Muratec
F-360
FACSIMILE SYSTEM
FIELD ENGINEERING MANUAL
USA version 1.0
(November 27, 2001)
MURATA MACHINERY, LTD
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT DIV.
Safety Information
LED Safety Label
A LED safety label is attached to the outside of the machine as shown below.
Battery Precautions
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Important: Muratec does not recommend the independent replacement of this battery.
The battery is sold only as a component part of the main control PCB and Battery
PCB, and cannot be purchased separately from Muratec.
Il y a un danger d'explosion s'il y a un remplacement incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d'un type recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformement aux instructions du fabricant.
Germany only
VORSICHT!
Explosinsgefahr bei unsachgemäßen austausch der batterie.
Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom hersteller empfohlenen ähnlichen typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter batterien nach angaben des herstellers.
Denmark only
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.
Norway only
ADVARSEL
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en tilsvarende type anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til fabrikantens instruksjoner.
Sweden only
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.
Finland only
VAROlTUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, los se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin.
Hävitä Käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
ALL Areas
CAUTION
“Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used IC Package according to the manufacturer’s instructions.”
Germany only
VORSICHT!
⇒”Austausch nur durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen,
gleichwertigen typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
Table of Contents
Safety Information..........................................................................................................................................1
LED Safety Label.......................................................................................................................................1
Battery Precautions ...................................................................................................................................1
Section 1 General Description
1.1 Product Description ..............................................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Specifications........................................................................................................................................1-2
Section2 Machine Composition
2.1 F-360, PB5000 Interconnect Block Diagram ........................................................................................2-1
F-320, PB3500 Interconnect Block Diagram ........................................................................................2-2
2.2 Memory back up ...................................................................................................................................2-3
2.3 Network Control Unit (NCU) PCB.........................................................................................................2-4
2.4 Power Supply Unit (PSU)......................................................................................................................2-5
2.5 Sensors.................................................................................................................................................2-6
2.5.1 Sensor Locations...........................................................................................................................2-6
2.5.2 Sensor Descriptions ......................................................................................................................2-6
2.6 Document Scanning Sequence ............................................................................................................2-7
2.6.1 Document Detection......................................................................................................................2-7
2.6.2 Document Separation....................................................................................................................2-7
2.6.3 Document Transport .....................................................................................................................2-7
2.6.4 Document Scanning ......................................................................................................................2-7
2.6.5 Document Discharge.....................................................................................................................2-8
2.7 Recording Section ................................................................................................................................2-9
2.7.1 Recording Paper Feed Path..........................................................................................................2-9
2.8 Image Processing.................................................................................................................................2-9
2.8.1 Drum Charge...............................................................................................................................2-10
2.8.2 Drum Exposure ...........................................................................................................................2-10
2.8.3 Development ...............................................................................................................................2-10
2.8.4 Image Transfer............................................................................................................................2-11
2.8.5 Residual toner distribute..............................................................................................................2-11
2.8.6 Fusing..........................................................................................................................................2-12
Section3 Adjustment Procedures
3.1 Field Service Program Modes ..............................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Machine Parameter Settings ................................................................................................................3-2
3.2.1 Setting the Machine Parameters ...................................................................................................3-2
3.2.2 Clearing the Machine Parameters.................................................................................................3-2
3.3 Memory Switch Adjustment ................................................................................................................3-26
3.3.1 Setting the Memory Switches ......................................................................................................3-26
3.3.2 Clearing the Memory Switch........................................................................................................3-26
3.4 Unique Switch Adjustment..................................................................................................................3-54
3.4.1 Setting the Unique Switches........................................................................................................3-54
3.4.2 Clearing the Unique Switch .........................................................................................................3-54
3.5 Setting Individual Autodialer Attributes ...............................................................................................3-98
Attribute 1 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 10).......................................3-98
Attribute 2 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 11).......................................3-99
Attribute 3 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 12).......................................3-99
Attribute 4 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 13).....................................3-100
3.6 Clear Programmed Data / User Settings ..........................................................................................3-101
3.7 All RAM Clear ...................................................................................................................................3-101
3.8 Printer maintenance mode ...............................................................................................................3-102
3.9 Monitor speaker On/Off ....................................................................................................................3-103
3.10 Test Modes .....................................................................................................................................3-104
3.10.1 Life Monitor..............................................................................................................................3-105
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3.10.2 Printer Test..............................................................................................................................3-106
3.10.3 Feeder test ..............................................................................................................................3-107
3.10.4 Port Status...............................................................................................................................3-107
3.10.5 Set Background Level .............................................................................................................3-107
3.11 Print Parameter list .........................................................................................................................3-108
3.12 Factory Test Functions ...................................................................................................................3-108
3.12.1 Function List ............................................................................................................................3-108
3.12.2 LED Test .................................................................................................................................3-108
3.12.3 LCD Test .................................................................................................................................3-109
3.12.4 Key Panel Test ........................................................................................................................3-109
3.12.5 SRAM Check...........................................................................................................................3-110
3.12.6 DRAM Check...........................................................................................................................3-111
3.12.7 RTC(real time clock) Test .......................................................................................................3-111
3.12.8 RS-232C Test..........................................................................................................................3-112
3.13 Line Tests .......................................................................................................................................3-113
3.13.1 Relay Test ...............................................................................................................................3-113
3.13.2 Tonal Signal Test ....................................................................................................................3-114
3.13.3 DTMF Output Test ..................................................................................................................3-115
3.14 Consumable order sheet ................................................................................................................3-117
3.14.1 Set consumable order sheet ...................................................................................................3-117
3.14.2 Print consumable order sheet .................................................................................................3-118
3.14.3 Clear consumable order sheet ................................................................................................3-119
3.15 DRAM Clear....................................................................................................................................3-119
3.16 Clear Life Monitor ...........................................................................................................................3-119
3.17 Set life monitor passcode ...............................................................................................................3-120
3.18 Life monitor maintenance ...............................................................................................................3-121
3.19 Sensor input test.............................................................................................................................3-123
3.20 Printer diagnostic mode..................................................................................................................3-124
3.21 Internet fax service mode (TBD!) ...................................................................................................3-125
3.21.1 All clear information from the optional Internet fax board.......................................................3-125
3.21.2 Clear the Administrator’s information ......................................................................................3-126
3.21.3 Display the Checksum of the Internet fax board .....................................................................3-126
3.21.4 Send e-mail user registration ..................................................................................................3-127
3.22 Update the software........................................................................................................................3-128
3.22.1 Update the software by Flash ROM writer ..............................................................................3-128
3.22.2 Update the software by polling to the host machine................................................................3-130
3.22.3 Setting of the Flash ROM host to allow polling the software from the client fax machine.....3-130
Section4 Troubleshooting Procedures
4.1 Troubleshooting Outline........................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Recording Paper Jam ...........................................................................................................................4-2
4.3 Document Feeder Jam .........................................................................................................................4-2
4.4 Document Feeder Multi-feeding or Skew .............................................................................................4-3
4.5 Transmit Error.......................................................................................................................................4-3
4.6 Transmit Black Lines ............................................................................................................................4-3
4.7 Cannot transmit ....................................................................................................................................4-3
4.8 Receive Errors ......................................................................................................................................4-4
4.9 Will not Auto-Answer ............................................................................................................................4-4
4.10 Clearing Jammed Paper.....................................................................................................................4-4
If a printout jams inside your machine....................................................................................................4-5
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4.11. The Image Quality Problems .............................................................................................................4-8
4.11.1 Blank pages.................................................................................................................................4-8
4.11.2 Black pages.................................................................................................................................4-8
4.11.3 Printout too light...........................................................................................................................4-9
4.11.4 Printout too dark ..........................................................................................................................4-9
4.11.5 Blurred background .....................................................................................................................4-9
4.11.6 Uneven print density..................................................................................................................4-10
4.11.7 Irregularities...............................................................................................................................4-10
4.11.8 White (Black) Line .....................................................................................................................4-11
4.11.9 Toner Smudges.........................................................................................................................4-11
4.12 LCD Error Messages ........................................................................................................................4-12
LCD error messages (Alphabetic list) ..................................................................................................4-12
4.13 Error Codes ......................................................................................................................................4-16
Dialing errors ........................................................................................................................................4-16
Reception errors...................................................................................................................................4-16
Transmission errors .............................................................................................................................4-17
Communication Error Messages..........................................................................................................4-18
4.14 Service Call Error..............................................................................................................................4-19
4.14.1 Call For Service.........................................................................................................................4-19
4.14.2 Please Call Service ...................................................................................................................4-19
4.15 Cleaning the Unit ..............................................................................................................................4-22
Curing frequent jams in the ADF ..........................................................................................................4-22
Cleaning the LED print head ................................................................................................................4-23
Section5 Maintenance & Adjustment
5.1 Maintenance schedule..........................................................................................................................5-2
5.2 Re/Disassemble ...................................................................................................................................5-3
5.2.1 Covers ...........................................................................................................................................5-5
5.2.2 PCBs ...........................................................................................................................................5-13
5.2.3 Sensors .......................................................................................................................................5-20
5.2.4 Scanning section .........................................................................................................................5-21
5.2.5 Printer section .............................................................................................................................5-33
5.3 Adjustment..........................................................................................................................................5-45
5.3.1 Adjustment of Retard roller pressure ..........................................................................................5-45
Section 6 Options
6.1 Memory Upgrade ..................................................................................................................................6-1
Packaging contents: ...............................................................................................................................6-1
Installation ..............................................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Attaching an optional handset ..............................................................................................................6-3
Packaging contents: ...............................................................................................................................6-3
Installation ..............................................................................................................................................6-3
6.3 RS-232C interface ................................................................................................................................6-4
Packaging contents: ...............................................................................................................................6-4
Installation ..............................................................................................................................................6-5
RS-232C interface cable ........................................................................................................................6-6
Signal direction .......................................................................................................................................6-7
RS-232C Test.........................................................................................................................................6-7
6.4 Page Counter........................................................................................................................................6-8
Packaging contents: ...............................................................................................................................6-8
Installation ..............................................................................................................................................6-8
6.5 AL-200 ..................................................................................................................................................6-9
Packaging contents: ...............................................................................................................................6-9
Installation (Attach the AL-200 only).......................................................................................................6-9
Installation (Attach the AL-200 to the machine which is installed the OP-150.) ...................................6-13
Installation (Attach the AL-200 to the machine which is installed the OP-150 and IF-300.).................6-18
6.6 OP-100/NP-200 ..................................................................................................................................6-21
Packaging contents: .............................................................................................................................6-21
Installing the Printer control PCB (and NIC).........................................................................................6-22
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6.7 Attaching the 2-Bin tray ......................................................................................................................6-26
Packaging contents: .............................................................................................................................6-26
Installation ............................................................................................................................................6-26
6.8 Second paper cassette.......................................................................................................................6-30
Packaging contents: .............................................................................................................................6-30
Installation ............................................................................................................................................6-30
Setting of the Paper Size......................................................................................................................6-33
6.9 IF-300 .................................................................................................................................................6-34
Packaging contents: .............................................................................................................................6-34
Installing the Internet Fax board (Attaching the IF-300 only) ...............................................................6-35
Installing the Internet Fax board (Attach the IF-300 to the machine which is installed the OP-150.)...6-38
Installing the Internet Fax board (Attach the IF-300 to the machine which is installed the OP-150 and
AL-200.)................................................................................................................................................6-42
Section 7 Options
F-320 Addendum
Soft Switches Unique to the F-320
 2001 by Muratec.
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Section 1
General Description
1.1 Product Description
The F-360 and F-320 are Multi-function products with flat bed scanners and Group 3 and V.34 HDX
modems. Documents are printed on plain paper using dry electrophotographic printing.
1-1
1.2 Specifications
Item
Type
Telephone network
Compatibility
Coding method
Modem speed
Dual Access
LCD
Scanning method
Recording method
Acceptable document size
F-360
F-320
Desktop type
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) or equivalent.
ITU-T T.4 and T.30
ITU-T-standard MH, MR, MMR and JBIG
33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800, 14400,
12000, 9600, 7200, 4800 and 2400 bps
Allows up to three simultaneous operations.
4 lines, 30 characters per line.
2 lines, 20 characters per line.
Language: English, French,
Language: English, French,
Spanish, German
Spanish, German
Flatbed CCD
Dry electrophotographic (LED) printer
<Single sheet>
<Single sheet>
Max: 280 (W) × 900 (L) mm
Max: 280 (W) × 900 (L) mm
11.0 (W) × 35.4 (L) inches
11.0 (W) × 35.4 (L) inches
Min: 120 (W) × 100 (L) mm
4.7 (W) × 3.9 (L) inches
Min: 120 (W) × 100 (L) mm
4.7 (W) × 3.9 (L) inches
Paper weight: 30.2 – 104.7 g/m
Scanning resolution
Paper weight: 30.2 – 104.7 g/m
<Two or more sheets>
Max: 257 (W) × 364 (L) mm
10.1 (W) × 14.3 (L) inches
<Two or more sheets>
Max: 216 (W) × 356 (L) mm
8.5 (W) × 14.0 (L) inches
Min: 216 (W) × 139.5 (L) mm
8.5 (W) × 5.5 (L) inches
Min: 216 (W) × 139.5 (L) mm
8.5 (W) × 5.5 (L) inches
Paper weight: 52.3 – 80.0 g/m
ADF capacity
2
2
B4: 50 sheets
Letter/A4: 80 sheets
2
(Paper weight: 52.3 – 80.0 g/m )
<Transmission>
horizontal × vertical
(in dots/inch × in lines/inch)
Normal:
203 × 98
Fine:
203 × 196
Super fine: 406 × 392*
Grayscale: 203 × 196 (Memory Tx)
406 × 392*(Real time Tx)
*: In the case that the remote fax has
the ability of “406 × 392”.
If not, the superfine resolution is
“203 × 392“, and the grayscale
resolution in real time transmission is
“203 × 196”.
<Copy>
Normal:
Fine:
Super fine:
Grayscale:
300 × 200
300 × 300
400 × 400
300 × 300
1-2
Paper weight: 52.3 – 80.0 g/m
2
Letter/A4: 80 sheets
2
(Paper weight: 52.3 – 80.0 g/m )
<Transmission>
horizontal × vertical
(in dots/inch × in lines/inch)
Normal:
203 × 98
Fine:
203 × 196
Super fine: 203 × 392
Grayscale: 203 × 196
<Copy>
Normal:
Fine:
Super fine:
Grayscale:
300 × 200
300 × 300
300 × 400
300 × 300
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Item
Effective Scanning width
Transmission speed
Document Memory
Document memory
backup
Printing resolution
Printing speed
Toner yield
Drum yield
Print margin
Acceptable recording
paper size
F-360
F-320
<Fax>
<Fax>
B4: 252 mm/9.92 in
B4: N/A
Letter/A4: 208 mm/8.19 in
Letter/A4: 208 mm/8.19 in
<Copy>
<Copy>
B4: 257 mm/10.12 in
B4: N/A
Letter: 216 mm/8.5 in
Letter: 216 mm/8.5 in
A4: 210 mm/8.26 in
A4: 210 mm/8.26 in
Under 3 seconds (Super G3)
Based on transmission of ITU-T Test Document 1 to a Muratec fax
machine.
Standard:
Standard:
8 MB (650 pages)
8 MB (650 pages)
Upgrade option:
Upgrade option:
plus 8MB (680 pages)
plus 8MB (680 pages)
plus 24MB (2040 pages)
(Total memory capacity : Backup time)
(Total memory capacity : Backup time)
8 MB: 72 hours
8 MB: 72 hours
16 MB: 36 hours
16 MB: 36 hours
32 MB: 18 hours
The backup battery requires about 24 hours to reach full charge after
power to the fax unit is restored.
600 dpi
17 ppm (When loading Letter12 ppm (When loading Lettersized paper from 1st paper
sized paper from 1st paper
cassette.)
cassette.)
Approx. 15,000 pages (Letter, 4 % document coverage at 2-page
interval printing.)
Approx. 16,000 pages (Letter, 4 % document coverage at 2-page
interval printing.)
Leading edge, Trailing edge, Left edge and Right edge:
0.12 ± 0.08 inch (3 ± 2 mm)
<Paper cassette>
Plain paper:
Letter(SEF), Legal(SEF), Half letter(LEF),
2
Paper weight: 60 – 90g/m , 20 – 24 lb
<Bypass tray>
Plain paper:
Letter(SEF), Legal(SEF), Half letter(LEF),
A4(SEF), A5(LEF)(SEF), A6(SEF), F4(SEF),
Executive(SEF)
Envelopes:
DL(SEF), COM10(SEF), Monarch(SEF)
Postcard:
100 mm (W) × 148 mm (L) (3.9 × 5.8 inch)
Transparency: Letter (SEF)
Recording paper capacity
Custom size: (3.8 – 8.5 inch) × (5.5 – 14 inch) (Width × Length)
*The paper sizes except Letter, Legal, and Half-letter are available only
when the optional printer controller kit has been installed.
<Paper cassette>
1st cassette:
500 sheets
2nd cassette (option): 500 sheets
<Bypass tray>
Plain paper:
50 sheet
Postcard/Transparency:20 sheets
Envelopes
1 sheet
1-3
Item
Receive paper tray
capacity
Printouts exit
Environmental conditions
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Optional products
F-360
F-320
Approx. 300 sheets
with optional 2-bin tray: Upper approx. 100, Lower approx. 150 sheets
Face up
Ambient temperature: 10 °C to 32 °C (50 °F to 89.6 °F)
Relative humidity: 20 % to 80 % with no condensation
120 VAC ± 10 %; 50/60 Hz
Sleep mode:
8.7 W Sleep mode:
9.6 W
Standby:
110 Wh Standby:
66 W
Memory Transmission:
31 W
Memory Transmission:
38 W
Reception:
960 W
Reception:
880 W
Copying:
920 W
Copying:
890 W
Maximum:
1030 W
Maximum:
920 W
2WAY: 18.3 (W) × 20.8 (D) × 14.2 (H) inch
3WAY: 18.3 (W) × 20.8 (D) × 18.4 (H) inch
When the Extension paper tray and Bypass tray are retracted.
Approx. 19.8 Kg (43.7 lbs) without consumables and trays.
• Optional telephone handset
• Second paper cassette
• Expansion Memory
• 2-bin tray
• Printer controller kit (OP-150)
• Network printer interface card (NP-200)
• Second phone line kit (AL-250)
• Internet fax kit (IF-300)
• RS-232C interface kit
• Mechanical page counter
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Section2
Machine Composition
2.1 F-360, Interconnect Block Diagram
2-1
2-2
F-320 Interconnect Block Diagram
2-3
2.2 Memory back up
F-360
F-320
SDRAM
JP3 on the main control PCB
JP2 on the main control PCB
SRAM
JP4 on the main control PCB
JP5 on the main control PCB
SRAM ---The SRAM, which is backed-up by a lithium battery, is used to store user programmed
information.
SDRAM ---The SDRAM is used for buffer, which is also backed-up by a battery, is used to store
memorized documents.
NOTE:
F-360: JP3, JP4 should remain in the “ON” position at all times.
F-320: JP2, JP5 should remain in the “ON” position at all times.
For F-360:
Jumper JP3 on the main control PCB is used for battery back up of the SDRAM. Removing JP3 will
initialize the SDRAM. If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to72 hours (8MB) of back up
when fully charged.
Jumper JP4 on the main control PCB is used for battery back up of the SRAM. All user programmed data
and internal memory switch settings are held in SRAM. Removing JP4 will initialize the SRAM.
If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to five years of back up when fully charged.
For F-320:
Jumper JP2 on the main control PCB is used for battery back up of the SDRAM. Removing JP2 will
initialize the SDRAM. If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to 72 hours (8MB) of back up
when fully charged.
Jumper JP5 on the main control PCB is used for battery back up of the SRAM. All user programmed data
and internal memory switch settings are held in SRAM. Removing JP5 will initialize the SRAM.
If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to five years of back up when fully charged.
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2.3 Network Control Unit (NCU) PCB
The NCU PCB provides the connection to the telephone line. It consists of the interface circuit, dial pulse
generator, ring signal detector and telephone control circuit.
MODULAR
PCB
NCU PCB
TXA
RXA
S
DP
GENERATOR
TONE
OH
CI
+24V, +5V, GND
+12V, -12V
NCU PCB block diagram
Major components of the NCU
CML relay
Connects the telephone line to the phone or fax.
S relay
Used to send dial pulse signals in pulse dialing.
OH & Tone detector
Detects the On-hook condition of the second telephone unit.
H relay
Connects the Tel1 and Tel2 line to the fax machine.
24V generator
Supplies 24 volts to the relays.
Ring signal detector
A photo coupler that detects an incoming ring.
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2.4 Power Supply Unit (PSU)
The power supply unit receives the input line voltage and converts it to an output voltages of +5 VDC, +24
VDC, +12 VDC, and -12 VDC.
The heater circuit controls output voltage to the fuser heater according to instructions received from the
heater control circuit.
If an over-current is sensed in the secondary circuit, power is interrupted.
Power supply unit block diagram
The power supply unit has two output connectors.
The following table shows the connector outputs:
CN1 -- to the Fuser Heater
Pin No.
1
2
Output
L
N
CN2 -- to the Main Control PCB.
Pin No.
Output
voltage
1
2
–12V +12V
3
4
+5V
5
6
HC1
7
8
+24V
2-6
9
10
11
12
GND
13
2.5 Sensors
2.5.1 Sensor Locations
The following illustration shows the relative positions of the machine’s sensors.
DS2
TXIL
DS1
DB4
COVER SW
DRUM SW
HPES
TCS
CASOP
PDS
PSS
PES
TOS
JCOP
2.5.2 Sensor Descriptions
The following table gives a brief description of each sensor and it's function.
Code
TXIL
(ADF)
DS1
DS2
DB4
TCS
PSS
Name
Interlock switch (ADF)
Detects
Scanner cover open or close
Sensor Type
Micro switch
Document sensor 1
Document sensor 2
B4 size sensor
Top cover sensor
Paper set sensor
Photo interrupter
Mechanical Switch
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
PDS
PES
Paper discharge sensor
Paper empty sensor
HPES
Hand paper empty
sensor
Toner sensor
Presence of document in feeder
Leading and trailing edge of document
B4 sized document.
Top cover opened or closed
Detects paper feeding out of
cassette/tray.
Detects paper at paper exit.
Detects presence of recording paper in
the 1st paper cassette
Detects presence of recording paper in
the bypass tray
Detects toner empty and toner
cartridge set.
Detects the 1st paper cassette open or
closed
Detects the side cover open or closed
Detects printer cover open or closed
Micro switch
TOS
CASOP
JCOP
COVERSW
Paper cassette open
sensor
Jam access cover (side
cover) open sensor
Cover switch
2-7
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
Photo interrupter
2.6 Document Scanning Sequence
2.6.1 Document Detection
When a document is placed into the document feeder, Document Sensor 1 (DS1) is activated and you will
hear a short beep.
2.6.2 Document Separation
Document separation is the process that allows a multi-page document to go through the scanner one
page at a time. Separation occurs through the action of the separator roller and retard roller.
As shows in the illustrations, documents in the feeder are pressed against the separator roller. The bottom
document is separated from the remaining documents by the friction of the retard roller.
2.6.3 Document Transport
Following document separation, the feed roller causes the document to advance. As it advances, the
leading edge of the document activates the Document Sensor 2 (DS2) sensor. Once DS2 is activated, the
feed roller continues to rotate until the document reaches the scan wait position. The machine uses the
distance from DS2 to the scan wait position and the diameter of the feed roller to determine the number of
rotations necessary to feed the document to the scan wait position.
2.6.4 Document Scanning
When the document reaches the scan wait position, the machine waits for the next command. It will start
scanning the document when the START key is pressed. The light from the scanner lamp strikes the face
of the document and is reflected into the lens through mirrors A, B, and C. In case the light intensity along
the length of the scanner lamp is not uniform, shading compensation is provided to ensure even
illumination.
As the reflected image passes through the lens, it is focused onto the charged-coupled device (CCD). The
CCD then converts the dark and light areas of the image into electrical impulses, or image data. Circuits
on the main control PCB encode the image data and send it to the modem where it is modulated. The
modulated signal is then placed onto the telephone line by the NCU.
2-8
When DS2 detects the trailing edge of the document, the image signal output is turned off. The scanner
continues to remain active for a few more seconds in case there is another document to follow.
Separator roller
Feed roller A
Retard roller
Pick up roller
Press roller A
DS1
Press roller A
Feed roller B
DS2
Exit roller
Lamp
Mirror C
Mirror A
Mirror B
CCD
Press roller A
Document scanning in ADF
2.6.5 Document Discharge
The scanned document is discharged through the document exit by the exit roller
2-9
2.7 Recording Section
2.7.1 Recording Paper Feed Path
A sheet of the recording paper is separated from the remaining paper by the friction of the pickup roller.
The paper is moved along the paper guide until it reaches the platen roller. It is then fed by the rotation of
the platen roller.
2.8 Image Processing
Incoming data is received from the telephone line by the NCU and sent to the main control PCB. The
modem, located on the main control PCB, demodulates the data. The data is then sent to the printer for
image processing.
The image processing is roughly divide into the following steps:
1. Drum Charging
2. Drum Exposure
3. Development
4. Image transfer
5. Fusing
6. Distributing the toner
Expoure
Drum charging
LED print head
Drum cartridge
Toner cartridge
Toner agitate
Fusing
Development
Image transfer
Distributing the toner
2-10
2.8.1 Drum Charge
• The Drum is charged with static electricity before LED exposure. The Rotating Charge Brush is used for
the charging method.
• The rotating brush drum charging generates little ozone in the printer. Because the charge is directly
given to the Drum, the Drum can be charged by low voltage. At the same time, the Drum can be
charged stably and evenly.
2.8.2 Drum Exposure
The light makes an invisible static image from the LED print head.
The LED print head, located inside the printer cover, closes down over the drum and projects light onto
the drum surface. When the document is to be printed, individual elements in the LED print head turn on
and expose the drum where a dark area should appear in the document.
2.8.3 Development
Toner is applied to the invisible static image on the Drum and a toner image is created on the surface.
Drum
Toner agitator
Toner supply roller
Developing roller
1
2
3
4
Part Name
Toner Agitator
Toner supply Roller
Developing Roller
Drum
Function
Contains toner.
Transports the toner to the developing roller.
Carries the toner to the Drum surface for development.
Exposed to LED light to create an invisible image and
rotates to carry the developed image to the paper
surface.
2-11
2.8.4 Image Transfer
Image transfer is the process of transferring the toner image created on the Drum in the developing
process to paper. The Roller Image Transfer is used instead of the Corona Image Transfer as the image
transfer method. In the Roller Image Transfer method, there is little generation of ozone due to corona
discharge. Also, there is no blur of toner because the paper is always between the Drum and the Image
Transfer Roller.
PC Drum
Image transfer roller
Hight voltage unit + output
2.8.5 Residual toner distribute
The residual toner must be removed from the drum. This step does not actually remove the residual toner
from the drum surface. Instead, a “Eraser brush” is used to evenly distribute the remaining toner over the
drum surface. When the drum surface is charged in preparation for printing the next document the
remaining toner is also charged. Any residual toner that is not exposed in the subsequent drum exposure
process is attached back onto the developing roller.
Eraser brush
PC drum
2-12
2.8.6 Fusing
An Overview
The toner image that is transferred on to the paper is securely fixed during the fusing process.
A heat roller system is used as the fusing system. The toner image is fused by Heater Roller heated by
the Heater Lamp, and securely fixed by the pressure between the Heater roller and Press roller.
A Thermistor detects and controls the Heater Roller temperature.
The Thermostat functions when the Heater Lamp is not turned OFF even if the Thermistor detects a high
temperature malfunction.
Fusing Temperature Control Circuit
The Thermistor detects the surface temperature of the Heater Roller and inputs that analog voltage into
the Main Control PCB. Corresponding to this data, the Heater Lamp ON/OFF signal is output to the Heater
ON/OFF switch of the power supply unit, causing the Heater Lamp to turn ON or OFF to control the fusing
temperature.
When the Heater Lamp is not turned OFF even if the Thermistor detects a high temperature malfunction,
the thermostat shuts down the power to the heater lamp. When the thermostat malfunctions, the thermal
cut-off shuts down the power to the heater lamp.
AC Inlet
N
Main switch
Power supply unit
Main Control PCB
Heater
on/off
switch
Fusing temperture
control circuit
Fusing unit
Thermistor
Heater Lamp
Thermostat
2-13
Thermal cut-off
Fusing temperature
1) Warming Up
After the initialization of the printer, printer warming starts and the Heater Lamp
turns ON until the temperature of the Heater Roller reaches approx. 180---190 °C.
2) Printing
When the printer obtains the printing command from its controller, the Heater Roller
is maintained at 180---190 °C.
After printing, the printer re turns to standby mode. The fuser is kept at a low
temperature.
3) Standby mode
The Heater Roller is maintained at approx. .160---170 °C.
4) Sleep mode
Power Save mode.
F-360:
392
356
200
180
320
160
Post card printing only
Warming up
Printing
Standby mode
Sleep mode
Time
Power ON
F-320:
401
374
205
190
338
170
Post card printing only
Warming up
Printing
Standby mode
Power ON
2-14
Sleep mode
Time
Section3
Adjustment Procedures
3.1 Field Service Program Modes
The following table shows the maintenance functions.
Use these functions for maintenance and adjusting the machine parameters.
Note: When you press “ * ” (asterisk), you will hear short beeps. However continue the operation, as it is not
a problem.
Function
Key pressing
Summary
Page
Machine parameters setting
Used to set or clear machine parameters.
3-2
MENU, *, 0, 0
Memory switches setting
Used to set or clear memory switches.
3-26
MENU, *, 0, 1
Clear programmed data / user MENU, *, 0, 2
Erases user-programmed information (date, time,
settings
TTI, autodialer, etc.) and any documents stored in 3-102
memory.
All RAM clear
Erases same information as “Clear Programmed
MENU, *, 0, 3
Data / User Settings” function along with resetting
3-102
all of Memory switches and Unique switches to
factory defaults.
Unique switches setting
Used to set or clear unique switches.
3-54
MENU, *, 0, 4
Printer maintenance
Access this mode to determine the cause of the
MENU, *, 0, 6
“Please Call Service” error message.
3-99
Or, when replacing the Fuser unit or Image
transfer roller, reset the counter using this mode.
Monitor speaker ON/OFF
Monitor the signals during the fax transaction.
MENU, *, 0, 8
Test functions
Allows the technician to perform a series of
MENU, *, 0, 9
3-105
diagnostic tests.
Print parameter list
Prints a list of the machine switch settings
MENU, *, 1, 0
3-109
showing the default settings and current settings.
Factory test functions
Allows the technician to perform a series of
MENU, *, 1, 1
3-109
diagnostic tests.
Telephone circuit test modes MENU, *, 1, 2
Allows the technician to perform a series of
3-114
diagnostic tests.
----Not used.
--MENU, *, 1, 3
----Not used.
--MENU, *, 1, 4
Consumable order sheet
Used to set or clear the consumable order sheet.
MENU, *, 1, 5
3-118
setting
DRAM Clear
Used to clear a DRAM.
3-120
MENU, *, 1, 6
Clear life monitor
Used to clear the Life monitor, which keeps a
MENU, *, 1, 7
3-120
count of the pages scanned, printed, etc.
----Not used.
--MENU, *, 1, 8
Life monitor passcode
Used to protect the clear a Life monitor mode.
3-121
MENU, *, 1, 9
Life monitor maintenance
When the main control PCB has been replaced,
MENU, *, 2, 0
you should register the previous counter values of 3-122
the life monitor.
----Not used.
--MENU, *, 2, 1
Sensor input test
Sensor diagnostic test.
3-124
MENU, *, 2, 2
Printer diagnostic mode
Printer diagnostic test.
3-125
MENU, *, 2, 3
Internet Fax mode
For optional IF-300 (Internet fax kit)
3-126
MENU, *, 2, 4
Update the Software
Describes how to update the software.
3-129
----Flash ROM polling
Down load the latest software by polling.
3-131
MENU, *, 2, 5
Flash ROM polling (Host)
Set the software version for Flash ROM polling.
3-131
MENU, *, 2, 6
3-1
3.2 Machine Parameter Settings
3.2.1 Setting the Machine Parameters
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 0.
2. Select the desired parameter using numeric keypad or cursor key, and then press [Enter].
Important: The bits are numbered 7 through 0 --- bit 7 is left most.
3. To navigate through the machine parameter settings:
•
•
•
•
Press < key to move the cursor to the left.
Press to move the cursor to the right.
Press the 0 (zero) or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed parameter and advance to the next parameter.
(If you want to cancel the setting of the displayed parameter without saving, press [Cancel].)
• Press STOP to return the unit to standby.
Note: You can confirm the initial setting of each Machine parameter by the Machine Parameters List.
The Machine Parameters List will be printed by pressing MENU, *, 1, 0.
3.2.2 Clearing the Machine Parameters
Resets the machine parameters to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 0.
2. Press [Clear].
3. Press [Enter] to reset the all machine parameters to the factory defaults.
Note: If you want cancel the clearing the parameters, press [Cancel].
Note: To return to the standby mode, press STOP.
3-2
Machine Parameter 00
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Country code
The country code enables the ROM to output the
correct programming information for the respective
country.
Machine Parameter 01
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Output attenuation
See table below.
Note: The setting of this switch is available only
when set at a value other than 0 dB. This setting is
used instead of Memory Switch 11, bit 3-0.
Machine Parameter 01…Output attenuation
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
3-3
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Machine Parameter 02
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
*
*
*
*
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
DTMF output level
attenuation
See table below.
Machine Parameter 02 … DTMF output level attenuation
Switch 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Switch 2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Switch 1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Switch 0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Attenuation
0 dB
1 dB
2 dB
3 dB
4 dB
5 dB
6 dB
7 dB
8 dB
9 dB
10 dB
11 dB
12 dB
13 dB
14 dB
15 dB
3-4
← Initial setting for F-360
Machine Parameter 03
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
Leading edge document
margin adjustment
(ADF)
6
1
5
0
Adjusts the leading edge
margin from Document
Sensor 2 (DS2) to the start of
the scanning position.
0
Each setting changes
by 0.649 mm.
4
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Note: These values are
factory set and should not be
adjusted unless instructed by
a Muratec technical
representative.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Settings
00000000
00000001
00000010


0.00 mm
0.649 mm
1.298 mm


01000100
44.132 mm ← Initial setting






11111110 164.846 mm
11111111 165.495 mm
Note: Total value of Machine
parameter 03 and 17 will
effect the “Leading edge
document margin adjustment
(ADF)”.
Machine Parameter 04
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
Trailing edge document
margin adjustment.
(ADF)
6
0
5
1
Adjusts the document feed
after the trailing edge of a
document passes
Document Sensor 2 (DS2).
4
1
Each setting changes
by 0.649 mm.
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Note: These values are
factory set and should not be
adjusted unless instructed by
a Muratec technical
representative.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Settings
00000000
0.00 mm
00000001
0.649 mm
00000010
1.298 mm




00110000
31.152 mm ← Initial setting






11111110 164.846 mm
11111111 165.495 mm
Note: Total value of Machine
parameter 04 and 18 will
effect the “Leading edge
document margin adjustment
(ADF)”.
3-5
Machine Parameter 05
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 06
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-6
Machine Parameter 07
7
Initial
Setting
0
Factory use only
6
0
Factory use only
5
0
Factory use only
4
0
Factory use only
3
0
2
0
DRAM capacity indication
(This switch can indicate
8 to 32 MB memory capacity)
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
This switch indicates the DRAM capacity.
This switch is read only, do not set any character(s).
You can see the memory capacity by how many
“1s” are indicated on the LCD.
For example, if the two “1s” are indicated,
i.e. “00000011”, the DRAM capacity is 16MB.
Similarly, “00001111” means 32MB capacity.
Machine Parameter 08
7
Initial
Setting
0
Factory use only
6
0
Factory use only
5
0
Factory use only
4
0
Factory use only
3
0
Factory use only
2
0
Factory use only
1
0
Factory use only
0
0
Factory use only
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Machine Parameter 09
7
Initial
Setting
0
Not used
6
0
Not used
5
0
Not used
4
0
Not used
3
0
Not used
2
0
Not used
1
0
Not used
0
0
Not used
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
3-7
Machine Parameter 10
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 11
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-8
Machine Parameter 12
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
ADF scanner registration
adjustment (Horizontal)
6
0
5
0
Adjusts the start point to scan
the document.
The plus setting increases
the left margin and the minus
setting decreases it.
4
0
Each setting changes by
0.5 mm.
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Settings
00000111
3.5 mm
00000110
3.0 mm
00000101
2.5 mm
00000100
2.0 mm
00000011
1.5 mm
00000010
1.0 mm
00000001
0.5 mm
00000000 Standard
10000001 -0.5 mm
10000010 -1.0 mm
10000011 -1.5 mm
10000100 -2.0 mm
10000101 -2.5 mm
10000110 -3.0 mm
10000111 -3.5 mm
Maximum
← Initial setting
Minimum
Machine Parameter 13
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-9
Machine Parameter 14
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 15
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-10
Machine Parameter 16
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 17
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
Adjusts the leading edge
margin from Document
Sensor 2 (DS2) to the start of
the scanning position.
4
0
Each setting changes
by 0.0649 mm.
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Leading edge document
margin adjustment
(ADF)
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
10111111
10111110


10000010
10000001
00000000
00000001
00000010


00111110
00111111
Note: These values are
factory set and should not be
adjusted unless instructed by
a Muratec technical
representative.
Note: Total value of Machine
parameter 03 and 17 will
effect the “Leading edge
document margin adjustment
(ADF)”.
3-11
Settings
- 4.0887 mm
- 4.0238 mm


- 0.1298 mm
- 0.0649 mm
0.00 mm
0.0649 mm
0.1298 mm


4.0238 mm
4.0887 mm
Machine Parameter 18
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
Adjusts the document feed
after the trailing edge of a
document passes
Document Sensor 2 (DS2).
0
Each setting changes
by 0.0649 mm.
4
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Trailing edge document
margin adjustment.
(ADF)
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
10111111
10111110


10000010
10000001
00000000
00000001
00000010

00001110

00111110
00111111
Note: These values are
factory set and should not be
adjusted unless instructed by
a Muratec technical
representative.
Settings
- 4.0887 mm
- 4.0238 mm


- 0.1298 mm
- 0.0649 mm
0.00 mm
0.0649 mm
0.1298 mm

0.9086 mm

4.0238 mm
4.0887 mm
Note: Total value of Machine
parameter 04 and 18 will
effect the “Leading edge
document margin adjustment
(ADF)”.
Machine Parameter 19
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-12
Machine Parameter 20 to 29
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 30 to 39
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-13
Machine Parameter 40 to 49
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-14
Machine Parameter 50
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Adjustment for the scanning
stretching and squeezing
from ADF and FBS.
(Horizontal)
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00100000
:
00011000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
10010000
:
10011000
:
10100000
:
10111000
The plus setting stretches the
image data and the minus
setting squeezes it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
Settings
12.7 % Maximum
3.2 %
2.4 %
1.6 %
0.8 %
0.0 % ← Initial setting
-0.8 %
-1.6 %
-2.4 %
-3.2 %
-12.7 %
Minimum
Machine Parameter 51
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Adjustment of the scanning
stretching and squeezing for
ADF. (Vertical)
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00011000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000110
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
10010000
:
10011000
:
10111000
The plus setting stretches the
image data and the minus
setting squeezes it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
3-15
Settings
12.7 % Maximum
2.4 %
1.6 %
0.8 %
0.5 % ← Initial setting
0.0 %
-0.8 %
-1.6 %
-2.4 %
-12.7 %
Minimum
Machine Parameter 52 to 59
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-16
Machine Parameter 60 to 65
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 66
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning contrast
adjustment for transmission
Note: This contrast level
setting is only in effect for the
transmission mode. If you
want to adjust the contrast
level for each mode
(transmission and copying),
adjust the Machine
parameter 81.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
3-17
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 67
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning contrast
adjustment for copying
Note: This contrast level
setting is only in effect for the
copy mode. If you want to
adjust contrast level for each
mode (transmission and
copying), adjust the Machine
parameter 81.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 68 to 69
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-18
Machine Parameter 70
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning slice level
adjustment in Normal
resolution for transmission
Note: This slice level setting
is only in effect for the normal
resolution. If you want to
adjust slice level for all
resolution modes, adjust the
Machine parameter 80.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 71
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
0
Scanning slice level
adjustment in Fine resolution
for transmission
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Note: This slice level setting
is only effect for the fine
resolution. If you want to
adjust slice level for all
resolution modes, adjust the
Machine parameter 80.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
3-19
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 72
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning slice level
adjustment in Super-Fine
resolution for transmission
Note: This slice level setting
is only effect for the superfine resolution. If you want to
adjust slice level for all
resolution modes, adjust the
Machine parameter 80.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 73
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
0
Scanning slice level
adjustment for copying in the
mode without Grayscale
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Note: This slice level setting
is only effect for the copying
resolution. If you want to
adjust slice level for all
resolution modes, adjust the
Machine parameter 80.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
3-20
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 74 to 79
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Machine Parameter 80
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Slice level adjustment
for scanning
Note: If you want to adjust
the slice level of each
resolution individually, see
Machine Parameter 70 to 73.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 81
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
Usage/Comments
3-21
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Contrast adjustment
for scanning
Note: If you want to adjust
the contrast level of each
mode (transmission or
copying) individually, see
Machine Parameter 66 to 67.
Switch 76543210
00111111
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
|
|
11000000
Darkest setting
Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter 82 to 89
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-22
Machine Parameter 90
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
cassette.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
Settings
5.3 mm
Maximum
|
|
Adjusts the start point to
print.
The plus setting increases
the top margin and the minus
setting decreases it.
00000011
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
Each setting changes by
0.042 mm
0.13 mm
0.08 mm
0.042 mm
Initial setting
-0.042 mm
-0.08 mm
-0.13 mm
|
|
11111111
-5.3 mm
Minimum
Machine Parameter 91
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
bypass tray.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
Settings
5.3 mm
Maximum
|
|
Adjusts the start point to
print.
The plus setting increases
the top margin and the minus
setting decreases it.
00000011
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
Each setting changes by
0.042 mm
0.13 mm
0.08 mm
0.042 mm
Initial setting
-0.042 mm
-0.08 mm
-0.13 mm
|
|
11111111
3-23
-5.3 mm
Minimum
Machine Parameter 92
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
1
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
first cassette.
Switch 76543210
00001000
Adjusts the start point to
print.
The plus setting increases
the left margin and the minus
setting decreases it.
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
10000100
10000101
10000110
10000111
10001000
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
Usage/Comments
Settings
4.0 mm
Maximum
|
|
Each setting changes by
0.5 mm
1.0 mm
0.5 mm
0.0 mm
-0.5 mm
-1.0 mm
-1.5 mm
-2.0 mm
-2.5 mm
-3.0 mm
-3.5 mm
-4.0 mm
Initial setting
Minimum
Machine Parameter 93
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
1
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
optional second cassette.
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
00001000
Settings
4.0 mm
Maximum
|
|
Adjusts the start point to
print.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
10000100
10000101
10000110
10000111
10001000
Each setting changes by
0.5 mm
3-24
1.0 mm
0.5 mm
0.0 mm
-0.5 mm
-1.0 mm
-1.5 mm
-2.0 mm
-2.5 mm
-3.0 mm
-3.5 mm
-4.0 mm
Initial setting
Minimum
Machine Parameter 94
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
0
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
bypass tray
Switch 76543210
00001000
Adjusts the start point to
print.
The plus setting increases
the left margin and the minus
setting decreases it.
00000100
00000011
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
10000011
10000100
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
Usage/Comments
0
1
0
0
0
Each setting changes by
0.5 mm
2.0 mm
1.5 mm
1.0 mm
0.5 mm
0.0 mm
-0.5 mm
-1.0 mm
-1.5 mm
-2.0 mm
Initial setting
-4.0 mm
Minimum
|
|
Machine Parameter 95 to 99
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Maximum
|
|
10001000
2
Settings
4.0 mm
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-25
3.3 Memory Switch Adjustment
3.3.1 Setting the Memory Switches
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 1.
2. Select the desired memory switch using numeric keypad or cursor key, and then press [Enter].
Important: The bits are numbered 7 through 0 --- bit 7 is left most.
3. To navigate through the memory switch settings:
•
•
•
•
Press key to move the cursor to the left.
Press to move the cursor to the right.
Press the 0 (zero) or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed memory switch and advance to the next memory
switch. (If you want to cancel the setting of the displayed memory switch without saving, press
[Cancel].)
• Press STOP to return the unit to standby.
Note: You can confirm the initial setting of each Memory switch by the Memory Switch List.
The Memory Switch List will be printed by pressing MENU, *, 1, 0.
3.3.2 Clearing the Memory Switch
Resets the memory switches to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 1.
2. Press [Clear].
3. Press [Enter] to reset the all memory switches to the factory defaults.
Note: If you want cancel the clearing the memory switches, press [Cancel].
Note: To return to the standby mode, press STOP.
3-26
Memory Switch 00 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
0
0
DIS detect time after dialing
0: 80 sec
1: 70 sec
Factory use only
Sets the time DIS signal is detected after dialing a
number.
Dial tone detection
0: Do not dial
1: Dial
Phone line type
0: PSTN
1: PBX
Determines if the unit proceeds with dialing or
indicates an error if no dial tone is detected within
five seconds of going off-hook.
When set to PSTN, the unit checks for dial tone and
acts according to the setting of memory switch 00,
bit 1. When set to PBX, the unit always dials a given
number of seconds after going off-hook. Memory
switch 01 sets the number of seconds.
3-27
Memory Switch 01 - Dialer
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
Adjust
Dial pulse selecting operation
0: Not available
1: Available
Usage/Comments
When set to “1”, the dial pulse setting can be
selected in the phone type setting in “User Install
mode” (MENU, 9).
Note: This switch is effective for European version
models only.
Not used
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Not used
Not used
PBX mode dial pause
Sets the number of seconds the unit waits before
dialing when memory switch 02, bit 0 is set to PBX
mode.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
3-28
Pause time
0 sec
1 sec
2 sec
3 sec Initial setting
4 sec
5 sec
6 sec
7 sec
8 sec
9 sec
10 sec
11 sec
12 sec
13 sec
14 sec
15 sec
Memory Switch 02 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Memory Switch 03 to 04 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-29
Memory Switch 05 - Dialer
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Factory use only
Ring signal detect time
Number of CI signal
detection in Fax/Tel Ready
mode
0: Detect 1 time
1: Detect 2 times
Dual ring detection
0: No
1: Yes
Long ring detection
0: No
1: Yes
Frequency of the CI signal
detection
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Sets the time that an incoming ring will not be
detected after hanging up. (Fax/Tel Ready mode
only.)
Switch 6 5 4
0 0 0 100 ms
0 0 1 200 ms
0 1 0 300 ms
0 1 1 400 ms
1 0 0 500 ms
1 0 1 600 ms
1 1 0 700 ms
1 1 1 800 ms
Select the number of detection times of CI signal in
the Fax/Tel Ready mode or in the ringer silent
mode. Incoming calls are answered according to
this setting regardless of the number of rings
chosen in the User Settings.
When enabled, the unit is able to auto answer an
incoming ring with an off time of 120 - 60 ms.
Allows the unit to respond to an incoming ring if the
ring on-time is longer than 3.5 seconds.
When disabled, the unit will not check the frequency
of the incoming CI signal.
Memory Switch 06 to 09 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-30
Memory Switch 10 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Busy tone detection
Sets this switch to “0” if the ring tone of remote unit
0: No
is mistaken for a busy signal.
1: Yes
Fallback pattern (bps)
2400
4800
7200
9600 14400
Set at 0: 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times
Set at 1: 4 times 1 times 1 times 1 times 1 times
Overseas mode
Re-enables echo suppression that is disabled by the
0: No
CED signal (2100 Hz). Also ignores the first DIS
1: Yes
signal and transmits the DCS signal in response to
the second DIS signal.
V.29 Echo Protect tone
International telephone lines equipped with echo
0: No
suppression will cut the beginning portion of the
1: Yes
transmitted information which may cause the
receiver not to receive the training and data. To
protect the received image from degrading, a 0.5
second Echo Protect tone is placed prior to the
training using G3 high-speed modem training
(V.29).
Maximum transmit speed (kbps)
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
Memory Switch 11 - Transmission
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
1
0
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The time between reception of CFR and transmission of data. (For T.4.1 error)
When CFR and data overlap due to line echo, increase the interval between CFR
and data transmission using this switch.
250 ms 500 ms 750 ms 1000 ms
Switch 7 0
0
1
1
Switch 6 0
1
0
1
Interval between DCS and TCF. (For T.2.3 error.)
When FTT is received after DCS and TCF signals due to line echo, increase the
interval between DCS and TCF signals using this switch.
75 ms 300 ms 450 ms 600 ms
Switch 5 0
0
1
1
Switch 4 0
1
0
1
Output attenuation
See table below.
Memory Switch 11…Output attenuation
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
3-31
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Memory Switch 12 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Data signaling rate (DCS)
0: V.17
1: V.33
Disable the memory to
memory transmission
Determines communication protocol.
If the remote machine is Muratec machine and it
has capability of “directly printing", setting this
switch to “1” will disable the “memory to memory
transmission”.
This switch will prevent a memory overflow error at
the remote Muratec machine.
Assigns European date format to the transmitted
TTI.
(Example: 31 Aug. 2001)
When set at “0”, transmission of the TTI is
disabled. (Note: Turning TTI transmission off may
violate local or federal regulations.)
The time limit to receive the response signal for the
ECM post message.
0: No
1: Yes
European date format on TTI
0: No
1: Yes
TTI transmit
0: No
1: Yes
ECM response time
0: 3 sec
1: 4.8 sec
ECM error retransmit time
The time limit before the ECM error is
0: 200 ms
retransmitted.
1: 400 ms
Interval between DIS and DCS. (For T.2.1 error)
0 ms 500 ms 1000 ms 1500 ms
Switch 1 0
0
1
1
Switch 0 0
1
0
1
Memory Switch 13 - Transmission
Switch
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
ANSam detection
0
0: Yes
1: No
V.34 transmission
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
Adjust
0: Yes
1: No
CSI/TSI/CIG transmit
0: Yes
1: No
ECM mode
0: On
1: Off
Retransmit automatically
when receiving RTN/PIN
signals
0: Yes
1: No
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
During the V8 handshake, if some noise disturbs
the handshake and an error occurs, set to “1”.
Individual setting for V.34 transmission.
When set at “1”, transmission of the CSI, TSI and
CIG signals are disabled.
Determines ECM mode. ECM mode reduces
document memory and may lengthen transmission
and reception times.
When set to “1”, retransmission disables
automatically if receiving RTN/PIN signals.
3-32
Memory Switch 14 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Memory Switch 15 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
5
4
3
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Program individual autodialer
attributes
0: No
1: Yes
Allows individual setting of Memory switches 10 as
attribute 1, Memory switch 11 as attribute 2,
Memory switch 12 as attribute 3 and Memory switch
13 as attribute 4 when one-touch and speed dial
locations are programmed. (Refer to “3.5 Setting
Individual Autodialer Attributes,” page 3-99 for
settings.)
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Sending RTC signal when
transmission is canceled
0: Yes
1: No
Cancel redial if T.4.1 or T.4.4
error occurs
0: Yes
1: No
Action after EOR signal
0: Continue
1: Discontinue
RTC signal is sent at the end of the transmission.
When set at “0”, the unit will send the RTC if the
transmission is canceled. No error will occur. When
set at “1”, an error will occur because RTC will not
be sent at the end of a canceled transmission.
When set at “0”, if a T.4.1 or T.4.4 error occurs, the
unit will not retry the transmission.
Sets action after receiving PPR four times at 2400
bps.
3-33
Memory Switch 16 - Transmission
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
Subscriber ID transmit
0: No
1: Yes
1
1
TTI (name) transmit
0: No
1: Yes
0
0
Not used
Switch
Adjust
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Additional data on TTI
transmit
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
When set at “0”, the transmission of the additional
data (time, the number of pages, file number, etc)
is disabled.
Note: This switch is available only when Memory
switch 12, bit 4 and/or Memory switch 13, bit 5 is
available.
When set at “0”, the transmission of the subscriber
ID is disabled.
Note: This switch is available only when Memory
switch 12, bit 4 and/or Memory switch 13, bit 5 is
available.
When set at “0”, the transmission of the name
which was stored in the unit is disabled.
Note: This switch is available only when Memory
switch 12, bit 4 and/or Memory switch 13, bit 5 is
available.
Memory Switch 17 to 19 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-34
Memory Switch 20 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
4
0
0
3
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Data error rate
0: 10%
1: 20%
Pause one second after
sending CED
0: No (75 ms)
1: Yes (1 sec)
Usage/Comments
Determines the allowable number of erred lines out
of total lines received in a document.
A 2100 Hz CED signal disables echo suppression in
some telephone equipment. When set to "1", the
unit pauses one second after sending CED, which
allows echo suppression to restart. This may help
with problematic overseas reception.
Not used
Not used
Receive speed (kbps)
Maximum receive speed may be slowed to compensate for poor phone lines.
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
Memory Switch 21 - Reception
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
1
0
Adjust
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
T1 timer
0: 35 sec
1: 20 sec
Print image data when post
message is not received after
receiving RTC signal
0: No
1: Yes
Disable ITU-T superfine
reception
0: Yes
1: No
Usage/Comments
Adjusts the T1 time-out. After the machine dials the
remote machine’s phone number, it begins sending
CNG and waits this amount of time before
disconnecting the line.
If the received document includes the RTC, the unit
prints the data even though the following protocol is
not successful.
Set to “1” if a compatibility error occurs because the
transmitting machine does not understand the
extended frame for ITU-T superfine resolution.
(Note: Setting this switch to “1” will disable superfine
mode.)
0
G3 echo receive.
Adjusts the delay between detection of training/TCF and sending of CFR.
1
Switch 1
Switch 0
100 ms 500 ms 800 ms 1200 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
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Memory Switch 22 to 29 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Memory Switch 30 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
Number of HDLC end flags
7
0
6
0
5
1
4
0
3
2
0
0
1
0
0
1
Not used
Not used
Digital cable equalizer
0: Free
1: Hold
Carrier detection level
0: -43/48 dB
1: -47/52 dB
Usage/Comments
Defines the number of HDLC end flags.
Switch 7 6 5 4
0000
1
0001
2
0010
3 Initial setting
0011
4
0100
5
0101
6
0110
7
0111
8
1000
9
1 0 0 1 10
1 0 1 0 11
1 0 1 1 12
1 1 0 0 13
1 1 0 1 14
1 1 1 0 15
1 1 1 1 16
When set to “1”, becomes more efficient for the
short line break, but becomes weaker for line noise.
It’s available only for communication at 14,400 or
12,000 bit/s.
Setting this switch to “1” increases the sensitivity.
Memory Switch 31 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
1
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
Adjust
EYE-Q check level at
7200 bps
EYE-Q check level at
9600 bps
Usage/Comments
0
0
1
1
Strict-- - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
EYE-Q check level at
12000 bps
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
EYE-Q check level at
14400 bps
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
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Memory Switch 32 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
4
0
0
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
Adjust
EYE-Q slice level
0: Disable
1: Enable
Check EYE-Q
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Not used
EYE-Q check level at
2400 bps
EYE-Q check level at
4800 bps
Usage/Comments
Setting this bit to “1” enables memory switch 32, bits
0-3 and memory switch 31, bits 0-7 and enables
EYE-Q check adjustment.
Set at 0: Line condition status (EYE-Q) is not
checked after checking TCF.
Set at 1: Line condition status (EYE-Q) is checked
after checking TCF.
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
Memory Switch 33 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
0
0
0
Delete receive echo of CFR
at the receiver side
(For R.3.1 error)
0: No
1: Yes
Expand FSK receive time
after detecting flag
0: 3.3 seconds
1: 10 seconds
Sets this switch to “1” to resolve the problem
caused by the echo of CFR.
Setting this switch to “1” extends HDLC frame
receive timer in FSK from 3.3 seconds to 10
seconds after detecting pre-amble.
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Memory Switch 34 to 39 --- Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Memory Switch 40 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Memory Switch 41 ∼ 49 --- Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-40
Memory Switch 50 and 52 to 59 --- Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Memory Switch 51 --- Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
3-41
Memory Switch 60 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
6
1
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
CML relay off time after
dialing
0: 1 sec
1: 200 ms
DTMF tones heard through
handset
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
When dialing from the keypad, phone line noise
may occur as the CML relay switches on and off.
Set this switch to “0” to avoid this.
Determines if DTMF tones are produced through
the handset in off-hook dialing.
Factory use only
Switch to fax upon TAD
disconnect
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Remote reception from fax
handset
0: No
1: Yes
In Ans/Fax Ready mode, if this switch is set to “1”,
the unit will switch to fax when any device
connected to the external telephone jack, such as a
second phone or TAD, hangs up.
Ability to perform remote reception (hook-flash
transfer) from the fax handset.
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Memory Switch 61 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
1
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time for remote reception
Sets the time interval between the off-hook/on-hook
condition for remote reception.
Note: The total time of this time and the time
specified in Memory switch 66 will be the actual
time.
Switch 7 6 5 4 Time
0000
0 ms
0001
10 ms
0010
20 ms
0011
30 ms Initial setting
0100
40 ms
0101
50 ms
0110
60 ms
0111
70 ms
1000
80 ms
1001
90 ms
1 0 1 0 100 ms
1 0 1 1 110 ms
1 1 0 0 120 ms
1 1 0 1 130 ms
1 1 1 0 140 ms
1 1 1 1 150 ms
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time
Sets the time interval between the on-hook and offhook(or off-hook/on-hook) condition.
Switch 3 2 1 0 Time
0000
0 ms
0001
100 ms
0010
200 ms
0011
300 ms
0100
400 ms Initial setting
0101
500 ms
0110
600 ms
0111
700 ms
1000
800 ms
1001
900 ms
1 0 1 0 1000 ms
1 0 1 1 1100 ms
1 1 0 0 1200 ms
1 1 0 1 1300 ms
1 1 1 0 1400 ms
1 1 1 1 1500 ms
3-43
Memory Switch 62 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
CNG detect in Ans/Fax ready
0: No
1: Yes
Switch-hook time
When set to “1”, the machine detects the CNG
signal in Ans/Fax ready mode.
If the switch hook is quickly depressed and
released, switch-to-fax will occur. This setting
adjusts how quickly the switch hook activation must
be.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 ms
0001
100 ms
0010
200 ms
0011
300 ms Initial setting
0100
400 ms
0101
500 ms
0110
600 ms
0111
700 ms
1000
800 ms
1001
900 ms
1 0 1 0 1000 ms
1 0 1 1 1100 ms
1 1 0 0 1200 ms
1 1 0 1 1300 ms
1 1 1 0 1400 ms
1 1 1 1 1500 ms
3-44
Memory Switch 63 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjust silent detection time
This switch adjusts the length of silence required
for silent detection activation.
Switch 7 6 5 4
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
1 sec
0010
2 sec
0011
3 sec
0100
4 sec
0101
5 sec Initial setting
0110
6 sec
0111
7 sec
1000
8 sec
1001
9 sec
1010
10 sec
1011
11 sec
1100
12 sec
1101
13 sec
1110
14 sec
1111
15 sec
Number of seconds silent
detection remains active
This switch adjusts the length of time silence
detection remains active.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec Initial setting
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
3-45
Memory Switch 64 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
1
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Incoming rings
Adjust
Usage/Comments
CNG detect period after TAD
begins recording ICM
Sets the period during which CNG is detected after
the TAD begins recording incoming message.
Switch 7 6 5 4
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec Initial setting
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
CNG detect period after TAD
answers
Sets the period during which CNG is detected after
the TAD answers an incoming call.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec Initial setting
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
TAD plays Outgoing message
TAD records Incoming message
CNG detection is active
CNG detection is active
(Adjusted by Memory switch 64, bit 0-3)
(Adjusted by Memory switch 64, bit 4-7)
Silent detection is active
(Adjusted by Memory switch 63, bit 0-3)
Silent detection time
(Adjusted by Memory switch 63, bit 4-7)
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Memory Switch 65 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjusts the detect time for
the CI signal.
Increase/decrease the time specified in this switch
from the standard detect time. Determine it in bit 3
of Memory switch 65 whether increase or decrease.
Switch 7 6 5 4
Time
0001
10 msec
0010
20 msec
0011
30 msec
|
|
1111
150 msec
Adjust the detect time for
regarding as the CI signal.
0: decrease
1: increase
Not used
Increase/decrease the time specified in bit 4 to 7 of
Memory switch 65 from the standard detect time.
Not used
0
0
Beep if fax handset hanged
up
0: Yes
1: No
Determines if your fax beeps when having left the
fax’s handset hanging up after communication.
Memory Switch 66 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time for remote reception
Usage/Comments
Sets the time interval between the off-hook/onhook condition for remote reception. The total time
of this time and the time specified in 61 bit 4 to 7
will be the actual time.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
00000100
|
|
11111110
11111111
3-47
Time
0 ms
20 ms
40 ms
60 ms
80 ms
5080 ms
5100 ms
Initial setting
Memory Switch 67 to 69 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
3-48
Memory Switch 70 - Operation
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Display error line
0: No
1: Yes
Total line monitor
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
The number of error lines contained in the received
data will be shown in the LCD.
Sort autodialer printout
0: Sort by autodialer location
1: Sort by location ID
Print check message if power
is lost
0: No
1: Yes
Print page if error occurs
during memory transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Print check message
0: No
1: Yes
Stop printing check message
for a memory transmission by
pressing the stop key
0: No
1: Yes
Specifies how entries on autodialer printouts are
sorted.
Allows fax communication to be heard through the
monitor speaker.
In the event of two power losses in a 40-hour
period, documents will be lost. When power is
restored, a check message will print.
For easy identification, the first page of a document
stored for memory transmission will print along with
a check message if an error occurs during memory
transmission.
To notify the user of an error, a check message can
be printed if a communication error occurs.
Determines if pressing the stop key stops printing
the check message for a memory transmission.
Memory Switch 71 - Operation
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
4
3
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Not used
Not used
Print TCR with the original
page
Factory use only
Print TCR with the original
page
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Display modem speed
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
See table below
For easy identification, the first page of a document
stored for memory transmission will print along a
TCR.
The transmit/receive speed is displayed in the LCD.
Memory switch 71 … Print TCR with the original page
Switch 3
Switch 5
When Memory transmission was OK, …
When Memory transmission was NG, …
When all broadcast transmissions were OK, …
When some broadcast transmissions were NG, …
3-49
0
0
No
No
No
No
1
1
No
Yes
No
Yes
0
Yes
No
Yes
No
1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Memory Switch 72 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Erase polled document after
being polled
0: No
1: Yes
Print TCR after the batch
transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Determines if a document stored for polling is
erased after being polled.
Determines if the unit will print the transmission
confirmation report (TCR) after completing the
batch transmission.
Memory Switch 73 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-50
Memory Switch 74 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Memory Switch 75 to 79 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-51
Memory Switch 80 to 89 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Memory Switch 90 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-52
Memory Switch 91 to 97 and 99 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Memory Switch 98 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-53
3.4 Unique Switch Adjustment
3.4.1 Setting the Unique Switches
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 4.
2. Select the desired unique switch using numeric keypad or cursor key, and then press [Enter].
Important: The bits are numbered 7 through 0 --- bit 7 is left most.
3. To navigate through the memory switch settings:
•
•
•
•
Press key to move the cursor to the left.
Press > to move the cursor to the right.
Press the 0 (zero) or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed unique switch and advance to the next unique
switch. (If you want to cancel the setting of the displayed unique switch without saving, press
[Cancel].)
• Press STOP to return the unit to standby.
Note: You can confirm the initial setting of each Unique switch by the Unique Switch List.
The Unique Switch List will be printed by pressing MENU, *, 1, 0.
3.4.2 Clearing the Unique Switch
Resets the unique switches to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, 4.
2. Press [Clear].
3. Press [Enter] to reset the all unique switches to the factory defaults.
Note: If you want cancel the clearing the unique switches, press [Cancel].
Note: To return to the standby mode, press STOP.
3-54
Unique Switch 00 — Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Congestion tone detection
0: No
1: Yes
Ring back tone wait time
(seconds)
3.0 3.3 3.6 3.9
Switch 5: 0
0
1
1
Switch 4: 0
1
0
1
Not used
Setting this switch to “0”, ignores telephone line
congestion tones.
Sets the time until the ring back tone begins after
answering an incoming call in the Fax/Tel Ready or
Tel/Fax Ready mode.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 01 — Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
0
0
1
First displayed symbol when
pressing PAUSE/DIAL OPT.
Key
Chara. switch 2 switch 1
–/
0
0
–
0
1
–!
1
0
Not used
Determines what character will be displayed first
when pressing PAUSE/DIAL OPT. key.
–/ : Dialing pause
– : Hyphen
–! : Change to DTMF tone
Unique Switch 02 to 06 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
Usage/Comments
3-55
Not used
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 07 to 08 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-56
Unique Switch 09 - Dialer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-57
Unique Switch 10 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Transmission when the
detection of the first NSF is
disabled.
0: Transmit with the standard
protocol
1: Retry to detect NSF
Factory use only
Determines the action when the detection of the first
NSF is disabled.
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
The number of times PPR is detected during ECM transmission
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
Switch 1
0
0
1
1
Switch 0
0
1
0
1
3-58
Unique Switch 11 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-59
Unique Switch 12 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 13 to 14 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-60
Unique Switch 15 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Unique Switch 16 - Transmission
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
1
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Available *, # and space
upon F-code SUB/SEP
registration
0: No
1: Yes
Available *, # and space
upon F-code communicating
0: No
1: Yes
Available space in F-code ID
0: No
1: Yes
F-code sub-frame off
0: Send
1: Not send
Send F-code box’s TTI
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Retrieve document
0: No
1: Yes
Ignore F-code bit
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Determines if the unit checks the * (asterisk), #
(sharp) and space upon F-code SUB (subaddressing) /SEP (password) registration.
Determines if the unit checks the * (asterisk), #
(sharp) and space upon F-code communicating.
Determines if the space is checked in F-code ID.
Do not send the sub-address and password of Fcode box at the point of sending DCS signal after
EOM signal.
Transmit the sub-address and box name of F-code
box with F-code polling document.
Retrieve the document received in F-code
SecureMail box by polling transmission.
Neglect SEP bit of DTC signal or SUB bit of DCS
signal at F-code polled transmission.
Note: The “F-code communication” is possible the SecureMail and Polling operation using the F-code
(SUB/SEP/PWD/SID). However, it is not based on T.33 recommendation.
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Unique Switch 17 — Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
JBIG transmission
1
1
0
0
Determines how documents are stored in memory
for transmission.
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Unique Switch 18 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Disconnect the line when the
transmission speed falls
down to less than 7200 bps
0: No
1: Yes
Disconnect the line when the
transmission speed falls
down under 4800 bps
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Determine if the machine disconnects the phone
line when the transmission speed falls down to less
than 7200 bps.
Not used
Not used
Not used
Determines if the machine disconnects the phone
line when the transmission speed falls to less than
4800 bps.
Not used
Not used
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Unique Switch 19 - Transmission
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Unique Switch 20 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
4
1
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
1
Transmit CED signal during
manual/remote receive
0: No
1: Yes
Pseudo-ring start time
(seconds)
5 6 8 10
Switch 3: 0 0 1
1
Switch 2: 0 1 0
1
Determines if CED signal is sent during an on-hook
transfer.
Sets the time the pseudo-ring begins after
answering an incoming call.
(Fax/Tel Ready or Tel/Fax Ready mode only.)
Factory use only
Factory use only
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Unique Switch 21 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
T1 timer adjustment
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
When the unit switches to fax by on-hook transfer,
the unit will seize the telephone line and attempt to
handshake.
Switch 7 5 6 4
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
TCF check time
(in 100 ms units)
3
Usage/Comments
Settings
0s
2s
4s
6s
8s
10 s
12 s ← Initial setting
14 s
16 s
18 s
20 s
22 s
24 s
26 s
28s
30 s
If the TCF time is such that poor image quality is the
result, lengthen the TCF check time.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
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Time
0 ms
100 ms
200 ms
300 ms
400 ms
500 ms
600 ms
700 ms
800 ms
900 ms
1000 ms
1100 ms
1200 ms
1300 ms
1400 ms
1500 ms
Initial setting
Unique Switch 22 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
JBIG reception
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0: No
1: Yes
Receive the junk fax
0: Yes
1: No
Determines how documents from the remote fax
are received.
When the block junk fax feature was set to Mode 2
and the fax does not receive the TSI signal from the
remote fax, this switch determines if receiving a fax
other than those listed on the remote fax number,
which is set in the block junk dial list.
Not used
Call request when remaining
memory size is small
0:No
1:Yes
Setting this switch to “1” prompts a call request to
transmitter when remaining memory size is too
small after receiving the document which is not the
last page.
Unique Switch 23 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Number of seconds pseudoring rings (seconds)
30 40 50 60
Switch 1: 0
0
1
1
Switch 0: 0
1
0
1
Sets the length of time the pseudo-ring rings.
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Unique Switch 24 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 25 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
1
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-67
Unique Switch 26 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 27 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Receive reduction ratio for
fixed value (75 to 100 %)
Usage/Comments
Sets the fixed receive reduction ratio to value other
than 100%.
You can set the receive reduction rate from 75 to
100%.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
01001011
01001100
|
|
01100011
01100100
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Receive reduction rate
75 %
76 %
99 %
100 %
Unique Switch 28 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 26 - Reception
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
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Unique Switch 30 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
3429 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
5
1
0: No
1: Yes
3200 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
4
If the error frame occurs because of the symbol
rate is too high, setting this switch to “1” masks that
symbol rate and decreases the occurrence of error
frame.
1
0: No
1: Yes
3000 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
3
1
0: No
1: Yes
2800 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
2
1
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
1
0
2400 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0
See above (switch 5 to 2 of Memory switch 30).
1
0: No
1: Yes
Unique Switch 31 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Forced 2400 symbol rate
when probing SNR is
adverse
Usage/Comments
SNR means that Signal Noise Ratio.
If the SNR is less than the threshold you set, the
modem overrides the bandwidth evaluation
algorithm and forces the symbol rate to2400 baud.
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Unique Switch 32 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
V8 handshake in feeder TX
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
Determines if the handshaking will be done with the
V.8 recommendation during feeder transmission.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
ANSam time
0: 3 sec.
1: 4 sec.
Control channel speed
0: 1200 bps
1: 2400 bps
Factory use only
When setting this switch to “1”, the ANSam time
can be changed to 4 seconds.
Unique Switch 33 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
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Unique Switch 34 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Symbol rate adjustment
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Output attenuation for
second phone line
When re-transmission occurs frequently, set to “1”.
When set to 1, the re-transmission may not occur.
See table below.
Unique Switch 34…Output attenuation (for second phone line)
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
Unique Switch 35
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
DTMF output level
attenuation for second phone
line
See table below.
Unique Switch 35 … DTMF output level attenuation --- (Factory default is –5 dB)
Switch 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Switch 2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Switch 1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Switch 0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Attenuation
0 dB
1 dB
2 dB
3 dB
4 dB
5 dB
6 dB
7 dB
8 dB
9 dB
10 dB
11 dB
12 dB
13 dB
14 dB
15 dB
3-72
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Unique Switch 36 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Silent detection sensitivity
6
0
5
1
Usage/Comments
The closer the sensitivity setting is to –16 dB, the
less likely it will be that the unit will detect low level
noise on the line. This increases the possibility for
the unit to switch using the silent detection when in
the Ans/Fax Ready mode. The closer the setting is
to –43 dB, the more likely it is to detect noise.
This will
decrease the possibility of switching due to silent
detection.
Switch 6:
Switch 5:
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
-43 dB
0
0
–33 dB
0
1
–26 dB
1
0
–16 dB
1
1
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 37 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
Adjust
Not used
Not used
Not used
The delay before postmessage is transmitted
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Usage/Comments
If retraining occurs due to the low reception signal
level and delay in the telephone line, it may overlap
the second post-message. In this case, increase
the delay before the post-message is transmitted.
Switch 4:
Switch 3:
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
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0 ms
0
0
100 ms
0
1
200 ms
1
0
300 ms
1
1
Unique Switch 38 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 39 - Modem
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
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Unique Switch 40 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Hyper fine resolution
0: No
1: Yes
When set to “0”, Hyper fine resolution (16 × 15.4
dot/mm) changes into Super fine resolution (8 ×
15.4 dot/mm).
Unique Switch 41 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-75
Unique Switch 42 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 43 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Unique Switch 44 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Leading edge document
margin adjustment for
copying using ADF or FBS
Switch
Each setting changes
by 0.847mm.
3210
1111
1110
|
|
0010
0001
0000
Settings
12.705 mm
11.858 mm
|
|
1.694 mm
0.847 mm
0 mm
Unique Switch 45 to 49 - Scanner
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-77
Unique Switch 50 - Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Smoothing in “Gray”
resolution in copying
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in “S-Fine”
resolution in copying
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in “Fine”
resolution in copying
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in “Normal”
resolution in copying
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in H-Fine
resolution in received
document
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in S-Fine
resolution in receive mode
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in Fine resolution
in receive mode
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in Normal
resolution in receive mode
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Smoothes the data scanned in each resolution
mode. (Copying)
Smoothes the data scanned in each resolution
mode. (Received document)
Unique Switch 51 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Use pre-fixed threshold value
for receive reduction margin
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Print reduction
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
When this switch is set to “0”, the machine will
reduce or separate the received document
according to the reduction margin which is user set.
It’s better this switch is set to “1”.
If the document size is different from the recording
paper size in the paper cassette,
When set to “0”, print the image at 100 % size on
two or more pages.
When set to “1”, reduce printout to fit on one sheet.
3-78
Unique Switch 52 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
LED print head exposure
time adjustment
(for PCL printing)
1 step = 1.74 µs
2
0
1
0
0
0
Note: This setting takes
effect after turning the power
switch off/on.
Usage/Comments
Initial setting is “000000” and 39.06 µsec.
If you want to change the exposure time, set this
switch within the following range.
If you set the time to be shorter, the print density will
be light.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0 0 0 1 18.23 µs Lightest
0 0 1 0 19.97 µs
0 0 1 1 21.70 µs
0 1 0 0 23.44 µs
0 1 0 1 25.17 µs
0 1 1 1 28.65 µs
1 0 0 0 30.38 µs
1 0 0 1 32.12 µs
1 0 1 0 33.85 µs
1 1 0 0 37.33 µs
1 1 0 1 39.06 µs
1 1 1 0 40.80 µs
1 1 1 1 42.53 µs Darkest
Unique Switch 53 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
LED print head exposure
time adjustment
(for list printing
and test pattern printing)
1 step = 1.74 µs
Note: This setting takes
effect after turning the power
switch off/on.
Usage/Comments
Initial setting is “000000” and 28.65 µsec.
If you want to change the exposure time, set this
switch within the following range.
If you set the time to be shorter, the print density will
be light.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0 0 0 1 18.23 µs Lightest
0 0 1 0 19.97 µs
0 0 1 1 21.70 µs
0 1 0 0 23.44 µs
0 1 0 1 25.17 µs
0 1 1 1 28.65 µs
1 0 0 0 30.38 µs
1 0 0 1 32.12 µs
1 0 1 0 33.85 µs
1 0 1 1 35.59 µs
1 1 0 0 37.33 µs
1 1 0 1 39.06 µs
1 1 1 0 40.80 µs
1 1 1 1 42.53 µs Darkest
3-79
Unique Switch 54 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
LED print head exposure
time adjustment
(for receiving document
and copies)
1 step = 1.74 µs
Note: This setting takes
effect after turning the power
switch off/on.
Usage/Comments
Initial setting is “000000” and 28.65 µsec.
If you want to change the exposure time, set this
switch within the following range.
If you set the time to be shorter, the print density will
be light.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0 0 0 1 18.23 µs Lightest
0 0 1 0 19.97 µs
0 0 1 1 21.70 µs
0 1 0 0 23.44 µs
0 1 0 1 25.17 µs
0 1 1 1 28.65 µs
1 0 0 0 30.38 µs
1 0 0 1 32.12 µs
1 0 1 0 33.85 µs
1 0 1 1 35.59 µs
1 1 0 0 37.33 µs
1 1 0 1 39.06 µs
1 1 1 0 40.80 µs
1 1 1 1 42.53 µs Darkest
Unique Switch 55 - Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Ignore the size error with
bypass tray
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
If this switch is set “1”, the machine doesn’t detect
the paper mismatch error when using the bypass
tray.
Disable the printing margin
When this switch is set to “1”, the machine will not
mask the sides of the printed document.
0: No (204 mm print)
1: Yes (210 mm print)
Note: This switch is available only for European
version.
Factory use only
Primary copying upon printing
the received data
0: No
1: Yes
Setting to “1”, the copying job will interrupt the
printing job of a received document.
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Unique Switch 56 - Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
0
4
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Regards A3-sized document
as 11x17 sized document
0: Yes
1: No
Enable to image rotate
reception with the Half-letter
sized paper.
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Determine if the machine regards the A3-sized
document as 11x17 size document when it receives
an A3–sized document.
(for U.S. model only)
Determines if the rotate reception is active with the
half-letter sized paper.
(for U.S. model only)
Do not print when the paper
for separator page is not in
the selected paper cassette
Determines the machine’s action in the following
condition of “Separator page” feature:
There is no paper for “separator page” in the
selected paper cassette.
0: Print without Separator
page
1: Not print
When set to “1”, the machine will not print the
received document until the paper for separator
page is supplied in the selected paper cassette.
When set to “0”, the machine ignores the Separator
page feature setting for this reception.
Not used
3
0
Select paper when one
received document will be
printed on more than one
page.
2
1
For example: The machine receives a legal-sized
document with the following condition:
Receive reduction rate is 100%
The machine has Letter-sized and half letter sized
paper in the paper cassettes.
When setting this switch to “1”, the machine will
print the received legal-sized document on two
letter-sized paper.
When this switch is set to “0”, the machine will print
the received legal-sized document on three half
letter sized paper.
Factory use only
1
0
0
1
Factory use only
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Unique Switch 57- Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Transfer voltage adjustment
Usage/Comments
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
00001010
|
|
00000010
00000001
00000000
10000001
10000010
|
|
10001010
+1000 V
+200 V
+100 V
Standard voltage
– 100 V
– 200 V
– 1000 V
Unique Switch 58 - Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-82
Unique Switch 59 - Printer
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-83
Unique Switch 60 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Silent detection
0: No
1: Yes
Enables or disables silent detection during Ans/Fax
Ready mode.
Unique Switch 61 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
0
0
3-84
Unique Switch 62 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 63 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
0
0
3-85
Unique Switch 64 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 65 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
0
0
3-86
Unique Switch 66 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 67 – Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
CNG detection during OGM
output in Ans./Fax ready
mode
0: Yes
1: No
Number of DTMF detection
Determines if the machine detects the CNG signal
while the answering machine is outputting the OGM
(outgoing message) in Ans./Fax ready mode.
Sets the number of DTMF detection during the
Ans/Fax Ready mode.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101

1111
3-87
Number of detection
Not detect
1
2
3 Initial setting
4
5
15
Unique Switch 68 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 69 - Remote reception and TAD interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
0
0
3-88
Unique Switch 70 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
LCD error message
After an error message has printed, the setting of
0: Remains in LCD
this switch determines if the error message will
1: Returns to standby
remain in the display.
Buzzer/keypad volume
OFF Low Medium Maximum
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Not used
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 71 - Operation
7
Initial
Setting
0
Factory use only
6
0
Factory use only
5
1
Factory use only
4
0
Not used
3
0
Not used
2
0
Not used
1
0
0
0
RX document to polling
document
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Retrieve the document received in the memory by
polling transmission.
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Unique Switch 72 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Transmit the consumables
order sheet automatically
0: No
1: Yes
When set to “1”, the machine automatically
transmits the consumable order sheets to the
distributor’s office.
Note: For this feature to work correctly, you must
register several items in this machine. (See “3.14.1
Set consumable order sheet,” page 3-118.)
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch 73 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
Priority of consumable order
sheet printing
7
0
6
0
0: Print after the current
printing job completed
1: Print immediately
Factory use only
5
0
Factory use only
4
0
Factory use only
3
0
Factory use only
2
0
Factory use only
Print consumable order sheet
0: No
1: Yes
1
0
0
0
Usage/Comments
When this switch is set at “0”, the machine does not
print consumable order sheet until the current
printing job is finished.
If this switch is set to “1”, the machine will print the
consumable order sheet automatically when the
drum cartridge is near end of its design life or the
toner cartridge is near empty.
When set to “1”, the machine automatically
transmits the consumable order sheets to the
distributor’s office.
Note: For this feature work correctly, you must
register several items in this machine. (See “3.14.1
Set consumable order sheet,” page 3-118.)
Factory use only
3-90
Unique Switch 74 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Security reception after
printing Security Rx
document
0: Inactive
1: Active
Factory use only
When set to “1”, the security reception function
remains active even after printing the security
reception documents.
The transmission time on
TCR
0: Print
1: Blank
Factory use only
Determine if the transmission time will be printed on
the TCR.
Unique Switch 75 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Idle time until the machine
shifts to the sleep mode
Usage/Comments
The machine will automatically enter sleep mode
after the idle time has elapsed. The idle time can be
set by a user operation.
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Unique Switch 76 to 79 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 80 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
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Unique Switch 81 to 82 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 83 - Operation
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Display the phone line
number
0: No
1: Yes
1
1
0
0
Determine if the machine displays the phone line
number and its status during the fax communication
when the optional second phone line kit (AL-200)
has been installed.
When this switch is set to “1”, the machine displays
phone line number and its status on the right upper
corner of the LCD.
For example, the machine is transmitting using the
first phone line and it is receiving using the second
phone line, “L1:Tx” and “L2: Rx” are displayed
alternately on the right upper corner of the LCD.
Factory use only
3-93
Unique Switch 87 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Flash ROM polling (Host)
0: No
1: Yes
Flash ROM polling (Client)
0: No
1: Yes
If this machine is used as host machine which is
polled for the latest software update in this
machine, turn this switch to “1”.
Refer to page 3-131 to setup the software version
to be polled.
To update the software by polling from the other
F-360 that is programmed as the host machine,
turn this switch to “1”.
Refer to page 3-131 to poll for the latest software.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Print “year” on Activity journal
and TCR
0: No
1: Yes
Print last 25-digits of remote
number on TCR
0: No
1: Yes
Determines if printing the “• •”, followed by the last
25-digit of remote number on TCR, when the
remote number exceeded the ability of its column
on TCR.
Unique Switch 88 – Miscellaneous (for OP-150 setting)
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Disable the PCL feature of
OP-150
0: No
1: Yes
Disable the TWAIN feature of
OP-150
0: No
1: Yes
Not used
Usage/Comments
If this switch is set to “1”, the PCL print feature of
optional OP-150 is disabled.
If this switch is set to “1”, the TWAIN feature of
optional OP-150 is disabled.
Not used
Restriction of horizontal line
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
If memory over error caused enlarge processing
etc., change this switch to “1”.
Factory use only
Fixed output document on a
PC
0: Not fixed size
1: Fixed size
(See next page)
When scanning two or more documents, some
software applications cannot display the scanned
document if their size is not the same as the first
page.
Changing this switch to “1” may solve this problem.
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Unique Switch 89 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
3-95
Unique Switch 90 to 91 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 92 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
7
0
Data transfer time out setting
for TWAIN feature
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Usage/Comments
If the time out error occurs while the scanned data
is transferring to the PC, change the current
setting.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
|
|
11111100
11111101
11111110
11111111
3-96
0 minute
1 minute
2 minutes
3 minutes initial setting
252 minutes
253 minutes
254 minutes
255 minutes
Unique Switch 93 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Unique Switch 94 - for RS-232C interface
Switch
Initial
Setting
Adjust
Adjusts CI counter
7
0
6
1
5
0
4
1
3
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
Usage/Comments
If the remote fax machine disconnects the phone
line before the PC responds to the CI signal, the
fax regards that the PC is off and then it will receive
the next call.
In this case, increase the CI counter to be more
than the number of rings the PC receives.
Switch 3210 CI counter
0000
0 time
0001
1 time
0010
2 times
:
0101
5 times ← Initial setting
:
1110 14 times
1111 15 times
To reset this status, first initialise the PC’s fax
software and then the fax machine (press MENU,
6, 1, 0, 2, ENTER; see operating instructions for
more detail).
Factory use only
Factory use only
Fax reception while scanning
or printing through the RS232C
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Determines if the unit rejects fax reception or
receivies it while the PC scans or prints through the
RS-232C.
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Unique Switch 95 - Miscellaneous
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
4
3
1
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Not used
Display count down
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Priority of printing the check
message on A5(Portrait)
0: No
1: Yes
Paper size of F4-sized paper
Usage/Comments
When set to “1”, the machine will display drum and
toner count down when they are at the end of their
supply cycle.
When set to “1”, A5(Portrait) sized paper will be
given priority to print the check message.
Set the paper size of F4-sized paper.
Switch 1 0
00
01
10
Paper size (Width × Length)
210 mm × 330 mm (Initial setting)
216 mm × 342 mm
216 mm × 353 mm
Unique Switch 96 to 99 - Miscellaneous
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
3-98
3.5 Setting Individual Autodialer Attributes
This function allows the user to configure an individual one-touch or speed dial entry with the settings shown
in Memory Switches 10, 11, 12 and 13.
To set the individual attributes:
1. Change memory switch 15, bit 7 to a “1”. (See page 3-33.)
2. When the function is enabled, an “Attribute” option is added to the autodialer programming steps. As a onetouch or speed dial location is programmed, an extra step showing Attribute 1, Attribute 2, Attribute 3, and
Attribute 4 are added on the LCD.
3. Select desired attribute setting using the cursor key and then press [Enter].
4. Set the individual bit positions as shown in the following table. To change a setting, press < or > until the
cursor is the below the desired bit position; then press “1” or “0” to make the change.
5. Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed attribute and advance to the next attribute.
6. To set the other attribute, repeat steps 3-5.
7. When the last attribute is set, select “Exit” then press [Enter]. The machine will advance to the next
autodialer programming steps.
Attribute 1 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 10)
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Busy tone detection
Sets this switch to “0” if the ring tone of remote unit
0: No
is mistaken for a busy signal.
1: Yes
Fallback pattern (bps)
2400
4800
7200
9600 14400
Set at 0: 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times
Set at 1: 4 times 1 times 1 times 1 times 1 times
Overseas mode
Re-enables echo suppression that is disabled by the
0: No
CED signal (2100 Hz). Also ignores the first DIS
1: Yes
signal and transmits the DCS signal in response to
the second DIS signal.
V.29 Echo Protect tone
International telephone lines equipped with echo
0: No
suppression will cut the beginning portion of the
1: Yes
transmitted information which may cause the
receiver not to receive the training and data. To
protect the received image from degrading, a 0.5
second Echo Protect tone is placed prior to the
training using G3 high speed modem training
(V.29).
Maximum transmit speed (kbps)
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
3-99
Attribute 2 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 11)
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
0
4
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The time between reception of CFR and transmission of data. (For T.4.1 error)
When CFR and data overlap due to line echo, increase the interval between CFR
and data transmission using this switch.
250 ms 500 ms 750 ms 1000 ms
Switch 7 0
0
1
1
Switch 6 0
1
0
1
Interval between DCS and TCF. (For T.2.3 error.)
When FTT is received after DCS and TCF signals due to line echo, increase the
interval between DCS and TCF signals using this switch.
75 ms 300 ms 450 ms 600 ms
Switch 5 0
0
1
1
Switch 4 0
1
0
1
Output attenuation
See table below.
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
1
Memory Switch 11…Output attenuation
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Attribute 3 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 12)
Switch
Initial
Setting
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Data signaling rate (DCS)
0: V.17
1: V.33
Disable the memory to
memory transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Determines communication protocol.
If the remote machine is Muratec machine and it
has capability of “directly printing”, when setting this
switch to “1” will disable the “memory to memory
transmission”.
This switch will prevent a memory overflow error at
the remote Muratec machine.
Assigns European date format to the transmitted
TTI.
(Example: 31 Aug. 2001)
When set at “0”, transmission of the TTI is
disabled. (Note: Turning TTI transmission off may
violate local or federal regulations.)
The time limit to receive the response signal for the
ECM post message.
European date format on TTI
0: No
1: Yes
TTI transmit
0: No
1: Yes
ECM response time
0: 3 sec
1: 4.8 sec
ECM error retransmit time
The time limit before the ECM error is
0: 200 ms
retransmitted.
1: 400 ms
Interval between DIS and DCS. (For T.2.1 error)
0 ms 500 ms 1000 ms 1500 ms
Switch 1 0
0
1
1
Switch 0 0
1
0
1
3-100
Attribute 4 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch 13)
Switch
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
ANSam detection
0
0: Yes
1: No
V.34 transmission
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
Adjust
0: Yes
1: No
CSI/TSI/CIG transmit
0: Yes
1: No
ECM mode
0: On
1: Off
Retransmit automatically
when receiving RTN/PIN
signals
0: Yes
1: No
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
During the V8 handshake, if some noise disturbs
the handshake and an error occurs, set to “1”.
Individual setting for V.34 transmission.
When set at “1”, transmission of the CSI, TSI and
CIG signals are disabled.
Determines ECM mode. ECM mode reduces
document memory and may lengthen transmission
and reception times.
When set to “1”, retransmission disables
automatically if receiving RTN/PIN signals.
3-101
3.6 Clear Programmed Data / User Settings
User programmed information such as autodialer entries, date, time, Transmit Terminal Identifier (TTI),
Subscriber ID, etc., are stored in the unit’s Random Access Memory (RAM). A battery back up when the
power is lost holds this information.
This function does not clear the machine parameters, memory switches and unique switches. Therefore, this
setting is useful to reset the user programmed information but leave specific parameters and switches
configured for a particular telephone system, etc.
Note: If desired, the All RAM Clear setting can be used to erase all user programmed information, all
documents in memory, and reset the Memory switches and Unique switch parameters to factory
defaults. For information on the All RAM Clear setting, sees “3.7 All RAM Clear,” page 3-102.
1. To clear programmed data and user settings, from standby, press MENU, *, 0, 2.
2. Press [Enter].
Note: To finish the operation without performing initialization, press [Cancel].
3.7 All RAM Clear
The All RAM Clear setting will erase all user programmed information, all documents in memory, and reset
the Memory switches and Unique switch parameters to factory defaults.
This feature may also be used to try and clear a machine malfunction or lock up. If possible, when the All
RAM Clear is used to reset a malfunction or lock up, it is advisable to print the machine settings, one-touch
and speed dial listings to help in reprogramming this information.
Note: The All RAM Clear does not clear the machine parameters, life monitor and consumable order sheet.
If you need to clear them, see “3.2.2 Clearing the Machine Parameters,” page 3-2 and/or “3.16 Clear
Life Monitor,” page 3-120.
1. To perform an All RAM Clear, from standby, press MENU, *, 0, 3.
2. Press [Enter].
Note: To finish the operation without performing All RAM clear, press [Cancel].
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3.8 Printer maintenance mode
In case of the following, use this mode.
• When you have replaced the Fuser unit and/or Transfer roller.
• When “Please Call Service” message appears in the LCD, access this mode to determine the cause of the
“Please Call Service” error message.
When you replace the Fuser unit or Transfer roller, you must set the count of replacement
manually
To access the printer maintenance modes:
Note: Do not set these counters if you did not replace the Fuser unit or Transfer roller.
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 6.
The mode is contained within two main menu levels.
2. Press
or
to select “Set Replace Counter” on the LCD and then press ENTER.
3. The LCD shows:
4. If you have replaced the Fuser unit, select “Replace Fuser”, then press ENTER.
Otherwise, skip to step 6.
5. Press [Enter] to reset the fuser replacement counter.
After resetting the Fuser unit replacement counter, the machine will return to the standby mode.
6. If you replaced the transfer roller, select “Replace Transfer”, then press ENTER.
The LCD shows:
7. Press [Enter] to reset the Transfer roller replacement counter.
After resetting the Fuser unit replacement counter, the machine will return to the standby mode.
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When “Please Call Service” message is displayed on the LCD
To access the printer maintenance modes to determine the cause of the “Please Call Service” error message.
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 6. Then select “Service Call” using the cursor key.
2. Press ENTER.
The kind of printer error will be displayed. If there are two or more problems, the number of problems is
displayed in the upper right of the LCD.
For example, when “Heater error” and “Drum Fuse Error” has occurred, the LCD shows:
Number of errors
If happens more printer troubles, press to show the other printer error.
3. Press STOP to exit this mode.
Note: See “4.14.2 Please Call Service,” page 4-19 to 4-21 for the printer error messages and an
explanation of each are outlined.
3.9 Monitor speaker On/Off
If you need to monitor the signals of a fax communication, turn this mode to on. You can hear the signals with
the machine’s speaker during fax transaction.
Note: Be sure to turn this mode to off after finishing your work.
To turn on this mode, press MENU, *, 0, 8.
To turn off this mode, press MENU, *, 0, 8.
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3.10 Test Modes
This mode offers the ability to print a test pattern and monitor certain unit output functions. Included are the
following:
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9 to enter the test mode.
Press or of the cursor key to scroll through the test modes.
The following seven items are in this test mode:
• Life Monitor
• Test Pattern Print
• Document Feed Test
• Background Level Test
• Set Background Level
2. Select desired test mode using the cursor key, then press ENTER to entry.
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3.10.1 Life Monitor
The Life monitor displays the following items:
To display the Life monitor:
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9, ENTER.
2. Press STOP to exit this mode.
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3.10.2 Printer Test
The Printer Test mode offers seven different test patterns as shown below.
Pattern A
Pattern D
Pattern B
Pattern C
Pattern E
Pattern F
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9, then select “Test Pattern Print”.
2. Press ENTER.
3. Select the desired pattern using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
The selected pattern will print continuously.
Note: Press STOP to cancel the printing.
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Pattern G
3.10.3 Feeder test
The feeder test discharges all documents in the automatic document feeder at a constant speed and displays
the total pages fed in the ADF.
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9, then select “Document Feed Test”.
2. Press ENTER.
3. Place the documents on the automatic document feeder.
4. Press [Start] to start the feeder test.
5. Press [Exit] or STOP to exit this test mode.
3.10.4 Port Status
This mode shows the status of the various ports of the machine.
This is not applicable to field service.
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9, then select “Port Status”. Then press ENTER.
3.10.5 Set Background Level
The background level is an established threshold used to help measure the reflective ability of a scanned
document. This threshold can change if the CIS, scanner lamp, CCD, or the ballast is replaced; therefore this
mode should be used to reset the threshold when these items are changed.
The Set Background Level mode allows the level to be set without erasing memory contents.
Note: The background seal (white tape) in the neighborhood of the contact glass should be cleaned prior to
setting the background level to ensure an accurate reading.
1. Press MENU, *, 0, 9, then select “Background Level Test”. Then press ENTER.
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3.11 Print Parameter list
This function instructs the unit to print a list of the Machine parameter, Memory switch and Unique switch
settings. The list shows the default and current settings for each.
To print the parameter lists, press MENU, *, 1, 0, ENTER.
3.12 Factory Test Functions
The factory functions provide the following machine test modes:
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1.
2. To select the desired test mode using cursor key, then press ENTER.
3.12.1 Function List
Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Then select “Factory Function List”, then press ENTER.
A list of the Factory Functions will print.
3.12.2 LED Test
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “LED Test”, then press ENTER.
2. Pressing MENU, toggle between all LEDs turn on and off.
3. Press STOP to exit the test mode.
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3.12.3 LCD Test
This mode displays two test patterns in LCD.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “LCD Test”, then press ENTER.
2. Pressing MENU, toggle between all dots on the LCD turn on and off.
3. Press STOP to exit the test mode.
3.12.4 Key Panel Test
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “Panel Test”, then press ENTER.
2. As each button on the keypad is pressed, a representative name as show in the following table will be
displayed.
Key
LCD contrast key
Indication in LCD
Contrast
Key
Cursor key
(Up/Down/Left/Right)
Soft Key 1 to 8
Internet Fax
Copy
AnyKey 1 to AnyKey 8
I-Fax
Copy
ENTER
CANCEL
Select function key
(Left/Center/Right)
Stop
Start
Numeric keys
(0 to 9, * and #)
MENU0
Stop
Start
0 through 9, *, #
Menu
MACRO PROGRAM
Macro keys
One-touch keys
01 through 56
Programmable Onetouch keys
P57 to P60
BACK
Back
3. Press STOP twice to cancel the key panel test.
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Indication in LCD
Cursor U
Cursor D
Cursor L
Cursor R
Enter
Cancel
SoftKey L
SoftKey C
SoftKey R
Macro
M01 through M03
01 through 55
57 through 60
3.12.5 SRAM Check
This mode is used to test the SRAM memory where user programmed parameters such as date, time, TTI,
etc. are stored.
Note: When this test is executed, the unit will perform an All RAM Clear.
The All RAM Clear erases all user settings and resets all memory switches, machine parameters and unique
switches to factory defaults.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “SRAM Check” using the cursor key.
2. Press ENTER. The machine will start the SRAM check.
Note: To finish the operation without performing SRAM check, press STOP.
The data is written to, then read from, each address. The results are shown in the display.
If the read/write test is successful the display will show “OK”.
If some portion of the read/write test fails, the display will show “NG” with the address and the data name.
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3.12.6 DRAM Check
This mode is used to test the DRAM memory, or document memory.
Note: When this test is performed, an All DRAM Clear will be performed by the unit. The All RAM clear erases
all user settings and resets all memory switches, machine parameters and unique switches to factory
defaults.
This is a read/write test that requires a few moments to complete.
Note: Perform a DRAM test whenever a memory upgrade is added to the unit.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “DRAM Check”, then press ENTER.
2. Depending on the amount of DRAM in the unit, press 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 on the numeric keypad.
Please refer to the following table.
Note: Usually, enter “0”.
Press
0
1
2
3
4
Check area
All DRAMs
The DRAM on the Main PCB. (8MB)
The 8MB Optional expansion memory PCB
or
The first 8MB DRAM on the 24MB Optional expansion memory PCB
The second 8MB DRAM on the 24MB Optional expansion memory PCB
The third 8MB DRAM on the 24MB Optional expansion memory PCB
3. Press ENTER.
The machine starts checking and the result (OK/NG) will be shown in the display.
In following sample display, the DRAM on the main PCB is OK and DRAM on the expansion memory PCB
is NG or has not been attached.
4. Press STOP to exit the test mode.
3.12.7 RTC(real time clock) Test
This test mode is not applicable to field service of this machine.
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3.12.8 RS-232C Test
This mode performs a return back test of the optional RS-232C port.
Important: Before doing the RS-232C test, connect the 2-pin and 3-pin of the RS-232C interface (see step 1,
below). If not, the RS-232C test does not operate correctly.
1. Connect a special return back test connector with RS-232C interface connector.
2. Press MENU, *, 1, 1. Select “RS232C”, then press ENTER.
3. Press ENTER.
The results are shown in the display.
If the test is successful, the display will show “OK”.
If the test is failed, the display will show “NG”.
4. Press STOP to exit the RS-232C test mode and return to standby mode.
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3.13 Line Tests
This mode offers several internal tests and the ability to monitor certain unit output functions. Included are
relay tests, modem signal output monitoring, and DTMF output monitoring.
3.13.1 Relay Test
This mode tests the on/off operation of various relays and switches.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 2.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the main board.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press ENTER.
3. Select “Relay Test”, then press ENTER.
A list of abbreviations representing the various relays and switches will appear in the display.
4. Select the relay you want to set to ON by cursor key, then press ENTER. When it is set to ON, it will be
shaded. If you want to set it to OFF, select relay and then press ENTER again.
5. Press STOP to exit the relay test mode, and the machine will return to the standby mode.
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3.13.2 Tonal Signal Test
The tonal signal test permits the unit’s output tones to be monitored.
Note: To monitor the tones, an external monitoring device must be connected to the telephone line jack.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 2.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the main board.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press ENTER.
3. Select “Tonal Test”, then press ENTER.
4. Select the desired tonal signal using cursor key.
Refer to the following table.
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
01
None (stop signal)
11
FSK black (all 1)
02
462 Hz tone
12
FSK White 1 : Black 1
03
1080 Hz tone
13
V27_1200_2400 picture data
04
1300 Hz tone
14
V27_1600_4800 picture data
05
1650 Hz tone
15
V27_2400_7200 picture data
06
1700 Hz tone
16
V27_2400_9600 picture data
07
1800 Hz tone
17
V17_2400_7200 picture data
08
1850 Hz tone
18
V17_2400_9600 picture data
09
2100 Hz tone
19
V17_2400_12000 picture data
10
FSK white (all 0)
20
V27_2400_14400 picture data
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
21 – 29
V34_2400_2400 to 21600
51 – 62
V34_3200_4800 to 31200
30 – 39
V34_2800_4800 to 26400
63 – 75
V34_34290_4800 to 33600
40 – 50
V34_3000_4800 to 28800
76
Voice
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5. Press ENTER to output the signal.
When you select the output signal from No.01 to No.12, No.21 to No.76, the output signal will begin.
When you select the output signal from No.13 to No.20, the black and white ratio can be changed.
Select the desired ratio of the white and black and then press ENTER.
To stop outputting the tonal signal, press STOP.
6. To select another tonal signal, repeat steps 1-5.
Otherwise, proceed to step 7.
7. Press STOP to return to standby.
3.13.3 DTMF Output Test
The DTMF output test permits the unit’s DTMF tones to be monitored.
Note: To monitor the tones, an external monitoring device must be connected to the telephone line jack.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 2.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the main board.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press ENTER.
3. Select “DTMF Test”, then press ENTER.
Signal
Signal
DTMF 0: (941 Hz + 1336 Hz)
ROW 1: (697 Hz)
DTMF 1: (697 Hz + 1209 Hz)
ROW 2: (770 Hz)
DTMF 2: (697 Hz + 1336 Hz)
ROW 3: (852 Hz)
DTMF 3: (697 Hz + 1477 Hz)
ROW 4: (941 Hz)
DTMF 4: (770 Hz + 1209 Hz)
COL 1: (1209 Hz)
DTMF 5: (770 Hz + 1336 Hz)
COL 2: (1336 Hz)
DTMF 6: (770 Hz + 1477 Hz)
COL 3: (1477 Hz)
DTMF 7: (852 Hz + 1209 Hz)
COL 4: (1633 Hz)
DTMF 8: (852 Hz + 1336 Hz)
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DTMF 9: (852 Hz + 1477 Hz)
DTMF *: (941 Hz + 1209 Hz)
DTMF #: (941 Hz + 1477 Hz)
4. Select the desired DTMF tone using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
The output signal will begin. To stop outputting the DTMF tone, press STOP.
5. To select another DTMF tone, repeat step 4.
Otherwise, proceed to step 6.
6. Press STOP to return to standby.
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3.14 Consumable order sheet
When the drum cartridge has reached its design life or the toner cartridge is empty, the machine prints or
transmits the consumable sheet.
Note: This feature’s default setting is OFF (Do not print or transmit the consumable sheet).
To print out the consumable order sheet automatically, set the bit 1 of Unique switch 73 to “1” (see
page 3-90.)
To transmit the consumable order sheet automatically, set the bit 3 of Unique switch 72 to “1” (see
page 3-90.)
When both switches are set to “1”, the machine transmits the sheet, and does not print it.
3.14.1 Set consumable order sheet
If using this feature, you should enter following items:
• Customer Support Center’s fax number
• Customer Support Center’s phone number
• How many pages can be printed after “Toner Low” message appears
• How many pages can be printed after “Drum Near End” message appears
• Distributor’s name
• Customer’s code
• Customer’s name
• Customer’s address
• Customer’s phone number
• Machine’s serial number
1. Clear the junk data, if necessary (see “3.14.3 Clear consumable order sheet,” page 3-120).
2. Press MENU, *, 1, 5. Select “Set Order Form” using the cursor key.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Select desired item using the cursor key then press ENTER.
5. After registering, select “Exit” and then press ENTER to save the setting.
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Customer Support Center’s fax number:
The fax number may be up to 20 characters in length.
Customer Support Center’s phone number:
The phone number may be up to 20 characters in length.
How many pages can be printed after “Toner Low” message appears:
You can set 000 to 100.
How many pages can be printed after “Drum Near End” message appears:
You can set 000 to 999.
Distributor’s name
The name may be up to 30 characters in length.
Customer’s code
The customer’s code may be up to 10 characters in length.
Customer’s name
The name may be up to 30 characters in length.
Customer’s address (upper low)
The address may be up to 30 characters in length.
Customer’s address (lower low)
The address may be up to 30 characters in length.
Customer’s phone number
The phone number may be up to 20 characters in length.
Machine’s serial number
The serial number may be up to 18 characters in length.
3.14.2 Print consumable order sheet
To check if the customer’s information has been registered correctly, print the consumable order sheet.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 5. Select “Print Order Form” using the cursor key.
2. Press ENTER to print the consumable order sheet.
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3.14.3 Clear consumable order sheet
The consumable order sheet keeps several items. These are not cleared by the All RAM clear function
(MENU *, 3).
To clear the information of the consumable order sheet:
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 5. Select “Reset Order Form” using the cursor key.
2. Press ENTER.
3. To clear the information of the consumable order sheet, press [Yes].
To finish the operation without clearing, press [No].
3.15 DRAM Clear
Note: Perform a DRAM clear whenever a memory upgrade is installed in the unit or the DRAM is replaced.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 6, ENTER.
2. To clear the DRAM, press [Enter].
To finish the operation without clearing, press [Cancel].
3.16 Clear Life Monitor
The life monitor keeps several types of information of the machine. (See “3.10.1 Life Monitor,” page 3-106.)
This mode clears the life monitor.
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 7.
If the life monitor protection passcode has been set (see “3.17 Set life monitor passcode,” page 3-121), the
machine asks to enter the passcode. Otherwise, skip to step 3.
2. Enter the passcode and then press ENTER. The LCD will show:
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3.17 Set life monitor passcode
This is the passcode that protects the life monitor clear operation. If it is not necessary to protect the life
monitor clear operation, abort this operation without entering the life monitor passcode.
To create the passcode:
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 9.
2. Enter the passcode using the numeric keypad, and then press ENTER.
To modify the existing passcode:
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 9. The machine asks you to enter the current passcode.
2. Enter the current passcode correctly.
If you have entered the correct passcode, the LCD will show:
3. Enter the new passcode using the numeric keypad, and then press ENTER.
To turn off the protection passcode:
1. Press MENU, *, 1, 9. The machine asks you to enter the current passcode.
2. Enter the current passcode correctly.
If you have entered the correct passcode, the LCD will show:
3. Enter the 0000 (four zeros), and then press ENTER.
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3.18 Life monitor maintenance
When you replace the main control PCB, you should register the previous counter values of the life monitor.
1. Before updating the software or replacing the main control PCB, you must write down the counter values of
the life monitor.
2. To confirm the life monitor, see “3.10.1 Life Monitor,” page 3-106.
3. After you write down the counter values of the life monitor, update the software or replace the main control
PCB.
4. Then press MENU, *, 2, 0.
Enter previous value of the drum replaced count.
5. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the total pages printed with the current drum.
6. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the toner replaced count.
7. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the toner life
8. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the fuser replaced count.
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9. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the fuser life.
10. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the transfer replaced count.
11. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the transfer roller life.
13. Then press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the drum operation time.
14. Press ENTER.
Enter previous value of the printer operation time.
15. Press ENTER. The machine returns to its standby mode.
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3.19 Sensor input test
This mode can confirm the sensor status. When the sensor operates, the value next to sensor name changes
0 to 1. For example, when opening the 1st paper cassette, the CAS1:0 change to CAS1:1.
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 2.
Code
CAS1
Sensor
name
CASOP
CAS2
CASOP
HPES
HPES
PSS
PSS
JAM1
JCOP
JAM2
JCOP
C2U
-----
PDS
PDS
PES1
PES
PES2
PES
2BU
-----
PDS2
TEMP
-----
BATT
-----
HVR
-----
Status
Code
0:1st cassette is close
1:1st cassette is open
0:2nd cassette is close
1:2nd cassette is open
0:No paper
1:Detect paper
0: No paper
1: Detect paper
0: 1st side cover is close
1: 1st side cover is open
0: 2nd side cover is close
1: 2nd side cover is open
0: No 2nd cassette
1: 2nd cassette is attached
0: No paper
1: Detect paper jam
0: No paper in 1st cassette
1: Detect paper is 1st cassette
0: No paper in 2nd cassette
1: Detect paper is 2nd cassette
0: No 2-bin tray
1:2-bin tray is attached
0: No paper
1: Detect paper jam
Show the internal
temperature of machine.
Show the voltage of the
SDRAM backup battery.
Show the resistance of
the transfer roller.
DS1
DS2
DB4
TXIL
TOP
RXIL
HV24
FAN
RMOT
LMOT
DRUM
DSW
THRM
TONR
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Name
DS1
Status
0: Off
1: On
DS2
0: Off
1: On
DB4
0: Off
1: On
TXIL
0: Scanner cover is close
1: Scanner cover is open
TCS
0: Top cover is close
1: Top cover is open
Cover SW
0: Printer cover is close
1: Printer cover is open
Fuse of HVPS 0: Normality
1: Abnormal
Fan motor
0: Turning
1: Stop
Rx motor
0: Turning
1: Stop
------Not available for this
machine.
DRUM SW
0: No Drum cartridge
1: Detect drum cartridge
Not available for USA
version
----Show the temperature of
Heater roller.
----Show the remaining toner
level.
3.20 Printer diagnostic mode
This mode can confirm the operation of parts in the printer section.
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 3.
2. Select the device you want to set to ON by cursor key, then press ENTER. When it is set to ON, it will be
shaded. If you want to set it to OFF, select that device and then press ENTER again.
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3.21 Internet Fax Service mode
This mode is used only when the optional Internet fax kit has been installed.
This mode provides the following four items:
• All clear of the information in the optional Internet fax board
• Clear the Administrator’s information
• Display the sum-check of the internet fax board
• Send e-mail for user registration
3.21.1 Clear the information in the optional Internet fax board
To clear the Internet fax settings:
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 4.
2. Select “Backup Data Clear” using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
3. To clear the all information of the Internet fax setting, press [Yes].
If you want to cancel this operation, press [No].
4. To reflect the setting, turn the power off, and then turn on.
Note: You can clear this message by pressing [OK], however the setting is not reflected until to the power
is turned off and on.
Note: When you performed the All RAM clear (see page 3-102) or User data clear (see page 3-102), the
information of Internet fax board will be cleared. So, after doing them, turn the power off and on to
reflect the clearing.
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3.21.2 Clear the Administrator’s information
Use this mode when the user forgets the administration passcode.
To clear the Administrator’s information:
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 4.
2. Select “Delete Manager” using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
3. To clear the all information of the Administrator, press [Yes].
If you want to cancel this operation, press [No].
3.21.3 Display the Checksum of Internet fax board
This mode displays the software version and checksum of the optional Internet fax board.
To display them:
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 4.
2. Select “Display Checksum” using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
3. Press [Exit] or STOP to return to the standby mode.
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3.21.4 Send E-mail for user registration
After installing the IF-300, send the e-mail to the customer support center using this mode.
To send the user registration e-mail:
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 4.
2. Select “System Registration” using the cursor key, then press ENTER.
3. Follow the steps listed on the LCD to complete the registration of the IF-300 opton.
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3.22 Update the software
3.22.1 Update the software by Flash ROM writer
Here’s instructions on how to update the software version of the Flash ROM.
Important: To update the software, it needs the flash ROM writer and four (or six) of the latest versions of
EPROMs — ROM0, ROM1, ROM2, ROM3, CGROM0 and CGROM1.
1. Turn off the power switch.
2. If you will update six ROMs (ROM0 – CGROM1), set JP1 to ON.
If you will update only four ROMs (ROM0 - ROM3), set JP1 to OFF.
And confirm the BOOT ROM is set correctly.
3. If you will update CGROMs, set the six ROMs to the Flash ROM writer.
If you will not update CGROMs, set the four ROMs (ROM0, ROM1, ROM2 and ROM3) to the Flash ROM
writer.
Note: Be careful of the direction of the ROMs when you attach them.
4. Remove the Access cover and connect the cables as follows:
Flash ROM writer
Main control PCB
P1 <---------------------> P14A
P2 <---------------------> P14C
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5. Turn the power on and then press SW1 on the board.
“0” will be indicated on the left ROM NO. and “1” will be on the right ROM NO.
Dots will be lighted on the CHECK SUMs.
6. The Flash ROM writer erases the current program in the machine, then starts writing the new program to
the machine.
Note: The CGROM0 is indicated as “4” and the CGROM1 is “5”.
7. At the end of this operation (it takes a few minutes), the Flash ROM writer indicates the Check Sums of the
last ROMs.
8. Pressing the SW1, confirm the Check Sums as follows:
Check Sum of ROM0, Check Sum of ROM1
(Pressing SW1)
Check Sum of ROM2, Check Sum of ROM3
(Pressing SW1)
Check Sum of ROM4(CGROM0), Check Sum of ROM5(CGROM1)
(Pressing SW1)
If the Check Sum indicated on the Flash ROM writer and the one written on the ROM are not same,
confirm that the cable connection and the ROM placement, then perform from step 1 again.
9. Turn off the power switch, then disconnect the cables.
10. Re-attach the Access cover.
Error code
If the error occurred during writing, the following error code will be appeared:
E.02: Maker code read error
E.04: Sector erase error
E.05: Writing error
E.06: Sum check error
E.07: Time out error
When the above errors occur, turn off the power switch, confirm the cable connection and the ROM
placement, and then perform from step 1 again.
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3.22.2 Update the software by polling to the host machine.
Here’s instructions on how to update the software version of the Flash ROM by polling a host machine.
Important: To make this feature available, turn bit 5 of Unique SW 87 to “1”.
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 5. The LCD will show:
Flash Polling
Input Number of Host
2. Enter the phone number of the host fax machine.
3. Press START.
The machine will download the software from the host machine and replace the existing software on your
machine with downloaded software.
3.22.3 Setting the Flash ROM to be polled by a request from the client
fax machine.
Important: To make this feature available, turn bit 6 of Unique SW 87 to “1”.
Important: The latest version software should be installed in your machine.
When the client fax machine requests a download of the software from your machine, your machine confirms
if the software version is the same as the client machine’s and is in the version list you have entered in step 2
below.
If the same software version of client fax machine is in the version list, your machine will send only the
differences between that version and the latest version.
If the software version of the client fax machine is not in the version list, your machine will send all parts of the
latest software to the client fax machine.
1. Press MENU, *, 2, 6. The LCD will show:
Flash Polling (Host)
Ver1 : A0A0A0 / 11111111
2. Enter the previous software version, not the latest version installed in your machine.
To move the cursor, press < or >.
To enter the number, use the numeric key pad.
To enter alphabet or number, press or until the desired character has appeared.
3. After you finished entering, press ENTER.
The machine asks you to enter the previous software version.
If you want to enter the other one, repeat steps 2-3. Otherwise, go to next step.
4. Press STOP.
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Section4
Troubleshooting Procedures
4.1 Troubleshooting Outline
Before troubleshooting a unit check the following:
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Is the power cord correctly connected to the machine?
Are the telephone handset and the telephone line cord connected correctly?
Is there paper in the paper cassette?
Are all covers closed correctly?
Before removing any portions of the machine or making any adjustments be sure the
power cord is disconnected from the unit. Check the following:
• The power source should be rated according to unit specifications.
• The unit should not be connected to an electrical circuit with other equipment or where voltages may
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vary.
The unit should be installed on a flat, level surface.
The ambient temperature and relative humidity surrounding the unit should be 50°F to 89.6°F (10°C to
32°C) at 20% to 80% humidity with no condensation.
The unit should be located in a well ventilated area.
The unit should receive necessary cleaning and maintenance.
The unit should be installed:
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Away from heat sources and heating or cooling vents.
Away from water heaters, steam generators, humidifiers or other areas of high humidity.
Away from dusty areas.
Away from areas where chemical fumes or gasses are generated or may collect.
Away from areas exposed to direct sunlight.
Check the consumable:
• Verify that the recording paper supply is adequate and that it is high- or standard-quality 20lb.
xerographic bond.
• Verify that the recording paper has been stored away from moisture and damp areas.
• Verify that the recording paper has not been damaged in any way.
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4.2 Recording Paper Jam
Symptom: Recording paper did not exit the paper cassette properly or jam occurred in the print area.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify that the recording paper conforms to the type specified for use in the machine and that it has not
been damaged or exposed to moisture.
2. Make sure the recording paper is properly loaded into the multipurpose tray and cassette and the
cassette is properly closed.
3. Clean the paper feed rollers of any paper dust buildup. (Clean using a lint-free cotton cloth moistened
with a cleaning designed for use on rubber rollers.) Replace the paper feed rollers if worn or damaged.
4. Check the cassette pressure springs for proper installation and operation.
5. Verify that the paper has reached sensor PSS. If it has, check the operation of PSS.
6. Verify the paper take up roller is turning. If not, check the main motor. If the main motor is turning,
check the operation of the paper feed solenoid PFCL.
7. If the main motor does not turn, replace the main motor, the power supply unit or the main control PCB.
8. Check for obstructions in the paper path.
Symptom: Recording paper jammed as it was exiting the unit into the receive paper tray.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Check for obstruction in the paper path.
2. Check the paper discharge sensor (PDS) for proper operation.
3. Clean the exit roller using a lint-free cloth moistened with a cleaning solution designed for use on rubber
rollers. Replace the exit roller if worm or damaged.
4. Verify the fuser rollers are clean and not damaged. If worn or damaged, replace the fuser.
4.3 Document Feeder Jam
Symptom: Original document did not feed into or exit scanner properly, document feeder error message.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify the original documents conform to the specifications designed for use in the machine and that
they are not damaged in any way.
2. Verify the number of documents placed into the feeder does not exceed its maximum capacity.
3. Verify the scanner cover is closed properly.
4. Remove any foreign substances from inside the scanner area.
5. Verify that all of the document feed rollers are clean and not damaged. Clean using a lint-free cotton
cloth moistened with a cleaning solution designed for use on rubber rollers. Replace the rollers if worn
or damaged.
6. Check the operation of DS1 at connector P51, pins 1-3, on the Connect ADF PCB.
7. Check the operation of the separator roller, and the pick-up roller.
8. Verify the operation to the ADF Motor at connector P18B, pins 1-4 on the main control PCB.
9. Verify that the document feeds into the unit and stops. If the document does not stop, check the
operation of DS2 at connector P51, pins 1-2, on the Connect ADF PCB.
10. Check all connectors and cables.
11. Check the operation of the main control board.
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4.4 Document Feeder Multi-feeding or Skew
Symptom: Two or more pages of a multi-page document are fed at once.
The document is fed with a skew. Slight skewing may sometimes occur.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify that the original documents conform to the specifications designed for use in the machine and
they are not damaged in any way.
2. Verify the pages of the document are not stuck together from glue, wet or damp correction fluid, tape,
etc.
3. Verify the feed roller, separator roller and retard roller are clean and not damaged. Clean using a lintfree cotton cloth moistened with a cleaning solution designed for on rubber rollers. Replace these items
if worn or damaged.
4.5 Transmit Error
Symptom: Check message prints after attempting transmission.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Reference the error code on the check massage or the journal to the error code list contained in this
section.
4.6 Transmit Black Lines
Symptom: A black line appears on all documents transmitted or copied.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Print a document from memory (mode list, journal, etc.) to determine if the problem is in the scanner. If
the black line in not on the memory print outs, the problem is not in the scanner.
2. Check for a foreign object in the feeder.
3. Clean the contact glass.
4. Check for wire or other foreign object obstructing the light path to the CCD.
4.7 Cannot transmit
Symptom: The unit will not transmit
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify the telephone line cord is properly installed and plugged into the correct type of wall jack.
2. Check for dial tone at the unit and wall jack. If no dial tone is present at the unit, check the NCU PCB.
3. Verify that the correct telephone number has been dialed or that the correct telephone number is
programmed in the autodialer.
4. Insure Security TX turned off.
5. Place a call through the monitor and check for excessive noise or interference on the telephone line.
6. Verify that the remote location is capable of receiving by checking the following:
6.1 Place a call to the remote machine and verify that if auto answers.
6.2 Insure that the remote machine does not have closed network or block junk fax turned on.
6.3 Transmit to another location.
7. Check the operation of NCU PCB and the main control PCB.
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4.8 Receive Errors
Symptom: Check message prints after attempting a reception.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Reference the error code on the check message or the journal to the error code list contained in this
section.
4.9 Will not Auto-Answer
Symptom: The unit rings but will not auto-answer.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Check the power cord and AC switch.
2. Verify the telephone line is properly installed.
3. Verify recording paper in the paper cassette.
4. Check the memory capacity. The unit will not answer incoming calls if memory full.
5. Check the number of rings is set to answer on. If set to a high number of rings, the transmitting unit
may “time out”.
6. Insure the unit is in the Fax Ready mode.
7. Check the operation of the NCU PCB and the main control PCB.
4.10 Clearing Jammed Paper
To remove the document:
1. Open the scanner cover. If you can remove the document, remove it and skip to step 3.
If not, proceed to step2.
2. Open the inner cover and lift the document from the machine.
3. Gently close the scanner cover, making sure both sides are snapped down securely.
Note: If the original document has become wrinkled or torn, do not re-send it.
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If a printout jams inside your machine
To clear a printout jammed inside your machine:
Important: Be careful not to put your hand between the top cover and the machine.
1. Open the top cover.
2. Open the printer cover.
3. Remove the toner and drum cartridge.
Important: Shield the drum cartridge from light, especially strong light. Later, if you have to remove the
cartridge from the fax, immediately wrap it in a thick cloth to protect it from light.
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4. Remove the jammed paper.
CAUTION:
The fuser unit becomes very hot.
Do not touch the fuser unit when you are removing a paper jam.
Note: Avoid getting “unfixed” toner on your hands and clothes.
Open the side cover.
Raise the jam release lever to remove the jammed paper.
5. Reset the toner and drum cartridge.
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6. Gently close the printer cover, pressing firmly on the both sides of the printer cover until you hear it
click.
7. Gently close the top cover, pressing firmly on the both sides of the top cover until you hear it click.
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4.11. Image Quality Problems
The following provides guidelines for troubleshooting the printer engine and actions to be taken. Before
removing any portion of the machine or making any internal adjustments, be sure power to the unit is
OFF. Suggested corrective actions should be performed in order as listed. Most conditions can be
corrected by performing routine preventative maintenance steps. If printer or print quality problems occur,
check the following.
The unit:
1. Should have the power cord correctly connected.
2. Should be connected to a power source that is rated to machine specifications.
3. Should be installed on a flat, level surface.
4. Should receive good ventilation.
5. Should not be connected to an electrical circuit with other equipment or where voltages may vary.
6. Should not be installed near a direct heating or cooling source or vent.
7. Should not be exposed to high dust concentration.
8. Should not be exposed to direct sunlight
9. Should not be exposed to high temperatures, high humidity, steam or chemical fumes.
4.11.1 Blank pages
Symptom: Page is solid white.
Poor development
• Remove the toner cartridge and shake it a few times to redistribute the toner inside. If the problem
persists, replace the toner cartridge.
• The drum cartridge or toner cartridge may be not installed correctly. Install each cartridge correctly.
Improper LED exposure
• Replace the LED Print Head Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
Improper charging
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
4.11.2 Black pages
Symptom: Page is solid black.
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Improper LED exposure
• Replace the LED Print Head Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
Improper charging
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
4.11.3 Printout too light
Symptom: Printed image is faint or does not print solid.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor development
• Remove the toner cartridge and shake it a few times to redistribute the toner inside. If the problem
persists, replace the toner cartridge.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Clean the LED print head.
Defective Drum
• Replace the Drum Cartridge.
Poor image transfer
• Replace the Image Transfer Unit.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
4.11.4 Printout too dark
Symptom: Printed image is faint or does not print solid.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor development
• Remove the toner cartridge and shake it a few times to redistribute the toner inside. If the problem
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persists, replace the toner cartridge.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Clean the LED print head.
Defective Drum
• Replace the Drum Cartridge.
Poor image transfer
• Replace the Image Transfer Unit.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
4.11.5 Blurred background
Symptom: Copies show a gray or dark background.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor development
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Replace the High Voltage Unit.
Replace the Main Control PCB.
Replace the Toner Cartridge.
Replace the Drum Cartridge.
4.11.6 Uneven print density
Symptom: Image graduates from dark to light across page.
A B CDE
A B CDE
A B CDE
A B CDE
A B CDE
Poor development
• Remove the toner cartridge and shake it a few times to redistribute the toner inside. If the problem
persists, replace the toner cartridge.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Clean the LED print head.
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Defective Drum
• If the drum surface for moisture condensation found, leave drum in unit with power on to dry.
• Replace the Drum Cartridge.
Poor image transfer
• Replace the Image Transfer Unit.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
• Replace the Main Control PCB.
4.11.7 Irregularities
Symptom: Portions of image are broken or missing.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor image transfer
• Replace the Image Transfer Unit.
• Replace the High Voltage Unit.
4.11.8 White (Black) Line
Symptom: White or black strip appears vertically through image.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor development
• Replace the Toner Cartridge.
Defective Drum
• Replace the Drum Cartridge.
Improper charging
• Replace the Drum Cartridge.
Improper fusing
• Replace the Fusing Unit.
Poor image transfer
• Replace the Image Transfer Unit.
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Improper LED exposure
• Replace the LED Print Head Unit.
Poor scanning
• Clean the Contact Grass.
4.11.9 Toner Smudges
Symptom: Background appears “peppered” with black spots.
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
Poor scanning
• Clean the Contact Grass.
Improper fusing
• Clean the Fusing Rollers. If it is not effective, replace Rollers or the Fusing Unit.
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4.12 LCD Error Messages
Your fax machine’s LCD messages can help you spot problems.
LCD error messages (Alphabetic list)
What you see on the LCD
What it means/What to do
All Commands In Use
Your fax machine has all of its 99 possible delayed commands (automatic
redialing counts as one) stored in memory and cannot accept another.
Wait until your fax has completed one of the delayed commands or delete an
existing command by using REVIEW COMMANDS.
You tried to enter too many numbers for broadcast through the numeric
keypad. You can enter up to 30 locations by using numeric keypad for
broadcast using.
Press CANCEL to delete the extra numbers and then try again.
30 Locations or Less
All Commands in Use
Your fax machine has all of its 99 possible delayed commands (automatic
redialing counts as one) stored in memory and cannot accept another.
Wait until your fax has completed one of the delayed commands or delete an
existing command by using COMM.CANCEL/CONFIRM.
Already Stored
You tried to store the polling document in your fax machine, where one
already had been stored.
Wait for the fax to complete the regular polling operation or delete the stored
document, then try again.
Box in Use
You tried to erase a F-Code box that contains at least one document.
Erase the document(s), then try again.
Call for Service
The scanner lamp is dim or inoperable.
Make repeated copies to help evaporate any internal moisture. If that doesn’t
resolve the problem, replace the lamp and/or the Inverter PCB.
Check Memory Tx
You tried to turn the Fax&Copy feature on, but the memory transmission
setting is off. To use the Fax&Copy feature, the memory transmission
setting must be set to on.
Set the Memory Tx to on, then try again.
Check Paper Size
Open&Close Top Cover
The different sized paper which is not same sized paper you told your
machine is loaded.
Set correct sized paper or change the paper size setting.
Close Scanner Cover
Close Top Cover
The cover indicated on the LCD is open or has not been closed securely.
Close it properly.
Close 1st Side Cover
Close 2nd Side Cover
Close 1st Cassette
Close 2nd Cassette
The paper cassette indicated on the LCD is open or has not been closed
securely. Close it properly.
Communication Error
A communication error disrupted the reception or transmission. If you were
transmitting, press stop to clear the error message and then re-try the
transmission. If you were receiving a fax, try to contact the other person and
have him/her re-try the transmission. (The problem may be entirely with
his/her machine, phone line, etc.)
Document is being Polled You tried to erase a document which someone is polling from your machine.
Wait for the fax to complete the polling operation, then try again.
Department Code Full
You tried to enter department code more than 100. Your machine can store
up to 100 department codes.
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What you see on the LCD
What it means/What to do
Document Full
You tried to enter an document into an F-Code box or a Batch box, but the
machine has reached its capacity.
Delete documents stored in box until the machine will let you proceed.
Document Jam
An original document jam while you are using the ADF for either faxing or
copying. Clearing the jammed paper.
Document Stored
You tried to erase a batch box that contains at least one document.
Erase the document(s), then try again.
Feeder in Use
The command you’re trying to enter requires the use of the ADF, which is
already in use. Wait for the machine to stop using the ADF, then try again.
Hang Up Phone
The optional handset is off-hook. Hang it up, making sure the upper part of
the handset presses down on the “hook” button.
In Relay Box
You tried to store a document for polling in an F-Code box which is set to be
a relay box.
Select an F-Code box that is set to be a bulletin box, then try again.
In Secure Box
You tried to store a document for polling in an F-Code box which is set to be
a security box.
Select an F-Code box that is set to be a bulletin box, then try again.
Invalid I.D. Code
The F-Code box I.D. code you entered isn’t valid.
Try re-entering your F-Code box I.D. code.
Invalid Number
You pressed a key that has no function during the current operation.
Invalid Protect Passcode The protection passcode you entered isn’t valid.
Repeat the operation, entering the correct protection passcode.
Memory Overflow
During transmission (or copying), you tried to enter more pages into memory
Press START or CANCEL than your fax could store.
Press START to tell your fax to keep as many pages in memory as possible,
or press CANCEL to delete from memory all pages stored during this
operation (but not previous operations).
No Command Stored
You pressed COMM.CANCEL/CONFIRM to review upcoming commands,
but your fax machine had none stored.
No Department Code
You tried to turn on the department code setting but there are no department
codes stored in your fax machine. Store at least one department code and
then try again.
. . or . . .
You entered incorrect department code at fax sending while the department
feature is on. Enter correct department code.
No Document Stored
You tried to print a document from memory, but your fax machine had none
stored.
No Drum Unit
The drum unit is missing or has not been properly installed in your fax
machine.
Please properly install the drum unit.
No Number Stored
You selected an autodialer, batch box or F-Code box number for which there
is no fax (or phone) number programmed.
Either choose another number or dial a phone number directly from the
numeric keypad.
No Protect Passcode
You tried to program a security feature, but there’s no protection passcode
stored in your fax machine.
Store a protection passcode in your machine, then retry again.
No Report
You requested an activity journal or confirmation report, but your fax machine
has no record of any fax jobs having occurred.
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What you see on the LCD
What it means/What to do
No Toner Cartridge
The toner cartridge is missing or has not been properly installed in your fax
machine.
Please properly install the toner cartridge.
Not Allowed in Macro
During macro registration, you pressed the key which cannot be registered in
Macro, such as MONITOR/CALL key or Security Reception key.
Open Top Cover
Please Remove Paper
Open 1st Side Cover
Please Remove Paper
The paper is jammed in your fax machine.
Open the cover indicated on the LCD, and remove the jammed paper
carefully.
Open 2nd Side Cover
Please Remove Paper
Open Top/2-Bin Cover
Please Remove Paper
Remove Bypass Paper
Open&Close Top Cover
PIN is not Stored
You selected “Mode1” in the pin mask feature and tried to call an autodialer
number in which no PIN has been entered, or to call using numeric keypad
without pin. Enter a PIN, then try again.
Please Call Service
The printer unit of your fax machine has become inoperable.
Seepage 4-20.
Please Wait
Your fax machine’s printer is either warming up or busy.
Please wait until the fax is finished printing and then re-try your command or
operation.
Printer in Use
The command you’re trying to enter requires the use of the printer, which is
already in use.
Wait for the fax to finish printing, then try again.
Protect Doc. Stored
A received document was in your fax’s memory when you tried to turn off the
security reception passcode. Print the received document from your fax’s
memory, then retry the desired operation.
Replace Drum : Unable to Print
Your drum cartridge doesn’t work.
Your machine cannot print until it is replaced with a new drum cartridge.
Replace it.
Replace Drum in 500 Prints
Your machine can print about 500 more sheets, but your drum will need
to be replaced soon.
Prepare the new drum.
Replace Toner: Unable to Print
Your toner cartridge is empty.
Replace the toner cartridge. Your machine cannot print until it is replaced
with a new toner cartridge.
Reset Document
The first page of the document jammed in ADF.
Remove the jammed document then reset your documents.
Scanner in Use
The command you’re trying to enter requires the use of the scanner, which is
already in use.
Wait for the fax to complete the scan, then re-try the desired command.
Security Rx is Off
You tried to turn the security reception on using a Soft key which is assigned
to set the security reception to on or off, but security reception setting has not
set to on. To turn on or off the security reception using a Soft key, first set the
security reception setting to on.
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What you see on the LCD
What it means/What to do
Select Group Number (0-32) You tried to enter a call group number greater than 32. Your machine can
maintain 32 call groups, numbered 1-32 (call group 0 covers all the groups).
Determine the correct call group identifier number and enter it, instead.
Toner Low: 50 Prints Remain Your machine is almost out of toner. About 50 more sheets can be
printed, but please contact your authorized dealer soon to purchase a new
toner cartridge if you don’t already have one.
Too Many Characters
You attempted to enter too many numbers or other characters in the current
operation.
Press CANCEL to delete the extra characters, then try again. You may wish
to review the operation’s appropriate instructions.
Too Many Locations
You tried to enter too many numbers for a broadcast. You can enter up to
200 autodialer numbers and up to 30 numbers entered through the numeric
keypad.
Press CANCEL to delete the extra numbers and then try again.
Too Many Steps
You tried to enter too many steps for a macro.
You can enter up to 60 steps into a macro key.
Used in P One-touch
You tried to erase the F-Code box or Batch box, which is programmed in the
programmable one-touch key.
Erase the programmable one-touch key that contains the F-Code box or
Batch box you want to erase, then try again.
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4.13 Error Codes
If an error occurs during a communication, a check message will be printed. The following provides an
explanation of the information found on check messages.
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A possible solution to the problem
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The date and time of the attempted communication
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The sending location (if the remote fax has a Location ID)
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The number of pages which got through before the error terminated the call
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The error code
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The sample document.
You will also see a code listed in the Result column of the report. Result codes indicate the specific
problem encountered:
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“D” codes occur while dialing
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“R” codes occur during reception
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“T” codes occur during transmission
Here is a list of error codes the fax machine may print.
Dialing errors
D.0.2
The remote fax machine is busy. Try the call again.
D.0.3
The STOP button was pressed while the unit was dialing. Try the call again.
D.0.6
The autodialer number was not programmed. Program the autodialer number.
D.0.7
The dialing time out occurred because the remote unit did not answer. Try the call again.
D.0.8
Dial tone was not detected. Try the call again.
Reception errors
R.1.1
T1 time-out. The calling unit was not a fax machine or the transmitting unit is having
difficulties.
R.1.2
Compatibility error. The calling unit is attempting to poll a document that does not exist.
R.1.4
The STOP button was pressed during reception.
R.1.5
The fax machine didn’t detect the silence period for ending channel when receiving RCR.
R.2.3
No response to FTT. Poor phone line conditions made fax communication impossible.
Enable the one second pause after CED on Memory Switch C:0. Also try increasing the echo
wait time on Memory Switch C:1 if echo is on the line.
R.3.1
No response to CFR. DCN was received from the transmitter. Poor line conditions made
communication impossible. Adjust the echo wait time on Memory Switch C:1. Try increasing
the output levels via Machine Parameter A:1.
R.3.3
Too many errors were detected during data reception. The carrier was interrupted. Increase
the data error rate on Memory Switch C:0.
R.3.4
DCN was received after FTT. Communication was not possible at 2400 bps. Poor phone line
conditions prevented fax communication. Enable the Eye Quality Check on Memory Switch
D:1 and D:2.
R.4.2
MPS/EOM/EOP was not received. Either the line disconnected before reception was
completed or the receiving unit detected too many errors. Adjust the data error rate on
Memory Switch C:0. It may also be necessary to decrease the receive communication speed
via Memory Switch C:0.
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R.4.4
The receiving fax machine has reached its memory capacity.
R.5.1
DCN was received instead of RR during ECM communication.
R.5.2
Line noise or other problems prevented ECM reception.
R.8.4
A compatibility error occurred.
R.8.10
Line noise or other problems prevented line probing.
R.8.11
The fax machine timed out while waiting for the retrain signal.
Transmission errors
T.1.1
T1 time-out. The remote fax machine didn’t respond to your machine. This usually occurs
during a manual transmission or when an incorrect number was dialed. Call someone at the
remote machine.
T.1.2
The fax machine’s page counter detected a possible document feeder error. Carefully put the
document back into the feeder and try the call again.
T.2.1
CFR or FTT was not received from the remote machine. Either the phone line disconnected
during fax communication or transmission became impossible due to bad phone line
conditions. Try the call again. It may be necessary to increase the output levels on Machine
Parameter A:1. The receive machine may also have closed network or block junk fax
enabled.
T.2.2
The two fax machines were incompatible. No mailbox at receiver or security transmission is
enabled.
T.2.3
FTT was received from the remote machine at 2400 bps. Bad phone line conditions made
fax communication impossible. Conditions can change rapidly, so try the call later. Turn on
the echo protect tone on Memory Switch B:0. Also adjust the interval between DCS and TCF
on Memory Switch B:1. If the problem persists, try increasing the output levels on Machine
Parameter A:1.
T.3.1
The page counter in the fax machine detected a document feeder error during transmission.
Carefully re-insert the document into the feeder and re-try the call.
T.3.2
The fax machine didn’t detect the silence period for ending channel.
T.4.1
No response to MPS/EOP/EOM. Poor phone lines caused the receiving unit to disconnect.
Adjust the interval between CFR and data on Memory Switch B:1. Try increasing the output
levels on Machine Parameter A:1. It may also be necessary to adjust the transmit speed on
Memory Switch B:0.
T.4.2
RTN was received from the remote machine. After transmission began, poor line conditions
developed. Try the call again. Attempt the solutions described for the T.4.1 error.
T.4.4
Poor line conditions prevented transmission. PIP was received. The transmission was
interrupted by the call mode. The receiving unit may be experiencing problems. Try the call
again.
T.5.1
No response to RR from the remote machine. Line noise or other problems prevented ECM
transmission. Increase the ECM response time on Memory Switch B:2.
T.5.2
No response to CTC. Line noise or other problems prevented ECM transmission. Increase
the ECM response time on Memory Switch B:2.
T.5.3
EOR was received from the remote unit but further transmission was not possible. Adjust
Memory Switch B:5 for this problem.
T.8.1
A compatibility error occurred.
T.8.10
Line noise or other problems prevented line probing.
T.8.11
The remote fax machine didn’t complete the equalizer training phase.
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Communication Error Messages
The error messages on Check Message printouts indicate the following:
Here’s a brief summary:
Error Message
Check condition of remote fax.
Possible Meanings
• Remote machine malfunctioned
• No handshake signals from remote machine
• Wrong phone number reached
Repeat transmission.
• Poor phone line conditions prevented
communication
• No handshake signals from remote machine
• Document misfeed or miscount
• Unable to reach remote machine after attempting
specified number of redial
Line is busy.
• Remote machine was busy
• Remote machine didn’t answer
Check received documents.
• Receive confirmation signal not received from
remote machine
• Poor line conditions caused a poor image
Memory full.
• Remote unit’s memory capacity has been exceeded
Dialing number is not set.
• An autodialer number is not stored programmed
properly
Stopped.
• The STOP key was pressed at the remote fax
during the handshake
(Message area is blank)
• Someone pressed STOP during communication
• Printer error occurred during communication
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4.14 Service Call Error
When certain machine problems occur these message will appear in the LCD.
4.14.1 Call For Service
Symptom: “Call For Service” is in the LCD.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Check the following connection:
• Lamp assembly to the Inverter PCB (CN2)
• Inverter PCB (CN1) to the Harness to the Main control PCB (P208)
2. Replace the lamp and/or the Inverter PCB.
4.14.2 Please Call Service
When certain machine problems occur a “Please Call Service” message will appear in the LCD. When
this message appears, access the printer maintenance mode / Service call function to determine the
cause of the