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Konica 1216 Copier
As an ENERGY STAR partner, Konica Business Technologies, Inc. has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
Konica 1216 Users Manual 1998 by Konica Business Technologies, Inc. Disclaimer Konica Business Technologies, Inc. has made every effort to ensure that the information in this manual is complete and accurate. However, constant efforts are also being made to improve and update the product. Therefore, Konica Business Technologies, Inc. shall not be liable for errors in this manual or for any consequential damages resulting from the use of this manual. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. FEDERAL OR STATE STATUTES MAY PROHIBIT THE COPYING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS OR INFORMATION, RESULTING IN FINES OR IMPRISONMENT FOR VIOLATOR. Users Manual Part Number OP-01-1216 Web Site http://www. konicabt. com Correspondence Konica welcomes your comments regarding the content of this manual. Mail all correspondence regarding documentation to the following address: Konica Business Technologies, Inc. Digital Systems Solutions Group & New Product Development 500 Day Hill Road Windsor, CT 06095
Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction
To the User... Copier Highlights... Features.... Standard Equipment... Optional Equipment... Using this Manual... 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-4
Section 2: Safety Information
FCC Regulations... 2-2 Canadian Department of Communications Regulations.. 2-2 User Instructions... 2-3 Safety Alert Symbols... 2-3 Machine Safety Labels... 2-4 Installation Requirements... 2-6 Power Source Information... 2-7 Machine Handling and Care.. 2-8 Routine Safety Check... 2-11
Section 3: Copier Information
External View... 3-2 Internal View... 3-4 Options.... 3-5 Control Panel... 3-6 Site Requirements.... 3-8 Turning the Copier On... 3-10 Power Saver... 3-10 Auto Low Power... 3-11 Manual Shut-Off... 3-11 Auto Shut-Off... 3-11 Automatic Settings... 3-12 Initial Machine Settings... 3-12 Auto Reset... 3-12 Automatic Paper Selection (APS).. 3-12 Automatic Exposure Selection (AES).. 3-13 Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS). 3-13 Automatic Edge Delete... 3-13 Latch.... 3-13
Section 4: Paper Specifications
Originals on Platen Glass... Originals on Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).. Copy Paper in Main Body Trays... Copy Paper in Drawer Base (DB-207A).. Copy Paper in Drawer Base (DB-607).. Copy Paper and Special Stock in Bypass.. Copy Paper in 10-Bin In-Bin Stapler Sorter (ST-104). Copy Paper in 10-Bin Off-Line Stapler Sorter (ST-103). Paper Capacity/Size/Weight Compatibility Chart. 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-4
Section 5: Basic Copying
Copying from the Platen Glass... 5-2 Copying from the Document Feeder (ADF).. 5-3 Using the Bypass... 5-4 Copy Density... 5-5 AES... 5-5 Manual Density... 5-5 Copy Size... 5-6 Lens Modes.... 5-7 Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS).. 5-7 Preset and User Preset Ratios.. 5-8 Programming a User Preset Ratio.. 5-9 Zoom Mode.... 5-10 Special Ratio Table... 5-11 Using the Sorter... 5-12 Specifications: 10-Bin In-Bin Stapler Sorter (ST-104).. 5-12 Specifications: 10-Bin Off-Line Stapler Sorter (ST-103). 5-13 Non-Sort, Sort, and Group Modes for ST-104/103. 5-14 Staple-Sort Modes for ST-104.. 5-15 Automatic In-Bin Stapling.. 5-15 Manual In-Bin Stapling... 5-15 Off-Line Stapling Option.. 5-16
Section 6: Duplex Copying
Manual Duplex... 6-2 1-Sided to 2-Sided Using the Bypass.. 6-2 2-Sided to 2-Sided Using the Bypass.. 6-3
Section 7: Special Copying
Shift/Reduce & Shift... 7-2 Using the Platen Glass... 7-2 Using the ADF... 7-3 Frame and Fold Erasure... 7-4 Using Frame and Fold Erasure.. 7-4 Setting Frame Erasure.. 7-5 Setting Fold Erasure... 7-6 Book Copy.... 7-7 Mixed Original... 7-8 OHP Interleave.... 7-9 Auto Copy... 7-10
Section 8: Maintenance and Supplies
Service, Supplies, and Repairs... 8-2 Daily Maintenance.... 8-3 Cleaning the Platen Glass... 8-3 Cleaning the Inner Surface of the Platen Cover.. 8-3 Cleaning the ADF Conveyance Belt Surface.. 8-3 Cleaning the Corona Wire... 8-4 Removing/Inserting Paper Trays.. 8-4 Loading Paper... 8-5 Service-Adjustable Tray (Tray 1, 2 and 4).. 8-5 LCT (Large Capacity Tray: Tray 3).. 8-6 User-Adjustable Tray (Option).. 8-7 Adding Toner... 8-8 Replacing the Staple Cartridge... 8-10 In-Bin Stapler... 8-10 Off-Line Stapler... 8-11 Installing the Off-Line Corner Stapling Adapter. 8-12 Removing the Off-Line Corner Stapling Adapter.. 8-12 Preventive Maintenance... 8-13 Reading the PM Count... 8-13 Moving the Copier... 8-14
Unit: inches (mm)
59.7 (1520) 24.4 (620) 19.7(500) 15.7 (400) 31.5 (800) 57.4 (1460) 37.8 (960) 62.2 (1579) 22.8 (579)
Konica 1216 with Stand
63.4 (1610) 24.4 (620) 19.7(500) 15.7 (400) 31.5 (800) 62.2 (1579) 23.0 (584)
62.0 (1575) 42.3 (1075)
Konica 1216 with DF-204, DB-207A and ST-103
3-8 Copier Information
Site Requirements (continued)
65.3 (1660) 24.4 (620) 19.7(500) 15.7 (400) 31.5 (800) 62.2 (1579) 23.0 (584)
Konica 1216 with DF-204, DB-607 and ST-104
Copier Information 3-9
Turning the Copier On
1 Turn ON the main power switch, located on the left front of the copier and wait approximately 65 seconds for copier to warm up. 2 When warm up is completed, the START PRINT light changes from amber to blue-green and the copier is ready to copy using initial machine settings.
NOTE: To conserve energy, be sure to turn off the copier at the end of the workday.
There are two modes for the power saver as described below. Auto Low Power mode: The mode conserves energy by lowering the temperature setting of the fixing unit. This provides a two-fold compatible function that serves to minimize energy consumption and maximize copying performance. Shut-Off mode (Auto/Manual): The mode conserves energy by partially turning OFF the power supply. The copying performance of this mode is inferior to the conservation can be achieved.
To prevent accidents, shut off power when copier is not expected to be used for a long period; at night, for example.
3-10 Copier Information
Power Saver (continued)
Auto Low Power If certain period of time (detected from 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 minutes) has passed after completion of the last copy, with the copier kept ready for copying, power saving will work automatically. The power saving message will be displayed, but the power saver indicator will not light. The initial time is 15 minutes, and the time can be changed by service. Please contact your service representative. To release the auto low power mode, press any key except START PRINT and POWER SAVER. Manual Shut-Off 1 Press POWER SAVER on the control panel. The LED will light and all other areas of the control panel will not be lit. 2 To release the shut-off mode and make copies, press any key except START PRINT.
Auto Shut-Off When a certain period of time has elapsed since completion of a copying operation (detected from 30, 60, 90, 120 minutes, or no setting) and the copier is ready for copying, the shut-off mode (if turned On) will automatically go into effect. The initial setting time of 30 minutes can be changed by service. Please contact your service representative. To release the shut-off mode and make copies, press any key except START PRINT.
Copier Information 3-11
Initial Machine Settings The machine settings listed below describe the initial condition of the copier after warm up is completed. These initial settings will be restored automatically if Auto Reset is set at 2 minutes, or if AUTO is pressed. ADF, AES, APS, and Sorter are service adjustable. Print Quantity: 1 Magnification: 1.00 AES: ON APS: ON ADF: ON, if equipped Sorter: OFF, if equipped Special Features: OFF Auto Reset None or 2 Minutes If Auto Reset is activated by your service representative, the initial machine settings will reset automatically after 2 minutes have elapsed since manual selections were made. Otherwise, the initial machine settings can be restored manually by pressing AUTO on the control panel. Automatic Paper Selection (APS) APS functions as a scanless operation. When the APS light is on, the appropriate copy paper size feeds automatically for the following original sizes on both the platen glass and ADF: 11x17, 8.5x14, 8.5x11, or 8.5x11R. ADF originals that are 5.5x8.5 will be detected as 8.5x11. The next larger copy size will be selected for non-standard originals; for example, an 8x13 original will select 8.5x14 copy paper size. Platen originals that are 5.5"x8.5" will be detected as 8.5"x11"R. APS can be set by service, as required. If there is no copy paper that is the same size as the original, the display will flash indicating the necessary paper size. When copy size is selected manually, APS will not function and the APS indicator light will go out. APS can also be disabled by pressing BOOK COPY, raising the ADF, or changing the lens mode.
3-12 Copier Information
Automatic Settings (continued)
Automatic Exposure Selection (AES) When the AES light is on, exposure is selected automatically to produce the appropriate copy density. Manual density adjustments override AES. Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS) AMS operates automatically when copy size is selected manually, i.e., when copy size is smaller or larger than the original. The copier automatically reduces or enlarges the copy image to accommodate the selected paper size. Automatic Edge Delete Automatic Edge Delete automatically erases all four borders of the page by a maximum of 5mm to enhance copy quality and copy reliability when using the document feeder. This feature can be activated or de-activated by your Konica service representative. Latch If START PRINT is pressed to give a command of copy start when immediate copying cannot be started during warm-up or lens movement, copying will start as soon as the copier becomes ready for copying.
INCOMPATIBLE: Using bypass, APS ORIGINAL COPY 11"x17" LEDGER 8.5"x14" LEDGER 8.5"x11" LETTER 8.5"x11"R 5.5"x8.5"R 11"x17" LEDGER 1.00 0.77 0.50 0.65 0.50 8.5"x14" LEDGER 1.21 1.00 0.61 0.79 0.61 8.5"x11" LEDGER 1.00 0.77 1.00 0.77 0.50
8.5"x11"R 1.29 1.00 0.77 1.00 0.65
NOTES: 1 To copy 5.5x8.5 originals to copy paper size 5.5x8.5, press COPY SIZE to select 5.5x8.5, then select 1.00 magnification. 2 To determine ratios for non-standard paper sizes, refer to the Special Ratio Table on page 5-11. Basic Copying 5-7
Lens Modes (continued)
Preset and User Preset Ratios Use the Preset and User Preset lens modes to increase or decrease magnification in fixed increments. The seven available Preset ratios are factory-set. One frequently-used ratio can also be programmed and stored as a User Preset ratio and reprogrammed by the user as needed.
PRESET RATIOS: 0.50, 0.65, 0.77, 1.00, 1.29, 1.55, 2.00 USER PRESET RATIO: Programmable from 0.50~2.00 in 1% increments
1 Press LENS MODE to illuminate the Preset or User Preset indicator.
2 To display the desired Preset ratio, press [v] or [w]. To display the User Preset ratio, press [v] after 2.00 is displayed.
3 When the desired ratio is displayed in the ratio window, press START PRINT.
NOTE: To select 0.50 quickly, press [w] and [P] simultaneously. To select 2.00 quickly, press [v] and [P] simultaneously. To scroll, press the magnification arrows continuously. 5-8 Basic Copying
Programming a User Preset Ratio For convenience, program a frequently-used ratio that is not available as a factory preset ratio. This ratio can be set and changed by the user as needed.
USER PRESET RATIO: Programmable from 0.50~2.00 in 1% increments
1 While pressing [P], press LENS MODE. The User Preset indicator light will flash.
2 Use the Keypad to enter a three-digit ratio (0.50~2.00). 3 If necessary, press STOP/ CLEAR to restore the original ratio or to clear a mis-entry. 4 Press [P] to store the new ratio.
NOTE: The User Preset ratio will remain stored until it is overwritten. Basic Copying 5-9
Zoom Mode Use the Zoom mode to increase or decrease magnification in 1% increments.
ZOOM RANGE: 0.50 through 2.00 in 1% increments
1 Press LENS MODE to select Zoom mode. The Zoom indicator will light.
2 Press [w] to reduce the current ratio, or press [v] to enlarge the current ratio. 3 When the desired ratio is displayed in the ratio window, press START PRINT.
1 Place originals FACE DOWN on platen glass with page heading at top. 2 Press SHIFT/REDUCE & SHIFT to select Shift or Reduce & Shift. 3 Press START PRINT. 4 To clear Image Shift mode, press AUTO.
Shift Result: 1s1: Image shifts right every page
NOTES: 1 When using bypass with Reduce & Shift, a 3% reduction is automatically selected. 2 To remove an existing binding margin, place page heading at bottom. 7-2 Special Copying
Shift/Reduce & Shift (continued)
Using the ADF
1 Place originals FACE DOWN on ADF with page heading at top. 2 Press SHIFT/REDUCE & SHIFT to select Shift or Reduce & Shift. 3 Press START PRINT. 4 To clear Image Shift mode, press AUTO.
NOTES: 1 When using bypass with Reduce & Shift, a 3% reduction is automatically selected. 2 To remove an existing binding margin, place page heading at bottom. Special Copying 7-3
Frame and Fold Erasure
Using Frame and Fold Erasure When copying a page or dual pages of an opened book onto one sheet of the same size, use Frame/Fold Erasure separately or together to eliminate the black copy marks along borders and the center strip. Original size and copy size should be the same.
FRAME ERASURE: 05mm/10mm/15mm FRAME PAPER SIZE: 11x17, 8.5x14, 8.5x11, 8.5x11R, 5.5x8.5 FOLD ERASURE: 10mm/20mm/30mm FOLD PAPER SIZE: 11x17 or 8.5x11R FRAME AND FOLD PAPER SIZE: 11x17 or 8.5x11R INCOMPATIBLE: Using bypass, Book Copy
FOLD ERASURE FRAME
1 Place book or sheet on platen glass or ADF. 2 Select copy size, if required. 3 Set Frame/Fold Erasure, as needed (see pages 7-5~7-6). 4 Press ERASURE once to select Frame Erasure, twice to select Fold Erasure, three times to select Frame and Fold erasure. 5 Enter print quantity. 6 Press START PRINT. Frame erases borders. Fold erases center strip. Frame and Fold erases borders and center strip.
NOTE: When copying an 11x17 original to an 8.5x11R copy, select a 0.65 reduction ratio after selecting the copy size. 7-4 Special Copying
Frame and Fold Erasure (continued)
Setting Frame Erasure Set Frame Erasure when using Frame Erasure to eliminate the black copy marks along borders. Refer to page 7-4 for instructions on using Frame and/or Fold Erasure.
FRAME MEASUREMENT: 05mm/10mm/15mm
1 Press ERASURE to select Frame Erasure. 2 While pressing [P], press ERASURE. The Frame light will flash, and the current Frame measurement will be displayed in the print quantity window. 3 Use keypad to enter a Frame measurement (05mm, 10mm, 15mm). Press:  for 5mm  for 10mm  for 15mm The Frame measurement is displayed in the print quantity window. 4 Press [P] twice to store the Frame measurement. The Frame light will be still, and the initial print quantity will be displayed. Frame Erasure eliminates black copy marks along borders.
NOTE: The frame setting will remain valid until it is changed. Special Copying 7-5
Setting Fold Erasure Set Fold Erasure when using Frame Erasure to eliminate the black copy marks along center strip. Refer to page 7-4 for instructions on using Frame and/or Fold Erasure.
FOLD MEASUREMENT: 10mm/20mm/30mm
1 Press ERASURE to select Fold Erasure. 2 While pressing [P], press ERASURE, then press [P] again. The Fold light will flash, and the current Fold measurement will be displayed in the print quantity window. 3 Use keypad to enter a Frame measurement (10mm, 20mm, 30mm). Press:  for 10mm  for 20mm  for 30mm The Fold measurement is displayed in the print quantity window. 4 Press [P] to store the Fold measurement. The Fold light will be still, and the initial print quantity will be displayed. Fold Erasure eliminates black copy marks along borders.
NOTE: The fold setting will remain valid until it is changed. 7-6 Special Copying
Use Book Copy to copy an open book or a large sheet onto two 8.5x11 sheets; or to increase manual copying speed, place two lettersized sheets side by side on the platen glass.
BOOK SIZE: 15 lb (6.8kg) maximum; approximately 11x17 when opened BOOK THICKNESS: 1.6 (40mm) maximum SHEET SIZE: 11x17 COPY PAPER: 8.5x11 (even number of sheets) INCOMPATIBLE: ADF, APS, AMS, Frame/Fold Erasure, OHP Interleave, Mixed size originals HINT: If book does not cover entire platen glass and the document cover cannot be completely closed, place paper over the exposed glass to reduce toner consumption.
1 Place opened book or sheet on platen glass, centering edge with left measuring guide. Be sure original is as flat as possible. 2 Gently close cover. If original skews when closing cover, keep cover open to make the copy. 3 Press BOOK COPY. Copy Size 8.5x11 will be automatically selected. If another size is selected, Book Copy will function incorrectly (see note). 4 Enter print quantity. 5 Press START PRINT. In 1s1 mode, two letter-size sheets will be output. 6 To release Book Copy, press AUTO.
NOTE: If using the bypass, insert at least two sheets of 8.5x11 paper and select SPECIAL by pressing COPY SIZE. Special Copying 7-7
8.5"x11" 11"x17" 8.5"x11" 11"x17"
Copies APS mode AMS mode
8.5"x11R" 8.5"x11R" 8.5"x14" 8.5"x14"
AUTO COPY OFF-TIMER: 20 seconds INCOMPATIBLE: Using ADF, Book Copy, Mixed Size Originals
1 Press AUTO COPY. 2 Select optional copying features (density lens mode, etc.) 3 Use numeric keypad to enter print quantity. 4 Open the document cover, and place original FACE DOWN on the platen glass. 5 Close the document cover to start copying.
NOTES: 1 Auto Copy functions only when an original is placed on the platen glass. 2 Auto Copy does not function when an original smaller than 5.5"x8.5" is placed on the platen glass. 3 The Auto Copy Off-timer can be set by service for 10, 20, or 30 seconds or no setting. 7-10 Special Copying
Service, Supplies, and Repairs Daily Maintenance
Cleaning the Platen Glass Cleaning the Inner Surface of the Platen Cover Cleaning the ADF Conveyance Belt Surface
Cleaning the Corona Wire Removing/Inserting Paper Trays Loading Paper
Service-Adjustable Tray (Tray 1, 2 and 4) LCT (Large Capacity Tray: Tray 3) User-Adjustable Tray (Option)
Adding Toner Replacing the Staple Cartridge
In-Bin Stapler Off-Line Stapler
Installing the Off-Line Corner Stapling Adapter Removing the Off-Line Corner Stapling Adapter Preventive Maintenance
Reading the PM Count
Moving the Copier
Maintenance and Supplies 8-1
Maintenance and Supplies
Service, Supplies, and Repairs
Service and Repairs: When you experience a problem with the copier, you may be able to quickly resolve the problem by following the suggested solutions listed in the Troubleshooting section of this manual. If you are unable to resolve the problem, contact your Konica service representative. Before calling, be sure to have the following information readily available: the model number and serial number of the copier, a description of the problem, and any machine codes displayed on the control panel. For easy reference, enter the name and telephone number of your Konica representative and the model and serial number of your copier below. For Konica service call: Copier Model and Serial Number: Supplies: Use only supplies recommended by Konica Business Technologies, Inc. Otherwise, poor copy quality may result. To maintain your supply inventory, be sure to do the following: Check your supplies at regular intervals. Order a supply item before it is depleted or nearly depleted. For supplies call:
8-2 Maintenance and Supplies
The platen glass and the inner surface of the document cover should be kept clean to prevent soil marks from being copied. Occasionally, an anti-static cleaner may be required to ensure that a static charge is not generated. Ask your Konica service representative to suggest an appropriate cleaner. For optimal copy quality, follow the instructions below. Cleaning the Platen Glass 1 Raise the document cover. 2 Wipe the glass with a clean soft cloth, dampened slightly with water or an anti-static cleaner.
Removing the Off-Line Corner Stapling Adapter
1 Hold the corner stapling adapter on each side and lift slightly. 2 Withdraw the adapter. 3 Press the stapler release button and open stapler unit. 4 Return the corner stapling adapter to its storage position, then close stapler.
8-12 Maintenance and Supplies
Reading the PM Count Preventive Maintenance (PM) is recommended for maintaining optimal copier performance. When the time for preventive maintenance is near, the CALL FOR PM indicator will light. When preventive maintenance is due, the light will flash. Contact your Konica service representative. It is possible to estimate the time when the next PM is due by reading the total copy count since the last PM. Use the following procedure to display the total number of copies made since the last PM.
7 P 8 0
1 Using the keypad, press [P] and  simultaneously. 2 Read the PM count displayed in the print quantity window.
Example: Print Quantity Window The print quantity window will display the copy count in two digits, rounded to the next thousand. Multiply the two-digit number by 1,000 to obtain the correct count of copies made since the last PM.
Maintenance and Supplies 8-13
Before moving the copier using the instructions below, contact your Konica service representative.
1 Turn the four handles located on both sides of copier until the screw on the handle is at the top. 2 Then withdraw the handles. 3 Turn the extended handles until screw is located at the bottom. Withdraw handles completely. 4 To lock the handles for lifting, turn them until the screw is in the top position, making sure that the pin at the end of the handle is also at the top. Be sure to extend all four handles before lifting the copier.
5 Carefully lift the copier using the extended handles and move it to another location. 6 Return the carrying handles to their original positions by reversing steps 1~4.
8-14 Maintenance and Supplies
Opening and Closing the Copier User Codes Mishandled Paper Codes Clearing Mishandled Paper
Code J11 Code J12 Code J13 Code J14 Code J15 Codes J31 and J16 Code J32 Code J61 Code J62 Codes J63 Code J72 (ST-103) Code J72 (ST-104)
Reporting Service Codes
Clearing a Wedged Staple
In-Bin Stapler (Code J75) Off-Line Stapler
Opening and Closing the Copier
1 To open copier, press release buttons located on the left and right sides of copier and open front door. 2 Firmly press down the toner box cover.
3 While firmly pressing down toner box cover, lift the release lever to raise upper main body. 4 To close copier, firmly push down toner box cover. 5 Then close copier front door.
NOTE: When ADF is raised, copier main body cannot be opened. When copier main body is opened, ADF cannot be raised. 9-2 Troubleshooting
User Codes (P Codes) displayed in the ratio window indicate machine conditions that the user can quickly and easily correct. In most cases, P Codes simply require returning the machine to its original ready-tocopy state. CODE P10, 20, 26, 27, 88, 89 P25 P51 P61 P64 P68, 69 P71 P74 SOLUTION Call your service representative. Add toner. Close front door of main body. Close ADF paper access. Open ADF and remove original from platen glass. Firmly close ADF. Remove original and place it correctly on ADF. Close sorter cover properly. Connect sorter to main body properly. The number of sheets per bin exceeds the staple capacity. Remove sheets from bins. The number of sheets in sorter bins exceeds bin capacity. Remove sheets from bins. Paper remains in the sorter bins; or paper remains after stapling. Remove paper from bins. The staple cartridge is empty. Replace the new staple cartridge. The copy size except 11x17 and 8.5x11 is selected in the Automatic In-Bin Stapling. Select 11x17 or 8.5x11 by pressing COPY SIZE, or release the Automatic In-Bin stapling by pressing SORTER button. The stapler unit is not installed completely. Install the stapler unit securely. Insert key counter.
Mishandled Paper Codes
Mishandled Paper locations are conveniently displayed on the control panel diagram, as shown below. When mishandled paper occurs, a specific J Code also flashes in the ratio window on the control panel, and the Start Print light changes to amber, indicating the WAIT condition. Copying is not possible in this condition. A label illustrating the removal of mishandled paper is also located inside the front door of the copier. The following pages illustrate how to remove mishandled paper from each area of the copier. Copier Diagram 7 J11 Main Body Paper Feed J12 Main Body Paper Feed J13 Drawer Base Paper Feed J14 Drawer Base Paper Feed J16, J31 Bypass J32 Paper Exit J72 Sorter J75 In-Bin Stapler (ST-104) 8 J61, J62 ADF Paper Feed 9 J63, ADF Paper Exit
4 When using the bypass: Remove mishandled paper from the bypass tray opening.
The fixing unit is very hot. To avoid burns, do not touch it. To avoid the possibility of electric shock, do not touch the high voltage area inside the main body indicated by a caution label.
2 Remove the mishandled paper from the right hand side of the fixing unit. To avoid soiling the fixing rollers, do not pull the paper out from the left hand side.
NOTE: When the ADF is raised, the upper part of the main body cannot be opened. Troubleshooting 9-9
Code J61 If the ADF is lifted during copying operations, J61 will be displayed. 1 Raise the ADF and remove the mishandled original. 2 Close the ADF correctly.
Code JRaise the ADF. While pressing the release button, remove the mishandled original. 2 Close the ADF correctly.
Codes JOpen the conveyance cover and remove the mishandled original. 2 Close the cover.
3 If the original cannot be removed, raise the ADF and remove the original from under the ADF. 4 Close the ADF correctly.
Code J72 (ST-103)
The fixing unit inside the main body is very hot. To prevent accidental burns, do not touch it. Do not touch the high voltage area of the main body indicated by a caution label. 1 Slide the sorter away from the copier main body, to the left. 2 Open the sorter door and remove the mishandled paper. 3 Open the front door and check the paper path of the main body. 4 If the paper cannot be removed, remove the mishandled paper from the sorter bin side. 5 Close sorter cover, return the sorter to its original position, and open and close the copier front door.
6 If the paper cannot be removed using the above procedure, open the copier front door and open the upper part of the main body. Then remove the mishandled paper from the right hand side of the paper exit. When completed, close the upper main body and copier front door.
Code J72 (ST-104)
The fixing unit inside the main body is very hot. To prevent accidental burns, do not touch it. Do not touch the high voltage area of the main body indicated by a caution label. 1 Slide the sorter away from the main body, to the left. 2 Open the sorter cover and conveyance cover. Remove the mishandled paper. 3 Open the front door and check the paper path of the main body. 4 If the paper cannot be removed, remove the mishandled paper from the sorter bin side. 5 Close conveyance and sorter covers, return the sorter to its original position, and open and close the copier front door. 6 If the paper cannot be removed using the above procedure, open the copier front door and open the upper part of the main body. Then remove the mishandled paper from the right hand side of the paper exit. When completed, close the upper main body and copier front door.
ADD TONER LIGHT IS FLASHING New toner supply is needed. Follow instructions for adding toner. CALL FOR PM IS LIT OR FLASHING ON THE CONTROL PANEL Contact your Konica service representative. BYPASS INDICATOR LIGHT IS FLASHING ON COPIER DIAGRAM Insert paper in the bypass; or if the bypass is not required, remove any paper remaining in the bypass tray, push in paper support, and fully close the bypass tray. COPY SIZE INDICATOR IS FLASHING The paper size selected is not installed.
AUTO automatic reset of the copier to the initial machine settings after a set period of copier inactivity. AUTO COPY automatically start copying as soon as the document cover is closed without pressing START PRINT. AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (ADF) a device that holds a stack of originals and automatically feeds them directly to the platen glass for copying, then ejects them to the original exit tray. AUTOMATIC EDGE DELETE minimal automatic border erasure for controlling copy quality. AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE SELECTION (AES) automatic copy density adjustment. AUTOMATIC MAGNIFICATION SELECTION (AMS) automatic reduction or enlargement of the original image to accommodate a manually selected copy size. AUTOMATIC PAPER SELECTION (APS) automatic selection of copy paper to match the original size or to select the next-larger size for nonstandard originals. AUTO SHUTOFF automatic shutoff of some copier components after a set period of copier inactivity. BINDING MARGIN a margin created on copies using the Image Shift mode to allow room for binding or hole-punching. BINS sorter trays that receive non-sorted, sorted, or grouped copies. BOOK COPY a feature that enables the copier to scan each page of an opened book separately and automatically produce single copies of any two facing pages without requiring the user to reposition the book. BYPASS a straight paper path feeding device that bypasses the main paper feed system to feed special stock, non-standard sizes, or paper not currently loaded in a paper tray.
CONTROL PANEL the main operation panel of the copier, used to select all copying functions. CONVEYANCE UNIT an internal mechanism of the copier that conveys copy paper from the drum to the fixing unit. COPY DENSITY the level of exposure which determines the amount of toner used to reproduce the image. COPY SIZE the copy paper size that is automatically or manually selected. DENSITY the density of toner that makes up the copy image after exposure. DEVELOPER the medium that carries toner from the developer to the drum. DOCUMENT FEEDER see Automatic Document Feeder. DRUM a photo-sensitive conductor that transfers the image of the original to the copy paper. DUAL PAGE COPYING a mode for copying a book or an 11x17 sheet onto two 8.5x11 sheets; also called Book Copy. EXPOSURE the exposure of the drum to the image by an optical system. F CODES control panel codes that reveal machine conditions requiring the attention of a Konica service representative. FEED ROLLER an internal copier component which moves paper from the paper tray to the drum. FIRST-COPY-OUT TIME (FCOT) the time (in seconds) required for the first copy to exit after START PRINT is pressed, usually performed in NonSort mode with print quantity 1.
PAPER GUIDES adjustable guides for originals placed on the ADF tray to ensure correct feeding of originals. Also present on the bypass tray to ensure the correct feeding of copy paper. PAPER PATH the route the copy paper takes when moving through the feeder, copier and sorter. PAPER TRAYS trays that hold copy paper. PAPER WEIGHT weight of the original paper or copy paper stated in terms of lb or g/m2, e.g., 20 lb = 80g/m2. PLATEN COVER a hinged cover which fits over and protects the platen glass. PLATEN GLASS the glass surface from which originals are copied after being placed manually or fed automatically. PM COUNT the total number of copies made since the last Preventive Maintenance (PM) was performed by a Konica service representative. POWER SAVER an energy saving mode that, when selected, reduces the fusing temperature when the copier is not in use so that a full warm up is not necessary. PRESET MODE a mode in which fixed magnification ratios can be selected to increase or decrease the image size to accommodate the copy paper size. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (PM) periodic preventive maintenance service performed by a Konica service representative. PRINT QUANTITY the number of copies selected for a job using the numeric keypad. RATIO WINDOW a small window on the control panel which displays the magnification ratio currently in use.
RECALL KEY  a key that can be pressed while copying is in progress to display the print quantity selected for the job. REDUCE & SHIFT a mode that preforms an automatic image reduction with Image Shift, when the binding margin (Shift) alone is likely to cause image loss. SERVICE CODES F Codes which indicate machine conditions requiring the attention of a Konica service representative. SHIFT a mode that allows the user to create a fixed binding margin on the copy. SIMPLEX one-sided. SITE REQUIREMENTS the recommended space requirement for the copier and its installed accessories. SORT a sorter mode that collates a full set of originals in separate bins. SORTER a copier accessory which automatically sorts (collates) and groups copies. SPECIAL RATIO TABLE a ratio table used to determine the appropriate magnification when using non-standard original and copy combinations. SPECIAL STOCK copy material that cannot be fed through the regular paper feed unit due to its weight, size or texture, e.g., OHP transparencies, label sheets, card stock, heavy stock, etc. SPECIFICATIONS specific information pertinent to the description and function of the copier. STAND the base unit which supports the copier. STAPLE CARTRIDGE a replaceable container for staples. STAPLER an off-line or in-bin device that inserts a wire cinch (staple) on the top corner or side of copied sheets.
START PRINT a control panel key that activates copying when pressed. STOP/CLEAR a control panel key that stops continuous copying and resets the copier when pressed. TONER dry black powder that is attracted to an electrical charge on the drum to represent the image on copy paper. TOTAL COPY COUNT the total number of copies made on the copier. TROUBLESHOOTING problem-solving. USER-ADJUSTABLE PAPER TRAY a paper tray that can be adjusted by the user to accommodate specific paper sizes. USER CODES P codes indicating user-correctable machine conditions. USER PRESET RATIO a feature that allows the user to store a customized frequently-used lens mode ratio for recall at the touch of a key. WARM UP the time that it take for the machine to reach operating temperature from a cold start. ZOOM MODE a magnification mode with adjustments that may be selected by the user and made in 1% increments.
Specifications Subject To Change Without Notice
Name Configuration Platen Development Photoreceptor Toner Waste Toner Auto Shutoff Auto Reset Warm Up Operating Environment First Copy Out Time Continuous Copy Copying Speed Platen Original Konica 1216 Desktop Stationary Dry 2-component magnetic brush OPC drum Black Toner recycling system 30/60/90/120 minutes, set by service (default setting is 30 min.) None or 2 minutes, set by service Approximately 65 seconds at 68F (20C) with 50% RH 50~91F (10~33C); 10~80% RH recommended 5.5 seconds, 8.5x11 Manual/AES 1~99 16cpm: 8.5x11; 8.5x11R 15cpm: 8.5x14; 12cpm: 11x17 Sheet/Book; 11x17 (280mm x 432mm) maximum Book Weight: 15 lbs (6.8kg) Book Thickness: 1.6 (40mm) Registration: Center line Leading edge: Left side Size: 11x17, 8.5x14, 8.5x11, 8.5x11R, 5.5x8.5 Weight: 16~24 lb bond with tray; In bypass: 16~32 lb plain paper and special stock: OHP film, labels, 3-hole punch, rag content (feed special stock one sheet at a time) 2 tray ports (250 sheets; service-adjustable) Bypass: 50-sheet (16~24 lb); user-adjustable, 11x17~5.5x8.5 Optional tray: 250 sheets (20 lb bond) Drawer Base (DB-207A): 1 x 250 sheets; (20 lb bond) 1 x 250 sheets; (20 lb bond) Drawer Base (DB-607): 1 x 1,000 sheets; (20 lb bond) 1 x 250 sheets; (20 lb bond) Paper: As recommended by Konica Automatic Paper Selection (scanning) Automatic Exposure Selection Automatic (AES), plus manual density (7 levels)
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