Xerox Pro 575 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox Pro 575

Device: Xerox Pro 575
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Date of adding : 2014-08-30 12:45:37
Number of pages: 88
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XEROX
WorkCentre Pro 555/575
User’s Guide
708P84301

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Xerox Limited, Global knowledge and Language Services, Enterprise Centre, Bessemer Road, WELWYN GARDEN CITY, AL7 1HL United Kingdom ©2000 by Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Xerox®, Xerox Limited® and all the products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation and Xerox Limited. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrightable material and information now allowed by statu

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 How to Use This Manual.........................................................1-1 Finding Information in the User’s Guide .....................................................1-1 Information provided by the Advanced Features Guide (AFG) ..................1-2 Document Conventions ..............................................................................1-3 Notes, Cautions, and Warnings..................................................................1-4 Chapter 2

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Chapter 3 Getting Started........................................................................3-1 Printing a Menu Map ..........................................................................3-1 Setting the Machine Language...................................................................3-2 Setting the Date and Time..................................................................3-3 Setting your Machine ID*............................................................................3-6 Set

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Paper Jam ..................................................................................................4-1 Document Jam .........................................................................................4-12 Appendix A Safety Certification and Environmental Compliance ...... A-1 Laser Safety Information ................................................................... A-3 Third Party Certification ..................................................................... A-4 Radio Freque

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iv WorkCentre Pro 555/575

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How to Use This Manual 1 How to Use This Manual Thank you for purchasing the Xerox WorkCentre Pro. The WorkCentre is designed for ease of use, but to use your machine to its fullest potential, take some time to read the User Documentation. You will be ready to send and receive faxes and make copies with your machine as soon as you have read chapters 1 through 3. You can then refer to topics in the remaining documentation as needed. Finding Information in the User’s Guide The User’s Guide co

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How to Use This Manual Basic Troubleshooting - Chapter 4 Guides the user through problem solving, and recommended corrective actions. Environment Specifications - A Provides the safety, data coupler, and Canadian certification information. Index Refer to the Index to locate specific information. Information provided by the Advanced Features Guide (AFG) - Programming the Machine - Receiving Documents - Dialling Methods - Transmitting Documents - Cancelling Jobs - Polling - Mailbox Communication

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How to Use This Manual Document Conventions A document convention is simply a way of presenting information. This section explains the conventions used in the WorkCentre Pro User’s Guide. Many procedures require you to press a key to perform a function; these keys appear in boldface type. For example: Press Start to send a fax. When you use the Menu Mode, you may have to press a series of keys before arriving at the desired menu. The resulting screen message for each step appears next to t

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How to Use This Manual Notes, Cautions, and Warnings This manual uses notes, cautions, and warnings to emphasize information the reader needs. Notes contain information that supplements the text. Notes are emphasized with italics. The following is an example of a note: Note: Notes are provided as additional information. The following are examples of a caution and a warning: CAUTION Do not touch the green drum surface. Touching the drum could reduce the print quality. WARNING Used to alert use

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Introduction 2 Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the WorkCentre’s hardware features and operation. The Control Panel is discussed and each key is defined. System Overview The WorkCentre allows the user to send, receive, copy, and print documents. The ControlCentre software allows you to program the Fax settings on a PC and write the settings to the WorkCentre. When you switch on the power and the system has warmed up, the machine is in the standby, or idle mode and is ready

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Introduction System Features The following table describes many of the WorkCentre features. Refer to the Table of Contents or Index to locate detailed information. Feature Description Copying on Plain Paper Plain paper is used for printer output thereby allowing the use of standard forms, labels, etc. Alpha Dialing Dial the desired location by searching for the name in the Speed Dial, One Touch, and Group phonebooks. 555: 145 Numbers 575: 238 Numbers One Touch Dialing With one key stroke, the

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Introduction Feature Description Manual Group This feature allows the user to send a document to multiple remote machines by simply pressing the Manual Group key and entering the telephone numbers. Batching This feature automatically performs transmissions of multiple documents going to the same phone number. Documents sent to the same location are transmitted with one phone call, thus saving time and call connecting costs. Refuse Junk mail With this feature selected, your WorkCentre only r

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Introduction Hardware Features Feature Description Document Output Tray Collects the document pages following a transmission or copy operation. Contains an extension to support legal documents. Control Panel Contains the keys to program system features or operate the machine. Document Guides Guides the document pages into the scanner. Document Support Supports the documents to be copied or transmitted. Handset Connector* Provides a jack for connecting the optional handset. Telephone Connecto

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Introduction WorkCentre Hardware Features Copy Output Document Guide Tray Control Panel Document Support Document Output Tray Paper Tray 01 * Top Cover Open Button * Bi-directional Parallel Connector Power Switch Power Cord Connector 02 * Not available in all markets. WorkCentre Pro 555, 575 2-5

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Introduction System Requirements When choosing an installation location, follow these guidelines: • Avoid dusty locations, extreme heat, humidity, direct sunlight, or areas subject to heavy vibration. • Avoid areas where interference from other electrical devices may be present. • Avoid using an AC outlet that shares the same circuit as an electrical device, which may create interference. • Locate the machine within reach of a telephone outlet. Use a dedicated single line telephone connectio

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Introduction Space Requirements Adequate space is required for ventilation, ease of operation, maintenance, and replacement of consumables. Provide the minimum space as shown in the following figure. 16.73 inches (425 mm) 30.03 inches (763 mm) 03 Width (with Handset): 19.43 inches (493.5 mm) Height: 17.13 inches (435 mm) Height (with Optional Paper Cassette): 22.28 inches (566 mm) WorkCentre Pro 555, 575 2-7

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Introduction Control Panel 22 26 25 24 23 21 1 2 20 3 19 18 4 17 5 16 6 78 9101112 13 14 15 04 27 28 05 2-8 WorkCentre Pro 555, 575

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Introduction Control Panel Components and Function Keys The Control Panel is used to program the features and to initiate communications. The following figures and tables illustrate the Control Panel and describe each component. Item Description Function 1 Display Displays the machine status and messages. The display provides information about the current operation mode. The machine has the following operating modes: Standby Mode, Communication Mode, Menu Mode, Copy Mode, PC Printing Mode,

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Introduction Item Description Function 10 Used to select the displayed menu item, to start Enter or * a communication, or to accept name and number entries. *Used on International machines. 11 Sets the insert mode allowing a character to be Insert or * inserted at the position of the cursor instead of overwriting the character in the current position. *Used on International machines. 12 Alarm LED * Illuminates when an error occurs, or when the machine is out of paper, toner or drum. 13 Nume


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