Starting Your Device; Device Connection; Device Initial Setup; Paper Insertion In The Manual Input Tray - Philips LASERMFD LFF 6020 User Manual

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Starting your device

Device connection

Before plugging the power cord, it
is imperative to refer to the
Security directives, page 1.
1 Make sure that the On/Off switch is on Off
(O position).
2 Connect the power cord to the device.
Plug the power cord to outlet on the wall.
The power cord is used as a power
unit cut off. As a precaution, the
outlet shall be located close to the
device and be of easy access in
case of danger.
3 Press the On/Off button to turn on the device
(I position).

Device initial setup

After a few seconds, when the machine has warmed up,
the Easy Install function is launched and the LCD screen
displays the following message:
The Easy Install function will help you configure your
machine by guiding you through the basic settings.
If you wish to modify the setting displayed, press the OK
button. If you do not want to modify the displayed setting,
press the C button: the Easy Install function then
displays the next basic setting.
If you do not want to carry out the
initial setup, press the
confirmation message appears. Press
To manually modify and customise the
machine settings, refer to
Parameters/Setup, page 22.
button. A
button again to confirm.
1 Select the desired language using the
buttons and confirm with OK.
The setup is now complete and the functions list is
automatically printed out.
The LCD screen displays the message P
paper has been loaded in the paper tray (see Loading
paper in the main unit tray, page 10). Once paper has
been loaded, printing will resume.
Paper insertion in the manual input
Before inserting paper, refer to the
paragraph Paper
recommendations, page 10.
The manual input tray allows you to use various paper
formats with greater grammage than the one used in the
paper feed cassette (refer to the paragraph
Specifications, page 49).
Only one sheet or envelope can be fed at a time.
You can use paper weighing
between 52 and 160 g/m².
1 Spread the manual feed guides to the maximum.
2 Insert a sheet or an envelope in the manual input
3 Adjust the paper guides against the right and left
edges of the sheet or the envelope.
4 Print making sure that the chosen paper format
corresponds to the selected format on the printer
(refer to Copy, page 18).

Use of envelopes

Feeding can be done only through the manual feed.
Recommended area should be the area which
excludes 15 mm from the leading edge, 10 mm from
both the left and right edges, and the rear edge.
A few lines may be given in solid print at the part of
being overlapped.
Envelopes which are not recommended may lead to
improper printing (refer to the paragraph
Specifications, page 49).
Curled envelope after printing should be fixed
Small crumples on the edge of the wide side of
envelopes, smearing, or less clear printing may
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