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Version 2.0
September 2007
DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP
User
Guide

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  • Page 1 Version 2.0 September 2007 DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP User Guide...
  • Page 2 Other company brands and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies and are also acknowledged. While every care has been taken in the preparation of this material, no liability will be accepted by Xerox Corporation arising out of any inaccuracies or omissions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Machine Introduction Machine Introduction ............1-1 Major Components .
  • Page 4 Ta bl e o f Co n te nts 5. How to adjust Paper Curl Paper Curl ..............5-1 Tool Mode.
  • Page 5 Ta bl e o f C o nt en ts Changing the Waste Dry Ink Bottle ..........9-7 Replacing a Corotron .
  • Page 6 Ta bl e o f Co n te nts 12. Appendix 12-1 Machine Details ............12-1 Maintenance tab .
  • Page 7: Machine Introduction

    Read the Safety Notices found on the CD in your Nationalization Kit or go to www.xerox.com Machine Introduction The DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP is a full color/black and white digital press operating at a speed of eighty prints per minute. This chapter...
  • Page 8 1. M a c hi n e In t r od u c ti o n Table 1 Part Description Paper Tray 1 Holds 2000 sheets of 24 lb. (90 g/m ) paper. Paper Tray 2 Holds 2000 sheets of 24 lb. (90 g/m ) paper.
  • Page 9: Touch Screen

    1. M ac h i ne I n tr o du c ti o n User Interface (UI) The User Interface (UI) displays messages that indicate the status of the digital press during idle, run, or fault conditions. Touch Screen Control Panel Touch Screen Message Area...
  • Page 10: Control Panel

    1. M a c hi n e In t r od u c ti o n Control Panel Your digital press has one of two Control Panels: a Control Panel with words or one with international symbols. See the following for button functions. Power Saver Lights up when the digital press is in Sleep Mode.
  • Page 11: Job Management

    1. M ac h i ne I n tr o du c ti o n Job Management Job Status When you press the Job Status button, the Job Status screen is displayed. The Job Status screen includes Job Type, Current Status, Paper Size, Output Quantity (refers to the output in sheets for a single page job and in sets or stacks for a multiple page job), and total Number of...
  • Page 12 1. M a c hi n e In t r od u c ti o n 1- 6 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 13: Where To Find Help

    For system support, user help, and service support, call the appropriate number: US: 1-800-821-2797 (Includes TTY Support) Canada: 1-800-939-3769 Xerox also provides web-based customer support. Go to: www.xerox.com/eSupportCentre How to find the machine serial number You can find the serial number two places:...
  • Page 14: How To Read The Billing Meters

    2. W h e r e to f i nd He lp How to read the Billing Meters Press the Machine Status button on the Control Panel. Press the Machine Details Tab. Press the Meters button. Reference Documents There are additional reference documents available to you that provide more detailed information.
  • Page 15: Loading Paper

    3. Loading Paper Loading paper (Trays 1-4) Lift the handle and pull out the paper tray. Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job. Open the ream of paper seam side up and place it in the tray. Do c u Co lo r 70 0 0A P /8 0 00 A P U s er G u i de...
  • Page 16 3. L o ad i ng Pa p er Place the paper in the front right corner of the tray. Do Not exceed the “Max” fill line. Squeeze the green levers, and slide the Paper Guides until they touch the side of the paper.
  • Page 17: Paper Tray Guidelines

    3 . Lo a di n g P ap e r Press the button to select Transparency or the appropriate paper weight. The green light will indicate your selection. Transparency Press the button to select Coated or Uncoated. The green light will indicate your selection.
  • Page 18 3. L o ad i ng Pa p er 3- 4 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 19: How To Clear Jams

    4. How to clear Jams Printer jam clearance If a jam occurs, the digital press stops printing and a message is displayed on the User Interface (UI). Follow all instructions displayed completely and in sequence. Refer to this chapter for additional information to resolve the problem.
  • Page 20: Upper Transport Area

    4. H o w t o c l e ar J am s Upper Transport Area Jams occur in this area only when the Second Feeder Module containing Trays 3 and 4 is connected. Pull out the Transport Area drawer above Tray 1.
  • Page 21: Exit Module

    4. H ow t o c l ea r J a m s Exit Module click here for video Follow the instructions on the UI to clear jams from all the areas indicated in the Exit Module. Follow the instructions on the UI to restart your print job.
  • Page 22 4d is up). DO NOT attempt to remove this sheet of paper because the stripper fingers may be damaged if you attempt this procedure. Call your Xerox service representative to remove this piece of paper. Reposition green handle 4d and close area 4c.
  • Page 23: Jam Clearance With 2-Sided Printing

    4. H ow t o c l ea r J a m s Jam clearance with 2-sided printing When printing 2-Sided output, the UI will direct you to clear the following areas if a jam occurs. Open the Right and Left Front Doors when directed to by a UI message.
  • Page 24: Bypass Area

    4. H o w t o c l e ar J am s Bypass area Perform the following steps to clear the HCS80 jam in the Bypass area and resume printing. Remove any paper from the Top Tray. Lift the HCS80 Top Cover. Lift the green handle, or handles, indicated on the UI and remove all paper in the Bypass area.
  • Page 25: How To Adjust Paper Curl

    5. How to adjust Paper Curl Paper Curl When paper is exposed to heat, the paper loses moisture and curls toward the heat source. High coverage jobs tend to curl more due to the toner plastification effect on the paper surface. The system tries to reduce this by using mechanical devices within the paper path called decurlers.
  • Page 26 NOTE: If you are not able to find an acceptable setting that minimizes curl, refer to the document entitled DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP Decurler Adjustment. 5- 2 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 27: How To Run Tabs

    How to run Tabs Tabs Tabbed Inserts can be loaded into the paper trays as Non-Standard paper. Load 9 X 11 inch tab stock (228 x 279 mm) in the paper tray with the tabs with the short edge of the tabs in the lead edge position. NOTE: If a jam ocurrs, there is no recovery procedure.
  • Page 28 6. H o w t o r u n Ta bs Press the button to select Coated or Uncoated. The green light will indicate your selection. Coated Uncoated Enter Tools Mode: Press the Access button on the Control Panel. The Access Password Screen appears.
  • Page 29: Productivity Settings

    7. Productivity Settings Overview The productivity of the digital press relates to the continuous speed of the media output as measured in prints per minute (ppm). The continuous speed is dependent on paper size, paper weight, and fuser temperature. Use this productivity setting to optimize the throughput speed for the type of paper you run most frequently.
  • Page 30: Changing The Productivity Setting

    7. P r o d uc t i v it y S e tt i ng s Changing the Productivity Setting Enter Tools Mode: Press the Access button on the Control Panel. The Access Password Screen appears. Use the keypad to enter your password. Press the Enter button.
  • Page 31: Optional Accessories

    8. Optional Accessories The accessories included in this module are: • Paper Trays 3 and 4 • High Capacity Stacker 80 (HCS80) • High Capacity Stacker Stapler 80 (HCSS80)/Common Stacker Stapler (CSS) Trays 3 and 4 (Second Feeder Module) The Second Feeder Module (SFM) is an optional feeding device that contains Trays 3 and 4.
  • Page 32: Bypass

    8. O pt io n al A c c es s o r i es Bypass The Bypass (only required when a second stacking device is installed) transports collated sets through the HCS80 to a connected finishing device or to another HCS80.
  • Page 33: Hcs80 Cooling Fan

    8 . O p ti o na l A c c es s o r i e s HCS80 Cooling fan The HCS80 is equipped with a cooling fan that you can switch on and off as required. The cooling fan is located inside the front door: Only switch on the cooling fan when running paper that weighs 120 g/m...
  • Page 34 8. O pt io n al A c c es s o r i es Position the securing bar on top of the stacked paper. Pull the Stacker Cart straight out. Remove the securing bar. Remove the paper from the Stacker Tray. Push the empty Stacker Cart straight into the HCS80.
  • Page 35: Hcss80/Css

    8 . O p ti o na l A c c es s o r i e s HCSS80/CSS The HCSS80 and CSS are optional finishing devices (referred to as finishers) that provide stacking with offset and single or dual stapling output capabilities.
  • Page 36: Hcss80/Css Control Panel

    The Staple Indicator is constant when the stapler is empty. 3 Keypad The keypad, including the C button, is used only by the Xerox service representative. 4 Message Display Shows the fault codes. 5 Jam Indicator Area illuminates to indicate the location of a jam in the HCSS80.
  • Page 37: Hcs80/Css Operation

    8 . O p ti o na l A c c es s o r i e s HCS80/CSS Operation Some important tips to remember: • The finishers cannot staple jobs with mixed sizes of paper. • The stacking may be skewed on the output from mixed-size paper jobs.
  • Page 38: Loading Staples In The Hcs80/Css

    8. O pt io n al A c c es s o r i es Loading Staples in the HCS80/CSS click here for video Open the front door. Push the yellow lever down with your left hand. Grasp the grey handle on the cartridge unit and pull it towards you until it stops.
  • Page 39: Undocking The Stacker Stapler

    8 . O p ti o na l A c c es s o r i e s Push the Cartridge in to the Stapler Unit. Push the yellow lever down and the cartridge unit automatically swings back into place. Undocking the Stacker Stapler Open the Front Door of the Stacker Stapler Pull the lever toward you and hold it in...
  • Page 40 8. O pt io n al A c c es s o r i es 8- 1 0 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 41: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the Digital Press click here for video Do not use any other cleaners or CAUTION: solvents on the digital press as they may interact with the paint on the covers, eventually causing the paint to peel. DO NOT pour or spray liquid directly CAUTION: into any of the paper trays.
  • Page 42: Cleaning The Corotrons

    If any problems occur while cleaning CAUTION: the pad or re-seating the wand, and/or if the above screen is continually displayed, call your Xerox service representative for assistance. Once all the Corotron Cleaning Wands are properly seated in the corotron assembly, the User Interface displays the Interlock Open screen.
  • Page 43 9. M ai n te n an c e After all the corotrons are cleaned and the front doors are closed, the Maintenance Charge Corotron screen is displayed. Select one or more corotrons by touching the corresponding button (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) Select the Cleaning button.
  • Page 44: Cleaning The Paper Transport And Fusing Areas

    Open the Front Doors and pull out the Paper Transport Drawer using handle 4. Clean the chute area with a lint-free cloth that was supplied with the digital press (Xerox Part Number: 19K03610). Clean the Horizontal Transport Belts and the...
  • Page 45: Replacing Consumable Supplies

    9. M ai n te n an c e Replacing Consumable Supplies A message is displayed on the UI when a consumable item is nearing the replacement time. Another message is displayed when you must replace consumable items. The digital press will not run after this message is displayed until the item is replaced.
  • Page 46: Adding Fuser Oil

    9. M a i nt en a nc e Rotate the cartridge to the “Lock” label. Adding Fuser Oil click here for video Add Fuser Oil when the “Add Fuser Oil” message is displayed on the UI. Open the Right Front Door and place a drop cloth on the floor.
  • Page 47: Changing The Waste Dry Ink Bottle

    9. M ai n te n an c e Do not fill above the MAX line. Replace the reservoir cap and close the Right Front Door. Changing the Waste Dry Ink Bottle click here for video Change the Waste Bottle when the “Change Waste Bottle”...
  • Page 48: Replacing A Corotron

    9. M a i nt en a nc e Replacing a Corotron When to replace a charge corotron Unlike other consumable products for the digital press, a “replace corotron” message does not display on the UI. You should replace a corotron unit only when an image quality problem called banding, or rainbow banding, appear on prints.
  • Page 49: Banding Samples

    9. M ai n te n an c e Banding samples The following examples of the test print show banding in the color bar of the corotron that needs to be replaced and in the 3-color bar. The 3-color bar (CMY) is there to help you identify which color is showing banding.
  • Page 50: Corotron Replacement

    9. M a i nt en a nc e Corotron Replacement click here for video Open the front doors. Squeeze the corotron handle and slowly pull the corotron completely out of the machine. Dispose of the corotron according to local regulations.
  • Page 51: Replacing The Fuser Web

    9. M ai n te n an c e Replacing the Fuser Web click here for video There are two messages for the Fuser Web: • Web is near empty (can continue to use machine) • Web is empty (must replace) WARNING: The Fuser area may be Hot;...
  • Page 52 9. M a i nt en a nc e Lower and pull out the Fuser Web. Dispose of the web according to local regulations. Align the yellow tabs on the sides of the Fuser Web with the yellow marker on each rail and slide the web all the way into the fuser.
  • Page 53: Consumable Supplies

    9. M ai n te n an c e Consumable Supplies The following items are consumables for the DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP. It is recommended that you have a supply of these items available to eliminate downtime when they need to be replaced.
  • Page 54 9. M a i nt en a nc e 9- 1 4 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 55: 10. Basic Troubleshooting

    If the problem persists after following all instructions, call your Xerox representative. NOTE: If your color server indicates that the digital press has a fault and the UI does not readily...
  • Page 56 10 . B a s ic Tr o ub l es h o ot i ng Problem Suggested solutions The digital press does not • Ensure the power cord is plugged into the receptacle correctly. power on. • Ensure the power switch inside the front left door is set to the ON position.
  • Page 57 NOTE: If this defect occurs, return the Productivity Setting to the Single Paper Weight setting. If the defect still occurs after running another print, call your Xerox service representative for further assistance. Do c u Co lo r 70 0 0A P /8 0 00 A P U s er G u i de...
  • Page 58: Printer Fault Codes

    For system support, user help, and service support, call the appropriate number: US: 1-800-821-2797 (Includes TTY Support) Canada: 1-800-939-3769 Xerox also provides web-based customer support. Go to: www.xerox.com/eSupportCentre 10 - 4 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 59: Hcs80 Troubleshooting

    10 . B as i c Tr ou b le s h oo ti n g HCS80 Troubleshooting If, after following the recommended solutions, the problem persists, call for assistance. The Fault Codes described below appear on the HCS80 display panel. Fault Code Cause Solution...
  • Page 60: Loss Of Power

    10 . B a s ic Tr o ub l es h o ot i ng Loss of Power Problem Solution If power is interrupted • Ensure the power cord is plugged in to the proper wall receptacle to the finisher •...
  • Page 61 10 . B as i c Tr ou b le s h oo ti n g Problem Cause Solution Fault Code 112-130 Paper is jammed • Open the finisher door. Jam indicated in between the • If no jammed paper is visible in the area indicated, finisher.
  • Page 62 10 . B a s ic Tr o ub l es h o ot i ng 10 - 8 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...
  • Page 63: 11. Specifications

    11. Specifications This chapter provides specifications for the printer and optional accessories. Printer Specifications Paper specifications Paper All Paper Trays Minimum Paper Size 182mm x 182mm (7.16 x 7.16”) Maximum Paper Size 320mm x 488mm(12.6 x 19.2”) Standard Sizes • B5 LEF/SEF •...
  • Page 64: Tray Capacity

    Transparency Guidelines Use only the transparencies recommended. Transparencies can be run from all the paper trays. • Xerox Removable Paper Stripe: USA and Canada, 3R5765; Xerox Europe, 3R93179. • Load transparencies into a tray with the paper stripe side facing DOWN and with the stripe as the leading edge.
  • Page 65: Tabbed Inserts

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s Tabbed Inserts Tabbed Inserts can be loaded into the paper trays as Non-Standard paper. • When loading, the non-tabbed, short edge of the tabbed insert should be the lead edge to the digital press.
  • Page 66: Simplex Print Jobs

    11 . Spe c i fi c a ti o ns Simplex Print Jobs Rear of paper tray Load the drilled paper into any tray in the Long Edge Feed (LEF) direction. Refer to the illustration Paper on the left. Right tray side...
  • Page 67: Nonstandard Size Paper

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s Nonstandard size paper Nonstandard size paper is identified as any paper for which there is no paper guide setting within the minimum and maximum sizes for the trays: 7.16 to 12.6 inch LEF or 7.16 to 19.2 inch SEF (182 - 320 mm LEF or 182 x 488 mm SEF) Non-Standard size paper can be loaded into all the...
  • Page 68: Paper Weight Conversion Tables

    11 . Spe c i fi c a ti o ns Paper weight conversion tables Offset, Text, Xerographic Bond, Cover, Bristol and Book, Index, pounds Grammage Writing, pounds pounds Tag, pounds pounds 25.5 x 30.5” - 17 x 22” - 500 20 x 26”...
  • Page 69: High Capacity Stacker 80 Specifications

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s High Capacity Stacker 80 Specifications HCS80 Paper Specifications Paper All Paper Trays Minimum Paper Size 182mm x 182mm (7.16 x 7.16”) Maximum Paper Size 320mm x 488mm (12.6 x 19.2”) Standard Sizes B5 LEF/SEF A4 LEF/SEF...
  • Page 70: Hcs80 Paper Guidelines

    HCS80: • Uncoated: Xerox Digital Color Xpressions+, 90 , 24 lbs. In Europe, Xerox Digital Color Colotech+ 90 g/m • Coated: Xerox Digital Color Gloss Coated Text (120 g/m /80 lbs.) In Europe, Xerox Digital...
  • Page 71: Hcs80 Paper Destination Specifications

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s HCS80 Paper Destination Specifications Paper Size Output Industry Inches Orientation Stacker Tray Bypass Top Tray Designation 60 - 300g/m 60 - 300 g/m 60 - 300 g/m 7.2 x 10.1 7.2 x 10.1 8.3 x 11.7 Letter...
  • Page 72: Hcss And Css Specifications

    11 . Spe c i fi c a ti o ns HCSS and CSS Specifications Electrical / Environmental Requirements Western Hemisphere: 115 VAC, 15 amp, for 60 Hz. and 220 VAC, 10 amp for 50 Hz installations. Europe: 200-240 Volt 10 amp 50 Hz service outlet. The finisher requires a separate power source from the digital press.
  • Page 73: Paper Stock Specifications

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s Paper Stock Specifications The Top Tray accepts all media types, sizes, and weights supported by the digital press. The Stack Tray accepts all standard media sizes supported by the digital press with the exception of sizes greater than A3/11 x 17 in.
  • Page 74: Paper Specifications For Stapling

    11 . Spe c i fi c a ti o ns Paper Specifications for Stapling The following chart shows the stapling details for paper size, orientation, destination, and staple position. Numbers have been rounded up or down. Staple Positions marked with an "O" may be selected in the position indicated.
  • Page 75: Staple Positions

    11. Sp ec i f ic a t io n s Staple Positions Staple Position 1 Staple Position 2 Dual Staple (Front Corner) (Rear Corner) Size: Inches (mm) • 7.2x10.1 • JIS B5 (182x257) • 8x10 (203x254) • 8x5x11 (216x279) •...
  • Page 76: Stapling Capacity For Different Paper Types And Weights

    11 . Spe c i fi c a ti o ns Stapling capacity for different paper types and weights Following is the staple capacity for various types and weights of paper. Paper Weight Coated Uncoated Mix Sizes 64–80 g/m 81–105g/m 106–135 g/m 136–186 g/m 187–220 g/m...
  • Page 77: 12. Appendix

    12. Appendix This appendix contains supplemental detailed information. Refer to this information as required or when directed from previous chapters in the User Guide. Machine Details This screen provides the telephone number to call for support, the machine serial number and access to the meter counts.
  • Page 78: Maintenance Tab

    12 . A p pe nd i x To reset the meters to zero, touch the Resettable Meters button. On the following screen touch the Reset button. Maintenance tab Touch the Customer Replaceable Unit button on the Maintenance screen to display a list of replaceable items and their status.
  • Page 79: Help

    When a consumable item is depleted, the digital press automatically interrupts the current job and does not restart until the consumable is replaced. Your Xerox service representative uses the Service Engineer Replaceable Unit function to check on the status items that are replaced only by the service engineer.
  • Page 80: Audio Tones

    12 . A p pe nd i x Audio Tones There are three audio tones: • Attention: The Attention Tone sounds six seconds after a scan job has been completed to remind you to remove the document from the Scanner glass. •...
  • Page 81: Digital Press Technical Data

    Saver Mode. First Print Out Time 16 seconds maximum. Environmental Requirements The DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP will enter the Power Saver mode after 15 minutes of no activity on the machine. The factory default time of 15 minutes can be changed in the Tools Mode.
  • Page 82: Altitude

    12 . A p pe nd i x Altitude Normal operation: 0 to 2,500 meters (0 to 8,200 feet). Operation between 2,000 to 2,500 meters (6,557 to 8,200 feet) may require a field adjustment. Illumination Normal function (free from print quality defects) can be expected under 3,000 lx maximum.
  • Page 83: Throughput

    12 . A pp e nd i x Throughput All paper trays: Coated or uncoated paper, transparencies Type: Minimum = 182mm x 182mm (7.16 x 7.16”) Sizes: Maximum = 320mm W, 488mm L (12.6 x 19.2”) 60g/m to 300g/m Weights: B5 SEF/LEF Size/Loading Orientation: A4 SEF/LEF...
  • Page 84 Refer to the System Administrator Guide for the procedure to change the setting. The following charts illustrate the print speeds for the three modes using 8.5x11” or A4 paper fed LEF: DocuColor 7000AP/8000AP DocuColor 8000AP DocuColor 7000AP Single Paper Mixed Paper...
  • Page 85: Physical Characteristics

    12 . A pp e nd i x Physical Characteristics Digital Press Size Basic configuration of First Feeder Module, Digital Press with Exit Module, and Offset Catch Tray is 114.8 inches/2916 mm (W) x 43.5 inches/1105 mm (D) x 55.6 inches /1413 mm (H). Digital Press Weight 2205 pounds/1000 Kg Floor Space Requirements...
  • Page 86 12 . A p pe nd i x 12 - 1 0 Do c u Co l or 7 00 0 AP / 80 0 0A P Us e r G ui d e...

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