Sharp AL-1045 manual

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    AL-1045 AL-1255 AL-1456 AL-1555 DIGIT AL MUL TIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM OPERA TION MANUAL[...]

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    CAUTION VORSICHT ADVARSEL ADVERSEL VARNING VARO! INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS [...]

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    1 CA UTIONS Cautions on using Follow the cautions below wh en using this unit. Warning: • The fu[...]

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    2 Cautions on handling Be careful in handling the unit as follows to maintain the performance of thi[...]

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    3 1 2 4 3 5 6 8 7 9 1 INTR ODUCTION USING THE MANUALS ................ . 4 PART NAMES ............[...]

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    4 This chapter provides ba si c information for using the uni t. USING THE MANU ALS In addition to t[...]

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    5 1 PA R T N A M E S Interface TD cartridg e Drum cartridg e SPF/RSPF Original cover Original e x[...]

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    6 OPERA TION P ANEL AL-1555 A5 A4 A4 B5 A4 A5 141 86 70 Original to cop y key and indicator s (A[...]

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    7 2 Follow the installation procedure be low to use the unit properly. SETUP PR OCEDURE When using t[...]

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    8 CHECKING P A CKED COMPONENTS AND AC C E S S O R I E S Open the carton and check if the following [...]

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    9 2 2 Remove all pieces of t ape shown in the illustration belo w. Then open the original cover/SPF[...]

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    10 INST ALLING THE TD CARTRIDGE 1 Open the multi-bypa ss tray (AL-1555, p.17) , and then open the[...]

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    11 2 5 Gently insert the TD cartridge until it locks in place while pushing the lock release bu[...]

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    12 PO WER ON Ensure that the power switch of the unit is in the OFF positi on. Insert the attached [...]

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    13 2 Initial settings of oper ation panel When the unit power is on, the operation panel will revert[...]

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    14 Follow the ste ps below to load pape r into the tray. PA P E R For best results, use only paper r[...]

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    15 3 LO ADING THE P APER TRA Y 1 Raise the hand le of the paper tray and pull the paper tray out un[...]

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    16 5 Fan the paper and in sert it into the tray. Make sure the edges go under the corner hooks. 6 G[...]

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    17 3 BYP ASS FEED (inc luding special paper) The multi-bypass tray (AL-1555) or the sing le bypass ([...]

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    18 The single bypass (AL-1045/AL-1255/AL-1456) 1 Select copy and print settings bef ore you begin t[...]

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    19 4 This chapter provides you with in formation on how to install req uired software to use this u[...]

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    20 BEFORE INST ALLA TION The following table show s the drive rs and software that can be installed [...]

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    21 4 INST ALLING THE SOFTW ARE The following term is used in this section. MFP Means the unit as a [...]

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    22 5 Review the so ft ware packages to be installed on th e sc ree n , an d th e n cl ic k the &qu[...]

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    23 4 7 Begin installation of t he Button Manager (This s tep will start if it was select ed in ste [...]

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    24 10 Connect the USB int erface cable or parallel interface cable. (p.45) Windows will detect the[...]

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    25 4 Installing onto Windows 98/Me/2000 (USB interface) Before starting the installation, make sure [...]

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    26 6 Copying files for MFP driver inst allation. 1 After confirming the message in the "Welcom[...]

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    27 4 8 Begin installa tion of the Sharpdesk (This step will st art if it was selected in step 4).[...]

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    28 Installing onto Windows 95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000 (Parallel interface) Before starting the installatio[...]

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    29 4 7 Copying files for MFP driver inst allation and parallel interface setup (This step wi ll sta[...]

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    30 8 Begin installa tion of the Sharpdesk (This step will st art if it was selected in step 4). 1[...]

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    31 4 INDICA T ORS ON THE OPERA TION P ANEL The ON LINE indicator and the start ( ) ind icator indi[...]

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    32 USING THE PRINTER MODE Opening the printer driver from the start menu Open the printer driver set[...]

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    33 4 How to print 1 Make sure that the paper of the desired size and type is loaded in the tray. T[...]

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    34 USING THE SCANNER MODE Using the Button Manager Setting up the Bu tt on Manager The scanner drive[...]

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    35 4 Windows 98/ Me/ 2000 To scan directly into an applicati on usin g the Button Manager on Windows[...]

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    36 Scan Parameter Settings Dialog Box After you have completed the Button Manager settings in Wi ndo[...]

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    37 4 Flow of the Button Manag er setting The Button Manager can directly h andle a AL-xxxx (where xx[...]

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    38 All About The Windows Event Manager and scan ner events in Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000 [...]

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    39 4 2 Place the origi nal you wish to scan on the or iginal table/SPF/ RSPF. For the procedure for[...]

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    40 Using the SHARP TWAIN 1 Place the original you wish to scan on the original table/SPF/RSPF. For t[...]

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    41 4 Scanning with the "Scanner and Ca mera Wizard" in Windows XP Windows XP include s as [...]

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    42 HO W T O USE THE ONLINE MANU AL The online manual provides detailed instruction s for operating [...]

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    43 4 Installing Acrobat Reader 1 Turn on your computer. 2 Insert th e CD-ROM in to the CD-ROM driv[...]

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    44 USING O THER INST ALLED DRIVERS If you use another GDI pri nter or a Windows Printing System pri[...]

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    45 4 CONNECTING THE INTERF A CE CABLE This unit includes both USB and parallel in terface connectors[...]

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    46 This chapter describes basic copying functions an d some other copying functions. SCAN ONCE / PRI[...]

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    47 5 About interrupt copying If you press the start ( ) key to begin a copy job whil e a print job[...]

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    48 Using the SPF/RSPF The SPF/RSPF is de signed to hold up to 30 originals me asuring from A5 to A4 [...]

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    49 5 SET THE COPY QU ANTITY Set the number of copies using the two copy quantity ( , ) ke ys when[...]

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    50 Automatic exposure adjustment The automatic exposure level can b e adjusted to suit your copyi ng[...]

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    51 5 REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM Three preset reduction ratios and two enlargeme nt ratios can be se[...]

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    52 This chapter describes the special functi ons of this unit. Use th ese functions as needed. ABOU[...]

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    53 6 A: When copying in a one-sided to two- sided mode: Use the original to copy key to se lect t[...]

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    54 DESCRIPTION OF SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Toner save mode (page 54) Reduces toner consumption by approxima[...]

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    55 6 2 Press and hold down the exposure mode selector key for approximately 5 seconds. The manual [...]

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    56 * Factory default settings are indicated with an asterisk (*). 5 Press the start ( ) key. The [...]

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    7 57 This chapter describes how to replace the TD cartri dge and drum cartridge. TD CAR TRIDGE REPLA[...]

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    58 4 Close the front cover a nd the n the side cover by pressing the round projections ne ar the si[...]

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    59 7 4 Gently instal l the TD cartridge. To ins ta ll the TD cartridge, see "INSTALLING THE T[...]

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    60 Transfer charger If copies start becoming streaky or blotchy, the transfer charger may be dirty. [...]

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    61 8 This chapter describes misfeed removal and tro uble shooting. For problems with the printer fun[...]

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    62 ST A TUS INDICA T ORS When the followin g indicators light up or blink on the o peration panel o[...]

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    63 8 MISFEED REMO V AL When the misfeed ( ) indicator blinks or blinks in the display, the u ni[...]

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    64 A: Misfeed in the paper feed area 1 Gently remove the mis fed paper from the paper feed area as [...]

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    65 8 2 Gently remove the misfed paper from under the fusing unit as shown in the illustrat ion. If[...]

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    66 4 Raise the fusin g unit release lever, close the front cover an d then close the side cover by[...]

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    67 8 (B) Open the original cover and rotate the roller rotating knob to remove the misfed original [...]

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    68 SPECIFICA TIONS Model AL-1045 AL-125 5 AL-1456 AL-1555 Type Digital laser copier, desk-top ty[...]

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    69 9 * 1 Feed paper lengthwise only. * 2 Leading and trailing edges. * 3 Along the other edges in [...]

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    70 ABOUT SUPPLIES AND OPTIONS When ordering suppli es, please use the correct part numbers as liste[...]

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    71 9 MO VING AND ST ORING THE UNIT Moving instructions When moving the unit, follow the procedure be[...]

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    72 INDEX A Acrobat reader ......................... .......... 43 Alarm indicator - Drum replacemen[...]

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    73 M Making copies ........... ................... ..... 46 MFP driver - Printer driver ..........[...]

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    74 U USB interface cable..................... 45, 70 Using other installed drivers .............. 44[...]

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    75 SOFTW ARE LICENSE PLEASE READ THIS LICENSE CAREFULL Y BEFORE USING THE SOFTW ARE. BY USING THE SO[...]

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    76 6. Limited W arranty on Media. SHARP warrants the disks on which the Software is recorded to be[...]

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    The CE mark logo label is affixed on an equipment in case that the directives described in the above[...]

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    Printed in France TINSE0788TSZZ SHARP CORPORA TION[...]