Canon multipass c3000 Service Manual (en)

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1. INSTALLATION
This machine has been designed for user installation.  Therefore, this manual
contains only an outline description of the procedures.  For details of the
installation, see the 
USER'S GUIDE
.
1.1 Setting up
• Choosing a Location for Your MultiPASS
• Do you have everything?
Check that nothing is missing when the unit is unpacked.
• Removing shipping materials
Peel off all strips of tape from the unit.  Don't forget to remove the protective sheet from the
separation roller, in the scanner section.  
• Assembling your MultiPASS
Install the accessories, Sending Document support, Document support for scanned
documents, Output tray extension, etc.   
• Making connections
Connect the Telephone line, Extension phone or Answering machine, Parallel cable (for
PC).
• Powering up
Connect the power cord and check that power is supplied.
• #5 TYPE setting (Service data setting)
Set the country type to suit the communication standard used in your country.
• Installing the BJ cartridge
Unseal the BJ cartridge, and load it into the machine.  The instructions for this operation
are written on the printer cover.  
• Loading paper
Set paper in the auto sheet feeder, in 
SELECT PAPER SIZE
under 
FAX PRINTER SETUP
,
set the size of paper that is to be used.
• Setting the 
TEL LINE TYPE
Choose the setting the matched the type of line being used.
• Entering user information
Enter user information, such as 
DATE & TIME, UNIT TELEPHONE #, UNIT NAME
.etc.
1.2 Checking Operations
• Copy operation
Make a copy, and check that the operation is normal.
• Communication test
Transmit to, and receive from other facsimiles, and check that images are sent normally for
transmission, and are printed normally for reception.
What to do when trouble occurs
Very rarely, during use, the display may go out, all the buttons may stop
working, or some other trouble may occur because of strong electrical noise
or a large amount of static.  If such trouble occurs, initialize the RAM.
During installation, we recommend that you perform the all clear operation
after the power on. Refer to 
NOTE: "All clear" when nothing works on Page 1-
52
and 
Chapter 3: 5.2.3 Service data setting (#5 TYPE) on Page 3-37
.
Chapter 4: Appendix
4-1
REFERENCE