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Canon LBP-2510 User Manual

Canon laser beam printer user's guide lbp-2510, lbp5500.
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  • Page 1 Laser Beam Printer User's Guide User's Guide...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams) ..... 38 Procedure for Clearing Paper Jammed in the Printer ....38 Replacing the Cartridge .
  • Page 3: Power On / Off

    Please learn the correct procedures to avoid any unexpected trouble. Turning the Power ON To use the printer, turn it by pressing the power switch to the "I" position. The machine will be capable of printing after the status of the machine and options are checked.
  • Page 4: Turning The Power Off

    Turn off the machines in the following procedure. IMPORTANT • If the printer is connected to a network, make sure that a print job is not being performed from a different computer before turning OFF the power. • If the power is turned OFF with the memory will be erased.
  • Page 5 Press the "O" side of the power switch and turn the printer OFF. Power ON / OFF...
  • Page 6: Online And Offline

    The error must be release in order to become online. • Be sure not to open a cover or remove a paper cassette on the printer while printing. The printer may stop and disable the print job. NOTE However, if the printer is in the power saver mode, the in online, and only the ready indicator will illuminate.
  • Page 7 • This printer will shift to online automatically if left at offline for 5 minutes. The printer cannot become online automatically if an error is occurring in the printer (when the message indicator is on or message numbers are blinking) or during operations such as selecting a menu function/paper feed method or specifying a paper size.
  • Page 8: Paper

    Use only paper that is appropriate for obtaining the best machine performance. Using inappropriate paper can lead to deterioration in print quality or paper jams. Printable Paper The printer can use the following types of paper. two-sided print can be performed, performed, and IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 9: Abbreviation Of Paper Size

    Paper type Plain paper (64~105 g/m Letter Executive Legal Custom size * Heavy paper (106~135 g/m Letter Executive Legal Custom size * Transparencies A4 Label paper A4 Postcard (100 mm × 148 mm) Stamped, self-addressed postcard (148 mm × 200 mm) Envelop Youkei No.4 (105 mm ×...
  • Page 10: Paper Capacity Of The Output Tray

    Paper Capacity in Paper Sources Paper type Plain paper (64 g/m Heavy paper (135 g/m Transparencies Label paper Postcard Stamped, self-addressed postcard Envelope * Plain paper (64 g/m ) in the following sizes can be loaded up to half the amount of the maximum capacity 16 mm below the loading limit mark).
  • Page 11 • Do not use transparencies not designed for this printer, such as transparencies for LBP-2030 (Canon Color Laser OHP film T-H1 A4, T-H1 LTR), transparencies for CLC, or transparencies for monochrome printers (Transparency for Canon domestic LBP). This may cause a malfunction in the fixing unit inside the printer or a deterioration in print quality.
  • Page 12 Envelopes that can be used with this printer are Youkei No.4 and Youkei No.2 with the following structure. Place the envelopes with the side subject to printing the name and address facing down in the multi purpose tray. Youkei No.4(105mm×235mm )...
  • Page 13: Printable Area

    Printable Area The areas of paper shown below can be printed with this printer. I Plain paper / heavy paper / transparencies / label sheets Data cannot be printed inside the 5mm-border around the paper. 5 mm 5 mm I Postcard/Stamped, self-addressed postcard Data cannot be printed inside the 5 mm-border around the postcard or stamped, self-addressed postcard.
  • Page 14: Paper That Cannot Be Used

    - Paper with special coating on its surface (coated paper for ink jet printers, etc.). - Labels sheets in which the base peels easily. - Paper that has been printed or copied on one side by a copier or a different laser printer (the non-printed side is also disabled).
  • Page 15 Paper that may damage the printer. - Carbon paper. - Paper with staples, clips, ribbons, or tapes. - Paper that has been printed or copied on one side by a copier or a different laser printer (the non-printed side is also disabled). •...
  • Page 16: Printing From The Paper Cassette

    Printing from the Paper Cassette Follow the procedure described below to load paper into the paper cassette. IMPORTANT • Be sure to follow the instructions below to prevent paper jams. - Do not load paper other than plain paper (64-105 g/m sheets, or envelopes.
  • Page 17: Loading Standard Size Paper

    - Do not touch the paper feed roller or black rubber part of the paper cassette. This caused a paper feed failure. Loading standard size paper When loading paper in size of Legal, Letter, Executive, A4, B5, or A5 in the paper cassette, follow the procedure described below.
  • Page 18 When loading paper in the cassette, be sure that the cassette is removed from the printer. If paper is loaded when the cassette is pulled just partially out of the printer, the cassette may drop or the printer may overbalance and result in personal injuries.
  • Page 19 Push the plate to lock it. CAUTION If the plate is locked, do not touch the white lock release lever located on the right side of the paper cassette. The plate may snap by force if the lock is release and result in personal injuries. Lock release lever Printing from the Paper Cassette...
  • Page 20 Set the Standard / Custom selection switch to "STANDARD." IMPORTANT Be sure to set the Standard / Custom selection switch to "STANDARD" in order to use standard size paper. Grasp the lock release lever of the rear paper guide and slide it to the mark indicating the subject paper size.
  • Page 21 Grasp the lock release lever on the right side of the paper guide and slide it to the mark indicating the subject paper size. The left paper guide operates simultaneously with the right paper guide. IMPORTANT Be sure to check that the paper guide is adjusted to the position of the paper you want to load.
  • Page 22 IMPORTANT Double-feeding may occur frequently if the edges of the stacked paper are not aligned properly. In such a case, align the paper stack on the flat surface before loading it. NOTE To print on letterhead paper or paper printed with a logo, load the paper so that the front side of the paper (print side) is facing up and the upper edge comes toward you.
  • Page 23: Paper Guide

    Press down on the stack of paper as shown in the figure, confirm that the loading limit mark is not exceeded, then load the stack of paper under the paper holders and hooks of the paper guide. Paper holder IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 24 • Paper in size of A5 can be loaded up to half the amount (16 mm of the maximum capacity (500 sheets) below the loading limit mark) as shown in the figure. Exceeding this limit may result in misfeeds. Insert the paper size indication plate into the plate slot located in the left front side of the paper cassette.
  • Page 25 Be careful to avoid catching your fingers when inserting the paper cassette into the printer. IMPORTANT If you have trouble attaching the paper cassette to the printer, do not try to push it in forcefully. Remove the cassette once, adjust it straight and re-insert it into the printer.
  • Page 26 G Indication of the amount of paper remaining in the cassette The paper cassette is supported with an indicator that shows the amount of paper remaining in the cassette. If the cassette is full, the indicator will be at the top. The indicator will go down as the amount of paper decreases, therefore, you can acknowledge the amount of paper remaining in the cassette.
  • Page 27: Loading Paper In The Multi Purpose Tray

    IMPORTANT Data cannot be printed in the 5 mm border around the paper. Open the multi purpose tray. Grasp the handle in the mid-section of the printer to open the multi purpose tray. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer before opening the multi purpose tray.
  • Page 28: Paper Width

    ❑ Remove any paper left in the multi purpose tray before closing the tray. Keep the multi purpose tray closed when it is not being used. Specify the width of the slide guides slightly wider than the paper width. When loading transparencies or label sheets, fan a small amount of the media at a time and align the edges.
  • Page 29 IMPORTANT • Be sure that transparencies and label sheets are fanned thoroughly. If they are not fanned thoroughly, they may overlap when fed into the printer and result in paper jams. • When fanning or aligning transparencies, try to hold the edges and avoid touching the print surface.
  • Page 30 • Double-feeding may occur frequently if the edges of the stacked paper are not aligned properly. In such a case, align the edges of the stack on a hard, flat surface. NOTE • To print on letterhead paper or paper printed with a logo, load paper so that the front side of the paper (print side) is facing down and the top of the paper goes into the far end of the tray.
  • Page 31: Loading Postcards

    • Do not touch or remove paper from the tray while printing. It may result in a printer malfunction. Loading Postcards Official postcards and official stamped, self-addressed postcards can be loaded...
  • Page 32 IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer before opening the multi purpose tray. • Do not place anything other than the print media in the multi purpose tray. Furthermore, avoid pressing or applying excessive force. It may result in damaging the tray.
  • Page 33 • If the postcards are warped, corret warp so that it does not exceed 2 mm in an upward direction before loading them into the tray. • When you print on a stamped self-addressed postcard, make sure that the application page setup and orientation settings mutch the way the postcard is loaded in the multi purpose tray.
  • Page 34: Loading Envelopes

    * Envelopes with a flap on the short edge cannot be used. IMPORTANT • Do not use self-adhesive envelopes. It may result in deterioration in print quality or printer malfunction. • When printing on envelopes, data cannot be printed in the 10mm border around the envelopes.
  • Page 35 Open the multi purpose tray. Grasp the handle in the mid-section of the printer to open the multi purpose tray. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer before opening the multi purpose tray.
  • Page 36 Place the stack of envelopes on a flat surface, press them with your hands to eliminate any air pockets, and press down the corners to crease and flatten the envelopes. CAUTION Handle envelopes with caution and take care not to cut your hand on the edges of the envelopes.
  • Page 37 Align the edges of the envelopes on a flat surface. Load the stack of envelopes gently as far as it will go into the printer, with the side to print the address facing down. Loading limit mark IMPORTANT • Approximately 10 envelopes can be loaded in the multi purpose tray. Be sure that the height of the envelope stack does not exceed the loading limit mark.
  • Page 38 • Do not touch or remove the envelopes from the tray while printing. It may cause a printer malfunction. Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray...
  • Page 39: When A Paper Jam Occurs (clearing Paper Jams)

    When a Paper Jam Occurs When a paper jam occurs in the printer, an alarm will sound. Then the error message <13 ヨウシガツマリマシタ and a message indicating the location of the paper jam, such as < or < ハイシ エリア When a paper jam occurs, confirm the messages and remove the jammed paper in the following procedure.
  • Page 40 When removing a jammed paper, take care not to cut your hand on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT • Be sure not to touch the prohibited portions such as the high-voltage contacts or gears on the ETB unit. It may result in damaging the printer. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 41 Transfer belt Transfer belt • Remove jammed paper with the printer turned ON. The print data will be erased if the printer is turned OFF. • Applying excess force may result in tearing the paper or damaging the printer. When removing the paper, pull the paper in the proper direction judging from the position of the paper.
  • Page 42 The following are the messages that indicate the location of the jammed paper. Displayed message 「キュウシ エリア」 「ハイシ エリア」 「マエカバー エリア」 「ETBユニット エリア」 Check the output tray and if paper is jammed, remove the paper. IMPORTANT If the jammed paper cannot be removed easily, proceed to the next step. Do not try to remove it forcefully.
  • Page 43 IMPORTANT If the jammed paper cannot be removed easily, proceed to the next step. Do not try to remove it forcefully. Close the multi purpose tray. Open the upper front cover. Open the upper front cover by holding the handles on both sides with both hands until it stops IMPORTANT Perform the following procedure with the upper front cover open.
  • Page 44 Press down the green pressure release levers on the right and left sides to the rear and release the pressure that is applied to the fixing unit. Raise the lever attached with a green label and open the cover of the fixing unit. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 45 Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow as shown in the figure. NOTE If there is any unfixed toner on the removed paper, toner stains may be attached on the following printed page. Open the lower front cover. Open the lower front cover with both hands until it stops.
  • Page 46 IMPORTANT Be sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer before opening the lower front cover. Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow as shown in the figure below. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 47 Hold the handle and open the ETB unit. Open the ETB unit by pulling it slowly and firmly until it stops. IMPORTANT Lower the ETB unit completely until it stops. Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 48 Close the ETB unit. Close the ETB unit securely until it clicks. IMPORTANT Be sure to close the ETB unit by holding the handles. Return the green pressure release levers on the fixing unit to their original positions. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 49 Close the lower front cover a a a a , then close the upper front cover b b b b . Close the upper front cover slowly by holding the handles on both sides with both hands. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 50 Pull out the paper cassette. Hold the handle on the front of the cassette to pull it out half way, then support it with both hands as shown in the figure below to pull it all the way out. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 51 Remove the jammed paper by pulling the paper down and toward you. Attach the paper cassette to the printer. Hold the cassette securely with both hands and push it into the printer slowly until the front side of the cassette is flush with front surface of the printer. CAUTION Be careful to avoid catching your fingers when inserting the paper...
  • Page 52 IMPORTANT If you have trouble attaching the paper cassette to the printer, do not try to push it in forcefully. Remove the cassette once, adjust it straight and re-insert it into the printer. When a Paper Jam Occurs (Clearing Paper Jams)
  • Page 53: Replacing The Cartridge

    - Replace the cartridge when printing a large amount of pages. When the lifespan of the - The printer will stop and printing cannot be continued. cartridge is over. - Replace the cartridge of the indicated color to a new cartridge.
  • Page 54: Replacing The Cartridge

    NOTE The life span of the EP-85 cartridge is indicated below. The number of pages is based on printing a standard document (with a printing ratio of approximately 5% and print density adjusted to factory default). Toner consumption of color toners varies depending on the printed images, therefore, the life span of color toners will vary.
  • Page 55 Open the lower front cover. Open the lower front cover with both hands until it stops. IMPORTANT Be sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer before opening the lower front cover. Replacing the Cartridge...
  • Page 56 Hold the handle and open the ETB unit. Open the ETB unit by pulling it slowly and firmly until it stops. IMPORTANT • Lower the ETB unit completely until it stops. • Do not place any objects on the ETB unit or touch the transfer belt on the ETB unit. Furthermore, do not clean any loose toner from the transfer belt, as the ETB unit has a self-cleaning function.
  • Page 57 Place the sheets of paper (A4 size paper is recommended) on the transfer belt as shown in the figure. IMPORTANT Be sure to cover the transfer belt with paper to protect the transfer belt when installing or removing a cartridge. Grasp the right and left handles on the cartridge of the color to be replaced and pull it straight out.
  • Page 58 IMPORTANT The cartridges should be installed in the order of Black, Magenta, Yellow, and Cyan from the top. Black Magenta Yellow Cyan Replacing the Cartridge...
  • Page 59 Keep the cartridge in the box until it is ready to be installed. • Do not throw away the protective bag and box in which the cartridge came in. It may be required for storing the cartridge during printer maintenance. Replacing the Cartridge...
  • Page 60 IMPORTANT Do not throw away the protective cover. It may be required for storing the cartridge during printer maintenance. Hold the cartridge as shown in the figure and shake it gently 5 to 6 times so that toner is distributed in the cartridge evenly.
  • Page 61 Place the cartridge on a flat surface and pull out the sealing tape (approx. 19 the cartridge. Hook your finger on the tab of the sealing tape and pull it straight out. CAUTION If the sealing tape is pulled out forcefully or stopped at midpoint, toner may spill.
  • Page 62 Lift the cartridge with both hands and install it in the printer. Insert the cartridge into the slot attached with a label in an applicable color, then push it in until it stops a . Push it into the printer securely as shown in the figure IMPORTANT Install the cartridge by pushing it into the printer securely.
  • Page 63 Remove the paper. IMPORTANT When removing the paper, be careful not to touch or scratch the transfer belt on the ETB unit. Close the ETB unit. Close the ETB unit securely until it clicks. IMPORTANT • Be sure to close the ETB unit by holding the handle. •...
  • Page 64 Close the lower front cover a a a a , then close the upper front cover b b b b . Close the upper front cover slowly by holding the handles on both sides with both hands. Replacing the Cartridge...
  • Page 65: 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 When job cancel is performed, the message <03...
  • Page 66 Press [ ジョブ キャンセル The message <03  ジョブ キャンセル being processed is canceled. When processing takes time, such as when receiving data, the message on the display changes to <00 When the message <00 IMPORTANT • When the message <00 ] to perform a soft reset or hard reset. If you perform a reset, any print data リセット...
  • Page 67: Checking Operations

    Status Print Status print is for printing a list of functions that can be currently used by the printer, or a list of values specified in the menus. Status print is performed in the following procedure.
  • Page 68 Press [ 実行 実行 ユーティリティ ステータス プリント 01 ステータス プリント <01 ステータス プリント printed. → > will appear in the display and status print will be Checking Operations...
  • Page 69 Status print is printed as shown below. In status print, you can confirm the functions that can be currently used, items specified in the printer function menu and their values, versions of the software and hardware installed in the printer, and print quantity.
  • Page 70: When A Message Is Displayed

    > Is Displayed プリンタ If a problem has occurred in internal devices of the printer or if a problem has occurred while print data was being processed, an error message (error code and message) is displayed. An error code is the four-digit number as shown in the illustration below.
  • Page 71: Error Messages

    Contact the store where the printer was purchased. Please notify the symptoms and the four-digit alphanumeral. Error Messages If printer operation is disabled for some reason (error status), an alarm will sound, indicator will illuminate, and an error message indicating the problem メッセージ...
  • Page 72 Cause: The upper/lower cover is open. Remedy: Close the upper/lower cover firmly. Cause: Paper has jammed inside the printer. Remedy: Clear the paper jam. Cause: The toner cartridge for the color indicated on the display has not been installed or it has not been installed correctly.
  • Page 73 Remedy: Replace the toner cartridge with a new one. 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. デフォルト用紙タ...
  • Page 74 Cause: The cartridge has been installed in the wrong position. Remedy: Remove the cartridge indicated on the display from the printer, and then re-install it in the correct position. When a Message Is Displayed...
  • Page 75 Remedy: If you press [ オンライン ] able to print. If you continue to use the cartridge, a printer malfunction may occur. Replace the toner cartridge with a new one. Cause: It is possible that there is a problem with the installed cartridge.

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