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LaserJet Pro MFP M129-M132, LaserJet Ultra MFP M133-M134 User Guide M129-M134 HP LaserJet Pro MFP M129-M132, LaserJet Ultra MFP M133-M134 User Guide Copyright and License
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LaserJet Pro MFP M129-M132, LaserJet Ultra MFP M133-M134 User Guide M129-M134 HP LaserJet Pro MFP M129-M132, LaserJet Ultra MFP M133-M134 User Guide Copyright and License Copyright 2016 HP Development Company, L.P. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Trademark Credits Adobe, Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. OS X is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. AirPrint is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, and Windows Vista are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Edition 1, 10/2016 Table of contents 1 Printer overview... 1 Printer views... 2 Printer front view... 2 Printer back view... 3 Interface ports... 3 LED control-panel view (M130a, M132a, M133a, M134a models) line LCD control-panel view (M130nw, M132nw, M132snw models) line LCD control-panel view (M130fn, M132fn, M132fp, M133fn, M134fn models)... 6 Touchscreen control panel view (M130fw, M132fw models)... 8 Home screen layout... 9 How to use the touchscreen control panel Printer specifications Technical specifications Supported operating systems Mobile printing solutions Printer dimensions Power consumption, electrical specifications, and acoustic emissions Operating-environment range Printer hardware setup and software installation Paper trays Load the input tray Introduction Load paper into the input tray Load and print envelopes Introduction Print envelopes Envelope orientation Supplies, accessories, and parts Order supplies, accessories, and parts ENWW iii Ordering Supplies and accessories Customer self-repair parts Configure the HP toner-cartridge-protection supply settings Introduction Enable or disable the Cartridge Policy feature Enable the feature on 2-line and touchscreen control panel models Disable the feature on 2-line and touchscreen control panel models Use the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) to enable the Cartridge Policy feature Use the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) to disable the Cartridge Policy feature Troubleshoot Cartridge Policy control panel or EWS error messages Enable or disable the Cartridge Protection feature Enable the feature on 2-line and touchscreen control panel models Disable the feature on 2-line and touchscreen control panel models Use the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) to enable the Cartridge Protection feature Use the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) to disable the Cartridge Protection feature Troubleshoot Cartridge Protection control panel or EWS error messages Replace the toner cartridge Introduction Toner-cartridge and imaging-drum information Replace the toner cartridge (M129-M132 models) Replace the toner cartridge (M133-M134 models) Replace the imaging drum (M129-M132 models) Replace the imaging drum (M133-M134 models) Print Print tasks (Windows) How to print (Windows) Manually print on both sides (Windows) Print multiple pages per sheet (Windows) Select the paper type (Windows) Additional print tasks Print tasks (OS X) How to print (OS X) Manually print on both sides (OS X) Print multiple pages per sheet (OS X) Select the paper type (OS X) Additional print tasks Mobile printing iv ENWW Introduction Wi-Fi Direct (wireless models only) Enable or disable Wi-Fi Direct Change the printer Wi-Fi Direct name HP eprint via HP eprint software AirPrint Android embedded printing Copy Make a copy Copy on both sides (duplex) Copy on both sides manually Additional copy tasks Scan Scan by using the HP Scan software (Windows) Scan by using the HP Easy Scan software (OS X) Set up the Scan to feature (touchscreen models only) Introduction Before you begin Method one: Use the Scan to Wizard (Windows) Method two: Set up the Scan to feature via the HP Embedded Web Server (Windows) Step one: Access the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Step two: Configure the Scan to feature Step three: Add contacts to the Address Book Step four: Configure the default Options Set up the Scan to feature on a Mac Step one: Access the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Method one: Use a web browser to open the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Method two: Use the HP Utility to open the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Step two: Configure the Scan to feature Step three: Add contacts to the Address Book Step four: Configure the default Options Set up the Scan to Network Folder feature (touchscreen models only) Introduction Before you begin Method one: Use the Scan to Network Folder Wizard (Windows) ENWW v Method two: Set up the Scan to Network Folder feature via the HP Embedded Web Server (Windows) Step one: Access the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Step two: Configure the Scan to Network Folder feature Set up the Scan to Network Folder feature on a Mac Step one: Access the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Method one: Use a web browser to open the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Method two: Use the HP Utility to open the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) Step two: Configure the Scan to Network Folder feature Scan to (touchscreen models only) Scan to a network folder (touchscreen models only) Additional scan tasks Fax Set up to send and receive faxes Before starting Step 1: Identify the phone connection type Step 2: Set up the fax Dedicated phone line Shared voice/fax line Shared voice/fax line with an answering machine Step 3: Configure the fax time, date, and header HP Fax Setup Wizard Printer control panel HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) and HP Device Toolbox (Windows) Step 4: Run a fax test Send a fax Fax from the flatbed scanner Fax from the document feeder (document feeder models only) Use speed dials and group-dial entries Send a fax from the software Send a fax from a third-party software program, such as Microsoft Word Additional fax tasks Manage the printer Use HP Web Services applications (touchscreen models only) Change the printer connection type (Windows) Advanced configuration with HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) and HP Device Toolbox (Windows) Advanced configuration with HP Utility for OS X vi ENWW Open HP Utility HP Utility features Configure IP network settings Introduction Printer sharing disclaimer View or change network settings Rename the printer on a network Manually configure IPv4 TCP/IP parameters from the control panel Link speed setting Printer security features Introduction Assign or change the system password using the Embedded Web Server Lock the formatter Energy-conservation settings Introduction Print with EconoMode Set the Sleep/Auto Off After Inactivity setting Set the Shut Down After Inactivity delay and configure the printer to use 1 watt or less of power Set the Delay Shut Down setting Update the firmware Method one: Update the firmware using the 2-line or touchscreen control panel Method two: Update the firmware using the Firmware Update Utility Solve problems Customer support Interpret control-panel light patterns (LED control panels only) Control panel help system (touchscreen models only) Restore the factory-set defaults A Cartridge is low or Cartridge is very low message displays on the printer control panel or EWS Change the Very Low settings For printers with fax capability Order supplies Product does not pick up paper or misfeeds Introduction The printer does not pick up paper The printer picks up multiple sheets of paper The document feeder jams, skews, or picks up multiple sheets of paper Clean the pickup rollers and separation pad in the document feeder Clear paper jams Introduction ENWW vii Paper jam locations Experiencing frequent or recurring paper jams? Clear paper jams in the input tray Clear paper jams in the toner-cartridge area Clear paper jams in the output bin Clear paper jams in the document feeder (document feeder models only) Clean the ADF replaceable film assembly Improve print quality Introduction Print from a different software program Check the paper-type setting for the print job Check the paper type setting (Windows) Check the paper type setting (OS X) Check toner-cartridge status Clean the printer Print a cleaning page Visually inspect the toner cartridge and imaging drum Check paper and the printing environment Step one: Use paper that meets HP specifications Step two: Check the environment Check the EconoMode settings Adjust print density Improve copy and scan image quality Introduction Check the scanner glass for dirt and smudges Check the paper settings Optimize for text or pictures Edge-to-edge copying Clean the pickup rollers and separation pad in the document feeder Improve fax image quality Introduction Check the scanner glass for dirt and smudges Check the send-fax resolution settings Check the error-correction settings Check the fit-to-page setting Clean the pickup rollers and separation pad in the document feeder Send to a different fax machine Check the sender's fax machine Solve wired network problems Introduction Poor physical connection viii ENWW The computer is using the incorrect IP address for the printer The computer is unable to communicate with the printer The printer is using incorrect link speed settings for the network New software programs might be causing compatibility problems The computer or workstation might be set up incorrectly The printer is disabled, or other network settings are incorrect Solve wireless network problems Introduction Wireless connectivity checklist The printer does not print after the wireless configuration completes The printer does not print, and the computer has a third-party firewall installed The wireless connection does not work after moving the wireless router or printer Cannot connect more computers to the wireless printer The wireless printer loses communication when connected to a VPN The network does not appear in the wireless networks list The wireless network is not functioning Perform a wireless network diagnostic test Reduce interference on a wireless network Solve fax problems Introduction Fax troubleshooting checklist Solve general fax problems Faxes are sending slowly Fax quality is poor Fax cuts off or prints on two pages Index ENWW ix x ENWW 1 Printer overview Printer views Printer specifications Printer hardware setup and software installation For more information: The following information is correct at the time of publication. For current information, see support/ljm129mfp. HP's all-inclusive help for the printer includes the following information: Install and configure Learn and use Solve problems Download software and firmware updates Join support forums Find warranty and regulatory information ENWW 1 Printer views Printer front view ? Output bin and top cover (toner cartridge access) 2 Output bin extension 3 Power on/off button 4 Input tray 5 Control panel (tilts up for easier viewing and type varies by model) 6 Scanner 7 Document feeder 8 Document feeder input tray 5 2 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW Printer back view I/O ports 2 Power cable connector 3 Slot for cable-type security lock 4 Serial number and printer number label Interface ports USB interface port ENWW Printer views 3 2 Ethernet port (network models only) 3 Fax line in port for attaching the fax phone line to the product (fax models only) 4 Telephone line out port for attaching an extension phone, answering machine, or other device (fax models only) LED control-panel view (M130a, M132a, M133a, M134a models) Control panel LED display This screen displays numerical information for copy jobs. 2 Up arrow button Use this button to increase the value that appears on the display. 3 Down arrow button Use this button to decrease the value that appears on the display. 4 Start Copy button Press this button to start a copy job. 5 Cancel button Press this button to perform the following actions: Cancel a print job when the printer is printing. Reset the current copy settings to the default values when the printer is idle. Exit Copy Default Setting mode without saving the value when the printer is in Copy Default Setting mode. 6 Copy Setup button Use this button to navigate through the Number of Copies, Lighter/Darker, and Reduce/Enlarge options. The default option is Number of Copies. 7 Supplies LED The Supplies light blinks when a supply error occurs, and it glows without blinking when the supply is very low and replacement is required. 8 Attention LED The Attention light blinks when the printer requires user attention, such as when the printer runs out of paper or a toner cartridge needs to be changed. If the light glows without blinking, the printer has experienced an error. 9 Ready LED The Ready light glows without blinking when the printer is ready to print. It blinks when the printer is receiving print data or canceling a print job. 4 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW 2-line LCD control-panel view (M130nw, M132nw, M132snw models) line control panel display This screen displays menus and printer information. 2 Left arrow button Use this button to navigate through the menus or to decrease a value that appears on the display. 3 OK button Use the OK button for the following actions: Open the control-panel menus. Open a submenu displayed on the control-panel display. Select a menu item. Clear some errors. Begin a print job in response to a control-panel prompt (for example, when the message Press [OK] to continue appears on the control-panel display). 4 Right arrow button Use this button to navigate through the menus or to increase a value that appears on the display. 5 Wireless button (wireless models only) Use this button to navigate the open the Wireless menu and wireless status information. 6 Cancel button Use this button to cancel a print job or to exit the control panel menus. 7 Start Copy button Use this button to start a copy job. 8 Copy Menu button Use this button to open the Copy menu. 9 Lighter/Darker Use this button to lighten or darken copies. button 10 Number of Copies button Use this button to set the number of copies to be produced. ENWW Printer views 5 11 Setup / button Use this button to open the Setup menu. 12 Back arrow button Use this button for the following actions: Exit the control-panel menus. Scroll back to a previous menu in a submenu list. Scroll back to a previous menu item in a submenu list (without saving changes to the menu item). 13 Ready LED The Ready light glows without blinking when the printer is ready to print. It blinks when the printer is receiving print data or canceling a print job. 14 Attention LED The Attention light blinks when the printer requires user attention, such as when the printer runs out of paper or a toner cartridge needs to be changed. If the light glows without blinking, the printer has experienced an error. 2-line LCD control-panel view (M130fn, M132fn, M132fp, M133fn, M134fn models) line control panel display This screen displays menus and printer information. 2 Left arrow button Use this button to navigate through the menus or to decrease a value that appears on the display. 3 OK button Use the OK button for the following actions: Open the control-panel menus. Open a submenu displayed on the control-panel display. Select a menu item. Clear some errors. Begin a print job in response to a control-panel prompt (for example, when the message Press [OK] to continue appears on the control-panel display). 6 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW 4 Right arrow button Use this button to navigate through the menus or to increase a value that appears on the display. 5 Cancel button Use this button to cancel a print job or to exit the control panel menus. 6 Start Copy button Use this button to start a copy job. 7 Number of Copies Use this button to set the number of copies to be produced. button 8 Lighter/Darker Use this button to adjust the darkness setting for the current copy job. button 9 Copy Menu button Use this button to open the Copy menu. 10 Alphanumeric keypad Use the keypad to provide fax numbers. 11 Fax Redial button Use this button to recall the fax number used for the previous fax job. 12 Start Fax button Use this button to start a fax job. 13 Setup button Use this button to open the Setup menu. 14 Back arrow button Use this button for the following actions: Exit the control-panel menus. Scroll back to a previous menu in a submenu list. Scroll back to a previous menu item in a submenu list (without saving changes to the menu item). 15 Ready LED The Ready light glows without blinking when the printer is ready to print. It blinks when the printer is receiving print data or canceling a print job. 16 Attention LED The Attention light blinks when the printer requires user attention, such as when the printer runs out of paper or a toner cartridge needs to be changed. If the light glows without blinking, the printer has experienced an error. ENWW Printer views 7 Touchscreen control panel view (M130fw, M132fw models) Back button Returns to the previous screen 2 Home button Provides access to the Home screen 3 Help button Provides access to the control-panel help system 4 Color touchscreen Provides access to menus, help animations, and printer information. 5 Home page screen indicator The display indicates which Home screen the control panel is currently displaying. NOTE: While the control panel does not have a standard Cancel button, during many printer processes a Cancel button appears on the touchscreen. This permits users to cancel a process before the printer completes it. 8 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW Home screen layout Reset button Touch this button to reset any temporary job settings to the default printer settings. 2 Connection Information button Touch this button to open the Connection Information menu, which provides network information. The button appears as either a wired network icon or a wireless network icon, depending on the type of network to which the printer is connected. 3 Printer status This screen area provides information about the overall printer status. 4 Copy Touch this button to open the copy menu. 5 Scan Touch this button to open the scan menus: Scan to Network Folder Scan to 6 Fax Touch this button to open the fax menus. 7 Supplies Touch this button to view information about supplies status. 8 Apps 2 Touch this button to open the Apps menu to print directly from select Web applications. 9 Setup Touch this button to open the Setup menu. ENWW Printer views 9 How to use the touchscreen control panel Use the following actions to use the printer touchscreen control panel. Action Description Example Touch Touch an item on the screen to select that item or open that menu. Also, when scrolling through menus, briefly touch the screen to stop the scrolling. Touch Setup to open the Setup menu. Swipe Touch the screen and then move the finger horizontally to scroll the screen sideways. Swipe the Home screen to access Setup. Scroll Touch the screen, and then, without lifting the finger, move the finger vertically to move the screen. Scroll through the Setup menu. 10 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW Printer specifications IMPORTANT: The following specifications are correct at the time of publication, but they are subject to change. For current information, see Technical specifications Supported operating systems Mobile printing solutions Printer dimensions Power consumption, electrical specifications, and acoustic emissions Operating-environment range Technical specifications See for current information. ENWW Printer specifications 11 Supported operating systems The following information applies to the printer-
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