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AR-M351N
AR-M451N

LASER PRINTER

OPERATION MANUAL
(for general information and copier operation)
PART 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
• BEFORE USING

THE PRODUCT

• MANAGING THE MACHINE
• PERIPHERAL DEVICES
PART 2: COPIER OPERATION
• MAKING COPIES
• CONVENIENT COPY
FUNCTIONS
• MACHINE MAINTENANCE
(FOR COPYING)
• DOCUMENT FILING
FUNCTION
• SPECIFICATIONS
Be sure to become thoroughly familiar with this manual to
gain the maximum benefit from the product. Before
installing this product, be sure to read the installation
requirements
Be sure to keep all operation manuals handy for reference
including this manual, the "Operation manual (for general
information and copier operation)" and operation manuals
for any optional equipment which has been installed.
MODEL
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cautions
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  • Page 1: Laser Printer

    MODEL AR-M351N AR-M451N LASER PRINTER OPERATION MANUAL (for general information and copier operation) PART 1: GENERAL INFORMATION • BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT • MANAGING THE MACHINE • PERIPHERAL DEVICES PART 2: COPIER OPERATION • MAKING COPIES • CONVENIENT COPY FUNCTIONS •...
  • Page 2 While every effort has been made to make this document as accurate and helpful as possible, SHARP Corporation makes no warranty of any kind with regard to its content. All information included herein is subject to change without notice. SHARP is not responsible for any loss or damages, direct or indirect, arising from or related to the use of this operation manual.
  • Page 3 Part 1: General Information...
  • Page 5: Product Configurations

    SHARP Service Department. G Aside from instances provided for by law, SHARP is not responsible for failures occurring during use of the product or its options, or failures due to incorrect operation of the product and its options, or other failures, or for any damage that occurs due to use of the product.
  • Page 6: Installation Requirements

    INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Improper installation may damage this product. Please note the following during initial installation and whenever the machine is moved. 1.The machine should be installed near an accessible power outlet for easy connection. 2.Be sure to connect the power cord only to a power outlet that meets the specified voltage and current requirements.
  • Page 7: Cautions

    With the exception of instances provided for by law, Sharp Corporation bears no responsibility for any damages or loss due to the loss of stored document data.
  • Page 8: Laser Information

    CAUTIONS Laser Information Wave length 785 nm Pulse times North America: Europe: Output power 0.2 mW - 0.4 mW At the production line, the output power of the scanner unit is adjusted to 0.4 MILLIWATT PLUS 8 % and is maintained constant by the operation of the Automatic Power Control (APC).
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS... 0-1 OPERATION MANUALS... 0-1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS... 0-2 CAUTIONS... 0-3 G Laser Information ... 0-4 CONTENTS ... 0-5 CHAPTER 1 BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT INTRODUCTION... 1-2 MAIN FEATURES ... 1-3 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ... 1-9 G Exterior ... 1-9 G Interior ...
  • Page 10: Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 5 CONVENIENT COPY FUNCTIONS SPECIAL MODES ...5-2 G General procedure for using special functions ...5-2 G Margin shift ...5-3 G Erase ...5-4 G Dual page copy...5-5 G Pamphlet copy...5-6 G Job build ...5-8 G Tandem copy...5-9 G Covers/inserts...5-11 G Transparency film with insert sheets ...5-22 G Multi shot ...5-23 G Book copy...5-25...
  • Page 11 CHAPTER 1 BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT This chapter contains basic information that should be read before using the product. INTRODUCTION ... 1-2 MAIN FEATURES ... 1-3 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ... 1-9 Exterior... 1-9 Interior ... 1-10 Part names and functions of peripheral devices ... 1-11 Operation panel...
  • Page 12: Introduction

    This manual provides general information on using the machine, such as routine maintenance and how to load paper and remove misfeeds. It also explains how to use the copier and document filing functions. Separate manuals have been provided for the fax function, printer function, and network scanner function. I I I I Original and paper sizes This machine allows use of standard sizes in both the AB and inch systems.
  • Page 13: Main Features

    MAIN FEATURES The digital multifunction copier is capable of performing a variety of functions. This page shows features related to the copy function. G Sort mode See page 1-3 G Group mode See page 1-3 G 2-sided Copy See page 1-3 (When the duplex module is installed.) G Exposure Adjustments See page 1-3...
  • Page 14: Main Features

    MAIN FEATURES Reduction / Enlargement Copies can be enlarged or reduced to the desired size. Original Copy Enlargement XY Zoom Separate ratio settings can be selected for the length and width of a copy. Original Margin Shift Margins can be added to copies. One-sided copying Image shifted Original...
  • Page 15 Job Build See page 5-8 When you have a very large number of originals, the pages can be scanned in sets. 100 sheets 50 sheets Tandem Copy See page 5-9 Two machines can be used to run a large copy job in parallel.
  • Page 16 MAIN FEATURES Card Shot The front and back of a card can be copied onto one sheet of paper. This function is convenient for making copies for certification purposes and helps save paper. Original Copy CARD CARD Front of card Back of card Example:...
  • Page 17 Page numbering See page 5-34 Page numbers can be added to copies. Text See page 5-38 Entered text can be added to copies. October, 2004 Meeting Interrupting a copy run See page 5-43 A copy job in progress can be interrupted for a rush job.
  • Page 18 When this product is used as a printer, and either of the above modes is active, the mode will be deactivated automatically by an incoming job and the machine will automatically warm up and start to print when it has reached the ready temperature.
  • Page 19: Part Names And Functions

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Exterior (1) Bypass tray* (2) Exit tray* (3) Automatic document feeder (See page 4-2.) This automatically feeds and scans multiple sheet originals. Both sides of two-sided originals can be scanned at once. (4) Duplex module* Module for two-sided printing (5) Upper paper output area (Centre tray) Finished sheets are deposited here.
  • Page 20: G Interior

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Interior (14) (14) Duplex module side cover Open when a misfeed has occurred in the duplex module. (15) Side cover latch Push up to open the side cover when a misfeed has occurred in the main unit. (16) Fusing unit Lift up to open the side cover when a misfeed has occurred in the main unit.
  • Page 21: G Part Names And Functions Of Peripheral Devices

    This unit is an output sorter that has seven receiving bins. The bin to receive printed output can be selected in the printer driver. Each bin can be assigned to receive printed output by an individual person or by groups of people so that their prints are separated from other users making them easy to retrieve.
  • Page 22 G G G G PS3 expansion kit (AR-PK6) This kit provides compatibility of PostScript level 3 to the printer. Some peripheral devices cannot be installed together while others may require the installation of one or more others to be functional. See page 8-4, "LIST OF COMBINATION OF PERIPHERAL DEVICES".
  • Page 23: G Operation Panel

    This is used to store, edit, and delete user names and folder names for the document filing function, and to configure the key operator programs and printer configuration settings. (See page 7-21) (6) Numeric keys Use to enter numeric values for various settings.
  • Page 24: G Touch Panel

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Touch panel The touch panel screens shown in this manual are printed images, and may appear different from the actual screens. I I I I Using the touch panel [Example 1] Items on the touch panel JOB QUEUE SETS / PROG are easily selectable by...
  • Page 25 I I I I Job status screen (common to print, copy, fax, network scan and Internet fax) This screen is displayed when the [JOB STATUS] key on the operation panel is pressed. This screen can be used to display the "JOB QUEUE" (showing stored jobs and the current job) or the "COMPLETE"...
  • Page 26 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (3) [PRINT JOB] key This displays the print job list of print mode (copying, printing, fax reception, Internet fax reception, and self printing). (4) [E-MAIL/FTP] key This displays the transmission status and finished jobs of scan mode (Scan to e-mail, Scan to FTP, and Scan to Desktop) when the network scanner option is installed.
  • Page 27: Turning The Power On And Off

    TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF Use the power switch on the front of the machine to turn the power on or off. "ON" position "OFF" position Power switch NOTES G Turn both switches off and unplug the power cord if you suspect a machine failure, if there is a bad thunderstorm nearby, or when you are moving the machine.
  • Page 28: Auditing Mode

    Enter your account number in the same way as for copy mode, and then begin the scanning procedure. G When the account counter is turned on for the printer function, you must enter your account number in the setting screen of the printer driver on your computer in order to print.
  • Page 29: Managing The Machine

    CHAPTER 2 MANAGING THE MACHINE This chapter explains how to load paper, replace the toner cartridge, and remove paper misfeeds. It also contains information about supplies. LOADING PAPER... 2-2 Loading paper in paper tray 1 ... 2-2 Changing the paper size in paper tray 1 ... 2-2 Specifications of paper trays ...
  • Page 30: Loading Paper

    G Do not use curled or folded paper. Doing so may cause a misfeed. G For best results use paper supplied by SHARP. (See page 2-4.) G When you change the paper type and size in paper tray 1, set the paper type and size referring to "Setting the paper type and paper size"...
  • Page 31 Specifications of paper trays The specifications for types and sizes of paper that can be used in each tray are shown below. Tray Tray No. Applicable paper types (tray name) Paper tray 1 Tray 1 Plain paper (Refer to the next page for applicable plain papers.) Multi purpose Tray 2...
  • Page 32 G The image quality and toner fusibility of special papers may change due to ambient conditions, operating conditions, and paper characteristics, resulting in image quality inferior to that of SHARP standard paper. Paper in AB system...
  • Page 33: G Setting The Paper Type And Paper Size

    Touch the [PAPER TRAY SETTINGS] key. The paper tray selection screen will appear. PAPER TRAY RINT SETTINGS PRINTER CONDITION ORWARD Touch the [TRAY SETTINGS] key. CUSTOM SETTINGS PAPER TRAY SETTINGS TRAY SETTINGS Display the setting screen of the desired paper tray.
  • Page 34: G Setting The Paper Size When A Special Size Is Loaded

    LOADING PAPER Select the size of paper that was loaded in the tray. Touch the appropriate keys (checkboxes). CUSTOM SETTINGS TRAY 2 TYPE/SIZE SETTING TYPE SIZE 11X17,8 X14,8 X11 PLAIN AUTO-INCH 8 X11R,7 X10 ,5 X8 R A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4,B5 AUTO-AB B5R,216X330(8 X13) SIZE INPUT [AUTO-INCH] key : Select when you have loaded an inch-based size of paper.
  • Page 35: G Programming And Editing Paper Types

    Programming and editing paper types To program or edit the name of a paper type or set paper attributes, follow the steps below. Follow steps 1 and 2 of "Setting the paper type and paper size" (page 2-5) Touch the [PAPER TYPE REGISTRATION] key.
  • Page 36: G Loading Paper In The Multi Purpose Drawer

    G Attempting to print onto both sides of envelopes or postcards may result in misfeeds or poor prints. G Do not use paper that has already been printed on by a thermal transfer or inkjet printer. In particular, paper that has been printed on by a thermal transfer printer (such as a word processor that uses a cassette) may cause missing characters and smudges.
  • Page 37: Printing Onto Envelopes

    Printing onto envelopes G Do not use envelopes that have metal clasps, plastic snaps, string closures, windows, linings, self-adhesive patches or synthetic materials. Attempting to print on these may cause misfeeds, inadequate toner adherence or other trouble. G Creases or smudging may occur. This is especially true of embossed surfaces and other irregular surfaces. G Under high humidity and temperature conditions the glue flaps on some envelopes may become sticky and be sealed closed when printed.
  • Page 38: Specifications (Multi Purpose Drawer)

    Middle and lower paper trays: Up to 500 sheets of SHARP recommended plain paper can be loaded in these trays. The method of loading paper is the same as for paper tray 1 in the main unit. See the description (page 2-2).
  • Page 39: G Loading Paper In The Stand/Mpd & 2000 Sheet

    Loading paper in the stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer Upper paper tray: The upper paper tray is equivalent to the multi purpose drawer. The method of loading paper and the paper that can be used are the same as for the multi purpose drawer. Refer to the description of the multi purpose drawer (see page 2-8).
  • Page 40: Custom Settings

    ..Faxes received to memory and received Internet faxes can be forwarded to G Printer condition ....Used to configure default settings for the printer function (see the Operation G Document filing control .
  • Page 41 12-HOUR CUSTOM SETTINGS 24-HOUR PAPER TRAY SETTINGS TRAY1 PRINT COPY to the EXIT PAPER TRAY SETTINGS PRINTER CONDITION CUSTOM SETTINGS keys. TYPE / SIZE FIXED PAPER SIDE PLAIN / A4 DISABLE DUPLEX DOC. I-FAX DISABLE STAPLE FILING...
  • Page 42: G About The Settings

    NOTE A test page cannot be printed if "PROHIBIT TEST PAGE PRINTING" (See the "Operation manual (for printer)".) has been set to "prohibited" in the key operator programs. I I I I Paper tray settings The paper type, paper size, enabled modes and automatic tray switching can set for each tray.
  • Page 43: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    REPLACING THE TONER CARTRIDGE When toner runs low, a message will appear to inform you that the toner cartridge must be replaced. NOTE To view the approximate amount of toner remaining, hold down the [COPY] key during printing or when the machine is on standby.
  • Page 44: Storage Of Supplies

    Standard supplies for this product that can replaced by the user include paper, toner cartridges, and staple cartridges for the finisher. For best copying results, be sure to use only Sharp Genuine Supplies which are designed, engineered, and tested to maximize the life and performance of Sharp products. Look for the Genuine Supplies label on the toner package.
  • Page 45: Misfeed Removal

    MISFEED REMOVAL When a misfeed has occurred during printing, the message "A MISFEED HAS OCCURRED". will appear in the touch panel display of the operation panel and printing including copying and facsimile output will stop. The approximate misfeed locations are indicated with " on misfeed removal are also shown.
  • Page 46: Misfeed In The Transport Area, Fusing Area, And Exit Area

    MISFEED REMOVAL Misfeed in the transport area, fusing area, and exit area CAUTION The fusing unit is hot. Take care in removing paper. (Do not touch the metal parts.) Unlatch the duplex module and slide it to the left. Unlatch the module and gently move the module away from the machine.
  • Page 47: Misfeed In The Duplex Module

    Misfeed in the duplex module Unlatch the duplex module and slide it to the left. Unlatch the unit and gently move the module away from the machine. If the duplex module has an exit tray, rotate it up out of the way and open the cover of the duplex module.
  • Page 48: G Misfeed Removal Guidance

    MISFEED REMOVAL Misfeed in the paper feed area NOTE Be sure to follow the misfeed removal sequence. Do not pull the tray out immediately as the misfeed may have occurred with paper partially fed out of the tray. Open the left cover and see if there is misfed paper first (steps 1 and 2).
  • Page 49 I I I I Misfeed in the multi purpose drawer Unlatch the duplex module and slide it to the left. Unlatch the module and gently move the module away from the machine. If the machine is not equipped with a duplex module, open the side cover similarly.
  • Page 50: Removing An Original Misfeed

    REMOVING AN ORIGINAL MISFEED Removing a misfed original from the automatic document feeder If an original misfeed occurs in the automatic document feeder, follow the steps below to remove the misfed original. NOTES G For misfeed removal in the main unit and other peripheral devices, see page 2-17 G When a misfeed occurs, touch the [INFORMATION] key to display detailed information for misfeed removal.
  • Page 51: Troubleshooting

    In this event, stop using the machine, unplug the power cord, and contact your Sharp dealer. Note: Letters and numbers appear in "**-**". When you contact your Sharp dealer, please tell your dealer what letters and numbers appear.
  • Page 52 SHARP- Use SHARP-recommended paper. (Page 2-16) Do not use curled or crimped paper. If you will not use the paper for a long time, remove the paper from the tray and store it in the wrapper in a cool and dark location so that it will not absorb moisture.
  • Page 53 Check other than SHARP- Use SHARP-recommended paper. (Page 2-16) Use paper in the allowable range. Be sure to store paper in the wrapper in a dry location and do not store paper in a location that is Ghumid...
  • Page 55: Peripheral Devices

    CHAPTER 3 PERIPHERAL DEVICES This chapter describes operating instructions for the Mail-Bin Stacker, the Finisher, the Saddle Stitch Finisher, and the Duplex Module. DUPLEX MODULE ... 3-2 Part names... 3-2 Specifications ... 3-2 Loading paper in the bypass tray ... 3-3 Troubleshooting (concerning the duplex module) ...
  • Page 56: Duplex Module

    DUPLEX MODULE If a duplex module is installed, printing onto both sides of paper can be performed. Two types of duplex modules are available: duplex module/bypass tray and duplex module. The descriptions in this manual are for the duplex module/bypass tray. For information on misfeed removal for these modules, see page 2-19.
  • Page 57: G Loading Paper In The Bypass Tray

    G When using A5 paper, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" paper or postcards, be sure to load them with their shorter edge into the feed slot as shown in the illustration. G When loading plain paper other than SHARP standard paper, extend special media other than postcards, SHARP-recommended transparency film, or paper to be printed on the back, the paper must be loaded one sheet at a time.
  • Page 58: G Troubleshooting (Concerning The Duplex Module)

    DUPLEX MODULE Troubleshooting (concerning the duplex module) Check the list below before calling for service. Problem Message indicating the paper type cannot be used for two-sided printing displayed? Message indicating the paper size The machine will not cannot be used for two-sided printing print duplex prints.
  • Page 59: Mail-Bin Stacker

    * When the top tray is extended. Weight Approx. 19 kg (41.9 lbs.) Specifications are subject to change for improvement without notice. Top tray Output paper from the printer, copier, and facsimile features can be delivered here. Mail bins Each bin can be designated to receive printed output for assigned users.
  • Page 60: G Misfeed In The Mail-Bin Stacker

    MAIL-BIN STACKER Misfeed in the mail-bin stacker If a misfeed has occurred in the mail-bin stacker during printing, remove the misfed paper following the procedure below. Open the top cover. Move the tab in the Top cover direction of the arrow as shown in the illustration to open the top cover.
  • Page 61: Finisher

    Supplies AR-SC1 staple cartridges must be used for this finisher. The cartridge package contains three cartridges approx. 3000 staples each. Top tray Printer, copier and fax output can be delivered here. To print onto large paper (A3, B4, 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", or 8-1/2"...
  • Page 62: G Finisher Functions

    FINISHER Finisher functions I I I I Sort mode Sorted sets will be delivered. Original Printouts I I I I Offset mode Offset mode Non-offset mode I I I I Staple sort mode Collated sets will be stapled and delivered to the offset tray. The stapling positions, orientation, paper size for stapling, and stapling capacity are shown below.
  • Page 63: G Using The Finisher Functions

    Using the finisher functions When the [OUTPUT] key on the main screen of copy mode is touched, a screen for selecting the sort/group/staple sort functions and selecting an exit tray will appear. As a selection is made, the touch key for the selection will be highlighted.
  • Page 64: G Staple Cartridge Replacement

    FINISHER Staple cartridge replacement When the staple cartridge becomes empty, the message "Add staples." will appear in the message display of the operation panel. Follow the procedure below to replace the staple cartridge. Open the front cover. Turn the staple unit to face up. Pull the release lever for the staple box and remove the box.
  • Page 65 I I I I Checking the staple unit If the message "CHECK THE STAPLER UNIT" or "CHECK STAPLER POSITION OR STAPLER JAM" appears, follow the procedure below. Open the finisher compiler. Release the latch to open compiler. Remove the misfed paper from the stapler compiler.
  • Page 66: G Misfeed In The Finisher

    FINISHER Misfeed in the finisher When a misfeed occurs in the finisher, remove the misfed paper following the procedure below. Remove the misfed paper from the output area. Be careful not to tear the misfed removal. Open the finisher top cover. Move the tab in the Top cover direction of the arrow as...
  • Page 67: G Troubleshooting Finisher Problems

    Troubleshooting finisher problems Check the list below before calling for service. Problem Are any finisher covers open? The finisher does Message indicating need to remove not operate. paper from displayed? Is a "CHECK THE STAPLER UNIT" or "CHECK STAPLER POSITION OR STAPLER JAM"...
  • Page 68: Saddle Stitch Finisher

    SADDLE STITCH FINISHER The saddle stitch finisher can automatically place two staples for centreline binding of prints or copies and fold them along the centreline. An optional hole punching unit is available for installation into the finisher. Part names Stapler compiler Paper to be stapled is stacked temporarily.
  • Page 69: G Saddle Stitch Finisher Functions

    A4 or 8-1/2" x 11" or smaller size: 50 sheets*(80 g/m Stapling capacity B4 or 8-1/2" x 14" or larger size: 25 sheets*(80 g/m *Up to two sheets of 128 g/m Upper tray: Single staple can be placed in the top left or lower left corners or two Staples staples can be centred on the left side.
  • Page 70 SADDLE STITCH FINISHER I I I I Staple sort mode Collated sets of prints or copies will be stapled and delivered to the offset tray. When saddle stitching is selected, the prints or copies will be stapled at the centre and delivered to the saddle stitch tray. The stapling positions, orientation, paper size for stapling, and stapling capacity are shown below.
  • Page 71 I I I I Saddle stitch function The saddle stitch finisher can automatically place two staples for centreline binding of prints or copies and fold them along the centreline. I I I I Hole punching (only if a punch module is installed) If the saddle stitch finisher is equipped with a hole punch module, printed paper can be hole punched and delivered...
  • Page 72: G Using The Saddle Stitch Finisher

    SADDLE STITCH FINISHER Using the saddle stitch finisher When [OUTPUT] is selected on the main screen of copy mode, a screen for making selections for sort, group, staple sort, saddle stitch, punch and exit tray will appear. OUTPUT SORT STAPLE SORT GROUP (1) [GROUP] key (See page 3-15.)
  • Page 73: G Staple Cartridge Replacement And Staple Jam Removal

    Staple cartridge replacement and staple jam removal When the staple cartridge becomes empty or staples become jammed, a message will appear in the message display of the operation panel. Follow the procedure below to replace the staple cartridge or remove jammed staples. I I I I Staple cartridge replacement Open the front cover.
  • Page 74 SADDLE STITCH FINISHER I I I I Staple jam removal Unlatch the saddle stitch finisher and slide it away from the machine. Open the front cover. Turn roller rotating knob C as shown in the illustration until the blue indication is seen.
  • Page 75 Turn roller rotating knob A in the direction of the arrow to move the staple unit to the front. Turn the roller rotating knob until the triangle mark is aligned with the index. Roller rotating knob A Staple unit Remove the staple box. Raise the lever at the end of the staple box.
  • Page 76: Misfeed In The Saddle Stitch Finisher

    SADDLE STITCH FINISHER Misfeed in the saddle stitch finisher When a misfeed occurs in the saddle stitch finisher, remove the misfed paper following the procedure below. Press the detach button and separate the saddle stitch finisher from the machine. CAUTION The saddle stitch finisher and the machine are connected at the rear.
  • Page 77 Open the front cover. Rotate roller rotating knob D in the direction of the arrow. Roller rotating knob D Remove any misfed paper from the saddle stitch tray. Remove gently, taking care not to tear it. Close the cover of the saddle stitch section. Close the front cover.
  • Page 78: Troubleshooting (Concerning The Saddle Stitch Finisher)

    SADDLE STITCH FINISHER Troubleshooting (concerning the saddle stitch finisher) Check the list below before calling for service. Problem Are any saddle stitch finisher covers open? Close all covers. (See page 3-14.) The saddle stitch finisher does Message indicating need to remove paper operate.
  • Page 79 Part 2: Copier Operation...
  • Page 81: Making Copies

    CHAPTER 4 MAKING COPIES This chapter explains the basic procedures for making copies, including selection of the copy ratio and other copy settings. AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER... 4-2 Acceptable originals ... 4-2 PLACING ORIGINALS... 4-3 CHECKING THE SIZE OF A PLACED ORIGINAL ... 4-5 Manually setting the scanning size ...
  • Page 82: Automatic Document Feeder

    AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER The automatic document feeder automatically feeds originals into the machine, making continuous copying possible. In addition, both sides of two-sided sheet originals can be simultaneously scanned. This function is convenient when you have a large number of original pages to scan. Acceptable originals A stack of up to 50 original sheets (30 original sheets* set in the document feeder tray provided the stack height is within the limit shown below.
  • Page 83: Placing Originals

    PLACING ORIGINALS I I I I Using automatic feeder Open the document cover, make sure that an original has not been left on the document glass, and then gently close the document cover. Adjust the original guides to the size of the originals.
  • Page 84 PLACING ORIGINALS I I I I Standard original placement orientations [Example 1] Document feeder tray Bottom [Example 2] Bottom I I I I Automatic copy image rotation - rotation copying If the orientation of the originals and copy paper are different, the original image will be automatically rotated 90 and copied.
  • Page 85: Checking The Size Of A Placed Original

    CHECKING THE SIZE OF A PLACED ORIGINAL If the placed original is a standard size, the size will be automatically detected (automatic original detection function) and displayed in the touch panel. Make sure that the correct size has been detected. (A) :The original size is displayed.
  • Page 86: Storing, Deleting, And Using Original Sizes

    STORING, DELETING, AND USING ORIGINAL SIZES Up to 9 special original sizes can be stored. Stored sizes can be easily called up and are not erased if the power is turned off. Storing a frequently used original size saves you the trouble of manually setting the size each time you copy that size of document.
  • Page 87: Normal Copying

    NORMAL COPYING This section describes the normal copying procedure. Making copies with the automatic document feeder I I I I 1-sided copies of 1-sided originals Original Copy Place the originals in the document feeder tray. (pages 4-3 to 4-6) Make sure that the 1-sided to 1-sided copy mode is selected.
  • Page 88 NORMAL COPYING Select the desired output mode (page 4-9). The sort mode is the 2-SIDED COPY default mode. To select the group OUTPUT mode, [OUTPUT] touch the [GROUP] key FILE on the output setting screen, and then touch the [OK] key on the setting screen.
  • Page 89 I I I I Copy output (sort and group) Example: Making five sets or five copies each of three originals G G G G Sorting copies into sets Original SPECIAL MODES 2-SIDED COPY OUTPUT Touch the Set the [OUTPUT] key number of copies (5) When using the automatic document feeder, sorting is...
  • Page 90: G Automatic Two-Sided Copying Using The Automatic

    NORMAL COPYING Automatic two-sided document feeder When the optional duplex module is installed, the following automatic two-sided copying can be performed. The paper is automatically turned over during copying, allowing two-sided copies to be made with ease. Original Copy Place the originals in the document feeder tray.
  • Page 91: G Copying From The Document Glass

    Copying from the document glass When copying originals which cannot be fed from the automatic document feeder such as thick originals, open the document cover and copy the originals from the document glass. I I I I 1-sided copies of 1-sided originals Original Copy Place the original on the document glass.
  • Page 92 NORMAL COPYING Select the desired output mode. (page 4- Group 2-SIDED COPY default mode. To select sort mode, OUTPUT touch key, touch the [SORT] key in the screen that FILE appears, and then touch the [OK] key. Use the numeric keys to set the desired number of copies.
  • Page 93: G Automatic Two-Sided Copying From The Document Glass

    Automatic two-sided copying from the document glass When the optional duplex module is installed, the following automatic two-sided copying can be performed. The paper is automatically turned over during copying, allowing two-sided copies to be made with ease. Original Place the original on the document glass. (pages 4-3 to 4-6) Original scale Original scale...
  • Page 94: Adjusting The Exposure

    ADJUSTING THE EXPOSURE Select an appropriate exposure mode for the original to be copied. The selections are AUTO, TEXT, TEXT/PHOTO and PHOTO. I I I I Automatic exposure adjustment The default exposure ORIGINAL setting is "AUTO", which automatically AUTO the exposure for the EXPOSURE original.
  • Page 95: Reduction/Enlargement/Zoom

    REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM Reduction and enlargement ratios can be selected automatically or manually. G Automatic selection: Auto image (see below) G Manual selection: Preset copy ratios/zoom (see page 4-16) Automatic selection (auto image) The reduction or enlargement ratio will be selected automatically based on the original size and the selected paper size. Place the original in the document feeder tray or on the document glass.
  • Page 96: Manual Selection (Preset Copy Ratios/Zoom)

    REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM Manual selection (preset copy ratios/zoom) Preset ratios (maximum 400%, minimum 25%) can be selected with the enlargement and reduction keys. In addition, the zoom keys can be used to select any ratio from 25% to 400% in increments of 1%. <The key operator program on page 14 of the key operator's guide can be used to set two additional enlargement ratios and two additional reduction ratios.>...
  • Page 97 Make sure that an appropriate paper size has been selected based on the selected ratio. ORIGIN L AUTO EXPOSURE Auto paper select display AUTO PAPER SELECT COPY RATIO NOTE If the auto paper select display does not appear, a tray with the correct size of paper for the selected ratio will not be automatically selected.
  • Page 98: G Xy Zoom

    REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM XY ZOOM The XY ZOOM feature allows the horizontal and vertical copy ratios to be changed separately. The ratios can set from 25% to 400% in increments of 1%. Example: Selecting 100% for the length and 50% for the width Original Place the original in the document feeder tray or on the document glass.
  • Page 99 Use the reduction, enlargement, and ZOOM ([ ], [ ]) keys to change the copy ratio in the vertical (Y) direction. A fixed ratio key will not become when touched. ZOOM The zoom keys can be used to change the ratio from 25% to 400% in ZOOM increments of 1%.
  • Page 100: Special Papers

    SPECIAL PAPERS The tray 2 and the bypass tray on the optional duplex module with bypass tray can be used to make copies on transparencies, postcards, label sheets, envelopes* *1 Envelopes can be placed in the tray 2. Place the original in the document feeder tray or on the document glass.
  • Page 101 CHAPTER 5 CONVENIENT COPY FUNCTIONS This chapter explains special-purpose functions, storing of copy settings, and other convenient functions. Please select and read sections of this chapter as needed. SPECIAL MODES... 5-2 General procedure for using special functions... 5-2 Margin shift... 5-3 Erase...
  • Page 102: Special Modes

    SPECIAL MODES Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key in the main screen of copy mode to open the special modes screen. The following functions can be selected in the special modes screen. Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key in the main screen. READY TO SCAN FOR COPY.
  • Page 103: G Margin Shift

    Margin shift The margin shift function will automatically shift the text or image on the copy paper approximately 10 mm (1/2") in its initial setting. This function is convenient when stapling or binding copies with a string. NOTES G The initial setting for the margin width can be changed in the key operator programs to any value from 0 to 20 mm (0 to 1").
  • Page 104: Erase

    SPECIAL MODES Erase The erase function is used to erase the shadow lines on copies produced when copying thick originals or books. The erase modes that can be selected are shown below. The erase width is approximately 10 mm (1/2") in it's initial setting.
  • Page 105: Dual Page Copy

    Dual page copy The dual page copy function produces separate copies of two documents placed side by side on the document glass. This function is especially useful when copying books and other bound documents. [Example] Copying right and left pages of a book Book original To display the special modes screen...
  • Page 106: G Pamphlet Copy

    SPECIAL MODES Pamphlet copy The pamphlet copy function is used to arrange copies in proper order for eventual centre-stapling and folding into a booklet. Two original pages are copied onto each side of copy paper. Four pages are, therefore, copied onto one sheet. This function is convenient for arranging copies into an attractive booklet or pamphlet.
  • Page 107 Select whether or not you wish to copy on the cover ("YES" or "NO"). PRINT ON COVER Select the paper tray for the cover. (1)The currently selected CANCEL paper tray for the PAPER TRAY cover is displayed. (2)The size and type of TRAY2 paper in the currently selected...
  • Page 108: G Job Build

    SPECIAL MODES Job build Use job build mode when you need to copy more originals than can be placed in the document feeder at once. The maximum number of originals that can be placed in the document feeder at once is 50 sheets (30 sheets when the size is B4 or larger;...
  • Page 109: G Tandem Copy

    (See page 5-7 of the "Operation manual 50 sets of copies (for printer)") GWhen configuring the tandem settings in the server machine, the IP address of the client machine must be entered. For the port number, it is best to use the initial setting (50001).
  • Page 110 SPECIAL MODES Press the [START] key. NOTES G To perform tandem copying, the server machine and client machine must meet certain conditions. After the [START] key is pressed on the server machine, the server machine verifies that the conditions have been met.
  • Page 111: G Covers/Inserts

    Covers/inserts A different type of paper can be inserted in positions corresponding to front and back covers of a copy job when the automatic document feeder is used. A different type of paper can also be automatically added as an insert at specified pages.
  • Page 112 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Procedure for inserting front and back cover paper The paper for the front cover is called the front cover paper ("FRONT COVER" in the touch panel). The paper for the back cover is called the back cover paper ("BACK COVER" in the touch panel). GExamples of insertion methods for the front and back cover paper are given on pages 5-17 to 5-20.
  • Page 113 I I I I Procedure for adding inserts You can have different paper automatically inserted as an insert at a specified pages. Two types of insert paper can be used. These are specified with the [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] key and [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING] in the touch panel.
  • Page 114 SPECIAL MODES Touch the [INSERTION SETTINGS] key to specify the pages where you wish to insert the insert papers of [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] [INSERTION SETTING]. CANCE RTION SETTING INSERTION SETTINGS TION SETTING Touch the [INSERTION TYPE A] key or the [INSERTION TYPE B] key, enter the page number where you wish to insert the insert paper with the numeric keys, and then...
  • Page 115 I I I I Checking, editing, and deleting cover/insert pages The [PAGE LAYOUT] key appears after covers/inserts settings are configured (the settings of step 1 through step 7 on pages 5-12 and 5-13). The [PAGE LAYOUT] key is used for the following: G To display the status of covers/inserts pages G To edit, delete, or add inserted pages To display the [PAGE LAYOUT] key...
  • Page 116 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Examples of covers and inserts The relations between the originals and finished copies when covers or inserts are inserted are shown on the following pages. Covers GOne-sided copying of one-sided originals (page 5-17) GOne-sided copying of two-sided originals (page 5-19) Inserts GOne-sided copying of one-sided originals...
  • Page 117 I I I I Covers (One-sided copying of one-sided originals) One-sided copies are made of the following one-sided originals. 1st page 2nd page Copying on cover Front cover Back cover No copying No copying One-sided No copying copying Two-sided No copying copying One-sided No copying...
  • Page 118 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Covers (Two-sided copying of one-sided originals) Two-sided copies are made of the following one-sided originals. 1st page 2nd page Copying on cover Front cover Back cover No copying No copying One-sided No copying copying Two-sided No copying copying...
  • Page 119 I I I I Covers (One-sided copying of Two-sided originals) One-sided copies are made of the following two-sided originals. 1st page 2nd page Copying on cover Front cover Back cover No copying No copying One-sided No copying copying Two-sided No copying copying One-sided No copying...
  • Page 120 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Covers (Two-sided copying of two-sided originals) Two-sided copies are made of the following two-sided originals. 1st page 2nd page Copying on cover Front cover Back cover No copying No copying One-sided No copying copying Two-sided No copying copying...
  • Page 121 I I I I Inserts (One-sided copying of one-sided originals) One-sided and two-sided copying is performed using the following one-sided originals. The insertion page of the insert is set to page 3. 1st page 2nd page Copying on Resulting copies (one-sided copying) insert No copying One-sided...
  • Page 122: G Transparency Film With Insert Sheets

    Touch the [PAPER TRAY SETTINGS] key. The paper tray selection screen will appear. PAPER TRAY RINT SETTINGS PRINTER CONDITION ORWARD Touch the [TRAY SETTINGS] key. CUSTOM SETTINGS PAPER TRAY SETTINGS TRAY SETTINGS 5-22 G This function only operates in "one-sided to one- sided"...
  • Page 123: G Multi Shot

    Select the tray 2. OR COPY. AUTO ORIGIN PLAIN 1. A4 2. A4 TRANSPARENCY EXPOS 3. A3 PLAIN PAPE 4. A4 PLAIN COPY R To display the special modes screen... See "General procedure for using special functions" on page 5-2. Touch the [TRANSPARENCY INSERTS] key in the special modes screen (2nd screen).
  • Page 124 SPECIAL MODES To display the special modes screen... See "General procedure for using special functions" on page 5-2. Touch the [MULTI SHOT] key in the special modes screen (2nd screen). The MULTI SHOT setting screen will appear. TRANSPARENCY A multi shot icon ( MULTI SHOT INSERTS etc.) will also appear in...
  • Page 125: G Book Copy

    Book copy This function is convenient when you wish to compile copies of books or other bound originals into an attractive pamphlet format. The two pages of the open book are scanned as a set, and two pages each are copied onto the front and back sides of the copy paper (four pages are copied onto one sheet of copy paper).
  • Page 126: G Card Shot

    SPECIAL MODES Card shot When copying a card, this function allows you to combine the front and back sides on a single sheet of paper. This function is convenient for making copies for certification purposes and helps save paper. Original Copy CARD CARD...
  • Page 127 Touch the outer [OK] key. You will return to the main screen of copy CANCEL mode. SIZE RESET FIT TO PAGE Place the original on the document glass. Place the front side of the original face down document cover. Follow steps 4 through 6 of "Copying from the document glass"...
  • Page 128: G Mirror Image

    SPECIAL MODES Mirror image This function is used to print a mirror image of the original. The images will be inverted in the right to left direction on the copies. Original To display the special modes screen... See "General procedure for using special functions"...
  • Page 129: G Print Menu

    Print menu The date, a stamp, page numbers, and entered text can be printed on copies. Four selections are available for the PRINT MENU: • Date print (page 5-32) This prints the date on the paper. [Example] Printing 2004/OCT/1 in the upper right- hand corner of the paper 2004/OCT/1 The format of the date and the character that...
  • Page 130 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Common operation procedure for using the print menu To display the special modes screen... See "General procedure for using special functions" on page 5-2. Touch the [PRINT MENU] key in the special modes screen (3rd screen). The print menu setting screen will appear.
  • Page 131 Check the print layout if needed (page 5- 40). To display the layout and print content of the LAYOUT CANCEL configured print menu, 2-SIDED ORIGINAL TYPE touch the [LAYOUT] key. The position can S WHEN COPYING ON COVERS/INSERTS settings cancelled if needed.
  • Page 132 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Printing the date on copies The date can be printed on copies. Four selections each are available for the date format and the character that separates the year, month, and day. NOTE The date must be previously set in the custom settings. (See page 2-13.) Follow steps 1 and 2 of "Common operation procedure for using the print menu"...
  • Page 133 I I I I Printing a stamp (reverse text) on copies A message such as "CONFIDENTIAL" can be printed in reverse text on copies. The following 12 messages are available. CONFIDENTIAL FOR YOUR INFO. DO NOT COPY URGENT You can select from three density levels for the background of the stamp. Two selections are available for the size of the stamp.
  • Page 134 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Printing the page number on copies The page number can be printed on copies. One of 6 formats can be selected for the page number. Follow steps 1 and 2 of "Common operation procedure for using the print menu"...
  • Page 135 When covers/inserts are added and you wish to include the covers/inserts in the page number count, touch the [COVERS/ INSERTS COUNTING] key. LAST NUMBER AUTO COVERS/INSERTS COUNTING Select the checkboxes of the items that you wish to include in the page number count and then touch the [OK] key.
  • Page 136 SPECIAL MODES Examples of page number printing Page number printing during one-sided copying (5 originals) Setting TOTAL PAGE FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET FIRST NUMBER: 11 FIRST NUMBER: 11 LAST NUMBER: 13 Printed contents when TOTAL PAGE: 2 settings are changed as TOTAL PAGE: 15 follows...
  • Page 137 Page number printing during two-sided copying of body pages with covers (one-side copying) inserted (9 originals) 1st page (front cover) Setting Value Front TOTAL PAGE AUTO FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER AUTO PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET COUNT FRONT Not selected COVER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET: 3 printed...
  • Page 138 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Printing entered text on copies Entered text can be printed on copies. Up to 50 characters can be printed. Up to 30 sequences of frequently used text can be stored. See "Storing text sequences" (page 5-39). NOTE When the machine is connected to a network, the printed text sequences can be stored and deleted in the Web page.
  • Page 139 Storing text sequences Follow steps 1 and 2 of "Common operation procedure for using the print menu" (page 5-30). Touch the [TEXT] key. LAYOUT CANCEL DATE STAMP PAGE TEXT NUMBERING Touch the [STORE/DELETE] key. PRE-SET RECALL STORE/DELETE Touch that programmed (a key in which No. xx appears).
  • Page 140 SPECIAL MODES I I I I Checking and changing the print layout You can check the print layout after the print items have been selected. If needed you can change the print position or delete print content. Touch the [LAYOUT] key on the print menu screen.
  • Page 141: Storing, Using And Deleting Job Programs

    STORING, USING AND DELETING JOB PROGRAMS The steps of up to 10 copy jobs can be stored as job programs. Job programs can be called up with ease, and are retained even when the power is turned off. By storing frequently used copy settings in a job program, you can eliminate the bother of selecting the settings each time you use them for a copy job.
  • Page 142: G Storing A Job Program

    STORING, USING AND DELETING JOB PROGRAMS Calling up a job program Press the [#/P] key. Touch the number key of the desired job program. JOB PROGRAMS automatically closes and PRESS PROGRAM NUMBER. the job program is called up. A number key that does not have a job program RECALL...
  • Page 143: Interrupting A Copy Run

    INTERRUPTING A COPY RUN The copy of the original scanned in interrupt mode is output before the remainder of the interrupted copy job. Touch the [INTERRUPT] key. If interrupt copying is INTERRUPT possible during a copy run, the [INTERRUPT] AUTO RIGINAL ORIGINA key will appear.
  • Page 145: Machine Maintenance (For Copying)

    CHAPTER 6 MACHINE MAINTENANCE (FOR COPYING) This chapter explains procedures for cleaning the machine, and troubleshooting. USER MAINTENANCE ... 6-2 Cleaning the document glass and the automatic document feeder ... 6-2 Cleaning the main charger of the photoconductive drum... 6-2 TROUBLESHOOTING ...
  • Page 146: User Maintenance

    USER MAINTENANCE Cleaning the document glass and the automatic document feeder If the document glass, document cover or automatic document scanning unit have dirty spots, these spots will form lines in scanned images. These will show up as defects when the images are printed. Always keep these parts clean. If black or white stripes appear on printed images of originals that were fed through the automatic document feeder, wipe the long narrow glasses in the scanning unit ((A) and (B) in the illustration).
  • Page 147: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Check the following troubleshooting list before requesting service as many problems can be fixed by the user. If you are unable to solve the problem by checking the list, turn off the power switch, and unplug the power cord. Problems related to the copy function are described below.
  • Page 149: Document Filing Function

    CHAPTER 7 DOCUMENT FILING FUNCTION OVERVIEW... 7-2 Document filing function... 7-2 TO USE THE DOCUMENT FILING FUNCTION... 7-4 A look at the operation panel ... 7-4 Saving files... 7-4 Main screen of document filing ... 7-5 Document filing icons ... 7-5 SAVING A DOCUMENT IMAGE FILE ...
  • Page 150: Overview

    The scanned document image is saved when printing or transmitting a document in copy mode, printer mode, or image send mode ("QUICK FILE" or "FILE"). A document can also be scanned and saved without being printed, copied, or transmitted ("scan save").
  • Page 151 G Except in cases provided for by law, SHARP Corporation bears no responsibility for any damages that result from the leaking of sensitive information due to 1) manipulation by a third party of any data saved using the Quick File function or filing function, or 2) incorrect operation of the Quick File function or filing function by the operator that saves the data.
  • Page 152: To Use The Document Filing Function

    TO USE THE DOCUMENT FILING FUNCTION A look at the operation panel (1) Touch panel (see the next page) This displays messages and keys. Keys can be touched to select and enter settings. When a key is touched, a beep will sound and the key will be highlighted to indicate that it is selected.
  • Page 153: G Main Screen Of Document Filing

    Main screen of document filing To display the main screen of document filing, press the [DOCUMENT FILING] key when the touch panel shows the copy mode screen, image send mode, or the job status screen. The main screen shows messages, keys, and items that can be selected for document filing.
  • Page 154: Saving A Document Image File

    SAVING A DOCUMENT IMAGE FILE Quick File When printing or transmitting a document in copy mode, printer mode, or fax/image transmission mode, "QUICK FILE" can be selected to save an image of the document to the Quick File folder. The image can be called up at a later time, allowing you to print or transmit the document without having to locate the original.
  • Page 155: Filing

    Filing When printing or transmitting a document in copy mode, printer mode, or image send mode, "FILE" can be selected to save an image of the document to the main folder or a previously created custom folder. The image can be called up at a later time, allowing you to print or transmit the document without having to locate the original.
  • Page 156 SAVING A DOCUMENT IMAGE FILE Touch the [OK] key. The touched folder is selected and you return FOLDER to the screen of step 7. name is displayed. If needed, select the [CONFIDENTIAL] checkbox (only in copy mode). When this is selected, the file is stored with the FILE INFORMATION attribute [CONFIDENTIAL].
  • Page 157: G Print Jobs

    Print jobs Print jobs sent to the machine using the machine's printer driver can be saved in the main folder or a previously created custom folder when printed. The saved print data can be called up and printed or transmitted without having to open the original file on your computer.
  • Page 158: G Scan Save

    SAVING A DOCUMENT IMAGE FILE Scan Save Scan save is used to save a scanned document image in the main folder or the custom folder without copying or transmitting it. Press the [DOCUMENT FILING] key on the operation panel. Touch the [SCAN TO HDD] key. FILE STORE SCAN TO HDD Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key.
  • Page 159 Touch the [RESOLUTION] key. AUTO EXPOSURE 300x300dpi RESOLUTION AUTO ORIGINAL Touch the key of the desired resolution. PRESS [ST RT] TO SC N ORIGIN L. SCAN TO HDD 200x200dpi AUTO EXPOSURE 300x300dpi 400x400dpi RESOLUTION AUTO 600x600dpi ORIGINAL Select one of four resolution levels as appropriate for the original.
  • Page 160 SAVING A DOCUMENT IMAGE FILE I I I I Using special functions for scan save. Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key in the main scan save screen to display the special modes screen. The functions below can be selected in this screen. READY TO SCAN TO HDD.
  • Page 161: Calling Up And Using A File

    CALLING UP AND USING A FILE Searching for and calling up a saved file When calling up a file, you can enter the file name, folder name, or user name to quickly search for the file. To search for a file, touch the [SEARCH] key in the main screen of document filing mode or in a screen that shows folders or files in a folder.
  • Page 162 CALLING UP AND USING A FILE The results of the user name search appear. Touch the desired file name or folder name. SEARCH FILE OR FOLDER NAME USER NAME Product SpecA Suzuki Product B Tanaka Product 2 Kondou GSee page 7-5 for a list of the document filing icons.
  • Page 163: Calling Up And Using A Saved File

    Calling up and using a saved file A file saved with the document filing function can be called up and printed or manipulated as needed. The following operations can be performed: G [Print] : Print the file (page 7-16). G [Send] : Transmit the saved file (page 7-17). The file can be transmitted by Scan to E-mail, Scan to FTP, fax, or Internet fax.
  • Page 164 CALLING UP AND USING A FILE Touch the key of the operation that you wish to perform. JOB SETTINGS Basic specifications Yamada Taro SELECT THE JOB. PRINT SEND MOVE DELETE I I I I [Print] A saved file can be printed. The screen below appears when the [PRINT] key is selected in the operation selection screen.
  • Page 165 I I I I [Send] A saved file can be transmitted by Scan to E-mail, Scan to FTP, fax, or Internet fax. These transmission methods require installation of the appropriate options. The following screen appears when the [SEND] key is touched. Select the destination and other settings required for transmission and then touch the [SEND] (10) key to transmit the file.
  • Page 166 CALLING UP AND USING A FILE (11) [SEND SETTINGS] key [SEND SETTINGS] key is displayed in E-mail/FTP mode and Internet FAX mode. Touch this key to set the subject and file name. In E-mail/FTP mode, sender name can also be set. NOTE See the "Operation manual (for facsimile)"...
  • Page 167 I I I I [Move] This operation is used to move a file to a different folder. The following screen appears when the [MOVE] key is selected. Only [SHARING] and [CONFIDENTIAL] files can be moved. A [PROTECT] file can be moved by first using [PROPERTY CHANGE] to change the attribute to [SHARING] or [CONFIDENTIAL].
  • Page 168 CALLING UP AND USING A FILE I I I I Calling up and manipulating a file from the job status screen Files saved using the "FILE" and "QUICK FILE" functions appear as keys in the finished job status screen. You can view information on a file that appears in this screen and manipulate the file. Press the [JOB STATUS] key.
  • Page 169: Custom Settings

    CUSTOM SETTINGS Creating, editing, and deleting user names and folders This section explains how to create, edit, and delete user names and custom folders for saving files with the document filing function. User names and custom folders are created and edited at the operation panel of the machine or in the Web page.
  • Page 170 CUSTOM SETTINGS I I I I Programming a user name To program a user name, follow steps 1 and 2 on page 7-21, touch the [USER NAME REGISTRATION] key in step 3, and then follow these steps: Touch the [USER NAME] key. The lowest number that CUSTOM SETTINGS No.001...
  • Page 171: Folders

    I I I I Editing and deleting a user name To edit or delete a user name, follow steps 1 and 2 on page 7-21 and then follow these steps: Touch the [AMEND/DELETE USER NAME] key. AMEND/DELETE USER NAME AMEND/DELETE CUSTOM FOLDER Touch the [USER NAME] key that you wish to edit or delete.
  • Page 172 CUSTOM SETTINGS I I I I Creating a custom folder Up to 500 custom folders can be created. When no further folders can be created, delete unneeded folders (page 7-25) and then create a new folder. A password can be omitted when creating a folder. To create a custom folder, follow steps 1 and 2 on page 7-21, touch the [CUSTOM FOLDER REGISTRATION] key in step 3, and then follow the steps below.
  • Page 173 Touch the [OK] key. ADD NEW JKLMN OPQRST UVWXYZ I I I I Editing/deleting a custom folder To edit a previously created folder (change the folder name, initial, password, or user name), or to delete a folder, follow steps 1 and 2 on page 7-21 and then follow the steps below. When deleting a folder...
  • Page 174: Entering Characters

    To enter or edit characters in setting screens such as auto dial key programming screens, follow the steps below. Characters that can be entered are alphabetical characters, special characters, numbers, and symbols. I I I I Entering alphabetical characters (Example: Sharp äÄ) Touch the [S] key. Characters cannot be entered beyond the "...
  • Page 175 I I I I Entering numbers and symbols Touch the [AB/ab 12#$%] key. When the characters "12#$%" are highlighted, number/symbol entry mode is selected. Enter the desired number or symbol. Numbers and symbols that can be entered are as follows: Screen 1/2 Screen 2/2 * Change screens by touching the...
  • Page 176: Troubleshooting

    This section explains problems frequently encountered when using the document filing function. If you experience any difficulty, refer to the following table. For information on general machine problems, printer problems, fax problems, and network scanner problems, please see the troubleshooting sections of the appropriate manuals.
  • Page 177 CHAPTER 8 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter contains useful information about the machine. Page SPECIFICATIONS ... 8-2 LIST OF COMBINATION OF PERIPHERAL DEVICES... 8-4 INDEX ... 8-5...
  • Page 178 80 seconds or less First-copy time AR-M351N 4.9 seconds or less* AR-M451N 4.4 seconds or less* * Conditions: The document glass is used and A4 size paper is fed horizontally from Copy ratio Variable: 25 to 400% in 1% increments, total 376 steps...
  • Page 179 15 copies/min. Printing mode 6.8B or less 0.02 mg/m or less 0.075 mg/m or less 0.07 mg/m or less SPECIFICATIONS AR-M451N 20 copies/min. 22 copies/min. 45 copies/min. 30 copies/min. 45 copies/min. 18 copies/min. 18 copies/min. Standby mode 5.0B or less...
  • Page 180 LIST PERIPHERAL DEVICES The table below shows the possible system configurations. Some devices require the installation of others (B) to be functional and some cannot be installed together (A). Related to paper feed unit Multi purpose drawer Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer Stand/MPD &...
  • Page 181 INDEX ] key ... 1-13 [#/P] key ... 1-13 I I I I Numerics 1-sided copy -Automatic document feeder ... 4-7 -Document glass ... 4-11 2in1 ... 5-23, 7-12 2-sided copy... 1-3, 4-10, 4-13 I I I I A ACC.#-C... 1-13 [ACC.#-C] key ...
  • Page 182 INDEX Entering characters ... 7-26 to 7-27 Erase...1-4, 5-2, 5-4, 7-12 Examples of covers and inserts ... 5-16 to 5-21 -Covers... 5-17 to 5-20 -Inserts ... 5-21 Exit tray ... 1-9, 1-11, 3-2 I I I I F Facsimile expansion kit ... 1-12 Fax data receival/forward...
  • Page 183 [PRINT JOB] key... 1-16 Print menu... 5-29 to 5-40 -Date ... 5-32 -Stamp... 5-33 -Page numbering... 5-34 -Text ... 5-38 Printer condition ... 2-12 Printer test page... 2-14 [PRIORITY] key... 1-16 Proper storage ... 2-16 Protect... 7-3 PS3 expansion kit ... 1-11 Punch module ...
  • Page 184 INDEX Top tray ... 3-5, 3-7 Total count ... 2-14 Total number of originals... 4-2 Touch panel ...1-13, 1-14, 7-4, 7-5 Transparency film... 2-3, 2-4, 2-10, 2-16, 4-20, 5-22 Transparency inserts... 1-5, 5-2, 5-22 Tray ... 1-9 Troubleshooting -Copier operation ... 6-3 -Document filing function...
  • Page 187 This equipment complies with the requirements of Directives 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC. Dieses Gerät entspricht den Anforderungen der EG-Richtlinien 89/336/EWG und 73/23/EWG mit Änderung 93/68/EWG. Ce matériel répond aux exigences contenues dans les directives 89/336/CEE et 73/23/CEE modifiées par la directive 93/68/CEE.
  • Page 188 OPERATION MANUAL This manual has been printed using a vegetable-based soy oil ink to help protect the environment. Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper (for general information and copier operation) SHARP CORPORATION PRINTED IN CHINA 2004J TINSE2797FCZZ...

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