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Xerox Color 1000 Press Administration Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox Color 1000 Press Administration Guide PDF

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1 Sided-Face Up option... 4-3 1 Sided-Face Down option... 4-3 2 Sided option... 4-4 Correcting the paper curl... 4-4

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Power Saver... 5-10 System PC & Print Engine... 5-11 Print Engine Only... 5-11 Print Engine Only If No PC Communication For... 5-11 Exit Power Saver... 5-12 Setting the power saver options... 5-12

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New/edit c-fold adjustment procedure... 6-17 New/edit z-fold adjustment procedure... 6-19 New/edit z-fold half-sheet adjustment procedure... 6-20

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The Administrator mode allows you to set the default settings for your machine in order to fit your individual requirements... You can change the settings for a variety of features, such as the language to display on the UI, timers, changing the Administrator password, creating custom paper and alignment profiles, and more...

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RemoteAssistant is a feature within certain Xerox engines that allows customers to authorize a Xerox specialist to remotely access the User Interface (UI) on the print server in order to help guide the customer through corrective actions...

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As stated previously, Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) is a mandatory, customer self-maintenance program that is available with your machine... Through the XPP program, Xerox provides qualified customers with the supplies, documentation, support, and the Technical Key Operator (TKO) training required to perform simple diagnostics, routine maintenance tasks, and some repairs which formerly were completed by a Xerox customer service person...

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4... Select all the files in the stock directory with the ... stock extension... 5... Select Edit > Copy (or Ctrl > C)... 6... Open the directory of the USB flash drive... 7... Select Edit > Paste (or Ctrl > V)...

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Note When a Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) consumable item is depleted, the machine automatically interrupts the current job and does not restart until the consumable is replaced...

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Dry Ink Cleaning: Allows you to clean one or all of the dry ink/toner cartridge systems... You may want to run this cleaning procedure if you are having certain image quality issues, such as white or dark spots or blotches on the prints... These spots or blotches are caused by dry ink/toner adhering to the drum... Refer to the User Guide, the Problem solving/Image quality section for more information...

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3... Select the Maintenance tab... 4... Select the desired dry ink/toner(s) to be cleaned... 5... Select the Start Cleaning button to begin the cleaning process... 6... Select the desired paper tray and feed orientation (Long Edge Feed, or Short Edge

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It is important to remember that any settings for a particular option that is used today for a specific print job may not achieve the same desired outcome/output when used on different day for that same print job... This is especially relevant if the room in which the machine is located experiences changes in temperature and humidity...

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The Test Print option for a new or existing stock can be accessed from the Advanced Stock Setup window... Use to view a print of your output having advanced settings applied such as a different fuser temperature or roll pressure for better adherence, or to correct paper curl...

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5... After selecting the advanced settings you need, select the Test Print button at the bottom of the window... The test print window for that specific stock opens...

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Test Print option for 2nd Bias Transfer Roll When using the 2nd Bias Transfer Roll option, always run test prints and evaluate the output before continuing... When the Test Print button is selected, the Test Print Setup: 2nd Bias Transfer Roll window is displayed:

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Selecting the Adjust Test Prints button returns you to the Test Print Setup: 2nd Bias Transfer Roll window... Notice that the number 5 is already entered as the Change Percentage value... (You entered this number for the Best Test Print value on Test Print Selection: 2nd Bias Transfer Roll window... )

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3... Perform one of the following: a) Select the Create New button or b) Select the desired stock from either the RML or the Stock Library list, and then

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b) Adjust Test Prints: Select this if the output does not meet customer satisfaction and requires further adjusting... This returns you to the The Test Print Setup - 2nd Bias Transfer Roll window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved...

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With some print jobs, the output prints still may be curled more than you desire even after using the system default... In those cases, use the Paper Curl Correction option to compensate for paper curl in your prints... Paper Curl Correction settings are based on the job type and image density ratio... These settings are manually entered through the Advanced Stock Setup feature, and you must be logged in as the Administrator...

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Note It is important to remember that a successful paper curl correction setting used today may not be the same setting that you would use on another day... This is especially relevant if the room in which machine is located experiences changes in temperature and humidity...

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Front Print Density: Enter the desired print (dry ink/toner) density amount as required; amounts range from zero to seventy percent... If your output is a high dry ink/toner coverage area on the output, you may want to enter a higher print density amount... The system default value is 10%...

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Front Print Density: Enter the desired print (dry ink/toner) density amount as required; amounts range from zero to seventy percent... If your output is a high dry ink/toner coverage area on the output, you may want to enter a higher print density amount... The system default value is 10%...

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b) Continue Adjusting: Select this if the output still contains too much paper curl, print density, and needs further adjusting... This allows you to make further adjustments to the paper curl correction and print density options and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved...

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Fault Details Window Default Language Changing the Administrator password Resetting the Technical Key Operator Password

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Use the following procedure to choose the default setting for this feature... 1... Select the Logon button from the UI and logon as the Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... Select whether or not you want any machine faults to automatically display on the

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The language files loaded on your PC UI will vary from marketplace to marketplace... Use the following procedure to change/set the default language for your machine: 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... From the User Interface tab, select the default language from the Default Language

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The administrator may manage whether or not the Stock Library feature is displayed on the main UI screen for the Operator user mode... By default, the Stock Library feature is always displayed on the main UI... This is independent of the logged-on user mode... This means that both the Operator and the Administrator user modes have access to the Stock Library...

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Setting the date and time Use this feature to set the date and time for the system... The date and time is displayed on the Machine Details screen on both the Installed Software and Error Log screens... 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... From the System Settings window, select the Date/Time tab... 4... Select the Date Format you wish to use... 5... Use the up or down arrow buttons to enter the correct year, month, and day... 6... Select the Time Format you wish to use... 7... Use the up or down arrow buttons to set the correct hour and minutes...

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- Priority on Image Quality: This selection provides the best image quality possible on the transparency or embossed output but the machine runs at a slower print speed in order to achieve this high image quality on the output...

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There is no decrease in productivity (ppm) from the main paper trays to any additional, optional trays...

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Selecting the productivity mode options 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... Select the System tab... 4... Select the desired Productivity Mode settings including Single or Mixed Paper Weight,

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It is recommended that you do not enter any numbers on this screen before consulting with your Xerox Service Representative... Entering numbers on this screen may change system settings which may result in a service call to restore the system to the correct settings...

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In this mode, the power to the UI and fuser unit is lowered to save power... The PC UI display goes black, and the print engine enters power saver mode... To exit the power saver mode, either send a job from the print server to the machine or press the print engine power switch to the on position...

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Setting the power saver options 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... Select the System tab... 4... Uncheck the power saver options that you do not want enabled for your machine...

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The Attention Sounds option allows you to select whether or not to sound an alarm when a fault occurs on the machine... 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... Select the System tab... 4... To enable Attention Sounds, select the check box to the left of Enable Sounds... 5... From the Volume pull-down menu, select the desired option (High, Medium, Low)... 6... From the Number of Beeps pull-down menu, select either 5 Beeps or Until User

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- Enable: This option allows the user to choose a specific tray instead of having the system automatically check the various available trays to find a tray with the matching paper parameters (size, weight, etc)... When the current tray runs out of paper (or nears the empty condition), the UI displays a window informing the user and asking from which next available tray to feed paper or to cancel the job...

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Tray Priority: Sets the priority order for automatic tray selection... If the Auto Tray Switch Timing feature is enabled and each paper tray contains the same paper size and weight, the machine feeds paper from the tray set at Priority 1... If there is no paper in the Priority 1 tray, the Priority 2 tray is automatically selected and so on

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Auto Output Switching: This option sets whether or not to allow the automatic switching of the output destination from a full HCS to second HCS while jobs are printing or when the Unload button on the HCS is pressed...

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Glue Heater Timeout: Select a time interval for when the adhesive unit shuts off and the binder enters power saver mode after the last job in the queue was completed... The time interval represents a period of system inactivity without any jobs printing or any jobs in the queue waiting to be printed... Choose between 1-240 minutes... The default setting is 10 minutes...

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Use the Fuser Belt Refresh option to run a fuser belt refresh when the system is experiencing image quality defects on the printed output... These defects include scratches, spots, streaks, or bands... The refresh option engages the fuser refresh roll against the fuser belt and buffs out any scratches that may be occurring on the lead edge or side edge of the output...

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With the Full Width Array, thare are internal color calibration strips (or tiles) used as reference for known colors of a test pattern... These color values are automatically adjusted to produce accurate and consistent reproductions, and this means that no longer is customer intervention required...

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Automatic Density Uniformity Adjustment: Run this image quality adjustment when the printed output density is inconsistent (non-uniform) within the printed page; non-uniform, inconsistent density may appear as faded colors on portions of the printed page... Running this adjustment to correct this non-uniformity density may avoid a service call and possible machine down-time

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Adjusting Automatic Density Uniformity 1... Logon as Administrator... 2... Select the System Settings button... 3... Select the Full Width Array tab... 4... Select the Auto Adjust button for Automatic Density Uniformity Adjustment... 5... Select the tray containing 11 x 17 in... (A3) or 12 x 18 in... (SRA3) paper... 6... Select Start...

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This feature allows you to create and customize profiles/procedures for Alignment... The Alignment feature allows you to position the output image in order to accommodate for misalignment or skew... These profiles are used at the point of need for specialized print jobs...

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The Alignment feature allows you to create and store specific alignment adjustment profiles... These profiles allow you to accommodate different media types and how the image is registered, aligned, or magnified for side 1 and side 2 output... These profiles may be used at point of need in order to ensure optimum output quality of your prints...

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If your machine is equipped with the Full Width Array, the Auto Alignment feature is available for use... This feature automatically adjusts the output image quickly and easily for different media types without having to manually progress through the Alignment Profile steps... This allows you to quickly and easily adjust the output print at point of need without losing productivity time and simultaneously providing the best possible output quality for your prints...

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During the fusing process, the heat and pressure applied to the paper causes the paper to stretch... If the images on sides 1 and 2 are the same size, the stretching of the paper may cause the image on side 1 to be slightly larger than the image on side 2... Creating an Alignment profile for these types of jobs allows you to reduce or eliminate the images being larger on side1 than on side 2 prints...

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Tip It is recommended that you choose only one Alignment profile feature (such as skew), and then run a set of test prints to evaluate the skew on that output... If you want to adjust multiple Alignment profile features, individually select each feature, run some test prints for that feature, and evaluate the output... After you determine that the output for the selected feature is acceptable, then you can select another Alignment profile feature to adjust...

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7... Next select the appropriate tray, profile name and the Start button... The press will run test print and perform the automatic adjustments for you... Obtain the test patterns printed and ensure the registration is acceptable... If not, rerun the automatic alignment or manually adjust the profiles as required...

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13... Evaluate the test prints by holding your the output at eye level near a light source... This allows you to see the registration marks for side 1, and side 2 (if 2 sided output was selected)... a) If you determine that the alignment between side 1 and side 2 is unacceptable

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Perform the following procedure before creating a new or using an existing alignment profile... 1... Load the appropriate stock into the desired tray... 2... Print a sample output and check for any misalignment of the output image... 3... If the output image is misaligned, perform the instructions provided in the Create/edit

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Tip It is recommended that you choose only one Alignment profile feature (such as skew), and then run a set of test prints to evaluate the skew on that output... If you want to adjust multiple Alignment profile features, individually select each feature, run some test prints for that feature, and evaluate the output... After you determine that the output for the selected feature is acceptable, then you can select another Alignment profile feature to adjust...

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11... Evaluate the test prints by holding your the output at eye level near a light source... This allows you to see the registration marks for side 1, and side 2 (if 2 sided output was selected)... a) If you determine that the alignment between side 1 and side 2 is unacceptable

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Fold Adjustment The Fold Adjustment feature allows you to adjust the fold position for various paper types, as well as set adjustment values to various default types... You can assign a set type to each tray...

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Note The Adjust Fold option is available with the Booklet Maker Finisher (Bi-/Single Fold) or when the finisher has the optional C/Z Folder attached to it (applicable for the Standard Finisher, Booklet Maker Finisher, or Standard Finisher Plus)...

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Z-Fold Half Sheet: As with a regular Z-Fold, it has two folds that are folded in the opposite directions... The difference between a regular Z-Fold and a Z-Fold Half Sheet is that the Z-Fold Half Sheet is not folded in two equal folds... The two folds are unequal which allows one edge of the Z-Fold Half Sheet to have a longer edge, and the longer edge allows for stapling or hole punching... Z-Fold Half Sheet output is delivered to the C/Z Fold Output Tray... Refer to the following illustration:

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13... If either the Left Side or Right Side (of Fold is Longer) is selected, enter the measurement value that you obtain during the previous step in the A Length window by using the up/down arrow buttons...

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This returns you to the The Fold Adjustment - Test Print window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved... The new/edited fold adjustment profile is displayed in the Fold Adjustment window...

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15... Select the Start button... A Test Print status button is displayed while the print process occurs... Upon completion of the test prints, the following window appears:

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b) Continue Adjusting: Select this if the output does not meet customer satisfaction and requires further adjusting... This returns you to the The Fold Adjustment - Test Print window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved... The new/edited fold adjustment profile is displayed in the Fold Adjustment window...

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b) Continue Adjusting: Select this if the output does not meet customer satisfaction and requires further adjusting... This returns you to the The Fold Adjustment - Test Print window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved... The new/edited fold adjustment profile is displayed in the Fold Adjustment window...

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9... Select the desired tray, and then select the Start button... A Test Print status button is displayed while the print process occurs... Upon completion of the test prints, the next Fold Adjustment Test Print screen displays... This screen will vary depending on the selected Fold Type...

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b) Continue Adjusting: Select this if the output does not meet customer satisfaction and requires further adjusting... This returns you to the The Fold Adjustment - Test Print window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved... The new/edited fold adjustment profile is displayed in the Fold Adjustment window...

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9... Select the desired tray, and then select the Start button... A Test Print status button is displayed while the print process occurs... Upon completion of the test prints, the next Fold Adjustment Test Print screen displays... This screen will vary depending on the selected Fold Type...

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b) Continue Adjusting: Select this if the output does not meet customer satisfaction and requires further adjusting... This returns you to the The Fold Adjustment - Test Print window where you can make further adjustments and run additional test prints... Repeat this step as required until the desired output is achieved... The new/edited fold adjustment profile is displayed in the Fold Adjustment window...

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Prior to physically attaching the third-party, DFA device to the machine, device profiles are created... These profiles describe the DFA device to the machine... Those entered values will appear on the Finishing Devices option for each specific profile created... Refer to the third-party, DFA customer documentation for information on setting the profile values for the specific DFA device that is attached to the machine... You may also call your Customer Support Center for more information...

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