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As an Energy Star Partner, Minolta has determined that this copier meets the Energy Star Guidelines for Energy Efficiency. Energy Star Copiers have a feature that allows them to automatically turn off or "go to sleep" after a period of inactivity, ensuring night and weekend shut off. This auto-feature can reduce a copier’s annual electricity costs by over 60 percent. In addition, high speed copiers will be set to automatically make double sided copies. An organization’s paper costs can be reduce by $60 a month and the volume of paper sent into the waste stream will decline. It takes 10 times more energy to produce a piece of paper than it does to make a single copy on a copier. Therefore, using less paper also means decreased national energy consumption. Recycled Paper (USA market only) Your Minolta Copier has been designed to use the following Recycled Paper Minolta Recycled Bond Item No. 8925 701 20% Post Consumer Waste What is an Energy Star Copier ? 1075O312AA EP6000 Thank you for choosing Minolta. This operator’s manual explains how to operate the copier and replenish its supplies. It also gives some troubleshooting tips as well as general precautions to be observed when operating the copier. To ensure the best performance and effective use of your copier, read this manual carefully until you familiarize yourself thoroughly with its operation and features. After you have read through the manual, keep it for ready reference. Please use this manual as a quick and handy reference tool for immediately clarifying any questions which may arise. i Contents Chapters 1 through 3 contain the basic information for making copies. Be sure to read these chapters before attempting to use your copier. Using This Manual Organization viii Page Organization ix Terms and Symbols for the Type of Originals and Copy Paper x Chapter 1 Safety Notes 1 1. Installing The Copier Installation Site 2 Power Source 2 Grounding 2 Space Requirements 3 2. Precautions for Use Operating Environment 4 Using the Copier Properly 4 Care of Copier Supplies 5 Moving 5 ii Chapter 2 First Things to Know about Chapter 2 your Copier 7 1. System Overview 8 2. Copier Parts and Accessories Copier 10 Options 13 3. Control Panel Keys and Touch Panel 14 4. Touch Panel What’s a Touch Panel? 16 How the Screen is Organized 16 Adjusting the Display Contrast 17 Using it Properly 18 5. Turning ON and OFF, and Resetting the Copier Turning ON and OFF 21 When the Copier is Turned ON 21 Initial Mode and Panel Resetting 22 Auto Copy Start Function 23 Energy Saver Mode 24 Entering the Access Number 25 Chapter 1 Safety Notes Chapter 2 First Things to Know about your Copier Chapter 3 Making Copies Chapter 4 Using the User Mode Chapter 5 When a Message Appears Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Specifications Chapter 8 Miscellaneous iii  Chapter 3 Making Copies 27 1. Basic Copying Overview 28 2. Placing Originals 30 3. Number of Copies 34 4. Starting the Copy Cycle 35 5. Interrupt Mode 36 6. Manual Bypass Copying 37 7. Basic Functions •Copy Paper Size 40 •Zoom Ratio 42 • Image Density 45 8. Selecting the Original Copy Type • 1 1 49 • 1 2 49 • 2 1 51 • 2 2 52 • 1 [2 in 1] 52 • 1 2 [2 in 1] 54 9. Finishing Mode •Non-Sort 66 •Sort 66 •Sort-and-Staple 67 •Group 67 10. Auxiliary Functions •Cover 79 •Page Insertion 82 •OHP Interleaving 90 •File Margin 96 •Book Copy 100 •Edge/Frame Erase 102 11. Mode Check 105 • 1 [2 in 1] 1 55 • 2 [2 in 1] 1 56 •Mixed Original Detection Mode 58 •Auto Original Count Mode 60 •Hole Punch 68 •Manual Staple 68 •Auto Dual Function 72         iv Chapter 4 Using the User Mode 107 1. Job Memory Input and Job Recall Job Memory Input 108 Account Job Input 110 Recalling a Job from Memory 112 2. Zoom Memory Input 114 3. Meter Count 116 4. Toner Replenisher 117 5. Drum Dehumidifier 118 6. User’s Choice User’s Choice Functions 119 Making the User’s Choice Settings 124 Chapter 5 When a Message Appears 127 1. When the Message "The Current Paper Drawer is empty." Appears 128 2. When the Message "Replenish Toner." Appears 132 3. When the Message "The Staple Cartrige is empty," Appears 134 4. When the Message "Misfeed detected." Appears 136 5. When the Message "The section indicated by is open." Appears 146 6. When Appears. 149 7. What Does Each Message Mean? 150 Contents Chapter 1 Safety Notes Chapter 2 First Things to Know about your Copier Chapter 3 Making Copies Chapter 4 Using the User Mode Chapter 5 When a Message Appears Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Specifications Chapter 8 Miscellaneous v Chapter 6 Troubleshooting 153 1. When this Type of Copy is Produced •The Image is too Light 154 •The Image is too Dark 154 •The Copy is Blurry 154 •The Copy has dark specks or spots 155 •The Edge of the Copy is dirty. 155 •The Image on the Copy is not aligned properly 155 2. The Copier is not functioning as designed •The Touch Panel shows nothing 156 •No copies are fed out when the Start Key is pressed 156 •Control Panel Keys do not respond 156 •The Copier is not activated when the Power Switch is turned ON 156 Chapter 7 Specifications 157 1. Copier 158 2. Duplexing Document Feeder 160 3. Large Capacity Casette 161 4. 20 Bin Staple Sorter 162 5. 20 Bin Sorter 163 6. Data Controller 164 7. Copier Outline Dimensions 165 Contents vi Chapter 8 Miscellaneous 167 1. Care of the Copier •Daily Checks 168 •Cleaning 169 2. Function Combination Matrix 172 3. Description of Copy Paper Size 175 4. Zoom Ratio Table (Original Size to Copy Paper Size) 176 5. Index 177 Chapter 1 Safety Notes Chapter 2 First Things to Know about your Copier Chapter 3 Making Copies Chapter 4 Using the User Mode Chapter 5 When a Message Appears Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Specifications Chapter 8 Miscellaneous Contents vii Using This Manual Chapter 1 Safety Notes About the operating environment, conditions, and precautions for use. Chapter 2 First Things to Know About your Copier A brief description of the system and preliminary information about the different parts of the system. Chapter 3 Making Copies About how to make copies and how to make settings for various functions. Chapter 4 Using the User Mode About the functions that are made available by using the User Mode Key, i.e., Job Memory Input, Zoom Memory Input, Meter Count, Toner Replenisher, Drum Dehumidifier and User’s Choice. It also shows how to recall a job program from the memory using the Job Recall Key. Chapter 5 When Such a Message Appears About the various warning messages given on the Touch Panel and steps to take to correct these faulty conditions, as well as the procedures to be used for replenishing supplies. Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Instructions on how to troubleshoot copier malfunctions. Chapter 7 Specifications Complete specifications of the copier system and options. Chapter 8 Miscellaneous About care for the copier and the copier supplies. Organization This manual consists of eight chapters. Chapters 1 through 3 give the basic information for making copies. Be sure to read these chapters before attempting to use your copier. viii Page Organization Index: Used to locate your chapter quickly. Note: Calls your attention to a particular point in the procedure. Page number Section title Indicates that there are more steps to follow in the next column. Indicates that this is the end of the steps. Chapter title Useful Tip: Gives you a useful piece of advice on using a particular convenient function or device. Using This Manual ix Terms and Symbols for the Type of Originals and Copy Paper A few special terms and symbols are used in this manual to designate types of originals and copy paper. These two pages explain about these terms and symbols. Feeding Direction (copy paper path) In this copier system, copy paper is taken up from the right-hand side of the copier and fed through the copier toward the left-hand side, out face up onto the Exit Tray. In the figure below, the direction in which the copy paper is fed, as indicated by the arrow, is called the "feeding direction." 1075O106CA Using This Manual x "Width" and "Length" When we talk about the size of the original or copy, we call side A "width" and side B "length." A: Width B: Length When the original or copy has a "length" longer than its "width," we call it "lengthwise" and use symbol "L" or " ." Terms and Symbols Used When the original or copy has a "length" shorter than its "width," we call it "crosswise" and use symbol "C" or " ." Using This Manual xi xii Chapter 1 Safety Notes Safety Notes Chapter 1 This chapter explains about the operating environment, conditions, and precautions for use. 1. Installing the Copier Installation Site 2 Power Source 2 Grounding 2 Space Requirements 3 2. Precautions for Use Operating Environment 4 Using the Copier Properly 4 Care of Copier Supplies 5 Moving 5 1 1. Installing the Copier Installation Site To ensure utmost safety and prevent possible malfunctions of the copier, install it in a location which meets the following requirements.  A place away from a curtain or the like that may catch fire and burn easily.  An area where there is no possibility of being splashed with water or other types of liquid.  An area free from direct sunlight.  A place out of the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater, or ventilator.  A well-ventilated place.  A dry place.  A dust-free location.  An area not subject to undue vibration.  A stable and level location. Power Source The power source voltage requirements are as follows.  Use a power source with little voltage fluctuation.  If any other electrical equipment is sourced from the same power outlet, make sure that the capacity of the outlet is not exceeded.  The outlet should be located near the copier and easily accessible.  Never connect any other appliances or machines by means of a multiple socket to the outlet being used for the copier.  If an extension cord is needed, use one with a capacity more than the power consumption of the copier. Make sure that no unusual, excessive force is being applied to the power cord or extension cord. Grounding To prevent receiving electrical shocks in the case of electrical leakage, always ground the copier. Connect the grounding wire to:  The ground terminal of the outlet.  A grounding contact which complies with the local electrical standards. Voltage Fluctuation : Within ±10% Frequency Fluctuation : Within ±0.3% Never connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, the grounding wire for a telephone, or a water pipe. NOTE Safety Notes Chapter 1 2 1. Installing the Copier Space Requirements To ensure easy copier operation, supply replacements and service maintenance, adhere to the recommended space requirements detailed below. 1335 150 Scale: mm 1075O127CA 300 200 2844 1342 Be sure to allow a clearance of 150 mm or more at the back of the copier as there is a ventilation duct. NOTE Safety Notes Chapter 1 3 2. Precautions for Use = Locate the Copier in a Well Ventilated Room = A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this copier. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive copier operations. For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated. NOTE Operating Environment The operating environmental requirements of the copier are as follows. Temperature : 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 86°F) with a fluctuation of 10°C (50°F) per hour. Humidity : 15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour. Using the Copier Properly To ensure the optimum performance of the copier, follow the precautions listed below.  NEVER place a heavy object on the copier or subject the copier to shocks.  NEVER open any Doors, or turn OFF the copier while the copier is making copies.  NEVER bring any magnetized object or use flammable sprays near the copier.  NEVER place a vase or vessel containing water on the copier.  NEVER drop paper clips, staples, or other small pieces of metal into the copier.  NEVER attempt to remove any Cover that is secured.  ALWAYS insert the Power Plug all the way into the outlet.  ALWAYS make sure that the outlet is visible, clear of the copier or copier cabinet.  ALWAYS ensure that the copier does not ride on the power cord or communications cable of other electrical equipment, and it does not get such a cord or cable wedged into its own mechanism.  NEVER leave a damaged or cracked copier power cord unattended. If you find any of these conditions, immediately shut down the copier, unplug the power cord, and call your Technical Representative for appropriate action.  ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous copies.  NEVER leave the copier running when it becomes inordinately hot or produces abnormal noise. If that happens, immediately turn OFF the copier, unplug it, and then call your Technical Representative. = Placer le copieur dans une pièce largement ventilée = Une quantité d’ozone négligable est dégagée pendant le fonctionnement du copieur quand celui-ci est utilisé normalement. Cependant, une odeur désagréable peut être ressentie dans les pièces dont l’aération est insuffisante et lorsque une utilisation prolongée du copieur est effectuée. Pour avoir la certitude de travailler dans un environnement réunissant des conditions de confort, santé et de sécurité, il est préférable de bien aérer la pièce ou se trouve le copieur. REMARQUE Safety Notes Chapter 1 4 2. Precautions for Use Care of Copier Supplies Use the following precautions when handling the copier supplies (toner, paper, etc.).  Store the paper, toner, and other supplies in a place free from direct sunlight and away from any heating apparatus. Keep them in a dry, clean environment.  Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded into the Drawer, in a sealed plastic bag in a cool, dark place.  Keep supplies out of the reach of children.  If your hands become soiled with toner, wash them with soap and water immediately. Moving If you need to transport the copier over a long distance, consult your Technical Representative. Note on making multiple copies If the fusing temperature drops exessively during a multi-copy cycle, there is a possibility that the copying speed will be reduced. The copying speed will automatically return to normal when the fusing temperature rises enough to ensure good fusing preformance. Safety Notes Chapter 1 5 2. Precautions for Use Safety Notes Chapter 1 6 1. System Overview 8 2. Copier Parts and Accessories Copier 10 Options 13 3. Control Panel Keys and Touch Panel 14 4. Touch Panel What’s a Touch Panel? 16 How the Screen is Organized 16 Adjusting the Display Contrast 17 Using it Properly 18 5. Turning ON and OFF, and Resetting the Copier Turning ON and OFF 21 When the Copier is Turned ON 21 Initial Mode and Panel Resetting 22 Auto Copy Start Function 23 Energy Saver Mode 24 Entering the Access Number 25 First Things to Know about your Copier Chapter 2 This chapter gives you a brief description of the system and preliminary information about the different parts of the system. Chapter 2 First Things to Know about your Copier 7 1. System Overview The EP6000 system can be configured with the following components. 20-Bin Sorter S-206