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T640, T642, T644User’s GuideMarch 2005Lexmark and Lexmark with diamond design are trademarks of Lexmark International, Inc.,registered in the United States and/or other countries. 2005 Lexmark International, Inc.All rights reserved.740 West New Circle RoadLexington, Kentucky 40550www.lexmark.com

Edition: March 2005The following paragraph does not apply to any country where such provisions are inconsistent with local law: LEXMARKINTERNATIONAL, INC., PROVIDES THIS PUBLICATION “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS ORIMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR APARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some states do not allow disclaimer of express or implied warranties in certain transactions; therefore, thisstatement may not apply to you.This publication could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to the information herein;these changes will be incorporated in later editions. Improvements or changes in the products or the programs described may be madeat any time.Comments about this publication may be addressed to Lexmark International, Inc., Department F95/032-2, 740 West New Circle Road,Lexington, Kentucky 40550, U.S.A. In the United Kingdom and Eire, send to Lexmark International Ltd., Marketing and ServicesDepartment, Westhorpe House, Westhorpe, Marlow Bucks SL7 3RQ. Lexmark may use or distribute any of the information you supply inany way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you. You can purchase additional copies of publications related to thisproduct by calling 1-800-553-9727. In the United Kingdom and Eire, call 44 (0)8704 440 044. In other countries, contact your point ofpurchase.References in this publication to products, programs, or services do not imply the manufacturer intends to make these available in allcountries in which it operates. Any reference to a product, program, or service is not intended to state or imply that only that product,program, or service may be used. Any functionally equivalent product, program, or service that does not infringe any existing intellectualproperty right may be used instead. Evaluation and verification of operation in conjunction with other products, programs, or services,except those expressly designated by the manufacturer, are the user’s responsibility.Safety information Connect the power cord to a properly grounded electrical outlet that is near the product and easily accessible.CAUTION: Do not set up this product or make any electrical or cabling connections, such as the power cord or telephone, duringa lightning storm.Refer service or repairs, other than those described in the operating instructions, to a professional service person.This product is designed, tested, and approved to meet strict global safety standards with the use of specific Lexmark components.The safety features of some parts may not always be obvious. Lexmark is not responsible for the use of other replacement parts.Your product uses a laser.CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardousradiation exposure.Your product uses a printing process that heats the print media, and the heat may cause the media to release emissions. You mustunderstand the section in your operating instructions that discusses the guidelines for selecting print media to avoid the possibilityof harmful emissions.2

ContentsChapter 1: Learning about the printer . 6Identifying printers . 6Understanding the printer operator panel . 9Chapter 2: Installing drivers for local printing . 11Windows . 11Macintosh . 15UNIX/Linux . 16Chapter 3: Installing drivers for network printing . 17Printing a network setup page . 17Assigning a printer IP address . 17Verifying the IP settings . 18Windows . 18Macintosh . 22UNIX/Linux . 24NetWare . 24Chapter 4: Installing and removing options . 25Installing input options . 25Installing a duplex unit . 27Installing memory or option cards . 28Accessing the printer system board . 28Installing or removing a memory card . 30Installing or removing a flash memory or firmware card . 32Installing an option card . 34Replacing the shield . 35Chapter 5: Printing . 36Sending a job to print . 36Printing from a USB flash memory device . 36Canceling a print job . 38Printing the menu settings page . 39Printing a network setup page . 39Printing a font sample list . 40Printing a directory list . 40Printing confidential and held jobs . 40Printing on specialty media . 43Loading standard trays and optional trays . 443

ContentsSetting the Paper Type and Paper Size . 47Loading the multipurpose feeder . 48Loading the 2000-sheet drawer . 53Loading the envelope feeder . 55Linking trays . 57Identifying and linking output bins . 58Chapter 6: Understanding paper and specialty media guidelines . 60Supported print media . 60Selecting print media . 69Storing print media . 72Avoiding jams . 73Chapter 7: Maintaining the printer . 74Determining the status of supplies . 75Conserving supplies . 75Ordering supplies . 76Recycling Lexmark products . 78Moving the printer . 79Chapter 8: Clearing jams . 80Identifying jams . 80Access doors and trays . 81Understanding jam messages . 82Clearing printer jams . 82Clearing staple jams . 93Chapter 9: Administrative support . 96Adjusting operator panel brightness and contrast . 96Disabling operator panel menus . 96Enabling operator panel menus . 97Restoring factory default settings . 97Adjusting Power Saver . 98Disabling Power Saver . 98Encrypting the disk . 99Setting security using the Embedded Web Server (EWS) . 99Chapter 10: Troubleshooting . 103Understanding printer messages . 103Online technical support . 103Checking an unresponsive printer . 103Printing multi-language PDFs . 104Solving printing problems . 104Solving option problems . 106Solving paper feed problems . 109Solving print quality problems . 1104

ContentsNotices . 114Trademarks . 115Licensing notice . 115Conventions . 116Static sensitivity notice . 116Electronic emission notices . 116Noise emission levels . 118ENERGY STAR . 119Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive . 120Laser advisory label . 120Laser notice . 120Statement of limited warranty . 120Index . 1235

1Learning about the printerIdentifying printersUse the following table to determine the features and options of your Lexmark T640, T642, or T644 printer.The illustrations aid you in determining the installation location of options attached to the printer. For more informationabout installing input options, see Installing and removing options or the instructions that came with the option.ModelsThe printer is available in three base models The following table indicates some of the differences between the models.T640T642T644Input capacity250 sheets500 sheets500 sheetsOutput capacity250 sheets500 sheets500 MB/640MB640MB/640MB122Standard memory, non network/networkMaximum memory capacity, non network/networkOption card connectorsCAUTION: Do not set up this product or make any electrical or cabling connections, such as the power cord ortelephone, during a lightning storm.Learning about the printer6

Learning about the printerConfigured modelsThe following illustrations show a standard network and fully configured printer. If you attach print media handling options tothe printer, it may look more like the fully configured model. Items denoted with an asterisk (*) are options.Standard networkFully configured5-bin Mailbox*Standard output binOperator panelOutput expander*Envelope feeder*Duplex unit*Tray 1(integrated trayor standard tray)Multipurpose feederTray 1(integrated tray or standard tray)Tray 2*(250 or 500 sheets)Tray 3*(250 or 500 sheets)Tray 4*(250 or 500 sheets)The standard tray holds 250 sheets for the T640 and 500sheets for the T642 and T644.Tray 5*(2000-sheet drawer)CAUTION: Floor-mounted configurations require additional furniture for stability. You must use either a printerstand or printer base if you are using a 2000-sheet drawer, a duplex unit and an input option, or morethan one input option. If you purchased a multifunction printer (MFP) that scans, copies, and faxes,you may need additional furniture. See www.lexmark.com/multifunctionprinters for moreinformation.Identifying printers7

Learning about the printerA number of menus are available to make it easy for you to change printer settings. The diagram shows the menu index onthe operator panel and the menus and items available under each menu. For more information about menus and menuitems, see the Menus and Messages book on the publications CD.MenuPaper MenuReportsSettingsPaper MenuDefault SourcePaper Size/TypeConfigure MPEnvelope EnhanceSubstitute SizePaper TexturePaper WeightPaper LoadingCustom TypesUniversal SetupBin SetupReportsMenu Settings PageDevice StatisticsNetwork Setup PageNetwork x Setup PageProfiles ListNetWare Setup PagePrint FontsPrint DirectorySettingsSetup MenuFinishing MenuQuality MenuUtilities MenuPDF MenuPostScript MenuPCL Emul MenuHTML MenuImage MenuNetwork/PortsIPv6TCP/IPStandard NetworkNetwork x Standard USBUSB x ParallelParallel x Serial x NetWareAppleTalkLexLinkIdentifying printers8SecurityMax Invalid PINJob ExpirationHelpPrint AllPrint QualityPrinting GuideSupplies GuideMedia GuideMenu MapInformation GuideConnection GuideMoving Guide

Learning about the printerUnderstanding the printer operator panelThe operator panel on the printer is a 4-line back-lit gray scale display that can show both graphics and text. The Back,Menu, and Stop buttons are located to the left of the display, the navigation buttons are located below the display, and thenumeric pad is located to the right of the display.DisplayBackMenuNumeric padStopUSB Direct interfaceIndicator lightSelectNavigation buttonsThe use of the buttons and the layout of the display panel are described in the following table.ButtonFunctionBackReturns to the last screen you viewed.Note: Changes made on a screen will not be applied if you press the Back button.MenuOpens the menu index.Note: The printer must be in the Ready state to access the menu index. A messageindicating the menus are unavailable will appear if the printer is not ready.StopStops the mechanical operation of the printer. After pressing Stop, the message Stoppingappears. When the printer has stopped, the status line in the operator panel will showStopped, and a list of options appears.Indicator lightA two-tone LED is used on the operator panel, one color is green and the other is red. Thelights indicate whether the printer power is on, the printer is busy, idle, processing a job, orrequires operator intervention.StatusIndicatesOffPower is off.Solid greenPrinter is on, but idle.Blinking greenPrinter is warming up, processing data, or printing a job.Solid redOperator intervention is required.Understanding the printer operator panel9

Learning about the printerButtonFunctionNavigation buttonsThe Up or Down buttons are used to move up and down lists.When navigating through a list using the Up or Down button, the cursormoves one line at a time. Pressing the Down button at the bottom of thescreen changes the screen to the next whole page.The Left or Right buttons are used to move within a screen such as movingfrom one menu index item to another. They are also used to scroll throughtext that will not fit on the screen.The Select button is used to initiate action on a selection. Press Select whenthe cursor appears next to the selection you want such as following a link,submitting a configuration item, or when you want to start or cancel a job.USB Direct interfaceThe host USB Direct interface on the operator panel is used to plug in a USB flash memorydevice and print PDF files.Note: A USB port is located on the back of the printer to connect a PC or other peripheral.Numeric padThe numeric pad consists of numbers, a pound '#' sign, and a backspace button. The 5button has a raised bump for non-visual orientation.The numbers are used to enter numeric values for items like quantities or PINs. Thebackspace is used to delete the number to the left of the cursor. Pressing the backspacemultiple times will delete additional entries.Note: The pound '#' sign is not used.1234567890#Display panelStatus / SuppliesReadyTray 1 lowView SuppliesTell me more screenThe display panel shows messages and graphics describing the current state of the printerand indicating possible printer problems you must resolve.The top line of the display is the header line. If applicable, it will contain the graphicindicating the Back button can be used. It will also display the current status and theSupplies (Warnings) status. If multiple warnings are present, each warning will beseparated by a comma.The other three lines of the display are the body of the screen. This is where you viewprinter status, supplies messages, show-me screens, and make selections.Some held jobs were notrestored.Show me screenRemove tray;remove print mediaUnderstanding the printer operator panel10

2Installing drivers for local printingA local printer is a printer attached to the computer using a USB or parallel cable. The local printer is intended to be used bythe computer to which it is attached. If attaching a local printer, you must install the printer driver on the computer beforesetting up the printer.The printer driver is software that lets the computer communicate with the printer.The procedure to install drivers depends on the operating system used. Use the following table to find driver installationinstructions for the particular operating system. For additional help, see the documentation that shipped with the computerand your software.Operating systemGo to pageWindows11Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 98 SE, Windows Me,Windows NT 4.x11Windows 95 and Windows 98 (first edition)12Serial printing12Macintosh15UNIX/Linux16WindowsSome Windows operating systems may already include a printer driver that is compatible with the printer.Note: Installing a custom driver will not replace the system driver. A separate printer object will be createdand appear in the Printers folder.Use the drivers CD that shipped with the printer to install the custom printer driver and obtain enhanced printer features andfunctionality.Drivers are also available in downloadable software packages on the Lexmark Web site at www.lexmark.com.Using Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 98 SE,Windows Me, or Windows NTNote: Install the printer software before connecting the USB cable.1Insert the drivers CD.If the CD does not launch automatically, click Start Æ Run, and type D:\Setup.exe in the Run dialog (where D isthe letter of the CD-ROM drive).Note: USB support is not available for Windows NT operating systems. To use a Windows NT operatingsystem, you must have an optional Parallel 1284-B Interface Card installed and use a parallel cable.Installing drivers for local printing11

Installing drivers for local printing2Click Install Printer and Software.Note: Some Windows operating systems require administrative access to install printer drivers on thecomputer.3Click Agree to accept the license agreement.4Select Suggested, and click Next.The Suggested option is the default installation for local and network-attached setup. To install utilities, changesettings, or customize device drivers, select Custom, and follow the instructions on the screen.5Select Local Attach, and click Finish.Follow the instructions on the screen. It may take some time for the drivers files to load.6Close the drivers CD installer application.7Connect the USB cable, and turn on the printer.The Plug and Play screen appears, and a printer object is created in the Printers folder of your computer.Note: USB support is not available for Windows NT operating systems. To use a Windows NT operatingsystem, you must have an optional Parallel 1284-B Interface Card installed and use a parallel cable.The Plug and Play screen will not appear for Windows NT.Using Windows 95 and Windows 98 (first edition)1Turn on the computer.2Insert the drivers CD. If the CD launches automatically, click Exit to return to the Add Printer Wizard.3Click Start Æ Settings Æ Printers, and double-click Add Printer.Note: USB support is not available for Windows 95 and Windows 98 (first edition) operating systems.4When prompted, select Local printer.5Click Have Disk.Note: Some Windows operating systems require administrative access to install printer drivers on thecomputer.6Specify the location of the custom printer driver on the drivers CD.The path should be similar to the following:D:\Drivers\Print\Win 9xMe\ language Where D is the letter of the CD-ROM drive.7Click OK.It may take some time for the drivers to load.8Close the drivers CD.Serial printingWith serial printing, data is transferred one bit at a time. Although serial printing is usually slower than parallel printing, it isthe preferred option when there is a great deal of distance between the printer and computer, or when a parallel interface isnot available.Note: A serial interface card is required and can be purchased separately.Windows12

Installing drivers for local printingBefore you can print, you must establish communication between the printer and computer. To do this:1Set serial parameters in the printer.2Install a printer driver on the attached computer.3Match the serial settings in the COM port.Setting parameters in the printer1Presson the operator panel.2PressuntilReports appears, and then press.Note: For information about serial menus and messages, see the publications CD that shipped with theprinter.3PressuntilMenu Settings Page appears, and then press.The printer returns to Ready.4Press5PressuntilNetwork/Ports appears, and then press6PressuntilSerial Standard or7Presspress.Serial Option X appears, and then press.(x) is the number of the serial port.8until Parameter appears (where Parameter is the parameter required for a change), and then.Pressuntilthen press. Setting appears (where Setting is the setting required for a change), andNote the following restrictions: 9Maximum baud rate supported is 115,200.Data Bits must be set to 7 or 8.Parity must be set to Even, Odd, or None.Stop Bits must be set to 2.Flow Control recommended protocol setting is Xon/Xoff.Press.The printer returns to Serial or Serial x.10Print a Menu Settings page, and verify the serial parameters are correct.Note: Keep this page for later use.aPresson the operator panel.bPressuntilReports appears, and then presscPressuntilMenu Settings Page appears, and then pressdLook under the Standard Serial (or Serial Option X if a serial interface card is installed) heading to find theserial parameters.Windows13.

Installing drivers for local printingInstalling a printer driverA printer driver must be installed on the computer that is connected to the printer.Note: Windows 95 and Windows 98 (first edition) users should follow the installation directions in UsingWindows 95 and Windows 98 (first edition).1Insert the drivers CD. It should launch automatically. If the CD does not launch automatically, click Start Æ Run,and type the following in the Run dialog:D:\Setup.exeWhere D is the letter of the CD-ROM drive.2Click Install Printer and Software.3Click Agree to accept the Printe

NetWare Setup Page Print Fonts Print Directory Settings Setup Menu Finishing Menu Quality Menu Utilities Menu PDF Menu PostScript Menu PCL Emul Menu HTML Menu Image Menu Security Max Invalid PIN Job Expiration Network/Ports IPv6 TCP/IP Standard Network Network x Standard USB USB x Parallel Parallel x Serial x NetWare AppleTalk LexLink .

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