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  • Basic Operation Guide

    For information about machine setup and softwareinstallation, see the Starter Guide.

    For information about advanced operations andspecifications, see the e-Manual included on the User Software CD-ROM.

    This guide describes the basic use of the machine. Read this guide after finishing the machine setup.

    Read Important Safety Instructions first p. .

    Keep this manual for future reference.

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    Manuals for the Machine

    Starter Guide

    The Starter Guide describes setting up the machine and installing the software. Be sure to read this manual before using the machine.

    e-Manual

    The e-Manual includes information about all functions and confi gurations of the machine. This manual is included on the User Software CD-ROM. Use the e-Manuals search function to easily fi nd the information you want.

    Basic Operation Guide

    The Basic Operation Guide describes common use and basic functions of the copy, fax, and print functions.This Manual

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    How to Use This Manual

    Symbols Used in This Manual

    WARNINGIndicates a situation that may lead to death or injury to persons. To use the machine safely, always pay attention to these warnings.

    CAUTIONIndicates a situation that may lead to injury to persons or damage to equipment. To use the machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions.

    Indicates an operation that must not be performed. Read these items carefully, and make sure not to perform the described operations.

    IMPORTANTIMPORTANTIndicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read these items carefully to operate the machine correctly and avoid damage to the machine or property.

    Indicates a clarifi cation of an operation or additional explanations for a procedure. Reading these notes is highly recommended.

    Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual

    In this manual, the following styles are used to represent keys, messages on the display, and buttons or other items on a computer screen. Operation panel keys: [Key icon] + (Key name)

    Example: [ ] (Stop) Display:

    Example: Buttons and items on a computer screen: [Item]

    Example: [Preference]

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    Main Functions

    Fax

    One-touch/Coded/Group Dialing p.54Specify fax destinations using one-touch keys, coded dial, and group dial.

    Receiving in the Memory p.63 Store received faxes in the memory. Print or forward the received fax after

    confi rming the sender.

    2-Sided Printing

    Print copies, received faxes, or documents on both sides of paper.

    Copy P.33 Print P.39 Fax P.52

    Multiple Documents onto Single Page

    Print multiple pages onto a single page.

    Copy P.34 Print P.40

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    Copy

    Adjusting Quality p.31Adjust image quality by setting the density and resolution.

    Enlarging and Reducing p.31Enlarge or reduce copies using custom copy ratios.

    Print

    Enlarging and Reducing p.31Enlarge or reduce data to fi t the paper size automatically or to print at custom ratios.

    Poster Printing p.42 Magnify and divide a single-page

    image to print on multiple sheets of paper.

    Make a poster by combining the prints together.

    Watermark Printing p.43 Add watermarks, such as COPY or DRAFT, to the document.

    Sequential broadcasting p.56Send the same document to multiple destinations at a time.

    Delayed Sending p.56Scan a document and set a time to send it.

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    Polling Receiving Retrieve pre-loaded documents from a senders fax machine.

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    Basic OperationLearn the Names and Functions of Each Part of the Machine 10

    Front side 10Interior 12Back Side 13

    Learn the Functions of the Operation Panel 14Switch between Copy and Fax Mode 16Enter Text 17Set Date and Time 18Place Documents 19

    Placing Documents on the Platen Glass 20Load Documents in the Feeder 20

    Load Paper 22Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette 22Loading Small Size Paper 24Loading Envelopes or Paper with a Letterhead 25Setting a Paper Size and Type 26

    Switch to the Quiet Mode 27Switch to the Sleep Mode 27Use the Toner Saver Mode 28

    CopyMake a Basic Copy 30Enlarge or Reduce Copies 31Adjust the Image Quality for Copy 31

    Adjusting the density 31Selecting the Document Type 32Adjusting the Sharpness 32

    Make Double-Sided Copies 33Copy Multiple Pages onto One Sheet 34Collate Copies 34Copy a Double-Sided ID Card 35View and Cancel Copy Jobs 36Change the Default Copy Settings 36

    PrintPrint a Document 38Enlarge or Reduce a Document 38Print a Double-Sided Document 39Print Multiple Pages onto One Sheet 40Print a Booklet 41Print a Poster 42Add Watermarks to a Printout 43View and Cancel Print Jobs 44

    Contents

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    ( p.92)You can see frequantely asked questions about the receive mode.

    FaxRegister Numbers in the Address Book 46

    Registering Numbers to One-Touch Keys 46Registering Numbers to Coded Dialing Codes 47Registering Recipients for Group Dialing 48Editing and Deleting Registered Destinations 50

    Adjust the Image Quality for Fax 50Adjusting the Density 50Selecting the Resolution 51Adjusting the Sharpness 51Specifying the Double-Sided Document Format 52Changing the Default Settings 52

    Send a Fax 53Entering a Fax Number with the Alphanumeric Keys 53Using the One-Touch Keys 54Using the Coded Dialing Codes 54Searching the Address Book 55Redialing 55Sending a Fax to Multiple Destinations (Sequential Broadcast) 56Sending a Fax at a Preset Time 56Sending a Fax to an International Destination (Adding Pauses) 57Calling a Recipient before Sending a Fax 58

    Receive a Fax (Receive Mode) 59Using the Machine for Fax Only 60Using the Machine for Faxing and Phoning 60Using the Answering Machine 61Using the Machine Primarily for Phoning 61Receiving Faxes in Manual Mode 62

    Receive a Fax from Memory 63Switching to Memory Lock Mode 63Viewing and Canceling Received Fax Documents 64Printing Received Fax Documents 64

    View and Cancel a Fax Job 65Change the Fax Settings 65

    Changing Fax Sending Settings 65Restricting Fax Sending Functions 67Changing Fax RX Settings 68Changing Communication Management Settings 69

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    Maintenance and ManagementClean the Machine 72

    Cleaning the Exterior and Interior 72Cleaning the Fixing Unit 73Cleaning the Platen Glass and Feeder 74

    Check and Replace Toner Cartridges 75Checking the Toner Level 75Conserving the Toner to Extend the Life of Toner Cartridges 76Replacing the Toner Cartridge 76

    Manage Using the Report and List Functions 79

    TroubleshootingClear Jams 82

    Clearing Document Jams in the Feeder 83Clearing Paper Jams Inside the Machine 84

    Resolve a Displayed Message 87Resolve an Error Code 88Improve Output Quality 89Resolve a Problem 91

    FAQ 92

    If a Power Failure Occurs 93Recycling Used Cartridges 93The Clean Earth Campaign 93Important Safety Instructions 94Legal Notices 96Laser Safety 99

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    Learn the Names and Functions of Each Part of the Machine 10Front side 10Interior 12Back Side 13

    Learn the Functions of the Operation Panel 14Switch between Copy and Fax Mode 16Enter Text 17Set Date and Time 18Place Documents 19

    Placing Documents on the Platen Glass 20Load Documents in the Feeder 20

    Load Paper 22Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette 22Loading Small Size Paper 24Loading Envelopes or Paper with a Letterhead 25Setting a Paper Size and Type 26

    Switch to the Quiet Mode 27Switch to the Sleep Mode 27Use the Toner Saver Mode 28

    Basic OperationThis chapter describes overall information about the machine, and how to place the documents and load paper. Read this chapter fi rst.

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    Learn the Names and Functions of Each Part of the Machine

    Front side

    Lift handles (left, right)Use the handset when make a phone call or send a fax.

    Operation panel Use the panel to control

    the machine (p.14).

    Front coverOpen the cover to load paper.

    Lower front coverOpen when using paper that is larger than LTR size.

    Paper level indicatorShows the remaining

    amount of paper.

    Document return tray Returns documents after

    scanning.

    Feeder cover Open this cover to clear paper jams (P.83).

    Document feeder trayPlace your documents in this tray.

    Document guides Adjust these guides to fi t the document.

    Feeder Automatically feeds documents into the machine (p.20).

    HandsetUse the handset when make a phone call or send a fax manually.

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    Basic Operation

    Platen glassUse to scan non-standard size paper or books, as well as standard size paper (p.19).

    Ventilation slotsAllows heat to escape from inside of the machine. Leave more than 4" (10 cm) of space around the machine.

    Power buttonTurn the power ON or OFF.

    Scanning areaScans documents from the feeder.

    Output trayPrinted documents are output here.

    Paper stopperUse the paper stopper to prevent paper from falling out of the output tray.

    Paper cassette (Auto)Load paper here (p.22).

    Paper guidesAdjust these guides to fi t the paper.

    Small paper guideAttach this guide to hold the small size paper.

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    Interior

    Transfer rollerTransfers toner onto paper.

    Toner cover Open this cover to access the toner cartridge or clear paper jams.

    Paper exit guideOpen this guide to clear paper jams.(p.84)

    Toner guides When inserting the toner cartridge, fi t the protrusions on the toner cartridge into these guides.

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    Basic Operation

    Back Side

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