Canon PIXMA MX870 user manual

User manual for the device Canon PIXMA MX870

Device: Canon PIXMA MX870
Size: 8,46 MB
Date of adding : 2013-10-31 12:37:54
Number of pages: 67
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Office All-In-One
Getting Started
Read Me First
Make sure to read this manual before using the machine. Please keep it in hand for future reference.

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■ Symbols Used in This Document Prohibited actions. Instructions including important information. Informational notes. Operations that take some time to complete. Indicates operations in Windows. Indicates operations in Macintosh. In this guide, Windows 7 operating system is referred to as Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating system as Windows Vista. • Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. • Windows is a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U

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This machine contains both printed manuals and on-screen manuals to be viewed on a computer. The on-screen manuals are included on the Setup CD-ROM and are installed during the software installation. Printed Manuals On-Screen Manuals •G etting Started (this manual) • Network Setup Troubleshooting Basic Guide Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Describes how to set up and use Describes basic operations Describes various operating Describes troubleshooting your machine. Introduces the and medi

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■ Contents 1 Check the Included Items ......................................................P.5 13 Use from Additional Computers .............................................P.56 2 Connect the Telephone Line ..................................................P.6 14 Try Using the Machine...........................................................P.57 Try Copying .....................................................................................P.58 3 Turn the Power On ........................

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■ Machine Installation Flow Network Connection USB Connection Using from Additional Wireless Connection Wired Connection Computers (when the machine is already connected to the network and you want to add computers from which to use the machine) Machine Preparation P.4 - 17 Fax Reception Setup P.18 - 20 Machine Wireless Machine Wired Setup Setup P.21, 28 - 40 P.21, 41 - 44 Software Installation Software Installation Software Installation P.56 P.21 - 27 P.45 - 55 P.45 - 55 Installation Comp

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■ Devices Required for Wireless/Wired Connection When using the machine over a wireless/wired connection, the following devices are required depending on the connection method. Wireless Connection Wired Connection Access point or wireless Router, etc. Ethernet cable router A commercial access point or router that supports IEEE802.11b/g is required. A commercial network device (router, etc.) and Ethernet cable are required. 

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□ Preparation Check that all the items shown below are included in the box. Remove all orange tape and 1 1 protective materials from the inside and outside of the machine. The Print Head is placed inside of 2 the Paper Output Tray (A). Open the Ink tanks Paper Output Tray and take it out. (5: BK, M, Y, PGBK, C) Manuals Other documents Print Head Power cord A Setup CD-ROM (containing the drivers, applications and on-screen manuals) Telephone line cable • A USB cable is necessary to connec

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Only when connecting a telephone: 1 2 Do not turn the 2 power on yet. 1 B To use the machine as a fax, a telephone line needs to be connected. This section describes the 2 basic method of telephone line A connection. For other connection methods, refer to the on-screen manual: Basic Guide. When not using as a fax: Go to "3 Turn the Power On" on page 7. Connect the machine with a Remove the Cap (B) (1), then connect a telephone telephone line using the supplied with the telephone line ca

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1 2 3 B A Insert the power cord into the Press the ON button (B) to turn on the machine. connector on the left side at the back • The machine may make some operating noises. of the machine and into the wall This is normal operation. • Do not install the machine outlet. where an object may fall on it. The object may • Do NOT connect the USB cable or fall inside the machine, Ethernet cable at this stage. resulting in malfunction. • Make sure that the Document • Do not place any object on

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3 4 □ Turning the power off Be sure to follow the procedure below. 1. Press the ON button (A) to turn off the machine. 2. Make sure that all the lamps on the Operation Panel C are not lit. 1 A 2 E D Operating noise may continue for up to 30 seconds until the machine turns off. Use the { or } button (C) on the Operation Panel Make sure that the to select the language for the LCD (Liquid Crystal above screen is • When removing the power plug, make sure that all the Display) (D), then press th

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1 2 3 4 D E F C D B G A Open the Paper Output Lift the Scanning Unit (Cover) (B) and fix it with the Scanning Unit Support Make sure that the Print Tray (A). (C). Head Holder moves to the installation position. Close the Document Cover (D) and lift it with the Scanning Unit (Cover). Go to the next page. • Do not touch the buttons or LCD (E) on the Operation Panel (F). May result in unintended operation. • When opening the Scanning Unit (Cover), the Print Head Holder (G) moves automatically. •

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4 5 6 I K J H Firmly lift the part (H) of the Print Head Lock Lever in the Print Head Holder Remove the orange protective cap. Remove the Print Head from the until it stops. silver package. The Print Head Lock Lever may feel heavy. • Handle the Print Head carefully. Do not drop or apply excessive pressure to it. • Do not touch the inside (J) or metal parts (K) of the Print Head. The machine may • Do not touch the inside of the Print Head Holder (I). The machine may not print not print properl

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7 8 Tilt the Print Head forward and set it in place as shown. Hold the Print Head Lock Lever firmly and lower it completely. • Do not knock the Print Head against the sides of the holder. • Once you have installed the Print Head, do not remove it unnecessarily. • Install in a well-lit environment. • If the Scanning Unit (Cover) is left open for more than 10 minutes, the Print Head Holder moves to the right. In this case, close and reopen the Scanning Unit (Cover). 4 Install the Print Head 11

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1 2 3 A 5 C B D 1. Remove the orange tape Hold the ink tank with the orange Slowly twist the orange protective cap 90 degrees completely. protective cap (A) pointing up while horizontally to remove it off. being careful not to block the L-shape 2. Remove the protective film Do not push the sides of the ink tank. air hole (B). completely. • If the orange tape remains on the L-shape air hole, ink may splash or the machine may not print • Handle the ink tanks carefully. properly. Do not drop o

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4 5 6 Tilt the ink tank, then insert it under the label and Press the PUSH mark on the ink tank firmly until it Install all the other ink tanks in the same way against the back end of the slot. clicks. according to the color order indicated on the label. Make sure that the color of the label matches the ink When the installation is completed properly, the Ink lamp Make sure all the Ink lamps light red. tank. lights red. • Once you have installed the ink tanks, do not remove them unnecessarily.

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7 8 H G E F 1. Lift the Scanning Unit (Cover) (E) slightly. Make sure that the LCD changes as shown in the illustration and go to the next step. 2. Fold the Scanning Unit Support (F) towards the left. Load plain paper in the Cassette by referring to “6 Load Paper” 3. Close the Scanning Unit (Cover). on page 15 and press the OK button. • Do not touch the buttons or LCD (G) on the Operation Panel (H). May result in unintended operation. • It takes about 4 minutes before the LCD changes. • The ma

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

1 2 3 6 D A B C Close the Paper Output Pull out the Cassette (B). Move the Paper Guides (C) and (D) Tray (A). to both edges. • The Cassette supports plain paper only. To load specialty paper including photo paper, refer from on page 17. 1 Load Paper

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4 5 6 7 2 E 1 Load plain paper. Slide the Paper Guide to align with Align the paper to the right side of Insert the Cassette slowly into the the actual size of the paper. the Cassette (1), and slide the Paper machine until it clicks into place. Load paper with the printing side facing Guide against the left edge of the down. The Paper Guide will click and stop when paper (2). it aligns with the corresponding mark of paper size. Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed t

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8 9 10 11 I F H G Prepare the Paper Support (F). Move the Paper Guides Load paper in the center of the Rear Slide the left and right Paper Guides (G) to both edges. Tray (H). against both edges of the paper. 1. Open it. Load paper in portrait orientation with the Make sure that the height of the paper 2. Withdraw it upwards. printing side facing up. stack does not exceed the line (I). 3. Tilt it back. • Load specialty paper including • For details on how to handle photo paper in the Rear Tray

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

The following four modes are available for receiving faxes. Select a receive mode according to your needs. You can change the receive mode any time. Refer to the on-screen manual: Read this section only when Basic Guide. using the machine as a fax. 7 Intended Use Receive Mode If not using the machine as a fax, go to "8 Select Connection Method" on page 21. • Want to use a telephone line for voice calls and faxes. • Want to prioritize voice call reception over fax call TEL priority mode r

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