Sharp MX-M282N manual

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    MODEL: MX-M282N MX-M362N MX-M452N MX-M502N DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM ST AR T GUIDE Keep this ma[...]

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    EMC (thi s machine a nd peripheral devices) Caution! For compl ete elec trical dis connect ion, pull[...]

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    1 For the users of the fax function FAX interface cable and Line cable: Thes e speci al ac cessor ie[...]

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    2 Contents CAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Symbols in thi[...]

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    3 CAUTIONS Symbols in this manual Power notes T o ensure saf e use of the machine, this manual uses [...]

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    4 CAUTIONS Installa tion notes Adjuster Lock Release CA UTION Do not install the machine on an unsta[...]

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    5 CAUTIONS Installa tion notes (co ntinued) About cons umables The machine includes a bui lt-in hard[...]

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    6 CAUTIONS Handling precautions W ARNING Do not place a container of water or other liquid, or a met[...]

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    7 CAUTIONS Laser informa tion Wave len gth 790 nm ± 10 nm Pulse times (North Americ a and Europ e) [...]

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    8 OPERATION MANUALS AND HOW TO USE THEM Printe d manuals and a man ual in PD F format ar e provided [...]

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    9 ACCESSING THE WEB SERVER IN THE MACHINE When the machine is conn ected to a network, the machine&a[...]

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    10 CHECKING THE IP ADDRESS To ch eck the IP addres s of the ma chine, pr int out th e all custom s e[...]

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    11 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS EXTERIOR (1) Document cov er* Place an original o n the doc ument gla ss[...]

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    12 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (9) Punch mo dule* This is used to pu nch hole s in outp ut. Require s a[...]

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    13 PART NAMES AND FUNC TIONS INTERIOR (18) Toner ca rtridges These cont ain toner for printing. Wh e[...]

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    14 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER AND DOCUMENT GLASS (1) Paper fee d roller This[...]

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    15 PART NAMES AND FUNC TIONS SIDE AND BACK (1) USB connector (A ty pe) Supports USB 2 .0 (Hi-Speed).[...]

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

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    17 OPERATION PANEL LOGOUT Main power indicator [CLEAR ALL] key Press this ke y to redo an operation [...]

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    18 TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF The ma chine has two power switche s. The main power sw itch is at t[...]

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    19 PLACING ORIGINALS The autom atic docu ment feed er can be use d to automatic ally scan ma ny orig[...]

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    20 PLACING ORIGINALS USEABLE PAPER Various types of paper are s old. This se ction explains w hat pl[...]

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    21 PLACING ORIGINALS Print side fa ce up or face down Paper is loade d with the p rint side face up [...]

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    22 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Names of th e trays The na mes of the trays are sh own below. For the n u[...]

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    23 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Changing t he tray set tings When y ou change the paper in a tray, th e t[...]

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    24 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Loading paper in other trays Bypass tray Place paper that is A5 (7-1/4&qu[...]

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    25 LOADING PAPER IN A TRAY Large capacity tray The pa per size o f tray 5 can only be cha nged by a [...]

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    26 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE This ch apter des cribes the s oftware pr ograms tha t allow y ou [...]

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    27 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE Disc 2 Software for Windows • PC-Fax driver This ena bles yo u t[...]

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    28 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE VERIFYING S YSTEM REQUIREME NTS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Before install[...]

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    29 BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE CONNECTING THE MACHINE CONNECTING TO A NETWORK To co nnect the m a[...]

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    30 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONMENT This se ction ex plains h ow to inst all the software on a Windows[...]

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    31 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONMENT INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER / PC-FAX DRIV ER To inst all the pri[...]

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    32 SETUP IN A WINDOWS E NVIRONMENT 2 Click the [Standard installati on] button. 3 Printers connected[...]

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    33 SETUP IN A WINDOWS ENVIRONMENT 6 When you are asked whether or not you want th e printer to b e y[...]

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    34 MAINTENANCE This se ction ex plains h ow to clean th e machin e and repl ace the to ner cartrid g[...]

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    35 MAINTENANCE CLEANING THE BYPASS FEED ROLLER If paper misfeeds frequently occur whe n feeding enve[...]

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    36 MAINTENANCE REPLA CING TH E TONER CARTRIDGE S Be sure t o replace th e toner c artridge wh en the[...]

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    37 MAINTENANCE 1 Open the front cover. 2 Pull the toner cartridge toward you. Gently pull the toner [...]

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    38 MAINTENANCE 6 Close the front cover. After th e toner ca rtridge is replaced, the mach ine automa[...]

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    39 MAINTENANCE REPL ACING THE TONE R COLLE CTION CONT AINE R The ton er collect ion contai ner colle[...]

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    40 MAINTENANCE 5 Plug the hole in the tone r collection container with the cap. Push the cap in fi r[...]

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    41 MAINTENANCE REPLA CING TH E STAMP CARTRIDGE If a stam p unit (A R-SU1) is installed on the a utom[...]

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    42 MAINTENANCE 5 Install a new stamp ca rtridge. 6 Push the stamp unit bac k in. Push the s tamp u n[...]

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    43 REMOVING MISFEEDS When a p aper mis feed occur s, the me ssage "A m isfeed ha s occurr ed.&q[...]

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    44 SUPPLIES Standar d supplies for this product that can r eplaced by the user i nclude paper, ton e[...]

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    45 SPECIFICATIO NS Machine specifications / copier specifications *1 Warm-up tim e may v ary dependi[...]

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    46 SPECIFICATIONS Machine specifications / copier specifications (Continued) *1 Outpu t tray (Centre[...]

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    47 SPECI FICAT IONS Continuous copying speeds* * Copy speed d uring outp ut of the s econd co py and[...]

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    48 SPECIFICATIONS Acoustic noise emission (measure ment according to ISO7779) Reversing single feede[...]

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    49 Information th at the administrator of the machine requires is printed on the back of this page. [...]

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    50 TO THE ADMINIST RATOR OF THE MACHINE (Separat e this pag e from the manual a nd keep it in a safe[...]

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    51 TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHIN E For the users of the fax function Important safety instructi[...]

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    52 INFORMATION ON DISPOSAL A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households) 1. In the E uro[...]

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    53 INFORMATION ON DISPOSAL Trademark ac knowledgments The f ollo wing tr ademarks a nd regi stered t[...]

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    PRINTED IN FRANCE TINSE4814GHZZ MX-M282N/MX-M362N /MX-M452N/MX-M5 02N ST ART GUIDE[...]