Konica Minolta Pagepro 1100L
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Affordable, compact monochrome office printer Up to 1200 x 600 dpi resolution 10 pages per minute letter/A4 Office-smart
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Fast, affordable, small office workgroup printer
Growing a Business?
Your small business wont stay small forever. But for now, youre dealing with limited budgets. Need a printer that can deliver high-quality documents but still function within your limits? The PagePro 1100 printers are your solution to maintaining a professional image without draining your bank account. These fast 10 page-per-minute printers produce monochrome business documents with up to 1200 dpi resolution for an unbelievable purchase price. No longer do you have to settle for the slow speed and messy output of ink jet printers.
Designed especially for Windows systems, the PagePro 1100L is the ideal tool for easy production of business documents. Whether you need one page or a hundred, the PagePro 1100L can deliver them with a professional appearance youd expect from systems costing much more.
PagePro 1100 (with optional paper input and optional paper output)
Working in a Workgroup?
You and your colleagues need a printer that wont keep everyone waiting. You also need network capability for easy sharing. The PagePro 1100 printers can help. Theyre fast. 10 pages per minute. Theyre high quality. Up to 1200 dpi. Theyre shareable. The PagePro 1100 printer even offers a Fast Ethernet upgrade. Printing documents of various sizes? The PagePro 1100 printers have the versatile paper-handling capacity to take care of everyones needs. And theyre very simple to use. All drivers and monitoring utilities come with the printers. Best of all, theyre very affordable.
When your office needs a printer that can take on the workload of the entire team, you need the PagePro 1100.
Its fast print speed and 15,000 monthly duty cycle make it
perfect for printing multiple copies of large documents.
For heavier demands of multi-user small office
environments, equip the PagePro 1100 with a network interface and an extra paper tray for extended printing.
The Perfect Printing solution
10 pages per minute up to 1200 x 600 dpi resolution up to legal (216 x 355 mm) size documents print on paper, transparencies, labels, thick stock, envelopes high-capacity toner cartridge expandable paper capacity Easily shared through Windows or Ethernet interface Windows Plug and Play
PagePro 1100 Technical
Print Method: electrophotographic laser Print Speed: 10 ppm letter/A4 Resolution: PagePro 1100L: 600 x 600 dpi PagePro 1100: 1200 x 600 dpi Maximum Duty Cycle: up to 15,000 prints per month
Type: Laser printer with internal controller Dimensions (W x D x H): 14.2" x 8.75" x 10.2" (361 x 222 x 259 mm) Weight: 15.4 lb (7 kg)
Power Requirements: 120 V, 50-60 Hz (220-240 V, 50-60 Hz) Power Consumption (120 V): 690 W max. (< 15 W in stand-by mode) Power Consumption (220 V): 700 W max. (< 15 W in stand-by mode) Energy Conservation Mode: < 5 W Energy Star* Compliant
Hardware and Software Capabilities
Processor Type: PagePro 1100L: Mitsubishi M38073M4 PagePro 1100: 75 MHz PowerPC Memory: (see table below) PagePro 1100: 1 DIMM slot Compatibility: PagePro 1100L: Windows 95/98/2000/Me and NT 4.0 PagePro 1100: PCL 6
Temperature Requirements: Operating: 50 F to 95 F (10 C to 35 C) Non-Operating: 32 F to 95 F (0 C to 35 C) Humidity: Operating: 15 to 85 % Non-Operating: 10 to 85 % Noise Level: Operating: 47 dBA or less; Standby: 30 dBA or less
Standard Interfaces: PagePro 1100: IEEE 1284 parallel (ECP) PagePro 1100L: IEEE 1284 parallel (ECP) Optional Interfaces: PagePro 1100: Ethernet (10/100BaseT) with PageScope Web-based Printer Management
FCC-B, DOC B, CE Marking, UL, CSA, C-Tick
Paper Size Support: Letter, Legal, Executive, A4, A5, B5 (JIS); Com 10, DL, B5, C5, and Monarch envelopes Standard Paper Input: 150-sheet multipurpose tray, single-sheet manual input tray Optional Paper Input: 500-sheet tray (supports either letter, legal, or A4) Standard Paper Output: 100-sheet face-down bin Optional Paper Output: 20-sheet face-up bin Copying: SC-110 digital copier/scanner (optional) Printable Area: 4 mm from all page edges Maximum printable area: 8.19" x 13.7" (207.9 x 347.6 mm) Print Media: Plain, copier, bond, and recycled paper; transparencies, labels, envelopes, thick stock Paper Weights: Plain paper: 16 to 24 lb. Bond (60 to 90 g/m2) Thick stock: Up to 90 lb. Index (163 g/m2)
Standard Toner Yield: up to 3,000 pages (letter, A4) @ 5 % coverage Drum Yield: up to 20,000 pages (letter, A4) @ 5 % coverage Longlife Toner Yield: up to 6,000 pages (letter, A4) @ 5 % coverage
PagePro 1100L: Standard Windows 95/98/2000/Me or NT fonts PagePro 1100: 45 outline, 1 bitmap, 80 Intellifont and TrueType fonts for Windows
Warranty Period and Conditions
One year exchange (not available in all areas)
1 The stated life expectancy of each consumable in your printer is based on printing under specific operating conditions such as page coverage for a particular page size (5 % coverage of letter). The actual consumables life will vary depending on the use and other printing variables including page coverage, page size, media type, continuous or intermittent printing, ambient temperature and humidity.
Model Specific Features
Features/Model Print Speed Resolution Standard Memory Maximum Memory Processor Compatibility Standard Paper Input Maximum Paper Input 10/100BaseT Ethernet SC-110 Automatic Document Feeder
PagePro 1100L up to 10 ppm 600 x 600 dpi 4 MB 4 MB Mitsubishi M3807 Windows 95/98/2000/Me/NT 4.sheets + sheets + 1 N/A
PagePro 1100 up to 10 ppm 1200 x 600 dpi 4 MB 132 MB PowerPC 75 MHz PCL sheets + sheets + 1
www.q-shop.com for when you need them
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2001 MINOLTA-QMS, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. The MINOLTA-QMS logo is a trademark of MINOLTA-QMS, Inc. PagePro is a trademark of Minolta Co, Ltd. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 05/01 * The addition of some options, in some combinations may cause the product to become non-compliant. Energy Star compliance does not represent an EPA endorsement of any product or service.
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, we determined that this machine meets the ENERGY STAR Guidelines for energy efficiency.
What is an ENERGY STAR product? ENERGY STAR product has a special feature that allows it to automatically switch to a low-power mode after a period of inactivity. An ENERGY STAR product uses energy more efficiently, saves you money on utility bills and helps protect the environment.
This is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated according to the instructions in this manual. Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Radiation Power: 0.6 mW at laser aperture of the print head unit Wavelength: 770810 nm This product employs Class IIIb Laser Diode that emits an invisible laser beam. Laser Diode and Scanning Polygon Mirror are incorporated in the print head unit. The print head unit is not a field service item. Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstance.
This printer is certified as a Class I 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.
Foreword CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.
Laser Safety Label
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5 mW and the wavelength is 770810 nm.
Foreword For Denmark Users ADVARSEL
Usynlig laserstrling ved bning, nr sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undg udsttelse for strling. Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
Dansk: Dette er en halvlederlaser. Laserdiodens hjeste styrke er 5 mW og blgelngden er 770810 nm.
For Finland, Sweden Users
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
Laitteen kyttminen muulla kuin tss kyttohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa kyttjn turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittvlle nkymttmlle lasersteilylle.
Tm on puolijohdelaser. Laserdiodin suurin teho on 5 mW ja aallonpituus on 770810 nm.
Om apparaten anvnds p annat stt n i denna bruksanvisning specificerats, kan anvndaren utsttas fr osynlig laserstrlning, som verskrider grnsen fr laserklass 1.
Det hr r en halvledarlaser. Den maximala effekten fr laserdioden r 5 mW och vglngden r 770810 nm.
Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina nkymttmlle lasersteilylle. l katso steeseen.
Osynlig laserstrlning nr denna del r ppnad och sprren r urkopplad. Betrakta ej strlen.
Foreword For Norway Users ADVARSEL
Dersom apparatet brukes p annen mte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstrling som overskrider grensen for laser klass 1.
Dette en halvleder laser. Maksimal effekt till laserdiode er 5 mW og blgelengde er 770810 nm.
Laser Caution Label
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity)
We declare under our sole responsibility that the printer and options to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the specifications below. This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union (EU) only.
Product Type Product Name Options Laser Beam Printer PagePro 1100L Second Paper Cassette Unit (4148-611) Face-Up Tray (4121-0633)
Safety: EN60 950/1992 with Amendments 1, 2, 3, 4, A11 Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business equipment EN60825-1/1994 with Amendment A11 Radiation safety of laser products, equipment classification, requirements and users guide EMC: EN(Class B)/1998 Limits and method for measurement of radio disturbance characteristic of information technology equipment (ITE) EN61000-3-2 (Class A)/1995 (A13) Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 3: Limits Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current 16A per phase) EN61000-3-3/1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 3: Limits Section 3: Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current 16A EN55024/1998 Information technology equipment immunity characteristics Limits and methods of measurement EN6100042/1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test EN6100043/1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 3: Radiated, radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity test EN6100044/1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 4: Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test EN6100045/1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 5: Surge immunity test EN6100046/1996 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 6: Conducted disturbances inducted by radio-frequency fields Immunity test EN6100048/1993 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 8: Power-frequency magnetic field immunity test EN61000411/1994 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 11: Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity test
Chapter 2: Setting-Up
Installation Precautions.. 2-1 Selecting a Location for the Printer. 2-1 Space Requirements. 2-2 Power Source.. 2-3 Grounding.. 2-4 Operational Precautions.. 2-5 Operating Environment.. 2-5 Printer... 2-5 Printer Supplies.. 2-7 Installing... 2-8 Setting-Up.. 2-11 Connecting the Power Cord.. 2-11
Contents Loading Paper.. 2-12 Connecting to a Computer.. 2-14 Turning on the Printer.. 2-15 Options... 2-16 Second Paper Cassette Unit.. 2-16 Face-Up Tray... 2-19
Chapter 3: Using the Printer
Printing Paper.. 3-1 Type.. 3-1 Size.. 3-2 Printable Area... 3-4 Loading Paper.. 3-5 Loading Paper onto Tray1.. 3-6 Manual Loading (Manual Feed Tray). 3-8 Loading Paper onto Tray2 (Option). 3-11 Selecting Output Direction (Printed Side Up or Down)... 3-15
Chapter 4: Printer Driver
Introduction.. 4-1 System Requirements.. 4-2 Installing the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver Under Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows NT 4.0... 4-3 To Install the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver Using the Installer (Auto Run).. 4-4
Contents To Install the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver Using Plug-and-Play.. 4-10 To Install the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver Using the Add Printer Wizard. 4-12 Displaying the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver Setup Dialog... 4-14 Using the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver. 4-16 Common Buttons.. 4-16 Paper... 4-17 Page Layout.. 4-20 Quality... 4-27 Device Option.. 4-28 Uninstalling the Printer Driver.. 4-29 To Uninstall the PagePro 1100L Printer Driver (Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows NT 4.0).. 4-29
Chapter 5: Printer Console and Printer Status Display
Using the Printer Console.. 5-1 Starting Up the Printer Console. 5-1 Using the Printer Console.. 5-3 To Print the Test Page from the Printer Console.. 5-11 To Exit the Printer Console.. 5-11 Using the Status Display.. 5-12 Starting Up the Status Display. 5-12
Contents Using the Status Display.. 5-14 To Exit the Status Display.. 5-15
Chapter 6: Maintenance
Replacing the Toner Cartridge.. 6-1 To Replace the Toner Cartridge. 6-1 Replacing the Drum Cartridge.. 6-6 To Replace the Drum Cartridge. 6-6 Cleaning the Printer.. 6-13 Cleaning the Outside of the Printer. 6-13 Cleaning the paper feed roller.. 6-14
Chapter 7: Troubleshooting
Clearing a Paper Misfeed.. 7-1 Inside the Printer.. 7-1 Face-Down Tray.. 7-6 Face-Up Tray (Option).. 7-7 Tray1... 7-8 Manual Feed Tray... 7-8 Second Paper Cassette Unit (option). 7-9 Print Quality Problems.. 7-10 No Output... 7-15 Indicator Lights (Printer Messages). 7-17 Indicator Light Patterns.. 7-17
Chapter 8: Specifications
PagePro 1100L Printer. 8-1 Second Paper Cassette Unit (Option). 8-4 Interface Connector and Cable.. 8-5
Appendix A: Glossary Appendix B: Index
The various features listed below make the Minolta/QMS PagePro 1100L the perfect printer for any size office. Fast 10-page-per-minute print speed for instant output High performance processor optimized for Windows dpi resolution for superior print quality Minolta QuickPage technology for fast Windows printing Optional 650 sheet maximum paper capacity to accommodate workgroup demands
Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT 4.0
Printer Parts and Accessories
Top cover release button Control panel Face-down tray
Manual feed tray
Paper support Tray1 (Multipurpose tray)
Face-up/Face-down selection switch
Power cord socket Parallel interface connector
Top cover Fusing unit
Second paper cassette unit
Tray2 (500-sheet second cassette)
The control panel has two indicators.
Error (amber) indicator Ready (green) indicator
The two indicators turn on, off, or blink in combination to let you know the current status of the printer.
You can find out details of the printers status by checking the information that appears on your computer screen (see Starting Up the Status Display on page 5-12). See Indicator Lights (Printer Messages) on page 7-17 for information about how the control panel indicators indicate the current status of the printer.
Printer is ready.
Note the following important precautions when selecting a location for the printer and when connecting it to a power source.
Chapter 2 Setting-Up
Selecting a Location for the Printer
A proper location helps to ensure that your printer provides you with the long service life for which it is designed. Double-check to make sure that the location you select has the following characteristics. Choose a location that is well-ventilated. Make sure there is no chance of ammonia or other organic gasses being generated in the area. The power outlet you plan to connect to for power should be nearby and unobstructed. Make sure that the printer is not exposed to direct sunlight. Avoid areas in the direct airflow of air conditioners, heaters, or ventilators, and areas subjected to temperature and humidity extremes. Choose a sturdy, level surface where the printer will not be exposed to strong vibration. Keep the printer away from any objects that might block its heat vents. Do not locate the printer near curtains or other combustible objects. Choose an area where there is no possibility of the printer being splashed with water or other liquids. Make sure that the surrounding area is clean, dry, and free of dust.
Never try to remove any secured panel or cover. The interior of the printer contains high-voltage circuitry which creates the danger of electrical shock when exposed. Never try to modify the printer. Doing so creates the danger of fire or electrical shock. Never place any heavy objects on the power cord, pull on it or bend it. Doing so creates the danger of fire or electrical shock. Always make sure the printer is not placed on the electrical cord or the communications cables of any other electrical equipment. Also make sure that cords and cables do not get into the printers mechanism. Any of these conditions create the danger of malfunction and fire. Always take care so that paper clips, staples, or other small pieces of metal do not get into the printer through its vents or other openings. Such objects create the danger of fire or electrical shock. Do not allow water or other liquids to spill on or near the printer. Fire or electrical shock can occur should water or liquid come into contact with the printer. Should liquid or any piece of metal accidently get inside the printer, immediately turn it off, unplug the power cord, and contact your dealer. Failure to take this immediate action creates the danger of fire or electrical shock. Whenever the printer emits unusually high amounts of heat, smoke, an unusual odor, or noise, immediately turn it off, unplug it, and contact your dealer. Failure to take this immediate action creates the danger of fire or electrical shock.
Be sure to locate the printer in a well-ventilated location. A minimal amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this printer. Because of this, an unpleasant odor may result when the printer is used for extensive printing in a poorly ventilated area. For comfortable, healthy, and safe operation, be sure to locate the printer in a well-ventilated area.
Operational Precautions Attention
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300 mm (11-3/4 in.) 557 mm (22 in.)
100 mm (4 in.) 250 mm (9-3/4 in.) 660 mm (26 in.) 772 mm (30-1/2 in.) 300 mm (11-3/4 in.) 200 mm (7-3/4 in.)
Options Installing the Face-Up Tray
Remove the face-up tray from its carton. Gently bend the output tray inwards, toward the printer, with both hands. Align the insertion pins of the tray with the pin holders of the printer.
Never lay the face-up tray towards the front of the printer or apply excessive to it.
Using the Printer
This printer is designed to print on only the following types of paper. Paper Source Manual Feed Tray r
Paper Type Plain Paper weight: 60 to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lbs.) Recycled Paper weight: 60 to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lbs.) Transparency Sheet Labels Special Paper Letterhead Envelopes Thick Paper weight: 90 to 163 g/m2 (24 to 43-1/4 lbs.)
r r r r
None None None None
This printer is designed to print on only the following sizes of paper.
Paper Source Chapter 3 Paper Size Amm 297 mm Amm 210 mm JIS Bmm 257 mm Legal 8-1/2 in. 14 in. Letter 8-1/2 in. 11 in. Executive 7-1/4 in. 10-1/2 in. Manual Feed Tray r r r r r r Tray1 Tray2*1
r r r r r r
r*2 None r r r r
*1. Each of the 5 cassettes of Tray2 support one of the 5 types of paper that are compatible with this printer. *2. A4 is standard cassette size for the second paper cassette unit.
Printing Paper Envelope and Custom Size
Paper Source Paper Size Env. DL 110 mm 220 mm Env. Cmm 229 mm Env. Bmm 250 mm Envelope and Custom Size Env. Com10 4-1/8 in. 9-1/2 in. Env. Monarch 3-7/8 in. 7-1/2 in. Custom Size 76 mm to 216 mm (3 in. to 8-1/2 in.) 127 mm to 356 mm (5 in. to 14 in.) Manual Feed Tray r r r r r Tray1 Tray2
r r r r r
None None None None None Chapter 3 Using the Printer
Envelopes are not supported in manual duplex printing, booklet printing and N-up printing.
This printer is designed to print on paper with a 4 mm (0.16 in.) margin on all sides.
Place the envelope with the side to be printed facing up on the tray. The flap of the envelope should be facing down and to the left.
Insert only one envelope at a time when feeding manually.
Make sure that the envelope is placed in the center of the tray and that it is secured by the paper guides.
Loading Paper onto Tray2 (Option)
You can load up to 500 sheets of standard paper onto Tray2. See Printing Paper on page 3-1 for details on paper sizes and types.
Slide Tray2 out of the second paper cassette unit.
Make sure that the Tray2 for the proper size of paper to be used for printing has been installed into the second paper cassette unit. See Second Paper Cassette Unit on page 2-16 for instructions on inserting (and removing) the Tray2 into (and from) the second paper cassette unit. To remove Tray2 from the unit, pull it out as far as it will go without force. Then gently raise the forward-end up, and remove Tray2 from the unit.
Remove the cassette cover from Tray2.
Press down on the paper lifting plate located inside of Tray2 until it locks.
Place a stack of up to 500 sheets of paper into Tray2 so that the side that was facing up when the paper was unwrapped is still facing up.
A maximum level mark inside the inlet of Tray2 shows how high you can stack paper on Tray2. Make sure that paper is stacked no higher than this mark. Maximum level mark
Tray2 does not support landscape oriented paper feeding. Do not load additional paper until all the paper currently on Tray2 is completely used up.
Replace the cover and insert Tray2 into the second paper cassette unit.
Selecting Output Direction (Printed Side Up or Down)
The optional face-up tray, as explained earlier in this section is a useful tool for printing on thick paper or envelopes printed side up. The factory default for the output tray however, is the face-down tray (printed side down). In this mode, the output tray receives the printed documents in order.
Face-up tray (option) Face-down tray Chapter 3
Manual feed tray Tray1
This setting is controlled by a switch which is located on the right side of the printer toward the rear. a. When the switch is flush with the top of the printer, prints are output printed side down (factory default). b. When the switch is pressed in, prints are output printed side up.
Face-up tray Face-down tray
Face-up tray Chapter 3 Using the Printer
Do not use the switch to change the setting while the printer is operating. Whenever the face-up tray is not installed on the printer, check to make sure the set to switch for output to the face-down tray (see above illustration).
First Page Only: Check this option when you want to overlay the
images on the first page of the print job only. The images are overlaid on all the pages of the print job when this option is unchecked.
The N-up settings let you print multiple document pages on a single sheet of paper. Use the N-up box to select one of the following N-up page configurations.
Off 2-up 4-up Chapter 4 9-up 16-up One page per sheet Two pages per sheet Four pages per sheet Nine pages per sheet 16 pages per sheet
Borderline Checking this box causes a borderline to be printed around each of the document pages. No borderline is printed when this box is unchecked.
N-up cannot be used in combination with Booklet Left or Booklet Right.
Details of N-up Clicking the Details of N-up button inside the N-up settings area displays a dialog for specifying the order of document pages printed on each sheet of paper. This button becomes enabled whenever you select an N-up page configuration from 2-up to 16-up. It appears dimmed while Off is selected.
Horz. Ascending This setting prints the first document page in the upper left corner of the sheet, the second page to the right of the first, and so on. The first document page of each subsequent row is located on the left side of the sheet, underneath the first page of the preceding row. Horz. Descending This setting prints the first document page in the upper right corner of the sheet, the second page to the left of the first, and so on. The first document page of each subsequent row is located on the right side of the sheet, underneath the first page of the preceding row. Vert. Ascending This setting prints the first document page in the upper left corner of the sheet, the second page underneath the first, and so on. The first document page of each subsequent column is located at the top of the sheet, to the right of the first page of the preceding column.
Vert. Descending This setting prints the first document page in the upper right corner of the sheet, the second page underneath the first, and so on. The first document page of each subsequent column is located at the top of the sheet, to the left of the first page of the preceding column.
Watermarks can be used to alert the reader to the nature of the content
of a document. Examples of often-used watermarks are: CONFIDENTIAL, DRAFT, URGENT, etc. Use the Watermark box to select the watermark you want to use. Note that the only option available in this list is (none) until you create your watermarks using the Edit Watermark button.
The Brightness, Contrast, and Resolution settings on the Quality tab do not affect the watermark.
First Page Only Checking this box causes the watermark to be printed on the first page of the document only. The watermark is printed on all the pages of the document when this box is unchecked. Note that this checkbox appears dimmed when (none) is selected in the Watermark box.
Delete Document This command deletes the print job whose name is highlighted in the list of queued jobs on the Printer Console screen. Exit This command exits Printer Console.
Toner Saving This command displays the Toner Saving dialog, which you can use to turn toner saving on and off.
Turn Toner Saving on when you want to maximize toner cassette life. Turn it off when you want to improve text and line art quality. Density This command displays the Density Setting dialog, which you can use for fine control of the dot density of images.
Use the Density box to select one of the following settings: Extra Light, Light, Medium Light, Medium, Medium Dark, Dark, Extra Dark.
Media Type This command displays the Media Type dialog, which you can use to specify the type of paper or other medium to which you are printing.
Use the Media Type box to select one of the following settings: Plain Paper, Thick Paper, Transparency, Envelope. Fast Print This command displays the Fast Print Setting dialog, which you can use to switch between Fast Print and normal printing.
Turning on Fast Print reduces the amount of time required for the first print to start, because the printer keeps the fuser at high temperature while in the Ready mode.
Use the Normal setting whenever if the printed paper is curled when it is output by the printer.
Printer Setup This command displays the Properties dialog, which contains PagePro 1100L printer driver settings.
See the online help of the printer driver for details about how to use the Properties dialog to control the output of the printer. Status Report Option This command displays the Status Report Options dialog, which you can use to turn the following options on and off.
Minimize Status Display: When this option is turned on, the status display does not appear when an error occurs during printing.
Beep when a job is completed: Turning on this option causes your
computer to beep whenever at print job is completed without any error. Beep when a job is deleted: Turning on this option causes your computer to beep whenever at print job is deleted with the Status display or Printer Console. Connect Port This command displays the Connect Port dialog, which you can use to specify the LPT port to which your printer is connected.
DOS Printing Options This command displays the DOS Printing Options dialog, which you can use to make the following settings.
Printer Port: Use this box to select the port to which the printer is connected. Selecting NONE disables all printing functions. Note that the hardware configuration of your computer determines the settings available to you in this box.
Selecting NONE disables all printing functions. Note that the hardware configuration of your computer determines the settings available to you on this dialog box.
Printing Mode: Use this box to specify either Enable PCL interpreter (for spooling and rasterizing PCL4.5 data or ASCII text format data from the DOS prompt for printing on the PagePro 1100L printer) or Bypass PCL interpreter (to send data direct to the printer port).
PCL Control Panel This command displays the PCL Control Panel dialog, which you can use to make settings for PCL printing from MS-DOS applications Windows 95.
The settings you make with the PCL Control Panel are valid for print jobs sent to your local printer. The following describes the settings you can make and the operations you can perform with the PCL Control Panel.
Form Feed Click this button to perform a form feed operation. Some PCL files do not include a form feed (a command to eject a page) at the end of the file, so if you are printing to a conventional PCL printer, you have to click the form feed key to see your output. If you selected Enable PCL interpreter for Printing Mode on the DOS Printing Options dialog, you will have to click this button to output the last page.
Reset Click this button to clear the current print job and any other data waiting to be printer, and to send any changes you made in the PCL Control Panel to the printer. The new settings take effect with the next print job. Paper Source Use this box to specify the source of the paper. Paper Size Use this box to specify the size of paper you are using. Default Font Use the settings in this area to specify the default font and symbol set. You can select either Courier or Line Printer as the default font. Orientation Click the button for the orientation you want to use. The graphic next to the buttons changes to show an image of the current setting. Copies Use this box to specify the number of copies of each page in the range of 1 to 99. Margins Use the settings in this area to set the top, bottom, left, and right margins. You can also select either inches or millimeters as the unit of measurement for the margin settings.
Using the Printer Console Run Menu
Printing Test This command displays the Printing Test dialog, which you can use to select either of the following print tests.
Print Configuration Page: Check this box when you want to print a
page that shows a variety of information about your computer and printer configuration. Clicking OK on the Printing Test dialog while this option is selected displays a screen of configuration information and displays a message to confirm whether you actually want to print it. Print Demo Page: Check this box to print a demo page. Clicking OK on the Printing Test dialog while this option is selected puts the demo page directly into the print job queue without displaying a confirmation message.
Local Printer Status This command displays the Status Display dialog, which shows the status of your printer.
To Print the Test Page from the Printer Console
Use the instructions described in Printing Test on page 5-10 to print a test page and see if the printer is working correctly. You can also print a sheet that shows the current printer settings.
Chapter 5 Printer Console and Printer Status Display
See Print Quality Problems on page 7-10 for information on what to do if the test page does not print correctly. See No Output on page 7-15 for information on what to do if a test page cannot be printed with the printer connected directly to the parallel port of a computer running Windows 95 or Windows 98.
To Exit the Printer Console
To exit the Printer Console, use the Exit command from the File menu.
Using the Status Display
The Status Display displays information about the current status of the computers local printer.
Starting Up the Status Display
This section describes how to start up the Status Display, which keeps you informed of the status of the printer at all times.
Before staring up the Status Display, make sure that the printer is connected to your computer and turned on.
Using the Status Display To Start Up the Status Display Under Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0
Click the Start button, point to Programs, then to Minolta PageWorks_Pro 1100L, and then click Status Display.
Click this button to resume a print operation that has been paused due to clicking of the Pause button, some operational error, etc. Note that certain very serious operational errors cannot be recovered from by clicking the Proceed button. This is indicated when the Proceed button appears dimmed on the Status Display.
Click this button to pause the current print operation. To resume printing, click the Proceed button.
Click this button to cancel the current print operation.
Expand/Reduce Use these commands to select either the Status Display expanded view or reduced view. Exit Select this command when you want to exit the Status Display.
Remove the toner cartridge.
Remove the old drum cartridge.
The drum cartridge is made up of non-hazardous materials, and can be disposed of freely. Check local regulations in your area concerning disposal of such items.
Remove the drum cartridge from the box it comes packed in.
If you do not plan to immediately install the drum cartridge into the printer, cover it with a cloth to protect it against overexposure to light.
Install the drum cartridge into the printer, aligning the guides of the cartridge with the grooves inside the printer.
Replacing the Drum Cartridge Note
Color coordinated 1 labels have been affixed to the drum cartridge and to the inside of the printer. Install the drum cartridge by aligning these labels.
Make sure the drum cartridge is inserted inside the printer as far as it will go.
Color coordinated 2 labels have been affixed to the toner cartridge and to the inside of the printer. Install the toner cartridge by aligning these labels. Chapter 6
Cleaning the Printer
Dust, dirt, and paper debris on the outer surfaces and inside the printer can interfere with printer performance. Clean the printer regularly.
Cleaning the Outside of the Printer
Wipe the outside of the printer with a soft cloth moistened with a neutral, household detergent.
Use a soft cloth to clean the printer. Never use abrasives or corrosive detergents. Wait for at least 10 minutes after the printer has been turned off and make sure that the fusing unit has cooled before cleaning the interior of the printer.
Cleaning the paper feed roller
Turn off the printer and unplug the power cord. Close the face-down tray.
Cleaning the Printer ATTENTION
Remove the toner cartridge and the drum cartridge.
Pull back on the cover that protects the paper feed roller located at the bottom of the printer chamber.
Use a soft cloth to wipe the paper feed roller.
Reinstall the drum cartridge and toner cartridge. See To Replace the Drum Cartridge on page 6-6 and To Replace the Toner Cartridge on page 6-1 for details.
Clearing a Paper Misfeed
Use the following procedure to remove the misfed paper inside the printer.
Close the face-down tray.
Inside the Printer
Clear the paper misfeed using one of the following procedures depending upon the location of the paper misfeed.
Do not touch the image transfer roller.
In the Vicinity of the Drum Cartridge Pull the end of the paper that is visible straight out of the printer.
The paper feed roller is dirty.
Symptom Failure to produce output Cause There is a communications problem between the printer and your computer. Remedy Check printer cable type against the specifications in Interface Connector and Cable on page 8-5.
When check the cable type, make sure that the printer and the computer you are connecting it to are both turned off. When connecting your computer to the parallel connector on the printer, we recommend using an IEEE1284 Type B-compliant interface cable. Be sure to exit Status Display before connecting the computer to the printer using a parallel cable.
If problems persist, contact your dealer.
Chapter 7 Symptom Cause Remedy Check computers communication ports settings. Refer to the documentation that comes with your computer and check if its current communications port settings are correct. If problems persist, contact the manufacturer of the your computer or the retailer from whom you purchased it to verify correct communication port settings. If the printer is connected directly to the parallel port of a computer running Windows 95 or Windows 98, either remove the Drvwppqt.vxd file from the folder C:\Windows\System\Iosubsys or change the files name (for example, to "Drvwppqt.old"). However, if a tape backup device is connected to the parallel port, do not perform the operation mentioned above.
Indicator Lights (Printer Messages)
The two indicator lights on the printers control panel turn on, turn off, or blink in fixed patterns to let you know the current status of the printer. Refer to the following sections for descriptions of each indicator light pattern and the action you need to take when it occurs.
Error (amber) indicator Ready (green) indicator Off On Blinking
Indicator Light Patterns
The following are the three types of indicator light patterns produced on the control panel. 1. Standard status pattern Shows the current printer status. 2. Operator call pattern The printer stops processing and goes offline when this message is shown. 3. Call for service pattern This pattern is shown when the printer detects a mechanical problem that requires service by an authorized technical representative. Call your dealer if this message is shown.
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