Sharp AR-122E N manual

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    AR-153E N AR-152E N AR-122E N DIGIT AL LASER COPIER OPERATION MANUAL DIGIT ALER LASERKOPIERER BEDIEN[...]

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

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    1 CA UTIONS Caution label on the unit The label ( ) in the fusing area of the unit indi cates the fo[...]

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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 MANUAL ............ ....... 4 PART NAMES .............[...]

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    4 This chapter provi des basic information for using the u nit. USING THE MANU AL The operation manu[...]

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    5 1 PA R T N A M E S T oner car tridge Photoconductive drum Single bypass 2 3 4 1 5 7 6 8 9 10 11 13[...]

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    6 OPERA TION P ANEL AR-153E N Exposure mode selecto r key and indicator s Use to sequentially sele c[...]

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    7 2 Follow the ste ps below to load pape r into the tray. PA P E R For best results, use only paper [...]

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    8 LO ADING THE P A PER TRA Y 1 Raise the hand le of the paper tray and pull the paper tray out until[...]

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    9 2 4 Gently push the paper tray back in to the unit. • After loading paper, to ca ncel t he bl in[...]

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    10 BYP ASS FEED (inc luding special paper) The multi-bypass tray (AR-153EN) or t he single bypass (A[...]

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    11 2 3 Press the tray select ( ) key to select t he multi-bypass tray. The single bypass (AR-122E N/[...]

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    12 Note for loading envelopes • Envelopes must be fed narrow side into the fe ed slot one at a tim[...]

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    13 3 This chapter explains basic and other copying functions. The unit is equ ipped with a one-pa ge[...]

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    14 CONNECTING THE PO WER CORD 1 Ensure that th e power switch of the unit is in th e OF F position. [...]

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    15 3 About the scan he ad The scan head lamp remains on constantly when the unit is in the ready con[...]

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    16 ORIGINAL PLA CEM ENT 1 Open the o riginal cover, and place the origin al. 2 Place an orig inal fa[...]

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    17 3 Using the SPF The SPF is designe d to hold up to 30 or iginals measuring from A5 to A4 and weig[...]

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    18 SET THE COPY QU ANTITY Set the number of copies us ing the two cop y quantity ( , ) ke ys when co[...]

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    19 3 Automatic exposure adjustment The automatic exposure level ca n be adj usted to suit your copyi[...]

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    20 REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT/ZOOM Three preset reduction ratios and two enlar gement ratios can be sele [...]

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    21 4 This chapter describes the special functi ons of this unit. Use these functions as needed. DESC[...]

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    22 2 Press and hold down the exposure mode selector key for approximately 5 seconds. The MANUAL ( ) [...]

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    23 4 * Factory default settings are indicated with an asterisk (*). 5 Press the start ( ) key. The r[...]

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    24 This chapter describes how to replace th e ton er cartridge and how to clean un it. T ONER CARTRI[...]

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    25 5 3 Gently pull the toner c artridge out while pressing the lock release lever. 4 Remove the tone[...]

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    26 6 Close the front cover a nd then the side cover b y pressing the round projections n ear the sid[...]

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    27 5 CLEANING THE UNIT Proper care is esse ntial in order to get cl ean, sharp copie s . Be sure to [...]

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

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    29 6 This chapter describes misfeed removal and tro uble shooting. TR OUBLESHOO TING If any problem [...]

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    30 ST A TUS INDICA T ORS When the foll owing indicators li ght up or blink on the ope ration panel o[...]

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    31 6 MISFEED REMO V AL When the misfeed ( ) indicator blinks or blinks in the display, the unit wil [...]

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

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    33 6 2 Gently remove the misfed paper from under the fusing unit as shown in the illustrat ion. If t[...]

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    34 4 Raise the fusin g unit release lever, clos e the front cover and then close the side cover by p[...]

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    35 6 (B) Open the original cover and rotate the roller rotating knob to remove the misfed original f[...]

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    36 SCAN HEAD LOCKING SWITCH The scan head lo cking switch is under th e original table. If the sw it[...]

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    37 7 The procedure for installing the software fo r the optio nal Printe r/Scanner Expansion Kit (AL[...]

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    38 HARD W ARE AND SOFTW ARE REQUI REMENTS Check the following hardware and software requirements in [...]

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    39 7 Flow of installation Refer to the following table and then begin insta llation. Operating syste[...]

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

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    41 7 5 Review the so ftware packages to be installed on the screen , and then click the "Start&[...]

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    42 7 Begin installation of t he Button Manager (This s tep will start if it was select ed in step 4)[...]

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    43 7 10 Make sure that the pow er of the MFP is turned on, and the n connect the USB interface ca bl[...]

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

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    45 7 6 Copying files for MFP driver inst allation. 1 After confirming the message in the "Welco[...]

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    46 8 Begin installa tion of the Sharpdesk (This ste p will start if it was selected in step 4). 1 Af[...]

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    47 7 Installing onto Window s 95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000 (Parallel interface) Before starting the installat[...]

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    48 7 Copying files for MFP driver inst allation and parallel interface setup (This step wi ll start [...]

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    49 7 8 Begin installa tion of the Sharpdesk (This ste p will start if it was selected in step 4). 1 [...]

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    50 INDICA T ORS ON THE OPERA TION P ANEL The ONLINE indicator and the start ( ) indica tor indicate [...]

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    51 7 USING THE PRINTER MODE Opening the printer driver from the start menu Open the printer driver s[...]

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    52 4 Specify the print settings includ ing the number of copies, media type, and print qualit y, and[...]

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    53 7 USING THE SCANNER MODE Using the Button Manager Setting up the Bu tton Manager The scanner driv[...]

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    54 Windows 98/ Me/2000 To scan directly into an applicati on using the Button Manager on Windows 98,[...]

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    55 7 Scan Parameter Setting Dialog Box After you have completed the Button Manager settings in Windo[...]

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    56 The settings for the Windo ws Event Manager fo r the SHARP AR-xxxx (where xxxx is the model name [...]

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    57 7 Using the SCANNER key to begin scanning 1 Press the SCANNER ( ) key. The unit enters scan mo de[...]

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    58 4 Press the sta rt ( ) key. The selected application launch es and scanning begins. Opening the s[...]

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    59 7 3 Select "SHARP Personal MFP series", and cli ck the "Select" button. 4 Sel[...]

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

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    61 7 HO W T O USE THE ONLINE MANU AL The online manu al provides detailed instruct ions for operatin[...]

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    62 5 Click the to read the onli ne manual. To close the online manual, click the ( ) button located [...]

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    63 7 USING O THER INST ALLED DRIVERS If you use another GDI pri nter or a Windows Printing System pr[...]

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

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    65 7 Connecting the paralle l interface cable 1 Obtain an IEE E1284 shielded parallel interf ace cab[...]

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    66 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION A number of options are available for the un it whi ch allow you to configu[...]

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    67 8 250-SHEET P APER FEED UNIT (AR-D16) The paper feed unit provide the conven ience of increased p[...]

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    68 SPECIFICA TIONS Model AR-153EN AR-152EN AR-122EN Type Digital laser copier, desk-top typ e Copy s[...]

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

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    70 Single pass feeder (AR-SP5) 250-sheet paper fe ed unit (AR-D16) Acceptable originals Weight: 52 g[...]

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    71 9 ABOUT SUPPLIES AND OPTIONS When ordering su pplies, please use the correct part numbers as list[...]

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    72 INDEX 2 250-sheet paper feed unit .............. ...... 67 A About supplies .....................[...]

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    73 - P rinter driver .............................. ...... 37 - S canner driver ................ ...[...]

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    74 INDEX BY PURPOSE Cleaning the unit - Cabinet ...................... ...................... 27 - O[...]

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

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

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    The CE mark logo label is affixed on an equipment in case that the directiv es descr ibed in the abo[...]

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    Printed in France TINSZ0997TSZZ SHARP CORPORA TION[...]