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    							Menu functions> 71
    TRAY2 
    MEDIAWEIGHTLIGHT (64-
    74g/m²)
    MEDIUM (75-
    90g/m²)
    HEAVY (91-
    176g/m²)Adjusts the printer for the weight of 
    paper stock loaded in this tray (if 
    installed).
    MPT PAPERSIZE LETTER
    EXECUTIVE
    LEGAL14
    LEGAL13.5
    LEGAL13
    A4 / A5 / A6 / 
    B5
    CUSTOM
    COM-9 
    ENVELOPE
    COM-10 
    ENVELOPE
    MONARCH ENV
    DL ENVELOPE
    C5 ENVELOPESelects the size of paper to be fed 
    from the multi purpose tray. For 
    CUSTOM setting see X-DIMENSION 
    and Y-DIMENSION later in this table.
    MPT MEDIATYPEPLAIN
    LETTERHEAD
    TRANSPARENC
    Y
    LABELS
    BOND
    RECYCLED
    CARD STOCK
    ROUGH
    GLOSSYSelects the type of media to be fed 
    from the multi purpose tray so that 
    the printer can adjust its internal 
    parameters to better accommodate 
    the selected type of media.
    MPT 
    MEDIAWEIGHTMEDIUM (75-
    90g/m²)
    HEAVY (91-
    120g/m²)
    ULTRA HEAVY 
    (121-203g/m²)Selects the media weight to be fed 
    from the multi purpose tray.
    UNIT OF 
    MEASUREMILLIMETRE
    INCHSelects the unit of measure for the 
    next two items.
    X-DIMENSION 100-210-216 
    MILLIMETRESelects the width of paper defined by 
    the “CUSTOM” settings referred to in 
    the foregoing PAPER SIZE settings.
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
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    Y- D I M E N S I O N148-297-1200 
    MILLIMETRESelects the length of paper defined 
    by the “Custom” settings referred to 
    in the foregoing PAPER SIZE 
    settings. Note that media of up to 
    1200mm in length can be fed from 
    the multi purpose tray for banner 
    printing.
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
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    							Menu functions> 73
    COLOUR MENU
    The printer automatically adjusts colour balance and density at 
    appropriate intervals, optimising the printed output for bright 
    white paper viewed in natural daylight conditions. The items on 
    this menu provide a means of changing the default settings for 
    special or particularly difficult print jobs. Settings revert to their 
    default values when the next print job is complete.
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    DENSITY 
    CONTROLAUTO
    MANUALIf set to AUTO, image density will be 
    automatically adjusted at power on, 
    when a new image drum or toner 
    cartridge is installed, and at intervals 
    of 100, 300 and 500 drum counts. If 
    a 500 drum count interval occurs 
    during a print job it will occur at the 
    end of that job, and will take up to 
    55 seconds. If set to manual, this 
    adjustment will only be performed 
    when initiated by the next menu 
    item.
    ADJUST 
    DENSITYEXECUTESelecting this will permit adjustment 
    of the colour density.
    AJST 
    REGISTRATIONEXECUTE Performs automatic colour 
    registration adjustment. Normally 
    this is done on power on and when 
    the top cover is opened and then 
    closed. This process accurately 
    aligns the cyan, magenta and yellow 
    images to the black image.
    C REG FINE 
    AJST
    M REG FINE 
    AJST
    Y REG FINE 
    AJST
    -3~0~+3
    -3~0~+3
    -3~0~+3Performs fine adjustment of image 
    timing in relation to the black image 
    component.
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    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU
    This menu adjusts general printer settings to suit the way you 
    prefer to work.
    ITEMSSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    POW SAVE TIME 5
    15
    30
    60
    240Adjusts the idling time before the 
    printer automatically switches into 
    power saving mode. In this mode 
    power consumption is reduced to a 
    low level required to just keep the 
    printer operating and ready to 
    receive data. When a job is sent the 
    printer will require a warm-up time 
    o f  u p  t o  1  m i n u t e  b e f o r e  p r i n t i n g  c a n  
    begin.
    CLRABLE 
    WARNINGON
    JOBWhen ON, non-critical warnings, 
    such as requests for a different 
    paper size, can be cleared by 
    pressing the 
    ON LINE button. 
    When set to JOB, they are cleared 
    when the print job resumes.
    MANUAL 
    TIMEOUTOFF
    30
    60Specifies how many seconds the 
    printer will wait for paper to be fed 
    before cancelling the job.
    WAIT TIMEOUT5~40~300Specifies how many seconds the 
    printer will wait when received data 
    pauses before forcing a page eject. 
    In PostScript Emulation mode the 
    job will be cancelled if timeout 
    occurs.
    LOW TONERCONTINUE
    STOPSpecifies whether the printer should 
    continue printing even after a low 
    toner condition is detected.
    JAM RECOVERYON
    OFFSpecifies whether the printer should 
    perform jam recovery after a paper 
    jam has occurred. If ON, the printer 
    will attempt to print again any pages 
    lost due to a paper jam once the jam 
    has been cleared.
    ERROR REPORT ON
    OFFIf ON, the printer will print error 
    details when a PostScript Emulation 
    error occurs.
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    USB MENU
    This menu controls the operation of the printer’s USB data 
    interface.
    NETWORK MENU
    This menu controls the operation of the printer’s 10Base-T/
    100Base-TX network interface.
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    SOFT RESET ENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables the SOFT RESET 
    command.
    SERIAL NUMBERENABLE / 
    DISABLE
    SPEED 12 / 480 Mps Selects the interface speed
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    TCP/IPENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables this network 
    protocol.
    NETBEUIENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables this network 
    protocol.
    IP ADDRESS 
    SETAUTO / MANUAL Specifies whether IP address 
    allocation is automatic (DHCP) or 
    manually assigned.
    IP ADDRESSxxx.xxx.xxx.xxxCurrent assigned IP address. To 
    change, press ENTER and use 
    +/– 
    keys to increment 1st octet, then 
    press ENTER again to move on to 
    next octet. When 4th octet has been 
    set, press ENTER again to register 
    new address.
    SUBNET MASK xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Current assigned subnet mask. To 
    change, proceed as above.
    GATEWAY 
    ADDRESSxxx.xxx.xxx.xxxCurrent assigned gateway address. 
    To change, proceed as above.
    FAC TO RY 
    DEFAULTSEXECUTE Reloads the settings present when 
    the unit was setup by the 
    manufacturer.
    WEBENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables Web config. 
    facility.
    TELNET ENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables Telnet config. 
    facility.
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    MAINTENANCE MENU
    This menu provides access to various printer maintenance 
    functions.
    FTPENABLE / 
    DEFAULTEnables or disables communication 
    via FTP.
    SNMPENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables SNMP protocol.
    NETWORK 
    SCALENORMAL / 
    SMALLSelects network size.
    HUB LINK 
    SETTINGAUTO 
    NEGOTIATE
    100BASE-TX 
    FULL
    100BASE-TX 
    HALF
    10BASE-T FULL
    10BASE-T HALFSets full or half duplex for 
    communication via a network hub.
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    ITEMSETTINGSEXPLANATION
    MENU RESET EXECUTE Resets menus to default settings.
    SAVE MENUEXECUTESaves current menu settings as 
    default values. At confirmation 
    prompt, press ENTER to confirm 
    save, or CANCEL to cancel.
    POWER SAVEENABLE / 
    DISABLEEnables or disables automatic power 
    save mode. Delay before entering 
    this mode is set in the system 
    configuration menu.
    PAPER BLACK 
    SETTING–2~0~+2Used for small adjustment when you 
    experience faded print or light 
    specks / streaking in monochrome 
    printing on white paper. Select a 
    higher value to reduce fading, or a 
    lower value to reduce specks or 
    streaking in high density print areas.
    PAPER COLOR 
    SETTING–2~0~+2 As above, but for colour printing.
    TRANSPR 
    BLACK SETTING–2~0~+2As above but for mono printing on 
    transparencies.
    TRANSPR 
    COLOR SETTING–2~0~+2 As above but for colour printing on 
    transparencies.
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    USAGE MENU
    This menu is for information only, and provides an indication of 
    total usage of the printer and the expected life left in its 
    consumable items. This is particularly useful if you do not have a 
    full set of replacement consumables to hand and you need to 
    know how soon you will need them.
    ITEMEXPLANATION
    TRAYn PAGE COUNT The total number of pages fed from tray n.
    MPT PAGE COUNTThe total number of pages fed from the multi 
    purpose tray.
    COLOR PAGE COUNT The total number of pages printed in colour.
    MONO PAGE COUNTThe total number of pages printed in 
    monochrome.
    K DRUM LIFE 
    REMAINING
    C DRUM LIFE 
    REMAINING
    M DRUM LIFE 
    REMAINING
    Y DRUM LIFE 
    REMAININGPercentage of life remaining in these consumable 
    items.
    BELT LIFE 
    REMAININGPercentage of belt life remaining.
    FUSER LIFE 
    REMAININGPercentage of fuser life remaining.
    K TONER
    C TONER
    M TONER
    Y TONER
    Cartridge size and current toner level.
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    REPLACING CONSUMABLE ITEMS
    This section explains how to replace consumable items when due. 
    As a guide, the life expectancy of these items is:
    >Toner:
    The C
    5600 is shipped with sufficient Cyan, Magenta & Yellow 
    toner for 2,000 A4 pages in the print cartridges, of which 800 A4 
    pages of toner are used to charge the image drum (1,200 A4 
    pages remaining).
    The C580
    0 is shipped with sufficient Cyan, Magenta & Yellow 
    toner for 5,000 A4 pages in the print cartridges, of which 
    800 A4 pages of toner are used to charge the image drum 
    (4,200 A4 pages remaining).
    Both models are shipped with sufficient Black toner for 
    6,000 A4 pages in the print cartridges, of which 800 A4 
    pages of toner are used to charge the image drum (5,200 
    A4 pages remaining).
    >Image drum: Approximately 20,000 pages (calculated on 
    typical office usage where 20% of printing is 1 page only, 
    30% is 3 page documents and 50% is print runs of 15 
    pages or more).
    >Transfer belt: Approximately 60,000 A4 pages.
    >Fuser: Approximately 60,000 A4 pages.
    A4 PAGE COVERAGE 
    (OF THIS COLOUR)2.5%5.0%10%
    Black C5600 12,000 6,000 3,000
    C580012,0006,0003,000
    Cyan C5600 4,000 2,000 1,000
    C580010,0005,0002,500
    Magenta C5600 4,000 2,000 1,000
    C580010,0005,0002,500
    Yellow C5600 4,000 2,000 1,000
    C580010,0005,0002,500
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    CONSUMABLE ORDER DETAILS
    * Average life: 20% pages at continuous print, 50% pages at 3 
    pages per job and 30% pages at 1 page per job.
    Only use genuine Oki Original consumables to ensure the 
    best quality and performance from your hardware. Non 
    Oki Original products may adversely affect your printers 
    performance and invalidate your warranty.
    ITEMLIFEORDER 
    NO.
    Toner, C5800, black 6,000 A4 @ 5%* 43324424
    Toner, C5800, cyan5,000 A4 @ 5%*43324423
    Toner, C5800, magenta 5,000 A4 @ 5%* 43324422
    Toner, C5800, yellow5,000 A4 @ 5%*43324421
    Toner, C5600, black 6,000 [email protected] 5%* 43324408
    Toner, C5600, cyan2,000 [email protected] 5%*43381907
    Toner, C5600, magenta 2,000 [email protected] 5%* 43381906
    Toner, C5600, yellow2,000 [email protected] 5%*43381905
    Image drum, C5800, black 20,000 A4 pages* 43381724
    Image drum, C5800, cyan20,000 A4 pages*43381723
    Image drum, C5800, magenta 20,000 A4 pages* 43381722
    Image drum, C5800,yellow20,000 A4 pages*43381721
    Image drum, C5600, black 20,000 A4 pages* 43381708
    Image drum, C5600, cyan20,000 A4 pages*43381707
    Image drum, C5600, magenta 20,000 A4 pages* 43381706
    Image drum, C5600, yellow20,000 A4 pages*43381705
    Fuser 60,000 A4 pages* 43363203
    Tr a n s p o r t  b e l t60,000 A4 @ 3/job43363402
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    TONER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
    The toner used in this printer is a very fine dry powder. It is 
    contained in four cartridges: one each for cyan, magenta, yellow 
    and black.
    Have a sheet of paper handy so that you have somewhere to 
    place the used cartridge while you install the new one.
    Dispose of the old cartridge responsibly, inside the pack that the 
    new one came in. Follow any regulations, recommendations, etc., 
    which may be in force concerning waste recycling.
    If you do spill any toner powder, lightly brush it off. If this is not 
    enough, use a cool, damp cloth to remove any residue.
    Do not use hot water, and never use solvents of any kind. They 
    will make stains permanent.
    Switch off the printer and allow the fuser to cool for about 
    10 minutes before opening the cover.
    1.Press the cover release and open the printer’s top cover 
    fully.
    CAUTION!
    To avoid toner wastage and possible toner sensor 
    errors, do not change the toner cartridge(s) until 
    “TONER EMPTY” is displayed.
    WARNING!
    If you inhale any toner or get it in your eyes, drink a 
    little water or bathe your eyes liberally in cold water. 
    Seek medical attention immediately.
    WARNING!
    If the printer has been powered on, the fuser may be 
    hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
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