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  • Page 2 Phaser 7700 Color Printer ® User Guide 071-0806-00 September 2001...
  • Page 3 Copyright ©, 2001, Xerox Corporation. Unpublished rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any form without permission of Xerox Corporation. ® ® Phaser , PhaserShare , the TekColor ®...
  • Page 4 PANTONE Color simulations are only obtainable on this product when driven by qualified Pantone-licensed software packages. Contact Pantone, Inc. for a current list of qualified licensees. All trademarks noted herein are either the property of Xerox Corporation, Pantone, Inc., or their respective companies. © Pantone, Inc., 1988.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    User Safety Summary....... xii Xerox Supplies and Accessories ..... . . 1 Customer-Replaceable Consumables (CRCs).
  • Page 7 Envelopes ........33 Loading Envelopes .
  • Page 8 Xerox web site ........
  • Page 9 viii Phaser 7700 Color Printer...
  • Page 10: Printer Warranty

    Xerox may request that Customer allow such remote access to the product. In the maintenance of the product, Xerox may use new or equivalent to new parts or assemblies for equal or improved quality. All defective parts and assemblies become the property of Xerox.
  • Page 11 (1) year from date of shipment. Under this warranty, the Customer must notify Xerox or its authorized service representative of the defect before the expiration of the warranty period. XEROX MAY REQUIRE THAT THE DEFECTIVE CRC BE RETURNED TO A DESIGNATED XEROX DEPOT OR THE XEROX REPRESENTATIVE FROM WHICH THE CRC WAS ORIGINALLY PURCHASED.
  • Page 12 Acts or cause any part or all of this warranty to be void, is called a "Non-excludable Condition". To the full extent permitted by law, Fuji Xerox’s sole and total liability to the customer for a breach of any Non-excludable Condition (including for any consequential loss suffered by the customer) is limited, except as otherwise stated herein, to (at Fuji Xerox’...
  • Page 13: User Safety Summary

    User Safety Summary Your printer and the recommended consumable supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. Attention to the following notes will ensure the continued safe operation of your printer. The Phaser 7700 complies with international safety standards and is certified as a Class 1 Laser Product.
  • Page 14 If any of the following conditions occur, switch off the printer power immediately, disconnect the power cord, and call an authorized service representative. The power cord is damaged or frayed. Liquid is spilled into the printer. The printer is exposed to water. Any part of the printer is damaged.
  • Page 15 Place the printer on a level, solid surface with adequate strength for the weight of the machine. The base printer weight without any packaging materials is 82 kg (180 pounds). The printer is heavy, and must be lifted by three people. The illustration below shows the proper technique for lifting the printer.
  • Page 16 While printing, follow these safety guidelines: Do not remove the paper source tray that you have selected in the driver or front panel Do not open the covers while printing. Do not switch off the printer power while printing. Do not move the printer while printing. User Guide 0806-02...
  • Page 17 Symbols as marked on product: DANGER high voltage: Protective ground (earth) terminal: Hot surface on or in the printer. Use caution to avoid personal injury: Use caution (or draws attention to a particular component). Refer to the manual(s) for information: Warning If the product loses the ground connection, usage of knobs and controls (and other conductive parts) can cause an electrical shock.
  • Page 18: Xerox Supplies And Accessories

    When the front panel notifies you that a supply is low or needs to be replaced, make sure that you have replacements on hand. To order supplies and accessories, contact your local dealer or visit the Xerox web site: www.xerox.com/officeprinting/supplies/ Videos are available with instructions for loading Customer-Replaceable Consumables and Units.
  • Page 19: Customer-Replaceable Consumables (Crcs)

    Customer-Replaceable Consumables (CRCs) 0806-11 High-Capacity Toner Cartridges Black toner cartridge life expectancy is up to 12,000 images on letter-size paper at 5 percent coverage per color. Cyan, magenta, and yellow toner cartridge life expectancy is up to 10,000 images on letter-size paper at 5 percent coverage per color. The following customer-usage patterns may significantly reduce toner cartridge life: greater than 5 percent coverage per color, using paper that is larger than letter-size, and printing jobs of less than 3 pages.
  • Page 20: Print Cartridge

    0806-12 Print Cartridge Print cartridge life expectancy is up to 24,000 letter-size pages based on standard print job sizes. The following customer-usage patterns may significantly reduce print cartridge life: greater than 5 percent coverage per color, using paper that is larger than letter-size, and printing jobs of less than 3 pages.
  • Page 21: Customer Replaceable Units (Crus)

    0806-15 Fuser Fuser life expectancy is 60,000 letter-size pages based on continuous printing. The following customer-usage patterns may significantly reduce the fuser life: using paper that is larger than letter-size, greater than 5 percent coverage per color, printing short-edge feed, and printing on transparencies or specialty papers. Item 110 volt Fuser 220 volt Fuser...
  • Page 22 0806-13 Accumulator Belt Item Accumulator Belt 0806-16 Transfer Roller Item Transfer Roller User Guide Part Number 016-1889-00 Part Number 016-1890-00...
  • Page 23: Supplies

    12 x 18 in. (80 lb. cover) Graphics Imaging 12 x 18 in. Paper Newsprint Proofing 12 x 18 in. Paper Xerox Phaser 7700 Premium Transparency Film Item Size Premium A/Letter (U. S.) 8.5 x 11 in. Premium A4 (Metric Letter)
  • Page 24 Xerox Phaser Transparency Sleeves and Pockets Item Transparency Sleeve A/Letter-size A4-size Transparency Pocket A/Letter-size Xerox Phaser Color Laser Labels Size A/Letter (U. S.) 8.5 x 11 in. (108 lb. label) A/Letter (U. S.) 8.5 x 11 in. (108 lb. label)
  • Page 25 Accessories Universal Trays Item Description Trays 1-4 500 sheets of 75 g/m 150 transparency sheets Lower Tray Deck Feature Includes three Universal trays. Increases paper-printing capacity. Paper capacity is 1500 sheets of 75 g/m paper. High-Capacity Feeder Feature Includes one Universal tray and two High-Capacity Letter/A4 trays.
  • Page 26: Additional Memory

    Printer Cart Feature Available for printers without a Lower Tray Deck or High-Capacity Feeder. Ergonomic surface height. Provides storage for supplies. Additional Memory Feature 128 Mbytes 256 Mbytes User Guide Part Number ZCARTC/A Part Number ZMC128/A ZMC256/A...
  • Page 27: Front Panel Usage

    Front Panel Usage Front panel description The front panel: Displays the printer’s operating status (Printing, Ready to Print, etc.). Alerts you to load paper, replace consumables and clear jams. Enables you to access tools and information pages to help troubleshoot problems. Enables you to change printer settings and network settings;...
  • Page 28: Printing A Menu Map

    Printing a Menu Map The Menu Map shows you where features, such as the information pages, are located in the front panel’s menu structure. Highlight Menus and press OK. Scroll to the Print Menu Map by pressing the Down Arrow or Up Arrow key.
  • Page 29: Features

    To ensure that you have access to all printer features, make sure that you have installed the printer driver that is on your Phaser 7700 Printer CD-ROM. Updated printer drivers are also available on the Xerox web site: www.xerox.com/officeprinting Note You can also set some of the features on the printer’s front...
  • Page 30: Print Quality Modes

    Print-quality modes You can choose between different print-quality modes to obtain the best combination of speed and print quality for your job. Print-quality mode Standard General-purpose mode for color printing Produces vibrant, saturated prints with smooth color transitions Suitable for most office uses and images Prints at 1200 x 600 dpi Photo Highest-quality color prints...
  • Page 31: Tekcolorā„¢ Color Corrections

    ™ TekColor color corrections You can select a color correction to match particular press specifications or one that simulates your computer screen’s colors. Otherwise, select Automatic to let the printer automatically pick the best color correction for elements in your document. Color correction Automatic sRGB Display...
  • Page 32: Energy Saver

    Energy saver After a predefined period of time since its last activity, the Phaser 7700 printer enters E NERGY systems are shut down. When a print job is sent to the printer, it will wake up the printer. You can also wake the printer by pressing the OK key on the front panel.
  • Page 33: Intelligent Ready Mode

    Intelligent Ready mode Intelligent Ready mode is an automated system that monitors the printer’s usage and warms up the printer when you are most likely to need it. To turn Intelligent Ready mode on or off from the printer’s front panel: With Menus highlighted, press the OK key.
  • Page 34: Paper Tips

    Select the Print Paper Tips Page by pressing the Down Arrow or Up Arrow key. Press the OK key. For best results, use Xerox Phaser paper; it is guaranteed to produce excellent results on your printer. Auto tray switching is available. If you select Autoselect and one tray runs out of paper, the printer switches to the next tray containing the same paper size.
  • Page 35: Supported Paper Weights, Page Sizes And Print Area

    Always keep paper in a sealed package to avoid the effects of humidity, which can affect print quality. If you use non-Xerox paper, make sure that it meets the following criteria: Weight range: 60 Smooth surface Intended for laser printers Do not use wrinkled or damaged paper.
  • Page 36 Supported Paper Sizes The table identifies the paper weights that can be placed in each tray: Laser Paper with the following weights: 60-90 g/m book); Heavy Laser Paper with the following weights: 91-105 g/m lb. bond, 61-71 lb. book); and Thin Cover/ Index with the following weights: 106-169 g/m (50-60 lb cover, 65-90 lb.
  • Page 37 Specialty paper Paper Type and Size Phaser 7700 Premium Transparency Labels Paper Envelopes (all sizes) Print area Paper Page size Statement 5.5 x 8.5 in. Executive 7.25 x 10.5 in. 8 x 10 in. 8 x 10 in. UK Foolscap 8 x 13 in.
  • Page 38 Print area (cont'd.) Paper Page size B6 JIS 128 x 182 mm B5 JIS 182 x 257 mm B4 JIS 257 x 364 mm 305 x 430 mm SRA3 320 x 450 mm Official #10 4.13 x 9.5 in. Envelope 105 x 241 mm #9 1/2 Booklet 9 x 12 in.
  • Page 39: Loading Trays (Tray 1, 2, 3 Or 4)

    18. For transparency loading instructions, see page 31. Videos are available with instructions for loading trays. Videos are located on the CD-ROM or the Xerox web site: www.xerox.com/officeprinting/7700support/ If you loaded the videos on your PC’s hard drive, you can also access them in the driver’s Troubleshooting tab.
  • Page 40 Fan the paper to release sheets that are stuck together. Adjust the width and length guides to match the size of your paper. 0806-21 User Guide 0806-20...
  • Page 41 Insert a stack of paper into the tray. See the following illustrations for proper print orientation: Long-Edge Feed (LEF) Place Letter and A4 paper long-edge feed (LEF). Place the side to be printed face-up. Prepunched holes should be on your right as you face the printer.
  • Page 42 Do not load paper or transparencies above the fill line because it may cause a jam. 0806-22 Reinsert the Universal tray. If you are prompted to enter the paper type, enter it on the front panel. To select the paper type, press the Down or Up Arrow key. To save your selection, press the OK key.
  • Page 43: Multi-Purpose Tray (Mpt)

    Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT). For information on loading transparencies, refer to page 30. Use Xerox Phaser 7700 Premium Transparencies only. For information on loading Xerox Phaser Color Laser Labels, refer to page 36. For information on loading envelopes, refer to page 33.
  • Page 44: Loading The Multi-Purpose Tray (Mpt)

    Loading the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) Open the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) tray. Adjust the guide for the paper width. If you are using RA3, SRA3 or 12 x 18 in. sizes, adjust the paper guide on the right side of the tray Insert the paper.
  • Page 45 Short-Edge Feed (SEF) Place Legal, Tabloid, Tabloid Extra, A3, A5, B4, B5, US Folio, Officio, RA3 and SRA3 short-edge feed (SEF). Note SRA3 paper size and A3 full bleed imageable area is supported through the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) tray. Print quality outside the imageable area is not guaranteed.
  • Page 46 Select the paper size by pressing the Up or Down Arrow key. To save your selection, press the OK key. Note To avoid possible print-quality and paper-feed problems, make sure that the loaded paper matches the tray’s paper type setting. User Guide...
  • Page 47: Xerox Phaser 7700 Premium Transparencies

    Xerox Phaser 7700 Premium Transparencies Videos are available with instructions for loading transparencies. Videos are located on the CD-ROM or the Xerox web site: www.xerox.com/officeprinting/7700support/ If you loaded the videos on your PC’s hard drive, you can also access them in the driver’s Troubleshooting tab.
  • Page 48: Loading Transparencies In Tray 1

    Select Phaser 7700 Transparency by pressing the Down or Up Arrow key. To save your selection, press the OK key. Select the paper size by pressing the Up or Down Arrow key. To save your selection, press the OK key. Loading transparencies in Tray 1 Pull out the tray.
  • Page 49: Using Non-Phaser 7700 Transparency Film

    Note Xerox and Xerox Phaser transparency films developed for other Xerox printers and copiers are not meant to be used with the Phaser 7700 printer. Using them may damage the fuser and may not be covered by the warranty.
  • Page 50: Envelopes

    Envelopes Guidelines for envelope printing: Caution Never use envelopes with windows or metal clasps; they will damage the printer. Damage caused by using unsupported envelopes may not be covered by your printer’s warranty. Envelopes can only be printed from the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT).
  • Page 51: Loading Envelopes

    Loading Envelopes Insert the envelopes in the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT): Place #9 1/2 Booklet, B4, B5 and B6 envelopes short-edge feed (SEF). Place #10, C4, C5, C6 and DL envelopes long-edge feed (LEF). Place the side to be printed face-down with the flap closed. The flap enters the printer last.
  • Page 52 Select the envelope size by pressing the Up or Down Arrow key. To save your selection, press the OK key. Make a test print from your application to confirm that the orientation of your envelope is correct. User Guide...
  • Page 53: Loading Labels

    Loading Labels Labels can only be loaded in the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT). Insert the label sheets (maximum capacity is 30 sheets). Do not use sheets with missing labels. Place the side to be printed face-down. Labels should be fed long-edge feed (LEF). Adjust the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) guides for the width of the labels.
  • Page 54: Automatic 2-Sided Printing

    Automatic 2-Sided Printing Automatic 2-sided printing (duplexing) is available from trays 1-4; it is not available from the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT). Automatic 2-sided printing is available for all paper sizes that are supported by trays 1-4 but only when the paper type is set to either Laser Paper or Heavy Laser Paper.
  • Page 55 Load the Universal tray: Long-Edge Feed (LEF) Place Letter and A4 paper long-edge feed (LEF). The first side to be printed is face-down. The top of the first page to be printed should be toward the front of the tray. Prepunched holes should enter the printer first.
  • Page 56 Determine the orientation of the images on the page: Portrait or Landscape. When you print two-sided jobs, you also select the binding preference, which determines how the pages turn; refer to the table on page 40 for the selections used in each of the printer drivers.
  • Page 57 Locate your driver in the following table to determine the steps to use for 2-sided printing. Setting the printer driver for two-sided printing Macintosh LaserWriter 8.6 LaserWriter 8.7 Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows NT From the File menu, select Print, and then select Layout.
  • Page 58: Manual 2-Sided Printing

    Manual 2-Sided Printing Manual 2-sided printing can be done from the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) or the Universal Trays. Paper specifics Use only the following paper types for manual 2-sided printing: Laser Paper Heavy Laser Paper Thick Cover/Index Thin Cover/Index When printing from Tray 1, use only Laser or Heavy Laser Paper for manual 2-sided prints.
  • Page 59: Printing Side 1

    Printing side 1 Note For a multi-page document, print odd-numbered pages for side 1. (This may not be available in all applications.) Load the Universal Tray or the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT): Long-Edge Feed (LEF) - Universal Tray Place Letter and A4 paper long-edge feed (LEF). Place the side to be printed face-up.
  • Page 60 Short-Edge Feed (SEF) - Universal Tray Place Legal, Tabloid (11 x 17 in.), A3, A5, B4, B5, U.S Folio, Statement and 8 x 10 in. short-edge feed (SEF). Place the side to be printed face-up. Prepunched holes should be at the back of the tray. Letterhead should enter the printer last.
  • Page 61 Short-Edge Feed (SEF) - Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) Place Legal, Tabloid, Tabloid Extra, A3, A5, B4, B5, US Folio, Officio, RA3 and SRA3 short-edge feed (SEF). Note SRA3 paper size and A3 full bleed imageable area is supported through the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT). Print quality outside the imageable area is not guaranteed.
  • Page 62: Printing Side 2

    Printing side 2 Note For a multi-page document, print even-numbered pages for side 2. (This may not be available in all applications.) Load the Universal Tray or the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT): Long-Edge Feed (LEF) - Universal Tray Place the side to be printed face-up. Prepunched holes should be on your left as you face the printer.
  • Page 63 Short-Edge Feed (SEF) - Universal Tray Place the side to be printed face-up. Prepunched holes should be at front of the tray. Letterhead or the top of the side that has already been printed should enter the printer last. Long-Edge Feed (LEF) - Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) Place the side to be printed face-up.
  • Page 64 Short-Edge Feed (SEF) - Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) Place the side to be printed face-up. Prepunched holes should be towards the front of the printer. Letterhead or the top of the side that has already been printed should enter the printer first. 0806-89 Adjust the width and length guides to match the paper size.
  • Page 65: Offsetting Output

    Offsetting Output You can offset the output in the output tray or the finisher output tray. Offsetting separates print jobs or collated sets of a single job. You can switch job offsetting on or off in the front panel: With Menus highlighted, press the OK key. Select the Printer Setup Menu by pressing the Down and Up Arrow key.
  • Page 66: Using The Stapler

    Using the Stapler The optional finisher can staple sets of up to 50 sheets of 90 g/m (20 lb. bond) paper or 35 sheets of 105 g/m the set of copies is stapled, it is delivered to the finisher output tray. The stapler holds 5000 staples.
  • Page 67: Staple Position

    Staple position In the driver, select the location of the staples: None: (default) The prints are not stapled. Front: Inserts one staple in each set of copies. See the table below to determine the position of the staple. Rear: Inserts one staple in each set of copies. See the following tables to determine the position of the staple.
  • Page 68 Dual Stapling Long-Edge Feed (LEF) Applicable Paper Size Universal Trays Letter Short-Edge Feed (SEF) Applicable Paper Size Universal Trays B4 JIS B5 JIS Tabloid User Guide Portrait Portrait Landscape Landscape...
  • Page 69: Adding Staples

    Adding Staples Open the front cover of the finisher (labeled J). Pull the stapler cartridge to the front of the printer. 0806-80 0806-78 Phaser 7700 Color Printer...
  • Page 70 Remove the stapler cartridge by lifting up and pulling on the green handle on the stapler cartridge. 0806-81 Hold the staple cartridge upright. Press together the sides of the staple cartridge where it is labeled PUSH and lift the part of the staple cartridge that was released. Remove the empty cardboard from the staple cartridge.
  • Page 71 Slide a new set of staples into the cartridge and pull the tab to release the packaging. Push down the top of the staple cartridge until you hear it click. Replace the staple cartridge in the printer. Close the front cover of the finisher (labeled J). 0806-94 Phaser 7700 Color Printer...
  • Page 72: Troubleshooting Print Quality Problems

    Troubleshooting Print-Quality Problems To reduce possible print problems: Maintain a stable temperature and relative humidity for the printer. Use only the paper recommended for this printer; see page 17. Align the paper edge guides in the paper tray to fit the paper. Protect the print cartridges from prolonged exposure to direct light.
  • Page 73 If the information provided in this section does not solve your print problem, refer to Getting Help on page 76. Print Defects and Potential Remedies Print-Quality Problem /LJKW OLQHV LQ RQH FRORU Thin, light or white lines appear in only one color. Potential Remedies Open the front cover.
  • Page 74 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem ,QFRPSOHWH )XVLQJ Toner appears to be pulled off the print, or is easy to rub or scratch off. 0806-42 User Guide Potential Remedies Make sure that the paper you are using is the correct type for the printer and is correctly loaded in the printer in the correct tray.
  • Page 75 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem 5HSHDWLQJ 'HIHFWV Marks or voids recur uniformly in only one color. 0806-39 Marks of any color or voids recur uniformly in all colors and/or in non-printed areas. Potential Remedies From the front panel’s Support Menu, select the Improve Print Quality? menu.
  • Page 76 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem ,PDJH 2IIVHW Toner appears to have been pulled off the page and placed about 84 mm (3.3 inches) across the page from where it should be. 0806-41 User Guide Potential Remedies Make sure that the paper you are using is the correct type for the printer and is correctly loaded in the printer.
  • Page 77 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem 3ULQWLQJ LV WRR OLJKW RU WRR GDUN LQ DOO FRORUV 6ROLG ILOOV DSSHDU PRWWOHG RU VSORWFK\ %ODFNV DSSHDU EOXH 0806-95 Potential Remedies Make sure that the paper you are using is the correct type for the printer and is correctly loaded in the printer.
  • Page 78 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem &RORUHG RU EODFN OLQHVVPXGJHV 6WUHDN DOO FRORUV Black and/or colored areas appear on the page in all colors and/or in non-print areas. &UHDVHV RU ZKLWH SDWFKHV Creases and/or white patches appear on your print. 0806-77 User Guide Potential Remedies...
  • Page 79 Print Defects and Potential Remedies (cont'd.) Print-Quality Problem &RORU 0LVUHJLVWUDWLRQ Color has shifted outside the designated area or has been superimposed over another color. 0806-43 Potential Remedies Turn the printer off and on; the printer will perform an automatic registration calibration.
  • Page 80: Clearing Paper Jams

    The paper weights are not consistent with the paper tray capacities. Videos are available with instructions for clearing jams. Videos are located on the CD-ROM or the Xerox web site: www.xerox.com/officeprinting/7700support/ If you loaded the videos on your PC’s hard drive, you can also access them in the driver’s Troubleshooting tab.
  • Page 81: Clearing Paper Jams

    Clearing paper jams When a paper jam occurs, printing stops and a message displays on the front panel. The message indicates the location of the jam and the corrective action. More than one sheet of paper may be jammed in the paper path.
  • Page 82: Jam At A

    Jam at A Follow these steps to clear a jam from the left door: Warning Some components behind the left door may be hot. To avoid injury, use caution when clearing jams. Open the left door (labeled A). Lift the green release latch located on the right side of the fuser. Remove the jammed paper.
  • Page 83: Jam At B

    Push down the release latch. Close the left door. Jam at B Follow these steps to clear a jam from the left door below the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT): Open the door labeled B (below Multi-Purpose Tray). Remove jammed paper. Close the door. Pull out tray 1.
  • Page 84: Jam At Multi-Purpose Tray (Mpt)

    Jam at Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) Warning Some components behind the left door may be hot. To avoid injury, use caution when clearing jams. Open the left door (labeled A). Remove the jammed paper. Close the door. User Guide 0806-34...
  • Page 85: Jam At C

    Jam at C Follow these steps to clear a jam from the lower left door: Open the lower left door (labeled C). Remove the jammed paper. Close the door. Pull out the tray that is specified on the front panel (2, 3, or 4). Make sure that the paper is loaded correctly in the tray and that guides are set flush against the paper.
  • Page 86: Jam At D - Duplex Unit

    Jam at D - Duplex Unit Follow these steps to clear a jam from the duplex unit: Open (a) the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) and (b) the upper left door (labeled D). Remove the jammed paper. Close the door. User Guide 0806-66...
  • Page 87: Jam At E - Tray 4

    Jam at E - Tray 4 Follow these steps to clear a jam at the High-Capacity Feeder: Open the lower left door (labeled C). Remove the jammed paper. Close the door. Pull out tray 4. Open the lid on the left side of the tray and remove jammed paper, if any.
  • Page 88: Jam At The Finisher-Bypass Feeder (Labeled G)

    Jam at the Finisher-Bypass Feeder (labeled G) Follow these steps to clear a jam at the Finisher-Bypass Feeder: Open the printer's left door (labeled A). Remove the jammed paper, if any. Close the printer's left door (labeled A). Open the finisher-bypass door (labeled G). Remove the jammed paper, if any.
  • Page 89: Jam At H - Finisher

    Jam at H - Finisher Follow these steps to clear a jam at the finisher: Push the button on the top of the finisher to open the cover. Remove the jammed paper. Close the top cover. 0806-72 0806-73 Phaser 7700 Color Printer...
  • Page 90: Jam At F (With Finisher Only)

    Jam at F (with Finisher only) Pull the finisher away from the printer. Remove the jammed paper from the printer or from the entrance to the Finisher-Bypass. Push the finisher back into position. User Guide 0806-96...
  • Page 91: Moving And Shipping The Printer

    Moving and Shipping the Printer Warning Follow these guidelines to avoid injuring yourself or damaging the printer: Always use at least three people to lift the printer. Always turn off the printer using the power switch on the top-rear of the printer. Moving the printer within the office The printer can be safely moved from one location within an office to another, as long as it travels gently over smooth surfaces.
  • Page 92 Instructions for repackaging the printer are provided in the repackaging kit, on the CD-ROM or on the web site. If you are unable to repackage the printer, Xerox service personnel can repackage the printer for a fee. Note...
  • Page 93: Getting Help

    Getting Help Refer to the following resources for information about your printer. The front panel Offers you a suite of tools along with information pages to help solve printing quality, paper feed, supplies, and printer administration problems. Press the information key on the front panel, see page 10 for information about the front panel.
  • Page 94: Phasersmart

    Downloading printer drivers Finding your local reseller On-line documentation infoSMART™ Knowledge Base www.xerox.com/officeprinting/infoSMART/ infoSMART™ is the same troubleshooting knowledge base used by Xerox Customer Support staff to provide the latest technical information on: Application issues Networking issues Printer errors Print-quality issues...
  • Page 95: Color Connection

    Easy access to on-line technical support. Customized features to meet your individual needs. Other on-line services Subscribe to email update notices: Technical Support Local resellers See www.xerox.com/officeprinting/contacts for the most updated information. U. S. 1-800-835-6100 www.colorconnection.xerox.com www.xerox.com/officeprinting/support Canada...
  • Page 96: Customer Support Center

    Customer Support Center See www.xerox.com/officeprinting/contacts for the most updated information. U. S. and Canada 1-800-835-6100 Argentina 54-114-378-5444 Australia 1-800-811-177 Austria 017956 7083 Belgium-Dutch 070 222 047 Belgium-French 070 222 045 Bolivia +(5913) 469-090 Brazil 0800-21-8400 Chile 800-200-600 Colombia 571-636-3011 Denmark...
  • Page 97: Specifications

    Black Developer Cartridge Cyan Developer Cartridge Magenta Developer Cartridge Yellow Developer Cartridge (Developer cartridges are replaced by Xerox Service Technicians only) Product Use: XEROX Phaser ® 7700 color printers SECTION 2 - INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Ingredients (percent by weight) Toner:...
  • Page 98 SECTION 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE: Toner and developer powders are encased in a cartridge. Minimal exposure through inhalation or skin contact is expected when used as intended. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS: Health effects from this product are expected to be negligible, when product is used as intended.
  • Page 99 HANDLING: No special precautions, when used as intended. STORAGE: Avoid high temperatures. SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROL - PERSONAL PROTECTION No special personal protection indicated, when used as intended in Xerox Phaser® color printers. THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE (TLV): 10 mg/m...
  • Page 100 HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: During a fire, toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition or combustion. SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION This material has been evaluated by Xerox Corporation. The toxicity data noted below is based on test results of similar toners. Oral LD : >5 g/kg (rats), practically non-toxic...
  • Page 101 CANADIAN WHMIS: These toners are not regulated as controlled products under the Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS). SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION NFPA 704: Health-0, Fire-1, Reactivity-0 (All colors) Original preparation date: 1/15/01 Xerox Corporation Office Printing Business Environmental, Health & Safety P.O. Box 1000 Mail Stop 60-512...
  • Page 102: Index

    Index Numerics 2-sided printing 37 Automatic 37 automatic 2-sided printing 37 Automatic color correction 14 belt cleaner assemblies 4 belt cleaner assembly part numbers 4 binding preference 39 Black and White color correction 14 Color Connection 78 color corrections 14 Commercial Press color correction 14 DIC color correction 14 duplex printing 37...
  • Page 103 fax friendly 14 features front panel 11 front panel 10 getting help front panel 76 infoSMART software 78 printer CD-ROM contents 76 high-capacity toner cartridge part number 2 High Resolution/Photo print quality mode 13 Image Offset print-quality problems 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62 infoSMART software 78 jams clearing 63...
  • Page 104 manual 2-sided printing 41 media supported sizes 18 universal tray usage 37 memory, additional part number 9 menu map 11 modes print quality 13 moving kit part numbers 7 Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) loading 27 loading envelopes 33 loading labels 36 loading transparencies 30 None color correction 14 offsetting output 48...
  • Page 105 part number additional memory 9 high-capacity toner cartridge 2 labels 7 moving kit 7 paper 6 print cartridges 3 printer station 8 standard toner cartridges 2 transparency 6 waste cartridge 3 phone number support 79 photographic print-quality mode 13 prepunched paper printing 37 print cartridge part number 3 print quality...
  • Page 106 SNAP Press color correction 14 sRGB Display color correction 14 Standard print quality mode 13 standard toner cartridges part number 2 staple position 50 stapler using 49 staples adding 52 support phone numbers 79 SWOP Press color correction 14 TekColor color corrections 14 Toyo color correction 14 transparencies loading 30...
  • Page 107 Universal tray paper specifics 22 Universal tray usage 22 universal tray loading media 22 loading transparencies 30 paper specifics 37 transparency specifics 37 Vivid Color color correction 14 waste cartridge part number 3 Xerox web site 77 Phaser 7700 Color Printer...

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