Dell B5465dnf Mono Multifunction Printer User’s Guide

Print, copy, fax and scan for large workgroups with the Dell B5465dnf Multifunction Printer, featuring fast printing, inbox solutions and advanced security features.

Learning about the printer

Finding information about the printer
Selecting a location for the printer
Printer configurations
Understanding the basic functions of the scanner
Using the ADF and scanner glass

Understanding the printer control panel

Using the printer control panel
Understanding the colors of the Sleep button and indicator lights
Understanding the home screen
Using the touch-screen buttons

Setting up and using the home screen applications

Finding the IP address of the printer
Finding the IP address of the computer
Accessing the Embedded Web Server
Customizing the home screen
Understanding the different applications
Activating the home screen applications
Setting up Remote Operator Panel
Exporting and importing a configuration

Additional printer setup

Installing internal options
Installing hardware options
Attaching cables
Setting up the printer software
Verifying printer setup

Loading paper and specialty media

Setting the paper size and type
Configuring Universal paper settings
Loading the 550-sheet tray
Loading the 2100-sheet tray
Loading the multipurpose feeder
Linking and unlinking trays

Paper and specialty media guide

Using specialty media
Paper guidelines
Supported paper sizes, types, and weights


Printing forms and a document
Printing from a flash drive
Printing from a mobile device
Printing confidential and other held jobs
Printing information pages
Canceling a print job


Making copies
Copying photos
Copying on specialty media
Creating a copy shortcut using the printer control panel
Customizing copy settings
Placing information on copies
Canceling a copy job
Understanding the copy options


Setting up the printer to e-mail
Creating an e-mail shortcut
E-mailing a document
Customizing e-mail settings
Canceling an e-mail
Understanding the e-mail options


Setting up the printer to fax
Sending a fax
Creating shortcuts
Customizing fax settings
Canceling an outgoing fax
Holding and forwarding faxes
Understanding the fax options


Using Scan to Network
Scanning to an FTP address
Scanning to a computer or flash drive
Understanding the scan options

Understanding the printer menus

Menus list
Paper menu
Reports Menu
Network/Ports menu
Security menu
Settings menu
Help menu

Saving money and the environment

Saving paper and toner
Saving energy

Securing the printer

Statement of Volatility
Erasing volatile memory
Erasing non-volatile memory
Erasing printer hard disk memory
Configuring printer hard disk encryption
Finding printer security information

Maintaining the printer

Cleaning printer parts
Checking the status of parts and supplies
Estimated number of remaining pages
Ordering parts and supplies
Storing supplies
Replacing supplies
Moving the printer

Managing the printer

Managing printer messages
Accessing Status Monitor Center
Checking the virtual display
Setting up e-mail alerts
Viewing reports
Configuring supply notifications from the Embedded Web Server
Restoring factory default settings

Clearing jams

Avoiding jams
Understanding jam messages and locations
[x]-page jam, lift front cover to remove cartridge. [200–201]
[x]-page jam, open upper rear door. [202]
[x]-page jam, open upper and lower rear door. [231–234]
[x]-page jam, remove standard bin jam.?[203]
[x]-page jam, remove tray 1 to clear duplex. [235–239]
[x]-page jam, open tray [x]. [24x]
[x]-page jam, clear manual feeder. [250]
[x]-page jam, open automatic feeder top cover. [28y.xx]


Understanding the printer messages
Solving printer problems
Solving print problems
Solving copy problems
Solving fax problems
Solving scanner problems
Solving home screen application problems
Embedded Web Server does not open
Contacting technical support


Dell Technical Support Policy
Contacting Dell
Warranty and Return Policy

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