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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Operator's Manual for Copying Functions...
  • Page 3: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the TOSHIBA multifunctional digital systems. We have provided you with this manual for the operation of this equipment. This operator’s manual describes the following: How to use this equipment How to inspect and carry out maintenance on this equipment How to remedy mechanical and copying problems Be sure to read this manual before using this equipment.
  • Page 4: Notice To Users

    Notice to Users After a suitable place has been selected for the installation of the e-STUDIO195/225/245, please do not change it. Avoid excessive heat, dust, vibration and direct sunlight. Also, provide proper ventilation as the copier emits a small amount of ozone.
  • Page 5 For EU only Following information is for EU-member states only: This product is marked according to the requirement in EU-Directive 2002/96/EC. (Directive on Waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE) The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be disposed as unsorted municipal waste and has to be collected separately.
  • Page 6: Before Reading This Manual

    Before Reading This Manual Lineup of our manuals These manuals are provided for the operation of the e-STUDIO195/225/245. Select and read the manual best suited to your needs. This manual is the Operator’s Manual for Copying Functions. Basic functions Operator’s Manual for Copying Functions (Booklet, This manual) This manual describes the basic operations, mainly copying functions, of this equipment.
  • Page 7: Scanning Functions

    Scanning functions The Scanner Upgrade Kit GA-1202 (optional) is necessary for using the scanning functions. Quick Start Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file) This manual gives the basic information regarding the scanning functions, such as the GA- 1202 accessories, necessary environmental conditions and outline of network connections as well as troubleshooting.
  • Page 8: How To Read This Manual

    How to read this manual Symbols in this manual To ensure correct and safe use of this equipment, this operator’s manual describes safety pre- cautions according to the three levels shown below. You should fully understand the meaning and importance of these items before reading this manual.
  • Page 9 Other company and product names given in this manual or displayed in this software may be the trademarks of their respective companies. ©2011 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Preface......................1 Notice to Users .....................2 Before Reading This Manual ...............4 TOSHIBA Quality Is Second to None............15 General Precautions...................18 Disclaimer Notice ..................25 Environmental Information................26 Chapter 1 PREPARATION Description of Each Component...............28 Front / Right side ..................28 Left side / Inner side ................29 Configuration of options................31...
  • Page 12 Using Bypass Tray ..................63 Bypass copying ..................64 Chapter 3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Before Making Copies................68 Default settings..................68 Confirming set functions ................68 Paper Selection...................69 Automatic paper selection (APS).............69 Manual paper selection ................70 Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING - ....72 Zooming In/Out Copy Image..............74 Automatic magnification selection (AMS) ..........74 Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper ....76...
  • Page 13 Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM - ...111 Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY - ....113 Registering combination of functions.............113 Recalling combination of functions ............114 Chapter 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Before Changing the Settings ..............119 Displaying the “user functions mode”...
  • Page 14 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Daily Inspection ..................204 Cleaning charger ...................205 Cleaning transfer charger ..............206 Chapter 8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS e-STUDIO195/225/245 Specifications .............210 Continuous copying speed ..............211 Specifications of Options ................212 Packing List ....................214 Copying Function Combination Matrix ..........215 Combination Matrix 1/2................215 Combination Matrix 2/2................216...
  • Page 15 List Print Format..................217 Department code list................217 Function list ...................217 Supply notice list..................218 Mailbox list.....................218 Configuration page list................219 NIC status page list ................219 Menu list ....................220 INDEX ............................221 CONTENTS...
  • Page 16 CONTENTS...
  • Page 17: Toshiba Quality Is Second To None

    Recommended toner cartridges To assure optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only genuine TOSHIBA toner cartridges. If you use a TOSHIBA-recommended toner cartridge, you can utilize the following three func- tions of this equipment: Cartridge detecting function: This function checks if the toner cartridge is correctly installed and notifies you if it is not.
  • Page 18: High Productivity

    Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are designed to provide consistently stable image output. Copier Friendly Supplies Genuine TOSHIBA supplies are designed to help to keep the equipment and all its parts in trou- ble-free working order. Reduction of machine wear is due to TOSHIBA’s intimate knowledge of the equipment’s characteristics ensuring the highest standard of care.
  • Page 19 Environmental Harmony Genuine TOSHIBA toner is manufactured with the environment in mind. We use embossed or plastic labels for our toner cartridges making them fully recyclable. In addition, dust and ozone levels have been reduced to improve the working environment.
  • Page 20: General Precautions

    General Precautions When installing or moving Warning This equipment requires 220 to 240 V AC, 8 A 50/60 Hz electric power. For Saudi Arabia 100 V version, it requires 127 V AC, 12 A 50/60 Hz electric power. Do not use a power supply with a voltage other than that specified. Avoid multiple connections in the same outlet.
  • Page 21 Caution Avoid placing the equipment in a place unsuitable for its weight and also make sure the sur- face is level. Remember that if the equipment falls over, serious injuries could result. Weight of the equipment: approx. 32.0 kg (for the EU), approx. 33.0 kg (except for the EU) Be sure to use the adjusters (safety stopper) to fix the equipment firmly to the floor after mov- ing/installing it.
  • Page 22 Use the antiskid devices to fix the equipment when the Paper Feed Pedestal is installed. Under the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional), there are 4 antiskid devices and 2 stoppers to prevent its falling. When moving this equipment, turn them in the direction of the arrows (see the figures below) and raise them to release the equipment.
  • Page 23 When using the equipment Warning Do not take off the cover of the equipment; otherwise you could be injured or get an electric shock. Do not remove or connect the plug with wet hands, as this could give you an electric shock. Do not place any container with liquid (flower vases, coffee cups, etc.) on or near the equip- ment.
  • Page 24 Position of Certification label, etc. Explanatory label Identification label For EU Except for EU Warning label Warning for high-temperature areas ( ventilation holes ) Warning for high-temperature areas ( fuser unit ) General Precautions...
  • Page 25: During Maintenance Or Inspection

    Other points Do not turn the power OFF with jammed paper left inside the equipment. This could cause malfunctions when the main switch is turned ON next time. Be sure to turn the power OFF when leaving the office or if there is a power failure. Be careful because the paper exit area and paper just after exiting are hot.
  • Page 26 First-aid measures If you inhale or touch toner, etc; carry out the following treatment. Inhalation: Remove from exposure area to fresh air immediately. Contact a physician if there is any difficulty in breathing or other signs of distress. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water. Wash clothing before reuse. If irritation occurs or is persis- tent, seek medical attention.
  • Page 27: Disclaimer Notice

    Prod- ucts. 3. TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, claim or dam- age whatsoever caused by any of the following: (a) use or handling of the Product otherwise than in accordance with the manuals, including but not limited to Operator’s Manual, User’s Guide, and/or incorrect or careless handling or...
  • Page 28: Environmental Information

    ENERGY STAR Program Toshiba Tec Corporation, as a member of the ENERGY STAR Program, attaches the ENERGY STAR logo to all products which meet the ENERGY STAR Program requirements. The ENERGY STAR Program aims at the promotion of the development and wider usage of office equipment including energy-efficient computers in order to address environmental issues such as global warming.
  • Page 29 PREPARATION This chapter describes what you need to know before using this equipment, such as how to turn the power ON or how to set copy paper. Description of Each Component ................28 Front / Right side..........................28 Left side / Inner side..........................29 Configuration of options ........................31 Control panel.............................32 “Copy mode”...
  • Page 30: Chapter 1 Preparation

    1 PREPARATION Description of Each Component Front / Right side 1. Platen Cover (optional, KA-1640PC) Place an original on the original glass and start copying with this cover closed. 2. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional, MR-3023) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional, MR-2020) A stack of originals placed on this are scanned one sheet after another.
  • Page 31: Left Side / Inner Side

    7. Paper feed cover (Upper: Paper Feed Unit / Lower: Paper Feed Pedestal) 8. Paper size indicator 9. Drawer Module (optional, MY-1028) Use this to add one more drawer to the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional, KD-1022). The max- imum 550 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m ) can be placed at once.
  • Page 32 1 PREPARATION 1. Original glass Use this to copy three-dimensional originals, book-type originals and special paper such as overhead transparencies or tracing paper, as well as plain paper. P.54 “Placing Originals” 2. Control panel Use this to perform copying, key in the copy quantity, or set other functions. P.32 “Control panel”...
  • Page 33: Configuration Of Options

    Configuration of options The options listed below are available. Contact your service technician or service representative for the details. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder Platen Cover ( MR-3023 ) ( KA-1640PC ) Automatic Document Feeder ( MR-2020 ) External Keyboard ( GJ-1160 ) Operator's Manual Pocket ( Back side ) ( KK-1660 ) Automatic Duplexing Unit...
  • Page 34: Control Panel

    1 PREPARATION Control panel 1. APS/AMS selecting button/lamps Automatic paper selection (APS): The equipment detects the size of original and automat- ically selects the same size of copy paper. P.69 “Paper Selection” Automatic magnification selection (AMS): Set the size of copy paper to be used in advance.
  • Page 35 6. [SETTINGS] button Use this to confirm the copying functions currently set. P.68 “Confirming set functions” 7. Selecting buttons (Left, Center, Right) Use them to select items or operation in each menu. Items or operation corresponding to each button appears at the lower section of the LCD screen. e.g.) “Copy mode”...
  • Page 36 1 PREPARATION 16. Alarm lamp This lamp blinks when an error such as paper jams or running out of toner has occurred. P.174 “When This Message Appears” 17. [DATA] lamp This lamp blinks while print data or Fax are being received. 18.
  • Page 37: Copy Mode" Main Screen

    “Copy mode” main screen After the power of the equipment is turned ON and the warm-up is finished, the display below is shown on the LCD screen. This display is called the “copy mode” main screen. READY 100% NONSORT ZOOM FINISHING EDIT This “copy mode”...
  • Page 38: Preparation 1 - Turning Power On

    1 PREPARATION Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON Turning power ON Press the power switch to “ ” (ON) side. The equipment starts warming itself up. The warm-up time takes approx. 25 seconds. When the warm-up has finished, the equipment is ready for copying. “READY” appears on the LCD screen.
  • Page 39: Saving Energy When Not In Use - Energy Saving Mode

    Turning power OFF Press the power switch to “ ” (OFF) side. Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode - To reduce power consumption, the equipment automatically enters into the energy saving mode when a specified period of time has passed since its last use. You can also turn the equipment into this mode manually.
  • Page 40 1 PREPARATION Sleep mode When any of the [ENERGY SAVER] button, the [START] button and the function switching buttons on the control panel is pressed When this equipment is connected to a PC with a USB cable When printing is performed from a PC connected with this equipment When the Weekly Timer reaches the time for the power to be turned ON When Fax data are received When the Platen Cover (optional) or the Automatic Document Feeder / Reversing Automatic...
  • Page 41: Preparation 2 - Placing Copy Paper

    *3 Automatic duplex copying is not available. *4 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
  • Page 42: Recommended Paper

    1 PREPARATION Recommended paper To ensure the best copy performance, TOSHIBA recommends the paper types listed below. If you want to use paper other than that we recommend, contact your service technician. Media type Product name Plain paper TGIS Paper / Mondi...
  • Page 43: Placing Paper In Drawers

    Placing paper in drawers Follow the procedure below to place copy paper in the drawer. For the acceptable paper, see the following page: P.39 “Acceptable media types” Turn the power of the equipment ON. Pull out the drawer carefully. Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop. Press down the paper plate.
  • Page 44 1 PREPARATION Place paper in the drawer. The maximum number of sheets that can be placed at one time is 250 (64 to 80 ). Be sure that the stack height of paper is not higher than the line indicated at the inner side of the side guide and trailing guide.
  • Page 45 Move the end guide to the trailing edge of the paper while pushing its lower part in the direction of the arrows. Do not allow any gap between the paper and the end guide in the drawer. While holding the green lever of the front side guide, adjust the side guides to the paper size.
  • Page 46 1 PREPARATION Change the paper size indicator to match the size of paper placed. Push the drawer straight into the equipment slowly until it comes to a stop. Do not let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could cause injury. Register the paper size into the equipment.
  • Page 47: Placing Paper In The Drawers Of Paper Feed Pedestal (Optional)

    Placing paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) Follow the procedure below to place copy paper in the drawers of the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional). For the acceptable paper, see the following page: P.39 “Acceptable media types” Pull out the drawer carefully. Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop.
  • Page 48 1 PREPARATION Push the right side of the side guide lock to unlock it. While pushing the green knob of the side guides, adjust the side guides at the position of the desired paper size. Adjust the side guides with both hands. Place paper in the drawer.
  • Page 49 Adjust the side guides. Be sure that a gap of approx. 0.5 mm (less than 1.0 mm in total) is left between the paper and each side guide (shown as “A” in the picture). If the gap is inappropriate, this could cause a paper misfeed.
  • Page 50 1 PREPARATION Push the drawer straight until it comes to a stop. Do not let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could cause injury. Register the paper size into the equipment. When you place paper, register the size of the paper into the equipment. Be sure that the size is registered correctly, or it could cause a paper jam.
  • Page 51: Preparation 3 - Registering Size Of Paper Placed

    Preparation 3 - Registering Size of Paper Placed When you place paper in a drawer for the first time or when you place paper whose size is differ- ent from that of the paper which has been placed in the drawer, the new paper size needs to be registered into the equipment.
  • Page 52: Registering Other Standard Sizes

    1 PREPARATION Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the paper size you placed in the drawer is lit. If the [CANCEL] button is pressed at this step, the size is not registered and the equipment will return to its normal status. Press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 53 Press the [DRAWER] button several times until the lamp of the drawer in which you placed paper is lit. Press the [COPY] button several times until the [OTHER] lamp is lit. Press the selecting buttons (Center, Right) to select the size of the paper placed in the drawer.
  • Page 55 HOW TO MAKE COPIES This chapter describes basic copy operations. Placing Originals.....................54 Acceptable originals ..........................54 Placing originals on the original glass ....................55 Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogues.............56 Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) 57 Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) ............................58 Making Copies......................59...
  • Page 56: Chapter 2 How To Make Copies

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Placing Originals Acceptable originals Booklets, three-dimensional objects and some types of special media can be placed on the orig- inal glass, as well as plain paper. When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, a stack of plain paper originals can be automat- ically scanned one by one.
  • Page 57: Placing Originals On The Original Glass

    Placing originals on the original glass Plain paper or some special media types which are not acceptable for the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional), such as overhead trans- parencies or tracing paper, should be placed on the original glass. Do not place heavy objects (4 kg or more) and do not press on it with force.
  • Page 58: Placing Booklet-Type Originals Such As Books Or Catalogues

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Doc- ument Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) carefully. Placing booklet-type originals such as books or catalogues Place a book-type original on the original glass. Do not place heavy objects (4 kg or more) and do not press on it with force.
  • Page 59: Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (Optional)

    Using Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) When a stack of originals are placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional), the originals are automatically scanned one by one. The following types of originals are available Maximum number of Media types Maximum size...
  • Page 60: Placing Originals On Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (Optional)

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Placing originals on Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) Align all the originals. Place them face up and align the side guides to the original length. The top sheet of the originals will be scanned first. The total sheets of originals placed must not exceed 100 (50 to 80 g/m ) or the stack height of the originals must not exceed 16 mm regardless of their sizes.
  • Page 61: Making Copies

    Making Copies Follow the procedure below to make copies. Various copying functions are available. See the following page for the details: P.67 “COPYING FUNCTIONS” P.81 “ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS” Check if paper is placed in the drawer. For the acceptable types and sizes of paper, see the following pages: P.39 “Acceptable media types”...
  • Page 62 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES The paper exit area and exiting paper are hot immediately after the exit. Handle them with care. When “Next original?” appears Next original? This message appears when “SORT” is selected for the exiting method while an original is being placed on the original glass, or when 2-sided copying is being performed.
  • Page 63: Stopping/Resuming Copying

    Stopping/Resuming copying Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button to stop scanning or copying. Press the [CLEAR/STOP] button during scanning or copying. Scanning or copying stops, and the LCD screen shows as follows: Memory clear? Cancel job? Press the selecting button (Right) or buttons and select “YES”...
  • Page 64: Interrupting Copying And Making Another Copy - Interrupt Copy

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Interrupting copying and making another copy - Interrupt copy - You can interrupt copying of one job and make another copy job (= interrupt copying). The copy quantity or functions applied to the interrupted job are stored in the memory of this equipment, so that you will not need to set them again when the interrupted job resumes.
  • Page 65: Using Bypass Tray

    *3 Automatic duplex copying is not available. *4 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
  • Page 66: Bypass Copying

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Bypass copying In this section, the procedure is described with A4 size paper placed on the bypass tray as an example. Place paper straight on the bypass tray face down. Then align the side guides to the paper length while holding (A). Up to 100 sheets of plain paper (64 to 80 g/m ) can be set.
  • Page 67: Set The Paper Size

    Check the menu. If the paper size has already been registered, the following menu is displayed. In this case, proceed to step 5. Ready for bypass 100% SORT ZOOM FINISHING EDIT If the paper size has not been registered, the following menu is displayed. In this case, proceed to step 3.
  • Page 68 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Place the original. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button. Copying starts. When you make copies on overhead transparencies using the bypass tray, pick up the transparencies which have exited onto the receiving tray one by one. If the transparen- cies pile up, they may become curled and not be good for projection.
  • Page 69 COPYING FUNCTIONS This chapter describes various functions related to copy operations, such as how to make enlargement or reduction copies, or how to adjust the quality of copy images. Before Making Copies ....................68 Default settings ..........................68 Confirming set functions........................68 Paper Selection .......................69 Automatic paper selection (APS) ......................69 Manual paper selection ........................70 Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING -......72...
  • Page 70: Before Making Copies

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Before Making Copies Default settings Initial settings established when the equipment is powered on before any of the user functions are changed are called default settings. Each setting returns to its default when the power is turned ON, when the energy saving mode is canceled, and when the [FUNCTION CLEAR] but- ton is pressed.
  • Page 71: Paper Selection

    Paper Selection You can select the size of copy paper in two ways; one is automatic paper selection in which the equipment automatically selects copy paper of the same size as the original, and the other is manual paper selection in which you can select the desired paper size manually. Automatic paper selection (APS): The equipment detects the size of the original placed and automatically selects copy paper of the same size as the original.
  • Page 72: Manual Paper Selection

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Press the APS/AMS selecting button and select APS. (The APS lamp is lit.) The default setting at the installation is APS. If the direction of paper in the drawer differs from that of originals, the image of the original can be copied being rotated by 90 degrees, as long as their sizes are the same (B5 and A4 only).
  • Page 73 Press the [DRAWER] button several times until the lamp of the desired drawer is lit. e.g.) Selecting the drawer of the equipment Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button. Paper Selection...
  • Page 74: Copying Different Sizes In One Go - Mixed-Size Copying

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Copying Different Sizes in One Go - MIXED-SIZE COPYING - When different sizes of originals are mixed and placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional), some combinations of sizes can be copied in one go. The combination of A3 and A4, B4 and B5, or A4-R and FOLIO is available.
  • Page 75 If you want to copy all the originals on the same size paper, press the [DRAWER] button to select the drawer. e.g.) Selecting the drawer of the equipment Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button. Copying starts.
  • Page 76: Zooming In/Out Copy Image

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Zooming In/Out Copy Image You can set the reproduction ratio of the copy image in the following three ways: Automatic magnification selection (AMS): Specify the size of the copy paper in advance. As the original is placed, the equipment then detects the size of the original and sets the reproduction ratio most suited to the size of copy paper automatically.
  • Page 77 Place paper in the drawer. Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired paper size is lit. e.g.) Selecting A4 size You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same procedure. Press the APS/AMS selecting button until the AMS lamp is lit.
  • Page 78: Specifying Both The Sizes Of The Original And The Copy Paper

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Specifying both the sizes of the original and the copy paper Place paper in the drawer. Place the original. Press the [ORIGINAL] button several times until the lamp of the desired original size is lit. e.g.) Selecting B4 for the original Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired paper size is lit.
  • Page 79: Specifying Reproduction Ratio Manually

    Specifying reproduction ratio manually Place paper in the drawer. Place the original. Press the selecting button (Left). The LCD screen shows as follows: ZOOM 100% 25% ---- 200% 100% Press the selecting button (Center: – or Right: +) to set the desired reproduction ratio.
  • Page 80: Selecting Image Mode

    3 COPYING FUNCTIONS Selecting Image Mode You can select the most suitable quality of the copied image in the following three modes depending on the originals: TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed PHOTO: Originals with photographs TEXT: Originals with text only or with text and fine illustrations only “TEXT/PHOTO”...
  • Page 81: Adjusting Density Level

    Adjusting Density Level The automatic copy density mode, which automatically selects the most suitable density level for the copied image by detecting that of the original, is set by default at the installation of the equip- ment. You can also adjust the density level as desired manually (=manual copy density mode) in the following procedure: Place paper in the drawer.
  • Page 83 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS This chapter describes some useful copying functions, such as how to copy more than one page into a single sheet of paper or how to print date and time on copy paper. Copy Menu.......................82 Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying -.......84 Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION - ........85 Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT - ......86 Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT - ..........88...
  • Page 84: Chapter 4 Advanced Copying Functions

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Copy Menu This equipment provides you of many convenient copying functions. When you press the select- ing button (Right) on the “copy mode” main screen, the copy menu appears. Select the desired function in this menu. FINISHING DUPLEX 2IN1/4IN1...
  • Page 85: Copy Function List

    Copy function list The copying functions displayed on the copy menu are shown below. Function Description FINISHING Selects finishing modes for paper copied and exited to the receiving tray. P.84, P.85, SORT: Exited in the same order as originals in each set. P.86) NONSORT: Exited without being sorted.
  • Page 86: Copying In Same Page Order As Originals - Sort Copying

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Copying in Same Page Order as Originals - Sort Copying - When you make several sets of copies, the copies can be made to exit in the same order as the originals in each set. This is called sort copying. Copied and sorted in 2 sets Copied in 2 sets without being sorted Place paper in the drawer.
  • Page 87: Sorting Alternately One Set By One - Alternation

    Sorting Alternately One Set by One - ALTERNATION - When you make several sets of copies, the copies can be sorted and made to exit alternately one set by one. This is called alternation. You need to place copy paper in one drawer in a land- scape direction and place that of the same size in another drawer in a portrait direction in advance.
  • Page 88: Sorting In Magazine Type Arrangement - Magazine Sort

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Sorting in Magazine Type Arrangement - MAGAZINE SORT - The copies can be made to exit in a booklet-type page arrangement. This is called magazine sort. You can make a booklet by folding and binding the stack of copied paper at its center. A3, A4-R, A5-R, B4 and B5-R sizes are available for this function.
  • Page 89 Select the duplex copying mode most suited to the original, and then press the [ENTER] button. 1>2: When originals are 1-sided 2>2: When originals are 2-sided MAGAZINE SORT 1>2 2>2 The magazine sort is set. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 90: Shifting Paper To Make Margin - Image Shift

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Shifting Paper to Make Margin - IMAGE SHIFT - You can make a margin on copy paper by shifting the whole paper to the right or left. The margin can be used for punching holes or stapling. When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equipment in advance.
  • Page 91 Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button. The margin width can be set between 4 mm and 15 mm. RIGHT MARGIN 4mm ---- 15mm The image shift is set. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 92: Erasing Shadow On Edge - Edge Erase

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Erasing Shadow on Edge - EDGE ERASE - When you make copies of thick objects such as books, the edge of copied image may be dark- ened by shadow. When you use this copied image as an original, you can erase this shadow and make a margin only on the edge of paper with this function.
  • Page 93 Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button. The margin width can be set between 4 mm and 15 mm. EDGE ERASE 4mm ---- 15mm The edge erase is set. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 94: Copying On Both Sides - Duplex

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Copying on Both Sides - DUPLEX - You can select whether originals and paper are 1-sided or 2-sided individually. You can make copies of 1-sided originals into the both sides of paper so that you can save paper. Also you can copy a book into the both sides of paper so that you can make another book.
  • Page 95: Copying On One Side

    BOOK > 2 ( P.96) -12- -13- -13- -13- -15- -12- -15- To scan 2-sided originals automatically, the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is required. To copy on the both sides of paper, the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is required. Copying on one side You can copy 1-sided or 2-sided originals on the one side of paper.
  • Page 96: Copying On Both Sides

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button. Copying starts. Place the next original if you are using the original glass, select “YES”, and then press the [ENTER] button. Repeat this procedure until all the originals are scanned.
  • Page 97 Select the duplex copying mode, and then press the [ENTER] but- ton or button. 1>2 DUPLEX: 1-sided original to 2-sided copy 2>2 DUPLEX: 2-sided original to 2-sided copy DUPLEX 1>1 SIMPLEX 1>2 DUPLEX 2>2 DUPLEX Select the finishing mode, and then press the [ENTER] button. BOOK TYPE: Open to left TABLET TYPE: Open to top DUPLEX...
  • Page 98: Copying Booklet On Both Sides

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Copying booklet on both sides You can copy booklet-type originals such as books or catalogues on the both sides of paper, as in the same manner as the original. Place paper in the drawer. Use plain paper (64 to 80 g/m B5 and A4 sizes are available.
  • Page 99 Select whether the beginning page of the copy is the right or left page, and also select whether the ending page is the right or left page. Then press the [ENTER] button or button. Select among “RIGHT > RIGHT”, “RIGHT > LEFT”, “LEFT > LEFT” and “LEFT > RIGHT”. BOOK >...
  • Page 100 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Place the original, and then select other copy modes as required. Then press the [START] button. Do not place heavy objects (4 kg or more) and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you. Scanning starts.
  • Page 101: Copying Right And Left Pages Separately - Dual Page

    Copying Right and Left Pages Separately - DUAL PAGE - When you place a booklet-type original on the original glass while it is being opened, the right and left pages of the opened section can be copied separately on different paper. Also, when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed, they can be copied on both sides of paper.
  • Page 102 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Select “ON”, and then press the [ENTER] button or button. DUAL PAGE Specify the margin width, and then press the [ENTER] button. The margin width can be set between 8 mm and 30 mm. BOOK MARGIN 15mm 8mm ---- 30mm The dual page is set.
  • Page 103: Printing Page Number, Date And Time - Annotation

    Printing Page Number, Date and Time - ANNOTATION - You can print page numbers, date and time on copied paper. As shown below, the printing posi- tion of page number, time, date, etc. when an original is placed on the Automatic Document Feeder / Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (both optional) is different from that when the original glass is used.
  • Page 104 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Select the item to print, and then press the [ENTER] button. PAGE NUMBER: Page numbers Page, Date&Time: Page numbers, date and time ANNOTATION PAGE NUMBER Page,Date&Time The annotation is set. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 105: Changing Copy Setting On Each Job - Job Build

    Changing Copy Setting on Each Job - JOB BUILD - This function is useful for originals consisting of several jobs (= stacks). You can change settings and scanning methods for each job, and when all the originals have been scanned under the dif- ferent settings, they are copied in one go.
  • Page 106 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Select “ON”, press the [ENTER] button, and then the [CANCEL] but- ton. JOB BUILD The job build function is set and the LCD screen shows as follows: READY (JOB BUILD) SORT ZOOM FINISHING EDIT Place the first job of the originals. Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 107: Copying 2 Or 4 Pages Into 1 Page - 2In1/4In1

    Copying 2 or 4 Pages into 1 Page - 2IN1/4IN1 - 2 or 4 pages of originals can be copied into 1 page by reducing their reproduction ratio. When the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is used, maximum 8 pages can be copied in 1 sheet, using its both sides.
  • Page 108 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Place paper in the drawer. When you place paper on the bypass tray, register the size of the paper into the equip- ment in advance. Select “2IN1/4IN1” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 109 Select the finishing mode, and then press the [ENTER] button. BOOK TYPE: Open to left TABLET TYPE: Open to top DUPLEX BOOK TYPE TABLET TYPE When “1>1 SIMPLEX” is selected in step 4, this procedure is not necessary. The 2IN1 / 4IN1 is set. Select the other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 110: Copying Both Sides Of Card Into 1 Page - Id Card

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD - The both sides of a card-sized original can be copied into one side of A4 paper. This function is useful when you need to copy massive amounts of 2-sided cards. Front side Back side Place paper in the drawer.
  • Page 111: Lower The Platen Cover (Optional) Or The Reversing Automatic Doc

    Place a card original on the original glass. Place the card face down, aligning and pushing it to the left rear corner of the original glass. The portion of an original which is on the upper and left edges (width of approx. 2 mm) of the original glass may not be copied.
  • Page 112 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the Reversing Automatic Doc- ument Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) carefully. Press the [START] button. Copying Both Sides of Card into 1 Page - ID CARD -...
  • Page 113: Changing Sizes In Horizontal And Vertical Directions - Xy Zoom

    Changing Sizes in Horizontal and Vertical Directions - XY ZOOM - You can select each reproduction ratio of the horizontal (X) and vertical (Y) directions separately. Place paper in the drawer. Place the original. Select “XY ZOOM” in the copy menu, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 114 4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Press the [COPY] button several times until the lamp of the desired paper size is lit. e.g.) Selecting A4 for copy paper You can select the desired paper size with the [DRAWER] button in the same proce- dure.
  • Page 115: Registering Functions Frequently Used - Job Memory

    Registering Functions Frequently Used - JOB MEMORY - You can register the combination of functions frequently used, and recall it as required. The combinations once registered will not be deleted by turning the power of the equipment OFF. Up to 4 combinations of functions can be registered. •...
  • Page 116: Recalling Combination Of Functions

    4 ADVANCED COPYING FUNCTIONS Select among “MEMORY1”, “MEMORY2”, “MEMORY3” and “MEMORY4”. Then press the [ENTER] button. e.g.) Selecting “MEMORY4” MEMORY MEMORY2 MEMORY3 MEMORY4 A mark on the left end of the memory name indicates that the combination of functions has already been registered to the memory. When you select a memory number already registered, the memory content will be overwritten.
  • Page 117 Select among “MEMORY1”, “MEMORY2”, “MEMORY3” and “MEMORY4”. Then press the [ENTER] button. e.g.) Selecting “MEMORY4” RECALL MEMORY2 MEMORY3 MEMORY4 A memory to which the combination of functions has already been registered has a mark on the left end of the memory name. The combination of the functions is recalled.
  • Page 119 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS This chapter describes how to change each setting of this equipment. Before Changing the Settings ................119 Displaying the “user functions mode” main screen ................. 119 Operating buttons for changing the settings ...................120 Date and Time .......................121 Clock setting............................121 Date and time display........................123 Display Language Setting ..................124 Paper Size Setting....................125...
  • Page 120 APS / AMS......................159 Image Mode ......................161 Density Adjustment ....................163 Finishing Mode......................165 Pop-Up Display Setting ..................167 Various List Printing .....................169 Menu List Printing....................171 ROM Version Display....................172...
  • Page 121: Before Changing The Settings

    Before Changing the Settings The settings of this equipment can be changed depending on your usage. The screen and the basic button operation are explained in this section. Displaying the “user functions mode” main screen To change the settings, operate the buttons on the control panel viewing the menu. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.
  • Page 122: Operating Buttons For Changing The Settings

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Operating buttons for changing the settings Use the following buttons when changing the settings. [FUNCTION CLEAR] button [CANCEL] button buttons buttons [ENTER] button Digital keys [CLEAR/STOP] button [FUNCTION CLEAR] button: Use this to return the display to the “user functions mode” main screen.
  • Page 123: Date And Time

    Date and Time This section describes how to set a clock and the time stamp display. Clock setting Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “INITIAL SETUP” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS...
  • Page 124 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Key in the date. e.g.) April 10, 2009: [2] [0] [0] [9] [0] [4] [1] [0] SETTING YYYY-MM-DD DAY HH:MM 2009-04-10 09:45 AM Select the date of the week with the buttons, and then press the button.
  • Page 125: Date And Time Display

    Date and time display You can set the display format of the date and time by selecting each item from the “DATE & TIME” menu. DATE & TIME 01.SETTING 02.TIME FORMAT 03.DATE FORMAT Time display format Select the time display format. 24 HOUR: 24-hour display 12 HOUR: 12-hour display TIME FORMAT...
  • Page 126: Display Language Setting

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Display Language Setting This section describes how to switch the display language on the screen. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “INITIAL SETUP” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 127: Paper Size Setting

    Paper Size Setting This section describes how to set the paper size placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 128 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the desired drawer with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DRAWER SIZE 01.DRAWER 1 02.DRAWER 2 03.DRAWER 3 Select the desired paper size with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. Paper sizes that can be set are as follows: A3, A4, A4-R, B4, A5-R, FOLIO, B5, B5-R, LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG (You can set only “DRAWER 3”, “DRAWER 4”...
  • Page 129: Walkup Screen Setting

    Walkup Screen Setting This section describes how to set the screen when the power of the equipment is turned ON. In the initial screen set at the time of shipping, the "copy mode” main screen is displayed. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode”...
  • Page 130 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the desired walkup screen with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. Choose one among COPY, FAX or SCAN. WALKUP SCREEN 1.COPY 2.FAX 3.SCAN “FAX” is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is installed. “SCAN”...
  • Page 131: Timer Setting

    Timer Setting This section describes how to set the following timers. AUTO CLEAR: Time until the selected setting is cleared automatically AUTO LOW POWER: Time until the low power mode is entered AUTO SLEEP: Time until the sleep mode / super sleep mode is entered For the low power mode and sleep mode / super sleep mode, see the following page: P.26 “Energy saving features”...
  • Page 132: Time Of Automatic Low Power Mode

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select “TIMERS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. GENERAL SETTING 01.DRAWER SIZE 02.WALKUP SCREEN 03.TIMERS Select “AUTO CLEAR” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. TIMERS 1.AUTO CLEAR 2.AUTO POWER SAVE 3.AUTO SLEEP Select the time of “AUTO CLEAR”...
  • Page 133 Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS 02.LISTS 03.INITIAL SETUP Select “GENERAL SETTING” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEFAULT SETTINGS 01.GENERAL SETTING 02.COPY SETUP 03.FAX SETUP Select “TIMERS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 134: Time Of Automatic Sleep Mode / Super Sleep Mode

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the time of “AUTO LOW POWER” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. Selectable times are as follows. (Unit: minute) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240 TIMERS AUTO POWER...
  • Page 135 Select “GENERAL SETTING” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEFAULT SETTINGS 01.GENERAL SETTING 02.COPY SETUP 03.FAX SETUP Select “TIMERS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. GENERAL SETTING 01.DRAWER SIZE 02.WALKUP SCREEN 03.TIMERS Select “AUTO SLEEP” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 136: Energy Saving Mode Setting

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Energy Saving Mode Setting You can select the sleep mode or super sleep mode to enable the energy saving mode. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 137: Sleep Mode

    Select the energy saving mode to be enabled with but- tons, and then press the [ENTER] button. ENERGY SAVING MODE 1.SUPER SLEEP MODE 2.SLEEP MODE The setting is completed and the screen returns to step 4. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button.
  • Page 138: Weekly Timer Setting

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Weekly Timer Setting This section describes how to set the weekly timer. Use the weekly timer to set the equipment to enter the sleep mode automatically at the specified time. You can set the equipment to enter the stand-by status when the office hour starts, and to enter the sleep mode when the office hour ends.
  • Page 139 Select “GENERAL SETTING” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEFAULT SETTINGS 01.GENERAL SETTING 02.COPY SETUP 03.FAX SETUP Select “WEEKLY TIMER” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. GENERAL SETTING 02.WALKUP SCREEN 03.TIMERS 04.WEEKLY TIMER Select “ON” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 140 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Key in the time to turn the power OFF, and then press the [ENTER] button. SUNDAY OFF TIME: HH:MM 07:30 The time to turn the power ON/OFF is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 6. Set the time to turn the power ON/OFF for each day of the week by following steps 6 to 8.
  • Page 141: Volume Adjustment

    Volume Adjustment This section describes how to set the alarm volume, key touch volume, ringer volume and moni- tor volume. The menu of this setting is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is installed. When it is not installed, the touch key tone can be switched ON/OFF. P.141 “Touch Key Tone Setting”...
  • Page 142 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the desired volume with the buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. The volume of the following items can be set: Alarm volume, Key touch volume, Ringer volume and Monitor volume e.g.) When “ALARM VOLUME” is selected SPEAKER VOLUME 1.ALARM VOLUME 2.KEY TOUCH VOLUME...
  • Page 143: Touch Key Tone Setting

    Touch Key Tone Setting This section describes how to switch ON/OFF the touch tone when the buttons on the control panel are pressed. The menu of this setting is displayed only when the Fax Kit (optional) is not installed. When it is installed, all of the volume can be adjusted.
  • Page 144 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select “ON” or “OFF” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. TOUCH KEY TONE 1.OFF 2.ON The screen returns to the menu in step 4. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button. The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen. Touch Key Tone Setting...
  • Page 145: Department Code

    Department Code This section describes how to manage and understand the records of copying, Fax transmis- sion/reception and printing of each group (department) in your office with the department code management. When the department code management is enabled, a screen prompting you to enter your department code is displayed before you use this equipment.
  • Page 146 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select “DEPARTMENT CODE” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. GENERAL SETTING 04.WEEKLY TIMER 05.SPEAKER VOLUME 06.DEPARTMENT CODE Select “YES” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE 1.YES 2.NO Select “NEW” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 147 Enter the master code name, and then press the [ENTER] button. MASTER CODE MASTER CODE NUMBER: ENTER MASTER CODE NAME(MAX20): Enter the master code name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed. A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the master code name. The master code name entry can be omitted.
  • Page 148 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Enter the department name, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE DEPARTMENT NUMBER: ENTER DEPARTMENT NAME(MAX20): Enter the department name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed. A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the department name. The department name entry can be omitted.
  • Page 149: Changing Department Names Or Codes

    Changing department names or codes This section describes how to change the department names or codes already registered. Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps: Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode”...
  • Page 150 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select “YES” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE 1.YES 2.NO Key in the department number you want to change its setting, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99): The screen below is displayed for approx.
  • Page 151 Enter a new department name, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE DEPARTMENT NUMBER: ENTER DEPARTMENT NAME(MAX20): Enter the department name only when the External Keyboard (optional) is installed. A maximum of 20 desired letters can be set for the department name. The department name entry can be omitted.
  • Page 152: Deleting Department Codes

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Deleting department codes This section describes how to delete the department codes already registered. Key in the mas- ter code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps: Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode”...
  • Page 153 Select “YES” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE 1.YES 2.NO Key in the department number you want to delete, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE ENTER DEPARTMENT NUMBER(1-99): The screen below is displayed for approx. 2 seconds. DEPARTMENT CODE DEPARTMENT NUMBER: Already assigned...
  • Page 154: Clearing Counter Values

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Clearing counter values This section describes how to clear counter values indicating the total number of pages copied in each department. Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then pro- ceed to the following steps: Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
  • Page 155 Select “YES” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE 1.YES 2.NO Key in the department number you want to clear its counter, and then press the [ENTER] button. Keying in the department number of the master code (“01”) will clear all the department number counter values.
  • Page 156: Printing Out Counter Values

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button. The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen. Printing out counter values This section describes how to print out the value of the total number of pages copied in each department.
  • Page 157: Canceling Department Management

    Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button. The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen. Canceling department management Key in the master code in the department code entry screen, and then proceed to the following steps: Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode”...
  • Page 158 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select “NO” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. DEPARTMENT CODE 1.YES 2.NO Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button. The screen returns to the “copy mode” main screen. Department Code...
  • Page 159: Menu Customize

    Menu Customize This section describes how to change the setting of the custom function. A copy function which has been registered as a custom function can be quickly recalled by pressing the selecting but- ton (Center) on the “copy mode” main screen. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
  • Page 160 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the setting you want to register to the menu customize with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. The following copy functions can be registered: Finishing modes, Duplex, 2IN1/4IN1, Image shift, Dual-page and ID card MENU CUSTOMIZE 4.IMAGE SHIFT 5.DUAL PAGE...
  • Page 161: Aps / Ams

    APS / AMS This section describes how to set the initial selection between “Automatic Paper Selection” and “Automatic Magnification Selection”. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 162 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the initial selection with the buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. APS: Automatic Paper Selection is initially selected. AMS: Automatic Magnification Selection is initially selected. No initial selection APS/AMS 1.APS 2.AMS 3.NO The initial selection is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button.
  • Page 163: Image Mode

    Image Mode This section describes how to change the image mode. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS 02.LISTS 03.INITIAL SETUP Select “COPY SETUP”...
  • Page 164 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the image mode with the buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed PHOTO: Originals with photogravure TEXT: Originals with text (or text and line art) only IMAGE MODE 1.TEXT/PHOTO 2.PHOTO 3.TEXT...
  • Page 165: Density Adjustment

    Density Adjustment This section describes how to switch the mode of the density adjustment. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS 02.LISTS...
  • Page 166 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the mode of the density adjustment with the but- tons, and then press the [ENTER] button. AUTO: The equipment detects the density of an original and sets the appropriate copy density automatically. MANUAL: You can set the copy density manually. LIGHT/DARK 1.AUTO 2.MANUAL...
  • Page 167: Finishing Mode

    Finishing Mode This section describes how to set the initial finishing mode. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “DEFAULT SETTINGS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS 02.LISTS 03.INITIAL SETUP Select “COPY SETUP”...
  • Page 168 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the initial finishing mode with the buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. The following finishing modes can be selected: SORT, NON SORT, ALTERNATION and MAGAZINE SORT FINISHING 2.NON SORT 3.ALTERNATION 4.MAGAZINE SORT The initial finishing mode is set and the screen returns to the menu in step 4. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button or (copy mode) button.
  • Page 169: Pop-Up Display Setting

    Pop-Up Display Setting When you place paper whose size is different from that in the drawer, the new paper size needs to be registered. If the paper is often replaced, the registration menu can be displayed automati- cally whenever the drawer is closed. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button.
  • Page 170 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS If “ON” is selected, a message appears when the drawer is closed. If you set “ON” for “DRAWER SET POP-UP”, a message will appear when the drawer is closed. In this case, register the paper size according to the following procedure. If you placed paper whose size is different from that of the paper previously set, select “YES”.
  • Page 171: Various List Printing

    Various List Printing This section describes how to print the list in order to check the following information. DEPARTMENT CODE: The department codes which have been registered and the counter values of each department code FUNCTION: The contents of the settings in this equipment SUPPLY NOTICE: Supply information of the equipment ITU MAILBOX:...
  • Page 172 5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS Select the list you want to print with the buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. LISTS 1.DEPARTMENT CODE 2.FUNCTION 3.SUPPLY NOTICE “SUPPLY NOTICE” is displayed only when the Fax Kit or Scanner Upgrade Kit (both optional) is installed.
  • Page 173: Menu List Printing

    Menu List Printing This section describes how to print the menu list of the equipment. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “MENU LIST” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 02.LISTS 03.INITIAL SETUP...
  • Page 174: Rom Version Display

    5 CHANGING EQUIPMENT’S SETTINGS ROM Version Display This section describes how to display the product version. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button. The “user functions mode” main screen is displayed. Select “MACHINE REVISIONS” with buttons, and then press the [ENTER] button. USER FUNCTIONS 1216 04.MENU LIST...
  • Page 175 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes how to deal with error messages, how to release a paper jam, how to replace a toner cartridge and how to resolve other troubles. When This Message Appears ................174 Paper Jams......................176 Checking position of paper jams .....................176 When paper jams occur frequently ....................177 When releasing jammed paper .......................177 Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower) / Automatic Document...
  • Page 176: When This Message Appears

    The message may not appear because the toner remaining in the cartridge does not lie evenly. When the message appears, it is advisable to purchase a new TOSHIBA-recommended cartridge to prepare for its replacement. When This Message Appears...
  • Page 177 Install the toner cartridge correctly. installed correctly. A toner cartridge not recom- If you are using a toner cartridge other mended by TOSHIBA is than the one we recommend, the equip- being used. ment may not be able to detect whether it is installed or not.
  • Page 178: Paper Jams

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Paper Jams Checking position of paper jams When a jam of copying paper or original occurs in the equipment, the copying operation stops and the following message appears on the display to indicate the positions where the paper is jammed.
  • Page 179: When Paper Jams Occur Frequently

    When paper jams occur frequently When paper jams occur frequently, they may be due to one of the causes listed below. Check the following items when they occur frequently: Originals which are not acceptable for the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) are placed.
  • Page 180: Paper Jams Within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) (Lower) / Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) (Lower)

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Lower) Open the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder / Automatic Docu- ment Feeder. Open the reverse cover, and remove the original. Close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder / Automatic Doc- ument Feeder.
  • Page 181 Raise the lever, and open the upper cover. Raise the original feeder tray, and remove the original under the tray. Lower the original feeder tray. Close the upper cover. Paper Jams...
  • Page 182: Paper Jams Within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) (Upper) / Automatic Document Feeder (Optional) (Upper)

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Paper jams within Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Upper) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) (Upper) Raise the lever and open the upper cover. Remove the original. Turn the dial to remove the original. Paper Jams...
  • Page 183 Open the transport guide. Raise the guide plate under the transport guide, and remove the original under the guide plate. Close the transport guide. Close the upper cover. Paper Jams...
  • Page 184: Paper Jams On Bypass Tray

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Paper jams on bypass tray Pull out the paper jammed on the bypass tray. Check beneath the transport guide in the paper feeding area. Check if any paper is jammed under the transport guide behind the transfer unit. P.183 “Paper jam behind transfer unit”...
  • Page 185: Paper Jam Behind Transfer Unit

    Release the jammed paper. Close the side cover. Paper jam behind transfer unit Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the side cover. This could injure you. Open the side cover. Pull the transfer unit toward you carefully to lay it down while hold- ing up the green lever.
  • Page 186 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Release the jammed paper. Be sure not to touch the photoconductive drum when releasing the jammed paper. Open the transport guide of the paper feeding area and check if any paper is jammed under this guide. Clear the paper if there is any. If it is difficult to find or remove the jammed paper, open the drawer of the equipment.
  • Page 187: Paper Jams Within Fuser Unit

    Check that the guide width is correct, there is no folded/curled paper or overloading, and then close the drawer. Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the line indicated inside of the side guides. Do not allow any gap between the paper and the end guide in the drawer. Close the transfer unit and the side cover.
  • Page 188 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Open the side cover, and then lay down the transfer unit. Then press down the two fuser pressure release levers (green) until they come to a stop. Press down the levers fully until they stop. Open the transport guide while holding the knob. Paper Jams...
  • Page 189: Paper Jams Within Paper Feed Unit (Optional)

    Release the jammed paper. Pull the jammed paper up or down as shown below depending on the position of the paper. Be sure not to touch the photoconductive drum when releasing the jammed paper. Pulling it up Pulling it down Return the transport guide to its original position, and then close the transfer unit and the side cover.
  • Page 190 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Release the jammed paper. If it is difficult to find or remove the jammed paper, open the drawer of the Paper Feed Unit. Check that the guide width is correct, there is no folded/curled paper or overloading, and then close the drawer. Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the line indicated inside of the side guides.
  • Page 191: Paper Jams Within Paper Feed Pedestal (Optional)

    Paper jams within Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) Open the paper feed cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal. Remove the jammed paper. Close the paper feed cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal. Paper Jams...
  • Page 192: Replacing Toner Cartridge

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Replacing Toner Cartridge When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the following message appears on the display. Toner empty Open front cover. 1/ 3 Then, replace the cartridge with a new one. When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the procedure to replace the toner cartridge appears on the display.
  • Page 193 To assure an optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only TOSHIBA toner cartridges. Replacing Toner Cartridge...
  • Page 194 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Recommended toner cartridges To assure optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only genuine TOSHIBA toner car- tridges. If you use a TOSHIBA-recommended toner cartridge, you can utilize the following three functions of this equipment: Cartridge detecting function: This function checks if the toner cartridge is correctly installed and notifies you if it is not.
  • Page 195 Pull out the toner cartridge. Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges. This could cause an explosion. Do not dispose of used toner cartridges. Contact your service representative. Shake the new toner cartridge strongly with the label surface down to loosen the toner inside. Pull out the seal in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 196 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Insert the toner cartridge along the rail. Before inserting the toner cartridge, check if the green lever is raised and raise it if not. Insert the toner cartridge until you hear a click sound. Clean the charger. Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it comes to a stop.
  • Page 197 Open the side cover. Pull the transfer unit toward you carefully to lay it down while hold- ing up the green lever. Remove the transfer charger cleaner from the front pocket of the transfer unit. Replacing Toner Cartridge...
  • Page 198: Then Close The Transfer Unit

    6 TROUBLESHOOTING Wipe the transfer charger wire with the transfer charger cleaner. (1) Insert the transfer charger cleaner into the front end of the transfer charger. (2) Push the cleaner onto the front wall, and then check if the cleaner pad has contacted with the transfer charger wire.
  • Page 199: Before Calling Service Technician

    Before Calling Service Technician When you encounter trouble using this equipment, check the items listed below. General operation Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The equipment does not The power of the equipment Turn ON the power of the equipment. operate at all. is not turned ON.
  • Page 200: Toner-Related Items

    Or it is not installed correctly. A toner cartridge not recom- If you are using a toner cartridge other mended by TOSHIBA is than the one we recommend, the equip- being used. ment may not be able to detect whether it is installed or not.
  • Page 201: Original/Copy Paper-Related Items

    Original/Copy paper-related items Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure An original jams. An original not acceptable for Check if the original is acceptable for the the equipment is being used. equipment. P.57 “Precautions for Reversing Auto- matic Document Feeder (optional) / Auto- matic Document Feeder (optional)”...
  • Page 202 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The copied image is stained. The Reversing Automatic Lower them fully to block outside light. Document Feeder (optional) / Automatic Document Feeder (optional) or the Platen Cover (optional) is not lowered fully. The original glass, platen Clean them.
  • Page 203 Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The copy image has black The scanning area or guides Clean them. streaks in a horizontal direc- are stained. P.204 “Daily Inspection” tion. The charger is dirty. Clean the charger. P.205 “Cleaning charger” The copy image has white The transfer charger wire is Clean the transfer charger wire.
  • Page 205: Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION This chapter describes how to clean this equipment to ensure you get the best possible copy performance. Daily Inspection ....................204 Cleaning charger..........................205 Cleaning transfer charger........................206...
  • Page 206: Daily Inspection

    7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Daily Inspection We recommend a weekly cleaning of the following items to assure you the best scanning perfor- mance: Be sure not to scratch the parts to be cleaned. Do not use solvent such as thinner or benzene to clean machinery. This could cause defor- mation or tarnishing.
  • Page 207: Cleaning Charger

    Cleaning charger If the inside of the charger is dirty, staining may appear on the copied image. Clean the charger following the procedure below. Open the front cover. Clean the charger. Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it comes to a stop.
  • Page 208: Cleaning Transfer Charger

    7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Cleaning transfer charger When the transfer charger wire is dirty, white steaks or unevenness of the density may appear on copied images, or the density of the whole image may be lowered. Clean the transfer charger wire following the procedure below.
  • Page 209: Transfer Unit

    Remove the transfer charger cleaner from the front pocket of the transfer unit. Wipe the transfer charger wire with the transfer charger cleaner. (1) Insert the transfer charger cleaner into the front end of the transfer charger. (2) Push the cleaner onto the front wall, and then check if the cleaner pad has contacted with the transfer charger wire.
  • Page 211 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS e-STUDIO195/225/245 Specifications..............210 Continuous copying speed......................211 Specifications of Options..................212 Packing List......................214 Copying Function Combination Matrix...............215 Combination Matrix 1/2 ........................215 Combination Matrix 2/2 ........................216 List Print Format ....................217 Department code list ........................217 Mailbox list ............................218 Menu list............................220 Function list .............................217...
  • Page 212: Chapter 8 Specifications And Options

    Reproduction ratio Actual size 100±0.5% Zoom 25 - 200% (in 1% increments) Storage capacity Max. 250 sheets or until the memory is full (TOSHIBA’s own chart) Paper supply Drawer 250 sheets (80 g/m Bypass 100 sheets (80 g/m Loading capacity for the receiving Approx.
  • Page 213: Continuous Copying Speed

    The values above are measured when originals are set on the original glass, 100% and non- sort multiple copies are made. TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values of the specifications above. The bypass copying speed is as listed above when specifying the paper size.
  • Page 214: Specifications Of Options

    8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS Specifications of Options Reversing Automatic Document Feeder Model name MR-3023 Copy sides 1-side, Duplex Number of originals 100 originals (50 - 80 g/m ) or 16 mm or less in height (more than 80 g/m (A4) Feeding speed 45.5 - 182 mm/s Acceptable originals...
  • Page 215: Paper Feed Pedestal

    64 - 80 g/m Maximum capacity 550 sheets (80 g/m Weight Approx. 4.0 kg TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values above. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement. Specifications of Options...
  • Page 216: Packing List

    8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS Packing List Packing list Operator’s Manual Power cable Set-up report CD-ROM (2 pcs.) (TOSHIBA Viewer V2 / User Documentation) Packing List...
  • Page 217: Copying Function Combination Matrix

    Copying Function Combination Matrix Combination Matrix 1/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 218: Combination Matrix 2/2

    8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS Combination Matrix 2/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 219: List Print Format

    List Print Format Department code list D E PA R T M E N T C O D E L I S T PAGE : 001 TIME : 02-10-2011 09:30 TEL NUMBER : XXX-XXX-XXXX NAME : XXXXXXXXXX DEPT NBR NAME DEPT CODE COPY PGS TX PGS...
  • Page 220: Supply Notice List

    8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS Supply notice list SUPPLY NOTICE FORM S E T U P I N F O R M AT I O N DESTINATION SETUP XXX-XXX-XXXX DATE & TIME : 02-10-2011 09:30 CUSTOMER NUMBER : XXX-XXX-XXXX SHIP TO NAME : XXXXXXXXXX S H I P TO A D D R E S S : X X X X X X X X X X...
  • Page 221: Configuration Page List

    Configuration page list C O N F I G U R AT I O N PAG E : XXXXXXXXXX TIME : '11-10-02 09:30 F/W Ver. : XXXXXXXXXXX GENERAL : 256MB MEMORY SIZE OPTIONAL FUNCTIONAL KIT : NOT INSTALLED NETWORK SETTING GENERAL PRODUCT GENERAL : 10BASE FULL...
  • Page 222: Menu List

    8 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS Menu list M E N U L I S T ( P R O G R A M ) PAGE : 001 TIME : 02-10-2011 09:30 TEL NUMBER : XXX-XXX-XXXX NAME : XXXXXXXXXX 01.DEFAULT SETTINGS 04.REPORT & LIST 01.GENERAL SETTING 01.JOURNAL 01.DRAWER SIZE...
  • Page 223: Index

    INDEX ...........68 Numerics Default settings ........163 Density adjustment ..........83 2IN1/4IN1 ....34 Density adjustment buttons/lamps ..........79 Density level ........ 36 Department code ........54 Acceptable originals .....28 Description of each component ..........30 AC-IN terminal ..........33 Digital keys ..........34 Alarm lamp .........25 Disclaimer notice ..........
  • Page 224 ........54 Placing originals ....41 Placing paper in the drawers ........86 MAGAZINE SORT ..........28 Platen Cover ..........59 Making copies ..........30 Platen sheet ..........88 Making margin ........167 Pop-up display setting ........ 70 Manual paper selection ........30 Power switch Maximum number of Precautions for Reversing Automatic...
  • Page 225 ..........30 USB terminal ......32 USER FUNCTIONS button ....119 User functions mode main screen ........139 Volume adjustment ....... 127 Walkup screen setting ........136 Weekly timer setting ..........83 XY ZOOM ......74 Zooming in/out copy image INDEX...
  • Page 226 INDEX...
  • Page 227 Printed in China DP-1950/2250/2450 OME11001300...
  • Page 228 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Operator's Manual for Copying Functions 2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN 6LJ50721000 R110320J1500-TTEC 2011-08 2011 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...