Sharp AL-1451 manual

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    Digital Laser Copier/Printer Operation Manual MODEL AL-1451[...]

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    FOR Y OUR PR O TECTION... T o aid in repor ting this compact copier in case of loss or theft, please[...]

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    1 CONTENTS 1 GETTING ST AR TED INTRODUCTION 3 CA UTIONS 3 MAIN FEA TURES 4 P AR T NAMES [...]

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    2 5 SUPPLIES AND USER MAINTENANCE TD CAR TRIDGE REPLACEMENT 27 DR UM CARTRIDGE REPLA CEMENT [...]

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    3 1 Getting star ted 1 GETTING ST AR TED This chapter provides basic inf or mation f or using the co[...]

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    4 1 Getting star ted CA UTIONS ● Place the copier on a firm, lev el surf ace. ● Do not install [...]

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    5 1 Getting star ted MAIN FEA TURES Substantial copying functions ● Zoom cop ying from 50% to 200%[...]

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    6 1 Getting star ted P AR T NAMES SPF e xit area Original guides F eeding roller cover Document f e[...]

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    7 1 Getting star ted OPERA TION P ANEL Exposure mode selector key and indicators Use to sequentially[...]

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    8 2 Installation 2 INST ALLA TION F ollow the installation procedure below to use the copier properl[...]

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    9 2 Installation Be sure to allow the required space ar ound the machine f or ser vicing and pr oper[...]

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    10 2 Installation CHECKING P A CKED COMPONENTS AND A CCESSORIES Open the car ton and check if the f [...]

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    11 2 Installation REMO VING PR O TECTIVE P A CKING MA TERIALS 1 Remov e all pieces of tape shown in [...]

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    12 2 Installation INST ALLING THE TD CAR TRIDGE 1 Open the side cov er while pressing the side cov [...]

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    13 2 Installation INST ALLING THE TD CARTRIDGE 5 Gently inser t the TD car tridge until it locks i[...]

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    14 2 Installation LO ADING COPY P APER 2 Remov e the pressure plate lock. Rotate the pressure plate[...]

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    15 2 Installation LO ADING COPY P APER 6 Gently push the paper tra y back into the copier . After lo[...]

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    16 2 Installation PO WER ON T ur n the po wer s witch on the left side of the copier to the “ ON [...]

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    17 3 Making copies 3 MAKING COPIES This chapter describes basic copying functions and some other cop[...]

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    18 3 Making copies NORMAL COPYING This copier has two document input stations - a single pass f eede[...]

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    19 3 Making copies NORMAL COPYING ZOOM Tens digit Unit digit B. When using the original table: (1)[...]

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    20 3 Making copies NORMAL COPYING 5 Press the print ( ) ke y . ● T o displa y the number of copi[...]

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    21 3 Making copies 3 Use the light ( ) and dar k ( ) k eys to adjust the e xposure le vel. If e x[...]

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    22 3 Making copies REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM 3 Set the number of copies using the cop y quantity ( [...]

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    23 3 Making copies TW O-SIDED COPYING T wo-sided cop ying can be made on this copier using the manua[...]

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    24 4 Special functions SPECIAL FUNCTIONS DESCRIPTION OF SPECIAL FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the[...]

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    25 4 Special functions T ONER SA VE MODE 2 Press and hold down the e xposure mode selector ke y for [...]

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    26 4 Special functions USER PROGRAMS 3 Press the print ( ) ke y . The entered program number will[...]

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    27 5 Supplies and user maintenance 5 SUPPLIES AND USER MAINTENANCE This chapter describes how to rep[...]

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    28 5 Supplies and user maintenance TD CARTRIDGE REPLA CEMENT 3 Install a new TD car tr idge. T o [...]

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    29 5 Supplies and user maintenance DRUM CAR TRIDGE REPLA CEMENT 4 Remov e the new drum car tridge fr[...]

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    30 5 Supplies and user maintenance USER MAINTENANCE Proper care is essential in order to get clean, [...]

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    31 5 Supplies and user maintenance USER MAINTENANCE T ransfer c harg er If copies star t becoming st[...]

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    32 5 Supplies and user maintenance When copier is not in use T o prev ent entr y of dust and f oreig[...]

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    33 6 Copier trouble? 6 COPIER TR OUBLE? This chapter describes misfeed remov al and troubleshooting.[...]

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    34 6 Copier trouble? MISFEED REMO V AL A Misfeed in the paper feed area 1 Gently remov e the misf ed[...]

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    35 6 Copier trouble? MISFEED REMO V AL ● Do not touch the surf ace of the drum (green por tion) of[...]

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    36 6 Copier trouble? 3 Rotate the f eeding roller in the direction of the arrow and gently remov e t[...]

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    37 6 Copier trouble? MISFEED REMO V AL (B) Open the original cov er and rotate the roller rotating [...]

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    38 6 Copier trouble? TR OUBLESHOO TING If any prob lem occurs, chec k the list below bef ore contact[...]

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    39 6 Copier trouble? ST A TUS INDICA T ORS When the f ollowing indicators light up or blink on the o[...]

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    40 6 Copier trouble? A UT OMA TIC EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENT The automatic exposure le vel can be adjusted [...]

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    41 7 Appendix 7 APPENDIX SPECIFICA TIONS T yp e Digital laser copier/printer , desk-top type Copy s[...]

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    42 7 Appendix Memor y 6 MB P ower supply A C 120V (±10%), 60 Hz (±2%) P ower consumption 1,000 [...]

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    43 7 Appendix SUPPL Y P AR T NUMBERS AND ST ORA GE When ordering supplies, please use the correct pa[...]

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    44 7 Appendix MO VING INSTR UCTIONS When moving this copier , follo w the procedure below . When mov[...]

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    INDEX A A uto clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 25 A utomatic e xposure adjustme[...]

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    P P ack ed components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 P aper – loading . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    47 7 Appendix MEMO[...]

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    48 7 Appendix MEMO[...]

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    For users in the USA This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the[...]

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    PRINTED IN CHINA 2001J KS TINSE0677QSZZ SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Je[...]