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*1: If you cannot retract stiff paper well using Weight Flange 1 or if the diameter of the retracted paper is wider than
the Rewind Spool, use Weight Flange 2. When using Weight Flange 2, adjust the paper feed amount by execut-
ing Auto(GenuinePpr) or Auto(OtherPaper).
• Do not use combinations other than those identified here.
• Insert the Weight Flange and Weight Joint firmly on the Weight Roll.
• Use identical Weight Flange on the left and right ends. Insert matching Weight Flanges (1 or 2) on
both ends of the Weight Roll.
• Keep unused weight rolls, weight joints, and weight flanges handy by putting them in the box and
putting the box under the Stand.
Set the Weight Roll gently on top of the slack in the roll paper.
The media take-up unit is now ready for use. Printed rolls can now be rewound automatically.
• Always set the Weight Roll on the paper. Failure to do this may cause rewinding problems.
• When setting the Weight Roll on the paper, avoid touching the paper core and causing the wound roll
to become misaligned on the left and right end. If it is misaligned on the left and right ends, a rewind-
ing problem may result.
(See "Automatic Banding Adjustment (Adj. Quality).")
Loading the Rewind Spool on the Media Take-up Unit
Media take-up unit
Flange to Use