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Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 1.2 We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer ................................. 1-1 Preserving the Environment . . ................................................... 1-2 Takeback and Reutilisation.............................................................1-2 What is Energy Star? ...................................................................1-2 Use of Recycled Paper ...................................................................1-2 Guide to this Manual.................................................................... 1-3 How Is this Manual Structured? .....................................................1-3 A Brief Explanation of the Conventions used in this Manual ..........1-5 A Brief Explanation of Important Concepts and Symbols ..............1-7

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Getting to Know Your Copier


2.1 System Overview ......................................................................... 2-1 Copier Di470 (External) ...................................................................2-1 Copier Di470 (Internal) ....................................................................2-3 Optional Equipment ..................................................................... 2-4 Original Cover .................................................................................2-4 Electronic Document Handler EDH-3 .............................................2-5 Finisher FN-105 and Finisher FN-106.............................................2-6 Finisher FN-503 ..............................................................................2-7 Finisher FN-5 ..................................................................................2-8 Large Desk-Type Cabinet PF-115 ..................................................2-9 Duplex Cabinet PF-7D ..................................................................2-10 Desk-type Cabinet PF-208 ...........................................................2-11 Large Capacity Cassette C-306 ...................................................2-12 Large Capacity Cassette C-306L .................................................2-13 Hard Disk HDD-1 ..........................................................................2-13 Memory Expansion Module M32-2...............................................2-13 Printer Controller Pi5500/Pi4700e ................................................2-13 The Safe Use of Your Copier .................................................... 2-14 Laser Safety ..................................................................................2-17 Internal Laser Radiation ................................................................2-18 Noise Emission .............................................................................2-19 Safety Label ..................................................................................2-19 Data on the Manufacturer's Name Plate.......................................2-22 Transporting the Copier ............................................................ 2-23

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Setting up the Copier ................................................................. 2-23 Environmental Requirements ....................................................... 2-23 Installation Site ............................................................................. 2-23 Space Requirements for the Copier............................................. 2-24 Storing Supplies ........................................................................... 2-24 Connecting the Copier ............................................................... 2-25 Switching the Copier On and Off .............................................. 2-25 Switching the Copier On .............................................................. 2-25 Switching the Copier Off .............................................................. 2-26 Control Panel Keys and Indicators ........................................... 2-27 Control Panel Left Side ............................................................... 2-27 Control Panel Right Side .............................................................. 2-29 Touch Screen ............................................................................... 2-31 The Touch Screen ...................................................................... 2-32 Operating the Touch Screen ........................................................ 2-32 Structure of Touch Screen Menus ............................................... 2-33 Adding Paper .............................................................................. 2-35 1st and 2nd Paper Drawer (Basic Drawers) ................................. 2-35 3rd Paper Drawer PF-115 (Optional Equipment)....................... 2-37 3rd and 4th Paper Drawer PF-208 (Optional Equipment).......... 2-39 Large Capacity Cassette C-306 and C-306L (Optional Equipment) 2-40 Single Feed Tray........................................................................... 2-42 Replacing the Toner Bottle........................................................ 2-44 Replacing the Staple Cartridge ................................................. 2-47 Finisher FN-5 ................................................................................ 2-47 Finisher FN-105 ............................................................................ 2-50 Finisher FN-106 ............................................................................ 2-53 Mailbin Finisher FN-503 ............................................................... 2-55 Shutting Down the Copier ......................................................... 2-58 Please Observe these Precautions........................................... 2-58 Proper Use of Your Copier ........................................................ 2-58

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Initial Steps . . .
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Step-by-Step Instructions on Copying Your Documents ......... 3-1 Entering the Administrator Number............................................ 3-4 Checking Copier Settings............................................................ 3-5 Entering the Number of Copies................................................... 3-5 Starting the Copy Cycle ............................................................... 3-6

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Interrupting the Copy Cycle ........................................................ 3-6 Stopping the Copy Cycle............................................................. 3-7 Resetting Copier Settings ........................................................... 3-7 Using the Automatic Document Feeder .................................... 3-8 Feeding Originals of the Same Size................................................3-9 Feeding Originals of Different Sizes..............................................3-10 Using the Single Feed Tray...........................................................3-12 Placing Originals on the Glass.................................................. 3-13 Paper Originals and Transparent Originals ...................................3-13 Books and Bound Originals ..........................................................3-14 Scanning Stacks of Originals.................................................... 3-15 Using Memory Recall................................................................. 3-17 Setting Up Reserve Copy Jobs................................................. 3-18 Using the Job List ..................................................................... 3-19 Viewing the Job List......................................................................3-19 Viewing the Copier Settings for a Reserve Copy Job...................3-20 Changing the Number of Copies for a Reserve Copy Job ...........3-21 Deleting a Reserve Copy Job from the Job List ...........................3-22 Deleting the Current Copy Job .....................................................3-23 Submitting a Print Job ..................................................................3-24 Other Functions.......................................................................... 3-26 Automatic Drawer Switching ........................................................3-26 Automatic Reset of Copier Settings .............................................3-26 Energy Save Mode........................................................................3-26 Auto Shut Off ................................................................................3-26 Sleep Mode...................................................................................3-26 Auto Copy Start ............................................................................3-26

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Customizing Your Copy


4.1 Basic Settings .............................................................................. 4-1 Enabling Auto Paper Select Mode..................................................4-2 Selecting the Paper Drawer Manually.............................................4-3 Setting the Paper Type for the Single Feed Tray............................4-4 Setting the Paper Size for the Single Feed Tray .............................4-6 Enabling Auto Size ..........................................................................4-8 Selecting a Fixed Zoom Factor.......................................................4-9 Selecting a Zoom Factor using the Arrow Keys ...........................4-10 Specifying a Zoom Factor using the Numeric Keypad .................4-11 Saving Zoom Factors....................................................................4-13 Loading Saved Zoom Factors ......................................................4-15 Specifying an Unproportional Zoom Factor .................................4-17 Saving Unproportional Zoom Factors...........................................4-19

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Loading Stored Unproportional Zoom Factors ............................ 4-22 Non-Sorted Copies ...................................................................... 4-24 Sort/Group Copies ....................................................................... 4-25 Stapling Copies Overview ......................................................... 4-27 Stapling Copies Corner Staple .................................................. 4-32 Stapling Copies 2-Point Staple (Side)/Centre Staple ................ 4-33 Stapling Copies Manual Stapling .............................................. 4-35 Punching Copies .......................................................................... 4-38 Folding Copies Overview........................................................... 4-40 Folding Copies Crease .............................................................. 4-40 Folding Copies Half-Fold........................................................... 4-43 Folding Copies Z-Fold ............................................................... 4-45 4.2 Original>Copy Functions ........................................................... 4-48 Selecting a Copy Mode ................................................................ 4-51 Copying Originals with File Margins............................................. 4-53 Copying Books ............................................................................. 4-55 Density Settings.......................................................................... 4-60 Toggling Auto Exposure ............................................................... 4-61 Making Copies Lighter or Darker ................................................. 4-62 Changing the Density Mode......................................................... 4-63 Auxiliary Functions ..................................................................... 4-64 Inserting a Cover Sheet ................................................................ 4-65 Inserting Separator Pages............................................................ 4-68 OHP Interleaving .......................................................................... 4-71 Adding a Margin to Your Copy..................................................... 4-74 Erasing a Margin or Frame around Your Copy............................. 4-76 Duplicating Images onto a Copy .................................................. 4-78 Creating Page Numbers ............................................................... 4-82 Creating Image Stamping............................................................. 4-90

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Combining Functions
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Original: 1-sided, Copy: 1-sided.................................................. 5-3 Original: 1-sided, Copy: 2-sided.................................................. 5-6 Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 1-sided ..................... 5-9 Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 2-sided ................... 5-12 Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 1-sided .............. 5-15 Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 2-sided .............. 5-18

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6.1 Using the Copy Job Program Memory ...................................... 6-1 Saving a Copy Job Program...........................................................6-1 Checking the Settings of a Copy Job Program ..............................6-4 Recalling a Stored Copy Job Program ...........................................6-6 Deleting a Stored Copy Job Program.............................................6-7 Using the Image Memory ............................................................ 6-9 Storing an Image.............................................................................6-9 Checking a Stored Image .............................................................6-13 Deleting a Stored Image ...............................................................6-15 Checking Copier Meter Counts ................................................ 6-17 Starting the Toner Replenisher Function................................. 6-19 Configuring the User's Choice Settings .................................. 6-20 Configuring User's Choice Settings..............................................6-22 User's Choice [1/6] .......................................................................6-24 User's Choice [2/6] .......................................................................6-26 User's Choice [3/6] .......................................................................6-28 User's Choice [4/6] .......................................................................6-29 User's Choice [5/6] .......................................................................6-30 User's Choice [6/6] .......................................................................6-33 Using the Administrator Mode.................................................. 6-35 Making Settings in Administrator Mode .......................................6-35 Turning on the Copy Counter .......................................................6-37 Setting Access Numbers ..............................................................6-39 Setting Copy Limits for Access Numbers.....................................6-41 Printing Copy Track Data..............................................................6-43 Resetting Individual Access Numbers ..........................................6-44 Resetting All Counters ..................................................................6-46 Limiting the Number of Copies per Copy Cycle...................... 6-48 Locking the Auto Shut Off Mode .............................................. 6-49 Job Delete................................................................................... 6-50

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Troubleshooting
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 If You are not Satisfied with Your Copy . . ................................ 7-1 If a Message Appears on the Touch Screen. . . ........................ 7-3 If Your Copier Is Not Working Correctly . . . .............................. 7-4 If a Malfunction Code Appears . . . ............................................. 7-5 Message Indicating a Fault .............................................................7-5 Message Indicating a Malfunction ..................................................7-5

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How to Clear a Paper Misfeed .................................................... 7-6 Main Unit ....................................................................................... 7-7 Single Feed Tray........................................................................... 7-11 Electronic Document Handler EDH-3........................................... 7-12 Duplex Unit PF-7D/PF-208 .......................................................... 7-15 Finisher FN-5 Overview ............................................................. 7-17 Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 1.................................................. 7-18 Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 2.................................................. 7-23 Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 3.................................................. 7-26 Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 4.................................................. 7-27 Finisher FN-105 ............................................................................ 7-35 Finisher FN-106 ............................................................................ 7-38 Mailbin Finisher FN-503 ............................................................... 7-41 Desk Type Cabinet PF-208 .......................................................... 7-44 Desk Type Cabinet PF-115 .......................................................... 7-46 Large Capacity Cassette C-306/C-306L...................................... 7-48 How to Release a Staple Jam ................................................... 7-50 Finisher FN-5 ................................................................................ 7-51 Finisher FN-105 ............................................................................ 7-53 Finisher FN-106 ............................................................................ 7-55 Mailbin Finisher FN-503 ............................................................... 7-57 These Functions Cannot Be Combined!................................... 7-60 Basic Settings .............................................................................. 7-62 Orig.>Copy Settings ..................................................................... 7-66 Auxiliary Functions ....................................................................... 7-69 Other............................................................................................. 7-71

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Appendix
8.1 Care of the Unit............................................................................. 8-1 Cleaning ......................................................................................... 8-1 Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder .................................... 8-3 Cleaning the Corona Units ............................................................. 8-4 Copier Maintenance ..................................................................... 8-4 Specifications ............................................................................... 8-5 Copier Di470................................................................................... 8-5 Paper Feed Unit PF-208................................................................. 8-6 Paper Feed Unit PF-115................................................................. 8-7 Duplex Unit PF-7D ......................................................................... 8-7 Electronic Document Handler EDH-3............................................. 8-8 Finisher FN-5 .................................................................................. 8-9 Finisher FN-105 ............................................................................ 8-10 Finisher FN-106 ............................................................................ 8-11

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Mailbin Finisher FN-503 ................................................................8-12 Paper Feed Unit C-306 .................................................................8-13 Paper Feed Unit C-306L ...............................................................8-13 8.4 Paper Size Tables ...................................................................... 8-14 Metric ............................................................................................8-14 Inch ...............................................................................................8-14 Zoom Factor Tables................................................................... 8-15 Metric ............................................................................................8-15 Inch ...............................................................................................8-15 CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity).................................. 8-17 Certifications on the Manufacturer's Name Plate .................. 8-18 Directory of Abbreviations ........................................................ 8-19 Index............................................................................................ 8-20

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Introduction

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We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer
Thank you for choosing a Minolta Copier System. To ensure the best performance and effective use of your copier, this manual will provide information on the following topics:
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Getting to Know Your Copier Initial Steps . . . Customizing Your Copy Combining Functions Utilities Troubleshooting

Please read this manual carefully before using your copier and keep it handy at all times. Store the manual in the holder on the rear side of the copier. For further information and assistance, please contact:
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your Minolta Technical Representative; our Web site, http://www.minolta.com

Please keep the serial number (located on the copier's rating plate) and the copier's date of purchase handy to ensure fast, accurate assistance in the event of difficulties. . . . because we want you to be a satisfied customer.

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1.2 Preserving the Environment . . .

Introduction

Minolta supports the challenge of preserving the environment and does all that it can to actively participate in preventing and resolving ecological problems. Our production is certified under ISO 9000 (quality management) and ISO14001 (environment management). Takeback and Reutilisation Used devices, empty toner and drum units and used toner and drum units are taken back by a local MINOLTA partner and processed for recycling and reutilisation of materials. What is Energy Star?

After long periods of idleness, Energy Star copiers switch to Energy Saver Mode or turn themselves off. This function can reduce the annual energy costs for the unit by up to 60%. Copiers with a high copying speed automatically switch to 2-sided copying mode. This reduces the costs for copy media and the volume of paper consumed. Did you know that manufacturing a sheet of paper requires 10 times as much energy as making a copy? The conservation of paper thus also has a direct global effect on the conservation of energy. This copier complies with the Energy Star energy efficiency criteria. Use of Recycled Paper This unit is suited for processing recycled paper that meets the requirements of ENV 12281 or DIN 19309. For details, consult your local MINOLTA partner.

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Guide to this Manual


How Is this Manual Structured? If you are not sure where to locate the information you need, please refer to this section. The following table will help you. For detailed information on specific issues, refer to the index at the end of the manual.
No. 1 Chapter Introduction Description This chapter contains introductory information pertaining to the effective use of this manual. This chapter is provided to familiarize you with your copier and its features. It describes such subjects as: System overview Safe and reliable use of the copier Setting up the copier Switching the copier on and off Filling the paper drawers Changing the toner cartridge This chapter provides you with the knowledge needed for using your copier, such as: Step-by-step Instructions on Copying Your Documents Starting the copy cycle Stopping the copy cycle Loading originals Creating reserve copy jobs This chapter explains the effective use of the copier's functions, for example: Basic settings Original>Copy settings Image density settings Auxiliary functions This chapter includes tables that help you achieve the copy results you aim for. This chapter shows you how to configure the copier to meet your requirements. It provides information on: Using the copy job program memory Checking the meter count Changing the User's Choice settings Using administrator mode

Getting to Know Your Copier

Initial Steps . . .

Customizing Your Copy

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No. 7 Chapter Troubleshooting Description

Introduction

This chapter contains instructions to help you recognize errors and resolve them: If you are not satisfied with your copy If a malfunction code is displayed How to clear a paper misfeed How to clear a staple jam The appendix contains a collection of useful supplementary information such as: Care of the unit Specifications Paper size tables Zoom factor tables Index

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Introduction A Brief Explanation of the Conventions used in this Manual A variety of conventions and types of illustrations are used for special emphasis in this manual. The following examples show the most important conventions and how to respond to them.

DANGER This is a danger warning! The danger warning points out a danger of potentially serious injury or death. Neglecting the danger warning can lead to serious personal injury.

The arrow marks the precautionary measure required to avoid the danger.

WARNING This is a warning! The warning points out a hazardous situation for persons and/or products. Neglecting the warning can lead to personal injury and/or serious damage to the unit.

The arrow marks the precautionary measure required to avoid the danger.

CAUTION This is a caution! The caution points out a potential and dangerous situation. Neglecting the caution can lead to personal injury and/or machine damage.

The arrow marks the precautionary measure required to avoid the danger.

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[START] key on touch screen ERROR

Introduction

Touch screen message with the text ERROR Single action to be performed (followed by no other steps)

A list begins:
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These bullets indicate a list. Lists with bullets do not have any specific order. Where a list with white bullets follows a list with black bullets, the white bullets are ranked below the black bullets. This is the end of the list

1 Step 1 of a sequence of actions 2 Step 2 of a sequence of actions


This illustrates what needs to be done.

? This is additional assistance.

The action described here is sure to achieve the results you want.

3 Step 3 of a sequence of actions


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This bullet indicates a list within a sequence of actions.


This is a helpful hint Texts highlighted in this manner contain useful little tips and tricks for improving and simplifying the copy process.

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Introduction A Brief Explanation of Important Concepts and Symbols

Terms such as original, copy, lengthwise and crosswise, which are used to describe various items, have their own, clearly defined meanings. The most important of these terms are defined below. Original and copy The original is the document being duplicated by the copy cycle.

Original
(document to be copied) Copy cycle enlarge, shrink, Sort

Copy
(copy of the original document)

Feeding direction The feeding direction is the path the paper takes through the copier. The feeding direction is shown by the arrows in the following illustration.

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Width and length

Introduction

When paper sizes are given, the first value is always the width of the paper (side A). The second value is the length of the paper (side B).

21 x 29.7 cm
Width of the paper (side A) Length of the paper (side B)

Lengthwise and crosswise If side A of the paper format is shorter than side B, this is referred to as lengthwise. If side A of the paper format is longer than side B, this is referred to as crosswise.

21 x 29.7 cm
Lengthwise

29.7 x 21 cm
Crosswise

Abbreviations are frequently placed after the paper sizes to indicate lengthwise or crosswise more accurately:
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Lengthwise: Crosswise:

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such as A4 L such as A4 C

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Getting to Know Your Copier

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Getting to Know Your Copier


System Overview
Copier Di470 (External)
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Name Copy Tray Copy Tray Extender Upper Left Cover (L1) Front Door

Description Receives the created copies (maximum of 100 sheets of plain paper). Pull out the extender when making copies on large-size paper. Open this cover to clear a paper misfeed. Open the front door: to replenish toner or to clear a paper misfeed. The control panel has keys and indicators for operating the copier. Allows the angle of the control panel to be adjusted.

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Control Panel Control Panel Adjusting Dial

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Name Power Switch Single Feed Tray (also referred to as the multi bypass tray)

Description Switch the copier on and off with the power switch. The single feed tray holds up to 50 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2). Special paper (OHP transparencies, thick paper) can also be used with the single feed tray. Pull the extender out when processing largesize copy paper using the single feed tray. Open this cover to clear a paper misfeed. The counter shows the number of copies made by the copier. This paper drawer holds up to 500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2). This paper drawer holds up to 500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2).

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Extending the Single Feed Tray Lower-Right Door (R1) Total Counter 1st Paper Drawer (Universal drawer)* 2nd Paper Drawer (Universal drawer)*

* Universal paper drawers are variable in size and the operator can set them to hold different sizes of paper.

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Name Original Glass Original Width Scale Original Length Scale Corona Cleaning Unit Paper Dehumidifier Switch Transport Section Lock Release Lever (M3) Paper Return Feed Knob (M1) Toner Bottle Holder Toner Bottle

Description Place the original face down on the original glass. Align the originals to the original width and original length scales. When necessary, clean the corona using the corona cleaning unit. (for technical service only) Use the transport section lock release lever to release a paper jam. Use the paper return feed knob to release a paper jam. Swing the toner bottle holder out to the right to replace the toner bottle. Replace the toner bottle when the toner runs low.

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Original Cover

Getting to Know Your Copier

The original cover holds an original placed on the original glass.

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Name Original Cover Original Pad

Description The original cover holds an original placed on the original glass.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Electronic Document Handler EDH-3 The automatic document feeder can feed up to 100 originals in succession automatically. If two-sided originals are being copied, the Electronic Document Handler can also turn them over. The single feed tray can be used for automatically feeding very thin or heavy originals.
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Name Document Feeder Document Guide Plate Single Feed Tray

Description Place the originals on the document feeder with the side to be copied face up. Set the document guides to the original size. The single feed tray allows you to process thinner or thicker originals than with the document feeder. However, the originals must be fed one by one.

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Finisher FN-105 and Finisher FN-106

Getting to Know Your Copier

The finishers enable controlled finishing and stacking of copies. The finishers can sort, group and staple copies. The FN-105 finisher also permits punching copies.

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Name Front Door (FN4) Bottom Offset Tray Top Offset Tray Recessed Grip

Description Open the front door to clear a paper misfeed. The copies sorted with the offset function are fed out here. The copies are fed out here by default. Use the recessed grip to pull the finisher away from the copier.

CAUTION Damage to the device by improperly estimating the space required The bottom offset tray of a finisher moves downward during copying. Objects below the offset tray may seriously damage it.

Do not place any objects below the offset tray of a finisher.

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The finisher enables controlled finishing and stacking of copies. Use the finisher to sort, group, punch and staple copies. (Only possible if a printer controller is installed.) The printouts can be output to one of five trays assigned using a PC. The printouts can be sorted, grouped or punched.

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Name Five Copy Trays Bottom Offset Tray Top Offset Tray Cover Panel for the Top Offset Tray Cover for the Stapler Unit Recessed Grip

Description These trays receive the printouts that are assigned to them. The copies sorted with the offset function are fed out here. Receives copies made on standard or heavier paper. Open this cover to clear a paper misfeed. Open this panel to clear a staple jam or replenish staples. Use the recessed grip to pull the finisher away from the copier.

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Finisher FN-5

Getting to Know Your Copier

The finisher enables controlled finishing and stacking of copies. Use the finisher to sort, group, punch, staple and even fold copies.
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Name Front Door Bottom Offset Tray Staple Tray Top Offset Tray Recessed Grip

Description Open the front door to change the stapler unit or clear a paper jam. The sorted, stapled or grouped copies sets are received here. Open this tray to load paper manually for stapling or to or clear a paper jam. Receives copies made on standard or heavier paper. Use the recessed grip to pull the finisher away from the copier.

CAUTION Damage to the device by improperly estimating the space required The bottom offset tray of a finisher moves downward during copying. Objects below the tray may seriously damage it.

Do not place any objects below the exit tray of a finisher.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Large Desk-Type Cabinet PF-115

The large desk-type cabinet increases the paper capacity of the copier. The 3rd paper drawer of the large desk-type cabinet holds up to 2,500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2). The paper drawer is designed to hold A4 C paper. There is also a duplex unit integrated into the large desk-type cabinet. The duplex unit can turn copy paper over for double-sided printing. A3 L to A5 L paper can be processed using the duplex unit.

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Name Duplex Unit Release Button for the 3rd Paper Drawer

Description The duplex unit automatically turns copy paper over to enable double-sided copying. Press the release button to open the 3rd paper drawer. The release button indicator lights up The paper drawer is empty. The copy paper is drawn from another paper drawer. The release button indicator flashes: The paper drawer is empty. Copying is stopped because the copy paper was being drawn from this paper drawer. This paper drawer holds up to 2.500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2).

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Duplex Cabinet PF-7D

Getting to Know Your Copier

A duplex unit is integrated into the duplex cabinet. The duplex unit can turn copy paper over for double-sided printing. A3 L to A5 L paper can be processed using the duplex unit. The duplex cabinet also has a storage space. Copy paper and other accessories can be kept in the storage space.

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Name Duplex Unit Storage Space

Description The duplex unit automatically turns copy paper over to enable double-sided copying. Use the storage space for items such as copy paper and other accessories.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Desk-type Cabinet PF-208

The desk-type cabinet increases the paper capacity of the copier. The 3rd and 4th paper drawers of the desk-type cabinet each hold up to 500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2). A duplex unit is also integrated into the desk-type cabinet. The duplex unit can turn copy paper over for double-sided printing. A3 L to A5 L paper can be processed using the duplex unit.

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Name Duplex Unit 3rd Drawer 4th Drawer

Description The duplex unit automatically turns copy paper over to enable double-sided copying. This paper drawer holds up to 500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2). This paper drawer holds up to 500 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2).

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Getting to Know Your Copier

The large capacity cassette increases the paper capacity of the copier. The large capacity cassette holds up to 3,000 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2).

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Name Lock Release Lever Key for lowering the Paper Plate Cassette Door

Description Pull and hold the lock release lever to slide the large capacity cassette away from the copier Press the key to lower the paper plate. Open the cassette door: to add paper or to clear a paper misfeed.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Large Capacity Cassette C-306L

The large capacity cassette increases the paper capacity of the copier. The large capacity cassette holds up to 3,000 sheets of copy paper (80 g/m2).

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Name Lock Release Lever Key for lowering the Paper Plate Cassette Door

Description Pull and hold the lock release lever to slide the large capacity cassette away from the copier Press the key to lower the paper plate. Open the cassette door: to add paper or to clear a paper misfeed.

Hard Disk HDD-1 The hard disk enables you to save copy information. Some functions, such as setting up reserve copy jobs, can only be used if the hard disk HDD-1 is installed. Memory Expansion Module M32-2 The memory expansion module can increase the copier system memory by 32 MB. If you copy material that requires a large amount of system memory, you may want to increase the system memory of the copier, which allows the system to process more data continuously. Printer Controller Pi5500/Pi4700e The printer controller allows the copier to be used as a computer printer.

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2.3 The Safe Use of Your Copier

Getting to Know Your Copier

The improper use of your copier may result in health hazards, electrical shock or even fires. Please observe the following precautions for the safe use of your copier.

DANGER Incorrect use of the copier can result in fire and/or electrical shock! The copier is equipped with high-voltage components. Incorrect use of the copier may result in fire or electrical shock. Observe the following safety precautions to prevent injury and device damage.

Never use flammable sprays, liquids or gases near the copier. Never remove any safety equipment. Never make structural modifications to the copier. Never unplug the copier with wet hands. Ensure that the power supply provides the correct supply voltage for the copier. Never connect the copier to a multiple-socket extension cord. Do not place coffee cups, bottles or other containers with liquids on the copier. In the event that liquids are accidentally introduced into the copier, switch the copier off immediately. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative. Never insert paper clips, staples or other small pieces of metal into the openings of the copier. If metal objects are accidentally introduced into the copier in spite of all precautions, switch the copier off immediately. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative.

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CAUTION Incorrect handling of the power cable can result in fire and/or electrical shock! The copier is equipped with high-voltage components. Incorrect handling of the copier's power cable may cause damage to the cable. This could result in fire and/or cause electrical shock. Observe the following safety precautions to prevent injury and device damage.

Be sure that the power cable is not damaged. If it becomes damaged, switch off the copier immediately. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative. Do not pull directly on the power cable itself when unplugging the power cord from the power outlet. Do not move the copier unless it is unplugged. Never place heavy objects on the power cable. Do not pull or bend the power cable. Do not place the copier on cables belonging to other devices. Ensure that no cables of other devices get pinched in the copier. Be sure that the power cord sits correctly in the power outlet. Be sure that the power outlet is visible and accessible at all times. If an extension cable is needed, use one with a capacity that corresponds to or exceeds the power consumption of the copier. Never connect the copier to a multiple-socket extension cord.

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DANGER Device overheating can result in fire and/or electrical shock! The copier is equipped with high-voltage components. Incorrect use or faulty operation of the copier may cause the unit to overheat. Observe the following safety precautions to prevent injury and device damage.

Switch the copier off immediately if it becomes unusually hot. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative. Switch the copier off immediately if smoke comes out of it. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative. Switch the copier off immediately if it emits an unusual odor. Unplug the power cord. Consult your technical representative. Always unplug the power cord when the copier is not going to be used for a long time.

CAUTION External influences can cause damage to the copier! External influences can cause damage to the copier. Observe the following safety precautions to prevent device damage.

Do not subject the copier to vibrations. Never bring any magnetised object near the copier. Never place objects of more than 3 kg on the copier.

CAUTION Incorrect handling can cause damage to the copier! Incorrect handling can cause damage to the copier. Observe the following safety precautions to prevent device damage.

Never place objects of more than 3 kg on the copier. Never open any doors while the copier is making copies. Never turn the copier off while it is making copies.

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CAUTION A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this copier. The ozone given off by the copier is not hazardous to health, but it may smell unpleasant. For a comfortable, healthy and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated.

Locate the copier in a well-ventilated room.

Laser Safety This machine is equipped with a laser. If the machine is operated in accordance with the instructions in this manual, the laser poses no possibility of danger. The laser radiation is completely confined within the machine housing. The laser beam cannot escape the housing at any time of operation. This machine is certified as a Class 1 laser product. This means that the unit does not generate any hazardous laser radiation.

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Internal Laser Radiation

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Mean radiant power: 13.6 W at the laser aperture of the print head unit. Wavelength: 785 nm This machine operates using a Class IIIb laser diode that emits an invisible laser beam. The laser diode and scanning polygon mirror are incorporated in the print head unit. The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. It may not be opened under any circumstances.

Print head

The above illustrations indicates the location of the print head within the copier.

DANGER Hazardous laser radiation! Operating the copier in a manner that does not conform to the descriptions provided in this manual can lead to the release of hazardous radiation.

Operate the copier only in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual.

This is a semiconductor laser copier. The maximum radiation capacity of the laser diode is 0.68 mW. The wavelength is 785 nm.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Noise Emission Device Noise Control Regulations 3 GSGV, 1/18/1991: The acoustic noise at the operator's workplace is equal to or less than 70 dB (A), according to EN 27779. Safety Label Safety labels indicate hazard areas.

Use this operating manual to familiarise yourself with the hazards before carrying out any activity in a hazard area.

Safety label on the heating unit The safety label is located inside the unit at the position marked below.

WARNING Danger of burning from the heating unit! The heating unit may reach temperatures of up to 120C.

Never touch the heating unit. Do not touch areas designated with this symbol : .

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Safety label on the corona unit

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The safety label is located inside the unit at the positions marked below.

DANGER Danger! High Voltage! Improper operation of the copier can result in personal injury caused by electric shock.

Operate the copier only in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual.

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The safety label is located on the back of the unit at the position marked below.

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUCT

DANGER Hazardous laser radiation! Improper operation of the copier can result in release of dangerous radiation.

Operate the copier only in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual.

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Data on the Manufacturer's Name Plate

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The manufacturer's name plate for the copier is located on the rear-right side of the unit at the position marked below. Di470
Di470 220-240 1560-1700 50-60 7,1

N87/Z132

MINOLTA CO.,LTD

MADE IN CHINA

The following data is provided on the manufacturer's name plate:


Model name Power requirement data Max. power consumption Certifications Serial number of the copier Manufacturer Rated current data

Country where manufactured

For further information on the certifications on the manufacturer's name plate, see page 8-18. Write down the model name and serial number, which are specified on the type label, in the table below.
Model: Serial No.:

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2.4

Transporting the Copier


If you need to transport the copier, please consult your technical representative.

2.5

Setting up the Copier


Environmental Requirements The optimal environmental requirements of the copier are as follows.
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Temperature from 10C to 32C (maximum fluctuation of 10C per hour) Humidity of 15% to 85% (maximum fluctuation of 20% per hour)

Installation Site The installation site must meet the following requirements:
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An area that is dry and free of dust A level surface free of undue vibrations Free from flammable gases such as ammonia Provision for good ventilation A location away from curtains or other easily ignited materials Away from personnel so that no one is subjected to the direct exhaust air of the copier Splashing liquids Direct sunlight Strong temperature fluctuations Direct airflow from heating or air conditioning units

The unit must be protected from the following influences:


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Space Requirements for the Copier

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Be sure to allow a clearance of 150 mm or more behind the copier. This will ensure good ventilation.
Scale: mm 240 1031 2857 2102 664 515 407 471 1241 770

Front view

1558 1171 1032 Side view

This information is applicable to the basic unit, including EDH-3, PF-115, FN-5 and C-306L. Storing Supplies Ensure that supplies are stored:
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In their sealed original packaging materials Protected from direct sunlight and heat sources In a cool, dry, dust-free location Out of the reach of children

WARNING Toner can be hazardous to your health! Toner is harmful if swallowed.

If you get any toner on your hands, immediately wash them thoroughly with soap and cold water.

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2.6

Connecting the Copier


The copier needs a reliable, consistent power supply. Please call your in-house technical support if required. The allowable values for the power supply and the frequency range can be found in the technical information. For more information, see page 85.

2.7

Switching the Copier On and Off


Switching the Copier On

Press the power switch to the ON position. The [START] indicator key on the control panel is orange. After a few seconds, the following message is shown on the touch screen: "Now warming up. Ready to scan."

ON OFF

After switching on the copier, all functions are at their default settings. When the copier is shipped, the following default settings apply:
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Number of copies: Paper Feed: Zoom Factor: Exposure: Finishing: Copy mode:

1 Auto Paper Mode 1.000 Auto Exposure Non-sort From 1-sided original to 1-sided copy

You can change the default settings in the User's Choice. For more information, see page 6-20 and the following pages.

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Switching the Copier Off

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Press the power switch to the OFF position. The touch screen indicator is no longer lit up. The copier is turned OFF.

ON OFF


Help save energy! The copier has two energy save functions: Energy save mode is automatically activated approximately 15 minutes after the last copy activity. The copier is automatically shut off approximately 90 minutes after the last copy activity. The idle time before energy save mode is automatically activated can be changed in the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-30 and the following pages.

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2.8

Control Panel Keys and Indicators


Control Panel Left Side

1 2 3 4

7 6 5

Item 1 2 3

Name Utility Job Recall Original

Element Key Key Key

Description Recall utilities Accessing stored copy job programs Recall special original settings (Separate Scanning, Mixed Original Detection) Recall an overview of the current copier settings Indicator lights up: The current copier settings are different from the default settings. Controls the Touch Screen contrast

Mode Check

Key with indicator

5 6

Contrast

Dial

Only active if a printer controller (option) is installed: Ready Indicator Indicator lights up: Ready for data transfer. Indicator flashes: Print data being transferred.

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Control Panel Left Side (continued)

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1 2 3 4

7 6 5

Item 7

Name

Element

Description

Only active if a printer controller (option) is installed: On Line Key with indicator Key with indicator Switch from on-line to off-line mode Indicator lights up: The copier is in on-line mode. Recall Job List Indicator lights up: Reserve copy job is pending.

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11

10

Item 1 2 3

Name Keypad C (Clear) Scanning mode

Element Keys Key Key with indicator Key with indicator Dial

Description Setting values Delete values and settings with the 10-Key Pad Activate scanning mode Indicator lights up: Scanning mode is active. Activate copy mode Indicator lights up: Copy mode is active. Allows the angle of the control panel to be adjusted.

Copy mode

5 6

Control Panel Adjusting Dial

Only active if Access numbers have been set up: Access Key Key Key with indicator Confirm an input administration number Manual activation of energy save mode Interruption of a copy cycle. Indicator lights up: Copy cycle is interrupted.

7 8

Energy Saver Interruption

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Control Panel Right Side (continued) 1 2 3 4

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5 6 7 8

11

10

Item 9

Name Panel Reset

Element Key

Description Resets copier to default settings Zoom and Job Memory settings are not deleted. Settings in Interrupt mode and for reserve copy jobs are also not reset.

10 11

Stop Start

Key Key with indicator

Stops a copy or scan cycle Starts a copy or scan cycle Indicator lights up green: The copier is ready for operation. Indicator lights up orange: The copier is not ready for operation.

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1 2 3

Item 1 2 3 4 5

Name Index Display panel Basics menu Current settings Supplementary display

Element Keys Indicator Keys Indicator Indicator

Description Opens an index card with specific copier settings. Shows messages and the number of copies. Calls up the basic copier settings Indicates the current copier settings Indicates the status of a reserve copy job

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2.9 The Touch Screen
Operating the Touch Screen

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CAUTION Incorrect handling can cause damage to the copier! The touch screen surface is glass. Incorrect handling can cause damage to the touch screen.

Never place heavy objects on the touch screen. Always touch the surface of the touch screen carefully. Do not press hard on the surface. Do not bring pointed objects into contact with the surface of the touch screen.

The copier has a touch screen. A touch screen is a display that is sensitive to the touch. You can use the touch screen to make settings on the copier and control copy cycles.

You can select a function or make settings by lightly touching a key on the touch screen.


Touch screen displays may be different! The displays on the touch screen partly depend on the equipment of the copier. The displays shown in this user manual may be slightly different from the displays on your copier.

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The Basics index card is devided into three sections: Paper, Zoom and Finishing. You can switch between the sections using the Basics menu keys.
Sections Paper Indicator on the Touch Screen

Zoom

Finishing

You can switch between the four settings screens using the index keys.

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Settings Screens Basics For additional information, see page 2-33.

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Indicator on the Touch Screen

Original > Copy

Density

Auxiliary

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2.10

Adding Paper
1st and 2nd Paper Drawer (Basic Drawers) These paper drawers are universal drawers. The universal drawers can be set for different paper sizes.
Note the following important information! Capacity: Paper sizes: 500 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m 2) per drawer A3 L to A5 L (variable setting)

1 Carefully pull the paper drawer out


as far as it will go.

2 Only if necessary
Press and hold the green keys on the paper size limiters. Set the paper size limiters to another paper size.

3 Position the copy paper between


the paper size limiters. The side that is to be printed must be down.

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4 Ensure that the maximum paper
filling height is not exceeded (see mark on inside of the paper drawer).

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5 Close the paper drawer carefully.

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Getting to Know Your Copier 3rd Paper Drawer PF-115 (Optional Equipment) This paper drawer is designed to hold one paper size.
Note the following important information! Capacity: Paper sizes: 2,500 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m 2) A4 C

1 Press the release button on the


paper drawer. The paper lifting plate of the drawer is lowered.

2 Carefully pull the drawer out.

3 First insert copy paper into the right


half of the paper drawer. The side that is to be printed must be down.

4 Position the long side of the paper


stack at the right-hand side of the paper drawer.

5 Place another stack of paper into


the left half of the paper drawer. The side that is to be printed must be down.

6 Position the long side of the paper


stack at the left-hand side of the paper drawer.

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7 Close the paper drawer carefully.
The paper plate of the drawer is raised.

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Is the indicator on the release button lit up or flashing? The release button indicator lights up: The paper drawer is empty. The copy paper is drawn from another paper drawer. The release button indicator is blinking: The paper drawer is empty. Copying is stopped because the copy paper was being drawn from this paper drawer.

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These paper drawers are designed to hold one paper size. The paper size can be changed by a technical representative.
Note the following important information! Capacity: Paper sizes: 500 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m 2) per drawer A3L to A5L

1 Carefully pull the paper drawer out


as far as it will go.

2 Position the copy paper between


the paper size limiters. The side that is to be printed must be down.

3 Ensure that the maximum paper


filling height is not exceeded (see mark on inside of the paper drawer).
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4 Close the paper drawer carefully.

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Getting to Know Your Copier Large Capacity Cassette C-306 and C-306L (Optional Equipment) These paper drawers are designed to hold one paper size. The paper size can be changed by a technical representative.
Note the following important information! Capacity: Paper sizes: 3,000 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2) C-306 A4 C, Letter C C-306L A4 L, A4 C, Legal L, Letter L, Letter C

1 Press the key to lower the paper


plate. The paper plate is lowered.

2 Pull and hold the release latch on


the front door of the large capacity cassette. Open the front door of the large capacity cassette.

3 Load the copy paper. The side that


is to be printed must be up.

4 Position the copy paper against the


rear side of the paper drawer.

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Max.

5 Ensure that the maximum paper


filling height is not exceeded (see mark on inside of the paper drawer).

6 Close the front door of the large


capacity cassette. The paper plate of the drawer is raised.


Always close the front door properly! If the front door is not properly closed, the paper plate will not be raised. Always make sure that the front door is properly closed.

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Single Feed Tray

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Use the single feed tray to process special paper. Paper cannot be fed in from the single feed tray for reserve copy jobs. For more information, see page 3-18.
Note the following important information! Capacity: Types of paper: 50 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2) 20 sheets of recycled paper or exclusive papers Plain paper, recycled paper (60 g/m2 up to 90 g/m2) Thick paper (91 g/m2 up to 160 g/m2) OHP transparencies, transparent paper max. size min. size 297 432 mm 100 148 mm

Paper sizes:

1 Lower the single feed tray. 2 Slide the feed extender of the single
feed tray out.

3 Place the copy paper into the single


feed tray so that it is flush against the document feeder. The side that is to be printed must be up.

4 Only if you are using a


custom paper size: Specify the paper types, the paper width and length. For more information, see page 4-4.

5 Set the guide plates for the copy


paper width.

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Max.

6 Ensure that the maximum paper


filling height is not exceeded (see mark on inside of the paper drawer).

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2.11 Replacing the Toner Bottle

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WARNING Toner can be hazardous to your health! Toner is harmful if swallowed.


If you get any toner on your hands, immediately wash them thoroughly with soap and cold water. Do not drop the toner bottle from a height of more than 1 m. This may damage the toner bottle. Toner may escape from the bottle.

WARNING Danger of burning from the heating unit! The heating unit may reach temperatures of up to 120C.

Never touch the heating unit. Do not touch areas designated with this symbol: : .

Use only the toner bottles suitable for this copier. Original accessories and materials guarantee the best output quality and minimum maintenance. For further information, consult your technical representative.

1 Take hold of the recessed grips in


the front door of the copier. Lower the front door outwards and down.

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2 Swing the toner bottle holder out to


the right. Remove the used toner bottle.

3 Tap the new toner bottle against a


hard surface to loosen any clumps of toner.

4 Shake the new toner bottle a few


times.

5 Position the new toner bottle


in the toner bottle holder. Be sure the side labelled "UP" on the toner bottle is pointed upwards when doing so.

6 Make sure that the indent in the


toner bottle points toward the mark on the toner bottle holder. The toner bottle is correctly installed.

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7 Carefully remove the seal from the
toner bottle.

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8 Swing the toner bottle holder back


into position. Close the front door. The copier will begin to refill the toner supply. Do not switch it off during this period. Do not open the front door.


Protecting the environment . . . Dispose of the used toner bottle in an environmentally friendly manner. For more information, see page 1-2.


Copies still too light? If copies are still too light immediately after replacing the toner bottle, you can activate the toner replenisher function. For more information, see page 6-19.

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2.12

Replacing the Staple Cartridge


Change a stapler unit only if a message telling you to do so is displayed on the touch screen. Use only the staple cartridges suitable for this copier. Original accessories and materials guarantee the best quality and minimum maintenance. For further information, consult your technical representative. Finisher FN-5 The FN-5 finisher has one staple unit.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the front door of the finisher.

3 Carefully pull the stapler unit out.

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4 Press the release button for the
staple cartridge. Remove the staple cartridge from its holder.

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5 Pull about 3 cm of the staple band


out of the new staple cartridge and break it off. Make sure the staple band does not stick out (see the figure on the right).

6 Place the new staple cartridge into


the holder. The staple cartridge locks into place with an audible click.

7 Carefully push the stapler unit back


in. Close the front door of the finisher.

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8 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier. The touch screen now displays a prompt to run a test staple cycle.

9 Press the [STAPLE] button to start a


staple cycle. The copier pulls in a sheet of paper and runs a test staple cycle.

? Was the copy not stapled correctly?


The staple unit is not correctly installed.

Ensure that the staple unit is correctly positioned. If any staples are jammed, clear them. For more information, see page 7-51.

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Finisher FN-105 The FN-105 finisher has two staple units.

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1 Hold the recessed grip at the top of


the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the cover at the right of the


finisher (FN7).

3 Rotate the green dial to the left to


move the staple units to the centre position.

4 Pull the empty staple unit carefully


from the holder.

Staple unit 2

Staple unit 1

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5 Press the correspondingly marked


position on the stapler unit. This releases the upper part of the stapler unit. You can now remove the empty staple cartridge.

6 Position a new staple cartridge.


Carefully remove the seal from the staples.

7 Position the staple unit back in the


holder. The staple cartridge locks into place with an audible click.

8 Close the right cover (FN7) of the


finisher. Slide the finisher carefully back to the copier. The touch screen now displays a prompt to run a test staple cycle.

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9 Press the [STAPLE] button to start a
staple cycle. The copier pulls in a sheet of paper and runs a test staple cycle.

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? Was the copy not stapled correctly?


The staple unit is not correctly installed.

Ensure that the staple unit is correctly positioned. If any staples are jammed, clear them. For more information, see page 7-53.

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1 Hold the recessed grip at the top of


the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 There is a green dial on the right of


the finisher. Rotate the green dial to the left to move the staple unit to the centre position.

3 Pull the staple unit carefully from


the holder.

Staple unit 1

4 Remove the empty staple cartridge


from the staple unit. Position a new staple cartridge. Then carefully remove the seal on the staple cartridge.

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5 Position the staple unit back in the
holder. The staple cartridge locks into place with an audible click.

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6 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier. The touch screen now displays a prompt to run a test staple cycle.

7 Press the [STAPLE] button to start a


staple cycle. The copier pulls in a sheet of paper and runs a test staple cycle.

? Was the copy not stapled correctly?


The staple unit is not correctly installed.

Ensure that the staple unit is correctly positioned. If any staples are jammed, clear them. For more information, see page 7-55.

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1 Push and hold the button. While


holding it, turn it counterclockwise to open the cover of the stapler unit.

2 Pull the stapler unit out of its bay.

3 Press the green lever down. Pull the


stapler unit out.

4 Remove the empty staple cartridge


from the staple unit.

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5 Position a new staple cartridge.
Carefully remove the seal from the staples.

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6 Position the staple cartridge into


the staple unit. The staple cartridge locks into place with an audible click.

7 Align the arrows on the stapler unit


to those on the finisher. Position the staple unit back in the holder bay.

8 Push and hold the button. While


holding it, turn it clockwise to close the cover of the stapler unit. The touch screen now displays a prompt to run a test staple cycle.

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9 Press the [STAPLE] button to start a


staple cycle. The copier pulls in a sheet of paper and runs a test staple cycle.

? Was the copy not stapled correctly?


The staple unit is not correctly installed.

Ensure that the staple unit is correctly positioned. If any staples are jammed, clear them. For more information, see page 7-57.

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2.13 Shutting Down the Copier

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When shutting down the copier for long periods of time, follow these instructions:
G G G

Remove the power plug from the outlet. Store the unit in a dry, dust-free room. Ensure that the unit is not subject to vibrations Splashing liquids Direct sunlight Strong temperature fluctuations Direct airflow from heating or air conditioning units

Protect the machine from:


G G G G

2.14

Please Observe these Precautions


. . . when using your copier:
G G G G

Never place objects of more than 3 kg on the copier. Never open any doors or turn the copier off while making copies. Never bring magnetised objects or use flammable sprays near the copier. Never use sharp objects inside the open copier

2.15

Proper Use of Your Copier


The copier may only be used for the tasks described in this manual. Any other applications are considered inappropriate. Using the copier incorrectly can lead to serious personal injury and/or damage to products and articles. Claims and liability and/or guarantees are voided by damage incurred through incorrect use. Certain types of documents may not be copied for further use or with the intent to pass copies of such documents off as the original. These include:
G G G G G

Money Stamps (cancelled or uncancelled) Personal identification cards Vehicle registration documents Copyrighted materials (without the permission of the copyright holder)

If you are not sure whether a certain document may be copied, please consult the relevant public authorities.

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3.1

Initial Steps . . .
Step-by-Step Instructions on Copying Your Documents
This copier gives you a wide range of options for making copies. Always maintain a specific sequence when selecting the modes. You can then be certain that you have not forgotten anything.

1 Press [COPY MODE] on the control


panel to activate copy mode.

2 Load the originals:


H

Load the originals face-up into the automatic document feeder. Or Lift the original cover. Place the original face down on the original glass.

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3 Change any one of the basic
settings, if necessary:
H H H

Initial Steps . . .

Paper Zoom Finishing

For more information, see page 4-1.

4 If necessary, change the


Original>Copy settings, e.g.:
H H H

1>1 2>1 Book>2

For more information, see page 4-48.

5 If necessary, change the Density


settings, e.g.:
H H H

Auto Exposure Manual Exposure Density Mode

For more information, see page 4-60.

6 If necessary, select an Auxiliary


function, e.g.:
H H H

Cover Number Stamping File Margin

For more information, see page 4-64.

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1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 C

7 From the numeric keypad, set the


desired number of copies to be made.

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] on the control panel. Enter the number of copies again.

8 Start the copy cycle by pushing


[START].

? Do you want to cancel the copy cycle?

Press [STOP] on the control panel.

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3.2 Entering the Administrator Number

Initial Steps . . .

Administrator numbers can be set up to manage copy data. Copying is possible only after the copier has been enabled using a valid administrator number. The following touch screen indicator prompts you for a valid administrator number.

Enter your administrator number to enable the copier.

1 Enter a valid 4-digit administrator


code on the keypad.
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 C

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] on the control panel. Input the Access number again.

2 Press [KEY] on the control panel to


confirm your input. The basic settings are displayed on the touch screen. The copier is enabled. You may now make copies.

Press [KEY] before leaving the copier. This secures the copier again.

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Checking Copier Settings


Check the copier settings before starting a complex copy cycle.

1 Press [MODE CHECK] on the


control panel. An overview of the current copier settings is shown.

2 Only if necessary
Press a key to change the corresponding setting.

3 Press [EXIT] to confirm


the copier settings. The basic settings are shown again.

3.4

Entering the Number of Copies


Input the number of copy sets that you wish to make from your original.

Touch the corresponding keys on the numeric keypad. The number of copies is shown on the touch screen in the upper righthand corner.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 C

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] on the control panel. Enter the number of copies again.

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3.5 Starting the Copy Cycle
Start a copy cycle.

Initial Steps . . .

Press [START]. The copy cycle starts.

3.6

Interrupting the Copy Cycle


Interrupt a time-consuming copy cycle to create a different copy set.

1 Touch the [INTERRUPT] key on the


control panel. The current copy cycle is interrupted. The [INTERRUPT] key on the control panel lights up. The copier is in interrupt mode.

2 Make the settings for the different


copy cycle.

3 Press [START] to start the printout of the different copy cycle.


The copies are printed.

4 Once the interim copy cycle has finished, touch [INTERRUPT].


The interrupted copy cycle is continued.


Not all functions are available! When you are working in interrupt mode, not all functions are available. For more information, see page 7-60.

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3.7

Stopping the Copy Cycle


Stop a copy cycle to prevent further output of faulty copies.

Press [STOP]. The copy cycle stops. The number of copies shown on the display is set to 1. The other settings remain unchanged.

3.8

Resetting Copier Settings


Reset the copier to the default settings.

Press [RESET] on the control panel of the copier. The copier is reset to the default settings.


Changing the default settings You can change the default settings of the copier. For more information, see page 6-20.

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3.9 Using the Automatic Document Feeder

Initial Steps . . .

WARNING Improper operation can damage the automatic document feeder! Not all originals are suitable for use with the automatic document feeder. Processing unsuitable originals with the automatic document feeder can damage it.

Use only suitable originals in the automatic document feeder.

Complex copying of single pages can be done quickly and easily using the automatic document feeder. You do not need to place the originals manually. The automatic document feeder can feed up to 100 originals in succession automatically.

Not all originals are suitable for use in the automatic document feeder. The following types of originals are not suitable:
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Carbon paper, paraffin paper and other very thin originals Thick paper Originals larger than A3 L or smaller than A5 L Translucent paper, OHP transparencies (overhead projector films) Folded, curled originals Punched, stapled originals Carbon-backed originals

Process unsuitable originals with the single feed tray. For more information, see page 3-12. or Load unsuitable originals on the original glass. For more information, see page 3-13.

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Initial Steps . . . Feeding Originals of the Same Size Feed originals of the same size using the automatic document feeder.
Note the following important information! Suitable originals for the automatic document feeder are: Type of originals: Single sheets of smooth standard paper 1-sided originals 50 to 110 g/m2 2-sided originals 60 to 90 g/m2 with mixed original detection 60 to 90 g/m2 A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A4

Original size:

1/2-sided originals with Mixed Original Detection

1 Set the document guide to the size


of the original.

2 Place up to 100 originals (80 g/m2)


in the automatic document feeder. The side that is to be copied must be up.

3 Ensure that the stack of originals


does not exceed the maximum fill height (see mark on the document feeder)

4 Push the originals tight against the feed chamber of the automatic
document feeder.

5 Start the copy cycle.


The originals are fed in automatically one after the other.

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Feeding Originals of Different Sizes

Initial Steps . . .

Feed originals of the different sizes using the automatic document feeder.
Note the following important information! Suitable originals for the automatic document feeder are: Type of originals: Single sheets of smooth standard paper 1-sided originals 50 to 110 g/m2 2-sided originals 60 to 90 g/m2 with mixed original detection 60 to 90 g/m2 A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A4

Original size:

1/2-sided originals with mixed original detection

1 Place up to 100 originals (80 g/m2)


in the automatic document feeder. The side that is to be copied must be up.

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2 Align the originals in the right rear


corner of the document feeder.

3 Ensure that the stack of originals


does not exceed the maximum fill height (see mark on the document feeder). With Finisher

4 Push the originals tight against the


feed chamber of the document feeder.

5 Set the document guide to the


largest original.

6 Change any other necessary copier settings. 7 Press the [ORIGINAL] button on the
control panel.

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8 Touch [MIXED ORIG DETECTION]. 9 Start the copy cycle.


The originals are fed in automatically one after the other.


The combination is the secret! Just combine mixed original detection with the Auto Paper or Auto Size functions.

Originals Automatic Paper Select Mode

Copies

Automatic Size Mode

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Using the Single Feed Tray

Initial Steps . . .

The single feed tray can be used to feed originals that cannot be processed using the automatic document feeder. The originals must be loaded one at a time. Once placed, the original is automatically fed in.
Note the following important information! Originals suitable for the single feed tray: Type of originals: Original size: Single sheets of smooth standard paper 35 to 160 g/m2 A3L to A5L

1 Change any other necessary copier settings. 2 Lower the single feed tray cover. 3 Set the document guide to the size
of the largest original.

4 Manually select a paper tray.


For more information, see page 43.

5 Place the original on the single feed


tray. The side that is to be copied must be down. The original is automatically taken in and copied.


Not all functions are available! When working with the single feed tray, not all functions are available. For more information, see page 7-60.

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3.10

Placing Originals on the Glass


Place individual originals on the original glass. Paper Originals and Transparent Originals

1 Raise the original cover by at least


15. If the original cover is not open wide enough, the original size will not be detected automatically. 15

2 Place the original on the glass. The


side that is to be copied must be down.

3 Slide the original to the upper left


corner of the original glass.

Original Scales

4 Align the original with the Original


Scales.

? Is the original transparent?

Place a sheet of white paper of the same size on top of the original.
For transparent originals only

5 Close the original cover. 6 Change any other necessary copier


settings.

7 Start the copy cycle.

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Books and Bound Originals

Initial Steps . . .

WARNING Improper operation can damage the original glass! Books weighing more than 3 kg or pressing the book firmly can damage the original glass.

Never place books weighing more than 3 kg onto the original glass. Do not press an open book onto the original glass.

1 Raise the original cover to at least


15. If the original cover is not open wide enough, the original size will not be detected automatically. 15

2 Position the book on the glass. The


side that is to be copied must be down.

3 Push the book up to the back


Original Scale.

4 Align the centre of the book with the


Book Marker.

5 Close the original cover.

? Is it impossible to close the original cover?


Book Marker Back Original Scale

Leave the original cover open. Do not look at the original glass during the copy process to avoid being dazzled by the extremely bright light.

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3.11

Scanning Stacks of Originals


Scan originals in stacks. This will enable you to process more than 100 originals in one copy cycle. You can scan the originals with the automatic document feeder or place them on the original glass one by one.

100 originals

50 originals

150 originals

Note the following important information! Maximum number of A4 originals that can be scanned and stored: Standard copier: with 32 MB memory expansion module (optional): with hard disk (optional): 100 originals 260 originals 2000 originals

1 Load the originals.


when ? What should you consider glass?copying several, sequential originals using the original

Scan the originals from front to back.

2 Change any other necessary copier settings. 3 Press the [ORIGINAL] button on the
control panel.

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4 Press the [SEPARATE SCAN]
button.

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5 Press the [START] key on the


control panel to start the scanning cycle. The originals are scanned. The display will change.

6 Place the next originals. Touch


[START] to start the next scan cycle. The originals are scanned.

7 Repeat step 6 until all originals have


been scanned.

8 Touch [FINISH] to stop the scan


cycle.

9 Start the copy cycle by touching


[START].

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3.12

Using Memory Recall


Print the copy job again after the end of a copy cycle. Use memory recall for this. The Memory Recall function must be enabled in the User's Choice settings. Only if it is enabled is the key shown on the touch screen. For more information, see page 6-24 and the following pages. Memory recall is not available if:
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The copier has been switched OFF. New originals have been scanned. The [START], [KEY], [C] or [INTERRUPT] key has been pushed. The [RESERVE] key has been touched

1 Press [MEMORY RECALL].


The display will change.

2 Press [C]on the control panel. Set a


different number of copies with the numeric keypad. or Touch [MODE CHECK] to change copier settings. or Press [START] to start printing.


Delete the data before leaving the copier! Before leaving the copier, for security reasons you should touch [RESET] to delete the data in memory.

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3.13 Setting Up Reserve Copy Jobs
(Only possible if a hard disk is installed.)

Initial Steps . . .

When the originals of a copy job have been scanned, the originals of the next job (reserve copy job) can be scanned immediately after. The reserve copy job will start printing automatically when the previous job has been printed. You can create up to five reserve copy jobs or scan up to 2,000 A4 originals. The reserve copy jobs are output in the same order in which they were scanned.

1 Touch [RESERVE]. 2 Place the originals of the reserve


copy job.

3 Make the copier settings for the


reserve copy job.

4 Touch [START] to start scanning


the originals. The reserve copy job will start printing automatically when the previous job is complete.


Use the job list! The job list shows the pending reserve copy jobs. You can also delete reserve copy jobs in the job list. For more information, see page 3-19.

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3.14

Using the Job List


The job list shows an overview of the current pending reserve copy jobs. The job list can also be used for:
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Changing copy job settings. Deleting copy jobs

Viewing the Job List

Touch [JOB LIST] on the control panel. The job list is shown.

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Viewing the Copier Settings for a Reserve Copy Job View the copier settings of a reserve copy job.

Initial Steps . . .

1 Touch [JOB LIST] on the control


panel. The job list is shown.

2 Touch [MODE CHECK].

3 Select the reserve copy job whose


copier settings you wish to view. The copier settings are shown.

4 Check the copier settings. 5 Touch [EXIT] to close the view.


The job list is displayed again.

6 Touch [JOB LIST] again to


show the basic settings again.

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Initial Steps . . . Changing the Number of Copies for a Reserve Copy Job Change the number of copies for a reserve copy job.

1 Touch [JOB LIST] on the control


panel. The job list is shown.

2 Touch [CHANGE].

3 Select the reserve copy job that you


wish to change.

4 From the numeric keypad, set the


desired number of copies to be made.
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5 Confirm your changes with


[ENTER]. The job list is displayed again.

6 Touch [JOB LIST] again to


show the basic settings again.

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Deleting a Reserve Copy Job from the Job List Delete a reserve copy job from the job list.

Initial Steps . . .

1 Touch [JOB LIST] on the control


panel. The job list is shown.

2 Press [DELETE].

3 Select the reserve copy job that you


wish to delete. A prompt window appears.

4 <If the job is not locked>


Touch [YES].

<If the job is locked> Enter a 4-digit password from the 10-Key Pad.

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5 Touch [EXIT] to close the Job List. 6 Touch [JOB LIST] again to
show the basic settings again.

Deleting the Current Copy Job Delete a current job or scan cycle.

1 Touch [STOP] while the job is being


scanned or printed. A prompt window appears.

2 Touch [DELETE PRINTING JOB].


The current printing job is deleted. or Touch [DELETE SCANNING JOB]. The current scanning job is deleted.

3 Press [START].

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Submitting a Print Job

Initial Steps . . .

Submit a saved print job. The print job is then transferred from the source PC and placed in the job queue.

1 Touch [JOB LIST] on the control


panel. The job list is shown.

2 Press the [NEXT] button until the


saved print job is displayed.

3 Press the [UNLOCK] button.


The display will change.

4 Input a valid 4-digit password using


the keypad.

? Have you used the sameone password for more than


print job?

All print jobs assigned the same password are submitted for processing. The status of the submitted print job is changed to Wait.

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5 Touch [EXIT] to close the job list. 6 Touch [JOB LIST] again to
show the basic settings again.

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3.15 Other Functions
Automatic Drawer Switching

Initial Steps . . .

The copier switches automatically to a suitable paper drawer when the current paper drawer is empty. Suitable paper drawers must have the same paper size and the same paper alignment as the current paper drawer. Automatic Reset of Copier Settings The copier is automatically reset to the default settings about 60 seconds after the last copy cycle. The time before activation of automatic reset can be changed. For more information, see page 6-30. Energy Save Mode Energy Save mode is automatically activated approximately 15 minutes after the last copy cycle. You can also trigger energy save mode manually by touching [ENERGY SAVER] on the control panel. The time before Energy Save mode is activated can be changed. For more information, see page 6-30. Auto Shut Off (Only possible if no printer controller is installed.) The copier is automatically shut off about 90 minutes after the last copy cycle. In this mode, the copier uses even less power than in energy save mode. The time before activation of automatic shut off can be changed. For more information, see page 6-30. Sleep Mode (Only possible if a printer controller is installed.) The copier is switched to sleep mode approximately 90 minutes after the last copy cycle completes. In this mode, the copier uses even less power than in energy save mode. The time before sleep mode is activated can be changed. For more information, see page 6-30. Auto Copy Start A copy cycle can be started even during warm-up. The copies are printed automatically after warm-up is complete.

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4.1

Customizing Your Copy


Basic Settings

You can make settings in the following areas in the basic settings:
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Paper For more information, see page 4-2. Zoom For more information, see page 4-8. Finishing For more information, see page 4-24

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Enabling Auto Paper Select Mode

Customizing Your Copy

Allow the copier to select the appropriate paper size for your copies. The copier calculates the appropriate paper size according to the size of the original and the zoom factor.
Note the following important information! Original sizes that can be automatically recognised: when placed on the original glass: when using the automatic document feeder: A3 L, B4 L, A4 L, A4 C, Letter L, A5 L A3 L, B4 L, A4 L, A4 C, Letter L, Letter C, FLS, A5 L

1 Touch the Basics menu key


[Paper]. The paper settings are shown.

2 Touch [AUTO PAPER].


The background of the key turns black. "Auto Paper" mode is enabled.

3 Touch the [BASICS] register key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

To disable the Auto Paper mode again, select a paper drawer manually. For more information, see page 4-3.


Wrinkled, curled and dog-eared? Wrinkled, curled or dog-eared originals are not always identified correctly in this mode. Use only smooth originals.

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Customizing Your Copy Selecting the Paper Drawer Manually Specify the drawer from which the copy paper is to be fed.
Note the following important information! The following symbols are used:

1 2 3

1st Drawer 2nd Drawer 3rd Drawer

4 L

4th Drawer Single Feed Tray Large Capacity Cassette

1 Touch the Basics menu key


[Paper]. The display will change.

2 Touch the desired paper drawer


key.

? Did you select the single feed tray?


The paper size and the paper type must be set for the single feed tray.

For more information, see page 4-4.

3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.


Not all drawers are always available! Which paper drawers are available depends on the equipment of your copier. The touch screen will only show the available drawers.

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Customizing Your Copy Setting the Paper Type for the Single Feed Tray Set the paper types that you wish to process with the single feed tray.

1 Touch the Basics menu key


[Paper]. The paper settings are shown.

2 Press the button for the single feed


tray. The [SIZE INPUT] key is shown.

3 Press [SIZE INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Touch [PAPER TYPE].


The display will change.

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5 Select the paper type.


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[NORMAL] for plain paper [OHP] for overhead projector transparencies [CARD/VELLUM] for card or transparent paper

6 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

7 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The paper settings are shown again.

8 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.


Not all modes are always available! If you have selected the [OHP] or [CARD VELLUM] paper types, not all copier functions will be available. For more information, see page 7-60.

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Customizing Your Copy Setting the Paper Size for the Single Feed Tray Specify the size of the paper you wish to process with the single feed tray.

1 Touch the Basics menu key


[Paper]. The paper settings are shown.

2 Place the copy paper on the single


feed tray.

3 Press the button for the single feed


tray. The [SIZE INPUT] key is shown.

4 Press [SIZE INPUT].


The display will change.

5 Select a standard size.


or Press [INCH] to select an inch size. or Press [CUSTOM SIZE] to set a custom paper size. The display will change.

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6 only if [INCH] is touched


Select an inch size.

7 only if [CUSTOM SIZE] is touched


Press [X] or [Y]. Use the numeric keypad to set the desired size. Confirm your entries by pressing [ENTER]. The display will change.

8 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The paper settings are shown again.

9 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Enabling Auto Size

Customizing Your Copy

Allow the copier to select the appropriate zoom factor for your copies. The copier calculates the appropriate zoom factor according to the size of the original and the desired copy paper size.

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [AUTO SIZE].


The background of the key turns black. "Auto Size" mode is enabled.

3 Call up the paper settings.


The paper settings are shown.

4 Select the paper drawer that


contains the copy paper.

5 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Customizing Your Copy Selecting a Fixed Zoom Factor Select a preset zoom factor.

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 For example, touch [ 0.5] to


reduce the original by 50%. or Press [A4 > A3] to enlarge an A4-original to A3. or Press [MINIMAL] to make a slightly smaller copy of the original.

3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

To reset all zoom settings and to make a copy of the same size as the original, touch [1:1].


To make sure nothing is lost! The zoom factor for [MINIMAL] is 0.930. This allows you to copy A4-originals without losing any information.

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Select a zoom factor with the arrow keys.
Note the following important information!

Customizing Your Copy Selecting a Zoom Factor using the Arrow Keys

The zoom factor can be changed in 0.001 increments. Reduce to: Enlarge to: 0.250 4.000 2.000 (with automatic document feeder)

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch the appropriate arrow


keys to increase or reduce the zoom factor in 0.001 increments. or Touch and hold the arrow key until the desired zoom factor is shown.

3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.


How to do it faster Select a fixed zoom factor key nearest to the desired value, e.g. [A4 > A3]. Then use the arrow key to set the exact zoom factor.

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Customizing Your Copy Specifying a Zoom Factor using the Numeric Keypad Input a zoom factor using the numeric keypad.
Note the following important information! The zoom factor can be changed in 0.001 increments. Reduce to: Enlarge to: 0.250 4.000 2.000 (with automatic document feeder)

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Input a zoom factor with the


numeric keypad. Example: Touch the numeric keypad keys 1, 3, 0, 0 in succession. The zoom factor is 1.300.
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 C

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] and enter the zoom factor again.

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4 Confirm the zoom factor with
[ENTER]. The zoom settings are shown again.

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5 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Store up to two frequently used zoom factors to be able to access them quickly at any time. Two zoom factors can be stored for every administrator number if 100 Accounts and a hard disk (option) are set up. For more information, see page 6-37.
Note the following important information! The zoom factor can be changed in 0.001 increments. Reduce to: Enlarge to: 0.250 4.000 2.000 (with automatic document feeder)

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Touch [INPUT].

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4 Enter the desired zoom factor from
the numeric keypad. Example: Touch the numeric keypad keys 1, 3, 0, 0 in succession. The zoom factor is 1.300.
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2 5 8 0

3 6 9 C

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] and enter the zoom factor again.

5 Touch the key of the desired


memory location [1] or [2]. The input zoom factor is shown on the memory location key.

6 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The zoom settings are shown again.

7 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.


Overwritten and deleted! If both memory locations are occupied, a new zoom factor can be stored only by overwriting a memory location. The overwritten zoom factor is then deleted.

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Customizing Your Copy Loading Saved Zoom Factors Recall a stored zoom factor.

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Touch [RECALL].

4 Select the memory key [1] or [2]


with the desired zoom factor.

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5 Confirm your selection with
[ENTER]. The zoom settings are shown again.

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6 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Specify different zoom factors for the horizontal and vertical zoom. This stretches the image produced on the copy. Two zoom factors can be stored for every administrator number if 100 Accounts and a hard disk (option) are set up. For more information, see page 6-37.
Note the following important information! The zoom factors can be changed in 0.001 increments. Reduce to: Enlarge to: 0.250 4.000 2.000 (with automatic document feeder)

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Touch [X/Y ZOOM].


The display will change.

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4 Touch [X]. Enter the zoom factor for
the X-side using the keypad.

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5 Press [Y]. Enter the zoom factor for


the Y-side using the keypad.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 C

6 Confirm the zoom factors with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

7 Confirm the process with [ENTER].


The zoom settings are shown again.

8 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Store up to three frequently used zoom factors to be able to access them quickly at any time.
Note the following important information! The zoom factors can be changed in 0.001 increments. Reduce to: Enlarge to: 0.250 4.000 2.000 (with automatic document feeder)

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Touch [X/Y ZOOM].


The display will change.

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4 Touch [INPUT].

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5 Touch [X]. Enter the zoom factor for


the X-side using the keypad. Press [Y]. Enter the zoom factor for the Y-side using the keypad.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 C

6 Touch the key for the desired


memory location [1], [2] or [3]. The input zoom factors are shown on the memory location key.

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7 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The display will change.

8 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The zoom settings are shown again.

9 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.


Overwritten and deleted! If all three memory locations are occupied, a new zoom factor can be stored only by overwriting a memory location. The overwritten zoom factor is then deleted.

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Load a stored, unproportional zoom factor.

Customizing Your Copy Loading Stored Unproportional Zoom Factors

1 Touch the Basics menu key [Zoom].


The zoom settings are shown.

2 Touch [CUSTOM ZOOM].


The display will change.

3 Touch [X/Y ZOOM].


The display will change.

4 Touch [RECALL].

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5 Select the memory location key


[1], [2] or [3] with the desired zoom factor.

6 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

7 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The zoom settings are shown again.

8 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Non-Sorted Copies

Customizing Your Copy

Copies are fed out unsorted.

1 In the Basics menu touch


[FINISHING]. The display will change.

2 Press the [NON-SORT] button. 3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Grouping copies

With Finisher The sorted or grouped copy sets are fed out offset to separate the sets.

Without Finisher The sorted or grouped copy sets are fed out in alternate lengthwise and crosswise stacks (criss-cross). Criss-cross mode is used when:
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criss-cross mode is enabled in the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-26. two drawers with the same copy paper size are loaded lengthwise and crosswise. stapling, punching, interleave pages, cover functions and mixed original detection are disabled. OHP or heavy/fine paper types are disabled when using the single feed tray

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Sorting copies

Customizing Your Copy

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

2 Touch [SORT]. 3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

Grouping copies

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

2 Touch [GROUP]. 3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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(Only available if an FN-5, FN-105, FN-106 or FN-503 finisher is installed.)

Feed out your copy sets stapled. Notes Please note the following when you using the staple features:
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If a staple mode is selected, the Sort output mode is automatically activated. If you load an original onto the glass, the Separate Scan function is automatically activated. Double-check the stapling position, which may vary depending on the paper size you are using. For more information, see page 4-31
Note the following important information! Staple type: Corner staple Loading in the automatic document feeder: Loading onto the original glass:

2-point staple

2-point staple

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Customizing Your Copy Copy sets can fall out of the exit tray if the capacity of the staple tray is exceeded. Note the values in the following table to avoid exceeding the capacity of the staple tray.
Max. Number of Copy Sets (A3 L to A4) FN-105 100 sets 80 sets 60 sets 40 sets 60 sets 60 sets 60 sets FN-106 100 sets 80 sets 60 sets 40 sets 33 sets FN-503 200 sets 150 sets 100 sets 50 sets 33 sets 25 sets 20 sets FN-5 See Auto Dual Function (in staple mode)

Number of copies per set 2 copies 3 to 5 copies 6 to 10 copies 11 to 20 copies 21 to 30 copies 31 to 40 copies 41 to 50 copies

Auto Dual Function (in finishing mode) (only available if the FN-5 finisher is installed) Using the auto dual function, you can output up to 2,600 sheets even though the upper tray can only hold up to 100 sheets. The following pages provide an overview of how the output is distributed.

Auto Dual Function (in staple mode) (only available if the FN-5 finisher is installed) The copier automatically switches to Sort and Group mode if the capacity of the tray is exceeded. The copies are then output with the aid of the auto dual function. The copies, however, are not stapled. Stapling can be carried out manually afterwards. For more information, see page 4-35. Output Distribution with the Auto Dual Function (only available if the FN-5 finisher is installed)

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Bottom Offset Tray Paper Size Top Offset Tray 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets Corner Staple 2-point staple

Non-sort, Sort, Group

A4 C A4 L A3 L, B4 L A5, A6 L

2500 sheets (no stapling) 2000 sheets (no stapling) 1500 sheets (no stapling) 1000 sheets (no stapling) 100 sets or 1000 sheets

Criss-cross Mode Corner

A4 A3 L to A4

A4 C Side A3 L, B4 L, A4 L A3 L to A4 L

200 sets or 2000 sheets 200 sets or 1000 sheets 100 sets or 1000 sheets 100 sets or 1000 sheets

Sort, Group

Stapling

Stapling

Centre

Crease

A3 L to A4 L

Non-sort, Sort, Group

A3 L to B4 L

10 sheets

50 sheets (no stapling)

Half-Fold

Stapling

A3 L to B4 L

100 sheets

Non-sort, Sort, Group

A3 L

10 sheets

50 sheets (no stapling)

Stapling

Folding

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Paper Size Mixed Original Detection Mode Top Offset Tray 30 sheets

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Bottom Offset Tray Corner Staple 2-point staple

A3 L (Z-Fold) + A4 C Z-Fold + unfolded* Z-Fold: 5 sheets/set unfolded: 25 sheets/ set

Z-Fold: 100 sheets Z-Fold + unfolded*: 1000 sheets (no stapling) Z-Fold: 100 sheets Z-Fold + unfolded*: 1000 sheets (no stapling) Z-Fold: 100 sheets Z-Fold + unfolded*: 2000 sheets (no stapling)

* A Z-Fold can only be carried out on A3 L paper. If originals of differing sizes are loaded (A3 L with other sizes), output is mixed, consisting of Z-folded copies and unfolded copies.

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Loading into the Document Feeder Original: A4 C

FN-5 Copy: A4 C

FN-105

FN-106

FN-503

Copy: A4 L

Original: A4 L

Copy: A4 C

Copy: A4 L

Original: A3 L, B4 L

Copy: A3 L, B4 L

Original: A3 L, B4 L

Copy: A3 L, B4 L


Loading the originals differently? If you do not load the originals as illustrated, you have to adjust the original alignment. For more information, see page 4-51.

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Stapling Copies Corner Staple

Customizing Your Copy

(Only available if an FN-5, FN-105, FN-106 or FN-503 finisher is installed.)


Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Staple capacity: A3 L to A4 FN-5 FN-105 FN-106 FN-503 2 to 50 sheets (80g/m2) 2 to 50 sheets (80g/m2) 2 to 30 sheets (80g/m2) 2 to 50 sheets (80g/m2)

1 Press [FINISHING]in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

2 Press [CORNER STAPLE]. 3 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Staple capacity: 2-Point Staple (Side) A3 L to A4 Centre Staple A3 L to A4 L 2-Point Staple (Side) 2 to 50 sheets (80g/m2) Centre Staple 2 to 15 sheets (80g/m2)

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

2 Press [2-POINT STAPLE].

2-point staple (side)

only available with the FN-5 finisher

Centre Staple

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3 Press [SELECT POSITION].
The display will change.

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4 Select the staple position.

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The finishing settings are shown again.

6 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Customizing Your Copy Stapling Copies Manual Stapling (Only available if finisher FN-5 is installed.) Manually staple your copy sets.
Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Staple capacity: A3 L to A4 2 to 50 sheets (80g/m2)

1 Open the cover for the staple tray


(FN10).

2 Carefully align the papers you are


stapling. You can staple up to 50 sheets (80g/m2) at once.

3 Place the stack of paper into the


staple tray according the stapling position. The printed side must be face down. Align the stack of paper up to the rear edge of the finisher.

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4 Set the paper guides for the paper
size. Be sure the paper guides are flush up against the stack of paper.

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5 Carefully close the cover of the


staple tray (FN10). The finisher prepares for the staple cycle, which can be heard clearly. Do not carry out step 6 until the finisher stops making noise, indicating that the preparation phase is complete.

6 Select the staple position on the


finisher's control panel.

7 Start the staple cycle by pressing


the staple button.

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8 Open the cover for the staple tray


(FN10). Remove the stapled stack of paper.

9 Close the cover of the staple tray


(FN10).

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Punching Copies

Customizing Your Copy

(Only available if an FN-5, FN-105 or FN-503 finisher is installed.)

Have holes punched in your copies.


Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Hole type: A3L to A4 Loading in the automatic document feeder: Loading onto the original glass:

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

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2 Press [HOLE PUNCH].

3 Press [SELECT POSITION].


The display will change.

4 Select the hole position.

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The finishing settings are shown again.

6 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Folding Copies Overview (Only available if finisher FN-5 is installed.)

Customizing Your Copy

Have your copies folded. There are three types of folding:

Crease For more information, see page 4-40.

Half-Fold For more information, see page 4-43.

Z-Fold For more information, see page 4-45.

Folding Copies Crease (Only available if finisher FN-5 is installed.)

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If side stapling has been enabled and a folding function is selected, centre stapling is activated automatically
Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Fold capacity: A3 L, B4 L, A4 L, width 210 to 297 mm, length 279 to 432 mm, 2 to 15 sheets (80g/m2)

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The finishing settings are shown.

2 Press the [FOLDING] button.

3 Press the [CREASE] button.


The display will change.

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4 Press [2-POINT STAPLE].

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5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

6 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The finishing settings are shown again.

7 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Customizing Your Copy Folding Copies Half-Fold (Only available if finisher FN-5 is installed.)

Notes Please note the following when you use the folding features:
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The half-fold option is available only if you process the originals using a document feeder. If corner or centre stapling has been enabled and a folding function is selected, 2-point stapling is activated automatically. If a standard paper size is loaded into the current paper drawer, Auto Size Mode is enabled automatically. If a custom paper size is loaded, the zoom factor of 1.000 is enabled
Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Fold capacity: A3 L, B4 L, width 257 to 297 mm, length 364 to 432 mm, 2 to 10 sheets

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

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2 Press the [FOLDING] button.

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3 Press the [HALF-FOLD] button.


The display will change.

4 Select the desired finishing mode,


such as [2-POINT STAPLE].

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

6 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The finishing settings are shown again.

7 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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Customizing Your Copy Folding Copies Z-Fold (Only available if finisher FN-5 is installed.)

Notes Please note the following when you use the folding features:
G G G G G

When you activate a folding feature, both Auto Paper Mode and Mixed Original Detection Mode are enabled automatically. The Z-fold option is available only if you process the originals using a document feeder. Even if you select the 1-sided > 2-sided copy mode, copies with a Z-fold are only printed on one side. If you select the the 2-sided > 2-sided copy mode, copies with a Z-fold are printed on both sides. If centre stapling has been enabled and a folding function is selected, a side stapling function is activated automatically
Note the following important information! Paper sizes: Fold capacity: A3 L Only Z-Fold: 2 to 10 sheets Z-Fold: 5 sheets + unfolded: 25 sheet

1 Press [FINISHING] in the Basics


menu. The Finishing settings are shown.

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2 Press the [FOLDING] button.

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3 Press the [Z-FOLD] button.


The display will change.

4 Under Output Size, select the


paper size onto which the unfolded copies are to be made.

5 Select the desired finishing mode,


such as [2-POINT STAPLE].

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6 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

7 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The finishing settings are shown again.

8 Touch the [BASICS] index key to


show the Basics menu keys again.

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4.2 Original>Copy Functions

Customizing Your Copy

You can select the copy mode in the Original>Copy settings.


Original 1-sided Copy 1-sided Display

1-sided

2-sided

1-sided

Single 2in1

1-sided

Double 2in1

1-sided

Single 4in1

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Copy Double 4in1 Display

Original 1-sided

1-sided

Booklet

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided 1-sided

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided 2-sided

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided Single 2in1

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided Double 2in1

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided Single 4in1

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided Double 4in1

Only possible with automatic document feeder 2-sided Booklet

Book

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Original Book Copy 2-sided

Customizing Your Copy

Display

Notes Please note the following when you select a copy mode:
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When you select 2in1, 4in1 or Booklet copy mode, the zoom factor for reducing the original pages is automatically set. You can change the zoom factor with the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-26. You can set the page sequence for the 4in1 copy mode in the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-28. The Separate Scan function is automatically activated when an original is placed on the original glass and the 2-sided, 2in1, 4in1 or Booklet setting is selected under Copy. Exception: the Separate Scan function is not activated in the setting Book - Separation - 2-sided Copy - Original Direction Standard.

G G H H

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Customizing Your Copy Selecting a Copy Mode Select the copy mode you wish to use for your copies.

1 Load the originals. 2 Touch the index key [Orig.>Copy].


The Original>Copy settings are shown.

3 Select the type of original.


e.g. 1-sided original

4 Select the mode you wish to use for


your copies. or Touch the [4IN1/BOOKLET] key to select additional copy mode settings.

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5 only if [4in1/Booklet] is pressed
Select a copy mode. Confirm your selection with [ENTER]. The display will change.

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6 Press [ORIGINAL DIRECTION].

7 Set the text alignment of the


original.

8 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The Original>Copy settings are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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If your originals have a file margin, you need to set the position and the width of the file margin separately.

1 Load the originals. 2 Touch the index key [Orig.>Copy].


The Original>Copy settings are shown.

3 Select the settings for the originals


and the copies. For more information, see page 4-51.

4 Press [MARGIN].
The display will change.

5 Set the position of the file margin on


the originals.

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6 Set the file margin width of the
originals.

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7 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The Original>Copy settings are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Combining file margin settings! Settings: file margin left, file margin width 0 mm Result: The 2nd original will be printed in the same direction as the 1st original. Settings: file margin above, file margin width 0 mm Result: The 2nd original will be printed in the opposite direction to the 1st original.

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Customizing Your Copy Copying Books Making copies from books. Make original settings for the book First, make the original settings for the book. Then make the copy settings for the book copies.

1 Touch the index key [Orig.>Copy].


The Original>Copy settings are shown.

2 Under Original, press [BOOK].


The display will change.

3 Set the book type under Original.


The display will change.

4 Set the type of copy under Copy.


The display will change.

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5 Press [BOOK ERASE].
The display will change.

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6 Set the margin and frame erase for


the book.

7 Set the erase width of the margin or


frame.

8 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

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9 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The Original>Copy settings are shown again.

The original settings are now set. Now make the copy settings.

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Making copy settings for the book copies

Customizing Your Copy

When you have made the original settings for the book, you can make the settings for the book copies.

1 Select a copy mode.

? Which copy mode is available?

Only 1-sided or 2-sided copy mode is available.

2 Press [PAGE ARRANGE.].


The display will change.

3 Set the original direction of the


book. The display will change.

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4 Set the page arrangement of the


book. The display will change.

Book Order

Standard

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The Original>Copy settings are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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4.3 Density Settings

Customizing Your Copy

When setting the image density you can:


G G G

enable or disable Auto Exposure make copies lighter or darker change the Exposure Mode

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Copy light and dark originals without having to continually adjust the exposure manually. The copier automatically selects the optimal density for the copies based on the original.

1 Touch the index key [Density].


The Density settings are shown.

2 Press [AUTO].
The background of the key turns black. Auto Exposure mode is enabled.

To disable Auto Exposure, touch [LIGHTER] or [DARKER]. Control the copy density manually.


Are your copies still too dark overall? You can change the default setting of the "Auto Exposure" mode in the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-33.

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Making Copies Lighter or Darker

Customizing Your Copy

Set the exposure of the copies to a lighter or darker level to suit your requirements.

1 Touch the index key [Density].


The display will change.

2 Press [LIGHTER]to make a lighter


copy. or Touch [DARKER] to make a darker copy.

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1 Touch the index key [Density].


The display will change.

2 Press [TEXT].
or Press [TEXT/PHOTO]. or Press [PHOTO]. The background of the key turns black. The function is enabled.

3 Control the image density


manually. For more information, see page 4-62.


Which setting for what? Text: if you copy primarily texts Text/Photo: if you copy texts and photos Photo: if you copy primarily photos

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4.4 Auxiliary Functions

Customizing Your Copy

The auxiliary functions offer the following:


G G G G G G G G

Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving File Margin Edge/Frame Erase Image Repeat Number Stamping Image Stamping

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Insert a front and/or a back cover into your copy set.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

? What must be considered?

When loading originals onto the original glass, the originals must first be scanned with the Separate Scan function. For more information, see page 3-15.

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Press [COVER].
The display will change.

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4 Select the settings for the front
cover.
H

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With Image The 1st original page will be printed on the front cover. Blank A blank cover is inserted.

5 Select the settings for the back


cover.
H H

None No cover is inserted. With Image The last original page will be printed on the back cover. Blank A blank cover is inserted.

6 Touch the key below Cover


Paper. The display will change.

7 Select the paper drawer from which


the paper for the covers will be taken. The display will change.

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8 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The display will change.

9 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Use the single feed tray for cover paper! You can also feed the cover paper with the single feed tray. Only the following paper sizes can be used in this mode: Paper width: min. 140 mm to max. 297 mm Paper length: min. 182 mm to max. 432 mm

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Inserting Separator Pages

Customizing Your Copy

(Only possible if an electronic document handler is installed.)

Insert separator pages into your copy set.

1 Place a separator page where you


want it inserted. The separator page must be aligned differently from the originals.

2 Load the originals containing the


inserted separator pages into the document feeder. Align the originals in the right rear corner of the document feeder.

3 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

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4 Touch the index key


[PAGE INSERTION]. The display will change.

5 Select the settings for the insertion


pages.
H

With Image The original page after the insert marker will be printed on the inserted page. Blank A blank page is inserted.

With Image

Blank

6 Touch the key below Insert


Paper. The display will change.

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7 Select the paper drawer from which
the paper for the separator pages will be taken. The display will change.

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8 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].

9 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The display will change.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Use the single feed tray for cover paper! You can also feed the cover paper with the single feed tray. Only the following paper sizes can be used in this mode: Paper width: min. 140 mm to max. 297 mm Paper length: min. 182 mm to max. 432 mm

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Create an OHP transparency set. Insert OHP interleaves to complete the OHP transparency set.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Touch the index key


[OHP INTERLEAVING]. The display will change.

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4 You can place up to 20 OHPs on
the single feed tray.

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5 Select the OHP size. Confirm your


selection with [ENTER]. The display will change.

6 Select the setting for the insert


markers.
H

With Image Every original page will be printed on an OHP and on an insert marker. Blank A blank insert marker will be inserted after every OHP.

7 Touch the key below Insert


Paper. The display will change.

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8 Select the paper drawer from which


the paper for the insert markers will be taken. Confirm your settings with [ENTER]. The display will change.

9 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Adding a Margin to Your Copy

Customizing Your Copy

Add a file margin to your copies.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Press [FILE MARGIN].


The display will change.

4 Select the position of the file


margin.

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5 Set the width of the file margin with


the arrow keys.

? What must be considered?

The original will be printed on the copy offset by the width of the file margin. If the file margin has been set too wide, part of the image on the copy may be lost.

6 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Combining file margin settings! Settings: file margin left, file margin width 0 mm Result: The 2nd original will be printed in the same direction as the 1st original. Settings: file margin above, file margin width 0 mm Result: The 2nd original will be printed in the opposite direction to the 1st original.

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This option erases rough edges on your copies.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Press [EDGE/FRAME ERASE].


The display will change.

4 Select the type of edge erase.


H H H

Erase left edge Edge top edge Erase frame

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5 Set the width of the edge that is to


be erased.

6 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


The width of the edge is related to the original! The edge width for edge/frame erase is based on the originals, not on the copies.

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Duplicating Images onto a Copy

Customizing Your Copy

Repeat an original image multiple times on a copy. The size of the original image can be determined automatically or manually.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Select a Paper Size manually.


For more information, see page 4-3.

3 Select a zoom factor.


For more information, see page 4-11.

4 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

5 Press [IMAGE REPEAT].


The display will change.

6 Determine the size of the original


image automatically. or Set the original image size. For more information, see the following pages.

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1 Press [AUTO DETECT].


The size of the original image is determined automatically.

2 Confirm your input with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Set size of original image manually

Customizing Your Copy

1 Press [SIZE INPUT].


The display will change.

2 Choose a preset size.


or Press [CUSTOM SIZE]to set a specific size.

3 only if [Custom Size] is touched


Press [X]. Input the length of the X-side with the numeric keypad. Press [Y]. Input the length of the Y-side with the numeric keypad. Confirm your inputs with [ENTER]. The display will change.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 C

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4 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The display will change.

5 Confirm your input with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Number of image repeats The number of image repeats is automatically calculated based on the zoom factor, the size of the original image and the paper size.

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Creating Page Numbers (Only possible if a hard disk is installed.)

Customizing Your Copy

Add the following information to your copies:


G

Date You can set the date format in the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-28.

Page Number

Set Numbers

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1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Touch [NUMBER STAMPING].


The display will change.

4 Touch [DATE].
The display will change.

5 Specify the position at which the


date should be printed.

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6 Set whether the background at the
date position should be erased.

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Background erased

Background not erased

7 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The display will change.

8 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Touch [NUMBER STAMPING].


The display will change.

4 Touch [PAGE].
The display will change.

5 Touch the arrow key below


[STARTING NUMBER]. Use the keypad to set the starting number for the page numbers. The starting number can be a number between 1 and 999999999.

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6 Touch the arrow key below
Starting Page. Use the keypad to set the starting page for the page count. The starting number can be between 1 and 99.

Customizing Your Copy

7 Set whether the background at the


page number position should be erased.

Background erased

Background not erased

8 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The display will change.

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9 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Inserting Distribution Numbers

Customizing Your Copy

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Touch [NUMBER STAMPING].


The display will change.

4 Touch [DISTRIBUTION].
The display will change.

5 Use the keypad to set the starting


number for the record numbers. The starting number can be a number between 1 and 999.

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6 Set the pages on which the


distribution number should be printed.
H H

First page only All pages

7 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The display will change.

8 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The auxiliary functions are shown again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Creating Image Stamping (Only possible if a hard disk is installed.)

Customizing Your Copy

Insert a stored image on a copy. An image must have been saved in the image memory beforehand to be able to insert an image. For more information, see page 6-9.

1 Load the originals.


H H

in the document feeder on the original glass

2 Touch the index key [AUXILIARY].


The auxiliary functions are shown.

3 Touch [IMAGE STAMPING].


The display will change.

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4 Touch [SET].

5 Select the memory location in


which the image that is to be inserted was saved. The display will change.

6 Select the position to which the


image should be inserted on the copy.

7 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

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8 Confirm your selection with
[ENTER]. The auxiliary functions are shown.

Customizing Your Copy

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Combining Functions
This chapter shows combinations of functions in table form. These tables will help you to achieve the desired copy results quickly and easily.

Finding the correct setting


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1-sided

Corner staple

Meaning of the table fields: 1. Form of original and copy 2. View of desired result 3. Orig.>Copy setting (for the copy) For more information, see page 4-1 4. Finishing setting For more information, see page 4-24 5. Edge setting for the original For more information, see page 4-53 6. Position of File Margin (Auxiliary function: create File Margin) For more information, see page 4-74 7. Staple/Hole position in the Finishing settings For more information, see page 4-27 8. Loading originals in the automatic document feeder

A horizontal line in a table field indicates that no setting is required there.

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Please observe these precautions

Combining Functions

Change the original alignment when you use A3 L or B4 L copy paper and load the originals as illustrated. For more information, see page 4-51.

Original alignment

If you use A3 L or B4 L copy paper, the 2-Point Staple and Hole Punch functions are not available.
Function combinations

A
1
1 2

2
3 4

12

34

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1
1 2

2 3
3 4 5 6

2 3
34

12

56
5 7 9 11 6 8 10 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

1 2 3 4

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5.1

Original: 1-sided, Copy: 1-sided


Original: 1-sided, Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

1-sided

2
1-sided

Corner Staple

Corner Staple

1
1

2
1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1-sided

1
1
1 2

2
1-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1
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Original: 1-sided, Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

12

34

Single 2in1 Single 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

34
Single 2in1 Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

34

1 2

3 4

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

3 4
3 4
Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

Single 2in1

1 2

3 4

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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 1-sided, Copy: 1-sided Desired result

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Corner Staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

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5.2 Original: 1-sided, Copy: 2-sided
Original: 1-sided, Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

2 3 2

2sided

Corner Staple

2sided

Corner Staple

1
1

3 2 3 2
2sided Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

2sided

2
2 3

2sided 2sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2
2 3

2sided 2sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1
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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 1-sided, Copy: 2-sided Desired result

12

34 56
34

Double 2in1 Double 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

56
34 56
Double 2in1 Double 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

56

1 2

3 4

5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2
3 4

3 4 5 6
5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

Double 2in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

3 4 5 6

Double 2in1

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Original: 1-sided, Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 7 9 11
5 7 6 8

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

6 8 10 12

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 7 9 11

6 8 10 12

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5.3

Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 1-sided


Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

1-sided

2
1-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2
1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1-sided

2
1-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2
1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

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Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

12

34

Single 2in1 Single 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

34
Single 2in1 Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

34

1 2

3 4

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

3 4
3 4
Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

Single 2in1

1 2

3 4

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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 1-sided Desired result

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Corner Staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

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5.4

Combining Functions

Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 2-sided


Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

2-sided

2 3
2-sided

Corner Staple

Corner Staple

1
1

3
2-sided

2 3
2-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

2
1

2-sided

2
2 3

3
2-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2-sided

2
2 3

3
2-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 2-sided Desired result

12

34 56
34

Double 2in1 Double 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

56
34 56
Double 2in1 Double 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

56

1 2

3 4

5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2
3 4

3 4 5 6
5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

Double 2in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

3 4 5 6

Double 2in1

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Original: 2-sided (File Margin left), Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 7 9 11
5 7 6 8

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4

6 8 10 12
9 10 11 12

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 7 9 11

6 8 10 12

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5.5

Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 1-sided


Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

1-sided

2
1-sided

Corner Staple

Corner Staple

1
1

2
1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1-sided

2
1-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2
1-sided

2
1-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1
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Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 1-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

12

34

Single 2in1 Single 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

34
Single 2in1 Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

34

1 2

3 4

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

Single 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

3 4
3 4
Single 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

Single 2in1

1 2

3 4

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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 1-sided Desired result

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Corner Staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

Single 4in1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

Single 4in1 Single 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

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5.6

Combining Functions

Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 2-sided


Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

2-sided

2 3
2-sided

Corner Staple

Corner Staple

1
1

3
2-sided

2 3
2-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

2
1

2-sided

2
2 3

3
2-sided

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1
1

2-sided

2
2 3

3
2-sided

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1
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Copy Finishing Margin File Margin Hole Pos.

Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 2-sided Desired result

12

34 56
34

Double 2in1 Double 2in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

12

56
34 56
Double 2in1 Double 2in1 Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

12

34

12

56

1 2

3 4

5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2
3 4

3 4 5 6
5 6

Double 2in1

Corner Staple

1 2

Double 2in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2

3 4 5 6

Double 2in1

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Original: 2-sided (File Margin above), Copy: 2-sided Desired result Copy Finishing

Combining Functions

Margin

File Margin

Hole Pos.

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

Corner Staple

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 9 10 7 8 11 12

Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

5 6 7 8

Double 4in1

1 2 3 4

9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 7 9 11
5 7 6 8

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Corner Staple Corner Staple

1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4

6 8 10 12
9 10 11 12

Double 4in1 Double 4in1

Hole Punch, 2-point staple Hole Punch, 2-point staple

1 2 3 4

5 7 9 11

6 8 10 12

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Utilities

6 Utilities
Using the Copy Job Program Memory
Saving a Copy Job Program Store up to ten frequently used copier settings as copy job program. There are ten program memory locations per administrator number if:
G G

6
6.1

the copier has a hard disk (option) and the "100 Accounts" function is enabled

1 Make copier settings as required. 2 Touch [UTILITY].


The Utility screen appears.

3 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Touch [JOB MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

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5 Press [INPUT].

Utilities

6 Select a memory location from [1]


to [10] to store the copy job program.

? Why is there a symbol at some memory locations?


The free symbol indicates that the memory location is free.

Save a copy job program to a free memory location. occupied

free

7 Confirm your settings with [ENTER].


The display will change.

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6
8 Press [EXIT] to complete the
procedure. The Utility screen appears again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].


Overwritten and deleted! If all three memory locations are occupied, a copy job program can be stored only by overwriting a memory location. The copy job program on the overwritten memory location is deleted by this action.

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Checking the Settings of a Copy Job Program Check the settings of a stored copy job program.

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

3 Touch [JOB MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Press [CHECK].
The display will change.

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6
5 Touch the memory location key for
the copy job program that you wish to check. The display will change.

6 Check the settings of the copy job


program. or Touch [NEXT] to see more settings.

7 Touch [EXIT] to finish checking.

8 Touch [ENTER] to close the Job


Memory Input screen. The display will change.

9 Press [EXIT] to complete the


procedure. The Utility screen appears again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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Recalling a Stored Copy Job Program Recall a stored copy job program.

Utilities

1 Press the [JOB RECALL] button on


the control panel. The display will change.

2 Touch the memory location key


where the copy job program was stored. The display will change.

3 Check the settings of the copy job


program. you select ? Did program? the wrong copy job

Touch [MENU]. The screen with the memory locations will be shown again. Select the correct copy job program from the screen.

4 Confirm your selection with [EXIT].


The settings of the copy job program are loaded into the copier. The copy cycle can be started.

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Utilities Deleting a Stored Copy Job Program Delete a copy job program from job memory.

1 Press the [UTILITY] button on the


control panel. The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

3 Touch [JOB MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Press [DELETE].

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5 Touch the memory location key
where the copy job program to be deleted was stored. The free symbol appears at the memory location again.

Utilities

6 Confirm the deletion with [ENTER].

7 Press [EXIT] to complete the


procedure. The Utility screen appears again.

If necessary, make additional copier settings. Start the copy cycle by touching [START].

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6
Using the Image Memory
(Only possible if a hard disk is installed.) Save up to five frequently used images. Use stored images for the Image Stamping function. For more information, see page 4-90. Storing an Image

6.2

1 Place the original lengthwise on the


original glass.

2 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

3 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Touch [IMAGE MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

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5 Press [INPUT].
The display will change.

Utilities

6 Then touch an image memory key


from [1] to [5]. The display will change.

7 Touch [AUTO DETECT] to detect


the copier image size. or Select a size. or Set an image format manually. For more information, see the following pages.

8 only if required
Activate an edge/frame erase. For more information, see the following pages.

9 Set the image direction of the


original on the original glass. Start the scan cycle by touching [START].

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Utilities Setting the Image Size Manually

6
1 Press [CUSTOM SIZE].
The display will change.

2 Press [X] or [Y]. Input an image size


with the numeric keypad.

3 Confirm your setting with [ENTER].


The display will change.

Setting the Edge/Frame Erase

1 Touch [ERASE].
The display will change.

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2 Select the erase position for the
edge or frame.

Utilities

3 Set the erase width of the edge or


frame with the arrow keys.

4 Confirm your setting with [ENTER].


The display will change.

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Utilities Checking a Stored Image Check a stored image.

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

3 Touch [IMAGE MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Press [CHECK].

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5 Touch the memory location key
where the desired image was stored. The display will change.

Utilities

6 Select the drawer from which the


copy paper is to be fed. The display will change.

7 Touch [START] to start printing.


The stored image is printed.

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Utilities Deleting a Stored Image Delete an image from memory.

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [JOB/IMAGE MEM. INPUT].


The display will change.

3 Touch [IMAGE MEMORY INPUT].


The display will change.

4 Press [DELETE].

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5 Touch the memory location key
where the image to be deleted was stored. The free symbol appears at the image memory location again.

Utilities

6 Confirm the deletion with [ENTER].


The Utility screen appears again.

7 Press [EXIT] to complete the


procedure. The Utility screen appears again

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6
Checking Copier Meter Counts
Check your copier's Meter Counts.

6.3

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Press [METER COUNT].


The display will change. A variety of Meter Counts will be displayed.

The following Copy Track functions will be displayed:


G

Total Counter The Total Counter shows the total number of copies made since installation of the copier. Size Counter The Paper Size Counter shows the number of copies made on copy paper of a preset size. The size will be set by your technical representative. 2-Sided Total The 2-sided Total Counter shows the number of all 2-sided copies made since installation of the copier. 2-Sided Paper The 2-sided Paper Size Counter shows the number of all copies on copy paper of a preset size. The size is the same as that of the paper size counter. Account Total (Only for access with an administrator number.) The Account Total Indicator shows the number of copies made for the current administrator number.

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Utilities Printer Total (Only if a printer controller is installed.) The Printer Total Counter shows the total number of printouts made since installation of the copier. Size (Only if a printer controller is installed.) The Paper Size Counter shows the number of printouts made on copy paper of a preset size. The size will be set by your technical representative.

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6
Starting the Toner Replenisher Function
If you make a large number of very dark copies, the increased toner consumption may result in subsequent images being too light. If this occurs, start the toner replenisher function. This will ensure even copy quality.

6.4

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [TONER REPLENISHER].


During the toner replenisher cycle:
H H

Do not turn the copier off. Do not open the front door of the copier.

The process will end automatically.

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6.5 Configuring the User's Choice Settings

Utilities

The User's Choice utility has six index cards containing a variety of configuration options. On delivery the User's Choice settings on the copier are preset. However, you can change the User's Choice settings to make them optimum for your copying circumstances.

You will find more detailed descriptions of the various User's Choice settings on the six index cards on the following pages:
G G G G G G

User's Choice [1/6] User's Choice [2/6] User's Choice [3/6] User's Choice [4/6] User's Choice [5/6] User's Choice [6/6]

see page 6-24 see page 6-26 see page 6-28 see page 6-29 see page 6-30 see page 6-33

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Utilities User Settings and Administrator Number

6
If the 100 Accounts function is activated on your copier, only the first four index cards, [1/6] to [4/6] are available. In this case, the touch screen shows the index cards as [1/4] to [4/4]. The settings on the index cards can be configured individually for each administrator number. To show all six index cards from [1/6] to [6/6], proceed as follows:

1 Touch [KEY] on the control panel.


The prompt for entering the administrator number appears.

2 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

3 Touch [ADMINISTRATOR MODE].


The prompt for entering the administrator code appears.

4 Enter the 4-digit administrator code.


All six index cards can now be selected.

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Configuring User's Choice Settings

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE].


The display will change.

3 Select the index card for the setting


that you wish to change.

4 Select the setting that you wish to


change.

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6
5 Adapt the setting for your copying
situation.

6 Confirm your settings.


The display will change.

7 If necessary, make additional


User's Choice settings.

8 Press [EXIT] to complete the


procedure. The Utility screen appears again.


First clear old values! Some User Settings require values to be input with the numeric keypad. Before you can input a new value, you must first delete the old value. Press [C] to delete the old value.

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User's Choice [1/6]

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [1/6].

Original > Copy Default Specify the copy mode to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select the desired copy mode. The default setting is 1>1. When copying with a duplexing unit, the default setting is 1>2.

When the default setting is 1>2 or 2>2, an extra key will be shown on the touch screen. This key allows you to switch quickly to 1>1 mode.

Selecting a Language Specify the language that will be activated on the touch screen when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select the desired language. The default setting is English.

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Utilities Mixed Original Detect Specify whether mixed original detection will be activated when the copier is switched on or reset.

Touch [ON] to activate Mixed original detection. The default setting is Off.

Memory Recall Specify whether the previously copied pages can be printed again from the memory after the end of a copy cycle.

Press [ON] to enable printout from memory. The default setting is Off.

Auto Paper/Auto Size Specify the copy mode to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select [AUTO PAPER], [AUTO SIZE] or [MANUAL]. The default setting is [AUTO SIZE].

Tray Priority Specify the paper drawer to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select the desired paper drawer. The default setting is 1st Drawer.

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User's Choice [2/6]

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [2/6].

2in1, 4in1, Booklet Copy Zoom Specify whether the originals should be reduced by the default zoom factor with the 2in1, 4in1 and Booklet functions. The default zoom factors are: 2in1: 4in1: Booklet setup:

0.707 0.500 0.707

Select the desired settings. The default setting for 2in1/4in1 is [ON]. The default setting for Booklet is [ON].

Density Priority Specify the image density settings to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select [AUTO] for Auto Exposure or [MANUAL] for Manual Exposure. The default setting is [AUTO]. If you have selected the [MANUAL] image density setting, select image density optimisation for [TEXT], [TEXT/PHOTO] or [PHOTO]. The default setting is [TEXT].

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Utilities Default Level Specify the copy density to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset.

For Auto Exposure select [LIGHTER], [NORMAL] or [DARKER] under Auto. The default setting is [NORMAL]. For Manual Exposure select under Manual the desired copy density from [1] to [9]. The default setting is [5].

Output Priority Specify the Finishing function to be enabled by default when the copier is switched on or reset. The finishing functions Hole-Punch and 2Point Staple are only available if Finisher FN-105 is installed.

Select the desired Finishing function. The default setting is [NON-SORT].

Intelligent Sorting Specify whether the Sorting function should be activated when at least two originals are placed in the document feeder.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [ON].

Criss-Cross Mode Specify whether Criss-Cross mode is activated when the finishing functions Sorting or Group are activated.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [ON].

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User's Choice [3/6]

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [3/6].

Small Originals Specify whether a copy cycle is started when [START] is touched, even if an original has not been detected on the Original Glass.

Press [ON] if a copy cycle should be started. or Press [OFF] if a copy cycle should not be started. In this case, a warning message prompting the user to select the paper size manually will appear. The default setting is [OFF].

4in1 Copy Order Set the page order for 4in1 finishing.

Select the desired page order. The default setting is:

Date Printing Format Specify the format in which a date should be printed on the copies.

1 2 3 4

Select the punctuation. The default setting is [XX/XX/XX]. Select the format for the year. The default setting is [YY]. Select the format for the date. The default setting is [00/12/27] (Year/Month/Day).

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Utilities Date Printing Position Specify the position at which the date should be printed on the copy paper. The values can be set between 4 and 40 mm.

Input the X and Y value with the keypad. The default setting is X: 8 mm, Y: 20 mm.

Page Number Position Specify how far from the bottom edge the Number Stamping should be printed on the copy paper. The value can be set between 4 and 40 mm.

Input the new value with the 10-Key Pad. The default setting is 8 mm.

User's Choice [4/6]

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [4/6].

Confirmation Beep Specify whether an audible signal tone should sound when a key is pressed on the Touch Screen.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [ON].

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User's Choice [5/6]

Utilities

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [5/6].

Universal Tray Specify whether a paper size placed in a universal tray should be automatically detected.

Select the desired setting. The default setting for the 1st drawer is [AUTO DETECT]. The default setting for the 2nd drawer is [AUTO DETECT].

Special Paper Specify the Drawer in which special paper should be placed.

Select a paper drawer. Allocate the corresponding paper types to the paper drawer. The default setting for all drawers is [NORMAL].

The icons mean: Recycled paper This paper drawer will not be used in: Auto Paper Mode

S
1-sided only

2
Insert cover/page

This paper drawer will not be used in: 2-sided Copying

This paper drawer will not be used in: Auto Paper Mode Automatic Paper Drawer Change

Cover

This paper drawer will not be used in: Auto Paper Mode Automatic Paper Drawer Change

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The icons mean: Page Insertion This paper drawer will not be used in: Auto Paper Mode Automatic Paper Drawer Change

Auto Panel Reset Specify the amount of time that should elapse after the last copy cycle or user input before the copier automatically returns to its default settings.

Select the desired time. or Press [NO RESET] if the copier should not be automatically reset to the default settings. The default setting is [1 MINUTE].

Energy Save Mode Specify the amount of time that should elapse after the last copy cycle or user input before the copier automatically switches to Energy Saver Mode.

Input a value between 1 and 90 minutes with the numeric keypad. The default setting is [15 MINUTES].

Plug-in Counter Reset Specify whether the copier is to be automatically reset to the default settings after removal of the counter.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [OFF].

Auto Shut Off Specify the amount of time that should elapse after the last copy cycle or user input before the copier is automatically shut off.

(Without printer controller Auto Shut-off) Input a value between 15 and 90 minutes with the numeric keypad. or Press [NO RESET] if the copier should not be automatically shut off. The default setting is [90 MINUTES]. (With printer controller Sleep Mode) Input a value between 15 and 90 minutes with the numeric keypad. or Press [NO RESET] if the copier should not be automatically shut off. The default setting is [90 MINUTES].

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Utilities The Administrator Mode can be used to specify whether Auto Shut Off Mode can be disabled using the User's Choice settings. For more information, see page 6-49.


Applicable for Switzerland only! To meet the E2000 regulations in Switzerland, when the device is installed the default setting for activating Energy Save Mode (Auto Shut Off) is to be changed from 90 minutes to 40 minutes.

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Utilities User's Choice [6/6]

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1 Touch [UTILITY].
The display will change.

2 Touch [USER'S CHOICE] on the Touch Screen.


The display will change.

3 Press [6/6].

Date & Time Setting Set the date and time on the copier.

Input the new value on the keypad. The default setting is [2000/10/01, 00:00:00].

Exposure Specify the exposure level for the printout.

Select [LIGHTER], [NORMAL] or [DARKER]. The default setting is [NORMAL].

Priority Device Specify the device function to be enabled when the copier is switched on or reset.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [COPIER].

Density (ADF) Specify the image density for scanning the originals fed by the automatic document feeder.

Select [MODE 1] for originals with normal coverage such as text printed with a laser printer. The default setting is On. Select [MODE 2] for very light originals such as text written with a pencil. The default setting is [MODE 1].

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Priority Offset Tray

Utilities

(Only available if an FN-5, FN-105 or FN-106 finisher is installed.) Specify the offset tray to which the copies should preferably be fed out.

Select the desired setting. The default setting is [TOP TRAY].

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Using the Administrator Mode
Access to administrator mode is protected with an administrator code (access number). The administrator code is set up by your technical representative. If you forget the administrator number or wish to change it, contact your technical representative. Making Settings in Administrator Mode Open administrator mode to make administrator settings.

6.6

1 Touch [UTILITY].
The Utility screen appears.

2 Touch [ADMINISTRATOR MODE].


The display will change.

3 Input a 4-digit administrator code


using the keypad. Administrator mode is displayed.

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4 <When jobs are queued>
The Touch Panel now shows the detailed functions that can be set under Administrator Mode.

Utilities

<When jobs are not queued>

5 Confirm your settings with [EXIT].


The basic settings are shown again.

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Utilities Turning on the Copy Counter

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The Copy Track Administrator function is used to record copies based on projects or cost centres. You can set up to 100 access numbers on the copier. If the copier has a hard disk (option) installed, up to 1000 access numbers can be set up.
Note the following important information! These functions/counters are available: 100 Accounts: Account number Total counter Size counter Copy limits Administrator number (access code)

1000 Accounts:

Total Counter

When the administrative counter function is enabled, the copier is available only after entering a valid administrator number.

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Touch [COPY TRACK].


The display will change.

3 Specify the copy mode (copier or


printer) for which the copy track should be activated.

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4 Touch [100 ACCOUNTS], to set
100 Copy Tracks. Confirm your selection with [ENTER]. or Press [1000 ACCOUNTS]to set 1000 Copy Tracks. Confirm your selection with [ENTER].

Utilities

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The administrator menu is shown again.


NOTE If Copy Track is turned on for the printer, account No.0001 cannot be used. (Specify accounts starting from No.0002.)

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Utilities Setting Access Numbers (Only possible when 100 Accounts is set up.) Set up Access numbers for Copy Track.

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [COPY TRACK DATA].


The display will change.

3 Touch the key of a count group.


The display will change.

4 Touch a key under Access Code.


Enter a 4-digit administrator code on the keypad.

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] on the control panel. Input the Access number again.

5 If necessary, make additional


settings for other counters.

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6 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].
The display will change.

Utilities

7 Touch [ENTER] to complete the


procedure. The administrator menu is shown again.

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Utilities Setting Copy Limits for Access Numbers (Only possible when 100 Accounts is set up.) Set copy limits for administrator numbers.

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [COPY TRACK DATA].


The display will change.

3 Touch the key of a count group.


The display will change.

4 Touch a key under Copy Limit.


Set the Copy Limit with the numeric keypad.

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C]on the control panel. Input the Access number again.

5 If necessary, make additional


settings for other counters.

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6 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].
The display will change.

Utilities

7 Touch [ENTER] to complete the


procedure. The administrator menu is shown again.

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Utilities Printing Copy Track Data Print copy track data.

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [COPY TRACK DATA].


The display will change.

3 Place A4 L copy paper in the single


feed tray.

4 Press [START].
The Copy Track Data will be printed.

5 Touch [ENTER] to complete the


procedure. The administrator menu is shown again.

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Resetting Individual Access Numbers Reset the copy track for an access number.

Utilities

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [COPY TRACK DATA].


The display will change.

3 Touch the key of a count group.


The display will change.

4 Press the key for the value that you


wish to reset. Press [C] to reset the value.

5 If necessary, reset other counters.

6 Confirm your inputs with [ENTER].


The display will change.

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Utilities

6
7 Touch [ENTER] to complete the
procedure. The administrator menu is shown again.

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Resetting All Counters Reset all copy track counters.

Utilities

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [COPY TRACK DATA].


The display will change.

3 Press [ALL COUNTER RESET].


The display will change.

4 Touch [YES] to reset all Copy Track


counters. The display will change.

5 Confirm your selection with


[ENTER]. The display will change.

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Utilities

6
6 Touch [ENTER] to complete the
procedure. The administrator menu is shown again.

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6.7

Utilities

Limiting the Number of Copies per Copy Cycle


Limit the number of copies that can be made per copy cycle. The number of copies can be from 1 to a maximum of 99 per copy cycle.

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [MAX. COPY SETS].


The display will change.

3 Input the number of copies that


may be made per copy cycle with the keypad.

? Did you enter an incorrect number?

Press [C] on the control panel. Input the Access number again.

4 Touch [ENTER] to confirm your


inputs. The administrator menu is shown again.

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Utilities

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Locking the Auto Shut Off Mode
Lock the Auto Shut Off Mode. This function can then no longer be disabled in the User's Choice settings.

6.8

1 Open the administrator menu.


For more information, see page 6-35.

2 Press [AUTO SHUT-OFF].


The display will change.

3 Touch [YES] to enable the function


for the user. or Touch [NO] to ensure that this function cannot be disabled by the user.

4 Touch [ENTER] to confirm your


inputs. The administrator menu is shown again.

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6.9 Job Delete
Deletes documents stored in the machine.

Utilities

1 To show [COPY TRACK] on the Touch Panel, follow the steps given
in Selecting the Administrator Mode.

2 Touch [JOB DETETE].

3 Touch the job no. key to be deleted.

4 Touch [YES].

5 Touch [EXIT].

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7.1

Troubleshooting
If You are not Satisfied with Your Copy . . .
Symptom Possible cause The exposure level for the Auto Exposure Mode is set to a light value. Action Change the exposure level under User's Choice, see page 6-26. Manually set the exposure to a darker level, see page 4-62. The exposure level has been manually set too light. You have previously made copies from a very dark original. The toner bottle has just been replaced. The message Please Replenish Toner is shown on the display. The paper is damp. The exposure level for the Auto Exposure Mode is set on a dark value. Replace the toner bottle, see page 2-44. Replace the paper. Change the Copy Density in the User's Choice, see page 6-26. Manually set the exposure to a lighter level, see page 4-62. The exposure level has been manually set too dark. The entire surface of the original glass is dirty. The original is not flat against the original glass. Manually set the exposure to a lighter level, see page 4-62. Clean the original glass, see page 8-1. Place the original on the original glass correctly, see page 3-13. Manually set the exposure to a darker level, see page 4-62. The copier requires toner replenishment, see page 6-19.

The image is too light.

The image is too dark.

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Symptom Possible cause The paper is damp. Action

Troubleshooting

Replace the paper.

The copy is blurry. The entire surface of the original glass is dirty. The original pad is dirty. The original is very thin or highly transparent. The original is 2-sided. Clean the original glass, see page 8-1. Clean the original pad, see page 8-1. Place a blank sheet of paper over the original. Manually set the exposure to a lighter level, see page 4-62. Clean the original pad, see page 8-1. Place the original on the original glass correctly, see page 3-13. Select the same copy paper size as the original. Select a suitable zoom factor for the copy paper size, see page 4-11. Place the original on the original glass correctly, see page 3-13. Place the original in the document feeder correctly, see page 3-8. The original is not suitable for the document feeder. The entire surface of the original glass is dirty. (When using the automatic document feeder) Place the original on the original glass, see page 3-13. Clean the original glass, see page 8-1.

The image is uneven.

The original pad is dirty. The original is not placed in the correct position. The edge of the copy is dirty. The copy paper size is larger than the original. The zoom factor selected is not correct for the copy paper size. The original is not placed in the correct position.

The copy is badly aligned.

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Troubleshooting

7.2

If a Message Appears on the Touch Screen. . .


The touch screen shows messages that describe a copier mode or malfunction. The following table will help you to understand common messages and take the appropriate action.
Message Malfunction detected. Call your technical representative and provide the error code: Please add toner. Follow the instructions on the label inside the front door. Please add toner. Replenish paper. Stapler # is empty. You must replace stapler cartridge # or cancel staple mode. Preventive maintenance time Your account has reached its maximum copy allowance. Return the following # of originals to document feeder: Image data has caused memory overflow. Your copy job has been cancelled. Cause A serious malfunction has been detected in the copier. No more copies can be produced. The toner has run out. Action Call and inform your technical representative of the code displayed on the touch panel. Replace the toner bottle, see page 2-44.

The toner is nearly empty. If the currently selected paper drawer is empty.

Replace the toner bottle, see page 2-44. Add paper, see page 2-35.

The staples have run out. Replace the staple cartridge, see page 2-47.

The copier is due for preventative maintenance. The copy limit has been reached. No more copies can be produced. The displayed number of originals could not be processed. The memory capacity of the copier is insufficient.

Call your technical representative. Contact your administrator. Place the indicated number of originals back in the automatic document feeder. Create the copy with different settings. If this message is shown often, increase the memory capacity. Remove the original from the glass. Cancel one of the two functions.

Original left on the Glass. There is still an original on the original glass. This mode cannot be selected with the OOO mode. Certain modes cannot be combined, see page 7-60.

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7.3

Troubleshooting

If Your Copier Is Not Working Correctly . . .


Symptom The touch screen displays nothing. Possible cause Energy save mode is active. Action Press any key on the control panel to bring the copier out of energy save mode. Turn ON the power switch. Plug the power cord into the power outlet. Set the Touch Screen contrast with the contrast knob Activate the copier with your Access number, see page 3-4. Please read the message on the Display Panel. The copier requires ca. 4 minutes to reach operating temperature. Wait until it is at operating temperature. Touch [INTERRUPT] on the control panel to deactivate interrupt mode. Plug the power cord into the power outlet. Close the room circuit breaker.

The copier is turned OFF. The power cord is unplugged from the power outlet. The Touch Screen contrast is not correctly set. The [START] key on the control panel does not light up green. A copy cycle does not start when the [START] key on the Control Panel is touched. The copier must be activated with an Access number. The copier has developed a malfunction. The copier was just turned ON.

The control panel keys do not react to being touched.

The copier is in the interrupt mode. The LED on the [INTERRUPT] key on the control panel is on. The power cord is unplugged from the power outlet. The room circuit breaker is open.

The copier is not activated when the power switch is turned ON.

If any other technical problems should occur:


G G G

Turn the copier off, Remove the power plug from the outlet, and Call your technical representative

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Troubleshooting

7.4

If a Malfunction Code Appears . . .


Message Indicating a Fault

1 Use the power switch to turn the copier off and then on again.
The fault is checked again.

2 only if fault continues to be indicated


Report the code shown on the display to your technical representative. Message Indicating a Malfunction

1 Use the power switch to turn the copier off. 2 Report the code shown on the display to your technical
representative.

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7.5 How to Clear a Paper Misfeed

Troubleshooting

If a paper jam occurs, the following message is shown on the touch screen:

The dots indicate the points at which a paper jam has occurred. Correct the paper misfeed as directed on the following pages:
G G G G G G G G G G G

Main Unit Single Feed Tray Electronic Document Handler EDH-3 Duplex Unit PF7-D/PF-208 Finisher FN-5 Finisher FN-105 Finisher FN-106 Finisher FN-503 Desk Type Cabinet PF-208 Large Desk Type Cabinet PF-115 Large Capacity Cassette C-306/C-306L

see page 7-7 see page 7-11 see page 7-12 see page 7-15 see page 7-17 see page 7-35 see page 7-38 see page 7-41 see page 7-44 see page 7-46 see page 7-48

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Troubleshooting Main Unit

CAUTION Danger of burning from the heating unit! The heating unit may reach temperatures of up to 120C.

When tilting the heating unit forward, touch only the transport section lock release lever (M3) marked yellow.

First, remove misfed paper from the fusing section and then from the paper feed section.

Fusing section

1 Remove the paper from the copy


tray. Remove the copy tray. Open the front door.

2 Open the upper cover (L1) on the


left side of the unit.

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3 Rotate the paper return transport
knob (M1) to the left. This will transport misfed paper out of the fuser unit. Remove the sheet of paper.

Troubleshooting

4 Open the guide plate (M2).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

5 Close the cover (L1) again. Reinstall


the copy tray.

6 Open the middle cover (L2) on the


left side of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

7 Close the cover (L2) again.

8 Release the transport unit with the


lock release lever (M3). Carefully pull out any paper jammed there to the front.

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Troubleshooting

9 Lock the transport unit with the lock


release lever (M3). Close the front door.

Paper feed section

1 Open the cover (R1) on the right


side of the unit.

2 Pull out the jammed paper found


there. Close the cover (R1) again.

3 Carefully pull the paper drawer


currently in use out to the stop. Remove the copy paper from the paper drawer.

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4 Fan the copy paper. Place the copy
paper back in the paper drawer. Close the paper drawer.

Troubleshooting

5 Open and close the front door to


clear the paper misfeed message.

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Troubleshooting Single Feed Tray

1 Unload the paper from the single


feed tray.

2 Open the upper cover (R1) on the


right side of the unit.

3 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the cover (R1) again.

4 Fan the paper from the single feed


tray thoroughly.

5 Replace it in the single feed tray.

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Electronic Document Handler EDH-3

Troubleshooting

First remove jammed originals from the document feed section and then from the scanner section.

Document feed section

1 Remove the stack of originals


from the document feeder.

2 Open the original release cover (F1)


on the right side of the document feeder.

3 Open the document guide (F2).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

4 Lift the document tray (F3) up until


you hear an audible click. Carefully pull out any originals jammed there.

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5 Lift the document guide (F4).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

6 Unlock the document tray (F3). 7 Lower the document tray (F3) again

Scanner section

1 Open the Electronic Document


Handler.

2 Open the document guide (F5) on


the lower right side of the document feeder.

3 Carefully pull out any originals


jammed there.

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4 Open the document guide (F6) on
the lower right side of the document feeder.

Troubleshooting

5 Carefully pull out any originals


jammed there.

6 Close the Electronic Document


Handler again.

7 Close the document guide (F2) and


the original release cover (F1) on the right side of the document feeder. Because of the original misfeed not all of the previously fed originals could be scanned without error. The Touch Screen indicates how many originals could not be scanned.

8 Take the stack of previously fed


originals. Count the number of originals last fed as shown on the Touch Screen. Place the counted originals back in the document feeder.

9 Take the originals that have not yet


been scanned. Place these originals under the previous originals.

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Troubleshooting Duplex Unit PF-7D/PF-208

1 Open the middle cover (L2) and the


lower cover (L1) on the left side of the unit.

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close covers (L2) and (L1) again.

3 Open the lower cover (R2) on the


right side of the unit.

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4 Carefully pull out any paper
jammed there. Close the cover (R2) again.

Troubleshooting

5 Carefully pull the duplex unit out as


far as it will go.

6 Open the guide plate (D). Pull out


the jammed paper found there.

7 Close the guide plate (D). Slide the


duplex unit back into position.

8 Open and close the front door to


clear the paper misfeed message.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-5 Overview

For finisher FN-5, a misfeed indicator corresponding to the location of the paper misfeed is displayed. Check which misfeed indicator it is. Follow the instructions explained for clearing the paper jam.

Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 1 For additional information, see page 7-18.

Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 2 For additional information, see page 7-23.

Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 3 For additional information, see page 7-26.

Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 4 For additional information, see page 7-27.

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Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 1

Troubleshooting

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

The first 8 steps . . .

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the paper misfeed door (H1).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

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3 Open the paper misfeed door (H2).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

4 Close the paper misfeed door (H2).

5 Open the front door on the front of


the finisher.

6 Open the transport unit while


pulling its release lever. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

7 Lift the paper misfeed door (FN3).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. FN3

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8 Rotate the paper transport knob
(FN2) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit.

Troubleshooting

FN2

. . . the next 7 steps . . .

1 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN4).

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN4).

3 Close the transport unit.

4 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN6) and (FN7) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. FN7 FN6

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5 Push the release levers of the paper


misfeed door (FN5) together. Open the paper misfeed door (FN5).

FN5

6 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN5). FN5

7 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN1). Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

FN1

. . . and just a few more steps to go

1 Loosen both screws and open the


paper misfeed door. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

2 Close the paper misfeed door.


Tighten both screws again.

3 Close the paper misfeed door (FN1).

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4 Close the front door.

Troubleshooting

5 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 2

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the front door on the front of


the finisher.

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3 Push the release levers of the paper
misfeed door (FN8) together. Open the paper misfeed door (FN8).

Troubleshooting

FN8

4 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN8). FN8

5 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN6) and (FN7) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. FN7

FN6

6 Push the release levers of the paper


misfeed door (FN5) together. Open the paper misfeed door (FN5).

FN5

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7 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN5). FN5

8 Close the front door.

9 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 3

Troubleshooting

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

1 Open the top offset tray (FN9).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. FN9

2 Close the top offset tray (FN9).

3 Open the staple tray (FN10).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. FN10

4 Close the staple tray (FN10).

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-5 Paper Misfeed 4

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

The first 8 steps . . .

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the paper misfeed door (H1).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

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3 Open the paper misfeed door (H2).
Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

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4 Close the paper misfeed door (H2).

5 Open the front door on the front of


the finisher.

6 Open the transport unit while


pulling its release lever. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

7 Lift the paper misfeed door (FN3).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. FN3

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8 Rotate the paper transport knob


(FN2) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit.

FN2

. . . the next 8 steps . . .

1 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN4).

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN4).

3 Close the transport unit.

4 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN6) and (FN7) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. FN7

FN6

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5 Push the release levers of the paper
misfeed door (FN5) together. Open the paper misfeed door (FN5).

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FN5

6 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN5). FN5

7 Rotate the paper transport knobs


(FN2) and (PF1) to the left five times simultaneously. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. FN2

PF1

8 Check whether there is any visible


jammed paper left in the finisher.

? Is any jammed paper left?

Jammed paper can prevent the paper folding unit (PF2) from being pulled out. Repeat step 7 once again.

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1 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN4).

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN4).

3 Close the transport unit.

4 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN6) and (FN7) to the left. This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. FN7 FN6

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5 Push the release levers of the paper
misfeed door (FN5) together. Open the paper misfeed door (FN5).

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FN5

6 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the paper misfeed door (FN5). FN5

7 Carefully pull out the paper folding


unit (PF2). PF2

8 Open the paper misfeed door (PF3).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

PF3

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1 Lift the paper misfeed door (PF4).

PF4

2 Rotate the paper transport knob


(PF1). This will transport jammed paper out of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. Lower the paper misfeed door (PF4). PF4 PF1

3 Open the paper misfeed door (PF5).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. PF5

4 Open the paper misfeed door (PF6).


Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. PF6

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5 Carefully push the paper folding
unit (PF2) back in.

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PF2

6 Close the front door.

7 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-105

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

First remove the jammed paper from the stapler section and then from the paper transport section of the finisher.

Stapler section

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Pull the jammed paper carefully


from the right side of the finisher.

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3 Open the cover (FN7) on the right
side of the unit.

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4 Open the guide plate (FN8) on the


right side of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

5 Close the cover (FN7) on the right


side of the unit.

Paper transport section

1 Open the front door (FN4) on the


front of the finisher.

2 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN5) to the right simultaneously. This will transport jammed paper out of the staple unit.

3 Close the front door of the finisher


(FN4).

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4 Open the paper release cover (FN1)


at the upper right of the finisher.

5 Swing the guide plate (FN2) in the


paper release cover out of the way. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

6 Open the second guide plate (FN3)


in the paper release cover. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. Close the guide plate (FN3).

7 Close the paper release cover


(FN1).

8 Open the paper release cover (FN6)


on the left side of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

9 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Finisher FN-106

Troubleshooting

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

First remove the jammed paper from the stapler section and then from the paper transport section of the finisher.

Stapler section

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Pull the jammed paper carefully


from the right side of the finisher.

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3 Open the guide plate (FN7) on the


right side of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

Paper transport section

1 Open the front door (FN4) on the


front of the finisher.

2 Rotate the two paper transport


knobs (FN5) to the right simultaneously. This will transport jammed paper out of the staple unit.

3 Close the front door of the finisher


(FN4).

4 Open the paper release cover (FN1)


at the upper right of the finisher.

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5 Swing the guide plate (FN2) in the
paper release cover out of the way. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

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6 Open the second guide plate (FN3)


in the paper release cover. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. Close the guide plate (FN3).

7 Close the paper release cover


(FN1).

8 Open the paper release cover (FN6)


on the left side of the unit. Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

9 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Troubleshooting Mailbin Finisher FN-503

CAUTION Danger of burning on metal parts in the finisher! Metal parts in the finisher can be hot.

Do not touch metal parts in the finisher.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN2). Only if the hole punch feature has been used: Turn the hole adjustment wheel about 4 times downward. Pull out any paper jammed there.

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3 Open the paper misfeed door
(FN3). Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. Close the paper misfeed doors (FN3) and (FN2)

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4 Lift the cover for the top offset tray


(FN1). Carefully pull out any paper jammed there. Close the cover (FN1).

5 Open the paper misfeed cover


(FN4) on the right side of the unit.

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6 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there.

7 Open the paper misfeed door


(FN5). Carefully pull out any paper jammed there.

8 Close the paper misfeed door


(FN4).

9 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Desk Type Cabinet PF-208

Troubleshooting

1 Open the lower cover (R2) on the


right side of the unit.

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the cover (R2) again.

3 Carefully pull the paper drawer out


as far as it will go.

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4 Fan the copy paper. Replace the


copy paper. Close the paper drawer carefully.

5 Open and close the front door to


clear the paper misfeed message.

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Desk Type Cabinet PF-115

Troubleshooting

1 Open the lower cover (R2) on the


right side of the unit.

2 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed there. Close the cover (R2) again.

3 Press the release button on the


paper drawer. The paper plate is lowered.

4 Carefully pull the paper drawer out


as far as it will go.

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5 Remove the copy paper from the


paper drawer.

6 Fan the copy paper. Replace the


copy paper. Close the paper drawer carefully. The paper plate of the drawer is automatically raised.

7 Open and close the front door to


clear the paper misfeed message.

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Large Capacity Cassette C-306/C-306L

Troubleshooting

1 Touch the keys to lower the paper


plate. The paper plate is lowered.

2 Pull and hold the release lever on


the front door. Open the front door.

3 Carefully pull out any paper


jammed in the paper take-up area.

4 Close the front door.

5 Pull and hold the release buttons on


top of the large capacity cassette. Pull the large capacity cassette carefully away from the copier.

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6 Pull the jammed paper carefully


from the back of the large capacity cassette.

7 Slide the large capacity cassette


back to the copier.

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7.6 How to Release a Staple Jam

Troubleshooting

If a staple jam occurs, the following message is shown on the touch screen:

Correct the staple jam as directed on the following pages:


G G G G

Finisher FN-5 Finisher FN-105 Finisher FN-106 Finisher FN-503

see page 7-51 see page 7-53 see page 7-55 see page 7-57


Staple jam corrected and stapling not possible! Contact your technical representative if stapling does not function after correcting a staple jam.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-5 The FN-5 finisher has one staple unit.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the front door of the finisher.

3 Carefully pull the stapler unit out.

4 Press the release button for the


staple cartridge. Remove the staple cartridge from its holder.

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5 Pull about 3 cm of the staple band
out of the staple cartridge and break it off. Make sure the staple band does not stick out (see the figure on the right).

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6 Place the staple cartridge back into


the holder. The staple cartridge locks into place with an audible click.

7 Carefully push the stapler unit back


in. Close the front door of the finisher.

8 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-105 The FN-105 finisher has two staple units.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Open the cover (FN7) on the right


side of the finisher.

3 Rotate the green dial to the left.


This moves the staple units to the middle.

4 Pull the two staple units carefully


from the holders.

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5 Lift the staple guide. Pull a set of
staples out.

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6 Lower the staple guide. 7 Carry out steps 5 and 6 with the
second staple unit.

8 Replace the staple units in the


holders. The staple units click into the holders with an audible click.

9 Close the cover (FN7) on the right


side of the unit. Slide the finisher carefully back to the copier.

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Troubleshooting Finisher FN-106 The FN-106 finisher has one staple unit.

1 Reach into the recessed grip at the


top of the finisher. Pull the finisher carefully from the copier.

2 Rotate the green dial on the right


side of the finisher to the left. This moves the staple unit to the middle.

3 Pull the staple unit carefully from


the holder.

4 Lift the staple guide. Pull a set of


staples out.

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5 Lower the staple guide of the staple
unit.

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6 Position the staple unit back in the


holder. The staple unit clicks into the holder with an audible click.

7 Slide the finisher carefully back to


the copier.

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Troubleshooting Mailbin Finisher FN-503 The mailbin finisher is equipped with a stapler unit.

1 Open the cover for the top offset


tray (FN1).

2 Pull out any remaining copy paper.


Close the cover (FN1).

3 Push and hold the button. While


holding it, turn it counterclockwise to open the cover of the stapler unit.

4 Lift the stapler unit out of its bay.

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5 Press the green lever down.
Remove the staple cartridge.

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6 Lift the staple guide. Pull a set of


staples out. Lower the staple guide.

7 Position the staple cartridge into


the staple unit. The staple unit clicks into the holder with an audible click.

8 Align the arrows on the stapler unit


to those on the finisher. Position the staple unit back in the holder bay.

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9 Push and hold the button. While


holding it, turn it clockwise to close the cover of the stapler unit. The copier runs about 10 test staple cycles without setting ay staples. During this, the stack of paper is aligned based on the required stapling position.

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7.7 These Functions Cannot Be Combined!

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The following table shows the explanations of the function combinations.


The following symbols are used: O A A B C D F G H I J K L M The function that was activated first has priority. The function that was activated last has priority. One of the functions must be disabled before a copy cycle can be started. The combination will be automatically disabled in copy mode 1>2. The first selected function has priority. The combination is not possible if a specific paper size is set. The function that was activated first has priority. Auto Size will be automatically activated. Mixed Original Detection is always activated. Mixed Original Detection is activated with Auto Detect and not activated with Size Input. The zoom factor will be automatically set to 1.000. Zoom factors cannot be stored in interrupt mode. The function that was activated last has priority. (Auto Paper will be automatically activated.) The function that was activated last has priority. (Non Sort will be automatically activated.) The function that was activated last has priority. (Sorting will be automatically activated.) Functions only if Separation and 2-sided Copy are activated with Book Original. These functions cannot be combined except with Separation. (The function that was activated first has priority.) The combination is not possible, except if Auto Paper is activated and Staple was automatically disabled. (This combination is only possible if combined with Z-Fold.) This combination is only possible if Auto Paper Mode is applied, the FN-5 finisher is installed and Stapling is disabled automatically. (This combination is only possible if combined with Z-Fold.) If an FN-105, FN-106 or FN-503 finisher is installed, this combination is only possible if the original pages have varying widths and Auto Paper Mode is enabled. (Staple is automatically disabled.)

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If the FN-5 finisher is installed, the function enabled last is given priority (Centre Staple is enabled automatically). If an FN-105, FN-106 or FN-503 finisher is installed, the function enabled last is given priority. This combination is only possible if the finishing mode of the Z-fold differs from the size of the cover sheet or the inserted page. The function that was activated first has priority. (Neither the cover sheet nor the inserted page can be Z-folded.) The combination is only possible if the Finisher FN-5 is installed. If an FN-105, FN-106 or FN-503 finisher is installed, the function enabled last is given priority. The function that was activated last has priority. (Centre Staple is enabled automatically.) The 2-Point Staple function is enabled automatically. No effect.

The following symbols are used: P

S T

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Basic Settings
These functions cannot be combined. Auto Paper Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Auto Size Mode X/Y Zoom Half Fold B A

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Original: Book Book Erase Page Arrangement Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

H A H O O H O O O O O O H O O O O O

Manual Paper Mode

Auto Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Auto Size Mode Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum

Z-Fold Reserve Copy Job Auto Size Mode Z-Fold OHP Interleaving Image Stamping Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion Image Stamping Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input Half Fold Z-Fold Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving Image Stamping Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input

Normal

OHP

Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Normal Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Auto Size Mode Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Normal Single Feed Tray - OHP Auto Size Mode Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease

A O O O O A O O O P O

Single Feed Tray

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Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray 1:1 Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Memory Input Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad O O O O O O H A A Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving Image Stamping Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input X/Y Zoom Z-Fold Original: Book Book Erase Page Arrangement Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input O O O O O H F B B F B F B F B B B B F

These functions cannot be combined.

Single Feed Tray

Auto Size

Small Sizes

1:1

Auto Size Mode Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Memory Input

Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad X/Y Zoom Half Fold Reserve Copy Job X/Y Zoom Half Fold Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input X/Y Zoom Half Fold Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input X/Y Zoom Half Fold Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input Half Fold Z-Fold Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input

Modified Zoom Factor

Auto Size Mode 1:1 Zoom Memory Input Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad Auto Size Mode 1:1 Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad Auto Size Mode 1:1 Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Memory Input Auto Paper Mode Auto Size Mode 1:1 Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Memory Input Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad

Zoom Memory Input

Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad X/Y Zoom

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These functions cannot be combined. Non-sort Sort Group Corner Staple 2-point staple J J I O S O O P O O

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Centre Staple Number Stamping Sets Reserve Copy Job OHP Interleaving Reserve Copy Job Number Stamping Sets Reserve Copy Job Half Fold Booklet OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Crease Booklet OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Half Fold Z-Fold OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Crease Booklet OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

J J I J T O O N

Sort Group

Non-sort Group Non-sort Sort OHP Interleaving Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Non-sort 2-point staple Centre Staple Crease Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Non-sort Corner Staple Centre Staple Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Non-sort Corner Staple 2-point staple Punching Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Centre Staple

Corner Staple

2-point staple

S O O M T T O M

Centre Staple

Punching

O O

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Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Corner Staple 2-point staple Punching Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Corner Staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Z-Fold Original: Book Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Normal Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Auto Size Mode X/Y Zoom Centre Staple Crease Half Fold O O O O O O O O L O O O O O O O O O O O Half Fold Z-Fold OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving File Margin Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Loading onto the Original Glass O O O O O O O A

These functions cannot be combined. Crease

Half Fold

Z-Fold

Original: Book Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Book Erase Page Arrangement OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Loading onto the Original Glass

O O O O O C A

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Orig.>Copy Settings
These functions cannot be combined. Original: 2-sided Original: Book Book Erase Page Arrangement O O L O O O O O O 1-sided

Troubleshooting

Mixed Original Detection Reserve Copy Job Page Arrangement Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Original Text Direction Copy: Margin Page Arrangement Page Insertion Edge/Frame Erase Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input

2-sided

Original: 1-sided Original: Book Book Erase Auto Paper Mode Auto Size Mode Half Fold Z-Fold Original: 1-sided Original: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet

O O K O O K O O

Original

1-sided Book

Copy: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Half Fold Copy: 1-sided Single 2in1/4in1 X/Y Zoom Z-Fold Original: Book Copy: 1-sided Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet

Booklet Page Arrangement Reserve Copy Job Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Arrangement OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Reserve Copy Job Book Erase Page Arrangement Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

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Single-2in1, Single-4in1

Copy

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Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes X/Y Zoom Half Fold Z-Fold Original: Book Copy: 1-sided Copy: 2-sided Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes X/Y Zoom Corner Staple 2-point staple Punching Half Fold Z-Fold Original: Book Copy: 1-sided Original: Book Book Erase Page Arrangement Document Handler Reserve Copy Job O O O O O O O O O O O O O O L O Image Repeat Reserve Copy Job Booklet Original Text Direction Copy: Margin Page Insertion Edge/Frame Erase Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input O O O O O Single 2in1/4in1 Booklet Book Erase Page Arrangement OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Copy: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Book Erase Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job O O

These functions cannot be combined.

Double-2in1 Double-4in1

Margin

Original Text Direction

Copy

Booklet

E O O O

Original: Book Book Erase Page Arrangement Auto Paper Mode Auto Size Mode Half Fold Z-Fold Original: 1-sided Original: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1

Book Erase

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These functions cannot be combined. Page Arrangemen t Auto Paper Mode Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Auto Size Mode Half Fold Z-Fold Original: 1-sided Original: 2-sided Copy: 1-sided O O O O O

Troubleshooting

Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Original Text Direction Copy: Margin Page Insertion OHP Interleaving Edge/Frame Erase Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input

O O O

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These functions cannot be combined. Cover Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Half Fold Single Feed Tray - OHP Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Half Fold Z-Fold Original: Book Booklet Book Erase Single Feed Tray Normal Single Feed Tray - Card/ Vellum Single Feed Tray - Small Sizes Sort Group Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Half Fold Image Repeat Original: Book Book Erase O O O O O O Q O O O O O O O O O O O O O Z-Fold Booklet OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

Q E O O O A

Page Insertion

Page Arrangement OHP Interleaving Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Loading onto the Original Glass Half Fold Z-Fold Copy: 2-sided Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion Image Repeat Number Stamping Sets Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Document Handler Reserve Copy Job Page Arrangement Reserve Copy Job

OHP Interleaving

O O O O O O O O

File Margin Edge/Frame Erase

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These functions cannot be combined. Image Repeat Auto Paper Mode Auto Size Mode Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Original: Book Copy: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

Troubleshooting

Original Text Direction Copy: Margin Book Erase Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving File Margin Number Stamping Image Stamping Mixed Original Detection Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

O O O O O O O O D

Page Number Datum

Image Repeat Reserve Copy Job Image Repeat Reserve Copy Job

Distribution Number

Number Stamping

Non-sort Group OHP Interleaving

O O O

Image Repeat Reserve Copy Job

Image Stamping

Image Repeat Reserve Copy Job

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Troubleshooting Other
These functions cannot be combined. Mixed Original Detection Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Original: 1-sided Copy: 2-sided N M M O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O G G G O O O O O O O O A Original Text Direction Book Erase Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving File Margin Image Repeat Mixed Original Detection Reserve Copy Job Loading onto the Original Glass Image Memory Input Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving Number Stamping Sets Reserve Copy Job Image Memory Input Image Memory Input Reserve Copy Job Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Page Insertion Image Repeat Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

O O O O D

Separate Scan Document Feeder

Reserve Copy Job Auto Paper Mode Auto Size Mode Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Half Fold Z-Fold Original: 2-sided Original: Book Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

Interruption

Zoom Memory Input Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad X/Y Zoom Sort Group Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Single Feed Tray OHP Interleaving Page Insertion Document Handler

Reserve Copy Job Loading onto the Original Glass

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These functions cannot be combined. Image Memory Input Auto Paper Mode Manual Paper Mode Single Feed Tray Auto Size Mode 1:1 Modified Zoom Factor Zoom Memory Input Zoom Factor from Numeric Keypad X/Y Zoom Non-sort Sort Group Corner Staple 2-point staple Centre Staple Punching Crease Half Fold Z-Fold

Troubleshooting

Original: 1-sided Original: 2-sided Original: Book Copy: 1-sided Copy: 2-sided Single 2in1/4in1 Double 2in1/4in1 Booklet Original Text Direction Copy: Margin Book Erase Page Arrangement Cover Page Insertion OHP Interleaving File Margin Edge/Frame Erase Image Repeat Number Stamping Document Handler Reserve Copy Job

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Appendix

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8.1

Appendix
Care of the Unit

WARNING Danger of electric shock The copier is equipped with high-voltage components. Incorrect use of the copier may result in electric shock.

Shut off the copier with the power switch before cleaning the unit.

Cleaning Clean the copier as described below.

1 Housing
clean with a soft cloth dampened with mild detergent.

2 Original Cover
clean with a soft cloth dampened with mild detergent.

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3 Control Panel and Touch Screen
clean with a soft dry cloth.

Appendix

4 Original Glass
clean with a soft dry cloth.

Original Glass

5 Front Door
clean with a soft dry cloth.

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1 Open the automatic document


feeder.

2 Clean the original pad with a soft


cloth dampened with mild detergent.

3 Clean the surface of the guide plate


and polyester film with a soft dry cloth. Document Guide Plate Polyester Film

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Cleaning the Corona Units

Appendix

Clean the corona units if your copies have repeated longitudinal stripes.

1 Carefully pull the upper corona unit


cleaner out as far as it will go.

2 Push the corona unit cleaner back


fully.

3 Carefully pull the lower corona unit


cleaner out as far as it will go.

4 Push the corona unit cleaner back


fully.

5 Repeat the complete cleaning


process two or three times.

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For further information, consult your technical representative.

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Specifications
Copier Di470
Specifications Type Original Glass Photoconductor Copying System Developing System Fusing System Resolution Types of Original Copier/Printer Stationary OPC Electrostatic Dry Powdered Image Transfer to Plain Paper Micro-Toning System Lamp-Heated Roller 600 dpi Single sheets, books and other three-dimensional objects Maximum original size:A3 L Maximum original weight:3 kg Plain paper (60 to 90 g/m) Recycled paper Special Paper (only with the single feed tray): Thick paper (91 to 160 g/m),transparent paper, OHP transparencies 1st/2nd Paper Drawer: A3L to A5L Single Feed Tray: crosswise 100 mm 297 mm lengthwise 148 mm 432 mm 1st/2nd Paper Drawer: 500 sheets each (80 g/m2) Single Feed Tray: 50 sheets (80 g/m2) 20 sheets (recycled and exclusive papers) 99 seconds or less A4 C = 4 seconds or less (at zoom factor 1.000 and feed from 1st paper drawer) at zoom factor x1.000 A3L: 28 B4L: 32 A4L: 36 A4 C 47

Paper Types

Paper Size

Capacity

Warm-up Time 1st Copy

Copy Speed (approx. copies/ minute)

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Specifications Zoom Factors (Metric)

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Standard Zoom Factors Normal mode: 1.000 0.005 Reduction factors: 0.500, 0.707, 0.816, 0.930 Enlargement factors: 1.154, 1.414, 2.000 Zoom Factors: from 0.250 to 4.000 in 0.001 increments up to 999 copies (count-down system) Auto Exposure Manual Exposure Text Mode, Photo Mode, Text/Photo Mode with 1-sided copy, zoom factor 1.000 Feed page 3 mm opposite the feed page 3 mm reverse page 3 mm 220 V - 240 V; 50-60 Hz Less than 1.5 kW Width: Depth: Height: 113 kg 664 mm 770 mm 1,032 mm

Multiple Copies Exposure

Lost Image

Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions

Weight

Paper Feed Unit PF-208


Specifications Paper Types Paper Size Plain Paper (60 g/m to 90 g/m), Recycled Paper Duplex Unit 3rd Paper Drawer 4th Paper Drawer 3rd Paper Drawer 4th Paper Drawer supplied from copier Width: Depth: Height: 45.5 kg 664 mm 730 mm 388 mm A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A4 L 500 sheets (80 g/m2) 500 sheet (80 g/m2)

Capacity Power Requirements Dimensions

Weight

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Specifications Paper Types Paper Size Capacity Power Requirements Dimensions Plain Paper (60 g/m to 90 g/m), Recycled Paper Duplex Unit A3 L to A5 L 3rd Paper Drawer A4 C 3rd Paper Drawer 2,500 sheets (80 g/m2) supplied from copier Width: Depth: Height: 47.6 kg 664 mm 730 mm 388 mm

Weight

Duplex Unit PF-7D


Specifications Paper Types Paper Size Power Requirements Dimensions Plain Paper (60 g/m to 90 g/m), Recycled Paper Duplex Unit:A3L to A5L supplied from copier Width: Depth: Height: 37.5 kg 664 mm 730 mm 388 mm

Weight

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Electronic Document Handler EDH-3
Specifications Document Handler Default: 1-sided originals, 2-sided originals Mixed Original Detection: 1-sided originals, 2-sided originals Single Feed Tray: 1-sided originals Sheet Originals 1-sided originals 2-sided originals Mixed Original Detection Single Feed Tray 1-sided originals 2-sided originals Mixed Original Detection Single Feed Tray 50 g/m2 60 g/m2 60 g/m2 35 g/m2

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Types of Original

to 110 g/m2 to 90 g/m2 to 90 g/m2 to 160 g/m2

Original Size

A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A5 L A3 L to A4 A3 L to A5 L

Capacity Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions

up to 100 sheets (80 g/m2) supplied from copier 72 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 13 kg 662 mm 579 mm 139 mm

Weight

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Specifications Offset Trays Finishing Modes Paper Types Top Offset Tray, Bottom Offset Tray Non-Sort, Sort, Group, Staple, Hole Punch and Folding Non-Sort, Sort, Group Plain paper (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2) Recycled paper Special paper: thick papers (91 g/m2 to 160 g/m2) transparent papers OHP transparencies Staple, Hole Punch and Folding Plain paper (60 g/m2 to 80 g/m2) Recycled paper see note below Plain paper (80 g/m2) Recycled paper see note below Special paper: 10 sheets each OHP transparencies (max. size = letter) thick paper transparent paper Paper size Punching supplied from copier 96 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 94.2 kg 1 staple holder with 5,000 staples/holder 1,026 mm 664 mm 1,111 mm A3 L to A4 4-point punching

Capacity

Punching Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions

Weight Options


Finisher FN-5 and the auto dual function! If the auto dual function is enabled, output is automatically distributed to the trays. For more information, see page 4-27.

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Finisher FN-105
Specifications Offset Trays Finishing Modes Paper Types Top Offset Tray, Bottom Offset Tray Non-sort, Sort, Group, Staple, Hole Punch Top Offset Tray (Non-sort) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Special paper: thick papers (91 g/m2 to 160 g/m2) transparent papers OHP transparencies Top Offset Tray (Hole Punch) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Bottom Offset Tray (Sort, Group) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 160 g/m 2) Recycled paper Lower Exit Tray (Staple, Hole Punch) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Top Offset Tray: A3L to A6L Bottom Offset Tray: A3L to A4 Top Offset Tray Plain paper (80 g/m 2) 250 sheets Recycled paper 250 sheets Special paper 20 sheets Bottom Offset Tray Plain paper (80 g/m 2), recycled paper A4 L or smaller 3,000 sheets larger than B4 L 1,500 sheets

Appendix

Paper Size Capacity

Stapling Punching Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions

Paper size A3 L to A4 Number of copies 2 to 50 sheets (80 g/m2) Paper size Punching supplied from copier 63 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 39.2 kg 2 staple holders with 5,000 staples/holder 538 mm 629 mm 978 mm A3 L to A5 L 4-point punching

Weight Options

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Specifications Offset Trays Finishing Modes Paper Types Top Offset Tray, Bottom Offset Tray Non-sort, Sort, Group, Staple Top Offset Tray (Non-sort) Plain paper (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2) Recycled paper Special paper: thick papers (91 g/m2 to 160 g/m2) transparent papers OHP transparencies Bottom Offset Tray (Sort, Group) Plain paper (60 g/m2 to 160 g/m2) Recycled paper Bottom Offset Tray (Staple) Plain paper (60 g/m2 to 80 g/m2) Recycled paper Top Offset Tray: A3L to A6L Bottom Offset Tray: A3L to A4 Top Offset Tray Plain paper (80 g/m2) 250 sheets Recycled paper 250 sheets Special paper 20 sheets Bottom Offset Tray Plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper Letter L or smaller 1,000 sheets larger than Legal L 500 sheets Paper size A3 L to A4 Number of copies 2 to 30 sheets (80 g/m 2) supplied from copier 63 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 35.5 kg 1 staple holder with 3,000 staples/holder 538 mm 629 mm 978 mm

Paper Size Capacity

Stapling Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions

Weight Options

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Mailbin Finisher FN-503
Specifications Offset Trays Finishing Modes Paper Types Top Offset Tray, Bottom Offset Tray, Print Output (5 trays) Non-sort, Sort, Group, Staple, Hole Punch

Appendix

Top Offset Tray (Non-sort) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Special paper: thick paper (91 g/m 2 to 160 g/m2), transparent paper, OHP transparencies Top Offset Tray (Hole Punch) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Bottom Offset Tray (Hole Punch) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Bottom Offset Tray (Staple) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 80 g/m 2) Recycled paper Print Output (Sort, Group, Hole Punch) Plain paper (60 g/m 2 to 90 g/m 2) Recycled paper Top Offset Tray: A3L to A6L Bottom Offset Tray:A3L to A4 Print Output: A3L to A5L Top Offset Tray Plain paper (80 g/m 2), recycled paper: max. A5 to A6 L 250 sheets max. A3 L to A4 500 sheets Special paper: thick paper 20 sheets transparent paper 10 sheets OHP transparencies 10 sheets Bottom Offset Tray plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper A4 L or smaller 1,000 sheets larger than B4 L 500 sheets Print Output plain paper (80 g/m2), 200 sheets/tray recycled paper Paper size A3 L to A4 Number of copies 2 to 50 sheets (80 g/m2) Paper size Punching A3 L to A4 4-point punching

Paper Size

Capacity

Stapling Punching

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Specifications Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions supplied from copier 63 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 48.5 kg 1 staple holder with 5,000 staples/holder 682 mm 620 mm 984 mm

Weight Options

Paper Feed Unit C-306


Specifications Paper Types Paper Size Capacity Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions Plain paper (60 g/m to 90 g/m), recycled paper A4 C, Letter C 3,000 sheets (80 g/m 2) supplied from copier 30 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 14.2 kg 287 mm 446 mm 491 mm

Weight

Paper Feed Unit C-306L


Specifications Paper Types Paper Size Capacity Power Requirements Current Consumption Dimensions Plain paper (60 g/m to 90 g/m), recycled paper A4 L, A4 C, Legal L, Letter L, Letter C 3,000 sheets (80 g/m 2) supplied from copier 40 W or less Width: Depth: Height: 16.4 kg 440 mm 446 mm 491 mm

Weight

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8.4 Paper Size Tables
Metric
Name A3 A4 A5 A6 B4 B5 B6 Postcard Size (mm) 297 x 420 mm 210 x 297 mm 148 x 210 mm 105 x 148 mm 257 x 364 mm 182 x 257 mm 128 x 182 mm 100 x 148 mm Size (Inch) 11-3/4" x 16-1/2" 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" 5-3/4" x 8-1/4" 4-1/4" x 5-3/4" 10" x 14-1/4" 7-1/4" x 10" 5" x 7-1/4" 4" x 5-3/4"

Appendix

Inch
Name Ledger 11" x 14" Computer 10" x 14" 9-1/4" x 14" Legal Foolscap Foolscap Foolscap Foolscap 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" Letter Government Letter Quarto Statement Invoice Folio Government Legal Size (Inch) 11" x 17" 11" x 14" 10-1/8" x 14" 10" x 14" 9-1/4" x 14" 8-1/2" x 14" 8-1/2" x 13" 8" x 13" 8-2/3" x 13" 8-1/4" x 13" 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" 8-1/2" x 11" 8" x 10-1/2" 8" x 10" 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" Size (mm) 279 x 432 mm 279 x 356 mm 257 x 356 mm 254 x 356 mm 236 x 356 mm 216 x 356 mm 216 x 330 mm 203 x 330 mm 220 x 330 mm 210 x 330 mm 210 x 301 mm 216 x 279 mm 203 x 267 mm 203 x 254 mm 140 x 216 mm

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Zoom Factor Tables


Metric
Original Size A3 Copy Size A4 A5 B4 B5 A4 A5 A6 B5 B6 A3 B4 A5 A6 B6 A4 A3 B4 B5 A6 A4 A5 B5 B6 Zoom Factor x 0.707 x 0.500 x 0.866 x 0.610 x 0.707 x 0.500 x 0.866 x 1.224 x 1.414 x 1.224 x 0.707 x 0.866 x 1.414 x 2.000 x 1.733 x 1.224 x 2.000 x 1.414 x 1.733 x 1.224 B6 B5 Original Size B4 Copy Size A4 A5 B5 B6 A3 A5 A6 B6 A3 A4 B4 A6 A4 A5 B4 B5 Zoom Factor x 0.816 x 0.577 x 0.707 x 0.500 x 1.145 x 0.816 x 0.577 x 0.707 x 1.640 x 1.154 x 1.414 x 0.816 x 1.640 x 1.154 x 2.000 x 1.414

Inch

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Original Size 11" x 17" Copy Size 11" x 14" Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice 11" x 15" 11" x 14" Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice 11" x 14" Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice Legal Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice Zoom Factor x 0.823 x 0.772 x 0.764 x 0.647 x 0.500 x 0.933 x 0.772 x 0.722 x 0.733 x 0.500 x 0.772 x 0.772 x 0.772 x 0.500 x 0.928 x 0.785 x 0.607 x 1.214 Invoice Letter Original Size Foolscap Copy Size Foolscap Letter Invoice 11" x 17" Invoice 11" x 17" 11" x 14" 11" x 17" 11" x 14" Legal Foolscap Letter

Appendix

Zoom Factor x 0.846 x 0.647 x 1.294 x 1.076 x 0.647 x 1.294 x 1.272 x 2.000 x 1.647 x 1.545 x 1.529 x 1.294

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8.6

CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity)


This product complies with the following EU drivers: 89/336/EEC, 73/23/ EEC and 93/68/EEC directives. This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union.

WARNING Incorrect cable types can cause interference to radio communications! This device may only be operated when equipped with shielded interface cables. The use of other cable types can impair radio communications. According to EC guidelines, this is not permitted.

Use only shielded interface cables.

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Appendix

Certifications on the Manufacturer's Name Plate


Certifications are printed on the Manufacturer's Name Plate for the copier. The certifications are defined as follows:

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50-60 7,1

5 4
N87/Z132

2
MADE IN CHINA

MINOLTA CO.,LTD

Item 1

Name EMC

Meaning The certification office confirms the observance of all legally mandatory European EMC standards that apply to this device. The certification office confirms the observance of all legally mandatory German safety standards (tested safety) that apply to this device. The certification office confirms the observance of all national Australian and New Zealand standards that apply to this device. The certification office confirms the observance of the Russian standards for device safety and electromagnetic compatibility. The certification office confirms the observance of all legally mandatory Norwegian safety standards that apply to this device. The certification office confirms the observance of all legally mandatory European safety and EMC standards that apply to this device.

TV-GS

N87/Z132

PCT

CE

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Directory of Abbreviations
ADF approx. Auto. C e.g. EDH EMC FLS GS L Man. OHP SDF TV Automatic Document Feeder Electronic Document Handler (see EDH) Approximately Automatic Crosswise, such as A4 C For example Electronic Document Hander Automatic Document Feeder (see ADF) Electromagnetic compatibility Foolscap Tested safety Lengthwise, e.g. A4 L Manual Overhead projector Single Document Feeder Single Automatic Document Feeder German technical control board

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Appendix

Numerics
2in1, 4in1, Booklet Zoom Factor ...................................................... 6-26 2-Point Staple ......................................................................... 4-27, 4-33 4in1 Copy order ................................................................................ 6-28

A
Abbreviations .................................................................................... 8-19 Access Number .................................................................................. 3-4 Access Number, reset ...................................................................... 6-44 Administrator Mode .......................................................................... 6-35 Administrator Number ......................................................................... 3-4 Appendix ............................................................................................. 8-1 Auto Copy Start ................................................................................ 3-26 Auto Drawer Switching ..................................................................... 3-26 Auto Dual Function ........................................................................... 4-27 Auto Exposure Mode ........................................................................ 4-61 Auto Panel Reset .............................................................................. 6-30 Auto Paper ........................................................................................ 6-24 Auto Paper Mode ................................................................................ 4-2 Auto Shut Off ................................................................ 3-26, 6-30, 6-49 Auto Size ................................................................................... 4-8, 6-24 Automatic Document Feeder ...................................................... 3-8, 8-3 Automatic reset ................................................................................. 3-26 Auxiliary functions ................................................................... 4-64, 7-69

B
Back cover ........................................................................................ 4-65 Basic drawers ................................................................................... 2-35 Basic settings ................................................................................... 7-62 Basics ................................................................................................. 4-1

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C
Calling up, zoom factor .....................................................................4-15 Calling up,zoom factor ......................................................................4-17 Care of the unit ....................................................................................8-1 CE Label ............................................................................................8-17 Centre Staple ...........................................................................4-27, 4-33 Certifications, manufacturer's name plate ........................................8-18 Change number of copies .................................................................3-21 Changing a staple cartridge Finisher FN-503 ...........................................................................2-55 Check, copy job program ....................................................................6-4 Check, image ....................................................................................6-13 Check, settings ....................................................................................3-5 Cleaning, copier ..................................................................................8-1 Cleaning, corona units .........................................................................8-4 Combining, functions ................................................................5-1, 7-60 Confirmation beep .............................................................................6-29 Connect, copier .................................................................................2-25 Control Panel .....................................................................................2-27 Copier ..................................................................................................2-1 connect ........................................................................................2-25 set up ...........................................................................................2-23 switching off ................................................................................2-26 switching on .................................................................................2-25 transport ......................................................................................2-23 Copier maintenance ............................................................................8-4 Copy cycle interrupt .........................................................................................3-6 start ................................................................................................3-6 stop ................................................................................................3-7 Copy density .....................................................................................4-60 Copy job program check .............................................................................................6-4 delete .............................................................................................6-7 recall ..............................................................................................6-6 store ...............................................................................................6-1 Copy limits .........................................................................................6-41 Copy Mode ..............................................................................4-48, 4-51 Copy start, automatic ........................................................................3-26

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Appendix Copy Track Data ............................................................................... 6-43 Copy Track, turn on .......................................................................... 6-37 Copying books ........................................................................ 3-14, 4-55 Copying bound originals ................................................................... 3-14 Corner Staple .......................................................................... 4-27, 4-32 Corona units ....................................................................................... 8-4 Counters, reset ................................................................................. 6-46 Cover ................................................................................................ 4-65 Crease ............................................................................................... 4-40 Creating OHP sets ............................................................................ 4-71 Criss-cross mode ................................................................... 4-25, 6-26

D
Darker, copy ..................................................................................... 4-62 Date Printing Format ......................................................................... 6-28 Declaration of Conformity ................................................................. 8-17 Delete, copy job program ................................................................... 6-7 Delete, image .................................................................................... 6-15 Delete, reserve copy job ................................................................... 3-22 Density .............................................................................................. 4-60 Density Mode .................................................................................... 4-63 Desk-type Cabinet ............................................................................ 2-11 Display language ............................................................................... 6-24 Document Handler, Electronic ............................................................ 2-5 Drawer switching, automatic ............................................................ 3-26 Duplex Cabinet ................................................................................. 2-10

E
Edge/frame erase .............................................................................. 4-76 Electronic Document Handler ............................................................. 2-5 Energy Save Mode .................................................................. 3-26, 6-30 Environmental protection .................................................................... 1-2 Environmental requirements ............................................................. 2-23 Errors .......................................................................................... 7-1, 7-5 Exposure ........................................................................................... 6-33 Exposure fine adjustment ................................................................. 6-26

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F
Feed originals ............................................................................3-9, 3-12 File margin .........................................................................................4-74 File margin, originals with ..................................................................4-53 Finisher ................................................................................ 2-6, 2-7, 2-8 Finishing ..............................................................................................4-1 Finishing priority ................................................................................6-26 Finishing, offset .................................................................................4-25 Folding ........................................................................... 4-40, 4-43, 4-45 Functions, combining ................................................................5-1, 7-60

G
Group ................................................................................................4-25

H
Half Fold ..................................................................................4-40, 4-43 Hard disk ...........................................................................................2-13

I
Image check ...........................................................................................6-13 delete ...........................................................................................6-15 storing ............................................................................................6-9 Image Density (ADF) ..........................................................................6-33 Image Density Priority .......................................................................6-26 Image Repeat ....................................................................................4-78 Image Stamping ................................................................................4-90 Indicators ...........................................................................................2-27 Insert page .........................................................................................4-68 Inserting a Date .................................................................................4-82 Inserting Page Numbers ....................................................................4-82 Inserting Set Numbers .......................................................................4-82 Installation site ...................................................................................2-23 Intelligent sorting ...............................................................................6-26 Intended use ......................................................................................2-58 Interrupt copy cycle .............................................................................3-6

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Job List ............................................................................................. 3-19

K
Keys .................................................................................................. 2-27

L
Language, display ............................................................................. 6-24 Large Capacity Cassette ........................................................ 2-12, 2-13 Large Desk-Type Cabinet ................................................................... 2-9 Laser radiation, internal .................................................................... 2-18 Laser safety ....................................................................................... 2-17 Lighter, copy ..................................................................................... 4-62 Limit, number of copies .................................................................... 6-48 Loading, zoom factor ........................................................................ 4-22

M
Mailbin Finisher ................................................................................... 2-7 Maintenance ....................................................................................... 8-4 Malfunction ......................................................................... 7-1, 7-4, 7-5 Malfunction code ................................................................................ 7-5 Manual Stapling ................................................................................ 4-35 Manufacturer's name plate ..................................................... 2-22, 8-18 Memory Expansion Module .............................................................. 2-13 Memory Recall ........................................................................ 3-17, 6-24 Menus ............................................................................................... 2-33 Messages, Touch Screen ................................................................... 7-3 Meter Counts .................................................................................... 6-17 Misfeed Clearing Procedures ............................................................. 7-6 Mixed Original Detection .................................................................. 3-10 Mode Check ....................................................................................... 3-5

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N
Noise Emission ..................................................................................2-19 Non-sort ............................................................................................4-24 Number of copies ................................................................................3-5 Number of copies, limit .....................................................................6-48

O
Offset Tray Priority .............................................................................6-33 OHP Interleaving ...............................................................................4-71 Optional equipment .............................................................................2-4 Original > Copy .............................................................. 4-48 , 6-24, 7-66 Original cover ......................................................................................2-4 Original detection ..............................................................................6-24 Original glass .....................................................................................3-13 Originals different sizes ...............................................................................3-10 same size .......................................................................................3-9 Originals with file margin ...................................................................4-53 Originals, feed .....................................................................................3-9 Originals, scanning ............................................................................3-15

P
Page Numbering ................................................................................4-82 Pages, insert ......................................................................................4-68 Paper ...................................................................................................4-1 Paper Mode manual ...........................................................................................4-3 Paper size ..........................................................................................8-14 Paper size counter .............................................................................6-17 Paper size, Single Feed Tray ...............................................................4-6 Paper type, Single Feed Tray ..............................................................4-4 Password ...................................................................................3-4, 3-24 Photo, Density Mode .........................................................................4-63 Position of page number ...................................................................6-28 Print Job ............................................................................................3-24 Print position date .............................................................................6-28 Printer Controller ...............................................................................2-13 Di470 8-25

Appendix Priority Device ................................................................................... 6-33 Program .............................................................................................. 6-6 Punching ........................................................................................... 4-38

R
Recall, copy job program .................................................................... 6-6 Recycled paper ................................................................................... 1-2 Refilling paper drawers ..................................................................... 2-35 Replacing staple cartridge Finisher FN-105 ........................................................................... 2-50 Finisher FN-106 ........................................................................... 2-53 Finisher FN-5 ............................................................................... 2-47 Replacing toner bottle ...................................................................... 2-44 Reserve copy job .............................................................................. 3-18 change number of copies ........................................................... 3-21 check settings ............................................................................. 3-20 delete ........................................................................................... 3-22 Reset Access number ....................................................................... 6-44 Reset after removal of key copy counter .......................................... 6-30 Reset all counters ............................................................................. 6-46 Reset, automatic ............................................................................... 3-26 Reset, settings .................................................................................... 3-7 Reutilisation ........................................................................................ 1-2

S
Safety label ....................................................................................... 2-19 Safety notes ...................................................................................... 2-14 Saving, zoom factor .......................................................................... 4-19 Scanning, originals ............................................................................ 3-15 Selecting the Paper Drawer manually ................................................. 4-3 Separate scanning ............................................................................ 3-15 Separator pages ............................................................................... 4-68 Set Date/Time ................................................................................... 6-33 Setting access numbers ................................................................... 6-39 Settings ............................................................................................... 3-5 check ................................................................................... 3-20, 6-4 reset .............................................................................................. 3-7 Shut Off, automatic ................................................................. 3-26, 6-49

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Shutting down ...................................................................................2-58 Single Feed Tray ......................................................................2-42, 3-12 Paper size ......................................................................................4-6 Paper type .....................................................................................4-4 Size selection, automatic ....................................................................4-8 Sleep Mode .............................................................................3-26, 6-30 Small originals ...................................................................................6-28 Sort ....................................................................................................4-25 Space requirements ..........................................................................2-24 Special paper ....................................................................................6-30 Specifications ......................................................................................8-5 Staple ............................................................................ 4-32, 4-33, 4-35 Staple jam ..........................................................................................7-50 Stapling .............................................................................................4-27 Start, copy cycle ..................................................................................3-6 Stop, copy cycle ..................................................................................3-7 Storage, copier ..................................................................................2-58 Store, copy job program .....................................................................6-1 Store, supplies ...................................................................................2-24 Store, zoom factor .............................................................................4-13 Storing, image .....................................................................................6-9 Stretch ...............................................................................................4-17 Submitting, print job ..........................................................................3-24 Supplies, store ...................................................................................2-24 Switching off ......................................................................................2-26 Switching on ......................................................................................2-25 System Overview .................................................................................2-1

T
Takeback .............................................................................................1-2 Text, Density Mode ...........................................................................4-63 Toner Replenisher function ...............................................................6-19 Total count indicator .........................................................................6-17 Touch Screen keys, indicators ............................................................................2-31 menu structure .............................................................................2-33 operation ......................................................................................2-32 Transparent originals .........................................................................3-13

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Appendix Transport ........................................................................................... 2-23 Tray Priority ....................................................................................... 6-24 Troubleshooting .................................................................. 7-1, 7-4, 7-5 Turn on Copy Track .......................................................................... 6-37

U
Universal drawers ............................................................................. 2-35 Universal tray .................................................................................... 6-30 Use, intended .................................................................................... 2-58 User's Choice ................................................................................... 6-20 Users Choice settings ...................................................................... 6-22 Users ................................................................................................... 6-1 Utilities ................................................................................................ 6-1

Z
Z-Fold ..................................................................................... 4-40, 4-45 Zoom ................................................................................................... 4-1 Zoom factor ........................................................................................ 4-9 calling up ..................................................................................... 4-15 enter using numeric keypad ........................................................ 4-11 fixed ............................................................................................... 4-9 loading ......................................................................................... 4-22 saving .......................................................................................... 4-19 select using arrow keys ............................................................... 4-10 store ............................................................................................ 4-13 unproportional ............................................................................. 4-17 Zoom factor tables ............................................................................ 8-15

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