Konica Minolta 2060
Konica Minolta 1710434-001 Premium Quality Compatible toner - BLACK for use in Konica Minolta PrintSystem 2060 / 2060BX / 2060EX / 2060FX-1 / 2060 FX-2 / 2060GX / 2060WX / PagePro 20 / 20nX / Pageworks 20 / 20N. Replaces Minolta Part # 1710434-001 (10,000 Yield)
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User reviews and opinions
|andyf||10:21am on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|QMS COLOR LASER TONER Excellent product as Konica Minolta products are. I will buy again and have used these products for over 100. Konica OPC Drum magicolor 2200 The seller was prompt with the ship of the product. It was in the original box.|
|dung||8:41am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|I am very well satisfied with this product. This is my fourth. Clean Replacement,Easy To Install,Sharp Tones & Colors Use it to print census information about past family members Long Cartridge Life Pricey The Konica PagePro 1350 printer is pretty good quality and it was a good price when I bought it on sale at OfficeMax.|
|abadon||5:59am on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
|colour laser printer excellent quality. cheap to print. the cartridges seem to last forever. Excellent in every way I will continue to use this service for its value, good coms and sensible packaging|
|linsan2008||12:19pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|Can do beautiful pictures when it works, Great Tech Suppot Costly Ink, Banding, Screetching, unreliable easy to set up nice colors when turned on lights flicker if on same circuit Excellent Graphics and Text, Vivid Colors, Glossy Finish Slower color speed|
|ssemog||11:34am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Konica Minolta sinks the planet These toner cartridges are incredibly wasteful - the whole unit has to be replaced every time.|
|dmitrig||10:34am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|stuck with toner I actually love my printer- not this model- an older one. BUT- when I upgraded to windows 7 - No was driver available. Excellent price for this product The product was received in excellent condition. The service was great.|
|sheilana||6:46am on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|Great printer Fantastic printer that really does do what it says on the box. Easy to set up and much faster printing than my old inkjets.|
|maxiesdemon||7:53am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|I have owned the Konica Minolta PagePro 1400W for approximately 18 months. This is my first home laser printer. easy to set up, good print quality, cheap loud, short-lived|
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Introduction.. 6-2 Control Panel Indicators... 6-3 Message Window... 6-4 Setting the Message Window Language 6-4 Control Panel Keys.. 6-6 Online/Offline, Tray Select, Copy, Status Page, and Cancel Keys 6-6 Menu, Select, Previous, and Next Keys 6-8 What's Next?... 6-9
Sources of Support... A-2 Your QMS Vendor A-2 Your Application Vendor A-2 Q-FAX A-2 The QMS Corporate Bulletin Board System A-3 CompuServe A-3 Internet A-3 QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-4 QMS World-wide Offices.. A-5
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Introduction... B-2 Menu Chart Conventions B-2 Installation Menu B-3 Operator Control Menu B-4 Administration Menu B-5
About the Printer on page 1-2 About the Documentation on page 1-3 What's Next? on page 1-11
The QMS 2060 Print System is a powerful, but easy-to-use 20-pageper-minute monochrome laser printer offering The next-generation Crown operating system High-performance processing Innovative network features Flexible emulations support Toner conservation and energy efficiency An assortment of printer fonts
The printer comes in four configurations: BX, GX, FX, and EX.
QMS 2060 BX Print System QMS 2060 GX Print System
16 MB RAM 600x600 dpi resolution on all supported media sizes up to 13x19* Letter/A4 cassette
QMS 2060 FX Print System
32 MB RAM 600x600 dpi resolution on all supported media sizes up to 13x19* Universal cassette
QMS 2060 EX Print System
650-sheet paper-feed capacity 400-sheet paper-feed capacity 48 MB RAM 48 MB RAM
1200x1200 dpi resolution on all 1200x1200 dpi resolution on all supported media sizes up to supported media sizes up to 13x19* 13x19* Universal cassette Universal cassette Internal hard disk * Printing at higher resolutions and/or on larger media sizes requires additional RAM. Printing at 1200x1200 dpi also requires an optional Multi-Res daughterboard. 4063ULQW6\VWHP*HWWLQJ6WDUWHG 400 sheet paper-feed capacity 400-sheet paper-feed capacity
Note: Two other configurations are also available: the QMS 2060 IS Print System (for additional information, see the QMS ImageServer documentation) and the QMS 2060 WX Print System (for complete information, see the QMS 2060 WX Print System documentation).
Several other documents are also helpful when using your printer: PostScript Reference Manuals Other manuals that contain PostScript information are the PostScript Language Reference Manual (Adobe Systems, Inc., Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1990 ISBN-0201-18127-4), and other PostScript Language Reference Manual supplements. Dont forget that your application documentation, your host operating system documentation, and your network documentation all contain useful printing information. Further information on QMS printers is available through the QMS Bulletin Board, Internet, and Q-FAX. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for details.
Other Reference Sources
The manuals included on the QMS 2060 Print System Documentation and QMS Software Utilities CD-ROMs are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Weve also provided the Acrobat Reader and QuickTime programs on both CD-ROMs. The CD-ROM insert provides instructions on installing them.
Adobe Acrobat PDF-formatted manuals give you more flexibility and convenience than do hardcopy manuals when you have to access information. Here are some of the advantages PDF-formatted manuals provide: You can store the PDF manuals in a central location for access by anyone on the network. 4063ULQW6\VWHP*HWWLQJ6WDUWHG
You can view and print the manuals on Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX platforms. You can view the manuals on web browsers using the Acrobat plug-in. You can view the manuals on-screen in different formats (sideby-side or two-up, one page at a time, scrolling two-up, article flow, and zooming capability up to 800%). You can conduct full-text searches through all of the manuals. You can print only the manual pages that you need. The PDF-formatted manuals have been enhanced for on-screen viewing and navigation. Throughout each manual are numerous hotlinks to cross-reference points. The table of contents and the index are fully hotlinked to their respective page references, and all World Wide Web addresses are linked to their respective home pages.
We hope you enjoy using the Acrobat software to access the information in your manuals. Theyll never become dog-eared and yellowed or collect dust on some forgotten shelf with quick on-line access. Your PDF-formatted manuals will empower you to take full advantage of all the capabilities of your printer.
Setting Up Your Printer Connecting to a PC
Connecting to an Ethernet Network
Connecting to a Macintosh Using the Control Panel QMS Customer Support
Configuration Menu Provides a menu chart that shows
The following typographic conventions are used in this manual: Mixed-Case Courier Text you type, and messages and information displayed on the screen Variable text you type; replace the italicized word(s) with information specific to your printer or computer Information displayed in the printer message window PostScript operators and DOS commands Variable information in text File and utility names Press the Enter key (PC) or Return key (Macintosh) Press and hold down the Ctrl key (PC)
Mixed-Case Italic Courier
UPPERCASE COURIER lowercase bold
Note: Notes contain tips, extra information, or important information that deserves emphasis or reiteration.
v Caution: Cautions present information that you need to know to avoid equipment damage, process failure, or extreme annoyance. 0 WARNING! Warnings indicate the possibility of personal injury if a specific procedure is not performed exactly as described in the manual. ACHTUNG! Bitte halten Sie sich exakt an die im Handbuch beschriebene Vorgehensweise, da sonst Verletzungsgefahr bestehen knnte.
Chapter 2, Setting Up Your Printer, explains how to find a good location for the printer, unpack the printer, install a toner cartridge, and load and install the standard paper cassette.
Finding a Good Location on page 2-2 Unpacking the Printer on page 2-6 Installing a Toner Cartridge on page 2-7 Loading the Media Cassette on page 2-10 Loading the 500-sheet Cassette on page 2-11 Load the 250-sheet Cassette on page 2-14 Start-up Page Contents on page 2-19
This chapter explains how to set up your QMS 2060 Print System for the first time. It includes information on finding a good location for the printer, unpacking and checking the shipment contents, installing a toner cartridge, loading the cassettes, turning the printer on, and printing a start-up page.
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If you have this printer model. BX 9 GX 9 FX 9 EX 9 Your shipment contains.
QMS 2060 Print System Letter/A4 media cassette Universal media cassette Power cord
QMS 2060 Print System Getting Started (this manual, hard copy) QMS 2060 Documentation CD-ROM
QMS 2060 Print System Getting Started (this manual)
QMS 2060 Print System Operation
QMS 2060 Print System Reference QMS 2060 Print System Options Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 software
Documentation binder and 2 binder inserts
QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM
Toner cartridge Warranty and registration card
Make sure that all items are included in your shipment before setting up your printer. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your shipping company or your QMS vendor. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for product sales and support information. Note: Interface cables arent included in the shipment. If you need cables, contact your QMS vendor or a local computer store. See chapters 3, 4, and 5 of this manual for information on the type cable needed.
If you need alternate media, please contact your QMS vendor for media availability and purchase information. (See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for sales and support locations and telephone numbers.)
QMS is committed to developing print systems that offer you flexible, efficient solutions, so were interested in knowing how you plan to use your printer. You can register your printer through our World-Wide Web site, http://www.qms.com. To register by mail, fill out and send in your warranty card. To register by telephone, in the US call QMS toll-free at (800) 637-8049. In other countries, refer to appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for the appropriate location and telephone number.
The packing materials that protect your printer during shipmentcardboard, polystyrene, tape, and shipping spacersmust be removed before you can use the printer. Use the following procedure to unpack the printer. To ensure that your printer was not damaged during shipment, follow the entire procedure, including printing the start-up page. Note: Save the packing materials in case you ever have to move or ship the printer to a new location.
Up to the top limit mark.
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Note: See appendix B, Technical Specifications, the Print Media section, for media size feed edge information. Ensure that the media stack lies flat under the retaining clip and does not exceed the top limit mark. Slide the cassette back into the upper cassette feeder until its firmly seated.
Adjust the media tray to fit the media size.
Note: When printing different-sized media, set the media tray to the largest paper size. If the media tray is set to a smaller paper size, large-size paper will curl, block the opening (when delivered to the output tray), and cause a media jam. Additionally, 13x22 and 13x26 paper sizes will curl beyond the input and output guides and therefore should be handled accordingly.
Load the 250-sheet Cassette
Load media in the 250-sheet universal cassette as follows. For 500sheet cassette instructions, see Loading the 500-sheet Cassette on page 2-11. Note: Reload media cassettes only when the printer is not actively printing.
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Pull out and remove the cassette.
Open the paper cover.
Adjust the paper guides to fit the paper size.
Load media face-up in the universal cassette.
Note: See appendix B, Technical Specifications, the Print Media section, for media size feed edge information. Ensure that the media stack lies flat, does not exceed the top limit mark, and is positioned under the retaining clips.
Slide the cassette back into the printer until its firmly seated.
v Caution: Make sure that the printer power switch is turned off (the O is pressed down). 1 Plug the power cord into the connector on the rear of the printer.
Plug the opposite end of the power cord in a grounded AC outlet.
Turn on the printer (press down the | side of the power switch).
After a brief warm-up (less than 2 minutes) the printer produces a start-up page. 4 If the start-up page prints and the quality is good, go on to the next section, Installing Options. If the start-up page doesnt print or the quality isnt good, refer to chapter 6, Troubleshooting, in the QMS 2060 Print System Operation manual.
When you turn on the printer, a start-up page prints. This page gives you an overview of your QMS 2060 Print System. The following information prints on the start-up page: Printer product name, firmware level number, software version, revision, and release numbers. Cumulative page count for all page sizes, separate 11 x 17"/A3 page count, amount of resident RAM (in megabytes), number of PostScript typefaces in ROM, default resolutions, and disk online notification (if one or more is installed).
Follow the instructions on the screen. Caution: Windows limits the number of installed printers to 16.
If you use (or plan to use) Microsoft Word 7.0, do not use the characters on (the word on with a space before and after it) when prompted to name the printer. Word will not display the printer properties of any printer with these characters in its name.
5 When the Setup is complete message box displays, choose Yes. The installation program copies the driver-related files into the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory and updates the Registry (Windows 95) or WIN.INI file accordingly. Consequently, the specified printers do not need to be installed using Start>Settings>Printer (Windows 95) or Control Panel. The program also copies PPD and PDF files into separate subdirectories under the specified installation directory. (See your printer documentation for more information on using these files.) You may delete these files if you dont use applications that require them. 6 Now you can set printer options from your application by choosing Print Setup from the applications File menu and then choosing the Options button. Choose the Help button in any of the driver dialog boxes for information on driver options.
Note: The QMS Level 2 Windows driver has the Compress Output setting enabled by default. This feature decreases the time the file stays out on the network because the data is compressed at the host, transferred to the printer, and then decompressed. However, for users who are not on a network, this feature slows printing via the parallel port. To disable this feature, select the Output tab, choose Options, and click Compress Output.
For more notes, see the readme file that comes with the printer driver.
Minimum System Requirements An IBM or compatible PC with 386 or higher processor A hard disk with at least 128 MB of free space At least 16 MB of RAM (32 MB recommended) Windows NT 4.0
Installation Note: If you want to be able to print to a QMS CrownNet port, the QMS CrownNet Print Utility for Windows must be installed on your Windows NT workstation or server, and a port must be created before continuing with this installation procedure. See the PRTMONNT.PDF file (Adobe Acrobat format) in the \PLATFORM\WIN_NT\MONITOR directory of the QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM for details on installing and setting up this utility. In addition, if a WIndows NT 4.0 or a QMS Level 2 Windows NT 4.0 printer driver has been previously installed, you must use the reinstallation procedure on page 3-12. With Windows NT 4.0 running, insert the QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM disk in the CD-ROM drive on your workstation. In the Windows NT Start menu choose Settings. In the Settings menu choose Printers. Choose Add Printer. Choose Next. When prompted, choose the appropriate radio button to identify how the printer is attached to your workstation (Local Printer or Network Printer), and then choose Next. When prompted to select a port to use with the printer, select the appropriate port, and then choose Next. When prompted to select a manufacturer and model of printer, choose Have Disk. In the Install from Disk dialog box, choose Browse.
10 Change to the y/PLATFORM/WIN_NT/DRIVER/4X/type directory, where y is the workstations CD-ROM drive, and the type is the type of processor on your workstation. OEMSETUP.INF displays in the File Name list. 11 Choose OK. A list if QMS printers displays. 12 Select QMS 2060, and choose Next. 13 When prompted, choose Replace Existing Driver, and then choose Next. 14 When prompted for a printer name, either accept the displayed name or type a new one, and then choose Next. 15 When prompted for sharing information, choose either Shared (and type a Share name) or Not Shared, and choose Next. 16 When prompted, select the operating systems of ALL computers that will be printing to the printer, and then choose Next. 17 When asked if youd like to print a test page, choose either Yes or No, and then choose Finish. Reinstallation Note: If a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or a QMS Level 2 Windows NT 4.0 printer driver has been previously installed, you must use the following procedure to delete the files before installing a new printer driver. Open Windows NT Explorer (from the Start>Programs menu choose Windows NT Explorer). Delete the printer(s) you want to replace or upgrade. Install the new printers using the installation procedure on page 3-10. Reboot your workstation.
The QMS Level 2 Windows Driver install program SETUP.EXE copies PPD and PDF files into separate subdirectories under the specified installation directory. See the QMS Level 2 Windows Driver for more detailed driver information. Online help is provided via the QMS Level 2 Windows driver. You may delete the PPD and/or PDF files if you dont use applications that require them. Applications may require special files, drivers, and/or configurations to produce correct output on your QMS 2060 Print System. Check your applications documentation to determine if you need to use one or more of these files.
For best output quality and accurate screening, install the QMS-developed Windows driver as described in Installing a QMS Level 2 Windows Driver on page 3-7. Then do the following to change the default resolution: 3 In Adobe Illustrator, enable 600 dpi by choosing Document Setup from the File menu. Note: Adobe Illustrator 5.5 has a default setting of 300 dpi. Click on Use Printers Default Screens to enable it. Go to Output Resolution and enter the resolution (600 dpi or 1200 dpi, if it is in installed).
This application wont print EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) images if the PostScript driver isnt PSCRIPT.DRV.
This application provides a feature to control whether a PostScript driver is actually treated as a PostScript driver or not. In the CORELPRN.INI file under the [PSDRIVERS] section, specify which driver by either of the following statements: QMSPS=1 (PostScript driver) QMSPS=0 (Non-PostScript driver) Other versions of CorelDRAW may also require special setup. Check your CorelDRAW documentation for more information.
If your using this application with color cell backgrounds in a sparse dot pattern, the background may not always print in all resolutions and/or orientations. Interference between the bit pattern and the PostScript halftoning for color causes this inconsistency. Change the resolution to one that does work for the background and use a darker shade of gray for the pattern color, or enable the All Colors to Black option from within the Excel Images dialog box.
The scaling factor set in the driver is independent of any scaling factor set in an application. While the applications scaling factor is likely to affect the size and placement of image elements, the driver scaling factor simply scales the resulting image from the center of the page.
Follow this procedure to install the PDF/PPD. See your QuarkXPress documentation for detailed information on installing PDFs and PPDs. Note: All PDFs are copied into a PDF subdirectory during the QMS Level 2 Windows Driver installation process. After you install the QMS driver for Windows, close the QuarkXPress application on your PC. Copy the QuarkXPress PDF or PPD from its installation directory to the QuarkXPress directory on your PC. Restart QuarkXPress. Check the Page Setup menu to verify that your printer is in the list of available printers.
You're now ready to print from your PC. From this point, you'll probably perform most printing tasks from your application. For specific information, check the printing section in your application documentation. For information on print media types and sizes, see chapter 2, Print Media, in the Reference guide.
If you have trouble connecting and configuring your PC interface, refer to the Output Problems section of chapter 6 of the Operation guide for troubleshooting tips.
In the Administration/Communications/Network2/CrownNet/ NetWare/Config PServer/PServer Context, PServer Context, and PServer Context menus, enter the name of the configuration file server and print server context. Note: The three PServer Context[x] menus allow you to identify the name of the NDS configuration file server and the print server context. The format for the option is File server name Space Print server context
For example, if the configuration file server name is QMS-4 and the print server context is PRINTSERV2.SALES.QMS, you would enter: QMS-4 PRINTSERV2.SALES.QMS Note: Make sure to put a space between the file server name (QMS-4) and the print server context (PRINTSERV2.SALES.QMS). Up to 16 characters can be entered in the Pserver Context field, and additional 16 characters in Pserver Context field, and 16 characters in the Pserver Context field. 2 Note: If you want to assign more than 14 characters to the file server name you must use CrownAdmin 3 to enter the name. Reset the CrownNet interface by using the Administration/ Communications/Network2/CrownNet/Common/Soft Reset menu. Youre now ready to print. From this point, youll probably perform most printing tasks from your application. For specific information, check the printing section in your application documentation. For information on print media types and sizes, see chapter 2, Print Media, in the Reference manual. &RQQHFWLQJWRDQ(WKHUQHW1HWZRUN
1 If necessary, in the Administration/Communications/ Network2/CrownNet/TCPIP/Internet Address menu, enter the printers Internet address. The factory default Internet address is 161.033.128.024. 2 Note: Only the IP address needs to be entered. It is not necessary to enter the subnet mask. If necessary, in the Administration/Communications/ Network2/CrownNet/TCPIP/Default Router menu enter the Internet address of the default router. The factory default router address is 000.000.000.000. 3 If you set a default router address in the previous step, in the Administration/Communications/Network2/CrownNet/TCPIP/ Subnet Mask menu enter the printers subnet mask. The default subnet mask is 000.000.000.000. This setting provides automatic sensing of gateways. If you identify a subnet mask, automatic sensing is disabled. 4 Youre now ready to print. From this point, youll probably perform most printing tasks from your application. For specific information, check the printing section in your application documentation. For information on print media types and sizes, see chapter 2, Print Media, in the Reference manual.
0DFLQWRVK 3ULQWLQJ 6RIWZDUH 9 Choose the Install button to begin. Installation takes approximately one minute. The Installer places all of the options inside a newly created PSExec folder in the location you chose in step 7. 10 When the installation is finished, you're prompted to choose either Continue to install additional options from the Custom installation option or Quit to exit the Utils installer program.
To be able to use all your printers special features, you need to take a few minutes to load the following software from the QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM we shipped with your printer: If QuickDraw GX is installed on your Macintosh, load the GX driver for the QMS 2060 Print System. Go to Installing the QMS GX Driver on page 5-4. If QuickDraw GX is not installed on your Macintosh, install the following: QMS Macintosh printer utilities See Installing Macintosh Utilities on page 5-3 for information. QMS 2060 PPD file See Installing the QMS 2060 PPD on page 5-8 for information. Printer files for Aldus/Adobe PageMaker, Aldus/Macromedia FreeHand, Adobe PrePrint, Adobe Separator, or QuarkXPress See Application Notes on page 5-9 for information.
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0DFLQWRVK 3ULQWLQJ 6RIWZDUH driver allows your QMS printer to take full advantage of all of these features. Note: You cannot use the GX driver and the LaserWriter driver at the same time.
To be able to use the GX drivers, you must have QuickDraw GX and at least System 7.1 (preferably 7.5) installed on your Macintosh. See your Macintosh documentation for more information. Note: To avoid losing any data, make sure you close any open files or applications before installing the QMS GX driver, because the Macintosh reboots when installation is complete.
Use the following instructions if youre installing the QMS GX printer driver from the QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM. Note: At times updated printer drivers are shipped on 3.5" disk rather than on CD-ROM. If your shipment includes a printer drivers on a 3.5 disk, use the instructions in Installing from a 3.5" Disk on page 5-6 to install them. Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. If necessary, double-click the CD-ROM icon to display the CD-ROM contents. Double -click the MAC folder icon to display the folder contents. Double-click the GX folder icon to display the folder contents. Double-click the MAC_GX folder icon to display the folder contents. Double-click the gx_insta icon to open the Installer.
0DFLQWRVK 3ULQWLQJ 6RIWZDUH 7 In the QMS GX Drivers Installer dialog box, verify the Install Location. To change the Install Location you can either use the drop-down list box to display and select the appropriate disk drive, or choose the Switch Disk button to scroll through the available disk drives. 8 Choose Easy Install or Custom Install. Easy Install automatically installs all of the GX drivers available on the CD-ROM for QMS printers. Custom Install allows you to select the GX driver(s) for the specific QMS printer(s) you want to install. For example, if you wanted to install the GX drivers for the QMS 2060, but not for the other listed QMS printers, you would click the check box next to this driver only. The amount of available space on your Macintosh hard disk and the amount of space necessary for all of the selected drivers are indicated near the bottom of the window. Note: If youre using Custom Install, you can click the small icon to the right of each install option for more information about that option. 9 Click Install to begin the installation. When the installation is complete, a dialog box prompts you to choose Continue to install additional drivers from the Custom Install option or to choose Quit to exit from the Install program.
Use the following instructions if youre installing the printer driver from a 3.5" disk. With the Macintosh on, insert the QMS GX Drivers disk in the disk drive. In the QMS GX Drivers disk window, double-click the QMS GX Drivers Installer icon to open the Installer.
0DFLQWRVK 3ULQWLQJ 6RIWZDUH 3 In the QMS GX Drivers Installer dialog box, verify the Install Location. To change the Install Location you can either use the drop-down list box to display and select the appropriate disk drive, or choose the Switch Disk button to scroll through the available disk drives. 4 Choose Easy Install or Custom install. Easy Install automatically installs all of the GX drivers available on the disk for QMS printers. Custom Install allows you to select the GX driver(s) for the specific QMS printer(s) you want to install. For example, if you wanted to install the GX drivers for the QMS 2060, but not for the other listed QMS printers, you would click the check box next to this driver only. The amount of available space on your Macintosh hard disk and the amount of space necessary for all of the selected drivers are indicated near the bottom of the window. Note: If youre using Custom Install, you can click the small icon to the right of each install option for more information about that option. 5 Click Install to begin the installation. The Installer places the GX drivers in the Extensions folder inside the System folder. It also creates a QMS GX Drivers folder in the hard disk window. Inside this folder is the Installer log file, which you can view to verify the installation. When the installation is finished, a dialog box prompts you to choose Continue to install additional drivers from the Custom install option or to choose Quit to exit the Installer program.
Before you can print, you must create a desktop printer icon. Make sure the printer is on and on line. From the Apple menu choose Chooser.
0DFLQWRVK 3ULQWLQJ 6RIWZDUH 3 In the Chooser window, select the QMS 2060 GX Driver icon. Note: If your printer is connected to a network with multiple zones, rather than connected directly to your Macintosh, in the AppleTalk Zones box select the zone in which your printer is located. 4 Click Create. The printer icon for the selected printer is created and is placed on the desktop. Exit the Chooser. Click the desktop printer icon you just created to select it. A new Printing menu is added to the Finder at the top of the desktop. This menu appears every time you select the desktop printer icon. 7 Use the commands in the Finders Printing menu to set up the printer defaults.
Control Panel Indicators on page 6-3 Message Window on page 6-3 Control Panel Keys on page 6-6
The control panel, located on the front of the printer, allows you to direct the printers operation. In addition, it displays the current status of the printer, including any condition that needs your attention. The control panel consists of the following parts: Four indicators to provide printer status information. A message window to display status and configuration information. Nine keys to allow you to control the printer.
Four indicators on the control panel display printer status information. Indicator On The system is on line and ready. Off The system is off line or not ready or both. Blinking The printer is warming up.
The printer requires operator intervention. This indicator is usually accompanied by a status message in the message window. The printer is receiving data from one or more of the simultaneous interfaces. The printer hard disk is being accessed. The printer is receiving data from one or more of the simultaneous interfaces.
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information. Status messages are listed in chapter 6, Troubleshooting Printer Problems, of the Operation guide. Printer configuration is explained in chapter 4, Printer Configuration, of the Reference guide. Messages are displayed in three ways in the message window: Continuous display A short status message such as IDLE displays continuously until the status changes. Scrolling display A longer status message, such as WAITING ON INPUT END JOB?, scrolls marquee-style so that you can read the whole message whenever you happen to look at the printer. Throughout this manual, messages that scroll are shown in shaded boxes. Changing display Messages that show you where you are in the configuration menu display in two parts. For 1.5 seconds, the name of the menu you are leaving displays in the window; then the menu or option you have reached displays until you press another key. When you go automatically through one level to its options, the level you pass through displays for 1.5 seconds, and then the first option displays. For example, when you take the printer off line and then press the Menu key, the message window reads CONFIGURATION for 1.5 seconds and then switches to OPERATOR CONTROL.
Status messages and configuration menus can be displayed in the message window in English, French, German, or Spanish. If you need to change the message window language, use the Administration/Miscellaneous/Keypad Language menu.
If youre not familiar with using the configuration menu, refer to chapter 4, Printer Configuration, of the Reference guide for complete information.
Menu Choices Default Notes
Administration/Miscellaneous/Keypad Language English, French, German, Spanish English The printer must be restarted for changes to this menu to take effect. You can either let the printer restart automatically after you save the change and exit from the configuration menu, or you can wait for the change to take effect the next time you manually turn on the printer.
The Online/Offline, Tray Select, Status Page, and Cancel keys access frequently used printer options. The Copy key is available when the CrownCopy option is installed. Key Function Use the Online/Offline key to switch the printer from on line to off line status. Press the key once to take the printer off line when it is on line and once to return the printer to on line when it is off line. When the printer goes off line, the communication ports are closed, so no new data is accepted. The printer continues printing until it has finished all jobs in process. Although jobs continue to compile and print using the data already received, a job may be interrupted, causing it to wait for more incoming data before printing resumes. If a remote console has taken the printer off line, pressing the Online key on the control panel will not take effect until the console puts the printer back on line. Note: You must take the printer off line before using all other keys except the Status Page and Cancel keys (and the Copy key if CrownCopy is installed).
Use the Tray Select key to select the active media input source: multipurpose (multipurpose tray) upper (upper cassette) optional (optional cassette, if installed)
The printer must be off line for you to use the Tray Select key. Use the Copy key to print a copy via CrownCopy, if that option is installed. Use the Status Page key to print a listing of the current printer settings. See the Special Pages section of chapter 4, Printer Configuration, in the Reference guide for information on the status page contents. You can print a status page whether the printer is on line or off line. Press the Cancel key to cancel one or more print jobs or to send on end-of-job command (See chapter 3, Advanced Printing Features, of the Operation guide for complete information.) You can use this key while the printer is on line. Note: If you press the Cancel key by mistake, or if you decide not to cancel a print job after pressing this key, press the Menu key to cancel the Cancel keys function.
Caution: If youre using LEF media (see Paper Size on page 2-5), choose the page orientation in your application (in the Page Setup or similar dialog box) before you choose the media size. This ensures proper printed output (and the proper icon in applications such as Microsoft Word that display media icons in the Page Setup dialog box). Choosing the page size first will yield unexpected results.
Purpose Choices Sets the orientation (printing direction) of the print media. PortraitPrinting along the short edge of the page LandscapePrinting along the long edge of the page Default Notes Portrait Portrait Letter/A4 LEF is the same as landscape Letter/A4, and Landscape Letter/A4 LEF is the same as portrait Letter/A4.
Purpose Choices Sets the input source (cassette/tray) from which print media is pulled into the printer Printer DefaultThe tray or cassette chosen through the Tray Select Key on the printer control panel Manual FeedThe multipurpose tray Upper TrayThe standard media cassette Lower TrayThe optional lower media cassette Default Upper Tray
Purpose Choices Default Sets the type of media to be printed StandardNormal weight paper, envelopes, and labels Standard
Purpose Choices Default Notes Sets the number of copies to be printed. 1-This scroll box is available only when youre setting the printer driver defaults. If youre configuring the printer for the current print job, set the number of copies in the Print dialog box.
The About. button displays the version number of the printer driver.
Restore Defaults Button
The Restore Defaults button allows you to reset all of the selections on the Paper tab to their default settings.
Apply and OK Buttons
The Apply button allows you to save your changes and continue working in the Properties window, while the OK button allows you to save your changes and exit from the Properties window.
The Cancel button allows you to cancel your changes and exit from the Properties window.
Configuring More Paper Options
Use the More Options. button on the Paper tab to display the PaperMore Options window.
Printing on Both Sides
Note: You must have an optional duplexer installed to print duplex.
Select between simplex (single-sided) and duplex (doublesided) printing. NoneSimplex printing Flip on Long EdgeDuplex printing; choose this option when youre feeding media by the long edge Flip on Short EdgeDuplex printing; choose this option when youre feeding media by the short edge Default Notes None See Special Notes on Duplexing in chapter 3, Printing.
The OK button allows you to save your changes and exit from the PaperMore Options window.
Purpose Range Allows you to select a specific media size. Size A3 A4 A4 LEF A5 B4 (JIS) B5 (JIS) C5 Envelope #10 Envelope DL Executive Legal Letter Letter LEF Monarch Postcard Statement Tabloid (11x17) Universal No default Select an input source from the drop-down list box, and then select a media name (size) in the Name drop-down list box. LEF refers to long-edge feed. All other page sizes are fed into the printer short-edge first. If youre using LEF media, choose the page orientation in your application (in the Page Setup or similar dialog box) before you choose the media size. This ensures proper printed output (and the proper icon in applications such as Microsoft Word that display media icons in the Page Setup dialog box). Choosing the page size first will yield unexpected results. Not all media sizes are supported by all input sources. See More About Print Media in chapter 3, Printing, for more information. In addition, more media sizes may be listed in the Microsoft printer driver than are actually supported by the printer. Refer to the table above to ensure that you chose a printer-supported media size.
Working with the Printer Drivers 2-17
Inches 11.69 x 16.53 8.27 x 11.69 11.69 x 8.27 5.85 x 8.27 10.12 x 14.33 7.17 x 10.12 6.38 x 9.02 4.125 x 9.50 4.33 x 8.66 7.25 x 10.50 8.50 x 14.00 8.50 x 11.00 11.0 x 8.50 3.875 x 7.50 3.94 x 5.83 5.50 x 8.50 11.00 x 17.00 13.00 x 19.00
Millimeters 297.0 x 420.0 210.0 x 297.0 297.0 x 210.0 148.5 x 210.0 257.0 x 364.0 182.0 x 257.0 162.0 x 229.0 104.8 x 241.3 110.0 x 220.0 185.0 x 267.0 215.9 x 355.6 215.9 x 279.4 279.4 x 215.9 98.43 x 190.5 100.0 x 148.0 139.7 x 215.9 279.4 x 431.8 330.2 x 482.6
Access the Device Color/Halftone Properties dialog box by choosing the Halftone. button in the Printer Setup dialog box.
Purpose Choices Default Identifies the printer model whose color/halftone properties youre setting Not configurable QMS 2060 WX
Purpose Choices Specifies the cell size for the halftone pattern. 2x2, 2x2 Enhanced, 4x4, 4x4 Enhanced, 6x6, 6x6 Enhanced, 8x8, 8x8 Enhanced, 10x10, 10x10 Enhanced, 12x12, 12x12 Enhanced, 14x14, 14x14 Enhanced, 16x16, 16x16 Enhanced 6x6 Enhanced Halftone pattern is defined by the size of the cells used in the pattern. Cells are measured in pixels. A 4x4 cell contains 16 pixels. Larger cells print a more coarsely grained picture; however, larger cells allow a greater range of grays or colors to be printed. Enhanced cell patterns are optimized to produce greater resolution. If your graphic prints with an unwanted pattern of lines or an unwanted moir pattern, try printing it again, using the same cell size but without enhancement.
Branch Purpose Choices Paper/Output Sets the orientation (printing direction) of the print media. PortraitPrinting along the short edge of the page LandscapePrinting along the long edge of the page Default Notes Portrait Portrait Letter LEF/A4 LEF is the same as landscape Letter/A4. Landscape Letter LEF/A4 LEF is the same as portrait Letter/A4.
Branch Purpose Choices Paper/Output Sets the input source (cassette/tray/bin) from which print media is pulled into the printer Printer DefaultThe tray or cassette chosen through the Tray Select Key on the printer control panel Manual FeedThe multipurpose tray Upper TrayThe standard media cassette Lower TrayThe optional lower media cassette Default Automatically Select
Branch Purpose Choices Default Notes Paper/Output Sets the number of copies to be printed. 1-Copy This scroll box is available only when youre setting the printer driver defaults. If youre configuring the printer for the current print job, set the number of copies in the Print dialog box.
Branch Purpose Choices Default Graphic Sets the printing resolution. 600 dots per inchFor printing documents at 600x600 dpi 600 dots per inch
Branch Purpose Choices Document Options Sets the type of media to be printed StandardNormal weight paper, envelopes, and labels Thick Stock2443 lb (90163 g/m2) stock TransparencyOverhead transparency film Default Standard
Branch Purpose Choices Document Options Sets the format in which printing information is stored while a print job is waiting. OffTurns off metafile spooling OnTurns on metafile spooling Default Notes On Generally, Metafile Spooling On (EMF format) frees up your program because it is smaller and doesnt depend on what kind of printing device you have. Metafile Spooling Off (RAW format) is specific to the printer, so extra time may be required to convert the printing information, and your application wont be available to work on other tasks. If you have a printing problem with Metafile Spooling On, try Off.
Halftone Color Adjustment
See Configuring Halftone Adjustments on page 2-54.
The OK button allows you to save your changes and exit from the Default Document Properties window.
The Cancel button allows you to cancel your changes and exit from the Default Document Properties window.
Configuring Halftone Adjustments
Halftone Color Adjustment is located under the Document Options branch. When Halftone Color Adjustment is selected, the Halftone Color Adjustment window displays. Each option and button on this window is explained in detail in this section.
On the Sharing tab, choose the Shared As: radio button. In the Share Name box type a name for the printer. Youll use this name and the PCs name to identify the printer.
In the Comment box type a location or other description. This is optional, but it will help others locate and identify your printer.
If you want to limit the use of your printer to only a certain group of people, in the Password box type a password. Choose the OK button. An outstretched hand is added to the bottom of the printers icon to indicate that the printer can be shared.
Windows NT 3.51
Note: This section explains how to configure the QMS 2060 WX printer driver in Windows 95 for sharing. If youre using Windows 95, refer to Windows 95 on page 2-58. If youre using Windows NT 4.0, refer to Windows NT 4.0 on page 2-61. If your Windows NT 3.51 printer driver was not configured for sharing when originally installed, use the following instructions to add sharing: 1 Ensure that Server service is enabled. Access the Service dialog box by choosing the Services icon in the Control Panel window. Refer to your Window NT 3.51 documentation for complete information. 4 Open Print Manager. Select the printers icon or window. From the Printer menu choose Properties. A Printer Properties window displays. 5 In the Printer Properties dialog box select the Share This Printer on the Network check box.
If necessary, edit the Share Name Print Manager creates. PCs running Windows NT see this printer name when connecting to the printer. However, PCs running MS-DOS require a share name that conforms to MS-DOS naming conventions (a name with 8 or fewer characters, a period, and an optional extension with 3 or fewer characters), in order to connect.
Type a description in the Location text box. This description helps let people know where their documents will be printed. They will see this location in the Connect to Printer dialog box when they add the printer to their list of available printers.
Choose the OK button.
Windows NT 4.0
Note: This section explains how to configure the QMS 2060 WX printer driver in Windows NT 4.0 for sharing. If youre using Windows 95, refer to Windows 95 on page 2-58. If youre using Windows NT 3.51, refer to Windows NT 3.51 on page 2-60. Printer sharing can be used only with attached PCs that are running either Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0. If your Windows NT 4.0 printer driver was not configured for sharing when originally installed, use the following instructions to add sharing: From the Windows NT Start menu choose Settings. Then choose Printers. In the Printers window, select the QMS 2060 WX icon. From the File menu, choose Properties. From the Properties dialog box, choose the Sharing tab. After the Sharing tab displays, select Shared. In the Share Name edit box, type the name of the printer. This is the name displayed when your PC is connected to the printer.
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Format the transparencies in your application. Load the transparencies in the multipurpose tray. See Multipurpose Tray on page 3-8 and Special Considerations, above, for information on loading transparencies. Note: You may want to try printing the formatted information on a plain sheet of paper first to check placement.
Use the Windows printer driver to select manual feed, transparency printing, and any other printing options you want. Send the print job.
Your printer supports label printing from the multipurpose tray (up to 10 sheets). Adhesive label stock has pressure-sensitive (peel and stick) adhesive backing. A label consists of a face sheet, the adhesive, and the carrier sheet.
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Use label stock with pressure-sensitive (peel-and-stick) adhesive backing. Avoid using label stock with exposed adhesive; it may stick to the toner cartridge or the fixing roller, causing labels to peel off and printer jams to occur. The label printing surface must cover the entire carrier sheet, and no adhesive should come through on the surface. The adhesive and carrier sheet must withstand the fusing temperature (200C/ 392 F). The face sheet printing surface must adhere to the plain paper specifications listed in appendix B, Technical Specifications. We recommend Avery 5160, letter or A4 size. Label data should be formatted within your application. Try printing your data on a plain sheet of media first to check placement. This reduces the number of label sheets you use. Before printing labels, disable the duplexer if its installed and check the manual feed guides to make sure theyre not too tight and buckling the labels. Load the labels long edge first, face up, and with the top of the page toward the rear of the printer.
1 Format the labels in your application.
Load the labels in the multipurpose tray. See Multipurpose Tray on page 3-8 and Special Considerations, above, for information on loading labels.
Note: You may want to try printing the formatted information on a plain sheet of paper first to check placement. Use the Windows printer driver to select manual feed, standard (paper) printing, and any other printing options you want. Send the print job.
Letterhead and Other Preprinted Media
You can print letterhead and other preprinted media from the multipurpose tray as well as from a standard or optional cassette.
Letterhead and preprinted paper must adhere to the paper specifications listed in appendix B, Technical Specifications. Adjust the multipurpose tray media guides to fit the letterhead or memo size. Insert the letterhead or memo short-edge first, face up with the top of the page facing into the printer.
The following table identifies the results for each combination of application slide setting and printer driver media setting.
Application Slide Settings Sized for Orientation OnScreen Show Landscape
Printer Driver Media Settings Size Orien- Source tation Cassette
Printed Output Media Feeding Orientation
Short Edge Landscape image on horizontal media. Long Edge Landscape image on vertical media.
Message window displays Printing paper mismatch during printing. No error displays, but the image may be clipped due to the media mismatch. Normal printing
Multipur- Long Edge Landscape pose Tray image on vertical media. OnScreen Show Portrait Letter Any Cassette Short Edge Portrait image on vertical media. Long Edge Portrait image on horizontal media. Manual Feed Long Edge Portrait image on horizontal media. Long Edge Landscape image on horizontal media. Short Edge Landscape image on horizontal media. Multipur- Short Edge Landscape pose Tray image on horizontal media.
Message window displays Printing paper mismatch during printing. No error displays, but the image may be clipped due to the media mismatch. The output was imaged for short-edge feed.
Letter Any LEF
Message window displays Printing paper mismatch during printing. No error displays, but the image may be clipped due to the media mismatch.
Application Slide Settings Sized for Orientation OnScreen Show
Portrait Letter Any LEF
Long Edge Portrait image on vertical media. Short Edge Portrait image on vertical media.
The output was imaged for short- edge feed.
Short Edge Portrait image on vertical media.
Printing Word 7.0 Files in Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft Word 7.0 in Windows NT 4.0 has maximum influence on the printer driver properties. Word overrides all the printer driver settings except resolution. Word does support the Letter LEF media size, so your file prints out as you see it on the screen and in print preview. Use the following instructions to select a media orientation, size, and input source in Word 7.0. The following table identifies the results for each combination of application and printer driver media setting. 3 From the File menu choose Page Setup. In the Page Setup dialog box choose the Paper Size tab. On the Paper Size tab, in the Orientation section, select the appropriate orientation radio button.
Caution: If youre using LEF media, you must choose the page orientation before you choose the media size. This ensures proper printed output (and the proper icon in the Page Setup dialog box). Choosing the page size first will yield unexpected results.
On the Paper Size tab, in the Paper Size drop-down list box select the appropriate media size. Choose the Paper Source tab. On the Paper Source tab select the appropriate media source for the First Page and the Other Pages of the document. Choose OK. Print your document.
In Windows 95, youll notice the following occurrences in Microsoft Office if youre printing multiple, duplexed, collated copies of a job with an odd number of pages:
Microsoft Office 95The first copy prints correctly, but subsequent copies begin printing on the back of the last page of previous copy. Microsoft Office 97The first copy prints correctly, but on the first page of subsequent copies a black line prints half way down the page (A3 and Tabloid page sizes), the top third of the page is solid black (Universal page size), or the entire page is solid black (all other page sizes).
Use one of the following suggestions:
Add a page or section break at the end of the file in your application to create an even number of pages. Print simplex copies of your job. Print one copy of your job multiple times.
Preventing Media Jams
Some printer problems are caused by improper handling of media or use of the wrong media and consumables. There are several things you can do to reduce the occurrence of media jams.
Use paper, envelopes, labels, postcards, transparencies that match the printer specifications.(See the Consumable Supplies section of appendix B, Technical Specifications, for more complete information.) Make sure the media is not folded or wrinkled. Do not overfill the multipurpose tray or the cassette. The multipurpose tray holds about 150 sheets of 16 to 42 lb (20 to 157 g/m2) paper, 5 transparencies, 10 envelopes, 10 sheets of letterhead or thick paper, or 10 labels. The 250-sheet cassette holds up to 250 sheets of paper. The 500-sheet cassette holds up to 500 sheets of paper.
If you have problems with double feeding, remove the media from the cassette or input bin and fan the edges. The sheets may be sticking together. Note: Do not fan transparencies since this causes static.
Print media must be stored away from moisture and humidity. The recommended relative humidity is 15%-85% with no condensation. Many manufacturers place an arrow on the end of the wrapper indicating the side of the media to use for printing. If you cannot determine which side of the media to print on, remove the media from the cassette, rotate the stack a half-turn, turn the stack over, and then place it back in the cassette. If none of the above relieves media jamming, notify your vendor.
Turn off the Online indicator and ready the Idle printer for configuration. Access the configuration menu. Energy saver
Note: The printer must be off line and idle before you can access the configuration menu.
Selecting Configuration Menu Options
Once you access the configuration menu, you use the control panel keys to move through the menu. Use the following keys: Press this key. Menu to. Advance through the available menus: Energy saver, Language, Internet address, Subnet mask, Router 1, Router 2, and Eth. HW address (Ethernet Hardware address). (Service and Board Test have different functions. They are explained in chapter 8, Troubleshooting.) Save an option. Advance to the next option within a menu. Return to the previous option within a menu.
Select Next Previous
For example, the instructions below show how to change the Energy Saver time interval from 1 hour to 15 minutes. Press to. this key. Online/ Offline Menu Select Next (3 times) Select Turn off the Online indicator and ready the printer for configuration. Access the Energy saver menu. Access the Energy saver menu options. Advance through the Energy saver menu options to 15 min. Select and save 15 min. The message window reads. Idle
Energy saver 1 hr 2 hr None 15 min Selected* Energy saver
*Selected displays for 1.5 seconds before the message window again reads Energy saver.
Setting the Message Window Language
Status and error messages as well as configuration menus and options can be displayed in the message window in one of six languages. Menu Choices Default Language Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish English
Setting Energy Conservation
The QMS 2060 WX Print System is Energy Star compliant. The Energy Saver menu allows you to specify whether the printer changes to a low-power state (the engine remains on, but the fuser turns off) after the printer is inactive for a specified length of time. When a print job is received, the printer returns to normal power with 70 seconds. Menu Choices Default Energy saver Off, 15 min, 30 min, 45 min, 1 hr, 2 hr 1 hr
Setting the Internet Address
The Internet Address menu allows you to set the printers network (Internet) address. The address is in the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. Menu Choices Default Notes Internet address Each xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx triplet can have a value of 001 254. 000.000.000.000
Fuser assembly Transfer roller Paper roller
An authorized QMS service technician will install these items.
Repacking the printer for relocation or shipment on page 7-2
If you need to relocate or ship your QMS 2060 WX Print System after it has been installed, you must follow the procedures in this chapter to prevent damage to the printer and to keep your warranty valid. v Caution: QMS cannot be held responsible for damage to your printer during shipment that results from the improper packaging of your printer. You must use the instructions given in this section before repacking the printer in its original shipping box with the original packing materials.
If you need replacement packaging, in the US call QMS National Service at 1 (334) 633-4300 x 2530. If you need to return the printer for service, in the US call QMS Customer Service at 1 (334) 633-1072 for an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number before shipping the printer. In other countries, refer to appendix A, QMS Customer Support.
Remove Cables and Cassette(s)
5 Turn off the printer. Remove the power cable and all interface cables. Remove the media cassette(s) from the printer. Remove the media from the cassette(s). Repack the cassette(s) in their shipping carton(s).
Note: If youre returning the printer for service, you dont need to return the power cable, interface cables, or cassettes. The starter kit box is a great place to store this equipment as well as the other equipment you remove from the printer in the following sections.
Remove the Toner Cartridge
Remove the toner cartridge. While grasping the handle of the empty toner cartridge, remove the cartridge by pulling up it and then towards you.
Repack the Printer
Repack the toner cartridge to its original protective aluminum bag and shipping carton. Note: The toner cartridge is sensitive to bright light. Do not remove the cartridge from the printer until youre ready to return it to its protective bag. Store the cartridge in an environment that is not subject to extreme heat or humidity, salty air, or corrosive gases, such as aerosols. Keep the toner cartridge away from your computer. The magnets in the cartridge can damage data, particularly on your floppy disks.
If youre disposing of the toner cartridge, put it in a trash receptacle. Dont dispose of it by burning.
4 Close the printers top cover.
Repack the Printer M WARNING! The printer weighs about 53 lbs (24 kg). Dont lift it by
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The Internet address is incorrectly set. use the Internet address menu to set it correctly (see chapter 4, Control Panel). This indicates the total amount of memory installed in the printer and the kernel version. It displays immediately after QMS 2060 WX test during printer startup. Media has jammed leaving the media cassette. Remove the jam (see Media Jams on page 8-15).
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This message. Need more memory Paper mismatch
indicates. More memory is needed to print the job, and the media in the media cassette is different from that chosen in the printer driver. Note: Due to the lack of sufficient memory, parts of the image may be clipped off.
Need new kernel
The kernel is damaged. Download the system software again (see Updating System Software in chapter 5, Printer Options). The kernel is being downloaded during the system software downloading process. Media has jammed leaving the paper exit unit. Remove the jam (see Media Jams on page 8-15). The indicated media cassette is empty; reload the cassette. (See chapter 3, Printing, for information on refilling cassettes.)
Paper out lower tray
Paper out manual feed Paper out upper tray Parallel port Print job active Printing The printer has identified a parallel interface connection during startup. The PC is sending a job to the printer. The printer is on line and printing.
This message. Printing need more memory
indicates. The printer is on line and printing, but it needs more memory to print the file. It will print as much of the page as it can currently fit in memory. Note: Due to the lack of sufficient memory, parts of the image may be clipped off.
Printing paper mismatch
The media size in the media cassette is different from that chosen in the printer driver. The job will print on the installed media size. Note: If the media size installed is smaller than that chosen in the printer driver, parts of the image may be clipped off.
QMS 2060 WX test Selected Toner empty
The printer is going through its initial testing during startup. You have selected a setting or option in the configuration menu. The toner cartridge is empty. (See chapter 6, Maintenance, for information on replacing the toner cartridge.) The toner cartridge is low. (See chapter 6, Maintenance, for information on replacing the toner cartridge.) The printer is warming up; the fuser is at a low temperature. Wait until the printer has warmed up before you print. The new system software is being written to flash memory.
Performing a Board Test
Does your application require any additional printer setup? If youre experiencing printing problems not related to print quality, check the printing section of your application documentation to see if any additional printer setup steps are required.
You can test the printer by using the Board Test menu.
Caution: Make sure the control panel message window reads IDLE before performing this procedure. Press the Online/Offline key to take the printer off line. Press the Menu key 10 times to access the Board Test menu. Press the Select key to display the Perform test option. Press the Select key to display the message Online, full test and begin the test. The printer displays the following messages several times: Testing Testing Testing Testing DRAM Flash Ethernet Asics
When the board test is finished, the message Board tested OK displays, and then the message Booting displays as the printer restarts and returns to Idle
Accessing Page Count
You can identify the number of page faces that have been printed in two ways. Note: A page face is one side of a letter/A4-size sheet of media. Therefore, a simplex letter/A4-size page has one printed face while a duplex letter/A4-size page has two printed faces, and a simplex tabloid/A3-size sheet has two printed faces while a duplex tabloid/A3size sheet has four printed faces.
Status Page Key a b Press the Online/Offline key to take the printer off line. Press the Status Page key on the control panel. The message Page count # xxx scrolls in the control panel message window. c d Press the Online/Offline key to return the message window to Idle. Press the Online/Offline key again to put the printer back on line.
Configuration Menu a b c Press the Online/Offline key to take the printer off line. Press the Menu key nine times to access the Service menu. Press the Select key. The message Page count # xxx scrolls in the control panel message window. d Press the Online/Offline key to return the message window to Idle and put the printer back on line.
When a jam occurs, the message window on the control panel displays one of the following messages: Inner jam, Misfeed jam, or Outer jam. This section contain procedures for clearing each type of jam. Note: If an Inner Jam; Paper Mismatch message displays in the message window, the problem is not a media jam. Instead, the media size in the default media cassette is different from that chosen in the printer driver. The job will print on the installed media size.
If this message doesnt clear, either turn the printer off and then on again, or open the top cover, place the correct size media in the default media cassette, and then close the top cover.
This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
The following power cord requirements are in effect for the 220V QMS 2060 WX Print System.
Minimum Minimum 0.75 mm2 H05 VV - F
Note: The male plug is certified in the country in which the equipment is to be installed, and the female plug is an IEC 320 connector.
Various factors can affect a printers warranty. Two important ones are consumables and electrostatic discharge. Read your printer warranty carefully, and then store it in a safe place. Note: Dont return any merchandise to the manufacturer without calling for a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for the QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) telephone number where you can obtain an RMA number.
Consumables and Your Warranty
The use of non-QMS consumables and/or accessories alone does not affect either your warranty or any maintenance contract you may
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have purchased. However, if QMS printer failure or damage is found to be directly attributable to the use of non-QMS consumables and/or accessories, QMS will not repair the printer free of charge. In this case, standard time and material charges will be applied to service your printer for that particular failure or damage. QMS recommends that you use only QMS consumables and accessories to support your printer. To order QMS consumables and accessories in the US, call (800) 777-7782. In all other countries, check appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for the QMS office closest to you.
Electrostatic Discharge and Your Warranty
It's very important to protect the printer controller board and other printer circuit boards from electrostatic damage. If an anti-static wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground. The bare metal chassis of equipment, such as on the back of a computer, is suitable if it is plugged in but turned off. Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isn't an acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform this task. If you don't have an anti-static wrist strap, discharge your body's static electric charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or components and before removing the controller board cover. If you must walk around before completing your task, discharge your bodys static electric charge again before touching the printer controller board. Incidental and consequential damages caused by not discharging electrostatic buildup can affect your printer warranty.
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