Front Side

Motion sensor

When the motion sensor detects a person near the machine, the machine exits sleep mode automatically. Entering Sleep Mode

Control panel

The control panel consists of the indicators and touch panel display. You can perform all the operations and specify settings from the control panel.
Control Panel
Basic Screens on the Touch Panel Display

Feeder

Automatically feeds originals into the machine for scanning. When two or more sheets are loaded in the feeder, originals can be scanned continuously. Feeder

USB port (Front-right side of the machine)

You can connect devices such as a USB memory device to the machine. Connecting a USB Memory Device
Some types of memory media may not be able to save data correctly.
The USB port (front-right side of the machine) supports USB 2.0.

Upper-right cover of the main unit

Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine. Paper Jams in a Paper Source

USB port (Rear-right side of the machine)

You can connect devices such as an external hard disk to the machine. Backing Up/Restoring Data
When you select <Wired LAN + Wired LAN> for <Select Interface>, connect a USB-LAN adapter here. Connecting to a Wired LAN for the Sub Line
The USB port (rear-right side of the machine) supports USB 3.0.

USB connector

Connect a USB cable when connecting the machine and a computer.
The USB connector supports USB 2.0.

LAN port

Connect a LAN cable when connecting the machine to a wired LAN router, etc. Setting up the Network Environment

Multi-purpose tray

Load paper into the multi-purpose tray when you want to use a type of paper different from that which is loaded in the paper drawer.
Multi-Purpose Tray
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray

Lower-right cover of the main unit

Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine. Paper Jams in a Paper Source

Upper-right cover of the paper drawer

Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine. Paper Jams in a Paper Source

Lower-right cover of the paper drawer 

Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine. Paper Jams in a Paper Source

Paper drawer 1

Load the type of paper that you frequently use. Paper Drawer

Paper drawer 2

Load the type of paper that you frequently use. You can load paper that cannot be loaded in the paper drawer 1. Paper Drawer

Waste toner container cover

Open this cover when replacing the waste toner container. Replacing the Waste Toner Container

Toner Code

This code indicates the type of genuine toner that can be used with the machine.Use toner with a code that includes the same letters as the code on the front cover of the machine.

Power switch

Press the power switch when turning ON or OFF the machine.
Turning ON the Machine
Turning OFF the Machine

Glass cleaning cloth storage box

Use this box to store the cloth for cleaning the platen glass.

Output tray

Paper is output here when printing finishes. The Collate, Group, and Rotate 90 Degrees functions are supported.

Front cover of the main unit

Open this cover when cleaning the dust-proof glass. Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass

Toner replacement cover

Open this cover when replacing the toner cartridge. Replacing the Toner Cartridge

Output tray paper supporter

Raise this supporter so that printed paper does not fall down.
For more information about the configuration of optional equipment installed on the machine, see Options.
Connecting a USB Memory Device
You can connect a USB memory device to the USB ports located on the right side of the machine, and directly print data from the USB memory device. Originals scanned using the machine can also be saved directly to the USB memory device.
Make sure that the USB memory device is oriented properly when connecting it to the machine. If it is not connected properly, it may cause the USB memory device or machine to malfunction.
Make sure to follow the proper procedure when removing the USB memory device. Removing the memory media Failure to do so may cause the USB memory device or machine to malfunction.
The machine only supports FAT32/exFAT format USB memory device.
Unsupported devices and usages
Memory media with security functions
Memory media that does not meet the USB specification
Memory card readers connected via USB
Connecting memory media via an extension cable
Connecting memory media via a USB hub
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