Xerox Pro 385 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox Pro 385

Device: Xerox Pro 385
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Number of pages: 392
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Pro 385 User Manual
Pro 385 User Manual
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Chapter 2 Making a Copy
Chapter 3 Sending a Fax
Chapter 4 Receiving a Fax
Chapter 5 Printing
Chapter 6 Scanning
Chapter 7 Trouble Shooting
Chapter 8 Maintenance
Chapter 9 Appendix
Chapter 10 Glossary
Index
http://xww.xedoc.world.xerox.com/data/XEDOC/Central/Multifunction/wc385/user/wc385toc.htm [07/09/1999 14:30:40]

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Installing the Machine Chapter 1 Getting Started Set Up Your Machine 1-1       Unpacking 1-1       Control Locations and Functions 1-2       Choosing a Location 1-4       Setting Up Your Machine 1-4             Document Inpute Tray 1-4             Printer Exit Tray 1-5             Document Exit Tray 1-5       Installing the Laser Printer Cartridge 1-6             Telephone Line 1-9             Extension Phone 1-9             PC Cable 1-10             AC Power Cord 1-12       Print Media Specifi

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Installing the Machine             Reports 1-46                   Printing Reports 1-46             User Options (System Data) 1-47                   Setting an Option 1-47                   Selectable Options 1-48 http://xww.xedoc.world.xerox.com/data/XEDOC/Central/Multifunction/wc385/user/chapter1/chpt1.htm (2 of 2) [07/09/1999 14:30:53]

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Chapter 1 1 Getting Started Set Up Your Machine Unpacking Laser Printer User Guide One-touch label cartridge WorkCentre 385 Document Exit tray Document Input tray CD-ROM Printer exit tray * * Telephone line cord Power cord Parallel cable * Appearance may vary according to country. 1-1

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Control Locations and Functions Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the main components and their locations. Automatic Paper Feeder Extension Tray Front View Automatic Paper Paper Guides Feeder Manual Paper Document Feeder Input Tray Automatic Document Feeder Control Panel Document Guides Document Exit Tray Paper Exit Tray Note: Your machine may look slightly different than the illustration. 1-2 Getting Started

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Rear View 1 TEL LINE Jack EXT. LINE Jack Power Cord Connector PC Cable Connector Inside Laser Cover Printer Cartridge Cover Release Buttons (right and left sides) Set Up Your Machine 1-3

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Choosing a Location To help guarantee trouble-free operation of your machine, place it on a flat, stable surface near your workstation. Leave enough space to allow for easy paper loading, paper unloading, and opening of the front cover. Do not place your machine: n In direct sunlight. n Near heat sources or air conditioners. n In dusty or dirty environments. Setting Up Your Machine Document Input Tray Insert the two tabs on the tray into the slots as shown. Fold out the extender on the tray

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Printer Exit Tray While pushing inward on the flexible side tabs of the printer exit tray, insert 1 them into the corresponding slots. If desired, fold out the extension tray. Extension tray Side tab Document Exit Tray Insert the two tabs on the document exit tray into the slots on the front of your machine. Fold out the extension tray, if necessary. Extension tray Side tab Insert one side tab. Then, while pushing inward on the remaining tab, slide it into place. Set Up Your Machine 1-5

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Installing the Laser Printer Cartridge 1 Open the cover by pulling the cover release buttons on both sides of the machine toward you. Cover Release Button 2 Unwrap the Laser Printer Cartridge. 3 Shake the Laser Printer Cartridge from side to side five or six times to distribute the toner evenly. 1-6 Getting Started

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4 Carefully remove the sealing tape by pulling straight out on the tab protruding from the end of the Laser Printer Cartridge. 1 5 Locate the two Laser Printer Cartridge slots inside the printer, one on each side. cartridge slot Set Up Your Machine 1-7

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6 Grasp the handle and slide the Laser Printer Cartridge down along the cartridge slots until it clicks into place. 7 Close the cover. Make sure that the cover is securely closed and both cover release buttons have clicked into place. 1-8 Getting Started

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Telephone Line Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE jack and the 1 other end into a standard phone wall jack. To a standard phone wall jack Extension Phone If you want to use an ordinary phone or answering machine with your WorkCentre 385, connect it to the jack labelled EXT. LINE on the back of the machine. To a regular phone or answering machine Set Up Your Machine 1-9

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PC Cable Your Xerox WorkCentre 385 is equipped with a parallel interface port for use with IBM PCs and compatible computers. Using the supplied Centronics parallel cable, connect your WorkCentre 385 to a computer that supports bi-directional communications (IEEE standard 1284). Note: If using another parallel cable, ensure that it meets IEEE standard 1284 specifications. To connect the WorkCentre 385 to a computer, follow the steps below: CAUTION: Make sure the computer is turned off, and

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1 Connector Clips 2 Connect the other end of the cable to the parallel port on your computer. If necessary, refer to your computer documentation for assistance with this procedure. Set Up Your Machine 1-11

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AC Power Cord WARNING: There is NO On/Off switch for the WC 385. When the AC power cord is plugged in, the machine is fully energized. Note: To correctly install the WC 385, the AC power cord must remain unplugged from the grounded wall outlet until software is to be loaded. In the next step, one end of the power cord will be plugged into the back of the WC 385. Leave the other end of the cord unplugged until directed to plug it in during software installation. 1 Plug one end of the AC

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Print Media Specifications Refer to the Appendix for detailed print media specifications. 1 There are two locations to load paper, the Automatic Paper Feeder and the Manual Paper Feeder. The table below illustrates the paper types that can be loaded into each: Automatic Paper Feeder Manual Paper Feeder Standard Paper Non-Standard Paper Transparency Film Transparency Film Paper Label Paper Label Envelopes Card Stock Odd Size (minimum 10.5 cm x 15 cm) In the table below, the capacities for the

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In the following table, the capacity of the Automatic Paper Feeder is shown: Paper Type Capacity 2 Letter/A4 100 Sheets (20# 80 gm paper) 2 Legal 50 Sheets (20# 80 gm paper) All Other Stock (Label Paper, 1 Transparency, Envelope) Core Media List The following list reflects the media that has been tested and is guaranteed to successfully print. Paper Size Weight Xerox 4200 Letter (8 1/2 x11) 16# 2 Xerox 4024DP Bond Letter (8 1/2 x11) 20# 80 gm 2 Xerox 80 Premier 210 X 297 mm 80 gm 2 Xerox Blue,

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In the following table, the capacity of the Automatic Paper Feeder is shown: Paper Type Capacity 2 Letter/A4 100 Sheets (20# 80 gm paper) 2 Legal 50 Sheets (20# 80 gm paper) All Other Stock (Label Paper, 1 Transparency, Envelope) Core Media List The following list reflects the media that has been tested and is guaranteed to successfully print. Paper Size Weight Xerox 4200 Letter (8 1/2 x11) 16# 2 Xerox 4024DP Bond Letter (8 1/2 x11) 20# 80 gm 2 Xerox 80 Premier 210 X 297 mm 80 gm 2 Xerox Blue,

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Loading Paper For best results, use high quality xerographic copy paper as described in 1 Print Media Specifications on page 1-13. Using the Automatic Paper Feeder You can stack paper, envelopes, card stocks, labels, or transparencies in the Automatic Paper Feeder to feed automatically. The Automatic Paper 2 Feeder can hold a maximum of 150 sheets of 80 gm plain paper, or 10 envelopes, or other print media. Depending upon media thickness, maximum capacity may be reduced. Note: If you exp

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Straighten the edges on a level surface. Note: If envelopes jam while printing, try reducing the number of envelopes in the Automatic Paper Feeder. For transparencies, refer to the packaging for the transparency stock to determine the print side. Hold the transparencies by the edges and avoid touching the print side. Be careful not to scratch or leave fingerprints on the print side. Fan the stack of transparencies to prevent feeding failures. 1-16 Getting Started


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