Panasonic Desktop Unit XX-XXXX user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic Desktop Unit XX-XXXX

Device: Panasonic Desktop Unit XX-XXXX
Size: 0,82 MB
Date of adding : 2013-02-19 12:41:34
Number of pages: 51
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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications
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Replaceable Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Cleaning the Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
External . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Internal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 2 • Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • Avery and all other related brands and product names are trademarks of Avery Dennison Corporation. • 3M and 3M logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of 3M. • All other acknowledgements are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective hold

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 3 n Replaceable Components Replaceable Components n Supplies When print is faded or indicators show the following status, the replacement of a supply is needed. Indicators Printer Message of printer Average life components status display TONER/ ERROR DRUM UNIT Toner cartridge Low Toner — Change the toner cartridge soon. For U.S.A : KX-PDP7 Toner Empty Q 1, Q 2 For other countries: 4,000 pages Repl

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 4 Replaceable Components 1 * Average life is based on an average of 5% coverage of the printable area and standard density when the recommended media is used (refer to Example: 5% coverage). The life of a toner cartridge is varied depending on the coverage, temperature, humidity or media etc. So the average life cannot be assured. Continuously printing 10% coverage of the printable area will reduce th

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 5 Cleaning the Printer Cleaning the Printer Periodic cleaning of the printer is recommended. The frequency of cleaning is dependent upon the environment in which the printer is used. You should clean the printer: • at least once a month. • when you replace the toner cartridge. • when print quality has deteriorated. CAUTION • Do not use benzene, thinner, aerosol cleaners, or any abrasive powder. Ex

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 6 Cleaning the Printer 3 While rotating the pick up roller, wipe it with a soft cloth that has been moistened with a mild commercial cleaner. Pick up roller 4 Open the front cover. 5 Lift the drum unit up ( # ) and slide it out of the printer ( $ ). •To avoid possible toner spillage, it is recommended to place the drum unit on a newspaper or drop cloth. # # $

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 7 Cleaning the Printer SAFETY CAUTION ! •It is very hot inside the printer; to avoid personal injury, do not touch the components illustrated below. CAUTION: HOT SURFACE CAUTION • To prevent any damage to the drum unit, observe the following precautions. — Do not touch the black drum surface illustrated below. — Do not expose the drum unit to light for more than 5 minutes. — Do not expose the drum unit t

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 8 Cleaning the Printer 6 Wipe rollers (A) and (B), and paper chute with a soft cloth that has been moistened with a mild commercial cleaner. • Be sure to remove the paper dust. (B) Paper chute Sheet: Not to damage (A) NOTE •Front rollers (A) can be rotated half. Inner rollers (B) can be rotated to the direction of the arrow. Be sure not to damage the sheets in front of the inner rollers (B). 7 Turn th

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 9 Cleaning the Printer 8 Carefully wipe the corona wire of the drum unit by sliding a dry cotton swab from end to end a few times. corona wire 9 Firmly insert the drum unit in the slot of the printer ( # ) [insert the side pins of the drum unit into the groove (label )]. Push down ( $ ). $ # Side pin $ 10 Close the front cover and replace the media tray into the printer.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 10 Clearing a Jam Clearing a Jam If the printer has frequent media jams, make sure that you follow these guidelines: • Always use high-quality paper and transparencies. see “Media” on page 43. 2 •Make sure that you load thick paper [106 – 165 g/m (29 – 44 lbs.)] or labels only in the manual feed. If a media jam occurs, the printer status display reports “Media Tray Empty or Misfeed” or “Jam at

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 11 Clearing a Jam Media Tray Empty or Misfeed When media is not in the media tray or media feed error has occurred, load the media in the media tray or clear the media feed error as follows: 1 Pull the media tray out of the printer. 2 Tap the media stack on a level surface to avoid media jams or skewed printing. • If a media feed error has occurred, remove the media stack from the media tray and tap it.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 12 Clearing a Jam 3 Place the media with the print side down. • Be sure that the media does not exceed the limit mark. Print side down Paper feeds in direction of arrow. NOTE • If the metal plate is in the up position by accident, the media tray cannot be inserted into the printer. Before loading the media, push down the metal plate until it clicks, locking it in place. 4 Replace the media tray

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 13 Clearing a Jam Jam at A 1 Open the front cover. 2 Lift the drum unit up.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 14 Clearing a Jam 3 Grasp both sides of the jammed media and slowly pull it out of the printer. 4 Push the drum unit down. 5 Close the front cover.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 15 Clearing a Jam Jam at B 1 Open the front cover. 2 Lift the drum unit up.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 16 Clearing a Jam 3 Remove the jammed media from the output tray. - Or - Open the rear cover of the printer ( #) and remove the jammed media ( $). $ # CAUTION HOT SURFACE

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 17 Clearing a Jam 4 Push the drum unit down. 5 Close the front cover.

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 18 Clearing a Jam Jam at C 1 Perform the jam recovery steps for Jam at A (see page 13). - Or - 1 Pull the media tray out of the printer. 2 Slowly pull the jammed media ($) out of the printer while pushing the center tab (#) of the jam release pan down. # $ Rear side of Printer

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 19 Clearing a Jam 3 Replace the media tray into the printer. 4 Open and close the front cover to clear the error indication. $ #

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Settings and Printing Maintenance and Specifications Maintenance and Specifications 20 Clearing a Jam Jam at D 1 Open the rear cover of the printer ( # ) and grasp both sides of the jammed media and slowly pull it out of the printer ( $ ). $ # CAUTION HOT SURFACE 2 Open and close the front cover to clear the error indication. $ #


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