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Installing Serial/LocalTark or Serial/IrDA option card
7Push the card firmly into the connector until it is completely in place.
8Gently tighten the screws to secure the card to the system board.
9Continue with ‘Closing the Printer Cover’ on page F. 3.
6Align the connector on the card
with the connector on the printer
Notes: The two connectors should fit snugly together.
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Connect the printer to your Macintosh using a LocalTalk cable.
Notes : A LocalTalk cable is not included.
It must be purchased separately.
Please contact your Macintosh dealer.
Connecting the LocalTalk Cable
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You can use an infrared adapter to print remotely from an IrDA-Compatible
computer equipped with an infrared port.
The infrared port is compliant with the specifications established by the
Infrared Data Association(IrDA).
The infrared port operates transmitting data at speeds up to 115.200
bits per second.
1Make sure the printer power
cord is unplugged.
2Locate the infrared port
on the back of your printer.
3Plug the adapter cable into the
4Reconnect the power cord.
Result:The green light on the infrared adapter comes on
when the printer is plugged in.
Connecting the Infrared Apapter
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1To print with an infrared port, you should install an infrared port driver
on your computer.
If you do not have the driver, please ask your PC manufacturer.
You can download the infrared driver for Windows 95 from the internet
with no charge (http://www.microsoft.com).
2Aim the computer infrared port at the infrared port on the back
of the printer.
3Aim the infrared port on your computer within 15 degrees of
either side of the line as shown.
4The printer must be within 3 feet(1 meter) of the computer.
5Make sure the printer is in ready state.
6Send the print job from the computer.
Using the Infrared Apapter
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Optional Tray 2
You can install an Optional Tray 2 Complete the following steps beforeyou
install the Optional Tray 2.
Unplug the printer power cord.
Disconnect all cables from the back of the printer.
1Carefully place the printer on
top of the Optional Tray 2 unit.
Make sure the connector is
2Reconnect all cables to the back of the printer.
3Reconnect the power cord to the printer.
4Make sure the ‘READY’ message appears on
the operator panel display.