Sharp MX-B382 manual

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    MODEL: MX-B382 MX-B382SC DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM ST AR T GUIDE Keep this man ual c lose at h[...]

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    EMC (t his mac hine a nd peripheral devices) Caution! For co mplete electric al dis connect ion, p[...]

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    1 For the users of the fax function FAX interface cable and Line cabl e: These spec ial acce ssori [...]

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    2 Content s CAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Symbo ls in thi s man ual . . . . . .[...]

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    3 The pro ducts tha t meet the ENERGY STAR ® gu idelines carry the logo s hown a bove. The pro[...]

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    4 CAUTIONS Symbols in this manual Power notes To en sure sa fe use of the machine , this manua l[...]

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    5 CAUTIONS Installation notes CAUTION Do not in stall in a location wit h moisture or dust. Ris [...]

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    6 CAUTIONS Installation notes (continued) About con sumables The machine includes a built-i n har[...]

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    7 CAUTIONS Handling p recautions The m achin e include s the docum ent fil ing funct ion, w hich s[...]

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    8 CAUTIONS Laser inform ation Wave length 790 nm ±10 nm Pulse times (North Am erica and Europe)[...]

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    9 OPERAT ION MANUALS AND HOW TO USE THEM Printed manua ls and a manua l in PDF f ormat ar e provi[...]

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    10 DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONA L SYSTEM FU NCTIONS This mac hine provides four ma jor are as of func t[...]

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    11 ACCESSING THE W EB SERVER IN THE MACHINE Wh en t he ma chin e is conn ect ed t o a ne twor k, [...]

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    12 CHECKING THE IP AD DRESS To ch eck the IP add ress of t he ma chine , print out t he all custo[...]

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    13 PART NA MES AND FUNCTIONS (1) Aut omatic d ocument feed er This autom atica lly feed s and sc[...]

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    14 SU PPLI ES * Periphe ral devic e. For more informati on, se e "PERIPHERAL D EVICES" i[...]

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    15 OPERATION PANEL IMA GE SEND HOME PRINT DA T A LINE DA T A READ Y SYSTEM SETTINGS JOB ST A TUS J[...]

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    16 OPERATION PANEL LOGOUT Numeric keys Numeri c keys The se are used to ente r the numb er of co[...]

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    17 TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF The m achine ha s tw o power s witche s. One i s the mai n pow er sw[...]

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    18 PLACING ORIGIN ALS The au tomatic d ocum ent fee der can be used to automa ticall y sc an many[...]

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    19 PLACING ORIGINALS Using the document glass Take care that y our fin gers a re not p inched w hen[...]

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    20 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Names of the trays The na mes o f the trays are sh own bel ow. For the [...]

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    21 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Loading paper in a tray A maximum of 500 sh eets of paper fro m size [...]

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    22 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Loading paper in bypass tray Example: Loading an envelope When loading [...]

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    23 BEFORE INSTALLIN G THE SOFTWARE This cha pter de scribes the so ftware pro grams tha t allow y[...]

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    24 BEFORE INSTALLI NG THE SOFTWARE Disc 1 Software for Windows • Printer drive r Th ese a llo w [...]

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    25 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE Disc 2 Software for Windows • PC-Fax driver This enables y ou [...]

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    26 BEFORE INSTALLI NG THE SOFTWARE VERIFYING SYS TEM REQUIREMENTS SYS TEM REQU IREM ENTS Before i n[...]

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    27 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE SOFTWARE REQUIREMEN TS The fol lowing requireme nts must be me [...]

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    28 BEFORE INSTALLI NG THE SOFTWARE CONNECTING THE MAC HINE CONNECTING TO A NETWORK To con nect the [...]

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    29 SETUP IN A WIND OWS ENVIRONMENT This sec tion e xplains ho w to ins tall th e softwar e on a Wi[...]

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    30 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONME NT 5 Read the m e ssage in th e "Welcome" window an d th[...]

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    31 SETUP IN A WI NDOWS ENVIRONMENT INSTALLING THE PRINT ER DRIVER / PC-FAX DRIVER To ins tall the p[...]

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    32 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONME NT  Standard i nstallat ion When th e software selec tion scre[...]

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    33 SETUP IN A WI NDOWS ENVIRONMENT When [Cus tom in stall ation] is selecte d, you ca n chan ge any[...]

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    34 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONME NT 4 A confirmation w indow app ears. Check the conten ts and then[...]

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    35 SETUP IN A WI NDOWS ENVIRONMENT If you clicke d the [Cu stom instal lation] bu tton in step 2[...]

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    36 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONME NT This completes the install ation. • After in stalla tion, se[...]

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    37 REGULA R MAINTENANC E To ens ure that th e mac hine cont inues to provid e top q uality pe rform[...]

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    38 SUPPLIES Standard supplie s for th is pro duct that can be replaced by the user inc lude pap[...]

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    39 SPECIFIC ATIONS Machine specific ations / copier specificat ions Name Digit al Multif unctional [...]

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    40 SPECI FI CATIONS Machine specific ations / copier specificat ions (Continued ) Warm-up time MX-B[...]

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    41 SPECIFICATIONS Machine specific ations / copier specificat ions (Continued ) Bypass tr ay Paper [...]

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    42 SPECI FI CATIONS Machine specific ations / copier specificat ions (Continued ) * Type A co nnec[...]

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    43 SPECIFICATIONS Ambient environment 85% (Humidity) (T emperature) 60% 20% 10˚C (54˚F) 30˚C (86?[...]

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    44 SPECI FI CATIONS Chemical emissi on (measured according to RAL-UZ122: Edition Jun. 2006) Acoust[...]

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    45 SPECIFICATIONS Automatic document feeder specifi cations * 1 Scan ning in m ono 2 mode o f one [...]

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    46 INFORMATION ON DISPOSAL A. Informat ion on D isposal fo r Users (private households) 1. In th e [...]

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    47 Informati on that the administrato r of the machine requires is printed on the back of this pa[...]

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    48 TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE (Separat e this page fr om the ma nual a nd keep i t in a [...]

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    49 TO THE ADMINI STRATOR OF THE MACHINE For the users of the fax function Important safety instructi[...]

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    50 TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE Trademark ac knowledgments The f ollowi ng tra demarks and re[...]

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    SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH Sonnin straße 3, D-2009 7 Hamb urg[...]

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    MX-B38 2/MX-B382 SC Start Guide PRINTED IN FRANCE TINSE475 5GHZZ *TIN SE47 55GH ZZ*[...]