OKI MC160n User Manual

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User Guide
Print/Copy/Scan Modes
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MC160n MFP

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  • Page 1MC160n MFP User Guide Print/Copy/Scan Modes 59320401 my.okidata.com
  • Page 2Copyright Information Copyright © 2009 by Oki Data. All Rights Reserved Document Information ________________________________ MC160 MFP Print/Copy Scan Modes User’s...
  • Page 3Contents 1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 4 COPY SETTING Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 54 Using the Printer Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 66 Using the Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 77 Replacing Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 810 Installing Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 9: Introduction1Introduction
  • Page 10: Getting Acquainted with Your MachineGetting Acquainted with Your Machine Space Requirements To ensure easy operation, consumable replacement and maintenance, adhere to the recommended space...
  • Page 11 238 mm (9.4") 786 mm (30.9") 548 mm (21.6") 160 mm 157 mm (6.3") 430 mm (16.9") (6.2") 100...
  • Page 12 238 mm (9.4") 731 mm (28.8") 493 mm (19.4") 160 mm 157 mm (6.3") 430 mm (16.9") (6.2") 100...
  • Page 13Part Names The following drawings illustrate the parts of your machine referred to throughout this guide, so please take some...
  • Page 14 11—Fuser unit 12—Fuser separator levers 13—Fuser cover lever 14—Imaging cartridge 15—Toner cartridge 16—Front cover 11 13 12 12 11...
  • Page 15Front View with Options (when Tray 2 is installed) 1—Lower feeder unit (Tray 2) 1 (when Tray 2 and duplex...
  • Page 16Rear View with Options (When Tray 2 is installed) 1—Lower feeder unit (Tray 2) 2—Locking pin 2 1 2 (when...
  • Page 17(when the attachment and duplex option are installed) 1—Duplex option 2—Attachment 1 2 17 Introduction
  • Page 18CD Contents Printer Drivers Drivers Use/Benefit Installers This software provides easy installa- tion of drivers and other software for your...
  • Page 19" For details on the installation of the drivers for Windows and Macintosh, refer to the Installation CD. " Windows...
  • Page 20System Requirements „ Personal computer For Windows – Pentium II: 400MHz or higher (Pentium 3: 500MHz or higher is recom-...
  • Page 21: Control Panel and Configuration Menu 1Control Panel and Configuration Menu
  • Page 22About the Control Panel 1 2 5 7 6 8 7 9 11 12 13 14 3 4 10 15...
  • Page 23No. Name Function 8 Enter key Press to select the setting that is currently displayed. 9 Error indicator Indicates an...
  • Page 24Display Indications Main Screen (Copy Mode) 3 4 1 2 No. Indication Description 1 Copy settings Allows the current settings...
  • Page 25„ Copy settings 1 2 3 Press / 4 5 6 Press / 7 8 9 No. Indication Description 1...
  • Page 26No. Indication Description 6 Double-sided This appears only when the duplex option has been copying installed. Indicates whether or not...
  • Page 27„ Scan settings 1 2 3 Press / 4 5 6 Press / 7 8 9 No. Indication Description 1...
  • Page 28No. Indication Description 5 Scan color Indicates the scan color that is selected. For details on selecting the scan color,...
  • Page 29Main Screen (Fax Mode) 1 2 3 4 No. Indication Description 1 Time Indicates the current time configured in ADMIN....
  • Page 30„ Fax settings 1 2 Press / 3 4 Press / , 5 6 Press / , 7 No. Indication...
  • Page 31No. Indication Description 3 TIMER TX Select this menu item to specify the time when the fax is to be...
  • Page 32Print Screen When a print job is received, PRINTER: Printing appears in the status section of the main screen. To...
  • Page 33Checking the Machine Status and Settings PRINTER MODE Menu With the main screen displayed, press the key to display the...
  • Page 34TONER REMAINING A general estimate of the amount of toner remaining in the toner cartridges can be viewed. " If...
  • Page 35P/H CLEAN MODE Switches the machine to the P/H CLEAN MODE. P/H CLEAN MODE is a mode that allows the...
  • Page 36REPORT/STATUS Menu To display the REPORT/STATUS screen, select REPORT/STATUS in the main screen, and then press the Enter key. From...
  • Page 37SUPPLIES STATUS The remaining amount of toner in the toner cartridges and the remaining service life of the imaging cartridges...
  • Page 38SPEED DIAL LIST Prints a list of the destinations programmed for speed dialing. For details, refer to the Facsimile User’s...
  • Page 39Configuration Menu Overview To display the settings menu for this machine, select UTILITY in the main screen, and then press...
  • Page 40 FAX RX OPERATION REPORTING SCAN SETTING 40 Control Panel and Configuration Menu
  • Page 41MACHINE SETTING Menu MACHINE SETTING AUTO PANEL RESET ENERGY SAVE MODE LCD CONTRAST KEY SPEED TIME TO START INTERVAL LANGUAGE...
  • Page 42 IMAGE REFRESH DUPLEX SPEED*1 CALIBRATION " *1 This appears only when the duplex option has been installed. " Manufacturer’s...
  • Page 43KEY TIME TO Setting 0.1sec / 0.3sec / 0.5sec / 1.0sec / SPEED START 1.5sec / 2.0sec / 2.5sec /...
  • Page 44TONER LOW Setting ON / OFF Select whether or not a warning message appears when the toner is nearly empty....
  • Page 45TRAY1 PAPER SETUP Menu TRAY1 PAPER SETUP " Manufacturer’s default settings appear in bold. Media type PLAIN PAPER / LETTERHEAD...
  • Page 46Select the type and size of the media loaded into Tray 1. If CUS- TOM(PLAIN) or CUSTOM(THICK) is selected as...
  • Page 47ADMIN. MANAGEMENT Menu " The ADMIN. MANAGEMENT menu is accessible only by the administra- tor. To display the settings for...
  • Page 48 BONJOUR*1 IPP*1 SLP*1 SNMP*1 SPEED/ DUPLEX*1 E-MAIL SET- SMTP TING SENDER NAME E-MAIL ADDRESS DEFAULT SUB- JECT SMTP SERVER...
  • Page 49 SMTP TIME- OUT TEXT INSERT POP BEFORE DISABLE/ SMTP ENABLE POP3 SERVER ADDR.*2 POP3 PORT NO.*2 POP3 TIME- OUT*2...
  • Page 50 LDAP SET- DISABLE/ TING ENABLE LDAP SERVER ADDR.*4 LDAP PORT NO.*4 SSL SETTING*4 SEARCH BASE*4 ATTRIBUTE*4 SEARCH METHOD*4 LDAP...
  • Page 51 LDAP PASS- WORD*4 DOMAIN NAME*4 USB SETTING COMM. SET- TONE/PULSE TING LINE MONITOR PSTN/PBX TEL/FAX MODE RBT SIGNAL TIME...
  • Page 52 PRESET ZOOM USER FAX NUMBER USER NAME AUTO REDIAL NUMBER OF REDIAL INTERVAL " *1 This menu item appears...
  • Page 53" Manufacturer’s default settings appear in bold. ADMINISTRATOR NO. Specify the new administrator access code. NET- TCP/IP Setting DISABLE /...
  • Page 54 DNS CONFIG. Setting DISABLE / ENABLE Set whether or not the DNS server setting is to be specified. If...
  • Page 55 SNMP Setting DISABLE / ENABLE Select whether or not to enable SNMP. SPEED/DUPLEX Setting AUTO / 10BASE-T FULL /...
  • Page 56 SMTP TIMEOUT Setting 30 to 300 sec (Default: 60 sec) Select the amount of time (in seconds) until the...
  • Page 57 SMTP DIS- Setting DISABLE / ENABLE AUTH. ABLE/ Select whether or not to enable SMTP ENABLE authentication. SMTP Specify...
  • Page 58 MAX.SEARCH Setting 5 to 100 (Default: 100) RESULTS Specify the maximum number of destina- tions displayed after a search....
  • Page 59 LINE MONITOR Setting OFF / LOW / HIGH Select the volume of the monitoring sound of the transmission signal....
  • Page 60USER PTT SETTING Setting ARGENTINA / AUSTRALIA SETTING / AUSTRIA / BELGIUM / BRAZIL / CANADA / CHINA / CZECH...
  • Page 61 DATE&TIME Setting Note TIME: 00:00-23:59 (Default: 00:00) DATE: ’00/01/01-’99/12/31 ZONE: GMT+12:00-GMT-12:00 (in 30-minute intervals) (Default: GMT+00:00) Use the keypad...
  • Page 62 INTERVAL Setting 2 to 99 min (Default: depends on PTT SETTING) Specify the interval between redial attempts. 62 Control...
  • Page 63COPY SETTING Menu COPY SETTING PAPER PRIORITY QUALITY PRIORITY DENSITY PRIORITY DENSITY LEVEL AUTO MANUAL OUTPUT PRIORITY DUPLEX COPY*1 "...
  • Page 64DEN- AUTO Setting (LIGHT) (DARK) SITY Adjust the density of the background color. LEVEL MAN- Setting (LIGHT) (DARK) UAL Specify...
  • Page 65DIAL REGISTER Menu DIAL REGISTER FAVORITE SPEED DIAL GROUP DIAL FAVORITE Register frequently used fax numbers and e-mail addresses in...
  • Page 66SPEED DIAL Register frequently used fax numbers and e-mail addresses as speed dial destinations. Instead of being entered manually, fax...
  • Page 67FAX TX OPERATION Menu FAX TX OPERATION DENSITY LEVEL QUALITY PRIORITY DEFAULT TX HEADER " Manufacturer’s default settings appear in...
  • Page 68DEFAULT TX Setting MEMORY TX / DIRECT TX Select the desired method for sending documents. MEMORY TX: With this method,...
  • Page 69FAX RX OPERATION Menu FAX RX OPERA- MEMORY RX MODE TION NO. of RINGS REDUCTION RX RX PRINT RX MODE...
  • Page 70" Manufacturer’s default settings appear in bold. MEMORY RX Setting OFF / ON MODE Select whether to allow (ON) memory...
  • Page 71RX MODE Setting AUTO RX / MANUAL RX Select whether the reception mode is set to auto- matic reception or...
  • Page 72REPORTING Menu REPORTING ACTIVITY REPORT TX RESULT REPORT RX RESULT REPORT " Manufacturer’s default settings appear in bold. ACTIVITY Setting...
  • Page 73RX RESULT Setting ON / ON(ERROR) / OFF REPORT Select whether the report showing the result of a reception is...
  • Page 74SCAN SETTING Menu SCAN SETTING RESOLUTION IMAGE FORMAT CODING METHOD FILE SIZE QUALITY PRIORITY DENSITY LEVEL " Manufacturer’s default settings...
  • Page 75CODING Setting MH / MR / MMR METHOD Select the default compression method for scan to E-mail operations. „ The...
  • Page 76: Media Handling2Media Handling
  • Page 77Print Media Specifications Media Media Size Tray* Duplex Copy Print FAX Inch Millimeter A4 8.2 x 11.7 210.0 x 297.0...
  • Page 78Types Before purchasing a large quantity of special media, do a trial print with the same media and check the...
  • Page 79„ Dusty „ Wet (or damp) " Keep media between 15% and 85% relative humidity. Toner does not adhere well...
  • Page 80DO NOT use thick stock that is „ Mixed with any other media in the trays (as this will cause...
  • Page 81„ Are precut or perforated Do not use OK to use Shiny backed paper Full-page labels (uncut) Letterhead You can...
  • Page 82Printable Area The printable area on all media sizes is up a a to 4.0 mm (0.157") from the edges...
  • Page 83Loading Media How do I load media? Take off the top and bottom sheets of a ream of paper. Holding...
  • Page 842 Slide the media guides to provide more space between them. M 3 Load the paper face up in the...
  • Page 854 Slide the media guides against the edges of the paper. 5 Install the dust cover. 6 Select TRAY1 PAPER...
  • Page 86Other Media When loading media other than plain paper, set the media mode (Label, Letter- head, Thick Stock 1, or...
  • Page 874 Load the media face up in the tray. " Up to 50 sheets can be loaded into the tray...
  • Page 887 Select TRAY1 PAPER SETUP in the UTILITY menu, and then select the set- tings for the size and type...
  • Page 89Tray 2 " Only Letter/A4 plain paper can be loaded in Tray 2. Loading Plain Paper 1 Pull out Tray...
  • Page 903 Remove the lid from Tray 2. 4 Press down the media pressure plate to lock it into place. 5...
  • Page 916 Reattach the lid to Tray 2. 7 Reinsert Tray 2 into the machine. 91 Media Handling
  • Page 92About Duplex Printing Duplex (double-sided) printing can be performed when the duplex option has been installed on this machine. "...
  • Page 93In addition, if “Combination” has been set to “Booklet”, autoduplex printing is per- formed. The following Order settings are available...
  • Page 94Output Tray The printed media is fed out facing down into the output tray below the control panel. This tray...
  • Page 95Media Storage „ Keep media on a flat, level surface in its original wrapper until it is time to load...
  • Page 96Original Media Specifications Documents that can be placed on the original glass The following types of documents can be placed...
  • Page 97„ Documents with pages that have had cutouts removed or are cutouts „ Label sheets „ Offset printing masters „...
  • Page 98Loading a Document to be Copied Placing a document on the original glass 1 Lift to open the ADF cover....
  • Page 99 3 Gently close the ADF cover. " Take care not to trap your fin- gers when closing the ADF...
  • Page 100" For details on copying the loaded document, refer to “Using the Copier” on page 108. For details on scanning,...
  • Page 101: Using the Printer Driver 2Using the Printer Driver
  • Page 102Selecting Printer Driver Options/Defaults (for Windows) Before you start working with your machine, you are advised to verify and change...
  • Page 1032 OKI-MC160n printer icon and select Printing Preferences. Windows 2000 1 From the Start menu, select Settings, and then click...
  • Page 104Printer Driver Settings Common Buttons The buttons described below appear on each tab. „ OK Click to exit the Properties...
  • Page 105 „ Watermark View Click the button to display a preview of the watermark. When this button is clicked, it...
  • Page 106Layout Tab The Layout Tab allows you to „ Print several pages of a document on the same page (N-up...
  • Page 107 „ Adjust the contrast (Contrast) „ Control the darkness of an image (Brightness) „ Adjust the saturation of printed...
  • Page 108: Using the Copier3Using the Copier
  • Page 109Making Basic Copies This section contains descriptions of the basic copy operation procedure and the functions that are frequently used...
  • Page 110 2 Press the Copy key. 3 Specify the desired copy settings. " For details on specifying the copy mode...
  • Page 111 Specifying the Copy Density 1 In the main screen (Copy mode), press the up or down arrow key to...
  • Page 112 2 Press the up arrow or down arrow key to select MANUAL, and then press the the up arrow...
  • Page 113Making Advanced Copies This section contains descriptions on setting 2in1 copying, ID card copying, repeat copying, poster copying, duplex (double-sided)...
  • Page 114 " For details on positioning the document on the original glass, refer to “Placing a document on the original...
  • Page 115ID Card Copying With ID card copying, the back and front of a document, such as a certificate, are copied...
  • Page 116 " To print only the front sides that were scanned first, press the Start-Color key or the Start-Mono key...
  • Page 117Poster Copying With poster copying, the length and width of the scanned document are each enlarged 200%, and printed on...
  • Page 118Setting Duplex (Double-Sided) Copying In order to perform double-sided copying, the duplex option must be installed on the machine. "...
  • Page 119Duplex (Double-Sided) Copying From the Original Glass Duplex (double-sided) copying can also be performed by placing the document on the...
  • Page 120Setting Collated (Sort) Copying With collated (Sort) copying, multiple copies of multi-page documents can be printed in order and sorted...
  • Page 121: Using the Scanner4Using the Scanner
  • Page 122Scanning From a Computer Application Documents can be scanned from a computer connected to this machine with a USB cable...
  • Page 123Windows TWAIN Driver Settings „ Load Load a saved settings file (dat file) for scanning. „ Save Save the current...
  • Page 124„ Image size Shows the data size of the scan image. „ Rotation Select the orientation of the image to...
  • Page 125Windows WIA Driver Settings „ Paper source Select whether documents are placed on the original glass or loaded into the...
  • Page 126Macintosh TWAIN Driver Settings „ Load Load a saved settings file (dat file) for scanning. „ Save Save the current...
  • Page 127„ Image size Shows the data size of the scan image. „ Rotation Select the orientation of the image to...
  • Page 128Scanning With the Machine The machine keys can be used to make scans. This operation differs from scan- ning from...
  • Page 1293 Specify the desired scan settings. " For details on specifying the destination of the data, refer to “Specify- ing...
  • Page 130Specifying the Data Location Select whether the computer or USB memory device is the location where scan data is to...
  • Page 131Saving Data on a USB Memory Device (Scan to USB Memory) Follow the procedure described below to save scan data...
  • Page 132Specifying the Destination Address (Scan to E-mail/FTP/ SMB) Scan data can be sent via the network to a specified address...
  • Page 133Selecting From the Favorite List From the speed dial destinations and group dial destinations registered on this machine, register a...
  • Page 1343 Press the Enter key again. If an FTP address or an SMB address was selected, the destination address is...
  • Page 135Selecting From the Address Book The speed dial destinations and group dial destinations registered on this machine are saved in...
  • Page 136 " For details on entering/editing text, refer to “Entering Text” on page 265. " Text starting with the first...
  • Page 137 " To search registered names, select NAME. To search e-mail addresses, select E-MAIL. 4 Use the keypad to type...
  • Page 1381 In the main screen (Scan mode), press the up arrow or down arrow key to select the current data...
  • Page 139 Deleting a Specified Destination Address A specified destination address (e-mail address, FTP address or SMB address) can be deleted....
  • Page 140Registering in the Favorite List From the speed dial destinations and group dial destinations registered on this machine, register a...
  • Page 1414 Press the up or down arrow key to select CHECK/EDIT, and then press the Enter key. 5 Press the...
  • Page 1427 Use the keypad to type in the e-mail address, and then press the Enter key. The settings are registered,...
  • Page 143 " Text starting with the first character of the maximum 10 characters is searched for. Text will not be...
  • Page 144 " For details on entering/editing text, refer to “Entering Text” on page 265. 7 Use the keypad to edit...
  • Page 145 Editing/Deleting Group Dial Destinations Information registered with a group dial destination can be edited or deleted. 1 In the main...
  • Page 146 " If the edited group dial destination is registered in the favorite list, a confir- mation message asking whether...
  • Page 147Selecting the Scan Quality Setting The resolution, scan mode and density appropriate for the scanned image can be selected. Selecting...
  • Page 148Setting the Scan Size The size of the scan data can be specified. " The default setting is LETTER. 1...
  • Page 149Deleting a Queued Transmission Job The list of jobs queued for transmission can be displayed, and a job can be...
  • Page 150150 Using the Scanner
  • Page 151: Replacing Consumables 5Replacing Consumables
  • Page 152Replacing Consumables Note If an error message (TONER OUT, I/C LIFE END, etc.) appears, print out the configuration page, and...
  • Page 153Keep toner cartridges: „ In their packaging until you’re ready to install them. „ In a cool, dry location away...
  • Page 154Replacing a Toner Cartridge Note Be careful not to spill toner while replacing a toner cartridge. If toner spills, immediately...
  • Page 1556 Open the front cover. " Before opening the front cover, open Tray 1 if it is not already open....
  • Page 1567 Check that the toner cartridge to be replaced has been moved to the front. " You can identify the...
  • Page 157 Note Do not touch the contact indicated in the illustration. Note Dispose of the empty toner cartridge according to your...
  • Page 15812 Remove the cover from the toner roller. " Do not touch or scratch the toner roller. 13 Align the...
  • Page 159 Note Do not touch the contact indicated the illustration. 14 Press in the toner cartridge until it locks into place....
  • Page 16016 Press the Stop/Reset key to reset the machine and clear the indicator mes- sage. " The machine must complete...
  • Page 161Replacing All Toner Cartridges at the Same Time Note Be careful not to spill toner while replacing a toner cartridge....
  • Page 162Replacing the Imaging Cartridge For optimum print quality and performance, use only approved Oki imaging car- tridge for your specific...
  • Page 1632 Grab the handle and lift it up slightly to the back, and then slowly pull the imaging cartridge out...
  • Page 1644 Slowly insert the new imaging car- tridge vertically, and then push it slightly down toward you to finish installing...
  • Page 165Note Do not touch the wires and flat cable shown in the illustration. " The machine must complete a calibration...
  • Page 166Replacing the Fuser Unit For optimum print quality and performance, use only approved Oki fuser unit for your specific machine...
  • Page 167Note Do not touch the wires and flat cable shown in the illustration. 3 Push the blue handles back as...
  • Page 1684 Grab the blue handles and lift the fuser unit to remove it. M Note Do not touch the matching...
  • Page 1695 Prepare a new fuser unit. 6 Pull the fuser separator levers for- ward as far as possible. 7 Remove...
  • Page 170rator levers to their original positions. Note Be careful not to touch the paper exit sensor and the surface of...
  • Page 1718 While lifting the fuser unit with the blue handles (one on each side), vertically insert the fuser unit. M...
  • Page 172 Note Do not touch the matching connectors of the fuser unit and the machine. 9 After the fuser unit...
  • Page 173Note Do not touch the wires and flat cable shown in the illustration. 11 Reconnect the power cord, and turn...
  • Page 174174 Replacing Consumables
  • Page 175: Maintenance6Maintenance
  • Page 176Maintaining the Machine CAUTION! Read all caution and warning labels carefully, making sure to follow any instructions contained in them....
  • Page 177„ Do not leave the machine’s covers open for any length of time, especially in well-lit places; light may damage...
  • Page 178Cleaning the Machine CAUTION! Be sure to turn off the machine and unplug the power cord before cleaning. However, be...
  • Page 179Media Rollers The accumulation of paper dust and other debris on the media rollers can cause media-feeding problems. Cleaning the...
  • Page 1802 Grab the handle and lift it up slightly to the back, and then slowly pull the imaging cartridge out...
  • Page 1813 Clean the media feed rollers by wip- ing them with a soft, dry cloth. BOTTOM VIEW CAUTION! The area...
  • Page 182Note Decreased print quality may result if the surface of the transfer roller is touched. Be careful not to touch...
  • Page 1835 Carefully close the scanner unit. " Take care not to trap your fin- gers when closing the scanner unit....
  • Page 184Cleaning the Media Feed Rollers for the ADF 1 Open the ADF feed cover. M 2 Clean the media feed...
  • Page 185Cleaning the Media Feed Rollers for Tray 2 Be sure to remove the duplex option before cleaning the media feed...
  • Page 1865 Lift the machine and reinstall it on top of Tray 2. 6 Open Tray 1 and reattach the dust...
  • Page 187Cleaning the Media Feed Rollers for the attachment Be sure to remove the duplex option before cleaning the media feed...
  • Page 1885 Lift the machine and reinstall it on top of the attachment. 6 Open Tray 1 and reattach the dust...
  • Page 189Cleaning the Media Feed Rollers for the Duplex 1 Open the duplex door. 2 Clean the feed rollers by wiping...
  • Page 190Print Head Window Continuing to use this machine with a dirty print head window can cause print quality problems. Clearing...
  • Page 1915 The magenta toner cartridge has been moved to the position from where it can be replaced. Pull down the...
  • Page 1926 Close the front cover. " The toner cartridge rotate within the machine. 7 After the toner cartridges have fin-...
  • Page 1938 Grab the handle and lift it up slightly to the back, and then slowly pull the imaging cartridge out...
  • Page 1949 Clean the print head window by wip- ing it with a soft, dry cloth. CAUTION! The area around the...
  • Page 195 Note Decreased print quality may result if the surface of the transfer roller is touched. Be careful not to touch...
  • Page 19611 Close the scanner unit. " Take care not to trap your fin- gers when closing the scanner unit. Note...
  • Page 19713 After the toner cartridges have fin- ished rotating, open the front cover. 14 Align the shaft on each end...
  • Page 198 Note Do not touch the contact indicated the illustration. 15 Press in the magenta toner car- tridge until it locks...
  • Page 199: Troubleshooting7Troubleshooting
  • Page 200Introduction This chapter provides information to aid you in resolving machine problems you may encounter, or at least guide you...
  • Page 201Printing a Configuration Page 1 In the main screen, press the up or down arrow key to select REPORT/STA- TUS,...
  • Page 202Preventing Media Misfeeds Make sure that... Media matches the machine specifications. Media is flat, especially on the leading edge. The...
  • Page 203Understanding the Media Path Understanding the media path will help you locate media misfeeds. 1. ADF media feed rollers 2....
  • Page 204CAUTION! Unfused toner can mess your hands, clothes, or anything else it gets on. If you accidentally get toner on...
  • Page 205Media Missfeed Messages and Clearing Procedures Media Missfeed Message Page Reference CHECK TRAY1 PAPER This message appears in the following...
  • Page 206Clearing a Media Missfeed in the Machine 1 Open the scanner unit. " If there is paper in the output...
  • Page 2072 Grab the handle and lift it up slightly to the back, and then slowly pull the imaging cartridge out...
  • Page 2083 Push the fuser separator levers back as far as possible. CAUTION! The area around the fuser unit is extremely...
  • Page 2094 Remove any missed media. " If a media missfeed occurs near the fuser unit, pull out the media from...
  • Page 210Note Do not touch the surface of the fuser roller in the fuser unit. Note Do not touch the paper...
  • Page 211Note Decreased print quality may result if the surface of the transfer roller is touched. Be careful not to touch...
  • Page 2126 Slowly insert the imaging cartridge vertically, and then push it slightly down toward you to finish reinstall- ing the...
  • Page 213Note Do not touch the wires and flat cable shown in the illustration. 213 Troubleshooting
  • Page 214Clearing a Media Missfeed From Tray 1 1 Remove the dust cover from Tray 1. 2 Carefully pull out the...
  • Page 215Clearing a Media Missfeed in Tray 2 1 Pull out Tray 2 as far as possible. 2 Lift up Tray...
  • Page 2163 Remove any missed paper. " If necessary, remove the dust cover from Tray 1 and close the tray. 4...
  • Page 2177 Load the media in Tray 2, and attach the lid. 8 Reinsert Tray 2. 217 Troubleshooting
  • Page 2189 Open and close the scanner unit to clear the missfeed message. 218 Troubleshooting
  • Page 219Clearing a Media Missfeed from the ADF 1 Open the ADF feed cover. M 2 Remove the document from the...
  • Page 2204 Remove any misfed media. 5 Close the ADF cover. " Take care not to trap your fin- gers when...
  • Page 221Clearing a Media Missfeed from the Duplex Option 1 Open the duplex cover. 2 Carefully pull out the missed media....
  • Page 2223 Close the duplex cover. 222 Troubleshooting
  • Page 223Solving Problems with Media Misfeeds " Frequent misfeeds in any area indicate that area should be checked, repaired, or cleaned....
  • Page 224Symptom Cause Solution Media is The loaded document Load the correct document. For details missfed in does not meet the...
  • Page 225Symptom Cause Solution Media is mis- Envelopes are facing Load the envelopes in Tray 1 with the feeding. the wrong...
  • Page 226Solving Other Problems Symptom Cause Solution Machine The power cord is not Turn off the machine, confirm that the power...
  • Page 227Symptom Cause Solution Printing The machine is set to It takes more time to print with special takes too a...
  • Page 228Symptom Cause Solution Some parts When printing enve- With 2in1 copying, the zoom ratio is of the image lopes, the...
  • Page 229Symptom Cause Solution With N-up on Both the printer driver For N-up on multiple copies, choose multiple cop- and the...
  • Page 230Symptom Cause Solution Media is The media is moist Remove the moist media and replace it wrinkled. from humidity or...
  • Page 231Solving Problems with Printing Quality Symptom Cause Solution Nothing is One or more of the Remove the toner cartridges and...
  • Page 232Symptom Cause Solution Image is too The print head win- Clean the print head window. light; there is dow is...
  • Page 233Symptom Cause Solution Image is One or more of the Remove the toner cartridges and blurred; toner cartridges may check...
  • Page 234Symptom Cause Solution There is The media is moist Remove the moist media and replace it insufficient from humidity. with...
  • Page 235Symptom Cause Solution Abnormal The print head win- Clean the print head window. areas (white, dow is dirty. black, or...
  • Page 236 Symptom Cause Solution Colors are The scanner unit or Set MACHINE SETTING/CALI- not register- front cover is opened BRATION in...
  • Page 237Status, Error, and Service Messages Status, error, and service messages are displayed in the message window. They provide information about...
  • Page 238 This message... means... Do this... SEARCHING The machine is searching data. SCANNING The machine is scanning the document. Warming...
  • Page 239This message... means... Do this... COMMUNICATION ERROR While data was Check the connection being sent in Scan to the USB...
  • Page 240This message... means... Do this... JOB CANCELED While a document Turn the machine off, was being scanned and then, after...
  • Page 241This message... means... Do this... NO SUITABLE PAPER Duplex (dou- Select Letter- or ble-sided) printing is A4-size plain paper, or...
  • Page 242This message... means... Do this... OUTPUT TRAY FULL The output tray is Remove all paper from full of paper. the...
  • Page 243This message... means... Do this... RETURN xx ORIGINAL After a media miss- Reload into the ADF feed has been the...
  • Page 244This message... means... Do this... USB Dev. Not support A USB device Disconnect the USB incompatible with device from this...
  • Page 245This message... means... Do this... xxxxx Repeat copying The maximum possible cannot be per- size for repeat copying IS NOT...
  • Page 246Service Messages These messages indicate a more serious fault that can only be corrected by a customer service engineer. If...
  • Page 247: Installing Accessories 3Installing Accessories
  • Page 248Introduction Note Use of accessories not manufactured by OKI may void your warranty if any damage is found to be...
  • Page 249Tray 2 (Lower Feeder Unit) You can install up to one optional lower feeder unit (Tray 2). The lower feeder...
  • Page 250Installing Tray 2 Note Since consumables are installed in the machine, be sure to keep the machine level when moving...
  • Page 251WARNING! This machine weighs approximately 21 kg (46 lb) when it is fully loaded with consumables. 5 Open Tray 1...
  • Page 252 8 When installing Tray 2 without installing the duplex option, also install the locking pins (one in each opening on...
  • Page 253Duplex Option Duplex (Double-Sided) printing can be performed automatically with the duplex option installed. For details, refer to “About Duplex...
  • Page 254Installing Attachment If the attachment is installed, the duplex option can be installed. (The attachment cannot be used by itself;...
  • Page 255 4 Lift the machine and place it on top of the attachment, making sure that the positioning pins on...
  • Page 2561 Turn off the machine and discon- nect the power cord and interface cables. 2 Remove the tape affixed to...
  • Page 257 To remove a locking pin, turn it to either the left or the right so that its grip is...
  • Page 2585 Install the duplex option. Align the duplex option with its installation position, and then push down on the bottom...
  • Page 2596 Open the duplex cover. While holding the duplex option against the machine, tighten the screws inside the cover to...
  • Page 260: AppendixAppendix
  • Page 261Technical Specifications Type Desktop (Full color laser beam printer-based all-in-one) Document holder Stationary Developing system Mono component development system Fusing...
  • Page 262Copy speed Simplex „ Monochrome 20* pages per minute for Letter/A4 (plain paper) (Normal 600 x 300 dpi) *When using...
  • Page 263Input capacity Tray 1 (multipurpose tray) „ Plain/recycled paper: 200 sheets „ Letterhead, labels, thick stock 1/2 Tray 2 (optional)...
  • Page 264Consumable Life Expectancy Chart User-Replaceable Item Average Life Expectancy Toner cartridge Starter Cartridge = 500 pages (Y, M, C) 1,000...
  • Page 265Entering Text When specifying the user name or programming the recipient name, letters, accented characters, numbers and symbols can be...
  • Page 266Entering Names Keypad Available characters Key [1...] [A...] 1 1 .,'?¿!¡"1-()@/:;_ 2 2 ABC2abcÆÇàáâãäåæç 3 3 DEF3defÐèéêëð 4 4 GHI4ghiìíîï...
  • Page 267Changing Input Mode Each press of the key switches the input mode between numbers and letters. [1…]: Numbers can be...
  • Page 268Correcting Text and Input Precautions „ To erase all entered text, hold down the Back key. „ To delete only...