Hints & Tips
- Always handle the paper by the edges to avoid scratching, scuffing or fingerprints.
- Sheets should not be guillotine trimmed prior to imaging.
- Static build-up may occur during long runs and may interfere with running and/or stacking of media.
- Sheets should be fanned gently before loading into the feed drawer.
- If customer image files are stressful, minimal side-to-side colour shifts may be visible when auto-duplexing.
- Product should be returned to original package between uses.
- It is advisable to run not more than 1000 sheets on iGen3 at any time and to run paper between batches. 500 sheets of paper should be used.
- For other colour machines the run length should not be greater than 500 at any time and to run paper between batches. 50 sheets of paper should be used.
- For Monochrome machines run lengths should be limited to a max of 1000 at any time and to run paper between batches. 100 sheets of paper should be used.