Lexmark 4800 user manual

User manual for the device Lexmark 4800

Device: Lexmark 4800
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Date of adding : 2014-02-11 12:40:35
Number of pages: 166
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Lexmark 4800 Series All-In-One
User Guide
June 2007 www.lexmark.com

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Contents Safety information.........................................................................................................5 Networking the printer...................................................................................................6 General networking.............................................................................................................................6 Wireless networking...............................................................................

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Contacting Customer Support.........................................................................................................105 Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................106 Setup troubleshooting.....................................................................................................................106 Wireless troubleshooting..........................................................................

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Safety information Use only the power supply and power supply cord provided with this product or the manufacturer's authorized replacement power supply and power supply cord. Connect the power supply cord to an electrical outlet that is near the product and easily accessible. CAUTION: Do not twist, bind, crush, or place heavy objects on the power cord. Do not subject the power cord to abrasion or stress. Do not pinch the power cord between objects such as furniture and walls. If the power cord i

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Networking the printer General networking Networking overview A network is a collection of devices such as computers, printers, Ethernet hubs, wireless access points, and routers connected together for communication through cables or through a wireless connection. A network can be either wired, wireless, or designed to have both wired and wireless devices. Devices on a wired network use cables to communicate with each other. Devices on a wireless network use radio waves instead of cables to comm

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Scenario 1: Laptop and printer connected wirelessly with Internet � A computer is connected to a wireless router by an Ethernet cable. � A laptop and a printer are connected wirelessly to the router. � The network is connected to the Internet through a DSL or a cable modem. Internet Scenario 2: Computer, laptop, and printer connected wirelessly with Internet � A computer, a laptop, and a printer are connected wirelessly to a wireless router. � The network is connected to the Internet through a D

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Scenario 3: Computer, laptop, and printer connected wirelessly without Internet � A computer, a laptop, and a printer are connected wirelessly to a wireless access point. � The network has no connection to the Internet. Scenario 4: Laptop connected wirelessly to printer without Internet � A laptop is directly connected wirelessly to a printer without going through a wireless router. � The network has no connection to the Internet. Finding the MAC address Most network equipment has a unique hardw

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Printing a network setup page A network setup page lists your network configuration settings. Note: You can print a network setup page only when an internal wireless print server is installed in the printer. To print a network setup page: 1 From the control panel of the printer, press or repeatedly until Setup is highlighted. 2 Press . 3 Press or repeatedly until Network Setup is highlighted. 4 Press . 5 Press or repeatedly until Print Network Setup Page is highlighted. 6 Press A network

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A wireless network where each device communicates with others through a wireless access point (wireless router) is set up in infrastructure mode. All devices must have valid IP addresses and share the same SSID and channel. In addition, they must share the same SSID and channel as the wireless access point (wireless router). A simple type of wireless network is one where a PC with a wireless adapter communicates directly with a printer equipped for wireless networking. This mode of communication

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Networking the printer Installing and configuring a printer for use on a network lets users at different computers print to a common printer. There are two methods for networking this printer: � Configure a wireless network connection for the printer. Note: To set up the printer, use a computer that connects wirelessly to the network. The printer must be near the computer you will be using to configure it. After configuration, the printer can be moved to the location where it will reside. � Conn

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Installing the printer on additional network computers If you are installing your network printer for use with multiple computers on the network, insert the installation CD into each additional computer, and follow the instructions on the computer screen. � You do not need to repeat the connection steps for each computer you want to print to the printer. � The printer should appear as a highlighted printer in the installation. If multiple printers appear in the list, make sure you select the pri

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If you are using Do this All-in-One Center a From the Finder desktop, double-click the Lexmark 4800 Series folder. b Double-click the Lexmark 4800 Series Center icon. c From the menu, choose Advanced Network Scan Access. The Network Scan Access dialog appears. d Click +. The Network Selection sheet appears. 2 Select a printer from your local subnet or from a remote subnet. � The application searches for supported printers in the network or printers that are connected to your computer. � If you

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3 Double-click Printer Setup Utility. The Printer List dialog appears. 4 From the menu bar, click Add. The Printer Browser dialog appears. 5 Select XXXX Series , and then click Add. The Printer Browser closes, and the printer is displayed in the Printer List dialog. Note: XXXX is the printer series number, and nnnnnn is the last six digits of the printer's MAC address. 6 Run the Wireless Setup Assistant to configure the printer for use on your wireless network. For more information,

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Advanced wireless setup Creating an ad hoc wireless network using Mac The recommended way to set up your wireless network is to use a wireless access point (wireless router). A network set up this way is called an infrastructure network. If you have an infrastructure network in your home, you should configure your printer for use on that network. If you don't have a wireless access point (wireless router) or would like to set up a standalone network between your printer and a computer with a wir

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Printing Getting started Loading paper 1 Make sure: � You use paper designed for inkjet printers. � If you are using photo, glossy, or heavyweight matte paper, you load it with the glossy or printable side facing you. (If you are not sure which side is the printable side, see the instructions that came with the paper.) � The paper is not used or damaged. � If you are using specialty paper, you follow the instructions that came with it. � You do not force paper into the printer. 2 Before loading

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Loading envelopes You can load up to 10 envelopes at a time. Warning: Do not use envelopes that have metal clasps, string ties, or metal folding bars. 1 Load envelopes in the center of the paper support with the stamp location in the upper left corner. 2 Make sure: � The print side of the envelopes faces you. � The envelopes are designed for use with inkjet printers. � The paper guides rest against the edges of the envelopes. Notes: � Do not load envelopes with holes, perforations, cutouts, or d

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Loading greeting cards, index cards, photo cards, and postcards You can load up to 25 greeting cards, index cards, photo cards, or postcards at a time. 1 Load cards with the print side facing you. 2 Make sure: � The cards are loaded in the center of the paper support. � The paper guides rest against the edges of the cards. Note: Photo cards require more drying time. Remove each photo card as it exits, and allow it to dry to avoid ink smudging. Related topics: � “Printing cards” on page 23 Loadin

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PRINTING W I F I Loading custom-size paper You can load up to 100 sheets of custom-size paper at a time. 1 Load paper with the print side facing you. 2 Make sure: � The paper size fits within these dimensions: Width: – 76.0–216.0 mm – 3.0–8.5 inches Length: – 127.0–432.0 mm – 5.0–17.0 inches � The stack height does not exceed 10 mm. � The paper is loaded in the center of the paper support. � The paper guides rest against the edges of the paper. Loading banner paper You can load up to 20 sheets o

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Choosing compatible specialty paper types � Heavyweight matte paper—A photo paper with a matte finish used for printing high-quality graphics. TM � Lexmark PerfectFinish Photo paper—A high-quality photo paper specifically designed for Lexmark inkjet printers, but compatible with all inkjet printers. It is used specifically for printing professional quality photos with TM a glossy finish. It is best when used with genuine Lexmark evercolor 2 ink, providing photos that are fade- and water-resistan


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