FAX Option Type 1045
Operating Instructions
<Basic Features>
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Read this manual carefully before you use this product and keep it handy for future
reference.
For safety, please follow the instructions in this manual.
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FAX Option Type 1045 Operating Instructions
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Available Options
•
Fax Function Upgrade Unit (Fax Function Upgrade Type 185)
•
ISDN Unit (ISDN Option Type 1045)
•
Extra G3 Interface Unit (G3 Interface Unit Type 1045)
•
Expansion Memory (Memory Unit TypeB 32MB)
Supplies
•
Marker Ink (Marker Type 30 is recommended for the best performance)
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Declaration of Conformity
Notice to Users in EEA Countries
This product complies with the essential requirements and provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications
terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
Notice to Users Accessing Analog PSTN in EEA Countries
This product is designed to be able to access analog PSTN in all EEA countries. Local PSTN compatibility is dependent on software switch settings. Please contact your service representative if relocating
this product to another country. In the event of problems, please contact your service representative
in the first instance.
Notice to Users Accessing ISDN in EEA Countries
This product is designed to be able to access ISDN in all EEA countries without requiring changes to
software switch settings. In the event of problems, please contact your service representative in the
first instance.
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NOTICE
R CAUTION:
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to ensure
compliance with the pertinent RF emission limits governing this device.
Direct (or indirect) reflected eye contact with the laser beam may cause serious eye damage. Safety precautions and interlock mechanisms have been designed to prevent any possible laser beam
exposure to the operator.
Note
❒ Some illustrations might be slightly different from your machine.
❒ Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please
contact your local dealer.
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How to Read this Manual
Symbols
In this manual, the following symbols are used:
R WARNING:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in
death or serious injury when you misuse the machine without following the instructions under this symbol. Be sure to read the instructions, all of which are included in the Safety Information section.
R CAUTION:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in minor or moderate injury or property damage that does not involve personal injury
when you misuse the machine without following the instructions under this
symbol. Be sure to read the instructions, all of which are included in the Safety
Information section.
• WARNINGS and CAUTIONS are notes for your safety.
Important
If this instruction is not followed, paper might be misfeed, originals might be
damaged, or data might be lost. Be sure to read this.
Preparation
This symbol indicates the prior knowledge or preparations required before operating.
Note
This symbol indicates precautions for operation or actions to take after misoperation.
Limitation
This symbol indicates numerical limits, functions that cannot be used together,
or conditions in which a particular function cannot be used.
Reference
This symbol indicates a reference.
[
]
Keys that appear on the machine's display panel.
{
}
Keys built into the machine's control panel.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Manuals for This Machine......................................................................... 1
Basic Features (this manual) ........................................................................ 1
Advanced Features ....................................................................................... 1
1. Getting Started
Guide to Components ............................................................................... 3
Front View ..................................................................................................... 3
Rear View...................................................................................................... 4
Operation Panel ......................................................................................... 6
Starting the Machine ................................................................................. 8
Turning On the Power ................................................................................... 8
Turning Off the Power ................................................................................... 9
Switching Between Copy Mode, Facsimile Mode and Printer/Scanner
Mode ....................................................................................................... 10
Reading the Display ................................................................................
Reading the Display Panel and Using Keys................................................
Standby Display ..........................................................................................
Communication Display ..............................................................................
Display Prompts ..........................................................................................
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2. Faxing
Overview...................................................................................................
Changing Memory Transmission and Immediate Transmission .................
Setting Originals......................................................................................
Setting a Single Original on the Exposure Glass ........................................
Setting Originals in the Document Feeder (ADF)........................................
Setting a Scan Area ....................................................................................
If the Machine Cannot Detect the Size of Your Original..............................
Original Sizes Difficult to Detect ..................................................................
Memory Transmission ............................................................................
Broadcasting ...............................................................................................
Canceling a Memory Transmission .......................................................
Canceling the Transmission Before the Original is Scanned ......................
Canceling a Transmission While the Original is Being Scanned ................
Canceling a Transmission While the Message is Being Sent .....................
Immediate Transmission ........................................................................
Canceling an Immediate Transmission .................................................
Canceling a Transmission Before You Have Pressed the Start Key ..........
Canceling a Transmission After You Have Pressed the Start Key .............
Scan Settings...........................................................................................
Resolution ...................................................................................................
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Original Mode .............................................................................................. 39
Image Density (Contrast) ............................................................................ 40
Mixing Scan Settings for a Multiple Page Original ...................................... 41
Dialing.......................................................................................................
Number Keys ..............................................................................................
Quick Dials ..................................................................................................
Groups ........................................................................................................
Reception .................................................................................................
Selecting the Reception Mode ....................................................................
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3. Setup
Initial Settings and Adjustments............................................................
Programing..................................................................................................
Editing .........................................................................................................
Deleting .......................................................................................................
Quick Dial .................................................................................................
Programing Quick Dials ..............................................................................
Editing Quick Dial........................................................................................
Deleting Quick Dials....................................................................................
Groups......................................................................................................
Programing Groups.....................................................................................
Editing Groups ............................................................................................
Deleting Groups ..........................................................................................
Entering Text............................................................................................
Available Characters ...................................................................................
Keys ............................................................................................................
How to Enter Text .......................................................................................
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4. Troubleshooting
Adjusting Volume ....................................................................................
Error Messages and Their Meanings.....................................................
When the {Facsimile} key is Lit in Red....................................................
Solving Problems ....................................................................................
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INDEX........................................................................................................ 80
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Manuals for This Machine
Two Facsimile Reference manuals are provided, the Basic Features manual and
the Advanced Features manual. Please refer to the manual that suits your needs.
Basic Features (this manual)
The Basic Features manual explains the most frequently used fax functions and
operations.
Advanced Features
The Advanced Features manual describes more advanced functions, and also
explains settings for key operators.
❖ Chapter 1 Transmission Mode
Explains how to send at a specific time without having to be by the machine,
and also take advantage of off-peak telephone line charges.
❖ Chapter 2 Checking and Canceling Transmission Files
Explains how to cancel a transmission, and resend a message when it fails to
transmit.
❖ Chapter 3 Communication Information
Explains hoe to erase a fax message programed in memory and check the contents of any file in memory.
❖ Chapter 4 Transmission Features
Explains about useful transmission features, also learn how to dial numbers
easily.
❖ Chapter 5 Reception Features
Explains about reception features. Learn how to receive messages in telephone mode, and print two pages of received messages on one page.
❖ Chapter 6 Simplifying the Operation
Explains how to specify a Program and use the Document Server.
❖ Chapter 7 Facsimile User Tools
Explains how to program frequently used functions as a Quick Dial Key and
User Function Key.
❖ Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings
Explains about functions the key operator handles. Learn how to setup the
phone line type, and how to store the Memory Locked ID and the Confidential ID.
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❖ Chapter 9 PC FAX Feature
Explains how to fax directly from a computer and make necessary settings.
❖ Chapter 10 Troubleshooting
Explains what to do when toner runs out and when power is turned off or
fails.
❖ Chapter 11 Appendix
You can check consumables and options for facsimile functions.
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1. Getting Started
Guide to Components
Front View
1. Document Feeder (ADF)/Expo-
2. Exposure Glass
sure Cover (Option)
Place the original face down on the upper
left corner of the exposure glass, aligning
the upper left corner with the reference
mark. Close the exposure cover when
you set a document on the exposure
glass.
Holds a document stack of up to 50
sheets which are fed automatically one at
a time. Place documents face up here.
3. Internal Tray.
Fax messages are delivered here.
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4. ISDN Line Connector (Option)
5. Parallel Interface Port
Plug the parallel cable into this port.
6. Network Interface Unit
1
Plug the network cable into this port.
7. Main Power Switch
Do not touch this switch. This switch
should be only used by a service representative.
Note
❒ If the operation switch is on and there
is still no power, turn on the Main
Power switch.
❒ If you leave the Main Power switch
off for more than an hour, all files in
memory are lost. ⇒ Appendix, "When
Power is Turned off or Fails" in the
Advanced Features manual.
❒ The On indicator blinks in the following cases:
• When the platen cover or document feeder (ADF) is open.
• During communication with other
destination machines.
• When the hard disk is running.
8. Operation Switch
Press this switch to turn the power on
(the On indicator lights up). To turn the
power off, press this switch again (the On
indicator goes off). ⇒ P.8 “Turning On the
Power”
9. Internal Tray 2
You can chose to have prints or copies delivered here.
Rear View
1. Bypass Tray
Select this tray for non-standard size paper.
⇒ "Copying from the Bypass Tray" in the
Copy Reference.
⇒ Chapter 5, "Having Incoming Messages Printed on Paper From the Bypass
Tray" in the Advanced Features manual.
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Guide to Components
2. Analog Line Connector
⇒ Appendix, "Connecting the Machine
to a Telephone Line and Telephone" in
the Advanced Features manual.
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3. External Telephone Connector
⇒ Appendix, "Connecting the Machine
to a Telephone Line and Telephone" in
the Advanced Features manual.
4. Extra G3 Interface Unit Connector
(Option)
⇒ Appendix, "Connecting the Machine
to a Telephone Line and Telephone" in
the Advanced Features manual.
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Getting Started
Operation Panel
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1. Confidential File Indicator
6. {Check Modes}} key
Lights when a message has been received
into memory with Confidential Reception. Blinks when a Memory Lock file has
been programed in memory. ⇒ Chapter
3, "Printing a Confidential Message" and
Chapter 3, "Printing a File Received with
Memory Lock" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Press this key before pressing the {Start}
key to check the settings selected for the
fax about to be sent.
2. Communicating Indicator
8. {Clear Modes}} key
Lights during transmission or reception.
3. {User Tools/Counter}} key
User Tools:
Press to enter User Tools mode. These
tools allow you to customize the default
settings. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General Setting/
Adjustment" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Counter:
Display and print the total number of
pages transmitted and received.
4. LCD display
This guides you through tasks and informs you of the machine status. A messages appears here. ⇒ P.12 “Reading the
Display”
5. {Start Manual RX}} key
Press to start manual reception.
7. {Program}} key
Press to use the program function. ⇒
Chapter 6, "Simplifying the Operation" in
the Advanced Features manual.
Press to cancel the current settings and
returns.
9. {Energy Saver}} key
Hold down for more than a second to enter Energy Saver mode.
10. {Interrupt}} key
Press to interrupt the current fax operation in order to start copying.
11. Receive File Indicator
Lights when a message other than a Confidential Reception or Memory Lock file
has been received. ⇒ Chapter 5, "When
the Confidential File Indicator is Lit or
Blinking" in the Advanced Features manual.
12. {Facsimile}} key
Press to switch to Facsimile mode. ⇒ P.13
“Standby Display”
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Operation Panel
• Lights in yellow
Facsimile mode has been selected.
• Lights in green
Facsimile mode has been printing.
• Lights in red
Lights up whenever any facsimile error occurs. Press {Facsimile} to display
the error message and take the appropriate action. ⇒ P.78 “When the {Facsimile} key is Lit in Red”
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13. {On Hook Dial}} key
Use to dial a number from the numeric
keypad without having to lift the handset. ⇒ Chapter 4, "Handy Dialing Functions" in the Advanced Features manual.
14. {Tone}} key
Press to send tonal signals down a pulse
dialing line. ⇒ P.45 “Tone”
15. {Pause/Redial}} key
Pause:
Insert a pause when you are dialing or
storing a fax number. A pause cannot be
inserted as the first digit. ⇒ P.44 “Pause”
Redial:
Press to redial one of the last ten numbers. ⇒ Chapter 4, "Redial" in the Advanced Features manual.
16. Number keys
Use to dial fax numbers or enter the
number of copies.
17. {Clear/Stop}} key
Clear:
Deletes one character or digit.
Stop:
Interrupts the current operation (transmission, scanning, copying or printing).
18. {Start}} key
Press to start all tasks.
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Getting Started
Starting the Machine
To start the machine, turn on the operation switch.
1
B Confirm
that the Main power
switch is on.
Note
❒ This machine automatically enters
Energy Saver mode or turns itself
off if you do not use the machine
for a while. ⇒ "Energy Saver Timer", "Auto Off Timer" in the Copy
Reference.
- Power switches
This machine has two power switches: ⇒ P.3 “Guide to Components”.
C Turn on the operation switch. The
On indicator should light.
❖ Operation switch
Turn on this switch to activate the
machine. When the machine has
warmed up, you can make copies
or send faxes.
❖ Main power switch
Do not touch the Main Power
switch. It should be used only by a
service representative when the
optional fax unit is installed.
The panel display will turn on.
Important
❒ If you leave the Main Power
switch off for more than one hour,
all fax files in memory are deleted.
See "Turning Off The Power" below.
Turning On the Power
A Confirm
that the power cord is
plugged into the wall outlet firmly and the Main Power switch is
on.
Note
❒ If nothing happens when you
turn on the operation switch,
make sure the Main Power
switch is turned on.
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Starting the Machine
Turning Off the Power
A Turn
off the operation switch.
The On indicator will go out.
❒ Be sure to turn the Main Power
switch off before unplugging the
power cord. Some trouble may occur in the hard disk and memory.
❒ Make sure that 100% is shown on
the display before you turn the
Main Power switch off or you unplug the power cord. Fax files programed in memory will be deleted
an hour after you turn the Main
Power switch off or you unplug
the power cord.
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A Make sure the On indicator is off.
B Turn off the main power switch.
Important
❒ Fax files programed in memory
will be deleted an hour after
you turn the Main Power
switch off or you unplug the
p o w e r c o r d . ⇒ A p p e n d ix,
"When Power is Turned off or
Fails" in the Advanced Features
manual.
The Main Power indicator turns
off.
Turning Off the Main Power Switch
When the Main Power switch is
turned off while using the fax function, waiting fax jobs and print jobs
may be canceled, and incoming fax
documents cannot be received. Normally, only the service representative
operates this switch. When you have
to turn off this switch for some reason, follow the procedure below.
Important
❒ Do not turn the Main Power
switch off while the indicator is lit
or blinking. Some trouble may occur in the hard disk and memory.
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Getting Started
Switching Between Copy Mode, Facsimile
Mode and Printer/Scanner Mode
1
This machine is both a fax and a copier. When you turn on the power switch, the
copier screen is shown and the machine is ready to make copies. When you wish
to use fax functions, press the {Facsimile} key on the left of the operation panel.
You can set the machine to start in the Facsimile mode. ⇒ "Changing the Machine Settings" in the Copy Reference.
Limitation
❒ You cannot switch modes under the following circumstances:
• While scanning in a fax
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Switching Between Copy Mode, Facsimile Mode and Printer/Scanner Mode
•
•
•
•
•
During Immediate Transmission
While editing the System Settings
During Interrupt Copying
While using On-hook Dial
During Energy Saver mode
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Getting Started
Reading the Display
The display tells you the machine status and guides you through operations.
1
Note
❒ Functions that have been selected are highlighted (for example
).
Keys that you cannot select are shown with a dashed outline (for example
).
❒ All procedures in this manual assume you are in Facsimile mode. By default,
when you turn the machine on it is in Copy mode. Press the {Facsimile} key
to change to Facsimile mode. You can have the machine start in Facsimile
mode. ⇒ "Changing the Machine's Settings" in the Copy Reference.
Reading the Display Panel and Using Keys
1. Displays the scanning conditions
and sizes you can choose.
Displays the possible selections for various functions.
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Reading the Display
2. Displays the name and facsimile
number of a destination when transmitting. Also displays the size of the
original.
3. Displays the entered number of a
destination. When adding destinations with the number keys, press
[Add].
9. Displays various functions for
transmitting.
Additional transmitting functions.
10. Displays the programed destinations.
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Displays the Quick Dial table of programed destinations.
4. Displays messages and the machine status.
5. Press to display various information about transmission.
6. Appears when a destination is entered. Press [Clear] to erase character
or numbers one by one.
7. Switches the transmission mode
between memory transmission and
immediate transmission.
8. Displays Quick Operation Keys
set for often used functions.
[TX status display] and [Dest. Management]
are preset.
Standby Display
While the machine is in standby mode (immediately after {Facsimile} is pressed
or after the {Clear Modes} key is pressed), the following display is shown.
❖ Memory Transmission
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❖ Immediate Transmission
1
Note
❒ To return the machine to standby mode, do one of the following:
• If you have set the original and have not pressed the {Start} key, remove
the original.
• If you have not set an original, press the {Clear Modes} key.
• If you are in User Tools mode, press the {User Tools/Counter} key.
Communication Display
While the machine is communicating, the status is displayed.
❖ Memory Transmission
Note
❒ Even when the machine is using memory to fax a message or receive a message, you can still scan the next original into memory. ⇒ Chapter 4, "More
Transmission Functions" in the Advanced Features manual.
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Reading the Display
❖ Reception
1
Note
❒ Even when the machine is being used a copier or printer, the sender's name
or number will be displayed for received faxes.
❖ Immediate Transmission
Display Prompts
Depending on the situation, the machine will show various prompts on the display.
❖ Instructions and Requests
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Getting Started
❖ Questions
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❖ Selections
❖ Status
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2. Faxing
Overview
Changing Memory
Transmission and Immediate
Transmission
The basic procedure to send a fax
message is:
A Make sure the Facsimile indicator
is lit
B Set your original
C Dial the number
D Press the {Start} key
The rest of this section describes these
steps and the various features that are
available in more detail.
There are two ways to send a fax message:
• Memory Transmission
• Immediate Transmission
Check the display to see which mode
is correctly active. You can change the
tran smission mode by press in g
[Immed. TX] or [Memory TX].
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Faxing
Setting Originals
In this manual an original can mean a
single or multiple page document.
You can set your originals either in
the Document Feeder (ADF) or on the
exposure glass. Some types of originals are unsuitable for the Document
Feeder (ADF) so they must be set on
the exposure glass.
Which way you place your original
depends on its size and whether you
are using the Docu me nt Feeder
(ADF) or the exposure glass.
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Limitation
❒ If you place A5 size documents on
the exposure glass, they will not be
detected. A5 size documents loaded in the ADF are sent as A4 size.
Note
❒ When sending a fax, the image
output at the other end depends on
the size and direction of paper
used in the receiver's terminal. If
the receiver does not use paper of
the same size and direction as that
of the original, the fax image may
be output reduced, trimmed at
both edges, or divided into two or
more sheets. When sending an important original, we recommend
that you ask the receiver about the
size and direction of the paper
used in their terminal.
❒ You can scan non-standard sized
documents as standard sized documents with the Irregular Scan
Area feature. When you turn on
this feature, the area scanned will
be in the specified range regardless
of the actual document size. A
blank margin will appear or the
image will be cut at the receiving
end.
❒ Make sure that all ink, correcting
fluid etc., has completely dried before setting your original. If it is
still wet, the exposure glass will be
marked and those marks will appear on the received image.
❒ If you set an A4 size original in the
portrait direction, the machine rotates the image by 90 degrees before sending it. ⇒ Chapter 4,
"Transmission with Image Rotation" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Reference
For how to set 2-sided documents.
⇒ Chapter 4, "2-sided Transmission" in the Advanced Features
manual.
❒ When sending an original of an irregular (i.e. non-standard) size or
part of a large original, you can
specify the scan area precisely. ⇒
P.21 “Setting a Scan Area”
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Setting Originals
- How to set A4, B4, A3, Lt, LG
and DLT size originals
Original
Where original is set
Exposure glass
Document Feeder(ADF)
*1
Note
❒ When you set originals on the ADF
as shown in the above illustration,
the Stamp Name will be printed on
the receiver's printings as following position:
• *1 On the upper end of printings
• *2 On the left end of printings
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*2
Setting a Single Original on
the Exposure Glass
Note
❒ When you set originals on the ADF
as shown in the above illustration,
the Stamp Name will be printed on
the receiver's printings as following position:
• *1 On the upper end of printings
• *2 On the left end of printings
Set originals that cannot be placed in
the Document Feeder (ADF), such as
a book, on the exposure glass one
page at a time.
A Lift the Document Feeder (ADF)
by at least 30 degrees. Place the
original face down and align its
upper left corner with the reference mark at the upper left corner
of the exposure glass.
- How to set A4, A5 and B5 size
originals
Original
Where original is set
Exposure glass
Document Feeder(ADF)
*2
*1
1. Reference mark
2. Scale
Limitation
❒ A5 size documents are not detected the exposure glass. Load A5
size documents in the ADF.
Note
❒ If you do not raise the Document Feeder (ADF) by at least
30 degrees, the original size will
not be detected.
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Faxing
B Close
the
Document
Feeder
(ADF).
Note
❒ When sending a bound original,
the received image may contain
some black areas. To reduce this
effect, hold down the original to
prevent its bound part from rising.
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- Bound Original Page Order
W h en send in g bound o rig inals
(books, magazines, etc.), you can
choose to have either the left page or
right page sent first. ⇒ Chapter 4,
"Book Fax" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Note
❒ The default setting is Send Right
Page first. ⇒ Chapter 8, "Parameter Setting" in the Advanced Features manual.
Setting Originals in the
Document Feeder (ADF)
Use the Document Feeder (ADF) to
scan in a stack of originals in one operation. The Document Feeder (ADF)
can handle both single-sided and
double-sided originals.
Limitation
❒ The maximum document length is
1200mm (47").
❒ Place all the originals to be sent in
a single stack.
❒ You cannot set originals in the
Document Feeder (ADF) one page
at a time or in sheaves.
❒ Do not open the Document Feeder
(ADF) while it is scanning the originals or a document could become
jammed.
Note
❒ If you send documents longer than
420mm (17"), select Long Document mode with the User Parameters. If a jam occurs, the document
might be damaged because scanning will not stop. ⇒ P.21 “Setting
a Scan Area” ⇒ Chapter 8, " Parameter Setting" in the Advanced Features manual.
❒ And also you must use memory
transmission because the documents longer than 420mm (17")
could not be sent by immediate
transmission.
❒ If an original jams, press the {Clear/
Stop} key then remove the original
carefully.
❒ If your original is bent or folded,
flatten it before you set it.
❒ Set thin originals on the exposure
glass.
Reference
For information about the sizes
and number of originals that can
be placed in the Document Feeder
(ADF), ⇒ Chapter 9, "Acceptable
types of Originals" in the Advanced Features manual.
A Adjust
the document guide to
match the size of your originals.
Align the edges of your originals
and stack them in the Document
Feeder (ADF) face up.
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Setting Originals
1. Limit mark
2. Document guide
2
Originals unsuitable for the Document Feeder (ADF)
Do not set the following types of originals in the Document Feeder (ADF) because they may be damaged. Place them on the exposure glass instead.
• Originals containing staples or clips
• Perforated or torn originals
• Curled, folded, or creased originals
• Pasted originals
• Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermosensitive paper, art paper,
aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
• Originals with index tabs, tags, or other projecting parts
• Sticky originals, such as translucent paper
• Thin and soft originals
• Originals of inappropriate weight
• Originals in bound form, such as books
• Transparent originals, such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
Setting a Scan Area
Normally, the area of a set document
is scanned automatically. If a scan
area is specified, the document is
scanned accordingly. Thus, documents can be sent without extra space
or blank margins. Normally, all documents loaded in the Document Feeder (ADF) are scanned as the same
sizes. To scan originals of different
sizes as different sizes, use Mixed
Original Sizes.
❖ Auto Detect
The area of a set document is
scanned automatically.
❖ Regular
The set document is scanned according to the specified size regardless of its actual size.
The sizes that can be specified are
A4, B4, A3, LT, LG, and DLT.
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❖ Area
Enter the area to be scanned. The
set document is scanned according
to the entered size regardless of its
actual size. ⇒ Chapter 7, "Registering a Scan Size" in the Advanced
Features manual.
2
❖ Mixed Original Sizes
Select this to scan one by one the
size of originals loaded in the ADF.
For example, when A4 and B4 size
originals are sent together, usually
all are sent as B4 size. By selecting
Mixed Original Sizes, the machine
scans and sends each document according to its size.
B Press the [Scan Area] key.
The Scan Area menu is shown.
C Select the scan area.
Specifying Standard Sizes
A Press the [Regular] key.
Note
❒ When using the Mixed Original
Sizes, the machine sends the
originals by memory transmission. ⇒ Chapter 4, "Transmission with Image Rotation" in the
Advanced Features manual.
❒ When using the Mixed Original
Sizes feature, rotation transmission is disabled.
A Set the originals, and select any
B Press the size of the originals
to be sent.
scan settings you require.
Note
❒ When setting different size originals into the ADF, adjust the
document guide to the largest
original.
❒ Small originals may be sent at a
slight slant since they do not
match the document guide.
Note
❒ To cancel the specified standard size, press [Cancel]. The
display appears as in step B.
❒ 8 1/2 x 11 is LT, 8 1/2 x 14 is
LG, and 11 x 17 is DLT.
C Press [OK].
The specified size is shown.
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Setting Originals
D Press [OK].
Specifying Mixed Original Sizes
A Press the [Mixed Original Sizes]
key.
2
[Regular] is highlighted on the
display and the size is shown
above this.
Specifying Programed Sizes
B Press [OK].
A Press the [Area 1] or [Area 2] key.
The length and width of the
programed size is shown.
Note
❒ To cancel the set programed
size, press [Cancel]. The
menu returns to that of step
B.
Mixed Original Sizes is highlighted on the display the scan
area is shown above this.
D Specify the receiver and press the
{Start}
} key.
B Press [OK].
Area 1 or Area 2 is highlighted
on the display the scan area is
shown above this.
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If the Machine Cannot Detect the Size of Your Original
If the machine cannot detect the original size, the following display is shown:
2
If this happens, carry out the following steps.
A Press [Exit].
B Remove the original and replace it on the exposure glass.
C Press the {Start}} key to scan the original again.
If the above display appears again, repeat steps A to C.
Note
❒ If the machine still cannot detect the original size, the following display is
shown:
❒ If this happens, carry out the following steps.
• Press the key to switch the scan size.
• Press the {Start} key again.
Original Sizes Difficult to Detect
The machine finds it difficult to detect the size of the following kinds of originals. If this happens, the receiving machine may not select print paper of the correct size. ⇒ P.24 “If the Machine Cannot Detect the Size of Your Original”.
• Documents set on the exposure glass of sizes other than those listed in the table below
• Originals with index tabs, tags, or projecting parts
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Setting Originals
• Transparent originals, such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Dark originals with many characters or drawings
• Originals which partially contain solid printing
• Originals which have solid printing at their edges
The following paper sizes are automatically detected in Facsimile mode.
❖ Metric Version
Paper Size
Where Original is Set
L
B4L
L,8 1/
A3L
× 13" (F4)
2"×
KL
A4K
KL
B5K
2
KL
A5K
Exposure Glass
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
×
Document Feeder (ADF)
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο means that the size is supported as a scanning.
× means that the size is not supported as a scanning.
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Memory Transmission
In Memory Transmission mode, after
you press the {Start} key, the machine
does not dial the destination until all
pages of your fax message have been
scanned into memory (in contrast
with Immediate Transmission, where
the number is dialed first and pages
are scanned and sent one by one).
Memory Transmission is useful because:
• You can take your original away
from the machine without having
to wait too long
• While your message is being sent,
other people can operate the machine
• You can send the same message to
more than one place in a single operation (Broadcasting)
2
Important
❒ If there is a power failure (Main
Power switch is off) or the plug is
pulled out for more than 1 hour, all
the files programed in memory are
deleted. As soon as power is restored, the Power Failure Report is
printed to help you identify deleted files. If you turn just the operat i o n s w it c h o f f , f i le s a r e n o t
deleted. ⇒ Chapter 10, "When
Power is Turned off or Fails" in the
Advanced Features manual.
Limitation
❒ If memory is full (0% appears on
the display), Memory Transmission is disabled. Use Immediate
Transmission instead.
Note
❒ Maximum number of Memory
Transmission files: 400 (up to 800
files with optional Expansion
Memory installed)
❒ Maximum number of destinations
per Memory Transmission: 200
❒ Combined total number of destinations that can be programed:
500. (up to 2,000 destinations can
be available with Fax Function Upgrade Unit.)
❒ The theoretical maximum number
of destinations you can enter with
the number keys is 100, but this
will depend on the amount of
memory currently available.
❒ The number of pages that you can
store in memory depends on the
original images and the scan settings. You can store up to 160
standard pages (ITU-T #1 chart,
Resolution: Standard, Original
Mode: Text).
❒ The machine will return to the default transmission mode (Memory
Transmission) after every transmission. You can change this so
that the desired setting is maintained. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General Setting/Adjustment" in the
Advanced Features manual.
❒ The maximum total number of
documents that can be programed
in memory is as follows:
• About 1000 pages with only the
optional Expansion Memory installed
• About 2,080 pages with both the
optional Expansion Memory
and the optional Fax Function
Upgrade Unit installed
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Memory Transmission
A Make
sure that the Memory
Transmission is selected.
C Make the necessary settings you
require.
2
If it is not, press the [Memory TX]
key.
B Set the original.
Limitation
❒ You can send the first pages
from the exposure glass then
the remaining pages from the
Document Feeder (ADF). After
you remove the last page from
the exposure glass, you have 60
seconds to insert the remaining
pages in the Document Feeder
(ADF).
❒ Note that you cannot set pages
on the exposure glass after you
have started using the Document Feeder (ADF).
Note
❒ To store multiple page originals
from the exposure glass, set
them page by page.
❒ The original can be placed at either Document Feeder (ADF) or
Exposure Glass, until you press
the {Start} key.
Reference
⇒ P.38 “Scan Settings”
D Dial.
If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop} key and enter the correct number again.
Reference
⇒ P.43 “Dialing”
⇒ Chapter 4, " Dial" and "Redial" in the Advanced Features
manual.
E Press the {Start}} key.
Reference
P.18 “Setting Originals”
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The machine starts scanning the
original.
Note
❒ Do not open the Document
Feeder (ADF) while it is scanning originals.
After scanning, the machine will
Fh, thfirst page of yca110(ur)olt
2
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Memory Transmission
Note
❒ Maximum number of destinations
per Broadcasting: 500
❒ Combined total number of destinations that can be set: 500
❒ The number of destinations that
can be set using the number keys
varies according to the machine's
memory usage. The maximum
number is 100 or 1000 when the
operational Expansion Memory is
installed. ⇒ P.44 “Restrictions
When Dialing with the Number Keys”
Note
❒ To scan multiple page originals
from the exposure glass, place
them page by page.
❒ The original can be placed at either place until you press the
{Start} key. ⇒ P.18 “Setting
Originals”
2
C Select any settings you require.
A Make
sure that Memory Transmission is selected.
Reference
⇒ P.21 “Setting a Scan Area”
D Dial a destination.
If it is not, press the [Memory TX]
key.
B Set the original.
Limitation
❒ You can send the first pages
from the exposure glass then
the remaining pages from the
Document feeder (ADF). After
you remove the last page from
the exposure glass, you have 60
seconds to insert the remaining
pages in the Document Feeder
(ADF).
❒ Note that you cannot set pages
on the exposure glass after you
have started using the Document Feeder (ADF).
If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop} key and enter the correct number again.
Reference
⇒ P.21 “Setting a Scan Area”
⇒ Chapter 4, " Dial" and "Redial" in the Advanced Features
manual.
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E Press [Add].
The machine starts calling the destinations. After scanning, the machine will return to standby mode.
2
Note
❒ When specifying a destination
using Quick Dial or Group Dial,
the destination is added even
without pressing [Add].
F Dial a destination.
Note
❒ Repeat steps E and F for more
destinations.
G Press {Start}}.
The machine starts scanning the
original.
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Canceling a Memory Transmission
Canceling a Memory Transmission
Canceling the Transmission
Before the Original is Scanned
A Press the {Clear Modes}} key.
Note
❒ When documents are loaded in
the Document Feeder (ADF),
you can cancel the transmission
by just removing them.
Canceling a Transmission
While the Original is Being
Scanned
Canceling a transmission after pressing the {Start} key.
A Press the {Clear/Stop}} key.
Canceling a Transmission
While the Message is Being
Sent
2
Use this procedure to cancel a transmission after the original has been
scanned.
Limitation
❒ If transmission finishes while you
are carrying out this procedure, it
will not be canceled.
Note
❒ If you cancel a message while it is
being sent, transmission is halted
as soon as you finish this procedure. However, some pages of
your message may have already
been sent and will be received at
the other end.
Canceling a transmission using the
[Change/Stop TX File] key
A Press [Change/Stop TX File].
The machine will stop storing the
original and the data will not be
sent.
The list of programed files being
transmitted or a waiting transmission is displayed.
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B Select the file you want to cancel.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
2
Note
❒ If the desired file is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
C Press [Stop Transmission].
Note
❒ To cancel another file, repeat
steps B and C.
Canceling a transmission using the
{Clear/Stop}
} key
A Press {Clear/Stop}}.
B Select the file you want to cancel.
D Press [Exit].
Note
❒ If the desired file is not shown,
press [U
UPrev.] or [T
T Next].
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Canceling a Memory Transmission
C Press [Stop Transmission].
2
Note
❒ To cancel another file, repeat
steps B and C.
D Press [Exit].
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Immediate Transmission
With Immediate Transmission, when
you press the {Start} key, the fax
number is dialed immediately. The
message is scanned and transmitted
page by page without being programed in memory. This contrasts
with Memory Transmission which
scans all pages into memory before
dialing the destination.
Immediate Transmission is useful if
you want immediate confirmation
that the message is being sent to the
correct destination (just check for the
other terminal's Display Name or
Facsimile Number on the operation
panel during transmission).
2
Note
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Immediate Transmission
C Select
any scan settings you re-
quire.
The RTI/CSI isn't displayed until
the machine connects to the other
one.
2
Reference
⇒ P.38 “Scan Settings”
D Dial.
Reference
P.49 “Initial Settings and Adjustments”
After transmission the machine
will return to standby mode.
If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop} key and enter the correct number again.
Reference
⇒ P.43 “Dialing”
⇒ Chapter 4, " Dial" in the Advanced Features manual.
E Press the {Start}} key.
Sending Originals from the
Exposure Glass
A Set the first page face down on
the exposure glass.
B Dial.
C Select any scan settings you require.
D Press the {Start}
} key.
The machine starts scanning the
original.
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E Set the next original on the exposure glass within 10 seconds
after the machine has finished
scanning the first original.
2
Note
❒ Repeat steps C to E for all
originals.
F Set the last original then press
# ].
[#
G Press the {Start}
} key.
The machine starts to call the
destination.
- If the Connection Could Not Be
Made
The following display appears if the
fax could not be sent:
Do one of the following:
• Press [Cancel Transmission] and try
again.
• Press [Memory Transmission] to have
the machine scan in the document
and then automatically redial the
number.
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Canceling an Immediate Transmission
Canceling an Immediate Transmission
Canceling a Transmission
Before You Have Pressed the
Start Key
2
A Press the {Clear Modes}} key.
Note
❒ When the original is being set,
you can also cancel an Immediate Transmission by removing
the original from the machine.
Canceling a Transmission
After You Have Pressed the
Start Key
A Press
the {Clear/Stop}
} key, and
then remove the original.
Note
❒ If the transmission finishes
while you are carrying out this
procedure, it will not be canceled.
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Scan Settings
You may wish to send many different
types of fax messages. Some of these
may be difficult to reproduce at the
other end. However, your machine
has three settings that you can adjust
to help you transmit your document
with the best possible image quality.
2
❖ Resolution:
Standard, Detail, Super Fine (option)
❖ Image density:
Auto Image Density, Manual Image Density (7 levels)
❖ Original Mode:
Text, Text/Photo, Photo
Resolution
Images and text are scanned into the
machine by converting them to sequences of dots. The frequency of
dots determines the quality of the image and how long it takes to transmit.
Therefore, images scanned at high
resolution (Super Fine) have high
quality but transmission takes longer.
Conversely, low resolution (Standard) scanning results in lower quality
but your original is sent more quickly. Choose the setting that matches
your needs based upon this trade off
between speed and image clarity.
❖ Standard
× 3.85lines/mm,
(8×
×100dpi)
200×
Select for originals containing normal sized characters.
❖ Detail (8×
× 7.7lines/mm, 200×
×200dpi)
Select for originals containing
small characters or when you require greater clarity. This resolution is twice as fine as Standard.
❖ Super Fine (optional Expansion Mem× 15.4lines/mm,
ory required: 16×
× 400dpi)
400×
Select for originals with very fine
details or when you require the
best possible image clarity. This
resolution is eight times as fine as
Standard.
Limitation
❒ If the other party's machine does
not support the resolution at
which you are sending, this machine automatically switches to a
resolution which is supported.
❒ Sending with Super Fine resolution requires that your machine
has the optional Expansion Memory and the other party's machine
has the capability to receive fax
messages at Super Fine resolution.
❒ Note that even if the option is installed on your machine, transmission and reception may take place
using Detail resolution if the other
party's machine does not support
this feature. ⇒ Chapter 4, "Printed
Report" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Note
❒ When the machine is turned on or
modes are cleared, the resolution is
set to Standard by default. You can
change this with the [Gen. Settings/
Adjust] key. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General
Setting/Adjustment" in the Advanced Features manual.
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Scan Settings
❒ By default, the resolution returns
to the home setting after every
transmission. You can change this
with the [Gen. Settings/Adjust] key.
⇒ Chapter 7, "General Setting/
Adjustment" in the Advanced Features manual.
A Press [Resolution].
B Select the resolution you require.
C Press [OK].
Original Mode
If your original contains photographs, illustrations or diagrams with
complex shading patterns or grays,
select the appropriate Original Mode
to optimize image clarity.
❖ Text
Select Text to send an original containing a high-contrast black-andwhite image. Use this setting even
if your original contains text and
photographs or if you only want to
send clearer text.
2
❖ Text / Photo
Select Text / Photo to send an original containing both a high-contrast black-and-white image, such
as text, and a halftone image such
as a photograph.
❖ Photo
Select Photo to send an original
containing a halftone image such
as a photograph or a color original.
Note
❒ If you select Text / Photo or Photo,
the transmission will take longer
than when Text is selected.
❒ If you send a fax message with
Text / Photo or Photo and the
background of the received image
is dirty, reduce the density setting
and re-send the fax.
❒ When the machine is turned on or
modes are cleared, the Original
Mode is set to Text. You can
change this with the [Gen. Settings/
Adjust] key. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General
Setting/Adjustment" in the Advanced Features manual.
❒ By default, the machine returns to
the Original Mode home setting after every transmission. You can
change this with the [Gen. Settings/
Adjust] key. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General
Setting/Adjustment" in the Advanced Features manual.
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A Press [Original Mode].
❖ Auto Image Density
The appropriate density setting for
the original is automatically selected.
❖ Manual Image Density
Use manual image density, to set
image density yourself.
2
B Select the original mode you re-
❖ Combined Auto and Manual Image
Density
You can adjust image density for
only photographs, illustrations or
diagrams when the original has a
dark background.
C Press [OK].
Note
❒ When the machine is turned on or
modes are cleared, the image density is set to Auto Image Density.
You can change this with the [Gen.
Settings/Adjust] key. ⇒ Chapter 7,
"General Setting/Adjustment" in
the Advanced Features manual.
❒ By default, the machine returns to
the Auto Image Density home setting after every transmission. You
can change this with the [Gen. Settings/Adjust] key. ⇒ Chapter 7,
"General Setting/Adjustment" in
the Advanced Features manual.
quire.
A Selecting the type of image density.
Image Density (Contrast)
The text and diagrams in your original should stand out clearly from the
paper they are written on. If your
original has a darker background
than normal (for example, a newspaper clipping), or if the writing is faint,
adjust the image density.
Auto Image Density
A Make sure that [Auto Image Density] is selected.
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Scan Settings
Note
❒ If [Auto Image Density] is not
selected, press [Auto Image
Density].
Manual Image Density
Combined Auto and Manual
Image Density
A Make sure that [Auto Image Density] is selected. If it is not selected, press [Auto Image Density]
to turn it on.
2
A Make sure that [Auto Image Density] is not selected. If it is selected, press [Auto Image Density]
to turn it off.
B Press [Lighter] or [Darker] to
change the density.
B Press [Lighter] or [Darker] to
change the density.
Note
❒ You can select one of seven
density levels.
Note
❒ You can select one of seven
density levels.
Mixing Scan Settings for a
Multiple Page Original
When sending an original consisting
of several pages, you can select different Image Density, Resolution and
Original Mode settings for each page.
Set your original, select the scan settings for the first page, dial and press
the {Start} key as you would normally. Then follow one of the following
two procedures.
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When setting originals on the exposure
glass
B Select the Image Density, Resolution and Original Mode before
the next page is scanned.
While the machine is beeping, you
have about 60 seconds (10 for Immediate Transmission) to select density,
resolution and original mode. The remaining time is shown on the display.
2
A Check which pages you wish to
scan with different settings.
B Remove the previous page and set
the next page.
C Select the Image Density, Resolution and Original Mode.
Note
❒ Adjust settings for each page
before you press the {Start} key.
When setting originals in the document
feeder (ADF)
A Check which pages you wish to
scan with different settings.
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Dialing
There are two main ways to dial a
number:
A Enter
the fax number with the
number keys.
❖ Number keys:
Enter numbers directly using the
key pad on the right side of the operation panel.
❖ Quick Dials:
When you have programed a destination's number in a Quick Dial
key, you can dial the number by
just pressing that key. Additionally, you can store a name that will
appear on the display whenever
you press that Quick Dial.
This section covers these features and
others in more detail.
2
The digits appear on the display as
you enter them.
Number Keys
Enter numbers directly using the key
pad on the right side of the operation
panel.
Note
❒ Maximum length of a fax number:
254 digits.
❒ You can insert pauses and tones in
a fax number. ⇒ P.44 “Pause”, P.45
“Tone”
❒ If the optional ISDN Unit is installed, you may need to enter a
subaddress. ⇒ Chapter 4, "Subaddress" in the Advanced Features
manual.
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop} key to erase the
wrong digits and try again.
❒ If the optional ISDN Unit is installed, select G3 or G4 before
you go to the next step. ⇒
Chapter 4, "Changing the Line
Types" in the Advanced Features manual.
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- Restrictions When Dialing with
the Number Keys
Fax numbers entered with the
number keys are programed in internal memory (separate from memory
for storing original data). Therefore,
you cannot program more than 100
numbers with the number keys for
the following:
• Destinations specified in a Memory Transmission (including Confidential Transmission and Polling
Reception)
• Transfer Stations and End Receivers specified in a Transfer Request
• Destinations and Transfer Stations
specified in a Group
• Destinations specified in program
registration
For example, when 90 destinations
are programed in a Group with the
number keys, only 10 destinations
can be dialed for Memory Transmission from the number keys.
2
Note
❒ When this machine is requested to
transfer a call (i.e. becomes a
Transfer Station), 2 fax numbers
are automatically programed.
Therefore, the number of destinations that can be dialed from the
number keys decreases by two
whenever this machine is requested to transfer a call.
❒ When a total of 100 fax numbers is
programed, only Immediate
Transmission is allowed.
❒ If a memory file is awaiting transmission and the "Memory is full
and you cannot enter with
number keys" message is dis-
played when dialing with the
number keys, you cannot dial any
more numbers. This is because fax
numbers have been dialed with the
number keys for some of the files
awaiting transmission. When these
files have been sent and their fax
numbers are deleted from memory, additional fax numbers can be
dialed.
❒ The display shows the percentage
of free memory space for storing
originals. Since fax numbers are
programed in separate memory,
dialing fax numbers with the
number keys does not change the
percentage on the display.
Pause
Press the {Pause/Redial} key when dialing or storing a number to insert
about a two-second pause.
Limitation
❒ You cannot insert a pause before
the first digit of a fax number.
Note
❒ A pause is shown as a "-" on the
display.
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❒ You can insert a pause in numbers
programed in Quick Dials.
Tone
This feature allows a machine connected to a pulse dialing line to send
tonal signals (for example if you want
to use a special service on a tone dialing line). When you press the {Tone}
key, the machine dials the number using tonal signals.
- Sending Tonal Signals by ISDN
(Optional ISDN Unit Required)
You can still send tone signals to a G3
user even if the machine is only connected to an ISDN line.
2
Note
❒ This feature can only be used for
Memory or Immediate Transmission. You cannot dial through
ISDN using On-hook Dial or Manual Dial.
Quick Dials
Limitation
❒ You cannot place a tone before the
first digit of a fax number.
❒ Some services may not be available
when using the {Tone} key.
Note
❒ A tone is shown as a "•" on the display.
- Using the {Tone} key with On
Hook Dial
A
B
C
Press {On Hook Dial}.
Enter the fax number with the
number keys.
Press {Tone}.
When you have programed a destination's number in a Quick Dial table,
you can dial the number by just selecting the destination from Quick
Dial table.
Additionally, you can store a name
that will appear on the display whenever you press that Quick Dial.
Preparation
You must program the fax number
of destination for the Quick Dial
table prior to using Quick Dial.⇒
P.57 “Programing Quick Dials”
Note
❒ To check the contents of Quick Dial, print the destination list. ⇒
Chapter 7, "Printing the Destination List" in the Advanced Features manual.
Reference
⇒ P.43 “Dialing”
A Set your original and select any
scan settings you require. ⇒ P.38
“Scan Settings”
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B Press
Note
❒ To cancel the change, press
[Cancel]. The display appears as
in step B.
the title key for the table
with the desired destination key.
E
Press [Exit].
❖ Quick Dial Table
2
C Press
the destination key If the
desired destination key is not
shown, press [U
U] and [T
T ] to look
through the table.
❖ Display Number Key
Note
❒ To cancel a selected destination,
press that destination again.
❒ If you wish to dial another destination, press [Add] and repeat
steps B and C.
D Press the {Start}} key.
- Changing Display Method
A
B
C
D
Press [Dest. Management].
Press [Change Display Mode].
Select [Display Quick Dial Tbl] or [Display Number Key].
Press [OK]. The selected item appears one line above the [Change
Display Method.] key.
Groups
If you frequently send the same message to more than one place, program
these numbers into a Group. Then
you can send the messages to all the
destinations in that Group with just a
few keystrokes. You can also program a name for the Group (for example, "Branch Offices") which will be
displayed before you press the {Start}
key.
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Preparation
You need to program the Groups.
⇒ P.65 “Programing Groups”
Limitation
❒ Group Dial can be used only for
Memory Transmission; it cannot
be used for Immediate Transmission. The machine automatically
changes to Memory Transmission
when you use Group Dial.
Note
❒ To check the contents of the
Groups, print the list. ⇒ Chapter 7,
"Printing the Group Dial List" in
the Advanced Features manual.
❒ A total of 500 destinations programed for Group Dial.
A programmed destination and
the total number of destinations is
displayed. Press [ U Prev.] or
T Next] to see the other destina[T
tion.
2
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop} key and start again.
A Set your original and select any
scan settings you require.
B Press [Group].
C Press
the group key for the desired group.
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Faxing
Reception
Selecting the Reception Mode
There are two ways you can set up
your machine to handle incoming
calls:
• Manual Reception (external telephone required)
• Auto Reception (external telephone required)
2
Manual Reception
When a telephone call comes in, the
machine rings. If the call is a fax message, you must manually change to
facsimile mode.
Auto Reception
When a telephone call comes in, the
machine automatically receives it as a
fax message. If the call is a fax message, you must manually change to
telephone mode.
Limitation
❒ You cannot select the reception
mode when the Extra G3 Interface
Unit (option) is installed.
❒ The optional external telephone is
required to use this machine as a
telephone.
❒ You cannot select the reception
mode when you use an ISDN line.
Reference
⇒ Chapter 5, "Reception Features" in the Advanced Features
manual.
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3. Setup
Initial Settings and Adjustments
You can send information to the other
party when transmitting or receiving
a fax message. This information is
shown on the display of the other machine and printed as a report. The following information can be sent.
❖ Display Name
The Display Name is sent to the
other party when you send or receive a fax. This name should include your name. The Display
Name is shown on the display of
the other machine and printed in a
report.
• You can program letters, symbols, number, and spaces.
Limitation
❒ Display Name works only
when the other machine is the
same make and has the Display
Name feature.
Note
❒ You can program up to 20 characters in Display Name.
❖ Stamp Name
The Stamp Name is printed on the
header of every fax you send. You
should include your na me in
Stamp Name.
You can program letters, symbols,
number, and spaces.
Note
❒ You can program up to 32 characters in Stamp Name. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General Setting/
Adjustment" in the Advanced
Features manual.
❖ Facsimile Number (Facsimile number
of sender)
The Facsimile Number of the sender is sent to the other party when
sending a fax using a G3 line. The
received facsimile nu mber is
shown on the display of the other
machine and printed in a report.
This function is available regardless of the make of the other party's
machine.
Note
❒ You can program up to 20 characters in Facsimile No.
❖ G4 TTI Information
The optional G4 Unit is required to
use this function.
G4 TTI information is available
when the machine is connected to
an ISDN line. This information is
printed by the other party's machine when a fax is transmitted.
You can program letters, symbols,
number, and spaces.
Note
❒ You can program up to 22 characters in G4 TTI Information.
Important
❒ You can confirm the programed
settings from Parameter Setting.
We recommend that you print
the Parameter List and keep it
when you program or change
settings. ⇒ Chapter 8, "Printing
the Parameter list" in the Advanced Features manual.
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Setup
Programing
Programing Stamp Name
A Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
A Press [First Name] or [Second
Name].
B Press [Facsimile Settings].
3
B Enter a Stamp Name.
C Press [Gen. Settings/Adjust].
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
C Press [OK].
D
Press [Program TTI Information].
Note
❒ If "Program TTI Information" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext].
[T
E Program the name and facsimile
number.
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Initial Settings and Adjustments
Programing Display Name
Programing Facsimile Number
A Press [Display Name].
A Press [Facsimile No.].
3
B Press [Display Name].
C Enter a Display Name.
B Select line type to Program.
Note
❒ The display differs according
to the number of G3 Interface
Unit (option) installed.
❒ When an Extra G3 Interface
Unit (option) is installed
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
D Press [OK].
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❒ When two Extra G3 Interface
Units (option) are installed
3
C Enter a facsimile number.
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
B Press [Country Code].
C Enter a country code using the
number keys.
D Press [OK].
E Press [Facsimile No.].
D Press [OK].
Programing G4 TTI Information
A Press [G4 TTI Information].
F Enter a facsimile number using
the number keys.
G Press [OK].
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Initial Settings and Adjustments
H Press [Terminal Name].
I Enter a terminal name.
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
B Press [Facsimile Settings].
C Press [Gen. Settings/Adjust].
3
D Press [Program TTI Information].
J Press [OK].
F Press [Exit].
G Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
Editing
Note
❒ The following procedure explains
how to edit Display Name as an
example.
Note
❒ If "Program TTI Information" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext].
[T
A Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
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Setup
E Press [Stamp Name], [Display Name]
or [Facsimile No.] for editing.
3
F Press the item you want to edit.
G Press [Backspace] or [Delete All] and
reenter the name or number.
H Press [OK].
I Press [Exit].
J Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
Deleting
Note
❒ The following procedure explains
how to edit Display Name as an
example.
Note
❒ Press [Clear], if you want to edit
Facsimile No., Country Code
and Facsimile No. of G4 TTI Information.
A Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
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Initial Settings and Adjustments
B Press [Facsimile Settings].
C Press [Gen. Settings/Adjust].
D Press [Program TTI Information].
E Press [Stamp Name], [Display Name]
or [Facsimile No.] for editing.
3
F Press the item you want to delete.
G Press [Backspace] or [Delete All] and
reenter the name or number.
Note
❒ If "Program TTI Information" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext].
[T
Note
❒ Press [Clear], if you want to edit
Facsimile No., Country Code
and Facsimile No. of G4 TTI Information.
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Setup
H Press [OK].
I Press [Exit].
3
J Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Quick Dial
Quick Dial
To save time, you can program a fax
number that you use often into a
Quick Dial key. Then, whenever you
are sending a message to that location, just press that Quick Dial key to
dial.
Use the following steps to program a
new Quick Dial or to edit or overwrite
existing Quick Dials.
You can program the following items
in each key:
• Destination fax number (up to 254
digits)
You can select a line type for each
destination, when the ISDN Unit
(option) or Extra G3 Interface Unit
(option) is installed.
Setting can also be made for SEP,
SUB, PWD, PID (up to 20 digits),
subaddress (optional ISDN Unit is
required), UUI, and tonal signals.
⇒ P.45 “Tone”, ⇒ Chapter 4, "Condition" in the Advanced Features
manual.
• Destination name (up to 20 digits)
• Label Insertion (whether to print
the destination name on faxes sent
to this number)
• Stamp Name (which Stamp Name
is printed on faxes sent to this
number) ⇒ Chapter 4, "Sub Transmission Mode" in the Advanced
Features manual.
• Key Display
You can program the Key Display
shown on the display (up to 16
characters). The Group name (up
to 16 characters of group name)
will be programed as the Key Display automatically if you do not
program a Key Display.
• Select Title
You can select a title to display
programed destinations. If no specific title is selected, only "Destination List" will be shown.
Important
❒ We recommend that you print the
Quick Dial list and keep it when
you program or change fax numbers. ⇒ Chapter 7, "Print List/Report" in the Advanced Features
manual.
3
Programing Quick Dials
If a receiver is programed in the
Quick Dial table, you can just press
that Quick Dial key to dial.
Limitation
❒ When a programed Quick Dial key
is being used for a standby Memory Transmission, the message
" Specified destination is
used by transmission standby
file. It cannot be changed or
deleted. Specify it again
after transmission is completed. " is shown. You cannot
change the destination for this key.
Note
❒ Up to 400 destinations can be programed. You can program up to
1200 destinations when Fax Function Upgrade Unit is installed.
❒ The maximum number of digits
for a fax number may be less than
254 due to the setting for the F
Code, Space and Subaddress.
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Setup
❒ You can program a destination
into the Quick Dial table using
[Program/Change/Delete] in facsimile
User Tools. ⇒ Chapter 7, "General
Setting/Adjustment" in the Advanced Features manual.
A Press [Dest. Management].
❒ If an unprogramed key is not
s h o w n , p re s s [ U P r e v . ] o r
TNext].
[T
❒ Press [Change Title] to display
another title.
D Enter the name of the receiver.
3
B Press
[Program/Change/Delete Quick
Dial].
Note
❒ If the key has been programed,
already the contents are shown.
E Press [OK].
The name has been programed.
F Enter
the facsimile number you
want to program using the
number keys or [1], [2], [3], [4], [5],
[6], [7],[8], [9], [0], [p
p ], and [q
q ].
C Select
the destination key you
want to program.
Note
❒ You should program a facsimile
number.
Note
❒ If the destination key has not
been programed,[p Not programed] is shown.
❒ If you make a mistake, press
[Clear] and start again.
❒ Press [Adv. Features] to edit F
code, subaddress or UUI.
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Quick Dial
❒ You can select a line type for
each destination when the ISDN
Unit (option) or Extra G3 Interface Unit (option) is installed.
Press [Line Select] to select a line
type.
Selecting TTI Name
A Press [Select TTI Name].
B Select [1st name] or [2nd name]
for registration.
Programing/Changing Key
Display
A Press [Key Display].
B Enter a Key Display.
3
C Press [OK].
Programing Label Insertion
A Press [Label Insertion].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
Note
❒ The name which you programed is shown. ⇒ P.73
“Entering Text”
C Press [OK].
The Key Display which you
programed is shown.
Selecting Title
A Press [Select Title].
B Select the title you want to program.
Note
❒ If you select [OFF] or if you
want to insert only the receiver name, go to step F.
C Press [Change] at the right side
of the second or third line.
C Press [OK].
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Setup
D Select the standard message to
be stamped at the second or
third line.
Editing Quick Dial
Change the receiver information already programed.
3
E Press [OK].
F Press [OK].
G Press [OK].
Limitation
❒ When a programed Quick Dial key
is being used for a standby Memory Transmission, the message
"Specified destination is
used by transmission standby
file. It cannot be changed or
deleted. Specify it again
after transmission is completed." is shown. You cannot
change the destination for this key.
A Press [Dest. Manage].
Note
❒ If you press [Cancel], group is
not programed. The display appears as in step C.
H Press [Exit] twice.
B Select [Program/Change/Delete Quick
Dial].
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Quick Dial
C Select
the destination key you
want to change.
B Reenter the destination.
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
Note
❒ If the destination key you require is not shown, press [U
U PT Next].
rev.] or [T
C Press [OK].
The new destination entered is
shown.
❒ Press [Change Title] to display
another title.
Editing Key Display
D Press
{Clear/Stop}
} or [Clear] and
reenter the facsimile number.
Edit the items only you want to
change. If you do not edit, go to
step E.
3
A Press [Key Display].
B Reenter the key display.
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
Note
❒ Press [Adv. Features] to edit F
code, subaddress or UUI.
❒ You can select a line type for
each destination when the ISDN
Unit (option) or Extra G3 Interface Unit (option) is installed.
Press [Line Select] to select a line
type.
C Press [OK].
The new key display entered is
shown.
Editing Title
A Press [Select Title].
Editing Destination
A Press [Destination].
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Setup
3
B Select the title you want to edit.
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
Note
❒ You can programed the same
destinations for [Title 1], [Title
2], [Title 3].
❒ When [Freq.] is selected for
one title, [Freq.] is selected for
all titles.
C Press [OK].
Note
❒ If you select [OFF] or if you
want to insert only the receiver name, go to step F.
C Press [Change] at the right side
of the second or third line.
Editing TTI Name
A Press [Select TTI Name].
B Select [1st name] or [2nd name]
and edit them.
D Select the standard message to
be stamped at the second or
third line.
C Press [OK].
Editing Label Insertion
A Press [Label Insertion].
E Press [OK].
F Press [OK].
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Quick Dial
E Press [OK].
Note
❒ If you press [Cancel], group is
not programed. The display appears as in step C.
A Press [Dest. Management].
B Select [Program/Change/Delete Quick
3
Dial].
F Press [Exit] twice.
C Press [Delete].
The machine will return to standby
mode.
Deleting Quick Dials
This procedure describes how to find
a programmed Quick Dial and delete
it.
D Select a destination key to be deleted.
Limitation
❒ When a deleted Quick Dial key is
being used for a standby Memory
Transmission, the message "Specified destination is used by
transmission standby file.
It cannot be changed or deleted. Specify it again after
transmission
is
completed." is shown. You can-
not delete the destination for this
key.
The information for the destination key is shown.
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Setup
Note
❒ If the destination key you require is not shown, press [U
U PT Next].
rev.] or [T
❒ Press [Change Title] to display
another title.
E Press [Delete].
3
The destination has been deleted.
Note
❒ If you press [Do not Delete], the
destination is not deleted. The
display appears as in step D.
F Press [Exit] twice.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Groups
Groups
Programing Groups
If you send the same message to several destinations at the same time on a
regular basis, program these destination numbers as a Group. This allows
you to dial these destinations with a
single key press.
You can program the following items
in a Group:
• Destination fax numbers (up to 500
numbers for each group, up to 254
digits for each number)
• Group name (up to 20 characters)
• Key Display
You can program the Key Display
shown on the display (up to 16
characters). The Group name (up
to 16 characters of group name)
will be programed as the Key Display automatically if you do not
program a Key Display.
You can edit destinations which are
programed in a group.
Limitation
❒ When a programed group is being
used for a standby Memory Transmission, the message "Specified
destination is used by
transmission standby file.
It cannot be changed or deleted. Specify it again after
transmission
is
completed." is shown. You cannot change the destinations for this
Group.
3
Note
❒ The maximum number of Groups
you can program is 64.
❒ The theoretical maximum number
of destinations you can store in a
Group *1 is 500 *2 .
*1
*2
If the same number is programed in
several Groups, it will only be counted as a single item.
There a Maximum of 100 numbers
with the Group key and 100 numbers
entered directly with the number
keys.
Programing Groups
Important
❒ It is recommended that you print
and keep the Group Dial list when
you program or change destinations. ⇒ Chapter 7, "Print List/Report" in the Advanced Features
manual.
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Setup
B Press
[Program/Change/Delete
Group].
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
E Press [OK].
The name has been programed.
F Specify
the destinations to be
programed in the Group.
3
C Select the group key you want to
program.
Note
❒ If the group key has not been
programed, [p Not programed]
is shown.
❒ If the destination key you require is not shown, press [U
U PT Next].
rev.] or [T
D Enter the name of the group.
Note
❒ You should program the group
name.
Note
❒ You should program facsimile
numbers using the number keys
or Quick Dial table.
❒ If you make a mistake, press
{Clear/Stop} or [Clear] and enter
again.
❒ When you specify multiple destinations using the number
keys, press [Add].
❒ Press [Dest. List], you can confirm the destinations programed in the group.
G Press [OK].
Note
❒ If you press [Cancel], the group
is not programed. The display
appears as in step C.
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Groups
H Press [Exit] twice.
G
Press [Exit].
Reference
⇒ Chapter 5, “Reception Functions” in the Advanced Features
manual.
Editing Groups
The machine will return to standby
mode.
- Programing the Group as a
Transfer Station of a Multi-step
Transfer
A Group can be programed as a
Transfer Station of a Multi-step
Transfer. You should program the receiving stations when you program
the group as a Transfer Station.
For more information, contact your
service representative.
A Follow step A to F in "Programing
Groups".
B Press [Condition].
C Press [Transfer Req.].
D Press [Receiving Station].
E Specify the receiving station.
F
Note
❒ When you specify the receiving
station with Quick Dial, press
[Quick Dial] and enter the Group
Dial number using the number
keys.
❒ When you specify the receiving
station with Group Dial, press
[Group Dial] and enter the Group
Dial number using the number
keys.
After specifying all of the receiving
stations, press [OK].
Change the Groups already programed.
3
Limitation
❒ When a programed Group is being
used for a standby Memory Transmission, the message "Specified
destination is used by
transmission standby file.
It cannot be changed or deleted. Specify it again after
transmission
is
completed." is shown. You cannot change the destination for this
key.
A Press [Dest. Manage].
B Select
[Program/Change/Delete
Group].
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Setup
C Select the key for the group key
want to change.
3
Note
❒ If the group key you require is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext].
[T
D Change the contents of the group.
B Press [Back Space] and [Delete
All] to reenter the group name.
Reference
⇒ P.73 “Entering Text”
C Press [OK].
Editing Key Display
A Press [Key Display].
Editing Group Name
A Press [Group Name].
B Press [Back Space] and [Delete
All] to reenter the key display.
C Press [OK].
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Groups
Editing destination programed in
Group
Destinations programed with
Quick Dial table
A Press [Change] for the destination you want to edit.
A Press [Clear/Stop] or [Clear] to
cancel the destination.
3
Note
❒ If the destination you require
is not shown, press [U
U Prev.]
or [T
TNext].
B Select the desired destination
key from the Quick Dial table.
B Edit the destination.
Destinations programed with
number keys
A Press { Clear/Stop}
} or [Clear] and
reenter the facsimile number.
Adding destinations
A Press [Add].
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Setup
B Add the destination using the
number keys or destination
key.
3
E Press [OK].
Deleting Groups
Limitation
❒ When a programed Group is being
used for a Memory Transmission
on standby, the message "Specified destination is used by
transmission standby file.
It cannot be changed or deleted. Specify it again after
transmission
is
completed." is shown. You cannot delete destinations for this
Group.
Delete a destination programed in a
Group
A Press [Dest. Manage].
F Press [Exit] twice.
B Select
[Program/Change/Delete
Group].
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Groups
C Select the group key which con-
tains the destination you want to
delete.
Note
❒ If you want to delete another
destination, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext] to display it.
[T
The programed Group is shown
on the display.
F Press [OK].
3
Note
❒ If the group key you require is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
TNext].
[T
D Press [Change] for the destination
you want to delete.
Note
❒ If you press [Cancel], the display
appears as in step C.
G Press [Exit] twice.
E Press {Clear/Stop}} or [Clear] to de-
lete the facsimile number.
If you programed the destination
with the number keys, the number
will clear one digit at a time. If you
programed it with the Quick Dial
table, the number will clear all at
once.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
Delete Groups
A Press [Dest. Manage].
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Setup
B Select
[Program/Change/Delete
Group].
3
C Press [Delete].
E Press [Delete].
The group has been deleted.
Note
❒ If you press [No]. The display
appears as in step C.
F Press [Exit] twice.
D Select the key for the group key
want to delete.
Note
❒ If a group key has not been programed, [p Not programed] is
shown.
❒ If the group key has been programed, the group name or key
display is shown.
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Entering Text
Entering Text
This section describes how to enter characters. When you enter a character, it is
shown at the position of the cursor. If there is a character at the cursor position,
the entered character is shown before the character.
Available Characters
• Alphabetic characters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
• Symbols
• Numerals
0123456789
3
Keys
Note
❒ When entering uppercase or lowercase continuously, use the [Shift Lock] to
lock the case.
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Setup
How to Enter Text
Entering letters
A Press [Shift] to switch between uppercase and lowercase.
B Press the letter you want to enter.
Deleting characters
3
A Press [Back Space] or [Delete All] to delete characters.
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4. Troubleshooting
Adjusting Volume
You can change the volume of the following sounds the machine makes.
B Press [Facsimile Settings].
❖ On Hook
Sounds when the [On Hook Dial] key
is pressed.
❖ Transmission
Sounds when the machine sends a
message.
❖ Reception
Sounds when the machine receives
a message.
C Select [Gen. Settings/Adjust].
❖ Dialing
Sounds after pressing the [Start]
key until the line connect to the
destination.
❖ Printing
Sounds when a received message
has been printed. ⇒ Chapter 5,
"Print Completion Beep" in the Advanced Features manual.
D Select [Adjust Sound Volume].
Limitation
❒ Adjusting Volume is not available
with G4 on the optional Extra G3
Interface Unit.
Note
❒ You can adjust the On Hook volume when you press the {On Hook
Dial} key. ⇒ Chapter 4, "On-hook
Dial" in the Advanced Features
manual.
A Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
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Troubleshooting
E Press [Lower] or [Louder] for each
item.
Note
❒ You can hear the actual volume
by pressing [Check].
4
F Press [OK].
Note
❒ If you press [Cancel], the volume
setting is canceled. The display
appears as in step C.
G Press [Exit].
H Press {User Tools/Counter}}.
The machine will return to standby
mode.
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Error Messages and Their Meanings
Error Messages and Their Meanings
If there is an error, one of the following messages may appear on the display. It
might just flash briefly, so if you are watching for errors, stay by the machine and
check the display.
Message
Problem and Solution
Reset originals and press Start.
Original jammed during Memory Transmission. Reset originals that have not been
scanned.
Error. Transmission has been cancelled.
A document jam occurred during Immediate
Transmission. Press [OK] and re-send the page
which has been not sent.
4
An error occurred during Immediate Transmission. Press [OK] and re-send the original.
Note
❒ There may be a problem with the machine
or the telephone line (for example noise or
cross talk). If the error re-occurs frequently,
contact your service representative.
Cannot detect original size. Reset original(s)
and press Start key.
The machine failed to detect the size of the
original. Reset originals and press the {Start}
key.
LService call
There is a problem with the fax function.
Record the code number shown in the display
and contact your service representative. The
copier function will still work normally.
Functional problem with the fax. Please contact your service representative.
Memory is full. Cannot store additional originals. (Stored original(s) will be transmitted.)
If you press [OK], the machine returns to the
standby mode and starts transmitting pages
which has been scanned.
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Troubleshooting
When the {Facsimile} key is Lit in Red
If this key is lit, refer to the table below and take the appropriate action.
Problem
Solution
Paper has run out.
Add paper.
⇒ "Loading Paper" in the Copy Reference.
The paper output tray is full.
Remove the paper from the tray.
The machine is in RDS (Remote Diagnostic
System) mode.
Wait with the Main Power switch on. Machine
will go to the standby mode after it exits from
the RDS mode.
A facsimile error has occurred.
The facsimile has a problem. Contact a service
representative. The copier will still function
normally.
Toner is empty.
Replace the toner cartridge. ⇒ "Adding Toner"
in the Copy Reference.
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Solving Problems
This table lists some common problems and their solutions.
Problem
Solution
Refer to
Image background appears
dirty when received at the
other end.
Adjust the scan density.
P.40 “Image Density (Contrast)”
Printed or sent image contains
spots.
The Document Feeder (ADF)
or exposure glass is dirty.
Clean them. ⇒ the Copy Reference manual.
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Make sure that ink or correction fluid is dry before setting
the original.
Received image is too light.
4
Request the sender to increase
the image density.
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When using moist, rough or
processed paper, the printed
image may be partly invisible.
Only use recommended paper.
⇒ Appendix, "Acceptable
Types of Originals" in the Advanced Features manual.
When D appears on the display, toner is beginning to run
out. Replace the toner cartridge soon. ⇒ the Copy Reference manual.
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Message appears blank at the
other end.
The original was set upside
down. Set it properly.
P.18 “Setting Originals”
You want to cancel a Memory
Transmission.
If the original is being programed, press the {Clear/Stop}
key.
P.31 “Canceling a Memory
Transmission”
If the original is being sent,
use "Check/Cancel TX Files"
in the Information menu.
⇒ Chapter 2, "Checking and
Canceling Transmission Files"
in the Advanced Features
manual.
You want to cancel an Immediate Transmission.
Press the {Clear/Stop} key.
P.6 “Operation Panel”
You cannot add any destinations in a Group at though the
number of destinations has
not reached the maximum.
100 destinations have been
programmed with the
number keys (1000 with the
optional Expansion Memory).
Program more numbers with
Quick Dials or Speed Dials.
⇒ Chapter 4, " Dial", "Redial"
or "Subaddress" in the Advanced Features manual.
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A
Adjusting Volume, 75
Analog Line Connector, 5
Auto Reception, 48
B
Broadcasting, 26
Bypass Tray, 4
C
Canceling a Memory Transmission, 31
Canceling an Immediate Transmission,
37
Changing Memory Transmission and
Immediate Transmission, 17
Check Modes key, 6
Clear Modes key, 6
Clear/Stop key, 7
Communicating Indicator, 6
Components, 3
Confidential File Indicator, 6
CSI→Facsimile Number, 49
D
Detail, 38
Dialing, 43
Display, 12
Document Feeder (ADF), 3
E
Energy Saver key, 6
Entering letters, 74
Entering Text, 73
Error Messages, 77
Exposure Glass, 3
External Telephone Connector, 5
Extra G3 Interface Unit Connector, 5
F
Facsimile Error Indicator, 78
Facsimile key, 6
Faxing, 17
G
Groups, 46, 65
I
Image density, 38
Image Density (Contrast), 40
Immediate Transmission, 14, 17, 34
Interrupt key, 6
L
LCD display, 6
letters, 74
M
Main Power Switch, 4
Manual Reception, 48
Memory Transmission, 14, 17, 26
N
Number keys, 7, 43
O
On Hook Dial key, 7
Operation Panel, 6
Operation Switch, 4
Original Mode, 38, 39
P
Pause, 44
Pause/Redial key, 7
Photo, 39
Q
Quick Dial, 43, 45, 57
R
Receive File Indicator, 6
Reception, 48
Resolution, 38
RTI→Display Name, 49
S
Scan Settings, 38
Selecting the Reception Mode, 48
Setting Originals, 18
Setup, 49
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Standard, 38
Start Manual RX key, 6
Super Fine, 38
T
Text, 39
Text·Photo, 39
Tonal Signals, 45
Tone, 45
Tone key, 7
Troubleshooting, 75
TTI→Stamp Name, 49
U
User Tools/Counter key, 6
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