Konica Minolta EP1085
Genuine Konica Minolta 8936-302 (104A) Toner for use in Konica Minolta EP1085 - 8936-302 / 104A - Genuine Konica Minolta Brand-270 Gram Cartridge
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Part Numbers: 8936-302, 104A
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|yushiza||2:11am on Saturday, September 18th, 2010|
|Do NOT buy this camera used After my first beloved Minolta Dimage X Camera was accidentally lost last year, I really wished to have another.|
|bmccurdy||6:33am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|I would not buy this camera if I knew then wh... Outdoor pictures are good. Indoor pictures are poor quality.|
|asmarlo||4:23am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Neat pocket camera I have owned two Minolta XT cameras. One I gave to my daughter who took over 5000 images with it, the other I still use. Terribly unreliable camera. This is my second Minolta Camera and both have broken within 1 year of use.|
|r.mann||7:19pm on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|Well worth it for those new to digital cameras I must say how impressed i am with this wonder of technology.|
|dodo12||5:23pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|Cheap plastic battery door - $181 Cute size encourages leisure use, but beware of the fragility of this camera.|
|itsme||11:46pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|This camera is perhaps one of the most user-friendly cameras that I have encountered. Super easy to use.|
|Scott72||11:21pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|Great photo quality, reliabiltiy and size None Optical Zoom, Compact Size, MPEG Video capability, SD Slot Expensive battery, Weak Digital Zoom results|
|Bret_Cannon||5:22am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|+ Super slim + Clever battery charger/console + Still working without problem since purchased 2003|
|fmiles||12:19am on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|If you are looking for an all around good camera, this is a great camera for you.However. If you are looking for an all around good cam... Small, very good pictures. I would not buy this camera if I knew then what I know now. Indoor shots, particularly group pictures, are of poor quality.|
|cintech||10:04am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Brilliant quality, great portability Like most digital cameras, comes without enough memory I love this camera. Very slim due to its zooming after the mirror Quite expensive|
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Chapter 4 Auxiliary Functions... 4-1 1. Checking the Total Number of Copies Mode..4-2 2. Toner Replenisher Function (Increasing the Image Density).4-3 3. Drum Dehumidifier Function... 4-4 4. Users Choice... 4-5 Making the Users Choice Mode Settings..4-11 Chapter 5 When an Indicator Lights Up.. 5-1 1. Quick Reference for Indicator Lights..5-2 2. Detailed Instructions for Indicator Lights..5-3 Add Toner Indicator... 5-3 Add Paper Indicator... 5-4 Closure Failure Indicator..5-6 Misfeed Indicator...5-7 Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator..5-12 Chapter 6 Troubleshooting... 6-1 1. When this Type of Copy is Produced..6-2 2. The Copier is not functioning as designed..6-5 Chapter 7 Specifications... 7-1 1. Specifications... 7-2 Chapter 8 Miscellaneous... 8-1 1. Care of the Copier... 8-2 Daily Checks... 8-2 Cleaning...8-3 2. Paper Size and Zoom Ratio Table..8-5 3. Index....8-7 Chapter 5 When an Indicator Lights Up Chapter 4 Auxiliary Functions Chapter 2 Getting to Know Your Copier Chapter 1 Safety Notes
Chapter 3 Making Copies
Chapter 6 Troublesshooting
Chapter 7 Specifications
Chapter 8 Miscellaneous
Terms and Symbols for the Type of Originals and Copy Paper
A few special terms and symbols are used in this manual to designate types of originals and copy paper. This page explains about these terms and symbols.
Feeding Direction (copy paper path)
In this copier system, copy paper is taken up from the right-hand side of the copier and fed through the copier toward the left-hand side, face up onto the Copy Tray. In the figure below, the direction in which the copy paper is fed, as indicated by the arrow, is called the feeding direction.
Width and Length
When we talk about the size of the original or copy, we call side A width and side B length. A: Width B: Length
Terms and Symbols Used
When the original or copy has a length longer than its width, we call it lengthwise and use symbol L or .
When the original or copy has a length shorter than its width, we call it crosswise and use symbol C or
1. Installing the Copier
42-3/4" 49-1/4" 10" 25-3/4" 18-1/2" 17-3/4" 25"
Copier + OPTION
44-1/4" 17-3/4" 64-1/4" 53-1/2" 26-1/2"
2. Precautions for Use
The operating environmental requirements of the copier are as follows. Chapter 1 Safety Notes Temperature: 10C to 30C (50F to 86F) with a fluctuation of 10C (18F) per hour Humidity: 15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour
To ensure the optimum performance of the copier, follow the precautions listed below. NEVER place a heavy object on the copier or subject the copier to shocks. NEVER open any doors, or turn OFF the copier while the copier is making copies. NEVER bring any magnetized object or use flammable sprays near the copier. NEVER place a vase or vessel containing water on the copier. NEVER drop paper clips, staples, or other small pieces of metal into the copier. NEVER attempt to remove any Cover that is secured. NEVER remodel the copier, as a fire or electrical shock could result. ALWAYS insert the power plug all the way into the outlet. ALWAYS make sure that the outlet is visible, clear of the copier or copier cabinet. ALWAYS ensure that the copier does not ride on the power cord or communications cable of other electrical equipment, and it does not get such a cord or cable wedged into its own mechanism. NEVER leave damage or cracks evident on the copier power cord unattended. If you find any of these conditions, immediately shut down the copier, unplug the power cord, and call your Technical Representative for appropriate action. ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous copies. NEVER keep the copier running when it becomes inordinately hot or produces abnormal noise. If that happens, immediately turn OFF the copier, unplug it, and then call your Technical Representative.
NOTE = Locate the Copier in a Well Ventilated Room = A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this copier. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive copier operations. For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated. REMARQUE = Placer le copieur dans une pice largement ventile = Une quantit dozone ngligable est dgage pendant le fonctionnement du copieur quand celui-ci est utilis normalement. Cependant, une odeur dsagrable peut tre ressentie dans les pices dont laration est insuffisante et lorsque une utilisation prolonge du copieur est effectue. Pour avoir la certitude de travailler dans un environnement runissant des conditions de confort, sant et de scurit, il est prfrable de bien arer la pice ou se trouve le copieur.
Care of Copier Supplies
Use the following precautions when handling the copier supplies (toner, paper, etc.). Store the paper, toner, and other supplies in a place free from direct sunlight and away from any heating apparatus. Keep them in a dry, clean environment. Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded into the drawer, in a sealed plastic bag in a cool, dark place. Use the correct toner for the exclusive use by the copier. The applicable copier model name is indicated on the Toner Bottle. Keep supplies out of the reach of children. If your hands become soiled with toner, wash them with soap and water immediately.
If you need to transport the copier over a long distance, consult your Technical Representative.
Legal Restrictions on Copying
Certain types of documents must never be copied by the copier for the purpose or with the intent to pass copies of such documents off as the original. The following is not a complete list but is meant to be used as a guide to responsible copying. Financial Instruments Personal Checks Travelers Checks Money Orders Certificates of Deposit Bonds or other Certificates of Indebtedness Stock Certificates Legal Documents Food Stamps Postage Stamps (canceled or uncanceled) Checks or Drafts drawn by Government Agencies Internal Revenue Stamps (canceled or uncanceled) Passports Immigration Papers Motor Vehicle Licenses and Titles House and Property Titles and Deeds General Identification Cards, Badges, or Insignias Copyrighted Works without permission of the copyright owner In addition, it is prohibited under any circumstances to copy domestic or foreign currencies or Works of Art without permission of the copyright owner. When in doubt about the nature of a document, consult with legal counsel.
Zoom Down Key: Zoom Up Key: Key Pad: Energy Saver Key: Panel Reset Key:
Panel Reset Energy Saver
Stop Key: Start Key: Enlargement Key: Full Size Key: Reduction Key: Exposure Control Key ( ,Darker): Auto Exposure Mode Key: Exposure Control Key ( ,Lighter): Book Key:
Press to stop a multi-copy cycle. Press to start a copy cycle. Press to select a desired fixed enlargement ratio. p. 3-11 Press to select full size (100%). p. 3-11 Press to select a desired fixed reduction ratio. p. 3-10 Press as necessary to make the exposure level higher in the Manual Exposure Mode. p. 3-14 Press to select the Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure or Photo Mode. p. 3-14 Press as necessary to make the exposure level lower in the Manual Exposure Mode. p. 3-14 Press as necessary to select the Book Copying Mode. p. 3-15
Finishing Mode Select Key: Press as necessary to select the Sort or Non-Sort Mode, when the sorter(option) ismounted to the copier. p. 3-17 Auto Size Mode Key: Feeder(option) is mounted to the copier. p. 3-12
Lighter Darker Auto/Photo
Monitor Display Paper Source Indicator Shows the paper source which is currently selected for use. p. 3-9 Example: Shows that the Drawer is currently selected for use.
Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator Indicates that the copier has developed a malfunction. When a malfunction occurs, the corresponding malfunction code is shown across the Zoom Ratio Indicator and Multi-Copy Display. p. 5-12
Closure Failure Indicator The location of a Door left open is also indicated by a round marker. p. 5-6 Example: Indicates that the Front Door or Right Door is left open.
Add Toner Indicator Indicates that the Toner Bottle is running out of toner. Replace the Toner Bottle as soon as possible. p. 5-3
Misfeed Indicator Indicates that a paper misfeed has occurred. The location of the misfeed is also indicated by a round marker. p. 5-7 Example: Shows that a misfeed has occurred inside the copier.
Maintenance Call Indicator Indicates when a regularly scheduled preventive maintenance call becomes necessary. Call your Technical Representaitive immediately. p. 5-12
Paper Information Display Paper Size Indicators Show the size of paper currently loaded in the Drawer. p. 3-9 Add Paper Indicator Lights up when the currently selected Drawer has run out of paper. Add paper as necessary. p. 5-4
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Zoom Ratio Indicator
% % % %
Example Zoom ratio: 100% No. of copies: 1 Count of the Total Counter Example: 93,930 (copies) Users Choice code and setting value Example: Choice code: 14, Setting: 1 Malfunction code Example: Malfunction code C0F30
Exposure Information Display Auto Exposure Indicator Indicates that the copier is now in the Auto Exposure Mode. p. 3-13
Auto Photo Lighter Darker Auto/Photo
Photo Mode Indicator Indicates that the copier is now in the Photo Mode. p. 3-13
Exposure Level Indicator Shows the exposure setting level in the Manual Exposure Mode. p. 3-13 The center LED is normally lit.
Zoom Ratio Indicator / Multi-Copy Display
: Each shows the following data.
4. Turning ON and OFF, and Resetting the Copier
Turning ON and OFF
Turning the Copier ON: Turning the Copier OFF: Press the Power Switch to the position. Press the Power Switch to the position. NOTE The Auto Shut OFF function will automatically shut down the copier a givenperiod of time after the last activity. The initial setting is 30 minutes. Useful Tip The period of time can be changed by using the Users Choice. p. 4-10
When the Copier is Turned ON
The Start Key blinks orange, indicating that the copier is now warming up. In about 30 sec., the Start key turns green. Now the copier is ready to make copies.
Auto Copy Start Function (Only when Automatic Document Feeder is used)
The Auto Copy Start Function allows a copy process to be started as soon as the copier completes warming up.
When you load the originals onto the Automatic Document Feeder while the copier is warming up, the Start Key turns to green and blinks.
As soon as the copier completes warming up, the Start Key turns green and the copy cycle is started.
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When the Start Key is then pressed, the Start Key turns to blinking orange and the Automatic Document Feeder starts feeding the first original onto the Original Glass.
Using the Function
Minimizing the Warm-up Time
Instead of turning the copier OFF, its a good idea to use the Energy Saver Mode. This mode will minimize the time for the copier to complete the warm-up cycle to about 20 sec. The Energy Saver Mode is automatically activated a given period of time after the copier has been used last. The initial is 15 min. Useful Tip The time for the copier to enter the Energy Saver Mode can be selected from 1 to 98 min., or for 240 min. by using Users Choice. p. 4-9 NOTE The copier is shut down if the Auto Shut OFF function activates while the copier is in the Energy Saver Mode.
Entering The Energy Saver Mode
Press the Energy Saver Key on the control panel.
x All control panel Indicators go out, except that the Start Key and the Energy Saver Key which remain lit green.
Leaving the Energy Saver Mode
Press any Key on the control panel, for instance, the Start Key. x This cancels the Energy Saver Mode, and the copier will be ready to make copies in about 20 seconds.
Initial Mode and Panel Resetting
When the Power Switch is turned ON, the initial settings are indicated on the control panel. * The initial settings serve as the reference for all control panel settings to be later made.
Meter Count Toner Drum Dehumidify Paper
No. of copies to be made: 1 Zoom ratio: Full size (100%) Auto Exposure Mode Non-Sort Mode Useful Tip The initial settings can be changed by Users Choice. For details, see USERS CHOICE, p. 4-5
The Panel Reset Key resets all control panel settings to default settings including the number of copies to be made and zoom ratio. * If the Automatic Document Feeder is used, the original present on the Original Glass will be ejected out of the unit.
Useful Tip The Panel Reset Key enables you to cancel all previous settings efficiently. To avoid miscopy, try to press the Panel Reset Key before attempting to make any setting for your own job.
Auto Reset Function
If no Key on the control panel is pressed within about 60 seconds after a copy cycle has been completed or copying settings made, the Auto Reset Function is activated to cause the copier to return to the initial mode automatically. Useful Tip The Auto Reset Function can be enabled or disabled by Users Choice. For more details, see USERS CHOICE. p. 4-9
1. Copying Overview
Place the original in position (step 1), set the number of copies to be made (step 7), and press the Start Key (step 8). This will allow you to make a full-size copy or copies on paper of the same size as the original. The control panel selection ( ) you make will change the magnification ratio and the image density. 1. Placing the Original Raise the Original Cover and place the original face down on the Original Glass. p. 3-4
Load the Originals face up in the Automatic Document Feeder. p. 3-7
2. Checking the Copy Paper Size and Selecting the Paper Source Check whether the desired paper size is loaded into the Drawer or not. p. 3-9 YES: Go step 3 or step 7. NO: Load the desired paper size or make a copy using a Manual Bypass Tray. Add Paper Indicator p. 5-5 Manual Bypass Copying p. 3-19
3. Selecting the Zoom Ratio To change the Zoom Ratio Select the desired fixed zoom ratio. p. 3-10 Set the zoom ratio. p. 3-11
Select the Auto Size Mode. p. 3-12
To change the Exposure Level
4. Setting the Image Densitry Set the image density in the Manual Exposure Mode. p. 3-14
Auto Photo Lighter Darker Auto/Photo A
Select the Auto Exposure Modeor Photo Mode. p. 3-14
To copy from a book
5. Selecting Book Copying Press the Book Key to select the Book Copying Mode. p. 3-15
6. Selecting the Finishing Mode Select Sort Mode. p. 3-17 To sort copies
Select Non-Sort Mode. p. 3-17
7. Setting the Number of Copies Using the Key Pad, set the number of copies to be made or the number of copy sets. If you enter a wrong number, press the Clear key C and enter the correct number.
8. Starting the Copy Cycle Press the Start Key to start the copy cycle. Press the Stop Key to stop the copy cycle.
2. Copying Procedure
Place the original face down on the Original Glass. Different methods are used to load the originals depending on the type of originals and whether the copier is equipped with an Automatic Document Feeder (option).
Check the copy paper size. p. 3-9 If the desired paper size is not loaded in the Drawer, load it into the Drawer. Add Paper Indicator p. 5-4
4. Image Density
The image density level of copies can be adjusted either in the Auto Exposure Mode, Manual Exposure Mode or Photo Mode. Select the appropriate mode according to your particular needs. Chapter 3
Types of Exposure Modes
Auto Exposure Mode
The copier reads the image density of the original and automatically adjusts the exposure level for the optimum copy image density.
The copier can make a faithful reproduction of an original having halftone images such as photos. The image density of the photo may be varied in nine steps. Making Copies
Manual Exposure Mode
In the Manual Exposure Mode, you can vary the exposure level in nine steps.
Selecting the Exposure Mode
Press the Auto Exposure Mode Key A as necessary to light up the Auto Exposure Indicator
Press the Auto Exposure Mode Key A as necessary to light up the Photo Mode Indicator
Each time the Auto Exposure Mode Key A is pressed, the Auto Exposure Mode, Manual Exposure Mode and Photo Mode are selected alternately.
Hold down the Exposure Control Key or until the desired exposure level is reached.
Hold down the Exposure Control Key or
until the desired exposure level is reached.
To make the image darker : Press or hold down the Exposure Control Key. To make the image lighter : Press or hold down the Exposure Control Key.
Useful Tips The exposure level in the Auto Exposure Mode can be varied by using the Users Choice. p. 4-6 The copier has been factory-set to automatically select the Auto Exposure Mode. The Users Choice can be used to change this default setting to the Manual Exposure Mode. p. 4-7
5. Book Copying
Swing the Toner Bottle Holder closed and close the Front Door.
Monitor Display When the Drawer or the Multi Bypass Tray has run out of paper, the Add Paper Indicator lights up. At this time, you cannot start a new copy cycle. Use the following procedure to load paper into the Drawer or the Multi Bypass Tray.
Adding Paper (Drawer)
Slide out the Drawer and press down the Paper Lifting Plate.
NOTE The paper should be loaded no higher than the (Max. Level Indicator) on the Edge Guide.
Slide out the Edge Guides in the direction of the arrows.
Slide the Edge Guides tightly up against the paper. Gently slide the Drawer back in.
Load the paper stack into the Drawer so that its front side faces down. Make sure that the paper stack rests under the two catches of the Drawer.
NOTE When loading Metric size paper into the Drawer, flip the Marketing Area Switch located in the rear left corner of the Drawer to Metric.
Adding Paper (Multi Bypass Tray)
Monitor Display The indications on the left show that the Multi Bypass Tray has run out of paper.
Load the paper stack onto the Tray so that its front side faces up and insert it until it stops.
NOTES The paper should be loaded no higher than the (Max. Level Indicator). Before inserting, fan the paper stack well if you are using transparencies or translucent paper. Correct any curl if you are using thick paper.
Closure Failure Indicator
The Closure Failure Indicator lights up if a copier door is left open, or an option is not attached properly. The Monitor Display shows the location of the closure failure. At this time, you can no longer start a new copy cycle. Correct the closure failure by following the procedure given below.
Check Locations Check that the Right Door or Front Door is closed.
Check that the Sorter is in position
Slide out the Drawer and unload the paper from the Drawer. Next, push down the Paper Lifting Plate until it is locked into position.
Automatic Document Feeder
There is a misfeed original in the Automatic Document Feeder.
Remove the original stack from the Document Feed Tray.
Raise the Automatic Document Feeder. Opening the Document Feed Unit Guide Plate, gently pull out the original from the Unit.
Swing open Document Feed Unit Door F1 and gently pull out the original. Close F1.
Remove the original from the Original Glass, and lower the Automatic Document Feeder.
Carefully pull out the original from the Document Exit Unit.
Return the number of originals indicated on the Display to the bottom of the original stack removed in step 1 and reload it onto the Document Feed Tray. Example: ADF -02 = Return two originals.
There is a misfeed sheet of paper in the 10-Bin Sorter.
Hold the Lock Release Lever of the Sorter and slide the Sorter away from the copier.
Pull out the copy from the Transport Section.
Slide the Sorter back to the copier.
When a malfunction occurs in the copier, the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator lights up and the corresponding malfunction code appears across the Zoom Ratio Indicator and Multi-Copy Display. At this time, you cannot start a new copy cycle. If this happens, try to clear the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator by following the instructions below. If the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator lights up again, call your Technical Representative immediately.
Resetting the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator
Open the Front Door, then close it. This will reset the Call-Tech.-Rep. Indicator. Chapter 5 NOTE When calling your Technical Representative, give him or her the malfunction code shown across the Zoom Ratio Indicator and Multi-Copy Display. <Example> This is the malfunction code C0010.
Warming-up Time First copy Time Copying Speed (approx. copies/minute)
Multiple Copy Exposure Control Power Requirements Power Consumption Dimensions
Document Feeding System Kinds of Original Original Weight Standard Mode: 1-sided original, 2-in-1, Single Feeding Mixed Original Detection Mode: 1-sided Mixed Original Detection Lightweight Original Mode Plain paper 1-sided Original Mode, 2-in-1 Mode: 13-1/4 lbs. to 29-1/4 lbs. Mixed Original Detection Mode: 16 lbs. to 24 lbs. Single Feeding Mode: 9-1/4 lbs. to 41-3/4 lbs. 1-sided Original Mode: 11" 17"L, Legal L, Letter L, Letter C, Foolscap (8-1/4" 13")L, Invoice (5-1/2" 8-1/2")L A3L, B4L, A4L, A4C, B5L, B5C, A5L 2-in-1 Mode: Letter C, A4C, B5C Letter or smaller: 50 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.) Larger than Legal: 30 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.) 100% DC24V supplied from copier 48W or less Width: 23" 26-1/2 lbs. Depth: 20-1/4" Height: 5"
Capacity of Document Feed Tray Copy Productivity Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions Weight
10 Bin Sorter S-106
No. of Bins Modes Kinds of Paper Sort Bins: 10 Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode Non-Sort Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Special Paper Thick paper, Transparencies, Translucent paper Sort Mode, Group Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode: 5-1/2" 8-1/2"L to 11" 17"L Non-Sort Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper 1st bin: 50 sheets 2nd to 10th bin: 25 sheets / bin Special Paper 1st bin only: 10 sheets / bin Sort Mode, Group Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper 1st to 10th bin: 25 sheets / bin DC24V supplied from copier 72W or less Width: 15-3/4" 34-3/4 lbs. Depth: 22" Height: 16"
Paper Size Capacity of Bins
Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions Weight
Type Installation Registration Capacity of Table Universal Multi-Sheet Bypass Unit Attached to copier Front edge Plain Paper (white): 50 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.) or less Plain Paper (once-copied paper): 20 sheets or less Recycled Paper, Thick paper,translucent paper: 20 sheets or less OHP transparencies: 5 sheets or less Plain paper, Recycled paper: weighing 16 lbs. to 24 lbs. Special paper Thick paper: weighing 24 lbs. to 41-3/4 lbs. OHP Transparencies Translucent paper Standard: 5-1/2" 8-1/2"L to 11" 17"L Non-standard: Crosswise: 4" to 11-3/4" Lengthwise: 5-1/2" to 17" DC24V supplied from copier 30W or less 6 lbs.
Power Source Power Consumption Weight
1. Care of the Copier
To keep your copier in good shape at all times, make the following daily checks and cleaning.
Power Cord, Communications Cable, Ground Cable Item Is the copier placed on its power cord or other Cables? Is the copier placed on cables of other electrical equipment? Are the cord and cables free of damage or cracks? Has the cord or cable jacket frayed to expose the wires? Action
Raise the Automatic Document Feeder. Wipe the surface of the Document Transport Belt clean with a soft cloth dampened with mild home detergent.
Gently slide the Cleaning Lever back into the original position.
Hold the Document Transport Belt on both edges and pull it to the left to expose a fresh surface.
Gently slide out the Lower Corona Unit Cleaning Lever as far as it will go.
Wipe the fresh surface clean with a soft cloth dampened with mild home detergent. Repeat these steps until the entire surface of the Belt is wiped clean.
Gently slide the Cleaning Lever back into the original position. Repeat steps 1 to 4 two to three times.
2. Paper Size and Zoom Ratio Table
Name A3 A4 A5 A6 B4 B5 B6 Post Card Name LEDGER 11" 14" COMPUTER 10" 14" 9-1/4" 14" LEGAL FOOLSCAP GOVERNMENT LEGAL FOOLSCAP FOOLSCAP FOOLSCAP FOLIO 8-1/4" 11-3/4" LETTER GOVERNMENT LETTER QUARTO STATEMENT INVOICE Size (Metric) 297mm 420mm 210mm 297mm 148mm 210mm 105mm 148mm 257mm 364mm 182mm 257mm 128mm 182mm 100mm 148mm Size (Inch) 11" 17" 11" 14" 10-1/8" 14" 10" 14" 9-1/4" 14" 8-1/2" 14" 8-1/2" 13" 8" 13" 8-2/3" 13" 8-1/4" 13" 8-1/4" 11-3/4" 8-1/2" 11" 8" 10-1/2" 8" 10" 5-1/2" 8-1/2" Size (Inch) 11-3/4" 16-1/2" 8-1/4" 11-3/4" 5-3/4" 8-1/4" 4-1/4" 5-3/4" 10" 14-1/4" 7-1/4" 10" 5" 7-1/4" 4" 5-3/4" Size (Metric) 279mm 432mm 279mm 356mm 257mm 356mm 254mm 356mm 236mm 356mm 216mm 356mm 216mm 330mm 203mm 330mm 220mm 330mm 210mm 330mm 210mm 301mm 216mm 279mm 203mm 267mm 203mm 254mm 140mm 216mm
Zoom Ratio Table (Original Size to Copy Paper Size)
Metric Areas Copy Paper Size A4 A5 B4 B5 A5 A6 B5 B6 A3 B4 A6 B6 A4 A3 B4 B5 A4 A5 B5 B6 A4 A5 B5 B6 A3 A5 A6 B6 A3 A4 B4 A6 A4 A5 B4 B5 Inch Areas Copy Paper Size 11" 14" Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice 11" 14" Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice Legal Foolscap Letter Invoice Foolscap Letter Invoice 11" 17" Invoice 11" 17" 11" 14" 11" 17" 11" 14" Legal Foolscap Letter
Miscellaneous Chapter 8 Single Automatic Document Feeding Mode p. 3-8 Size Counter p. 4-2 Sort Mode p. 3-16 Sort/Non-Sort Auto Switching ON/OFF p. 4-10 Stopping a Multi-Copy Cycle p. 3-20
Energy Saver Mode p. 2-14 Energy Saver ON Timing p. 4-9 Enlargement Ratios p. 3-11
Finishing Modes p. 3-16 Fixed Zoom Ratios p. 3-10 Full Size Copy p. 3-11
Toner, Add p. 5-3 Toner Replenisher Function p. 4-3 Total Counter p. 4-2 Total Number of Copies Mode p. 4-2
Users Choice p. 4-5
Zoom Ratio p. 3-10 Zoom Ratio Table p. 8-6
Copyright 1998 MINOLTA CO., LTD. Printed in Japan
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice to incorporate improvements made on the product or products the manual covers.
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