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Minolta Magicolor 2350Konica Magicolor 2350 En Toner Cartridges
Engineered to produce impressive, vibrant graphics . Top Quality, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee."

Brand: Konica
Part Numbers: MagiColor 2350 EN, Magicolor 2350 EN

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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Peter Bakker 11:53am on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
We bought our Konika Minolta Magicolor 2350 laser printer four years ago. We use it at home but I print quite frequently.
apmedp 2:12pm on Thursday, April 29th, 2010 
Expensive Transfer Belt Failed after light use - Awful Printer My wife and I bought the Minolta 2350-EN Color Laser Printer 5 years ago and had about ...
hjdrabkin 7:13pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
Ok, so laser printers are more expensive than inkjets. Easy install, great interface options, very fast black output colour output very.

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Readme on the Software Utilities CDROM; magicolor 2350 Reference Guide on the Documentation CDROM.
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Installing Printer Drivers and Utilities, Windows EnvironmentsAuto-loading Installation 1 Insert the Software Utilities CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. 4 5
If the CD-ROM does not start automatically, double-click setup.exe in the root directory. In the first window, click Printer Setup. Choose the method by which the PC and printer are connected. Follow the instructions on the screen. On the Printer Options screen, use the check boxes to print a test page, make the new printer your default, set printer properties and printing preferences, or update printer firmware (also called printer system software). Be sure the check the Update Printer Firmware box. Its very important to update the printer firmware the first time you install the printer. On the last screen, choose Finish. This returns you to the Main Menu screen where you can register your printer, review driver or utility documentation, or purchase supplies online. When you are finished, exit from the Installer. When the system software installation is complete, remove the CD-ROM from your CD-ROM drive and store it in a safe place.
Installing Printer Drivers and Utilities, Windows EnvironmentsManual Installation
Manual installation instructions are included in the magicolor 2350 Reference Guide. Refer to Section 2, Installing Printer Software, Drivers, and PPDs for complete instructions. Arabic and Hebrew versions of the drivers and utilities must be installed manually.

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Weight 1624 lb bond (6090 g/m)
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Envelope Commercial #10 4.1 x 9.5
Thick Stock Supported for Letter, A4, and smaller media 2543 lb*** (91163 g/m)
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Before purchasing a large quantity of special media, do a trial printing with the same media and check print quality. Check printer/ for a list of currently approved media.
General Considerations about Media
For best results, use media that is Suitable for plain-paper laser printers, such as standard or recycled office paper Stored on a flat, level surface in its original wrapper
Do not use the media types listed below. These could cause poor print quality, media jams, or damage to the printer. Do not use media that is Coated with a processed surface (such as carbon paper, digitally glosscoated media, colored paper that has been treated) Carbon backed Iron-on transfer media (heat-sensitive paper, heat-pressure paper, heatpress transfer paper) Cold-water-transfer paper Pressure sensitive Designed specifically for inkjet printers (superfine paper, glossy paper, glossy film, postcards, etc.) Already printed on by another printer, copier, or fax machine Dusty Wet (or damp) Keep media between 35% to 85% relative humidity. Toner does not adhere well to moist or wet paper. Layered Adhesive Folded, creased, curled, embossed, warped, or wrinkled Perforated, three-hole punched, or torn Too slick, too coarse, too textured Different in texture (roughness) on the front and back
Too thin or too thick Stuck together with static electricity Composed of foil or gilt; too luminous Heat sensitive or cannot withstand the fusing temperature (356 F/180 C) Attached with glue, tape, paper clips, staples, ribbons, hooks, or buttons Acidic Any other media that is not approved Irregularly shaped (not rectangular or not cut at right angles)

Plain Paper

Capacity Tray sheets of 22 lb bond (80 g/m2) paper; (multipurpose capacity for other weights varies accordingly. tray) Tray sheets of 22 lb bond (80 g/m2) paper (optional lower (letter/A4); capacity for other weights varies feeder unit accordingly. media tray) Orientation Face up Type Check (click on Answer Base) for currently approved media. Driver Mode Plain paper Weight 1624 lb bond (6090 g/m) See page 21 for supported sizes. Duplexing

Format letterhead or memo data within your application. Try printing your data on a plain sheet of paper first to check placement. Capacity Tray 1 Tray 2 Orientation Type Up to 200 sheets, depending on their size and thickness Up to 500 sheets of 22 lb bond (80 g/m2) paper (letter/A4 only)
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Format postcard data within your application. Try printing your data on a plain sheet of paper first to check placement. Tray 1 Up to 50 postcards, depending on their thickness Tray 2 Not supported Orientation Face up Type Check (click on Answer Base) for currently approved media. Driver Mode Thick Stock Weight 1690 lb (60163 g/m) Duplexing Not supported Capacity
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Test all thick stock to ensure acceptable performance and to ensure that the image does not shift. Capacity Tray 1 Up to 50 thick stock sheets, depending on their thickness Not supported
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Remove transparencies as soon as possible from the output tray to avoid static buildup. You can print continuously with transparencies. However, this could affect the way media feeds, depending on the media quality, static buildup, and printing environment.

RGB Source Profiles

RGB Source profiles are used for color conversion from RGB devices, such as monitors, to CMYK devices, such as printers. Use the RGB Source to indicate the source in which the job was created. Choices are: Apple RGBThis setting is widely used because it has been the default setting for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Its range of colors is similar to sRGB. Blue Adjust RGBProvides an alternative blue rendering configuration with more emphasis on cyan than on magenta (produces lighter blues). PrepressThis source profile is also known as Adobe RGB and as SMPTE-240M. It provides a wide range of colors, including almost all printable process colors. sRGBA standard color space based on average performance of PC monitors. This is the default setting for your printer. It provides a very good representation of monitor colors and is especially useful if youre printing documents from the web or from Microsoft Office applications. VividThis setting provides the most vivid colors possible for business graphics, by mapping RGB solid colors to the printers CMYK solid colors. It is an excellent choice for transparencies and business graphics. ColorMatchThis color setting was designed to work with prepress monitors. It has a wide color range and provides good color consistency.

Simulation Profiles

These profiles area used to convert information about one CMYK device into data for another CMYK device. That is, you can use these profiles to make your magicolor 2350 printer create colors like those produced on a different printer or a printing press. The simulation choices are:
SWOPSWOP, an acronym for Specifications for Web Offset Printing, simulates colors for offset presses. EurocolorThis profile simulates Fogra Positive Coated measurement data. CommercialThis profile simulates a commercial press. DICThis profile simulates Japanese DIC Ink. ToyoThis profile simulates Japanese Toyo Ink.

Destination Profiles

The printer includes a standard destination profile. However, you can download additional destination profiles. See Color Profiles in the Reference Guide.
Profiles for Host-based Color Management
Some software applications use host-based color management and work best with color profiles tailored specifically for that purpose. Two of these profiles are included on the Software Utilities CD-ROM that came with your printer: mc2350s.icm for standard quality mc2350h.icm for high or enhanced quality The readme files on the CD-ROM include directions on how to use and where to load each profile. These specialized profiles are useful for work with Microsoft ICM2 for Windows, Apple ColorSync, CorelDRAW, Kodak KCMS, Adobe Photoshop, and others.

CMM Test Page

A utility that allows you to preview color matching choices is included on the Software Utilities CD-ROM that came with your printer. The file includes a complete list of available profiles with descriptive information about each. In addition, it allows you to preview the effect of the color choices you have selected on a sample picture and graphic.


On CMYK printers, black is generally made by mixing all four toner colors. KPreserve lets you maintain the K or black channel for graphics in a CMYK file, so that blacks are printed with black toner only rather than a combination of toners. You can select this option in the printer driver by choosing the Features tab, clicking the Color Options or Advanced Color Options button (depending on your operating system), and checking the K-Preserve box.

RGB Gray Treatment

This option, available through the printer driver and PageScope Light, offers three options for gray/black printing. Black Only, which prints 100% black with black toner only. Black and Gray, which prints all 100% black and intermediate grays with black toner only Composite Black, which prints 100% black and intermediate grays with a composite of all four toners.
Troubleshooting Color Problems
The magicolor 2350 color matching system is optimized for the sRGB Standard, which is the standard used with many common applications such as Microsoft Office. In most cases, you do not need to make any adjustments to the default color settings to achieve the best results. If you have trouble with color, however, there are several things to check.
Mechanical ProblemsPrint quality problems that are caused by mechanical problems are usually drasticcolors that change from page to page; colors that are off-register; colors that arent anything like you expect. Are toner cartridges installed properly? Do all four toner cartridges have toner? Are the printer doors closed? Is the OPC drum installed properly? Is the laser lens cover dirty? Instructions for checking all these mechanical issues are included in this manual. ResolutionIf images look grainy or if your page is printed with black toner only, the resolution may be set wrong.

SWOP CMYKThis sophisticated setting is used by graphic artists to make sure the colors in their proofs match those that will be created by an offset press. If you are trying to simulate a SWOP device or the color data in your file is specified in SWOP CMYK, make sure the simulation profile is set to SWOP. If you are not trying to simulate SWOP, make sure the simulation profile is set to None or to whichever of the other choices is appropriate for your job. Other Color ProblemsMost other color printing problems arise from color management issues in the application that was used to create the job or from which you are printing the job. Check the application documentation for advice on color management. Check color notes at for information on color issues with popular publishing software.
Color MatchingIf you see spots of toner around the edges of text, if colors are too dark or too saturated, or if toner is so thick that it flakes off the finished page, check whether Quick Color Configuration (on the Features tab in your printer driver) is set to Disable Printer Color Matching. If it is, choose one of the other options from the drop-down list. All of the other color configuration options regulate the amount of toner that goes on the page, making sure that the total amount is within the range that the printer can fuse to the media.
Working with the Status Monitor
The Status Monitor shows information about the current status of the printer. If you used the CD-ROM Installer to install the printer driver, the Status Monitor was also installed, and the Status Monitors icon appears in your toolbar. If you installed your printer by using Add Printer, rather than the CD-ROM, Status Monitor was not installed, and the icon does not appear. You can, however, install the Status Monitor manually. Installation instructions are included in the Reference Manual on the Documentation CD-ROM.


The Status Monitor can be used with Windows XP, 2000, NT4, Me, and 98, connected via Ethernet. To install Status Monitor on Windows NT4 systems, you must first install Windows Media Player, which is available on the Microsoft website.
Recognizing Status Monitor Alerts
When the Status Monitor detects a printing problem, several actions occur at once, depending on your settings. First, the icon changes from green to yellow, orange, or red, depending on the severity of the printer problem. Next, the icon flashes, if you have set it to flash in the advanced options. In addition, the Status Monitor sends you an email to alert you to the problem. You can set the interval between the time Status Monitor detects a problem and the time it sends an email. Refer to online help for further information on these settings.

Recovering from a Status Monitor Alert
When the Status Monitor notifies you of a printing problem, double-click on its icon to open the Status Monitor. The Status Monitor identifies which printer has an error and what type of error has occurred. Finally, the Status Monitor includes Quick Time video clips that illustrate how to solve the print problem. Refer to online help for further information on these settings.
Closing the Status Monitor
When you have completed the actions necessary to correct the printer problem, the icon turns green again. Select Close from the Status or Consumable menu. The Status Monitor window closes, but the Status Monitor continues to operate in the background.

Replacing Consumables

Consumable Life Expectancies
The stated life expectancy of each consumable is based on printing with specific media type, number of color planes, page size, and page coverage (normal 5% coverage of letter-/A4-size media). The actual life expectancy will vary depending on these and other printing variables, including continuous or intermittent printing, ambient temperature, and humidity. The following messages indicate that a consumable needs to be replaced. Item/Message This item needs replacing after. Display REPLACE OPC Up to 45,000 continuous monochrome or 11,250 continuous four-color pages, or 10,000 intermittent (onepage jobs) monochrome or 7,500 intermittent color pages.


Comment Replaced by user. See Replacing the OPC Drum Cartridge on page 93. Replaced by user. See Replacing a Toner Cartridge on page 86.
Toner Cartridges Standard capacity: Approximately 1,500 single-sided pages per cartridgeyellow, magenta, cyan at 5% coverage of each color. High capacity: Approximately 4,500 single-sided pages per cartridge black, yellow, magenta, cyan at 5% coverage of each color.


Approximately 25,000 continuous monochrome or 21,600 intermittent (one-page jobs) monochrome, or 6,250 continuous or intermittent color pages (based on the standard mode with 5% toner coverage or letter A4 media).
Replaced by user. See Replacing the Waste Toner Bottle on page 92.
If multiple toner cartridges or consumables are empty at the same time, the Error light will flash. You can press the left arrow key to scroll through the error messages or press the right arrow key to start the toner replacement sequence.

Failure to follow instructions as outlined in this manual could result in voiding your warranty.
Refilled Toner Cartridges
Do not use refilled toner cartridges. Any damage to the printer or quality problems caused by a refilled toner cartridge will void your warranty.
Replacing a Toner Cartridge
Characters and images are created in your laser printer through a photosensitive process that applies toner to the Optical Photo Conductor (OPC) drum (which functions like photographic film). Your printer uses four toner cartridges: black, yellow, magenta, and cyan. Handle the toner cartridges carefully to avoid spilling toner inside the printer or on yourself. The toner is nontoxic. If you get toner on your hands, wash them in cool water or a neutral detergent. If you get toner on your clothes, lightly dust them off as much as possible. If some toner remains on your clothes, use cool, not hot water, to rinse the toner off.


If you get toner in your eyes, wash it out immediately and consult a doctor. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) information can be found at (click on the Answer Base).
Do not hold a toner cartridge vertically. Do not touch the toner roller surface. This could lower image quality.
Keep toner cartridges: In their packaging until youre ready to install them.
In a cool, dry location away from sunlight (due to heat). The maximum storage temperature is 95 F (35 C) and the maximum storage humidity is 85% (noncondensing). If the toner cartridge is moved from a cold place to a warm, humid place, condensation may occur, degrading print quality. Allow the toner to adapt to the environment for about one hour before use. Level during storage. Do not stand or store cartridges on their ends or turn them upside down; the toner inside the cartridges may become caked or unequally distributed. Away from salty air and corrosive gases such as aerosols.
Steps for Replacing a Toner Cartridge Attention
Be careful not to spill toner while replacing a toner cartridge. If toner spills, immediately wipe it off with a soft, dry cloth.

Turn the release lever of the transfer belt counterclockwise to its correct position (7 oclock). This lowers the transfer belt.
If the transfer belt release lever is not at its correct position (7 oclock), the waste toner bottle cannot be installed.
Install a new waste toner bottle (see page 87). The printer must complete a 305-second calibration cycle after any consumable has been replaced. If you open the door before the message window reads MAGICOLOR 2350/IDLE, the printer stops and repeats the calibration cycle.

Ordering Consumables

Choosing the right consumables for your printer not only increases its reliability and performance, but also minimizes the risk of damage. For example, only KONICA MINOLTA toner cartridges are designed to meet the
exact specifications of your KONICA MINOLTA printer, giving maximum performance, efficiency, and long life. Toner cartridges and other consumables for your printer are available from your local vendor or Q-SHOP (
See the Service & Support Guide for sources of service and support. The most up-to-date worldwide information can be found at

Maintaining the Printer

Read all caution and warning labels carefully, making sure to follow any instructions contained in them. These labels are located on the inside of the printers doors and the interior of the printer body. Handle the printer with care to preserve its life. Abuse may cause damage and void your warranty. If dust and paper scraps remain on the inside or outside of the printer, printer performance and print quality will suffer, so the printer should be cleaned periodically. Keep the following guidelines in mind.
Turn off the printer, unplug the power cord, and disconnect all interface cables before cleaning. Do not spill water or detergent into the printer; otherwise the printer will be damaged and an electric shock may occur. Either clean the printer before use or allow time after unplugging it to allow the fuser unit to cool down.
The fuser unit is hot. When the right door is opened, the fuser unit temperature drops gradually (one hour wait time). Be careful when cleaning the inside or removing paper jams, as the fuser unit and other internal parts may become very hot. Do not place anything on the top of the printer. Use a soft cloth to clean the printer. Never spray cleaning solution directly on the printers surface; the spray could penetrate through the air vents of the printer and damage the internal circuits. Avoid using abrasive or corrosive solutions or solutions that contain solvents, (such as alcohol and benzene) to clean the printer. Always test any cleaning solution (such as mild detergent) on a small area of your printer to check the solutions performance. Never use sharp or rough implements, such as wire or plastic cleaning pads. Always close the printer doors gently. Never expose the printer to vibrations. Do not cover the printer immediately after using it. Turn it off and wait until it cools down. Do not leave the printers covers and doors open for any length of time, especially in well-lit places; light may damage the OPC. Do not open the printer during printing.

Align the positioning pins on the lower feeder unit with the holes in the bottom of the printer to stack them correctly. If the left and back sides of the printer and the lower feeder unit are aligned, the positioning pins will correctly fit into place.
Attach the rear bracket. a b Remove the screw on the back of the printer. Hook the tabs on the bracket into the mounting holes in the lower feeder unit, and then align the screw hole in the bracket with the screw hole in the printer. Using a screwdriver, tighten the screw to secure the bracket.
Attach the front brackets. a Pull open the front door of the printer, and then pull out the lower tray.
b Hook the tabs on the two brackets into the mounting holes in the printer, and then align the screw holes in the brackets with the screw holes in the lower feeder unit. c Using a screwdriver, tighten the screws enclosed with the lower feeder unit to secure the brackets.
Close the right-side doors.
Attention If the lower feeder unit is installed, the right-side door of the printer opens at the same time that the right door of the lower feeder unit is opened. Be sure to close the right door of the lower feeder unit when closing the right-side door of the printer.
Slide the tray back into the printer.
Reattach the media support. Reconnect the interface cable. Reconnect the power cord, and turn on the printer. In compliance with UL guidelines, The appliance inlet is considered to be the main disconnect device.
Check the configuration page from the control panel (Print Menu/Configuration Page) to verify that the lower feeder unit is installed. On the Settings tab of your printer driver, move the Optional Input Bin to the Installed Features area. (See Chapter 4).
Installing an Internal Hard Disk
Your printer can use an optional internal IDE hard disk to enable features including proof and hold secure printing, collation, MOPY, PDF direct printing, font storage, and other tasks. You have a choice of two internal hard disk options. You can choose a kit that contains a 2.5-inch, 6 GB or larger hard disk, the daughterboard, time-of-day clock, and appropriate connectors or a kit with just the daughterboard, timeof-day clock, and appropriate connectors, but no hard disk.
Remove the rear panel from the printer to access the controller board. Using a screwdriver, loosen nine screws on the top, left and bottom of the panel, but do not remove them from the printer. Remove the two screws shown in the illustration. Slide the panel slightly to the right and lift it off the printer.
Next prepare the daughterboard for installation. If you purchased an internal hard disk kit, skip to Step 6. If you purchased a hard disk from another vendor and purchased only the daughterboard kit, you must now attach the hard disk to the daughterboard. Attach the ribbon cable to the hard disk, aligning Pin 1 on the cable to pin 1 on the hard disk. With the cable connected, set the hard disk flat on the daughterboard. Then, using a screwdriver, insert the four screws that came with the kit. Be careful not to overtighten the screws. Align the daughterboard over its connector, matching Pin 1 on the daughterboard to Pin 1 on the controller board and matching the two white nylon standoffs to the holes in the controller board. Ease the pinned connectors together and snap the standoffs into place. Slip the rear panel over the screws, then slide it slightly left and tighten the screws to secure the panel. Also replace the two screws removed in Step 3.

Whats Involved?

Repacking your printer for shipment involves the following steps. Each is described in more detail in the following sections. Obtain Proper Packaging:
Original packaging or replacement packaging (magicolor 2300 Series Replacement Packaging Kit 2600723-200) Repacking kit (magicolor 2300 Series Repacking Kit 2600733-100) Prepare the Printer for Shipment: A. Turn off the printer, unplug the power cord, and remove the interface cables. B. Remove the media and the tray 1 media support. C. Remove the duplex option and lower feeder unit, if attached, and repack them separately. D. Remove the waste toner bottle, plug the openings, and dispose of it according to your local regulations. E. Remove the OPC drum cartridge and repack it. F. Remove the transfer belt and repack it. G. Repack the printer for shipment. H. Repack the OPC drum cartridge and transfer belt for shipment.

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A. Turn off the Printer, Unplug the Power Cord, and Remove the Interface Cables
B. Remove the Media and the Tray 1 Media Support
Remove the media. Place it in its original packaging and store in a cool, dark place on a level surface. Avoid moisture, excess humidity, direct sunlight, excess heat (above 95 F/35 C), and dust. Lift the media support from the three holes in Tray 1 and remove the media support.
C. Remove the Options (if Attached)
If you dont have a duplex option installed, skip to the next section. If you have a lower feeder unit attached, you first need to open the lower right-side door.
Pull the right-side door release lever, and open the right-side door.
Unhook the support wire. Close the right-side door.
Open the duplex options cover and loosen the two thumbscrews until the duplex option moves freely away from the right side of the printer. Lift duplex option up and away from the printer.
Install the original right-side cover that came with the printer with two screws. Repack the duplex option in its original shipping carton for storage or shipment. If youre returning the printer for service, you dont need to return the duplex option, unless the problem is with the duplex option.

Lower Feeder Unit

If you dont have a lower feeder unit installed, skip to the next section. Slide tray 2 out of the printer and remove the media.
Remove the brackets (two at the front and one at the back) used to attach the lower feeder unit to the printer.
With the help of another person, lift the printer by its carrying grips, and place it on a flat surface.
Your printer weighs approximately 62 lbs (28 kg). Be sure to have help when lifting and moving it.
Repack the lower feeder unit in its original shipping carton for storage or shipment. If youre returning the printer for service, you dont need to return the lower feeder unit unless instructed to do so.

Print SpeedAutoduplex

The following table defines the maximum print speed in Pages Per Minute (ppm). Page size A4 Legal Letter Monochrome ppm 10 3.4-color ppm 4


Printer type Print method Desktop, non-impact, color printer Scanner: Semiconductor laser with rotating mirror Recorder: Black writing electrophotographic Process: Cyan, magenta, yellow, and black toner image transfer to print media Fuser: Heated rollers Resolution High: 9600 x 600 dpi class (PostScript) or Enhanced: 1200 x 1200 dpi (PCL) Standard: 600 x 600 dpi Draft: 600 x 600 dpi monochrome Toner Type: Dry, single component Packaging: User-replaceable toner cartridges Warm-up time Input sources Maximum: 100 V/120 V/220 to 240 V: 180 seconds Standard: 200-sheet multipurpose tray Optional: 500-sheet media feed unit Output Media sizes and weights Media type Notes 200-sheet (Letter/A4) output tray on top of printer See Media Types on page 22. Cut-sheet The maximum media weight supported for duplex printing is 24 lb bond (90 g/m2).


CPU Resident emulations Power PC 405 Core (200 MHz) PostScript 3 PCL 5, XL PDF v. 1.3Requires optional hard disk Line printersimple text data with several control commands HexdumpHexadecimal print out of data stream for troubleshooting purposes.
137 PostScript fonts (plus 115 of the same fonts re-encoded for use in Central Europe and 3 re-encoded for ISOLatin1) (plus 1 Hebrew and 1 Arabic)
90 PCL fonts (80 scalable and 10 bitmap) Standard interfaces Ethernet10BaseT/100BaseTX ParallelCentronics/IEEE 1284 bidirectional USBUSB (version 1.1) Type B connector RAM Type: PC-100- or PC-133-Compliant SDRAM DIMMs Base system RAM: 128 MB Total RAM: Upgradable to 384 MB Optional RAM 128 and 256 MB DIMMs For information about DIMMs recommended for your printer, see the magicolor 2350 Answer Base on our website at or contact Technical Support. Optional Hard Disk Type: IDE Disk Drive Type: PIO Mode 4 compatible Size: 6 GB or larger System software Upgradable via FLASH. Check the magicolor 2350 Answer Base on our website at for information about the latest system software version.


Voltage and Power
Voltage and frequency Phase Power consumption US: 120 volts 10% at 50/60 Hz 3 Hz International: 220240 volts 10% at 50 Hz 3 Hz Single Mode Black monochrome printing Color printing Standby Power saver Certification ENERGY STAR compliant Average Maximum 600 W or less 1100 W or less 450 W or less 250 W or less 30 W or less


Mode Operation (120 V) Operation (220240 V) Rush Current Maximum 11.0A 7.0 A 50 A or less (0-Peak)

Working Safely with Your Laser Printer
Working improperly with the printer can result in health hazards, electric shocks, and even fires. Before you unpack the laser printer, you should make yourself familiar with this information on your safety and operating safety.
Power Supply/Cord/Plug Do This. Make sure that the power supply to the unit has the correct voltage. Otherwise the result could be a fire or an electric shock. Make sure that the power cord is: Switched off immediately and unplugged if the power supply cord is damaged. Failure to do so could result in a fire or an electric shock. Correctly plugged into the socket and that the socket is visible at all times and is readily accessible. Not underneath the printer or another machine as this can result in damage to that cord. The result could be a fire or improper functioning of the unit in question. Removed from the socket if the machine will not be in use for an extended period of time. Use only extension cords that are designed for at least the maximum power rating of the machine. Extension cords with lower ratings can result in the unit overheating and can even lead to a fire. DO NOT. Pull on the cord to pull the power plug out of the socket as this may damage the cord. The result could be an electric shock or a fire. Remove from the power cord from the socket with wet hands as this may result in an electric shock. Place any heavy objects on the power cord. Do not pull or kink the cord as this can result in damage to the cord. The result could be an electric shock or a fire. Leave the power cord plugged into the socket when you move the printer. Otherwise you may damage the cord. The result could be a short-circuit or a fire. Do not switch off the unit while printing is in progress.
Printer Body Do This. Perform only the procedures that are described in this manual. Using the machine improperly can result in a fire or an electric shock. Working improperly with the printer can result in health hazards, electric shocks and even fires. Before you unpack the laser printer, you should make yourself familiar with this information on your safety and operating safety. If the machine becomes unusually hot, or if you notice smoke or an unusual odor coming from the machine, switch it off immediately and remove the power cord from the socket. DO NOT. Do not place: Heavy objects on the machine. Magnetic objects near the machine. Coffee cups, drinks, bottles, or other containers with liquids in them on the machine. If liquid enters the machine the result could be an electric shock or a fire. If liquid does get into the machine, switch it off immediately, disconnect the power cord. Paper clips, staples, or other small metal objects into openings on the machine. The result could be an electric shock or a fire. If metal pieces are fed into the machine, switch it off immediately, disconnect the power cord. Do not open any covers on the machine while printing is in progress. Do not use any flammable sprays, liquids or gases in the vicinity of the machine. Do not remove any safety devices and do not alter the construction of the machine. The unit is equipped with high-voltage components. Using the machine improperly can result in a fire or an electric shock.



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