Sharp AR-5516N manual

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    MODEL: AR-5516N AR-5520N DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM OPERA TION GUIDE[...]

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    1 CONTENTS 1 BEFORE USING THE MACHINE PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ..................... 4 ● OPERATION[...]

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    2 5 USER SETTINGS ADJUSTING THE AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE LEVEL ...........................................[...]

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    3 INTR ODUCTION This manual describes t he copier, printer , and scanner functi ons of the AR-5516N/[...]

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    4 1 Chapter 1 BEFORE USING THE MA CHINE This chapter contain s basic information th at should be rea[...]

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    5 BEFORE USING TH E MA C HINE 1 Document feed er tra y (when the RSPF is installed) Place the origin[...]

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    6 BEFORE USING THE MACHINE OPERA TION P ANEL SCAN MENU key Use to scan by means of the pro vided But[...]

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    7 BEFORE USING TH E MA C HINE 1 Display Shows the set n umber of copies, as w ell as the cop y ratio[...]

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    8 PO WER ON AND OFF The power switch is located on the left side of th e machine. PO WER ON Turn the[...]

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    9 1 LO ADING P APER The paper required indica tor ( ) will light up when ther e is no copy paper in [...]

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    10 BEFORE USING THE MACHINE LO ADING P APER Make sure that the machine is not copying or printing, a[...]

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    11 BEFORE USING TH E MA C HINE 1 Loading the bypass tray 1 Unfold the bypass tray. When feeding larg[...]

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    12 BEFORE USING THE MACHINE Envelopes Do not use the following envelopes, as misfeeds w ill occur. ?[...]

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    13 BEFORE USING TH E MA C HINE 1 3 Use the [ORIGINAL] key () t o select the paper size. The indicat [...]

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    14 OPERA TION IN COPY , PRINTER, AND SCANNER MODES Some operation s cannot be performed simult aneou[...]

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    15 2 Chapter 2 COPY FUNCTIONS This chapter explains how to use the co py functions. NORMAL COPYING T[...]

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    16 COPY FUNCTIONS Copying from the RSPF 1 Make sure that an or iginal has not been left on the docum[...]

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    17 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 Auto paper select mode (when there are two or more paper trays) When the AUTO PA[...]

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    18 COPY FUNCTIONS MAKING A COPY D A RKER OR LIGHTER Automatic exposure a djustment is initially enab[...]

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    19 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 SETTING THE NUMBER OF COPIES Press the numeric ke ys to set the n umber of co pi[...]

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    20 COPY FUNCTIONS 4 Press the [AUTO IMAGE] key ( ). The AUTO IMAGE indicator ( ) lights up and the a[...]

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    21 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 SELECTING THE VER TICAL AND HORIZONT AL COPY RA TIOS SEP ARA TEL Y (XY ZOOM Copy[...]

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    22 COPY FUNCTIONS 6 Use the [PRESET RATIO] selector keys ( , ) and [Zoom] keys ( , ) to change the c[...]

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    23 2 A UT OMA TIC TW O-SIDED COPYING Two originals placed on the d ocument glass can be co pied on t[...]

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    24 COPY FUNCTIONS Using the document glass 1 Place the original that you wish to copy onto the front[...]

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    25 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 IMA GE R O T A TION IN DUPLEX COPYING This function is u sed to invert the top a[...]

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    26 TW O-SIDED COPYING USING THE BYP ASS TRA Y To perform manual two-sid ed copying, follow these ste[...]

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    27 2 DU AL P A GE COPYING A dual page original can be aut omatically separated into two pages du rin[...]

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    28 INTERR UPTING A COPY R UN (Interrupt Cop ying) A copy run can be tempora rily interrupted to allo[...]

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    29 2 CONVENIENT COPY FUNCTIONS This section explains majo r convenient copy f unctions. R O T A TING[...]

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    30 COPY FUNCTIONS Using the document glass 1 Place the first original. (p.15) 2 Select the original [...]

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    31 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 COPYING MUL TIPLE ORIGINALS ONT O A SINGLE SHEET OF P APER (2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 Copy[...]

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    32 COPY FUNCTIONS Using the RSPF 1 Place the originals. (p.16) 2 Press the [2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1] key ( /[...]

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    33 COPY FUNCTIONS 2 CREA TING MARGINS WHEN COPYING (Mar gin Shift) The MARGIN SHIFT feature, in its [...]

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    34 COPY FUNCTIONS ERASING SHADO WS AR OUND THE EDGES OF A COPY (Erase Cop y) ● This feature is use[...]

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    35 3 Chapter 3 PRINTER FUNCTIONS This chapter explains how to use the printer function s. The proced[...]

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    36 PRINTER FUNCTIONS If the tray runs out of paper during printing Add paper to the tray or press th[...]

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    37 3 PRINTER DRIVER SETTING SCREEN Some restrictions exist on the comb inations of setting s th at c[...]

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    38 SETTING AD V ANCED PRINT FUNCTIONS This sectio n explains m ajor advanc ed print fun ctions. The [...]

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    39 PRINTER FUNC TIONS 3 FITTING THE PRINTED IMA GE T O THE P APER (Fit T o P aper Size) The printer [...]

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    40 PRINTER FUNCTIONS ENLARGING/REDUCING THE PRINT IMA GE (Zoom) This function is used to enlarge or [...]

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    41 PRINTER FUNC TIONS 3 ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST OF THE IMA GE (Image Adjustment) The b[...]

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    42 PRINTER FUNCTIONS TW O-SIDED PRINTING The machine ca n print on both sides of the paper. This fun[...]

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    43 3 SA VING FREQ UENTL Y USED PRINT SETTINGS Settings conf igured on each of the tabs at the time o[...]

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    44 4 Chapter 4 SCANNER FUNCTIONS This chapter explains how to use the scanner fu nctions. SCANNING O[...]

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    45 4 OUTLINE OF SC-Scan A SC-Scan A is a software utility that allows you to use the scanner functio[...]

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    46 SCANNER FUNCTIONS "Disconnect" b utton Select the de vice (the scanner function ) from [...]

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    47 4 SCANNING USING THE KEYS ON THE MA CHINE When scanning is performed by this meth od, the applica[...]

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    48 SCANNER FUNCTIONS OUTLINE OF BU TT ON MANA GER Button Manager is a software utility t hat allows [...]

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    49 SCANNER FUNCTIONS 4 BUTT ON MANA GER SETTINGS Once installed, Butto n Manager normally runs in t [...]

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    50 SCANNING FR OM Y OUR COMPUTER The machine supports the TWAIN standard, making it po ssible to sca[...]

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    51 SCANNER FUNCTIONS 4 7 Specify the scanning area and set the scan preferences. For information on [...]

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    52 SCANNER FUNCTIONS Scanner driver settings The scanner driver setup scr een consists of the "[...]

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    53 SCANNER FUNCTIONS 4 Previe w screen Click the "Pre view" button in the Set-up screen to[...]

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    54 SCANNER FUNCTIONS SCANNING FR OM A WIA-COMPLIANT APPLICA TION (Windo ws XP/Vista) If you are usin[...]

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    55 SCANNER FUNCTIONS 4 SCANNING FR OM THE "Scanner and Camera Wizard" (Windo ws XP) The pr[...]

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    56 5 Chapter 5 USER SETTINGS This chapter explains ho w to set the automatic exposure level, network[...]

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    57 5 ABOUT THE WEB P A GE This section explains how to mo nitor the status of the machine and co nfi[...]

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    58 USER SETTINGS MONIT ORING THE ST A TUS OF THE MA CHINE ("Status" T AB) You can monitor [...]

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    59 USER SETTINGS 5 "System Status" window To display th e "System Sta tus" windo[...]

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    60 USER SETTINGS CONFIGURING THE NETW ORK SETTINGS ("Network Settings" T AB) You can confi[...]

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    61 USER SETTINGS 5 Host Name Configure the ho st name on the machine . The name set here is used wit[...]

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    62 USER SETTINGS "SNMP Configuration" window To display the "SNMP Configuration"[...]

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    63 USER SETTINGS 5 "Filter Configuration" window To display the "Filter Configu ratio[...]

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    64 USER SETTINGS Filter Mode Enable/disab le a filter configuration. IP Filter Mode Configure the IP[...]

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    65 USER SETTINGS 5 "Port Configuration" window To display the "Port Configurat ion&qu[...]

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    66 USER SETTINGS MANA GING THE SYSTEM INFORMA TION ("System Inf ormation" T AB) From the &[...]

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    67 USER SETTINGS 5 "Password" window To display the "Password " window, click &q[...]

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    68 USER SETTINGS "Reset" window To display the "Reset" window, click "Reset[...]

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    69 5 CUST OMISING SETTINGS (System Settings) The system settings allow yo u to customise the machine[...]

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    70 USER SETTINGS 7 Rotation copy 0: OFF 1: ON • When the auto pape r select functio n is enab led [...]

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    71 USER SETTINGS 5 * 1 When the RSPF is installed. * 3 AR-5516N is as follows: 1: Upper tray (factor[...]

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    72 USER SETTINGS SELECTING A SETTING FOR A SYSTEM SETTING 1 Hold down the [Light] ke y ( ) until the[...]

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    73 5 SETTINGS FOR A UDITING MODE A UDITING MODE When "Auditing mode" is enabled , a count [...]

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    74 USER SETTINGS SELECTING A UDITING MODE SETTINGS 1 Hold down the [Light] ke y ( ) until the alarm [...]

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    75 USER SETTINGS 5 Auditing mode (program No.10) 1 Press the [1] key to enable "Auditin g mode&[...]

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    76 USER SETTINGS Resetting account (program No.15) The copy coun t of a single accou nt or all accou[...]

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    77 6 Chapter 6 TR OUBLESHOO TING This chapter describes trou bleshooting and misfeed re moval. TR OU[...]

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    78 TROUBLESHOO TING MA CHINE/COPYING PROBLEMS The following problems ar e related to the gener al op[...]

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    79 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 P aper misfeed. Misfeed occur s. → T o remov e the misfeed, see "MISFEE[...]

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    80 TROUBLESHOO TING Copies are smu dged or dir ty . The document glass or the underside of the docum[...]

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    81 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 PRINTING AND SCANNING PR OBLEMS In addition to this section, troubleshooting i[...]

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    82 TROUBLESHOO TING A Notice P age (NP-001) has be en printed, but the print data has not been print[...]

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    83 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 P oor scanning quality . The document glass or the underside of the document c[...]

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    84 TROUBLESHOO TING Unable to scan the image. If scanning is not possib le, shut down y our computer[...]

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    85 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 NETW ORKING F A Q The following FAQs will help yo u troubleshoot ne twork prob[...]

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    86 TROUBLESHOO TING How can I know the MAC address (Ethernet ad dress) of the machine? The MA C addr[...]

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    87 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 Why can' t I sear ch the mac hine using the configuration utilit y (Set t[...]

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    88 TROUBLESHOO TING Why does t he installati on of the driver software ha ng? Y ou ma y be logging i[...]

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    89 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 Why c an't I connect t o the de vice (the scanner function) u sing SC-Sca[...]

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    90 INDICA T ORS AND DISPLA Y MESSA GES If one of the following indicat ors lights up or one of the f[...]

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    91 6 MISFEED REMO V AL When a misfeed occurs, the misfeed indicator ( ) and a mi sfeed location indi[...]

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    92 TROUBLESHOO TING Section C Remove the misfed original f rom the exit area. If the misfed original[...]

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    93 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 MISFEED IN THE MA CHINE 1 Open the bypass tray and the side cover. 2 Check the[...]

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    94 TROUBLESHOO TING B. Misfeed in the fusing area 1 Push gently on both e nds of the front cover and[...]

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    95 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 C. Misfeed in the transport area 1 Open the fusing paper guide by pressing dow[...]

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    96 TROUBLESHOO TING MISFEED IN THE UPPER P APER TRA Y 1 Lift and pull out the upper paper tray and r[...]

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    97 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 MISFEED IN THE LO WER P APER TRA Y 1 Open the lower side cover. Grasp the hand[...]

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    98 REPLA CING THE T ONER CAR TRIDGE When the toner cartr idge replacement r equired indicato r ( ) l[...]

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    99 7 Chapter 7 R OUTINE MAINTENANCE This chapter explains how to keep the machine operat in g smooth[...]

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    100 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECKING THE T ONER LEVEL The toner level is indicate d by a 6-level display[...]

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    101 7 R OUTINE MAINTENANCE CLEANING THE DOCUMENT GLASS AND RSPF/DOCUMENT CO VER If the documen t gla[...]

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    102 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CLEANING THE BYP ASS TRA Y P APER FEED R OLLER If misfeeds o ccur freq uentl[...]

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    103 7 HO W T O MANU ALL Y RESET THE NETW ORK SETTINGS OF THE MA CHINE Turn off the machin e's p[...]

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    104 8 Chapter 8 PERIPHERAL DEVICES AND SUPPLIES Optional equipment and supplies are explain ed in th[...]

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    105 PERIPHERAL DEVICES AND SUPPLIES 8 REVERSING SINGLE P ASS FEEDER For the names of the parts of th[...]

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    106 ST ORA GE OF SUPPLIES Standard supplie s for this product that are to be repla ced by the user a[...]

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