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Basic Operation Guide

Please read this guide before operating this product.
After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Before Using the Machine
Before Using the Machine
Documents and Print Media
Documents and Print Media
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Copying
Copying
Fax
Fax
Printing
Printing
Scanning
Scanning
Network
Network
Settings from a PC
Settings from a PC
Maintenance
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Machine Settings
Machine Settings
Appendix
Appendix

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Table of Contents

   Summary of Contents for Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn

  • Page 1: Basic Operation Guide

    Basic Operation Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference. Before Using the Machine Before Using the Machine Documents and Print Media Documents and Print Media Registering Destinations in the Address Book Registering Destinations in the Address Book Copying...
  • Page 2: Manuals For The Machine

    Considerable effort has been made to make sure that the manuals for the machine are free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon. ● The machine illustration in this manual may differ slightly from your machine.
  • Page 3 Overview of the Machine Functions Overview of the Machine Functions Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some functions may not be available. Copying You can use various copy functions. Basic Operation Guide Copying (see on p. 4-1) e-Manual Copy Printing You can use various print functions...
  • Page 4 Scanning You can retrieve documents scanned with this machine to your computer. Basic Operation Guide Scanning (see on p. 7-1) e-Manual Scan Remote User Interface (MF4380dn/MF4370dn Only) You can set and manage this machine easily and quickly from a computer. Basic Operation Guide Settings from a PC (see on p.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Manuals for the Machine ...i Preface ... viii Available Features ... viii How to Use This Guide ... ix Symbols Used in This Manual ... ix Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual ... ix Abbreviations Used in This Manual ... ix Illustrations Used in This Manual ...x Safety Precautions ...
  • Page 6 3 Registering Destinations in the Address Book...3-1 About the Address Book ...3-2 Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys ...3-3 Registering One-Touch Keys ... 3-3 Editing One-Touch Keys ... 3-3 Erasing One-Touch Keys ... 3-4 Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes ...3-6 Registering Coded Dial Codes ... 3-6 Editing Coded Dial Codes ...
  • Page 7 Contents Checking the Dial Line before Sending .. 5-28 Changing Standard Mode ... 5-29 Send Start Speed ... 5-30 Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper ... 5-31 Reducing a Received Document ... 5-32 Printing Footer Information on a Received Document ...
  • Page 8 Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a New One ... 10-12 Recycling Used Cartridges ... 10-17 The Clean Earth Campaign - The Canon Cartridge Return Program ... 10-17 U.S.A. PROGRAM ... 10-18 Canadian Program – Programme au Canada ... 10-21 Transporting the Machine ... 10-23 For MF4380dn/MF4370dn ...
  • Page 9: Preface

    Preface Preface Preface Thank you for choosing a Canon product. Before using the machine, please read the following instructions for your safety. Available Features Available Features The procedures described in this manual are based on the imageCLASS MF4370dn. Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some features described in the manuals may not be functional.
  • Page 10: How To Use This Guide

    How to Use This Guide How to Use This Guide How to Use This Guide Symbols Used in This Manual Symbols Used in This Manual The following symbols are used in this manual to explain procedures, restrictions, handling precautions, and instructions that should be observed for safety.
  • Page 11: Illustrations Used In This Manual

    How to Use This Guide Illustrations Used in This Manual Illustrations Used in This Manual Illustrations used in this manual are the model MF4370dn. When there is any difference among MF4380dn, MF4370dn and MF4350d, it is clearly indicated in the text, e.g., “For MF4370dn. ” For information on the standard features for each model, see “Available Features, ”...
  • Page 12: Safety Precautions

    Toner cartridge for this machine will be available for at least seven (7) years (or any such longer period as required by applicable laws) after production of this machine model has been discontinued. – Unplug the machine from the wall outlet and contact your local authorized Canon dealer in any of the following cases: •...
  • Page 13: Location

    Safety Precautions – Do not place your hands, hair, clothing, etc., near the exit and feed rollers. Even if the machine is not in operation, your hands, hair, or clothing may get caught in the rollers, which may result in personal injury or damage if the machine suddenly starts printing.
  • Page 14 Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet. Keep the area free so you can reach the outlet quickly. If you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors, noises) around the machine, unplug the power cord immediately. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. –...
  • Page 15: Power Supply

    Chapter 11. If you cannot solve the problem or if you think your machine needs servicing, contact Canon Customer Care Center at 1- 800-OK-CANON between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST Monday through Friday. On-line support for 24 hours is also available at the website.
  • Page 16: Legal Notices

    1 established by the IPv6 Forum. Trademarks Trademarks Canon, the Canon logo, imageCLASS, and NetSpot are trademarks of Canon Inc. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, and Windows Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
  • Page 17: Copyright

    Canon Inc. This product contains software made available to Canon Inc. or its licenser(s) under the terms (a) through (c) listed below.
  • Page 18: Third Party Software

    Canon’s licenser to you for any intellectual property of LICENSORS. (3) You may use the SOFTWARE solely for use with the Canon product you purchased (the “PRODUCT”). (4) You may not assign, sublicense, market, distribute, or transfer the SOFTWARE to any third party without prior written consent of Canon and LICENSORS.
  • Page 19: The Software Subjected To The Other Conditions

    Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 20: Fcc (federal Communications Commission)

    If your equipment malfunctions, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer from whom you purchased the equipment (if under warranty), or with whom you have a servicing contact. If you are not sure who to contact, and have both purchased and are using the equipment in the U.S.A., please refer to the...
  • Page 21: Users In The U.s.a

    IDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your facsimile unit. Key telephone systems are not recommended because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a facsimile error.
  • Page 22 Manual, disconnect the equipment from the telephone line cable and disconnect the power cord. The telephone line cable should not be reconnected or the main power switch turned ON until the problem is completely resolved. Users should contact their local authorized Canon Facsimile Service Dealer for the servicing of equipment.
  • Page 23: Users In Canada

    IDDD (International Direct Distance Dial) line if you communicate overseas Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, i.e., 2,500 (touch-tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX (Private Branch eXchange) unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your facsimile unit. Key telephone systems are not recommended because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a facsimile error.
  • Page 24 Notice – This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications. – The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the Maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five.
  • Page 25: Utilisation Au Canada

    Ligne automatique internationale (si vous communiquez avec les pays étrangers) Canon vous conseille d’utiliser une ligne individuelle conforme aux normes industrielles, à savoir: ligne téléphonique 2,500 (pour appareil à clavier) ou 500 (pour appareil à cadran/impulsions). Il est également possible de raccorder ce télécopieur à...
  • Page 26 Remarques – Le présent matériel est conforme aux spécifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada. – Avant d’installer cet appareil, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il est permis de le connecter à l’équipement de la compagnie de télécommunication locale et doit installer cet appareil en utilisant une méthode de connexion autorisée.
  • Page 27: Laser Safety

    Laser Safety Laser Safety Laser Safety This machine complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the machine does not produce hazardous radiation.
  • Page 28: Before Using The Machine

    Before Using the Machine This chapter describes what you should know before using this machine, such as the names of the parts and their functions, and basic settings to use various functions. Machine Components ...1-2 External View (Front) ...1-2 External View (Back) ...1-4 Operation Panel ...1-7 Main Operation Panel ...1-7 Fax Operation Panel ...1-9...
  • Page 29: Machine Components

    Machine Components Machine Components Machine Components This section describes the parts names of the machine and their functions. External View (Front) External View (Front) ● MF4380dn ● MF4370dn...
  • Page 30 ● MF4350d ①ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) Holds documents and feeds them automatically into the scanning area. ②Slide guides Adjust to the width of the document. ③Document feeder tray Holds documents. ④Document delivery tray Receives documents. ⑤Operation panel Controls the machine. ⑥Output tray Receives copies, prints and faxes.
  • Page 31: External View (back)

    Machine Components External View (Back) External View (Back) ● MF4380dn...
  • Page 32 Machine Components ● MF4370dn...
  • Page 33 Machine Components ● MF4350d ①Ethernet port (MF4380dn/MF4370dn Only) Connect the network cable. ②USB port Connect the USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable. ③Rear cover Open this cover when clearing paper jams. ④Power socket Connect the power cord. ⑤Telephone line jack Connect the telephone cable. ⑥External device jack Connect an external device.
  • Page 34: Operation Panel

    Operation Panel Operation Panel Operation Panel This section describes the names and functions of the operation panel keys, and describes all the parts on the operation panel. Main Operation Panel Main Operation Panel...
  • Page 35 Operation Panel ① [Paper Settings] key Press to specify the paper size and type for the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray. ② [Job Cancel/Status Monitor] key Press to check and cancel jobs being processed or waiting to be processed. ③ [COPY] key Press to switch to the Copy mode.
  • Page 36: Fax Operation Panel

    Fax Operation Panel Fax Operation Panel ① [Hook] key Press when you want to dial without lifting up the handset of the external telephone. ② [Redial/Pause] key Press to redial the last dialed number when fax is standing by, or press to insert a pause when entering a fax number.
  • Page 37: Display (standby Mode)

    Display (Standby Mode) Display (Standby Mode) Display (Standby Mode) Copy Mode Copy Mode This section describes the copy standby mode. Be sure to press [COPY] to switch to the following display whenever using copy functions: 1 0 0 % L T R T E X T / P H O T O ①Zoom ratio ②Paper size...
  • Page 38: Toner Cartridge

    Toner Cartridge Toner Cartridge The average print yield of the Canon genuine starter toner cartridge which comes with the machine is 1,000 pages, the Canon genuine replacement toner cartridge is 2,000 pages. The page counts are on the basis of “ISO/ IEC 19752”* when printing A4 size paper with the default print density setting.
  • Page 39: Maintaining The Toner Cartridge

    1-12 – Be careful of counterfeit toner cartridges Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner cartridge may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner cartridge.
  • Page 40 ■ Toner low T O N E R G A U G E ■ Toner near empty T O N E R G A U G E ■ Toner empty T O N E R G A U G E Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the standby mode.
  • Page 41: Entering Characters

    Entering Characters For displays that require alphanumeric entries, follow the procedure below to enter characters. Example: Enter <Canon>. For details on entering characters, see “Information About the Keys,” in the Starter Guide or “Setting Up the Machine,” in the e-Manual. Press repeatedly until an uppercase <C>...
  • Page 42: Telephone Line Settings

    Telephone Line Settings Telephone Line Settings Telephone Line Settings Set the type of telephone line that is connected to the machine. If this setting is incorrect, you will be unable to communicate with other machines. Make sure to check the type of telephone line that you are using, and make the correct setting. The default setting is <TOUCH TONE>...
  • Page 43: Timer Settings

    Timer Settings Timer Settings Timer Settings The timer settings enables you to set the Sleep Mode and the Daylight Saving Time. Setting the Sleep Mode Setting the Sleep Mode If the machine remains idle for a certain period of time, it automatically enters the Sleep mode. The default settings are as follows: –...
  • Page 44: Setting The Daylight Saving Time

    Setting the Daylight Saving Time Setting the Daylight Saving Time In some countries or areas, time is advanced throughout the summer season. This is called “Daylight Saving Time. ” This section describes how to set the Daylight Saving Time. The default setting is <OFF>. Press [Menu].
  • Page 45 Timer Settings Press [ ] or [ ] to select <MONTH>, 13 13 then press [OK]. E N D D A T E / T I M E M O N T H Press [ ] or [ ] to select the month, 14 14 then press [OK].
  • Page 46: Documents And Print Media

    Documents and Print Media This chapter describes the types of paper and documents that can be used with the machine and how to load paper in the paper cassette and the multi-purpose tray. Documents Requirements ...2-2 Scanning Area ...2-3 Placing Documents ...2-4 On the Platen Glass ...2-4 In the ADF ...2-5 Paper Requirements ...2-6...
  • Page 47: Documents Requirements

    Documents Requirements Documents Requirements Documents Requirements Type – Plain paper – Thick documents – Photographs – Small documents (e.g., index cards) – Special types of paper (e.g., tracing paper* , transparencies* – Books (Height: Maximum 1" (24 mm)) Size (W × L) Maximum 8 1/2"...
  • Page 48: Scanning Area

    Scanning Area Scanning Area Scanning Area Make sure your document's text and graphics fall within the shaded area in the following diagram. Note that the margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight variations in actual use.
  • Page 49: Placing Documents

    Placing Documents Placing Documents Placing Documents This section describes how to place your documents on the platen glass and in the ADF. On the Platen Glass On the Platen Glass Lift up the ADF. Place a document face down. Align the document with the appropriate paper size marks.
  • Page 50: In The Adf

    Gently lower the ADF. The document is ready for scanning. – When closing the ADF, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. – Do not press down the ADF forcefully, as this may damage the platen glass and cause personal injury.
  • Page 51: Paper Requirements

    ● Store paper at 64.4°F–75.2°F (18°C–24°C), 40%–60% relative humidity. ● Use only the transparencies designed for laser printers. Canon recommends you to use Canon type transparencies with this machine. Paper cassette Maximum 1 sheet...
  • Page 52: Printable Area

    Printable Area Printable Area Printable Area The shaded area indicates the approximate printable area of LTR paper. Note that the margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight variations in actual use.
  • Page 53: Loading Paper

    Loading Paper Loading Paper Loading Paper This section describes how to load paper in the paper cassette and the multi-purpose tray. The default paper size/type is set to <LTR> and <PLAIN PAPER> in the setting menu. When you load other size and/or type of paper, change the paper size/type setting by pressing In the Paper Cassette In the Paper Cassette...
  • Page 54 Fan the paper stack and even the edges. Load the paper into the paper cassette with the print side up. Make sure the paper stack sits below the small fin (A) on the side paper guide. Adjust the paper guide rail to match the size of paper.
  • Page 55 Loading Paper ● For MF4350d Open the paper feeding tray. Take out the dust cover from inside the machine. Slide out the paper guide rail (A). 2-10 Slide the side paper guides (A) to match the size of paper. If the paper guides do not fit the size of the paper, the printout may be skewed.
  • Page 56: In The Multi-purpose Tray

    Load the paper into the paper feeding tray with the print side up. Make sure the paper stack sits below the hook (A) on the side paper guide. Adjust the paper guide rail to match the size of paper. Aligning the protrusions (A) on the both sides of the dust cover to the guides (B) inside the machine, set the dust cover.
  • Page 57 Loading Paper When setting paper, gently insert the paper into the multi-purpose tray with the print side up. When setting an envelope, gently insert the envelope into the multi-purpose tray with the print side up and the right edge (i.e., closer to the stamp) first.
  • Page 58 When setting paper, gently insert the paper into the multi-purpose tray with the print side up. When setting an envelope, gently insert the envelope into the multi-purpose tray with the print side up and the right edge (i.e., closer to the stamp) first.
  • Page 59: Setting Paper Size And Type

    Setting Paper Size and Type Setting Paper Size and Type Setting Paper Size and Type This section describes how to specify the paper size and type you are loading in the paper cassette and the multi-purpose tray. Whenever you change the paper size and type in the cassette and the tray, follow the procedure in this section to adjust the paper size and type settings for the cassette and the tray.
  • Page 60: For The Multi-purpose Tray

    For the Multi-Purpose Tray For the Multi-Purpose Tray Press [Paper Settings] repeatedly to select <MP TRAY>, then press [OK]. T R A Y Press [ ] or [ ] to select the paper size, then press [OK]. P A P E R S I Z E You can select from the following paper sizes: <LTR>, <LGL>, <A4>, <B5>, <A5>,...
  • Page 61 2-16...
  • Page 62: Registering Destinations In The Address Book

    Registering Destinations in the Address Book This chapter describes how to register destinations in the Address Book, and how to edit and erase registered information. About the Address Book ...3-2 Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys ...3-3 Registering One-Touch Keys ...3-3 Editing One-Touch Keys ...3-3 Erasing One-Touch Keys ...3-4 Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes ...3-6 Registering Coded Dial Codes ...3-6...
  • Page 63: About The Address Book

    About the Address Book About the Address Book About the Address Book The Address Book is a feature used for storing fax numbers. The Address Book is divided into one-touch keys and coded dial codes. You can store up to 8 destinations in one-touch keys, and 100 destinations in coded dial codes, for a total of 108 destinations in the whole Address Book.
  • Page 64: Storing/editing One-touch Keys

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys This section describes how to register destinations for one-touch keys and to edit the registered one-touch keys. Registering One-Touch Keys Registering One-Touch Keys Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <ADDRESS BOOK SET.>, then press [OK].
  • Page 65: Erasing One-touch Keys

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Keys Press [ ] or [ ] to select the one- touch key (01 to 08) you want to edit, then press [OK]. 1 - T O U C H S P D [ 0 1 ] C a n o n You can also select a one-touch key by pressing the corresponding one-touch key.
  • Page 66 Press and hold [Clear] to erase the fax number, then press [OK]. T E L N U M B E R E N T R Y If you erase the fax number, the registered name is cleared automatically. Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the standby mode.
  • Page 67: Storing/editing Coded Dial Codes

    Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes Storing/Editing Coded Dial Codes This section describes how to register destinations for coded dial codes and to edit the registered coded dial codes. Registering Coded Dial Codes Registering Coded Dial Codes Press [Menu].
  • Page 68: Erasing Coded Dial Codes

    Press [ ] or [ ] to select the coded dial code (00 to 99) you want to edit, then press [OK]. C O D E D D I A L [ * 0 0 ] C a n o n You can also select a coded dial code by pressing [Coded Dial] followed by the...
  • Page 69 Press and hold [Clear] to erase the fax number, then press [OK]. T E L N U M B E R If you erase the fax number, the registered name is cleared automatically. Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the standby mode. E N T R Y...
  • Page 70: Storing/editing Recipients For Group Dialing

    Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing This section describes how to register destinations for group addresses and to edit the registered group addresses. Registering Group Addresses Registering Group Addresses The recipients must be registered in one-touch keys or coded dial codes beforehand.
  • Page 71: Adding New Destination To Group

    Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing Adding New Destination to Group Adding New Destination to Group Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <ADDRESS BOOK SET.>, then press [OK]. M E N U A D D R E S S Press [ ] or [ ] to select <GROUP...
  • Page 72: Changing Group Name

    Press [OK]. N O . 0 0 2 = 1 2 3 X X X X X X [ 0 2 ] C a n o n Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the standby mode. Changing Group Name Changing Group Name Press [Menu].
  • Page 73 Storing/Editing Recipients for Group Dialing Press [OK]. N A M E C a n o n G r o u p Press [Clear] repeatedly until all recipients are deleted, then press [OK]. N O . 0 0 1 = When you delete all destinations, the registered name is cleared automatically.
  • Page 74: Copying

    Copying This chapter describes the copying features. Overview of Copy Functions ...4-2 Basic Copying Method ...4-4 Canceling Copy Jobs ...4-5 Selecting Image Quality ...4-6 Adjusting Density ...4-8 Adjusting Automatically ...4-8 Adjusting Manually ...4-9 Enlarge/Reduce Images ...4-10 Preset Zoom... 4-10 Custom Copy Ratio... 4-11 Collating Copies ...4-13 Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) ...4-15 2 on 1 Combination ...
  • Page 75: Overview Of Copy Functions

    Overview of Copy Functions Overview of Copy Functions Overview of Copy Functions In addition to enlarging/reducing copies, you can make 2-sided copies or use the 2 on 1 mode, which reduces 2 page documents to fit on one sheet of paper. (p.
  • Page 76 Overview of Copy Functions (p. 4-10) (p. 4-18) (p. 4-15)
  • Page 77: Basic Copying Method

    Basic Copying Method Basic Copying Method Basic Copying Method This section describes the basic procedure for copying. Place documents on the platen glass or load them in the ADF. – For details, see “Placing Documents, ” on p. 2-4. – Close the ADF/platen glass cover after placing your documents.
  • Page 78: Canceling Copy Jobs

    Canceling Copy Jobs Canceling Copy Jobs Canceling Copy Jobs You can cancel scanning or ongoing jobs. If you cancel a copy job during scanning, make sure to remove the document. Press [Stop/Reset]. When the <CANCEL COPYING?> message appears, press [ ] to select <YES>.
  • Page 79: Selecting Image Quality

    Selecting Image Quality Selecting Image Quality Selecting Image Quality You can adjust the image quality of copies according to the types of documents. A correct selection is necessary for the optimal reproduction of the colors of the document. These settings return to the default values if the machine remains idle for a certain period of time or if you press [Stop/Reset].
  • Page 80 – [numeric keys] to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). 1 0 0 % L T R T E X T / P H O T O Press [Start]. If you want to copy multiple documents using the platen glass, place a document and press [Start] once for each page.
  • Page 81: Adjusting Density

    Adjusting Density Adjusting Density Adjusting Density You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document either automatically or manually. The default setting is <MANUAL> (5). Adjusting Automatically Adjusting Automatically You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document automatically.
  • Page 82: Adjusting Manually

    Adjusting Manually Adjusting Manually You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document manually. Place documents. For details, see “Placing Documents, ” on p. 2-4. Press [COPY]. Press [Density] to select the manual mode. Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the copy density, then press [OK].
  • Page 83: Enlarge/reduce Images

    Enlarge/Reduce Images Enlarge/Reduce Images Enlarge/Reduce Images You can convert a standard-sized document to a different standard-sized copy (preset zoom), or you can enlarge or reduce images in 1% increments (custom copy ratio). The default setting is <100%>. Preset Zoom Preset Zoom You can enlarge or reduce standard size documents to another standard paper size.
  • Page 84: Custom Copy Ratio

    Press [ ] or [ ] to select the copy ratio, then press [OK]. P R E S E T R A T I O 7 8 % L G L – <200% MAX.> – <129% STMT → LTR> – <100%>...
  • Page 85 Enlarge/Reduce Images – [numeric keys] to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). 9 5 % T E X T / P H O T O Press [Start]. If you want to copy multiple documents using the platen glass, place a document and press [Start] once for each page.
  • Page 86: Collating Copies

    Collating Copies Collating Copies Collating Copies You can sort copies into sets arranged in page order. This function is useful when making handouts for meetings. This feature can be used together with both “2-Sided Copying,” (see p. 4-18) and “Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1),” (see p. 4-15). The default setting is <OFF>.
  • Page 87 Collating Copies Press [Collate/2 on 1]. C O L L A T E / 2 – If you want to use <COLLATE> and “2 on 1 Combination” (see p. 4-15) at the same time, select <COLLATE+2 ON 1>, then press [OK]. –...
  • Page 88: Multiple Documents Onto One Sheet (2 On 1)

    Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) This mode enables you to reduce two-page documents to fit on one sheet of paper (1-sided/ 2-sided).
  • Page 89: Copying Id Card

    Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1) Press [COPY]. Press [Collate/2 on 1] repeatedly to select <2 ON 1>, then press [OK]. C O L L A T E / 2 – If you want to use <2 ON 1> and “Collating Copies”...
  • Page 90 – [numeric keys] to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). 1 0 0 % T E X T / P H O T O Press [start]. Turn and place the card. – Place the card as indicated below. –...
  • Page 91: 2-sided Copying

    2-Sided Copying 2-Sided Copying 2-Sided Copying This mode enables you to make 2-sided copies from 1-sided documents. This enables you to cut print costs in half when copying in large quantities. This feature can be used together with both “Collating Copies” (see p. 4-13) and “2 on 1 Combination”...
  • Page 92: To 2-sided Copying

    1 to 2-Sided Copying 1 to 2-Sided Copying You can make 2-sided copies from 1-sided documents. Place documents. For details, see “Placing Documents, ” on p. 2-4. Press [COPY]. Press [2-Sided] to select <1 >2-SIDED>, then press [OK]. 2 - S I D E D >...
  • Page 93: To 2-sided Copying (mf4380dn Only)

    2-Sided Copying Press [Start]. If you want to copy multiple documents using the platen glass, place a document and press [Start] once for each page. When scanning is complete, press [OK]. – To cancel all settings, press – When you switch the mode by pressing the mode keys such as be canceled.
  • Page 94: To 1-sided Copying (mf4380dn Only)

    Press [Start]. – To cancel all settings, press – When you switch the mode by pressing the mode keys such as [FAX], all settings will be canceled. If you want to keep the settings, store the settings as follows: [Menu] → <COPY SETTINGS> → <STANDARD SETTINGS>...
  • Page 95: Selecting Paper Size Group

    Selecting Paper Size Group Selecting Paper Size Group Selecting Paper Size Group This section describes how to select the paper size group. The default setting is <INCHES>. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <COPY SETTINGS>, then press [OK]. M E N U C O P Y S E T T I N G S...
  • Page 96: Changing Standard Mode

    Changing Standard Mode Changing Standard Mode Changing Standard Mode The Standard mode is the combination of copy modes that the machine automatically applies when the power is turned ON, or when the Standard mode to suit your needs. The default settings are the followings: –...
  • Page 97: Printing A Sample Page

    Printing a Sample Page Printing a Sample Page Printing a Sample Page This machine enables you to print a sample page. You can use this function to test how the printouts will look with current settings. – The paper size must be LTR. –...
  • Page 98: Viewing Copy Settings

    Viewing Copy Settings Viewing Copy Settings Viewing Copy Settings You can check the current copy settings for <COLLATE>, <2-SIDED>, <2 ON 1>, and <ID CARD COPY>. Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor] repeatedly to select <VIEW SETTINGS>, then press [OK]. V I E W S E T T I N G S The current settings for <COLLATE>, <2-SIDED>, <2 ON 1>, and <ID CARD COPY>...
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  • Page 100: Fax

    This chapter describes how to use fax functions. Overview of Fax Functions ...5-2 Introduction to Using Fax Functions ...5-4 Methods for Receiving Faxes ...5-4 Selecting the Receive Mode ... 5-10 Setting the Current Date and Time ... 5-11 Setting the Type of Telephone Line ... 5-11 Registering the Machine’s Name...
  • Page 101: Overview Of Fax Functions

    Overview of Fax Functions Overview of Fax Functions Overview of Fax Functions In addition to the Super G3 fax function, you can send faxes from your computer. You can also forward received fax documents to specified destinations. (p. 5-13) (p. 5-16) (p.
  • Page 102 Overview of Fax Functions (p. 5-18) (p. 5-41) (p. 5-36)
  • Page 103: Introduction To Using Fax Functions

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Introduction to Using Fax Functions Introduction to Using Fax Functions This section describes the settings you need to make before using fax functions. Make sure to set the following items first: ● Your fax number Register your machine’s fax number.
  • Page 104 ● FaxOnly In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically. Select this mode if you use the machine for fax operations only, and not for voice communications using an external telephone. ● Before using this mode Simply set the receive mode to <FaxOnly>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode, ” on p. 5-10.) ●...
  • Page 105 Introduction to Using Fax Functions ● FAX/TEL In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and rings for telephone calls. ● Before using this mode Make sure to do the following: – Connect your external telephone to the machine. (See “Make Fax Settings, ” in the Starter Guide.) –...
  • Page 106 ● AnsMode In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and your answering machine records a message for telephone calls. ● Before using this mode Make sure to do the following: – Connect your external telephone with built-in answering machine to the machine. (See “Make Fax Settings, ” in the Starter Guide.) –...
  • Page 107 Introduction to Using Fax Functions ● MANUAL In this mode, you can monitor all incoming calls by picking up the handset each time your telephone rings. This mode is a suitable option if you expect to use the machine mainly as a telephone, and only occasionally receive fax documents.
  • Page 108 ● DRPD DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection) service assigns two or more telephone numbers with distinctive ring patterns to a single telephone line, allowing you to have both a fax number(s) and a telephone number(s) using only one telephone line. Your fax will automatically monitor incoming calls and based on the ring pattern, will let you know if the call is a fax or voice call.
  • Page 109: Selecting The Receive Mode

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Selecting the Receive Mode Selecting the Receive Mode You can set the fax receive mode to suit your needs. The default setting is <FaxOnly>. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <FAX SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
  • Page 110: Setting The Current Date And Time

    Press [Stop/Reset] to return to the standby mode. If you cannot make telephone calls using an external telephone when the receive mode is set to <FAX/TEL>, make the settings described below. [MENU] → <FAX SETTINGS> → <USER SETTINGS> → set <PUBLIC LINE> to <ADAPTER 1>. If the problem persists, set <PUBLIC LINE>...
  • Page 111: Registering The Machine's Name

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Registering the Machine’s Name Registering the Machine’s Name Your name or company’s name must be registered as the machine’s name. When you send a document, the name that you registered is printed as the sender’s name on the recipient’s paper.
  • Page 112: Sending Fax Documents

    Sending Fax Documents Sending Fax Documents Sending Fax Documents This section describes the settings and procedures for sending fax documents. Basic Methods for Sending Faxes Basic Methods for Sending Faxes This section describes the flow of sending faxes. Place documents. Press [FAX].
  • Page 113: Switching Temporarily To Tone Dialing

    Sending Fax Documents Place documents in the ADF. Press [FAX]. Adjust any necessary settings for your documents. For details, see “Adjusting Density, ” on p. 5-23, “Selecting Image Quality, ” on p. 5-24, and “2-Sided Document (MF4380dn Only), ” on p. 5- Press [Hook] or pick up the handset of your external telephone.
  • Page 114: Dialing An Overseas Number (with Pauses)

    Enter the numbers requested by the information service using keys]. = 0 3 1 X X X X X T 7 8 9 # If you want to receive faxes, press [Start]. If you are using the external telephone, hang up the handset after pressing Dialing an Overseas Number (With Dialing an Overseas Number (With...
  • Page 115: Basic Methods For Sending Pc Faxes

    Sending Fax Documents Basic Methods for Sending PC Basic Methods for Sending PC Faxes Faxes This section describes the flow of sending PC faxes. Make sure that the fax driver is installed. For details on the fax driver settings, see “Fax, ” in the e-Manual.
  • Page 116: Canceling Sending Fax Documents

    Canceling Sending Fax Documents Canceling Sending Fax Documents Canceling Sending Fax Documents Follow this procedure to cancel a transmission in progress. You can also cancel a transmission from the Status Monitor screen. (See “Checking/Deleting Fax Transmission Documents, ” on p. 5- 45.) Press [Stop/Reset] during transmission.
  • Page 117: Specifying Destinations

    Specifying Destinations Specifying Destinations Specifying Destinations This section describes how to specify a fax destination. You can select a destination stored in a one-touch key or coded dial codes, or specify a new destination. Specifying a New Fax Number Specifying a New Fax Number You can specify a new fax number using [numeric keys] and [Tone].
  • Page 118: Using The One-touch Keys

    Using the One-Touch Keys Using the One-Touch Keys You can specify up to eight destinations using one- touch Keys. To use this feature, you need to first register destinations in one- touch Keys. (See “Registering One-Touch Keys, ” on p. 3-3.) Place documents.
  • Page 119: Using The Group Addresses

    Specifying Destinations Enter the desired two-digit code (00 to 99) with – [numeric keys]. = 0 3 1 X X X X X X [ 0 2 ] s a l e s If you entered a wrong code, press Reset], then try again from step 3.
  • Page 120: Sending Documents To More Than One Location (broadcasting)

    Press [FAX]. Adjust any necessary scan settings for your documents. For details, see “Adjusting Density, ” on p. 5-23, “Selecting Image Quality, ” on p. 5-24, and “2-Sided Document (MF4380dn Only), ” on p. 5- Press [Address Book] repeatedly to select <NAME SEARCH> or <ADD/TEL SEARCH>, then press [OK].
  • Page 121 Specifying Destinations Place documents. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <BROADCAST>, then press [OK]. M E N U B R O A D C A S T Specify the destination. N O . 0 0 1 = –...
  • Page 122: Adjusting Density

    Adjusting Density Adjusting Density Adjusting Density You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the document you send. Place documents. Press [FAX]. Press [Density]. Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the density, then press [OK]. D E N S I T Y - L T –...
  • Page 123: Selecting Image Quality

    Selecting Image Quality Selecting Image Quality Selecting Image Quality You can adjust the image quality of the document you send. The higher image quality you set, the better the output will be, but the longer the transmission will take. The default setting is <STANDARD>. Place documents.
  • Page 124: 2-sided Document (mf4380dn Only)

    2-Sided Document (MF4380dn Only) 2-Sided Document (MF4380dn Only) 2-Sided Document (MF4380dn Only) You can set the machine to automatically turn over 2-sided documents that are placed in the ADF, and scan each side separately. Place documents in the ADF. Press [FAX].
  • Page 125: Redialing When The Line Is Busy

    Redialing When the Line Is Busy Redialing When the Line Is Busy Redialing When the Line Is Busy If the recipient’s line is busy or if there is no answer, you can redial the same fax number manually or set the machine to redial automatically. Redialing Manually Redialing Manually Place documents.
  • Page 126 Press [ ] or [ ] to select <AUTO REDIAL>, then press [OK]. S E T T I N G S A U T O R E D I A L Press [ ] or [ ] to select <ON>, then press [OK].
  • Page 127: Checking The Dial Line Before Sending

    If you are sending a fax document from your machine at the same time another fax machine (made by a company other than Canon) is trying to send you a fax, your fax document may end up being redirected to that fax machine, instead of the original destination you had intended.
  • Page 128: Changing Standard Mode

    Changing Standard Mode Changing Standard Mode Changing Standard Mode This mode enables you to specify the standard scan settings for density and image quality. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <FAX SETTINGS>, then press [OK]. M E N U F A X S E T T I N G S Press [...
  • Page 129: Send Start Speed

    Send Start Speed Send Start Speed Send Start Speed This function enables you to change the send start speeds, which is useful when there is difficulty initiating the sending of a document. The default setting is <33600bps>. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <SYSTEM SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
  • Page 130: Printing Received Documents On Both Sides Of Paper

    Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper Printing Received Documents on Both Sides Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper of Paper You can print received documents on both sides of the paper you select. This enables you to save paper.
  • Page 131: Reducing A Received Document

    Reducing a Received Document Reducing a Received Document Reducing a Received Document You can set the machine to automatically reduce received documents so that the whole document is printed within the printable area of the paper. The default setting is <ON>. Press [Menu].
  • Page 132: Printing Footer Information On A Received Document

    Printing Footer Information on a Received Document Printing Footer Information on a Received Printing Footer Information on a Received Document Document You can set whether to insert the machine’s fax number and the sender information on received faxes. The default setting is <OFF>. Press [Menu].
  • Page 133: Specifying The Way Of Printing When Toner Runs Out

    Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Runs Out Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Runs Out Runs Out This function enables you to continue printing received fax documents or reports when the toner has run out.
  • Page 134: Setting The Incoming Ring

    Setting the Incoming Ring Setting the Incoming Ring Setting the Incoming Ring This function enables you to activate the ring alert of the external telephone if <RX MODE> is set to <FaxOnly>. Selecting <ON> enables you to distinguish between the fax reception and answer voice calls when you pick up the external telephone while it is ringing.
  • Page 135: Receiving Documents Manually With An External Telephone (remote Rx)

    Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote RX) Receiving Documents Manually with an Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote RX) External Telephone (Remote RX) You can connect one external telephone to the machine. When the telephone rings with the machine in the MANUAL receive mode, you can use the external telephone to start receiving the document without walking over to the machine.
  • Page 136: Receiving Documents With The Remote Reception

    Receiving Documents with the Receiving Documents with the Remote Reception Remote Reception Follow this procedure to receive fax documents using the remote reception. Before using the remote reception to receive fax documents, make sure the followings: – An external telephone is connected properly. –...
  • Page 137: Selecting The Receive Mode For Printing

    Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing Selecting the Receive Mode for Printing You can select whether the machine stores all received pages in the memory before printing them out or prints each page as it is received. The default setting is <MEMORY RX>.
  • Page 138: Rejecting Incoming Faxes From The Unidentified Senders

    Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified Senders Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified Senders Unidentified Senders This function enables you to reject incoming faxes from senders who do not transmit their fax numbers (telephone numbers) to your machine. This can be useful when you do not want to receive direct mail (DM).
  • Page 139: Receive Start Speed

    Receive Start Speed Receive Start Speed Receive Start Speed This function enables you to change the receive start speeds, which is useful when there is difficulty initiating the receiving of a document. The default setting is <33600bps>. Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <SYSTEM SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
  • Page 140: Receiving Documents In Memory Without Printing Out (memory Lock Reception)

    Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Receiving Documents in Memory without Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Normally a document prints as soon as you receive it. However, there may be occasions when you want the machine to store all documents in memory until you are ready to print them.
  • Page 141 Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) If you want to set or change a password for the Memory Lock mode, use [numeric keys] to enter the memory reception password (up to seven digits), then press [OK]. P A S S W O R D –...
  • Page 142: Printing All Documents Stored In The Memory Lock Reception Mode

    Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory Lock Reception Mode Printing All Documents Stored in the Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory Lock Reception Mode Memory Lock Reception Mode Press [Menu]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select <SYSTEM SETTINGS>, then press [OK].
  • Page 143: Forwarding Received Fax Documents In Memory

    Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Forwarding Received Fax Documents in Memory Memory You can redirect the fax documents received in memory to the specified destination. Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor] repeatedly to select <TX/RX STATUS>, then press [OK].
  • Page 144: Checking/changing The Status Of Fax Documents In Memory

    Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Documents in Memory The Status Monitor screen enables you to view and change the status of fax documents in memory.
  • Page 145: Checking/deleting Fax Reception Documents

    Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Checking/Deleting Fax Reception Checking/Deleting Fax Reception Documents Documents You can delete the received documents in memory. You can also forward received documents in memory to a desired destination. Press [Job Cancel/Status Monitor] repeatedly to select <TX/RX STATUS>...
  • Page 146: Printing

    Printing This chapter describes the basic print features. Overview of the Print Functions ...6-2 Introduction to Using Print Functions ...6-4 Printing Documents from a Computer...6-5 Scaling Documents ...6-7 Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet ...6-9 2-Sided Printing ...6-10 Checking and Canceling Print Jobs ...6-11...
  • Page 147: Overview Of The Print Functions

    Overview of the Print Functions Overview of the Print Functions Overview of the Print Functions 2-sided printouts, collated printouts and enlarged/reduced printouts are available. (p. 6-7) (p. 6-10)
  • Page 148 Overview of the Print Functions (p. 6-9)
  • Page 149: Introduction To Using Print Functions

    The Canon XPS Printer Driver supports Windows Vista only. If you select <UFRII(XPS)> with other operating systems, the machine cannot detect your computer. – You cannot install the Canon XPS Printer Driver with the installer in the TCP/IP environment. How to install the Canon XPS Printer Driver, see the Readme file. –...
  • Page 150: Printing Documents From A Computer

    Printing Documents from a Computer Printing Documents from a Computer Printing Documents from a Computer This section is the explanation of the basic procedure for printing from a computer (printer driver). Make sure that the printer driver is installed on your computer. To check if the driver is installed, see “Set Up Computers and Software”...
  • Page 151 Click [Print]. Printing begins. If you want to cancel printing, see “Checking and Canceling Print Jobs, ” on p. 6-11.
  • Page 152: Scaling Documents

    Scaling Documents Scaling Documents Scaling Documents You can enlarge or reduce documents to match the output paper size, such as reducing a document created in LTR size to print on STMT, or enlarging a document created in STMT size to print on LTR. There are two methods for scaling a document: select the output size of the document to scale it automatically, or specify the scaling value manually.
  • Page 153 Scaling Documents Select the output size of the document from [Output Size]. The document is scaled automatically according to the settings made in [Page Size] and [Output Size]. If you want to increase or decrease the magnification manually, select [Manual Scaling] →...
  • Page 154: Printing Multiple Pages On One Sheet

    Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet This mode enables you to reduce multiple pages to fit onto one sheet of paper. You can make well-organized documents by editing multiple materials onto one sheet. And you can cut down print costs by saving papers, and it is also useful for saving space.
  • Page 155: 2-sided Printing

    2-Sided Printing 2-Sided Printing 2-Sided Printing 2-sided printing enables you to make 2-sided printouts. You can cut down print costs by half when copying in large quantities. The display may differ according to the operating system or the model of the machine. Open the document you want to print from the application.
  • Page 156: Checking And Canceling Print Jobs

    Checking and Canceling Print Jobs Checking and Canceling Print Jobs Checking and Canceling Print Jobs You can check the status of print jobs and cancel a job before the printing starts. Make sure that the Processing/Data indicator is on or blinking. When the Processing/Data indicator is off, there are no jobs in the memory of the print job status.
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  • Page 158: Scanning

    Scanning This chapter describes how to use scanner functions. Overview of Scanner Functions ...7-2 Introduction to Using Scanner Functions ...7-3 For Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Cable ...7-3 For Scanning Documents from a Networked Computer (MF4380dn/MF4370dn Only) ...7-3 Basic Scanning Operations ...7-4 Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Cable ...7-4...
  • Page 159: Overview Of Scanner Functions

    Overview of Scanner Functions Overview of Scanner Functions Overview of Scanner Functions You can retrieve documents scanned with this machine to your computer connected with a USB cable. You can also scan documents over the network. * MF4350d is not supported for scanning documents over the network.
  • Page 160: Introduction To Using Scanner Functions

    Introduction to Using Scanner Functions Introduction to Using Scanner Functions Introduction to Using Scanner Functions This section describes the things that you must do before using scanner functions. Make sure to set the following items first: For Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Cable For Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Cable ●...
  • Page 161: Basic Scanning Operations

    Basic Scanning Operations Basic Scanning Operations Basic Scanning Operations This section describes the basic procedures for scanning documents. Scanning Documents to a Scanning Documents to a Computer Connected with USB Computer Connected with USB Cable Cable This section describes the basic procedure for using the operation panel of the machine to scan via USB.
  • Page 162: Canceling Scan Jobs To A Computer Connected With Usb Cable

    – Sending documents from a computer and scanning documents over the network cannot be processed at the same time. If this happens, these documents are handled differently depending on the following: • If you send PC documents when the machine is scanning documents, the machine scans documents first, then starts sending the PC documents when scanning is complete.
  • Page 164: Network (mf4380dn/mf4370dn Only)

    Network (MF4380dn/ MF4370dn Only) This chapter describes what the network is, what you can do with the network, and what you have to do to use the machine with the network. Flowchart for Setting Up Network ...8-2 What is the Network? ...8-3 Overview of Network Functions ...8-4...
  • Page 165: Flowchart For Setting Up Network

    Flowchart for Setting Up Network Flowchart for Setting Up Network Flowchart for Setting Up Network Follow the procedures in the flowchart below to set up each network function.
  • Page 166: What Is The Network

    What is the Network? What is the Network? What is the Network? In the computer field, a network is a system of interconnected computers that communicate with each other. This machine uses LAN. LAN is the abbreviation for “Local Area Network” and means a network within a limited area (in an office, for example).
  • Page 167: Overview Of Network Functions

    Overview of Network Functions Overview of Network Functions Overview of Network Functions This section describes actions you can perform using the network function.
  • Page 168: Settings From A Pc (mf4380dn/mf4370dn Only)

    Settings from a (MF4380dn/MF4370dn Only) This chapter describes how to use Remote UI functions. Overview of Remote UI ...9-2 Starting the Remote UI...9-4...
  • Page 169: Overview Of Remote Ui

    Overview of Remote UI Overview of Remote UI Overview of Remote UI The Remote UI enables you to check the machine’s status and manage the machine’s functions from a Computer on the network using a web browser. Using the computer keyboard, the management process, such as entering addresses to the address book will be easier.
  • Page 170 Overview of Remote UI By using Remote UI, you can set and confirm following functions.
  • Page 171: Starting The Remote Ui

    Starting the Remote UI Starting the Remote UI Starting the Remote UI To start the Remote UI, follow the procedure described below. Before you start the Remote UI, perform the following: – Select <VIEW IP ADDRESS> in <NETWORK SETTINGS> located in the <SYSTEM SETTINGS>, and verify the IP address of the machine.
  • Page 172 Enter the required data. The required data differ depending on the authentication mode you are using. ■ For default settings: ① Select [Administrator Mode] or [End-User Mode]. If you want to change various settings, select [Administrator Mode]. Selecting [End-User Mode], you cannot change the settings.
  • Page 173 Starting the Remote UI Operate the Machine. Now you can manage the machine on the web browser. For details, see “Settings from a PC, ” in the e- Manual.
  • Page 174: Maintenance

    When a Message Appears ... 10-9 Redistributing Toner ...10-10 Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a New One ..10-12 Recycling Used Cartridges ...10-17 The Clean Earth Campaign - The Canon Cartridge Return Program ...10-17 U.S.A. PROGRAM ...10-18 Canadian Program – Programme au Canada ...10-21 Transporting the Machine ...10-23...
  • Page 175: Cleaning The Machine

    Cleaning the Machine Cleaning the Machine Cleaning the Machine Note the following before cleaning your machine: – Make sure no documents are stored in memory, then turn OFF the main power switch and disconnect the power cord. – Use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the components. –...
  • Page 176 Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is locked. (You will hear an audible “click. ” ) Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of the toner cover. Open the toner cover. Remove the toner cartridge. – Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact”...
  • Page 177 Cleaning the Machine Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth to remove any toner or paper debris from the machine’s interior. – Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it becomes very hot during use. – Do not touch the transfer roller (B) as this can damage the machine.
  • Page 178: Fuser Roller

    Close the toner cover. 12 12 Lower the scanning platform. 13 13 – Be careful not to get your fingers caught. – If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force it to close. Open the cover and make sure the toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
  • Page 179: Scanning Area

    Cleaning the Machine ■ For MF4350d Press [ ] or [ ] to select <FIX. UNIT CLEANING>, then press [OK]. A D J U S T . / C L E A N I N G F I X . U N I T Cleaning starts.
  • Page 180 Close the ADF. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. ● ADF (For MF4380dn) If your documents have black streaks or appear dirty after copying them using the ADF, this may be caused by pencil lead rubbing off the documents and onto the roller.
  • Page 181 Cleaning the Machine ● ADF (For MF4370dn/MF4350d) If your documents have black streaks or appear dirty after copying them using the ADF, this may be caused by pencil lead rubbing off the documents and onto the roller. Clean the ADF scanning area and roller.
  • Page 182: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    Replacing the Toner Cartridge Replacing the Toner Cartridge Replacing the Toner Cartridge This section describes how to replace or handle the toner cartridges and precautions on storing them. When a Message Appears When a Message Appears Toner cartridges are consumable products. If the toner is running low or out during printing, a message appears in the display.
  • Page 183: Redistributing Toner

    Replacing the Toner Cartridge Redistributing Toner Redistributing Toner When the toner is running low, the message <TONER LOW/PREPARE NEW TONER> appears on the display, redistribute toner in the toner cartridge. We recommend that you prepare a new toner cartridge for future replacement with ease. Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact”...
  • Page 184 Gently rock the toner cartridge several times to evenly distribute toner inside. Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A). Do not open the drum protective shutter (A) on the toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
  • Page 185: Replacing The Toner Cartridge With A New One

    Replacing the Toner Cartridge Close the toner cover. 11 11 Lower the scanning platform. 12 12 – Be careful not to get your fingers caught. – If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force it to close. Open the cover and make sure the toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
  • Page 186 Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is locked. (You will hear an audible “click. ” ) Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of the toner cover. Open the toner cover. Replacing the Toner Cartridge Remove the toner cartridge. Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact”...
  • Page 187 Replacing the Toner Cartridge Take out the new toner cartridge from the protective bag. Do not open the drum protective shutter (A). Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged. Save the protective bag. You may need it later when you remove the toner cartridge from the machine.
  • Page 188 Hold the toner cartridge by its handle (A). Do not open the drum protective shutter (A) on the toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged. Always hold the toner cartridge by its handle. Replacing the Toner Cartridge Insert the toner cartridge so that the 10 10...
  • Page 189 Replacing the Toner Cartridge Close the toner cover. 13 13 Lower the scanning platform. 14 14 – Be careful not to get your fingers caught. – If you cannot close the toner cover, do not force it to close. Open the cover and make sure the toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
  • Page 190: Recycling Used Cartridges

    Encouraging Appreciation of the Outdoors “Clean Earth” initiatives supported by Canon in the U.S. include Eyes on Yellowstone, Canon Envirothon, NATURE Series on PBS and The Canon Clean Earth Crew. Initiatives supported in Canada include Canon Envirothon and World Wildlife Fund - Canada.
  • Page 191: U.s.a. Program

    Packaging ■One Box Return To receive your free eight cartridge collection box: Call 1-800-OK-CANON Visit www.usa.canon.com/cleanearth/return Place as many cartridges as possible into one box. Carefully seal the box with tape; Place an empty toner cartridge in the box that contained your new toner cartridge.
  • Page 192 ■Bundled Return Bundle multiple cartridge boxes together securely with tape. Please be sure that the shipment does not exceed UPS specifications (See Below). Maximum weight = 70 pounds Maximum length = 108 inches Maximum girth (length + 2 x width + 2 x height) = 130 inches Please Note: Do not send defective cartridges for replacement.
  • Page 193 Give the shipment to your UPS driver when you receive your next regular delivery. Call 1-800-PICK-UPS for Drop-Off options in your area. By using either of the above methods of shipment, your used cartridge(s) will be forwarded to the Canon Cartridge Collection Center at no charge to you.
  • Page 194: Canadian Program - Programme Au Canada

    Place the empty toner cartridge in the box from your new toner cartridge. Seal the box. ● Apply the Canon Canada Inc./ Canada Post label provided in this brochure. Canon’s labels are specially marked so that Canon pays the postage.
  • Page 195 We encourage you to use this option as a more efficient way to ship cartridges. ● Please tape your eight cartridges together and place them in a box. Apply the Canon Canada Inc. / Canada Post label provided in this brochure. Canon’s labels are specially ● marked so that Canon pays the postage.
  • Page 196: Transporting The Machine

    Transporting the Machine Transporting the Machine Transporting the Machine This section describes the required procedures before transporting the machine. For MF4380dn/MF4370dn For MF4380dn/MF4370dn Follow this procedure to avoid vibration damage to the machine when transporting it over a long distance. Turn OFF the main power switch.
  • Page 197 Transporting the Machine Remove the toner cartridge. – To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light, place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick cloth. – Do not open the drum protective shutter (A) on the toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
  • Page 198 Remove the dust cover from the paper 12 12 cassette. Open the front panel of the paper 13 13 cassette. Remove the paper from the paper 14 14 cassette. Transporting the Machine Remove the paper cassette by lifting up 15 15 the front-end of the paper cassette and pulling it forward.
  • Page 199: For Mf4350d

    Transporting the Machine Grip the handles on both sides of the 18 18 machine and lift it carefully, as shown in the illustration below. – Do not lift the machine by any of its attachments. Dropping the machine can cause personal injury.
  • Page 200 Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of the toner cover. Open the toner cover. Transporting the Machine Remove the toner cartridge. – To avoid exposing the toner cartridge to light, place it in its protective bag or wrap it in a thick cloth.
  • Page 201 Transporting the Machine Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of the toner cover. Close the toner cover. 10 10 Lower the scanning platform. 11 11 Be careful not to get your fingers caught. 10-28 Remove the dust cover from the paper 12 12 feeding tray.
  • Page 202 Push the paper guide rail, and then close 15 15 the paper feeding tray. Detach the Document feeder tray. 16 16 Make sure all the covers are closed. 17 17 Grip the handles on both sides of the 18 18 machine and lift it carefully, as shown in the illustration below.
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  • Page 204: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter describes how to respond to paper and document jams, as well as to error messages. Clearing Jams ...11-2 Document Jams ... 11-2 Paper Jams ... 11-5 Error Messages...11-16 Error Codes ...11-19 If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed ...11-20 Reloading the Paper ...11-20 Changing the Paper Size Setting ...11-20 If a Power Failure Occurs ...11-21...
  • Page 205: Clearing Jams

    If loose toner comes into contact with your skin or clothing, wash with cold water. Warm water will set the toner. Do not force a jammed document or paper out of the machine. Contact Canon Customer Care Center if needed.
  • Page 206 Open the inner cover, holding it by its front tab (A). Lift the release lever (A) until it clicks into place. Remove the jammed document. Do not force a jammed paper out of the machine as it may tear. Return the release lever (A) to its original position.
  • Page 207 Clearing Jams Open the ADF and then hold both sides of any jammed documents and gently pull them out. Close the ADF. 10 10 Be careful not to get your fingers caught. ● For MF4370dn/MF4350d Open the ADF cover. 11-4 Hold both sides of any jammed documents and gently pull them out straight upward.
  • Page 208: Paper Jams

    Open the ADF and then hold both sides of any jammed documents and gently pull them out. Close the ADF. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. Paper Jams Paper Jams When <PAPER JAM> or <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the display, remove jammed paper from the inside of the machine first, then from the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray if necessary.
  • Page 209 Clearing Jams Hold the grip (A) on the right front side of the toner cover. Open the toner cover. Remove the toner cartridge from the machine. 11-6 – Do not touch the rollers and parts which have labels “CAUTION! Hot surface avoid contact” on. They become very hot during use.
  • Page 210 Hold both sides of the jammed paper and gently pull it out. Gently pull the jammed paper between the fixing assembly (A) and transfer roller (B) until the leading edge emerges from the machine. – Do not touch the fixing assembly (A) as it becomes very hot during use.
  • Page 211 Clearing Jams Insert the toner cartridge so that the 10 10 protrusion on the right side of the toner cartridge (A) fits into the guide (B) located on the right side of the machine and slide it down parallel to the guide. Push down the toner cartridge to make 11 11 sure it is properly set in the machine.
  • Page 212 Open the front panel of the paper 16 16 cassette. Remove the paper in the paper cassette. 17 17 Hold both sides of the jammed paper and 18 18 slowly pull it out in the direction of the arrow. ■ When feeding paper from the paper cassette: ■...
  • Page 213 Clearing Jams Set the dust cover on the paper cassette. 21 21 Open the rear cover. 22 22 This operation is required only when <OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the display. Hold both sides of the jammed paper and 23 23 gently pull it out upward.
  • Page 214 ● For MF4350d Remove the dust cover from the paper feeding tray. Remove the paper in the paper feeding tray. Open the rear cover. This operation is required only when <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the display. Lift the scanning platform until it is locked (A), and open the printer cover (B).
  • Page 215 Clearing Jams Remove the toner cartridge from the machine. – Remove watches and any bracelets or rings when touching the inside of the machine. These items might be damaged if they come into contact with the parts inside of the machine.
  • Page 216 Hold both sides of the jammed paper and carefully pull it out. Hold both sides of the jammed paper and gently pull it out upward. – This operation is required only when <PAPER JAM/OPEN REAR COVER> appears on the display. –...
  • Page 217 Clearing Jams Hold the toner cartridge by its handle. 11 11 The arrow (A) on the toner cartridge should be facing away from you and pointing down. Do not open the drum protective shutter on the toner cartridge. Print quality may deteriorate if the drum surface is exposed to light or is damaged.
  • Page 218 Load the paper into the paper feeding 16 16 tray. Set the dust cover on the paper feeding 17 17 tray. After all the procedures are completed, the machine should be ready for operating. If the machine returns to the standby mode, troubleshooting has been successful.
  • Page 219: Error Messages

    Error Messages Error Messages Error Messages See the table below when the error and status messages appear on the display. Message AVAILABLE MEMORY This message shows the percentage of the memory currently available. CANNOT PRINT RX The machine temporarily received the fax in memory because an error of some kind has DATA occurred in the machine.
  • Page 220 Message LOAD CORRECT The size of the paper in the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray is different from that PAPER of the paper specified in <PAPER SIZE> for <CASSETTE> or <MP TRAY>. LOAD PAPER – No paper is loaded in the paper cassette or multipurpose tray when copying or printing.
  • Page 221 5 seconds, then turn it ON again. If the message persists, turn OFF the main power switch, disconnect the power cord, and contact Canon Customer Care Center. Enter the correct password. For details, see “Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception),”...
  • Page 222: Error Codes

    Error Codes Error Codes Error Codes An error code is a four-digit code shown on an ERROR TX REPORT or an RX REPORT when an error occurs. For details on reports, see “Introduction of the Machine, ” in the e-Manual. See the table below for individual error codes.
  • Page 223: If Is Displayed

    If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed If <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> is displayed When <LOAD CORRECT PAPER> appears on the display, the size of the paper in the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray is different from that of the paper specified in <PAPER SIZE> for <CASSETTE>...
  • Page 224: If A Power Failure Occurs

    If a Power Failure Occurs If a Power Failure Occurs If a Power Failure Occurs If a power failure occurs, you cannot copy, scan, or print documents. For fax operations in a power failure ● – You cannot send and receive documents. –...
  • Page 225: If You Cannot Solve A Problem

    Customer Support (U.S.A.) Customer Support (U.S.A.) If you cannot solve the problem after having referred to the information in this chapter, contact Canon Customer Care Center at 1-800-OK-CANON Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST. On-line support is also available 24 hours a day at the website http://www.canontechsupport.com.
  • Page 226: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings This chapter describes how to change and check the machine settings. Machine Settings ...12-2 Printing USER DATA LIST ... 12-2 Accessing the Setting Menu ... 12-2 Setting Menu ...12-3 VOLUME CONTROL SETTINGS ... 12-3 BROADCAST ... 12-3 COMMON SETTINGS ... 12-3 COPY SETTINGS ...
  • Page 227: Printing User Data List

    Machine Settings Machine Settings Machine Settings You can adjust the machine settings from the Setting Menu to customize the way the machine works. Printing USER DATA LIST Printing USER DATA LIST To see the list of current settings, print out USER DATA LIST.
  • Page 228: Setting Menu

    Setting Menu Setting Menu Setting Menu The default settings are indicated in bold text. – Depending on the country of purchase, some settings may not be available. – The menus described in this section are based on the MF4370dn. Depending on the model of your machine, some settings may not be available and the number on the top of each menu may vary.
  • Page 229: Copy Settings

    Setting Menu COPY SETTINGS COPY SETTINGS Item 1 STANDARD SETTINGS 1 IMAGE QUALITY 2 DENSITY 3 ZOOM RATIO PRESET RATIO MANUAL 4 AUTO COLLATE 5 2-SIDED 2 PAPER SIZE GROUP * MF4380dn only 12-4 Settings – TEXT/PHOTO – TEXT – PHOTO –...
  • Page 230: Fax Settings

    FAX SETTINGS FAX SETTINGS Item 1 RX MODE FAX/TEL 1 RING START TIME 2 F/T RING TIME 3 F/T SWITCH ACTION MANUAL FaxOnly AnsMode DRPD 2 USER SETTINGS 1 UNIT TELEPHONE # 2 UNIT NAME 3 TEL LINE TYPE 4 PUBLIC LINE 5 STANDARD SETTINGS 1 DENSITY 2 IMAGE QUALITY...
  • Page 231: Address Book Set

    Setting Menu Item 2 REMOTE RX REMOTE RX ID 3 RX PRINT 4 RX TERMINAL ID 5 RX RESTRICTION 5 PRINTER SETTINGS 1 RX REDUCTION 2 2-SIDED PRINT 3 CONT. PRINTING ADDRESS BOOK SET. ADDRESS BOOK SET. Item 1 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL NAME TELNAMBER ENTRY 2 CODED DIAL...
  • Page 232: Timer Settings

    TIMER SETTINGS TIMER SETTINGS Item 1 DATE&TIME SETTING 2 DATE TYPE SELECT 3 AUTO SLEEP 4 DAYLIGHT SV.TIME 1 START DATE/TIME 2 END DATE/TIME Settings – HOUR (00–23) – MINUTE (00–59) – MONTH (01–12) – DAY (01–28, 29, 30, 31) –...
  • Page 233: Adjust./cleaning

    Setting Menu ADJUST./CLEANING ADJUST./CLEANING Item 1 FIX.UNIT CLEANING 2 SPECIAL MODE T 3 SPECIAL MODE U 4 SPECIAL MODE V 5 SPECIAL MODE Y 6 SPECIAL MODE Z REPORT SETTINGS REPORT SETTINGS Item 1 TX REPORT 2 RX REPORT 3 ACTIVITY REPORT 12-8 Settings Start cleaning.
  • Page 234: System Settings

    SYSTEM SETTINGS SYSTEM SETTINGS Item 1 SYS. MANAGER INFO 1 SYSTEM PASSWORD 2 DEVICE INFO 1 DEVICE NAME 2 LOCATION 3 NETWORK SETTINGS* 1 TCP/IP SETTINGS 1 IPv4 SETTINGS 1 IP ADDRESS AUTO. 2 IP ADDRSSS 3 SUBNET MASK 4 GATEWAY ADDRESS 5 SET IP ADD RANGE 1 IP ADDRESS 1 1 PERMIT/REJECT...
  • Page 235 Setting Menu Item 4 IP ADDRESS 4 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000) 5 IP ADDRESS 5 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000) 6 IP ADDRESS 6 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS...
  • Page 236 Item 10 IP ADDRESS 10 1 PERMIT/REJECT – – 2 START IP IP address (000.000.000.000) ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (000.000.000.000) 6 DNS SETTINGS 1 DNS SERVER SET 1 PRIM. DNS SERVER IP address (000.000.000.000) 2 SECOND DNS IP address (000.000.000.000) SERVER 2 HOST/DOMAIN NAME...
  • Page 237 Setting Menu Item 6 SET IP ADD RANGE 1 IP ADDRESS 1 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 4 PREFIX LENGTH 2 IP ADDRESS 2 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 4 PREFIX LENGTH 3 IP ADDRESS 3 1 PERMIT/REJECT...
  • Page 238 Item 5 IP ADDRESS 5 1 PERMIT/REJECT – REJECT – PERMIT 2 START IP IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 ADDRESS 0:0000:0000) 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 0:0000:0000) 4 PREFIX LENGTH – – ON (0-128 (64)) 6 IP ADDRESS 6 1 PERMIT/REJECT –...
  • Page 239 Setting Menu Item 9 IP ADDRESS 9 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 4 PREFIX LENGTH 10 IP ADDRESS 10 1 PERMIT/REJECT 2 START IP ADDRESS 3 END IP ADDRESS IP address (0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:000 4 PREFIX LENGTH 7 DNS SETTINGS 1 DNS SERVER SET...
  • Page 240 5 SNMP WRITABLE 2 3 ETHERNET DRIVER 1 AUTO DETECT 1 COMMUNICATN MODE 2 ETHERNET TYPE 2 MAC ADDRESS Settings – – Maximum 63 digits (Canon MF4360- 4390(DF:40:DE)) – – – – – 1 LPD (0–65535 (515)) – 2 RAW (0–65535 (9100)) –...
  • Page 241 Setting Menu Item 4 VIEW IP ADDRSSS 1 IPv4 2 IPv6 5 STARTUP TIME SET. 4 COMMUNICATIONS 1 TX START SPEED 2 RX START SPEED 3 MEMORY LOCK 1 PASSWORD 2 MEMORY RX TIME MEM. RX START TIME MEM. RX END TIME 5 ACCESS TO DEST.
  • Page 242 Item 7 UPDATE FIRMWARE * MF4380dn/MF4370dn only Settings This function is only used when the firmware needs to be updated. Setting Menu Applicable Page 12-17...
  • Page 243 12-18...
  • Page 244: Appendix

    Appendix Specifications ...13-2 General ... 13-2 Copier ... 13-3 Printer ... 13-3 Scanner (Scanning via USB) ... 13-3 Scanner (Scanning via Network) ... 13-3 Facsimile ... 13-4 Telephone ... 13-4 Index ...13-5...
  • Page 245: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Specifications General Type Power Source Power Consumption Warm-up Time Weight Dimensions Installation Space Environmental Conditions Display Languages Acceptable Documents Acceptable Paper Stock Printable Area Scanning Area 13-2 Personal Desktop 120–127 V, 60 Hz (Power requirements differ depending on the country in which you purchased the product.) MF4380dn Maximum: Less than 630 W...
  • Page 246: Copier

    Copier Scanning Resolution Printing Resolution Magnification First Copy Time Copy Speed No. of Copies Printer Printing Method Paper Handling Paper Delivery Print Speed Printing Resolution Number of Tones Toner Cartridge Scanner (Scanning via USB) Type Maximum Scanning Size Scanning Resolution Scanning Speed Host Interface System Requirements...
  • Page 247: Facsimile

    Specifications Scanner (Scanning via Network) Host Interface System Requirements Device Driver Facsimile Applicable Line Compatibility Data Compression Schemes Modem Speed Transmission Speed Transmission/Reception Memory Fax Resolution Dialing Receiving Report The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speed or lower, depending on telephone line conditions.
  • Page 248: Index

    Index Index Index Symbols 2-sided copying 4-18 2-Sided key 1-8 2-sided printing 6-10 Address Book key 1-9 Using 5-20 ADF 1-3 AnsMode 5-7 Basic receiving method 5-4 Basic sending method Fax 5-13 PC fax 5-16 Broadcasting 5-21 Canceling Copy job 4-5 Fax job 5-17 Print job 6-11 Scan job 7-5...
  • Page 249 Index Document Copying 4-4 Jams 11-2 Placing 2-4 Receiving 5-4 Requirements 2-2 Scanning area 2-3 Sending 5-13 Document delivery tray 1-3 Document feeder tray 1-3 Documents stored in memory Checking 5-45, 5-46 Deleting 5-45, 5-46 DRPD 5-9 Dust cover 1-3 Energy Saver key 1-8 Enlarge/Reduce key 1-8 Error codes 11-19...
  • Page 250 OK key 1-8 One-touch key Editing 3-3 Erasing 3-4 Registering 3-3 Using 5-19 One-touch keys 1-9 Operation panel 1-3 Fax operation panel 1-9 Main operation panel 1-7 Output tray 1-3 Output tray extension 1-3 Overview Machine functions ii Paper Jams 11-5 Loading 2-8 Printable area 2-7 Requirements 2-6...
  • Page 251 Index Transporting the Machine 10-23 Troubleshooting Clearing jams 11-2 Error codes 11-19 Error messages 11-16 If a power failure occurs 11-21 If you cannot solve a problem 11-22 USB port 1-6 Zoom ratio Custom copy ratio 4-11 Preset zoom 4-10 13-8...
  • Page 252 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON MARKETING JAPAN INC. 16-6, Konan 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8011, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg, 59-61, 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands CANON CHINA CO. LTD.

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