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    TM 10V 14V USER’S MANUAL 10/14 ppm page printer[...]

  • Page 2

    User’s Manual FM-1 Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement Notice[...]

  • Page 3

    FM-2 User’s Manual In case that the interface board, Ethernet C, is installed, this equipment comp[...]

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    User’s Manual FM-3 As an International E NERGY S TAR SM Partner, Fujitsu Limited has determined th[...]

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    FM-4 User’s Manual[...]

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    User’s Manual FM-5 The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice and without obl[...]

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    FM-6 User’s Manual Precautions Read this section and remember these instructions to ensure your sa[...]

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    User’s Manual i Contents Preface .................................................................[...]

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    ii User’s Manual Chapter 2 Using Printer Software ................................................[...]

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    User’s Manual iii Chapter 4 Enhancing and Customizing the Printer ................................[...]

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    iv User’s Manual Contents Chapter 6 Solving Problems .............................................[...]

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    User’s Manual v Preface Thank you for purchasing the Fujitsu PrintPartner 10V/14V Page Printer. Th[...]

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    vi User’s Manual Organization Operating Environments To run the Printer Driver, you need an IBM PC[...]

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    User’s Manual vii Control Panel The printer’s control panel incorporates two rows of buttons, wi[...]

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    viii User’s Manual[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-1 GETTING STARTED 1 CHAPTER Getting Started This chapter provides complete setup i[...]

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    1-2 User’s Manual Figure 1–1 Front and right side view Figure 1–2 Rear and left side view Gett[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-3 GETTING STARTED Getting Acquainted From optional paper tray Figure 1–3 Interio[...]

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    1-4 User’s Manual Getting Ready Getting Ready below +10 °C above +35 °C This section will help y[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-5 GETTING STARTED • Use only the power cord furnished with the printer. Do not u[...]

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    1-6 User’s Manual • An interface cable is not a standard accessory. Please purchase an appropria[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-7 GETTING STARTED This section describes how to assemble the printer and connect t[...]

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    1-8 User’s Manual Setting Up Projecting guide To prepare the print unit and install the toner bott[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-9 GETTING STARTED Setting Up 6. Install toner bottle. Slide both projecting guides[...]

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    1-10 User’s Manual Setting Up q w * Loading Paper and Installing the Paper Tray This printer has a[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-11 GETTING STARTED 4. Load the paper. Place the front portion of the paper stack o[...]

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    1-12 User’s Manual q ☞ 7. Remove the protective material from the rear stacker. Open the rear st[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-13 GETTING STARTED 3. Plug the male end into a wall outlet. Caution: For your safe[...]

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    1-14 User’s Manual • Serial (RS-232C/422A) Use a serial interface if the printer is not near the[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-15 GETTING STARTED Connecting the Printer to Your Computer Printing a Test Page Of[...]

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    1-16 User’s Manual Installing the Printer Driver Installing the Printer Driver Now that you connec[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-17 GETTING STARTED Notice: If you encounter conflicts with other already installed[...]

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    1-18 User’s Manual 3. From the “New Hardware Found” dialog box, select “Driver from disk pro[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-19 GETTING STARTED 11. When all files have been copied and the driver is installed[...]

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    1-20 User’s Manual 4. If desired, change the font(s) in the document to one of the fonts offered b[...]

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    User’s Manual 1-21 GETTING STARTED If Something Goes Wrong This section briefly discusses the most[...]

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    1-22 User’s Manual To help you enhance or customize the printer, the user’s manual contains the [...]

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    User’s Manual 2-1 PRINTER SOFTWARE 2 CHAPTER Using Printer Software This chapter provides informat[...]

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    2-2 User’s Manual Installing PPMENU PPMENU needs to be installed only if you will print from DOS o[...]

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    User’s Manual 2-3 PRINTER SOFTWARE Library Special Options Help Page Format Selectable options win[...]

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    2-4 User’s Manual 6. To end PPMENU and exit to DOS or your application, choose the item "Exit[...]

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    User’s Manual 2-5 PRINTER SOFTWARE Feature Default Other options or range Personality (*8) Auto PC[...]

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    2-6 User’s Manual MarkVision by Lexmark is an integrated software for managing printers, stored in[...]

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    User’s Manual 2-7 PRINTER SOFTWARE Printer Management Utility Program, MarkVision To install MarkV[...]

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    2-8 User’s Manual Menu Bar Functions The three functions of the top menu bar are as follows: Statu[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-1 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING 3 CHAPTER Printing and Paper Handling This chapter p[...]

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    3-2 User’s Manual Control Panel Tutorial POWER ONLINE DATA ERROR MFF PAPER SIZE PRINT FONT SELF TE[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-3 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Control Panel Tutorial Message Display (LCD) The mes[...]

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    3-4 User’s Manual Control Panel Tutorial Pressing the button briefly Except for the READY button, [...]

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    User’s Manual 3-5 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Control Panel Functions Changing Message Language ( [...]

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    3-6 User’s Manual Clearing the Buffer and Reinitializing the Printer ( RESET ) Pressing and holdin[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-7 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Control Panel Functions Figure 3–2 Status report[...]

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    3-8 User’s Manual Printing a Font Report ( PRINT FONT ) The font report summarizes attribute infor[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-9 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Control Panel Functions Figure 3–3 Font report (fi[...]

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    3-10 User’s Manual Selecting Paper Tray, MFF, or Manual Paper Feed ( TRAY SELECT ) Pressing TRAY S[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-11 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Control Panel Functions Setting MFF Paper Size ( MF[...]

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    3-12 User’s Manual Menu Functions Selecting Menu Option ( MENU ) and Resetting Menu ( RESET MENU )[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-13 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Menu Functions Use + and - to move up and down the [...]

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    3-14 User’s Manual Menu Functions Submenu (bold)/Item Page format menu Copies Paper/Envelope Orien[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-15 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Menu Functions Submenu (bold)/Item Parallel menu Ac[...]

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    3-16 User’s Manual Menu Items *8 Displayed when an FPS card is installed *9 If the total capacity [...]

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    User’s Manual 3-17 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING PCL font menu Font source Where the printer finds t[...]

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    3-18 User’s Manual Parallel menu Acknowledge The timing of the ACK signal against the BUSY signal [...]

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    User’s Manual 3-19 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Handling Paper Discusses paper selection and paper [...]

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    3-20 User’s Manual Handling Paper This printer can print on a wide range of paper sizes, but the s[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-21 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Handling Paper Although this printer can print on a[...]

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    3-22 User’s Manual Handling Paper Observe the following tips when handling print media. • Do not[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-23 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Handling Paper • Use materials specially designed[...]

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    3-24 User’s Manual Labels This printer prints well on labels if you carefully follow these guideli[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-25 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING 2. Change the setting of the paper size indicator. [...]

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    3-26 User’s Manual 4. Attach the paper guides to the correct positions. Locate the mounting holes [...]

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    User’s Manual 3-27 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Feeding Paper Manually This printer has a slot that[...]

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    3-28 User’s Manual Release the paper once it begins to feed automatically. If your file has additi[...]

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    User’s Manual 3-29 PRINTING AND PAPER HANDLING Printing on Nonstandard Size Paper and on Envelopes[...]

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    3-30 User’s Manual Handling Paper Page Orientation Figure 3-4 illustrates the two orientations and[...]

  • Page 76

    User’s Manual 4-1 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING 4 CHAPTER Enhancing and Customizing the Printer This[...]

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    4-2 User’s Manual To install the RAM card, first make sure the printer is turned off and follow th[...]

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    User’s Manual 4-3 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Notice: Do not touch any connector contacts to avoid[...]

  • Page 79

    4-4 User’s Manual Installing an Interface Expansion Board With default settings, the printer autom[...]

  • Page 80

    User’s Manual 4-5 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Installing an Interface Expansion Board (Example: se[...]

  • Page 81

    4-6 User’s Manual Installing an Interface Expansion Board To make the connection, plug the cable c[...]

  • Page 82

    User’s Manual 4-7 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Installing an Interface Expansion Board If the setti[...]

  • Page 83

    4-8 User’s Manual Installing an Interface Expansion Board Connecting the LocalTalk Interface Cable[...]

  • Page 84

    User’s Manual 4-9 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Installing an Interface Expansion Board Connecting t[...]

  • Page 85

    4-10 User’s Manual Adding Paper Sources Selecting the Ethernet Interface The printer’s standard [...]

  • Page 86

    User’s Manual 4-11 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Adding Paper Sources To install the paper feeder, f[...]

  • Page 87

    4-12 User’s Manual Changing the Paper Tray Size The paper tray can be adjusted to one of the four [...]

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    User’s Manual 4-13 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Adding Paper Sources 3. Remove the three paper guid[...]

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    4-14 User’s Manual Adding Paper Sources Rear guide: Mount the guides in reverse order of the remov[...]

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    User’s Manual 4-15 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Adding Paper Sources Different Paper Tray Sizes The[...]

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    4-16 User’s Manual Adding Paper Sources Notice: Because the MFF does not have a mechanism that det[...]

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    User’s Manual 4-17 ENHANCING & CUSTOMIZING Adding Paper Sources 4. Fan the paper stack. When l[...]

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    4-18 User’s Manual[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-1 MAINTENANCE 5 CHAPTER Maintenance This chapter covers preventive maintenance, pe[...]

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    5-2 User’s Manual Table 5-1 lists the printer’s periodic routine maintenance and indicates when [...]

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    User’s Manual 5-3 MAINTENANCE Important: Whenever you replace the toner bottle, clean the corona w[...]

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    5-4 User’s Manual 4. Remove the toner bottle from its envelope. 5. Fully shake the toner bottle. 6[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-5 MAINTENANCE Periodic Routine Maintenance 8. Lock the toner bottle. Push the tone[...]

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    5-6 User’s Manual Periodic Routine Maintenance Replacing the print unit involves replacing the ton[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-7 MAINTENANCE If you want to re-use the print unit, be careful not to scratch the [...]

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    5-8 User’s Manual Periodic Routine Maintenance Notice: If the print unit is still installed, compl[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-9 MAINTENANCE Periodic Routine Maintenance Remove the print unit and store it in a[...]

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    5-10 User’s Manual Periodic Routine Maintenance Installing the New Print Unit Notice: To avoid exp[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-11 MAINTENANCE Periodic Routine Maintenance 3. Lower the print unit into the print[...]

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    5-12 User’s Manual 4. Seat the print unit in place. Press down gently on the left and right portio[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-13 MAINTENANCE Periodic Routine Maintenance POWER ONLINE DATA ERROR MFF PAPER SIZE[...]

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    5-14 User’s Manual Periodic Routine Maintenance 4. Press the ENTER button to select this function.[...]

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    User’s Manual 5-15 MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Precharger Wire The precharger wire is on the print un[...]

  • Page 109

    5-16 User’s Manual If you need to ship your printer or store it for an extended time, protect it b[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-1 SOLVING PROBLEMS 6 CHAPTER Solving Problems Although this printer is designed to[...]

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    6-2 User’s Manual ☞ To clear a paper jam, follow these steps: Notice: Clear paper jams quickly t[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-3 SOLVING PROBLEMS 4a. Pull out the tray and raise the left and right levers of th[...]

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    6-4 User’s Manual Clearing Paper Jams 4c. Open the rear stacker at the back of the printer. Draw o[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-5 SOLVING PROBLEMS Clearing Paper Jams Remove the sheet. Caution: Do not touch the[...]

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    6-6 User’s Manual Clearing Paper Jams Close the rear stacker. 5. Clean the inside of the printer. [...]

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    User’s Manual 6-7 SOLVING PROBLEMS Clearing Paper Jams 6. I nstall the print unit. Grasp the print[...]

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    6-8 User’s Manual Operational Problems The table below contains advice on dealing with repeated pa[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-9 SOLVING PROBLEMS The most common cause of poor print quality is the dirty corona[...]

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    6-10 User’s Manual Print Quality Problems Problem Solutions Printing is too light Turn the print d[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-11 SOLVING PROBLEMS Error Indications Problem Solutions Pages have toner stains or[...]

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    6-12 User’s Manual Error Indications Message Causes and solutions COVER OPEN Cause: The following [...]

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    User’s Manual 6-13 SOLVING PROBLEMS Error Indications Message Causes and solutions MOTOR FAILURE n[...]

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    6-14 User’s Manual These conditions, not errors, require you to take action. The following table l[...]

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    User’s Manual 6-15 SOLVING PROBLEMS Printer Status Indications Printer Status Indications Printer [...]

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    6-16 User’s Manual This printer counts the number of the printed sheets to estimate the life of th[...]

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    User’s Manual A-1 FONT SAMPLES A APPENDIX Font Samples This appendix provides scanned print sample[...]

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    A-2 User’s Manual Scalable T rueT ype Fonts Scalable TrueType Fonts[...]

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    User’s Manual B-1 SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES B APPENDIX Supplies and Accessories This appendix provi[...]

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    B-2 User’s Manual Accessories Part name (order number) Description Serial interface board RS-232C/[...]

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    User’s Manual C-1 SPECIFICATIONS Specifications Specification Description Printing technology Semi[...]

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    C-2 User’s Manual Specification Description Safety: Models Meets or complies with M3878SA10V UL 19[...]

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    User’s Manual C-3 SPECIFICATIONS Specification Description Computer interface Standard: Parallel ([...]

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    C-4 User’s Manual Specifications Specification Description Paper Type Single sheet photocopy paper[...]

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    User’s Manual GL-1 GLOSSARY Glossary Application software A program that performs a particular tas[...]

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    GL-2 User’s Manual Glossary Bitmapped font A font in which the character images are defined by bit[...]

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    User’s Manual GL-3 GLOSSARY Glossary E thernet A communication hardware for a high-speed network: [...]

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    GL-4 User’s Manual ISO symbol set ISO stands for “International Organization for Stanardization?[...]

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    User’s Manual GL-5 GLOSSARY Glossary Page description language A set of codes that describe the pl[...]

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    GL-6 User’s Manual Glossary Example: Printer driver A set of instructions in application software [...]

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    User’s Manual GL-7 GLOSSARY Glossary Serial interface A connection between the computer and printe[...]

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    GL-8 User’s Manual[...]

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    User’s Manual IN-1 INDEX Index A AC power conditions 1–4 to 1–5 Accessories, ordering informat[...]

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    IN-2 User’s Manual Index Front panel See Control panel Fuser unit error condition 6–10 when to r[...]

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    User’s Manual IN-3 INDEX Index loading paper 1–10 to 1–11 ordering information B–2 maximum n[...]

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    IN-4 User’s Manual Index Printer connecting to computer 1–13 to 1–14 nomenclature 1–1 to 1?[...]

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