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  • Page 1 Dell™ Color Smart Printer | S3840cdn User's Guide Regulatory Model: S3840cdn...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Connecting to a Computer or a Network Turning On/Off the Printer Configuring Initial Settings on the Control Panel ® Setting Up the Printer Using Dell Printer Easy Install (Windows Only) Configuring the Wireless Settings Setting the IP Address Assigning an IP Address Verifying the IP Settings ®...
  • Page 3 Job List Supported USB Supported File Formats Print from USB Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Overview Setting Up the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Overview of the Menu Items Page Display Format Home Apps...
  • Page 4 Permissions System Print Media Guidelines Supported Print Media Supported Paper Weight Unacceptable Print Media Recommended Print Media Print Media Storage Guidelines Loading Print Media Before Loading Loading Print Media in Tray 1 and the Optional 550-Sheet Feeder Loading Print Media in the Bypass Tray Linking Trays 4 Printing Printing...
  • Page 5 Customizing App Screens Encryption and Digital Signature Settings Encryption and Digital Signature Overview Configuration of HTTP Communications Encryption Configuration of Encryption using IPSec Configuration of Wireless LAN WPA-Enterprise (EAP-TLS) Configuration of Wireless LAN WPA-Enterprise (PEAPV0-MS-CHAPV2, EAP-TTLS PAP, EAP-TTLS CHAP) Understanding Printer Messages Status Codes Other Errors Specifications...
  • Page 6 Removing the Optional Wireless Adapter Removing the Optional Caster Cabinet 7 Troubleshooting Clearing Jams Avoiding Jams Identifying the Location of Paper Jams Clearing Paper Jams From the Bypass Tray Clearing Paper Jams From Tray 1 Clearing Paper Jams From Inside the Rear Cover Clearing Paper Jams From the Optional 550-Sheet Feeder Basic Printer Problems Display Problems...
  • Page 7 SharePoint Connector Introduction DellTM Technical Support Policy Online Services Warranty and Return Policy Recycling Information Contacting Dell About License Dell Color Smart Printer | S3840cdn As for RSA BSAFE ICC Profile Header JPEG Library Math Library libtiff Zlib UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS...
  • Page 9: Before Beginning

    Before Beginning...
  • Page 10: Notes, Cautions, And Warnings

    Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Dell Inc. disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
  • Page 11: User's Guide

    Dell Color Smart Printer | S3840cdn. For information on other documentation included with your printer, see "Finding Information". NOTE: • In this manual, Dell Smart Printer | S3840cdn is referred to as the "printer." ® ® • In this manual, the procedures for the computer are explained using Microsoft...
  • Page 12: Finding Information

    • Customer Care — Contact information, order status, warranty, and repair information • Downloads — Drivers • Manuals— Printer documentation and product specifications Go to dell.com/support. Select your region, and fill in the requested details to access help tools and information. Finding Information...
  • Page 13: Product Features

    If a global IP address is assigned to the printer, no Eco Mode is a setting that saves cost on toner and one will be allowed to access the Dell Printer paper. Skip Blank Pages, 2-Sided Print and toner Configuration Web Tool without authenticating saving will always apply for print jobs when Eco regardless of login settings.
  • Page 14: Graphic Symbols On The Printer And Their Meanings

    Graphic Symbols on the Printer and Their Meanings Do not use stapled or clip on paper. Do not use folded, creased, or curled paper. Do not use ink-jet printing paper. Do not use OHP sheets. Do not use paper printed or used on one side. Caution.
  • Page 15: About The Printer

    About the Printer Front and Rear Views Front View 12 13 Transfer Belt Unit Toner Cartridges Drum Cartridges Front Cover Waste Toner Box 10 Front USB Port Right Side Cover 11 Control Panel Tray 1 12 Output Tray Extension Optional 550-Sheet Feeder (Tray 2) 13 Top Cover Bypass Tray (Tray 5) USB 2.0 host port (for the Print from USB feature)
  • Page 16: Rear View

    Rear View Control Board Power Inlet Left Side Cover Duplex Unit Wireless Adapter Socket 2nd Belt Transfer Roller (2nd BTR) USB Port 10 Fusing Unit USB Port 11 Rear Cover Ethernet Port USB 2.0 host port (for Smart Card) USB 3.0 device port About the Printer...
  • Page 17: Control Panel

    Control Panel Power Button Home Button Touch Panel Additional Components Optional Accessories • 550-sheet feeder • Wireless adapter • Caster cabinet About the Printer...
  • Page 18 About the Printer...
  • Page 19: Setting Up The Printer (printer Setup)

    Setting Up the Printer (Printer Setup)
  • Page 20: Preparing Printer Hardware

    Preparing Printer Hardware Space Requirements Provide enough room to open the printer trays, covers, and optional accessories, and for proper ventilation. 75 mm/ 3.0 inches 439 mm/ 17.3 inches 400 mm/15.7 inches 200 mm/7.9 inches 485 mm/19.1 inches 454 mm/17.9 inches 600 mm/23.6 inches 400 mm/15.7 inches Securing the Printer...
  • Page 21 Installing the Kensington Lock Extender To use the Kensington lock when loading legal-size paper in Tray 1 or the optional 550-sheet feeder, install the Kensington lock extender onto the printer. NOTE: • The Kensington lock extender for Tray 1 and the optional 550-sheet feeder (Tray 2) is marked with the number "1"...
  • Page 22 4 Push and rotate the stopper 90 degrees clockwise until the triangle on the stopper aligns with the one marked on the extender body. 5 Insert the tray into the printer, and push until it stops. 6 Attach the Kensington lock to the security slot. Security slot Preparing Printer Hardware...
  • Page 23 Installing the Security Cover To make your print media in Tray 1 more secure, install the security cover onto Tray 1. 1 Pull Tray 1 out of the printer about 200 mm. 2 Hold Tray 1 with both hands, and remove it from the printer. 3 Place the security cover on the top of Tray 1.
  • Page 24: Connecting And Setting Up Your Printer

    Connecting and Setting Up Your Printer To connect your printer to a computer or device, the following specification must be met for each of the connection type: Connection type Connection specifications Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T USB3.0/USB2.0 Wireless (optional) IEEE 802.11n/802.11g/802.11b/802.11a Wireless Adapter Socket USB Port USB Port Ethernet Port...
  • Page 25: Connecting To A Wireless Network

    1 Connect the smaller USB connector into the USB port at the rear of the printer. 2 Connect the other end of the cable into a USB port of the computer. CAUTION: • Do not connect the printer USB cable to a USB port located on the keyboard. Connecting to a Network Using the Ethernet Cable 1 Connect the Ethernet cable.
  • Page 26: Turning On/off The Printer

    Turning On/Off the Printer Turning On the Printer WARNING: • Do not use extension cords or power strips. • The printer should not be connected to an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system. 1 Connect the power cable to the power inlet on the rear of the printer, and then to a power source.
  • Page 27: Setting Up The Printer Using Dell Printer Easy Install (windows ® Only)

    • To set up the printer connected with Macintosh computers or Linux computers, see "Installing Printer Drivers on Macintosh Computers" or "Installing Printer Drivers on Linux Computers (CUPS)" respectively. Basic Setup To set up the printer, you can use the Dell Printer Easy Install program on the computer ® ® running a Microsoft Windows operating system.
  • Page 28: Configuring The Wireless Settings

    NOTE: • If Dell Printer Easy Install does not find any printer, the main menu window of Dell Printer Easy Install appears. See "Installing Printer Drivers on Windows® Computers". 4 Click Finish to exit the wizard when the Ready to Print! screen appears.
  • Page 29: Determining The Wireless Network Settings

    Determining the Wireless Network Settings You need to know the settings for the wireless network to set up the wireless printer. For details of the settings, contact your network administrator. Wireless Settings SSID A name with up to 32 alphanumeric characters, which identifies the wireless network Network Type Infrastructure or Ad hoc Security Settings Encryption...
  • Page 30: Configuring The Optional Wireless Adapter

    Auto SSID Setup Manual SSID Setup Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool WPS-PBC (Wi-Fi Protected Setup-Push Button Configuration) is a method to authenticate and register devices required for wireless configuration, by pressing the button provided on your access point or wireless router.
  • Page 31 Auto SSID Setup 1 Press the button. 2 Tap Device Connectivity Wi-Fi. The printer automatically searches the access points on wireless network. 3 Tap the desired access point. When you select an access point with no encryption, proceed to step 5. If the desired access point does not appear, go to "Manual SSID Setup".
  • Page 32 8 If the Wi-Fi screen is displayed with the desired access point set to Connected, wireless LAN connection setting is complete. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool 1 Launch the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. See "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 2 Click Connectivity.
  • Page 33 • To change the wireless settings through wireless connection, ensure that the wireless connection setting is completed. Reconfiguring the Wireless Settings Using Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool 1 Launch the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. See "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 2 Click Connectivity. 3 Click Wi-Fi under Connections.
  • Page 34: Setting The Ip Address

    • Assigning an IP address is considered as an advanced function and is normally done by a system administrator. • When you assign an IP address manually in IPv6 mode, use the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. To display the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool, use the link-local address. To confirm the link-local address, print a configuration report and check the IPv6 link-local address.
  • Page 35: Verifying The Ip Settings

    Verifying the IP Settings You can confirm the settings by using the control panel or printing the configuration report. Verifying the IPv4 Settings Using Control Panel 1 Press the button. 2 Tap Device About. 3 Verify the IP address displayed in IPv4: under Network. Verifying the IPv4 Settings Using Configuration Report 1 Print the configuration report.
  • Page 36: Installing Printer Drivers On Windows ® Computers

    2 Insert the Software and Documentation disc provided with the printer into your computer. The Dell Printer Easy Install program launches automatically. NOTE: • If the Dell Printer Easy Install program does not launch automatically, follow the procedure below. ®...
  • Page 37: Usb Cable Connection Setup

    USB Cable Connection Setup For installing PCL and PS printer driver 1 In the main menu window of Dell Printer Easy Install, click Connect. 2 Select USB Cable Connection, and then click Next. The Plug and Play installation starts and the installation software proceeds to the next page automatically.
  • Page 38: Network Connection Setup

    • To use this printer in a Linux environment, you need to install a Linux driver. For installing PCL and PS printer driver 1 In the main menu window of Dell Printer Easy Install, click Connect. 2 Select Wireless or Ethernet Connection, and then click Next.
  • Page 39: Setting Up For Shared Printing

    5 Click Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings Next Next Have Disk Browse. 6 Type D:\Software\XPS\i386_amd64 (where D is the drive letter of the optical drive) in the File name text box, and then click Open. 7 Select the inf file in the desired language folder, and then click OK.
  • Page 40 NOTE: • If the OS bit editions (32/64 bit edition) differ between a print server and a client computer, you need to manually add the printer driver for the client computer edition on the server. Otherwise, the printer driver cannot be installed on the client computer using methods such as Point and Print. For example, if the print server runs on Windows Vista®...
  • Page 41: Installing Printer Drivers On Macintosh Computers

    Installing the Drivers and Software 1 Run the Software and Documentation disc on the Macintosh computer. 2 Double-click Dell s3840cdn Installer.pkg, and then click Continue. 3 When the popup dialog box prompts you for confirming the program included in the installation package, click Continue.
  • Page 42: Configuring Settings

    5 Select the printer connected via Bonjour from the Name list. 6 Name and Use are automatically entered. NOTE: • If AirPrint Printer is automatically selected for Print Using (or Use), select Dell Color Printer S3840cdn v3018.103 PS manually. 7 Click Add.
  • Page 43: Installing Printer Drivers On Linux Computers (cups)

    Type the IP address of the printer in Connection, and click Continue. Format: lpd://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (the IP address of the printer) For USB connections: a Select Dell Color Printer S3840cdn from the Local Printers menu, and click Continue. Installing Printer Drivers on Linux Computers (CUPS)
  • Page 44 If you want to share the printer, select the Share This Printer check box. 6 Select Dell from the Make menu, and click Continue. 7 Select Dell Color Printer S3840cdn vXXXX PS from the Model menu, and click Add Printer.
  • Page 45: Operation On Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 11

    3 Repeat the command above for all queues for the same model. 4 Type the following command in the terminal window. (Type the administrator password) rpm -e Dell-Color-Printer-S3840cdn The printer driver is uninstalled. Operation on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 Setup Overview 1 Install the printer driver.
  • Page 46 Select Line Printer Daemon (LPD) Protocol from Access Network Printer or Printserver Box via. d Type the IP address of the printer in IP Address or Host Name:. e Select Dell in the Select the printer manufacturer: drop-down menu. f Click OK. The Add New Printer Configuration dialog box appears.
  • Page 47: Setting The Password For Authority As The Printer Administrator

    5 Confirm that the printer you want to set is selected in the Connection list. 6 Select the Default Printer check box. 7 Confirm the settings, and click OK. Specifying the Printing Options 1 Open a web browser. 2 Type http://localhost:631/admin in Location, and press <Enter>. 3 Click Manage Printers.
  • Page 48: Operation On Ubuntu 12.04 Lts

    3 Repeat the command above for all queues for the same model. 4 Type the following command in the terminal window. (Type the administrator password) rpm -e Dell-Color-Printer-S3840cdn The printer driver is uninstalled. Operation on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Setup Overview 1 Install the printer driver.
  • Page 49 If you want to share the printer, select the Share This Printer check box. 7 Select Dell from the Make menu, and click Continue. 8 Select Dell Color Printer S3840cdn vXXX PS from the Model menu, and click Add Printer.
  • Page 50 (Type the administrator password) 4 Repeat the command above for all queues for the same model. 5 Type the following command in the terminal window. sudo dpkg -r dell-color-printer-s3840cdn (Type the administrator password) The printer driver is uninstalled. Installing Printer Drivers on Linux Computers (CUPS)
  • Page 51: Using Your Printer

    Using Your Printer...
  • Page 52: Control Panel

    Control Panel About the Home Screen Log In Wireless LAN Connection Status Icon Wi-Fi Direct Connection Status Icon Tiles Log In Select this button to log in. Wi-Fi Direct Connection Status Icon Displays the Wi-Fi Direct connection status. This icon is displayed only when Wi-Fi Direct is enabled.
  • Page 53: Moving, Adding Or Removing The Tiles

    To scroll faster, flick the screen. NOTE: • You cannot swipe or flick on some screens depending on the screen design and specifications. In this case, operate by tapping the buttons shown on the screen. Moving, Adding or Removing the Tiles To Move the Tiles Tap and hold the tile you want to move, and drag it to the desired place.
  • Page 54: Changing The Language And Keyboard Layout

    describes how to enter text. Item Description Entering alphabets To enter uppercase letters, tap . To return to the lowercase letters, again. To lock to the uppercase letters, double-tap To enter the accented versions of each letter, tap and hold the key for the letter you want to accent and select the desired letter.
  • Page 55: Device

    Device The Device app allows you to view the printer status and set the general settings of the printer. NOTE: • The displayed features may vary depending on your settings. • You can scroll the feature list up and down. Language Language Select the language you want to use on the touch panel.
  • Page 56: Paper Trays

    and other important messages in the order of severity. You can check the details or associated pages by selecting each notification. Fault History Selecting History displays Fault History. The faults are displayed from newest to oldest in descending order. Paper Trays See "Trays".
  • Page 57: System Timeout

    If you do not select this, you can set the time zone, date and time, and daylight saving time manually. Time Server (SNTP) Tap this to set the time server. Server Address Enter a server address. Time Zone Sets the region and time zone. Date &...
  • Page 58 Login Sounds when you log in to the printer. Error \ Fault Sounds when a job fails or an error occurs. Power Sounds when the machine is ready for operation, or is powered on. Mobile Device Connected Sounds when the printer detects a mobile device. Power Saver The Power Saver mode has two modes: Low Power and Sleep.
  • Page 59: Connectivity

    The address, subnet mask, and gateway address will automatically be set via BOOTP. NOTE: • This is displayed only when this option is configured on Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. • STATIC The address, subnet mask, and gateway address will manually be set.
  • Page 60 Host Name Enter a host name. IPv4 Address Displays the IP address. Gateway Address Displays the gateway address. Subnet Mask Displays the subnet mask. IPv6 Enable IPv6 Select this to enable the IPv6 mode. Host Name Enter a host name. Link-Local Address Displays the Link-Local address.
  • Page 61 Mode Select a mode from DHCP and STATIC. Primary Server, Alternate Server 1, Alternate Server 2 Set DNS server addresses. IPv6 Servers Tap this to set addresses. Mode Select a mode from DHCP and STATIC. Primary Server, Alternate Server 1, Alternate Server 2 Set DNS server addresses.
  • Page 62 • WEP • WPA2 Personal • Mixed Mode Personal (AES/TKIP) • WPA2 Enterprise • Mixed Mode Enterprise (AES/TKIP) NOTE: • When Network Type is set to Ad hoc, WPA2 Personal and WPA2 Enterprise are not available. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Select PBC to configure the network with WPS-PBC.
  • Page 63 This appears when Group Role is set to Auto. IPv4 Address: Displays the IPv4 address. Connections: Displays the number of connections. Setup Tap this for Wi-Fi Direct settings. Group Role Select Auto to automatically resolve the group role for Wi-Fi Direct according to the group formation.
  • Page 64 Wireless Proxy Setup Enable Proxy Server For Multiple, select this to enable the proxy server for wireless connection. Setup Select a type of settings. Automatic Select this to automatically set up the proxy. Configuration Script Select this to allow you to enter the URL of a configurations script. Manual Select this to enter a server address in Server Address.
  • Page 65: Support

    LDAP • When LDAP is turned on You can set the LDAP server settings in the LDAP Server screen. Test Connection To test the connection to the server, select Test Connection. Initially Not Tested is displayed. Success or Failed is displayed as a result of the test.
  • Page 66: Altitude Adjustment

    See "Adjusting Color Registration". Image Position Adjust the image position. Non-Dell Toner Cartridges Enable or disable the Non-Dell Toner mode. Fusing Unit Temperature Adjustment Adjust the temperature of the fusing unit. To lower the temperature, set negative values. To increase, set positive values.
  • Page 67: Resets

    Resets Allows you to set the machine settings to original factory state. NOTE: • Settings cannot be recovered after a reset. Reset 802.1X and IPSec Sets the 802.1X and IPSec settings to original factory state. Reset Fonts, Forms, and Macros Deletes all the fonts, forms and macros installed to the printer by users.
  • Page 68: Jobs

    Jobs This section describes the features you can select on the Jobs screen. Job List Displays the active, pending and completed jobs. You can operate the following on the job list. NOTE: • You can scroll the feature list up and down. Checking active/pending jobs Lists active and pending jobs.
  • Page 69: Usb

    This section describes the features you can select on the Print from USB screen. NOTE: • To prevent damage to your printer, do not connect any device other than USB memory to the front USB port of the printer. • Do not remove the USB memory from the front USB port until the printer has finished printing. •...
  • Page 70: Supported File Formats

    • XPS stands for XML Paper Specification. Print from USB You can print document files from a USB memory device. You can enable/disable the Print from USB service following procedure. Launch the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Click Apps Print from USB the Print From settings.
  • Page 71: Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool

    Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. NOTE: • The Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool pages may be displayed unreadable if the pages were configured by the language different from the language of your web browser. Supported Web Browser Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool supports the following web browsers.
  • Page 72: Starting The Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool

    • Click Advanced, and then specify the IP address of the printer in the Do not use proxy server for addresses beginning with field under Exceptions. Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool To launch the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool, enter the IP address of your printer in your web browser. NOTE: •...
  • Page 73: Page Display Format

    NOTE: • See "Log In/Log Out from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". Left Frame The left frame is located on the left side of all the pages. The menu titles displayed in the left frame are linked to corresponding menus and pages.
  • Page 74: Home

    Allows you to view and edit the following items. Device Name Set the name of the printer. Dell Service Tag Number Displays Dell Service Tag Number. Express Service Code Displays Express Service Code. Customer Asset Tag Set the asset tag for the printer.
  • Page 75: Fault History

    Displays the status of supplies. Select Details to display more information and configure the settings related to supplies. Reorder Information Displays the URL of Dell website for ordering supplies. List of Supplies Select an item to see more details. Options Configure optional settings as necessary.
  • Page 76 Printed 2-Sided Sheets Quick Links Quick Links provides some convenient functions. Cloning This page allows you to copy and download the setting information file of the printer and to install the setting information file of another machine. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 77 Displays the support page. You can download the appropriate driver to the client PC. Support Displays the support information. Support Information You can change the information by selecting Edit. Online Support Opens the Online Support page in a new browser window. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 78: Apps

    Allows you to restart the printer. Select Restart after the confirmation screen is displayed. Submit File Allows you to print a file from the local client device by uploading the file through Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. No driver installation is required.
  • Page 79 SNMP. Extensible Service Registration allows registering, changing, and deleting applications. User Interface Configuration allows managing the initial screen used by applications. App Platform Proxy Configuration allows referring and setting the machine proxy information. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 80 Display on Device Set whether or not to display the app on the Home screen of the control panel. Delete App Deletes the app. This button is displayed only for the apps that can be deleted. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 81: Jobs

    • Only Print jobs can be deleted. Policies Displays the Jobs Policies. You can configure settings related to the Jobs feature. Print Around Specify time period to disable print jobs. Conceal Job Names Select whether or not to conceal job names. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 82: Connectivity

    Select a communication speed for the Ethernet interface. • Auto (Default) • 10 Mbps Half-Duplex • 10 Mbps Full-Duplex • 100 Mbps Half-Duplex • 100 Mbps Full-Duplex • 1 Gbps Full-Duplex Common Tap Edit for the settings. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 83 Enter the IP address when selecting STATIC at Mode. NOTE: • Enter the address in the format "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx", where "xxx" is a numeric value from of 0 to 255. • Specify an IP address using numbers (0 to 9) and periods (.). Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 84 Enter an Address. NOTE: • Enter the address in the format "xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx", where "xxxx" is a hexadecimal value. • Specify an address using alphanumeric characters (0 to 9 and A to F) and colons (:). Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 85 Primary Domain, Alternate Domain 1, Alternate Domain 2 Enter domains when you disable Generate Domain Search List Automatically. 802.1X Configure the IEEE 802.1x settings. Enable 802.1X Set whether or not to use IEEE 802.1X authentication. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 86 Select Ad hoc to configure the wireless settings without the access point such as a wireless router. TCP/IP Settings Common Displays the host name. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 87 Specifies the sequence ID of the root certificate. To register no certificate, enter “0”. Client Certificate Specifies the sequence ID of the client certificate. To register no certificate, enter “0”. For EAP-TLS, this setting is mandatory. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 88 Select this when the output protocol of the print driver is in the TBCP format. Select this when the output protocol of the print driver is in the ASCII or binary format. The data is printed without being controlled by the Adobe communication protocol. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 89 This appears when Group Role is set to Auto. DHCP Server IP Address Displays the IP address. Subnet Mask Displays the subnet mask. IP Address Lease Time Specify the lease time of an IP address. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 90: Mobile Printing

    Security Certificates Edit Change the security certificate settings. Supplies Check Status Displays the toner status. Google Cloud Print™ To use Google Cloud Print™ feature, check the box to enable. Mopria™ Select On to enable Mopria™. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 91 WebDAV, and Web Services on Devices (WSD)). CSRF Protection Select this to enable Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection for security. This feature protects the settings on Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool from being altered if a user unknowingly accesses a malicious website. HTTPS (SSL) Select this to enable HTTPS (SSL).
  • Page 92 Enter addresses not using the proxy server. You can use the IPv4, IPv6, or FQDN format. You can use wildcards "*" and delimiters “;”. Port Select this when you want to use IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) to print via the Internet. Port Number Enter a port number. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 93 Set the IKE authentication method. Select from Digital Signature or Preshared Key. Preshared Key Enter a preshared key. This setting is valid when IKE Authentication Method is set to Preshared Key. Retype Preshared Key Re-enter the preshared key for confirmation. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 94 Select a certificate for IPsec communications. Select a certificate when IKE Authentication Method is set to Digital Signature. A self-signed certificate created by Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool cannot be used. IKE SA Lifetime Specify IKE SA lifetime from 5 to 28800 minutes in 1 minute increments.
  • Page 95: Ldap Authentication

    This item is displayed when a smart card is used with remote accounts. Smart Card Enter the attribute of login user name. Up to 32 characters can be entered. This item is displayed when a smart card is used with remote accounts. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 96 Enter the maximum number of client sessions using LPD. You can enter a number from 1 to 10 in 1 session increments. Parameter Text String Encoding Select an encoding format for parameter text strings. • Follow Device Settings Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 97: Port 9100

    Select this to enable TBCP filter for PostScript data. When the transmission data includes binary data or EPS data, disable this. TCP-MSS Select this to enable the TCP-MSS mode. IPv4 Subnet 1 to 3 Enter a subnet address. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 98 • If POP Before SMTP is selected, the POP3 settings must be set. • AUTH GSSAPI (only for Kerberos), AUTH NTLMv2, AUTH NTLMv1, AUTH PLAIN, AUTH-LOGIN, or AUTH CRAM-MD5 can be used as an authentication method. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 99 Select this to change the settings for SNMPv3. This is available when HTTPS (SSL) is enabled. Enable Select this to enable SNMPv3. System Administrator Account User Name Displays the user name of the System Administrator. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 100 Sets the SNMP version. Type Select an address type. IP Address : Port Enter an address and a port number. Trap Community Name Sets the trap community name for SNMPv1/v2. User Name Select Xadmin or Xdrivers for SNMPv3. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 101 It is recommended that you do not disable this feature. You can search your networks for your printer from Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2, or Windows Server 2016. Port Number Enter a port number from 1 to 65535. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 102: Permissions

    Maximum IP Packet TTL Enter a value for the maximum TTL. Maximum Number of Subscribers Enter the maximum number for reserved notification. Permissions Guest Access A Guest is anyone who is not currently logged in to the printer. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 103 You can set the Guest permissions on operations from the control panel and Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. You can also set permissions on printing features. To set the Guest permissions on operations from the control panel or Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool, click Edit and select Device User Role.
  • Page 104 Select from Get codes automatically from server. and Users must manually enter codes at the Device. Device Website Login You can select the website login method. Method Smart Card Set the following Smart Card settings: Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 105: Advanced Settings

    • To cancel the access rejection state, restart the machine by switching off and on the power. Server Authentication Set the server time-out response between 1 and 75 seconds in 1 second Response Timeout increments. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 106 Allow Specific Computers Set whether or not to allow the print jobs from specific computers. When you enable this setting, enter the address or hostname, and user ID to specify the computer. • User ID Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 107 The device user roles define the permissions on operations from the control panel and Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool, and the printer user roles define the permissions on printing features. You can create roles and assign each role to the users.
  • Page 108 To add a new member to the role, click To change the settings of a member, click the user name and make the settings in the user details screen. For details, see "Editing User Accounts from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool".
  • Page 109 *2: The application name is displayed instead of "App Platform". • Device Website Permissions You can select the default permissions on operation from Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool from Everything Except Setup and Home Only. To give users permissions other than above, set custom permissions. Selecting Custom Permissions allows setting the Custom Permissions Setup screen, where you can set the detailed permissions for each feature.
  • Page 110 To add a new member to the role, click To change the settings of a member, click the user name and make the settings in the user details screen. For details, see "Editing User Accounts from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool".
  • Page 111 3. Select a device user role in the Select Device User Role screen, and click Next. 4. Select a printing user role in the Select Printing User Role screen. • Editing LDAP groups Selecting an existing LDAP group displays the following. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 112: System

    Date & Time Set the date and time for the system clock of the machine. The date and time set here will be printed on all lists and reports. Date Date Format Select a date format. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 113 • For Low Power Timeout and Sleep Timeout, you can enter values of up to 60 minutes in total. Low Power Timeout Specify a time period to enter the Low Power mode after the last operation. Sleep Timeout Specify a time period to enter the Sleep mode after entering the Low Power mode. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 114 Specify the time lapsed without any operation on the control panel until the machine resets the settings and logs you out automatically. Reset Device Website Device Website Timeout Specify the time lapsed without any operation on Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool until you log out automatically. Security Firmware Verification Set whether or not to perform self test when the machine is turned on and started up.
  • Page 115 Specify the information required to create the CSR. State/Province Name (ST) Locality Name (L) Organization Name (O) Organization Unit (OU) Common Name (CN) Email Address • Importing a certificate Select a certificate type from the drop down menu, and click Import. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 116 Select By OCSP if the machine uses OSCP (Online Certificate Status Protocol), which can verify the validity revocation status of the certificate, to have the certificate authority or validation authority check the revocation status. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 117: Network Security

    - HTTP Authentication for External Access (using DES and MD4 used in NTLM authentication selected by the automatic selection "NTLM Digest Basic authentication") - PDF Direct Print (using RC4 required in decrypting a PDF document encrypted with a password (RC4)) Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 118: Port Settings

    Select the type of the protocol. • TCP • UDP IP Address Filtering Allows you to register IP addresses that can access the printer. NOTE: • Up to 25 IP addresses and IP masks can be added for each interface. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 119: Domain Filtering

    – IP Address: 192.168.10.1 – IP Mask: 24 NOTE: • The setting applies to all features using TCP/IP, such as Print and Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. IPv6 Address Filtering Select this to register IPv6 addresses that the machine accepts connection from.
  • Page 120: Paper Supply

    Set whether or not to automatically cancel a print job when the print job was suspended because of an error. NOTE: • The machine will enter the off-line state to restrict subsequent print jobs. Auto Resume Automatically cancels the print job to print subsequent jobs. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 121 Select whether or not to apply Eco Mode. • Off Eco Mode is not applied. • Eco Mode Skip Blank Pages, 2-Sided Print and toner saving always applies for printing jobs. Low Power Timeout settings is changed to 1 minute. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 122: Pdl Settings

    Flip on Long Edge or Flip on Short Edge. Remove Blank Pages Specifies whether or not to remove the blank pages. Original Orientation Specifies how text and graphics are oriented on the page. Wide A4 Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 123 Control codes are not executed. Image Enhancement Specifies whether to enable the Image Enhancement feature, which makes the boundary line between black and white smoother to decrease jagged edges and enhance the visual appearance. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 124: Pdf Settings

    Collated Specifies whether to sort the PDF job. Print Mode Specifies the output layout. • Standard For documents with normal sized characters. • High Speed Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 125: Audit Log

    Audit Log Allows you to enable the Audit Log feature which logs the operations on the printer, and retrieve the audit log. Device Log The Device Log feature always logs the debug log and report information. Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 126: Software Update

    Units setting to Inches, select Inch. • Default paper size for printing • Default custom paper sizes displayed on the screen for each paper tray • Default paper size of each paper tray and the bypass tray Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool...
  • Page 127: Print Media Guidelines

    Print Media Guidelines Print media refers to paper, labels, envelopes, and coated paper among others. Your printer provides high-quality printing on a variety of print media. Selecting the appropriate print media for your printer helps avoid printing troubles. This section describes selecting and caring for print media.
  • Page 128: Supported Paper Weight

    *1: Paper sizes and types that are not supported by the duplex printing feature *2: Width: 76.2 mm (3 inches) to 215.9 mm (8.5 inches), Length: 127 mm (5 inches) to 355.6 mm (14 inches). *3: Custom paper smaller than 148.5 mm (5.8 inches) in width and 210 mm (8.3 inches) in length is not supported by the duplex printing feature.
  • Page 129: Unacceptable Print Media

    Unacceptable Print Media • Chemically treated paper used to make copies without carbon paper, also known as carbonless paper, carbonless copy paper (CCP), or no carbon required (NCR) paper. • Preprinted paper with chemicals that may contaminate the printer. • Preprinted paper that can be affected by the temperature in the fusing unit. •...
  • Page 130 • Weight guidelines for pre-punched paper are the same as non-punched paper. Recommended Envelopes Depending on the envelopes, it is possible to expect variable levels of wrinkling. • Use only high-quality envelopes that are designed for use in laser printers. •...
  • Page 131: Print Media Storage Guidelines

    • Portrait orientation is preferred, especially when printing bar codes. • Do not use labels that have exposed adhesive. • Use full label sheets. Partial sheets may cause labels to peel off during printing, resulting in a jam. • Do not use label sheets that have adhesive to the edge of the sheet. It is recommended that zone coating of the adhesive is done at least 1 mm (0.04 inches) away from edges.
  • Page 132: Loading Print Media

    Loading Print Media Loading print media properly helps prevent jams and ensures trouble-free printing. Before loading any print media, identify the recommended print side of the print media. This information is usually indicated on the print media package. Before Loading The following instructions describe how to avoid paper jams: •...
  • Page 133 2 Hold the tray with both hands, and remove it from the printer. 3 Remove the security cover if installed. 4 Adjust the paper guides. Loading Print Media...
  • Page 134 5 When you load Legal-size paper, extend the tray while pushing the lever located on the front part of the tray. 6 Before loading the print media, flex the sheets and fan them. Straighten the edges of the stack on a level surface. 7 Load the print media into the tray with the recommended print side facing up.
  • Page 135: Loading Print Media In The Bypass Tray

    10 Insert the tray into the printer and push until it stops. NOTE: • If the front side of the tray is extended, the tray protrudes when it is inserted into the printer. 11 Set the paper size and paper type on the touch panel. Loading Print Media in the Bypass Tray NOTE: •...
  • Page 136 2 Extend the extension tray as necessary. 3 Slide the width guides to the edge of the tray. The width guides should be fully extended. NOTE: • Do not force the print media into the tray. • When loading coated paper, load one sheet at a time. 4 Insert all media face up and top edge first into the bypass tray.
  • Page 137: Loading Envelopes In The Bypass Tray

    5 Slide both width guides until they rest lightly against the edge of the print media stack. NOTE: • Overtightening the guides may cause jams. 6 Set the paper size and paper type on the touch panel. Loading Envelopes in the Bypass Tray The following guidelines describe how to load envelopes.
  • Page 138: Linking Trays

    After loading the selected trays with the same size and type of print media, specify the paper type for the trays under Trays in the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. To disable tray linking, change the paper type for one of the trays to a unique value.
  • Page 139: Printing

    Printing...
  • Page 140: Printing

    Printing This chapter covers tips for printing, how to print certain information from your printer, and how to cancel a job. NOTE: • For information on printing with the SharePoint Connector, see "SharePoint Connector". Tips for Successful Printing Tips on Storing Print Media Store your print media properly.
  • Page 141: Duplex Printing

    Canceling a Job From the Operator Panel To cancel a job before it has started printing: 1 Press the button. 2 Select Jobs. 3 Select the job to be deleted. 4 Select Delete. Canceling a Job From a Computer ® Canceling a Job From the Taskbar (Windows Only) When you send a job to print, a small printer icon appears in the bottom right corner of...
  • Page 142: Using Booklet Print

    5 In the Duplex drop-down list box, select Flip on Short Edge or Flip on Long Edge. NOTE: • For details on the Flip on Short Edge and Flip on Long Edge options, see "Flip on Short Edge" and "Flip on Long Edge." 6 Click OK.
  • Page 143: Using Stored Print

    Flip on Short Edge Assumes binding along the short edge of the page (top edge for portrait orientation and left edge for landscape orientation). The following illustration shows short-edge binding for portrait and landscape pages: Portrait Landscape Using Stored Print When you send a job to the printer, you can specify in the printer driver to store the job in the memory.
  • Page 144: Deleting A Print Job

    memory until you request to print it from the operator panel. NOTE: • You must specify a passcode for the Secure Print job. • For details about a printer driver feature, see the help of the printer driver. Procedures for Printing Stored Jobs NOTE: •...
  • Page 145: Print From Usb

    4 Select Delete. NOTE: • Secure Print job will be deleted after printing. • Existing jobs will be deleted at a time designated in the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. For details. see "Stored Print Job Settings". Print From USB The Print from USB feature allows you to print files stored in a USB flash drive without using a computer.
  • Page 146: Printing With Wi-fi Direct

    In such a case, simultaneous connection with Wi-Fi Direct and Wi-Fi infrastructure mode may not work properly. • The printer connected with Wi-Fi Direct supports the following protocols; LPD, Port9100, Web Services on Devices (WSD) (print), Bonjour (mDNS), SNMPv1/v2c, Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Setting Up Wi-Fi Direct To use Wi-Fi Direct, you need to first set up the Wi-Fi Direct settings from the operator panel of the printer.
  • Page 147 7 The printer must be rebooted after you set Wi-Fi Direct. mode is selected, tap Device, and then select About to check what 8 If Group owner the SSID Prefix and Passcode are. Connecting the Mobile Device 1 Connect the mobile device to the Wi-Fi Direct network. ®...
  • Page 148: Mobile Printing

    App Store using the Software Update. Setting Up AirPrint on Your Printer 1 Make sure that the printer is connected to the network. 2 Start Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. For more information, see "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 3 Click Connections Mobile Printing AirPrint™.
  • Page 149: Google Cloud Print

    Enabling Google Cloud Print™ on the Printer 1 Launch the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool by entering IP address of the printer in your web browser. For more information, see "Setting Up the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool" and "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool".
  • Page 150 For Google Cloud Print Version 1.1 1 Start Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. See "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 2 Click Connectivity Mobile Printing Google Cloud Print™...
  • Page 151: Print Registration

    3 Select the interface Click Register. 4 Select Continue to proceed to register your printer. Instructions for printer registration will be printed. 5 Enter the web address on the registration paper to the address box of the browser, and press the <Enter> key. NOTE: •...
  • Page 152 Accept the sharing invitation. Canceling Registration to Google Cloud Print 1 Start Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. See "Starting the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 2 Click Connectivity Mobile Printing Google Cloud Print™...
  • Page 153: Mopriatm Print Service

    2.0 is not supported. Setting Up Mopria Print Service on Your Printer 1 Make sure that the printer is connected to the network. 2 Start Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. See "Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool". 3 Click Connections Mobile Printing Mopria™.
  • Page 154 Printing via Mopria Print Service 1 Open your e-mail, photo, web page, or document that you want to print. 2 Tap the menu, and then select Print. 3 Tap All printers in the menu. 4 Select the printer, and then set printer options. 5 Tap Print.
  • Page 155: Know Your Printer

    Know Your Printer...
  • Page 156: User Authentication And Accounting

    User Authentication and Accounting Types of Users The Authentication feature restricts operations according to the user type. System Administrator The system administrator can register and change system settings to adapt to the environment to be used. The system administrator uses a specific user ID called a system administrator's user ID. To login as the system administrator, enter the system administrator's user ID in the user ID entry field on the screen.
  • Page 157: Types Of Authentication

    Types of Authentication The following describes the types of authentication available on the machine. User ID Authentication The machine requires users to enter their user information with the touch screen of the machine. Authentication is performed using user information registered on the machine or user information registered on a remote server.
  • Page 158: Authentication And Accounting Relationship

    User Authentication Operations Authenticating Login Users This section describes how to log in to the printer using the control panel or cards, how to log in to Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool, and how to log out. User Authentication and Accounting...
  • Page 159 If the dropdown menu appears, select Log Out of Accounting. NOTE: • For details on the log-out confirmation method, see "Logout Confirmation". Log In/Log Out from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Log In to the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool 1 Select Log In.
  • Page 160: Creating And Editing User Accounts

    • The Simple authentication does not require passcodes. • When you select the service restricted, a log-in screen appears. Enter the required information to use the service. Log Out of the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool 1 Select the user name. 2 Select Log Out.
  • Page 161: User Authentication For Accounting

    Deleting User Accounts from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool Select Permissions desired user name under User Accounts Delete User. Changing Password from the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool • Administrator Select Permissions Admin under User Accounts User Accounts. • User...
  • Page 162: Screen Customization

    Screen Customization Customizing the Home Screen You can customize the Home screen to suit your preference or work style. Adding, Moving, or Removing Tiles on the Home Screen See "Moving, Adding or Removing the Tiles". Customizing App Screens You can customize App screens to suit your preference or work style. NOTE: •...
  • Page 163 2 Select the trash icon on the row of a Preset to be deleted. An alert notification appears. 3 Select Delete. NOTE: • To delete more than one Preset, repeat steps 2 and 3. 4 Tap Done at the upper right corner of the screen to exit the Customize Mode. Remove App Customization You can reset an App screen that you have customized.
  • Page 164: Encryption And Digital Signature Settings

    • A self-signed certificate created by Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool (The valid period can be specified from1 to 9,999 days.) • A certificate issued by another CA When you use a certificate issued by another CA, import the certificate using Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Types of Encryption...
  • Page 165: Configuration Of Http Communications Encryption

    To verify the certificate of the remote device, you must register a root certificate created by a CA of the remote device on the machine. NOTE: • To use certificates that have already been created, import them with Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Configuration of HTTP Communications Encryption This section describes the settings to encrypt HTTP communications.
  • Page 166: Configuration Of Encryption Using Ipsec

    This section describes how to encrypt communications using IPSec. Step 1 Import and Configuration of a Certificate The following describes configuration procedures to set up a certificate with Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. When IKE Authentication Method is set to Digital Signature, configure a certificate on the machine.
  • Page 167: Configuration Of Wireless Lan Wpa-enterprise (eap-tls)

    HTTP communications, and then import a certificate issued by another CA to use it for the IPSec certificate. NOTE: • You cannot use a self-signed certificate created with Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool for IPSec. ® • The machine supports the capability to import the RSA public key (up to 4096 bits).
  • Page 168: Configuration Of Wireless Lan Wpa-enterprise (peapv0-ms-chapv2, Eap-ttls Pap, Eap-ttls Chap)

    5 Make sure that the Validity of the certificate is Valid in the Certificate Details screen. 6 Make sure that the check mark is displayed on the right of the certificate in the Security Certificates screen, which ensures that the certificate is associated with the purpose of use and currently used.
  • Page 169: Understanding Printer Messages

    Understanding Printer Messages Status Codes The touch panel displays error messages describing the current state of the printer and indicates possible printer problems you must resolve. This chapter provides a list of status codes or error messages, and informs you what you can do to clear error messages. When you contact customer support about an error, have the status codes and error messages ready.
  • Page 170 "016-001" - "016-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-210 Software error. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 016-211 repeated. 016-212 016-213 016-215 016-217 016-218 016-219 016-230 016-233 Software error. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated.
  • Page 171 Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-335 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 016-336 repeated. 016-337 016-338 016-339 016-340 016-341 016-342 016-343 016-345 016-347 016-348 016-349 016-350 016-351...
  • Page 172 Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-403 The root certificate did not match. Confirm the authentication server and store the root certificate of the server certificate of the authentication server into the machine. If you cannot acquire the root certificate of the server certificate, disable the certification verification of IEEE 802.1x settings.
  • Page 173 Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-453 Updating of the IPv6 address and host name for the DNS server failed. Check whether the IP address of the DNS server is set correctly. 016-454 Unable to retrieve the IP address from DNS. Confirm the DNS configuration and IP address retrieve setting.
  • Page 174 Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-527 LDAP server SSL authentication error. Contact Dell. 016-528 Log in to the machine with the smart card, and then execute the operation again. 016-533 Check whether the clocks on the machine and Kerberos server are correctly set. Also check whether the summer time and the time zone are correctly set on the machine and Kerberos server.
  • Page 175 A Sample Set job error. Contact Dell. 016-708 Delete unnecessary data from the storage space. 016-709 An error occurred during print processing. Contact Dell. 016-710 016-711 • Reduce the number of pages of the document. • Lower the resolution with Resolution.
  • Page 176 If the error still is not resolved, have the Configuration Report, the Job History Report, and the print data with the printing job ticket ready, and contact Customer Support at dell.com/contactdell. NOTE: • XPS stands for XML Paper Specification.
  • Page 177 Status Code Cause and Remedy 016-758 No permission to use the service. Contact your system administrator. 016-759 The number of pages reached the maximum number of pages for this service. Contact your system administrator. • Enable High Speed Image Processing. See the help of the print driver. 016-760 •...
  • Page 178 Correct the value of Geographic Region specified in the PJL command, and try again. 017-722 Try the operation when the total impressions are up to 9,999,900. • Enable Spool for IPP on Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool of the destination 017-729 machine.
  • Page 179 018-407 Set different IP addresses to Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2. If you want to set the same IP address, contact our Customer Support at dell.com/contactdell. 018-408 IPv4 address duplication on the network of Ethernet 2. Change the IPv4 address of Ethernet 2.
  • Page 180 Status Code Cause and Remedy 018-415 IP address for IPv6 set manually in Ethernet 2 is incorrect. Change the Manual Address on the machine, or the IP address of IPv6 on the network device, to remove the duplication of addresses. 018-416 The IPv6 address already exists in the network of Ethernet 2.
  • Page 181 Status Code Cause and Remedy 018-559 The same file name already exists. Select any option other than Do Not Save in If File Already Exists. 018-560 A user authentication error occurred. (Received HTTP Status 401). Check the following: • Login name •...
  • Page 182 Status Code Cause and Remedy 018-589 When Append a Number or Append Date & Time is set as the process to be executed in case of a file name duplication, check the NEXTNAME.DAT file is correct. 018-590 A file or folder of the same name was detected on the server. •...
  • Page 183 Status Code Cause and Remedy 018-730 The machine cannot connect to Google Cloud Print, because of a network error. Check that the network cable is connected properly. Also check that the environmental settings are adequate. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated. 018-731 Check the data storage capacity, and delete unnecessary data.
  • Page 184 Status Code Cause and Remedy 018-747 • Confirm the connection of the network cable. • Check whether the IP address is correct when an IP address is used for the transferring destination address. • Ensure that the port to be used for SMB transfer (*1) is not blocked on the server, or on the router between the machine and the server.
  • Page 185 021-212 021-213 There is a problem with the unit price table settings for the connected product. Export the unit price table and modify it using Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Set the number from 1 to 9,999,999. 021-214 An error occurred during encrypted communication between the machine and the USB memory device.
  • Page 186 "023-001" - "025-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 024-340 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated. 024-341 024-342 024-343 024-345 024-346 024-347 024-348 024-349 024-350 024-351 024-352...
  • Page 187 Change the settings. 024-985 The bypass tray stopped running due to an obstruction. Check that the settings of paper size, orientation and paper type are correct. 025-596 An error occurred. Contact Dell. 025-597 "026-001" - "026-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 026-400 Connect up to two devices to the USB host port.
  • Page 188 Status Code Cause and Remedy 026-712 An error occurred while operating from Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Wait for a while and try the same operation again. 026-718 The combination of the specified features such as Paper Size, Paper Tray, 2 sided printing, and Output Tray is incompatible.
  • Page 189 Status Code Cause and Remedy 027-724 The application could not be accessed. Check whether the application is operating correctly. If it is operating correctly, confirm the log. 027-725 A job operation failed using the application. Check whether the application is operating correctly. If it is operating correctly, confirm the log.
  • Page 190 Status Code Cause and Remedy 027-766 • Check if the Proxy server is registered in the DNS server. • Check the connection to the DNS server. • Check the setting of the DNS server address. 027-767 • Check if the destination WebDAV server is accessible from a computer. •...
  • Page 191 Status Code Cause and Remedy 028-910 Replace the fusing unit. 028-986 The paper size specified for the job does not match the size of paper loaded in the tray. Load the correct size of paper in the tray, and then try the same operation. 028-987 The paper specified for printing cannot be detected.
  • Page 192 Status Code Cause and Remedy 029-710 Wi-Fi error. An error occurred when the printer obtains a proxy auto-config (PAC) file. The file was not found. Check with your network administrator to see if the URL of the PAC file is registered in the DHCP server. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated.
  • Page 193 Status Code Cause and Remedy 029-720 App Platform service error. The printer could not access the file server. Check the proxy server settings, and the user name and password to be used for accessing the server. 029-721 Proxy connection error for the App Platform service. The printer could not access the proxy server.
  • Page 194 "071-001" - "076-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 071-101 Remove the jammed paper, and try again. 072-101 072-310 Tray 2 malfunction Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 072-311 repeated. 075-100 Remove the jammed paper, and try again.
  • Page 195 Status Code Cause and Remedy 091-445 Drum cartridges need to be replaced very soon. Replace the drum cartridges. 091-446 Drum cartridges need to be replaced. Replace the drum cartridges. 091-480 Replace the drum cartridges. 091-481 091-482 091-911 Replace the waste toner box. 091-913 Replace the drum cartridges.
  • Page 196 "093-001" - "093-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 093-320 Turn off the printer and turn it on again. 093-339 Turn off the printer and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated. 093-406 The toner cartridge (black) needs to be replaced soon. Prepare a new toner cartridge (black).
  • Page 197 Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 102-312 repeated. 102-313 102-314 102-315 102-316 102-317 102-318 102-319 102-356 103-314 "116-001" - "116-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 116-220 Failed to enter the Download mode. Contact Dell. Understanding Printer Messages...
  • Page 198 Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 116-311 repeated. 116-312 116-313 116-314 116-315 116-316 116-317 116-318 116-319 116-320 116-321 116-322 116-323 116-324 116-325 116-328 116-329 116-330 116-331 116-334 116-336 116-337 116-338 116-339 116-340 116-341 116-342 A printer system error. Contact Dell. Understanding Printer Messages...
  • Page 199 Status Code Cause and Remedy 116-343 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 116-345 repeated. 116-348 116-349 116-353 116-354 116-355 116-356 116-357 116-359 116-360 116-361 116-362 116-363 116-364...
  • Page 200 Status Code Cause and Remedy 116-391 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 116-392 repeated. 116-393 116-394 116-395 116-396 116-397 116-399 116-701 Memory space is insufficient. Remove unnecessary data to make space. 116-702 A print job was processed using a substitute font.
  • Page 201 117-336 117-337 117-338 117-342 117-343 An error occurred in the machine. Contact Dell. 117-344 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated. Understanding Printer Messages...
  • Page 202 Status Code Cause and Remedy 117-345 An error occurred in the machine. Contact Dell. 117-347 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 117-348 repeated. 117-349...
  • Page 203 "123-001" - "126-999" Status Code Cause and Remedy 123-310 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 123-311 repeated. 123-312 123-325 123-326 123-333 123-343 123-344 123-350 123-352 123-353 123-354...
  • Page 204 Status Code Cause and Remedy 124-310 An error occurred in the machine. Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 124-311 repeated. 124-312 124-313 124-314 124-315 124-316 124-317 124-318 124-319 124-320 124-321 124-322 124-323 124-324...
  • Page 205 Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Contact customer support if this failure is 127-311 repeated. 127-312 127-313 127-314 127-315 127-320 127-353 127-354 127-396 127-398 127-399 NOTE: • If you cannot resolve an error despite following the instructions described in the tables, contact Customer Support at dell.com/contactdell. Understanding Printer Messages...
  • Page 206: Other Errors

    Other Errors Error Message Cause and Remedy Power off the Turn off the printer, and turn it on again. Refer to this User’s Guide for details on Device.Wait for the status code. Contact customer support if this failure is repeated. all Control Panel lights to go out.Power on the...
  • Page 207: Specifications

    Specifications Operating System Compatibility Supported Operating Systems Windows Vista Windows Vista 64-bit Edition Windows 7 Windows 7 64-bit Edition Windows 8 Windows 8 64-bit Edition Windows 8.1 Windows 8.1 64-bit Edition Windows 10 Windows 10 64-bit Edition Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 64-bit Edition Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012...
  • Page 208: Power Supply

    Power Supply Rated voltage 110 VAC - 127 VAC Frequency 50/60 Hz Current 10 A or less Power consumption Ready 54 W Low Power 16 W NOTE: • The values of the power Sleep 0.9 W consumption may vary Offline 0.23 W depending on use conditions and...
  • Page 209 Operating systems Windows Vista Windows Vista 64-bit Edition Windows 7 Windows 7 64-bit Edition Windows 8 Windows 8 64-bit Edition Windows 8.1 Windows 8.1 64-bit Edition Windows 10 Windows 10 64-bit Edition Windows RT 8 Windows RT 8.1 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 64-bit Edition Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2...
  • Page 210: Environment

    Environment Operation Temperature 10 °C - 32 °C Relative humidity 10 % - 85 % RH (no condensation) Print Quality Guarantee Temperature range 15 °C - 28 °C Relative humidity 20 % - 70 % RH (no condensation) Storage Temperature -20 °C to 40 °C (0 °F to 104 °F) Storage humidity range 5 % - 85 % RH (no condensation)
  • Page 211: Wireless Connection Specifications

    Item Description Print speed Simplex: Color 36 ppm, Black & White 36 ppm (Letter) Duplex: Color 24 ppm, Black & White 24 ppm (Letter) Paper size Letter SEF, Executive SEF, A6 SEF, A5 SEF, A4 SEF, B6 SEF, B5 SEF, Legal13 SEF, Legal14 SEF, Com-10 SEF, Monarch SEF, DL SEF, C5 SEF, Post Card (4 x 6 inch), Statement Wireless Connection Specifications...
  • Page 212 Specifications...
  • Page 213: Maintaining Your Printer

    Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 214: Maintaining Your Printer

    You need to complete certain tasks to maintain optimum print quality. Determining the Status of Supplies If the printer is connected to the network, Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool can provide instant feedback on remaining toner levels. Enter the printer's IP address in your web browser to view this information.
  • Page 215 3 Click Email Alerts in the Options section of the Supplies screen. 4 Enter your or key operator's e-mail address in the Email Alerts text box. 5 Click OK. Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 216: Conserving Supplies

    Replacing the Toner Cartridges WARNING: • Before performing any of the following procedures, read and follow the safety instructions in the Important Information. Dell toner cartridges are available only through Dell. You can order cartridges online at www.dell.com/supplies. Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 217: Removing The Toner Cartridge

    It may catch fire by electric sparks inside a vacuum cleaner and cause explosion. Use a broom or a wet cloth to wipe off the spills. If you spill a large volume of toner, contact Dell. • Do not shake the used toner cartridge. This may cause toner spills.
  • Page 218: Replacing The Drum Cartridges

    Installing a Toner Cartridge 1 Unpack a new toner cartridge of the desired color. 2 Shake the new toner cartridge five or six times to distribute the toner evenly. 3 Insert the toner cartridge into the associated cartridge slot, and then push until it clicks into place.
  • Page 219: Removing The Drum Cartridges

    Removing the Drum Cartridges 1 Open the right side cover. 2 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees counterclockwise to unlock the waste toner box. 3 Grasp the handle on the waste toner box and pull it out making sure to hold it upright so that the waste toner does not spill out.
  • Page 220 CAUTION: • Take care not to drop the waste toner box while you are removing it. • After removing the waste toner box, do not touch the parts shown in the illustration. Toner can dirty or stain your hands. 4 Stand the removed waste toner box upright on a level surface. WARNING: •...
  • Page 221 6 Support the drum cartridge with the other hand from underneath, and then pull it out completely. 7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 to remove the other three cartridges. Installing Drum Cartridges 1 Unpack a new drum cartridge of the desired color. 2 Remove the orange protective cover from the drum cartridge.
  • Page 222 5 Remove the cleaning rod from inside the printer. 6 Remove the cleaning pad by pressing the white tabs between your thumb and index finger. 7 Unpack a new cleaning pad. 8 Attach the new cleaning pad to the cleaning rod. Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 223 9 Insert the cleaning rod fully into one of the four holes until it clicks into the interior of the printer as illustrated below, and then pull it out. NOTE: • This cleaning step prevents deterioration of printing quality. See "Cleaning the Raster Optical Scanner (ROS) Window".
  • Page 224: Replacing The Waste Toner Box

    13 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees clockwise to lock the waste toner box. 14 Close the right side cover. Replacing the Waste Toner Box WARNING: • Before performing any of the following procedures, read and follow the safety instructions in the Important Information.
  • Page 225: Installing A Waste Toner Box

    3 Grasp the handle on the waste toner box and pull it out making sure to hold it upright so that the waste toner does not spill out. CAUTION: • Take care not to drop the waste toner box while you are removing it. •...
  • Page 226: Cleaning The Exterior

    3 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees clockwise to lock the waste toner box. 4 Close the right side cover. Cleaning the Exterior NOTE: • Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other volatile liquids or spray insect repellent on the machine as they might discolor, deform, or crack covers.
  • Page 227: Cleaning The Touch Screen

    Cleaning the Touch Screen 1 Wipe only the LCD area with a soft cloth moistened with neutral detergent or alcohol. NOTE: • When you moisten the cloth with neutral detergent or alcohol, do not allow the excess liquid to drip down from the cloth. If the cloth is moistened with the excess liquid, wring the cloth gently before wiping the LCD area.
  • Page 228 3 Facing the front of the printer, open the right side cover. 4 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees counterclockwise to unlock the waste toner box. 5 Grasp the handle on the waste toner box and pull it out making sure to hold it upright so that the waste toner does not spill out.
  • Page 229 CAUTION: • Take care not to drop the waste toner box while you are removing it. • After removing the waste toner box, do not touch the parts shown in the illustration. Toner can dirty or stain your hands. 6 Stand the removed waste toner box upright on a level surface. WARNING: •...
  • Page 230 8 Open the top cover. 9 Put your fingers through the loops on both sides of the transfer belt unit, and then pull it out. 10 Accessing the printer from its rear, look for the CTD sensor. Clean the CTD sensor (as shown) with a clean, dry cotton swab. Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 231 11 Make sure that the arrow marks on the transfer belt unit and the printer face each other, and then insert the unit into the printer until it clicks. 12 Close the top cover. 13 Tilt the control panel backward to its original position. Maintaining Your Printer...
  • Page 232 14 Reinsert the removed waste toner box. CAUTION: • If the waste toner box does not fit into place properly, make sure that the transfer belt unit is fully inserted. 15 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees clockwise to lock the waste toner box.
  • Page 233 1 Open the right side cover. 2 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees counterclockwise to unlock the waste toner box. 3 Grasp the handle on the waste toner box and pull it out making sure to hold it upright so that the waste toner does not spill out.
  • Page 234 CAUTION: • Take care not to drop the waste toner box while you are removing it. • After removing the waste toner box, do not touch the parts shown in the illustration. Toner can dirty or stain your hands. 4 Stand the removed waste toner box upright on a level surface. WARNING: •...
  • Page 235 6 Insert the cleaning rod fully into one of the four holes until it clicks into the interior of the printer as illustrated below, and then pull it out. 7 Repeat step 6 also on the other three holes. One time insertion is enough for each hole.
  • Page 236: Moving The Printer

    10 Turn the waste toner box lock lever 90-degrees clockwise to lock the waste toner box. 11 Close the right side cover. Moving the Printer WARNING: • Two people are required to move the printer. • To prevent you from dropping the printer and getting backache or injuries, lift the printer by firmly gripping the recessed areas on both sides of the printer.
  • Page 237: Adjusting Color Registration

    3 Lift the printer and move it gently. NOTE: • If you move the printer over a long distance, remove the toner cartridges from the printer to prevent toner from spilling, and pack the printer inside a box. Adjusting Color Registration When you first install the printer or after moving it to a new location, adjust the color registration in Device >...
  • Page 238: Determining Values

    Determining Values On the sample page, there are two types of charts: Chart 1 (fast scan) and Chart 2 (slow scan). Chart 1 (fast scan) Chart 2 (slow scan) The Chart 1 is used to adjust the color registration for the fast scan direction, which is vertical to paper feed direction.
  • Page 239: Slow Scan

    Straightest line NOTE: • If it is difficult to choose only one value, as in the case that there seem to be two values closest to a straight line, take the value between the two. For example, in the figure above, -6 and -8 are the values closest to a straight line, so you would enter the value -7.
  • Page 240 3 Tap - or + to specify the values for left colors (LY, LM, and LC). 4 Tap - or + to specify the values for right colors (RY, RM, and RC). 5 Tap - or + to specify the values for process colors (PY, PM, and PC). NOTE: •...
  • Page 241: Removing Options

    Removing Options If the printer location needs to change or the printer and print media handling options need to be shipped to a new location, all print media handling options must be removed from the printer. For shipping, pack the printer and print media handling options securely to avoid damage.
  • Page 242 4 Remove the two screws joining the printer and the optional 550-sheet feeder by unscrewing them with a coin or similar object. 5 Gently lift the printer off the optional 550-sheet feeder, and place it on a level surface. WARNING: •...
  • Page 243: Removing The Optional Wireless Adapter

    Removing the Optional Wireless Adapter WARNING: • When you remove the optional wireless adapter, be sure to turn off the printer, unplug the power cable, and disconnect all cables from the back of the printer before starting these tasks. 1 Ensure that the printer is turned off. 2 Turn the screw on the left side cover counterclockwise to loosen it.
  • Page 244 5 Remove the wireless adapter from the printer by releasing the adapter's hook. 6 Close the left side cover, and then slide it towards the front of the printer. 7 Turn the screw clockwise. Removing Options...
  • Page 245: Removing The Optional Caster Cabinet

    8 Return the cap removed upon installation of the wireless adapter. 9 Turn on the printer. CAUTION: • Make sure that the power cable is connected to the printer and to a power source before pressing the button on the control panel. Removing the Optional Caster Cabinet WARNING: •...
  • Page 246 2 Hold the tray with both hands, and remove it from the printer. 3 Remove the two screws joining the printer and the optional caster cabinet by unscrewing them with a coin or similar object. 4 Gently lift the printer off the optional caster cabinet, and place it on a level surface. WARNING: •...
  • Page 247 5 Insert the tray into the printer, and push until it stops. CAUTION: • Do not use excessive force on the tray. Doing so could damage the tray or the inside of the printer. Removing Options...
  • Page 248 Removing Options...
  • Page 249: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting...
  • Page 250: Clearing Jams

    Clearing Jams Careful selection of appropriate print media and proper loading allow you to avoid paper jams. See "Print Media Guidelines" for more information. NOTE: • Before buying large quantities of any print media, it is recommended to try a sample first. •...
  • Page 251: Identifying The Location Of Paper Jams

    • Do not attempt to remove a paper deeply jammed inside the product, particularly a paper wrapped around the fusing unit or the heat roller. Otherwise, it may cause injuries or burns. Switch off the product immediately and contact Dell. The following illustration shows where paper jams may occur along the print media path.
  • Page 252: Clearing Paper Jams From The Bypass Tray

    Clearing Paper Jams From the Bypass Tray 1 Remove any paper loaded on the bypass tray. 2 Grasp both sides of the bypass tray, and then pull it out of the printer. 3 Pull Tray 1 out of the printer about 200 mm. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 253 4 Hold Tray 1 with both hands, and remove it from the printer. 5 Remove the jammed paper. 6 Insert Tray 1 into the printer, and push until it stops. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 254: Clearing Paper Jams From Tray 1

    7 Insert the bypass tray into the printer. Clearing Paper Jams From Tray 1 1 Pull Tray 1 out of the printer about 200 mm. 2 Hold Tray 1 with both hands, and remove it from the printer. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 255: Clearing Paper Jams From Inside The Rear Cover

    3 Remove the jammed paper. 4 Insert Tray 1 into the printer, and push until it stops. 5 Tap Confirm. Clearing Paper Jams From Inside the Rear Cover Clearing Paper Jams From the Fusing Unit 1 Push down the latch to open the rear cover. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 256 2 Remove the jammed paper. 3 If you cannot see the jammed paper, lift the lever on both sides of the fusing unit. 4 Hold and lower the tabs to open the inner part. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 257: Clearing Paper Jams From The Duplexer

    5 Remove the jammed paper. 6 Replace the inner part. 7 Press down the lever on both sides of the fusing unit, and then close the rear cover. Clearing Paper Jams From the Duplexer CAUTION: • Ensure that nothing touches or scratches the surface (the roll made with sponge) of the transfer unit.
  • Page 258: Clearing Paper Jams From The Regi Roll

    1 Push down the latch to open the rear cover. 2 Remove the jammed paper from the duplexer. 3 Close the rear cover. Clearing Paper Jams From the Regi Roll CAUTION: • Ensure that nothing touches or scratches the surface (the roll made with sponge) of the transfer unit.
  • Page 259: Clearing Paper Jams From The Optional 550-sheet Feeder

    2 Remove the jammed paper from the regi roll. 3 Close the rear cover. Clearing Paper Jams From the Optional 550-Sheet Feeder 1 Pull the optional 550-sheet feeder out of the printer about 200 mm. 2 Hold the optional 550-sheet feeder with both hands, and remove it from the printer. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 260 3 Remove the jammed paper. 4 Insert the optional 550-sheet feeder into the printer, and push until it stops. Clearing Jams...
  • Page 261: Basic Printer Problems

    Basic Printer Problems Some printer problems can be easily resolved. If a problem occurs with your printer, check each of the following: • The power cable is plugged into the printer and a properly grounded electrical outlet. • The printer is not plugged into a power strip or uninterruptible power supply. •...
  • Page 262: Display Problems

    Display Problems Problem Action Menu settings changed from the control Settings in the software program, the printer driver, or the panel have no effect. printer utilities are overriding the settings made on the control panel. Display Problems...
  • Page 263: Printing Problems

    Printing Problems Problem Action Job did not print or incorrect characters Ensure that the top menu appears on the touch panel before printed. you send a job to print. Ensure that the print media is loaded in the printer. Verify that the printer is using the correct Page Description Language (PDL).
  • Page 264: Print Quality Problems

    Print Quality Problems The output is too light Action If you are using non-Dell brand toner cartridges, enable The task is complete. Go to action 2. the Non-Dell Toner option. Does this solve your problem? Disable the toner saver feature in the printer driver.
  • Page 265: Random Spots/blurred Images

    The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? The entire output is blank Action If you are using non-Dell brand toner cartridges, enable The task is complete. Go to action 2. the Non-Dell Toner option. Does this solve your problem? If only one color is blank, replace the drum cartridges.
  • Page 266: Dark Or Colored Streaks Appear On The Output

    Dark or colored streaks appear on the output Action Replace the drum cartridges. The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? Part of the entire output is black or a color (CMY) is missing Action Ensure that the drum cartridges are installed correctly.
  • Page 267: Vertical Voids Or Lighter Areas

    • Drum cartridge - 2 • Fusing unit - 3 • Transfer belt unit - Replace the drum cartridges. The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? Replace the fusing unit. The task is complete. Contact Dell.
  • Page 268: Ghosting

    The task is complete. Go to action 3. Does this solve your problem? If you are using non-recommended print media, use the The task is complete. Contact Dell. print media recommended for the printer. Does this solve your problem? Adjust the transfer bias.
  • Page 269: Fog (background)

    • This can occur on glossy or coarse media. Before checking anything else, try adjusting the 2nd Belt Transfer Roller (2nd BTR) to eliminate or minimize background. Action If you are using non-Dell brand toner cartridges, enable The task is complete. Go to action 2. the Non-Dell Toner option.
  • Page 270: Jagged Characters

    The task is complete. Go to action 5. Does this solve your problem? If using a downloaded font, ensure that the font is The task is complete. Contact Dell. recommended for the printer, operating system, and the application being used.
  • Page 271: Auger Mark

    Action Replace the transfer belt unit, the 2nd BTR, and the The task is complete. Contact Dell. retard roller. Does this solve your problem? Auger mark Action Locate the cause of the problem using Device > Go to action 2.
  • Page 272: Damage On The Leading Edge Of Paper

    Change the paper with another one and then try again. The task is complete. Go to action 3. Does this solve your problem? Use any of the other trays in place of the bypass tray. The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? Print Quality Problems...
  • Page 273: Jam/alignment Problems

    The task is complete. Go to action 2. application being used. Does this solve your problem? Adjust the paper guides properly. The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? Color registration is out of alignment Action Adjust the settings of the paper type on the printer The task is complete.
  • Page 274: Images Are Skewed

    The task is complete. Go to action 2. Does this solve your problem? Install the transfer belt unit, the 2nd Belt Transfer Roller The task is complete. Contact Dell. (2nd BTR), and the retard roll according to an appropriate procedure.
  • Page 275: Bypass Tray Misfeed Jam

    Use print media that is not damp. The task is complete. Go to action 3a. Does this solve your problem? Replace the drum cartridges. The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? Regi Jam (Exit Sensor On JAM) Action Ensure that the fusing unit is installed properly.
  • Page 276: Exit Jam (exit Sensor Off Jam)

    The task is complete. Go to action 5. Does this solve your problem? Replace the transfer belt unit, the 2nd BTR, and the The task is complete. Contact Dell. retard roller. Does this solve your problem? Exit Jam (Exit Sensor Off JAM) Action Ensure the fusing unit is installed correctly.
  • Page 277 The task is complete. Go to action 6. occurred with a cloth moistened with water. Does this solve your problem? Decrease the number of print media to be loaded to the The task is complete. Contact Dell. bypass tray. Does this solve your problem? Jam/Alignment Problems...
  • Page 278: Noise

    (The toner cartridge (M) has been damaged. Replace it with a new one.) Replace the toner cartridge (C). The task is complete. Contact Dell. Does this solve your problem? (The toner cartridge (C) has been damaged. Replace it with a new one.)
  • Page 279: Digital Certificate Problems

    Digital Certificate Problems Symptom Cause Action Import cannot be selected on SSL communication is Create a self-signed certificate and enable the Security Certificates disabled. SSL. screen. The certificate cannot be The time setting is incorrect. Confirm validity period of the certificate as imported.
  • Page 280: Network-related Problems

    Network-related Problems When using SMB When you cannot communicate with the machine or other SMB machines Cause Check point Remedy If Auto Master Mode of SMB is set The machine or other SMB Confirm the setting of Auto to On, the number of machines Master Mode of SMB.
  • Page 281: E-mail Features Problems

    Is the e-mail address for the machine configured? Are the SMTP server settings configured correctly? Is Domain Filtering set? Confirm whether your own domain is set to Allowed Domains, on Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool. Is the SMTP server operating properly? Consult your network administrator.
  • Page 282 Cause Remedy The remote linkage services used Purchase products/models/accessories supported by the remote does not support the model or linkage services. accessories of the machine. The IP address is incorrect. Confirm the IP address. If the IP address is incorrect, either set a static IP address or resolve the IP address using DHCP or Autonet.
  • Page 283: Ipv4 And Ipv6 Connection Problems

    When searching for a device outside the router via SMB, directly be searched. specify the address. Multicasting is supported only within a local link (FF02::1). When SSL is enabled on Dell When SSL is enabled, directly specify "https://[IPv6 address]". Printer Configuration Web Tool, even if you specify "http://[IPv6 address]", you are not redirected to...
  • Page 284 Unable to print using an IPv6 address Symptom Remedy On an IPv6 network without a DNS Register the computer name of the machine on the "hosts" file stored server, a computer running on the computer running Windows OS that supports IPv6. For Windows OS that supports IPv6 example, register in the following file: cannot be connected to a...
  • Page 285: Problems With Installed Optional Accessory

    Problems With Installed Optional Accessory If an option does not operate correctly following installation or stops working: • Turn off the printer, wait for 10 seconds, and then turn on the printer. If this does not fix the problem, unplug the printer, and check the connection between the option and the printer.
  • Page 286: Wi-fi Direct Problems

    Wi-Fi Direct Problems Problem Action The mobile device cannot discover the The printer may be connected to another device via Wi-Fi printer. Direct. Disconnect the printer and the device. See "Disconnecting Wi-Fi Direct Network". The printer cannot disconnect from the Ensure that the release lever is properly positioned.
  • Page 287: Other Problems

    Other Problems Problem Action Condensation has occurred inside the This usually occurs within several hours after you heat the printer. room in winter. This also occurs when the printer is operating in a location where relative humidity reaches 85% or more. Adjust the humidity or relocate the printer to an appropriate environment.
  • Page 288: Contacting Service

    Contacting Service When you call for printer service, be prepared to describe the problem you are experiencing or the error message that appears. You need to know the model type and Service Tag number of your printer. See the label located inside the front cover of your printer and write down the Service Tag number.
  • Page 289: Appendix

    Appendix...
  • Page 290: Sharepoint Connector

    (MSPS). This application supports SharePoint server versions 2010 and 2013. Pre-requisite setup on SharePoint server: Dell SharePoint application expects the following highlighted additions in SharePoint server's web.config under 'customHeaders' section. The 'web.config' file is located in 'C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\[PortName]' on SharePoint 2010 server and SharePoint 2013 server.
  • Page 291 Login as Admin 1 From the Control panel, select SharePoint Admin. The Admin home page screen appears. NOTE: • Admin should login on device to access Admin features in this application. • Overview of the Admin Page content The Admin Page contains the following tabs: Configuration To add a new MSPS 1 Click on Add Server Icon...
  • Page 292: Print Settings

    To edit an existing MSPS 1 Select the server name to edit from the Server Name field and click on the Edit Server Icon 2 Edit the fields and click on the Update button to save the changes. To delete an existing MSPS 1 Select the server name to delete from the Server Name field and click on the Delete Server Icon 2 Select Yes button from the confirmation dialog to delete the server.
  • Page 293 3 Enter User name, password and click on Login button. NOTE: • If Shared Document library is already available in MSPS site, then the page will appear by default with Shared Document Library where the user can directly print a document. Otherwise, the User home page will appear with available Document libraries (root folder) where the user can select any of the folders to print a file.
  • Page 294 2 Enter text in the search box and click on the search icon 3 Select the file from the displayed list to print.
  • Page 295: Delltm Technical Support Policy

    Dell, as well as the verification of appropriate functionality of the printer and all Dell-installed hardware. In addition to this technician assisted technical support, online technical support is available at Dell Support.
  • Page 296: Warranty And Return Policy

    Warranty and Return Policy Dell Inc. ("Dell") manufactures its hardware products from parts and components that are new or equivalent to new in accordance with industry-standard practices. For information about the Dell warranty for your printer, see dell.com/support. Recycling Information It is recommended that customers dispose of their used computer hardware, monitors, printers, and other peripherals in an environmentally sound manner.
  • Page 297: Contacting Dell

    Contacting Dell You can contact Dell electronically using the following addresses: • World Wide Web www.dell.com/contactdell...
  • Page 298: About License

    About License Dell Color Smart Printer | S3840cdn This product includes open source software ("OSS") distributed under the terms of various open source licenses. Please see the following table and each license below. About software applied to GPL This product includes open source software ("OSS") distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License ("GPL") Version 2.
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  • Page 392 openssl /* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) * All rights reserved. * This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). * The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL. * This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the * following conditions are aheared to.
  • Page 393 * works are identified as "derived from the RSA Data Security, Inc. * MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing * the derived work. * RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the * merchantability of this software or the suitability of this software for any * particular purpose.
  • Page 394 * by Eric Young (eay@mincom.oz.au). * The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL * specification. This library and applications are * FREE FOR COMMERCIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE * as long as the following conditions are aheared to. * Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in * the code are not to be removed.
  • Page 395 * Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and * its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided * that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice appear in * all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of * Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any advertising or * publicity relating to the software without the specific, prior written * permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.
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  • Page 401 Copyright (C) 1993 C.W. Sandmann This file may be freely distributed as long as the author's name remains. (6) Eric Backus (C) Copyright 1992 Eric Backus This software may be used freely so long as this copyright notice is left intact. There is no warrantee on this software.
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  • Page 413 See the README file for the current license terms. This software was previously distributed under BSD/GPL v2 dual license terms that allowed either of those license alternatives to be selected. As of February 11, 2012, the project has chosen to use only the BSD license option for future distribution. As such, the GPL v2 license option is no longer used.
  • Page 414 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. Neither the name of OpenLink Software nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
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  • Page 431 MD5Final, which will fill a supplied 16-byte array with the digest. "THE BEER-WARE LICENSE" (Revision 42): <phk@login.dkuug.dk> wrote this file. As long as you retain this notice you can do whatever you want with this stuff. If we meet some day, and you think this stuff is worth it, you can buy me a beer in return.
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  • Page 433 THE BASIC LIBRARY FUNCTIONS --------------------------- Written by: Philip Hazel Email local part: ph10 Email domain: cam.ac.uk University of Cambridge Computing Service,Cambridge, England. Copyright (c) 1997-2013 University of Cambridge All rights reserved. PCRE JUST-IN-TIME COMPILATION SUPPORT ------------------------------------- Written by: Zoltan Herczeg Email local part: hzmester Emain domain: freemail.hu...
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  • Page 437 This documents purpose is to state the conditions under which this Package (See definition below) viz: "Shadow", the Shadow Password Suite which is held by Julianne Frances Haugh, may be copied, such that the copyright holder maintains some semblance of artistic control over the development of the package, while giving the users of the package the right to use and distribute the Package in a more-or-less customary fashion, plus the right to make reasonable modifications.
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  • Page 439 * This material was originally written and compiled by Wietse Venema at Eindhoven * University of Technology, The Netherlands, in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 * and 1995. * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that * this entire copyright notice is duplicated in all such copies.
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  • Page 441 4. Info-ZIP retains the right to use the names "Info-ZIP," "Zip," "UnZip," "UnZipSFX," "WiZ," "Pocket UnZip," "Pocket Zip," and "MacZip" for its own source and binary releases. ORIGINAL LICENSE: This software is (c) Copyright 1992 by Panagiotis Tsirigotis The author (Panagiotis Tsirigotis) grants permission to use, copy, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee, provided that the above copyright notice extant in files in this distribution is not removed from files included in any redistribution and that this copyright notice is also included in any redistribution.
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