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Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX
Laser Printing System

Operator Guide

April 1998
721P85590

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  • Page 1: Operator Guide

    Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System Operator Guide April 1998 721P85590...
  • Page 2 Printed in the United States of America. Publication number: 721P85590 Xerox® and all Xerox products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged.
  • Page 3 Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System Operator Guide April 1998 721P85590...
  • Page 4 Printed in the United States of America. Publication number: 721P85590 Xerox® and all Xerox products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged.
  • Page 5: Related Publications

    The entire reference set is listed in the table below. Several other related documents are also listed for your convenience. For a complete list and description of available Xerox documentation, refer to the Xerox Documentation Catalog (Publication number 610P17417) or call the Xerox Documentation and Software Services (XDSS) at 1-800-327-9753.
  • Page 6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 7 The entire reference set is listed in the table below. Several other related documents are also listed for your convenience. For a complete list and description of available Xerox documentation, refer to the Xerox Documentation Catalog (Publication number 610P17417) or call the Xerox Documentation and Software Services (XDSS) at 1-800-327-9753.
  • Page 8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    About the reference set xiii Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System document set xiii Document conventions 1. System overview of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Base components System controller components System user interface Operator control panel 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive...
  • Page 10 Energy saver Set date/time Track console activity with Data Capture Utility (DCU) Problem 3-11 Remote Terminal 3-12 4. Job control tasks Job control tasks Abort Reset Align Print Darkness Lead edge screen MICR control XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 11 Handle 1/4 inch cartridge tapes 6-24 File protection 6-24 Load a floppy disk 6-25 Unload a floppy disk 6-25 Handle floppy disks 6-25 Offline printing tasks 6-26 Start an offline print job 6-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 12 FCG (display the profile labels) 8-15 FCG (configure a finishing or feeding device) 8-15 FCG SHOW (check finishing or feeding device settings) 8-15 FCG procedures 8-16 9. File control tasks File control tasks COPY viii XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 13 Cleaning the exterior of the tape drive 10-19 Cleaning the 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive 10-20 When to clean the tape drive 10-20 Cleaning procedures 10-20 Cleaning the tape path 10-20 Cleaning a cartridge 10-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 14 “OK” appears on the tape drive message display, but the loading door is closed 11-32 “LID OPEN” appears on the tape drive message display 11-32 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive problems 11-33 Basic recovery procedure 11-33 Initial program load (IPL) procedure fails 11-33 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 15 Touchtone Telephone Direct Meter Read Entry System Understanding the system Entering meter read information Reviewing and changing data B. Supplies How to order supplies (in U.S.A.) Consumable supplies table Glossary GLOSSARY-1 Index INDEX-1 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 16 TABLE OF CONTENTS XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 17 About the reference set xiii Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System document set xiii Document conventions 1. System overview of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Base components System controller components System user interface Operator control panel 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive...
  • Page 18 Energy saver Set date/time Track console activity with Data Capture Utility (DCU) Problem 3-11 Remote Terminal 3-12 4. Job control tasks Job control tasks Abort Reset Align Print Darkness Lead edge screen MICR control XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 19 Handle 1/4 inch cartridge tapes 6-24 File protection 6-24 Load a floppy disk 6-25 Unload a floppy disk 6-25 Handle floppy disks 6-25 Offline printing tasks 6-26 Start an offline print job 6-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 20 FCG (display the profile labels) 8-15 FCG (configure a finishing or feeding device) 8-15 FCG SHOW (check finishing or feeding device settings) 8-15 FCG procedures 8-16 9. File control tasks File control tasks COPY viii XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 21 Cleaning the exterior of the tape drive 10-19 Cleaning the 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive 10-20 When to clean the tape drive 10-20 Cleaning procedures 10-20 Cleaning the tape path 10-20 Cleaning a cartridge 10-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 22 “OK” appears on the tape drive message display, but the loading door is closed 11-32 “LID OPEN” appears on the tape drive message display 11-32 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive problems 11-33 Basic recovery procedure 11-33 Initial program load (IPL) procedure fails 11-33 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 23 Touchtone Telephone Direct Meter Read Entry System Understanding the system Entering meter read information Reviewing and changing data B. Supplies How to order supplies (in U.S.A.) Consumable supplies table Glossary GLOSSARY-1 Index INDEX-1 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 24 TABLE OF CONTENTS XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 25: Introduction

    Introduction The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System Operator Guide is one of eight manuals that make up the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Reference Set. The guide is divided into twelve chapters, an appendix, and a glossary. About the reference set...
  • Page 26 Preinstallation requirements • Installation process • Postinstallation activities Xerox LPS Tape Formats Manual This reference contains the following information: • Characteristics of different formats • File organization • Data formats • Carriage control conventions XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 27 Listing of standard fonts • Data Sheets • Glossary to typography terminology Helpful Facts About Paper This reference contains the following information: • Selection and guidelines • Storage • Specifications for different printers XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 28: Document Conventions

    Caution: Cautions alert you to an action that could damage hardware or software. Warning: Warnings alert you to conditions that may affect the safety of people. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 29 Introduction The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System Operator Guide is one of eight manuals that make up the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Reference Set. The guide is divided into twelve chapters, an appendix, and a glossary. About the reference set...
  • Page 30 Preinstallation requirements • Installation process • Postinstallation activities Xerox LPS Tape Formats Manual This reference contains the following information: • Characteristics of different formats • File organization • Data formats • Carriage control conventions XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 31 Listing of standard fonts • Data Sheets • Glossary to typography terminology Helpful Facts About Paper This reference contains the following information: • Selection and guidelines • Storage • Specifications for different printers XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 32 Caution: Cautions alert you to an action that could damage hardware or software. Warning: Warnings alert you to conditions that may affect the safety of people. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 33: System Overview Of The Xerox Docuprint 96/Docuprint 96Mx Lps

    Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System (LPS). The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is a versatile, high- performance printing system that processes and prints data from a variety of sources. It enables host mainframe computers and...
  • Page 34: Base Components

    Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System System controller Printer Note: Figure 1-1 shows one of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX configuration options. For information on the various Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX configurations, refer to the “Optional components” section later in this chapter.
  • Page 35: System Controller Components

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS System controller components The system controller, shown in figure 1-2, is the part of the LPS that allows you to interact with the printer. Use the system user interface to enter commands and select options which control the operation of the printer.
  • Page 36: Operator Control Panel

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Operator control panel The operator control panel allows you to power the printer on and off, boot the operating system software, and switch the LPS between remote and local operation. Figure 1-4 shows the operator control panel.
  • Page 37: Printer Components

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Printer components The printer is the part of the LPS that processes the electronic images and produces the printed report. Figure 1-5 shows the printer and its various components. Figure 1-5.
  • Page 38: Feeder Trays

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Feeder trays The feeder trays hold and convey paper and other materials (for example, transparencies) used to produce printed output. Figure 1-6. Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX feeder trays and inverter feeder/stacker module...
  • Page 39 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Each processor feeder tray and HCF tray has a control panel consisting of a button, indicators, and paper level displays, as shown in figure 1-7. Figure 1-7. Feeder tray control panel...
  • Page 40: High-Capacity Stacker Bins

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS High-capacity stacker bins The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS contains a high- capacity stacker (HCS) bin. Figure 1-8 shows the high-capacity stacker bin with the purge tray. Figure 1-8. HCS bin with purge tray...
  • Page 41: Inverter

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Please Wait indicator. When this indicator is lit, the elevator is in motion. This indicator goes off when the platform reaches its destination. Bin Unload button. Pressing this button causes the bin elevator to lower.
  • Page 42: Printer Control Console

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Printer control console The printer control console, shown in figure 1-10, is a color monitor located on top of the printer. It contains message areas and graphic displays that alert you to paper jams and other fault and status conditions (such as low dry ink).
  • Page 43: Attention Light

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS 1. Continue button. Press this button to resume printing. 2. Stop button. Press this button to stop printing. 3. Sample button. Press this button to cause a sample of the current print job to be sent to the sample tray.
  • Page 44: Registration Transport Levers

    “Problem solving tasks” chapter for more information on these levers. Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS produces a MICR line on negotiable and turnaround documents such as checks and bills. Figure 1-11 shows an example of a MICR line.
  • Page 45: Optional Components

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Optional components Optional components are available for both the system controller and the printer. Optional system controller components The optional components for the system controller are as follows: • Peripheral cabinet •...
  • Page 46: Open-Reel Tape Drive

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Open-reel tape drive The open-reel tape drive has the following features: • 1/2 inch/13 mm streamer with a horizontal tape path. • Self-loading tape system. • Tape is visible through a window in the front of the tape drive so you can verify the presence of the tape and tape motion.
  • Page 47: 1/2 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS 6. Power switch. Powers the tape drive on (1) or off (0). 7. Message display. Displays tape drive messages and error codes. 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive The 1/2 inch cartridge tape is used with the 18/36 track drive. The...
  • Page 48: Floppy Disk Drive

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Mode button Switches modes of the tape drive, displaying menu selections and assigning alternate functions to the buttons described above. This button only functions when the tape unit is not ready.
  • Page 49: Optional Printer Components

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Optional printer components This section describes the following optional printer components: • Feeder/Stacker • Bypass Transport Module • Input enablement device Feeder/stacker Figure 1-15 illustrates the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX with the optional inverter feeder stacker.
  • Page 50: Entering Commands

    SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Entering commands Key-in conventions Follow these conventions when entering commands: • The system is ready to receive commands when this message appears in the Messages window: OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS •...
  • Page 51 Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System (LPS). The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is a versatile, high- performance printing system that processes and prints data from a variety of sources. It enables host mainframe computers and...
  • Page 52 Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System System controller Printer Note: Figure 1-1 shows one of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX configuration options. For information on the various Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX configurations, refer to the “Optional components” section later in this chapter.
  • Page 53 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS System controller components The system controller, shown in figure 1-2, is the part of the LPS that allows you to interact with the printer. Use the system user interface to enter commands and select options which control the operation of the printer.
  • Page 54 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Operator control panel The operator control panel allows you to power the printer on and off, boot the operating system software, and switch the LPS between remote and local operation. Figure 1-4 shows the operator control panel.
  • Page 55 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Printer components The printer is the part of the LPS that processes the electronic images and produces the printed report. Figure 1-5 shows the printer and its various components. Figure 1-5.
  • Page 56 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Feeder trays The feeder trays hold and convey paper and other materials (for example, transparencies) used to produce printed output. Figure 1-6. Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX feeder trays and inverter feeder/stacker module...
  • Page 57 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Each processor feeder tray and HCF tray has a control panel consisting of a button, indicators, and paper level displays, as shown in figure 1-7. Figure 1-7. Feeder tray control panel...
  • Page 58 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS High-capacity stacker bins The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS contains a high- capacity stacker (HCS) bin. Figure 1-8 shows the high-capacity stacker bin with the purge tray. Figure 1-8. HCS bin with purge tray...
  • Page 59 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Please Wait indicator. When this indicator is lit, the elevator is in motion. This indicator goes off when the platform reaches its destination. Bin Unload button. Pressing this button causes the bin elevator to lower.
  • Page 60 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Printer control console The printer control console, shown in figure 1-10, is a color monitor located on top of the printer. It contains message areas and graphic displays that alert you to paper jams and other fault and status conditions (such as low dry ink).
  • Page 61 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS 1. Continue button. Press this button to resume printing. 2. Stop button. Press this button to stop printing. 3. Sample button. Press this button to cause a sample of the current print job to be sent to the sample tray.
  • Page 62 “Problem solving tasks” chapter for more information on these levers. Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS produces a MICR line on negotiable and turnaround documents such as checks and bills. Figure 1-11 shows an example of a MICR line.
  • Page 63 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Optional components Optional components are available for both the system controller and the printer. Optional system controller components The optional components for the system controller are as follows: • Peripheral cabinet •...
  • Page 64 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Open-reel tape drive The open-reel tape drive has the following features: • 1/2 inch/13 mm streamer with a horizontal tape path. • Self-loading tape system. • Tape is visible through a window in the front of the tape drive so you can verify the presence of the tape and tape motion.
  • Page 65 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS 6. Power switch. Powers the tape drive on (1) or off (0). 7. Message display. Displays tape drive messages and error codes. 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive The 1/2 inch cartridge tape is used with the 18/36 track drive. The...
  • Page 66 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Mode button Switches modes of the tape drive, displaying menu selections and assigning alternate functions to the buttons described above. This button only functions when the tape unit is not ready.
  • Page 67 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Optional printer components This section describes the following optional printer components: • Feeder/Stacker • Bypass Transport Module • Input enablement device Feeder/stacker Figure 1-15 illustrates the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX with the optional inverter feeder stacker.
  • Page 68 SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS Entering commands Key-in conventions Follow these conventions when entering commands: • The system is ready to receive commands when this message appears in the Messages window: OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS •...
  • Page 69: Important Facts About Paper

    Important facts about paper As the operator of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS printer, you need to be aware of the importance of taking good care of the paper used in it. Using the correct type of paper and taking time to store and condition it properly helps to keep your printer running at optimum speed and efficiency, with fewer time-wasting paper jams.
  • Page 70: Paper Specifications

    16.54 11.69 10.12 14.33 17.0 11.0 17 X 11 Paper weights The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS supports 16 pound/60 gsm to 110 pound/200 gsm paper. Types of paper The following types of paper are supported: • Predrilled • Perforated •...
  • Page 71: Paper Performance Guides

    12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 4. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 72 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 5. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 73 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 4. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 74 • DO NOT run two-sided (duplex) prints. • Xerox carbonless paper Load paper in tray 3 only. • Only Xerox carbonless paper is recommended for High speed Xerographic equipment. • 3-hole drilled, edge Use trays 1 and 2. reinforced dual-purpose •...
  • Page 75: Paper Sizing And Print Jobs

    Contact your service representative for additional information. Paper sizing and print jobs The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS feeder trays have edge guide sensors that detect paper length and width. The LPS selects the correct feeder tray(s) for the print job, based on the paper size specified in the job.
  • Page 76: Feeder Trays

    “Status and print tasks” chapter for instructions. Note: If the printer has stopped due to a low paper condition, you do not need to press the Tray Unlock button. Figure 2-1. Tray Unlock button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 77 Wait until the Ready to Open indicator lights (see figure 2-2). Figure 2-2. Ready to Open indicator Step 3. Pull the feeder tray out until it stops, as shown in figure 2-3. Figure 2-3. Pulling out the feeder tray XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 78 Ensure the paper is loaded into the front, right corner of the tray, as indicated by the green arrow on the bottom of the tray and by the arrows on the instruction label (see figure 2-5). 2-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 79 Arrows on the bottom of the tray and the instruction label Caution: Do not load above the MAX line shown on the paper guide (see figure 2-6). Figure 2-6. Max line on the paper guide XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-11...
  • Page 80 This allows the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS to print on larger paper than would fit in the tray the usual way (that is, with the long edge touching the side paper guide and the short edge touching the rear paper guide).
  • Page 81 Paper loaded normally (for example, 8 by 10 inches/203 by 254 mm) Figure 2-9. Paper loaded with the short edge to the left (for example, 11 by 17 inches/279 by 432 mm) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-13...
  • Page 82 Figure 2-10. Rear guide of the processor feeder tray Step 7. Relatch the paper feeder assembly by pressing the green dot (shown in figure 2-11) until the assembly clicks into place. Figure 2-11. Relatching the paper feeder assembly 2-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 83 Caution: Do not slam the tray closed, as this can cause improper latching or machine damage. Step 9. If the printer stopped due to a low paper condition, press the Continue button on the printer control console to resume the print job. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-15...
  • Page 84: Stacker Bins

    PAPER FACTS Stacker bins The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS has one high-capacity stacker (HCS) bin. • You can not lower, pull out, and unload the bin without interrupting printing. • If you select the bin that is in use printing stops.
  • Page 85: Unloading A Stacker Bin

    Note: Once the bin elevator lowers, the bin cannot be used until it is emptied completely. Step 3. When the bin elevator stops in the down position, the Ready to Unload indicator lights (see figure 2-13). Figure 2-13. Ready to Unload indicator XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-17...
  • Page 86 Caution: Always use both hands to lift a container or pallet out of the bin. Figure 2-14. Stacker bin and container Step 5. Carry the loaded container, pallet, or paper stack to a nearby table or paper cart. 2-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 87 To switch from containerless stacking to stacking into a container or onto a pallet (for “pallet only” stacking), press and release the green button on top of the stacker bin platform (see figure 2-15). Figure 2-15. Green button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-19...
  • Page 88 The bin elevator rises, and the bin is again ready for use. Note: If the bin is not empty, the elevator remains down, and a message appears on the printer control console and the display telling you to empty the bin. 2-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 89: Sample Tray And Purge Tray

    PAPER FACTS Sample tray and purge tray This section describes the sample and purge tray of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS. Sample tray Samples requested during operation of the LPS are delivered to the sample tray. The sample tray can hold up to 100 sheets. It can handle paper sized from 8 by 10 inches/203 by 254 mm to 11.69 by 17...
  • Page 90 PAPER FACTS 2-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 91: Paper Facts

    Important facts about paper As the operator of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS printer, you need to be aware of the importance of taking good care of the paper used in it. Using the correct type of paper and taking time to store and condition it properly helps to keep your printer running at optimum speed and efficiency, with fewer time-wasting paper jams.
  • Page 92 16.54 11.69 10.12 14.33 17.0 11.0 17 X 11 Paper weights The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS supports 16 pound/60 gsm to 110 pound/200 gsm paper. Types of paper The following types of paper are supported: • Predrilled • Perforated •...
  • Page 93 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 4. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 94 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 5. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 95 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. 4. Curl direction should be determined before loading paper into trays. Refer to the “Paper jams and paper curl” section of chapter 12, “Problem solving tasks,” for additional information. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 96 • DO NOT run two-sided (duplex) prints. • Xerox carbonless paper Load paper in tray 3 only. • Only Xerox carbonless paper is recommended for High speed Xerographic equipment. • 3-hole drilled, edge Use trays 1 and 2. reinforced dual-purpose •...
  • Page 97 Contact your service representative for additional information. Paper sizing and print jobs The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS feeder trays have edge guide sensors that detect paper length and width. The LPS selects the correct feeder tray(s) for the print job, based on the paper size specified in the job.
  • Page 98 “Status and print tasks” chapter for instructions. Note: If the printer has stopped due to a low paper condition, you do not need to press the Tray Unlock button. Figure 2-1. Tray Unlock button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 99 Wait until the Ready to Open indicator lights (see figure 2-2). Figure 2-2. Ready to Open indicator Step 3. Pull the feeder tray out until it stops, as shown in figure 2-3. Figure 2-3. Pulling out the feeder tray XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 100 Ensure the paper is loaded into the front, right corner of the tray, as indicated by the green arrow on the bottom of the tray and by the arrows on the instruction label (see figure 2-5). 2-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 101 Arrows on the bottom of the tray and the instruction label Caution: Do not load above the MAX line shown on the paper guide (see figure 2-6). Figure 2-6. Max line on the paper guide XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-11...
  • Page 102 This allows the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS to print on larger paper than would fit in the tray the usual way (that is, with the long edge touching the side paper guide and the short edge touching the rear paper guide).
  • Page 103 Paper loaded normally (for example, 8 by 10 inches/203 by 254 mm) Figure 2-9. Paper loaded with the short edge to the left (for example, 11 by 17 inches/279 by 432 mm) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-13...
  • Page 104 Figure 2-10. Rear guide of the processor feeder tray Step 7. Relatch the paper feeder assembly by pressing the green dot (shown in figure 2-11) until the assembly clicks into place. Figure 2-11. Relatching the paper feeder assembly 2-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 105 Caution: Do not slam the tray closed, as this can cause improper latching or machine damage. Step 9. If the printer stopped due to a low paper condition, press the Continue button on the printer control console to resume the print job. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-15...
  • Page 106 PAPER FACTS Stacker bins The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS has one high-capacity stacker (HCS) bin. • You can not lower, pull out, and unload the bin without interrupting printing. • If you select the bin that is in use printing stops.
  • Page 107 Note: Once the bin elevator lowers, the bin cannot be used until it is emptied completely. Step 3. When the bin elevator stops in the down position, the Ready to Unload indicator lights (see figure 2-13). Figure 2-13. Ready to Unload indicator XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-17...
  • Page 108 Caution: Always use both hands to lift a container or pallet out of the bin. Figure 2-14. Stacker bin and container Step 5. Carry the loaded container, pallet, or paper stack to a nearby table or paper cart. 2-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 109 To switch from containerless stacking to stacking into a container or onto a pallet (for “pallet only” stacking), press and release the green button on top of the stacker bin platform (see figure 2-15). Figure 2-15. Green button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 2-19...
  • Page 110 The bin elevator rises, and the bin is again ready for use. Note: If the bin is not empty, the elevator remains down, and a message appears on the printer control console and the display telling you to empty the bin. 2-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 111 PAPER FACTS Sample tray and purge tray This section describes the sample and purge tray of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS. Sample tray Samples requested during operation of the LPS are delivered to the sample tray. The sample tray can hold up to 100 sheets. It can handle paper sized from 8 by 10 inches/203 by 254 mm to 11.69 by 17...
  • Page 112 PAPER FACTS 2-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 113: System Control Tasks

    • Power off the LPS • Boot the LPS • System rollover • System version • Attention light/alarm • Turn off Attention light • Energy saver • Data Capture Utility (DCU) • Problem XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 114: Power On The Lps

    Press the System Power On button on the operator control panel (see figure 3-2). Figure 3-2. System Power On button on operator control panel The Power indicator lights and READY $ appears on the display. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 115: Power Off The Lps

    Step 6. When the LPS is offline, press the System Power Off button on the operator control panel (see figure 3-3). Figure 3-3. System Power Off button on operator control panel XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 116: Boot The Lps

    Enter the time, using the military 24-hour system. (For example, 2:30 p.m. is 14:30.) The date and time are displayed with the following message: ARE THE DATE AND TIME CORRECT AS DISPLAYED (Y/N)? XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 117 The system also checks print quality on an ongoing basis and may stop printing, correct a quality problem, and resume where it left off. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 118: System Rollover

    It follows the message: OS1030 JOB #### HAS COMPLETED PRINTING PERFORMING ABORT ANALYSIS DUMP OS0040 SYSTEM IS OFFLINE Step 5. Enter the ONLINE (for online mode) and START commands to resume normal operation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 119: System Version

    Parameter Description STEADY Disables only the steady mode of the Attention light. FLASHING Disables only the flashing mode of the Attention light. To enable the alarm, enter the following command: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 120: Turn Off Attention Light Or Alarm

    Table 3-3. ENERGY command parameter and description Parameter Description timeout The number of minutes after which the energy saver mode begins. If you do not enter a value, the current timeout value appears. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 121: Set Date/Time

    Use this command to stop DCU and unload the DCU processing task from the system. This frees up the memory used by DCU. To begin logging console data again, you must recreate the log file using the DCU CAPTURE CONSOLE command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 122 Use this command to delete all the data logged in the file and to stop DCU logging. • DCU SHOW Use this command to check whether LPS console entries and system console messages are being logged. 3-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 123: Problem

    1. SERVICE CALL HAS BEEN PLACED. WAITING FOR SERVICE. 2. SERVICE CALL HAS BEEN PLACED. RETURN TO THE OPERATING SYSTEM. 3. SERVICE NUMBERS COPIED FOR LATER CALL. RETURN TO THE OPERATING SYSTEM. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 3-11...
  • Page 124: Remote Terminal

    DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Installation Planning Guide for hardware requirements for use of the remote terminal option. Use this task to transfer control of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX from the keyboard display to a remote device when running DocuPrintServer (formerly XPSM) jobs.
  • Page 125 • Power off the LPS • Boot the LPS • System rollover • System version • Attention light/alarm • Turn off Attention light • Energy saver • Data Capture Utility (DCU) • Problem XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 126 Press the System Power On button on the operator control panel (see figure 3-2). Figure 3-2. System Power On button on operator control panel The Power indicator lights and READY $ appears on the display. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 127 Step 6. When the LPS is offline, press the System Power Off button on the operator control panel (see figure 3-3). Figure 3-3. System Power Off button on operator control panel XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 128 Enter the time, using the military 24-hour system. (For example, 2:30 p.m. is 14:30.) The date and time are displayed with the following message: ARE THE DATE AND TIME CORRECT AS DISPLAYED (Y/N)? XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 129 The system also checks print quality on an ongoing basis and may stop printing, correct a quality problem, and resume where it left off. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 130 It follows the message: OS1030 JOB #### HAS COMPLETED PRINTING PERFORMING ABORT ANALYSIS DUMP OS0040 SYSTEM IS OFFLINE Step 5. Enter the ONLINE (for online mode) and START commands to resume normal operation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 131 Parameter Description STEADY Disables only the steady mode of the Attention light. FLASHING Disables only the flashing mode of the Attention light. To enable the alarm, enter the following command: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 132 Table 3-3. ENERGY command parameter and description Parameter Description timeout The number of minutes after which the energy saver mode begins. If you do not enter a value, the current timeout value appears. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 133 Use this command to stop DCU and unload the DCU processing task from the system. This frees up the memory used by DCU. To begin logging console data again, you must recreate the log file using the DCU CAPTURE CONSOLE command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 134 Use this command to delete all the data logged in the file and to stop DCU logging. • DCU SHOW Use this command to check whether LPS console entries and system console messages are being logged. 3-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 135 1. SERVICE CALL HAS BEEN PLACED. WAITING FOR SERVICE. 2. SERVICE CALL HAS BEEN PLACED. RETURN TO THE OPERATING SYSTEM. 3. SERVICE NUMBERS COPIED FOR LATER CALL. RETURN TO THE OPERATING SYSTEM. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 3-11...
  • Page 136 DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Installation Planning Guide for hardware requirements for use of the remote terminal option. Use this task to transfer control of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX from the keyboard display to a remote device when running DocuPrintServer (formerly XPSM) jobs.
  • Page 137: Job Control Tasks

    Refer to the list below for the tasks described in this chapter: • Job control tasks • Abort • Reset • Align • Print Darkness • Lead edge screen • Fonts/forms/graphics • Sample files • Stop input/output • Continue input/output • Sample XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 138: Abort

    For this command to work, there must be no print jobs active at the time it is entered. If there is an active print job, the following message appears: OS1190 INVALID PARAMETER, COMMAND IGNORED XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 139: Reset

    RESET WILL CLEAR THE JOB QUEUE. DO YOU WANT TO PROCEED? (TYPE ’Y’ FOR YES, OR ’N’ FOR NO; ENTER = YES) Press <Y> to clear the job queue; press <N> to cancel the RESET command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 140: Align

    Failure to do so could result in lost information when printing future jobs. (The normal alignment setting of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is 1,0.) Align task To change the alignment for forms: Step 1.
  • Page 141 (You could use this command in step 1, instead of the basic ALIGN command.) Note: Remember to restore the printer to its original values. Enter ALIGN and the original values, whatever they were at the beginning. Refer to step 1. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 142: Print Darkness

    If no job is printing, the test form with the new value applied is delivered to the sample tray. (See figure 4-1.) To display the current image darkness value, enter the following command: DARKNESS XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 143: Lead Edge Screen

    The DP96MX LPS may run in MICR or non-MICR mode. This gives you control of the printer MICR state. Refer to the chapter “MICR operating procedures” for information on how to perform the mode selection. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 144: Fonts/Forms/Graphics

    The values remain in effect until you change them or perform an LPS Update or Sysgen task. (Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide for additional information.) Use the Fonts/Forms/Graphics task to set the maximum number for the following: •...
  • Page 145: Sample Files

    (duplex mode). If you do not enter a D, the samples print on only one side of each sheet of paper (simplex mode). copies The number of copies you want. If you do not enter a number, one copy is printed. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 146: Stop Input/Output

    To resume both input processing and printing, enter the following command: CONTINUE • To resume input processing, enter the following command: CONTINUE I • To resume printing, enter the following command: CONTINUE O 4-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 147: Sample

    Sample task To print a sample of the current print job, enter the following command: SAMPLE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 4-11...
  • Page 148 JOB CONTROL TASKS 4-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 149 Refer to the list below for the tasks described in this chapter: • Job control tasks • Abort • Reset • Align • Print Darkness • Lead edge screen • Fonts/forms/graphics • Sample files • Stop input/output • Continue input/output • Sample XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 150 For this command to work, there must be no print jobs active at the time it is entered. If there is an active print job, the following message appears: OS1190 INVALID PARAMETER, COMMAND IGNORED XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 151 RESET WILL CLEAR THE JOB QUEUE. DO YOU WANT TO PROCEED? (TYPE ’Y’ FOR YES, OR ’N’ FOR NO; ENTER = YES) Press <Y> to clear the job queue; press <N> to cancel the RESET command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 152 Failure to do so could result in lost information when printing future jobs. (The normal alignment setting of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is 1,0.) Align task To change the alignment for forms: Step 1.
  • Page 153 (You could use this command in step 1, instead of the basic ALIGN command.) Note: Remember to restore the printer to its original values. Enter ALIGN and the original values, whatever they were at the beginning. Refer to step 1. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 154 If no job is printing, the test form with the new value applied is delivered to the sample tray. (See figure 4-1.) To display the current image darkness value, enter the following command: DARKNESS XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 155 The DP96MX LPS may run in MICR or non-MICR mode. This gives you control of the printer MICR state. Refer to the chapter “MICR operating procedures” for information on how to perform the mode selection. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 156 The values remain in effect until you change them or perform an LPS Update or Sysgen task. (Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide for additional information.) Use the Fonts/Forms/Graphics task to set the maximum number for the following: •...
  • Page 157 (duplex mode). If you do not enter a D, the samples print on only one side of each sheet of paper (simplex mode). copies The number of copies you want. If you do not enter a number, one copy is printed. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 158 To resume both input processing and printing, enter the following command: CONTINUE • To resume input processing, enter the following command: CONTINUE I • To resume printing, enter the following command: CONTINUE O 4-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 159 Sample task To print a sample of the current print job, enter the following command: SAMPLE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 4-11...
  • Page 160 JOB CONTROL TASKS 4-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 161: Online Printing Tasks

    Place the LPS online to the host computer Use this task to place the LPS online to the host computer. Place the LPS Online task To place the LPS online to the host computer, enter the following command: ONLINE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 162: Start An Online Print Job

    FORM= form The name of the form to be used. The extension .FRM is optional. Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for further information. Space The Space task allows you to move forward a specified number of pages within a report in order to begin printing at that point in the report.
  • Page 163: Endjob

    Before draining the print queue, check the status of the job using the jobs status task. Refer to the “Status and print tasks” chapter for instructions. Drain task Enter the following command: DRAIN XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 164: Disk Saturation

    ENDJOB Prints already formatted pages and ends the current job file. ABORT O Cancels the current report and starts printing the next report. ABORT n Cancels the job whose number is entered. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 165 Place the LPS online to the host computer Use this task to place the LPS online to the host computer. Place the LPS Online task To place the LPS online to the host computer, enter the following command: ONLINE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 166 FORM= form The name of the form to be used. The extension .FRM is optional. Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for further information. Space The Space task allows you to move forward a specified number of pages within a report in order to begin printing at that point in the report.
  • Page 167 Before draining the print queue, check the status of the job using the jobs status task. Refer to the “Status and print tasks” chapter for instructions. Drain task Enter the following command: DRAIN XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 168 ENDJOB Prints already formatted pages and ends the current job file. ABORT O Cancels the current report and starts printing the next report. ABORT n Cancels the job whose number is entered. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 169: Offline Printing Tasks

    Procedures for handling the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive and the floppy drive are also included. Refer to the “System overview of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS” chapter for additional information on the tape drives. The first part of this chapter describes the procedures for handling the tape drives and magnetic and cartridge tapes.
  • Page 170: Open-Reel Tape Drive Procedures

    The loading door opens and you can load an open-reel tape. Note: If “OK” appears on the message display, but the door is closed, press the Reset button to open it. If this fails, tap lightly on the door to open it XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 171: Load An Open-Reel Tape

    The self loading routine of the tape drive threads the tape. • When the tape drive finds the BOT indicator, “Ld Point” appears on the tape drive message display and the tape drive is placed online. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 172: Load An Open-Reel Tape By Hand

    0 (see figure 6-4). Warning: This is essential for safety reasons. Figure 6-4. Power switch Step 2. Lift the cover of the peripheral cabinet (see figure 6-5). Figure 6-5. Lifting the peripheral cabinet cover XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 173 Release the turnbuckles on the tape path cover by turning them counterclockwise (see figure 6-6) Figure 6-6. Turnbuckles Step 4. Lift the tape path cover (see figure 6-7). Figure 6-7. Lifting the tape path cover XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 174 Place the tape reel on the supply hub (see figure 6-8). Figure 6-8. Placing the tape reel on the supply hub Step 6. Thread the tape to the take-up hub (see figure 6-9). Figure 6-9. Threading the tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 175 ON position by pressing down on the side marked 1 (see figure 6-11). Figure 6-11. Power switch Step 10. When the tape drive finds the BOT indicator, “Ld Point” appears on the tape drive message display and the tape drive is placed online. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 176: Unload An Open-Reel Tape

    To unload a tape from the 9-track magnetic tape drive: Step 1. When “Offline” appears on the message display, press and hold the Reset button and the Rwd/Unl button (see figure 6-13). Figure 6-13. Reset and Rwd/Unl buttons XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 177: Unload An Open-Reel Tape During A Power Failure

    Step 1. Press the Power switch to the OFF position by pressing down the side marked 0 (see figure 6-14). Warning: This is essential for safety reasons. Figure 6-14. Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 178 Lift the cover of the peripheral cabinet (see figure 6-15). Figure 6-15. Opening the peripheral cabinet cover Step 3. Release the turnbuckles on the tape path cover by turning them counterclockwise (see figure 6-16). Figure 6-16. Turnbuckles 6-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 179 Lift the tape path cover (see figure 6-17). Figure 6-17. Lifting the tape path cover Step 5. Rotate the supply reel counterclockwise until all the tape is rewound (see figure 6-18). Figure 6-18. Rewinding the tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-11...
  • Page 180 (see figure 6-20). Figure 6-20. Turning the hub Step 10. Close the tape path cover and secure the turnbuckles by turning them clockwise. Step 11. Close the cover of the peripheral cabinet. 6-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 181: Power Off The Open-Reel Tape Drive

    OFF position by pressing down on the side marked 0 (see figure 6-21). Figure 6-21. Power switch Caution: Unload the tape (or at least return it to BOT) before powering off the tape drive. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-13...
  • Page 182: Handle Open-Reel Tapes

    When the write-enable ring is absent, the tape is protected and you can perform only read functions, including printing data from the tape. When the write-enable is present, you can both read and write (add files) on that tape. 6-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 183: 1/2 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive Procedures

    The 18/36 track drive must have a tape cartridge loaded before it can be placed online. If a cartridge is loaded but the drive is not online, press the Ready button to place the drive online. Figure 6-24. Ready button Ready Button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-15...
  • Page 184: Load A 1/2 Inch Cartridge

    Follow this procedure to load a cartridge into the 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive. Step 1. Hold the cartridge with the smooth side on top and the leader block toward the drive (see figure 6-24). Figure 6-25. Holding the 1/2 inch cartridge 6-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 185 After about 15 seconds, the tape drive completes the loading process and the message display reads “ON LINE.” The message display also shows whether the cartridge is file-protected (F) or unprotected (U). XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-17...
  • Page 186: Unload A 1/2 Inch Cartridge

    Figure 6-28. Removing the cartridge Note: You can also rewind and/or unload a tape using the system controller terminal. For instructions, refer to the “Rewind/ unload tape” section later in this chapter. 6-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 187: Power Off The 18/36 Track 1/2 Inch Tape Drive

    If a cartridge is loaded in the tape drive, unload it. (Refer to the "Rewind/unload tape" section in this chapter.) Step 3. Press and release the Power switch Figure 6-30. Power switch Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-19...
  • Page 188: Handle Cartridge Tapes

    Do not write on a label that is on a cartridge. If you want to change a label, fill out a new one, remove the old one, and replace it with the new one. 6-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 189: File Protection

    When the white dot is not showing, you can both read and write on that tape. Figure 6-32 shows a 1/2 inch cartridge that is file protected (white dot showing). Figure 6-32. File-protected 1/2 inch cartridge XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-21...
  • Page 190: 1/4 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive Procedures

    The following sections contain instructions for handling the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive. Figure 6-33 shows the components of the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive. Figure 6-33. 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive LED indicator Door Release button 6-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 191: Load A 1/4 Inch Cartridge Tape

    Step 2. Press the Release button to open the door. Lower the door manually. Step 3. Carefully remove the cartridge. Step 4. Close the door to prevent dust accumulation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-23...
  • Page 192: Handle 1/4 Inch Cartridge Tapes

    When the arrow on the tab is pointing to the word “SAFE,” the cartridge tape is protected from being written over. Figure 6-35. File-protected 1/4 inch cartridge with the black tab pointing to SAFE 6-24 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 193: Load A Floppy Disk

    Exposure to magnetic fields can cause data loss. • Never place heavy objects on top of a floppy disk. • Never expose floppy disks to excessive heat or sunlight. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-25...
  • Page 194: Offline Printing Tasks

    The system assumes you want prints of all the reports if you do not use this option. You are not required to use a comma if the REPORTS option is not used. 6-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 195: Rewind/Unload Tape

    Specifies the tape device being used. Notes: 1. The tape device identifications are set up during sysgen. Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide for additional information. 2. You cannot select a tape device when you have selected DISC or FORM.
  • Page 196: Space

    MOVE n {files | blocks} n is the number of files or blocks you want to move forward or backward on the tape. A positive number positions you forward; a negative number positions you backward. 6-28 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 197 Procedures for handling the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive and the floppy drive are also included. Refer to the “System overview of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS” chapter for additional information on the tape drives. The first part of this chapter describes the procedures for handling the tape drives and magnetic and cartridge tapes.
  • Page 198 The loading door opens and you can load an open-reel tape. Note: If “OK” appears on the message display, but the door is closed, press the Reset button to open it. If this fails, tap lightly on the door to open it XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 199 The self loading routine of the tape drive threads the tape. • When the tape drive finds the BOT indicator, “Ld Point” appears on the tape drive message display and the tape drive is placed online. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 200 0 (see figure 6-4). Warning: This is essential for safety reasons. Figure 6-4. Power switch Step 2. Lift the cover of the peripheral cabinet (see figure 6-5). Figure 6-5. Lifting the peripheral cabinet cover XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 201 Release the turnbuckles on the tape path cover by turning them counterclockwise (see figure 6-6) Figure 6-6. Turnbuckles Step 4. Lift the tape path cover (see figure 6-7). Figure 6-7. Lifting the tape path cover XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 202 Place the tape reel on the supply hub (see figure 6-8). Figure 6-8. Placing the tape reel on the supply hub Step 6. Thread the tape to the take-up hub (see figure 6-9). Figure 6-9. Threading the tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 203 ON position by pressing down on the side marked 1 (see figure 6-11). Figure 6-11. Power switch Step 10. When the tape drive finds the BOT indicator, “Ld Point” appears on the tape drive message display and the tape drive is placed online. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 204 To unload a tape from the 9-track magnetic tape drive: Step 1. When “Offline” appears on the message display, press and hold the Reset button and the Rwd/Unl button (see figure 6-13). Figure 6-13. Reset and Rwd/Unl buttons XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 205 Step 1. Press the Power switch to the OFF position by pressing down the side marked 0 (see figure 6-14). Warning: This is essential for safety reasons. Figure 6-14. Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 206 Lift the cover of the peripheral cabinet (see figure 6-15). Figure 6-15. Opening the peripheral cabinet cover Step 3. Release the turnbuckles on the tape path cover by turning them counterclockwise (see figure 6-16). Figure 6-16. Turnbuckles 6-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 207 Lift the tape path cover (see figure 6-17). Figure 6-17. Lifting the tape path cover Step 5. Rotate the supply reel counterclockwise until all the tape is rewound (see figure 6-18). Figure 6-18. Rewinding the tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-11...
  • Page 208 (see figure 6-20). Figure 6-20. Turning the hub Step 10. Close the tape path cover and secure the turnbuckles by turning them clockwise. Step 11. Close the cover of the peripheral cabinet. 6-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 209 OFF position by pressing down on the side marked 0 (see figure 6-21). Figure 6-21. Power switch Caution: Unload the tape (or at least return it to BOT) before powering off the tape drive. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-13...
  • Page 210 When the write-enable ring is absent, the tape is protected and you can perform only read functions, including printing data from the tape. When the write-enable is present, you can both read and write (add files) on that tape. 6-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 211 The 18/36 track drive must have a tape cartridge loaded before it can be placed online. If a cartridge is loaded but the drive is not online, press the Ready button to place the drive online. Figure 6-24. Ready button Ready Button XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-15...
  • Page 212 Follow this procedure to load a cartridge into the 1/2 inch cartridge tape drive. Step 1. Hold the cartridge with the smooth side on top and the leader block toward the drive (see figure 6-24). Figure 6-25. Holding the 1/2 inch cartridge 6-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 213 After about 15 seconds, the tape drive completes the loading process and the message display reads “ON LINE.” The message display also shows whether the cartridge is file-protected (F) or unprotected (U). XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-17...
  • Page 214 Figure 6-28. Removing the cartridge Note: You can also rewind and/or unload a tape using the system controller terminal. For instructions, refer to the “Rewind/ unload tape” section later in this chapter. 6-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 215 If a cartridge is loaded in the tape drive, unload it. (Refer to the "Rewind/unload tape" section in this chapter.) Step 3. Press and release the Power switch Figure 6-30. Power switch Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-19...
  • Page 216 Do not write on a label that is on a cartridge. If you want to change a label, fill out a new one, remove the old one, and replace it with the new one. 6-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 217 When the white dot is not showing, you can both read and write on that tape. Figure 6-32 shows a 1/2 inch cartridge that is file protected (white dot showing). Figure 6-32. File-protected 1/2 inch cartridge XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-21...
  • Page 218 The following sections contain instructions for handling the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive. Figure 6-33 shows the components of the 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive. Figure 6-33. 1/4 inch cartridge tape drive LED indicator Door Release button 6-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 219 Step 2. Press the Release button to open the door. Lower the door manually. Step 3. Carefully remove the cartridge. Step 4. Close the door to prevent dust accumulation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-23...
  • Page 220 When the arrow on the tab is pointing to the word “SAFE,” the cartridge tape is protected from being written over. Figure 6-35. File-protected 1/4 inch cartridge with the black tab pointing to SAFE 6-24 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 221 Exposure to magnetic fields can cause data loss. • Never place heavy objects on top of a floppy disk. • Never expose floppy disks to excessive heat or sunlight. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 6-25...
  • Page 222 The system assumes you want prints of all the reports if you do not use this option. You are not required to use a comma if the REPORTS option is not used. 6-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 223 Specifies the tape device being used. Notes: 1. The tape device identifications are set up during sysgen. Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide for additional information. 2. You cannot select a tape device when you have selected DISC or FORM.
  • Page 224 MOVE n {files | blocks} n is the number of files or blocks you want to move forward or backward on the tape. A positive number positions you forward; a negative number positions you backward. 6-28 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 225: Hip Printing Tasks

    Select a communication mode • Place HIP online • Take HIP offline • Start a HIP print job • Stop HIP print jobs • Abort HIP print jobs • HIP jobs status • End HIP XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 226: Enter Hip Communication Mode

    HIP [option[,option[,...]]] HIP options are provided in this chapter in the task sections; however, for a complete list and explanation of all available HIP options, refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference . Note the following: •...
  • Page 227: Select A Communication Mode

    HP2020 SELECTED HOST NOT PRESENT ON SYSTEM HP2400 HIP INTERFACE MUST BE OFFLINE. ENTER ’HIP OFFLINE’. HP7100 CANNOT CHANGE HOSTS WHILE JOBS ARE PENDING OR ACTIVE. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 228: Place Hip Online

    The system’s response is delayed to the end of the current file if a file is being transmitted. The following messages appear: HP1200 OFFLINE PENDING END OF TRANSMISSION HP1207 OFFLINE PENDING END OF CURRENT ACTIVE XNS SESSION HP1230 HOST OFFLINE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 229: Start A Hip Print Job

    Stop Jobs task Enter the following command: HIP STOP Jobs already submitted for processing are not affected and are processed. Note: If jobs are being processed in job concatenation mode, enter HIP DRAIN instead. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 230: Abort A Hip Print Job

    Causes all jobs in the job queue to abort. [ job-id [, job-id ]] One or more HIP job numbers you want to abort. You can find the HIP job number through the HIP Jobs Status task. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 231: Hip Jobs Status

    SENT Display all files that have been sent to the host. STORED Display all files that have been stored by the host. SUMMARY Display a summary of the job queue. (See figure 7-1.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 232 Figure 7-2 shows the format of a normal display screen. Figure 7-2. Example of HIP job status display HOST:hst:linemode HIP:runmode FILEMODE:filemode JID# HOST NAME RECEIVED STATUS JOB# TIME nnnn host name hh:mm:ss status hh:mm:ss HP1110 END OF JOB DISPLAY XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 233 • RETAINDATA: The data from the job is retained for HIP CHANGE. • HOLDJOB: The job is retained due to HIP CHANGE. • PASSTHROUGH (XPF, only): The job is a pass through job. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 234: End Hip

    • The following message appear on the screen: HP1020 HOST INTERFACE PROCESSOR UNLOADED • The connection to the current host is sent offline. End HIP task Enter the following command: HIP END 7-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 235 Select a communication mode • Place HIP online • Take HIP offline • Start a HIP print job • Stop HIP print jobs • Abort HIP print jobs • HIP jobs status • End HIP XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 236 HIP [option[,option[,...]]] HIP options are provided in this chapter in the task sections; however, for a complete list and explanation of all available HIP options, refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference . Note the following: •...
  • Page 237 HP2020 SELECTED HOST NOT PRESENT ON SYSTEM HP2400 HIP INTERFACE MUST BE OFFLINE. ENTER ’HIP OFFLINE’. HP7100 CANNOT CHANGE HOSTS WHILE JOBS ARE PENDING OR ACTIVE. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 238 The system’s response is delayed to the end of the current file if a file is being transmitted. The following messages appear: HP1200 OFFLINE PENDING END OF TRANSMISSION HP1207 OFFLINE PENDING END OF CURRENT ACTIVE XNS SESSION HP1230 HOST OFFLINE XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 239 Stop Jobs task Enter the following command: HIP STOP Jobs already submitted for processing are not affected and are processed. Note: If jobs are being processed in job concatenation mode, enter HIP DRAIN instead. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 240 Causes all jobs in the job queue to abort. [ job-id [, job-id ]] One or more HIP job numbers you want to abort. You can find the HIP job number through the HIP Jobs Status task. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 241 SENT Display all files that have been sent to the host. STORED Display all files that have been stored by the host. SUMMARY Display a summary of the job queue. (See figure 7-1.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 242 Figure 7-2 shows the format of a normal display screen. Figure 7-2. Example of HIP job status display HOST:hst:linemode HIP:runmode FILEMODE:filemode JID# HOST NAME RECEIVED STATUS JOB# TIME nnnn host name hh:mm:ss status hh:mm:ss HP1110 END OF JOB DISPLAY XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 243 • RETAINDATA: The data from the job is retained for HIP CHANGE. • HOLDJOB: The job is retained due to HIP CHANGE. • PASSTHROUGH (XPF, only): The job is a pass through job. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 244 • The following message appear on the screen: HP1020 HOST INTERFACE PROCESSOR UNLOADED • The connection to the current host is sent offline. End HIP task Enter the following command: HIP END 7-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 245: Status And Print Tasks

    Bin full criteria and setting bin limits • Jobs status • Configure feeding or finishing device Status and print tasks You can perform status and print tasks by using the keyboard to enter commands. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 246: Understanding Clusters

    For additional information on clusters, refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference . Status and print tasks The following sections contain instructions for performing specific status and print tasks.
  • Page 247 — Auto. When the first bin is full, stacking automatically switches to the next bin. — Separate. The report switches to the next bin at the report boundary. Note: The Output Bin mode displays on the bin that is currently in use. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 248: Select Feeder Trays

    To feed paper from a specific tray, enter the following command: FEED tray number tray number is the number of the tray you want to use. To feed paper from a bulk feeder, enter the following command: FEED 7 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 249: Select Stacker Bins

    To select the AUTOMODE stacking order, enter the following command: SELECT AUTO To select the sample tray, enter the following command: SELECT TRAY To select Stacker A, enter the following command: SELECT A XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 250: Tray Loading

    Clusters task To display all clusters in the system, enter the following command: CLUSTER XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 251 Prevents tray being removed from current status in any inactive cluster. Note: When a current tray is added or assigned to a cluster, that tray number is deleted from all other clusters, unless /NR is entered with it. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 252: Ordered Stock

    4. Use the OSTK command in the following way: OSTK 3 6 The above command tells the LPS that page 6 is ready to be printed from the ordered stock in tray 3 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 253: Transparencies

    Causes or cancels the use of transparencies in the next print job. Once the job has printed, the transparency control returns to the coding in the job stream. (Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference for additional information.)
  • Page 254: Purge Feed

    Enter the following command: UNLOAD { n | a } Table 8-5 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-5. UNLOAD command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description The feeder tray. The stacker bin. 8-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 255: Set Tray Size

    Table 8-6 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-6. SET TRAY command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description The tray you want to modify. The new width in millimeters. The new length in millimeters. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-11...
  • Page 256: Set Container Size

    Table 8-8 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-8. SET CONTAINER command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description container # The container you want to modify. The new width in millimeters. The new length in millimeters. 8-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 257: Bin Full Criteria And Setting Bin Limits

    The bin whose limit you are setting. For example, enter A to set the limit for stacker bin A. sheet count The number of sheets that can be sent to the bin. The number must be between 100 and 2500. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-13...
  • Page 258: Job Status

    RESET Display jobs with the status “Reset.” ABORT Display jobs with the status “Aborted.” RCVY Display jobs with the status “RCVY/NS.” The number of jobs for which you want status information displayed. 8-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 259: Configuring A Finishing Device

    Use this command to check the settings for the finishing or feeding devices configured for the LPS. Logon level Levels 2 through 5. Syntax FCG SHOW Restrictions SHOW cannot be abbreviated to SHO. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-15...
  • Page 260: Fcg Procedures

    To display all profile labels for the feeding or finishing device, enter the following command: To display the current device configuration values, enter the following command: FCG SHOW Note: SHOW cannot be abbreviated to SHO. 8-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 261 Bin full criteria and setting bin limits • Jobs status • Configure feeding or finishing device Status and print tasks You can perform status and print tasks by using the keyboard to enter commands. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 262 For additional information on clusters, refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference . Status and print tasks The following sections contain instructions for performing specific status and print tasks.
  • Page 263 — Auto. When the first bin is full, stacking automatically switches to the next bin. — Separate. The report switches to the next bin at the report boundary. Note: The Output Bin mode displays on the bin that is currently in use. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 264 To feed paper from a specific tray, enter the following command: FEED tray number tray number is the number of the tray you want to use. To feed paper from a bulk feeder, enter the following command: FEED 7 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 265 To select the AUTOMODE stacking order, enter the following command: SELECT AUTO To select the sample tray, enter the following command: SELECT TRAY To select Stacker A, enter the following command: SELECT A XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 266 Clusters task To display all clusters in the system, enter the following command: CLUSTER XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 267 Prevents tray being removed from current status in any inactive cluster. Note: When a current tray is added or assigned to a cluster, that tray number is deleted from all other clusters, unless /NR is entered with it. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 268 4. Use the OSTK command in the following way: OSTK 3 6 The above command tells the LPS that page 6 is ready to be printed from the ordered stock in tray 3 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 269 Causes or cancels the use of transparencies in the next print job. Once the job has printed, the transparency control returns to the coding in the job stream. (Refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference for additional information.)
  • Page 270 Enter the following command: UNLOAD { n | a } Table 8-5 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-5. UNLOAD command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description The feeder tray. The stacker bin. 8-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 271 Table 8-6 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-6. SET TRAY command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description The tray you want to modify. The new width in millimeters. The new length in millimeters. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-11...
  • Page 272 Table 8-8 lists each parameter and its description. Table 8-8. SET CONTAINER command parameters and descriptions Parameter Description container # The container you want to modify. The new width in millimeters. The new length in millimeters. 8-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 273 The bin whose limit you are setting. For example, enter A to set the limit for stacker bin A. sheet count The number of sheets that can be sent to the bin. The number must be between 100 and 2500. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-13...
  • Page 274 RESET Display jobs with the status “Reset.” ABORT Display jobs with the status “Aborted.” RCVY Display jobs with the status “RCVY/NS.” The number of jobs for which you want status information displayed. 8-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 275 Use this command to check the settings for the finishing or feeding devices configured for the LPS. Logon level Levels 2 through 5. Syntax FCG SHOW Restrictions SHOW cannot be abbreviated to SHO. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 8-15...
  • Page 276 To display all profile labels for the feeding or finishing device, enter the following command: To display the current device configuration values, enter the following command: FCG SHOW Note: SHOW cannot be abbreviated to SHO. 8-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 277: File Control Tasks

    You can perform file control tasks by entering commands at the keyboard display. The following sections contain instructions for performing specific file control tasks. COPY Use this task to copy files residing on the system disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 278: Copying Files

    Copying files Use the copy commands to copy files from disk to disk, tape to disk, or disk to tape. The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS may use open-reel tape, 1/2 inch cartridge, or 1/4 inch cartridge. In these commands: •...
  • Page 279: Copy (Disk To Labeled Tape Or Cartridge)

    WRITE LABEL ALL command from a disk containing another version of operating system software (older or newer) to a disk containing the current level of software may result in incompatible user file type existing on the disk because of software differences. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 280: Copy (Disk To Unlabeled Tape)

    EOFs, backspacing over one of them when another file is written. This results in one EOF between each file, with a double EOF at the end of all the files. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 281: Copy (Labeled Tape Or Cartridge To Disk)

    JDL, JSL, LGO, MSC, PDE, TMP, TST, IPF, IPM, LIB, STK, TSK, SYS, PCH, FIS, LOG, SAF, OSD, DAT, TPF, and XCS directories. file-type Specifies the name of a directory on tape to be written to disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 282: Copy (Unlabeled Tape To Disk)

    The command, COPY TAPE [LABEL] ALL copies all the files from the Xerox-labeled tape, stores them with the same file name as on tape and catalogs them by file type. After copying the files from an LPS-labeled file tape to disk, use the TAPE REWIND or TAPE UNLOAD command to rewind the tape.
  • Page 283 Note: If the file-id used in the COPY TAPE command already exists on a disk, the file directory pointer is erased first. Then, when the tape read is successful, the new file is copied to disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 284: Copy To/From Floppy

    To format and initialize a floppy disk, enter the following command: FLOPPY FORMAT Refer to your Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for additional information. To copy files from the system disk to a floppy disk, enter the following...
  • Page 285: Delete

    Refer to the “Setting file access and task executing privileges” section in chapter 1 for further information. Masking can be used with this application. Example DELETE UNIVAC.JSL,FORMX.FSL UNIVAC.JSL DELETED FORMX.FSL DELETED Caution: System (SYS) files should never be deleted. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 286: File

    If the /EX option is not entered, only the file IDs are displayed. Note that when /EX is selected, the leading and trailing strings are not allowed. Note: Extended file information is not displayed for licensed fonts and logos or secured files. 9-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 287 The total number of files displayed as well as the total number of disk sectors used by these files is accumulated and displayed by file type. The Total of n sectors in m files message displays as each parameter on the file command is processed. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-11...
  • Page 288: Fix

    (must be FNT or LGO) in which it resides, in the form file-name.file-type . (Masking can be used for this application.) file-type Specifies the file directory type (must be FNT or LGO) on which the fix process is performed. 9-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 289: Review

    Syntax RNAME old-file-id new-file-id If the file-type part of the new file-id is not specified, the file type is the same as the old file. (Masking does not apply to this command.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-13...
  • Page 290: Scale

    255/ 600 (.425) inches. Widths overridden in this manner may yield “compressed” characters when used in Interpress printing. Problem characters will typically be in 36 point fonts and above. 9-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 291 255/600 (.425) inches, the output font will not generate and the FONT FILE, %s, CANNOT BE SCALED(BYTE ESCAPEMENT)** message appears. • Do not interrupt SCALE processing. If an interruption occurs, enter a carriage return to resume the process. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-15...
  • Page 292: List Tape Or Cartridge Files

    A character string (except commas) appended to each file-name in the list that is created. The total number of leading and trailing characters cannot be greater than 50. 9-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 293 To print the file, exit from the editor (using the END command). You may spool editor print files. The current working storage file is intact if you reenter the editor after the file is printed. The listing is in portrait mode. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-17...
  • Page 294: Type

    HOSTCOPY must have line numbers added with the editor (refer to the MERGE command). Only the uppercase letters A to Z, and the digits 0 to 9 can be used in source file names. 9-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 295 You can perform file control tasks by entering commands at the keyboard display. The following sections contain instructions for performing specific file control tasks. COPY Use this task to copy files residing on the system disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 296 Copying files Use the copy commands to copy files from disk to disk, tape to disk, or disk to tape. The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS may use open-reel tape, 1/2 inch cartridge, or 1/4 inch cartridge. In these commands: •...
  • Page 297 WRITE LABEL ALL command from a disk containing another version of operating system software (older or newer) to a disk containing the current level of software may result in incompatible user file type existing on the disk because of software differences. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 298 EOFs, backspacing over one of them when another file is written. This results in one EOF between each file, with a double EOF at the end of all the files. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 299 JDL, JSL, LGO, MSC, PDE, TMP, TST, IPF, IPM, LIB, STK, TSK, SYS, PCH, FIS, LOG, SAF, OSD, DAT, TPF, and XCS directories. file-type Specifies the name of a directory on tape to be written to disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 300 The command, COPY TAPE [LABEL] ALL copies all the files from the Xerox-labeled tape, stores them with the same file name as on tape and catalogs them by file type. After copying the files from an LPS-labeled file tape to disk, use the TAPE REWIND or TAPE UNLOAD command to rewind the tape.
  • Page 301 Note: If the file-id used in the COPY TAPE command already exists on a disk, the file directory pointer is erased first. Then, when the tape read is successful, the new file is copied to disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 302 To format and initialize a floppy disk, enter the following command: FLOPPY FORMAT Refer to your Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for additional information. To copy files from the system disk to a floppy disk, enter the following...
  • Page 303 Refer to the “Setting file access and task executing privileges” section in chapter 1 for further information. Masking can be used with this application. Example DELETE UNIVAC.JSL,FORMX.FSL UNIVAC.JSL DELETED FORMX.FSL DELETED Caution: System (SYS) files should never be deleted. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 304 If the /EX option is not entered, only the file IDs are displayed. Note that when /EX is selected, the leading and trailing strings are not allowed. Note: Extended file information is not displayed for licensed fonts and logos or secured files. 9-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 305 The total number of files displayed as well as the total number of disk sectors used by these files is accumulated and displayed by file type. The Total of n sectors in m files message displays as each parameter on the file command is processed. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-11...
  • Page 306 (must be FNT or LGO) in which it resides, in the form file-name.file-type . (Masking can be used for this application.) file-type Specifies the file directory type (must be FNT or LGO) on which the fix process is performed. 9-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 307 Syntax RNAME old-file-id new-file-id If the file-type part of the new file-id is not specified, the file type is the same as the old file. (Masking does not apply to this command.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-13...
  • Page 308 255/ 600 (.425) inches. Widths overridden in this manner may yield “compressed” characters when used in Interpress printing. Problem characters will typically be in 36 point fonts and above. 9-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 309 255/600 (.425) inches, the output font will not generate and the FONT FILE, %s, CANNOT BE SCALED(BYTE ESCAPEMENT)** message appears. • Do not interrupt SCALE processing. If an interruption occurs, enter a carriage return to resume the process. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-15...
  • Page 310 A character string (except commas) appended to each file-name in the list that is created. The total number of leading and trailing characters cannot be greater than 50. 9-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 311 To print the file, exit from the editor (using the END command). You may spool editor print files. The current working storage file is intact if you reenter the editor after the file is printed. The listing is in portrait mode. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 9-17...
  • Page 312 HOSTCOPY must have line numbers added with the editor (refer to the MERGE command). Only the uppercase letters A to Z, and the digits 0 to 9 can be used in source file names. 9-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 313: Maintenance Tasks

    Precautions you should take For your own safety and to protect the LPS, follow these precautions whenever you perform maintenance tasks: • Use only replacement supplies recommended by Xerox or Xerox Limited. • Keep replacement supplies in stock. (Refer to appendix B, “Supplies.”)
  • Page 314: Maintaining The Printer

    Replacing the dry ink cartridge Note: Make sure to use only MICR dry ink. The dry ink cartridge of the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX system is red, and the dispenser is keyed to prevent the installation of the wrong type of dry ink.
  • Page 315 Turn a new, full cartridge of dry ink upside down and shake it well to loosen the contents thoroughly (see figure 10-3). Figure 10-3. Preparing the dry ink cartridge Step 7. Insert the new cartridge into the printer until it stops. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-3...
  • Page 316 If this does not remove the ink immediately, launder with detergent and cold water. Dry cleaners should be told that the spot is dry ink for a printer, so they will not use a solvent that sets the stain. 10-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 317: Replacing The Dry Ink Waste Container

    Pull the full waste container out of the printer (see figure 10-6). Figure 10-6. Removing the full waste container Step 4. Remove the cap from the top of the full waste container. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-5...
  • Page 318 If this does not remove the ink immediately, launder with detergent and cold water. Dry cleaners should be told that the spot is dry ink for a printer, so they will not use a solvent that sets the stain. 10-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 319: Adding Fuser Agent

    Place a drop cloth on the floor under the fuser area. Step 3. Grasp the green handle on the fuser drawer and pull it out until it stops (see figure 10-10). Figure 10-10.Opening the fuser drawer XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-7...
  • Page 320 Fuser agent spills make the floor slippery. Caution: The fuser reservoir has an antisplash seal. Do not push the fuser agent bottle into the reservoir with excessive force, as this can damage the seal. 10-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 321 Replace the reservoir cap by turning it clockwise. Step 10. Push the fuser agent reservoir in until it stops. Step 11. Push the fuser drawer in until it latches in place (see figure 10-13). Figure 10-13.Closing the fuser drawer XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-9...
  • Page 322: Cleaning The Sensors And The Reflecting Surfaces

    • Q1107 sensor • Q1164 sensor. Cleaning the Q850 sensor Follow this procedure when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. Step 1. Open the printer right and left doors and locate area 4. Step 2. Raise the area 4 green handle until it locks into place (see figure 10-14).
  • Page 323 Place a dry cleaning pad on the sensor and move it from left to right to clean the sensor. Figure 10-15.Cleaning the Q850 sensor Step 5. Lower the area 4 green handle. Step 6. Close the printer doors. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-11...
  • Page 324: Cleaning The Q1011 Sensor And Mirror

    MAINTENANCE TASKS Cleaning the Q1011 sensor and mirror Follow this procedure when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. Step 1. Open the right and left doors of the printer and locate the Q1011 sensor (see figure 10-16). Figure 10-16.Q1011 sensor location Step 2.
  • Page 325: Cleaning Additional Sensors

    MAINTENANCE TASKS Cleaning additional sensors There are additional sensors which you should clean when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. To clean the sensors, follow this procedure: Step 1. Brush or wipe the sensor window lightly. Step 2.
  • Page 326 MAINTENANCE TASKS Sensor Q1107 To access sensor Q1107, open the top cover of the high-capacity stacker. See figure 10-19 for the location of the sensor. Figure 10-19.Q1107 sensor location 10-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 327: Cleaning The Terminal And The Exterior Surfaces Of The System

    Liquids must not be allowed to drip onto anything electrical or mechanical. For the same reason, never spray or pour the cleaner directly onto the keyboard or the exterior surfaces of the system. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-15...
  • Page 328: Cleaning The Open-Reel Tape Drive

    Clean after 100 tape loads: — Supply reel — Clamp pads. • Clean as required: — Painted surfaces — Tape path cover. Figure 10-21 shows the location of the tape path components. 10-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 329 Tape heads Bollard Tachometer Roller Take-up hub Inspect the tape path regularly and monitor the error rates. You may be able to clean less frequently after seeing the results of this schedule. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-17...
  • Page 330: Cleaning Precautions-Read Before Cleaning

    Raise the cover as far as it will go. Step 4. Press the Reset button to open the tape loading door. Step 5. Turn off the tape drive by pressing the Power switch off. 10-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 331: Cleaning The Tape Path

    To clean the exterior of the tape drive, you must use the following materials: • Antistatic cleaner and a soft cloth to clean the tape path cover. • A cloth moistened with soapy water to clean the painted surfaces of the tape drive. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-19...
  • Page 332: Cleaning The 1/2 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive

    Mark the usage on the tape label. Do not use a grease pencil. Cleaning a cartridge Before inserting a cartridge, inspect it for damage or dirt. If the cartridge is dirty, wipe the outside surfaces with a lint-free cloth. 10-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 333: Cleaning The 1/4 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive

    100 times. Using the custom transfer assist blade The transfer assist blade in the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS assures good print quality for your jobs. A kit is available allowing you to customize a transfer assist blade for use with non- standard paper size.
  • Page 334: Installing The Custom Transfer Assist Blade

    11.5 to 11.6 inches/292 to 294 mm 11.7 inches/297 mm 12.1 to 12.9 inches/307 to 328 mm 13 inches/330 mm Note: Set the tray width to the width of the custom paper. 10-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 335 Precautions you should take For your own safety and to protect the LPS, follow these precautions whenever you perform maintenance tasks: • Use only replacement supplies recommended by Xerox or Xerox Limited. • Keep replacement supplies in stock. (Refer to appendix B, “Supplies.”)
  • Page 336 Replacing the dry ink cartridge Note: Make sure to use only MICR dry ink. The dry ink cartridge of the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX system is red, and the dispenser is keyed to prevent the installation of the wrong type of dry ink.
  • Page 337 Turn a new, full cartridge of dry ink upside down and shake it well to loosen the contents thoroughly (see figure 10-3). Figure 10-3. Preparing the dry ink cartridge Step 7. Insert the new cartridge into the printer until it stops. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-3...
  • Page 338 If this does not remove the ink immediately, launder with detergent and cold water. Dry cleaners should be told that the spot is dry ink for a printer, so they will not use a solvent that sets the stain. 10-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 339 Pull the full waste container out of the printer (see figure 10-6). Figure 10-6. Removing the full waste container Step 4. Remove the cap from the top of the full waste container. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-5...
  • Page 340 If this does not remove the ink immediately, launder with detergent and cold water. Dry cleaners should be told that the spot is dry ink for a printer, so they will not use a solvent that sets the stain. 10-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 341 Place a drop cloth on the floor under the fuser area. Step 3. Grasp the green handle on the fuser drawer and pull it out until it stops (see figure 10-10). Figure 10-10.Opening the fuser drawer XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-7...
  • Page 342 Fuser agent spills make the floor slippery. Caution: The fuser reservoir has an antisplash seal. Do not push the fuser agent bottle into the reservoir with excessive force, as this can damage the seal. 10-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 343 Replace the reservoir cap by turning it clockwise. Step 10. Push the fuser agent reservoir in until it stops. Step 11. Push the fuser drawer in until it latches in place (see figure 10-13). Figure 10-13.Closing the fuser drawer XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-9...
  • Page 344 • Q1107 sensor • Q1164 sensor. Cleaning the Q850 sensor Follow this procedure when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. Step 1. Open the printer right and left doors and locate area 4. Step 2. Raise the area 4 green handle until it locks into place (see figure 10-14).
  • Page 345 Place a dry cleaning pad on the sensor and move it from left to right to clean the sensor. Figure 10-15.Cleaning the Q850 sensor Step 5. Lower the area 4 green handle. Step 6. Close the printer doors. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-11...
  • Page 346 MAINTENANCE TASKS Cleaning the Q1011 sensor and mirror Follow this procedure when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. Step 1. Open the right and left doors of the printer and locate the Q1011 sensor (see figure 10-16). Figure 10-16.Q1011 sensor location Step 2.
  • Page 347 MAINTENANCE TASKS Cleaning additional sensors There are additional sensors which you should clean when directed by the Xerox Customer Support Center personnel. To clean the sensors, follow this procedure: Step 1. Brush or wipe the sensor window lightly. Step 2.
  • Page 348 MAINTENANCE TASKS Sensor Q1107 To access sensor Q1107, open the top cover of the high-capacity stacker. See figure 10-19 for the location of the sensor. Figure 10-19.Q1107 sensor location 10-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 349 Liquids must not be allowed to drip onto anything electrical or mechanical. For the same reason, never spray or pour the cleaner directly onto the keyboard or the exterior surfaces of the system. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-15...
  • Page 350 Clean after 100 tape loads: — Supply reel — Clamp pads. • Clean as required: — Painted surfaces — Tape path cover. Figure 10-21 shows the location of the tape path components. 10-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 351 Tape heads Bollard Tachometer Roller Take-up hub Inspect the tape path regularly and monitor the error rates. You may be able to clean less frequently after seeing the results of this schedule. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-17...
  • Page 352 Raise the cover as far as it will go. Step 4. Press the Reset button to open the tape loading door. Step 5. Turn off the tape drive by pressing the Power switch off. 10-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 353 To clean the exterior of the tape drive, you must use the following materials: • Antistatic cleaner and a soft cloth to clean the tape path cover. • A cloth moistened with soapy water to clean the painted surfaces of the tape drive. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 10-19...
  • Page 354 Mark the usage on the tape label. Do not use a grease pencil. Cleaning a cartridge Before inserting a cartridge, inspect it for damage or dirt. If the cartridge is dirty, wipe the outside surfaces with a lint-free cloth. 10-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 355 100 times. Using the custom transfer assist blade The transfer assist blade in the Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS assures good print quality for your jobs. A kit is available allowing you to customize a transfer assist blade for use with non- standard paper size.
  • Page 356 11.5 to 11.6 inches/292 to 294 mm 11.7 inches/297 mm 12.1 to 12.9 inches/307 to 328 mm 13 inches/330 mm Note: Set the tray width to the width of the custom paper. 10-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 357: Problem Solving Tasks

    The following sections deal with LPS problems. Fault masking and the printer control console The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS allows you to continue printing while certain faults or conditions exist in areas of the printer not currently being used. The LPS does this by “masking” the fault or condition and continuing to print the current job.
  • Page 358 If a fault exists in the system at the time that a masked fault occurs, only the Fault icon appears on the printer control console. Any masked fault condition messages still appear in the message area of the printer control console. 11-2 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 359: Printing Problems

    Paper heavier than 24 pounds is considered heavy weight. • The following factors may affect the positioning of the paper levers: — machine tolerance — paper supplier — job type (e.g., duplex). XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-3...
  • Page 360: Paper Jams

    (see figure 11-3). Figure 11-3. Jam display on the printer control console Note: It is important that you clear the sheets only in the area(s) indicated on the printer control console. 11-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 361: Paper Curl And Paper Jams

    If the print curl on the printed paper stock measures between +2 and -2, do not change the decurler setting. • If the curl is between +2 and +3, or -3 and -4, use the following procedure to adjust the decurler lever. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-5...
  • Page 362 Step 5. If there is still a paper curl problem, perform steps 1 to 4 again. Step 6. If all else fails, insert paper from a new ream. 11-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 363: Aids To Paper Jam Clearance

    Figure 11-6. Message labels inside the LPS Each handle, lever, or knob that must be moved to clear a jam is bright green and marked with an arrow indicating the direction it moves. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-7...
  • Page 364: Clearing Area Paper Jams

    Step 4. Close any printer doors that were opened. Step 5. Press the Continue button to resume printing. Step 6. Discard any damaged sheets sent to the sample tray or purge tray. 11-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 365: Checking Job Integrity Following A Paper Jam

    Note: A message may appear on the system controller display and printer control console telling you that there is a suspected page delivery error and advising you to check the output. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-9...
  • Page 366: Printer Areas

    PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Printer areas Figures 11-8 through 11-26 show printer areas 2 through 20. Figure 11-8. Area 2 Figure 11-9. Area 3 11-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 367 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-10.Area 4 Figure 11-11.Area 5 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-11...
  • Page 368 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-12.Area 6 Figure 11-13.Area 7 Figure 11-14.Area 8 11-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 369 If paper rips as you are removing it from area 9, or if you have difficulty removing paper from this area, you may have to use the pinch lever located further inside area 9. Paper may be caught in this area when doing duplex printing. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-13...
  • Page 370 Replace the green pinch lever to its original position. Make sure that you relatch the lever once you have cleared any paper in this area. Step 5. Discard any paper you removed. Figure 11-16.Area 10 11-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 371 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-17.Area 11 (feeder/stacker) Figure 11-18.Area 12 (feeder/stacker) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-15...
  • Page 372 Figure 11-19.Area 13 Figure 11-20.Area 14 Note: You may sometimes find paper lying on top of area 14, even though there is no message indicating a jam in this area. Discard the paper. 11-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 373 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-21.Area 15 Figure 11-22.Area 16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-17...
  • Page 374 Note: If your LPS has frequent jams in this area, you may need to clean the Q1106 sensor. Refer to the “Cleaning the sensors and the reflecting surfaces” section of the “Maintenance tasks” chapter. Figure 11-24.Area 18 11-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 375 • If your LPS is fitted with a Bypass Transport Module, you should check for paper jams in areas 19 and 20 after clearing an area 18 paper jam. To do so: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-19...
  • Page 376 Press the Area 19 green lever in the direction of the arrow printed on it (see figure 11-25). Figure 11-25.Area 19 Step 3. Remove any paper in the exposed area. Step 4. Press the green lever to the left until the latch catches. 11-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 377 Step 6. Remove any paper in the exposed area. Step 7. Press the green lever down and to the left until the latch catches. Step 8. Close the Bypass Transport Module door. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-21...
  • Page 378: Clearing A Misfeed (Feeder Tray Fault)

    For the high-capacity feeder trays, also ensure the side guide is firmly touching the side of the stack. Note: You do not need to discard transparencies and other stiff materials unless they are damaged. 11-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 379 Slide the tray back into the printer until the tray latches and press the Continue button to resume printing. Step 8. Discard any pages sent to the sample tray, purge tray, or unused stacker bin when the misfeed was detected. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-23...
  • Page 380: Frequent Misfeeds (Processor Feeder Trays)

    Figure 11-30.Unlatching the paper feeder assembly Step 2. Lightly moisten a lint-free towel with Xerox recommended film remover and wipe the outside surface of the feed belt thoroughly in the same direction as the ribs on the belt (see figure 11-31). Wiping from side to side might pull the belt off its track.
  • Page 381: Faults Are Cleared But The Attention Light Is Still On

    Film remover may be obtained from your Xerox service representative. Faults are cleared but the Attention light is still on If you have cleared all faults that are listed on the printer control console, but the Attention light is still on and the message “Output is...
  • Page 382: Incorrect Paper Size Message

    • LPS does not boot • Printer does not respond to the system controller • Blank display on the system controller terminal • Rasterization messages appear on the system controller display 11-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 383: Lps Does Not Boot (System Controller Terminal)

    Press the Boot button on the operator control panel (see figure 11- 33). Figure 11-33.Boot button on the operator control panel Step 3. Reenter the BOOT command. If the system still does not boot, call for service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-27...
  • Page 384: Printer Does Not Respond To System Controller

    Enter the PSC (printer subsystem controller) command. This should put the printer back in communication with the system controller. Note: Ask your Xerox service representative to change this command to a Logon Level 2 if not already done. Otherwise, you will not be able to access it.
  • Page 385: Rasterization Messages

    When the process is complete, the following message appears: OS1627 Local density problem rasterization is complete The printer now cycles up and prints the problem page. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-29...
  • Page 386: Power Failure

    When this message appears, notify your supervisor immediately. Appropriate action can then be taken to save the report information and reinitialize the status file. 11-30 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 387: Open-Reel Tape Drive Problems

    The following sections deal with open-reel tape drive problems. Tape drive does not perform self-load routine Ensure the tape path cover and the loading door are fully closed (see figure 11-34). Figure 11-34.Tape path cover and loading door XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-31...
  • Page 388: Ok" Appears On The Tape Drive Message Display, But The Loading Door Is Closed

    If the door still does not open, tap on it lightly to open it. “LID OPEN” appears on the tape drive message display Ensure the tape path cover turnbuckles are all secured (see figure 11-36). Figure 11-36.Tape path cover turnbuckles 11-32 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 389: 1/2 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive Problems

    Turn off the tape drive by pressing the Power switch to OFF. • Wait 10 seconds and then turn the tape drive back on by pressing the Power switch to ON Figure 11-37.DC power switch Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-33...
  • Page 390 “Offline printing tasks” chapter 6.) If the cartridge is damaged, use an undamaged cartridge instead. If the cartridge is undamaged but you cannot load it, call for service. 11-34 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 391 Press the Unload button. Tape winds completely out of cartridge Call for service. If there is an error code message on the message display, record the code and report it to the service representative. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-35...
  • Page 392: Message Display Is Blank

    AC Power switch Step 3. Turn the Power switch OFF and then ON. (See figure 11-41). Figure 11-41.DC power switch Power switch Step 4. If the display is still blank, call for service. 11-36 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 393 If the drive still does not become ready, call for service. If there is an error code message on the message display, record the code and report it to the service representative. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-37...
  • Page 394: Calling For Service

    Status codes which appear in the message display of the tape drive control panel if there is a tape drive problem. Your call will be answered by a Xerox representative who will ask you for your equipment model. You will also be asked for: •...
  • Page 395 This information is given to a customer service representative who will call you back to discuss the information and give you an estimated time of arrival or assist you over the phone to resolve the problem. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-39...
  • Page 396 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-44.Paper curl chart 11-40 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 397: Problem Solving Tasks

    The following sections deal with LPS problems. Fault masking and the printer control console The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS allows you to continue printing while certain faults or conditions exist in areas of the printer not currently being used. The LPS does this by “masking” the fault or condition and continuing to print the current job.
  • Page 398 If a fault exists in the system at the time that a masked fault occurs, only the Fault icon appears on the printer control console. Any masked fault condition messages still appear in the message area of the printer control console. 11-2 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 399: Printing Problems

    Paper heavier than 24 pounds is considered heavy weight. • The following factors may affect the positioning of the paper levers: — machine tolerance — paper supplier — job type (e.g., duplex). XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-3...
  • Page 400: Paper Jams

    (see figure 11-3). Figure 11-3. Jam display on the printer control console Note: It is important that you clear the sheets only in the area(s) indicated on the printer control console. 11-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 401: Paper Curl And Paper Jams

    If the print curl on the printed paper stock measures between +2 and -2, do not change the decurler setting. • If the curl is between +2 and +3, or -3 and -4, use the following procedure to adjust the decurler lever. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-5...
  • Page 402 Step 5. If there is still a paper curl problem, perform steps 1 to 4 again. Step 6. If all else fails, insert paper from a new ream. 11-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 403: Aids To Paper Jam Clearance

    Figure 11-6. Message labels inside the LPS Each handle, lever, or knob that must be moved to clear a jam is bright green and marked with an arrow indicating the direction it moves. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-7...
  • Page 404: Clearing Area Paper Jams

    Step 4. Close any printer doors that were opened. Step 5. Press the Continue button to resume printing. Step 6. Discard any damaged sheets sent to the sample tray or purge tray. 11-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 405: Checking Job Integrity Following A Paper Jam

    Note: A message may appear on the system controller display and printer control console telling you that there is a suspected page delivery error and advising you to check the output. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-9...
  • Page 406: Printer Areas

    PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Printer areas Figures 11-8 through 11-26 show printer areas 2 through 20. Figure 11-8. Area 2 Figure 11-9. Area 3 11-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 407 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-10.Area 4 Figure 11-11.Area 5 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-11...
  • Page 408 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-12.Area 6 Figure 11-13.Area 7 Figure 11-14.Area 8 11-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 409 If paper rips as you are removing it from area 9, or if you have difficulty removing paper from this area, you may have to use the pinch lever located further inside area 9. Paper may be caught in this area when doing duplex printing. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-13...
  • Page 410 Replace the green pinch lever to its original position. Make sure that you relatch the lever once you have cleared any paper in this area. Step 5. Discard any paper you removed. Figure 11-16.Area 10 11-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 411 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-17.Area 11 (feeder/stacker) Figure 11-18.Area 12 (feeder/stacker) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-15...
  • Page 412 Figure 11-19.Area 13 Figure 11-20.Area 14 Note: You may sometimes find paper lying on top of area 14, even though there is no message indicating a jam in this area. Discard the paper. 11-16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 413 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-21.Area 15 Figure 11-22.Area 16 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-17...
  • Page 414 Note: If your LPS has frequent jams in this area, you may need to clean the Q1106 sensor. Refer to the “Cleaning the sensors and the reflecting surfaces” section of the “Maintenance tasks” chapter. Figure 11-24.Area 18 11-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 415 • If your LPS is fitted with a Bypass Transport Module, you should check for paper jams in areas 19 and 20 after clearing an area 18 paper jam. To do so: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-19...
  • Page 416 Press the Area 19 green lever in the direction of the arrow printed on it (see figure 11-25). Figure 11-25.Area 19 Step 3. Remove any paper in the exposed area. Step 4. Press the green lever to the left until the latch catches. 11-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 417 Step 6. Remove any paper in the exposed area. Step 7. Press the green lever down and to the left until the latch catches. Step 8. Close the Bypass Transport Module door. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-21...
  • Page 418: Clearing A Misfeed (Feeder Tray Fault)

    For the high-capacity feeder trays, also ensure the side guide is firmly touching the side of the stack. Note: You do not need to discard transparencies and other stiff materials unless they are damaged. 11-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 419 Slide the tray back into the printer until the tray latches and press the Continue button to resume printing. Step 8. Discard any pages sent to the sample tray, purge tray, or unused stacker bin when the misfeed was detected. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-23...
  • Page 420: Frequent Misfeeds (Processor Feeder Trays)

    Figure 11-30.Unlatching the paper feeder assembly Step 2. Lightly moisten a lint-free towel with Xerox recommended film remover and wipe the outside surface of the feed belt thoroughly in the same direction as the ribs on the belt (see figure 11-31). Wiping from side to side might pull the belt off its track.
  • Page 421: Faults Are Cleared But The Attention Light Is Still On

    Film remover may be obtained from your Xerox service representative. Faults are cleared but the Attention light is still on If you have cleared all faults that are listed on the printer control console, but the Attention light is still on and the message “Output is...
  • Page 422: Incorrect Paper Size Message

    • LPS does not boot • Printer does not respond to the system controller • Blank display on the system controller terminal • Rasterization messages appear on the system controller display 11-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 423: Lps Does Not Boot (System Controller Terminal)

    Press the Boot button on the operator control panel (see figure 11- 33). Figure 11-33.Boot button on the operator control panel Step 3. Reenter the BOOT command. If the system still does not boot, call for service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-27...
  • Page 424: Printer Does Not Respond To System Controller

    Enter the PSC (printer subsystem controller) command. This should put the printer back in communication with the system controller. Note: Ask your Xerox service representative to change this command to a Logon Level 2 if not already done. Otherwise, you will not be able to access it.
  • Page 425: Rasterization Messages

    When the process is complete, the following message appears: OS1627 Local density problem rasterization is complete The printer now cycles up and prints the problem page. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-29...
  • Page 426: Power Failure

    When this message appears, notify your supervisor immediately. Appropriate action can then be taken to save the report information and reinitialize the status file. 11-30 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 427: Open-Reel Tape Drive Problems

    The following sections deal with open-reel tape drive problems. Tape drive does not perform self-load routine Ensure the tape path cover and the loading door are fully closed (see figure 11-34). Figure 11-34.Tape path cover and loading door XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-31...
  • Page 428: Ok" Appears On The Tape Drive Message Display, But The Loading Door Is Closed

    If the door still does not open, tap on it lightly to open it. “LID OPEN” appears on the tape drive message display Ensure the tape path cover turnbuckles are all secured (see figure 11-36). Figure 11-36.Tape path cover turnbuckles 11-32 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 429: 1/2 Inch Cartridge Tape Drive Problems

    Turn off the tape drive by pressing the Power switch to OFF. • Wait 10 seconds and then turn the tape drive back on by pressing the Power switch to ON Figure 11-37.DC power switch Power switch XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-33...
  • Page 430 “Offline printing tasks” chapter 6.) If the cartridge is damaged, use an undamaged cartridge instead. If the cartridge is undamaged but you cannot load it, call for service. 11-34 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 431 Press the Unload button. Tape winds completely out of cartridge Call for service. If there is an error code message on the message display, record the code and report it to the service representative. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-35...
  • Page 432 AC Power switch Step 3. Turn the Power switch OFF and then ON. (See figure 11-41). Figure 11-41.DC power switch Power switch Step 4. If the display is still blank, call for service. 11-36 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 433 If the drive still does not become ready, call for service. If there is an error code message on the message display, record the code and report it to the service representative. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-37...
  • Page 434 Status codes which appear in the message display of the tape drive control panel if there is a tape drive problem. Your call will be answered by a Xerox representative who will ask you for your equipment model. You will also be asked for: •...
  • Page 435 This information is given to a customer service representative who will call you back to discuss the information and give you an estimated time of arrival or assist you over the phone to resolve the problem. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE 11-39...
  • Page 436 PROBLEM SOLVING TASKS Figure 11-44.Paper curl chart 11-40 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 437: Micr Operating Procedures

    Overview MICR is an acronym for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS is identical to the Xerox DocuPrint 96 LPS, except that it is enhanced to provide MICR capability. Xerox DocuPrint 96MX systems may be operated in MICR or non-MICR mode.
  • Page 438: Features Of The Xerox Docuprint 96Mx System

    It prints the variable data and the MICR line at the same time. MICR materials Toner and developer Both the toner and the developer are designed to function on a Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS and do not function satisfactorily in the Xerox DocuPrint 96 systems. Fuser agent Use only fuser agent in a Xerox DocuPrint 96MX system.
  • Page 439: Turning Micr Mode On Or Off

    MICR OPERATING PROCEDURES Turning MICR mode on or off The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS may run in MICR or non-MICR mode. This gives you control of the printer MICR state. To perform the mode selection, enter the following command at the System...
  • Page 440: Should Micr Be Turned Off Or On

    MICR mode settings upon completion of a MICR mode job. • NONE, where the system will come up with the non-MICR mode settings following a sysgen, and will stay at any keyed-in setting until a new setting is entered. 12-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 441: Micr Output

    MICR line readability. Check the MICR Clear Band (see figure 12-3). Figure 12-3. MICR Clear Band The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS enables you to create machine- readable documents using the standard E-13B font that supports 14 characters including numerals zero through nine, as well as the following symbols: •...
  • Page 442 The dash is sometimes used as a separator within the On-Us field, although reader/sorter manufacturers discourage its use because of detection problems. Some banks use the dash to separate the bank branch number from the account number. 12-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 443: Tools To Check Micr Output

    MICR Position and Dimension Gauge • 8 Power (X) Comparator with MICR Grid. Note: Use the custom transfer assist blade on all Xerox DocuPrint 96MX systems running non-standard paper sizes to ensure acceptable MICR line quality. Refer to the “Maintenance tasks”...
  • Page 444: Adding Dry Ink

    The procedure for adding dry ink is identical to the procedure on the non-MICR printer. Caution: Use only MICR dry ink for a MICR (Xerox DocuPrint 96MX) printer. MICR dry ink cannot be re-used or interchanged with the standard, Xerox DocuPrint 96 LPS, Xerox 4135 LPS, or Xerox 4635 LPS dry ink.
  • Page 445 Overview MICR is an acronym for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS is identical to the Xerox DocuPrint 96 LPS, except that it is enhanced to provide MICR capability. Xerox DocuPrint 96MX systems may be operated in MICR or non-MICR mode.
  • Page 446 It prints the variable data and the MICR line at the same time. MICR materials Toner and developer Both the toner and the developer are designed to function on a Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS and do not function satisfactorily in the Xerox DocuPrint 96 systems. Fuser agent Use only fuser agent in a Xerox DocuPrint 96MX system.
  • Page 447 MICR OPERATING PROCEDURES Turning MICR mode on or off The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS may run in MICR or non-MICR mode. This gives you control of the printer MICR state. To perform the mode selection, enter the following command at the System...
  • Page 448 MICR mode settings upon completion of a MICR mode job. • NONE, where the system will come up with the non-MICR mode settings following a sysgen, and will stay at any keyed-in setting until a new setting is entered. 12-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 449 MICR line readability. Check the MICR Clear Band (see figure 12-3). Figure 12-3. MICR Clear Band The Xerox DocuPrint 96MX LPS enables you to create machine- readable documents using the standard E-13B font that supports 14 characters including numerals zero through nine, as well as the following symbols: •...
  • Page 450 The dash is sometimes used as a separator within the On-Us field, although reader/sorter manufacturers discourage its use because of detection problems. Some banks use the dash to separate the bank branch number from the account number. 12-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 451 MICR Position and Dimension Gauge • 8 Power (X) Comparator with MICR Grid. Note: Use the custom transfer assist blade on all Xerox DocuPrint 96MX systems running non-standard paper sizes to ensure acceptable MICR line quality. Refer to the “Maintenance tasks”...
  • Page 452 The procedure for adding dry ink is identical to the procedure on the non-MICR printer. Caution: Use only MICR dry ink for a MICR (Xerox DocuPrint 96MX) printer. MICR dry ink cannot be re-used or interchanged with the standard, Xerox DocuPrint 96 LPS, Xerox 4135 LPS, or Xerox 4635 LPS dry ink.
  • Page 453: Meter Reading And Billing Report

    Instead of using physical meters, software in the printer maintains the page count in its memory. Each month, that information needs to be reviewed and transmitted to Xerox for billing purposes. This appendix describes the procedures necessary to extract the information and report it to Xerox.
  • Page 454 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 3 pitch mode:300 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 4 pitch mode:0 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 5 pitch mode:0 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered = 101600 Percentage of duplex impressions: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 455 (see figure A-2). Figure A-2. Locating your LPS serial number If you are reporting other Xerox printers during the same call, ensure you have the serial number and meter read information available for each one before calling the Electronic Meter Read Collection System.
  • Page 456 A Month End Meter Read Reporting Worksheet (see figure A-3) to help you record your meter readings. The worksheet can be used as a master for making additional copies. Figure A-3. Month End Meter Read Reporting Worksheet XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 457 7 key, for example, so you press 3. (The entire “code” for S is *73.) Example: To enter the serial number 6D5789123, press the following keys: 6 *31 5 7 8 9 1 2 3 # XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 458 Entering meter read information To enter meter read information: Step 1. Call the Xerox Electronic Meter Data Collection System’s toll- free number. It operates 24 hours a day, every day, including weekends and holidays. Meter readings should be reported between the 20th and the last working day of each month.
  • Page 459 If it is correct, enter #; if it is not, repeat the cancellation/reentry process. Step 6. Once you have successfully completed step 5, the system says: “All readings accepted.” XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 460 # sign to acknowledge the entries as complete. You may then choose to enter more machine information or terminate the session. (Refer to step 6 in the previous section.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 461 Instead of using physical meters, software in the printer maintains the page count in its memory. Each month, that information needs to be reviewed and transmitted to Xerox for billing purposes. This appendix describes the procedures necessary to extract the information and report it to Xerox.
  • Page 462 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 3 pitch mode:300 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 4 pitch mode:0 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered in 5 pitch mode:0 Good Impressions Successfully Delivered = 101600 Percentage of duplex impressions: XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 463 (see figure A-2). Figure A-2. Locating your LPS serial number If you are reporting other Xerox printers during the same call, ensure you have the serial number and meter read information available for each one before calling the Electronic Meter Read Collection System.
  • Page 464: Touchtone Telephone Direct Meter Read Entry System

    A Month End Meter Read Reporting Worksheet (see figure A-3) to help you record your meter readings. The worksheet can be used as a master for making additional copies. Figure A-3. Month End Meter Read Reporting Worksheet XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 465: Understanding The System

    7 key, for example, so you press 3. (The entire “code” for S is *73.) Example: To enter the serial number 6D5789123, press the following keys: 6 *31 5 7 8 9 1 2 3 # XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 466: Entering Meter Read Information

    Entering meter read information To enter meter read information: Step 1. Call the Xerox Electronic Meter Data Collection System’s toll- free number. It operates 24 hours a day, every day, including weekends and holidays. Meter readings should be reported between the 20th and the last working day of each month.
  • Page 467 If it is correct, enter #; if it is not, repeat the cancellation/reentry process. Step 6. Once you have successfully completed step 5, the system says: “All readings accepted.” XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 468: Reviewing And Changing Data

    # sign to acknowledge the entries as complete. You may then choose to enter more machine information or terminate the session. (Refer to step 6 in the previous section.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 469: How To Order Supplies (In U.s.a.)

    A purchase order number, if that is the method of payment used by your company. Consumable supplies table Table B-1 lists the supplies that are available from Xerox for your laser printing system. Use this table to help you determine your supply needs.
  • Page 470 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Ivory, 3-hole 3R3080 8.5 x 14 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Ivory 3R3096 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Gray 3R3066 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Gray, 3-hole 3R3802 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 471 3 hole drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4426 Reverse Collated Non-drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4415 Singles (5-tab set) 3 hole drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4416 Cover stock 8.5 x 11 inch 65 lb., blue 3R3044 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 472 Cleaning Kit Foam-tipped swabs 99P87256 Lint-free towels 35P2163 Containers 8.5 x 11 inch Base 9R1103 Pallet 9R1104 11 x 17 inch Base 9R1105 Pallet 9R1106 QIC blank cartridge Call 1-800-828-5881 to order 9R84168 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 473 A purchase order number, if that is the method of payment used by your company. Consumable supplies table Table B-1 lists the supplies that are available from Xerox for your laser printing system. Use this table to help you determine your supply needs.
  • Page 474 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Ivory, 3-hole 3R3080 8.5 x 14 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Ivory 3R3096 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Gray 3R3066 8.5 x 11 inch Dual Purpose Colors—Gray, 3-hole 3R3802 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 475 3 hole drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4426 Reverse Collated Non-drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4415 Singles (5-tab set) 3 hole drilled, 90 lb., Index white 3R4416 Cover stock 8.5 x 11 inch 65 lb., blue 3R3044 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 476 Cleaning Kit Foam-tipped swabs 99P87256 Lint-free towels 35P2163 Containers 8.5 x 11 inch Base 9R1103 Pallet 9R1104 11 x 17 inch Base 9R1105 Pallet 9R1106 QIC blank cartridge Call 1-800-828-5881 to order 9R84168 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 477 Transmission in data communications controlled by start and stop elements at the beginning and end of each character. Thus, time intervals between transmitted characters may be unequal in length. Paper size measuring 250 by 353 mm. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-1...
  • Page 478 (pixel); for example, if a bit is 1, the corresponding pixel is printed. bit mapped Display image generated bit by bit for each point or dot. A software- driven scanner is used to create characters or graphics. GLOSSARY-2 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 479 (, . ! ?) used to represent data. Characters can also be nonprinting, such as space, tab, or carriage return. character cell Digitized space containing a single character within a font set. character code Code representing alphanumeric information, for example, ASCII. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-3...
  • Page 480 GLOSSARY character code identifier Code associated with the universal identifier “Xerox” to indicate the version of the Xerox character code standard used to code Interpress strings. character set Number of different characters used by a particular device, including alphabetic, numeric, and special characters such as symbols.
  • Page 481 Term used to indicate jobs in which multiple copies of a report will contain different data, as with paychecks and banking statements. characters per inch. Designates the number of characters per inch for a particular typeface. See also pitch. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-5...
  • Page 482 The default value of a field may be changed. descender Portion of alphabetic character that extends below the baseline. See also ascender, x height. device Any piece of hardware other than the central processing unit (CPU). GLOSSARY-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 483 Blank spaces within a command line. Ethernet Xerox local area network (LAN) that allows data to be transmitted by cable from one device to another, enabling it to share the network. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 484 Page of data that, when preceded by proper commands, is stored on the system disk as a permanent file. It may be merged with variable data by a form start command. See also FDL; FSL. GLOSSARY-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 485 Feeder tray capable of holding 2500 sheets of 20 pound/75 gsm paper. The high-capacity feeder trays are the primary paper supply for the DocuPrint 96 LPS. They are located in the bottom half of the feeder/stacker modules. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 486 General term encompassing the flow of data into and out of a system. input processing Formatting control for the pages of a report. insert To add text or graphics to a document. interface Device by which two systems connect and communicate with each other. GLOSSARY-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 487 (2x scaling), except the logical rules result in superior output. Interpress Xerox standard that defines digital representation of lines for printing. Interpress documents can be printed on any sufficiently powerful printer equipped with Interpress print software.
  • Page 488 Alphanumeric beginning with a letter, optionally including an asterisk, period, colon, or slash, and not enclosed in single quotes. load To enter data into storage or working registers. location Place in which data can be stored. GLOSSARY-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 489 In the Xerox printing systems environment, a formatted page that is smaller than the physical page. A logical page is defined by an origin, thus allowing more than one logical page to be placed on a physical page.
  • Page 490 Offline operations are much slower than online operations. See also online. offset To place pages currently being printed in slightly different positions from previous pages. GLOSSARY-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 491 The operating system is always running when the computer is active. Unlike other types of programs, it does not run to an end point and stop. The operating system of a Xerox LPS is referred to as the operating system software (OSS).
  • Page 492 On systems with XPAF, a job that is sent directly from a host to a Xerox printer using XPAF, without undergoing XPAF processing. password Unique word or set of characters that an operator or user must supply to log on to a system.
  • Page 493 Creation of a page’s bit map image for printing. read/write head Input/output device that reads and writes data in the form of magnetic dots on the surface of an external storage medium, such as a magnetic disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-17...
  • Page 494 (the shorter side of a sheet of paper). For the 4135 LPS, short-edge feed allows larger sizes of paper (up to 11 by 17 inches/279 by 432 mm) to be printed. GLOSSARY-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 495 300 spots per inch (spi). May also be referred to as a picture element (pixel) or dot. statement Detailed written instructions in a program step. A statement is written according to specific rules called syntax. static data Information usually found on preprinted forms or overlays. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-19...
  • Page 496 Software programs that support and/or control system functions by governing hardware operation and input/output processes, interpreting source programs and breaking them down into machine language, distributing tasks among various processors, and so on. GLOSSARY-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 497 The number of characters that can be stored on magnetic media, such as how close together data can be recorded. The Xerox LPS may use either 1600 bpi or 6250 bpi density magnetic media. tape drive Input/output device that controls the movement of magnetic storage tape past the read/write head while data is accessed or stored.
  • Page 498 Variable data is not a part of a form design. It varies from page to page. variable text Text of changing nature, such as various names and addresses combined with a form letter to make a complete document. GLOSSARY-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 499 Vertical axis on a forms grid Advanced Customer Training Advanced Function Printing ANSI American National Standards Institute ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange binary coded decimal bottom of form beginning of tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-23...
  • Page 500 (DEC interface for LPS) disk operating system dots per inch DSDD double sided double density digital signal unit disk save and restore DSSD double sided single density GLOSSARY-24 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 501 Font Interchange Standard file management subsystem formatting print service forms source library font specification table group code recording grams per square meter high-capacity feeder high-capacity stacker HFDL host forms description language Host Interface Processor XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-25...
  • Page 502 GLOSSARY-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 503 PROM programmable read-only memory printer subsystem controller point PWBA printed wiring board assembly XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-27...
  • Page 504 TL/DL text line/display list top of form tracks per inch test pattern job total xerographic convergence Universal Character Set UCSB Universal Character Set Buffer user interface GLOSSARY-28 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 505 Xerox Job Control Facility xerographic mode persistence xerographic mode switching Xerox Network Systems XPAF, XPF Xerox Printer Access Facility XPMF-VMS Xerox Print Management Facility - VMS Version XPPI Xerox Pen Plotter Interface Xerox Publishing System XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-29...
  • Page 506 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY-30 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 507 Transmission in data communications controlled by start and stop elements at the beginning and end of each character. Thus, time intervals between transmitted characters may be unequal in length. Paper size measuring 250 by 353 mm. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-1...
  • Page 508 (pixel); for example, if a bit is 1, the corresponding pixel is printed. bit mapped Display image generated bit by bit for each point or dot. A software- driven scanner is used to create characters or graphics. GLOSSARY-2 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 509 (, . ! ?) used to represent data. Characters can also be nonprinting, such as space, tab, or carriage return. character cell Digitized space containing a single character within a font set. character code Code representing alphanumeric information, for example, ASCII. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-3...
  • Page 510 GLOSSARY character code identifier Code associated with the universal identifier “Xerox” to indicate the version of the Xerox character code standard used to code Interpress strings. character set Number of different characters used by a particular device, including alphabetic, numeric, and special characters such as symbols.
  • Page 511 Term used to indicate jobs in which multiple copies of a report will contain different data, as with paychecks and banking statements. characters per inch. Designates the number of characters per inch for a particular typeface. See also pitch. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-5...
  • Page 512 The default value of a field may be changed. descender Portion of alphabetic character that extends below the baseline. See also ascender, x height. device Any piece of hardware other than the central processing unit (CPU). GLOSSARY-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 513 Blank spaces within a command line. Ethernet Xerox local area network (LAN) that allows data to be transmitted by cable from one device to another, enabling it to share the network. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 514 Page of data that, when preceded by proper commands, is stored on the system disk as a permanent file. It may be merged with variable data by a form start command. See also FDL; FSL. GLOSSARY-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 515 Feeder tray capable of holding 2500 sheets of 20 pound/75 gsm paper. The high-capacity feeder trays are the primary paper supply for the DocuPrint 96 LPS. They are located in the bottom half of the feeder/stacker modules. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 516 General term encompassing the flow of data into and out of a system. input processing Formatting control for the pages of a report. insert To add text or graphics to a document. interface Device by which two systems connect and communicate with each other. GLOSSARY-10 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 517 (2x scaling), except the logical rules result in superior output. Interpress Xerox standard that defines digital representation of lines for printing. Interpress documents can be printed on any sufficiently powerful printer equipped with Interpress print software.
  • Page 518 Alphanumeric beginning with a letter, optionally including an asterisk, period, colon, or slash, and not enclosed in single quotes. load To enter data into storage or working registers. location Place in which data can be stored. GLOSSARY-12 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 519 In the Xerox printing systems environment, a formatted page that is smaller than the physical page. A logical page is defined by an origin, thus allowing more than one logical page to be placed on a physical page.
  • Page 520 Offline operations are much slower than online operations. See also online. offset To place pages currently being printed in slightly different positions from previous pages. GLOSSARY-14 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 521 The operating system is always running when the computer is active. Unlike other types of programs, it does not run to an end point and stop. The operating system of a Xerox LPS is referred to as the operating system software (OSS).
  • Page 522 On systems with XPAF, a job that is sent directly from a host to a Xerox printer using XPAF, without undergoing XPAF processing. password Unique word or set of characters that an operator or user must supply to log on to a system.
  • Page 523 Creation of a page’s bit map image for printing. read/write head Input/output device that reads and writes data in the form of magnetic dots on the surface of an external storage medium, such as a magnetic disk. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-17...
  • Page 524 (the shorter side of a sheet of paper). For the 4135 LPS, short-edge feed allows larger sizes of paper (up to 11 by 17 inches/279 by 432 mm) to be printed. GLOSSARY-18 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 525 300 spots per inch (spi). May also be referred to as a picture element (pixel) or dot. statement Detailed written instructions in a program step. A statement is written according to specific rules called syntax. static data Information usually found on preprinted forms or overlays. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-19...
  • Page 526 Software programs that support and/or control system functions by governing hardware operation and input/output processes, interpreting source programs and breaking them down into machine language, distributing tasks among various processors, and so on. GLOSSARY-20 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 527 The number of characters that can be stored on magnetic media, such as how close together data can be recorded. The Xerox LPS may use either 1600 bpi or 6250 bpi density magnetic media. tape drive Input/output device that controls the movement of magnetic storage tape past the read/write head while data is accessed or stored.
  • Page 528 Variable data is not a part of a form design. It varies from page to page. variable text Text of changing nature, such as various names and addresses combined with a form letter to make a complete document. GLOSSARY-22 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 529 Vertical axis on a forms grid Advanced Customer Training Advanced Function Printing ANSI American National Standards Institute ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange binary coded decimal bottom of form beginning of tape XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-23...
  • Page 530 (DEC interface for LPS) disk operating system dots per inch DSDD double sided double density digital signal unit disk save and restore DSSD double sided single density GLOSSARY-24 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 531 Font Interchange Standard file management subsystem formatting print service forms source library font specification table group code recording grams per square meter high-capacity feeder high-capacity stacker HFDL host forms description language Host Interface Processor XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-25...
  • Page 532 GLOSSARY-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 533 PROM programmable read-only memory printer subsystem controller point PWBA printed wiring board assembly XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-27...
  • Page 534 TL/DL text line/display list top of form tracks per inch test pattern job total xerographic convergence Universal Character Set UCSB Universal Character Set Buffer user interface GLOSSARY-28 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE...
  • Page 535 Xerox Job Control Facility xerographic mode persistence xerographic mode switching Xerox Network Systems XPAF, XPF Xerox Printer Access Facility XPMF-VMS Xerox Print Management Facility - VMS Version XPPI Xerox Pen Plotter Interface Xerox Publishing System XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS OPERATOR GUIDE GLOSSARY-29...
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