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The Xerox DocuPrint 4512
4512N Network Laser Printer
Setting Up Guide

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  • Page 1 The Xerox DocuPrint 4512 4512N Network Laser Printer Setting Up Guide...
  • Page 2 XEROX®, The Document Company®, the stylized X, DocuPrint, and 4512 are trademarks of Xerox Corporation or its subsidiaries.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Testing the Printer ... 12 Installing Printer Options ... 13 Connecting to the Host ... 14 Xerox Font Manager ... 16 Installing a Printer Driver ... 17 What to Do Next ... 19 S e t t i n g U p G u i d e...
  • Page 4: Overview

    S e t t i n g U p t h e D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N Overview Setting up your Xerox DocuPrint 4512/4512N Network Laser Printer is quite easy. It will likely take 10 to 30 minutes, depending on which printer options you install.
  • Page 5: Selecting A Printer Location

    Selecting a Select a printer location that meets the minimum space requirements shown in Figure 1. Set the printer on a flat, stable surface away from Printer direct sunlight and electrical interference. Location Top View In selecting a location for the printer, you should also consider the following: •...
  • Page 6: Unpacking The Printer

    Unpack the printer from its box. Make sure that all of the parts, as shown in Figure 2, are present. If they are not, contact your dealer or Printer Xerox/Rank Xerox. Figure 2 Printer parts Power Cord Photoconductor / Drum...
  • Page 7: Getting To Know The Printer

    Getting to First, familiarize yourself with the major components identified in Figure 3. Then continue with “Assembling the Printer” (page 6). Know the Printer Figure 3 Major printer components Front View Fuser Cover Control Panel Display Front Cover Manual Feed Slot Manual Feed Guide Upper Paper Tray Lower Paper Tray...
  • Page 8: Assembling The Printer

    S e t t i n g U p t h e D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N Assembling the Assembling the printer is easily accomplished in just a few steps: •...
  • Page 9 Hold the Toner Cartridge by its handle and gently lower it into the printer. The cartridge does not click into place. The arrows on the cartridge and printer should line up. A s s e m b l i n g t h e P r i n t e r Hold the Toner Cartridge in place and pull the tab to remove the tape strip.
  • Page 10 A s s e m b l i n g t h e P r i n t e r Remove the Photoconductor / Drum from its wrapper and insert it vertically into the slots on the sides of the printer’s interior. The photosensitive drum is easily damaged.
  • Page 11 Remove the Cleaning Felt from its wrapper and, holding it by the protruding grip, insert it into the slot. Close the front cover and the top cover. Remove the stopper that protects the tray’s spring mechanism by twisting it out. Keep the stopper in case you need it when transporting the printer.
  • Page 12 A s s e m b l i n g t h e P r i n t e r Insert a stack of paper into the tray so that the stack fits under the two metal tabs at the inside front corners of the tray.
  • Page 13 Insert the Manual Feed Guide into the manual feed slot on the front of the printer. It should rest on its support brackets in an almost horizontal position. S e t t i n g U p t h e D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N Insert the Tray Extension into the back of the paper output tray.
  • Page 14: Testing The Printer

    The Data light goes on and the Configuration Sheet prints. If the Configuration Sheet does not print, refer to Chapter 6: Troubleshooting in the DocuPrint 4512/4512N User Guide. When the page finishes printing, the DATA light goes off. Press On Line The On Line light goes on.
  • Page 15: Installing Printer Options

    Installing A number of options are available to increase the capabilities of your DocuPrint 4512/4512N. Contact your dealer or Xerox/Rank Xerox for Printer Options ordering information. Printer options include: • • • • • Paper handling options include: • •...
  • Page 16: Connecting To The Host

    If the printer has the Ethernet NIC option preinstalled, refer to the NIC card installation manual to initialize, configure and set up the NIC card on the printer. Always power off the DocuPrint 4512 and the host before attaching the printer interface cable. Caution...
  • Page 17 Install the appropriate DocuPrint 4512 printer driver(s) (described on page 17) on your host as per the instructions provided with each driver. To verify communications, send a job to the printer. Refer to Appendix B: Installing Options in the DocuPrint 4512/4512N User Guide for complete instructions. Maximum Length...
  • Page 18: Xerox Font Manager

    S e t t i n g U p t h e D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N Xerox Font The Xerox Font Manager ships with 110 fonts. Most importantly, the Xerox Font Manager uses Agfa’s new MicroType font compression...
  • Page 19: Installing A Printer Driver

    I n s t a l l i n g a P r i n t e r D r i v e r The DocuPrint 4512 supports the PCL 5e emulation printer drivers listed in Table 2. To take full advantage of all the printer’s features when printing PCL jobs, install the appropriate DocuPrint 4512 PCL 5e emulation printer driver(s).
  • Page 20 OnPAGE PS2 Printer Driver for Microsoft Windows NT 3.5 Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 Ver. 2.1 Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 WARP OnPAGE OnPAGE Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for SUN OS 4.1.3...
  • Page 21: What To Do Next

    Do Next If you have any questions or need to set optional parameters for printing, the DocuPrint 4512/4512N User Guide is a complete reference guide to all the printer’s features and functions. For a listing of the printer’s factory default settings, refer to Chapter 3: The Control Panel in the DocuPrint 4512/4512N User Guide.
  • Page 22 W h a t t o D o N e x t S e t t i n g U p G u i d e...
  • Page 23 Introduction Overview of the User Guide ... 1-2 Printer Components ... 1-3 Special Features ... 1-4 Duplex Printing ... 1-4 Multiple Paper Trays and Increased Paper Handling ... 1-4 Automatic Emulation/Input Switching ... 1-4 State Saving ... 1-4 Printer Generated Reports ... 1-5 Memory Expansion ...
  • Page 24: Overview Of The User Guide

    As this guide serves both printers, the DocuPrint 4512N will hereafter be referred to as the DocuPrint 4512. The DocuPrint 4512 is ready to go after you set it up following the instructions in the Setting Up Guide. As you use the printer, however,...
  • Page 25: Printer Components

    Printer The major printer components are indicated below. Components Figure 1.1 Front View Fuser Cover Control Panel Display Front Cover Manual Feed Slot Manual Feed Guide Upper Paper Tray Lower Paper Tray Paper Output Tray Top Cover Tray Release Buttons Rear View Top Cover Release Lever Tray Extension...
  • Page 26: Special Features

    The DocuPrint 4512 then switches to the proper language for that job. The DocuPrint 4512 can have up to two active ports when you install an optional interface card (AppleTalk/Serial Interface, Ethernet or Token Ring). The printer automatically switches between input sources, samples the print job, and switches to the appropriate processing language.
  • Page 27: Printer Generated Reports

    See Chapter 3: The Control Panel for more information about these reports. Memory Expansion The DocuPrint 4512 printer has 2 MB resident memory and can be increased with additional memory SIMMs up to 50 MB. See “Memory Considerations” (page 1-7). Also see Appendix A: Ordering Information to order more printer memory.
  • Page 28: Multigray Enhancement

    S p e c i a l F e a t u r e s MultiGray When the PostScript option is installed, MultiGray enhancement multiplies the number of gray scales available for printing scanned Enhancement photographs or computer graphic images with graded fills. Power Saving After 30 minutes of inactivity, the printer automatically turns off internal components to reduce the amount of electricity used.
  • Page 29: Memory Considerations

    Page Protection On Letter Executive Legal Folio DocuPrint 4512 printing features such as duplex printing, page protection and state saving, when on, use available printer memory—memory that is otherwise used for processing jobs. Downloading fonts also uses available printer memory. Simplex...
  • Page 30 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 31: Paper Handling

    Paper Handling Selecting Paper ... 2-3 Storing Paper ... 2-4 Paper Tray Loading ... 2-5 Paper Trays ... 2-5 Adjusting Trays for Paper Size ... 2-5 Loading Paper for Simplex (One-Sided) Printing ... 2-6 Loading Paper for Duplex (Two-Sided) Printing ... 2-7 Loading Envelopes in the Envelope Tray ...
  • Page 32 P a p e r H a n d l i n g Paper Output ... 2-14 Using the Tray Extension ... 2-14 Automatic Tray Switching ... 2-15 Bind Options for Duplex Printing ... 2-16 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 33 Selecting Paper Table 2.1 lists the size paper, envelopes, and other print media you can use with all DocuPrint 4512 input and output trays. Using sizes other than those listed below, or paper not recommended for laser printers, may result in paper jams.
  • Page 34: Selecting Paper

    S e l e c t i n g P a p e r Storing Paper The DocuPrint 4512’s print quality is optimized when paper and other print media are properly stored. Proper storage ensures optimum print quality and trouble-free printer options.
  • Page 35: Paper Tray Loading

    Paper and other print media are loaded into the upper and lower trays identically. Refer to Table 2.1 on page 2-3 for acceptable paper sizes. Loading Paper Trays The DocuPrint 4512 provides the following paper trays: • The upper and lower trays each hold 250 sheets of 20 lb (75 g/m paper.
  • Page 36: Loading Paper For Simplex (one-sided) Printing

    P a p e r T r a y L o a d i n g Loading Paper Figure 2.2 shows the proper orientation when loading paper for simplex (one-sided) printing. for Simplex (One-Sided) Printing Figure 2.2 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Proper orientation in tray for simplex printing...
  • Page 37: Loading Paper For Duplex (two-sided) Printing

    Loading Paper Figure 2.3 shows the proper orientation when loading paper for duplex (two-sided) printing. for Duplex (Two-Sided) Printing Figure 2.3 Loading Envelopes Figure 2.4 shows how to adjust the Envelope Tray for different envelope sizes. in the Envelope Tray Figure 2.4 P a p e r T r a y L o a d i n g Proper orientation in tray for...
  • Page 38 P a p e r H a n d l i n g Figure 2.5 shows how envelopes are loaded flap down for printing. Use the software application for proper orientation. Figure 2.5 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Proper envelope orientation in Envelope Tray...
  • Page 39: Manual Feed Guide Loading

    Manual Feed To print sizes of paper that the paper trays cannot accommodate, or to print other media such as envelopes, adhesive labels or transparencies, Guide Loading you will need to feed the media into the printer manually. Fitting and If the manual feed guide is not attached to the manual feed slot on the front of the printer, start with Step 1, below.
  • Page 40: Feeding Paper For One-sided Printing

    M a n u a l F e e d G u i d e L o a d i n g Feeding Paper for Figure 2.6 shows the proper orientation for feeding paper for simplex (one-sided) printing. One-Sided Printing Figure 2.6 Feeding Paper for Figure 2.7 shows the proper orientation for feeding paper for duplex...
  • Page 41: Printing Envelopes

    Printing Envelopes Figure 2.8 shows how envelopes are fed flap up. Use the software application for proper orientation. Figure 2.8 Printing Labels and Figure 2.9 shows the correct orientation for feeding labels. Transparencies Figure 2.9 M a n u a l F e e d G u i d e L o a d i n g Manual feed envelope orientation Manual feed label orientation C h a p t e r 2 : P a p e r H a n d l i n g...
  • Page 42 P a p e r H a n d l i n g Figure 2.10 shows the correct orientation for feeding transparencies. Figure 2.10 Manual feed transparency orientation If you get poor results when you change from normal printing on paper to printing on transparency film of the type used for overhead projectors, you should adjust the printer using the print density adjuster, discussed in the section “Adjusting Print Density”...
  • Page 43: Adjusting Print Density

    P a p e r H a n d l i n g Adjusting Print When printing graphics or when printing on media which you do not normally use, you may want to change the density of the toner. Greater Density toner density gives darker printing, but it also uses more toner, so you will have to replace your Toner Cartridge sooner.
  • Page 44: Paper Output

    P a p e r H a n d l i n g Paper Output Printed items are delivered face down to the output tray. The output tray supports up to 250 sheets of 80 g/m larger sheet sizes and helps to neatly stack large volumes of output. Using the Tray The Tray Extension is inserted into the slots on the back of the printer as shown in Figure 2.12.
  • Page 45: Automatic Tray Switching

    Automatic Tray Automatic tray switching is available for both PCL and PostScript jobs. Tray switching is useful for: Switching • Increasing paper capacity. When the current paper tray runs out of paper, the printer automatically switches to the next tray in the sequence, provided the paper in the next tray is the same size as that in the current tray.
  • Page 46: Bind Options For Duplex Printing

    Bind Options To ensure that duplex jobs print in the proper orientation, set the Bind item (in the Control Panel’s Printing menu) to the appropriate settings for Duplex (see Figure 2.13). Printing Figure 2.13 Duplex binding orientation and Control Panel menu settings Portrait Printing Set Bind to Long Edge Set Bind to Short Edge...
  • Page 47 B i n d O p t i o n s f o r D u p l e x P r i n t i n g C h a p t e r 2 : P a p e r H a n d l i n g 2-17...
  • Page 48 B i n d O p t i o n s f o r D u p l e x P r i n t i n g 2-18 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 49 B i n d O p t i o n s f o r D u p l e x P r i n t i n g C h a p t e r 2 : P a p e r H a n d l i n g 2-19...
  • Page 50 B i n d O p t i o n s f o r D u p l e x P r i n t i n g 2-20 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 51: The Control Panel

    The Control Panel Control Panel Features ... 3-2 Indicator Lights ... 3-3 Display Panel Messages ... 3-3 Control Keys ... 3-4 The Menu System ... 3-6 Using the Control Panel ... 3-7 Setting the Printer ... 3-7 Printing Test Sheets ... 3-17 Setting Power Saver Mode ...
  • Page 52: Control Panel Features

    T h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Control Panel The DocuPrint 4512 Control Panel (Figure 3.1) serves two purposes: • Features • Figure 3.1 DocuPrint 4512 Control Panel Indicator lights Display panel...
  • Page 53: Indicator Lights

    Indicator Lights The Control Panel contains four indicator lights. Table 3.1 describes the function of each light. Light Fault (Yellow) Toner/Drum (Yellow) Data (Green) On Line (Green) Display Panel The Control Panel’s display shows the following: Messages • Status messages These inform you of the printer’s operating condition, such as Self Test •...
  • Page 54: Control Keys

    C o n t r o l P a n e l F e a t u r e s Control Keys The Control Panel keypad consists of eight control keys. Table 3.2 describes the function of each key. On Line Menu Item Down...
  • Page 55 C o n t r o l P a n e l F e a t u r e s In general, the control keys are used in the following sequence: 1. Press On Line to set the printer off-line. 2.
  • Page 56: The Menu System

    T h e C o n t r o l P a n e l The Menu Table 3.3 shows the Control Panel menu structure. The name of the menu appears at the top of the column, and the menu’s items are System displayed beneath it.
  • Page 57: Using The Control Panel

    Using the The Control Panel is used to set various printer operations and to print test sheets. Control Panel Setting the Printer Table 3.4, starting on the next page, lists the most common printer setting tasks, organized by menu and menu item. The examples show a printer set for PCL 5e emulation with A4 paper in both upper and lower tray ( PCL 5e A4/A4...
  • Page 58 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation Key Press Task † Sequence Change the copies On Line setting.
  • Page 59 Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the bind On Line † setting Item Controls print Item orientation for duplex (two-sided) printing. Item Choices: Item Long Edge, Short Edge † When the Duplex item Down is set to On.
  • Page 60 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the state On Line saving setting.
  • Page 61 Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the On Line warning message Menu setting. Menu Controls the display of memory-related Item warning messages. Choices: Down On, Off Enter On Line Change the On Line manual feed...
  • Page 62 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the high On Line speed setting.
  • Page 63 Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the baud On Line rate setting. Menu Controls the rate at Menu which data is transferred between Menu the computer and the printer through the Item optional serial interface.
  • Page 64 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the parity On Line setting.
  • Page 65 Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the DTR On Line Polarity setting. Menu Controls the Menu configuration of Data Terminal Ready Menu polarity for the optional serial Item interface. Item Choices: High, Low...
  • Page 66 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.4 Using the Control Panel to set printer operation (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Change the On Line Message setting.
  • Page 67: Printing Test Sheets

    Printing Test Sheets Table 3.5 lists the procedures for printing the various test prints. Table 3.5 Using the Control Panel to print test sheets Key Press Task † Sequence Print the On Line Configuration Menu Sheet. Menu Lists the options you have installed and the Menu current settings for...
  • Page 68 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Table 3.5 Using the Control Panel to print test sheets (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Print the PS2 Font On Line List.
  • Page 69 Table 3.5 Using the Control Panel to print test sheets (continued) Key Press Task † Sequence Print the PS2 On Line Demo Page. Menu Provides a sample Menu of the printer’s PostScript capabilities Menu (if the PostScript option has been Menu installed).
  • Page 70: Setting Power Saver Mode

    10% of peak consumption after 15, 30, or 45 minutes. To set the power saver mode: Printing Simplex The DocuPrint 4512 has a Demo Page Mode in which demo pages can be printed by a single key press. To enter Demo Page Mode: and Duplex...
  • Page 71 U s i n g t h e C o n t r o l P a n e l To print a simplex demo page, press Enter To print a duplex demo page, press Up If the PostScript option is installed, the PS2 demo pages will be printed. Otherwise, the PCL 5e demo pages will be printed.
  • Page 72 T h e C o n t r o l P a n e l Printer Table 3.6, starting on the next page, contains an alphabetical listing of all Control Panel menu items. For each item listed, you will find: Parameters and •...
  • Page 73: Printer Parameters And Default Settings

    Table 3.6 Control Panel menu items, settings, and descriptions Menu Item, Location, Setting(s) When set to On, allows status messages to be sent to the computer through the printer’s Adv Fnctns bi-directional parallel port. Config Menu On, Off † Determines the rate at which data is transferred between the computer and the printer. Baud Rate Serial Menu Older computers require slower settings.
  • Page 74 P r i n t e r P a r a m e t e r s a n d D e f a u l t S e t t i n g s Table 3.6 Control Panel menu items, settings, and descriptions (continued) Menu Item, Location, Setting(s)
  • Page 75 Table 3.6 Control Panel menu items, settings, and descriptions (continued) Menu Item, Location, Setting(s) † Sets the parity communications parameter. Parity Serial Menu Printer and host values must match. None, Even, Odd † Appears only when the serial interface option is installed.
  • Page 76 3-26 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 77 Fonts Fonts in Your Printer ... 4-2 Xerox Font Manager ... 4-2 Intellifont ... 4-3 TrueType ... 4-3 Bitmap ... 4-4 PostScript ... 4-4 Printing Font Lists ... 4-5 Selecting Fonts ... 4-6 Changing the Font Number Setting ... 4-6 Downloading Fonts ...
  • Page 78: Fonts In Your Printer

    F o n t s Fonts in The DocuPrint 4512 base printer is equipped with 46 resident fonts that can be used for PCL jobs: Your Printer • • • The PostScript option provides an additional 35 PostScript-compatible fonts for PostScript jobs.
  • Page 79: Intellifont

    Intellifont Table 4.1 lists the 35 Intellifont scalable typefaces that are available in the DocuPrint 4512. Antique Olive™ Antique Olive Bold Antique Olive Italic Albertus™ Medium Albertus Extra Bold ® CG Omega CG Omega Bold CG Omega Bold Italic CG Omega Italic ®...
  • Page 80: Bitmap

    F o n t s i n Y o u r P r i n t e r Bitmap There is one bitmap font available in the DocuPrint 4512: Line Printer PostScript When the PostScript option is installed, there are 35 resident PostScript-compatible fonts available for printing PostScript jobs (as shown in Table 4.3).
  • Page 81: Printing Font Lists

    Printing The DocuPrint 4512 can print font lists that show which fonts are currently available for use. The lists include resident fonts and Font Lists downloaded fonts. Table 4.4 lists the procedures for printing font lists. Table 4.4 Using the Control Panel to print font lists...
  • Page 82: Selecting Fonts

    F o n t s Selecting Fonts Selecting fonts is rarely done manually, due to the use of WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) application software, which enables you to control the look of your output from the computer monitor. There may be times, however, when you want to print older text files without going through application software.
  • Page 83: Downloading Fonts

    Downloading Xerox DocuPrint 4512 printer drivers provide you with the ability to download fonts to the printer. Fonts • To download fonts you must first install the appropriate DocuPrint 4512 Windows 3.1/’95, Macintosh, Windows NT, or UNIX drivers. See Chapter 5: Printer Drivers.
  • Page 84 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 85 Chapter 5 Printer Drivers DocuPrint 4512 PCL 5e Emulation Printer Drivers ... 5-2 DocuPrint 4512 PostScript Printer Drivers ... 5-3 C h a p t e r 5 : P r i n t e r D r i v e r s...
  • Page 86 P r i n t e r D r i v e r s DocuPrint 4512 The base DocuPrint 4512 supports the PCL printer drivers listed in Table 5.1. To take full advantage of all the printer’s features when PCL 5e...
  • Page 87 Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 WARP OnPAGE OnPAGE Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for SUN OS 4.1.3 C h a p t e r 5 : P r i n t e r D r i v e r s...
  • Page 88 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 89 Chapter 5 Printer Drivers DocuPrint 4512 PCL 5e Emulation Printer Drivers ... 5-2 DocuPrint 4512 PostScript Printer Drivers ... 5-3 C h a p t e r 5 : P r i n t e r D r i v e r s...
  • Page 90 P r i n t e r D r i v e r s DocuPrint 4512 The base DocuPrint 4512 supports the PCL printer drivers listed in Table 5.1. To take full advantage of all the printer’s features when PCL 5e...
  • Page 91 Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 WARP OnPAGE OnPAGE Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for SUN OS 4.1.3 C h a p t e r 5 : P r i n t e r D r i v e r s...
  • Page 92 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 93: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Contacting Technical Support ... 6-2 Before Calling for Service ... 6-2 Printer Operation Problems ... 6-3 Print Quality Problems ... 6-8 Control Panel Messages ... 6-15 Error Messages at Power On ... 6-18 Paper Jams ... 6-19 What Causes a Paper Jam? ... 6-19 Locating the Jam ...
  • Page 94: Contacting Technical Support

    Technical bought your printer or contact Xerox/Rank Xerox. However: Support • • • Before Calling Before contacting your dealer or Xerox/Rank Xerox, please have the following information available: for Service • • • • •...
  • Page 95: Printer Operation Problems

    Printer Consult Table 6.1 for corrective actions when the printer will not print or when the printed output is not what you expect. Operation Problems Table 6.1 Printer operation problems Problem Probable Cause Power Printer does not switch on. Printer is not connected to power source.
  • Page 96 P r i n t e r O p e r a t i o n P r o b l e m s Table 6.1 Printer operation problems (continued) Problem Probable Cause Print data not received Write Error Fault message Bad cable.
  • Page 97 Table 6.1 Printer operation problems (continued) Problem Probable Cause Printing Errors Print job stalled. End of page code not received. Full pages do not print. Job prematurely terminated. Pages too complex (data loss error). Too many fonts transferred to printer (data memory full error). Interface cable faulty.
  • Page 98 P r i n t e r O p e r a t i o n P r o b l e m s Table 6.1 Printer operation problems (continued) Problem Probable Cause Printing Errors Printer ejects blank page. Print data. Tape strip on Toner Cartridge.
  • Page 99 Table 6.1 Printer operation problems (continued) Problem Probable Cause Print Speed Problems Printing takes a long time. Toner supply low. Long time needed to print first Printer standby. page. Paper Problems Frequent paper jams. Overloaded tray. Unsuitable media. Bad media. Paper size mismatch.
  • Page 100: Print Quality Problems

    T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Print Quality Table 6.2 lists common print quality problems, possible causes, and recommended actions. Problems Table 6.2 Print quality problems Possible Cause(s) Problem Spot deletions. Paper quality problem.
  • Page 101 Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Staining. Paper quality problem. Paper feed surfaces or guide dirty. Fusing unit dirty. Photoconductor / Drum damaged. Used Toner Cartridge from a different printer installed. Vertical lines. Main corotron dirty. Paper feed surfaces or guide dirty. Fusing unit dirty.
  • Page 102 P r i n t Q u a l i t y P r o b l e m s Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Vertical white stripes. Corotron parts dirty. Toner Cartridge defective. Fusing unit dirty. Photoconductor / Drum unevenly worn.
  • Page 103 Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Black pages. Toner Cartridge defective. Photoconductor / Drum defective. Character voids. Paper quality problem. Toner Cartridge defective. Photoconductor / Drum damaged. P r i n t Q u a l i t y P r o b l e m s Corrective Action(s) Replace the Toner Cartridge, as described in the section “Replacing the Toner Cartridge...
  • Page 104 P r i n t Q u a l i t y P r o b l e m s Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Background areas of Print density set too high. printed sheets gray or evenly spotted.
  • Page 105 Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Repetitive horizontal dark Paper feed surfaces or guide dirty. streaks. Photoconductor / Drum defective. Dark spots or marks. Fusing unit dirty. Photoconductor / Drum defective. P r i n t Q u a l i t y P r o b l e m s Corrective Action(s) Inspect and clean the paper path, as described in the section “Cleaning the Paper Path”...
  • Page 106 P r i n t Q u a l i t y P r o b l e m s Table 6.2 Print quality problems (continued) Possible Cause(s) Problem Unfused or partially fused Damp paper stock. image. Unsuitable media. Wrinkled print. Poor paper condition.
  • Page 107: Control Panel Messages

    Control Panel Table 6.3 lists Control Panel messages related to printer operation. For each message, the table provides the cause of the message, the indicator Messages light status and advice on what to do. The messages are listed in alphabetical order. Table 6.3 Control Panel messages Message...
  • Page 108 C o n t r o l P a n e l M e s s a g e s Table 6.3 Control Panel messages (continued) Message The Envelope Tray is loaded with envelopes. Media status is indicated in the display as UPPER/LOWER, indicating status of upper tray and lower tray.
  • Page 109 Table 6.3 Control Panel messages (continued) Message The printing process has been suspended by setting the printer off-line. The On Line Pause light goes off. ACTION: None. The printer is set to PCL 5e emulation. The On Line light remains on. PCL 5e ACTION: None.
  • Page 110: Error Messages At Power On

    You may be able to clear the error by powering the printer off and on again, or by reseating any options installed on the controller board. If any of these messages persists, contact your dealer or Xerox/Rank Xerox. Message ROM Error...
  • Page 111: Paper Jams

    Paper Jams Your printer has been designed to provide reliable, trouble- free operation. Nonetheless, you may experience an occasional paper jam. When the printer detects a misfeed or a paper jam, the printing process is halted, and a Control Panel message is displayed. See “Control Panel Messages”...
  • Page 112: Clearing The Jam

    P a p e r J a m s Clearing the Jam Search for the jammed paper, starting with the paper trays, then under the top cover, then under the front cover. Be careful not to touch any of the components inside the printer when removing jammed paper.
  • Page 113 From Under the Top Cover Open the top cover. If you see a misfed sheet of paper, remove it as carefully as you can, pulling it straight up and out. If you tear the paper, be sure to remove all of the pieces. If you cannot get the paper completely out, do not try to remove it because it may have loose toner on it.
  • Page 114 6-22 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 115 Printer Maintenance and Consumables Replacing the Toner Cartridge and Cleaning Felt ... 7-2 Recycling the Toner Cartridge ... 7-5 Replacing the Photoconductor / Drum ... 7-6 Recycling the Photoconductor / Drum ... 7-8 Cleaning the Printer ... 7-9 Cleaning the Cabinet ... 7-9 Cleaning the Paper Path ...
  • Page 116: Replacing The Toner Cartridge And Cleaning Felt

    P r i n t e r M a i n t e n a n c e a n d C o n s u m a b l e s Replacing the A Toner Cartridge will print approximately 12,000 pages of A4 or 8.5 x 11 paper under average operating conditions (5% image area coverage).
  • Page 117 R e p l a c i n g t h e T o n e r C a r t r i d g e a n d C l e a n i n g F e l t Power OFF the printer and open the top cover by pulling up on the top cover release lever and pivoting the cover toward the front of the...
  • Page 118 R e p l a c i n g t h e T o n e r C a r t r i d g e a n d C l e a n i n g F e l t Hold the Toner Cartridge by its handle and gently lower it into the printer.
  • Page 119: Recycling The Toner Cartridge

    R e p l a c i n g t h e T o n e r C a r t r i d g e a n d C l e a n i n g F e l t Rotate the fuser cover to the rear. Recycling the Toner The DocuPrint 4512 Toner Cartridge can be recycled free of charge to you. Follow the instructions packaged with your new Toner Cartridge to Cartridge recycle the old one.
  • Page 120: Replacing The Photoconductor / Drum

    P r i n t e r M a i n t e n a n c e a n d C o n s u m a b l e s Replacing the The DocuPrint 4512’s Photoconductor / Drum will print approximately 30,000 pages of A4 or 8.5 x 11 paper under average operating Photo- conditions (5% image area coverage).
  • Page 121 Power OFF the printer and open the top cover by pulling up on the top cover release lever and pivoting the cover toward the front of the printer. Remove the new Photoconductor / Drum from its wrapper and insert it vertically into the slots on the sides of the interior.
  • Page 122: Recycling The Photoconductor / Drum

    R e p l a c i n g t h e P h o t o c o n d u c t o r / D r u m Recycling the The DocuPrint 4512 Photoconductor / Drum can be recycled free of charge to you. Follow the instructions packaged with your new Photoconductor / Photoconductor / Drum to recycle the old one.
  • Page 123: Cleaning The Printer

    Cleaning the Maintaining the printer in good operating condition is essential to having a reliable, well-running machine. The cabinet, paper path, and Printer corotron wires should be cleaned regularly. For optimum performance, do not place the printer near vents or dust-producing equipment.
  • Page 124: Cleaning The Corotron Wires

    C l e a n i n g t h e P r i n t e r Cleaning the Autofeed Pickup Area Cleaning the If the corotron wires become dirty, printouts may show streaks and blotches. There are wires in the main corotron, located under the Corotron Wires Photoconductor / Drum, and in the transfer corotron, located inside the top cover.
  • Page 125 Pivot the Photoconductor / Drum up toward the front of the printer. C h a p t e r 7 : P r i n t e r M a i n t e n a n c e a n d C o n s u m a b l e s C l e a n i n g t h e P r i n t e r Locate the main corotron’s wire inside the slot at the base of the raised Photoconductor /...
  • Page 126 C l e a n i n g t h e P r i n t e r Cleaning the Transfer Corotron Power OFF the printer, disconnect the power cord, and remove the corotron cleaner from its slot. 7-12 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Open the top cover by pulling up on the top cover release lever and pivoting the cover toward the front of the printer.
  • Page 127: Preparing The Printer For Transport

    Preparing the When transporting the printer more than a short distance, use the original shipping box and packaging materials. If the original shipping Printer for box or materials are not available, use a sturdy packing box and a Transport generous amount of cushioning or packing materials. To prepare your printer for transportation, follow the instructions below.
  • Page 128 7-14 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 129: Ordering Information

    Appendix A Ordering Information A p p e n d i x A : O r d e r i n g I n f o r m a t i o n...
  • Page 130 O r d e r i n g I n f o r m a t i o n Contact your dealer or Xerox / Rank Xerox to order any of the printer options and accessories listed in Table A.1.
  • Page 131 RX Spanish 97K28540 English (Rank Xerox) Table A.1 Page 2 of 3 A p p e n d i x A : O r d e r i n g I n f o r m a t i o n...
  • Page 132 English 97S01538 Spanish 97S01540 Portuguese 97K28670 French 97K28690 German 97K28680 97K28710 Russian 97K28700 RX Spanish 97K28660 English (Rank Xerox) 673K29920 US English 673K29930 French Canadian 673K29940 AO Spanish 673K29950 AO Portuguese 673K30000 RX English 673K30010 RX French 673K30020 RX Italian...
  • Page 133: Installing Options

    Appendix B Installing Options Precautions ... B-2 Memory SIMMs ... B-3 PostScript Board ... B-6 AppleTalk/Serial Interface Board ... B-8 Ethernet/Token Ring Interface Board ... B-10 Envelope Tray ... B-12 A p p e n d i x B : I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s...
  • Page 134: Precautions

    I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s Precautions The DocuPrint 4512 printer options are easy to install. Installing and testing any one option is likely to take 5 to 15 minutes.
  • Page 135: Memory Simms

    Memory Follow these instructions for installing additional memory into the printer. SIMMs The DocuPrint 4512 has three SIMM slots that accept 72-pin, 70-ns, no parity SIMMs in the following sizes: • 1 MB Note • 4 MB • 8 MB •...
  • Page 136 M e m o r y S I M M s Power OFF the printer and disconnect all cables from the back of the printer. Unscrew the outside pair of retaining screws holding the controller board in place. Keep the screws in a safe place.
  • Page 137 Select a slot for the SIMM and, holding the SIMM at an angle, line it up with the slot. M e m o r y S I M M s Push the SIMM gently but firmly down into the slot, then rotate it into position. The SIMM should pop into place with two retaining lugs fitting into holes on either side of the SIMM and the spring clips...
  • Page 138: Postscript Board

    I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s PostScript Follow these instructions for installing the PostScript board into the printer. Board The controller and PostScript boards are sensitive to static electricity. Before installing the PostScript board, discharge static electricity from your body by touching something metal, such as the metal back plate on any device plugged into a grounded power Caution...
  • Page 139 Reinstall the controller board by sliding it carefully along the guide rails in the printer and gently pushing it back into place. When it is properly seated, replace the retaining screws. Reconnect all cables to the printer and power it ON. Print out a Configuration Sheet (see page 3-17) to check that the printer recognizes the PostScript board.
  • Page 140: Appletalk/serial Interface Board

    I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s AppleTalk/ Follow these instructions for installing the AppleTalk/Serial Interface board into the printer. Serial Interface Board Controller and interface boards are sensitive to static electricity. Before installing the interface board, discharge static electricity from your body by touching something metal, such as the metal back plate on any device plugged into a grounded power source.
  • Page 141 Unscrew the slot cover on the back plate of the controller board and remove it. Keep the slot cover, in case the interface board is removed for any reason. Secure the interface board with the screws removed from the slot cover in Step 4. Reinstall the controller board by sliding it carefully along the guide rails in the printer and gently pushing it back into place.
  • Page 142: Ethernet/token Ring Interface Board

    I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s Ethernet/Token Follow these instructions for installing the Ethernet or Token Ring Interface board into the printer. Ring Interface Board Controller and interface boards are sensitive to static electricity. Before installing the interface board, discharge static electricity from your body by touching something metal, such as the metal back plate on any device plugged into a grounded power source.
  • Page 143 Unscrew the slot cover on the back plate of the controller board and remove it. Keep the slot cover, in case the interface board is removed for any reason. Secure the interface board with the screws removed from the slot cover in Step 4. Reinstall the controller board by sliding it carefully along the guide rails in the printer and gently pushing it back into place.
  • Page 144: Envelope Tray

    I n s t a l l i n g O p t i o n s Envelope Tray The Envelope Tray replaces the upper paper tray. To install it, remove the upper tray and slide the Envelope Tray into place. The Envelope Tray will not fit into the lower tray slot.
  • Page 145: Printer Specifications

    Appendix C Printer Specifications DocuPrint 4512 Specifications ... C-2 Interface Hardware ... C-4 A p p e n d i x C : P r i n t e r S p e c i f i c a t i o n s...
  • Page 146 Memory Capacity D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e DocuPrint 4512 Specifications Electro-photography Semiconductor laser beam (laser diode) scanning...
  • Page 147 P r i n t e r S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Table C.1 DocuPrint 4512 Specifications (continued) Factory-Provided Features Two 250-sheet paper trays Manual Feed Guide Toner cartridge Photoconductor / Drum...
  • Page 148 P r i n t e r S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Table C.2 Parallel Conforms to IEEE STD 1284, February 2, 1993 Connector: Female 36-pin DDK 57LE-40360-730B (D29) or equivalent AppleTalk Connector: Female 8-pin TCS7189-01-201 or equivalent Serial...
  • Page 149 Appendix D DocuPrint 4512 Unique Printer Commands A p p e n d i x D : D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 U n i q u e P r i n t e r C o m m a n d s...
  • Page 150 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 U n i q u e P r i n t e r C o m m a n d s In addition to the standard PCL printer commands, Xerox has added some unique settings for the DocuPrint 4512 in the area of paper size. Table D.1 shows the paper sizes and corresponding paper trays supported by the DocuPrint 4512.
  • Page 151 Appendix E Symbol Set Table A p p e n d i x E : S y m b o l S e t T a b l e...
  • Page 152 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Roman-8 (R8) ‘ " & < > D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e â...
  • Page 153 DeskTop (DT) ‘ " & < > “ – ‹ ª ¶ ” ± › º § µ « æ † ‰ ÷ » Æ • ‡ ˚ ’ © „ ® " • ™ ¡ ¿ – œ –– £...
  • Page 154 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Windows 3.1 Latin 1 (W1) " & < > D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e º...
  • Page 155 ISO 8859/1 Latin 1 (E1) ‘ " & ’ < > ˚ À à ¡ ± Á Ñ á Â Ò â £ Ã Ó ã ¤ Ä Ô ä ¥ µ Å Õ å ¶ Æ Ö æ § Ç...
  • Page 156 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e PC-8 Code Page 437 (PC) " ¶ § & < > D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Ç...
  • Page 157 PC-850 Multilingual (PM) " ¶ § & < > Ç É á Ó ü æ í ß é Æ ó Ê Ô â ô ú Ë Ò ä ö ñ õ È à ò Ñ Á Õ ª å û Â...
  • Page 158 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e PS Text (TS) ‘ " & < > D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e ¡...
  • Page 159 MC TEXT (MC) " & < > Ä ê † – ‡ ¿ Å ë ˚ ± ¡ • Ç í “ ¬ É ì £ ” „ Ñ î § ¥ ‘ ‰ ƒ Ö ï • µ ’ Â...
  • Page 160 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Ventura International (VI) ‘ " & < > E-10 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e „...
  • Page 161 PC-8 Danish/Norwegian (PD) " ¶ § & < > Ç É á ü æ í ß é Æ ó â ô ú ä ö ñ à ò Ñ å û õ µ ç ù Õ ê ÿ ¿ ë Ö ã...
  • Page 162 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Ventura US (VU) ‘ " & < > E-12 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e „...
  • Page 163 Legal (LG) ˚ " & ´ < ® © § ¶ † ™ A p p e n d i x E : S y m b o l S e t T a b l e S y m b o l S e t T a b l e E-13...
  • Page 164 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Windows 3.0 Latin 1 (WO) " & < > E-14 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e ˚...
  • Page 165 Microsoft Publishing (PB) ‘ ” ˇ ™ Space ’ Ÿ ˇ † „ – ‡ –– Space … – Space Œ œ ˚ " ´ ´ s ˇ ˆ ˆ ˆ Thin ˜ ˜ ˘ ˘ ¨ ¨ fi z ˇ fl...
  • Page 166 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e PC-852 Latin 2 (PE) " ¶ § & < > E-16 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Ç...
  • Page 167 PC-Turkish (PT) " ¶ § & < > Ç É á ü æ í ß é Æ ó â ô ú ä ö ñ à ò Ñ ˘ å û µ ˘ ç ù ˚ ê ¿ ¬ ë Ö è...
  • Page 168 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e ISO 8859/2 Latin 2 (E2) " & < > E-18 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e ´...
  • Page 169 Windows 3.1 Latin 2 (WE) " & < > ´ ´ º ´ ‘ ˇ ± Á á ˇ ’ ˘ ˛ Â â ˘ ˘ “ Ó ” ¤ ´ Ä Ô ä „ ´ ´´ ´ • ˛ µ...
  • Page 170 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e ISO 8859/9 Latin 5 (E5) " & < > ˆ E-20 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e ˘...
  • Page 171 Windows 3.1 Latin 5 (WT) " & < > ˆ ˘ ˚ À à ¡ ± Á Ñ á ‘ Â Ò â ’ £ Ã Ó ã ƒ “ ¤ Ä Ô ä ´ ” ¥ µ Å Õ å...
  • Page 172 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Ventura Math (VM) ß & < – > E-22 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e ¬...
  • Page 173 Math-8 (M8) Å † ‡ A p p e n d i x E : S y m b o l S e t T a b l e S y m b o l S e t T a b l e E-23...
  • Page 174 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Pi Font (PI) ˘ „ ˇ ˙ “ ” ‘ ’ § E-24 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 175 PS Math (MS) & < – > A p p e n d i x E : S y m b o l S e t T a b l e S y m b o l S e t T a b l e E-25...
  • Page 176 S y m b o l S e t T a b l e Symbol Font (AS) & < – > E-26 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 177 579L Wingdings Font (L$) A p p e n d i x E : S y m b o l S e t T a b l e S y m b o l S e t T a b l e E-27...
  • Page 178: Iso Substitution Table

    S y m b o l S e t T a b l e ISO Substitution Table Name ASCII United Kingdom £ French £ German Italian £ Swedish for Names Spanish £ Norwegian version 1 E-28 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e Decimal Character Equivalents ˆ...
  • Page 179: Environmental Specifications

    Appendix F Environmental Specifications A p p e n d i x F : E n v i r o n m e n t a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s...
  • Page 180 To support this effort, we have made it easy for you to return selected printer equipment and empty print cartridges to Xerox. We recondition the print cartridges and refill them with Xerox toner and developer. All products we manufacture meet our stringent performance standards.
  • Page 181 Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with FCC regulations. Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Xerox Corporation could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. A p p e n d i x F : E n v i r o n m e n t a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s E n v i r o n m e n t a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Page 182 Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique du Ministère des Communications du Canada. European EME Regulations: “The CE marking applied to this product symbolizes Rank Xerox Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated:...
  • Page 183 Disconnect the power cord from the power source receptacle and contact your dealer or Xerox / Rank Xerox to correct the problem. A p p e n d i x F : E n v i r o n m e n t a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s...
  • Page 184 The ozone produced is dependent on copy volume and is heavier than air. Providing the proper environmental parameters as specified by Xerox will ensure that concentration levels meet safe limits. If additional information concerning ozone is needed, request the Xerox publication (600P83222), “Ozone,”...
  • Page 185 Laser Safety WARNING: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous light exposure. This equipment complies with appropriate safety standards. With specific regard to lasers, the equipment complies with laser product performance standards set by governmental, national, and international agencies as a Class 1 laser product.
  • Page 186 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...
  • Page 187 A4 message On Control Panel display 6-15 Adv Fnctns item Changing 3-12 Described 3-23 Advanced functions, see Adv Fnctns item AppleTalk 1-4 AppleTalk/Serial Interface board Installing B-8 to B-9 Auto message On Control Panel display 6-15 Autofeed pickup area Cleaning 7-10 Baud Rate item Changing 3-13 Described 3-23...
  • Page 188 Binding, see Bind option Bitmap Fonts 4-3 Cleaning Felt Replacing 7-2, 7-5 Cleaning the printer 7-9 to 7-12 Config Menu 3-6, 3-11, 3-12, 3-13, 3-14, 3-15, 3-16, 3-17, 3-18, 3-19, 3-23, 3-24, 3-25 Config. Sheet item Selecting 3-17 Configuration Sheet 1-5 Printing 3-17 Control Panel Changing language displayed 3-16...
  • Page 189 Data Loss Error message On Control Panel display 6-15 Data Memory Full message On Control Panel display 6-15 Demo Page Mode Entering 3-21 DocuPrint 4512 Specifications C-2 to ?? Drum Near End message On Control Panel display 6-15 DTR Polarity item Changing 3-15...
  • Page 190 Font Number item Changing 3-8, 4-6 Described 3-24 Fonts Bitmap 4-3 Downloading 4-7 Intellifont 4-3 PostScript 4-4 TrueType 4-3 Front cover Location of 1-3 Fuser cover Location of 1-3 High Capacity Feeder connector Location of 1-3 High Speed item Changing 3-12 Described 3-24 I/F Board Error message On Control Panel display 6-18...
  • Page 191 Main corotron Cleaning 7-10 to 7-11 Manual feed guide Adjusting 2-8 Envelope feeding 2-10 Fitting 2-8 Label feeding 2-10 Location of 1-3 Paper feeding Duplex 2-9 Simplex 2-9 Transparency feeding 2-11 Manual feed slot Location of 1-3 Manual Set item Changing 3-11 Described 3-24 Media...
  • Page 192 Paper jams 6-19 to 6-21 Causes 6-19 Clearing 6-20 to 6-21 Locating 6-19 Paper Out Lower message On Control Panel display 6-16 Paper Out message On Control Panel display 6-16 Paper Out Upper message On Control Panel display 6-16 Paper output tray Location of 1-3 Paper trays Adjusting 2-5...
  • Page 193 PO message On Control Panel display 6-17 PostScript Fonts 4-4 Printer drivers 5-3 PostScript board Installing B-6 to B-7 PostScript Demo Page, see PS2 Demo Page PostScript Font List, see PS2 Font List PostScript option, see PostScript board Power cord connector Location of 1-3 Power Saver Mode Setting 3-20...
  • Page 194 RAM Error message On Control Panel display 6-18 RAM&IFB Error message On Control Panel display 6-18 Repl Drum message On Control Panel display 6-17 Repl Drum&Toner message On Control Panel display 6-17 Repl Toner message On Control Panel display 6-17 Resolution item Changing 3-9 Described 3-25...
  • Page 195 State saving, see St Saving item Technical support 6-2 Test Menu 3-6, 3-15, 3-16, 3-17, 3-18, 3-19 Token Ring 1-4 Token Ring Interface board Installing B-10 to B-11 Toner Cartridge Life of cartridge 7-2 Recycling 7-5 Replacing 7-2 to 7-5 Toner density 2-12 Toner Low message On Control Panel display 6-17...
  • Page 196 Described 3-25 Warning message, see Warn Msg item Xerox Font Manager 4-2 IX-10 D o c u P r i n t 4 5 1 2 / 4 5 1 2 N U s e r G u i d e...

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