Loading instructions are also located on the labels inside the tray. Caution Do not remove a tray while printing; this may cause paper jams. For information on loading the standard tray, refer to the Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer User Guide on the printer CD-ROM. Loading the optional A5/A6 tray Remove the tray.
Note For a list of supported media types, sizes, and weights for this tray, see the Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer User Guide. Load the paper. Make sure that you place the paper under the corner tab in the left-front corner of the tray.
Loading optional Tray 2 Remove the tray. Push the metal (bottom) plate down until it locks into place. If necessary, adjust the tray length to match the length of the paper. Pull up on the tab on the back of the tray, then pull the back of the tray to the desired length. Reference Guide Loading the optional trays 1710-59...
Load letterhead face down with the top of the page toward the front of the tray. Don't load paper above the fill line. Don’t load over 550 sheets. If necessary, adjust the side guides to lightly touch the paper. Slide the tray back into the printer. 1710-63 1710-64 1710-65 Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer...
When the message to print the second side appears in the PCL driver dialog box, click the OK button. The printer prints the back sides of the pages (odd-numbered pages). To print a two-sided job using another driver, first print the even-numbered pages, then insert the printed pages face down in the multi-purpose tray and print the odd-numbered pages.
Linux Printing Linux Printing You can use your Phaser 3400 printer with a PC running Red Hat Linux 6.0 or higher. You must install the Linux printer utility provided on the CD-ROM, then use the X-Window System’s “printtool” to install and set up the printer driver. Do not use the root user or manual installation to install the driver.
-Pprintername = specific printer name (if you have multiple printers installed) Example: $ lpr -P3400 thesis.txt prints on the printer named 3400 LPQ displays all the documents that are in the printer queue waiting to be printed; this is the format:...
Windows operating systems. The Remote Control Panel can also be used through the USB port for Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000. Install the Remote Control Panel utility from the Xerox Phaser 3400 printer CD-ROM. To change settings using the Remote Control Panel: Click Start, select Programs, select Xerox Phaser 3400 Utility, and then click Remote Control Panel.
For general things to check and information about the indicator lights on the control panel, refer to the Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer User Guide on the printer CD-ROM. The printer name does not appear in the Chooser (Macintosh only) Make sure that the printer is powered on.
If paper is above the fill line, remove the extra paper. If printing on heavy paper or special media, only use the multi-purpose tray. Be sure to use paper supported by the printer; refer to the Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer User Guide for more information.
The printer prints the wrong data or incorrect characters Make sure that your computer is connected to the printer with the right cable and is connected properly. Test whether the cable is defective by swapping the cable with one known to work.
Print Quality Irregular faded patches of print Be sure to use paper supported by the printer; refer to the Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer User Guide for more information. Toner may be unevenly distributed. Remove the laser print cartridge, shake it gently to evenly distribute the toner, then reinsert the cartridge into the printer.
Replacing the laser print cartridge For replacement instructions, refer to the illustrated instructions included with the new laser print cartridge. You can also access the Phaser 3400 Laser Print Cartridge Installation instruction sheet on the Phaser 3400 printer’s CD-ROM. Cleaning...
Maintenance and Cleaning Using the handle, insert the laser print cartridge into the printer until it clicks into place, then close the top cover. 1710-58 1710-02 Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer...
Telephone #(s): Safety Information: (800) 828-6571 Health Emergency: (716) 422-2177 Transportation Emergency(Chemtrec): (800) 424-9300 Section I - Product Identification Trade Names/Synonyms: Xerox Phaser 3400 printer CRU Part No.: 106R00462, 106R00461 Chemical Name: None WHMIS Status: This is not a WHMIS controlled product.
Material Safety Data Sheet Section III - Toxicology and Health Information This toner material has been evaluated by Xerox Corporation. The toxicity data noted below is based on test results of similar reprographic toner materials Oral LD >5 g/kg (rats) practically non-toxic.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Section VII - Special Protection Information Respiratory Protection: None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment. Eye Protection: None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment. Protective Gloves: None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment.
State and Local waste disposal authorities for additional information. Incinerate only in a closed container. Section X - Transportation Information DOT Proper Shipping Name: ID Number: Hazard Classification: Packing Group: N.A. (Not Regulated) N.A. N.A. N.A. Phaser 3400 Personal Laser Printer...
Printer User Guide for operational safety instructions. Laser Safety The Xerox Phaser 3400 printer complies with safety standards, and is certified 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.
Ozone Safety During normal operation, the Xerox Phaser 3400 printer produces ozone. The ozone produced does not present a hazard to the operator, however, it is advisable that the machine be operated in a well-ventilated area.