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Lexmark E120N Quick Reference

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Quick Reference

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Quick Reference

Understanding the Operator Panel

The printer operator panel has two buttons and six lights (Continue

is both a light and a button). 

Lights indicate the status of the printer. Buttons are used to continue or cancel the current print job.

When the printer is turned on, all lights cycle as a self test is performed. Also, when the printer is 
reset, or when a printer setting is changed in the menus, all lights cycle.

Press and release 

Continue

 to resume printing.

Press and release 

Continue

 

twice quickly to display the secondary light sequence.

Press and release 

Cancel

 

to cancel the current job.

Press and hold 

Cancel

 

until all of the lights come on to reset the printer.

Understanding the operator panel lights

The operator panel lights mean different things, depending on their sequence. Lights that are off, on, 
and/or blinking indicate printer conditions such as printer status, intervention, or service.

Use the light sequence table to find the message being indicated, then click the message for more 
information.

Ready / Data

Toner Low/Replace PC Kit

Load / Remove Paper

Paper Jam

Continue

Cancel

Error

 


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Understanding the Operator Panel

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Light sequence

Primary light sequence

Secondary light sequence

Message

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Busy

Resolution reduced

Waiting

Cancel job/Reset printer

Flushing buffer

Invalid engine code

Not ready

Printing font list or menus settings page

Programming engine code or system 
code

Restoring factory defaults

Cartridge region mismatch

Missing cartridge/Defective cartridge 
detected

Open door

Continue on =

Continue blinking =

Ready / Data on =

Ready / Data blinking =

Other panel lights on =

Other panel lights blinking =

 


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Understanding the Operator Panel

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Complex page

ENA connection lost

Insufficient collation area

Load media

Print side two of a duplex job

Memory full

Network interface errors

Host interface disabled

Jam at the input sensor

Jam between the input and exit sensors

Jam at printer exit sensor

Jam in Tray 1 / priority feeder

Resource save off

Short paper

Toner low

Long-life photoconductor kit life 
warning

Replace long-life photoconductor kit

Unsupported toner cartridge

Service error

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Printing the menu settings and network setup page

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Using the printer resident Web page

The Lexmark™ E120n has a resident Web page, which can be accessed from the browser. To 
access the resident Web page, type the printer’s IP address in the URL address field of the browser 
(for example, http://192.168.236.24). The printer’s IP address can be found on the network setup 
page of the 

User’s Guide

.

Some resident Web page features include a real-time status window of the printer and details of the 
printer’s configuration, such as current memory and engine code levels. If you have administrative 
rights, you can also change printer settings.

Printing the menu settings and network setup page

To print the menu settings and network setup pages, press

from the Ready state. The printer 

automatically prints the menu settings and network setup pages.

A list of the printer settings and the current default values are printed on the menu settings page. The 
current default settings are marked with an asterisk. The network setup page confirms the network 
Status is “Connected” and lists the current network settings.

Restoring factory defaults

This function will return most of the settings back to their factory values. The display language and 
the settings in the Network and USB menus are not returned to the factory defaults. 

To restore the printer to the original factory defaults, press and hold 

for more than three 

seconds.

Note:

Before restoring the factory defaults, make sure the host computer or network has 
stopped sending information to the printer.

 


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Loading paper or other print media

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Loading paper or other print media

To help prevent jams:

Prepare print media for loading by flexing or fanning it back and forth. Straighten the edges 
on a level surface.

Do not overload the paper trays.

Never mix media types within a tray.

Source

Sizes

Types

Capacity

*

 

(sheets)

Tray 1

A4, A5, JIS-B5, letter, legal, executive, folio, 
statement, universal

Plain paper, 
bond paper, 
transparency, 
label

150 sheets

5 transparencies

5 labels

3 x 5 inch, other

Card stock

5 cards

7¾, 9, 10, DL, C5, B5, other

Envelope

5 envelopes

Priority feeder

A4, A5, JIS-B5, letter, legal, executive, folio, 
statement, universal

Plain paper, 
bond paper, 
transparency, 
label

15 sheets

5 transparencies

5 labels

A6

Plain paper, 
bond paper

30 sheets

3 x 5 inch, other

Card stock

5 cards

7¾, 9, 10, DL, C5, B5, other

Envelopes

3 envelopes

* Capacity for 20 lb print media, unless otherwise noted.

 Universal size ranges:

– 

Tray 1

: 76–216 x 190–356 mm (3.0–8.5 x 7.5–14.0 in.) (includes 3 x 5 in. cards)

– 

Priority feeder

: 76–216 x 190–356 mm (3.0–8.5 x 7.5–14.0 in.) (includes 3 x 5 in. cards)

 


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Loading paper or other print media

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Loading Tray 1 

1

Open the paper cover by lifting up until the cover 

clicks

 into a fully open position.

2

Adjust the slide and attached backstop to the length of the selected print media.

Note:

To decrease width, push in on the left guide. To increase width, squeeze the tab 
attached to the right guide, and slide it to the right.

 


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Loading paper or other print media

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3

Place the prepared print media into the tray, and lightly adjust all guides against the loaded 
print media edges.

Note:

Load letterhead paper with the design side facing up and the top edge of the sheet 
feeding into the printer first. Load envelopes with the flap side down and the return 
address first. The stamp area will feed through last.

4

Close the paper cover.

 


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Canceling a print job

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Loading print media into the priority feeder

The priority feeder can be used to make quick runs of print media types or sizes not currently loaded 
in Tray 1.

1

Adjust the guides to the width of the print media.

2

Place the selected print media, with the side to be printed faceup, at the center of the priority 
feeder. The print media rests on the Tray 1 paper cover.

3

Push the selected print media into the printer until the print media stops.

Note:

Do not force print media into the feeder. Forcing print media causes jams.

Canceling a print job

A print job can be canceled from the operator panel or from the computer. The Cancel job light 
sequence appears on the operator panel when a job is canceled (see “Cancel Job/Reset printer” on 
page 30 of your 

User’s Guide

).

From printer operator panel

Press and release

to cancel the current print job. Press and hold

for more than three 

seconds to reset the printer.

 


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Canceling a print job

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From a Windows computer

1

Click 

Start

Æ

 

Settings

Æ

 

Printers

.

2

Double-click the printer being used to print the current job.

A list of print jobs appears.

3

Right-click the current document, and then click 

Cancel

.

From a Macintosh computer

When a job is sent to print, the printer icon appears on the desktop.

1

Click 

Applications

.

2

Click 

Utilities.

3

Double-click 

Printer Setup Utility

.

A list of print jobs appears.

4

Double-click the printer name to see a list of print jobs.

5

Click the print job you wish to cancel.

6

From the tool bar, click 

Delete

.

 


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Clearing jams

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Clearing jams

When a jam occurs, the printer stops, and the Error light on the operator panel blinks. To determine 
the location of the jam, view the secondary light sequences. Prepare the printer for jam removal by 
opening the paper support and removing all printed pages from the output bin. Then, follow these 
steps to clear the entire paper path. 

1

Open the rear door by sliding the door release button to the right.

2

Remove any lodged print media from the paper path.

Warning:

When the rear door is open, be careful not to touch the attached roller. Touching 
the roller can cause contamination and affect print quality. Do not leave the rear 
door open for an extended amount of time. Exposure to light will damage the blue 
drum of the long-life photoconductor kit and affect print quality.

 


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Clearing jams

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3

Open the top door, and remove any lodged print media from the paper path.

CAUTION:

The fuser may be hot. To avoid personal injury, use caution when opening the top 
door to remove a jam from the fuser area.

4

Open the front door by sliding the release button to the left.

 


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If you need more information

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5

Pull the front door up until it 

clicks

 into an open position, and remove any lodged print media.

Note:

It may be necessary to remove the toner cartridge and place it on a flat, clean 
surface to reach print media lodged behind it. Replace the toner cartridge when the 
print media has been located and removed.

6

Close the front door by pressing firmly in the center of the front door with your thumb until the 
door clicks shut.

If you need more information

Refer to the 

Software and Documentation CD

 that came with your printer for helpful 

information about using and maintaining your printer.

Contact your administrator or Help desk if you have questions about network printing.