Front Side


You can place two or more sheets of originals in the feeder. The placed originals are fed and scanned one by one automatically. Feeder

Control panel

Use the display and keys to operate the machine and confirm the operations and status. Control Panel

Lift handles

Hold the lift handles when moving the machine.
* When relocating the machine, do not attempt to move it yourself. Instead, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.

Ventilation slots

Air inside the machine is released through the ventilation slots to cool down the inside of the machine.
Do not place objects next to the ventilation slots, as this can prevent ventilation.

Paper stopper

Open the paper stopper to prevent paper from falling out of the output tray.

Front cover

Open when replacing toner cartridge or when a paper jam occurs inside the machine.

USB port (for USB devices)

You can connect a commercial USB memory device or USB keyboard.

Power switch

Turns the power of the machine ON and OFF. Turning ON and OFF the Machine

Output tray

Printed and copied paper is ejected to the output tray.

Paper drawer

Load paper you usually use into the paper drawer. Paper Drawer

Multi-purpose tray

To temporarily use paper not loaded in the paper drawer, load it in the multi-purpose tray. Multi-purpose Tray

Platen glass 

Place books, thick paper, thin paper, and other originals that cannot be placed in the feeder on the platen glass to copy or scan. The placed originals are scanned in a fixed position. Placing Originals


Emits sounds to notify you of the fax communication status as well as the operations and status of the machine.
Adjusting the Volume (For Models with a Fax Function)
Adjusting the Volume (For Models without a Fax Function)
To ensure efficient use of the machine, regularly clean the surface and platen glass.
Cleaning the Surface of the Machine
Cleaning the Platen Glass
If the following symptoms occur when using the feeder, clean the feeder: Cleaning the Feeder
Originals become dirty
Originals frequently jam
Printouts appear smudged after scanning, copying, or sending faxes