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Hitachi DDS 32 Quick Reference Manual

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© 1998, 1999 Hitachi Koki
Imaging Solutions, Inc.
1757 Tapo Canyon Rd.
Simi Valley, CA 93063
March 1999
335545-002, Revision C

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  • Page 1: Quick Reference

    Quick Reference Guide © 1998, 1999 Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc. 1757 Tapo Canyon Rd. Simi Valley, CA 93063 March 1999 335545-002, Revision C...
  • Page 2 No liability is assumed for any damages resulting from the use of the information it contains. TRADEMARK Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc., Digital Document Server, DDS, DDS 32, DDS 40, DDS 32/40, ScanCenter, and their associated logo marks, are trademarks of Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Printer Features........... .1 Menu Structure .
  • Page 4 Table of Contents...
  • Page 5: Printer Features

    Printer Features ScanCenter Face-Up Tray Bin 1 (Not Shown) Trayless Duplex Face-Down Tray Bin 2 Envelope Feeder (Not Shown) Multi Purpose Tray Bin 3 Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Finisher Tray 5 Quick Reference Guide...
  • Page 6: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure Print menu Configuration (Continued) Status page Wait timeout Demo page Energy save time Summary page Edge to edge PS font page Best fit PCL font page *Fax journal page Parallel menu Disk directory Emulation Auto detect Configuration PostScript Paper source Auto Hex dump...
  • Page 7: Tray Locations

    Tray Locations Envelope Feeder (Not Shown) Multi Purpose Tray Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Quick Reference Guide...
  • Page 8: Paper Orientation

    Paper Orientation Each tray has an instruction label for loading paper. Refer to this label for correct orientation. Loading Special Media For simplex printing: • Pre-punched paper is loaded with the holes on the right. • Letterhead is loaded face up and upside down, as shown in the figure below. •...
  • Page 9: Adding Paper To Tray 1, 2, Or 3

    Adding Paper to Tray 1, 2, or 3 (Tray 3 when High Capacity Feeder (HCF) Installed). 1. Pull out the tray until it stops. 2. Gently lift up the guide and slide it until it stops. Note: Skip this step if you are not changing paper size. 3.
  • Page 10: Adding Paper To Tray 4 Or 5

    Adding Paper to Tray 4 or 5 1. Open the tray. 2. Insert paper into the compartment and adjust the guide to the correct paper length. Note: The paper stack should not exceed the limit mark. 3. Push the tray in until it latches. Adding Paper to the Multi-Purpose Tray (MPT) 1.
  • Page 11: Loading Envelopes Into The Optional Envelope Feeder

    Loading Envelopes into the Optional Envelope Feeder 1. Make sure the envelopes are not stuck together and all flaps are closed. 2. Lift the envelope weight and insert envelopes with the long-leading edge first and the flap-side up. 3. Slide the guide so that it slightly touches the edge of the envelope stack. Note: Envelopes should not exceed the limit mark Do not add envelopes while printing or paper jams may result.
  • Page 12: Replacing The Ep Cartridge

    Replacing the EP Cartridge High Temperature Label 1. Open the upper left cover. 2. Open the front cover. 3. Remove the EP Cartridge by sliding it out until the orange handle can be lifted. Holding the handle, completely remove the cartridge. 4.
  • Page 13 5. Hold the EP Cartridge horizontally and shake it 5 or 6 times to evenly distribute the toner inside. Note: Uneven toner distribution may degrade print quality. If the toner has not been properly freed by shaking the cartridge, a noise may be heard when turning on the printer and the EP Cartridge may be damaged.
  • Page 14: Zone Locations

    Zone Locations • Zone A includes the output tray, the upper left cover, the fuser area, and Trays 1, 2 and 3. • Zone B area includes the middle left cover area, and Trays 1, 2 and 3. • Zone C includes the lower left cover and Trays 4 and 5. •...
  • Page 15: Removing Jams From Zone A

    Removing Jams from Zone A Printer without Trayless Duplex Printer with Trayless Duplex 1. Open the upper left cover. Remove any paper found. 2. If the Trayless Duplex is installed, first open the Trayless Duplex, then open the left cover. If the Envelope feeder is installed, remove it first, before attempting to clear the jam.
  • Page 16: Removing Jams From Zone B

    Removing Jams from Zone B 1. Open the middle left cover. 2. Pull the paper out in the direction of the arrow. 3. Open the tray being used and remove any jam found. 4. Close the tray and the upper left cover. Quick Reference Guide...
  • Page 17: Removing Jams From Zone C

    Removing Paper Jams from Zone C 1. Open the lower left cover. 2. Pull paper in the direction of the arrow. 3. Close lower left cover. 4. Pull out Trays 4 and 5. Check the paper feed area and remove any paper found. 5.
  • Page 18: Removing Jams From Zone D

    Removing Jams from Zone D 1. Open the Trayless Duplex. 2. Open the cover inside the Trayless Duplex. 3. Remove any paper jam by pulling in the direction of the arrow. 4. Close the Trayless Duplex. (Not shown). Removing Jams from Zone E 1.
  • Page 19: Removing Jams Fom Zone G

    Removing Jams from Zone G 1. Open the top cover of the Finisher and remove any paper found. 2. Close the top cover. Removing Jams from Zone H 1. Slightly lift up the exit cover and remove any paper found. Quick Reference Guide...
  • Page 20: Removing Jams From The Mpt

    Removing Jams from the MPT 1. Remove the jammed paper by pulling it out in the direction of the arrow. 2. Remove all paper and load the stack again. Removing Jams from the Envelope Feeder 1. Remove the envelope feeder. 2.
  • Page 21: Status Messages

    Status Messages These messages indicate printer status. If actions are required, the appropriate actions are provided. Display Description/Action All printer hardware and software modules are functioning and the Ready printer is ready to receive data from the host. The printer has received and processed the entire job, but printing is Job in progress not finished.
  • Page 22: Status Messages For Fax

    Status Messages for Fax These messages indicate the status of Fax operations. Display Description/Action Dialing is in process. FAX dialing Dialing failed. FAX no dial tone Call is being placed. FAX ringing Call is not being answered. FAX no answer Fax has been transmitted.
  • Page 23: Error Messages

    Error Messages Display Description/Action Check Zone A (Face-down tray, upper left cover, fuser area, and Trays 1, 2, and 3) for a paper jam. Open the upper left cover and remove any Paper Jam paper found (see page 5-9 ). If the paper is in the fuser area, carefully Clear Zone A remove the paper without touching the fuser (see page 5-10 ).
  • Page 24 Display Description/Action EP end of life Replace EP Cartridge. replace EP Cart. Check for and close the specified tray. (# = tray number 1 through 5.) Tray # open Check for and close Finisher gate. Finisher gate is open Check for and close Finisher transport. Finisher transport open Check for and close Finisher front door.
  • Page 25: Warning Messages

    Display Description/Action Call for Service A problem has been detected that requires service. Call for service. Install specified tray. (Install XXX = Media type.) Install Tray XXX If both the MPT and ENV are not installed, the printer stays in error MPT/ENV state and does not function.
  • Page 26 Quick Reference Guide...

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