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Safety Notes Your XES Synergix 8825/8830/8855 Digital Solution has been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency examination and approval plus compliance with established environmental standards. Please read the following instructions carefully before operating the XES Synergix 8825/8830/8855 Digital Solution and refer to them as needed to ensure continued safe operation.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY NOTES... 2 PRINTER OVERVIEW ... 5 Front View... 5 Rear View... 6 Right Side View... 7 MEDIA INFORMATION... 9 Loading the Media - Rolls 1, 2, 3 ... 9 Loading the Media - Roll 4 ... 11 Making a Test Print ...
Please read the following instructions carefully before operating the XES 8855 Engineering Printer and refer to them as needed to ensure the continued safe operation of the product. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on or supplied with the product.
SAFETY NOTES (continued) Slots and openings in the cabinet and in the back and bottom of the printer are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the printer and to protect it from overheating, these openings should never be placed near a radiator or heat register.
SAFETY NOTES (continued) GROUND FAULT PROTECTION The XES 8855 Engineering Printer is equipped with an additional safety feature, a Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI). This safety device will remove all power to the printer if an electrical fault is detected. In the event that power is interrupted to the printer, locate the...
PRINTER OVERVIEW FRONT VIEW Manual Bypass Shelf Insert cut sheets here to bypass roll media in drawers. Power On/Off Switch Press to switch the printer on and off. Top Drawer (Roll 1) Open to load paper rolls and clear media jams.
PRINTER OVERVIEW REAR VIEW Fuser Cover Open to clear media jams and to replace oil feeders. Interface Connector Connect external input device here. Exit Cover Open to clear media jams. Power Cord Connect to a suitable power outlet. Top Cover Open to clear media jams.
PRINTER OVERVIEW RIGHT SIDE VIEW Toner Cartridge Replace when Status Display indicates cartridge is empty. Media Cutter Turn to cut media during jam clearance. Toner Waste Container Replace at stated intervals. Inner Transport Open to clear media jams.
MEDIA INFORMATION Loading the Media - Rolls 1, 2, 3 1. Pull the handle and open 4. Press the green lever at the drawer which requires the media. 5. Slide the spindle out of the 2. Rewind the paper remaining on the roll. Hold the roll at both ends and lift the roll out of the drawer.
MEDIA INFORMATION Loading the Media - Rolls 1, 2, 3 Roll 3 only: 12. Set the switches for the 11. Rotate the lower feed roller until the lead edge is visible in the center of the viewing hole. NOTE: Ensure that the rubber tracking belt is underneath the plastic roller on the paper spindle.
MEDIA INFORMATION Loading the Media - Roll 4 1. Pull the handle and open 4. Press the green locking the drawer which requires the media. 2. Rewind the paper 5. Slide the spindle out of the remaining on the roll. 3.
MEDIA INFORMATION Loading the Media - Roll 4 10. Rotate the green knob in 11. Set the switches for the order to feed an inch of paper between the feed rollers. NOTE: Ensure that the rubber tracking belt is underneath the plastic roller on the paper spindle.
The heaters operate at night and in high- humidity conditions, in order to avoid moisture-related problems with the media. Xerox Service can set the heaters to operate in three modes: 1. Open the Top Cover in 1. off when printing 2.
MANUAL BYPASS FEED The bypass feed mode is used when the print, which is being sent to the printer, is a different size than the roll media loaded in the printer. For example: You want to send a C size print, but there is no C size media loaded in the printer.
PROBLEM SOLVING Status Indicators Code Explanation 0 is blinking on the Status Display Panel when the (blinking) printer is warming up or when the printer is making a test print. SLP-0 This indicator is displayed when the printer is in maximum power saver mode (no power to fuser).
PROBLEM SOLVING Error Codes Code Cause/What to Do E-01 There is a problem with the printer. Press power off, then on. If problem still exists, call for service. E-02 There is a problem with the printer. Press power off, then on. If problem still exists, call for service. E-04 There is a problem with the printer.
PROBLEM SOLVING Error Codes Code Cause/What to Do H-01 The Toner Waste Container is not installed correctly. Go to Replacing the Toner Waste Container in this manual. J-01 There is a media jam in the printer. Go to Clearing the Media Path in this manual. J-02 There is a media jam in the printer.
PROBLEM SOLVING Error Codes (continued) Code Cause/What to Do U-01 The Top Drawer is not closed. Open and close the drawer firmly. U-02 The Middle Drawer is not closed. Open and then close the drawer firmly. U-03 The Bottom Drawer is not closed. Open and then close the drawer firmly.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jam J-01, J-02 When a jam J-01 occurs, the media jams while feeding from Roll 1 in the top drawer. When a jam J-02 occurs, the media jams while feeding from Roll 2 in the middle drawer. 1.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jam J-03 When a jam J-03 occurs, the media jams while feeding from Roll 3 in the bottom drawer. 1. Pull the handle and open 2. Manually rewind the roll 3. Trim the lead edge of the 4.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jam J-04 When a jam J-04 occurs, the media jams while feeding from Roll 4 in the bottom drawer. 1. Pull the handle and open 2. Manually rewind the roll 3. Trim the lead edge of the 4.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jam J-05 When a jam J-05 occurs, the printer detects media at the Manual Bypass Shelf at power on, or the media jams while feeding from Manual Bypass Shelf. 1. Pull to open the top 2.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jam J-11 1. Open the Manual Bypass 4. If you are unable to rewind Shelf and all three drawers in order to locate the jam. 2. Rewind the jammed roll until the lead edge of the paper comes out of the feed rollers.
CLEARING THE MEDIA PATH Media Jams J-12, J-13 2. Turn the green locking 1. Open the right side door. 3. Push down to lower the Inner Transport and lever to the left in order to remove any jammed release the Inner paper.
CARE Replacing the Toner Cartridge Toner cartridges are supplied as part of a kit, which contains eight toner cartridges, four toner waste containers, and three oil pads. The toner cartridges are packed inside the toner waste containers, two to a container. When the first of the two toner cartridges in each container is used,...
CARE Replacing the Toner Cartridge (cont.) 4. Shake the new cartridge a 7. Gently remove the seal by few times in order to prepare the contents for use. 5. Install the cartridge into the toner supply mechanism while keeping the sealed opening on the upper side of the cartridge.
CARE Replacing the Toner Waste Container This printer does not have a mechanism for detecting a full toner waste container. printer is designed to operate correctly if the toner waste container is replaced after two toner cartridges have been used up. The toner waste container should be replaced at the same time that the first of the...
CARE Replacing the Oil Pads Three oil pads, which apply silicone oil to the surface of the fuser roll, are located under the fuser cover. The oil pads are packed as part of the toner and supplies kit, which also contains eight toner...
CARE Cleaning the Upper Corotron Periodic cleaning of the corotron will reduce print quality problems caused by accumulation of toner inside the printer. CAUTION Use care when removing and replacing the corotron to avoid scratching the photosensitive drum inside the printer. Do not force the corotron in or out of 1.
CARE Cleaning the Lower Corotron Periodic cleaning corotron will reduce print quality problems caused by accumulation of toner inside the printer. CAUTION Use care when removing and replacing the corotron to avoid scratching the photosensitive drum inside the printer. Do not force the corotron in or out of 1.
138 in. 65.5 in. XEROX XEROX XEROX XEROX SER# E1N XXXXXXX Serial Number Location All XES 8855 serial numbers start with an E1N prefix, followed by several more digits. Please have the serial number available when calling for XES service.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS XES 8855 Electrical Specifications Single Phase (Double pole circuit breaker, two wires plus ground) 220 - 240 VAC Nominal 60 Hz 20 Amp dedicated circuit Warm-up Time: 2.5 minutes Power Consumption 800 Watts (standby) 2500 Watts (running) Heat Dissipation...
FCC Compliance in the USA WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 FCC Rules. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications.
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