White Gap Correction

When an area of intense colors which are same as the halftone area is copied or printed immediately after a halftone area, a white gap may occur between the images. This mode can be used to eliminate the white gap between the two areas.
* White Gap
Users other than the administrators should not change the settings. For instructions on changing the settings, contact your dealer or service representative.

Press  (Settings/Registration) <Adjustment/Maintenance> <Adjust Image Quality> <Correct White Gap>
Press <-> or <+> to change the setting value to 1 or 2 press <OK>.
Details of each item are shown below.
1 and 2: Select to eliminate the white gap. If "1" is selected as a setting value, you can eliminate the white gap more effective than "2". However, the image tends to have a jagged appearance or the density of the image tends to be light.
3: This is the default setting. Select when you want to leave the original image as it is.
4: Do not select normally. If you select this setting value, contact your dealer or service representative.
If you select "1" or "2" as a setting value, the image may have a jagged appearance, lighter density, or stripe pattern. If these print results may occur, you may be able to eliminate the white gap by specifying the dither settings see Dither Settings, instead of specifying the white gap correction. For more information, contact your dealer or service representative.
Perform the automatic gradation adjustment.
For more information on the automatic gradation adjustment, see Adjusting Gradation
After changing the settings, make sure to perform the automatic gradation adjustment first, and then perform the color balance adjustment as the color balance may become unstable.