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Canon Laser Shot LBP-1310 User Manual

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  • Page 1 Laser Beam Printer User's Guide User's Guide...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Turning the Printer On/Off ........
  • Page 3: Turning The Printer On/off

    Turning the Printer On/Off Turning the printer’s power on and off is performed with the power switch on the left side of the printer. Please learn the correct procedures to avoid any unexpected trouble. Turning On the Printer To use the printer, turn it on by pressing down the power switch. Printing is enabled after the printer performs a self-diagnostic test to check the status of the printer and any options installed.
  • Page 4: Turning Off The Printer

    The printer should be turned off as described in the following procedure. IMPORTANT • If the printer is connected to a network, make sure that the printer is not printing data from another personal computer before turning off the power. •...
  • Page 5 Make sure that the indicator is off. ジ ジ ジ ジ ョ ョ ョ ョ ブ ブ ブ ブ 00 イ ン サツ カ ノウ 印刷可 メ ッセージ ジョブ Press down the power switch. The power switch will pop up.
  • Page 6: About Online And Offline

    The printer must be online in order to print data received from a personal computer. Make sure that the printer is online before you send a job to the printer. If the printer is not online, bring the printer online as described in the following procedure. The printer automatically comes online when it is turned on.
  • Page 7: Offline

    Check that the printer is offline before you press any keys on the control panel. If the printer is not offline, take it offline as described in the following procedure.
  • Page 8: Paper Requirements

    Paper Requirements Use paper that is compatible with your printer in order to get the best performance from your printer. Using incompatible paper can lead to reduced printing quality and paper jams. Printable Paper You can use the following types of paper with this printer.
  • Page 9: Paper Size

    Paper Size Type of Paper Plain Paper (64-105 g/m Letter Executive Legal Custom Paper * Width : 76.2-215.9 mm Length : 127-355.6 mm Thick Paper (106-163 g/m Letter Executive Legal Custom Paper Width : 76.2-215.9 mm Length : 127-355.6 mm Transparencies A4 Label sheets A4 Postcards 100 ×...
  • Page 10: Paper Capacity Of Paper Sources

    You can use plain paper of 76.2-215.9 mm width, 127-355.6 mm length and 64-105 g/m weight with this printer. This includes A4-, B5-, A5-, Legal-, Letter- and Executive-size paper. These standard sizes of paper can be fed from the paper cassette or paper tray.
  • Page 11 If you leave them on the tray, they may be wrinkled, or paper jams may occur. ■ Label sheets A4-size label sheets can be used with this printer. Check which side of the label sheets is the face-up side before you load them into the paper tray. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 12: Printable Areas

    - Envelopes with wrinkles or creases. - Envelopes with very irregular thickness at the folds or overlaps. - Envelopes with irregular shapes (not rectangle). - Press the envelopes with your hands to expel any air pockets and press down on the edges before loading them into the paper tray.
  • Page 13: Paper You Cannot Use

    You cannot print on the same side of a sheet of paper that has already been printed on.) - Paper that has fins.
  • Page 14 You cannot print on the same side of a sheet of paper that has already been printed on.) •...
  • Page 15: Printing From The Paper Cassette

    • Always make sure that the paper size settings in the printer set-up menu match the settings in the printer driver before you print. If the settings do not match, the message [PC XXX ヨウシ ニ コウカン ] to change the [ キュウシカセット 1 サイズ ] those of the printer driver.
  • Page 16: Cautions When Loading Paper

    IMPORTANT • Do not open the cover of the printer or remove the paper cassette while printing. If the cover is opened or the paper cassette is removed, the printer will stop printing and may not be able to resume printing again.
  • Page 17: Loading Paper In The Paper Cassette

    Follow the same procedure to load paper into paper cassette 1, which is supplied with the printer, and paper cassette 2 in the optional paper feeder. You can load different sizes of paper into cassettes 1 and 2, and you can also switch between paper cassettes automatically.
  • Page 18 Hold the lock release lever of the rear paper size guide 1 1 1 1 and line it up with the size of the paper you want to load 2 2 2 2 . Move the rear paper size guide so that the triangular mark on the guide points to the size of paper you want to load into the paper cassette.
  • Page 19 Slide the paper guides to align them with the selected paper size. The paper guides on both sides move together. Tap the stack of paper on a flat surface to properly align the edges. IMPORTANT • If you are using paper that has been cut badly, sheets may overlap when delivered. If you are using such paper, fan the stack of paper well, and then load it into the cassette.
  • Page 20 Set the paper flush against the rear paper size guide and load it into the cassette. NOTE • You can load up to 250 sheets of plain paper (64 g/m that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the limit mark. If the stack is higher than the limit mark, this may cause a paper feed failure.
  • Page 21 Make sure that there is some space left between the stack and the hooks. Otherwise, remove some paper from the stack. Insert the paper cassette into the printer. Push the cassette into the printer securely until its front surface is flush with the front surface of the printer. Hook...
  • Page 22: Printing From The Multi-purpose Tray

    Set the paper size and type. group in the set-up menu 「キュウシ」 • 「トレイ ヨウシ サイズ」= If you are using an OS which cannot run a printer driver, such as DOS or UNIX, set up the following items. group in the set-up menu 「キュウシ」 •...
  • Page 23: Loading Paper In The Multi-purpose Tray

    IMPORTANT • Data cannot be printed in a 5 mm wide border around the paper. Open the multi-purpose tray on the front of the printer. When loading long size paper, such as A4, open the extension tray. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 24 IMPORTANT • Be sure to load a stack of transparencies or labels after thoroughly fanning them. Otherwise, they may overlap when they are fed into the printer, causing paper jams. • When fanning or aligning transparencies, always hold the edges, where possible, to avoid touching the print side.
  • Page 25 Insert the paper stack gently as far as it will go into the printer, with the print side facing up. IMPORTANT • You can load up to 100 sheets of plain paper (64 g/m of the paper stack does not exceed the limit guide.
  • Page 26 Be sure to set the paper guide to the paper width. Misfeeds or paper jams may occur if the paper guides are too loose or too tight. • Do not touch or remove the paper from the paper tray during printing. This may cause a printer malfunction. Proceed to “Selecting Paper Delivery,” on P. 32.
  • Page 27: Loading Postcards

    IMPORTANT • Data cannot be printed in a 5 mm wide border around the postcard. Open the multi-purpose tray on the front of the printer. IMPORTANT • Do not place anything other than paper on the multi-purpose tray and extension tray.
  • Page 28 Load the postcard stack in the multi-purpose tray. If you want to print on the side that the address will be written, load postcards with the print side of the postcards facing up and the top edge of the postcards going into the printer first. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 29 • Do not touch or remove the postcards from the paper tray during printing. This may cause a printer malfunction. • Never use stamped, self-addressed postcards with creases. Proceed to “Selecting Paper Delivery,” on P. 32.
  • Page 30: Loading Envelopes

    You can load only envelopes of the size shown below. (You cannot use envelopes with a flap along the short edge.) Youkei No.4 (Envelope Y401 for Canon LBP / recommended) • Do not use self-adhesive envelopes. This may cause a deterioration in the print quality or printer malfunction.
  • Page 31 Place the stack of envelopes on a flat surface and press down the corners to crease and flatten the envelopes. Flex the stack on all four sides to remove any stiffness as illustrated below. If the corners are curled, straighten them. Tap the stack of envelopes on a flat surface to properly align the edges.
  • Page 32 Insert the envelope stack into the printer as far as it will go, so that the print side faces up with the flap on the left. IMPORTANT • The multi-purpose tray can hold about ten envelopes. Make sure that the height of the stack of envelopes does not exceed the limit guide.
  • Page 33: Selecting Paper Delivery

    • Do not touch or remove the envelopes from the paper tray during printing. This may cause a printer malfunction. Proceed to “Selecting Paper Delivery,”. ( → See below.) Selecting Paper Delivery For thick paper, transparencies, label sheets, postcards, stamped, self-addressed postcards and envelopes, you must switch the paper delivery to the sub-output tray.
  • Page 34 Selecting the Sub-output tray To switch the paper delivery to the sub-output tray, follow the procedure described below. Hold the handle of the sub-output tray and pull it open. Pull out the extension tray. IMPORTANT • Be sure to pull out the extension tray when using the sub-output tray. Otherwise, paper jams may occur.
  • Page 35 Selecting the Output Tray To switch the paper delivery to the output tray, follow the procedure described below. Return the extension tray to its original position, then close the sub-output tray.
  • Page 36: Clearing Paper Jams

    If the message remains after removing the jammed paper according to the prescribed procedure, torn pieces of the jammed paper may still remain in the printer. In this case, re-check various sections of the printer and remove all pieces of the jammed paper from inside the printer.
  • Page 37 Always remove the toner cartridge before you try to remove any jammed paper, this makes it easier to remove the jammed paper. • Remove the jammed paper while the power to the printer still on. If you turn the power off, the print data will be erased. •...
  • Page 38 Open the top cover. Remove the toner cartridge.
  • Page 39 IMPORTANT • If you remove the jammed paper by pulling it up and out of the printer at an angle, this may cause any toner that is not fixed to the paper to scatter. To remove the paper from the printer, pull it straight out of the printer. If the inside of the printer...
  • Page 40 If the leading edge of the jammed paper has been fed as far as the output area, remove the paper from the sub-output tray. If you remove it from the top cover area, this will soil the inside of the printer and lead to a deterioration in the print quality. Green Mark...
  • Page 41 Return the transfer guide to its original position. IMPORTANT • Make sure that the transfer guide is returned to its original position. Replacing the toner cartridge without returning the transfer guide to its original position could damage the toner cartridge. Close the top cover.
  • Page 42 Open the sub-output tray. Remove the jammed paper from the output tray. IMPORTANT • If you cannot remove the jammed paper easily, do not try to pull it out forcibly. Go to the next step.
  • Page 43 Pull out the top edge of the jammed paper from the sub- output tray ● If you are performing duplex printing: , then remove the paper from the printer 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2...
  • Page 44 When you are having trouble removing the jammed paper from the printer, slightly tilt the sub-output tray 1 as shown in the illustration below, and remove the pins from the hooks on right and left sides of the tray 2.
  • Page 45 NOTE • To return the sub-output tray to its original position, raise the sub-output tray up to the position shown in the illustration below 1. The pins will be re-positioned automatically on the hooks 2. Close the sub-output tray.
  • Page 46 When using the multi-purpose tray, remove the jammed paper from the multi-purpose tray. Close the multi-purpose tray.
  • Page 47 Pull out the paper cassette. When an optional paper feeder unit is attached to your printer, pull out all the paper cassettes.
  • Page 48 Remove the jammed paper. When the optional paper feeder unit is attached, you can remove the jammed paper in the same way. If you are not duplex printing, go to step 22.
  • Page 49 Open the duplexing transfer cover. Pull the green lock release lever toward you. The duplexing transfer cover will open. IMPORTANT • Never touch the transfer roller, as this may result in a paper feed failure. Remove the jammed paper.
  • Page 50 Close the duplexing transfer cover. Re-install the paper cassette in the printer. Insert the cassette securely until its front surface is flush with the front surface of the printer.
  • Page 51 Open the top cover. Re-install the toner cartridge in the printer.
  • Page 52 Close the top cover.
  • Page 53: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    If you get loose toner powder on your hands or clothing, wash it off with cold water immediately. Using warm water may fix the toner to your hands or clothing, making it difficult to remove. IMPORTANT • Be sure to use only toner cartridges designed for this printer. Open the top cover.
  • Page 54 Remove the toner cartridge from the printer. Remove the new toner cartridge from its protective bag. Open the protective bag by cutting it with scissors etc., so as not to damage the cartridge. IMPORTANT • Save the protective bag. You may need it later when removing the toner cartridge...
  • Page 55 Hold the toner cartridge as illustrated below and gently rock it 5 or 6 times to evenly distribute the toner. IMPORTANT • If the toner is not evenly distributed inside the cartridge, this may reduce print quality. Place the toner cartridge on a sturdy surface, then pull out the sealing tape (about 50 cm long) while holding the cartridge.
  • Page 56 IMPORTANT • Do not pull the tape diagonally upwards or downwards. It may snap off and you will not be able to remove it completely. • Remove the sealing tape completely from the cartridge. Otherwise, this may cause a deterioration in the print quality. •...
  • Page 57: Into The Printer

    Hold the toner cartridge as illustrated below, then install it into the printer. Slide the toner cartridge into the printer as far as it will go with the projections at both sides aligned with the toner cartridge guide located inside the printer.
  • Page 58: Close The Top Cover

    Close the top cover. Close the top cover with both hands until it clicks. IMPORTANT • When you cannot close the top cover completely, check the installation of the toner cartridge. Do not try to close the top cover forcibly, as this may damage it. •...
  • Page 59: Canceling Printing

    In this case, be careful because performing job cancel may cancel the print data for the next job. • If print data sent from a printer driver not compatible with this printer is mixed with other data, multiple print jobs may be canceled. NOTE •...
  • Page 60 ジョブキャンセル ユーティリティ Press [ ジ ジ ジ ジ ョ ョ ョ ョ ブ ブ ブ ブ キ キ キ キ ャ ャ ャ ャ ン ン ン ン セ セ セ セ ル ル ル ル 03 ジョブ キャンセル 03 ジョブ スキップ 00 インサツ...
  • Page 61: Checking Operations

    Checking Operations You can use the status print to check the configuration of the printer. Use this function whenever necessary such as after preparing and connecting the printer or whenever you want to check its operating status. Status Print Currently available printer functions and a list of setting values are printed in a status print.
  • Page 62 A status print is printed as shown below. It allows you to check functions that can be currently used, provides a list of setting values in the printer function menu and versions of software and hardware installed in the printer, as well as the page count.
  • Page 63: When A Message Is Displayed

    サ サ サ サ ー ー ー ー ビ ビ ビ ビ ス ス ス ス コ コ コ コ ー ー ー ー ル ル ル ル If a problem has occurred internally in the printer, or if a problem has occurred while print data was being processed, an error message (error code and message) is displayed.
  • Page 64 When the message <5F-nn サービスコール > is displayed, condensation may have formed inside the printer. Let the printer stand for two hours or more so that it adjusts to the surrounding temperature and humidity. If you print while there is condensation inside the printer, the paper may not feed properly causing paper jams, and the print quality may also be poor.
  • Page 65: Error Messages

    Error Messages If the printer is unable to print for some reason, an alarm sounds, the error indicator lights up and an error message appears on the display. Furthermore, a warning message is displayed when you are required to take some sort of action, even though there is no problem with the print job.
  • Page 66 Cause: The paper specified cannot be duplex printed. Remedy: Select the paper source on the printer with standard-size paper loaded, and set the paper size setting on the PC to standard-size. Then start printing again. Cause: The paper type specified cannot be...
  • Page 67 Message PC XXX ヨウシ ニ コウカン  (where XXX is the paper size abbreviation) <Error skip> Cause and Remedy Cause: Either the size of the paper loaded in the paper source is different to the paper size setting in the application software, or a paper source in which a different size of paper is loaded has been selected.

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