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DocuTech 61xx Production Publisher Family
701P48388
February 19, 2008
Operator HandyBook
The purpose of this HandyBook is to provide a quick reference for the operator. It does not
replace the Operator Guide or other Xerox supplied reference materials.
More information is available at www.Xerox.com. The Operator Guide is available for download
as well.

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  • Page 1 The purpose of this HandyBook is to provide a quick reference for the operator. It does not replace the Operator Guide or other Xerox supplied reference materials. More information is available at www.Xerox.com. The Operator Guide is available for download as well.
  • Page 2 800 Phillips Road, 207-02Z Webster, New York 14580 © 2008 Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Xerox® and the sphere of connectivity design are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the US and/or other countries. Changes are periodically made to this document. Changes, technical inaccuracies, and typographic...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents..............3 1. System Hardware ..............7 Processor Components ........................ 8 Interposer Components ........................ 9 Finisher Components ......................... 10 Paper Path Areas ........................11 2. Paper Trays & Loading Media........... 13 Paper Tray & Finisher Capacities....................13 Adding Paper to Tray 1 or 2 .......................
  • Page 4 Clean the Bindexer Sensors (Q1205, Q1206, Q1207)............... 74 Clean the Bins Exit Sensors (Q1222)..................75 Clean the Front Stack (Q1227), Rear Stack Height (Q1218), and Set Path (Q1221) Sensors . 77 Clean the Fuser (Q1010) and Prefuser Sensors (Q1009) ............80 Clean the Post Inverter (Q1202) and Output Transport (Q1203) Sensors ........
  • Page 5 8. Disable Stock Size Checking....................149 9. Display all Active Machine Faults..................150 10. Enable and Bring On-line an External Finisher ..............151 8. Programming Features............ 153 Add Binding to a Job ........................ 153 Enable Duplex Mode ........................ 153 Enable Offset Stacking ......................154 Export the Accounting Log .......................
  • Page 6 System Hardware DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 7: System Hardware

    System Hardware 1. System Hardware DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 8: Processor Components

    System Hardware Processor Components Processor Components 1. Paper trays 2. Electrical module 3. Dry ink cartridge 4. Photoreceptor, located behind a panel 5. Laser, located behind a panel 6. Fuser agent reservoir 7. Inverter 8. Decurler lever 9. Dry Ink Waste container DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 9: Interposer Components

    System Hardware Interposer Components Interposer Components 1. Upper entrance transport 2. Upper vertical transport 3. Upper turn transport 4. Tray 4 5. Upper exit transport 6. Tray 5 7. Lower entrance transport 8. Lower turn transport 9. Lower exit transport 10.Lower vertical transport 11.
  • Page 10: Finisher Components

    System Hardware Finisher Components Finisher Components: 1. Bindexer 2. Stitcher 3. Stacker 4. Binder 5. Binder tape reel 6. Stitcher wire spools 7. Top tray DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 11: Paper Path Areas

    System Hardware Paper Path Areas The numbers in figure 4-6 identify the following paper path are as follows: • Areas 1 to 4 - The stock leaves a paper tray and is fed to the photoreceptor. • Areas 5 to 10 - The system prints an image on one side of the stock. If the job requires 2-sided printing, the system turns the page over and feeds it back to the photoreceptor.
  • Page 12 Paper Trays & Loading Media DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 13: Paper Trays & Loading Media

    Paper Trays & Loading Media 2. Paper Trays & Loading Media Paper Tray & Finisher Capacities Stock Weight (all trays) Substance 16 to 110 (60 to 200 g/m2) • Tray 1 Stock sizes US Letter (8 1/2 x 11 inches) •...
  • Page 14 Paper Trays & Loading Media • Tray 5 Stock sizes US Letter (8 1/2 x 11 inches) • US Legal (8 1/2 x 14 inches) • US Ledger (17 x 11 inches) • 9 x 11 inches • • • 8 1/2 x 13 inches •...
  • Page 15 Paper Trays & Loading Media than substance 20 (75 g/m2) is being run, the capacity of the top tray is reduced. 500 sheets of substance 20 (75 g/m2) is equal to approximately: 415 sheets of substance 24 (90 g/m2) 310 sheets of substance 32 (120 g/m2) 225 sheets of substance 110 (200 g/m2) If using any paper heavier than substance 20 (75 g/m2) or intermixed stock...
  • Page 16: Adding Paper To Tray 1 Or 2

    6. Load the required paper into the paper tray. Load paper with the curl side facing down. Load Xerox paper with the package wrapper seam side facing up. NOTE: When loading drilled paper, be sure to fan the edge where the holes are located.
  • Page 17 Paper Trays & Loading Media Move the rear guide forward until it touches the edge of the stack. Lower the feed belt. Close the tray slowly, but firmly, until it latches. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 18: Adding Paper To Trays 3, 4, Or 5

    4. Load the required paper into the paper tray. Load paper with the curl side facing down. Load Xerox paper with the package wrapper seam side facing up. NOTE: When loading drilled paper, be sure to fan the edge where the holes are located.
  • Page 19: Loading Transparencies

    Paper Trays & Loading Media Loading Transparencies The following are the different types and usage of transparencies for Paper Trays 1, 2 and 3. • Transparencies with a 13 mm (0.5 inch) white stripe should be loaded with the white stripe to the right if you are using Paper Trays 1 and 2.
  • Page 20: Adding Inserts

    Paper Trays & Loading Media Adding Inserts For DocuSP 4.x and above: Creating inserts differs from slip sheets in that they separate pages of a job while slip sheets separate one job from another. Inserts may also be pre-printed stock or forms. NOTE: Inserts may not be programmed for a job with covers if the inserts affect the cover printing.
  • Page 21: Satisfaction Guides

    Paper Trays & Loading Media Satisfaction Guides Satisfaction Guide for Paper Trays 1 and 2 Stock Reliable feeds may be Less reliable feeds may be Suggested alternatives expected expected Size 8 x 10 inches to 9 x 14 Stock smaller than 8 x 10 inches (203 x 254 mm to inches cannot be used.
  • Page 22: Satisfaction Guide For Paper Tray 3

    Do not use excessively condition good condition curled paper Intermixed weights Drilled stock, fanned Substance 110 (200 g/m2) Xerox vellum thoroughly must be long grain. Do not Full cut tabs use short grain. Label stock Precut tabs - use tray 1 or 2.
  • Page 23: Satisfaction Guide For Paper Tray 4

    Do not use excessively condition good condition curled paper Intermixed weights Drilled stock, fanned Substance 110 (200 g/m2) Xerox vellum thoroughly must be long grain. Do not Full cut tabs use short grain. Label stock Refer to the “Using various stocks”...
  • Page 24: Satisfaction Guide For 2-sided Printing

    SWITCHES mode. • Load the paper into trays 1 and 2 with holes to Xerox 4024, substance 20 (75 g/m2) • the right; load the paper into trays 3, 4, and 5 with 3 hole drilled •...
  • Page 25: Instructions For Use

    Paper Trays & Loading Media Stock type Instructions for use holes to the left. Do not bind or run 2-sided prints. • Do not bind or run 2-sided prints. Never-tear • Do not stitch or bind. Do not run with tabs. Tabs 3 hole drilled, edge reinforced, 4024 DP can be inserted off-line.
  • Page 26: Satisfaction Guide For Stitcher

    If running plastic-covered window stock, there may be some distortion. To test, run a proof copy. • Xerox Carbonless Paper is recommended. Xerox Carbonless Do not use the following stocks: • Multipart forms • Stocks outside of the recommended size and weight ranges...
  • Page 27: Recommended Shift Preventative Maintenance Plan

    Recommended Shift Preventative Maintenance Plan 3. Recommended Shift Preventative Maintenance Plan Regular operator maintenance of your equipment is likely to improve overall performance. The maintenance could be done at the beginning or end of the shift, which ever is decided upon by your team. The following are suggested maintenance activities.
  • Page 28 Recommended Shift Preventative Maintenance Plan 2. Shut Down, Then Start Up the System, Then Power On the Printer WARNING: Powering OFF the System, and thus the printer will result in the loss of all jobs in the print queue. Under normal operating conditions, use the DocuSP Controller software to power OFF the machine.
  • Page 29: Replacing Consumables

    Replacing Consumables 4. Replacing Consumables Add Fuser Agent NOTE: You should add Fuser Agent as soon as possible after the message is displayed. If Fuser Agent is not added the machine will stop running after approximately 5,000 prints and will not run until Fuser Agent is added.
  • Page 30 Replacing Consumables 7. Open a new box of Fuser Agent and remove the bottle. CAUTION: Make sure you use the Fuser Agent specific to the machine model you are using. Fuser Agent for the machine model DocuTech 90 is not compatible with the DocuTech 135.
  • Page 31: Replace Stitcher A Wire

    Replacing Consumables Replace Stitcher A Wire NOTE: You will need wire cutters to perform this procedure. Wire cutters can be found next to Stitcher Spool B. 1. Open the Finisher Doors. 2. Raise the Stitcher Panel. The Stitcher Panel is a black plate about 228 mm (9 inches) square.
  • Page 32 Replacing Consumables 8. Use the wire cutters to pull the remaining wire out of the plastic tubing. 9. Place the Stitcher plug in the measuring bracket. The measuring bracket is a black metal plate about 25 mm (1 inch) in length, with a hole in it that the stitcher plug fits into. The bracket is located about 51 mm (2 inches) to the right of where the Stitcher plug was removed.
  • Page 33 Replacing Consumables > 21. Re-insert the plug into the Stitcher Head. The plug will snap itself into place if installed correctly. 22. Push the green Stitcher Head Release Handle down and back. 23. Lower the Stitcher Panel. 24. Close the Finisher Doors. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 34: Replace The Binder Tape Reel

    Replacing Consumables Replace the Binder Tape Reel 1. Open the Finisher Doors. 2. Grasp the green handle on the Binder assembly and pull the drawer out until it stops. The green handle is to the right of Paper Tray 3. WARNING: All areas of the Binder assembly, including the Binder tape, are hot (approximately 425 °F / 218 °C).
  • Page 35 Replacing Consumables 6. Remove the tape reel. 7. Slide the new tape reel onto the tape reel drive. Make sure that the larger hole in the center of the tape reel faces the tape reel drive. 8. If necessary, rotate the tape reel slightly until it clicks into position. 9.
  • Page 36 Replacing Consumables NOTE: If a problem occurs when you are trying to turn the green knob, close the Finisher Doors. The Screen will display a 'Please wait - Finisher Reset in Progress' message. Wait until a 'Ready' message is displayed, then open the Finisher Doors and try feeding the Binder tape again.
  • Page 37: Replace The Toner (dry Ink) Bottle

    5. Remove the bottle from the receptacle. NOTE: You may want to put the used Toner Bottle in the box that the new cartridge came in. Empty Toner Bottles are not returned to Xerox and can be disposed of according to your local recycling regulations.
  • Page 38: Replace The Toner (dry Ink) Waste Container

    Replacing Consumables seal that is attached to the bottle. 7. Shake the new bottle several times to loosen the Toner. 8. Insert the bottle into the receptacle. 9. Rotate the green handle down, to the latched position. 10. Push the new bottle all the way into the machine. 11.
  • Page 39 Replacing Consumables CAUTION: To prevent a Toner spill, do not tip or tilt the waste container. 5. Remove the cap from the top of the full Toner Waste Container. 6. Place the cap over the opening on the end of the full Toner Waste Container. 7.
  • Page 40: Order Supplies, Consumables, And Parts

    1-800-822-2200 call the Xerox Supplies Department or http://www.xerox.com order online. RECYCLING You can return CRU's to Xerox by using the return shipping labels which are included in the packing materials. Or you http://www.xerox.com/gwa can order replacement online. METERED SUPPLIES (Auto-Replenish) If you are a metered account, please call the Metered Account Hotline.
  • Page 41: Machine Maintenance

    Machine Maintenance 5. Machine Maintenance Adjusting for Paper Curl Measure 5 Sheets - 8½x 11, short edge DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 42 Machine Maintenance MEASURE PAPER CURL 5 Sheets, Short Edge DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 43 Machine Maintenance Adjusting for Paper Curl - Adjusting the Decurler Lever 1. Open the right door of the processor. 2. Locate the decurler lever in area 7 of the paper path, as shown below. 3. If the print curl is +2 or more, move the green decurler lever to the right. 4.
  • Page 44: Adjusting The Heavy Paper Levers

    Machine Maintenance Adjusting the Heavy Paper Levers Adjust the heavy paper levers to prevent skewing from heavy weight or long paper. 1. Open the right door of the processor. 2. Open the left door of the processor. 3. Locate the black heavy paper levers behind area 4 and area 2. 4.
  • Page 45 Machine Maintenance 5. Run the print job. 6. When the print job has been completed, lower the heavy paper lever. a. Pull the silver latch release toward you. b. Lower the left and right black levers to the horizontal position, as shown below.
  • Page 46: Adjust The Binder Tape Registration

    Machine Maintenance Adjust the Binder Tape Registration NOTE: Adjusting the top edge of the Binder Tape changes the positioning of the tape. Adjusting the bottom of the Binder Tape changes the length of the tape. To adjust the Binder Tape registration: 1.
  • Page 47: Enable A Paper Tray For Clean Up

    Machine Maintenance book. 7. Close the Finisher Doors. 8. Run a test job to inspect your adjustment. 9. If necessary, perform the procedure again as needed. Enable a Paper Tray for Clean up If you are using DocuSP software version 3.x and above: 1.
  • Page 48: Enable Or Disable The Stacker

    Machine Maintenance Enable or Disable the Stacker NOTE: Before you begin, you must be logged on as a System Administrator or Trusted User. To enable or disable the Stacker using DocuSP software version 3.x: 1. Select [Printer Manager] on the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series for 61xx window. 2.
  • Page 49: Modify The Bindexer Capacity Number

    Machine Maintenance Modify the Bindexer Capacity Number If you are using software version 3.x and above: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx window, select [Printer Manager]. The Printer Manager window will be displayed. 2. Select the [Stacking] tab. 3.
  • Page 50: Stop A Job From Printing At The Printer

    Machine Maintenance Stop a Job From Printing at the Printer NOTE: You must logon as a System Administrator or Trusted User to perform this task. To stop a job at the printer using DocuSP software version 3.x or above: 1. In the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series for 61xx window, select [Pause Printing] in the upper, right corner of the window.
  • Page 51: Problem Solving

    Problem Solving 6. Problem Solving Potential solutions for common problems are available using the either of 2 methods: 1. If you know the fault code: A. Look up Fault Code in the table, “COMMON FAULT CODES & CASE”, find Case Number (page 50 - page 52).
  • Page 52: Common Fault Codes & Case

    Problem Solving Fault Code Case Descp Case COMMON FAULT CODES & CASE P03-253 Printer Run Faults 2823 P03-254 Printer Run Faults 2823 Look-up Case Number in table “PROBLEM LISTING AND P03-255 Printer Run Faults 2823 SOLUTIONS, LISTED by CASE NUMBER”, following Fault code table, for solutions.
  • Page 53 Problem Solving Fault Code Case Descp Case Fault Code Case Descp Case P03-364 Printer Run Faults 2823 P09-321 Processor Voltage Faults 3831 P03-370 Printer Run Faults 2823 P09-322 Processor Voltage Faults 3831 P03-371 Printer Run Faults 2823 P09-323 Processor Voltage Faults 3831 P03-373 Printer Run Faults...
  • Page 54 Problem Solving Fault Code Case Descp Case Fault Code Case Descp Case P12-108 Post Inverter Sensor Faults 3304 P12-248 Finisher Interlock Faults 4088 P12-111 Post Inverter Sensor Faults 3304 P12-251 Binder Under Temperature Faults 4095 P12-112 Output Transport Sensor Faults 10984 P12-253 Binder Under Temperature Faults...
  • Page 55: Problem Listing And Solutions, Listed By Case Number

    Problem Solving PROBLEM LISTING AND SOLUTIONS, LISTED by CASE NUMBER First group of problems don’t have case number Look-up Solutions, listed in alphabetical order immediately following this table. Area P=Processor I=Interposer F=Finisher Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # •...
  • Page 56 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # the green dot inside the tray. • Fan the stock at all four corners. Change it if it has uneven edges or if it was not drilled properly. •...
  • Page 57 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # this guide. 3. If the processor has a ground fault protector, determine whether the protector has shut off the power. If the red light is visible on the protector, proceed with step 4.
  • Page 58 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # If an adjustment is made to the binder tape length during a job, it will not take effect until the next job is printed. If it is necessary to adjust the binder tape length during a job, adjust it using the procedures in the on-line help.
  • Page 59 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # Power OFF, Then Power ON the Printer P10-216 2549 Camming Release the Camming Motor Brake Fault Clear the Entire Paper Path From the Paper Trays to the Finisher Power OFF, Then Power ON the Printer P03-201 P03-203 P03-204...
  • Page 60 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # Printer P12-108 P12-111 3304 Post Inverter Clear the Paper Jam in Areas 8, 11, Sensor Faults 12, and 13 Clean the Post Inverter (Q1202) and Output Transport (Q1203) Sensors P12-116 3336...
  • Page 61 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # B Faults 13, 14, and 15 Clean the Bin B Bindexer Sensor (Q1206) P09-201 P09-202 3792 Arc Detection Power OFF, Then Power ON the Faults Printer If you Have Advanced Training, Follow the Instructions to Clean all of the Dicorotron Shields...
  • Page 62 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # Load Paper in the Selected Paper Tray Correctly (See Paper Trays & Loading Media) Clean the Registration Transport Sensor (Q861) Clean the Pre-Fuser Sensor (Q1009) Use A New Ream of Paper Clear the Fault in the Printer Fault Clearance Window Power OFF, Then Power ON the...
  • Page 63 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # 4427 Dark Modify the Lighter / Darker Setting Background (see Machine Maintenance) on Copies Power OFF, Then Power ON the Printer If you Have Advanced Training, Make Sure the Photoreceptor Belt is Securely Seated in the Xerographic Drawer...
  • Page 64 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # on One Job 4535 Black Spots Modify the Lighter / Darker Setting and Marks on (See Machine Maintenance) Every Copy If the Job is Sent From a DigiPath, Clean the Document Glass on the DigiPath Use A New Ream of Paper...
  • Page 65 Problem Solving Related Fault Potential Solutions Problem Codes /Solutions Ranked by Relevance: Case # Clean the Fuser (Q1010) and Prefuser Sensors (Q1009) If Paper is Jammed in the Fuser, Release the Camming Motor Brake 9466 Black Spots If you Have Advanced Training, and Marks on Follow the Instructions to Replace Every Other...
  • Page 66: Solutions In Alphabetical Order

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean Finisher Entrance Sensor (Q1201) .................. 68 Clean the Bin A Bindexer Sensor (Q1205)................. 71 Clean the Bin B Bindexer Sensor (Q1206)................. 72 Clean the Binder Tape Guide Sensor (Q1213) ................73 Clean the Bindexer Sensors (Q1205, Q1206, Q1207)...............
  • Page 67 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Use A New Ream of Paper ...................... 139 DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 68: Clean Finisher Entrance Sensor (q1201)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean Finisher Entrance Sensor (Q1201) NOTE: The Finisher Entrance Sensor (Q1201) is to the right of Area 8 along the top paper path. Fold a sheet of A4 or 8.5 x 11 inch paper twice to make a 51 mm (2 inch) wide strip. This will be used to clear the sensor.
  • Page 69 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Area H: Open the Finisher Top Cover. Open the Finisher Front Doors. Follow the instructions on the labels for 11, 12, and 13 to clear all sheets. Area 11: DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 70 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Area 12: Area 13: DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 71: Clean The Bin A Bindexer Sensor (q1205)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 10. Close all covers and doors. Clean the Bin A Bindexer Sensor (Q1205) Open the left Finisher Door. The handle is above Paper Tray 3. Open the bindexer door. The door is located above the Paper Tray 3 area. You should see a light green triangle pointing to a latch which is surrounded by a light green rectangle.
  • Page 72: Clean The Bin B Bindexer Sensor (q1206)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Close and latch the bindexer door. Close the left Finisher Door. Clean the Bin B Bindexer Sensor (Q1206) Open the left Finisher Door. The handle is above Paper Tray 3. Open the Bindexer Door. The door is located above the Paper Tray 3 area. You should see a light green triangle pointing to a latch which is surrounded by a light green rectangle.
  • Page 73: Clean The Binder Tape Guide Sensor (q1213)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the Binder Tape Guide Sensor (Q1213) WARNING: Do not touch the heated areas of the Binder. The top of the Binder is approximately 425° F / 218° C. If the Binder has been in a 'Ready' condition, allow it to cool for at least one hour before continuing the procedure.
  • Page 74: Clean The Bindexer Sensors (q1205, Q1206, Q1207)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order between the two parts of the sensor to clear any obstructions. 7. Push the Binder drawer into the machine until it latches. 8. Close the Finisher Doors. Clean the Bindexer Sensors (Q1205, Q1206, Q1207) Open the left Finisher Door using the handle above Paper Tray 3. Open the Bindexer Door.
  • Page 75: Clean The Bins Exit Sensors (q1222)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Fold a piece of A4 (8.5 x 11 inch) paper. Brush the folded piece of paper across each of these openings to make sure the sensors are clear of any obstructions. Close and latch the Bindexer Door. Close the Finisher Door.
  • Page 76 Solutions in Alphabetical Order WARNING: You may have to hold the bypass transport in the raised position if it lowers into the original position. Stand directly in front of Finisher, just to the right of Paper Tray 3. Look between the brown cover on your left, with the sticker of area 17, and the yellowish colored tube to your right.
  • Page 77: Clean The Front Stack (q1227), Rear Stack Height (q1218), And Set Path (q1221) Sensors

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the Front Stack (Q1227), Rear Stack Height (Q1218), and Set Path (Q1221) Sensors The Q1227, Q1218, Q1221 Sensors are on the Stacker Tray. NOTE: Q1218 is a dual sensor containing Q1218 and Q1227. Fold a Piece of A4 (216 mm x 279 mm / 8.3 x 11.7 inch) or 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Open the Finisher Front Doors.
  • Page 78 Solutions in Alphabetical Order On the upper right side of the opening, locate the label for area 19. About 76 mm (3 inches) down from the label and all the way to the right of the opening you should see three wires (red, orange and brown) leading to a black plastic block mounted on a metal bracket.
  • Page 79 Solutions in Alphabetical Order get caught. 11. To the left of the ground strap attachment bolt, about 178 mm (7 inches) closer to the floor, you should see a red, orange, and brown wire leading to a black plastic block mounted on a metal bracket.
  • Page 80: Clean The Fuser (q1010) And Prefuser Sensors (q1009)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 16. Look 76 mm (3 inches) directly above the sensor for orange and white wires. These wires are attached to the detector which faces straight down. 17. Brush a folded sheet of paper across the Sensor. 18.
  • Page 81 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Use a cotton swab to clean this mirror and the small plastic sensor to the right of the mirror. Make sure you do not touch the hot surfaces in this area. Cleaning the Q1009 Sensor: To the left of Paper Tray 1, at the back of the Fuser Module, locate the area 7 label on the machine frame.
  • Page 82: Clean The Post Inverter (q1202) And Output Transport (q1203) Sensors

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the Post Inverter (Q1202) and Output Transport (Q1203) Sensors NOTE: The Q1202 and Q1203 Sensors are in area 12. Fold a sheet of 216 mm x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 inch) or A4 (210 mm x 297 mm / 8.3 x 11.7 inch) paper twice to make a 51 mm (2 inch) wide strip.
  • Page 83 Solutions in Alphabetical Order To clean the Q1203 sensor: Place the short edge of the folded paper above the white rollers on the left side of the Top Tray Feeder, as near to the front of the machine as the feeder will let you. Push the paper edge under the curved metal lip, past the near side of the black roller, and underneath the Q1202 Sensor.
  • Page 84: Clean The Pre-fuser Sensor (q1009)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the Pre-Fuser Sensor (Q1009) CAUTION: The surrounding area of the machine around the sensor can be extremely hot! To clean the Q1009 Sensor: Open the right and left Processor Doors. To the left of Paper Tray 1, at the back of the Fuser Module, locate the area 7 label on the machine frame.
  • Page 85: Clean The Registration Transport Sensor (q861)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the sensor with a small amount of Lens and Mirror Cleaner on a soft, lint-free cloth. Push the Fuser Module firmly back into the machine. Close the Processor Doors. Clean the Registration Transport Sensor (Q861) The Q861 Sensor is located in area 4, behind the area 4 green handle.
  • Page 86: Clean The Set Path Sensor (q1221)

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Lower the green handle by squeezing the front and rear plates of the handle together to release the handle. Close the Processor Door. Clean the Set Path Sensor (Q1221) NOTE: The Q1221 sensor is on the Stacker Tray. To locate the Q1221 sensor you need to locate the Q1218 sensor first.
  • Page 87 Solutions in Alphabetical Order If present, the bypass transport must be raised to gain access to the sensors. WARNING: You may have to hold the bypass transport in the raised position if it lowers into the original position. Stand in front of the Stacker drawer. Along the right side of the area you exposed when you opened the Finisher Top Cover, approximately 356 mm (14 inches) back from the front of the machine, look for a yellow ground strap.
  • Page 88 Solutions in Alphabetical Order To locate the Q1221 Sensor: Using the Q1218 sensor as a reference point, look about 38 mm (1 1/2 inch) closer to the front of the machine. You should see the round sensor for Q1221 pointing straight up. Put your finger on the sensor and move your head to the left of the big black bracket so you can see your finger on the sensor again.
  • Page 89: Clean The Tape Binder Area

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clean the Tape Binder Area Clean the Binder Tape area: NOTE: It is highly recommended that the Binder be cleaned before the Binder warm-up cycle begins or before powering ON the machine. Open the Finisher Doors. WARNING: All areas of the Binder drawer, including the Binder tape, are hot (approximately 425º...
  • Page 90 Solutions in Alphabetical Order If Binder tape is in the area of the cleaner, pull the reel slightly away from the tape to avoid tape damage. Lift up on the cleaner and push down against the single end tab. Move the cleaner back and forth until the end tab breaks.
  • Page 91: Clear Paper Jams In Areas 11, 12, 13, And 14

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Cleaning the Calipers: 12. Using the Binder Platen Cleaner, clean the Binder caliper surface until all the glue is removed. Closing the Binder: 13. Push in the Binder drawer until it stops. 14. Close the Finisher Doors. 15.
  • Page 92 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle and rotate it to the right. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the left, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. Locate the green handle in the top left corner with the arrow pointing to the left.
  • Page 93 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle and rotate it to the left. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the right, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. 10.
  • Page 94: Clear Paper Jams In Areas 11, 12, And 13

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle, push down on the top of the handle with your thumb, and then pull the baffle open toward the right. Remove any paper under the baffle. Close the baffle. 10. Close the Finisher Top Cover. Clear Paper Jams in Areas 11, 12, and 13 NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam.
  • Page 95 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle and rotate it to the right. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the left, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. Close the Finisher Door.
  • Page 96 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the green handle and rotate it to the left to open the baffle. 10. Remove any paper under the baffle. 11. Close the baffle. 12. Locate the green handle on the right side of the mechanical assembly. This is area 13. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 97: Clear Paper Jams In Areas 13, 14, And 15

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 13. Grasp the handle, push down on the top of the handle with your thumb, and then pull the baffle open toward the right. 14. Remove any paper under the baffle. 15. Close the baffle. 16. Close the Finisher Top Cover. Clear Paper Jams in Areas 13, 14, and 15 NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam.
  • Page 98 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Remove any paper under the baffle. Close the baffle. If present, lower the bypass transport. Close the Finisher Top Cover. To clear area 14: Open the left Finisher Door using the handle above Paper Tray 3. Locate the green handle behind the door in the top left corner with an arrow pointing down to the left.
  • Page 99 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Remove any paper in this area. 10. Rotate the handle to the right until the handle latches into position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. To clear area 15: 11.
  • Page 100: Clear Paper Jams In Areas 17 And 18

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 13. Remove any paper in the three bins behind the door. 14. Close the Bindexer Door. 15. Close the Finisher Door. Clear Paper Jams in Areas 17 and 18 NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam. Carefully inspect the rollers for any debris or torn pieces of paper.
  • Page 101 Solutions in Alphabetical Order same size as the top cover. If so, there is a handle to raise the transport with. The handle is a black rod with a silver spring on each side and is located on the very front of the transport. Lift the transport and manually hold it in place while paper jams are being cleared.
  • Page 102: Clear The Entire Paper Path From The Paper Trays To The Finisher

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Locate the handle on the left side of the Binder and pull it up quickly to snip off the tape that you advanced. Press the green handle down. 10. Push the Binder into the Finisher until it latches. 11.
  • Page 103: Clear The Paper Jam In Area 4

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order NOTE: You can select [Close] to close the Printer Fault window without clearing the fault. However, the fault will remain until it is reset through the Printer Fault Clearance window. Select [Redisplay] on the Printer Faults window to update and redisplay the Printer Fault list. The Printer Fault list will update, and any additional faults will then be displayed.
  • Page 104 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Locate the green handle in the top left corner with an arrow pointing to the right. This is area 11. Grasp the handle and rotate it to the right. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the left, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly.
  • Page 105 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle and rotate it to the left. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the right, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. To clear areas 17 and 18: 10.
  • Page 106 Solutions in Alphabetical Order NOTE: Area 17 is immediately under the Finisher Top Cover, or silver transport area, if so equipped. Area 18 is immediately below area 17. Clearing all paper under the cover or transport area will clear both areas. 14.
  • Page 107: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 12, 13, 14, And 15

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 17. Locate the handle on the left side of the Binder and pull it up quickly to snip off the tape that you advanced. Press the green handle down. 18. Push the Binder into the Finisher until it latches. 19.
  • Page 108 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the green handle and rotate it to the left to open the baffle. Remove any paper under the baffle. Close the baffle. Locate the green handle on the right side of the mechanical assembly. This is area 13. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 109 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle, push down on the top of the handle with your thumb, and then pull the baffle open toward the right. Remove any paper under the baffle. Close the baffle. 10. Close the Finisher Top Cover. To clear area 14: Open the left Finisher Door using the handle above Paper Tray 3.
  • Page 110 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the right until the handle latches into position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. To clear area 15: On the right side of the Finisher area, locate the Bindexer Door.
  • Page 111: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 3 And 4

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jam in Areas 3 and 4 NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam. Carefully inspect the rollers for any debris or torn pieces of paper. When clearing misfeeds, make sure a full sheet of paper is cleared and there are no pieces of paper left in the machine.
  • Page 112: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 5 And 6

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jam in Areas 5 and 6 To clear area 5: Open the Processor Doors using the handle above Paper Tray 1. To the left of Paper Tray 2 is a green handle with an arrow on it. Rotate the handle to the right, and hold it in this position.
  • Page 113: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 7, 6, And 5

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jam in Areas 7, 6, and 5 Clear Jams in order from areas 7, 6, and then area 5. Open the Processor Doors using the handle above Paper Tray 1. To clear area 7: Just below the top of the machine, behind the left Processor Door, is a green handle with an arrow pointing up and to the left.
  • Page 114 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Push the Fuser Assembly into the machine until it stops. To clear area 5: To the left of Paper Tray 2 is a green handle with an arrow on it. Rotate the handle to the right, and hold it in this position.
  • Page 115: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 8 And 9

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jam in Areas 8 and 9 NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam. Carefully inspect the rollers for any debris or torn pieces of paper. When clearing misfeeds, make sure a full sheet of paper is cleared and there are no pieces of paper left in the machine.
  • Page 116: Clear The Paper Jam In Areas 8, 11, 12, And 13

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Turn the green knob (located to the right of the lever) in the direction of the arrow on the knob. This will move any jammed sheets of paper further along the paper path to where the sheets are more accessible and easier to remove.
  • Page 117 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Grasp the handle and rotate it to the right. Remove any paper in this area. Rotate the handle to the left, to the latched position. If the handle does not stay in position when released, it is not latched properly. Close the Finisher Door.
  • Page 118 Solutions in Alphabetical Order 12. Grasp the green handle and rotate it to the left to open the baffle. 13. Remove any paper under the baffle. 14. Close the baffle. 15. Locate the green handle on the right side of the mechanical assembly. This is area 13. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 119: Clear The Paper Jams In Areas 16 And 17

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 16. Grasp the handle, push down on the top of the handle with your thumb, and then pull the baffle open toward the right. 17. Remove any paper under the baffle. 18. Close the baffle. 19. Close the Finisher Top Cover. Clear the Paper Jams in Areas 16 and 17 To clear area 16: Open the Finisher Doors.
  • Page 120 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Close the Bindexer Door. To clear area 17: Open the Finisher Top Cover by lifting the handle to release the cover. Push the cover open all the way. Under the Finisher Top Cover, locate the large silver colored transport. On the very front of the transport is a black rod handle with a silver spring on each side.
  • Page 121: Clear The Paper Jams In Areas 17 And 19

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jams in Areas 17 and 19 To clear areas 17 and 19: Open the Finisher Top Cover by lifting the handle to release the cover. Push the cover open all the way. Open the Finisher Doors. Some machines will have a large silver colored transport under the top cover, approximately the same size as the top cover.
  • Page 122 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear sheets from Area 19. Close the Finisher Doors. Close the Finisher Top Cover. DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 123: Clear The Paper Jams In Areas 7, 6, 5, 4, And 2

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Clear the Paper Jams in Areas 7, 6, 5, 4, and 2 NOTE: These areas should be cleared in the order given; from areas 7, 6, 5, 4, and then area 2. To clear area 7: Open the Processor Doors.
  • Page 124 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Push the Fuser Module into the machine until it stops. To clear area 5: To the left of Paper Tray 2 is a green handle with an arrow on it. Rotate the handle to the right, and hold it in this position.
  • Page 125: Clear The Stitcher A Fault

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order 19. Lower the green handle back into position. NOTE: Even if paper is not visible, go through the sequence to clear the paper jam. Carefully inspect the rollers for any debris or torn pieces of paper. When clearing misfeeds, make sure a full sheet of paper was cleared and there are no pieces of paper left in the machine.
  • Page 126 Solutions in Alphabetical Order 10. Insert the plug into the slot on the measuring bracket. The measuring bracket is a black metal piece on the right side of a very large gray metal block. 11. Feed the wire until the wire touches the back of the measuring bracket. 12.
  • Page 127: Fan The Paper, Turn The Paper Over, And Reload

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Fan the Paper, Turn the Paper Over, and Reload Open the paper tray you are using. Remove the paper from the tray and lay it on a flat surface. Place the palm of your hand on the centre of the stack of paper to hold it firmly. Place the other hand at one corner of the stack and fan through the paper.
  • Page 128: If Printing To The Edges Of The Paper Stock, Set Lead Edge Screening To Stress

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Push the Fuser drawer all the way into the machine until it latches in place. Make sure the drawer is latched before closing the Processor Doors. Close the Processor Doors. If Printing to the Edges of the Paper Stock, set Lead Edge Screening to Stress Selecting Stress Lead Edge Screening helps reduce the risk of fuser jams when printing jobs with black areas on the lead edge, or when printing a document from edge to edge.
  • Page 129: If The Job Is Sent From A Digipath, Clean The Document Glass On The Digipath

    Document Glass clean will result in fewer misfeeds when using the multisheet or single sheet feeder functions of the Document Handler. CAUTION: Use only water or Xerox Lens and Mirror Cleaner to clean the glass. Pour the cleaner on the cloth. Do not pour the cleaner directly on the glass.
  • Page 130: Open And Close The Area 3 And 4 Baffles Securely

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Open and Close the Area 3 and 4 Baffles Securely The baffles are metal plates or wireforms of the paper path that guide the paper through the machine. Some baffles can be opened while clearing a paper jam and not closed properly; causing further paper jams. Examine the baffles to make sure they are not open.
  • Page 131: Open And Close The Area 9 Baffle Securely

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Open and Close the Area 9 Baffle Securely The baffles are metal plates or wireforms of the paper path that guide the paper through the machine. Some baffles can be opened while clearing a paper jam and not closed properly; causing further paper jams. Examine the baffles to make sure they are not open.
  • Page 132: Perform An Immediate Shutdown At The Docusp

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Perform an Immediate Shutdown at the DocuSP NOTE: Before you begin, you must be logged on as a System Administrator or Trusted User. If jobs are currently printing or waiting to print, you will need to place them on hold. If you are using DocuSP software version 2.x or below, open the DocuSP Print Services window.
  • Page 133: Power Off, Then Power On The Printer

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Doors. There are three circuit breakers below the gauge; cb101, cb102, and cb103. Push up on each breaker handle to reset it. Close the Electrical Module door. Power ON using the main power button. Close the Processor Door. Power OFF, Then Power ON the Printer WARNING: Powering OFF the printer will result in the loss of all jobs in the print queue.
  • Page 134: Push Down On The Stacker Safety Door

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Push Down on the Stacker Safety Door NOTE: If the Stacker Safety Door is stuck in the UP position then you will need to open the Finisher Top Cover before you open the Front Doors. Open the Finisher doors, by lifting up on the handle on the left side of the door and pull open toward you.
  • Page 135: Read The Meter

    In the DocuSP Print Services window, select [Administration]. The System Administration window will be displayed. Select [Billing]. The Xerox Billing Report window will be displayed. Meter A is the counter used to report impressions for billing purposes. METER A: tracks the total number of impressions, imaged sides, completed by the system. Meter A does include the Administration Pages.
  • Page 136 Solutions in Alphabetical Order Facing the machine, locate the Camming Motor on the back left side of the Fuser Drawer. Reach under the Camming Motor and locate the Camming Motor Brake Release on the bottom of the Camming Motor. The brake looks like a silver / gray square metal plate. Push up on the Camming Motor Brake Release and hold the brake in the up position until the Camming Motor mechanism stops.
  • Page 137: Remove Paper From Interposer Areas B1 And B2

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Remove Paper From Interposer Areas B1 and B2 To Clear Area B1: Open the Interposer Front Doors. Pull up and to the left on the green handle labeled 'B1'. The handle is located in the lower-middle area of the Interposer.
  • Page 138: Reset The White Power Switch

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Reset the White Power Switch Open the Processor Doors. Locate Paper Tray 1. The white power switch is above and to the right of the paper tray. The switch is marked with the number 0 on the bottom and the number 1 on the top. Make sure the top of the switch is depressed, or pushed down.
  • Page 139: Tap On The Toner (dry Ink) Cartridge To Loosen The Toner

    Solutions in Alphabetical Order Tap on the Toner (Dry Ink) Cartridge to Loosen the Toner Open the left Processor Door. Carefully, pull the Toner Cartridge out of the machine until it stops. Tap on the side of the cartridge several times to loosen the Toner. Push the cartridge back into the machine until it stops.
  • Page 140 Perform Printer Functions DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 141: Perform Printer Functions

    7. Perform Printer Functions These Printer Functions detail instructions are all available at www.support.xerox.com. 1-10 are included in this book. 1. How To Add a Font to the DocuSP Controller 2. How To Allow Main, Aux, Auto, and Unspecified to be Used as Stock Names 3.
  • Page 142: Add A Font To The Docusp Controller

    Perform Printer Functions 1. Add a Font to the DocuSP Controller Additional fonts can be loaded onto the controller from diskette, CD, or a UNIX directory. If the source is a UNIX directory, the directory must be on a mounted file system accessible at the controller.
  • Page 143: Allow Main, Aux, Auto, Or Unspecified To Be Used As Stock Names

    Perform Printer Functions 2. Allow Main, Aux, Auto, or Unspecified to be Used as Stock Names NOTE: When Main, Aux, Auto, or Unspecified is used as stock name, the DocuSP displays an error message 'Main, Aux, Auto, or Unspecified is an Invalid stock name, stock name must contain only letters, digits, spaces, or the underline character, and cannot be Main, Aux, Auto, or Unspecified.' To create stock name with Main, Aux, Auto, or Unspecified:...
  • Page 144: Backup Vipp Files Before An Upgrade

    Perform Printer Functions 3. Backup VIPP Files Before an Upgrade The VIPP system files are any directories and/or files located under /usr/xgf. The working VIPP files are, by default, located under /usr/xgfc. However, mappings can be made to other locations, so check the /usr/xgf/src/xgfunix.run file. This file lists the search paths that VIPP can use to find files.
  • Page 145: Check The Systems Queue Output Location And Finishing Selections

    Perform Printer Functions 4. Check the Systems Queue Output Location and Finishing Selections NOTE: Before you begin you must be logged on as an Administrator. See the Related Items below for additional information. If you are using DocuSP version 3.x: 1.
  • Page 146: Clear The Faulted Job

    Perform Printer Functions 5. Clear the Faulted Job To select Reset from the fault frame on DocuSP software version 3.x: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx (or your printer model) window, select the fault from the Fault List that you want to reset. The Fault List is located in the upper-right corner of the window below the word System.
  • Page 147: Create A New Queue

    Perform Printer Functions 6. Create a New Queue NOTE: You must be logged in as System Administrator or Trusted User to perform this task. To create a queue using DocuSP software version 3.x or above: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx (or your printer model) window, click on the [Queue Manager] icon.
  • Page 148: Delete A Job In Job Manager

    Perform Printer Functions 7. Delete a Job in Job Manager To delete a job in Job Manager using DocuSP software version 3.x: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx window, select [System], then select [Logon] from the toolbar menu. 2.
  • Page 149: Disable Stock Size Checking

    Perform Printer Functions 8. Disable Stock Size Checking NOTE: You must be logged in as System Administrator to perform this task. To disable Stock Size Checking using DocuTech software version 3.x: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx window, select [Printer Manager].
  • Page 150: Display All Active Machine Faults

    Perform Printer Functions 9. Display all Active Machine Faults To find a list of the most recent faults using DocuSP software version 3.x and above: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series for 61xx window, select [System] from the toolbar. A menu will be displayed. 2.
  • Page 151: 10. Enable And Bring On-line An External Finisher

    Perform Printer Functions 10. Enable and Bring On-line an External Finisher NOTE: Examples of external Finishers include the Signature Booklet Maker (SBM), Signature Booklet Maker II (SBMII), Borg, High Capacity Stacker (HCS), and Document Booklet Systems (DBS). Before you begin, make sure you are logged on as System Administrator.
  • Page 152 Perform Printer Functions external Finishers. NOTE: Only one external Finisher can be active at a time. 4. If there are no Finishers enabled and on-line, continue with steps 5-9. If there is a Finisher enabled (denoted by a check mark in the Enable column to the right of the Finisher name) that you do not wish to use and you need to enable a different Finisher, perform steps 10-16.
  • Page 153: Programming Features

    Programming Features 8. Programming Features Add Binding to a Job NOTE: You must be logged in as System Administrator or Trusted User to perform this task. To Add Binding to a job in the Job Queue using DocuSP software version 3.x: 1.
  • Page 154: Enable Offset Stacking

    Programming Features Enable Offset Stacking NOTE: Before you begin you must be logged on as a System Administrator or Trusted User. To enable Offset Stacking using DocuSP software version 3.x or above: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series for 61xx window, select [Printer Manager]. The Printer Manager window will be displayed.
  • Page 155: Export The Accounting Log

    Programming Features Export the Accounting Log 1. From the DocuSP Display Screen, logon as the Trusted User or System Administrator. See the Related Items below for additional information. 2. Click on [Administration] from the toolbar, then click [Accounting]. The Accounting window will be displayed and the Accounting Log will be retrieved.
  • Page 156: Program Image Shift For A Job

    Programming Features Program Image Shift for a Job To program Image Shift for a job with DocuSP software version 3.x: 1. From the DocuSP for DocuSP 2000 Series 61xx window, select [Job Manager]. The Job Manager window is displayed. 2. Click to select the job. The job will be highlighted. 3.
  • Page 157: Program Tabs

    Programming Features Program Tabs NOTE: Jobs must be in a Held or Pending status to perform this function. DocuSP 3.x If you are using DocuSP software version 3.x or above: In the DocuSP for DocuTech 2000 Series 61xx window, select [Job Manager]. Right-click the desired job.
  • Page 158: Program The Pcl Paper Stock Sequences To Pull From A Specific Paper Tray At The Printer

    Programming Features Program the PCL Paper Stock Sequences to Pull From a Specific Paper Tray at the Printer This programming process is intended for the experienced user. If tray calls are not working as intended, check the PCL dump of the file to make sure the expected escape sequences are being used.
  • Page 159 Programming Features • Tray 1 - 8.5x11, Red, Plain • Tray 2 - 8.5x11, Blue, Plain • Tray 3 - 8.5x11, White, Plain 2. Program the PCL Paper Source settings in the Queue Manager: • Standard &l1H = Red, Plain •...
  • Page 160 Programming Features 18. Select [Close]. 19. Select [OK]. DocuSP 2.x Program the Paper Tray settings in the Printer Manager: 1. In the DocuSP Print Services window, select Printer Manager. The Printer Manager window will be displayed. 2. Click to select [Tray 1] to highlight it. 3.
  • Page 161: Uncheck The Job Ticket In Job Forwarding

    Examples of workflows that require Job Forwarding without an accompanying ticket: • When job forwarding to a non-DocuSP printer. Most other printers do not comprehend the Xerox Job Ticket (as prepended to the PDL file) and the job does not print properly on the non-DocuSP target printer. •...
  • Page 162: Setup Job Forwarding For Printer To Printer In Docusp

    Programming Features Setup Job Forwarding for Printer to Printer in DocuSP The ability to forward a job from one DocuSP printer to a second DocuSP printer is an added feature of DocuSP version 3.6. Job Forwarding allows the Trusted User or Administrator to select any active job from the Job Manager and forward it to another DocuSP 3.1 or later system.
  • Page 163 Programming Features GetTIFF macro jobs that reference PostScript or TIFF files. Jobs requiring file referencing can be forwarded using common mount points between the DocuSP controllers where the referenced files are stored. • The name and IP Address of the receiving DocuSP controllers must be in the /etc/hosts file of the sending controller.
  • Page 164 Sensor Maps DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 165: Sensor Maps

    Sensor Maps 9. Sensor Maps Paper Handling Module Sensor Locations Q811 Tray 1 Take Away Roll Sensor Q812 Tray 1 Stack Relief Sensor Q821 Tray 2 Take Away Roll Sensor Q822 Tray 2 Stack Relief Sensor Q831 Tray 3 Feed Sensor Q832 Tray 3 Transport Sensor Q841 Duplex Inverter Position Sensor Q842 Duplex Inverter Exit Sensor...
  • Page 166: Inverter Sensor Locations

    Sensor Maps Inverter Sensor Locations Q1201 Finisher Entrance Sensor Q1202 Post Inverter Sensor Q1203 Top Transport Output Sensor Q1204 Top Tray Empty Q1205 Bin A Entrance Sensor Q1206 Bin B Entrance Sensor Q1207 Bin C Entrance Sensor Q1222 Bins Exit Sensor DT6180 HandyBook...
  • Page 167: Finisher Sensor Locations

    Sensor Maps Finisher Sensor Locations Q1210 Set in Tilt Bed Sensor Q1211 Flapper Position Sensor Q1213 Tape in Guide Sensor Q1215 Stitcher Position Encoder Q1216 Catch Wire A Sensor Q1217 Catch Wire B Sensor Q1218 Rear Stack Height Sensor Q1219 Stacker Drawer Empty Sensor Q1221 Set Path Sensor Q1222 Bins Exit Sensor Q1223 Tape Feeder Sensor...
  • Page 168: Interposer Sensor Locations

    Sensor Maps Interposer Sensor Locations Q1422 Top Transport Entrance Sensor Q1423 Top Transport Exit Sensor Q1424 Lower Transport Turn Jam Sensor Q1425 Lower Transport Exit Jam Sensor Q1426 Loop Jam Sensor DT6180 HandyBook...

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