Canon imageclass 2300 Information Guide

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  • Page 2 0 Ot¯ imageCLASS 2300 Basic Guide
  • Page 3: Manuals for the Machine Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed...
  • Page 4: How This Manual Is Organized How This Manual Is Organized Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Documents Chapter 3 Print Media Chapter 4 Copying -...
  • Page 5: ContentsContents Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 6 Control Panel Parts and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 7Chapter 6 Printer/Fax Driver Software Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 8Chapter 10 Troubleshooting List of Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 9: How to Use This Manual Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageCLASS 2300. Please read this manual to familiarize yourself with the basic...
  • Page 10Operations and Terms Used in This Manual This machine makes effective use of memory in order to perform print operations...
  • Page 11 Copying Scanning of an original, printing through finishing. x
  • Page 12: Legal NoticesLegal Notices Laser Safety This product complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J as a Class 1 laser product...
  • Page 13 CDRH Regulations The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations...
  • Page 14International Energy Star Program As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon USA, Inc. has determined that this copier model meets the...
  • Page 15 Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY...
  • Page 16: Important Safety InstructionsImportant Safety Instructions Please read these "Important Safety Instructions" thoroughly before operating the machine. As these instructions are intended to...
  • Page 17 Do not install the machine in the following locations: - A damp or dusty location - A location near...
  • Page 18Handling WARNING Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine. There are high-temperature and high-voltage components inside the machine...
  • Page 19 Turn OFF the main power switch for safety when the machine will not be used for a long period...
  • Page 20 CAUTION The fixing unit and its surroundings inside the machine may become hot during use. When removing jammed paper...
  • Page 21 Other Warnings WARNING For cardiac pacemaker users: This product generates a low level magnetic field. If you use a...
  • Page 22Transparencies Canon Type E Power Cord NOTE All items are subject to availability. Accessories are also available for other Canon...
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  • Page 24: IntroductionIntroduction 1 CHAPTER This chapter describes the features of the machine, and the parts and their functions. Where to Find...
  • Page 25 Where to Find Help 1 The documentations for the imageCLASS 2300 are provided in the following forms: Set-Up Sheets...
  • Page 26Book Manuals The following book manuals are provided with the machine: ■ Basic Guide (This Document) Explains the basic operations...
  • Page 27 PDF Manuals and Software (CD-ROMs) The imageCLASS 2300 Network Model comes with two CD-ROMs: Driver Software CD-ROM and Network...
  • Page 28Features of the imageCLASS 2300 1 Model Configurations Introduction The imageCLASS 2300 comes in two configurations: the standard imageCLASS 2300...
  • Page 29 Setting Up Machine Functions 1 It is necessary to set up certain functions before using it on a network,...
  • Page 30Parts and Their Functions This section provides you with the names and functions of all the parts on the 1...
  • Page 31 i Printer Ports j Main Power Switch Connect the printer cable (USB or parallel) to the matching port. Available...
  • Page 32Control Panel Parts and Functions One-Touch Speed Dialing Panels Closed 1 Introduction Display Contrast Energy Saver Coded Pause/ Monitor Directory...
  • Page 33 p Direct TX key x In Use Memory lamp Press to use the Direct Sending method, which A light...
  • Page 34 One-Touch Speed Dialing Panels Opened 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Delayed Advanced Memory Transmission Communication Transfer Reception...
  • Page 351 Introduction 1-12 Parts and Their Functions
  • Page 36: DocumentsDocuments 2 CHAPTER This chapter describes how to place original documents, and the types of documents you can load on...
  • Page 37 Placing Originals (For Copying, Faxing, Scanning) You can place originals on the platen glass or in the feeder, depending...
  • Page 38Orientation You can place an original either vertically or horizontally. Always align the top edge of your original with the...
  • Page 39 Platen Glass You should use the platen glass when scanning bound originals (such as books and magazines), originals on...
  • Page 40 If you are enlarging an STMT or LTR original to 11" x 17" or LGL paper, place the original...
  • Page 41 Feeder Place a stack of originals in the feeder, and press [Start]. The machine automatically scans them. You can...
  • Page 42 Place your originals as far into the feeder as they will go. Display Contras 2 t Collate Special Documents...
  • Page 43 NOTE The scanned originals are output face down to the original output tray. You can place different size originals...
  • Page 44: Print MediaPrint Media 3 CHAPTER This chapter describes the types of paper you can use with the machine and how to...
  • Page 45 Paper Type Paper types which can be used with this machine are shown in the following table. Location Paper...
  • Page 46 Location Paper Drawer Stack Paper Size Length x Width 1 and 2 Bypass 11" x 17" 11" x 17"...
  • Page 47 Loading Paper This section describes how to load paper into the paper drawers. CAUTION When loading paper, take care...
  • Page 482 Open a paper package, and remove the paper stack. 3 Print Media IMPORTANT Rewrap any remaining paper in its...
  • Page 49 4 Load the paper into the paper drawer. Even out the edges of the paper stack. Load the paper...
  • Page 505 Gently push the paper drawer back into the machine until it clicks into place in the closed position. 3...
  • Page 51 Adjusting the Paper Drawer Guides If you want to load a new paper size in a paper drawer, follow...
  • Page 523 Detach the paper end guide by pushing it to the left and pulling up, and attach it again aligning...
  • Page 53 5 Lower the lock lever to the left to lock the side guide. 3 Print Media IMPORTANT Be sure...
  • Page 547 Attach the appropriate paper size label onto the paper size plate. Remove the protecting plastic sheet and attach the...
  • Page 55 CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its closed position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as...
  • Page 56: Copying - Basic OperationsCopying - Basic Operations 4 CHAPTER This chapter describes the overview and flow of copying operations. Overview of Copying Operations...
  • Page 57 Overview of Copying Operations Copying operations of this machine are done from the control panel with the Copy Basic...
  • Page 58 [Two-Page Separation]: This mode enables you to copy facing pages of an opened book onto separate copy sheets. (See...
  • Page 59 Copy Operations This section describes the flow of basic copy operations. Understanding the flow of copy operations is useful...
  • Page 60 NOTE For instructions on using Department ID Management, see Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the Reference Guide. 2...
  • Page 61 3 Set the desired copy mode on the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE On the Copy Basic Features screen,...
  • Page 62Start 6 Press [Start]. If the following screen is displayed, follow the instructions that appear on the LCD display ➞...
  • Page 63 ● If you want to cancel a copy job in the standby mode: Stop ❑ Press [Stop]. The display...
  • Page 64More Information For detailed information on all copying functions, see the Copying Guide. 4 Copying - Basic Operations Copy Operations...
  • Page 65 4 Copying - Basic Operations 4-10 Copy Operations
  • Page 66: Faxing - Basic OperationsFaxing - Basic Operations 5 CHAPTER This chapter describes the overview of the fax functions, how to set up the...
  • Page 67 Overview of Fax Operations This section provides an overview of the fax functions of this machine. ■ Various Fax...
  • Page 68■ Monitoring Transactions and Checking Settings You can check a list of documents being sent or waiting to be sent...
  • Page 69 Setting Up the Machine for Fax Operations After installation, you need to set up the machine to use the...
  • Page 70 Setting the Current Date and Time You must set the current date and time. The date and time is...
  • Page 71 F2 4 Press [F2] ( ) or [F3] ( ) to select the month, day, year, and F3 time...
  • Page 72Registering the Required Sender Information According to recent amendments to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) rules governing the use of...
  • Page 73 ■ Date and Time Date and time of the transmission. ■ Fax Number Your fax number. ■ Unit's Name...
  • Page 74 F3 3 Press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to highlight <01 USER SETTINGS> F4 ➞ press [OK]. OK The...
  • Page 75 To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]. Reset 7 Press [Reset] to return to the Basic Features screen. Registering...
  • Page 76 F3 3 Press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to highlight <02 UNIT NAME> ➞ F4 press [OK]. OK The...
  • Page 77 Registering the Sender Information (TX Terminal ID) The TX Terminal ID tells the recipient the sender's name and fax...
  • Page 78F3 3 Press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to highlight <04 TX TERMINAL ID> ➞ F4 press [OK]. OK The...
  • Page 79 ● If you selected <01 TTI POSITION>: OK ❑ Press [OK] ➞ press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to...
  • Page 80Fax Sending Operations This section describes the flow of basic fax sending operations. NOTE For the following items: - Main...
  • Page 81 2 Place your documents on the machine. You can place your original either vertically or horizontally in the feeder...
  • Page 82 5 Specify the destination. For instructions on how to specify a destination, see Chapter 2, "Speed Dialing," and Chapter...
  • Page 83 8 When scanning is complete, remove your document. ID 9 If you have set Department ID Management, press [ID]....
  • Page 84: Printer/Fax Driver SoftwarePrinter/Fax Driver Software 6 CHAPTER This chapter briefly describes the PCL printer driver and fax driver software. Introduction . ....
  • Page 85 Introduction The Canon PCL5e and PCL6 printer drivers and fax driver give users of Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98,...
  • Page 86System Requirements The printer and fax drivers for Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000/XP can be used in the following system environments. ■...
  • Page 87 Installing the Software The Set-Up Sheet for Networking and Printing explains the standard installation procedures for the printer and...
  • Page 88: I-Fax - Basic OperationsI-Fax - Basic Operations 7 CHAPTER This chapter describes the overview of the I-Fax functions, setting up the machine, and...
  • Page 89 Overview of the I-Fax Functions I-Fax (Internet Facsimile) enables you to transmit and receive a scanned original document converted...
  • Page 90Setting Up the Machine for Using I-Fax Before using I-Fax, it is necessary to specify the following settings from the...
  • Page 91 Sendig and Receiving I-Fax This section describes how to transmit and receive mail with the I-Fax functions of the...
  • Page 92Line/Mail 2 Press [Line/Mail] to display <I-FAX>. The machine is ready to transmit. 3 Place a document. NOTE For details...
  • Page 93 Start 6 Press [Start]. The machine scans the document. NOTE To cancel transmitting, press (Stop) while scanning the document...
  • Page 94 3 Place a document. NOTE For details on how to place a document, see Chapter 3, "Basic Sending," in...
  • Page 95 Receiving I-Fax If you set EMAIL RX PROTOCOL to SMTP on the MAIL USER SETTING menu, or set EMAIL...
  • Page 96 NOTE If you do not specify a sender name, the machine will receive mail transmitted to the mail address...
  • Page 977 I-Fax - Basic Operations 7-10 Sendig and Receiving I-Fax
  • Page 98: Printing - Basic OperationsPrinting - Basic Operations 8 CHAPTER This chapter describes the features and basic operations of the printer. Features of the...
  • Page 99 Features of the Printer Your printer offers fast printing speed, superior print quality, sophisticated paper handling, and ecology and...
  • Page 100■ Typefaces The printer comes with 45 scalable typefaces in 14 typeface families (Agfa 45 MicroType fonts) and 32 additional...
  • Page 101 Connecting to a Computer Connect the machine to a computer or network using an interface cable supporting bidirectional communication...
  • Page 102 Connecting through a Parallel Interface This machine can connect to a computer through a parallel interface. After connection, install...
  • Page 103 Printing a Document To print a document, follow the procedure below. 1 In the application, with the document open,...
  • Page 104Canceling a Print Job After you cancel a print job from your software application, the printer may still have data...
  • Page 105Printing-Basic Operations 8 8-8 Canceling a Print Job
  • Page 106: MaintenanceMaintenance 9 CHAPTER This chapter describes how to replace the toner cartridge and perform routine cleaning. Replacing the Toner Cartridge...
  • Page 107 Replacing the Toner Cartridge When the machine runs out of toner, the alarm lamp blinks and the message <REPLACE...
  • Page 1081 Open the stack bypass. 2 Pull out the left cover of the stack bypass. Maintenance 9 CAUTION Grasp the...
  • Page 109 3 While gripping the handles (marked with blue) of the toner cartridge, pull it out horizontally. 4 Cut the...
  • Page 110 When handling the toner cartridge, hold it by the handles with the triangle facing up as shown in the...
  • Page 111 6 Place the toner cartridge on a flat stable surface, and hold the cartridge with one hand while removing...
  • Page 112CAUTION When removing the protective cover, be careful not to touch the toothed wheels on the covered side of the...
  • Page 113 8 While holding the toner cartridge with both hands, align both sides of the cartridge with the guiding grooves...
  • Page 11410 Close the stack bypass. CAUTION When closing the stack bypass, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as...
  • Page 115 Routine Cleaning If the original is not copied clearly, clean the following parts of the machine. For high quality...
  • Page 116 1 Clean the platen glass and the platen glass cover with a cloth dampened with water, and wipe them...
  • Page 117 1 Open the feeder cover. 2 Clean the rollers (total of two places), separator, and transparent plastic plate inside...
  • Page 1183 Close the feeder cover. CAUTION When closing the feeder cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as...
  • Page 119 5 Clean the feeder scanning area (platen glass) and the document feeding roller, with a cloth dampened with water....
  • Page 120 Roller Cleaning If a black streak appears on the output, the fixing roller in the main unit may be...
  • Page 121 F3 4 Press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to highlight <02 PRNT CLEANING F4 PAPR> ➞ press [OK]. OK...
  • Page 122 F3 7 Repeat steps 1 to 3 ➞ press [F3] (▼) or [F4] (▲) to highlight F4 <01 START CLEANING>...
  • Page 123Maintenance 9 9-18 Routine Cleaning
  • Page 124: TroubleshootingTroubleshooting 10CHAPTER This chapter highlights any problems that may occur during the operation of the machine, and solutions that may...
  • Page 125 List of Error Messages Self-Diagnostic Display The machine is equipped with the self-diagnostic function. Self-diagnostic (error) messages appear on...
  • Page 126CHECK PRINTER Cause The machine is detecting an error in the printer area. Remedy Please contact your service representative. CHECK...
  • Page 127 LOAD THE APPROPRIATE SIZE PAPER Cause Although <AUTO PAPER> is selected when copying, appropriate size paper is not set...
  • Page 128OPEN THE FRONT COVER Cause A paper jam has occurred. Remedy Open the front cover, and follow the procedure described...
  • Page 129 RECEIVED IN MEMORY Cause A document was received in memory because the toner or paper has run out. Remedy...
  • Page 130TRANSMITTING... Cause 1 During the current transmission, your machine may have tried to send a document identified from the list...
  • Page 131 When Problems Occur during Fax Operations If an error occurs during fax operations, check the following points. Sending Documents...
  • Page 132Cause 2 Is a document occupying your memory space? Remedy Either print out any documents received in memory or wait...
  • Page 133 You cannot perform polling. Cause Is the polling box set? Remedy For polling to send, the polling box must...
  • Page 134 Cause 4 Did you make a mistake in the subaddress or password registered for one-touch or coded speed dialing?...
  • Page 135 The documents you received are of poor quality. Cause 1 Is your toner cartridge running low on toner? Remedy...
  • Page 136Other Problems Sending and receiving of documents is too slow. Cause 1 Is the resolution set to 'FINE', 'SUPER FINE',...
  • Page 137 When You Have Trouble Printing If your printer is unable to print or you have problems with the printer...
  • Page 138From the left Yes The printer is not online. (See Chapter 2, "Using the Printer," in the PCL Printer Guide.)...
  • Page 139 Service Call Message If a malfunction occurs to the machine, service call messages appear on the display. WARNING Do...
  • Page 140If You Cannot Solve the Problem If you have a problem with your machine that you cannot solve with the...
  • Page 141Troubleshooting 10 10-18 If You Cannot Solve the Problem
  • Page 142: AppendixAppendix 11 CHAPTER Machine Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 143 Machine Specifications Specifications are subject to change without notice for product improvement or future release. Main Unit Item Specifications...
  • Page 144 Item Specifications Warm-Up Time When main power is turned ON: approx. 30 seconds Activation time from Energy Saver mode:...
  • Page 145 Item Specifications Exposure Control Automatic or manual exposure control Multiple Copies 99 sheets maximum Power Source 120 V AC...
  • Page 146Fax Specifications The following are the principal specifications of the fax functions of this machine. Specifications are subject to change...
  • Page 147 Printer Specifications This section lists the specifications for the printer. Controller Specifications CPU Power PC405 (200 MHz) Memory (RAM)...
  • Page 148Interface Specifications This section lists the specifications for the parallel interface and printer cable that should be used with the...
  • Page 149 Index Symbols Copy operations, 4-4 Copy shortcut keys, 1-10 + key, 1-11 Cursor keys, 1-11 Numerics D 10Base-T/100Base-TX Port,...
  • Page 150H Modified Read (MR), 7-2 Monitor key, 1-9 Hook key, 1-9 Horizontal placement, 2-3 N I Network Model, 1-5, 7-2...
  • Page 151 Plug & Play, 8-2 System Manager settings, 1-6 POP3, 7-2 Setting up the machine for I-Fax, 7-3 Preset time,...
  • Page 152U Underside of the feeder, 1-8 Unit's name, registering, 5-10 Upper left cover, 1-8 USB interface, 8-5 USB port, 8-2,...
  • Page 153 Canon U.S.A., Inc. Limited Warranty - U.S. Only The limited warranty set forth below is given by Canon U.S.A.,...
  • Page 154 CANON CARTRIDGE P LIMITED WARRANTY Canon U.S.A., Inc. and Canon Canada Inc., (collectively "Canon") warrant to the original purchaser...
  • Page 155 GARANTIE RESTREINTE DES CARTRIDGE P DE CANON Canon U.S.A., Inc. et Canon Canada Inc. (collectivement " Canon ") certifient...
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