Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Wider top margin comes out with the copied document compared to the original document
Top margin??? SEF or LEF
1. If it is the lead edge registration, go to 05 mode and adjust the values of the following...
440 > start > adjust value (for upper drawer margin)
441 > start > adjust value (for lower drawer margin)
442 > start > adjust value (for bypass drawer margin)
443 > start > adjust value (for LCF)
2. If it is the side registration, adjust it from the drawers.
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xerox workcenter XD120f
The small scanner glass (not the full size glass) has some dirt on it. Use a lint-free cloth (not paper) with alcohol or Windex and clean the glass. This should help.
Posted on Jan 27, 2007
Are you copying onto the same size of paper or onto another size like A4? If changing size you will have to tell the machine what sizes are in use.
If you are using similar sizes, try setting off a stack and as the machine feeds a sheet in, turn off the power. Lift the lid and see iff the page is running in the correct position and not off to one side. If the page is off to one side, you need to check that you have the paper guide (where fitted) pushed up to the correct position etc.
Let me know if this helps any.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
restart the copier while holding down the "0" and "5" keys. you will now be in service mode. enter "5" and press "start" key a number should show up in the display. this is the exposure value - how dark or light the copies will be. 5 is the automatic exposure setting. around 128 is the normal value. the larger this value the lighter the copies are - the smaller the value the darker the copies.
Enter a new number (exposure value) and press the "interupt" key to save the value. Restart the copier and check what the copies look like. Keep adjusting until it looks good/better.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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