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Toshiba e-Studio 2500c Operator's Manual

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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL COLOR SYSTEMS
Operator's Manual
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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL COLOR SYSTEMS Operator's Manual for Basic Functions...
  • Page 2 In accordance with EPA NERGY TAR program guidelines, Toshiba recommends the following recycled paper. Great White MultiUse 20 paper If you have any questions regarding the use of recycled paper or some recommended types of recycled paper, please contact your authorized Toshiba dealer.
  • Page 3: Notice To Users

    WARNING Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by TOSHIBA TEC or parties authorized by TOSHIBA TEC, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
  • Page 4: Lineup Of Our Manuals

    Lineup of Our Manuals Thank you for purchasing the Toshiba multifunctional digital color systems e-STUDIO2500c/ 3500c/3510c. We have provided you with these manuals for the operation of this equipment. Select and read the manual best suited to your needs. Quick Start Guide This Quick Start Guide describes the initial setup method of this equip- ment and accessories of this product such as operator’s manuals and...
  • Page 5 Network Administration Guide This Network Administration Guide explains the guidelines for setting up network servers to provide various network services, and troubleshoot- ing for network administrators. Printing Guide This Printing Guide explains how to install the client software for printing from Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS, and UNIX computers, and print to the equipment.
  • Page 6 User Management Guide This User Management Guide describes how to manage this equipment using the functions of “Department Management”, “User Management Setting” and “User Authentication for Scan to E-mail”. To read manuals in PDF (Portable Document Format) files Viewing and printing this operator’s manual in PDF files require that you install Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC.
  • Page 7: Before Reading This Manual

    Before Reading This Manual This operator’s manual describes the following: How to use this equipment How to inspect and carry out maintenance on this equipment How to remedy mechanical and copying problems Precautions in this manual To ensure correct and safe use of this equipment, this operator’s manual describes safety pre- cautions according to the three levels shown below.
  • Page 8 ©2006 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION. No patent liability is assumed, however, with respect to the use of the information contained herein.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Notice to Users .....................1 Lineup of Our Manuals.................2 Before Reading This Manual ...............5 Toshiba Quality is Second to None ............15 Features of the e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c .......... 17 General Precautions...................19 Disclaimer Notice ..................25 Forgery Prevention Function/Storage of Color Copies ......26...
  • Page 10 Bypass Copying ..................83 Bypass copying ..................83 Bypass copying on standard size paper..........84 Bypass copying on non-standard size paper...........90 Proof Copy ....................94 Chapter 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Paper Selection...................98 Automatic Paper Selection (APS)............98 Manual paper selection .................100 Copying mixed-sized originals in one operation (mixed original size) ..101 Switching Color Mode................103 Enlargement and Reduction Copying ............104 Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) ..........104...
  • Page 11 RGB Adjustment..................144 One-Touch Adjustment................145 Background Adjustment................146 Sharpness ....................147 Twin Color (2-Color) Copy ...............148 TWIN COLOR SELECTABLE ...............148 RED & BLACK..................151 Monocolor copying ..................154 Hue ......................155 Saturation....................156 Chapter 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS IMAGE SHIFT ....................159 Creating a right or left margin ..............159 Creating a top or bottom margin............161 Creating a bookbinding margin..............163 EDGE ERASE ....................165...
  • Page 12 Single feed mode ..................200 FULL IMAGE....................202 IMAGE REPEAT ..................204 Chapter 6 e-FILING e-Filing.......................208 Creating User Boxes ................210 Changing Data of User Boxes ..............213 Deleting User Boxes.................216 Storing Documents in e-Filing ..............218 Printing Stored Documents ..............223 Printing the whole document ..............223 Test printing...................225 Printing the stored document after changing the settings .....226 Deleting Folders or Documents ..............228...
  • Page 13 Confirming Print Job Status..............273 Print jobs ....................273 Proof print jobs ..................277 Private print jobs..................280 When using department codes..............285 USB print ....................288 Confirming Scan Job Status ..............293 Log List......................294 Confirming job history in log list.............295 Registering into address book from log lists..........299 Printing journals (send/receive log list)..........301 Print Status Display..................302 Releasing print job errors ..............302...
  • Page 14 Chapter 10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Toner near Empty” ................349 “Time for Slit glass and Main charger cleaning”........352 Cleaning the slit glass................352 Cleaning the chargers ................355 “Check staple cartridge” .................356 Finisher (optional: MJ-1101)..............356 Finisher (optional: MJ-1030)..............358 “Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit” .......360 “Examine stapler”...
  • Page 15 Image trouble ..................388 Chapter 12 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c Specifications .........392 Specifications of Options ................395 Packing List ....................399 Copying Function Combination Matrix ..........400 Combination Matrix 1/2................400 Combination Matrix 2/2................401 Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix........402 Combination Matrix 1/2................402 Combination Matrix 2/2................403 INDEX ............................405 CONTENTS...
  • Page 16 CONTENTS...
  • Page 17: Toshiba Quality Is Second To None

    Toshiba Quality is Second to None e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c Toner Cartridges. It is recommended that genuine Toshiba supplies and parts be used to obtain optimum results. Toshiba Quality is Second to None...
  • Page 18 Genuine Toshiba supplies are designed to provide consistently stable image output. Copier Friendly Supplies Genuine Toshiba supplies are designed to help to keep the copier and all its parts in trouble- free working order. Reduction of machine wear is due to Toshiba’s intimate knowledge of the copier’s character- istics ensuring the highest standard of care.
  • Page 19: Features Of The E-Studio2500C/3500C/3510C

    Features of the e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c The e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c is a Multifunctional Digital Color System with high speed and high image quality. The e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c is equipped with the network function such as the printing and scanning one for comprehensive use to meet the needs of your office. The e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c also provides superior cost performance for black-and-white copying and high color reproduction and fine color adjustment for color copying so that you can make copies as expected.
  • Page 20 *3 An icon appears on the touch panel when the Data Encryption Function is enabled on this equipment. < How to check active status of Data Encryption Function > Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel, and then click the [COUNTER] tab on the touch panel.
  • Page 21: General Precautions

    General Precautions When installing or moving Warning This Multifunctional Digital Color Systems requires 115 V, 12 A, 50/60 Hz electric power. Do not use a power supply with a voltage other than that specified. Avoid multiple connections in the same outlet. This could cause a fire or give you an electric shock.
  • Page 22 Caution When removing the plug from the outlet, do not pull the power cord. Always hold the plug when removing it from the outlet. If the power cord is pulled, the wires may become broken and this could cause a fire or give you an electric shock. Make sure that the ventilation holes are not blocked up.
  • Page 23: When Using The Multifunctional Digital Color Systems

    Other points Make sure that there is enough space around the system to facilitate changing of parts, maintenance and clearing paper jam. If there is insufficient space, some operations, such as bypass feeding, will become difficult and the Multifunctional Digital Color Systems could even break down. To insure optimal operation, allow clearances of at least 31.5"...
  • Page 24 Caution Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could cause personal injury. Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the Multifunctional Digital Color Systems. If the objects fall off, this could cause injury.
  • Page 25 Position of Certification label, etc. Explanatory label Identification label Certification label Warning for grounding wire Warning label Warning for high temperature area ( fuser unit ) Warning for handling transfer belt Warning for high temperature area ( ventilation holes ) Warning for high temperature area ( fuser unit )
  • Page 26: During Maintenance Or Inspection

    Other points Be very careful to treat the touch panel gently and never hit it. Breaking the surface could cause malfunctions. Do not turn the power OFF with jammed paper left inside the Multifunctional Digital Color Systems. This could cause malfunctions when the main switch is turned ON next time. To turn the power OFF, see P.48 “Turning power off (Shutdown)”.
  • Page 27: Disclaimer Notice

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

    Forgery Prevention Function/Storage of Color Copies Forgery prevention function This copier has a forgery prevention function. Please ensure that your digital full-color copier is not used for making copies of prohibited items. Storage of color copies The copies should be kept in a place which is not exposed to light to prevent fading when they are stored for a long time.
  • Page 29 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT This chapter describes what you need to know before using this equipment, such as how to turn the power ON or how to set copy paper. Description of Each Component ................28 Front / Right side..........................28 Configuration of options ........................32 Control panel.............................35 Adjustment of the angle of the control panel..................37 Touch panel............................39...
  • Page 30: Chapter 1 Before Using Equipment

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Description of Each Component Front / Right side 1. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional, MR-3018) A stack of originals placed on this are scanned one sheet by one. Both sides of original can be scanned. Maximum 100 sheets (20 lb. Bond), 80 sheets (28 lb. Bond) (or stack height 0.62") of originals can be placed in one go.
  • Page 31 6. Paper feed cover (optional) Open this cover when releasing a paper misfeed in the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) or Large Capacity Feeder (optional). P.329 “Misfeed in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional)” P.330 “Misfeed in the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional)” 7.
  • Page 32: Left Side / Inner Side

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Left side / Inner side ( 12 ) 1. Platen sheet P.386 “Daily Inspection” 2. Original glass Use this to copy three-dimensional originals, book-type originals and special paper such as overhead transparencies or tracing paper, as well as plain paper. P.66 “Setting Originals”...
  • Page 33 5. Charger cleaner P.352 ““Time for Slit glass and Main charger cleaning”” 6. Toner bag P.323 “Replace Toner Bag Symbol” 7. Slit glass cleaner Use this if the copied or printed paper is stained. P.352 ““Time for Slit glass and Main charger cleaning”” 8.
  • Page 34: Configuration Of Options

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Configuration of options 1. Original Cover (KA-3511PC) Holds an original. 2. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (MR-3018) Automatically feeds a placed stack of originals one by one to have them copied. 3. Bridge Unit (KN-3500) Acts as a relay for the finisher and this equipment. 4.
  • Page 35 This unit enables you to punch holes on printouts. It can be used by installing it on the Fin- isher (MJ-1030). Other options available are as follows. Contact your service technician or Toshiba product dis- tributors for details. Work Table (KK-3511) This is a small table for placing originals while the equipment is operated.
  • Page 36 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Bluetooth Module (GN-2010) This module enables the Bluetooth printing. Installed inside of the equipment The Antenna (GN-3010) is necessary. Antenna (GN-3010) This is used when the Wireless LAN Module and Bluetooth Module are installed. When the Wireless LAN module (GN-1041) is installed, it is placed on the back right side of the equipment.
  • Page 37: Control Panel

    Control panel Use the buttons on the control panel for various operations and settings through the equipment. 1. [HELP] button Use this button to display the description of the functions and the buttons on the touch panel. 2. [USER FUNCTIONS] button Use this button for paper size or media type setting of drawers, and registration of the copy, scan and FAX settings (including a default setting change.) See the User Functions Guide for the functions enabled by this button.
  • Page 38 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 10. [INTERRUPT] button Use this button to interrupt the copy job in process and perform another one. The interrupted job is resumed by your pressing this button again. 11. [JOB STATUS] button Use this button to confirm each job status, printing status, and FAX transmission/reception status of a print job, scan job and FAX job.
  • Page 39: Adjustment Of The Angle Of The Control Panel

    Adjustment of the angle of the control panel When adjusting the angle of the control panel The angle of the control panel is adjustable at any angle between 7 and 45 degrees from the horizontal position. When changing the angle of the control panel, be careful not to catch your hands in the gap between the equipment and the control panel.
  • Page 40 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Slide the stopper (in the posi- tion A) slightly to the right, and then pull it out. Fit the latches of the stopper in the hole of the position B and insert them turning the stop- per itself.
  • Page 41: Touch Panel

    Touch panel When the power is turned on, the basic menu for the copier function appears on this touch panel. The status of the equipment is also displayed on the touch panel with messages and illus- trations. Message 10. Original mode button Reproduction ratio 11.
  • Page 42 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT (An example is shown below.) Buttons appearing on the various menus are as follows (some buttons may not appear on the menu): Description of Each Component...
  • Page 43: Adjusting The Contrast Of The Touch Panel

    Clearing functions selected When you press the selected button, the function which has been selected is cleared. Or the selected setting is cleared automatically by the automatic function clear* when the equipment has been left inactive for a specified period of time. Automatic function clear: This function works when a specified period of time has passed since the last paper exit or the last entry of any button.
  • Page 44: Setting Letters

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Setting letters The following menu appears when any letter entry is required for the operations of scanning, e- Filing, template and Internet FAX. Use the buttons on the touch panel for letter entry and use the digital keys on the control panel for number entry.
  • Page 45: Preparation 1- Turning Power On/Off

    Preparation 1- Turning Power On/Off Turning power on Open the switch cover, and then turn the power switch on. The equipment starts warming-up. “Wait Warming Up” appears during warming-up. While the equipment is warming up, you can use the auto job start function. P.80 “Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start)”) The equipment will be ready for copying after about 99 seconds and “READY”...
  • Page 46: When Department Or User Management Is Used

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT When department or user management is used When the use of the equipment is managed under department management or user manage- ment function, each user needs to enter the department code or user information. Department management You can restrict users or manage copy volumes made by an individual group or department in your company using the department codes.
  • Page 47: User Management

    User management Users of the equipment can be limited and the available functions and past record of each user can be controlled by using the user management function. When the equipment is managed under this function, turn the power of the equipment ON and enter the information required (e.g. user name, password) to use the equipment.
  • Page 48 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Press the [USER NAME] button. Enter the user name (maximum 128 letters) and then press the [ENTER] button. Press the [PASSWORD] button. Preparation 1- Turning Power On/Off...
  • Page 49 Enter the password (maximum 64 letters) and then press the [ENTER] button. Press the [ENTER] button. The menu will switch and the equipment will be ready to be used. If the user information is incorrectly entered, the menu will not switch. In this case, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button and then enter it again.
  • Page 50: Turning Power Off (Shutdown)

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Turning power off (Shutdown) When turning OFF the power of the equipment, be sure to shut it down following the procedure below. Check the following three points before shutdown. No jobs should be left in the print job list. ( P.272 “Job Status”) None of the PRINT DATA, MEMORY RX and FAX communication lamps should be blinking.
  • Page 51 “Shutdown in progress” appears on the menu. After a while, the equipment is shut down and the power is turned OFF. The power switch automatically returns to the OFF position. Turning the power off (Shutting down) with the [USER FUNCTIONS] button The equipment can also be shut down by following the procedure below.
  • Page 52: Energy Saving Mode

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT “Processing job will be deleted. Are you sure you want to shut- down?” appears on the menu. Press the [YES] button. To cancel the shutdown operation, press the [NO] button. “Shutdown in progress” appears on the menu. After a while, the equipment is shut down and the power is turned OFF.
  • Page 53 See the User Functions Guide to change the default settings noted above. The equipment can also be made to enter the sleep mode manually by means of the following procedure. Press the [ENERGY SAVER/ SHUTDOWN] button on the control panel. Press the [SLEEP] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 54: Preparation 2- Setting Copy Paper

    *2 Use Thick 2 mode for sticker labels. Multiple paper sizes cannot be set in one drawer. “Maximum sheet capacity” refers to the maximum number of sheets when Toshiba-recom- mended paper is set. Be sure that the paper height does not exceed the line indicated inside of the guide.
  • Page 55: Recommended Paper

    AquaAce/Verbatim SPECIAL2 230 g/m *1 Only Toshiba-recommended OHP film should be used. Using any other film may cause a malfunction. Handling and storing paper Pay attention to the following points: Avoid using paper that is specially treated or previously printed on another machine, and also avoid performing double copying on the same side of the paper, since this may cause a malfunction.
  • Page 56: Setting Copy Paper (Size Change)

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Setting copy paper (size change) When you set or add copy paper in the drawer, follow the procedure below. Placing paper in the drawer Turn the power on. Pull out the drawer carefully until it comes to a stop. Push the lower part of the end guide in the direction of the arrow to remove it, then rein-...
  • Page 57 While pushing the green lever of the side guide in the direc- tion of the arrow, set the side guide to the desired paper size. Adjust the side guides with both hands. Push the arrow part (left side) to lock the side guide. Preparation 2- Setting Copy Paper...
  • Page 58 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Place paper in the drawer(s). Place paper with its copy side up. (The copy side may be described on the wrapping paper.) For the maximum number of sheets that can be set, see P.52 “Acceptable copy paper”.
  • Page 59 Push the drawer straight into the equipment until it comes to a stop. Be sure to close the drawer securely and carefully. Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when closing the drawer. This could injure you. When the paper size is differ- ent from the one in the drawer, change the paper size indica- tor to match with the size of...
  • Page 60 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT When you want to change the setting of the drawer for special uses P.60), press the paper type button. Press the [ENTER] button. Preparation 2- Setting Copy Paper...
  • Page 61: Changing The Setting Of Paper Size

    Changing the setting of paper size If the setting of the paper size registered in the equipment does not correspond to the one in the drawer, it could cause a paper jam. In this case, change the setting of the paper size according to the following procedure.
  • Page 62: Drawer For Special Uses

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Drawer for special uses When you set paper for special uses other than normal copying (e.g. sheets for cover copying) in the drawer, you need to set this drawer for the special use in advance. If the drawer has been set for a special use, its indication will change on the touch panel.
  • Page 63 Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to enter the user set- ting menu, then press the [DRAWER] button. Press the desired drawer and [MEDIA TYPE] button on the touch panel. Press the paper type button. E.g.: When Thick paper 1 is set in the 1st drawer and used as a cover sheet Press the [RETURN] button three times or the [COPY] button on the control panel to return to the basic menu.
  • Page 64: Clearing The Drawer For Special Uses

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Clearing the drawer for special uses Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Setting the drawer for special uses” P.60). Press the drawer on the touch panel corresponding to the one whose setting you want to clear, and then press the [MEDIA TYPE] button.
  • Page 65: Placing Paper In The Large Capacity Feeder (Optional)

    Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional) Pull out the Large Capacity Feeder carefully. Pull out the drawer until it comes to a stop. Place paper in A and B. Place paper with its copy side up. (The copy side may be described on the wrapping paper.) For the maximum number of sheets that can be set, see P.52 “Acceptable copy...
  • Page 66 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Preparation 2- Setting Copy Paper...
  • Page 67 HOW TO MAKE COPIES This chapter explains the basic copying procedures. Setting Originals .....................66 Acceptable originals ..........................66 Placing originals on the glass......................68 Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) ............70 Making Copies......................74 Initial (Default) settings........................74 Copying procedure..........................75 Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start) ..............80 Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying) .........82 Bypass Copying......................83 Bypass copying ..........................83...
  • Page 68: Chapter 2 How To Make Copies

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Setting Originals Acceptable originals Acceptable originals are as follows. Maximum Acceptable sizes for automatic Setting position Type of original size size detection Sheets Length: 11.69" (Standard size) Original glass 3-dimensional Width: 17.01" LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R object Books Reversing Automatic...
  • Page 69 Maximum number of sheets for scanning A maximum of 1000 LT sheets, or up until the memory becomes full can be accepted per 1 copy job. When the number of scanned sheets has exceeded the above limit, a message “The number of originals exceeds the limits.
  • Page 70: Placing Originals On The Glass

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Placing originals on the glass Sheet originals Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you. Raise the original cover or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional).
  • Page 71: Book-Type Originals

    Book-type originals Do not place heavy objects (9 lb. or more) on the original glass and do not press on it with force. Breaking the glass could injure you. Raise the original cover or Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional). Open the desired page of the original and place it face down.
  • Page 72: Using The Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Optional)

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) Precautions Do not use the types of original 1 to 8 shown below because such types may cause misfeeding or damage to the equipment. 1. Badly wrinkled, folded or curled originals 2.
  • Page 73 Continuous feed mode Align all the originals. Then place them face up and align the side guides to the original length. Place the originals straight along the side guides. Collate the originals in the order that you want them to be copied. The top sheet of the originals will be fed first.
  • Page 74: Original Width

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Single feed mode To switch over between the continuous feed mode and the single feed mode, see P.199 “ADF / SADF”. Align the side guides to the original width. Insert the original with its face up and straight along the side guides.
  • Page 75 After all originals have finished being fed, press the [FINISHED] button. If the [FINISHED] button is not pressed, copying is started when the automatic function clear is operated. P.41 “Clearing functions selected” Setting Originals...
  • Page 76: Making Copies

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Making Copies Initial (Default) settings When the power is turned on, when the energy saving mode is cleared, and when the [FUNC- TION CLEAR] button on the control panel is pressed, various setting items are automatically set. These items are called the initial (default) settings.
  • Page 77: Copying Procedure

    Copying procedure Placing originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) Place paper in the drawer(s). For the types and sizes of paper selectable, see P.52 “Acceptable copy paper”. When the desired size or type of paper is not in any of the drawers or the Large Capacity Feeder, see the following pages.
  • Page 78 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Select the copy modes as required. When you want to copy more than one set, key in the desired number of copies. Press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel to correct the number keyed in. Note that some combinations of copy modes are restricted.
  • Page 79 Place the original(s). See the following pages to set the originals. P.66 “Acceptable originals” P.68 “Placing originals on the glass” The originals are copied in the order of being scanned. Select the copy modes as required. When you want to copy more than one set, key in the desired number of copies.
  • Page 80 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Place the next original, and press the [START] button. Data scanning of this original starts. The next original will also be scanned in the same manner when you press the [YES] button on the touch panel and then press the [START] button on the control panel. Repeat the above procedure until the scanning of the last page of the original fin- ishes.
  • Page 81: Stopping The Copying Operation

    Stopping the copying operation Press the [STOP] button on the control panel to stop scanning or continuous copying. Press the [STOP] button on the control panel during scanning (or continuous copying). When the following menu is displayed, press the [MEMORY CLEAR] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 82: Scanning The Next Originals During Copying (Auto Job Start)

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Scanning the next originals during copying (Auto job start) You can reserve a copy job by scanning the original during continuous copying or while “READY (WARMING UP)” appears. Place the original(s). Select the copy mode and set the number of copies. Note that the job starts in the copy modes of the previous job unless you set new ones particularly for this job.
  • Page 83: Confirming And Canceling Auto Job

    Confirming and canceling auto job Confirming auto job and canceling job in waiting Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel to display the job list for confirming the set auto job and canceling a job waiting to be copied. To cancel auto jobs, see P.274 “Deleting print jobs”.
  • Page 84: Interrupt Copying In Progress And Make Other Copies (Interrupt Copying)

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Interrupt copying in progress and make other copies (Interrupt copying) While continuous copying is in progress, you can interrupt this job with another copy job. The fol- lowing features cannot be used together with interrupt copying: Cover sheet copying Sheet insertion copying Store to e-Filing / Copy &...
  • Page 85: Bypass Copying

    Bypass Copying Bypass copying When you want to make copies on OHP film, sticker labels, or non-standard size paper, place the sheets of paper on the bypass tray. Bypass copying is also recommended for copying on standard size paper which is not in any of the drawers. If you select the paper size, you can utilize various functions such as the automatic paper selec- tion (APS) or the automatic magnification selection (AMS).
  • Page 86: Bypass Copying On Standard Size Paper

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Bypass copying on standard size paper Copying on LD, LT, LG and ST-R size paper Place some sheets of paper with their copy side down on the bypass tray. Align the side guides to the paper length while holding A.
  • Page 87 Press the button of the same size as the one of the paper you have set on the tray. If the paper size is not specified here, copying may be slowed down. Press the [MEDIA TYPE] button on the touch panel if the media type of the paper you have set on the tray is other than plain paper.
  • Page 88: Touch Panel

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press the button of the same media type as the one of the paper you have set on the tray, and then press the [ENTER] button on the touch panel. Set other copy modes as required. If a media type which is not same as the one you have set is selected here, this may cause a paper jam or significant image trouble.
  • Page 89 Press the [START] button on the control panel. When you copy on OHP films, remove the copied OHP films, which have exited on to the receiving tray one by one. When the films pile up, they may become curled and may not be projected properly.
  • Page 90 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Copying on standard size paper other than LD, LT, LG and ST-R Place paper and original(s) by following step 1 and 2 in “Copying on LD, LT, LG and ST-R size paper” ( P.84). Press the [OTHER SIZE] button on the touch panel. Press the button of the same size as the one of the paper you have set on the tray.
  • Page 91 Press the [MEDIA TYPE] button on the touch panel if the media type of the paper you have set on the tray is other than plain paper. Press the button of the same media type as the one of the paper you have set on the tray, and then press the [ENTER] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 92: Bypass Copying On Non-Standard Size Paper

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Bypass copying on non-standard size paper Non-standard size paper should be within the following ranges: A (Length): 3.9" to 11.7", B (Width): 5.8" to 17" Place some sheets of paper with their copy side down on the bypass tray.
  • Page 93 Press the [NON STANDARD] button on the touch panel. Set each dimension following the procedure below. The [Length] and [Width] are indicated as follows: A: [Length] B: [Width] Using the digital keys Key in the value in [Length] and press the [SET] button on the touch panel. Set the width in the same way and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 94 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Recalling dimensions registered in the memory Press the desired memory number button from [MEMORY 1] to [MEMORY 4] to recall the dimension data registered previously, and then press the [ENTER] button. Set other copy modes as required. Paper size that can be set is as follows: Length: 100 mm (3.94") to 297 mm (11.69")
  • Page 95: Registering Non-Standard Size In The Memory

    Registering non-standard size in the memory Follow steps 1 to 3 on “Bypass copying on non-standard size paper” ( P.90). Press the memory number button (from [MEMORY 1] to [MEMORY 4]) you want to register the dimension. Key in each dimension, and press the [MEMORY] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 96: Proof Copy

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Proof Copy This function allows you to check that the copy density, zoom and margin width, etc. are properly set by making only one set of copies. You can prevent miscopying by using this function before committing yourself to mass-copying. The setting of the number of copy sets, page number, time stamp, sort/stapling (when the optional Finisher has been installed) and hole punch (when the optional Hole Punch Unit has been installed) can be changed after having made the proof copy.
  • Page 97 Change the settings as required. The setting of the number of copy sets, page number, time stamp, sort/stapling (when the optional Finisher has been installed) and hole punch (when the optional Hole Punch Unit has been installed) can be changed. If you want to change the setting of the copy density, original mode, zoom or simplex/ duplex, press the [MEMORY CLEAR] button to clear the proof copy.
  • Page 98 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Proof Copy...
  • Page 99 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES This chapter describes the basic useful copying functions including Enlargement and Reduction Copying, Selecting Finishing Modes, Duplex Copying and such. Paper Selection .......................98 Automatic Paper Selection (APS) .....................98 Manual paper selection ........................100 Copying mixed-sized originals in one operation (mixed original size)..........101 Switching Color Mode ..................103 Enlargement and Reduction Copying..............104 Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) ..................104...
  • Page 100: Chapter 3 Setting Of Basic Copy Modes

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Paper Selection Automatic Paper Selection (APS) When you place standard size originals on the original glass or the Reversing Automatic Docu- ment Feeder (optional), the size of the originals is automatically detected, which helps the equip- ment select paper that is the same size as the originals.
  • Page 101: Basic Menu

    Confirm that automatic paper selection has been selected on the basic menu. Automatic paper selection is selected by default at the installation of the equipment. If “Change direction of original” or “CHANGE DRAWER TO CORRECT PAPER SIZE” appears, perform the action accordingly. Set other copy modes as required.
  • Page 102: Manual Paper Selection

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Manual paper selection Automatic paper selection cannot be selected for the following originals because their sizes are not detected correctly. Select the paper size manually for these originals. Highly transparent originals (e.g. OHP film, tracing paper) Wholly dark originals or originals with dark borders Non-standard size originals (e.g.
  • Page 103: Copying Mixed-Sized Originals In One Operation (Mixed Original Size)

    Copying mixed-sized originals in one operation (mixed original size) You can copy a set of originals whose sizes are individually different, using the Reversing Auto- matic Document Feeder (optional), by pressing the [MIXED ORIGINAL SIZE] button. This mixed original size setting is available only in the following combinations. LD, LG, LT, LT-R, 8.5", SQ, COMP Note that the copied image may become skewed depending on the combination of originals.
  • Page 104 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Press the [MIXED ORIGINAL SIZES] button. Select either automatic paper selection (APS) or automatic magnifi- cation selection (AMS). Automatic paper selection: Copies on the same size of paper as that of originals P.98). Automatic magnification selection: Copies all in one size ( P.104).
  • Page 105: Switching Color Mode

    Switching Color Mode This function allows you to switch color modes. There are three types of color modes as follows: FULL COLOR: All originals are copied in full color regardless of the type of each original. BLACK: All originals are copied in black regardless of the type of each original. (Default setting) AUTO COLOR: The equipment automatically judges the type of each original.
  • Page 106: Enlargement And Reduction Copying

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Enlargement and Reduction Copying You can enlarge or reduce the size of copies by means of the following procedures. Specifying the copy paper size in advance so that the equipment will detect the original size and automatically select the most appropriate reproduction ratio for the copy paper size (= automatic magnification selection) Specifying both original size and copy paper size separately...
  • Page 107 Press the button representing the desired copy paper size. E.g.: When LD-size paper is selected The copy paper size can also be set by pressing the drawer button on the touch panel. Press the [AMS] button. Place the original(s). If “Change direction of original” appears, make the change accordingly. Set other copy modes as required.
  • Page 108: Specifying Both Original Size And Copy Size Separately

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Specifying both original size and copy size separately Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button. Specify the original size and copy paper size. Original size: Press the size button representing the same size as that of the set orig- inal.
  • Page 109 When a standard size paper other than LD, LG, LT and ST-R is set Register the size of the placed paper to the [OTHER] button with the following procedure. The registered paper size is automatically selected when the [OTHER] button is pressed. Press the [OTHER SIZE] button.
  • Page 110: Using The Zoom Buttons Or The One-Touch Zoom Buttons

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Using the zoom buttons or the one-touch zoom buttons Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([ZOOM...]) button. Press the following buttons to set the desired reproduction ratio. A: Zoom ( ) buttons The reproduction ratio changes by 1% every time it is pressed.
  • Page 111 Press the button representing the desired copy paper size. E.g.: When LD-size paper is selected The copy paper size can also be set by pressing the drawer button on the touch panel. Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. Enlargement and Reduction Copying...
  • Page 112: Copying Photo Originals In The Best Reproduction Ratio For Copy Paper Size

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Copying photo originals in the best reproduction ratio for copy paper size Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original on the original glass. Place the original in a landscape direction. Press the Enlargement/Reduction ([Zoom…]) button. Press the [PHOTO ZOOM] button.
  • Page 113 Specify the original size. The size can be selected from “3" x 5"”, “4" x 6"”, “5" x 7"” and “8" x 10"”. E.g.: When placing 3" x 5" photo original If the original size is other than “3" x 5"”, “4" x 6"”, “5" x 7"” or “8" x 10"”, key in the hori- zontal and vertical sizes of the original manually.
  • Page 114 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Press the [ENTER] button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. If the finishing mode is “Non-sort / Non-staple”, the original will be scanned and copy- ing will start. If not, proceed to steps 9 and 10. Place the next original, and press the [START] button.
  • Page 115 Key in the original size. Key in the value of the width (X) of the original, and then press the [SET] button. Then key in its length (Y). Acceptable ranges are as follows: Width (X): 10 to 434 mm (0.39" to 17.09") Length (Y): 10 to 300 mm (0.39"...
  • Page 116: Selecting Finishing Modes

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Selecting Finishing Modes Type of finishing mode The available finishing modes differ depending on the type of finishing device installed (MJ-1030, MJ-1101, MJ-6004 or MJ-6101). Check the available finishing modes with the table below. Yes: Available No: Not available Type of finishing mode...
  • Page 117: Name Of Each Part In The Finisher (Optional)

    Name of each part in the Finisher (optional) 1. Tray 2. Sub-tray 3. Upper cover 4. Front cover 5. Hole Punch Unit (MJ-6101) 6. Hole Punch Unit (MJ-6004) 7. Saddle stitch tray 8. Fixed tray MJ-1101 MJ-1030 Selecting Finishing Modes...
  • Page 118: Sort/Group Copying

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Sort/Group copying To make multiple copies, select the sort mode or the group mode as required. (Example of making 5 sets of copies from 5 original sheets) 1. Sort copying 2. Group copying When you use the LD or LG size copy paper, pull out the sub-tray in advance. The copied paper may fall or may not be sorted properly without the sub-tray.
  • Page 119 Press the [SORT] (or [GROUP]) button. Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. Selecting Finishing Modes...
  • Page 120: Rotate Sort Mode

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Rotate sort mode In the rotate sort mode, one set of copies is made to exit on another set of copies, being alter- nated lengthwise or crosswise. The available paper sizes for this mode is LT/LT-R. Set the LT/LT-R size paper in the drawers or on the bypass tray in advance.
  • Page 121: Staple Sort Mode

    Press the [ROTATE SORT] button. Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. Staple sort mode When the Finisher (optional) is installed, automatic stapling is enabled. You can select the sta- pling position from three types. Special paper such as OHP films or sticker label cannot be used for stapling. Copies in different size cannot be stapled.
  • Page 122 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Press the finisher button on the basic menu. Press the [FRONT STAPLE SORT] (or [DOUBLE STAPLE SORT] or [REAR STAPLE SORT]) button. Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. If the paper quantity exceeds the maximum number of sheets that can be stapled, the Finisher automatically enters the sort mode.
  • Page 123: Magazine Sort & Saddle Stitch Mode (Booklet Mode)

    Magazine sort & saddle stitch mode (booklet mode) In the magazine sort mode, more than one original can be copied and bound like magazines or booklets. Also, a set of copied sheets can be automatically folded and stapled at its center when the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) is installed.
  • Page 124 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Place paper in the drawer(s). Select the paper size. Available copy paper sizes are LD, LT-R and LG. For bypass copying, see P.83 “Bypass Copying”. To use the saddle stitch mode for LD or LG-size paper, lift the stopper of the saddle stitch tray.
  • Page 125 Press the [MAGAZINE SORT] (or [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] or [SADDLE STITCH]) button. The [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] button and the [SADDLE STITCH] but- ton are selectable only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed. Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button.
  • Page 126: Hole Punch Mode (Optional)

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Hole punch mode (optional) When the Hole Punch Unit (optional) is installed to the finisher (optional), you can punch holes in the copies. The available copy paper sizes for this mode are LD, LG, LT, LT-R and COMP. The paper weight applicable for this mode is 17 lb.
  • Page 127 Number of punch holes and available paper sizes Since the number of punch holes and the distance between the holes vary depending on the country/region, purchase a hole punch unit that meets your requirements. (For details, consult your service technician.) Number of punch holes Available paper sizes and hole diameter...
  • Page 128: Manual Stapling (Mj-1101 Only)

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Manual stapling (MJ-1101 only) The manual stapling function which enables you to use the staple function without making cop- ies is available in the Finisher (MJ-1101, optional). This function is useful when copies are made without stapling being set or when you want to staple originals.
  • Page 129 Release the paper and press the [Manual-stapling] button. The stapling position lamp blinks when the stapling is completed. Remove the paper. Be sure to release the paper before the manual stapling. Operation can be continued while the manual-stapling lamp lights. If no operation is performed for approx.
  • Page 130: Duplex Copying

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Duplex Copying The following 5 combinations are available for duplex copying. 1. 1-sided original -> 1-sided copy (default setting at installation) 2. 1-sided original -> 2-sided copy 3. 2-sided original -> 2-sided copy 4. 2-sided original -> 1-sided copy 5.
  • Page 131: 1-Sided Original -> 1-Sided Copy (Default Setting At Installation)

    1-sided original -> 1-sided copy (default setting at installation) Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Confirm that the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu is [1 -> 1 SIMPLEX]. If [1 -> 1 SIMPLEX] is not shown, press the simplex/duplex button to display the next menu, and then press the [1 ->...
  • Page 132: 1-Sided Original -> 2-Sided Copy

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES 1-sided original -> 2-sided copy When you copy 1-sided portrait originals to 2-sided copies placing them in a landscape direc- tion, you can make a booklet-type copy in the direction of “open toward the left” opening, using the image direction mode in the edit menu.
  • Page 133: 2-Sided Original -> 2-Sided Copy

    2-sided original -> 2-sided copy Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. ( P.83 “Bypass Copying”) Place the original(s). Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu. Press the [2 -> 2 DUPLEX] button. Set other copy modes as required.
  • Page 134: 2-Sided Original -> 1-Sided Copy

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES 2-sided original -> 1-sided copy When a 2-sided ‘open to left’ (Book) portrait original is copied using the image direction mode in the edit menu with [2-Sided Originals to 1-Sided Copies], copies can be adjusted to the same direction.
  • Page 135: Book-Type Original -> 2-Sided Copy

    Book-type original -> 2-sided copy You can make a booklet-type copy in the same page configuration in which the original is. The acceptable paper size for this function is LT only. Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying, specify the paper size in advance. P.83 “Bypass Copying”) Press the simplex/duplex button on the basic menu.
  • Page 136 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Select the book copying type. Press the [RIGHT -> RIGHT] button (= default setting at the installation) if copying should start at a right-hand page and end at a right-hand page. Other copying types are selectable by pressing any of the [RIGHT ->...
  • Page 137 Select LT copy size. Only LT size is available. Press the drawer button on the touch panel, or use the paper source selection ( ) buttons to select LT size. E.g.: When LT-size paper is selected If you need a binding space, select the book margin mode. ( P.159 “IMAGE SHIFT”) Set other copy modes as required.
  • Page 138 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Press the [START] button. When the data of the opened pages have been scanned, open the next page and set the booklet on the origi- nal glass again. Repeat the procedures above until all the desired pages have been scanned. If the last copy is only a single page, press the [COPY FINAL PAGE] button on the touch panel before the scanning of this page is started.
  • Page 139: Original Mode

    Original Mode You can make copies with optimal image quality by selecting the following modes for your origi- nal. The selectable original mode differs depending on the color mode ( P.103). Switch the color mode first, and then select the original mode. Full color TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed (Default setting)
  • Page 140 3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Select and press the button for the most appropriate original mode for your original. The selectable original mode differs depending on the color mode as follows. Full color Black Auto color Set other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button.
  • Page 141: Copy Density Adjustment

    Copy Density Adjustment There are 2 types of copy density adjustment: the automatic copy density mode and the manual copy density mode. In the automatic copy density mode, the equipment automatically selects the most appropriate copy density by detecting the density of the original. In the manual copy density mode, you can adjust the copy density manually according to the conditions of the origi- nal.
  • Page 142: Manual Copy Density Mode

    3 SETTING OF BASIC COPY MODES Manual copy density mode Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press either the button to adjust the copy density to the desired level. The copied image becomes lighter as you press the button and darker as you press the button.
  • Page 143 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT This chapter describes the image adjustment functions allowing you to change the overall color balance of the copied image, copy an original in a specified color, and so on. Color Balance (YMCK Adjustment) ..............142 RGB Adjustment ....................144 One-Touch Adjustment ..................145 Background Adjustment ..................146 Sharpness......................147 Twin Color (2-Color) Copy..................148...
  • Page 144: Chapter 4 Image Adjustment

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Color Balance (YMCK Adjustment) This function allows you to adjust an overall color balance of the copied image by changing each toner amount of yellow (Y), magenta (M), cyan (C) and black (K). This function is available only in the full color mode and the auto color mode. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 145 Press the button of the color to obtain the desired color balance. Then press the [ENTER] button. at the center of each color bar denotes its default setting. Pressing the button strengthens the adjusted color, and pressing the button weakens it. Select other copy modes as required.
  • Page 146: Rgb Adjustment

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT RGB Adjustment This function allows you to adjust an overall color balance of the copied image by changing the strength of red (R), green (G) and blue (B) at the time of scanning. This function is available only in the full color mode and the auto color mode. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 147: One-Touch Adjustment

    One-Touch Adjustment This function allows you to obtain the desired image quality. You can select among 5 modes; “WARM”, “COOL”, “VIVID”, “CLEAR” or “MARKER” in a one-touch operation. When you select [MARKER], the multiple colors drawn with a highlight pen on the original can be copied so as to be distinguished clearly.
  • Page 148: Background Adjustment

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Background Adjustment This function allows you to adjust the density of the original’s background. It avoids the back side of 2-sided originals becoming visible on the front side of the original through the copy. This mode can be used regardless of the color mode setting. This mode cannot be used with the automatic copy density mode.
  • Page 149: Sharpness

    Sharpness This function allows you to emphasize or blur the outline of the image. When the sharpness level is adjusted to the [SOFT] side, the moire fringes are suppressed. If it is adjusted to the [SHARP] side, the letters and fine lines become sharper. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 150: Twin Color (2-Color) Copy

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Twin Color (2-Color) Copy This function allows you to copy a colored original in 2 specified colors. There are 2 types of twin color copy as follows: TWIN COLOR SELECTABLE: The black part and the parts other than black in the original are copied separately in 2 colors which have been manually specified.
  • Page 151 Select a color for the parts other than black in the original. Press the [SECOND COLOR] button, and then select the desired color. Select a color for the black part in the original. Press the [CHANGE BLACK TO] button, and then select the desired color. Twin Color (2-Color) Copy...
  • Page 152 4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Press the [ADJUST] button to adjust the color balance as required. Each the color balance of yellow and magenta on every density area can be adjusted by your pressing the [DETAIL] button. For example, when you adjust the high density area of magenta (M) to side, magenta in its high density area becomes darker.
  • Page 153: Red & Black

    Press the [ENTER] button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. Canceling color balance adjustment Set the color balance of the color you want to cancel its adjustment to , and then press the [ENTER] button. If you want to cancel the adjustment of all colors, press the [DEFAULT] button, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 154 4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Press the [RED & BLACK] button. To adjust the red color, press the [ADJUST] button. If you do not change the color balance, press the [ENTER] button and proceed to step 7. Twin Color (2-Color) Copy...
  • Page 155 Adjust the color balance or the red-and-black area adjustment as required. Press the [ENTER] button after adjustment. A: Red color balance adjustment Press the button of the desired color to adjust the red color balance. B: Red/Black area adjustment Press the button to adjust the area to be copied in red or black.
  • Page 156: Monocolor Copying

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Monocolor copying You can copy in a single color except black. Monocolor copying is selectable among the following 10 colors: Magenta, yellow, yellow green, cyan, pink, red, orange, green, blue, purple Place paper in the drawer. Place an original. Press the [IMAGE] button to enter the image menu, and then press the [MONO COLOR] button.
  • Page 157: Hue

    Hue on the basic color can be adjusted. This function is available only in the full color mode and the auto color mode. Place paper in the drawer. Place an original. Press the [IMAGE] button to enter the image menu, and then press the [HUE] button.
  • Page 158: Saturation

    4 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Saturation Color saturation of the entire image can be adjusted. This function is available only in the full color mode and the auto color mode. Place paper in the drawer. Place an original. Press the [IMAGE] button to enter the image menu, and then press the [SATURATION] button.
  • Page 159 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS This chapter describes various editing functions including IMAGE SHIFT, 2IN1 / 4IN1, JOB BUILD and so on, which result in neatly finished copy jobs. IMAGE SHIFT......................159 Creating a right or left margin......................159 Creating a top or bottom margin .....................161 Creating a bookbinding margin .......................163 EDGE ERASE ......................165 BOOK CENTER ERASE ..................167...
  • Page 160 Continuous feed mode ........................199 Single feed mode ..........................200 FULL IMAGE ......................202 IMAGE REPEAT.....................204...
  • Page 161: Image Shift

    IMAGE SHIFT A margin for binding can be created. The following types are available. 1. Created by shifting the original image to either the right or left side (Right or Left margin) 2. Created by shifting the original image to either the upper or lower side (Top or Bottom margin) 3.
  • Page 162 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Press the [LEFT] (or [RIGHT]) button. Adjust the margin width by pressing the [2 mm] or [100 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button. The default width of the margin is 7 mm (0.276"). In duplex copying, margins on the back are created on the other side of those in the front.
  • Page 163: Creating A Top Or Bottom Margin

    Creating a top or bottom margin Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.83), be sure to specify the paper size. Place the original(s). Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the [IMAGE SHIFT] button.
  • Page 164 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Press the [ENTER] button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. IMAGE SHIFT...
  • Page 165: Creating A Bookbinding Margin

    Creating a bookbinding margin This is used when setting “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy” ( P.133) in duplex copying. The margin is created in the center (inner margin). Acceptable paper sizes for this function is LT only. The width of the white border can be adjusted in 1 mm increments. Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the [IMAGE SHIFT] button.
  • Page 166 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Press the [ENTER] button. Set “Book-type original -> 2-sided copy” ( P.133) in duplex copying as well. IMAGE SHIFT...
  • Page 167: Edge Erase

    EDGE ERASE If the original has a dirty or torn edge, it may be reproduced as a black stain on the copy. In that case, set the edge erase. A white border is created along the edges of the copy, eliminating those black stains.
  • Page 168 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Adjust the width by pressing the [2 mm] or [50 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button. The default width of the white border is 5 mm (0.197"). Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button.
  • Page 169: Book Center Erase

    BOOK CENTER ERASE This function allows you to erase the shadow in the center of a book original. 1. Before book center erase is set 2. After book center erase is set The width of the book center erase margin can be adjusted in 1 mm increments. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 170 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Adjust the width by pressing the [2 mm] or [50 mm] button, and then press the [ENTER] button. The default width of the erase margin is 10 mm (0.393"). Select other copy modes as required. Place a book original on the original glass.
  • Page 171: Dual Page

    DUAL PAGE This function allows the facing pages of a book or magazine to be copied page by page onto 2 separate sheets of paper or duplex-copied on one sheet. It is not necessary to move the original on the glass. You can also place a pair of LT sized originals side by side and copy them on sep- arate sheets of paper.
  • Page 172 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select the copy size (LT). When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.83), be sure to specify the paper size. Select other copy modes as required. Place the first page(s) to be copied on the glass, and then press the [START] button.
  • Page 173: 2In1 / 4In1

    2IN1 / 4IN1 This feature allows multiple originals to be reduced and copied onto a single sheet of paper. There are 2 modes: 2IN1 copying, where 2 originals are copied onto a single sheet, and 4IN1 copying, where 4 originals are copied onto a single sheet. In addition, duplex 2IN1 / 4IN1 modes are available, where four/eight originals can be copied to 2 sides of a single sheet of paper.
  • Page 174 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying ( P.83), be sure to specify the paper size. If the paper size is not changed, paper of the same size as the original is selected. To make copies on paper which is not the same size as the original, press the [ZOOM] button on the basic menu to enter the following menu, select the desired paper size and press the [AMS] button.
  • Page 175 Press the [1 SIDE] (or [2 SIDE]) button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, the original is scanned and copying starts. When the original is placed on the original glass, perform steps 7 and 8. Place the next original, and press the [START] button.
  • Page 176: Magazine Sort

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS MAGAZINE SORT This function allows 1-sided originals to be copied and sorted so that they can be folded and bound along a center line like typical magazines or booklets. Example of copying a 12-page document When placing a portrait originals horizontal to you in the magazine sort mode, be sure to set the correct direction of the originals.
  • Page 177 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the [MAGAZINE SORT] button. Set the saddle-stitch and the binding margin and press the [ENTER] button. To staple the center line using the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional), press the [STA- PLE ON] button.
  • Page 178: Editing

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS EDITING Trimming / Masking This function allows you to copy only the inside of the specified area on an original (trimming) or copy with the specified area masked (masking). Up to 4 rectangular areas can be specified on an original.
  • Page 179 Press the [TRIM] (or [MASK]) button. Place the original with its face up on the original glass. Set the original with its face up and bottom toward you and fit its top left corner against that of the original glass to align it with the original scales.
  • Page 180 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Enter the values read in step 5 for the specified area, and then press the [SET] button. Set 4 values in order. After the setting of 4 values is finished, the next edit area menu is displayed. Repeat steps 5 and 6 when you specify other areas.
  • Page 181: Mirror Image

    Mirror image This function allows you to make copies with images completely reversed (right and left). Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the paper size ( P.98 “Paper Selection”). Place the original(s). Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu, and then press the [EDITING] button.
  • Page 182: Negative/Positive Reversal

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Negative/Positive reversal This function allows you to make copies reversing the contrasting density on the whole face of original. This function can be used only when the color mode is “BLACK” or “FULL COLOR”. Place paper in the drawer(s). When using this mode in bypass copying, be sure to specify the paper size ( P.98 “Paper Selection”).
  • Page 183: Xy Zoom

    XY ZOOM This function allows you to make copies with different reproduction ratios set for the X (horizon- tal) and Y (vertical) direction. The reproduction ratio is in the range of 25 to 400%. However, in the following cases, it is in the range of 25 to 200%.
  • Page 184 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Using the [25%] and [400%] buttons, set the reproduction ratio for X and press the [SET] button. Then set the reproduction ratio for Y. Press the [ENTER] button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. XY ZOOM...
  • Page 185: Cover Sheet

    COVER SHEET This function allows you to insert special sheets of paper (such as color paper) into a set of cop- ies as cover sheets. A copied front cover sheet can be inserted. The back cover sheet is inserted blank. There are 4 types of cover sheet modes: 1.
  • Page 186 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Place the original(s). Originals should be placed from the first page on the original glass. Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu and then the [COVER SHEET] button. Press the desired cover sheet button. TOP BLANK: To add a blank front cover sheet TOP COPIED: To add a copied front cover sheet BOTH BLANK: To add blank front and back cover sheets...
  • Page 187 Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select a paper source of the same size and direction as the cover sheet. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. When the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional) is used, the original is scanned and copying starts.
  • Page 188: Sheet Insertion

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS SHEET INSERTION This function allows you to insert special sheets of paper (such as color paper) into the specified pages. 2 kinds of sheets for insertion are available. Up to 50 pages can be specified for [INSERT SOURCE 1] and [INSERT SOURCE 2] combined.
  • Page 189 Press the [COPIED] (or [BLANK]) button. COPIED: To insert a copied sheet into the specified page BLANK: To insert a blank sheet into the page previous to the specified one Press the [INSERT SOURCE 1] (or [INSERT SOURCE 2]) button. Key in the desired page number (3 digits or less) for insertion and press the [SET] button.
  • Page 190 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS After the specifying of all insertion pages is finished, press the [ENTER] button. Press the [BASIC] button to enter the basic menu, and then select a paper source of the same size and direction as the sheet insertion. Select other copy modes as required.
  • Page 191: Time Stamp

    TIME STAMP This function allows you to add the time and date of the scanning to the copies. 1. Printed at the bottom of a portrait copy 2. Printed at the top of a landscape copy MM.DD.YYYY 14:54 MM.DD.YYYY 14:54 Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 192: Page Number

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS PAGE NUMBER This function allows you to add page numbers to the copies. 1. Printed at the bottom center of a portrait copy 2. Printed at the top right of a landscape copy Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s).
  • Page 193 Select the orientation ([Short edge] or [Long edge]) and position ([TOP LEFT], [TOP CENTER], [TOP RIGHT], [BOTTOM LEFT], [BOT- TOM CENTER] or [BOTTOM RIGHT]) of the page number to be printed, and then press the [ENTER] button. Key in the starting page number and then press the [ENTER] but- ton.
  • Page 194: Job Build

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS JOB BUILD This function allows you to copy different kinds of originals at one time. Scanning is performed by setting the optimal original mode and image adjustment for each orig- inal (it is called a job). After all the originals have finished being scanned, they can be copied at one time.
  • Page 195 Place the originals of the 1st job. When an original is placed on the original glass, one page is regarded as one job. To copy mixed-size originals using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, see P.101 “Copying mixed-sized originals in one operation (mixed original size)”. Select the drawer if you want to specify it.
  • Page 196 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS After “Press START button to copy after changing settings.” appears, perform the settings for the 1st job and the common set- tings for all jobs. Press the [SETTINGS] button to confirm the settings. To change the settings, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button, and then start the pro- cedure again from step 1.
  • Page 197 Press the [JOB FINISH] button on the basic menu. The copying of the originals starts. When copy and e-Filing/file functions are set, storing starts. JOB BUILD...
  • Page 198: Image Direction

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS IMAGE DIRECTION This function allows you to adjust the direction to ‘open toward the left’ when a portrait original such as LD, LT, LG, ST-R, etc., which is placed in a landscape direction, is copied under the mode of “1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies”.
  • Page 199 Press the [ENTER] button. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. IMAGE DIRECTION...
  • Page 200: Book - Tablet

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS BOOK - TABLET When copying under the mode of 2-Sided Originals to 2-Sided-Copies, this function allows you to rotate the back side of the original to be copied by 180º. It is useful when ‘open to left’ (Book) originals need to be copied in ‘open to top’...
  • Page 201: Adf / Sadf

    ADF / SADF You can select the paper feeding mode when using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional). There are two ways to feed originals. Continuous feed mode: Originals placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder are continuously fed in after the [START] button is pressed. It is useful to select this mode for copying multiple originals at one time.
  • Page 202: Single Feed Mode

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Place the original(s) on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional). P.70 “Using the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (optional)” Press the [START] button. Single feed mode Place paper in the drawer(s). Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu. Then press the [Next] button to switch the menu, and press the [ADF] button.
  • Page 203 Place the originals one by one. The original is automatically pulled in and the following menu is displayed. If there are more originals, set them in the same way. (The same operation is performed whether or not you press the [YES] button.) After all originals have finished being scanned, press the [FIN- ISHED] button.
  • Page 204: Full Image

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS FULL IMAGE The full image of an original can be copied. It is useful to select this mode for copying an original with no loss of image. Place paper in the drawer. Place an original. Press the Reduction/Enlargement button.
  • Page 205 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the edit menu. Then press the [Next] button to switch the menu, and press the [FULL IMAGE] but- ton. The copied image size will be 1 to 5% smaller than the normal one. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button.
  • Page 206: Image Repeat

    5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS IMAGE REPEAT This function allows you to copy a specified area on an original repeatedly in a vertical direction. The number of repeats can be specified from 2 to 8. This function is available only for standard size originals. When registering this function to a template ( P.236), disable the “AUTOMATIC START”.
  • Page 207 Place an original with its face up on the original glass. Set the original with its face up and bottom toward you and fit its top left corner against that of the original glass to align it with the original scales. Do not place heavy objects (9 lb.
  • Page 208 5 USING THE EDITING FUNCTIONS Change the number of repeat using the [< 2] and [8 >] button, and then press the [ENTER] button. Copying is repeated in the vertical direction. If the repeated image runs off the specified paper size, the part run off will not be cop- ied.
  • Page 209 e-FILING This chapter explains how to use e-Filing and how to copy originals and store the data in a shared folder in one go. e-Filing ........................208 Creating User Boxes.....................210 Changing Data of User Boxes ................213 Deleting User Boxes .....................216 Storing Documents in e-Filing ................218 Printing Stored Documents..................223 Printing the whole document......................223 Test printing.............................225...
  • Page 210: Chapter 6 E-Filing

    6 e-FILING e-Filing This feature allows you to store, print and manage documents obtained by copying, printing from a PC, scanning, receiving Fax and receiving Internet Fax. The document is stored into the hard disk embedded in this equipment. To use documents received by Fax in e-Filing, a Fax Unit is required. When the Data Overwrite Kit (optional) is installed, it may take time before e-Filing can be used after the power is turned ON.
  • Page 211 The stored document in e-Filing can be downloaded to a client PC by using the “File Downloader”. The stored document in e-Filing can be imported as an image into the TWAIN-compatible application by the TWAIN driver. You can edit and back up the document, create a folder, etc. in the e-Filing using “TopAc- cess”.
  • Page 212: Creating User Boxes

    6 e-FILING Creating User Boxes Up to 200 user boxes can be created. To prepare user boxes for different purposes enables you to have efficient document management. Folders can be created in each user box. Also, password can be set to each user box. You can create folders using “TopAccess”...
  • Page 213 Press the [BOX NAME] button, and then enter the box name. When the [BOX NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42) is displayed. Up to 32 letters can be entered. To set the password, proceed to step 4. If not, skip to step 6. Key in the password in “Password”...
  • Page 214 6 e-FILING Press the [ENTER] button. The user box is created. Creating User Boxes...
  • Page 215: Changing Data Of User Boxes

    Changing Data of User Boxes Created user boxes and passwords can be changed. You cannot change the folder name using the control panel of this equipment. It can be changed using “TopAccess” from a client PC. See the e-Filing Guide for details. Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel.
  • Page 216 6 e-FILING Enter the new box name. When [BOX NAME] is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42) is displayed. A box name can contain up to 32 letters. Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button.
  • Page 217 Press the [ENTER] button. The box settings are updated. Changing Data of User Boxes...
  • Page 218: Deleting User Boxes

    6 e-FILING Deleting User Boxes Unnecessary user boxes can be deleted. All folders and documents in the user boxes are also deleted. Public box cannot be deleted. Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel. Select the box you want to delete, and then press the [DELETE] but- ton.
  • Page 219 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected box, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the box was created, skip to step 4. “Are you sure you want to delete this box?” appears. Press the [Yes] button to delete the box.
  • Page 220: Storing Documents In E-Filing

    6 e-FILING Storing Documents in e-Filing Scanned original data can be stored in e-Filing. The copy mode settings will be saved with the e- Filing document. You can copy originals and store the data at one time. After storing the original data, you can print them out at any time.
  • Page 221 Press the [BOX/FOLDER] button. Select the box in which you want to store the document, and then press the [ENTER] button. If the desired box is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu. To display the applicable menu immediately, key in the box number.
  • Page 222 6 e-FILING The document list in the selected box is displayed. Press the [ENTER] button to store in this box. To store the document in the folder To store the document in the folder, select the folder to be stored, press the [OPEN FOLDER] button.
  • Page 223 Press the [ENTER] button. “PRINT THIS DOCUMENT?” appears. Press the [YES] button to store and print it out at one time. If you want to store the document without printing it, press the [NO] button. Storing Documents in e-Filing...
  • Page 224 6 e-FILING Press the [START] button. The reading and storing of the documents starts. When the original is placed on the original glass or on the Reversing Automatic Docu- ment Feeder (optional) in the Single original feeding mode, the following menu is dis- played.
  • Page 225: Printing Stored Documents

    Printing Stored Documents Stored documents can be printed out. You can also print out a part of a document and change the setting in the finishing mode or the like before printing the documents. Printing the whole document All pages of the document are printed. If printing multiple copies is desired, see P.226 “Print- ing the stored document after changing the settings”.
  • Page 226 6 e-FILING Select the document to be printed. To print a document in the folder, select the folder in which you want to print the document out and press the [OPEN FOLDER] button. Select the desired document on the menu. Press the [PRINT] button.
  • Page 227: Test Printing

    Test printing A part of a document of several pages can be printed out. Select the document to be printed according to steps 1 to 4 of P.223 “Printing the whole document”. Press the [TEST PRINT] button. Key in the number of the last page and press the [SET] button. Then key in the number of the first page.
  • Page 228: Printing The Stored Document After Changing The Settings

    6 e-FILING To stop printing a stored document during the operation Select the job you want to stop from the print job menu or scan job menu, and then press the [DELETE] button. For details, see P.272 “Job Status”. Printing the stored document after changing the settings The following settings are available before the stored document is printed.
  • Page 229 Set the printing modes as required. See the eight items mentioned above for the setting mode. To set items 3 to 8, press the button and set the required setting on the menu. Press the [PRINT] button. Printing starts. To stop printing a stored document during the operation Select the job you want to stop from the print job menu or scan job menu, and then press the [DELETE] button.
  • Page 230: Deleting Folders Or Documents

    6 e-FILING Deleting Folders or Documents Unnecessary folders or documents can be deleted. If a folder is deleted, all documents in the folder are also deleted. Press the [e-FILING] button on the control panel. Select the box in which you want to delete the folder or document, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 231 Select the folder or document to be deleted, and then press the [DELETE] button. To delete a document in the folder To delete a document in the folder, select the folder in which you want to delete the document and press the [OPEN FOLDER] button. Select the desired document and press the [DELETE] button.
  • Page 232: Appendix

    6 e-FILING Appendix Storing documents in the shared folder Scanned original data can be stored in the shared folder. You can copy originals and store the data at the same time. Data can be stored in the TIFF or PDF format. Color originals are stored in the black mode.
  • Page 233 Press the [FILE NAME] button. When the [FILE NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42 “Setting letters”) is displayed. Up to 45 letters can be entered. Select the destination you want to store the data. Any two of the destinations [MFP LOCAL], [REMOTE 1] and [REMOTE 2] can be selected at one time.
  • Page 234 6 e-FILING Select the format in which the data are stored. PDF (MULTI) Scanned originals are stored as one PDF file. PDF (SINGLE) A folder is created and each page of the scanned original is stored into this folder separately as a PDF file. E.g.: A three-page original is stored as three PDF files.
  • Page 235 Press the [START] button. The scanning, storing and copying of the documents starts. All the documents are stored and copied in the black mode. When the original is placed on the original glass or on the Reversing Automatic Docu- ment Feeder (optional) in the single original feeding mode, the following menu is dis- played.
  • Page 236 6 e-FILING Appendix...
  • Page 237 TEMPLATE This chapter explains how to use templates. Template ........................236 Template in “Useful Template”......................236 Registering User Groups and Templates............238 Registering a template in the public template group ...............238 Registering the new user group ......................244 Registering a template in the user group ..................247 Changing Data of User Groups and Templates..........252 Changing the data of a user group....................252 Changing the data of a template .....................255...
  • Page 238: Chapter 7 Template

    7 TEMPLATE Template A combination of functions frequently used can be registered as a template and recalled as required. Templates can be used with the copy, scanning and Fax functions. To use Fax functions, the optional Fax Unit is required. The following illustration shows the outline of a template function.
  • Page 239 Template using the copying function Button Function “1-sided original -> 1-sided copy” is performed in the auto color and 2IN1 mode. Reduction copy by 95% is performed in the auto color mode. Mixed-size originals are copied in the auto color mode. Twin color (RED&BLACK) copy is made.
  • Page 240: Registering User Groups And Templates

    7 TEMPLATE Registering User Groups and Templates A template can be registered either in “PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP” or “USER GROUP” depending on your purpose. Passwords can be set to restrict the unauthorized use of a tem- plate. PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP: This is prepared as a default setting.
  • Page 241 Press the [PUBLIC TEMPLATE GROUP], and then press the [ENTER] button. Press the [PASSWORD] button. The letter entry menu is displayed. Key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the let- ter entry menu and the digital keys, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 242 7 TEMPLATE Press the blank key, and then press the [SAVE] button. Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the template name. [NAME 1] is displayed on the upper side and [NAME 2] is displayed on the lower side of the template button.
  • Page 243 Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the user name of the template as required. When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42) is displayed. Up to 30 letters can be entered. To set the password, proceed to step 10. If not, skip to step 12. Key in the password in “Password”...
  • Page 244 7 TEMPLATE Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the [ENTER] button. * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered. To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel. Select whether to enable “AUTOMATIC START”...
  • Page 245 Press the [SAVE] button. The screen returns to the one of step 1, which is the menu before the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel is pressed. Registering User Groups and Templates...
  • Page 246: Registering The New User Group

    7 TEMPLATE Registering the new user group A template can be registered continuously after a new user group has been registered. When you want to register a template continuously, set every function you want to include in the com- bination, and then perform step 1. Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel.
  • Page 247 Press the [NAME] button, and then enter the user group name. When the [NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42) is displayed. Up to 20 letters can be entered. Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the user name of the user group as required.
  • Page 248 7 TEMPLATE Key in the password in “Retype Password”, and then press the [ENTER] button. * (asterisk) is displayed in “Retype Password” when the password is entered. To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel. Press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 249: Registering A Template In The User Group

    Registering a template in the user group Set every function you want to include in the combination. e.g.: Setting “Image shift”, “90% reduction” and “10 sets of copies” of the copy function. Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel. Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 250 7 TEMPLATE Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 6. The corresponding buttons of the template registered in the user group are displayed.
  • Page 251 Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the template name. [NAME 1] is displayed in the upper side and [NAME 2] is displayed in the lower side of the template button. Enter [NAME 1] and/or [NAME 2]. When both are entered, [NAME 1] is displayed in the upper side and [NAME 2] is displayed in the lower side of the button.
  • Page 252 7 TEMPLATE Key in the password in “Password” as required, and then press the [SET] button. Be sure to key in the 5-digit password. * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered. To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel. When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password”...
  • Page 253 Select whether to enable “AUTOMATIC START” or not when the template is recalled. Press the [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] button. When [ENABLE] is selected, the icon is added to the template button. (The operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button with the icon when the template is recalled.
  • Page 254: Changing Data Of User Groups And Templates

    7 TEMPLATE Changing Data of User Groups and Templates Registered names, user names and passwords of user groups or templates, and the automatic start setting of a template can be changed. The data of a public group cannot be changed from the control panel, but from “TopAccess”. For details, see the TopAccess Guide.
  • Page 255 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5. Press the [NAME] button, and then enter the new name of the user group.
  • Page 256 7 TEMPLATE Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button. Be sure to key in the 5-digit password. * (asterisk) is displayed in “Password” when the password is entered. To correct the entered password, press the [CLEAR] button on the control panel. When the [SET] button is pressed, “Retype Password”...
  • Page 257: Changing The Data Of A Template

    Changing the data of a template Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel. Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel. Select the group in which the template to be changed was regis- tered, and then press the [ENTER] button. If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] but- ton to switch the menu.
  • Page 258 7 TEMPLATE Enter the following password, and then press the [ENTER] button. When the public group is selected: Press the [PASSWORD] button, and then key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the letter entry menu and the digital keys. If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx.
  • Page 259 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 7. Press the [NAME1] button and the [NAME2] button, and then enter the new name of the template.
  • Page 260 7 TEMPLATE Press the [USER NAME] button, and then enter the new user name of the template. When the [USER NAME] button is pressed, the letter entry menu ( P.42) is displayed. Up to 30 letters can be entered. Key in the new password in “Password”, and then press the [SET] button.
  • Page 261 Change the setting of “AUTOMATIC START” for recalling the tem- plate. Press the [ENABLE] or [DISABLE] button. When [ENABLE] is selected, the icon is added to the template button. (The operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button with the icon when the template is recalled.
  • Page 262: Recalling Templates

    7 TEMPLATE Recalling Templates When a template is recalled, the registered setting functions of the template are reflected in the equipment. If [ENABLE] is selected for “AUTOMATIC START” when the template is registered, operation of the setting functions is automatically started by pressing the template button. When recalling a template in a public group Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 263 Press the desired template button. If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu. If you press the template button with the icon, the operation of the registered set- ting functions is automatically started.
  • Page 264: When Recalling A Template In A User Group

    7 TEMPLATE When recalling a template in a user group Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel. Select the user group in which the template to be recalled is regis- tered. If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] but- ton to switch the menu.
  • Page 265 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 6. Press the desired template button. If the desired template is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the menu.
  • Page 266 7 TEMPLATE Confirm that “Updated the template setting” appears on the menu. The message appears for approx. 3 seconds. Select other copy modes as required. Press the [START] button. Recalling Templates...
  • Page 267: Deleting User Groups Or Templates

    Deleting User Groups or Templates Unnecessary user groups and templates can be deleted. If a user group is deleted, all templates in the user group are also deleted. Deleting a user group Press the [TEMPLATE] button on the control panel. Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel.
  • Page 268: Deleting A Template

    7 TEMPLATE Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected user group, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the user group was registered, skip to step 5. “DELETE OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button. The selected user group is deleted.
  • Page 269 Press the [REGISTRATION] button on the touch panel. Select the group in which the template to be deleted is registered, and then press the [ENTER] button. If the desired user group is not displayed on the menu, press the [Prev] or [Next] but- ton to switch the menu.
  • Page 270 7 TEMPLATE Enter the following password, and then press the [ENTER] button. When the public group is selected: Press the [PASSWORD] button, and then key in the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits) with the keys on the letter entry menu and the digital keys. If an incorrect Admin Password is entered three times in a row, this equipment will not be able to be operated for approx.
  • Page 271 Key in the password (5 digits) for the selected template, and then press the [ENTER] button. If no password was set when the template was registered, skip to step 7. “DELETE OK?” appears. Press the [DELETE] button. The selected template is deleted. Deleting User Groups or Templates...
  • Page 272 7 TEMPLATE Deleting User Groups or Templates...
  • Page 273 JOB STATUS This chapter explains how to confirm the status of jobs in waiting, the status of performed jobs, and so on. The error codes are also explained. Job Status......................272 Confirming Print Job Status ................273 Print jobs ............................273 Proof print jobs ..........................277 Private print jobs ..........................280 When using department codes .......................285 USB print............................288...
  • Page 274: Job Status

    8 JOB STATUS Job Status When you press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel, the job status menu is dis- played. The following information can be confirmed on this menu. Status of jobs (print, Fax, Internet Fax and scan) in waiting Log list of jobs (print, sending/receiving, scan) performed Print status You can also start, pause, release, delete and move the job which is in waiting.
  • Page 275: Confirming Print Job Status

    Confirming Print Job Status You can confirm the status of the print job. The following information is displayed in a list. User Name: Name of user for whom the job was registered Date, Time: Date and time the job was registered Paper: Paper size to be printed Pages:...
  • Page 276: Deleting Print Jobs

    8 JOB STATUS Deleting print jobs Select the job you want to delete on the print job list, then press the [DELETE] button. If the subject job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 277: Pausing Print Jobs

    Pausing print jobs The 11th job or later counting from the one in progress can be paused. Select the job you want to pause on the print job list, then press the [PAUSE] button. When the [PAUSE] button is pressed, the display of this button changes to [RESUME].
  • Page 278 8 JOB STATUS Moving print jobs The job in waiting can be moved to a specified position. However, this is available only at the 11th job or later counting from the one in progress. Select the job you want to move on the print job list, then press the [MOVE] button.
  • Page 279: Proof Print Jobs

    Proof print jobs “Proof print” is a function to print only 1 set as a proof print when you print more than one set of documents from a client PC on the network before you print out all the sets of the documents. You can check this proof print and then select whether you print the rest of the documents or quit printing to change the setting on the proof print job list.
  • Page 280: Continuing Printing After Proof Printing

    8 JOB STATUS Continuing printing after proof printing Select the job you want to print on the proof print job list. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page. Press the [RELEASE] button.
  • Page 281: Deleting Proof Print Jobs

    Deleting proof print jobs Select the job you want to delete on the proof print job list, and then press the [DELETE] button. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 282: Private Print Jobs

    8 JOB STATUS Private print jobs “Private print” is a function to print a document from a client PC on the network only when a pre- viously set password is keyed in from the control panel of this equipment. This function is useful when you want to print confidential documents.
  • Page 283 Select the appropriate user name. When you perform the operation as an administrator, do not press the user name but press the [ADMIN. PASSWORD] button. The letter entry menu ( P.42 “Setting letters”) appears and you can enter the Admin Password (6 to 10 digits). In this case, jobs can be deleted but not printed.
  • Page 284 8 JOB STATUS Press the [PASSWORD] button. The private print job list is displayed. The letter entry menu ( P.42 “Setting letters”) is displayed. Key in the password, which has previously been set from the client PC, and then press the [ENTER] but- ton.
  • Page 285: Printing Private Print Jobs

    Printing private print jobs Select the job you want to print on the private print job list. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page. To select all jobs on the private print job list, press the [SELECT ALL] button. To clear the selection, press the [ALL CLEAR] button.
  • Page 286: Deleting Private Print Jobs

    8 JOB STATUS Deleting private print jobs Select the job you want to delete on the private print job list, and then press the [DELETE] button. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 287: When Using Department Codes

    When using department codes If the department code keyed in at printing is not correct, this job will be stored in the invalid queue (= the list of jobs with an incorrect department code or with no department code), and will not be printed out.
  • Page 288: Keying In Correct Department Code To Print

    8 JOB STATUS Keying in correct department code to print When an incorrect department code has been keyed in at printing, you can key in the correct department code again to print the subject job. Select the job you want to print on the menu for the invalid queue. If the corresponding is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 289: Deleting Invalid Print Jobs

    Deleting invalid print jobs Select the job you want to delete on the menu for the invalid queue, then press the [DELETE] button. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 290: Usb Print

    8 JOB STATUS USB print This function allows you to print files stored in a USB device connected to the connector for USB storage device of this equipment. In this function only PDF files (with an extension “.pdf”) or JPEG files (with an extension “.jpg” or “.jpeg”) can be printed. It may take a long time to perform USB printing or cancel it compared to normal printing from a PC.
  • Page 291: Printing Files

    Press the [USB] button. Key in a department code, and then press the [ENTER] button. This page will not be displayed when this equipment is not managed under department codes. The USB print job list is displayed. Printing files Select a file you want to print in the USB print job list. If the corresponding file is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page.
  • Page 292 8 JOB STATUS Press the [PRINT] button. Printing starts. Paper exits to the receiving tray. The printing status can be confirmed in the print job list. Do not disconnect the USB device while “USB DEVICE in use Do not remove USB DEVICE”...
  • Page 293 Press the [SETTINGS] button. Key in the number of sets. Specify the paper size. The paper size can be specified only when you print JPEG files. (If you carry on printing JPEG files, the size specified in this step continues to be used.) Confirming Print Job Status...
  • Page 294 8 JOB STATUS Press the [ENTER] button. Press the [PRINT] button. Printing starts. Paper exits to the receiving tray. The printing status can be confirmed in the print job list. Do not disconnect the USB device while “USB DEVICE in use Do not remove USB DEVICE”...
  • Page 295: Confirming Scan Job Status

    Confirming Scan Job Status You can confirm the scan job status and delete a scan job. For details, refer to the Scanning Guide. Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel. Then press the [SCAN] button on the touch panel to display the scan job list. The following information is displayed.
  • Page 296: Log List

    8 JOB STATUS Log List You can confirm the history of each copy, print, scan, and, sending and receiving of Fax, Internet Fax and E-mail job on the log list. You can also register unregistered Fax numbers or E-mail addresses into the address book from the log list of the Fax and Internet Fax, or the log list of scan jobs.
  • Page 297: Confirming Job History In Log List

    Confirming job history in log list Print log When you press the [PRINT] button on the log menu, the history of copy jobs and print jobs is displayed. The following information is displayed. User Name: Name of the senders of the copy/print job Date, Time: Date and time the job was printed Paper:...
  • Page 298: Send Log

    8 JOB STATUS Send log When you press the [SEND] button on the log menu, the sending history of Fax jobs and Inter- net Fax jobs is displayed. (The Fax function is optional.) The following information is displayed. File No.: Order of job registered Recipient’s Fax number or E-mail address of Internet Fax Date, Time: Date and time the Fax or Internet Fax was sent...
  • Page 299: Receive Log

    Receive log When you press the [RECEIVE] button on the log menu, the receiving history of Fax jobs, Inter- net Fax jobs and E-mail jobs is displayed. (The Fax function is optional.) The following information is displayed. File No.: Order of job registered From: Sender’s Fax number or E-mail address of Internet Fax (The recipient's name in the address book is displayed, if registered.)
  • Page 300: Scan Log

    8 JOB STATUS Scan log When you press the [SCAN] button on the log menu, the histories of the following items are dis- played. Job history of the following functions using the copying functions: - Storing job in e-filing - Storing job in a shared folder Job history of the following functions using the scanning functions: - Storing job in e-filing - Storing job in a shared folder...
  • Page 301: Registering Into Address Book From Log Lists

    The following buttons are displayed. [ENTRY]: Press this button to register unregistered E-mail addresses on the scan log list into the address book. (For details, see P.299 “Registering into address book from log lists”.) [RETURN]: Press this button to return to the log menu. Registering into address book from log lists You can register the information such as the remote Fax numbers and E-mail addresses in the address book from the send/receive log screen.
  • Page 302 8 JOB STATUS Press the [ENTRY] button. Enter the following information. (You need to enter at least either of [FIRST NAME] or [LAST NAME], and either of [FAX NO.] or [E- MAIL].) FIRST NAME: Enter the first name. The entered first name is displayed in the address book list on the touch panel.
  • Page 303: Printing Journals (Send/Receive Log List)

    Printing journals (send/receive log list) You can print the send and receive log lists of the Fax job. The 40 latest send-and-receive logs (1 page), or the 120 latest send-and-receive logs (3 pages) can be printed out. You can also select and print only 1 log.
  • Page 304: Print Status Display

    8 JOB STATUS Print Status Display When you press the [STATUS] button on the touch panel while no operation is in progress, the size of the paper set in the drawer is displayed. When you press the [STATUS] button during printing, the drawer button being used for the feeding of this printing is highlighted.
  • Page 305 Printing by placing appropriate size of sheets in the drawer Press the blinking [JOB STA- TUS] button. Press the drawer button whose size you want to change on the touch panel. You can select the desired drawer with the paper source selection ( / ) buttons. Place paper in the corresponding drawer.
  • Page 306 8 JOB STATUS Printing by selecting a paper size already placed in another drawer When the specified size of paper is not in the drawer, you can release the error by selecting another size of paper already placed in another drawer, instead of placing the specified size of paper in the drawer.
  • Page 307: Error Code

    Error Code If an error occurs while using the printer, optional Fax, optional Internet Fax or scan, the error code is displayed in the status of each log. Take an appropriate action with reference to the fol- lowing. Fax / Internet Fax Error code Problem What to do...
  • Page 308 8 JOB STATUS Error code Problem What to do 1C61 Address book reading Turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error failure again. Reset the data in the Address book and perform the job again. If the error still occurs, contact your service representative.
  • Page 309 Error code Problem What to do 3A50-3A52 HDD full error Ask the sender to resend the E-mail by separating it to several E-mails. If this error occurs because the paper empty occurs and too much waiting jobs are stored in the hard disk, add the paper to activate other jobs.
  • Page 310 8 JOB STATUS Scan Job Error code Problem What to do Remote Scan 2A20 Failed to acquire Perform the job in error again. resource If the error still occurs, turn the power OFF and then back ON. Perform the job in error again. 2A40 System fatal error Turn the power OFF and then back ON.
  • Page 311 Error code Problem What to do 2C80 Failed to process Ask your administrator to confirm whether the Received Internet received E-mail job Fax Forward is set. 2C81 Failed to process Ask your administrator to confirm whether the Received Fax received Fax job Forward is set.
  • Page 312 8 JOB STATUS Error code Problem What to do 2D66 Failed to process your Delete the data in the local storage folder in the equipment and job. Insufficient stor- retry the scan. age space. 2D67 FTP service is not Ask your administrator whether the FTP service is configured available.
  • Page 313 Error code Problem What to do 2B70 The document was Check the data to be stored. renamed. A document of the same name already existed. 2B71 The storage period of Check the storage period. e-Filing documents will expire. 2B80 The HDD for storing e- Delete the unnecessary data in HDD.
  • Page 314 8 JOB STATUS Error code Problem What to do A290 Limit over error Number of prints has exceeded the one specified with the (Black and White) department code and user code at the same time. Clear the limit counter. A291 Limit over error Number of prints has exceeded the one specified with the user (Black and White)
  • Page 315 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS This chapter explains the graphic symbols blinking on the touch panel to notify you of the status of the equip- ment and the appropriate actions to be taken. Blinking Graphic Symbols ...................314 Drawer Display on the Touch Panel ..............315 Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol ................316 Recommendation for original toner ....................317 Replacing the toner cartridge ......................318...
  • Page 316: Blinking Graphic Symbols

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Blinking Graphic Symbols 1. Error code 2. Guidance display area 3. Illustration of the equipment 4. Replace toner cartridge symbol ( P.316 “Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol”) 5. Replace toner bag symbol ( P.323 “Replace Toner Bag Symbol”) 6.
  • Page 317: Drawer Display On The Touch Panel

    Drawer Display on the Touch Panel When the drawer runs out of paper, the drawer display on the touch panel starts blinking. Add paper to the drawer. Drawer Display on the Touch Panel...
  • Page 318: Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol When the toner in the cartridge runs out, the Replace toner cartridge symbol blinks and the fol- lowing message appears. Up to approx. 50 copies can be made after the Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol starts blinking. (The maximum number of copies that can be made varies depending on the copying/printing conditions.) When the black toner runs out:...
  • Page 319: Recommendation For Original Toner

    Recommendation for original toner At Toshiba we strive to provide you with the highest quality images. Please use genuine Toshiba toner to ensure that you continue to receive quality output that is environmentally safe. Replace Toner Cartridge Symbol...
  • Page 320: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Replacing the toner cartridge When you want to replace a cartridge before the Replace toner cartridge symbol blinks, see the User Functions Guide. Open the front cover. Put your fingers in the groove and slowly pull out the color toner cartridge to be replaced.
  • Page 321: Cleaning The Slit Glasses

    Shake the new toner cartridge well to loosen the toner inside. Pull out the seal in the direc- tion of the arrow. Insert the new toner cartridge straight until it stops. Then clean the slit glasses. Cleaning the slit glasses The slit glass cleaner is placed inside the front cover.
  • Page 322 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Remove the cap. Do not touch the slit glass cleaner pad, the toner on the pad may stick to your hands and the cleaner pad may become contaminated. Use the slit glass cleaner with its pad side facing down.
  • Page 323: Cleaning The Chargers

    Insert the cleaner all the way in, and then pull it out. Repeat this two or three times for each color. Insert the cleaner all the way in until the arrow mark on the cleaner is hidden. Install the cap. Do not touch the slit glass cleaner pad, the toner on the pad may stick to your hands and the cleaner pad may become...
  • Page 324 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Insert the charger cleaner straight until it stops. Repeat steps 1 and 2 two or three times to clean the chargers. Clean all the chargers in the order of yellow, magenta, cyan and black. Close the front cover. “Wait adding toner”...
  • Page 325: Replace Toner Bag Symbol

    Replace Toner Bag Symbol When the toner bag becomes full of used toner, the replace toner bag symbol blinks and “Dis- pose of used toner” appears. Replace the toner bag following the procedure below. Open the front cover. Pull the toner bag out care- fully.
  • Page 326 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Put the lid on the toner bag. Set a new toner bag. Close the front cover. Replace Toner Bag Symbol...
  • Page 327: Jam Symbols

    Jam Symbols When a paper misfeed occurs in the equipment, the jam symbol blinks in the positions where the paper is misfed. Follow the guidance on the touch panel to remove the misfed paper properly. The misfed paper may not be in the correct position as shown in the illustration depending on the timing of the misfeeding.
  • Page 328 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Remove any misfed originals. Turn the dial to remove the misfed original. Open the transport guide. Raise the guide plate under the transport guide, and then remove the original under the guide plate. Jam Symbols...
  • Page 329 Close the transport guide, and then the upper cover. Open the Reversing Auto- matic Document Feeder. Open the reverse cover, and then remove the original. Close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder. Raise the lever, and then open the upper cover. Jam Symbols...
  • Page 330: Misfeed In Drawer Feeding Area

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Raise the original feeding tray, and then remove the original under the tray. Lower the original feeding tray. Close the upper cover. Misfeed in drawer feeding area Open the cover. Remove any misfed paper. Jam Symbols...
  • Page 331: Misfeed In The Large Capacity Feeder (Optional)

    Close the cover. Misfeed in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional) Open the cover of the Large Capacity Feeder. Remove any misfed paper. Close the cover. Jam Symbols...
  • Page 332: Misfeed In The Paper Feed Pedestal (Optional)

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Misfeed in the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) Open the cover of the Paper Feed Pedestal remove any misfed paper. Remove any misfed paper. Close the cover. Misfeed on the bypass tray Pull out misfed paper on the bypass tray.
  • Page 333: Misfeed In The Automatic Duplexing Unit

    Misfeed in the automatic duplexing unit Be careful not to let your fingers be caught between the equipment and the automatic duplexing unit. This could injure you. Do not touch the metal portion of a guide plate as it could burn you. Open the automatic duplexing unit.
  • Page 334: Misfeed In The Fuser Unit

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Put your fingers into A, push it up to release the lock and open the jam releasing cover. Rotate the green knob as indi- cated by the arrow toward the inside and remove any misfed paper. Return the jam releasing cover, the automatic duplexing unit to the original positions.
  • Page 335 Open the jam releasing cover. Holding the green knob, open the transport guide. If no mis- fed paper can be found on the exit side, perform step 8 and subsequent steps in Tip. Open the cover of the Bridge Unit (optional). When the Fin- isher (optional) is not installed, skip this step.
  • Page 336 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Remove any misfed paper from the receiving tray or the Bridge Unit (optional). Close the cover of the Bridge Unit (optional). Skip this step if the Finisher (optional) is not installed. If no misfed paper can be found on the exit side, perform step 8.
  • Page 337: Misfeed In The Bridge Unit (Optional)

    Misfeed in the Bridge Unit (optional) Holding the cover handle of the Bridge Unit, open the cover. Remove any misfed paper that is inside the Bridge Unit. When the misfed paper cannot be removed because the right side of the paper is caught by the fuser unit, follow steps on P.332 “Misfeed in the fuser...
  • Page 338: Misfeed In The Finisher And The Hole Punch Unit (Optional: Mj-1101, Mj-6101)

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Misfeed in the Finisher and the Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ-1101, MJ-6101) A paper misfeed at the upper tray Raise the lever, and then open the upper tray. Remove any misfed paper. Holding the cover handle of the Bridge Unit, open the cover.
  • Page 339 Remove any misfed paper. Proceed to step 8. When installing the Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ-6101) Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit. Turn the knob counterclock- wise to remove any misfed paper. Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.
  • Page 340 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Close the cover of the Bridge Unit. Close the upper tray. Place both hands at the shaded area of the upper tray, and then push and close the upper tray until it locks. The upper tray can be closed by pressing the right side of the latch.
  • Page 341 Lower the shutter of the paper exit. Remove any misfed paper. Holding the cover handle of the Bridge Unit, open the cover. When the Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ- 6101) is installed, proceed to step 7. Remove any misfed paper. Proceed to step 10.
  • Page 342 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS When installing the Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ-6101) Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit. Turn the knob counterclock- wise to remove any misfed paper. Close the cover of the Hole Punch Unit. Close the cover of the Bridge Unit. Close the upper tray.
  • Page 343: Misfeed In The Saddle Stitch Finisher And The Hole Punch Unit (Optional: Mj-1030, Mj-6004)

    The upper tray can be closed by pressing the right side of the latch. Misfeed in the Saddle Stitch Finisher and the Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ-1030, MJ-6004) Hold up the guide and remove any misfed paper in the paper exit area.
  • Page 344 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Raise the Hole Punch Unit, and remove any misfed paper. Return the Hole Punch Unit to the original position and close the front cover. Open the upper cover of the Finisher until it locks. Remove any misfed paper. Close the upper cover.
  • Page 345: Misfeed In The Saddle Stitch Unit (Optional)

    Misfeed in the Saddle Stitch Unit (optional) Open the front cover of the Saddle Stitch Finisher. Slide the green handle toward the right and remove the mis- fed paper. Move the green handle to the right-hand side. Remove any misfed paper and return the handle to its original position.
  • Page 346 9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Turn the right-hand knob coun- terclockwise. Turn the left-hand knob clock- wise while you are pushing it. Remove any misfed paper on the exit side of the Saddle Stitch Unit. Raise the lever and open the exit cover of the Saddle Stitch Unit.
  • Page 347 Remove any misfed paper. Close the exit cover and the front cover. Jam Symbols...
  • Page 348: Call Service Symbol

    9 BLINKING GRAPHIC SYMBOLS Call Service Symbol 1. Call service symbol 2. Error code Never attempt to repair, disassemble or modify the equipment by yourself. You could cause a fire or get an electric shock. Always contact your service representative for maintenance or repair of the internal parts of the equipment.
  • Page 349 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS This chapter explains the various messages displayed on the touch panel and the appropriate actions to be taken. “Toner near Empty” ....................349 “Time for Slit glass and Main charger cleaning” ..........352 Cleaning the slit glass ........................352 Cleaning the chargers ........................355 “Check staple cartridge”...
  • Page 350 “Cannot print this paper type Set the other paper type” ........383 “Reboot the machine” ..................384...
  • Page 351: Toner Near Empty

    “Toner near Empty” This message appears when toner in any of the toner cartridges has become little. Up to approx. 4000 copies can be made after it has appeared. The icon of the color of the corresponding toner cartridge is lit in the equipment status indication area. Prepare a new cartridge accordingly. K: Black Y: Yellow M: Magenta...
  • Page 352 10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Press the [USER] button. Press the [GENERAL] button. Press the [REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE] button. “Toner near Empty”...
  • Page 353 Press the button for the color of the toner cartridge which you have replaced. Press the [FINISH] button. Press the [YES] button. “Toner near Empty”...
  • Page 354: Time For Slit Glass And Main Charger Cleaning

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Time for Slit glass and Main charger cleaning” This message appears when the slit glass and the main charger require cleaning. When it appears, follow the steps below to clean the slit glasses and the chargers. Also clean the slit glasses and the chargers when the toner cartridge is replaced with a new one.
  • Page 355 Remove the cap. Do not touch the slit glass cleaner pad, the toner on the pad may stick to your hands and the cleaner pad may become contaminated. Use the slit glass cleaner with its pad side facing down. Insert the cleaner through the service hole under each devel- oper to clean the slit glass.
  • Page 356 10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Insert the cleaner all the way in, and then pull it out. Repeat this two or three times for each color. Insert the cleaner all the way in until the arrow mark on the cleaner is hidden. Install the cap.
  • Page 357: Cleaning The Chargers

    Cleaning the chargers Pull out the knob of the charger cleaner for yellow straight until the red mark appears. Insert the charger cleaner straight until it stops. Repeat steps 1 and 2 two or three times to clean the chargers. Clean all the chargers in the order of yellow, magenta, cyan and black.
  • Page 358: Check Staple Cartridge

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Check staple cartridge” This message will be shown only if the finisher (optional) is installed. When the staples in the stapler of the finisher run out, this message appears. Add staples to the cartridge according to the following procedure. Finisher (optional: MJ-1101) Open the front cover of the fin- isher.
  • Page 359 Take the empty staple case out of the staple cartridge. Install a new staple case into the staple cartridge. Insert the new case into the cartridge until you hear a click sound. Install the staple cartridge onto the stapler. When installing the staple cartridge, hold the mint-green color label por- tion of the bracket securely so that it will not move.
  • Page 360: Finisher (Optional: Mj-1030)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Finisher (optional: MJ-1030) Open the front cover of the fin- isher. Take off the staple cartridge. Take the empty staple case out of the staple cartridge. Remove the seal bundling the staples. Be careful that the staples are not misaligned.
  • Page 361 Install a new staple case into the staple cartridge. Insert the new case into the cartridge until you hear a click sound. Install the staple cartridge onto the stapler. Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound. Close the front cover of finisher.
  • Page 362: Check Staple Cartridge In The Saddle Stitch Unit

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Check staple cartridge in the Saddle Stitch Unit” This message will be shown only if the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) is installed. When the staples in the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Finisher run out, this message appears. Replace the staple cartridge according to the following procedure.
  • Page 363 Take out the empty staple car- tridge. Replace both cartridges at a time. Install the new staple car- tridge. When installing a staple cartridge, push it downward until it is fixed with a click sound. Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it.
  • Page 364: Examine Stapler

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Examine stapler” This message appears when the staples in the finisher (optional) are jammed. To remove them, follow the procedure below. Finisher (optional: MJ-1101) Open the front cover of the fin- isher. Take off the staple cartridge. Lower the guide while holding the knob.
  • Page 365 Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you. Remove any jammed staples. Hold the knob and raise the guide, and then return the guide to its original position. Install the staple cartridge into the stapler. When installing the staple cartridge, hold the mint-green color label por- tion of the bracket securely so that it will not move.
  • Page 366: Finisher (Optional: Mj-1030)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Finisher (optional: MJ-1030) Open the front cover of the fin- isher. Take off the staple cartridge. Lower the guide while holding the knob. A: Stapling area Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you. Remove any jammed staples.
  • Page 367 Hold the knob and raise the guide, and then return the guide to its original position. Install the staple cartridge into the stapler. Insert the cartridge until it is caught by the latch and fixed with a click sound. Close the front cover of the finisher. “Examine stapler”...
  • Page 368: Ready (Check Stapler)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “READY (CHECK STAPLER)” This message will be shown only when the finisher (optional) is installed. It appears when the staples in the stapler of the finisher run out or when the staples in the finisher are jammed. Clear the error according to the procedure in P.352 ““Time for Slit glass and Main charger clean- ing””.
  • Page 369: Examine Stapler In The Saddle Stitch Unit

    “Examine stapler in the Saddle Stitch Unit” This message appears when the staples in the Saddle Stitch Unit of the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) are jammed. To remove them, follow the procedure below. Open the front cover of the fin- isher.
  • Page 370 10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Take off the staple cartridge. While pushing the lever (1) downward, pull up the shutter with the knob (2). Remove any jammed staples. A: Stapling area Do not touch the stapling area. The stapler could injure you. Push the knob (2) to return it to its original position.
  • Page 371: Close The Front Cover Of The Finisher

    Install the staple cartridge. When installing a staple cartridge, push it downward until it is fixed with a click sound. Pull the handle of the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Unit toward you to unlock it. Then return the stapler to its original posi- tion.
  • Page 372: Ready (Check Saddle Stitch Stapler)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “READY (CHECK SADDLE STITCH STAPLER)” This message will be shown only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher (optional) is installed. It appears when the staples in the stapler of the Saddle Stitch Finisher run out or when the staples in the Saddle Stitch Finisher are jammed.
  • Page 373: Ready (Hole Punch Dust Bin Is Full)

    “READY (HOLE PUNCH DUST BIN IS FULL)” This message appears when the hole punch dustbin in the Hole Punch Unit (optional) becomes full. To dispose of the paper bits, follow the procedure below. Hole Punch Unit (optional: MJ-6101, MJ-6004) Open the cover of the Hole Punch Unit.
  • Page 374: Power Failure

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “POWER FAILURE” This message appears when a job is interrupted due to a power failure, etc. The print or Fax job in progress at the time of a power failure may not be completed. Confirm the job status by press- ing the [JOB STATUS] button.
  • Page 375: Time For Periodic Maintenance

    “Time for periodic maintenance” This message appears when assistance from a qualified service technician is required. Contact your service representative. “Time for periodic maintenance”...
  • Page 376: Check Paper Size Setting On Control Panel For Drawer N

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N” This message appears when the size of the paper actually placed in the drawer or on the bypass tray differs from the one registered in the equipment for the corresponding drawer or the bypass tray.
  • Page 377: During Copying (Using A Drawer)

    During copying (using a drawer) Turn the power of the equip- ment OFF. You cannot shut down the equipment. Remove the jammed paper. P.325 “Jam Symbols” Pull out the drawer mentioned in the message. Then remove all the paper in it. Close the drawer and then turn the power ON.
  • Page 378 10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Press the [USER] button on the touch panel to display the USER menu, and then press the [DRAWER] button. Press the drawer button corresponding to the one mentioned in the message on the touch panel. Press the paper size button corresponding to the one placed in the drawer.
  • Page 379: During Copying (Using The Bypass Tray)

    Place the paper removed in step 3 in the drawer. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button to return to the basic menu. Set the original and start the copying again. When “POWER FAILURE” appears, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button twice to clear the message.
  • Page 380: During Printing From The Fax Or Printer (Using A Drawer)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS Place paper on the bypass tray and select the paper size. P.83 “Bypass Copying” Place the original and try to copy again. When “POWER FAILURE” appears, press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button twice to clear the message. See P.372 ““POWER FAILURE””...
  • Page 381 See the size indication on the touch panel to check the paper size registered for the drawer mentioned in the message. Place the paper, whose size is same as the one you have checked at step 5, in the drawer mentioned in the message. P.52 “Preparation 2- Setting Copy Paper”...
  • Page 382: During Printing From The Printer (Using The Bypass Tray)

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS During printing from the Printer (using the bypass tray) Paper will not be fed out of the bypass tray during a FAX reception. Turn the power of the equip- ment OFF. You cannot shut down the equipment. Remove the jammed paper.
  • Page 383 Press the [JOB STATUS] but- ton on the control panel. Place the paper of the size corresponding to the one shown next to the message “Place Paper in the Bypass tray :” on the bypass tray. Press the [START] button. “Check paper size setting on control panel for drawer N”...
  • Page 384: Cannot Print This Paper Size Select The Other Drawer

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Cannot print this paper size Select the other drawer” When the finisher is installed, 12 x 18 FULL paper cannot exit to the receiving tray. " " When this message appears, delete the print job, change the paper size you set for printing or specify the finisher as an exit tray, and try again.
  • Page 385: Cannot Print This Paper Type Set The Other Paper Type

    “Cannot print this paper type Set the other paper type” Special paper can exit only to the receiving tray or the upper tray of the Finisher (MJ-1101). Delete the print job, select the receiving tray or the upper tray of the Finisher (MJ-1101) as an exit tray, and try again.
  • Page 386: Reboot The Machine

    10 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS “Reboot the machine” This message appears when the equipment cannot be operated normally because an error occurs but it may be released by rebooting the equipment. Since the equipment cannot be shut down with the control panel, reboot it with the power switch. “Reboot the machine”...
  • Page 387 MAINTENANCE This chapter describes the maintenance procedures for high-quality copy output, and how to troubleshoot. Daily Inspection ....................386 Simple Troubleshooting ..................387 Equipment does not start ........................387 Paper jamming occurs frequently....................387 Display does not change when buttons or icons are pressed............387 Functions cannot be set ........................388 Image density is too low........................388 Image density is too high ........................388...
  • Page 388: Daily Inspection

    11 MAINTENANCE Daily Inspection We recommend you to clean the following items weekly, so that the originals can be scanned in unsoiled conditions. Be careful not to scratch the parts that you are cleaning. 1. Scanning area Clean the surface with a dry soft cloth or a cloth lightly moistened with water. Do not use solvents such as alcohol.
  • Page 389: Simple Troubleshooting

    Simple Troubleshooting Check the following items and, if the problem still occurs, call your service representative for assistance. Equipment does not start Item to be checked Countermeasure Reference page Is the power cord plug securely Insert the power cord plug until it inserted in the outlet? comes to a stop.
  • Page 390: Functions Cannot Be Set

    11 MAINTENANCE Functions cannot be set Item to be checked Countermeasure Reference page Are there functions that cannot See the copying function combi- P.400 “Copying Function Com- be combined set together? nation and image quality adjust- bination Matrix”, P.402 “Image ment combination matrices, and Quality Adjustment Combination then set them again.
  • Page 391 Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The copy image is fogged. There is a slight gap Lower the Platen Cover (optional) or the between the original glass Automatic Document Feeder (optional) and the original. fully so that the original will contact with the original glass.
  • Page 392 11 MAINTENANCE Simple Troubleshooting...
  • Page 393 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c Specifications............392 Specifications of Options..................395 Packing List......................399 Copying Function Combination Matrix...............400 Combination Matrix 1/2 ........................400 Combination Matrix 2/2 ........................401 Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix ..........402 Combination Matrix 1/2 ........................402 Combination Matrix 2/2 ........................403...
  • Page 394: E-Studio2500C/3500C/3510C Specifications

    41.5" (W) x 33.7" (D) Storage capacity Max. 1000 sheets or until the memory is full (Toshiba’s own chart) This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement.
  • Page 395: Continuous Copying Speed

    Continuous copying speed e-STUDIO2500c sheets/min. Media type PLAIN/ RECYCLED THICK1 THICK2 THICK3 Paper size Feeder PAPER Black Black Black Black Color Color Color Color -and- -and- -and- -and- white white white white LT, ST-R, Drawer 17.5 17.5 8.5" SQ, A4, A5-R, B5 Bypass 17.5...
  • Page 396 The values above are measured when originals are set on the original glass, 1-sided, 100% and non-sort multiple copies are made. This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment. Toshiba-recommended paper is used for the values of this specification above. e-STUDIO2500c/3500c/3510c Specifications...
  • Page 397: Specifications Of Options

    Specifications of Options Reversing Automatic Document Feeder Model name MR-3018 Copy sides 1-side, Duplex Number of originals 100 originals (9.3 - 20 lb. Bond) or 0.63" or less in height (more than 20 lb. Bond) (LT) Feeding speed Black-and-white: 4.13 - 16.54" Color: 2.06 - 8.26"...
  • Page 398: Upper Tray

    12 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS Finisher (MJ-1101) Model name MJ-1101 Type Floor type (Console type) Acceptable paper size LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 8.5”SQ, 13”LG, 12” x 18” FULL, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO Acceptable paper 17 lb. Bond - 140 lb. Index weight Number of copies sta- Paper size...
  • Page 399 Saddle Stitch Finisher (MJ-1030) Model name MJ-1030 Type Floor type (Console type) Acceptable paper size LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO, 12” x 18” FULL Acceptable paper weight 17 lb. Bond - 140 lb. Index Number of copies stapled Paper size 20 lb.
  • Page 400: Bridge Unit

    (0.26" dia.; 2.76" and 0.83" pitch) R, B4, B5, B5-R, FOLIO Bridge Unit Model name KN-3500 Toshiba-recommended paper is used for the values above. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement. Specifications of Options...
  • Page 401: Packing List

    Packing List Packing list Operator’s Manual Photoconductive drum Operator’s Manual pocket Setup report Warranty sheet CD-ROM (2 pcs.) Stopper (for control panel) Packing List...
  • Page 402: Copying Function Combination Matrix

    12 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS Copying Function Combination Matrix Combination Matrix 1/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 403: Combination Matrix 2/2

    Combination Matrix 2/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 404: Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix

    12 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix Combination Matrix 1/2 Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix...
  • Page 405: Combination Matrix 2/2

    Combination Matrix 2/2 Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix...
  • Page 406 12 SPECIFICATIONS & OPTIONS Image Quality Adjustment Combination Matrix...
  • Page 407: Index

    INDEX ...........142 Numerics Color balance ..........103 Color mode ..128 1-sided original -> 1-sided copy ........39 Color mode button ..128 1-sided original -> 2-sided copy ........316 Color toner cartridge ..........148 2-color copy .......32 Configuration of options ..........171 2IN1 / 4IN1 ....81 Confirming and canceling auto job ..128...
  • Page 408 ........50 ..........325 Energy saving mode Jam symbols .... 104 ..........192 Enlargement and reduction copying JOB BUILD ..39 ..........272 Enlargement/Reduction (Zoom...) button Job status ....39 ........36 Equipment status indication area JOB STATUS button ........305 Error code ..........36 ERROR lamp ........
  • Page 409 ....29 Paper Feed Pedestal ........... 98 Paper selection Saddle stitch .......29 Paper size indicator ........123 Available conditions ..... 39 Paper source selection buttons ......114 Saddle stitch ..........60 Paper type ....114 Saddle Stitch Finisher ........275 Pausing print jobs ........115 Saddle stitch tray ..........
  • Page 410 Troubleshooting Display does not change when buttons ....... 387 or icons are pressed ......387 Equipment does not start ......388 Functions cannot be set ......388 Image density is too high ......388 Image density is too low ..... 387 Paper jamming occurs frequently ......
  • Page 411 Printed in China FC-2500C/3500C/3510C OME060002A0...
  • Page 412 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL COLOR SYSTEMS Operator's Manual for Basic Functions 2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN 6LE29698004 R060120A6601-TTEC Ver01 2006 - 10 2006 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...

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