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Checking the Name and Function of Each Part in This Machine (bizhub C554e/C454e)

Front side

No.

Name

Description

1

Dual Scan Document Feeder

Automatically feeds and scans originals by page. This unit scans a 2-sided original by only requiring the paper be fed into the machine once without reversing.

This unit is referred to as ADF in the manual.

2

Left Cover Release Lever

Used to open the Left Cover.

3

Left Cover

Open the Left Cover when clearing a paper jam.

4

Lateral Guide

Adjust this guide along the width of the original.

5

Original Tray

Load the original face up in this tray.

6

Control Panel

Used to configure various settings in this machine.

7

Original Output Tray

The scanned original is fed out onto this tray.

8

Stylus Pen

Used to select a menu on the Touch Panel, or enter characters.

9

USB Port (Type A) USB2.0/1.1

Used to connect an external memory unit (USB memory unit) to this machine.

10

Right Door

Open this door to clear a paper jam.

11

Right Door Release Lever

Used to lock the Right Door.

12

Bypass Tray

Used to print data on irregularly size paper, thick paper, transparencies, postcards (4 6 (A6 Card)), envelopes, or label sheets.

The Bypass Tray can hold up to 150 sheets of plain paper, 20 sheets of Thick 1, 20 sheets of Thick 1+, 20 sheets of Thick 2, 20 sheets of Thick 3, 20 sheets of Thick 4, 20 sheets of transparency, 20 sheets of postcards (4 6 (A6 Card)), label sheets, or index paper, and 10 sheets of envelopes or banner paper.

13

Paper-Empty Indicator

Flashes or lights up to indicate the remaining paper on the tray.

For details, refer to Here.

14

Tray1, Tray2

Allows you to load up to 500 sheets.

These trays can hold up to 150 sheets respectively of Thick 1, Thick 1+, Thick 2, and Thick 3.

15

Lower Front Door

Open this door to replace a Waste Toner Box or Drum Unit, and to clean the Print Head Glass.

16

Upper Front Door

Open this door to replace a Toner Cartridge.

17

Data Indicator

Flashes or lights up to indicate the data receiving status on this machine.

For details, refer to Here.

18

Status Indicator

Indicates the warm-up or printing progress.

For details, refer to Here.

19

Power key

Press this key to switch to the Power Save mode.

During the normal operation, the key lights up blue. During the power save mode, the key flashes blue or lights up orange.

20

Warning Indicator

Flashes or lights up to indicate that a problem has occurred in this machine.

For details, refer to Here.

Rear side

No.

Name

Description

1

Power Cord

Used to supply power to this machine.

2

USB Port (Type A) USB2.0/1.1

Used to connect Authentication Unit AU-102 or Authentication Unit AU-201.

3

Network Connector (10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T)

Connect to this port when using this machine as a network printer or network scanner.

4

USB Port (Type B) USB2.0/1.1

Connect to this port when using this machine as a USB-connected printer.

Inside

No.

Name

Description

1

Original Glass

Used to load the original.

2

Fusing Unit Cover Lever

Open this lever when clearing a paper jam in the fusing unit.

3

Fusing Unit

Used to fuse toner to paper using heat and pressure.

4

Auto Duplex Unit

Used to reverse paper when performing 2-sided printing.

5

Drum Unit

Used to create a print image.

6

Lock Release Tab

Used to remove the Drum Unit.

7

Charger Cleaner

Used to clean the Electrostatic Charger Wire when an image error occurs.

8

Waste Toner Box

Used to collect used waste toners.

9

Printhead Cleaner

Used to clean the surface of the Print Head Glass when the Drum Unit is being replaced.

10

Main Power Switch

Press this switch to turn the machine on or off.

11

Toner Cartridge

This machine provides Toner Cartridge in four colors: cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y), and black (K). A full-color image is created by combining the four toner colors.

12

Total Counter

Counts the total number of printed pages to date.

13

Slit Scan Glass (front)

Used to scan an original image when using the ADF.

14

Original Scale

Load the original along this scale. This scale is also used to measure the size of the loaded original.

15

Opening and Closing Guide

Lever that locks the guide to scan the back side of an original. Open this guide when clearing a paper jam or cleaning the Slit Scan Glass (back).

16

Slit Scan Glass (back)

Used to scan the back side of an original when using the ADF.