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FAQ Guide

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before operating this product. P.36
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functions of this machine.

What is
Your Question?
Contents
What's Your Problem?

The Machine Does Not If Paper Jams Occur


Operate P.4 P.14

Check the following first . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


The Machine Does Not Respond to the Paper Jams Occur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Paper Jams Occur Frequently. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

How to Load Paper Scan/Fax Cannot Be


P.6 Performed Successfully P.20

Loading Paper in the Paper Deck. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6


Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray. . . . . . . . . 8 If You Cannot Send Documents to
When loading paper in the optional a Server Using [Scan and Send]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Document insertion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Stopping Scanning/Faxing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Loading Paper with Printed Logos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Scanned Documents Cannot Be E-Mailed. . . . . . . 21
Loading Tab Paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 If You Cannot Send/Forward Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Printing on the back side of printed paper. . . . . . . 9 If You Cannot Receive Faxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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Printing Results Are Canceling Copy/ P.24
Not Satisfactory P.12 Print Jobs

Installing the P.25


Printer Driver

Replacement Parts P.26


Images Are Shifted/Slanted/Skewed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Irregularities Appear in Images/Images
Are Faint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Black Streaks Appear in Images. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 An Error Screen is P.28
Bleed-through Occurs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Displayed

Illustrated Index P.30


Loading Paper or Paper
Settings Cannot Be Done P.16
Successfully
Appendix P.34

Installation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Installation Space Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Handling Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Legal Notices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Paper Is Not Fed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
If the "Load paper." Message Is Displayed . . . . . . . 17
Printing Cannot Be Performed on the Expected
Side of Paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Do You Want to P.43
Printing Cannot Be Performed with the Know More?
Expected Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
In Two-Sided Printing, the Print Direction Differs You Can Consult the User's Guide!. . . . . . . . 43
between the Front and Back Sides of the Paper. . . . 19 If You Notice a Search Number. . . . . . . . . . . . 43

3
The Machine Does Not Operate

Check the following first

Check 1 Check 3
Check the following first

Is a message displayed on the touch Is the main power indicator Off?


panel display? If the main power indicator does not light
when you turn the main power ON, check
the power plug and the breaker.

Main power
indicator
Simple Message Message

Location of the breaker


NOTE
User's Guide
If an error message is displayed P.28
0WR8-01H Search

How to use the search number P.43

Check 2 Check 4
Is lit? Is the machine correctly connected to
the computer?
Press this to cancel the Check the network connection.
Sleep mode.

Setting the network environment


User's Guide
0WR8-006 Search

How to use the search number P.43

4
The Machine Does Not Respond
to the Computer

Solution 1 Solution 2

The Machine Does Not Respond to the Computer


Restart the machine. Install the printer driver again.

1. Press the main power switch to turn off the


machine.

CAUTION!
Note that turning OFF the machine deletes the
data that is waiting to be printed. User Software
CD-ROM

NOTE
For more information P.25

Solution 3
Set the IP address again.

Setup Guide
User's Guide
0WR8-003 Search

How to use the search number P.43

2. Check that the main power indicator has turned


off.
3. Wait 10 seconds or more and press the power
switch again.

5
How to Load Paper
Loading Paper in the Paper
Loading Paper in the Paper Deck Drawer

CAUTION!
1
Loading Paper in the Paper Deck / Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer

Of the A4 size, you can load the preset size of paper


in the paper deck.
NOTE
When loading paper in the optional paper deck.
User's Guide

1
2 Adjust the position of the slide guides.

2 First fan the paper stack well and then load it.
Make sure that this line is not exceeded.

3 First fan the paper stack well and then load it.
Make sure that this line is not exceeded.

The print side face down

The print side face down

Paper Orientation

If you have loaded paper in this paper deck


for the first time, attach the appropriate paper
size label to the paper deck. A4 Paper A4R

CAUTION! Paper
When you have loaded a different type of paper Drawer
than the preset one, be sure to change the paper
type setting.
For more information
P.7, step 5 and following

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Available paper types 0WR8-0RR Search How to use the search number P.43

4 8

Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer


1. Check the
paper size.

If you have loaded paper in this paper drawer


POINT
for the first time, attach the appropriate paper
size label to the paper drawer.
If the displayed paper size is different from the
loaded paper size, adjust the slide guides.
2. Press [OK].
5

When you have loaded a different type of


Press paper than the preset one
In the screen for this step 8, change the paper type
setting.

6 Press [Preferences] [Paper Settings] [Paper 1. Press [Set].


Settings] on the touch panel display.

7 2. Select the
paper type.

Select the
paper source.

CAUTION!
Make sure to press [Detailed Settings] to check the
basis weight of the paper.
3. Press [OK].

When you have loaded custom size


2 paper
1 Set the paper size manually.
3 When loading free size paper
4
(custom size paper) User's Guide
0WR8-02A Search
POINT
Any paper source other than 1 to 4 is optional.
For more information User's Guide
How to use the search number P.43

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How to Load Paper
Loading Paper in the Multi-
Purpose Tray

1 5
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray

1. Check the
paper size/
type.

2. Press
2 Extend the slide guides.
Auxiliary Tray
If the paper size/type setting does not
match the paper you have loaded
In the screen for this step 5, change the setting
manually.

Press

3 Adjust the slide guides to match the size of the


paper.

1. Select the
paper size.

2. Press
4 First fan the paper stack well and then load it.
Make sure that this line is not exceeded. 3 Press [Change] in [Paper Type].

1. Select the
paper type.

2. Press
The print side face up

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Available paper types 0WR8-0RR Search How to use the search number P.43

When loading paper in the


optional Document insertion

For the loading procedures, see the User's Guide.


When you have loaded custom size

Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray / When loading paper in the optional Document insertion
paper
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
Set the paper size manually.
User's Guide
When loading free size paper 0WR8-0SK Search
(custom size paper) User's Guide
0WR8-02C Search
How to use the search number P.43

How to use the search number P.43

Printing on the back side of printed


paper
1. Load paper in the multi-purpose tray the
print side face up.
2. In the [Paper Type] selection screen,
press [2nd Side of 2-Sided Page].
CAUTION!
For this operation, paper can only be loaded
in the multi-purpose tray.
POINT
You can use only paper printed with this
machine.

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How to Load Paper

Loading Paper with Printed Logos

Refer to the table below to load paper with printed logos.


Loading Paper with Printed Logos

Example: Paper size: A4

Orientation
Printing result
Paper Deck*/Paper Drawer Multi-Purpose Tray

Paper Co. Ltd.

ABC
Co. Ltd.
Co. Ltd.
Logo

Multi-
Paper Drawer Purpose Tray

Co. Ltd.
ABC
Co. Ltd.
.dtL .oC

Co. Ltd.
ABC
.dtL .oC

Co. Ltd.

* Cannot be loaded in the Paper Deck.

Co. Ltd.

Co. Ltd. ABC


Co. Ltd.

* Cannot be loaded in the Paper Deck.

NOTE
Basic Paper Loading Operations
For paper deck/paper drawer P.6
For multi-purpose tray P.8
For optional paper sources User's Guide

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Available paper types 0WR8-0RR Search How to use the search number P.43

Loading Tab Paper

CAUTION!
4 Load the tab paper.

Loading Tab Paper


You can load index paper in a paper drawer, the Make sure that this line is not exceeded.
optional POD Deck Lite, or the optional Document
Insertion.
NOTE
When loading paper in the POD Deck Lite.
User's Guide
When loading paper in the Document Insertion.
User's Guide

1 The print side face down

5 Adjust the slide guide to the tab paper.

2 Move the slide guide to the leftmost position.

Ensure that the index tab is on the left side.

3 Set the Tab Feeding Attachment Kit in position.

1. Remove the Tab Feeding Attachment Kit.


2. Place the removed kit in position for A4 paper size.
7 Set the paper size and type as necessary.
Changing Paper Settings
P.7, step 5 and following

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Printing Results Are Not Satisfactory
Images Are Shifted/Slanted/ Irregularities Appear in
Skewed Images/Images Are Faint

Solution Solution 1
Images Are Shifted/Slanted/Skewed / Irregularities Appear in Images/Images Are Faint

Adjust the slide guides. The paper may have absorbed


moisture. Replace it with paper that
has not absorbed moisture.

Solution 2
Perform gradation adjustment.

1. Press
Adjust the guide exactly.

Multi-purpose tray

2. Press [Adjustment/Maintenance] [Adjust Image


Quality] [Auto Adjust Gradation] on the touch
panel display.

Follow the instructions in the screen to


perform gradation adjustment.
For more information, see the User's Guide.

Adjusting gradation
User's Guide
0WR8-0KY Search

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12
Black Streaks Appear in Bleed-through Occurs
Images

Solution Solution

Black Streaks Appear in Images / Bleed-through Occurs


Clean the document feed scanning Set a lower background density.
areas.
1. Turn OFF the machine, and unplug the power
plug from the AC power outlet. 1. Press
2. Open the feeder, and clean the lower side
document feed scanning area using the
supplied glass-cleaning sheet. 2. On the touch panel display, select the function
for which you want to set a lower background
density.
3. Press [Options].
Example: Fax

4. Press

3. Open the cover, and clean the upper side


document feed scanning area.

2
1

5. Press

POINT
To make a manual adjustment, press [Adjust] and
adjust the background density with [] and [+]
press [OK].
6. Press [OK].

4. Close the cover back, plug the power plug into


the AC power outlet, and turn ON the machine.

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If Paper Jams Occur

Paper Jams Occur

If paper jams occur, a screen like the following appears on the touch panel display.
Paper Jams Occur

Follow the instructions in the screen to remove the jammed paper.

Remedy

Paper jam locations

When the remedy consists of a number of steps,


you can view the steps by pressing these buttons.

POINT
The screen disappears once all the jammed paper is removed and all the machines covers and drawers are closed
correctly.

If you do not understand the remedy Paper jams


by referring to the screen
User's Guide
See the User's Guide to make sure of the 0WR8-0L8 Search
remedy.

How to use the search number P.43

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Paper Jams Occur Frequently

Solution 1 Solution 3

Paper Jams Occur Frequently


Adjust the slide guides. Check the paper type setting.

1. Press

2. Press

Adjust the guide exactly.


Multi-purpose tray

3. If the paper type setting does not match the


loaded paper, change the setting.
For paper deck/paper drawer P.6
For multi-purpose tray P.8
For optional paper sources User's Guide

Solution 2
Check if the paper is bent. Solution 4
Remove paper fractures.
Example: Paper Deck
If you forcibly remove the jammed paper,
torn scraps of paper may remain in the
main unit or optional devices. If paper tears,
check that there are no scraps of paper
inside and try to remove all of the scraps
(Do not try to pull out the jammed paper
forcibly).

Unbend or remove
the bent paper.

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Loading Paper or Paper Settings Cannot Be Done Successfully

Paper Is Not Fed

Solution 1 Remove the excess amount of paper.


Paper Is Not Fed

Open the paper source to check whether Capacity of Paper Sources


paper has been loaded properly. User's Guide
Adjust the slide guides 0WR8-0RR Search

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Load paper of the same size and same


type in the same paper source.
You cannot load paper of different sizes
or different types in one paper source.

Adjust the guide exactly.


Multi-purpose tray Solution 2
Check the paper type setting.

1. Press

Check if the paper is bent.


Unbend or remove the bent paper.
2. Press

Check if the paper is sticking together.


First fan the paper stack well and then load it. 3. If the paper type setting does not match the
loaded paper, change the setting.

Check whether the appropriate paper


has been loaded in the paper source.
For paper deck/paper drawer
For multi-purpose tray
P.6
P.8
For optional paper sources User's Guide

Available paper types User's Guide


0WR8-0RR Search

How to use the search number P.43

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If the "Load paper." Message
Is Displayed

Solution 1 Solution 3

If the "Load paper." Message Is Displayed


Replenish paper. Check the paper type setting.

1. Press

2. Press

If the paper source is vacant, replenish


paper.

Solution 2
Adjust the slide guides.
3. If the paper type setting does not match the
loaded paper, change the setting.
For paper deck/paper drawer P.6
For multi-purpose tray P.8
For optional paper sources User's Guide

Solution 4
Make sure that the paper size setting
matches the size of the loaded paper.
Adjust the guide exactly.
1. Check the paper Size in the [Printing Preferences]
Multi-purpose tray screen of the printer driver.

2. Load paper of the size matching the paper size


setting.

POINT
To print on paper of a size not matching the
paper size setting, set [Output Size] for the size
of that paper.

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Loading Paper or Paper Settings Cannot Be Done Successfully
Printing Cannot Be Performed Printing Cannot Be Performed
on the Expected Side of Paper with the Expected Size

Solution Solution
Printing Cannot Be Performed on the Expected Side of Paper / Printing Cannot Be Performed with the Expected Size

Load paper in the correct orientation Make sure that the paper size setting
and with the correct side face up/ matches the size of the loaded paper.
down. 1. Replace the loaded paper with paper of the size
1. Check the loaded paper for correct orientation you want to print.
and correct printing side.
POINT
Paper Deck/Paper Drawer
If you want to print on the loaded paper, skip
this step 1.

2. Change the printer driver's setting of [Output


Size] so as to match with the paper to be printed
on.

The print side face down

Multi-Purpose Tray

The print side face up

NOTE
For optional paper sources User's Guide

2. If the check result indicates that the paper is not


loaded correctly, reload the paper correctly.

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In Two-Sided Printing, the Print Direction Differs between the Front
and Back Sides of the Paper

Solution

In Two-Sided Printing, the Print Direction Differs between the Front and Back Sides of the Paper
Make settings for two-sided printing.
1. In the application's print setting screen, select the print direction.
2. In the [Printing Preferences] screen of the driver, set [Orientation] for the direction
selected in step 1.
3. While viewing the preview image, make settings in the order of: [Page Layout]
*[Page Order] [1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing] [Binding Location].

POINT
* [Page Order] is only displayed when you set [Page Layout] to [2 on 1] or other
option for printing multiple pages on one physical.

2
3

Orientation

Portrait Landscape

ABC ABC
Short Edge

A
Binding Location

C
AB

AB
Long Edge

A ABC
C
AB

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Scan/Fax Cannot Be Performed Successfully
If You Cannot Send Documents Stopping Scanning/Faxing
to a Server Using [Scan and Send]

Check the server information. To stop the paper feed


If You Cannot Send Documents to a Server Using [Scan and Send] / Stopping Scanning/Faxing

If you have updated something including the login


password for the server (computer), change the
information registered to the address book/one-
touch buttons.

Press

1. Press

POINT
You can also stop the paper feed by pressing
2. Press [Dest./Fwd. Settings] [Register
Destinations] on the touch panel display. on the control panel.

Example: Address book

To cancel the sending of scanned data


3. Select the
destination.

1. Press
4. Press

2. Press

3. Select the
5. Change the document
registered you want to
information. cancel.

6. Press
4. Press

5. Press [Yes].
POINT
To check the connection after changing the
registered information, press [Check Connection].
NOTE
For more information P.21 "To change registered
information"

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Scanned Documents Cannot Be
E-Mailed

Solution 1 Solution 2

Scanned Documents Cannot Be E-Mailed


Check the information of the If e-mailing of documents is
destination. not possible at all, make correct
If any update has been done, change the communication settings for the SMTP/
information registered to the address book/one- DNS server. For the setting procedures,
touch buttons. see the User's Guide.
1. Press on the touch panel display

2. Press [Dest./Fwd. Settings] [Register E-mail/I-fax communication settings


Destinations].
0WR8-017 Search
Example: Address book

How to use the search number P.43


3. Select the
destination.

4. Press

5. Change the
registered
information.

6. Press To change registered information


When the information registered to the
address book/one-touch buttons, edit and
NOTE re-register it.

For more information "To change registered Editing the address book
information" on the right User's Guide
0WR8-035 Search

Editing the one-touch buttons


User's Guide
0WR8-037 Search

How to use the search number P.43

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Scan/Fax Cannot Be Performed Successfully
If You Cannot Send/Forward
Faxes

Solution If you cannot forward faxes


If You Cannot Send/Forward Faxes

Check the information of the forwarding


Check the information of the destination registered to the address book/one-
destination. touch buttons. If anything is wrong with the
Check if the telephone line is not connected information, correct it.
to a wrong location.

1. Call the destination fax number from this 1. Press


machine.

If no beep (dial tone) is heard


2. Press [Dest./Fwd. Settings] [Register
The modular cable (the telephone line for faxing) Destinations] on the touch panel display.
is not connected or is plugged into a wrong
Example: Address book
connector. Check the modular cable, and plug it
into the appropriate connector.
LINE 1
3. Select the
destination.

4. Press

If audio guidance is heard or if the 5. Change the


machine cannot be connected to the registered
destination fax number (no fax dial tone information.
is heard)
6. Press
There may be a problem with the destination or
your telephone carrier. Contact the destination.

NOTE
For more information P.23 "To change registered
information"

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If You Cannot Receive Faxes

If you are using an optical line or IP Solution


telephone line

If You Cannot Send/Forward Faxes / If You Cannot Receive Faxes


Delete unnecessary documents in the
Communication errors may occur
memory to increase the free space.
depending on the line quality.
For more information, contact your
telephone carrier.
1. Press

Reduce the fax transmission 2. Press [Fax/I-Fax Inbox] [Memory RX Inbox]


speed. [Memory RX Inbox] on the touch panel display.

Reducing the fax transmission 3. Select unnecessary


speed may result in a documents.
communication error reduction.

1. Press
4. Press

5. Press [Yes].

2. Press [Function Settings] [Send]


[Fax Settings] on the touch panel
display.

3. Press [TX Start Speed].

4. Select a slower speed than the current


one. To change registered information
When the information registered to the
address book/one-touch buttons, edit and
re-register it.

Editing the address book


User's Guide
0WR8-035 Search

5. Press
Editing the one-touch buttons
User's Guide
0WR8-037 Search

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Canceling Copy/Print Jobs

Canceling a Copy Job Canceling a Print Job

To stop the paper feed For Windows OS


Canceling a Copy Job / Canceling a Print Job

1. In the computer screen, double-click the printer


icon.

Press

POINT
You can also stop the paper feed by pressing
on the control panel.
2. Select the file you want to cancel.

3. Click
To cancel a copy job waiting to be output

1. Press
4. Select [Cancel].

5. Click [Yes].

2. Click Select [Copy] from the menu screen.

For Mac OS
1. In the computer screen, click the printer icon on
the Dock.

2. Select the file you want to cancel.


3. Click [Delete].

3. Select the
copy job
you want to
cancel.

4. Press

5. Press [Yes].

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Installing the Printer Driver

Installing the Printer Driver

Using the User Software CD-ROM If a printer driver for this machine is
already installed on your computer

Installing the Printer Driver


By using the User Software CD-ROM supplied with
the machine, you can install the printer driver on Depending on your system environment, it is
your computer with ease. necessary to uninstall the old driver and install the
new one. For the uninstallation procedure, see the
Driver Installation Guide.

POINT
For details of printer driver installation, see the
Driver Installation Guide included on the User
Software CD-ROM.

Downloading from the Canon website


You can download the latest printer driver from
the Canon website (http://www.canon.com/).

POINT
For details of printer driver installation, see the
Driver Installation Guide. The Guide can be
downloaded from, or viewed on, the same page
of the Canon website as for the printer driver.

Latest OS support information


See the Canon website
(http://www.canon.com/).

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Replacement Parts

Replacing Consumables by Referring to a Motion Video


When a consumable used in the machine is nearing the time for replacement, a screen prompting you to replace it appears on the
touch panel display. Replace the consumable in question by referring to the screen.
Replacing Consumables by Referring to a Motion Video

1 Example: Toner cartridge 3 Replace the consumable by referring to the


motion video.

Motion video
(showing the
replacement
procedure)

Press

Use these buttons and bar to


operate the video.
POINT
Depending on the condition of the consumable,
a screen like the one shown under step 2 may POINT
appear first. The screen and messages may vary depending
on the consumable.

2 Prepare the consumable.

Check
the item
number.*

* This is an item number identifying a Canon


genuine consumables. For high quality printouts,
we recommend that you use Canon genuine
consumables.

NOTE
List of Consumables P.27

To check the item number of a


consumable in the normal operation
screen
1. Press on the touch panel display.
2. Press [Consumables/ Others] [Check
Item Name] [OK] on the touch panel
display.

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List of Consumables

Replacement procedure
Type Item number Options If video guidance does not help you understand
the replacement procedure, see the User's Guide

List of Consumables
Toner Cartridge Replacing the Toner Cartridge
Contact your local
User's Guide
authorized Canon dealer
- 0WR8-0KH Search
to obtain new Canon
genuine toner. How to use the search number P.43

Stamp Cartridge Replacing the Stamp Cartridge


Stamp Ink Cartridge-C1 User's Guide
This can be used with - 0WR8-0KJ Search
the following options.
Stamp Unit-B1*
How to use the search number P.43

Staple

Staple Cartridge-X1 (for Staple Finisher-V2


Replacing the Staples
the stapler unit) Booklet Finisher-V2 User's Guide
0WR8-0KK Search

Staple Cartridge-Y1 (for How to use the search number P.43


Booklet Finisher-V2
the saddle stitcher unit)

* Depending on the machine you are using, the Stamp Unit-B1 is standard-equipped.

CAUTION!
Avoid storing toner cartridges vertically.
Store toner cartridges in a cool place, not exposed to direct sunlight. A preferable environment is one where
temperature is not higher than 30C and humidity is not higher than 80%.

For optimum print quality, using Canon genuine Toner, Cartridge and Parts is
recommended.

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An Error Screen is Displayed
If the "Contact your service
An Error Message is Displayed representative" Message Is Displayed

If an error occurs during scanning or printing or When the machine ceases to operate normally due
if a problem occurs with network connection or to a trouble, a follow screen appears on the touch
An Error Message is Displayed / If the "Contact your service representative" Message Is Displayed

setting, a message is displayed on the touch panel panel display. Perform the following procedure.
display or the Remote UI.
Touch Panel Display

Remote UI
1 Restart the machine.
Press the power switch to turn OFF the
machine. When 10 or more seconds have
elapsed after the main power indicator turned
off, turn ON the machine again.

CAUTION!
Note that turning OFF the machine deletes the
data that is waiting to be printed.

For the meaning of each message and a remedy to 2 If the message does not disappear, follow
take, see the User's Guide. the procedure below to contact the service
representative.
When an error message is displayed 1. Make a note of the code number displayed on the
User's Guide screen.
0WR8-0LY Search

How to use the search number P.43 Error code

2. Turn the machine OFF, and disconnect the power


plug from the power outlet.
3. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer.

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When the [Limited Functions Mode] POINT
button is displayed When you select a restricted function in the

If the "Contact your service representative" Message Is Displayed


limited functions mode, the following screen
You can use the machine with part of functions appears.
restricted even before the problem is resolved.

1. Press

Press on the touch panel display to return


2. Press [Yes] to restart the machine. to the Main Menu, and then select a different
The machine enters the limited functions mode. function.
When the problem is resolved, the [Call service
representative.] message disappears in the
screen at the bottom left.

Functions available in the limited


functions mode
User's Guide
0WR5-0JU Search

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Illustrated Index
You can easily identify the name of a part and find the page where that part is described.
* The illustrations assume that the machine is equipped with a Copy Tray-R1

Main Unit
Main Unit

Copy Tray-R1 Control Panel (Flat) P.32

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Main Unit
Main Power Switch P.5

Multi-purpose Tray P.8

Auxiliary Tray

Slide Guides

Paper Decks P.6

Paper Drawers P.6

Slide Guides P.6

Tab Feeding Attachment Kit P.11

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Illustrated Index

Control Panel
Control Panel

19 18 17 16

1
2 15
3
14
13
12

4 11
10

5 6 7 8 9

1 Login User Name 4 Status Monitor/Cancel key P.15


The user name that is currently logged in is Press to check the status of a job or cancel a
displayed. job.

2 Main Menu key P.13 5 Touch Panel Display P.4


Press to display the Main Menu screen. Displays the settings screen and messages.
Touch the panel to perform setting and other
operations.
3 Quick Menu key
Press to display the registered functions in the
form of Quick Menu.
6 Reset key
Press to reset the machine to the standard
mode.

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Control Panel
7 Processing/Data indicator 14 Brightness Adjustment key
Flashes when the machine is operating. Adjusts the brightness of the screen.
Lights when the machine is waiting for a
command.
15 Counter/Device Information key
Press to display the copy and print count totals
8 Error indicator on the touch panel display.
Flashes or lights if there is an error in the
machine.
When the Error indicator maintains a steady red light, 16 Energy Saver key P.4
contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Press to set or cancel the Sleep mode.
Lights when the machine enters Sleep
9 Main Power indicator P.4 mode.
Lights when the power is turned ON. Turns off when the machine exits Sleep
mode.
10 Start key
Press this to start an operation (or data reading).
17 Numeric keys
Press to enter numerical values.
11 Stop key P.20
Press to stop the current operation.
18 Settings/Registration key P.7
Press to specify settings or make a registration.

12 Clear key
Press to clear the entered values or characters.
19 ID (Log In/Out) key
Press this to log in/out (when a login service
has been set).
13 Volume Settings key
Press to adjust the sound volume.

If your machine is equipped with the


Upright Control Panel, use the Upright
Control Panel of the machine.

Upright Control Panel


User's Guide
0WR8-01S Search

How to use the search number P.43

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Appendix
Installation Location Avoid installing the machine near
computers or other precision electronic
The power cord should not be taut, as
this may lead to a loose connection
and Handling equipment. Electrical interference and
vibrations generated by the machine
and cause overheating, which could
result in a fire.
This section describes precautions for while printing can adversely affect the If excessive stress is applied to the
installation location and handling. We operation of such equipment. connection part of the power cord,
recommend that you read this section it may damage the power cord or
prior to using this machine. Connecting the Telephone Line the wires inside the machine may
This machine conforms to a analog disconnect. This could result in a fire.
telephone line standard. The machine Avoid the following situations:
can be connected to the public switched Connecting and disconnecting the
Installation Precautions telephone network (PSTN) only. If power cord frequently.
Appendix

you connect the machine to a digital Tripping over the power cord.
Avoid Installing the Machine in the telephone line or a dedicated telephone The power cord is bent near the
Following Locations line, it might impede proper operation connection part, and continuous stress
of the machine and could be the cause is being applied to the power outlet or
Avoid locations subject to temperature of damage. Make sure to confirm a type the connection part.
and humidity extremes, whether low of telephone line before connecting the Applying excessive force on the power
or high. For example, avoid installing the machine. Contact your optical fiber line or plug.
machine near water faucets, hot water IP telephone line service providers if you
heaters, humidifiers, air conditioners, want to connect the machine to those
heaters, or stoves. telephone lines. Moving the Machine
Avoid installing the machine in direct If you intend to move the machine, even
Contact an authorized Canon dealer to a location on the same floor of your
sunlight. If this is unavoidable, use curtains if communication is unavailable.
to shade the machine. Be sure that the building, contact your local authorized
Depending on your locale or your Canon dealer beforehand. Do not
curtains do not block the machine's telephone connection, you may be unable attempt to move the machine yourself.
ventilation slots or louvers, or interfere to perform data communication. In this
with the electrical cord or power supply. case, contact your local authorized Canon
dealer. Provide Adequate Installation Space
Avoid locations where a considerable
amount of dust accumulates./Avoid Provide enough space on each side
of the machine for unrestricted
locations where ammonia gas is When using wireless LAN
emitted./Avoid locations near volatile or operation.
Install the machine at a distance of 50 For the installation space requirements,
flammable materials, such as alcohol or
paint thinner. m or less from the wireless LAN router. see page 35.
As far as possible, install in a location
Avoid installing the machine near where communication is not blocked
televisions, radios, or similar electronic by intervening objects. The signal may
equipment. The machine might interfere be degraded when passing through
with sound and picture signal reception. walls or floors.
Keep the machine as far as possible
Insert the power plug into a dedicated
power outlet, and maintain as much from digital cordless phones,
space as possible between the machine microwave ovens, or other equipment
and other electronic equipment. that emits radio waves.

Avoid poorly ventilated locations. This Avoid installing the machine at high
machine generates a slight amount of altitudes of about 3,000 metres above
ozone etc. during normal use. Although sea level, or higher. Machines with a hard
sensitivity to ozone etc. may vary, this disk may not operate properly when used
amount is not harmful. Ozone etc. may be at high altitudes of about 3,000 metres
more noticeable during extended use or above sea level, or higher.
long production runs, especially in poorly
ventilated rooms. It is recommended that Select a Safe Power Supply
the room be appropriately ventilated,
sufficient to maintain a comfortable Plug the machine into a 220 - 240 V AC
working environment, in areas of machine outlet.
operation. In addition, do not install this Make sure that the power supply for
machine where it exhausts directly onto a the machine is safe, and has a steady
person. voltage.
Do not connect other electrical
Avoid locations that are subject to equipment to the same power outlet
vibration./ Avoid exposing the machine to which the machine is connected.
to rapid changes in temperature. If the Do not connect the power cord to
room in which the machine is installed is a multiplug power strip, as this may
cold but rapidly heated, water droplets cause a fire or electrical shock.
(condensation) may form inside the The power cord may become
machine. This may result in a noticeable damaged if it is stepped on, affixed
degradation in the quality of the copied with staples, or if heavy objects are
image, the inability to properly scan an placed on it. Continued use of a
original, or the copies having no printed damaged power cord can lead to an
image at all. accident, such as a fire or electrical
shock.

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Installation Space Requirements
When the Copy Tray-R1 is attached.
*1
100 mm or more*1 Make sure to provide at least 800 mm of space if you
install the Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1.
*2
Make sure to provide at least 100 mm of space if none of
the Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1is installed.

Appendix
1,353 mm

1,533 mm

When the Booklet Finisher-V2, Document Insertion/


Folding Unit-J1, POD Deck Lite-C1 are attached:

800 mm or more*2
1,353 mm

2,436 mm

When the Booklet Finisher-V2, Document Insertion/


Folding Unit-J1, POD Deck Lite-C1, Upright Control
Panel-E1 are attached:

800 mm or more*2
1,353 mm

2,436 mm

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Appendix
Handling Precautions repair that may not be covered under
your Limited Warranty.
Do not remove the machine's leveling
feet after the machine has been
installed, as this may cause the machine
Do not attempt to disassemble or to fall or tip over, resulting in personal
modify the machine. WARNING injury.
Some parts inside the machine Indicates a warning concerning operations
are subject to high-voltages and that may lead to death or injury to persons IMPORTANT
temperatures. Take adequate if not performed correctly. To use the
precautions when inspecting the machine safely, always pay attention to The motion sensor's operation may
inside of the machine. Do not carry out these warnings. become unstable, depending on the
any inspections that are not described usage environment such as keeping
in the manuals for this machine. CAUTION objects near the motion sensor or
Appendix

Be careful not to spill liquid or drop Indicates a caution concerning operations placing the machine in a busy location.
any foreign objects, such as paper that may lead to injury to persons if not If you feel that something is wrong
clips or staples inside the machine. If a performed correctly. To use the machine with the motion sensor, change
foreign object comes into contact with safely, always pay attention to these the sensitivity setting with [Sensor
electrical parts inside the machine, it cautions. Sensitivity] under [Use Motion Sensor]
might cause a short circuit and result in [Settings/Registration].
in a fire or electrical shock. IMPORTANT
If there is smoke, or unusual noise, Indicates operational requirements and
immediately turn the main power restrictions. Be sure to read these items Power Supply
switch OFF, disconnect the power cord carefully to operate the machine correctly,
from the power outlet, and then call and avoid damage to the machine or WARNING
property.
your local authorized Canon dealer. Do not damage or modify the power
Using the machine in this state may cord. Also, do not place heavy objects
cause a fire or electrical shock. Also, on the power cord, or pull on or
avoid placing objects around the Installation excessively bend it, as this could cause
power plug so that the machine can electrical damage and result in a fire or
be disconnected whenever necessary. WARNING electrical shock.
Do not turn the main power switch Never block the ventilation slots Keep the power cord away from a heat
OFF or open the covers while the and louvers on the machine. These source; failure to do this may cause the
machine is in operation. This may result openings are provided for proper power cord coating to melt, resulting
in paper jams. ventilation of working parts inside the in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not use flammable sprays, such as machine. Blocking these openings can Do not connect or disconnect the
spray glue, near the machine. There is cause the machine to overheat. Never power cord with wet hands, as this may
a danger of ignition. place the machine on a soft surface, result in electrical shock.
For safety reasons, press (Energy such as a sofa or rug. Do not connect the power cord to
Saver) when it will not be used for a Do not install the machine in the a multiplug power strip, as this may
long period of time, such as overnight. following locations: cause a fire or electrical shock.
As an added safety measure, turn A damp or dusty location Do not bundle up or tie the power cord
OFF the main power switch, and A location near water faucets or water in a knot, as this may result in a fire or
disconnect the power cord when A location exposed to direct sunlight electrical shock.
the machine will not be used for an A location subject to high Insert the power plug completely into
extended period of time, such as temperatures the power outlet, as failure to do so
during consecutive holidays. A location near open flames may result in a fire or electrical shock.
Use a modular cable that is shorter Do not install the machine near alcohol, Do not use power cords other than the
than 3 metres. paint thinner, or other flammable power cord provided, as this may result
Use a USB cable that is shorter than 3 substances. If flammable substances in a fire or electrical shock.
metres. come into contact with electrical parts The provided power cord is intended
inside the machine, it may result in a for use with this machine. Do not
If the operating noise concerns you fire or electrical shock. connect the power cord to other
Depending on the use environment Do not place the following items on devices.
and operating mode, if the operating the machine. If these items come into As a general rule, do not use extension
noise is of concern, it is recommended contact with a high-voltage area inside cords. Using an extension cord may
that the machine be Installed in a the machine, it may result in a fire or result in a fire or electrical shock.
place other than the office. electrical shock. Do not use power supplies with
If these items are dropped or spilled voltages other than those specified
inside the machine, immediately herein, as this may result in a fire or
Important Safety turn OFF the main power switch, and
disconnect the power cord from the
electrical shock.
Always grasp the power plug when
Instructions power outlet. Then, contact your local disconnecting the power cord. Pulling
on the power cord may expose or snap
authorized Canon dealer.
Necklaces and other metal objects the core wire, or otherwise damage
Please read these "Important Safety the power cord. If the power cord is
Instructions" thoroughly before operating Cups, vases, flowerpots, and other
containers filled with water or liquids damaged, this could cause current
the machine. As these instructions are to leak, resulting in a fire or electrical
intended to prevent injury to the user or shock.
other persons or destruction of property, CAUTION
always pay attention to these instructions. Do not install the machine in unstable IMPORTANT
Also, since it may result in unexpected locations, such as unsteady platforms
accidents or injuries, do not perform any or inclined floors, or in locations subject Install this machine near the power outlet
operation unless otherwise specified in to excessive vibrations, as this may and leave sufficient space around the
the manual. Improper operation or use cause the machine to fall or tip over, power plug so that it can be unplugged
of this machine could result in personal resulting in personal injury. easily in an emergency.
injury and/or damage requiring extensive

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Handling Do not press down hard on the feeder Maintenance and Inspections
when using the platen glass to make
WARNING copies of thick books. Doing so may WARNING
Do not attempt to disassemble damage the platen glass and result in When cleaning the machine, first turn
or modify the machine. There are personal injury. OFF the main power switch, then
high-temperature and highvoltage Do not touch the finisher while the disconnect the power cord. Failure to
components inside the machine which machine is printing, as this may result observe these steps may result in a fire
may result in a fire or electrical shock. in personal injury. or electrical shock.
If the machine makes strange noises, or Paper that has just been output from Unplug the power plug periodically
gives off smoke, heat, or strange smells, the machine may be hot. Be careful and clean with a dry cloth to remove
immediately turn OFF the main power when removing or aligning paper from dust and grime. Accumulated dust may
the output tray. Touching paper right

Appendix
switch, and disconnect the power absorb humidity in the air and may
cord from the power outlet. Then, after it is output may result in low- result in a fire if it comes into contact
contact your local authorized Canon temperature burns. with electricity.
dealer. Continued use of the machine Do not place your hands, hair, clothing,
in this condition may result in a fire or etc., near the exit and feed rollers. Even Clean the machine using a slightly
electrical shock. if the machine is not in operation, dampened cloth with a mild detergent
Do not use highly flammable sprays your hands, hair, or clothing may get mixed with water. Do not use
near the machine. If gas from these caught in the rollers, which may result alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or
sprays comes into contact with the in personal injury or damage if the other flammable substances. Check
electrical components inside the machine suddenly starts printing. detergent for flammability prior to use.
machine, it may result in a fire or Do not place your hands in the part of If flammable substances come into
electrical shock. the tray where stapling is performed contact with a high-voltage area inside
To avoid damage to the power cord (near the rollers) when a finisher is the machine, it may result in a fire or
and creating a fire hazard, always attached, as this may result in personal electrical shock.
turn OFF the main power switch, injury. There are some areas inside the
and unplug the interface cable when machine which are subject to high-
moving the machine. Otherwise, the voltages. When removing jammed
power cord or interface cable may be paper or when inspecting the inside of
damaged, resulting in a fire or electrical the machine, do not allow necklaces,
shock. bracelets, or other metal objects to
Make sure that the power plug is firmly touch the inside of the machine, as this
inserted into the power outlet if the may result in burns or electrical shock.
machine was moved. Do not use the Do not burn or throw used toner
machine while the connection is loose, cartridges into open flames, as this may
as doing so may cause a fire. cause the toner remaining inside the
Do not drop paper clips, staples, or cartridges to ignite, resulting in burns
other metal objects inside the machine. or a fire.
Also, do not spill water, liquids, or Make sure that the power plug is firmly
flammable substances (alcohol, Do not insert your hand into the inserted into the power outlet after
benzene, paint thinner, etc.) inside machine while the paper drawer is cleaning the machine. Do not use the
the machine. If these items come into removed, as this may result in personal machine while the connection is loose,
contact with a high-voltage area inside injury. as doing so may cause a fire.
the machine, it may result in a fire The laser beam can be harmful to Check the power cord and power plug
or electrical shock. If these items are human bodies. Since radiation emitted regularly. If the following conditions
dropped or spilled inside the machine, inside the product is completely occur, contact your local authorized
immediately turn OFF the main power confined within protective housings Canon dealer, as the condition may
switch, and disconnect the power cord and external covers, the laser beam cause a fire:
from the power outlet. Then, contact cannot escape from the machine There are burn marks on the power
your local authorized Canon dealer. during any phase of user operation. plug.
Read the following remarks and The blade on the power plug is
CAUTION instructions for safety. deformed or broken.
Never open covers other than those The power goes OFF and ON when the
Do not place heavy objects on the instructed in the manuals for this power cord is bent.
machine, as they may tip over or fall machine. There are cuts, cracks, or indentations
resulting in personal injury. If the laser beam escapes from the on the power cord.
Close the feeder gently to avoid machine, exposure may cause serious
catching your hands, as this may result
A part of the power cord becomes hot.
damage to your eyes. Check the power cord and power plug
in personal injury. Controlling, adjusting, or operating the regularly to make sure that they are
machine in ways not mentioned in the not handled in the following manner,
manuals for this machine may cause as this may result in a fire or electrical
dangerous radiation to escape from shock:
the machine. The connection part of the power plug
is loose.
IMPORTANT Stress is being applied to the power
cord by a heavy object or by affixing it
Press (Energy Saver) for safety when with staples.
the machine will not be used for a long The power plug is loose.
period of time, such as overnight. Also, The power cord is tied in a bundle.
turn OFF the main power switch, and The power cord protrudes into a
disconnect the power cord for safety walkway.
Close the feeder gently to avoid when the machine will not be used for an The power cord is in front of a heater.
catching your hands in the back of the extended period of time, such as during
feeder, as this may result in personal consecutive holidays.
injury.
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Appendix

CAUTION CAUTION Additional Information
The fixing unit and its surroundings Keep toner and other consumables out When servicing or adjusting the optical
inside the machine may become hot of the reach of small children. If these system of the product, be careful not to
during use. When removing jammed items are ingested, consult a physician place screwdrivers or other shiny objects
paper or when inspecting the inside of immediately. in the path of the laser beam. Also,
the machine, do not touch the fixing Do not dismantle the toner cartridge, accessories such as watches and rings
unit and its surroundings, as doing so as doing so may cause toner to fly out should be removed before working on
may result in burns or electrical shock. and enter your eyes or mouth. the product.
When removing jammed paper or If toner gets into your eyes or mouth, The reflected beam, even though visible
when inspecting the inside of the wash them immediately with cold or invisible, can permanently damage
machine, do not expose yourself to water and immediately consult a your eyes.
Appendix

the heat emitted from the fixing unit physician. The label shown below is attached to the
and its surroundings for a prolonged If toner escapes from the toner inside of the covers.
period of time. Doing so may result in cartridge, make sure not to ingest the
low temperature burns, even though toner or allow it to directly touch your
you did not touch the fixing unit and skin. If toner touches your skin, wash
its surroundings directly. it away with soap and water. If your
There are high-temperature and skin still feels irritated after washing it,
high-voltage components inside the or you ingest toner, consult a doctor
machine. Touching them may result in immediately.
personal injury or burns. Do not touch
the internal parts of the machine which
are not instructed to in the manuals for Other Warnings
the machine.
WARNING
If you are using a cardiac pacemaker
This machine generates a low level
magnetic flux and ultrasonic waves. If
you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel
abnormalities, please move away from
this machine and consult your physician
immediately.

Legal Notices

Product Name
Safety regulations require the product's
name to be registered. In some regions
where this product is sold, the following
name(s) in parenthesis may be registered
Consumables instead.
imageRUNNER ADVANCE
WARNING 6575i/6565i/6555i (F155300)
Do not burn or throw used toner
cartridges into open flames, as this may
EMC requirements of EC
cause the toner remaining inside the
cartridges to ignite, resulting in burns Directive
or a fire. This equipment conforms with the
Do not store toner cartridges or copy essential EMC requirements of EC
paper in places exposed to open Directive. We declare that this product This Product has been classified under
flames, as this may cause the toner or conforms with the EMC requirements of IEC60825-1:2014 and EN60825-1:2014,
paper to ignite, resulting in burns or a EC Directive at nominal mains input 230 which conform to the following classes;
fire. V, 50 Hz although the rated input of the CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
If you accidentally spill or scatter toner, product is 220 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz. Use of LASER KLASSE 1
carefully wipe up the loose toner with shielded cable is necessary to comply APPAREIL LASER DE CLASSE 1
a damp, soft cloth and avoid inhaling with the technical EMC requirements of APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 1
any toner dust. Do not use a vacuum EC Directive. PRODUCTO LSER DE CLASE 1
cleaner that is not equipped with safety APARELHO A LASER DE CLASSE 1
measures to prevent dust explosions LUOKAN 1 LASER-TUOTE
Laser Safety
to clean up loose toner. Doing so may LASERPRODUKT KLASS 1
cause damage to the vacuum cleaner This Product is certified as a Class 1 laser
or result in a dust explosion due to product under IEC60825-1:2014 and CAUTION
static discharge. EN60825-1:2014. This means that the
For cardiac pacemaker users: product does not produce hazardous Use of controls, adjustments, or
This drum unit emits low level laser radiation. performance of procedures other than
magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac Since radiation emitted inside the product those specified in the manuals for
pacemaker and feel abnormalities, is completely confined within protective this machine may result in hazardous
please move away from the drum unit, housings and external covers, the laser radiation exposure.
and consult a physician. beam cannot escape from the machine
during any phase of user operation.
Do not remove protective housings or
external covers, except as directed by the
equipment's manual.
38

IPv6 Ready Logo standard for multifunction peripherals uncertain about the legality of using
The protocol stack and printers, and is able to achieve the your product to scan, print or otherwise
included in this machine security requirements defined in IEEE reproduce any particular document,
has obtained the IPv6 2600.* and/or of the use of the images scanned,
Ready Logo Phase-2 For information on how this machine printed or otherwise reproduced, you
established by the IPv6 meets the security requirements should consult in advance with your
Forum. defined in IEEE 2600, see User's Guide > legal advisor for guidance.
Managing the Machine > IEEE 2600 Paper Money
* IEEE 2600.2 CC Authentication has not Travelers Checks
been obtained for this machine by Money Orders
Wireless LAN Regulatory itself. Food Stamps
Information Certificates of Deposit

Appendix
6575i/6565i/6555i includes approved Passports
Wireless LAN Module (Model name: Copyright Postage Stamps (cancelled or
FM1M944). Copyright 2016 by Canon Inc. All rights uncancelled)
reserved. Immigration Papers
No part of this publication may be Identifying Badges or Insignias
Regulatory information for users reproduced or transmitted in any Internal Revenue Stamps (cancelled or
in Argentina form or by any means, electronic or uncancelled)
mechanical, including photocopying Selective Service or Draft Papers
Incluye mdulo Wireless LAN Module and recording, or by any information Bonds or Other Certificates of
Marca Canon Inc., Modelo FM1M944, CNC storage or retrieval system without the Indebtedness
C-14229 prior written permission of Canon Inc. Checks or Drafts Issued by
Regulatory information for users This product includes software and/ Governmental Agencies
in Singapore or software modules that are licensed Stock Certificates
by Canon Inc. or its licensors from third Motor Vehicle Licenses and Certificates
parties. Use and distribution of this of Title
Complies with software and/or software modules are Copyrighted Works/Works of Art
IMDA Standards subject to conditions (a) and (b) below.
DB00671 without Permission of Copyright
Owner
(a)
Regulatory information for users UFST: Copyright 1989 - 1996, 1997,
in Thailand 2003, 2004, 2008, all rights reserved, by Super G3
Monotype Imaging Inc. Super G3 is a phrase
This telecommunication equipment used to describe the
conforms to NTC technical requirement. (b)
Portions of this software are new generation of
Regulatory information for users copyright 2007 fax machines that use
in Uruguay The FreeType Project ITU-T V.34 standard 33.6
(www.freetype.org). Kbps* modems. Super G3 High Speed
6575i/6565i/6555i contains URSEC All rights reserved. Fax machines allow transmission times
approved Wireless LAN Module (Model of approximately 3 seconds* per page
name: FM1M944). which results in reduced telephone line
Regulatory information for users Disclaimers charges.
The information in this document is * Approximately 3 seconds per page
in Vietnam fax transmission time based on CCITT/
subject to change without notice.
CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY ITU-T No.1 Chart, (JBIG, Standard
OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO Mode) at 33.6 Kbps modem speed. The
THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR Public Switched Telephone Network
IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, modem speeds or slower, depending
THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO on telephone line conditions.
MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OR USE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. NOTE
India E-Waste Rule CANON INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE The fax function is available only if
FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR the FAX Board is installed.
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY
NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES
RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS About This Manual
MATERIAL.
Screens
Screens of the touch panel display used
Legal Limitations on the Usage in this manual are those taken when the
You can see the information about of Your Product and the Use of
proper handling equipment after use in imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i has the
the latest User's Guide (HTML manual) Images following optional equipment attached
from the Canon website (canon.com/ Using your product to scan, print or to it:
oip-manual). otherwise reproduce certain documents, Booklet Finisher-V2
and the use of such images as scanned, 2/4 Hole Puncher Unit-A1
printed or otherwise reproduced by Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
Information Security Standard your product, may be prohibited by law POD Deck Lite-C1
(IEEE 2600) and may result in criminal and/or civil Super G3 FAX Board
This machine is compliant with IEEE Std liability. A non-exhaustive list of these
2600 - 2008 (hereinafter referred to as documents is set forth below. This list is Note that functions that cannot be used
IEEE 2600), a global information security intended to be a guide only. If you are depending on the model or options do
not appear on the touch panel display.
39
Appendix

Illustrations
Illustrations used in this manual are
Third Party Software ACCEPTANCE
THE TERMS OF THIS THIRD PARTY
those displayed when the imageRUNNER This Canon product (the "PRODUCT") SOFTWARE STATED HERE OR IN RELATED
ADVANCE 6575i has the following includes third-party software modules. WARRANTY PROVISIONS SHALL BE
optional equipment attached to it: Use and distribution of these software DEEMED ACCEPTED UPON YOUR USE
Copy Tray-R1 modules, including any updates of OF THE PRODUCT FOR ONE OR MORE
such software modules (collectively, OF ITS NORMAL PURPOSES, IF THERE
the "SOFTWARE") are subject to license HAS BEEN NO OTHER PRIOR EXPRESS
conditions below. ACCEPTANCE.
(1) You agree that you will comply THE TERMS OF THIS THIRD PARTY
with any applicable export control SOFTWARE GOVERN THE THIRD PARTY
Appendix

laws, restrictions or regulations of SOFTWARE AS DELIVERED WITH THE


the countries involved in the event PRODUCT AND ALL UPDATED VERSIONS
that the PRODUCT including the OF THE THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE is shipped, transferred or PROVIDED UNDER MAINTENANCE
exported into any country. AGREEMENTS OR OTHER SERVICE
(2) Rights holders of the SOFTWARE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE PRODUCT
retain in all respects the title, WITH CANON USA OR CANON CANADA
ownership and intellectual property OR THEIR RESPECTIVE AUTHORIZED
rights in and to the SOFTWARE. SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS.
Except as expressly provided herein,
Trademarks no license or right, expressed or
Apple, AppleTalk, Mac, Macintosh, Mac implied, is hereby conveyed or
OS, and Safari are trademarks of Apple granted by rights holders of the
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other SOFTWARE to you for any intellectual
countries. property of rights holders of the
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, SOFTWARE.
Windows Server, Internet Explorer, Excel, (3) You may use the SOFTWARE solely
and PowerPoint are either registered for use with the PRODUCT.
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft (4) You may not assign, sublicense,
Corporation in the United States and/or market, distribute, or transfer the
other countries. SOFTWARE to any third party without
Other product and company names prior written consent of rights
herein may be the trademarks of their holders of the SOFTWARE.
respective owners. (5) Notwithstanding the foregoing, you
may transfer the SOFTWARE only
when (a) you assign to a transferee
all of your rights to the PRODUCT
and all rights and obligations under
the conditions governing the
SOFTWARE and PRODUCT and (b)
such transferee agrees in writing to
be bound by all these conditions.
(6) You may not decrypt, decompile,
reverse engineer, disassemble or
otherwise reduce the code of the
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(7) You may not modify, adapt, translate,
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