMENT FEEDER CLEANING WIRE CLEANING DOUBLE STAPLE SPACE ADJUSTMENT STANDARD KEY 1, 2 SETTING AUTO ORIENTATION AUTO COLLATE PHOTO MODE SADF AUTO FEED FIT IMAGE MODE ADJUSTMENT JOB DURATION DISPLAY STANDARD SETTINGS INITIALIZE CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS MAIL BOX REGISTRATION HD MEMORY ASSIGNMENT

Additional Functions Settings Table

CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS


IMAGE SERVER CUSTOM SETTINGS

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing


MEMO The Custom Common Settings screen is made up of several screens. Use the [] and [] keys to scroll to the desired screen and make the required settings. When [] or [] should be pressed, the indication is displayed in this manual.

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Settings for Automatic Exposure Adjustment


Speed Priority : Text is automatically set as the image mode. Only the exposure is adjusted. The machine judges the exposure each time an original is scanned so that copies made from originals with colored backgrounds onto white copy paper will not have smudges in the background. : Copies are made after automatically adjusting the exposure and image quality. In order to make the automatic adjustment, the original needs to be scanned prior to copying. This reduces the copy speed.

Image Quality Priority

MEMO The initial setting is SPEED PRIORITY.

Settings for Automatic Exposure Adjustment

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [SPEED PRIORITY] or [IMAGE QLTY PRTY] key, then press the [OK] key.
Pre-scanning is not performed. The original is scanned once (pre-scanning) and exposure adjustment is performed. Then the original is scanned once again.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting Entry Tone, Error Tone, Job Done Tone


Gives you the choice of whether or not to sound audible tones. The following tones sound at the following times: Entry Tone : When pressing keys on the control panel or keys in the touch panel display (initial setting: ON) Error Tone : When a machine malfunction occurs (e.g. paper jam or operational error) (initial setting: ON) Job Done Tone : After the last copy has been made (e.g. outputting or stapling is completed) (initial setting: ON)

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [ON] or [OFF] keys for "ENTRY TONE", "ERROR TONE" and "JOB DONE TONE", then press the [OK] key.

Setting Entry Tone, Error Tone, Job Done Tone Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching/Auto Paper Selection

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching/Auto Paper Selection


The paper drawers to be used for Automatic Paper Selection and Auto Drawer Switching can be set. This setting can be made independently for copy and printer functions. It is useful when different paper drawers are to be used for different purposes.
MEMO Paper drawers set to ON are used for the following functions: Auto Paper Selection (APS) : The machine automatically selects the appropriate paper size (paper drawer) for the size of the original and the set copy ratio. Auto Drawer Switching (ADS) : If a drawer runs out of paper during a continuous copy job, the machine automatically selects another paper drawer with the same paper size and begins feeding paper from that drawer. Initial settings are "OFF" for the stack bypass and "ON" for the drawers (1 to 4).

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Select the [COPY] or [PRINTER] key.


MEMO "PRINTER" can be set only when the machine supports printer functions.

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key for the stack bypass and each drawer, then press the [OK] key.
ON : Makes the drawer eligible for APS/ADS. OFF : Makes the drawer ineligible for APS/ADS.

Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching/Auto Paper Selection


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Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting the Printing Priority


You can set the printing priority for the copy and printer functions of the machine. For example, the machine can be set so that output of copies takes precedence over printing of documents sent from a computer.
MEMO The initial settings are as follows: Copy: 1 (Priority) Print: 2 (1 and 2 indicate priority sequence)

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the printing priority, then press the [OK] key. Setting [1] sets the highest printing priority.
[PRINT] : This can be set only when the machine supports printer functions. MEMO When the same printing priority has been set for both functions, printing starts from whichever of the functions starts the earliest.

Setting the Printing Priority

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting


You can change the setting for the Energy Saver mode.
MEMO The initial setting is 10%.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select [10%], [25%], [50%] or [RETURN DIRECTLY TO STANDARD MODE], then press the [OK] key.
MEMO The approximate energy savings figures for each mode and the approximate delay times from power ON to Ready to copy are listed below. 10% mode :10% less power (approx 1 min)* 25% mode :25% less power (approx 1 -1/2 min)* 50% mode :50% less power (approx 2 -1/2 min)* Return Directly to Standard mode : 2% less power (approx 0 seconds)* * The figures in parenthesis ( ) show the approximate time it takes for the machine to return to the ready to copy state.

Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting


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Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting Inch Input


When this setting is [ON], keys for inputting values in inches will be displayed on the numeric input screen.
MEMO The initial setting is ON.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.

Setting Inch Input

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Identifying the Type of Paper in a Cassette Using the Touch Panel Display
When making the paper selection, the type of paper in the cassette can be indicated by the icon. For example, it is useful when using recycled paper or colored paper.
MEMO The initial setting is None.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the cassette which you wish to register an icon for.

Identifying the Type of Paper in a Cassette Using the Touch Panel Display
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Select the icon to be indicated beside the paper size when selecting paper in the copy mode, then press the [OK] key.
The screen returns to step 2.

MEMO Select as many icons as are necessary for your needs. You can cancel the setting by pressing the [NO SETTINGS] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again. MEMO The icons registered here are displayed when selecting paper in the copy mode, as shown on the left.

Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting or Changing the System Settings Password


This sets the password for the system administrator. If the system settings password is set, restrictions can be placed on storing or changing the following item.

Common Setting Restrictions


Dept. ID Management
MEMO The initial setting : No system settings password is set.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

To change the system settings password, first enter the existing system settings password and then press the [OK] key.
If making the setting for the first time, proceed to step 3.

Setting or Changing the System Settings Password

Enter a four-digit number as the new system settings password, then press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting the Dept. ID for Managing the Number of Prints by Department


By storing a four-digit Dept. ID and password for each department, you can set the machine so that its copy functions can be used only when the correct password has been input. This is called "Dept. ID Management". Dept. IDs and passwords for up to 300 departments can be stored. This function allows you to check the copy totals for each department for management purposes. With Dept. ID Management, the following operations can be carried out: Setting whether or not to set Dept. ID Management Storing the Dept. ID and the password
MEMO The initial setting is "OFF".

Storing the Dept. ID and Password


Storing the Dept. ID and Password

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the system settings password, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter the password stored under set system settings password. (See Setting or Changing the System Settings Password, on p. 4-13.) This step is not required if the system settings password is not stored.

Select whether to use the department ID management function.


When [NO] is selected
Press the [OK] key and proceed to step 7.

When [ON] is selected


To set the department ID and password, press [STORE DEPT, ID/ PASSWORD] and proceed to step 4.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Press the [] and [] keys to display the position where the Dept. ID is to be stored, and touch that position. Then enter the Dept. ID using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
MEMO Up to 300 departments can be input, each identified by a four-digit number.

If a password is needed, touch the position corresponding to the dept. and enter the password with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
MEMO If you do not store a password, the copy function can be used by entering only the Dept. ID.

Storing the Dept. ID and Password

Press the [OK] key.

Press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the display on the left (Dept. ID/ Password entry screen) appears in the touch panel display. MEMO When Dept. ID Management is set, the display on the left (Dept. ID/Password entry screen) appears in the touch panel display when you turn the power ON.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Deleting the Dept. ID and Password

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the system settings password, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter the password stored under set system settings password. (See Setting or Changing the System Settings Password, on p. 4-13.) This step is not required if the system settings password is not stored.

Deleting the Dept. ID and Password


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Press the [ON] key, then the [STORE DEPT. ID/PASSWORD] key.

Use the [] and [] keys to display the Dept. ID/Password you want to change or delete. Then touch the Dept. ID or Password and press the C key.

Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Press the [OK] key.

Press the [OK] key.

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Checking Copy Totals

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Checking Copy Totals

This allows you to display the total number of copies made so far for each department.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the system settings password, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter the password stored under set system settings password. (See Setting or Changing the System Settings Password, on p. 4-13.) This step is not required if the system settings password is not stored.

Select the [ON] key, then press the [COPY TOTALS] key.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Check the copy totals.


Press the [] or [] keys to display the desired department. After checking the copy totals, press the [OK] key.

Press the [OK] key.

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Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Deleting Copy Totals


The following instructions describe how to delete the copy totals made so far for all departments.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the system settings password, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter the password stored under set system settings password. (See Setting or Changing the System Settings Password, on p. 4-13.) This step is not required if the system settings password is not stored.

Deleting Copy Totals

Select the [ON] key, then press the [COPY TOTALS] key.

Press the [CLEAR ALL TOTALS] key.

Select the [YES] key. The message "Initialized." is displayed in the touch panel display for about two seconds.
MEMO To cancel the deletion process, select the [NO] key.

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Custom Settings for Copying and Printing

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Press the [OK] key. Press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults


This function allows you to return the custom common settings to their defaults (initial settings).
NOTICE The settings for System Settings Password and Dept. ID Management cannot be initialized.

Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Press the [YES] key.


MEMO To cancel initialization, press the [NO] key.

This screen is displayed for about 2 seconds.

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Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Timer Settings
MEMO The Timer Settings screen is made up of several screens. Use the [] and [] keys to scroll to the desired screen and make the required settings. When [] or [] should be pressed, the indication is displayed in this manual.

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting the Current Date and Time


Sets the current date and time. The date and time set here is also used as the time setting required for functions for which the time can be set.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the current date (year, month, day) and time with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ), then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter only the last two digits for the year. Enter the date as four digits without a space, such as 0605 for June 5. Enter the time in 24-hour notation as four digits without a space, such as 1503 for 15:03. If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key, and enter the values again starting with the year. The year 2000 will be displayed as 00.

Setting the Current Date and Time Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations


If the machine is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a certain period of time, the control panel power switch automatically switches OFF to save power. The machine then enters the Sleep mode.

MEMO The initial setting is 1 hour.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key
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Timer Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Enter the desired Auto Sleep Time with the [] or [] keys, then press the [OK] key.
The Auto Sleep Time settings are 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50 minutes, 1 hour, 90 minutes and 2 to 4 hours (in one-hour increments).

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after Finishing Operations
Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after Finishing Operations
If the machine is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a certain period of time, the display returns to the Basic Features screen. This time is called "Auto Clear Time". Auto Clear Time can be set from 1 to 9 minutes in one-minute increments. Auto Clear Time can also be set to "OFF".
MEMO The initial setting is 2 minutes.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the desired time period with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or [+] [] keys, then press the [OK] key.
0 : Auto clear OFF 1 to 9 : Set in one-minute increments.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Timer Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Low-Power Mode Time


If the copier is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a certain period of time after copies have made or key operation performed, the copier automatically enters the Low-power mode. You can easily change the Low-Power Mode Time.
MEMO The initial setting is "15 minutes."

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the Low-Power Mode Time by pressing the [] or [] key, then press the [OK] key.
The Low-Power Mode Time settings are 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50 minutes, 1 hour, 90 minutes and 2 to 4 hours (in one-hour increments).

Low-Power Mode Time Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task
This machine enters the Quiet mode after a specified amount of time has elapsed following a copy job or after a key has been pressed. On this screen you can specify the amount of time that must elapse prior to entering the Quiet mode.
NOTICE When the machine is used in an environment where high temperatures can occur, do not set this item to 0 minutes (Off). MEMO The initial setting is "1 minute."

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

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Timer Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Enter the desired time period with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or [+] [] keys, then press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting the Time That the Units Power Turns OFF on Different Days of the Week
Sets the time that the machine is automatically turned OFF on different days of the week. Setting range:Daily from Sunday to Saturday, 00:00 to 23:59 in one-minute increments The initial setting:No setting
MEMO When the Auto Clear Time and Daily Timer are both set, the Auto Clear Time has priority.

Setting the Time That the Units Power Turns OFF on Different Days of the Week

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the day of the week, enter the time with the Number keys, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO The time is expressed as four continuous digits in the form of "Hours" and "Minutes". Example: 7:05 a.m. 0705 11:18 p.m. 2318 If you make a mistake when entering the time, choose the day of the week again, then enter a four-digit number. If you do not want to specify the time, press the C key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Adjustment
MEMO The Adjustment/Cleaning screen is made up of several screens. Use the [] and [] keys to scroll to the desired screen and make the required settings. When [] or [] should be pressed, the indication is displayed in this manual.

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur
This function serves to compensate for slight differences in size between the original and the copy.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Press the [ ] or [ ] keys to adjust the copy ratio (%), then press the [OK] key.

Adjustment Ranges X (horizontal) direction : 1.0 to +1.0% in 0.1% increments Y (vertical) direction : 1.0 to +1.0% in 0.1% increments

Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur Adjusting the Double Staple Space

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Adjusting the Double Staple Space


The double staple space can be set from 1-1/2" to 5-7/8".
NOTICE This setting is not required when the Finisher is not installed. MEMO The initial setting is " 4-3/4" ".

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Enter the desired Double Staple Space with the [+] [-] keys, then press the [OK] key.
If you want to make the input in milimeters, set Inch Input to [OFF] in the Additional Function settings. (See Setting Inch Input, on p.4-11.)

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Copy Settings


MEMO The Custom Copy Settings screen is made up of several screens. Use the [] and [] keys to scroll to the desired screen and make the required settings. When [] or [] should be pressed, the indication is displayed in this manual.

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting Standard Keys


You can store up to two Standard keys from the Zoom, Finisher and Two-sided keys on the Basic Features screen, the keys in the Special Features screen, or the memory keys containing copy jobs stored in the Mode Memory.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

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Setting Standard Keys
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Press the [] or [] keys to display the desired mode to be stored as a Standard key. Select the item, then press the [OK] key.
Lightly dimmed lettering in the list of modes indicates that the mode has already been stored.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Example: Standard keys 1 and 2 are displayed in the touch panel display as shown below.

Standard key 1 Standard key 2

Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Auto Orientation
Using parameters such as original size and zoom ratio, this function automatically rotates the copy image to the most suitable position for the specified copy paper size.
MEMO The initial setting is ON.

Call up the desired screen as follows.


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO When zoom is set to 100%, only standard paper sizes up to LTR can be rotated. When auto paper selection is selected, the paper matching the width will be displayed as the optimum size if there is no paper with the optimum length.

Auto Orientation Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF


This function allows automatic selection of the Collate mode when the original is placed in the feeder. This is helpful when making multiple copies, because the user does not need to remember to select the Collate mode.
MEMO The initial setting is ON. Turn Auto Collate OFF and set the Collate mode when you want to keep the print direction fixed when making prints on papers with headers or punched holes, or when you want to make a large amount of prints of one page when the Finisher-D1 is attached. To avoid forgetting to set the Collate mode in such cases, we recommend setting the Collate mode as the standard mode. (See Changing the Current Standard Settings on p.4-31. ) When you turn Auto Collate OFF and set the Collate mode, papers will be output facing down even when the number of originals is one. When you turn Auto Collate OFF and set the Collate mode when the Finisher-D1 is attached, the papers will be output to Tray B. (Transparencies and non standard size papers are not included.)

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

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Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.

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Photo Mode

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Sets the Photo mode. When the Photo mode is set to ON, Printed Image or Photo is displayed in the basic features screen when Photo Mode is selected.
MEMO The initial setting is OFF.

Photo Mode SADF Auto Feed

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.

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SADF Auto Feed

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Sets whether or not to start copying automatically when an original is placed in the SADF tray.
MEMO The initial setting is ON.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

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Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Changing the Fit Image Adjustment


The following Fit Image mode settings can be changed and registered: Copy Ratio : Reduction ratio can be set. Center Shift : Image copied can be shifted to the center of the page. Lose Bit of Image : When making copies with the Fit Image Mode, outline or shadow produced around the image can be deleted.
MEMO The initial settings are Copy ratio 93%, Center Shift ON and Lose Bit of Image OFF.

Changing the Fit Image Adjustment

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Set the copy ratio using the [+] or [] key.


MEMO The copy ratio can be set from 90%-99%, in 1% increments. Note that even if you set LOSE BIT OF IMAGE to OFF, the image may be cut off if the ratio is set to enlarge.

Set [COPY RATIO], [CENTER SHIFT] and [LOSE BIT OF IMAGE], then press the [OK] key.
MEMO Usually when copying, a few inches (millimeters) around the edges of originals are not copied and may appear blank on copy sheets. Even if Center Shift is set to ON, it may not take effect, depending on the size of the image and copy paper.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting the Job Duration Display


When the Job Duration display is set to ON, the time remaining until completion of the copy job (Job Duration Time) is indicated in minutes on the touch panel display. (The job duration time is not displayed for some copy modes.)
MEMO The initial setting is OFF. The job duration time is not displayed for the Transp. Interlving, Cover/Sht Insertion, Rotate-collate, Rotate-group and Dif. Size Original modes.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

2
Setting the Job Duration Display
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Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Changing the Current Standard Settings


"Standard Settings" refers to a combination of copy modes that the machine is set to after the power is turned ON or when the key is pressed. This section describes how to store the currently set copy settings as the Standard Settings. Standard Settings can also be returned to their initial settings (defaults).
Reset

MEMO The Standard mode initial settings (defaults) are as follows: Copy quantity : 1 Paper selection : Automatic Exposure/Image quality : A

Storing the Standard Settings


MEMO To change the Standard settings, copy settings must already have been stored as the Standard settings.

Call up the desired screen as follows:

Storing the Standard Settings

Additional Functions

Key

Press the [STORE] key.

Select the [YES] or [NO] key.


To store the currently displayed settings as the Standard Settings:
Select the [YES] key.

To cancel storing the currently displayed settings as the Standard Settings:


Select the [NO] key. The settings displayed here are the currently set copy settings. Press the [] or [] keys to display copy modes that do not fit in the display area. This screen is displayed for about 2 seconds.

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Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Initializing the Standard Settings

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [INITIALIZE] key.

Initializing the Standard Settings


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Select the [YES] or [NO] key.


To initialize the Standard Settings:
Select the [YES] key.

To cancel initialization of the Standard Settings:


Select the [NO] key. The display returns to the display in step 2.

When initialization is completed, the message on the left appears. The display then returns to the Custom Copy Settings screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Custom Copy Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Restoring Settings to Initial Settings


Items that have been changed in the Custom Copy Settings mode can be returned to their factory defaults (initial settings).

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the [YES] or [NO] key.


To initialize custom copy settings:
Select the [YES] key. Proceed to step 3.

To cancel initialization of custom copy settings:


Select the [NO] key. The display returns to the Custom Copy Settings screen.

Restoring Settings to Initial Settings

When initialization is completed, the message on the left appears. The display returns to the Custom Copy Settings screen.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Image Server Custom Settings


Mail Box Setting/Storing
When using the Mail Box, you must set and store each mail box item beforehand.
NOTICE This setting is not requied when the printer function is not installed. MEMO The Mail Box can store up to 100 items (Box number : 00 to 99).

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

2
Mail Box Setting/Storing
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Press the Mail Box number, then press the [STORE] key.
MEMO You can also select a Mail Box by entering the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Enter the Mail Box name, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO For details on how to enter the characters, see Entering Characters on the Touch-Panel Display on p. 8-16. If you wish to cancel storing, press the [C] key.

Image Server Custom Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Enter the password with the Number keys ( 9 ), then press the [OK] key.

NOTICE Since there is no way to check the password registered, please record the password you registered and keep it separately. MEMO If no password is registered, press the [OK] key. You can delete the number you entered by pressing the key. If you wish to cancel registration, press the [C] key.

Set the amount of time to elapse before received documents are automatically deleted by pressing the [] or [] key, then press the [OK] key.
MEMO The initial setting is 2 hours.

Mail Box Setting/Storing

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Image Server Custom Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Deleting a Mail Box


NOTICE You cannot delete a Mail Box if there is data remaining in it.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Select the Mail Box you wish to delete, then press the [DELETE] key.

Deleting a Mail Box


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Enter the password, then press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the mail box was registered. (See "Mail Box Setting/Storing" on p. 4-34.) If a password is not registered, this operation is not required.

Press the [YES] or [NO] key.


If you wish to delete
Select the [YES] key.

If you do not wish to delete


Select the [NO] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Image Server Custom Settings

Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs

Setting the Hard Disk Memory Assignment


Sets the hard disk memory assignment.
MEMO The initial setting is 500 MB.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Press the [STORE/ERASE] key.

Setting the Hard Disk Memory Assignment

Press the [] or [] key to set the reserved memory, then press the [OK] key.
NOTICE The figure you can set depends on the amount of image forms that have already been registered. If the Mail Box capacity is set to the maximum value, then registration of image forms will not be possible.

Press the [DONE] key.


Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Chapter 5
Loading Paper and Replacing the Toner Cartridge

Loading Paper .................................................................................. 5-2 Replacing the Toner Cartridge ........................................................ 5-8 Consumables and Option .............................................................. 5-10

Loading Paper
This section describes how to load paper in the paper drawers.
MEMO The following size copy paper can be loaded in the drawers: 1st and 2nd drawer: LTR 3rd and 4th drawer: 11" x 17" to STMTR

Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Loading Paper in the Drawers


When the selected drawer runs out of copy paper during copying, the display on the left appears to indicate that the selected paper drawer or stack bypass has run out of paper.

CAUTION When loading copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the copy paper.

NOTICE The message will also appear if the selected paper drawer is not fully inserted into the machine. Properly insert the paper drawer.

Loading Paper in the Drawers


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MEMO You can check the amount of paper remaining in the paper drawer by looking at the remaining paper quantity display on the front of the paper drawer. If the above message appears during copying, load copy paper, and restart the copy operation. The remaining copies will be made.

Press the drawer release button of the paper drawer in which you wish to load paper.

Loading Paper

Grip the handle and pull out the paper drawer until it stops.

Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Loading Paper in the Drawers

Open a package of copy paper, and remove the paper stack.


NOTICE Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and store it in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Do not copy on the following types of copy stock. Doing so may cause a paper jam. Severely curled or wrinkled paper. Transparencies for full-color copiers. Paper on which color images have been copied. Paper which has been copied on using a digital full color copier (do not copy on the reverse side either). Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (do not copy on the reverse side either). MEMO Drawer 1 and 2 hold up to about 1500 sheets of copy paper each (20-lb bond (80g/m2)). Drawer 3 and 4 hold up to about 550 sheets of copy paper each (20-lb bond (80g/m2)). For high-quality copies, we recommend using paper recommended by Canon.

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Loading Paper

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Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Turn the paper stack over, and place it in the paper drawer.
Even out the edges of the paper stack. Load the paper stack against the right wall of the paper drawer. NOTICE If the copy paper is curled, curl it down before placing it in the paper drawer. Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the limit mark at the back of the paper drawer. When loading paper in the stack bypass, load the paper directly after opening the package without turning the paper stack over. Make sure that the paper size setting in the paper drawer matches the size of paper to be loaded.

Loading Paper in the Drawers


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Gently push the paper drawer back into the machine until it clicks.

NOTICE Never place paper or any other items in the open part of the paper drawer next to the paper stack. Doing so may cause paper jams. MEMO When output has been canceled due to insufficient paper, load the paper and follow the instructions displayed in the touch panel display. The machine will then resume output of copies.

Loading Paper

Loading Paper for the First Time


When loading paper for the first time, you must adjust the paper drawer guides to match the paper size you wish to load, and set the size plate of the paper drawer. This should be done before loading paper.
Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Press the drawer release button of the paper drawer.

Grip the handle and pull out the paper drawer until it stops.

Loading Paper for the First Time

Set the size plate for the paper size to be loaded in the paper drawer.

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Loading Paper

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Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Load the copy paper.


(See "Loading Paper in the Drawers" on p. 5-2 and "Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size" on p. 5-7.)

Return the paper drawer to its original position.


(See "Loading Paper in the Drawers" on p. 5-2. )

Loading Paper for the First Time


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Loading Paper

Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size


If you want to load a new paper size in a paper drawer, follow the procedure described below to adjust the paper drawer guides. You can adjust the paper drawers to hold the following standard paper sizes : 11" x 17", LGL, LTR and LTRR.
MEMO The paper sizes loaded in the lower two drawers can be changed. The paper sizes in the upper two drawers can be changed by your service representative. For more details, contact your service representative.

Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Squeeze the lever on the length guide as shown in the figure and slide the length guide to align it with the mark for the desired paper size.

Length guide

Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size

When loading 11" x 17" size copy paper, slide the length guide all the way to the left, and drop it downward.

Squeeze the lever on the width guide as shown in the figure. Without releasing the lever, slide the width guide to align it with the mark for the desired paper size.
NOTICE Not adjusting the guides correctly might cause paper jams, dirty copies or make the inside of the machine dirty. To prevent these problems from occurring, make certain that the guides are adjusted correctly for the loaded paper size.

Width guide

Change the paper drawers size plate so that it matches the new paper size that you loaded.

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Replacing the Toner Cartridge


When there is only a small amount of toner remaining, the message shown below prompting you to replace the toner cartridge appears in the touch panel display.
Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

When there is only a small amount of toner remaining, the message to the right appears in the display. Copies can still be made, but at this time you should purchase new toner so that you have it on hand when it is needed. If you press the [?] key, a message appears describing how to add toner.
MEMO When this message appears, approximately 200 copies can still be made (LTR-size Canon Standard Chart). However, since this number may vary depending upon the original, it is recommended that the toner be replaced as soon as possible.

When the toner has run out and copies can no longer be made, the message describing how to add toner appears in the display. Add toner following the described procedure.
WARNING Never dispose of waste toner in a fire or incinerator. Doing so may result in an explosion.

Replacing the Toner Cartridge


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REQUEST Use only the toner cartridge recommended for use on this machine.

Open the toner supply cover.

Gently pull out the toner cartridge.


CAUTION When removing the used toner cartridge from the machine, remove the cartridge carefully to prevent toner from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

Replacing the Toner Cartridge

Gently push the new toner cartridge into the toner cartridge position.
NOTICE Before setting the new toner cartridge, remove the sealing tape from the front of the new toner cartridge. MEMO Push in the new toner cartridge until the toner cartridge marks align with the marks on the main unit.

Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Close the toner supply cover.

Replacing the Toner Cartridge


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Consumables and Option


The following consumables and accessories are available from Canon. For details, consult your service representative.
Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Consumables
Copy stock
In addition to plain paper (11" x 17", LGL, LTR, STMT), transparencies, labels and other types of copy stock are available. For details, consult your service representative. WARNING Do not store copy paper in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the copy paper to ignite and result in burns or a fire.

REQUEST For high-quality copies, we recommend using paper recommended by Canon. To prevent moisture build-up, store any remaining copy paper tightly wrapped in its original package.

Consumables
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Black toner
When the "Add toner" message appears in the touch panel display, replace the toner cartridge with a new toner cartridge which has been approved for use with this machine. Only black toner can be used with this machine. WARNING Never dispose of waste toner in a fire or incinerator. Doing so may result in an explosion. Store toner cartridges in a cool location away from direct sunlight. The recommended storage conditions are as follows: temperature below 86F, and humidity below 80%. Do not store toner cartridges in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the toner to ignite and result in burns or a fire.

Genuine supplies
Canon has developed and manufactured parts, supplies and GPR-1 Toner specifically for use in this machine. As such, for superior print quality, we recommend that you use Canon-GENUINE brand parts, supplies and GPR-1 Toner in this machine. Ask your authorized Canon-GENUINE brand parts, supplies and GPR-1 Toner.

We recommend that you order copy stock and toner cartridges from your service representative before they run out.

Consumables and Option

Option
Loading Paper and Replacing The Toner Cartridge

Cassette
The paper drawer can be adjusted to hold the copy paper size you want to load. For instructions on how to adjust paper drawers for copy paper sizes, see Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size on p.5-7. You can adjust the paper drawer for the following paper sizes: 11" x 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR.

Option
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Chapter 6
Troubleshooting

Clearing Paper Jams ........................................................................ 6-2 Routine Cleaning ............................................................................ 6-20 Self-diagnostic (Error) Display ..................................................... 6-23 Service Call Message .................................................................... 6-25

Clearing Paper Jams


If a paper jam occurs, the following display appears in the touch panel display.

Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam


The display indicating the location of the paper jam appears in the touch panel display, followed by instructions on how to clear the paper jam. This display will repeatedly appear in the touch panel display until the paper jam is entirely cleared. Example of display indicating the location of the paper jam. Example of display indicating how to clear the paper jam.

Troubleshooting

CAUTION When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam

Inspect all areas which appear in the touch panel display, and remove any jammed paper. See the appropriate pages for instructions on how to find and remove jammed paper. Display indicating locations of the paper jam and page number describing how to remove jammed copy paper.
Feeder (See p. 6-18)

Main unit (See p. 6-4)

Stack bypass (See p. 6-16)

Duplexing unit (See p. 6-7) Paper drawer 2 (See p. 6-12)

Right cover (See p. 6-9)

Paper drawer 1 (See p. 6-10)

Paper drawer 3 or 4 (See p. 6-14)

NOTICE If a jammed paper tears while removing it, be sure to remove any remaining pieces from inside the machine.

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Clearing Paper Jams

If a paper jam occurs within the accessories, see the description on the pages for the accessory in question.
Finisher-D1 Finisher-D1 (See p. 7-10, 7-12) Paper Deck-C1 Paper Deck-C1 (See p. 7-3)

Troubleshooting

Saddle Finisher-D2 Saddle Finisher-D2 (For details, see the Saddle Finisher-D2 Manual.)

Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam

After you have removed all paper jams at the locations indicated in the touch panel display, restore the levers and covers to the positions they were in before the paper jam occurred.

Continue operations following the instructions displayed in the touch panel display.
If there is remaining paper to be removed
The display indicating how to clear the paper jam appears in the touch panel display. Repeat the procedure from step 1.

MEMO Once you have cleared the paper jam in the feeder, a screen prompting you to carry out the necessary procedures to restart operations appears on the touch panel display. Restart operations according to the instructions on the screen. Once you have cleared the paper jam and restarted operations, the remaining copies will be made.

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Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in the Main Unit


If a paper jam occurs in the main unit, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the front cover of the main unit.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in the Main Unit


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Move the green lever in the direction of the arrow.

Grip the lever and pull out the fixing unit.


MEMO If the fixing unit and duplexing unit are pulled out together, see Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit on p.6-7.

Clearing Paper Jams

Remove any remaining jammed paper from the fixing unit.

Open the left cover.

Troubleshooting

Turn the green knob in the direction of the arrow, and remove any jammed paper.
CAUTION The parts located around the cover are subject to high temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to touch anything in this area except this cover.

Paper Jam in the Main Unit

Close the cover.

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Clearing Paper Jams

Gently push the fixing unit back into its original position.

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Troubleshooting

Return the green lever to its original position.

10

Remove all jammed papers, and close the front cover.

Paper Jam in the Main Unit


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Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam" on p. 6-2.)

Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit


If a paper jam occurs in the duplexing unit, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the front cover of the main unit.


Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit

Turn the green knob in the direction of the arrow, and forward the jammed paper to the duplexing unit.

Gently pull out the duplexing unit.

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Clearing Paper Jams

Remove any remaining jammed paper from the duplexing unit.

5
Troubleshooting

Remove any jammed paper while pressing the left cover downward as shown in the figure.

6
Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit
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Open the duplexing transport unit, and remove any jammed papers.

Gently push the duplexing unit back to its original position.

Remove any jammed paper, and close the front cover.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam" on p. 6-2.)

Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in the Right Cover


If a paper jam occurs in the right cover, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the right cover of the main unit.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in the Right Cover

Remove any jammed paper.

Close the right cover.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)

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Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 1


If a paper jam occurs in drawer 1, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the right cover of the main unit.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 1


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Remove any jammed paper.

Press the drawer release button of the drawer indicated on the touch panel display until the paper drawer comes out.

Clearing Paper Jams

Remove any jammed paper.

Return the paper drawer to its original position.


CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to catch your finger between the edge of the paper drawer and the main unit.

Troubleshooting

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.) NOTICE If the paper jam message remains in the display, follow the directions in the display, and check again for any jammed paper.

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 1

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Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 2


If a paper jam occurs in drawer 2, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the front cover of the main unit.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 2


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Turn the green knob in the direction of the arrow so as to feed the jammed paper to the duplexing unit.

Gently pull out the duplexing unit.

Clearing Paper Jams

Remove any remaining jammed paper from the duplexing unit.

Press the drawer release button of the drawer indicated on the touch panel display until the paper drawer comes out.
Troubleshooting

Remove any jammed paper.

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 2

Return the paper drawer to its original position.


CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to catch your finger between the edge of the paper drawer and the main unit.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.) NOTICE If the paper jam message remains in the display, follow the directions in the display, and check again for any jammed paper.

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Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 3 or 4


If a paper jam occurs in drawer 3 or 4, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Press the drawer release button of the paper drawer indicated in the touch panel display until the paper drawer comes out.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 3 or 4


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Pull out the paper drawer.

Remove any jammed paper.

Clearing Paper Jams

Return the paper drawer to its original position.


CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to the original position, be careful not to catch your finger between the top of the paper drawer and the main unit.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)

Troubleshooting

NOTICE If the paper jam message remains in the display, follow the directions in the display, and check again for any jammed paper.

Paper Jam in Paper Drawer 3 or 4


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Clearing Paper Jams

Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass


If a paper jam occurs in the stack bypass, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Remove all paper from the stack bypass.

Troubleshooting

Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass


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Open the stack bypass cover.

Pull out any jammed paper from the stack bypass.

Clearing Paper Jams

Close the stack bypass cover.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)

Troubleshooting

Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass


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Clearing Paper Jams

Paper Jam in the Feeder


If a paper jam occurs in the feeder, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.

Open the feeder cover, and remove any originals remaining on the feeder.

Troubleshooting

Paper Jam in the Feeder


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Open the feeder cover completely, and remove any jammed originals.

After removing all jammed originals, close the feeder cover.

Clearing Paper Jams

Open the feeder, and open the left cover while holding it in the center. Remove any originals.
NOTICE When opening the left cover, hook your thumb into the slot near the center of the cover as shown in the illustration. If you hold the cover in an area other than this slot, the cover may bocome deformed.

Open the right cover, and remove any jammed original.


Troubleshooting

Remove any originals from the platen glass.

Paper Jam in the Feeder

Close the feeder.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam" on p. 6-2.)

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Routine Cleaning
Original is not Scanning Cleanly
If the original is not scanning cleanly, clean the platen glass and the feeding belt.
WARNING When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug. Failure to observe these items may result in a fire or electrical shock. Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner or other solvents for cleaning. Doing so might result in plastic parts becoming deformed. CAUTION Unplug the power plug from the outlet at least once year, and clean the area around the base of the plugs metal pins to ensure all dust is removed. If dust accumulates in this area, it may result in a fire.

Platen Glass
Clean the platen glass with a cloth dampened with water or a mild cleaning agent, then wipe with a dry cloth.
Troubleshooting

Original is not Scanning Cleanly

Feeding Belt
Move the feeding belt with your hand as you wipe it with a cloth dampened with water or a mild cleaning agent, then wipe with a dry cloth.

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Routine Cleaning

Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty (FEEDER CLEANING)


If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after feeding them in the feeder, perform Feeder Cleaning. Cleaning is accomplished by repeatedly feeding blank originals (copy sheets) through the feeder.
MEMO It takes about 10 seconds to clean the feeder.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key
Troubleshooting

Place 10 blank LTR-size copy sheets in the feeder, then press the [START] key.
MEMO To cancel Feeder Cleaning, press the [C] key.

Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty (FEEDER CLEANING)

When the feeder is being cleaned, the message on the left appears in the touch panel display.

When Feeder Cleaning is completed, the display returns to the Adjustment/Cleaning screen. Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

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Routine Cleaning

Output Sheets are Dirty (WIRE CLEANING)


If dirt appears on copies, clean the wire of the corona assemblies as the need arises.
MEMO It takes about 30 seconds to clean the wire.

Call up the desired screen as follows:


Additional Functions

Key

Press the [START] key.


MEMO To cancel Wire Cleaning, press the [C] key.

Troubleshooting

Output Sheets are Dirty (WIRE CLEANIG)


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While wire cleaning is being performed, the message to the left appears in the touch panel display.

When Wire Cleaning is completed, the display returns to the Adjustment/Cleaning screen. Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.

Self-diagnostic (Error) Display


Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays
Self-diagnostic (error) messages appear in the touch panel display at the following times: When copying cannot be performed because of an operational error. When you need to make a judgment or take some action during copying. If a self-diagnostic message appears, follow the instructions in the touch panel display.

Message/Cause Load LTR-size paper.


The paper drawer loaded with the correct paper size is not inserted into the machine.

Remedy

Load the indicated paper size in a paper drawer. If you press the
Start

key while this message


Troubleshooting

appears, copying will be performed with the currently selected paper size.

Return pg.1 to the top and press the Start key.


Copying was stopped due to a problem with the feeder. Arrange the originals in page order with the first page on top. Place the originals back in the feeder original supply tray, then press the
Start

key.

Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays

Remove the paper from the copy tray.


Copies from the previous copy job remain in the output tray. The stacking limit of the tray has been reached. Remove the copies from the tray, then press the
Start

key.

When you remove all of the paper from the output tray, the remaining copies will be made.

The feeder is out of order.


The feeder is out of order. Contact your service representative.

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Self-diagnostic (Error) Display

Message/Cause Paper has jammed in the area.


An original jam or paper jam has occurred, preventing you from making copies.

Remedy

Remove paper from the machine following the guidance messages in the touch panel display. (See Clearing Paper Jams, on p. 6-2.)

Add toner.
There is not enough toner to make copies.
Troubleshooting

Replace the toner cartridge with the recommended toner cartridge. (See Replacing the Toner Cartridge, on p. 5-8.)

Load paper.
The machine has run out of paper. No more copies can be made. The drawer is not correctly inserted. Load paper. (See Loading paper, on p. 5-2.) Insert the drawer as far as it will go. (See Loading paper, on p. 5-2.)

Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays

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Service Call Message


If a malfunction occurs and the machine will not operate normally, the message on the left (the service call message) will appear in the touch panel display. If this message appears, follow the procedure described below.
WARNING Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as this may result in electrical shock. CAUTION Always grasp the plug portion when unplugging the power cord. Pulling on the power cord may expose or snap the core wire, or otherwise damage the power cord. If the cord is damaged, this could cause an electricity leak and result in a fire or electrical shock.

Troubleshooting

Turn the main power switch OFF. Allow at least 10 seconds before turning the main power switch back ON.

Service Call Message

If the machine still does not operate normally, carry out the following procedure, then contact your service representative: Turn the main power switch OFF. Unplug the power cable from the outlet.

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Chapter 7
Handling Options

System Configuration ...................................................................... 7-2 Paper Deck-C1 .................................................................................. 7-3 Fnisher-D1 ........................................................................................ 7-7

System Configuration
The following options can be connected to the machine.

Finisher-D1 (P.7-7)

Main Unit Control Card

Paper Deck-C1 (P.7-3)

Handling Options

Saddle Finisher-D2 (For details, see the Saddle Finisher-D2 Manual provided separately)

System Configuration
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Paper Deck-C1
If you attach the Paper Deck-C1 to the machine, one extra size of copy paper can be used in addition to the copy paper sizes in the drawers of the main unit. Up to 3500 sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2)) of copy paper can be loaded in the paper deck.

Parts and Their Functions


Release Lever Press to remove the Paper Deck from the Main Unit. Open button Press to load copy paper or to check for a paper jam.

Handling Options

Paper Supply indicator Enables you to check the amount of paper remaining in the Paper Deck.

Paper Deck Max. 3500 copy sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2)) can be stacked.

Parts and Their Functions Paper Jam in the Paper Deck

Paper Jam in the Paper Deck


If a paper jam occurs in the Paper Deck-C1, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper. CAUTION When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

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Paper Deck-C1

Press the release lever to remove the Paper Deck from the main unit.

Remove any jammed paper.

Handling Options

Press the Open button to open the Paper Deck.

Paper Jam in the Paper Deck


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Remove any jammed paper.

Paper Deck-C1

Close the Paper Deck and reconnect it to the main unit.


CAUTION When reconnecting the Paper Deck to the main unit, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.

Follow the instructions in the touch panel display.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)

Loading Paper in the Paper Deck

Handling Options

Press the Open button to open the Paper Deck.

Loading Paper in the Paper Deck

Open a package of copy paper, and remove the paper stack.


CAUTION When loading copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the copy paper. NOTICE Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and store it in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Do not copy on the following types of copy stock. Doing so may cause a paper jam. Severely curled or wrinkled paper Transparencies for full-color copiers. Paper on which color images have been copied Paper which has been copied on using a digital full color copier (do not copy on the reverse side either) Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (do not copy on the reverse side either) MEMO The Paper Deck holds up to about 3500 sheets of copy paper (20-lb bond (80g/m2)). For high-quality copies, we recommend using paper recommended by Canon.

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Paper Deck-C1

Turn the paper stack over, and place it in the paper drawer.
NOTICE If the copy paper is curled, curl it down before placing it in the paper drawer. Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the limit mark at the back of the paper drawer.

Close the Paper Deck.


CAUTION When returning the Paper Deck to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.

Handling Options

Main Specifications
Name Paper Deck-C1 3500 sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2)) 20-1/2" 12-3/4" 23" (519mm 323mm 583mm) Approx. 90.3lb (41kg) LTR Paper deck capacity Dimensions (H W D) Weight Acceptable paper sizes

Main Specifications

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Finisher-D1
The Finisher-D1 is equipped with the following functions : A Collate function for collating copies into sets arranged in page order. A Group function for grouping together and outputting all copies of the same original. A Staple-Collate function for collating and automatically stapling copies into sets arranged in page order.
MEMO You cannot use the Transparency Interleaving mode in combination with the Collate function, Group function or Staple-collate function.

Parts and Their Functions


Tray A The following types of copies are output to Tyay A: Interrupt copies Non-collate prints Face upward copies Tray B Copy or printer output is delivered to this tray.

Upper cover Open to remove jammed copy paper. (See Paper Jam occurs while Noncollating, on p. 7-10 and Paper Jam occurs while Collating, Grouping or Staple-collating, on p. 7-12.)

Handling Options

Front cover Open this cover to replace the staple cartridge in the staple unit, or when a paper jam or staple jam occurs. (See Paper Jam occurs while Noncollating, on p. 7-10, Paper Jam occurs while Collating, Grouping or Staple-collating, on p. 7-12, Replacing the Staple Cartridge, on p. 7-15 and Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit, on p. 7-17.)

Parts and Their Functions

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Finisher-D1

Collate Mode
This function automatically collates copy sets into page order before they are delivered and slightly shifts the output position of copy sets to make them easier to handle.

Group Mode
This function outputs all copies of the same page in one set and slightly shifts the output position of copy sets to make them easier to handle.

5 1

5 1

5 1

MEMO These functions shift each set of output paper 1-1/4" before delivery, when the Collate function or Group function has been set, and copies are made or prints output from a computer. The tray moves down when each set of paper is delivered. When the delivered paper reaches the stacking limit of the tray, the copying stops temporarily. After you remove the delivered paper from the tray, the tray moves up the corresponding distance and copying of the remaining sets restarts.
about 1 1/4"

Handling Options

Staple-collate Mode
This function automatically collates copy sets into page order, staples the sets, and outputs them.

Collate Mode Group Mode Staple-collate Mode

CAUTION Do not put your hand in the trays stapling area when the machine is equipped with the Finisher. Doing so may result in injury. MEMO The tray moves down when each set of paper is delivered. When the delivered paper reaches the stacking limit of the tray, or the count of the sets of paper exceeds 100, the copying stops temporarily. Remove all the paper on the tray, and the remaining copying and stapling will restart. If the number of sheets in a copy set exceeds 50, Staple-collate will not be performed. Only the Collate function will be performed. If the machine stops during stapling and a message is displayed, it means that almost all of the staples have been used up and the staple cartridge must be replaced. Replace the staple cartridge in this case. (See Replacing the Staple Cartridge, on p. 7-15.)

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Finisher-D1

Copies are stapled at the following places. When an original is placed on the platen glass:
Corner Staple Double Staple NOTICE You cannot corner-staple STMTR paper. You cannot double-staple LGL, LTRR, STMT or STMTR paper.

Copies are stapled here.

Copies are stapled here.

When originals are placed in the Feeder:


Corner Staple Double Staple

Handling Options

Copies are stapled here.

Copies are stapled here.

Staple-collate Mode

MEMO You can adjust the double staple space. (See Adjusting the Double Staple Space, on p.4-25.)

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Finisher-D1

Paper Jam Occurs while Non-collating


If a paper jam occurs while non-collating, a display similar to the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper. CAUTION When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

Handling Options

1
Paper Jam Occurs while Non-collating
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Remove any paper protruding from the output tray.

Open the front cover.

Finisher-D1

Open the top cover, and check the inside of the Finisher.

Turn the green knob, and remove any jammed paper.

Handling Options

Press the green lever, and remove any jammed paper.

Paper Jam Occurs while Non-collating

Close the top cover.

Close the front door.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)

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Finisher-D1

Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping or Staple-collating


If a paper jam occurs while collating, grouping or staple-collating, the display at left will appear. Remove any jammed paper in the machine, then check the Finisher using the following procedure, and remove any jammed paper. CAUTION When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to remove the toner stains. When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.

Handling Options

1
Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping and Staple-Collating
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Open the front cover.

Open the top cover, and check the inside of the Finisher.

Finisher-D1

Turn the green knob, and remove any jammed paper.

Press the green lever, and remove any jammed paper.

Handling Options

Close the top cover.

Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping and Staple-Collating

Open the paper delivery guide, and remove any jammed paper.

Lift up the lever, and remove any jammed paper.

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Finisher-D1

Return the lever to its original position.

Pull open the paper delivery guide, and remove any jammed paper.

Handling Options

10

Open the open/close guide, and remove any paper jammed from inside the Finisher.
NOTICE Do not remove any paper from the tray while a copy job is being performed.

Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping and Staple-Collating


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11

Close the front cover.


(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.) NOTICE If the paper jam message remains in the display, follow the directions in the display, and check again for any jammed paper.

Finisher-D1

Replacing the Staple Cartridge


When the Finisher runs out of staples, the staple cartridge must be replaced. The message on the left will appear in the touch panel display. Follow the procedure described below to replace the staple cartridge.

Open the front cover of the Finisher


Handling Options

Push down the green lever.

Replacing the Staple Cartridge

Pull out the slightly protruding staple cartridge holding it by its left and right sides.

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Finisher-D1

Pull out the empty staple case holding it by its left and right sides.

Insert the new staple case.


MEMO Only one staple case can be inserted at a time. Use only the special staple case for use on this machine.

Handling Options

Remove the seal fixing the staples by pulling it straight out.

Replacing the Staple Cartridge


716

Gently push the stapler unit back into the Finisher until the green lever returns to its original position.

Make sure that the stapler unit is firmly secured, then close the front cover of the Finisher.
MEMO When you close the cover, the staple unit automatically performs a dry stapling operation several times to reposition the staples.

Finisher-D1

Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit


If a staple jam occurs, the screen on the left is displayed. Follow the procedure described below to remove any jammed staples.

Remove the paper waiting to be stapled from the delivery tray.

Handling Options

Open the front cover of the Finisher.

Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit

Push down the green lever.

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Finisher-D1

Pull out the slightly protruding staple cartrige holding it by its left and right sides.

Lower the knob of the staple cartridge.

Handling Options

Remove all of the staples that slide from the staple case.

Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit


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Return the knob of the staple cartridge to its original position.

Return the staple cartridge to its original position, and close the front cover.
MEMO When you close the cover, the staple unit automatically performs a dry stapling operation several times to reposition the staples.

Finisher-D1

Main Specifications
Name Paper Finisher-D1 17-lb bond to 110-lb index (64 g/m2 to 200 g/m2) Tray A 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR : 250 sheets 20- lb bond (80 g/m2)

Tray B [Non-collate mode] LTR, LTRR

Capacity per tray

: 11-1/4" (285 mm) (equivalent to 2000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) 11" 17", LGL : 5-3/4" (145 mm) (equivalent to 1000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) [Collate mode] [Group mode] LTR, LTRR : 11-1/4" (285 mm) (equivalent to 2000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) 11" 17", LGL : 5-3/4" (145 mm) (equivalent to 1000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) [Staple-collate mode] LTR, LTRR : 100 sets or 11-1/4" (285 mm) (equivalent to 2000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) 11" 17", LGL : 100 sets or 5-3/4" (145 mm) (equivalent to 1000 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) : 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR 50 sheets

Handling Options

Max. stapling capacity Available staple size Power consumption Power source Dimensions (H W D) Installation location (W D) Weight

Staple Unit

Coner staple : 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR Double staple : 11" 17", LTR

Main Specifications/Consumables

230W 120V (From Main Unit) 39-1/4" 25-3/4" 27-7/8" (995 mm 655 mm 708 mm) 68-1/2" 31-3/8" (1738 mm 795 mm) Approx. 141 lb (64 kg)

These specitications are subject to change without notice.

Consumables
Staple cartridge
Use only the staple cartridges recommended for use on this machine. There is a space behind the front cover (upper) for storing staple cartridges (equivalent to the space occupied by three staple unit staple cartridges). We recommened that you order staple cartridges from your service representative before they run out.

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Chapter 8
Appendix

Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled ........................... 8-2 Using the Mail Box (When the printer function is installed) ........ 8-5 Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display ........................ 8-16 Main Specifications ........................................................................ 8-18 Index ................................................................................................ 8-21

Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled Inserting the Control Card
When the optional Control Card is attached to the machine, you must insert the control card before starting to make copies.

NOTICE When the display in step 3 below does not appear in the touch panel display even if the control card is inserted, check the following: Make sure that the control card is inserted in the correct direction. Make sure that the control card is inserted as far as it can go. Make sure that an unusable control card is not inserted. MEMO For details on how to handle the control card, see the Control Card Instruction Manual.

Operations before Using Copy Functions

1
Appendix

Press the

MEMORY COPY A

or

MEMORY COPY B

key.

The screen on the left appears. MEMO For details on operations to carry out to turn the power ON, see "Main Power and Control Panel Power" on p. 1-6.

Inserting the Control Card


82

Insert the control card into the card slot making sure it is facing the correct direction.

The Basic Features screen appears in the touch panel display.

Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled

Operations after Using Copy Functions

After making copies, remove the control card.


The touch panel display returns to the screen for inserting the control card. NOTICE After a control card is removed, it must be inserted again before copies can be made.

Entering the Dept. ID and Password


When Department ID Management has been set, the department ID and password must be entered before starting to make copies.

MEMO If you press the key or key when you are using the control card, the message Insert a control card. appears in the touch panel display. Insert the control card into the card slot. (For details, see "Inserting the Control Card" on p. 8-2.)
MEMORY COPY A MEMORY COPY B

Appendix

Operations after Turning the Power ON

Press the

MEMORY COPY A

key or

MEMORY COPY B

key.

Inserting the Control Card

The screen on the left appears. MEMO For details on operations to carry out to turn the power ON, see "Main Power and Control Panel Power" on p. 1-6.

Press the [DEPT. ID] key, and enter the department ID.
MEMO Enter the four-digit department ID with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ). If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key, and enter the values again.

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Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled

Press the [PASSWORD] key, and enter the password with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
MEMO Enter the four-digit password with the Number keys ( 0 9 ). If you make a mistake when entering the password, press the C key, and enter the password again. If a password has not been set, proceed to step 4.

1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

4
Additional Functions

Press the

ID

key.

The Basic Features screen appears in the touch panel display.

7
Interrupt

ID

If the department ID and/or password that you entered are wrong, the message "Wrong ID or password" appears. Repeat the procedure from step 2.

Appendix

Operations after Using Copy Functions


1
Guide

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

4
Additional Functions

After copying is completed, press the the control panel.

ID

key on

The screen for entering the department ID and password appears. To make copies again, enter the department ID and password again. NOTICE If you do not press the ID key after finishing your copy job, any additional copies will be totaled under the same department ID which you previously entered. MEMO After making copies, the screen for entering the password automatically appears after the set time has elapsed if you forget to press the ID key. (See "Auto Clear Function" on p. 4-3.)

Entering the Dept. ID and Password


84

Interrupt

ID

Using the Mail Box


(When the printer function is installed)
When printing data from a computer using this machine, you can first input the data to a registered Mail Box, then print it whenever desired. The printing operation is performed from the main unit and enables you to avoid mixing the prints with copy output. Also, you can set a password in the Mail Box, enabling you to make prints while preventing other persons from observing the data in the Mail Box.

Print output from a Mail Box Data is sent to a registered Mail Box.

Appendix

NOTICE You cannot use a Mail Box if the machine does not have a printer function. Each Mail Box can store up to 100 documents.

Using the Mailbox (When the printer function is installed)

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Using the Mail Box

Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box


You can print out documents stored in the Mail Box.

1
MEMORY Error COPY B
Data

Press the

MAIL BOX

key.

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Reset

1
Guide

Press the desired Mail Box number.


MEMO You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Appendix

3
Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box
86

Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the Mail Box was stored. (See "Mail Box Setting/Storing" on p.4-34.) If a password has not been stored, this operation is not required.

Using the Mail Box

Select the document you wish to print, and press the [PRINT] key.

Enter the number of sets you want to print, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO Enter the quantity with the number keys ( 0 - 9 ). If you make a mistake entering the quantity, press the C key and re-enter the correct quantity.

The Print Setting


The screen to the left is displayed after pressing the [CHANGE CURRENT PRINT SETTINGS] key. Make the necessary print settings, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO When RETURN TO PREVIOUS COMPUTER SETTINGS is pressed, the setting is cleared and the document is printed under the setting registered by the computer. Printing quantity can be set.

Appendix

Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box

Paper selection
Select the paper size for printing.

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Using the Mail Box

Collate
Select the type of copy output (Collate, Group or Staple), and press the [OK] key. MEMO [STAPLE] is only displayed when the optional finisher is installed. [ROTATE] is only displayed when the optional finisher is not installed.

Two-sided
Press the [TWO-SIDED] key to perform two-sided printing.

Appendix

Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box


88

The machine starts printing.


MEMO To cancel printing, press the [CANCEL] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the selecting a Mail Box screen.

Using the Mail Box

Printing Multiple Documents


You can print out multiple documents stored in the Mail Box.

1
MEMORY Error COPY B
Data

Press the

MAIL BOX

key.

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Reset

1
Guide

Press the desired Mail Box number.


MEMO You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Appendix

Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the Mail Box was stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing" on p.4-34.) If a password has not been stored, this operation is not required.

Printing Multiple Documents

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Using the Mail Box

Press the [MULTIPLE SELECT] key, and select the documents you wish to print.

Press the [PRINT] key.

Appendix

Press the [OK] key.


NOTICE When you select to print multiple documents, you can not change the printer settings.

Printing Multiple Documents


810

Start printing.
MEMO To cancel printing, press the [CANCEL] key.

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the selecting a Mail Box screen.

Using the Mail Box

Checking the Documents Detailed Information


You can check the detailed information of documents stored in the Mail Box.

1
MEMORY Error COPY B
Data

Press the

MAIL BOX

key.

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Reset

1
Guide

Press the desired Mail Box number.


MEMO You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Appendix

Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the Mail Box was stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-34.) If a password has not been stored, this operation is not required.

Checking the Documents Detailed Information

Select the document, and press the [DETAILS] key.

After checking the detailed information, press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the selecting a Mail Box screen.

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Using the Mail Box

Erasing a Document from the Mail Box


You can erase a document stored in the Mail Box.

1
MEMORY Error COPY B
Data

Press the

MAIL BOX

key.

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Reset

1
Guide

Press the desired Mail Box number.


MEMO You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Appendix

3
Erasing a Document from the Mail Box
812

Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the Mail Box was stored. (See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-34.) If a password has not been stored, this operation is not required.

Using the Mail Box

Select the document, and press the [ERASE] key.

Check the document, and press the [YES] key.


If you do not wish to erase the document, press the [NO] key.

Appendix

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the selecting a Mail Box screen.

Erasing a Document from the Mail Box


813

Using the Mail Box

Erasing Multiple Documents


You can erase multiple documents stored in the mail box.

1
MEMORY Error COPY B
Data

Press the

MAIL BOX

key.

MAIL BOX

Error

Data

PRINTI/F

Reset

1
Guide

Press the desired Mail Box number.


MEMO You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).

Appendix

3
Erasing Multiple Documents
814

Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.


MEMO Enter the password used when the Mail Box was stored. (See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-34.) If a password has not been stored, this operation is not required.

Using Mail Box

Press the [MULTIPLE SELECT] key, and select the documents to erase.

Press the [ERASE] key.

Appendix

Check the document, and press the [YES] key.


If you do not wish to erase the document, press the [NO] key.

Erasing Multiple Documents

Press the [DONE] key.


The display returns to the selecting a Mail Box screen.

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Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display


At screens which require alphanumeric input, enter characters using the alphabet keys displayed in the touch-panel display and the Number keys as described below.

Entering Alphabet Characters


Example: Enter "CANON".

Press the Mode key, and select "UPPER."


MEMO Each press of the Mode key switches the entry mode. If you press the [LOWER CASE] key, the entry mode changes to the lower case mode, and lower case characters can be entered.

Mode key

2
Appendix

Enter "CANON".
MEMO If you make a mistake when entering characters, press the [BACK SPACE] key to delete the character. Then, enter the correct character again. You can also delete all characters you have entered by pressing the C key. To continue entering special letters, press the Mode key to select the desired mode. Then, press the [OK] key.

Entering Alphabet Characters


816

When you have entered all characters, press the [OK] key.

Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display

Entering Special Letters


Example:Enter "".

Press the Mode key, and select "OTHER".


MEMO Each press of the Mode key switches the entry mode.

Mode key

Press the [] or [] keys to display the desired special letter.

Appendix

Press the number of the desired special letter in the touch panel display.
MEMO If you make a mistake when entering special letters, press the [BACK SPACE] key to delete the character. Then, enter the correct character. You can also delete all characters you have entered by pressing the C key. You can also press the number of the desired special letter in the touch panel display to select the special letter. To continue entering alphabet characters, press the Mode key to select the desired mode. Then, press the [OK] key.

Entering Special Letters

When you have finished entering the special letters, press the [OK] key.

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Main Specifications
Name Type Platen Photoconductive material Copying system Developing system Fixing system Resolution Canon imageRUNNER 550 Console Stationary A-si Electrostatic Transfer System Toner Projection System Heat Roller system Reading Writing 256 Plain paper (Paper drawer : 17-lb bond to 110-lb index (64g/m2 to 200g/m2), Stack bypass : 17-lb bond to 110-lb index (64g/m2 to 200g/m2)) Transparencies *1, labels *1, postcard *1 ( *1 stack bypass selected ) Sheet, books, 3-dimensional objects (Up to 4.4-lb bond or 2 kg) 11" 17" Paper drawer: Stack bypass: 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR Free - size (5-1/2" to 7-1/8" 11-3/4" to 17") (139 182mm to 297 432mm) 600 dpi 600 dpi approx 1200 dpi 600 dpi (main scan sub scan)

Number of tones Acceptable copy stock

Appendix

Acceptable originals Maximum original size Copy sizes

Main Specifications

Non-image areas

Leading edge : 1/8" (4.0mm) Left and right side : 1/8" (2.5mm) Trailing edge : 1/8" (2.5mm) When main power is turned ON Activation time from Sleep mode Activation time from Energy Saver mode Return directly to standard mode -10% mode -25% mode -50% mode Feeder selected 5 minutes max 5 minutes max 0 second approx 1 min approx 1- 1/2 min approx 2- 1/2 min

Warm-up time

First copy time

6 seconds max [LTR - size, 100 % copying, Auto Exposure Control (no pre-scanning), Drawer 1 selected] Platen glass selected 5.2 seconds max [LTR - size, 100 % copying, Auto Exposure Control (no pre-scanning), Drawer 1 selected]

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Main Specifications

Copy speed

11" x 17" LGL LTR LTRR STMTR Reduction 11" x 17" STMTR 11" x 17" LTRR 11" x 17" LGL LGL LTRR Enlargement LGL 11" 17" LTRR 11" 17" STMTR 11" 17"

Direct

(50%) (64%) (73%) (78%) (121%) (129%) (200%)

28 cpm 35 cpm 55 cpm 44 cpm 55 cpm 55 cpm 44 cpm 35 cpm 44 cpm 28 cpm 28 cpm 28 cpm

*: Except the stack bypass. Magniftcation 1 : 1.000 1 : 0.789 1 : 0.733 1 : 0.647 1 : 0.500 1 : 0.250 Enlargement 1 : 1.214 1 : 1.294 1 : 2.000 1 : 4.0 Direct Reduction ( 0.5%) (LGLLTR) (11" 17" LGL / 11" 15" LTR) (11" 17" LTR) (11" 17" STMT) (LGL 11" 17") (LTR 11" 17") (STMT 11" 17")
Appendix

Paper feeding system

Drawer 1, 2 (1500 sheets each ) Drawer 3, 4 (550 sheets each ) Stack bypass (stack bypass tray: 50 sheets 20-Ib bond (80 g/m2); stack approx. 1/4" (5 mm) high) 999 sheets max. 120 V AC, 60 Hz 2.4 kW 44-3/4" 30-1/8" 31-3/8" (1137 mm 764 mm 795 mm) Automatic exposure control or manual exposure control 55-3/4" x 28-3/8" (1416 mm 795 mm) (Dimensions of eject tray and stack bypass tray are given for extended condition.) Approx. 553 lb. (251kg)

Main Specifications

Multiple copies Power source Max power consumption Dimensions (H W D) Exposure control Installation space (W D) Weight

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Feeder (Standard equipment)


Originals Original supply tray SADF tray Original tray capacity 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT (13 lb bond to 110-lb index (50g/m2 to 200g/m2)) 11" 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT (10 lb bond to 110-lb index (38g/m2 to 200g/m2)) 50 sheets (20-lb bond or 80g/m2) 100sheets (20-ld bond or 80g/m2)

Original supply tray 11" 17" LTR, LTRR, STMT SADF tray

11" 17", LTR, LTRR, STMT 1sheet

Original replacement speed Power source Power consumption Dimensions (H W D ) Weight

55 sheets/minute (LTR) DC 24V (From main unit) 97W 5-8/8" 25-1/2" 22-1/8" (143mm 646mm 562mm) Approx. 46.2 lb (21kg)

Specifications are subject to change without notice.


Appendix

Main Specifications
820

Index
A
A (Automatic exposure adjustment) ..................................................................................................... p. 2-19 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS Key ............................................................................................................ p. 1-5 Adding Front and Back Covers and Insertion Sheets to Copy Sets .................................................... p. 3-11 Additional Function ................................................................................................................................ p. 4-2 Additional Functions Screen ..................................................................................................................... p. 6 Additional Function Settings Table ........................................................................................................ p. 4-5 Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size ..................................................................... p. 5-7 Adjusting Copy Exposure .................................................................................................................... p. 2-17 Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality ................................................................................................ p. 2-17 Adjusting the Double Staple Space ..................................................................................................... p. 4-25 Adjustment ........................................................................................................................................... p. 4-25 Appendix ............................................................................................................................................. Chap. 8 AUDIBLE TONES .................................................................................................................................. p. 4-7 AUTO CLEAR TIME ............................................................................................................................ p. 4-22 Auto Orientation ................................................................................................................................... p. 4-27 AUTO SLEEP TIME ............................................................................................................................. p. 4-21 AUTO START ...................................................................................................................................... p. 2-21 AUTO COLLATE ................................................................................................................................. p. 4-27 AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................... p. 4-6 AUTO ZOOM ....................................................................................................................................... p. 2-10 Auto Clear Function ............................................................................................................................... p. 4-3 Auto Drawer Switching (ADS) ................................................................................................................ p. 4-3 Auto Sleep ............................................................................................................................................. p. 4-2 Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality ....................................................................... p. 2-19 Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes .......................... p. 2-10 Automatic Paper Selection .................................................................................................................... p. 2-2 Avoid installing the machine in the following locations ........................................................................... p. 21

Appendix

Index

B
Basic Copying ..................................................................................................................................... Chap. 2 Basic Features Screen ............................................................................................................................. p. 3 Before You Start Using Copy Functions ............................................................................................. Chap. 1 BINDING ERASE ................................................................................................................................. p. 3-19 Black Toner ............................................................................................................................................ p. 5-9 BOOK FRAME ERASE ........................................................................................................................ p. 3-18 BOOKLET ............................................................................................................................................ p. 3-49 BOOK 2-SIDED ............................................................................................................................... p. 2-34

C
Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes .......................................... p. 2-13 Canceling Printing ................................................................................................................................ p. 1-17 Cassette ............................................................................................................................................... p. 5-11 CENTER/CORNER SHIFT .................................................................................................................... p. 3-7 Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode ................................................................................... p. 1-15 Changing the Copy Quantity ................................................................................................................ p. 2-20 Changing the Copy Ratio ....................................................................................................................... p. 2-7 Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting .......................................................................................... p. 4-10 Changing the Exposure During Copying ............................................................................................. p. 2-17

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Index

Changing the Fit Image Adjustment .................................................................................................... p. 4-29 Changing the Current Standard Settings ............................................................................................. p. 4-31 Checking a Sample Set Before Copying ............................................................................................. p. 2-39 Checking and Changing Printing Status .............................................................................................. p. 1-16 Checking Copy Totals .......................................................................................................................... p. 4-17 Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents ....................................................................... p. 1-16 Checking the Printing History .............................................................................................................. p. 1-19 Checking the Copy Mode Settings ...................................................................................................... p. 1-14 Checking the Documents Detailed Information ................................................................................... p. 8-11 CLEAR key ............................................................................................................................................ p. 1-5 Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass ......................................................................................... p. 6-16 Clearing Paper Jams ............................................................................................................................. p. 6-2 Collating Copies ................................................................................................................................... p. 2-36 Collate Mode .......................................................................................................................................... p. 7-8 Common Functions ................................................................................................................................ p. 4-2 Composing Images .............................................................................................................................. p. 3-33 Consumables ....................................................................................................................................... p. 5-10 Consumables and Option .................................................................................................................... p. 5-10 Control card ........................................................................................................................................... p. 8-2 Control Panel Parts and Functions ........................................................................................................ p. 1-5 Control panel power switch .................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 COPY TOTALS .................................................................................................................................... p. 4-17 Copy stock ........................................................................................................................................... p. 5-10 Copying Printed Photos/Photos Printed on Photographic Paper ......................................................... p. 2-19 COVER/SHEET INSERTION ............................................................................................................... p. 3-11 Custom Settings for Copying and Printing ............................................................................................. p. 4-6 Custom Copy Settings ......................................................................................................................... p. 4-26

Appendix

D
Index
DAILY TIMER SETTINGS ................................................................................................................... p. 4-24 DATE/TIME .......................................................................................................................................... p. 4-21 Deleting Copy Totals ........................................................................................................................... p. 4-19 Deleting a Mail Box .............................................................................................................................. p. 4-36 Deleting the Dept. ID and the Password .............................................................................................. p. 4-16 DEPT. ID MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................... p. 4-14 Dept. ID .................................................................................................................................................. p. 8-3 DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL ........................................................................................................................... p. 3-15 Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam ............................................................................................... p. 6-2 Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet ..... p. 3-26 DRAWER ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS ................................................................................................ p. 4-7

E
E (enlarge) ................................................................................................................................................ p. 3 E display (Service Call message) ........................................................................................................ p. 6-25 ENERGY SAVER key ............................................................................................................................ p. 1-5 8 ON 1 ................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-23 Energy Saver Mode ............................................................................................................................... p. 4-2 Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratio Set Independently for X and Y Axes .............................. p. 2-15 Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size .................................................................................. p. 2-7 Entering Alphabet Characters .............................................................................................................. p. 8-16 Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display ................................................................................ p. 8-16

822

Index

Enter Image Composition .................................................................................................................... p. 3-33 Entering Special Letters ....................................................................................................................... p. 8-17 Entering the copy quantity ................................................................................................................... p. 2-20 Entering the Dept. ID and Password ................................................................................................... p. 8-16 Erasing a Copy Job ............................................................................................................................. p. 3-46 Erasing a Document from the Mail box ................................................................................................ p. 8-12 Erasing an Image Form ....................................................................................................................... p. 3-38 Erasing Multiple Documents ................................................................................................................ p. 8-14 Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies ................................................................................ p. 3-18 Error messages ................................................................................................................................... p. 6-23 Exposure control .................................................................................................................................. p. 2-17 External View ......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-2

F
Face Down Copy Output ....................................................................................................................... p. 4-4 Feeder ................................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4 FEEDER CLEANING ........................................................................................................................... p. 6-21 Feeder Cover ......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4 Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder ..................................................................... p. 3-15 Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur ............................ p. 4-25 FINISHER ................................................................................................................................................ 2-36 Finisher -D1 ........................................................................................................................................... p. 7-7 FIT IMAGE MODE ............................................................................................................................... p. 2-12 Flow of Copy Operations ..................................................................................................................... p. 1-12 4 ON 1 ................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-22 FRAME ERASE ................................................................................................................................... p. 3-18

Appendix

G
Index
Group ................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-36 Group Mode ........................................................................................................................................... p. 7-8 Guide Function Screen ............................................................................................................................. p. 6 GUIDE key ............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-5

H
Handling .................................................................................................................................................. p. 16 Handling Options ................................................................................................................................ Chap. 7 Handling Precautions ............................................................................................................................. p. 23 Horizontal placement ............................................................................................................................. p. 1-7

I
ID key ..................................................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 Identifying the type of paper in a cassette using the touch panel display ............................................ p. 4-12 If Memory Becomes Full During Copying ............................................................................................. p.2-25 IMAGE COMB. .................................................................................................................................... p. 3-22 IMAGE SEPARATION ......................................................................................................................... p. 3-26 Image Composition Copying ................................................................................................................ p. 3-40 Image Server Custom Settings ............................................................................................................ p. 4-34 Images Form Names ........................................................................................................................... p. 3-36

823

Index

Inserting the Control Card ...................................................................................................................... p. 8-2 Installation ............................................................................................................................................... p. 13 INTERRUPT MODE ............................................................................................................................ p. 2-26 Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies ................................................................. p. 2-26 Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the SADF tray ...................................................................... p. 2-28 Interrupting the Current Copy Job Using the Platen Glass .................................................................. p. 2-26 Information Guide ..................................................................................................................................... p. 6 INITIALIZE CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS ...................................................................................... p. 4-20 INITIALIZE CUSTOM SETTINGS ....................................................................................................... p. 4-33 Initializing the Standard Setting ........................................................................................................... p. 4-32 Installation Precautions ........................................................................................................................... p. 21 Internal View .......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-3 Inverting Original Images ..................................................................................................................... p. 3-30 INTERRUPT key .................................................................................................................................... p. 1-5

L
LEFT MARGIN/RIGHT MARGIN ......................................................................................................... p. 3-16 Loading Paper ....................................................................................................................................... p. 5-2 Loading Paper and Replacing the Toner Cartridge ............................................................................ Chap. 5 Loading Paper in Drawers ..................................................................................................................... p. 5-2 Loading Paper for the First Time ........................................................................................................... p. 5-5 Loading Paper in the Paper Deck .......................................................................................................... p. 7-5 Low-Power Mode Time ........................................................................................................................ p. 4-23

Appendix

M
MAIL BOX key ....................................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 Mail Box Setting/Storing ...................................................................................................................... p. 4-34 Main Power and Control Panel Power ................................................................................................... p. 1-6 Main Specifications .............................................................................................................................. p. 8-18 Maintenance and Inspections ................................................................................................................. p. 18 Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up ............................................................................... p. 2-21 Making Copies For Use as a Booklet .................................................................................................. p. 3-49 Making Copies of Facing pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step .................... p. 3-2 Making Copies with Margins ................................................................................................................ p. 3-16 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted ......................................................................................... p. 3-7 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted to the Center or Corner ................................................... p. 3-7 Making Copies with Original Images Shifted using the Number Keys ................................................... p. 3-8 Making Copies with Sheets of paper Interleaved between Transparencies .......................................... p. 3-4 Making One-sided Copies from Two-Side Originals ............................................................................ p. 2-33 Making Sharp Contrast Copies ............................................................................................................ p. 3-31 Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step ................................................ p. 2-34 Making Two-sided Copies from One-Side Originals ............................................................................ p. 2-30 Making Two-sided Copies from Two-Side Originals ............................................................................ p. 2-32 Main Specifications .............................................................................................................................. p. 8-18 Manual Paper Selection ......................................................................................................................... p. 2-3 MARGIN .............................................................................................................................................. p. 3-16 MEMORY COPY A key .......................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 MEMORY COPY B key .......................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass ........................................................................................... p. 2-24 MODE MEMORY ................................................................................................................................. p. 3-41 Moving the machine ................................................................................................................................ p. 22

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NAGE/POSI ......................................................................................................................................... p. 3-30 NO. KEY ENTRY ................................................................................................................................... p. 3-8 Number keys .......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-5

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1 TO 4 .................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-26 1 2 SIDED ........................................................................................................................................ p. 2-30 1 TO 2 .................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-26 Option .................................................................................................................................................. p. 5-11 Operation When User Restrictions Are Enabled .................................................................................... p. 8-2 Operations after Turning the Power ON ................................................................................................ p. 8-3 Operations after Using Copy Functions ................................................................................................. p. 8-3 Operations before Using Copy Function ................................................................................................ p. 8-2 Orientation of Originals .......................................................................................................................... p. 1-7 ORIGINAL FRAME ERASE ................................................................................................................. p. 3-18 Original is not Cleanly Scanned ........................................................................................................... p. 6-20 Original output tray ................................................................................................................................ p. 1-4 Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty ........................................................................... p. 6-21 Original supply tray ................................................................................................................................ p. 1-4 Output Sheets are Dirty ....................................................................................................................... p. 6-22

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PAPER SELECT .................................................................................................................................... p. 2-2 Paper Deck-C1 ...................................................................................................................................... p. 7-3 Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit .......................................................................................................... p. 6-7 Paper Jam in the Feeder ..................................................................................................................... p. 6-18 Paper Jam in the Main Unit ................................................................................................................... p. 6-4 Paper Jam in the Paper Deck ................................................................................................................ p. 7-3 Paper Jam in the Paper Drawer 1 ....................................................................................................... p. 6-10 Paper Jam in the Paper Drawer 2 ....................................................................................................... p. 6-12 Paper Jam in the Paper Drawer 3 or 4 ................................................................................................ p. 6-14 Paper Jam in the Right Cover ................................................................................................................ p. 6-9 Paper Jam Occurs while Non-collating ................................................................................................ p. 7-10 Paper Jam Occurs while Collating, Grouping or Staple-collating ........................................................ p. 7-12 Paper Supply Indicator Function ............................................................................................................ p. 4-4 Parts and Their Functions ...................................................................................................................... p. 1-2 Password ............................................................................................................................................... p. 8-4 PHOTO ................................................................................................................................................ p. 2-18 Photo mode ......................................................................................................................................... p. 4-28 Placing Originals .................................................................................................................................... p. 1-7 Placing an Original on the Platen Glass ................................................................................................ p. 1-8 Placing Originals in the feeder ............................................................................................................... p. 1-9 Platen glass ........................................................................................................................................... p. 1-7 Power indicator ...................................................................................................................................... p. 1-5 Power Supply .......................................................................................................................................... p. 14 PRINTI/F key ........................................................................................................................................ p. 1-5 Print Monitor screen ................................................................................................................................... p.5 Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box ............................................................................................. p.8-6

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Printing Multiple Documents ................................................................................................................... p.8-9 Printing Priority ..................................................................................................................................... p.1-18 Provide adequate installation space. ...................................................................................................... p. 22

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R (reduction) ............................................................................................................................................. p. 3 REC. .................................................................................................................................................... p. 3-48 Recalling a Copy Job ........................................................................................................................... p. 3-45 Recalling a Previous Copy Job ............................................................................................................ p. 3-48 Reduction Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet ............................................... p. 3-22 Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit ............................................................................... p. 7-17 Replacing the Toner Cartridge ............................................................................................................... p. 5-8 Replacing the Staple Cartridge ............................................................................................................ p. 7-15 RESET key ............................................................................................................................................ p. 1-5 Reserving Copy Jobs While Copying .................................................................................................. p. 2-22 Restoring Settings to Initial Settings .................................................................................................... p. 4-33 Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults ................................................................. p. 4-20 Routine Cleaning ................................................................................................................................. p. 6-20

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Appendix

SADF Auto Feed .................................................................................................................................. p. 4-28 SADF tray .............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4 SAMPLE SET ...................................................................................................................................... p. 2-39 Safety Considerations ............................................................................................................................. p. 13 Safety Information ............................................................................................................................... Cover 2 Self-diagnostic (Error) Display ............................................................................................................. p. 6-23 Service Call Message .......................................................................................................................... p. 6-25 Select a safe power supply. .................................................................................................................... p. 22 Selecting a Mail Box screen ..................................................................................................................... p. 5 Selecting the Copy Paper Size .............................................................................................................. p. 2-2 Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF ..................................................................................................... p. 4-27 Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs ................................................ Chap. 4 Setting Inch Input ................................................................................................................................. p. 4-11 Setting Standard Keys ......................................................................................................................... p. 4-26 Setting the Hard Disk Memory Assignment ......................................................................................... p. 4-37 Setting the Job Duration Display ......................................................................................................... p. 4-30 Setting a Drawer for Auto Drawer Switching/Auto Paper Selection ....................................................... p. 4-7 Settings for Automatic Exposure Adjustment ........................................................................................ p. 4-6 Setting Entry Tone, Error Tone, Job Done Tone ................................................................................... p. 4-7 Setting the Current Date and Time ...................................................................................................... p. 4-21 Setting the Dept. ID for Managing the Number of Prints by Department ............................................. p. 4-14 Setting the Printing Priority .................................................................................................................... p. 4-9 Setting or Changing the System Settings Password ........................................................................... p. 4-13 Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after Finishing Operations ....... p. 4-22 Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task .................................................... p. 4-23 Setting the Time That the Units Power Turns OFF on Different Days of the Week ............................ p. 4-24 Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations ...................................................... p. 4-21 SHARPNESS ....................................................................................................................................... p. 3-31 SHEET FRAME ERASE ...................................................................................................................... p. 3-18 SHIFT .................................................................................................................................................... p. 3-7 Sleep Function ....................................................................................................................................... p. 4-2

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Slide Guide ............................................................................................................................................ p. 1-4 Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut ...................................... p. 2-12 Special Features Screen .......................................................................................................................... p. 4 Specifying the Copy Ratio by % ............................................................................................................ p. 2-8 Specifying the Required Number of Copies ......................................................................................... p. 2-20 Stack bypass ......................................................................................................................................... p. 2-4 STANDARD SETTING ......................................................................................................................... p. 4-31 STANDARD KEY1/KEY2 SETTING .................................................................................................... p. 4-26 Staple ................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-36 Staple-collate Mode ............................................................................................................................... p. 7-8 START key ............................................................................................................................................ p. 1-5 STOP key .............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-5 STORE DEPT. ID/PASSWORD .......................................................................................................... p. 4-14 Storing Copy Settings for a Copy Job .................................................................................................. p. 3-41 Storing Often Used Copy Setting in Memory ....................................................................................... p. 3-41 Storing the Current Standard Settings ................................................................................................. p. 4-31 Storing the Image Form ....................................................................................................................... p. 3-33 Storing a Memory Key Name ............................................................................................................... p. 3-43 Storing the Dept. ID and the Password ............................................................................................... p. 4-14 System Configuration ............................................................................................................................ p. 7-2 System Settings Password .................................................................................................................. p. 4-13

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TEXT .................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-18 TEXT/PHOTO ...................................................................................................................................... p. 2-18 TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN ..................................................................................................... p. 4-23 Timer Settings ...................................................................................................................................... p. 4-21 TOP MARGIN/BOTTOM MARGIN ...................................................................................................... p. 3-16 Touch Panel Display .............................................................................................................................. p. 1-5 TRANSP. INTERLVING ......................................................................................................................... p. 3-4 Transparent Image .............................................................................................................................. p. 3-33 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. Chap. 6 Turning the Power ON ........................................................................................................................... p. 1-6 2 ON 1 ................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-22 2 1 SIDED ........................................................................................................................................ p. 2-33 2 2 SIDED ........................................................................................................................................ p. 2-32 TWO-PAGE SEPARATION ................................................................................................................... p. 3-2 TWO-Sided Copying ............................................................................................................................ p. 2-30 TWO SIDED/1 TO 2 ............................................................................................................................ p. 3-27 TWO SIDED/1 TO 4 ............................................................................................................................ p. 3-27

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Index

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Usage Guide ............................................................................................................................................. p. 6 Useful Copy Functions ........................................................................................................................ Chap. 3 Using the SADF tray ............................................................................................................................ p. 1-10 Using the Mail Box ................................................................................................................................. p. 8-6 Using the Memory for Copying ............................................................................................................ p. 2-21 Using The Touch Panel Display ................................................................................................................ p. 3 Using the Stack Bypass ......................................................................................................................... p. 2-4

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Vertical placement ................................................................................................................................. p. 1-7

W
WIRE CLEANING ................................................................................................................................ p. 6-22

X
XY ZOOM ............................................................................................................................................ p. 2-15

Z
ZOOM ....................................................................................................................................................... p. 3 ZOOM PROGRAM .............................................................................................................................. p. 2-13

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