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Operation Panel

* All lamps on the operation panel are shown lit in the figure below for explanatory purposes.

(1) ON lamp
Lights after flashing when the power is turned on.


  • You can check the status of the machine by the ON and Alarm lamps.

    • ON lamp is off: The power is off.
    • ON lamp lights: The machine is ready to print.
    • ON lamp flashes: The machine is getting ready to print, or printing is in progress.
    • Alarm lamp flashes: An error has occurred and the machine is not ready to print.
    • ON lamp flashes and Alarm lamp flashes alternately: An error that requires contacting the service center may have occurred.
(2) ON button

Turns the power on or off. Before turning on the power, make sure that the document cover is closed.

(3) Wi-Fi lamp

Lights or flashes to indicate the wireless LAN status.

Wireless LAN connection is enabled.
Printing or scanning over wireless LAN. Also flashes while configuring the wireless LAN connection.
(4) Wi-Fi button
Hold down to automatically set up the wireless LAN connection.
(5) ink lamps

Light or flash when ink runs out, etc.

The left lamp indicates the color FINE cartridge status, the right lamp the black FINE cartridge status.

(6) Paper button
Selects the page size and media type.
(7) Paper lamp
Lights to indicate the page size and media type selected with the Paper button.
(8) Stop button

Cancels operation when print, copy, or scan job is in progress.

Holding this button down lets you select maintenance options or machine settings.

(9) Color button*
Starts color copying. You can also press this button to finalize your selection for the setting item.
(10) Black button*
Starts black & white copying. You can also press this button to finalize your selection for the setting item.
(11) Alarm lamp
Lights or flashes when an error occurs. When performing machine maintenance or machine settings, options can be selected according to the number of flashes.

* In the software applications or manuals, the Color and Black buttons are collectively called the "Start" or "OK" button.