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Xerox Color 800 Press User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox Color 800 Press User Guide PDF

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Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF)... 1-8 Interface Module... 1-8 GBCAdvancedPunch... 1-9 High Capacity Stacker... 1-10 Perfect Binder... 1-10 Standard Finisher... 1-11 Booklet Maker Finisher... 1-11 SquareFold Trimmer Module... 1-12 Standard Finisher Plus... 1-12 Third-Party Finishing Devices... 1-13

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Adding a stock entry... 7-3 Copying a stock entry... 7-4 Creating a new stock (from Manage Stock Library)... 7-4 Creating a new stock (from Tray Properties)... 7-5 Editing an existing stock in the Stock Library... 7-5 Removing a stock from the Stock Library... 7-6

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Stock By Name Only... 8-5 Multifeed Detection... 8-5 Near Empty Detection Level... 8-6 Antiqued Image Effect... 8-6 Tray Air Assist... 8-6 Enable Tray Heater... 8-7

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Paper jams in Trays 1 and 2... 10-8 Paper jams in area 2... 10-9 Paper jams in areas 3 and 4... 10-12 Paper jams in area 5... 10-15 Paper jams in area 6... 10-17 Paper jams in area 7... 10-20

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HCS entrance jams (E1, E2, and E3)... 15-5 HCS transport jams (E4, E5, and E6)... 15-6 HCS top tray jam (E7)... 15-7 HCS exit jam (E8)... 15-8

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Book binding path... 16-8 Bypass path... 16-8 Standard path... 16-9 Cover inserter path... 16-10

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Finisher problem solving... 17-13 Paper jams in Tray 8/T1 (Post-Process Inserter)... 17-14 Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c... 17-15 Paper jams at lever 1d... 17-16 Paper jams at lever 1b... 17-17 Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d... 17-18 Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c... 17-19 Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f... 17-20 Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a... 17-21 Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a... 17-22 Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c... 17-23 Paper jams at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d... 17-24 Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g... 17-25 Paper jams at unit 4 and knob 4a... 17-26 Paper jams at finisher top tray... 17-27 Paper jams at finisher stacker tray... 17-28 Paper jams at the optional booklet maker tray... 17-29 Stapler faults... 17-30

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Trimmer feature... 18-7 Trimmer options... 18-7 Trim guidelines... 18-8 Accessing the Trimmer options... 18-10

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Paper jams in the Finishing Transport... 19-30 Paper jams in area 1... 19-30 Paper jams in area 2... 19-32 Paper jams in area 3... 19-33 Paper jams in area 4... 19-34

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a... Upper left door: containing dry ink/toner cartridges b... Upper right door: containing dry ink/toner cartridges c... Left front door d... Right front door e... Trays 1 and 2; additional feeding accessories available

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User Interface The User Interface (UI) displays messages that indicate the status of the machine during idle, run, or fault conditions...

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Administrator: This level allows you to customize the system defaults for your machine and to customize particular print jobs by creating, setting, or changing parameters for certain features...

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The machine automatically enters the power saver mode after fifteen minutes of inactivity... This time may be changed to reflect a value of 1-240 minutes; you must enter the Administrator mode to change it...

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The Full Width Array feature uses xerographic parameters and diagnostics to scan the finished image and correct errors in registration, density and color... This is the process of calibrating the Print Server with the digital press... There are now 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... It also allows the customer to maintain tighter image quality control over the output of their system...

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Full flood varnish provides a uniform, glossy finish on the printed output when it is used with high-end applications... The full flood option provides full page coverage as a clear, glossy finish (varnish) which enhances the overall appearance within an application or on a single sheet...

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Using the spot option within a supported application allows the user to indicate a specific area, or multiple areas where a clear dry ink will be applied to the printed output... This is done in order to accent or highlight the desired area... Spot varnish can be used to:

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Feeding and finishing devices Available with your machine is a variety of optional feeding and finishing devices... These devices are briefly discussed on the following pages along with where to find specific information on each device...

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The GBC AdvancedPunch provides another level of finishing options to your output by allowing you to punch holes in 8... 5 x 11 in... /A4 documents, which support a variety of binding styles... Punch types include 19-hole to a maximum of 32-hole for 8... 5 x 11 in... media... A4 media supports punch types 21-hole to a maximum of 47-hole...

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Perfect binding is a process in which the leaves (pages) are bound by using an adhesive and trimming off the excess edges... The adhesive holds the interior sheets of the book together... Front and back covers may be included if desired... The final output is a finished, perfect bound book with a wrap-around cover...

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Note The Booklet Maker Finisher is shown here with the required Interface Module and with the optional C/Z Folder...

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The Standard Finisher Plus serves as an interface to transfer paper between the print engine and any third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) device attached to the machine...

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Additional third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) devices are also available... Always refer to the Finishing Solutions Guide and/or contact the Xerox sales representative for more information...

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The Help pull-down menu opens a new window which displays the same type of information as provided in both this guide and the System Administration Guide...

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Help on the World Wide Web Xerox on the World Wide Web: For system support, user help, customer documentation, and service support, go to www... xerox... com and click the Contact Us link for specific contact information/telephone numbers in your area...

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Machine Details:This option provides information about the installed system software, any attached optional feeding/finishing accessories, error log details, customer support telephone number, and the machine serial number...

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The Usage Counter tab works the same way as a trip odometer in a car... It can be reset to zero... Once it is reset to zero, it keeps track of the print count from that point forward until you select the Reset All button...

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The meter and counters display the total impression amount... An impression is the image on one side of one sheet of media... The meters and counters display the total impression amount for all printed jobs... The impression information is separated into the following categories:

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Tip The machine does not interrupt a job or stop running if a Service Representative Replaceable Unit status indicates a low or depleted level... Your Service Representative Replaceable Unit may continue to perform as expected far beyond the average life indicator... Your Service Representative uses this status indicator information each time service is performed on your machine...

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Tip Some print servers do not update the print engine with the status of the job that is currently printing... This means that the progress bar on the print engines UI may continue to display zero percentage (0%) for the printing status... If this occurs, always check the print servers UI for the status of the currently printing job...

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Note Depending on the Administrator setting, your machine may automatically resume printing after a preset period of time without selecting the Resume button... Ask your Administrator about this, or refer to the System Administration Guide for more information...

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Printing from your computer 1... From your computer open one of the PDFs files in Adobe Acrobat Reader... 2... Select File > Print... 3... Select the desired printer and print queue... 4... Select the Properties button for that machine... 5... Select the desired output options such as quantity, 1- or 2-sided printing... 6... Select OK to close the Properties window... 7... Select OK to send the job to the printer...

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drive or CD/DVD... 2... Connect your storage device to the print server... 3... From the Xerox EX Printer Server, select File > Import Job... 4... Select the desired queue such as Print or Hold... 5... Select Add... 6... Browse to your storage device containing the PDF files... 7... Select and highlight one of the PDF files (User Guide, System Administration Guide)... 8... Select Open... 9... Select Import...

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Note It is recommended that you change the Administrator password as soon as possible after installing the machine in order to prevent unauthorized access to the Administrator mode...

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- Language - Changing the Administrator password - Resetting the Technical Key Operator password - Automatic display of fault windows - Date and time - Productivity settings - Power saver settings - Attention sounds - Tray options, such as automatic tray switching (ATS) - Output Devices - Image quality options - Full Width Array

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1... Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job... 2... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 3... Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up... 4... Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray... 5... Load and register the paper against the right side of the tray... 6... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the

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5... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray... Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide...

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Load drilled paper into any tray in either Long Edge Feed (LEF) or Short Edge Feed (SEF) direction... 1... Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job... 2... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 3... Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up... 4... Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray...

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7... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray... Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide...

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Use the following procedure to set the skew adjustment levers... 1... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 2... Slide the rear skew adjustment lever to the right... 3... Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop... 4... From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,

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Tray Properties From the Tray Properties window the user can view and select a variety of functions on the paper tray... Selections available for the tray vary depending on whether the user is logged in as Operator or Administrator... The following information represents the selections available when logged in as Operator...

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Recommended Media List (RML): Provides a list of all the default, preprogrammed stocks that are available for the machine... The user can select a stock from the RML to assign temporarily to the tray... Once the Tray Properties window is closed, the stock appears name appears in blue/italics indicating that it is a temporary stock... The stock is deleted once a different stock is selected...

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If you receive this message, do the following: 1... Load the stock indicated on the Tray Stock Size Mismatch window, or 2... Change the Tray Properties to match the contents of the tray...

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Note The appearance of the Stock Library button on the UI is dependent on how the administrator sets this feature in System Settings (while logged on in the Administrator mode)... If the Stock Library button is not displayed on the UI, then the administrator has restricted its access to administrators only... In this case, contact your administrator for more information and/or refer to the System Administration Guide...

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Recommended Media List (RML) Always refer to the Recommended Media List for paper guidelines... The Recommended Media List is updated as required to include new papers and other media... The RML is available at www... xerox... com...

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Properties: Allows the user to view and/or change the properties of stocks listed in the Stock Library list... The stock name cannot be edited/changed... Properties of a stock in the RML can be viewed only; the properties CANNOT be changed...

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Sometimes an existing stock entry (either from the RML or the Stock Library list) already contains most of the attributes required for a new stock entry... In this case, the user simply copies an existing stock and modifies its attributes to create a new stock entry... 1... Select Stock Library...

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a) Select the various Advanced Stock Setup options as required... b) Select OK to save any selections made and close the Advanced Stock Setup window...

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a) Select the various Advanced Stock Setup options as required... b) Select OK to save any selections made and close the Advanced Stock Setup window...

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Different media (including paper type, weight, and coating/uncoating, paper curl) may require specific and/or special handling by the machine as it is moving through the paper path... For example, some media types may skew or curl as they progress through the printing path of the machine... This may occur on frequently-run jobs and/or on jobs with a high volume output...

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The Advanced Stock Setup feature allows you set specific custom parameters for different types of media and jobs, such as outlined in the above paragraph... These custom stocks may be used at point of need in order to ensure optimum output quality of your prints/jobs... The stocks may be either a temporary stock for a specific, one-time job, or they can be a permanent stock added to the Stock Library list...

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Important It is HIGHLY recommended that you run test prints after selecting each Advanced Stock option... This allows you to evaluate the printed output and determine if it is acceptable or not... In order to run test prints, you MUST be logged on as Administrator...

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If you determine that your output still is unacceptable after repeating procedures, log in as Administrator, select the desired options and run test prints... Repeat this process several times, each time running test prints and evaluating the output... If the output is still unacceptable, call your Customer Support Center for help/assistance...

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When this option is selected/checked (yes or true), stock can be selected from the print server or from the clients print driver only by explicitly selecting its specific stock name (as shown in the Stock Library) and not by matching various parameters (such as weight, type, and coating)... Selecting this option (placing a checkmark in the box) prevents the inadvertent use of expensive or specialty stocks for slip-sheets, automatic paper selection, or generic paper requests by the user...

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Custom 1-8: By default, these are blank NVM storage settings... If necessary, they are used to create a custom air assist parameter... If none of the other options remedy the situation, your Xerox representative works with both the customer and the Xerox personnel to create a custom setting... This is based on the stock being used and the best air assist values for producing the desired outcome... These values are then entered into the machine NVM and assigned to a specific Custom setting (1-8)...

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The Enable Tray Heater option works in conjunction with the Tray Air Assist option... Checking this box, enables the tray heater... The heater maintains the appropriate internal temperature of the paper tray... Depending on the external temperature and humidity, the heater sends information to the tray blowers... The paper tray blowers then switch on and provide the required air to the paper stack, thereby preventing multifeeds or misfeeds from occurring...

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The second bias transfer roll is where the image is transferred from the belt to the paper... The 2nd Bias Transfer Roll (2nd BTR) option is normally used with special stocks like heavier weight paper, such as 220 gsm and greater, 10 pt, or 12 pt... However there are times when it is also used with lighter weight paper as well... When using either heavier or lighter weight paper, you may want or need to adjust Side 1 for all 1-sided jobs...

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Use the 2nd Bias Transfer Roll option when your prints have mottle, which is uneven spotty dry ink/toner coverage that occurs when printing large, solid areas of flat color... Refer to the following illustration for an example of prints with and without mottle...

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Important Changing the default setting should be considered a temporary solution because environmental conditions vary from day to day... It is recommended that upon completion of the print job, you return the option to its default setting...

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In order to maintain the highest productivity possible when running mixed media jobs, the fuser and its related components need to be cooled rapidly when switching from heavy weight paper to lighter weight paper... The technology of this fuser and its related components provide this rapid heating and cooling, thereby ensuring the highest productivity on printed output, especially when running mixed media jobs...

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From the Fold Adjustment Profile pull-down menu, select the desired profile, as required... These profiles are preset profiles, which are created and maintained from the Profiles feature on the UI...

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Note It is recommended that you perform the following procedures on a daily basis, preferably at the start of the day before the machine is switched on and the fuser is cool... Only clean the recommended areas of the paper path as described in these procedures...

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Note If large amounts of paper dust are frequently observed, contact your Xerox supplies representative for alternate paper recommendations... If a Xerox analysis determines that persistent paper contamination is due to cut papers or the use of non-recommended material, the customer may be liable for any extended costs that fall outside the scope of their service contract...

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2... Use a damp, water-moistened (not wet), lint-free cloth to clean the paper path only in the green lever jam clearance areas as shown in the illustration...

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Note Do not rotate the belts with your bare hands as this will leave grease and dirt on them and may create paper jams... Rotate the belts by using a lint-free cloth...

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Note Do not rotate the belts with your bare hands as this will leave grease and dirt on them and may create paper jams... Rotate the belts by using a lint-free cloth...

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2... Grasp handle 5 and rotate it in the direction of the arrow, and slowly pull out the fuser until it stops...

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Note Do not rotate the belts with your bare hands as this will leave grease and dirt on them and may create paper jams... Rotate the belts by using a lint-free cloth...

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Note Do not rotate the belts with your bare hands as this will leave grease and dirt on them and may create paper jams... Rotate the belts by using a lint-free cloth...

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3... Use a damp, water-moistened (not wet), lint-free cloth to clean the paper path only in the green lever jam clearance areas as shown in the illustration...

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6... Return lever 6c to its original position... 7... Return lever 6d to its original position... 8... Grasp handle 6 and gently push in the exit drawer assembly until it stops... 9... Rotate handle 6 in the direction of the arrow to lock the exit drawer assembly in

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3... Use a damp, water-moistened (not wet), lint-free cloth to clean the paper path only in the green lever jam clearance areas as shown in the illustration... a) Open each area and clean the surfaces of the green-handle areas... b) Remove any residual moisture with a dry, lint-free cloth...

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12... Use a damp, water-moistened (not wet), lint-free cloth to clean the paper path only in the green lever jam clearance areas as shown in the illustration... a) Open each area and clean the surfaces of the green-handle areas... b) Remove any residual moisture with a dry, lint-free cloth...

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Xerox supplies, paper, and throughput material can be ordered from Xerox by going to www... xerox... com and clicking on either the Contact Us link for specific contact information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on the Supplies and entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family and model type)...

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Dry Ink/Toner yield projections are based on 7... 5 percent area coverage per color (4 colors = 30 percent) at standardized conditions on A4 (8... 5 x 11 in... ) Xerox Digital Color Xpressions+, 24 lb... (90 g/m2) and Colotech Plus 90 g/m2 reference paper... Actual yields vary greatly, depending on color intensity, area coverage, paper stock, and run mode selected...

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Tip Do not use warm or hot water, or cleaning solvents, to remove dry ink/toner from your skin or clothing... This will set the dry ink/toner and make it difficult to remove... If any dry ink/toner gets on your skin or clothing, use a brush to remove it, blow it off, or wash it off with cold water and mild soap...

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Caution Dry ink/toner settles and compacts during shipping and must be loosened before inserting the cartridge into the machine... Failure to completely loosen the material may cause damage to the gear at the end of the cartridge...

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When a waste bottle is full, a message appears on the UI advising you when to replace the bottle... Since there is a second waste bottle, the machine continues to run as long as that second waste bottle is not full... This allows you to exchange the full bottle with an empty one while the machine continues to print...

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Note When removing a full dry ink/toner waste bottle, SLOWLY pull it out of the machine... This will prevent any dry ink/toner from from spilling out of a full waste bottle...

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Two messages will display on the UI regarding the fuser web assembly... The first advises you that the web is almost used up and you should be sure to have a new unit on hand... The second message displays when the fuser web is completely used and you must replace it... When this message displays, the machine shuts down and will not print until the web is replaced...

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2... Grasp handle 5 and rotate it in the direction of the arrow, and slowly pull out the fuser until it stops...

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Dispose of the old fuser web assembly according to your local regulations... 5... Remove the new fuser web assembly from the box and the protective covering... 6... Hold the assembly by the handles with both hands and insert the assembly into the

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8... Grasp handle 5 and gently push in the fuser until it stops... 9... Rotate handle 5 in the direction of the arrow to lock the fuser module in place...

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If the machine loses power and it is impossible to access the Machine Details tab, the serial number can be found on the machine frame on the lower left side...

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General problems If the machine has a loss of power and you cannot access the Machine Details screen to get the serial number, open the two main front doors... The serial number label is in the center of the bottom frame of the machine... If the problem persists after following all the instructions, contact your Xerox representative...

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Is your machine connected to the network as a printer? Try printing a test page from your workstation to the machine to verify that the machine is connected on the network...

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If the next print job is switching print modes, for example from black-only to 4-color, the system requires approximately 2 minutes to make any necessary adjustments...

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If the UI is locked up, and the mouse or keyboard do not work, press and hold the UI power button on the PC until the UI powers down... Wait 30 seconds and press the PC power button to reboot the UI...

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This occurs when an error to the LogHarvest Plus tool occurs... The LogHarvest Plus tool is shown as a house icon on the bottom right side of the UI screen... To resolve this error, select Programs > Startup > LogHarvest Plus...

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When a paper jam occurs in the press, the system displays a purge-in-process message... Any unused sheets downstream from where the jam occurred will be automatically purged from the paper path to the closest output tray... Usable sheets will be stacked in the jobs designated output destination... However, any sheets that remain in the area of the press preceding the jam location are not purged automatically... Make sure to manually clear those areas...

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3... Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop... 4... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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6... Return lever 2d to its original position... 7... Grasp lever 2b and move it to the right... Rotate knob 2c in the direction of the arrow

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10... Return lever 2a to its original position... 11... Close the left and right front doors (print engine left side)... 12... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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5... Return lever 3b to its original position... 6... Lift lever 3a, move it to the left, and rotate knob 3c in the direction of the arrow to

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10... Close the left and right front doors (print engine left side)... 11... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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Warning Be careful when clearing jams in the fuser area, the fuser is extremely hot and will cause injury...

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4... Push down on the lever; the fuser exit area opens... Carefully remove any jammed paper on the right side of the fuser...

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6... Grasp handle 5 and gently push in the fuser until it stops... 7... Rotate handle 5 in the direction of the arrow to lock the fuser module in place... 8... Close the left front door (print engine right side)... 9... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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4... Return levers 6a and 6b to their originals positions... 5... Grasp lever 6c, move it to the right, and remove the jammed paper...

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11... Close the left and right front doors (print engine right side)... 12... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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5... Return lever 7f to its original position... 6... Grasp lever 7d, move it to the left, and remove the jammed paper...

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11... Return lever 7c to its original position... 12... Lift lever 7b and remove the jammed paper...

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Fault codes If the printing ended abnormally, or a malfunction occurred in the machine, then a fault code is displayed... If a fault code appears on the machine and it is not listed in the table below, or if a fault persists after following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center... If a fault code is displayed, all print data on the machine as well as print data stored in the machines built-in memory is discarded...

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Power Off/On the machine... Sheet Life limit occurred010 408 If the error persists, consult your trained Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) representative; this person is also known as the Technical Key Operator (TKO)... If error persists, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Power Off/On the machine... If the error persists, consult your trained Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) representative; this person is also known as the Technical Key Operator (TKO)... If error persists, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Power Off/On the machine... If the error persists, consult your trained Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) representative; this person is also known as the Technical Key Operator (TKO)... If error persists, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Machine Drum Motor faults042 310, 042 311, 042 312, 042 313, 042 314, 042 315, 042 316, 042 317, 042 318, 042 319, 042 321, 042 322, 042 323, 042 324, 042 325, 042 326, 042 327, 042 328, 042 329, 042 330, 042 331, 042 332, 042 333, 042 334

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Broken Fan fault codes042 338, 042 339, 042 340, 042 341, 042 342, 042 343, 042 344, 042 347, 042 348, 042 349, 042 350, 042 351, 042 352, 042 353, 042 354, 042 355, 042 356, 042 357, 042 358, 042 359, 042 360, 042 361, 042 362, 042 363, 042 364, 042 365, 042 366, 042 367, 042 368, 042 369, 042 370, 042 371, 042 372, 042 373, 042 374, 042 375, 042 376, 042 377, 042 378, 042 379, 042 380, 042 381

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Communication failure045 326, 045 327, 045 328, 045 329, 045 342, 045 353, 045 358, 045 359, 045 360, 045 361, 045 362, 045 363, 045 364, 045 365, 045 366, 045 367, 045 368, 045 369, 045 370, 045 371, 045 372, 045 373, 045 374, 045 375, 045 376, 045 377, 045 378, 045 600, 047 310, 047 320,

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Machine fault codes061 310, 061 311, 061 312, 061 313, 061 314, 061 315, 061 316, 061 317, 061 318, 061 319, 061 320, 061 321, 061 322, 061 323, 061 324, 061 325, 061 326, 061 327, 061 328, 061 329, 061 330, 061 331, 061 332, 061 333, 061 334, 061 335, 061 336, 061 337, 061 338, 061 339, 061 340, 061 341, 061 342, 061 343, 061 344, 061 345, 061 346, 061 347, 061 348, 061 349, 061 350, 061 351, 061 352, 061 353, 061 354, 061 355, 061 356, 061 357, 061 358, 061 359, 061 360, 061 361, 061 362, 061 363, 061 364, 061 365, 061 366, 061 367, 061 368, 061 369, 061 370, 061 371, 061 372, 061 373, 061 374, 061 375

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Tray 1 or Tray 2 malfunctioned071 210, 071 211, 071 212, 071 213, 071 214, 071 215, 071 216, 071 217, 071 218, 071 219, 071 221, 071 222, 072 210, 072 211, 072 212, 072 213, 072 214, 072 215, 072 216, 072 217, 072 218, 072 219, 072 221, 072 222,

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Verify the correct paper orient- ation of the print job and the desired paper tray selection... Power Off/On the machine... If error persists, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Paper jam fault codes077 100, 077 101, 077 102, 077 103, 077 104, 077 105, 077 106, 077 107, 077 108, 077 109, 077 111, 077 112, 077 113, 077 114, 077 115, 077 116, 077 117, 077 118, 077 119, 077 121, 077 122, 077 123, 077 124, 077 125, 077 126, 077 127, 077 128, 077 129, 077 130, 077 131, 077 132, 077 134, 077 135, 077 136, 077 137, 077 138, 077 139, 077 140, 077 900, 077 900, 077 901, 077 902, 077 903, 077 904, 077 905, 077 906, 077 907, 077 908, 077 909, 077 910, 077 911, 077 912, 077 913, 077 914, 077 915, 077 916, 077 917, 077 918, 077 919, 077 920, 077 921, 077 922, 077 923, 077 924, 077 925, 077 926, 077 928, 077 929, 077 930, 077 931, 077 932, 077 933, 077 934, 077 935, 077 937, 077 938, 077 939

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Path Sensor fault077 331, 077 332, 077 333, 077 334, 077 335, 077 336 077 337, 077 338, 077 339, 077 340, 077 341, 077 342, 077 343, 077 344, 077 345, 077 346, 077 347, 077 348, 077 349, 077 350, 077 351, 077 352, 077 353, 077 354, 077 355, 077 355, 077 356

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Power Off/On the machine... Color registration fault codes089 603, 089 604, 089 605, 089 606, 089 607, 089 608, 089 609, 089 610, 089 611, 089 612, 089 613, 089 614, 089 615, 089 616, 089 617, 089 618, 089 619, 089 620, 089 621, 089 622, 089 623, 089 624, 089 625, 089 626, 089 627, 089 628, 089 629, 089 630, 089 631, 089 632, 089 633

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Charge Corotron fault091 400, 091 401, 091 402, 091 403, 091 404, 091 405, 091 406, 091 407, 091 408, 091 409, 091 410, 091 411 091 412, 091 413, 091 414, 091 415, 091 416, 091 417

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Power Off/On the machine... If the error persists, consult your trained Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) representative; this person is also known as the Technical Key Operator (TKO)...

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092 662, 092 663, 092 664, 092 665, 092 666, 092 667, 092 668, 092 669, 092 670, 092 671, 092 672, 092 673, 092 674, 092 675, 092 676, 092 677, 092 678, 092 679, 092 680, 092 681, 092 682, 092 683, 092 684, 092 685

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Dry ink/toner cartridge faults093 916, 093 917, 093 918, 093 919, 093 920, 093 921, 093 922, 093 923, 093 924, 093 925, 093 926, 093 927, 093 928, 093 929, 093 930, 093 931, 093 932, 093 933 093 934, 093 935, 093 936, 093 937, 093 938, 093 939

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Power Off/On the machine... If the error persists, consult your trained Xerox Productivity Plus (XPP) representative; this person is also known as the Technical Key Operator (TKO)... If error persists, contact the Customer Support Center...

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There is a problem with a USB flash drive that is installed in a USB port on the PC UI...

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Image quality This section contains a problem-solving table to help you locate and resolve an image quality problem... Locate the defect in the Problem column and perform the task in the Suggested solutions column... If the problem persists after following all the instructions, contact the Customer Support Center...

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This may be caused by too much dry ink/toner being applied to the drum; perform the Dry ink/toner cleaning procedure... Refer to the System Administration Guide for information and instructions on performing this procedure...

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Running all weights at rated speeds may result in a Cross Process Low Gloss Band... On the heavy-weight stocks, this gloss band defect starts approx- imately five inches (127 mm) from the lead edge and is approxim- ately three inches (76 mm) wide... On light-weight stocks, the defect starts approximately six inches (152 mm) from the lead edge and is approximately two inches (50 mm) wide...

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Unlike other consumable products for the machine, a replace corotron message does not display on the UI... You should replace a corotron unit only when an image quality problem called banding or rainbow banding appears on the prints... The Maintenance tab screen displays a yellow triangle or a red circle when a pre-determined number of prints using a corotron unit have been made... You should ignore these symbols and continue to use the corotron until banding is seen on prints...

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The following examples of the test print show banding in the color bar of the corotron that needs to be replaced and in the three-color bar... The three-color bar (CMY) is there to help you identify which color is showing banding...

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Note For more information on the optional Postcard bracket, refer to the Oversized High Capacity (OHCF) section of this guide and the Customer Support Center...

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From a cold start (either power on or power saver mode), less than 5 minutes From Sleep Mode/Power Saver, less than 5 minutes From standby, less than 1 minute When switching print modes (such as from black-only to 4-color), approximately 2

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B5 SEF/LEF A4 SEF/LEF A4-Cover SEF/LEF DT Special A4 SEF/LEF B4 SEF A3 SEF SRA3 SEF DT Special A3 SEF 4 x 6 in... SEF 7... 25 x 10... 5 in... SEF/LEF 8 x 10 in... SEF/LEF 8... 46 x 12... 4 in... SEF 8... 5 x 11 in... SEF/LEF 8... 5 x 13 in... SEF/LEF 8... 5 x 14 in... SEF 9 x 11 in... SEF/LEF 11 x 15 in... SEF 11 x 17 in... SEF 12 x 18 in... SEF 12... 6 x 19... 2 in... SEF 13 x 18 in... SEF 16-kai (TFX) SEF/LEF 16-kai (GCO) SEF/LEF Pa-kai (TFX) SEF pa-kai (GCO) SEF

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Environmental specifications The machine enters the Power Saver mode after 15 minutes of inactivity on the machine... The factory default time of 15 minutes can be changed when logged on as the Administrator... For more information, refer to the System Administration Guide...

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When printing jobs, if a message displays indicating that the OCT is not offsetting, check the EX Print Server to ensure that the Offset Mode is enabled... Use the following procedure to enable the Offset Mode: 1... If necessary, cancel the job from printing... 2... Select the desired job... 3... Open the job Properties... 4... Select the Finishing tab... 5... Ensure that Offset Catch Tray is selected for the Output Tray...

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6... Select the Offset Mode (shown with a check mark in the box)... 7... Select OK to save and close the Properties window... 8... Resend the print job...

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Overview The optional 2-drawer Oversized High Capacity Feeder (OHCF) provides feeds in a variety of stock sizes, including standard sizes and oversized stock up to 13 x 19... 2 in... /330... 2 x 488 mm paper... Each drawer holds 2000 sheets...

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The Postcard bracket is delivered with the OHCF from manufacturing... The Postcard bracket allows you to print on smaller size media without requiring post-processing cutting or sorting... The Postcard bracket specifically accommodates 4 x 6 in... (101... 6 x 152... 4 mm) SEF media...

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5... Install the Postcard bracket so that it sits on the locating pins on the upper frame and in the grooves on the bottom of the tray...

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1... Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job... 2... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 3... Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up... 4... Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray... 5... Load paper into the tray... 6... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the

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5... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray... Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide...

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1... Select the appropriate paper stock for your print job... 2... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 3... Open the ream of paper with the seam side facing up... 4... Fan the sheets before loading them into the tray... 5... Load and register the paper against the right side of the tray as depicted below for

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7... Adjust the paper guides by pressing in the guide release and carefully moving the Edge Guide until it lightly touches the edge of the material in the tray... Do not load materials above the MAX line located on the rear Edge Guide...

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Use the following procedure to set the skew adjustment levers... 1... Pull out the tray slowly until it stops... 2... Slide the rear skew adjustment lever to the right... 3... Gently push in the tray until it comes to a stop... 4... From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size,

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From the Tray Properties window the user can view and select a variety of functions on the paper tray... Selections available for the tray vary depending on whether the user is logged in as Operator or Administrator... The following information represents the selections available when logged in as Operator...

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Recommended Media List (RML): Provides a list of all the default, preprogrammed stocks that are available for the machine... The user can select a stock from the RML to assign temporarily to the tray... Once the Tray Properties window is closed, the stock appears name appears in blue/italics indicating that it is a temporary stock... The stock is deleted once a different stock is selected...

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If you receive this message, do the following: 1... Load the stock indicated on the Tray Stock Size Mismatch window, or 2... Change the Tray Properties to match the contents of the tray...

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Note If the front cover of the OHCF is not completely closed, a message will appear and the machine will not operate...

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Note If the front cover of the OHCF is not completely closed, a message will appear and the machine will not operate...

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3... If the paper cannot be removed, turn the knob 1c clockwise, and then remove the jammed paper...

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Check the paper in the malfunctioning tray... Power Off/On the machine... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Check the paper setting of the paper trays and power Off/On the machine... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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1... Check the paper loaded in the trays... 2... Power Off/On the machine... 3... If problems persist, contact the Customer Support Center...

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SEF: 8... 5 x 11 in... /A4, 8... 5 x 13 in... , 8... 5 x 14 in... , 10 x 14 in... /B4, 11 x 17 in... /A3, 12 x 18 in... , 12... 6 x17... 7 in... /SRA3, 13 x 18 in... , 13 x 19 in... , 12... 6 x 19... 2 in... , B5 LEF: B5, 7... 25 x 10... 5 in... (executive), A4, 8... 5 x 11 in... , 8... 0 x 10 in... Custom sizes: 182-330 mm (7... 2-13 in... ) width and 182-488 mm (7... 2-19... 2 in... ) length

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The Interface Module is an optional finishing device that is used in conjunction with other optional finishing devices... It is shown here with the optional High Capacity Stacker...

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If you want to quickly and at the point-of-need adjust the paper curl on the printed output, you may use the Manual Curl Up or Down buttons... If the printed output contains too much curl after using these buttons, refer to the System Administration Guide for information on adjusting the paper curl... The paper curl buttons are discussed in more detail later in this section...

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The module is designed with several automated presettings for controlling paper curl... When using these settings, the amount of curl correction is automatically set by the module decurler... Therefore, if paper curl is a problem, use one of the preset module decurler settings in order to eliminate the problem...

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The amount of curl correction is changed by selecting a related button... The current selected amount of curl correction is displayed by the Control Panel LEDs...

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5... Follow the instructions on the UI to clear other areas or to resume your print job...

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2... Move the lever 2a upward, turn the knob 2c counterclockwise, and remove the jammed paper...

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2... Move the lever downward, turn the knob 2c counterclockwise, and remove the jammed paper...

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1... Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas... 3... Close the front door... Verify the paper used is within the approved paper

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1... Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas... 3... Close the front door... Verify the paper used is within the approved paper

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Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions... After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area... Power Off/On the machine...

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Ensure all jam clearance handles/levers are returned to their closed positions... After clearing all jams, remove any ejected paper from the finishing output area... Power Off/On the machine...

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1... Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas... 3... Close the front door... Verify the paper used is within the approved paper

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1... Open the Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module front door... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from the jam clearance areas... 3... Close the front door... Verify the paper used is within the approved paper

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Important The HCS requires the Interface Module or the Interface Cooling Module... Module type depends on your product and machine configuration... The module acts as a communication device and paper path between the machine and the HCS...

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Tip Your system may accommodate a maximum of two High Capacity Stackers at one time... If your system has two stackers attached, they are referred to as B1 and B2... Also, with two stackers attached, and when one of them is full, automatic switching occurs between the two stackers to ensure maximum productivity for your system...

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3... Sample button: Press this button to have the HCS deliver an additional sample print such that the stack integrity is maintained... A single-page sample is provided to the output area...

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5... Remove the securing bar... 6... Remove the paper from the Stacker Tray... 7... Push the empty Stacker Cart straight into the HCS... 8... Position the securing bar on the fixed area inside the HCS... 9... Close the front door; the tray will rise to the operate position...

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General problems HCS tampers no longer in contact with paper Cause: Problem occurs when printing with Clear dry ink/toner and using media that is 120 gsm, coated, and large stock sizes (such as 12 x 18 in... /304... 8 x 457... 2 mm)...

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3... Close the green handle(s)... 4... Close the HCS Front Cover... 5... If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the

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Wait until the Unload indicator lights and then open the HCS front door... 6... Open the front door after the Unload indicator lights... 7... Pull out the stacker cart and gently remove the jammed paper...

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4... Close the green handle(s)... 5... Close the HCS Front Cover... 6... If the UI indicates there is a jam in the print engine, follow the instructions on the

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Module/Interface Cooling Module... 4... If the output has not improved, adjust the paper curl again... 5... If the output still has not improved, call the Customer Support Center...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Open the HCS front door... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas... Close the HCS front door...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check the connection between the Interface Cooling Module and the HCS...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas...

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If the problem still exists, contact the Customer Support Center... Open the HCS front door... Remove any paper from the stacker cart... Close the HCS front door...

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Stacker Tray will accept 55-350 gsm (either coated or uncoated stock) with the possibility of degraded stock quality and increased jam rate for stocks that are heavier than 300 gsm...

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Perfect binding is a process in which the leaves (pages) are bound by using an adhesive and trimming off the excess edges... The adhesive holds the interior sheets of the book together... Front and back covers may be included if desired... The final output is a finished, perfect bound book with a wrap-around cover...

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This LED lights when the compiler tray cover is locked indicating that the binder is in operation... This safety feature prevents access to the internal components...

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When a binding operation is in progress the LED changes to orange; this indicates that the front doors are locked... When no binding is in process, the LED is not illuminated, and the front doors may be opened to clear jams and to access the internal components...

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This tray is for loading cover media and inserts that will be bound to the book block during the binding process...

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This transport moves the cover media to the binding area; the cover media may come either from the cover inserter tray or from the printer (network print job)... If book binding is not required, the printed output is transferred from the incoming paper path (from the left of the Perfect Binder) directly through the binder and to the next finishing device in line...

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Press this button to warm up the adhesive or to start the manual mode process for a job...

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Located on the rear of the binder... Power to the machine is automatically interrupted when a circuit is overloaded or when a short circuit is detected... The overload causes the power switch to move to the Off position... The overload condition is reset by flipping the switch to the On position...

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The bypass path is used when an incoming job does not require the binder... The job enters from the printers paper path, is fed through the binder, and is delivered to the next finishing device in line...

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The adhesive-coated book block and cover media are bound together and then continue to the next phase of the binding process... If no cover media was specified, the book block continues through the paper path for trimming and delivery to the book stacker tray...

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The bypass transport moves the cover media to the adhesive unit where it awaits the book block...

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The binders power saver mode is independent from that of the systems power saver... However, if desired, it is possible to set both power saver modes to the same interval... The binders default time is 10 minutes; after 10 minutes of inactivity, the binder enters power saver (and the heater unit for the adhesive switches off)... This time may be changed to reflect a value of 1-240 minutes; you must enter the Administrator mode to change it...

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Loading media in the cover inserter tray This tray provides an alternate source for cover stocks... Covers may be printed and supplied by the printer, or they may be manually loaded into this tray... This is especially useful if you have pre-printed covers that you want to use for the book job...

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Submitting a job to the binder These exercises require the PDF files for the User Guide and System Administration Guide... If you do not have an electronic copy of these PDFs, download them from www... xerox... com...

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are preprinted... 10... In the Cover area of the window, select the stock on which the covers are pre-printed... 11... For cover Position, accept the default values of 0... 00 for Center and Side... 12... For Rotation Adjustment, accept the default values of 0... 00 for Top, Front and Bottom... 13... In the Trim area of the window, select Full-Bleed...

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16... Select OK... The Perfect Binder is now ready for manual operation and is offline from the printer for print line jobs... The parameters that you entered have been sent to the binder for the manual operation... Other jobs can be run on the printer, as long as they output to a stacker before the Perfect Binder, and not a finishing device after it in the configuration...

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18... For Vertical Position, leave the default value of 0... 00... If you want more trimmed from the bottom and less trimmed at the top, decrease the setting... If you want more trimmed from the top and less trimmed at the bottom, increase the setting... The total trim amount remains the same, but the bound book is shifted up or down during the cutting process...

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18... For Vertical Position, leave the default value of 0... 00... If you want more trimmed from the bottom and less trimmed at the top, decrease the setting... If you want more trimmed from the top and less trimmed at the bottom, increase the setting... The total trim amount remains the same, but the bound book is shifted up or down during the cutting process...

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This procedure describes how to use the binders manual mode for both covers and book blocks to create a finished book... Both covers and the book block (book pages) are preprinted prior to using the binders manual mode... 1... Preprint covers and book block (pages) separately and place them within reach of

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12... Select Submit... 13... Select OK to the message that parameters have been sent to the binder... 14... Select Close on the Manual Perfect Binder window... 15... At the binder, open the compiler tray cover... 16... Lift Handles 1 and 2 to gain access to the book block area... 17... Insert the book block (printed pages of the book) into the area in the LEF and face

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This procedure uses one file for covers that are preprinted on large stock and loaded into the binders cover inserter tray... A second file containing the book block is then printed at the printer and sent to the binder where the covers are automatically fed and bound to the book block... 1... Submit the cover file to the Hold queue of the print server... 2... From the print servers Hold queue, open the cover files Job Properties... 3... On the Copies and pages screen, enter the number of copies to print and bind... 4... Select Print Method, and select Simplex or Duplex from the menu...

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a) From Output tray, select Perfect Binder Tray... b) From the Pull Cover From, select the binders cover inserter tray for the cover stock... c) From Cover Content, select the desired option... d) If there is a spine title or image in the file, select From file for the Spine entry;

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This procedure uses covers that are preprinted on large stock, such 11 x 17 in... /A3, and loaded into the binders cover inserter tray... A single file containing the book block is printed and sent to the binder... At the binder the covers are automatically fed and bound to the book block producing a finished book...

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15... In the Cover Content area of the window, for Content input, select Pre-Printed... 16... For Spine Width, use the arrows to set the size of the spine... 17... Under Body Position, for Booklet Scaling, select None or Shrink to Body Size... 18... For Centering Adjustment, select how you want the book images positioned on the

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Front & Back Separately: Select if the front cover images are on the first page and the back cover images are on the last page of the file... If you select this setting, also set both the Front Cover (Page 1) and Back Cover (Page N) menus to one of the following: Print on Outside, Print on Inside, Print on Both Sides, or Do not Print...

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2... Disconnect the power cord at the back of the binder... 3... Use a damp, water-moistened (not wet), lint-free cloth to clean the covers and doors... 4... Open each green-handle area and clean the surfaces of these areas... 5... Remove any residual moisture with a dry, lint-free cloth... 6... Return all the green levers to their original positions... 7... Reconnect the power cord to the binder...

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1... Open the trimmer waste tray... 2... Lift and remove the inside tray/bin... 3... Empty the contents of the tray/bin into a waste container... 4... Visually check to ensure that all scraps are removed from the tray area of the machine... 5... Reinstall the tray/bin into the trimmer waste tray... 6... Gently close the trimmer waste drawer...

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height of the pellets is even and level and just below the adhesive limit line... 5... Close the inner and outer covers... 6... Close the adhesive filling tray; an audible click is heard when the tray locks into

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4... Lift handle 2 to the right and remove any jammed paper... 5... Return handles 2, 1a, and 1b their original positions... 6... Close the compiler tray cover... 7... Follow the instructions displayed on the system UI to restart your print job...

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1... Open the inserter cover... 2... Open the inserter inner cover (3a)... 3... Open the right guide (3b)... 4... Remove any jammed paper... 5... Close the areas 3b, 3a, and the inserter cover... 6... If desired, reload paper into the cover inserter tray... 7... Follow the instructions displayed on the system UI to restart your print job...

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1... Open the entrance transport front door... 2... Open area 4a and remove any jammed paper... 3... Open area 4b and remove any jammed paper... 4... Return handles 4b and 4a to their original positions... 5... Follow the instructions displayed on the system UI to restart your print job...

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3... Return handle 5a to its original position... 4... Lift handle 5b, rotate knob 6d, and remove any jammed paper...

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Power interruption during operation Note When power is interrupted to the binder during a print job, the book trimmings may remain in the paper path... Perform the following steps to clear the paper path...

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Remedy: Close the cover... If fault continues, power on/off the system... If fault continues, contact the Customer Support Center...

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053-900, 053-901, 052-902, 052-903, 052-904, 052-905, 052-906, 052-907, 052-908, 052-909, 052-910, 052-911, 052-912, 052-913, 052-914, 052-915, 052-916

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054-210, 054-211, 054-212, 054-213, 054-214, 054-215, 054-216, 054-217, 054-218, 054-219, 054-220, 054-221, 054-222, 054-223, 054-224, 054-225, 054-226, 054-227, 054-228, 054-229, 054-230, 054-231, 054-232, 054-233, 054-234, 054-235, 054-236, 054-237, 054-238, 054-239, 054-240, 054-240, 054-241, 054-242, 054-243, 054-244, 054-245, 054-246, 054-247, 054-248, 054-249, 054-250, 054-251, 054-252, 054-253, 054-254, 054-255, 054-256, 054-257, 054-258, 054-259, 054-260, 054-261, 054-262, 054-263, 054-264, 054-265, 054-266, 054-267, 054-268, 054-269, 054-270, 054-271, 054-272, 054-273, 054-274, 054-275, 054-276, 054-277, 054-278, 054-279, 054-280, 054-281, 054-282, 054-283, 054-284, 054-285, 054-286, 054-287, 054-288, 054-289, 054-290, 054-291, 054-292, 054-293, 054-294, 054-295, 054-296, 054-297, 054-298, 054-299

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Remedy: Open the book stacker tray and remove the defective books... Dispose of accordingly... Close the tray... If fault continues, power on/off the system... If fault continues, contact the Customer Support Center...

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Perfect binding is a process in which the leaves (pages) are bound by using an adhesive and trimming off the excess edges... The adhesive holds the interior sheets of the book together... Front and back covers may be included if desired... The final output is a finished, perfect bound book with a wrap-around cover...

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Refer to the printers specifications for acceptable paper sizes and weights... These paper types can be transported through the binders bypass mode directly to the next inline finishing device... The printers specifications can be found earlier in this user guide...

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Approximately enough space for paper cuttings from approximately 15 books (when binding 100 sheets of 8... 5 x 11 in... /A4 paper and trimming them to 6... 93 x 9... 84 in... /B5 size)...

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2... Standard or Booklet Maker Finisher: These finishers provide a wide range of finishing and folding options... The Booklet Maker Finisher is shown in the above illustration...

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The Top Tray is used for stacked output, and can receive up to 500 sheets of 20 lb... /80 gsm paper... Copies are delivered here when specific output features are selected, such as Automatic sorting, Collated, Uncollated, or Normal...

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Manual decurling feature on the finisher The finisher provides a manual decurling feature, which allows you to adjust the curl of the print output at point of need...

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Folding feature If your machine is equipped with the Booklet Maker Finisher and/or the C/Z Folder, you can make prints using the folding option... The option folds your prints in half (single or bi-folding) or in thirds (C-fold or Z-fold types)... The folding option is selected from the print driver...

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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... The Z-Fold Half-Sheet output is delivered to the C/Z Fold output tray...

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4... From the Tray Properties window, enter the correct paper information, including size, type, weight, and if necessary, decurler and/or alignment option If enabled by your System Administrator, the Paper Tray Properties screen may be displayed on the UI...

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Xerox supplies, including staples, staple cartridges, and staple waste containers can be ordered from Xerox by going to www... xerox... com and clicking on either the Contact Us link for specific contact information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on the Supplies and entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family and model type)...

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3... Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge from the finisher...

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In addition to the standard stapler, the Booklet Maker Finisher is equipped with a booklet stapler... When this booklet stapler needs to be replaced, a message appears on the UI... 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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The machine displays a message indicating that the Staple Waste Container is full... To replace the container: 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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3... Locate the Staple Waste Container ( R5) in the finisher, and move the lock lever to the unlock position...

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Caution Only remove the Punch Waste Container while the system is powered ON... If you switch off the power when emptying the container, the machine cannot detect that the container was emptied...

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Finisher problem solving Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Note Remedies differ according to the paper jam location... Follow the instructions displayed to remove the jammed paper...

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Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 1d 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 1b 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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4... If you cannot remove the paper, return the lever 2e/2f to its original position... Swing the lever 2e/2f, turn the knob 2c to the right, and remove the jammed paper...

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Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at unit 4 and knob 4a 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Paper jams at finisher top tray 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Remove jammed paper from the finisher top tray...

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Paper jams at finisher stacker tray 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Remove jammed paper from the finisher stacker tray...

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Paper jams at the optional booklet maker tray 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Note Depending on the type of paper that is being stapled, the stapled nails may be bent... If the bent nails are stuck inside the machine, they may eventually cause paper jams... Remove the bent staple when opening the staple cartridge cover... If you do not remove the bent staple, a staple jam may occur as a result... Use the staple cartridge cover only when removing the bent staple...

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3... Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge from the finisher...

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Staple jams in the booklet maker cartridge Note Always check inside the finisher for any individual staples or staple remnants...

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Warning To avoid injury to your fingers, carefully remove the jammed staples from the cartridge...

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3... Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge from the finisher...

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6... While holding the lever down, turn over the unit and remove the staple cartridge from the unit...

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If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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If the error persists, contact the Customer Support Center... Check for any obstructions in the paper path and clear them...

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Cause: When feeding paper from the Post-Process Inserter Tray, the designated paper size and the actual size of paper in the tray differ...

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Remedy: Remove all paper from the stacker tray and remove any other obstructions...

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Note Transparencies can be sent to the TOP tray of the finisher ONLY... Transparencies cannot be sent to the stacker (middle) tray...

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*When using A4 LEF, B5 LEF, 8... 5 x 11 in... LEF, 8 x 10 in... LEF, 7... 5 x 10... 5 in... LEF only... When using paper of other sizes, tray capacity is 1,500 sheets and 100 sets... **Tray may not support some paper types...

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64-80 gsm, Uncoated: 25 sheets 81-90 gsm, Uncoated: 20 sheets 91-105 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets 106-128 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 129-150 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 151-176 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 177-220 gsm, Uncoated: 5 sheets, Coated: 5 sheets 221-256 gsm, 4 sheets max... coated or uncoated 257-350 gsm, 3 sheets max, coated or uncoated

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Paper size: A4/8... 5 x 11 in... Number of sheets to be folded: 1 sheet Capacity: Minimum 30 sheets (When using Xerox 20 lb... /75 gsm

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The booklet is assembled and stapled in the booklet area of the finisher; therefore, the booklet enters the SquareFold Trimmer Module already assembled... Any adjustments to the image of the original and its placement on the booklet page must be done from the machine UI, your print driver, or from the print server...

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Note Always refer to the SquareFold Trimmer Module Hints and Tips section before using the SquareFold Trimmer Module... The hints and tips section provides valuable information about setting up your jobs, which in turn ensures the best possible output for your print/copy jobs...

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Note Booklets exiting/leaving the SquareFold Trimmer Module may contain trim remnants/scraps from the previously trimmed booklet... This is due to static electricity build-up and is normal... If booklets contain trim remnants/scraps, simply remove and discard them...

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Note The Square Fold options are available from your computer print driver, from your print server, or from your machine UI (if it is a copier/printer)... This is discussed in more detail in the section entitled Square Fold options...

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Note For the remainder of this section, the SquareFold Trimmer Module Control Panel and the machine UI screens are shown... The individual print server and print driver screens are not shown... The descriptions given for each of the Square Fold options are applicable for network print jobs and apply to any print server/print driver connected to the machine...

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For network print jobs, the Square Fold feature and its related options can be accessed either from your computers print driver (before the job is submitted for printing or at the print server (after the job is submitted for printing)... To access the Square Fold feature/options for network print jobs, perform the following: 1... For jobs being sent from your computer, continue to the next step...

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4... Ensure that the correct output tray is selected (Booklet Maker Tray)... 5... If necessary, ensure that the correct Stapling/Finishing/Folding features are selected... 6... Select the desired Square Fold (Book Pressing) option... 7... Select OK to save selections and close any Properties windows... 8... Send the job to the machine...

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Note Trim settings cannot be adjusted to remove less than 2 mm (0... 078 in... ) or more than 20 mm (0... 787 in... ) of edge material from the booklet... Adjustments less than 2 mm (0... 078 in... ) may produce poor trim quality, and adjustments greater 20 mm (0... 078 in... ) result in no trimming to the booklet edge...

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For network print jobs, the Trimmer feature and its related options can be accessed either from your computers print driver (before the job is submitted for printing or at the print server (after the job is submitted for printing)... To access the Trimmer feature/options for network print jobs, perform the following: 1... For jobs being sent from your computer, continue to the next step...

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What is the desired size of the finished booklet? Does the booklet contain full-page images? Are you using preprinted covers with full-page images? Are you trimming the booklet? Do you need to shift any full-page images in order to ensure they fit on the finished

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Jam clearance Note The top covers cannot be opened during normal operation or when the machine is idle... The covers can be opened only when an indicator is lit and a jam/fault occurs within the SquareFold Trimmer Module... For indicator details, refer to the control panel information earlier in this section...

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4... Check for loose trim scraps along the paper path and remove them... 5... Close the Top Left and Right Covers... 6... Empty the Trimmer Waste Container... 7... Ensure that the Trimmer Waste Container is completely pushed in/closed... 8... Ensure that all covers on the SquareFold Trimmer Module are closed... 9... If the SquareFold Trimmer Module Control Panel and/or the machines UI indicate

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Note A message will be displayed and the machine will not operate if the right cover of the finisher is even slightly open...

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If a jam/fault occurs in the SquareFold Trimmer Module, the machines UI displays a jam/fault message... The following table provides a list of fault codes for the SquareFold Trimmer Module and a list of related finisher fault codes...

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Note The top covers cannot be opened during normal operation or when the machine is idle... The covers can be opened only when an indicator is lit and a jam/fault occurs within the SquareFold Trimmer Module... For indicator details, refer to the control panel information earlier in this section...

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1... Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas... 3... Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers... 4... Check the Trimmer Waste Container:

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1... Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas... 3... Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers... 4... Check the Trimmer Waste Container:

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1... Pull open the container and empty any trimmer scraps from it... 2... Reinsert the container into the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 3... Ensure that the container is fully pushed in, and that the indicator light is not lit... 4... If fault persists, repeat the previous steps... 5... If fault persists, power off/on the machine... 6... If fault persists, call for service...

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1... Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas... 3... Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers... 4... Check the Trimmer Waste Container:

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1... Open the Top Left and Right Covers of the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 2... Carefully remove all sheets and paper scraps from jam clearance areas... 3... Close the SquareFold Trimmer Module Top Left and Right Covers... 4... Check the Trimmer Waste Container:

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1... Pull open the container and empty any trimmer scraps from it... 2... Reinsert the container into the SquareFold Trimmer Module... 3... Ensure that the container is fully pushed in, and that the indicator light is not lit... 4... If fault persists, repeat the previous steps... 5... If fault persists, power off/on the machine... 6... If fault persists, call for service...

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Note The SquareFold Trimmer Module requires both Interface Module and the Booklet Maker Finisher...

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The Standard Finisher Plus acts as a communication device and provides a paper path between the print engine, the required Interface Module/Interface Cooling Module, and any third-party, Document Finishing Architecture (DFA) device that is attached to the machine...

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Output prints are fed from the machine (and any attached optional finishing device) to the Finisher Module... The Finishing Transport serves as an interface to transfer paper from the Finisher Module and the attached third-party output device... The Finishing Transport moves the paper from the Finisher Module to one of the three Finishing Transport exits... The height of the paper entry on the third-party, DFA device must align with the Finishing Transport exit 1 or exit 2...

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If your machine is equipped with the Booklet Maker Finisher and/or the C/Z Folder, you can make prints using the folding option... The option folds your prints in half (single or bi-folding) or in thirds (C-fold or Z-fold types)... The folding option is selected from the print driver...

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Fold types Important The Single Fold (Bi-Fold) option is available only with the Booklet Maker Finisher... The C-Fold and Z-Fold options are available only with the C/Z Folder...

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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... The Z-Fold Half-Sheet output is delivered to the C/Z Fold output tray...

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The Finishing Transport serves as an interface to transfer paper from the Finisher Module and the at- tached third-party output device...

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The mimic display indicates the status of the Finishing Transport and the location of the paper jams...

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Xerox supplies, paper, and throughput material can be ordered from Xerox by going to www... xerox... com and clicking on either the Contact Us link for specific contact information/telephone numbers in your area or by clicking on the Supplies and entering/selecting your specific machine information (product family and model type)...

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3... Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge from the finisher...

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The machine displays a message indicating that the Staple Waste Container is full... To replace the container: 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the right cover on the finisher...

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Note A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open even slightly...

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Caution Only remove the Punch Waste Container while the system is powered ON... If you switch off the power when emptying the container, the machine cannot detect that the container was emptied...

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Note A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open even slightly...

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Paper jams at lever 1a and knob 1c 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 1d 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 1b 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Open the finisher left cover...

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Paper jams at lever 3b and 3d Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Note A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open even slightly...

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Paper jams at lever 3e and knob 3c Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at lever 3g and knob 3f Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at lever 4b and knob 3a Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at lever 2a and knob 3a Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c Remove jams at knob 2c, levers 2e and 2f, and the folder output tray (2d) Paper jams at the folder output tray (2d) and at lever 2g

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Note A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open even slightly...

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Paper jams at lever 2b and knob 2c Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at 2d and lever 2g Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Note A message will display and the machine will not operate if the right cover is open even slightly...

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Paper jams in areas 4b and 4c Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at the finisher output area Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs...

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Paper jams at finisher stacker tray 1... Make sure that the machine has stopped printing... 2... Remove jammed paper from the finisher stacker tray...

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Tip Always ensure that all paper jams, including any small ripped pieces of paper, are cleared before proceeding with your print jobs... If paper is torn, check inside the Finishing Transport and remove it...

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paper in this area... 5... Return the green handle 2 to its original position... 6... Close the Finishing Transport front door... 7... Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status

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3... Remove the jammed paper... 4... Return the green handle 3 to its original position... 5... Close the Finishing Transport front door... 6... Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status

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the entrance to the attached third-party device... 5... Return the green handle 4 to its original position... 6... Close the Finishing Transport front door... 7... Ensure that the paper jam indication is cleared from the Finishing Transport status

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Note Depending on the type of paper that is being stapled, the stapled nails may be bent... If the bent nails are stuck inside the machine, they may eventually cause paper jams... Remove the bent staple when opening the staple cartridge cover... If you do not remove the bent staple, a staple jam may occur as a result... Use the staple cartridge cover only when removing the bent staple...

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3... Grasp the Staple Cartridge handle located at R1, and pull out the staple cartridge from the finisher...

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If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center...

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If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center...

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Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing Transport paper paths and clear them...

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Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing Transport paper paths and clear them...

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Check for any obstructions or paper jams in the Finishing Module and Finishing Transport paper paths and clear them...

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If an error code appears that is not listed in the table below, or if an error persists after following the listed solution, then contact your Xerox Customer Support Center...

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If necessary, refer to the DFA user documentation for setting/changing profile values... If necessary, power Off/On the machine, and if necessary, resend/restart your print

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Optional C/Z Folder tray: Supports A4 (SEF) and 8... 5 x 11 in... (SEF) Delivery to a supported third-party, DFA device:

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*When using A4 LEF, B5 LEF, 8... 5 x 11 in... LEF, 8 x 10 in... LEF, 7... 5 x 10... 5 in... LEF only... When using paper of other sizes, tray capacity is 1,500 sheets and 100 sets... **Tray may not support some paper types...

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64-80 gsm, Uncoated: 25 sheets 81-90 gsm, Uncoated: 20 sheets 91-105 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets 106-128 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 129-150 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 151-176 gsm, Uncoated: 10 sheets, Coated: 10 sheets 177-220 gsm, Uncoated: 5 sheets, Coated: 5 sheets 221-256gsm, 4 sheets max... coated or uncoated 257-350gsm, 3 sheets max, coated or uncoated

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Paper size: A4/8... 5 x 11 in... Number of sheets to be folded: 1 sheet Capacity: Minimum 30 sheets (When using Xerox 20 lb... /75 gsm

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dry ink/toner waste bottle 9-19 replacing a dry ink/toner cartridge 9-16 replacing a dry ink/toner waste bottle 9-20 replacing consumable supplies 9-15 replacing the Fuser Web Assembly 9-21

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clearing jams 14-4 control panel 14-2 fault codes 14-8 manual decurler buttons on the Interface Module 14-3 paper curl settings on the Interface Module 14-3 paper jams at lever 1a 14-4 paper jams at lever 2a 14-5 paper jams at lever 2b 14-7 paper path 14-3 preset decurler settings on the Interface Module problem solving

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Standard Finisher Plus area 1 19-30 area 2 19-32 area 3 19-33 area 4 area4 19-34 areas 4b and 4c 19-28 at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d 19-25 at 2d and lever 2g 19-26 finisher stacker tray 17-28, 19-30 finisher top tray 17-27, 19-29 lever 1a and knob 1c 19-14 lever 1b 17-17, 19-16 lever 1d 17-16, 19-15 lever 2a and knob 3a 19-22 lever 2b and knob 2c 19-24 lever 3b and 3d 19-17 lever 3e and knob 3c 19-19 lever 3g and knob 3f 19-20 lever 4b and knob 3a 19-21 Tray 8 (Post-Process Inserter) 17-14, 19-13

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problem solving 16-27 removing books from the binder 16-13 replenishing the adhesive filling tray 16-26 specifications 16-38 standard path 16-9 submitting a job to the binder 16-13

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area 1 19-30 area 2 19-32 area 3 19-33 area 4 19-34 areas 4b and 4c 19-28 at 2c, 2e, 2f, and 2d 19-25 at 2d and lever 2g 19-26 finisher stacker tray 17-28, 19-30 finisher top tray 17-27, 19-29 lever 1a and knob 1c 19-14 lever 1b 17-17, 19-16 lever 1d 17-16, 19-15 lever 2a and knob 3a 19-22 lever 2b and knob 2c 19-24 lever 3b and 3d 19-17 lever 3e and knob 3c 19-19 lever 3g and knob 3f 19-20 lever 4b and knob 3a 19-21 Tray 8 (Post-Process Inserter) 17-14, 19-13

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loading pre-drilled stock in Trays 1 and 2 6-3, 6-3 loading pre-drilled stock in Trays A1-1 and A1-2 (OHCF) 13-5, 13-6 loading tab stock in Trays 1 and 2 6-1 loading tab stock in Trays 1 and2 loading tab stock in Trays A1-1 and A1-2 (OHCF) 13-4 loading transparencies in Trays 1 and 2 6-2 loading transparencies in Trays A1-1 and A1-2 (OHCF) 13-5 with 1-Sided print jobs

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