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Basic operations 2 Overview This chapter introduces the basic copying, sending, and printing operations of the HP LaserJet 4100 mfp series. Specific information about each of these functions is presented in later chapters. This chapter includes these topics: using the ADF using the scanner glass selecting the output bin loading Tray 1 loading Trays 2, 3, and 4 printing and copying on both sides of paper (duplexing) using special media, such as envelopes, letterhead, and transpare
Using the ADF Using the automatic document feeder (ADF) is a fast, convenient way to feed multipage originals for copying or digital-sending. You can load the ADF with as many as 30 sheets of paper. The ADF accepts documents that meet the following specifications: single-sided or double-sided originals documents on standard letter-, A4-, and legal-size paper documents ranging in size from 148.5 by 210.0 mm (5.9 by 8.3 inches) to 215.9 by 355.6 mm (8.5 by 14.0 inches) 2 documents rangi
Using the scanner glass You can also use the digital-sending and copying features by using the scanner glass, located below the ADF. The scanner can accommodate letter- or A4-size and smaller originals, books, manuals, receipts, and similar documents. Irregular and worn documents, stapled documents, and photographs can also easily be sent or copied using the scanner glass. Multiple-page, letter-size documents can be fed using the ADF. To send or copy larger documents, see “Using the ADF” on
Selecting the output bin The printer has two output locations: the rear output bin and the top output bin. To use the top output bin, be sure the rear output bin is closed. To use the rear output bin, open it. If paper coming out of the top output bin has problems, such as excessive curl, try printing to the rear output bin. To avoid paper jams, do not open or close the rear output bin while the printer is printing. Printing to the top output bin The top output bin collects paper face-d
Walk-up copying 4 Overview You can easily make black-and-white copies by using the HP LaserJet 4100 mfp series. This chapter provides instructions for making copies and changing copy settings. The MFP functions as a standalone walk-up copier—you do not have to have software installed or a computer turned on to make copies. You can adjust copy settings at the control panel. Originals can be copied using either the ADF or the scanner. Copy, print, and send jobs can be processed simultaneously.
Performing basic copying Copy defaults The preset default copy settings for the HP LaserJet 4100 mfp series are: single-copy output letter-sized original and letter-sized copy (in North America only; otherwise, the default is A4) single-sided original and single-sided copy mixed text, and graphic photo document content normal brightness no reduction or enlargement (100%) one page per sheet (1-up) copying One-touch copying If you wish to make a single copy using the product’s defau
User-defined copy settings To make copies at settings other than the system defaults, navigate through the Describe Original and Copy Settings screens. The use of these screens is explained in the following sections. Using the Describe Original screen From the top-level screen, enter the Describe Original screen by clicking Describe Original and then pressing the button. To change the description of your original, use the up and down navigation buttons to move through the Describe Origin
Using the Copy Settings screen Use the Copy Settings screen to select the options for the copies to be made if one- touch copying is not used. This screen allows you to scroll through various options, pressing to select features. Additional copy features are available through the Copy and Send menus. 1 Navigate to the Copy Settings screen and press . Scroll downward through the menu options to select the characteristics of the copies to be made. Available options include the following: Si
Quality: select output quality of an image. “Best” optimizes the output quality. Normal Best Note If you select Best, scanning speed will be somewhat slower than when operating in Normal mode. Pages per sheet: select the number of originals pages on each output sheet. 1 (one sheet per page, with no border) 2 or 2 Borders (two sheets per page, without or with borders) 4 or 4 Borders (four sheets per page, without or with borders) Background: allows removal of shading when copying
Adjusting the contrast Press the light/dark buttons on the right side of the control panel to lighten or darken your copies. After your copies are made, the contrast setting returns to the default setting. Improving copy quality When you establish your copy parameters on the Copy Settings screen, select Best from the Quality options. You can also modify the copy quality with the Content option on the Describe Original screen. The default setting is Mixed. When copying a photograph or graph
Sending to e-mail 5 Overview The HP LaserJet 4100 mfp series can scan documents to any e-mail address. Note The MFP can send color images, although it cannot copy or print in color. The following topics are addressed in this chapter: introduction sending documents available file formats using and managing address books Introduction Send to email (part of the Digital-sending suite) is similar to faxing information, but offers these advantages: sends mail to multiple e-mail addresses si
Sending documents You can use the digital-sending feature with either the scanner glass or the ADF. Note When using the scanner glass, place the original face down. When using the ADF, place the originals face up. Irregular, worn, or previously folded documents, as well as photographs, should be scanned using the scanner glass. Describe Original screen If necessary, describe your original before entering the Send Options screen. Send Options screen The Send Options screen on the control panel
Sending a document To digitally send a document: 1 Place your original document face-down on the scanner glass or face-up in the ADF. 2 If your original matches the default settings (mixed text and photo, default media size, standard resolution, single-sided), proceed to step 3. Otherwise, use the control panel display to describe the document by using the Describe Original screen. 3 On the control panel display, select Send Options. 4 In the main Send Options screen, select E-mail. 5 Using t
Problem solving 8 Overview This chapter will help you troubleshoot and solve problems that might occur while using the HP LaserJet 4100 mfp series. Clearing jams Occasionally, media might jam during copying and printing. This section helps you locate jams, properly clear them from the product, and solve repeated jams. Understanding Many of the messages that appear on the control panel are self- control panel error explanatory. However, some messages indicate a problem that requires messages
Clearing jams If the control panel display shows a jam message, look for media in the locations indicated in the figure on the next page, and then see the procedure for clearing the jam. You might need to look for media in locations other than those indicated in the jam message. If the location of the jam is not obvious, look first in the top cover area underneath the toner cartridge. When clearing jams, be very careful not to tear the media. If a small piece of media remains in the product
Clearing jams from the top cover and toner cartridge area 1 Open the top cover and remove the toner cartridge. 1 CAUTION To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a few minutes. 2 Use the green handle to lift the paper-access plate. 3 Slowly pull the media out of the product. Do not tear the 2 media. Note If media is difficult to remove, try clearing it from the input tray area (see “Clearing jams from input trays” on page 80). Avoid spilling loose to
6 Replace the entrance cover and close Tray 1. 6 7 Reinstall the toner cartridge and close the top cover. 8 If a jam message persists, there is still media in the product. Look for media in another location (see “Jam locations” on page 78). If you are using a non-HP toner cartridge, the message NON HP TONER DETECTED might appear on the control panel 7 display. Press START to continue printing or copying. Clearing jams from input trays Tray 1 1 Slowly pull out the paper tray. If part of the m
Clearing jams from the duplexer 1 Open the duplexer’s rear door. 1 2 Slowly pull any media out of the duplexer. 3 Remove the duplexer by lifting it slightly and pulling it out of the product. 4 From the rear of the product, remove any media that is on top of Tray 2. (You might need to reach inside the product.) 5 Slowly pull any media out of the duplexer. 2 6 Turn the duplexer over and remove any media. Continued on the next page. 3 4 5 6 Clearing jams 81
7 Reinsert the duplexer into the product. 7 8 Open and close the top cover to clear the jam message. 9 If a jam message persists, media remains in the product. Look for media in another location (see “Jam locations” on page 78). Clearing jams from the rear output slot 1 Note If most of the media remains inside the product, it is best to remove it through the top cover area. (See “Clearing jams from the top cover and toner cartridge area” on page 79.) 1 Open the rear output slot. 2 Grasp bot
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