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Canon LBP-2710 User Manual

Canon user's guide laser beam printer lbp-2810/2710 lbp5800/5700.
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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

    NOTE • It may take time to bring the printer online when the power is turned on for the first time after installing the hard disk, or when there are errors found on the hard disk, as the hard disk is formatted after the power is turned on. (LBP-2810 only) Press the power switch to the “I”...
  • Page 4: Turning Off The Printer

    - When the message • If the printer has the hard disk installed, make sure that the HDD indicator is not on. If the power is turned off while the HDD indicator is on (the hard disk is reading or writing data), the hard disk may be damaged and become unusable.
  • Page 5: If The Printer Is Not Using A Hard Disk

    IMPORTANT • If you attempt to shut down the printer when the paused job data or the secure job data still remains in the hard disk, the message appears. Once the shut down procedure has been selected, all jobs are シマスカ?...
  • Page 6 給紙選択 00 インサツ カノウ 印刷可 メッセージ indicator is turned off and the printer gets ready for operation → by pressing [ ] or [ ], and then → [ [ [ [ 実 実 実 実 行 行 行 行 ] ] ] ] is shown when the printer is ready to be turned off.
  • Page 7 Press the power switch to the “ ○ ○ ○ ○ ” position when the message < < < < デ デ デ デ ン ン ン ン ゲ ゲ ゲ ゲ ン ン ン ン ヲ ヲ ヲ ヲ         オ オ オ オ キ キ キ キ リ リ リ リ ク ク ク ク ダ ダ ダ ダ サ サ サ サ イ イ イ イ > > > > is displayed.
  • Page 8: 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 9: Offline

    Offline The printer must be offline when you use the menu on the control panel of the printer, to select the paper feeding method, or set the paper size. To perform any operations from the control panel, take the printer offline as described in the following procedure.
  • Page 10: Paper Requirements

    Paper Requirements Use only compatible paper in order to get the best performance from your printer. Using incompatible paper can lead to reduced printing quality and paper jams. Printable Paper The printer can use the following types of paper. and duplex printing can be performed, be performed, indicates that printing can not be performed.
  • Page 11: Paper Size

    Paper Size Type of Paper Plain Paper (64-105 g/m Letter Letter R Executive R Legal Ledger Custom Paper* Thick Paper (106-135 g/m Letter Letter R Executive R Legal Ledger Custom Paper* Transparencies A4 Label sheets A4 Postcards Envelope Youkei No.4 Kakukei No.2 Plain paper of the following size can be loaded.
  • Page 12: Paper Capacity Of Paper Sources

    76.2 - 312.0 mm width, 98.0 - 469.9 mm length and 64 – 105 g/m this printer. Plain paper can be fed from the paper cassette or paper tray. Automatic duplex printing is possible only with standard size paper other than A5.
  • Page 13 • 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 14 • Never use the following types of envelope. If envelopes that do not conform to specifications are used, this may cause hard to clear paper jams or a printer malfunction. - Envelopes with fasteners or snaps. - Envelopes with windows.
  • Page 15: Printable Area

    Printable Area The areas that can be printed on the paper are shown below. ■ Plain paper/thick paper/transparencies/label sheets/postcards Data cannot be printed inside a 5mm wide border around the paper or postcard. 5 mm 5 mm ■ Envelopes Data cannot be printed inside a 10mm wide border around the envelope. Adjust the print location depending on the application being used .
  • Page 16: Paper You Cannot Use

    - Paper with a special coating on its surface (Coated paper for ink jet printers, etc.). - Label sheets with the base easily peeled. - Paper that has been used once by a copy machine or another laser printer (the back of that paper is also improper).
  • Page 17: Printing From The Paper Cassette

    Procedures for loading paper into paper cassette 1, which is supplied with the printer, and paper cassettes 2, 3, and 4, in the optional paper feeder unit, are the same. You can load different paper sizes into each cassette and switch between these paper cassettes for paper sources automatically.
  • Page 18: Loading Standard-size Paper

    Loading Standard-Size Paper To load A3-, B4-, A4-, A5-, Ledger-, Legal-, Letter- and Executive-size paper in the paper cassette, follow the procedure described below. If you were using the paper tray, remove any paper remaining in the tray and close it.
  • Page 19 When loading paper in the paper cassette, be sure to remove the paper cassette completely from the printer. If loading paper in the paper cassette while it is partially out of the printer, the paper cassette may be dropped or the printer may overbalance, this may cause personal injury.
  • Page 20 Set the STANDARD / CUSTOM switch to “STANDARD.” IMPORTANT • Be sure to set the STANDARD / CUSTOM switch to “STANDARD” when you use standard-size paper. Grasp the lock lever of the rear paper size guide and slide it to the mark indicating the desired paper size.
  • Page 21 Grasp the lock lever of the left paper size guide and slide it to the mark indicating the desired paper size. The paper guides on both sides move together. Tap the stack of paper on a flat surface to properly align the edges.
  • Page 22 : Paper Feed Direction - When loading paper such as A3-, B4-, Ledger-, or Legal-size in the portrait orientation, the print side should be facing up and the top of the paper away from the printer. : Paper Feed Direction...
  • Page 23 Press down on the stack of paper as illustrated below and make sure that it does not exceed the limit mark. Then set the stack of paper under the hooks of the paper guides. Limit Mark IMPORTANT • You can load up to 500 sheets of plain paper (64 g/m sure that the paper stack is not higher than the limit mark.
  • Page 24 Insert the paper cassette into the printer. Hold the paper cassette securely and push it into the printer until its front side is flush with the front surface of the printer. If the power is on when you load the paper cassette, you will hear printer operation sounds.
  • Page 25 Insert the paper size display board that matches the loaded paper size into the slot on the front-left side of the paper cassette.
  • Page 26: Printing From The Paper Tray

    Grasp the pocket of the paper tray and pull it open, as shown in the illustration below. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer when you open the paper tray. • Do not place anything other than paper in the paper tray. In addition, avoid pressing or applying excessive force to the tray as this may damage it.
  • Page 27 • 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 28 - When loading paper such as A3-, B4-, B5-, A5-size or label sheets in the portrait orientation, the print side should be facing down and the top of the paper toward the printer. , make sure to set [ 用紙の向き ]...
  • Page 29 • Be sure to set the paper guides 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.
  • Page 30: Loading Postcards

    Grasp the pocket of the paper tray and pull it open, as shown in the illustration below. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer when you open the paper tray. • Do not place anything other than paper in the paper tray. In addition, avoid pressing or applying excessive force to the tray as this may damage it.
  • Page 31 If you want to print on the side on which an address will be written, load postcards with the print side of the postcards facing down and the top edge of the postcards going into the printer first. Limit Mark IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 32: Loading Envelopes

    IMPORTANT • You can load envelopes of the sizes shown below. Youkei No.4 (105 mm x 235 mm) (Envelope Y401 for Canon LBP/recommended) * You cannot use envelopes with a flap along the short edge.
  • Page 33 Grasp the pocket of the paper tray and pull it open, as shown in the illustration below. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the printer when you open the paper tray. • Do not place anything other than paper in the paper tray. In addition, avoid pressing or applying excessive force to the tray as this may damage it.
  • Page 34 Tap the stack of envelopes on a flat surface to properly align the edges. Insert the envelope stack as far as it will go into the printer, with the side on which the address will be written facing down. Limit Mark IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 35 • Load the Youkei No.4 envelopes with the flap on the right. • Load the Kakukei No.2 envelopes with the flap open and end edge of the envelope facing toward printer. Slide the paper guides so that they closely fit to the right and left edges of the envelope.
  • Page 36: Clearing Paper Jams

    In this case, re-check various sections of the printer and remove all pieces of the jammed paper from inside the printer.
  • Page 37 Transfer Belt Transfer Belt • Remove the jammed paper while the power to the printer still on. If you turn the power off, the print data will be erased. • If you attempt to remove the jammed paper forcibly, the paper may be torn or parts inside the printer may be damaged.
  • Page 38 Check all the messages appearing on the display. The error messages and paper jam locations are shown one by one on the display. Check all of them. The messages will disappear when you open the cover. It is recommended that you note down the messages. 13 ヨウシガ...
  • Page 39 If you are using the paper tray, remove the jammed paper from the paper tray area. IMPORTANT • If you cannot remove the jammed paper easily, do not use force to remove it and proceed to the next step. Close the paper tray.
  • Page 40 Open the upper cover. Hold both sides of the upper cover and open it. IMPORTANT • The following procedure must be performed with the upper cover open. Take care not to close the upper cover accidentally. Press down the right and left green pressure release levers to release the pressure applied to the fixing unit.
  • Page 41 Open the fixing unit cover by raising the lever with the green label. Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow in the illustrations below. NOTE • If there is any unfixed toner on the removed paper, there may be toner stains on the paper that is printed next.
  • Page 42 Open the lower cover. Grasp the front of the lower cover as shown in the illustration below, and open it until it stops. IMPORTANT • Make sure that there are no obstacles in front of the lower cover when you open it.
  • Page 43 Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow in the illustrations below. Remove the paper while pressing the lock release lever rightward when the paper is jammed in the lower part of ETB unit. Lock Release Lever...
  • Page 44 Grasp the right and left grips (green labels attached) of the ETB unit with both hands and lower the unit toward you to open it. Lower the ETB unit gently, until it stops. IMPORTANT • Be sure to open the ETB unit by holding the grips on the right and left with both hands.
  • Page 45 Remove the jammed paper by pulling it in the direction of the arrow in the illustrations below. Remove the jammed paper carefully, as any unfixed toner may adhere to the ETB unit. ● When paper is coming from the paper cassette ●...
  • Page 46 Make sure that you have completely lowered the ETB unit before you try to remove it from the printer. If you try to remove the ETB unit before the ETB unit has been completely lowered, the connector connecting the printer and ETB unit may be turned upward, making it difficult to re-install the ETB unit in the printer.
  • Page 47 This may cause a printer malfunction. • Never touch the connector inside the printer. This may cause a printer malfunction. • Place the ETB unit on a flat and sturdy surface, with the transfer belt facing up.
  • Page 48 Remove the jammed paper. ▼ Remove the paper from the printer while pressing the lock release lever rightward. Lock Release Lever Close the cover after you have removed the jammed paper. ▼...
  • Page 49 Hold the ETB unit securely with both hands and install it to the printer while ▼ pressing the blue release levers on the right and left sides of the ETB unit. After the ETB unit has been pushed into the printer securely, release the blue lock release levers.
  • Page 50 Return the pressure release levers of the fixing unit to their original positions. Close the lower cover Be sure to close the upper cover slowly, holding the right and left sides with both hands. , and then close the upper cover 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2...
  • Page 51 Remove the paper cassette from the printer. Grasp the pocket on the front of the paper cassette and pull it out until it clicks. Then remove the paper cassette from the printer, supporting the sides of the cassette with both hands as illustrated below.
  • Page 52 Place the removed paper cassette on a flat and sturdy surface. Pull the jammed paper toward you as illustrated below and remove it from the printer. Pull out the paper from the printer while pressing the lock release lever to the left. Lock Release Lever...
  • Page 53 Insert the paper cassette into the printer. Hold the paper cassette securely and push it into the printer until its front side is flush with the front surface of the printer. CAUTION • Take care not to trap your fingers when inserting the paper cassette into the printer.
  • Page 54: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    NOTE • The life spans of the EP-86 cartridges for this printer are as follows. These are based on printing typical word processing documents that have about 5% page coverage with the print density adjusted to the factory default. The life span of the cartridge varies depending on the color, as this may differ depending on the image to be printed.
  • Page 55: Replacing The Cartridge

    The fixing unit may become hot during operation. Do not touch the fixing unit and its peripherals as this may cause personal injury or burns. IMPORTANT • Be sure to use cartridges designed for this printer. Replace the black cartridge. Replace the magenta cartridge. Replace the yellow cartridge.
  • Page 56 Open the upper cover. Hold both sides of the upper cover and open it. IMPORTANT • The following procedure must be performed with the upper cover open. Take care not to close the upper cover accidentally. Open the lower cover. Grasp the front of the lower cover as shown in the illustration below, and open it until it stops.
  • Page 57 Grasp the right and left grips (green labels attached) of the ETB unit with both hands and lower the unit toward you to open it. Lower the ETB unit gently, until it stops. IMPORTANT • Be sure to open the ETB unit by holding the grips on the right and left with both hands.
  • Page 58 • Do not place any objects on the ETB unit or touch the transfer belt of the ETB unit. Furthermore, do not clean any loose toner powder from the transfer belt, as the ETB unit has self-cleaning function. If the ETB unit is damaged or the transfer belt is scratched, this may cause misfeeds and a deterioration in print quality.
  • Page 59 Grasp the right and left handles of the cartridge for the color to be replaced, and pull it straight out. The toner cartridge weighs approximately 2.3 kg. Remove the cartridge by holding it securely with both hands. Take care not to touch the transfer belt of the ETB unit.
  • Page 60 IMPORTANT • Store the cartridge in its package until you are ready to install the cartridge in the printer. • Save the protective bag. You may need it later when removing the toner cartridge for maintenance of the printer.
  • Page 61 Place the cartridge on a flat surface and remove the packing materials (2 pieces). Put your fingers in the tabs and pull them straight out toward you. IMPORTANT • Do not touch the drum protective shutter of the toner cartridge when you remove the packing materials.
  • Page 62 • Save the protective cover. You may need it later when removing the toner cartridge for maintenance of the printer. Hold the toner cartridge as illustrated below and gently rock it 5 or 6 times to evenly distribute the toner.
  • Page 63 Place the cartridge on a sturdy surface, then gently pull the sealing tape (70 cm long) straight out of the cartridge while holding the cartridge. Put your finger in the tab of the sealing tape and pull it straight out. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 64 Grasp the right and left handles of the cartridge and insert it into the printer. Insert the toner cartridge into the slot with the same color labels attached 1. Then push it into the printer securely 2. Remove the paper. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 65 Close the ETB unit. Use both hands to close the ETB unit securely, until it clicks. IMPORTANT • Be sure to close the ETB unit by using the right and left grips with green labels attached. • Do not leave the ETB unit open for a long time after installing a toner cartridge. Close the lower cover Be sure to close the upper cover slowly by holding the right and left sides with both hands.
  • Page 66: 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 67 ジョブキャンセル Press [ 03 ジョブ キャンセル 00 ジョブ セントロニクス 00 イン サツ カノウ The message being processed is canceled. When processing takes time, such as when receiving data, the message on the display changes to When the message display, job cancel is complete. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 68: Checking Operations

    Checking Operations This printer is equipped with a status print function that allows you to check the menu settings and a font list function (LBP-2810 only) that allows you to print a list of the fonts installed in the printer as well as a sample list.
  • Page 69 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 70: 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 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.
  • Page 71 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 72: 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 appears on the bottom of the display when you are required to take some sort of action, even though there is no problem with the print job.
  • Page 73 Message 14 X カートリッジ ナシ (X is Y , M, C, or K.) 16 X トナー チェック (X is Y , M, C, or K.) <Warning message> 16 X トナー コウカン (X is Y , M, C, or K.) <Error skip> 17 カセット n ヨウシ ナシ  (n is the cassette number.) <Warning message>...
  • Page 74 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 printed.
  • Page 75 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. Cause: It is possible that there is a problem with the installed cartridge.
  • Page 76 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 the paper source in which a different size of paper is loaded has been selected.

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