OFX 180
INSTRUCTIONS
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Olivetti I-Jet S.p.A.
Località Le Vieux
11020 ARNAD (Italy)
Olivetti Tecnost, S.p.A.
Direzione @ Home/Office
Via Jervis, 77 - 10015 IVREA (Italy)
Copyright © 2003, Olivetti
All rights reserved
The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes to the machine described in this manual, at any time, and
without prior warning.
This machine has been approved, under the terms of Council Decision 98/482/EC, for Europe-wide connection as
a single terminal to an analogue Public Switched Telephone System (PSTN) system. However, due to differences
between individual PSTNs in the various countries, the approval does not unconditionally guarantee success
operation of every PSTN termination point.
If you encounter any problems, you should contact your supplier immediately.
The manufacturers declare under their own responsibility that this product
complies with provisions laid down by the directive 1999/05/CE.
Conformance is certified by the application of the
mark to the product.
Network compatibility declaration
This product has been designed and developed to operate in the networks of all European Community countries,
and in those of Switzerland and Norway.
Full compatibility with the networks of individual countries will depend on specific national software parameters which
can be set in the product. If you encounter problems with non EC PSTN networks, contact your national technical
support service.
Your attention is drawn to the following conditions that could compromise the conformity attested above as well as
the machine’s characteristics:
• incorrect electrical supply;
• incorrect installation, erroneous or improper use, or any use that differs from what is indicated in the User Manual
supplied with the machine;
• replacement of components or original parts using other types, not approved by the manufacturer, or where
carried out by unauthorized persons.
The electrical socket must be near to hand and easily accessible. To disconnect the machine from the electrical power
supply, unplug it from the supply socket.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FIRST SECTION
BEFORE USING IT
I HOW TO START AT ONCE
CONSULTING THE MANUAL ........................................................ I
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ........................................................ I
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS .................................................... I
ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP PARAMETERS ............ I
PACKAGE CONTENTS .................................................................. I
ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
II
CONSOLE ..................................................................................... II
CONSOLE .................................................................................... III
COMPONENTS ............................................................................ IV
V
INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
V
CONNECTION TO THE TELEPHONE LINE AND
POWER SUPPLY
V
SETTING SOME PARAMETERS (INDISPENSABLE
FOR CORRECT FUNCTIONING)
VI
TO SET THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF
DESTINATION .............................................................................. VI
TO SET THE DATE AND TIME ................................................... VII
SETTING UP THE FAX MACHINE
TRANSMISSION
VIII
X
TO TRANSMIT AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT ................................. X
TO HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A
DOCUMENT................................................................................. XI
TO SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED .......... XI
RECEPTION
XII
MANUAL RECEPTION ................................................................ XII
AUTOMATIC RECEPTION .......................................................... XII
RECEPTION IN THE "PHONE/FAX" MODE ................................ XII
USING THE TELEPHONE
XIII
MAKING COPIES
XIII
TO MAKE ONE OR MORE COPIES ........................................... XIII
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECOND SECTION
INSTALLATION
1
TO CONNECT IT TO THE TELEPHONE LINE ............................. 1
TO CONNECT THE TELEPHONE HANDSET .............................. 3
TO CONNECT IT TO THE POWER SUPPLY ................................ 3
TO ADD PAPER ............................................................................. 3
TO INSTALL THE PRINT HEAD.................................................... 4
PRECAUTIONS ABOUT THE USE OF PRINT HEADS ................. 4
TO CHANGE THE DATE AND TIME ............................................. 5
ALL THAT IS MISSING NOW IS YOUR NAME AND
FAX NUMBER ............................................................................... 5
TO SET IT UP FOR THE TELEPHONE LINE ................................ 6
BASIC TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION
OPERATIONS
7
TO SEND A DOCUMENT .............................................................. 7
TO RECEIVE ............................................................................... 10
TO SET ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING ........................... 11
TO PRINT REPORTS AND LISTS ............................................... 13
TO MAKE A CALL
16
TO TELEPHONE WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING ........................ 16
TO TELEPHONE WITH SPEED DIALLING .................................. 16
TO TELEPHONE BY RUNNING A SEARCH IN THE
PHONE BOOK ............................................................................. 16
TO MAKE A COPY
17
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED ...................................... 17
TO MAKE A COPY ....................................................................... 17
TO GET COPIES OF AN EXCELLENT QUALITY ........................ 17
MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
18
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS ................................. 18
OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS .......................... 21
SENDING/RECEIVING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING MODE ........ 22
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
24
WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE ................... 24
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PAPER OR INK HAS RUN OUT ......... 24
IF THE TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL ........................... 24
FOR MINOR PROBLEMS ............................................................ 24
ERROR CODES .......................................................................... 25
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES ......................................................... 26
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
28
TO REPLACE THE PRINT HEAD ............................................... 28
CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD AND TESTING
THE NOZZLES ............................................................................ 28
TO CLEAN THE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS OF THE
PRINT HEAD ............................................................................... 29
TO CLEAN THE NOZZLES OF THE PRINT HEAD .................... 29
TO CLEAN THE PRINT HEAD PAD ............................................ 29
TO CLEAN THE OPTICAL READER ........................................... 30
TO CLEAN THE CASING ............................................................ 30
TO REMOVE JAMMED DOCUMENTS AND SHEETS OF
PRINTING PAPER ....................................................................... 30
TECHNICAL DATA
31
INDEX
32
BEFORE USING IT
ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP
CONSULTING THE MANUAL
PARAMETERS
This manual has been divided into two sections: the first section
"About the fax machine" and "How to start at once" provide a
summary of the description of the fax machine, allowing you to
install it and use it immediately, even if it is only with its mininum
capabilities.
After this initial phase, the second section of the manual can be
consulted. In it you will find a detailed description of the fax
machine and its many capabilities.
As the country default values for each installation and setup parameter may change due to certification requirements or specific customers’ needs, these values do not always correspond to those indicated
in the manual: it is therefore advisable to print them before changing
them.
PACKAGE
CONTENTS
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
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Never attempt to repair the fax machine yourself. If you remove
the outer casing, you could get an electric shock or suffer some
other kind of injury. Repairs should be carried out by qualified
technical staff only.
If you are to leave the fax machine unused for a long period of
time, you should disconnect it from the power supply: in this way,
it will be protected against the risk of damage due to interference or
power surges.
During storms we recommend you unplug the device from
both the power outlet and the telephone line so as to
eliminate all risk of damage.
In case of a voltage drop or power failure, it will not be possible to
make or receive telephone calls as the keypad will be disabled.
If it is essential that you make a call in this situation, you must use an
emergency telephone approved by the telephone company and
connected directly to the fax machine.
INSTALLATION
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In addition to the fax machine and this manual, you will find the following elements in the package:
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The cable for connecting the fax machine to the telephone line.
The telephone plug (if applicable).
The box containing the monochrome print head provided with the
machine (non rechargeable).
The telephone handset.
The paper support.
The template for nationalizing the central part of the operator console.
The list of Olivetti customer assistance centres (Olivetti Customer
Service).
PRECAUTIONS
Place the fax machine on a stable, flat surface free of vibrations, to
prevent it from falling and getting damaged or causing injury to
people.
Keep the fax machine in a dust-free place away from sources of
water, steam or excessive heat. Do not expose it to direct sunlight.
Keep the fax machine away from other electrical or electronic
appliances which may generate interference, e.g. radio, television, etc.
Ensure that no books, documents, or other objects obstruct normal
ventilation in any way. Ideally this fax machine should be operated
in an environment with a temperature of between 5°C and 35°C
and a relative humidity of between 15% and 85%.
Leave enough room in front of the outlet for the unloading of
originals and received/copied documents, so that they do not fall
on the floor.
I
ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
CONSOLE
REDUCTION KEY
RESOLUTION
Reduces or enlarges the documents to be copied (only with
the document inserted in the
ADF).
KEY
Adjusts the resolution of the
documents to be copied (only
with the document inserted in
the ADF).
CONTRAST
KEY
Adjusts the contrast of the
documents to be copied
(only with the document inserted in the ADF).
COPY
"ERROR" LED INDICATOR
KEY
Starts copying a document (only with the document already inserted in
the ADF).
RX MODE
RESOL.
CONTR.
S. DIAL
LAST TX
EXTERNAL
CLEAR
PAUSE
FUNCTION KEY
NUMERIC KEYS
Gives access to programming mode.
Selects
menus
and
submenus.
Dial the fax or telephone number.
If pressed for more than a second, automatically dial (once set) the telephone or
fax number assigned to them (one-touch
dialling function).
Set any numeric data.
Select digits and alphanumeric characters during the entry of numbers and
names.
RECALL
KEY
With the handset lifted, gives access to the
special functions made available by the
network manager and commonly known
as REGISTER RECALL (R function).
II
Signals an operating fault during transmission or
reception.
With tone dialling, they send a
tone down the line for special
network services.
They scroll "backwards" and
"forwards" through characters
and special symbols during the
entry of names.
only: dials remote control
codes.
Before or after dialling the fax or
telephone number, temporarily
switches the dialling mode from
pulse to tone.
ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
CONSOLE
STOP
KEY
Unloads a document from the ADF.
Turns off the " " LED indicator.
Returns the fax machine to the standby mode.
Stops the programming, transmission,
reception or copying operation in
progress.
RX MODE
RESOL.
CONTR.
S. DIAL
LAST TX
EXTERNAL
CLEAR
PAUSE
HOOK KEY
LAST TX /PAUSE KEY
CONTRAST
Accesses the line: it is
equivalent to lifting the
receiver.
When pressed twice,
redials the last fax number
(only with document inserted in the ADF) or the
last telephone number dialled.
Inserts a pause during the
dialling of the telephone or
fax number.
Adjusts the contrast of the documents to be sent
(only with the document inserted in the ADF).
Scrolls "forwards" through the settings of a parameter.
Moves the cursor to the "right" during the entry of
numbers and names.
Increases the speaker volume after pressing the
KEY
key.
RESOLUTION
START KEY
Starts receiving a document.
After the fax number has been dialled,
starts sending a document (only with
the document already inserted in the
ADF).
Confirms the selection of menus,
submenus, parameters and their values and moves on to the next condition.
RX MODE/HOLD KEY
Selects the various reception
methods.
Puts a call on hold during a
telephone conversation.
KEY
Adjusts the resolution of the documents to be
sent (only with the document inserted in the
ADF).
Scrolls "backwards" through the settings of a
parameter.
Moves the cursor to the "left" during the entry of
numbers and names.
Decreases the speaker volume after pressing
the
key.
SPEED DIAL/CLEAR KEY
EXTERNAL KEY
After two numeric keys (01-32) have
been pressed, automatically dials (once
set) the telephone or fax number associated with them.
Cancels incorrect settings.
With the fax machine connected to a private exchange:
When pressed before dialling the telephone or fax number gives access to the public line.
III
ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
COMPONENTS
The figure shows the external and internal parts of the fax machine.
PLAIN PAPER FEED COMPARTMENT (ASF)
Adjustable to the following paper sizes: A4, Letter and Legal.
Maximum capacity: 40 sheets (80gr/m2).
CONNECTION
PAPER SUPPORT EXTENSION
SOCKETS
PAPER ADJUSTING LEVER
PAPER GUIDES
DISPLAY
BUILT-IN
The display consists of two lines of 16
characters each. It shows the date and
time, menu items, error messages, resolution and contrast values.
TELEPHONE HANDSET
PRINT HEAD COMPARTMENT COVER
AUTOMATIC FEEDER FOR ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS TO BE
(ADF)
SENT AND COPIED
Maximum capacity: 5 sheets of A4, Letter and Legal.
1 sheet of A5.
OPTICAL READER
OPERATOR
SPEAKER
CONSOLE
RECEIVED OR COPIED DOCUMENT OUTPUT
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER PLATE
(SEE BASE)
PRINT HEAD COMPARTMENT
IV
HOW TO START AT ONCE
This section provides a basic description of the fax machine, by explaining its installation procedures and those regarding its basic and
immediate use, even if only with its minimum capabilities. For a more comprehensive use of the fax machine, see the corresponding section.
As this section has been especially designed so as to guide you to a gradual and systematic approach of the fax machine, it is advisable to
read the topics in the order in which they are presented.
INSTALLATION
CONDITIONS
Place the fax machine on a stable, flat surface. Make sure there is enough room for ventilation.
Keep the fax machine in a dust-free place away from sources of excessive heat or humidity. Do not expose it to direct sunlight.
CONNECTION TO THE TELEPHONE LINE AND POWER SUPPLY
Connect the fax machine to the telephone line
IMPORTANT
The fax machine is set up to be connected to the
public telephone line. If you want to connect it to a
private line and you want to use it on a public line
see "To set it up for the telephone line" section
"Installation".
Connect the telephone handset
A
B
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HOW TO START AT ONCE
Connect the fax machine to the power supply
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
Before connecting it, remove the band that blocks the print
head carriage by pulling the flap upwards (see picture below).
The plug of the power supply cable may vary from country
to country.
B
A
SETTING SOME PARAMETERS (INDISPENSABLE FOR CORRECT FUNCTIONING)
Once the fax is connected to the power supply, it automatically carries out a short test to check the functions of its
components, therefore, the following messages (usually in
English) appear on the display.
On the upper line:
AUTOMATIC RX
TO SET THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY
OF DESTINATION
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and alternating on the lower line:
CHECK PRINT HEAD
SET DATE/TIME
The display shows the language in which the messages are
displayed. For example:
ITALIANO
/
To select the desired language. For example:
ENGLISH
To confirm the setting. The display shows a country of destination. For example:
IMPORTANT
EUROPE
You need to set your language and your country for the fax
machine to work appropriately.
/
To select the desired country. For example:
U.K.
If your country is not present among those shown on the
display, see the table below:
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HOW TO START AT ONCE
TO SET THE DATE AND TIME
COUNTRY
COUNTRY TO BE SELECTED
Argentina
Australia
AMERICA LATINA
NZL/AUSTRALIA
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Chile
China
Colombia
ÖSTERREICH
BELGIUM
BRASIL
AMERICA LATINA
CHINA
AMERICA LATINA
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Holland
DANMARK
FINLAND
FRANCE
DEUTSCHLAND
INTERNATIONAL
HOLLAND
Hong Kong
India
Israel
Italy
Luxembourg
Mexico
SINGAPORE
INDIA
ISRAEL
ITALIA
BELGIUM
AMERICA LATINA
/
New Zealand
Norway
Peru
Portugal
Rest of world
Singapore
NZL/AUSTRALIA
NORGE
AMERICA LATINA
PORTUGAL
INTERNATIONAL
SINGAPORE
/
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
UK
S. AFRICA
ESPAÑA
SVERIGE
SCHWEIZ
TAIWAN
U.K.
Uruguay
Venezuela
AMERICA LATINA
AMERICA LATINA
To confirm the setting.
To complete the procedure.
The first time that you connect the fax machine to the
power supply and every time there is a voltage drop,
you need to set the date and time as described below.
Once they have been set, they can be modified, see "To
change the date and time", section "Installation".
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
FORMAT: DD/MM/YY
/
If you want to select a different format from the one displayed, press the |/} keys.
The display shows:
FORMAT: 24 H
If you want to select the other time format (12-hour), press
the |/} keys.
The display shows:
DD/MM/YY
25-07-03
Enter the new date and time (e.g. 26-07-03; 12:00). As
each digit is entered, the cursor will move to the next one.
DD/MM/YY
26-07-03
/
HH:MM
11:23
HH:MM
12:00
If you only want to change a few digits, move the cursor to
them using the |/} keys and overwrite them with the correct
digits.
To confirm the setting. The procedure for setting the date and
time is complete. The new date and time will be updated
automatically and will be printed on each page sent.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
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If you have chosen the 12-hour time format, the display will
show the letter "p" (post meridiem) or the letter "a" (ante
meridiem). To switch from one letter to another, move the cursor to the letter to be changed, using the |/} keys, and press
the
key.
If a mistake has been made or you wish to interrupt the procekey.
dure, press the
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Remember that the stand-by mode is the status in which it is idle
and that it is the mode from which the machine can be programmed.
VII
HOW TO START AT ONCE
SETTING UP THE FAX MACHINE
Feed the print paper into the machine
A
B
IMPORTANT
By means of the adjusting lever (see picture below) push the
sheets until they adhere to the left and right side of the paper
feed compartment.
C
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HOW TO START AT ONCE
Insert the print head
IMPORTANT
The print head provided with the machine allows you to
print up to 80 pages*, whereas the spare print heads,
with a greater capacity, allow you to print up to 500 pages*.
* Based on Test Chart ITU-TS n.1 (black coverage = 3,8%).
A
B
c
d
IMPORTANT
Remember to use, once you have run out of the print
head provided with the machine, only non-rechargeable print heads (single-block).
IMPORTANT
If, after the print head has been installed, the "CHECK
PRINT HEAD" message appears again, try removing it and then reinserting it, pressing it more firmly into
position. If the message remains on the display, remove the print head and clean the electrical contacts
of the print head and the carriage, see "To clean the
electrical contacts of the print head", section
"Maintenance operations".
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Once the print head has been inserted, the fax machine
starts the nozzle cleaning and checking procedure, which
is completed by:
• the printing, on the sheet loaded automatically, of a diagnostic test sheet containing:
- a numbered scale, for checking the flow of ink and the
electrical circuits of the print head nozzles.
- a group of graphics and text, so that the printing quality may be evaluated.
• the display shows the message: "CHECK PRINT OUT",
"1 = EXIT 0 = REPEAT".
Examine the print test sheet as follows:
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HOW TO START AT ONCE
• Check that the numbered scale is not interrupted at any
point and that the black areas do not present any horizontal white lines: if these conditions, which confirm that
the print head has been inserted correctly and is working
properly, are respected, set the value 1. The fax machine
returns to its initial stand-by status and is ready for use. The
display shows the message:
AUTOMATIC RX
25-07-03
11:23
• On the other hand, if there are any interruptions or white
lines present, set 0 to clean the nozzles again: if the new
print test continues to be unsatisfactory, repeat the procedure another time. Then, if the printing quality does still not
meet your expectations, clean the electrical contacts and the
nozzles as indicated in "To clean the electrical contacts
of the print head" and "To clean the nozzles of the
print head", section "Maintenance operations".
IMPORTANT
When the print head is about to run out of ink, the display
shows:
INK LOW
At the same time the fax machine automatically prints a page to
warn you that the ink is running out and you will have to
replace the print head soon.
When there is no more ink, the display shows:
OUT OF INK
To replace the print head, see the section "Maintenance operations".
To buy new print heads, see the corresponding codes at
the end of the manual.
For any further information about the correct use of the
print heads, see "Precautions about the use of print
heads", section "Installation".
TRANSMISSION
If you follow the procedures described below, you can immediately use the fax machine to carry out simple transmission operations. In
any case, do not forget that there are other procedures for dialling the number of the correspondent (one-touch and speed dialling, etc.) and that
the fax machine can function in other transmission modes (delayed transmission, broadcast transmission, transmission from memory, etc.) for which
you need an adequate setting (see "To set one-touch and speed dialling" and "To send a document", section "Basic transmission and
reception operations").
IMPORTANT
For any type of transmission it is necessary to place the
original document in the automatic feeder for original
documents (ADF). Therefore, before starting a transmission, remember to place the document, without forcing, on the
automatic document feeder (ADF) with the side to be sent face
down.
TO TRANSMIT AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT
If these diagrams are not enough:
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è
read the following instructions:
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
To change contrast and resolution values, see "To adjust
the contrast and resolution", section "Basic transmission and reception operations".
/
X
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32 digits).
HOW TO START AT ONCE
To start sending.
TO SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds and then the initial standby status.
RAISED
If these diagrams are not enough:
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If you have entered any incorrect digits: position the cursor,
using the |/} keys, to the incorrect digit and overwrite it with
the correct one; if you want to delete the number altogether,
press the
key.
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read the following instructions:
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
To change contrast and resolution values, see "To adjust
the contrast and resolution", section "Basic transmission and reception operations".
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If you want to abort the transmission in progress, press
the
key. The fax machine unloads the document from
the ADF and returns to the initial stand-by mode.
If the document to be removed consists of more than one
to unload the first, remove all
sheet, before pressing
the others by hand.
Lift the receiver to engage the line. The display shows:
TEL CALL
/
TO HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN
SENDING A DOCUMENT
If these diagrams are not enough:
è
è
è
è
read the following instructions:
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
To change contrast and resolution values, see "To adjust
the contrast and resolution", section "Basic transmission and reception operations".
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32
digits).
If your correspondent’s fax machine is set up for automatic reception, you will hear the fax machine
signal.
If it is set up for manual reception, the correspondent
himself will answer so you can ask him to press the start
key on his fax machine, after which you will hear the fax
machine signal.
To start sending.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds and then the initial standby status.
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If you forget to hang up after completing the transaction, the
fax machine will emit a beep to prompt you to hang up.
To hear the dialling tones. The display shows:
TYPE NUMBER
/
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32
digits).
To start sending as soon as you hear the correspondent's
fax machine tone.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds.
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HOW TO START AT ONCE
RECEPTION
You can set up the fax machine to receive the documents sent by your correspondents in three separate modes, that you may access by
pressing the
key: manual reception, automatic reception and automatic reception in the "PHONE/FAX" mode.
MANUAL RECEPTION
RECEPTION IN THE "PHONE/FAX" MODE
For all occasions in which you are present and you can therefore
answer the calls yourself.
PHONE/FAX RX
If these diagrams are not enough:
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Until the display shows:
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You have set up the fax machine for the phone/fax mode. The
behaviour of the fax machine in this mode depends on who calls
and on your presence/absence when receiving the fax. The following diagram will help you:
After ringing
twice (set
value).
read the following instructions:
Until the display shows:
PHONE/FAX RX enabled.
MANUAL RX
A FAX MACHINE is calling.
A TELEPHONE is calling.
When the telephone rings, lift the handset to engage the
line. The display shows:
Your fax machine is set to receive automatically.
TEL CALL
As soon as you hear the fax machine signal or if the correspondent asks you to receive a document. The display
shows:
Your fax machine beeps for 20
seconds (set value). The display shows "LIFT HANDSET".
CONNECTING
20 seconds have passed and you
have not lifted the receiver.
Hang up.
The fax machine starts to receive and the display shows
some information about the reception in progress, including
the your correspondent’s fax number or, if programmed,
his name.
Your fax is set to receive
automaticaly. It will wait to receive a document for about 30
seconds, then it will return to the
initial waiting mode.
Once the document has been received, the display shows
the message "RX COMPLETED" for a few seconds and
then the stand-by mode.
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Any kind of reception may be stopped by pressing the
key. The fax machine then returns to the initial standby mode.
The remote party called just to
talk to you: at the end of the conversation, replace the receiver.
The remote party asks you to
receive.
AUTOMATIC RECEPTION
For all occasions in which you are out but want to receive documents
anyway. This is the mode originally set on your fax machine; should
it not be set in this way, press the
key until the display shows:
AUTOMATIC RX
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Your fax is set to receive.
HOW TO START AT ONCE
USING THE TELEPHONE
When you engage the line by lifting the telephone handset, you may use all the telephone functions available on ordinary telephones sold on
the market.
These also include the R function (REGISTER RECALL, activated by pressing the
key, with previous setting see "To set it up for the
telephone line", section "Installation") which provides access to the special services made available by the company that manages the
telephone network.
You can also use the following functions:
•
Call the correspondent using the fast dialling procedures set, see "To telephone with one-touch dialling" and "To telephone with speed
dialling", section "To make a call".
•
Momentarily hold a telephone call by pressing the
(HOLD) key. The call is resumed as soon as the same key is pressed again.
MAKING COPIES
TO MAKE ONE OR MORE COPIES
To choose the desired copy size setting: "100%", "140%"
or "70%".
As mentioned previously, you can also use the fax machine
as a photocopier. The printing quality obtained depends
on the contrast and resolution values that you select,
using the
and
keys, before activating the copy-
ing function.
Insert the document in the ADF.
The display shows the default contrast, resolution and copy
size settings: NORMAL, TEXT and 100%, respectively.
To choose the desired contrast setting: "LIGHT", "DARK"
or "NORMAL".
To choose the desired resolution setting: "TEXT" or "FOTO".
Press the
key if you want to make one copy only,
otherwise, enter the desired number of copies (max. 9)
key. The fax machine saves the
before pressing the
pages of the document one by one, before making the
copies.
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If you want to abort the copy in progress, press the
key twice: the first time to unload the document from the ADF
and the second time to return the fax machine to the initial
stand-by mode.
If the document to be removed has more than one sheet,
to unload the first, remove all the
before pressing
other sheets.
XIII
INSTALLATION
TO CONNECT IT TO THE TELEPHONE LINE
If the telephone system has more than one socket, you can connect the additional telephones to any of the free sockets providing
your system’s sockets are handled in parallel, that is: if you can
still hear the dialling tone when the receivers of the telephones
already present are off the hook.
As the connection to the telephone line of the fax machine is
regulated by national standards that vary from one country to
another, the diagrams that follow show some examples of
connections. However, if the connection to the telephone line is
different in your country from those shown in the diagrams, respect the regulations in force in your country.
CONNECTING
If you cannot hear the dialling tone when you raise the receivers
of the additional telephones, this means that your sockets are
connected in series. In this case, connect the fax machine to the
last socket in the series.
(Case 2 connection)
THE FAX MACHINE
1. Insert the connector or plug (which varies from one country to
another) of the additional device into the plug-socket (see diagram).
1. Insert the connector of the cable for connecting it to the telephone
line into the "LINE" socket on the fax machine (see diagrams
"case 1", "case 2" or "case 3").
2. Insert the connector or the plug (if applicable) at the other end of
the cable into the wall telephone line socket (see diagrams "case
1", "case 2" or "case 3").
CONNECTING
(Case 3 connection)
1. Insert the plug of the additional device into the wall telephone line
socket (see diagram).
AN EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
(Case 1 connection)
1. Remove, if present, the cover of the "TEL" socket for connecting
the machine to the telephone line on the fax machine, then insert
the connector on the telephone cable of the addition device into
this socket (see diagram).
CASE 1
CONNECTION
WALL
CORD
SOCKETS FOR CONNECTION TO TELEPHONE LINE
FAX
B
LINE
B
Connection sockets
EMERGENCY
TELEPHONE
TEL
1
CASE 2
CONNECTION
WALL
CORD
SOCKETS FOR CONNECTION TO TELEPHONE LINE
FAX
C
B
Connection sockets
LINE
EMERGENCY
B
TELEPHONE
CASE 3 CONNECTION (GERMANY)
TEL
WALL
CORD
FAX
SOCKETS FOR CONNECTION TO TELEPHONE LINE
B
Connection sockets
LINE
EMERGENCY
TELEPHONE
C
B
C
D
D
CASE 3 CONNECTION (AUSTRIA)
WALL
CORD
SOCKETS FOR CONNECTION TO TELEPHONE LINE
FAX
B
Connection sockets
LINE
EMERGENCY
TELEPHONE
C
D
2
B
CD
TO CONNECT THE TELEPHONE HANDSET
TO ADD PAPER
1. Insert the connector of the handset cable into the socket marked
with the symbol
on the fax machine.
2. Place the handset in its seat.
TO CONNECT IT TO THE POWER SUPPLY
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Before connecting the fax machine to the mains, you
need to remove the band that blocks the print head
carriage by pulling the flap that comes out of the automatic
feeder for original documents.
1. Insert the plug of the power cable into the wall power socket.
The fax machine automatically runs a short test to check that its components are working and then the display shows:
AUTOMATIC RX
CHECK PRINT HEAD
NOTE
The fax machine will remain permanently connected,
ready to receive and send documents 24 hours a day.
If you want to turn it off, detach the plug of the power
cable from the wall socket as the fax machine has no on/off
switch.
1. Insert the paper support extension in its slit until it clicks into place.
2. Holding the sheets by their upper edge, insert them by letting them
"drop" into the ASF without folding or forcing them.
3. Push the sheets against the left side of the ASF using the adjusting
lever.
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If you add sheets to the ASF, make sure you place them
under and not on top of those already present.
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The fax machine has a memory that enables it to receive up
to 21 pages even if you do not add any paper.
TO
Once you have manually adjusted the automatic sheet feeder
(ASF), to ensure that the fax machine works properly,
check that the printing format set on the fax machine
corresponds to the size of paper you intend to use.
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If the messages do not appear in the language spoken in
your country, choose the "LANGUAGE" from those available by pressing the following keys in the order indicated:
+
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows the language in which the
The display shows:
messages will be displayed.
/
CHECK THE PRINT FORMAT SET ON THE FAX MACHINE
DATE AND TIME
To select the desired language.
Until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
To confirm the setting.
To complete the procedure.
The display shows:
FORMAT:A4
/
Press |/} until the desired paper format is displayed.
To confirm the setting.
The display shows:
AUTOMATIC RX
CHECK PRINT HEAD
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TO INSTALL THE PRINT HEAD
AUTOMATIC
PRINT HEAD NOZZLE CLEANING AND TESTING
PROCEDURE
Once the print head has been inserted, the fax machine starts
the nozzle cleaning and checking procedure, which is completed by:
• the printing, on the sheet loaded automatically, of a diagnostic
test sheet containing:
- a numbered scale, for checking the flow of ink and the
electrical circuits of the print head nozzles.
- a group of graphics and text, so that the printing quality
may be evaluated.
• the display shows the message: "CHECK PRINT OUT",
"1 = EXIT 0 = REPEAT".
Examine the print test sheet as follows:
• Check that the numbered scale is not interrupted at any
point and that the black areas do not present any horizontal white lines: if these conditions, which confirm that the print
head has been inserted correctly and is working properly, are
respected, set the value 1. The fax machine returns to its initial
stand-by status and is ready for use. The display shows the
message:
AUTOMATIC RX
25-07-03 11:23
• On the other hand, if there are any interruptions or white
lines present, set 0 to clean the nozzles again: if the new print
test continues to be unsatisfactory, repeat the procedure another time. Then, if the printing quality does still not meet your
expectations, clean the electrical contacts and the nozzles as
indicated in "To clean the electrical contacts of the print
head" and "To clean the nozzles of the print head", section "Maintenance operations".
1-2 Lift the print head compartment cover by putting your finger in the
notch at its centre, as shown in the figure.
3. Remove the print head from its package and, holding it by the grip,
peel off the film covering the nozzles.
4. Avoid touching the nozzles and the electrical contacts with your
fingers.
5. Place the print head in its seat with the electrical contacts facing
towards the front of the fax machine.
6. Push the print head in the direction indicated by the arrow until it
clicks into place and close the print head compartment cover.
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If, after the print head has been installed, the "CHECK PRINT
HEAD" message appears again, try removing it and then
reinserting it, pressing it more firmly into position. If the message remains on the display, remove the print head and
clean the electrical contacts of the print head and the carriage, see "To clean the electrical contacts of the print
head", section "Maintenance operations".
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To replace the print head, see the section "Maintenance
operations".
PRECAUTIONS ABOUT THE USE OF PRINT
HEADS
On this model of fax machine you can only use monochrome print
heads (black). In addition, remember that you can only use singleblock print heads (non rechargeable).
When you need to change the print head, take note of the following
precautions:
•
do not touch, or stand the print head on the ink jets or the
contacts;
•
never try to re-load the print head, as this could damage the
print head or the facsimile.
This will ensure long life and efficiency of the print head and a high
print quality.
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TO CHANGE THE DATE AND TIME
TO SET YOUR FAX NUMBER
If the date and time shown on the display are not correct,
you can change them at any time.
The display shows:
TYPE YOUR NUMBER
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
/
Enter your fax number.
/
To enter a space, press |/}.
From this point follow the procedure previously described
in "To set the date and time", section "How to start at
once".
If you make any typing errors, correct them in the same
way as for your name.
If you want to include the international code in your number,
instead of the zeros, press the * key; the display will show
the symbol +.
ALL THAT IS MISSING NOW IS YOUR NAME
To confirm the fax number.
AND FAX NUMBER
Once set, the name (max. 16 characters) and number
(max. 20 digits) will remain unchanged until they are
intentionally changed and will be printed on each page
received by your correspondent’s fax machine.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
POSITION
The information in the heading of the document to be sent
(name, fax number, date and time and number of pages) may
be received by your correspondent’s fax machine outside the
text area immediately below the top edge of the sheet or inside
the text area, slightly lower down than in the previous case.
Your fax machine is designed to send this information inside
the text area.
To change the position:
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
Until the display shows:
STATION NAME
Until the display shows:
The display shows:
FAX SET-UP
TYPE YOUR NAME
-
To select the characters of each key cyclically.
/
To leave a space, press |/}.
/
To include a variety of special symbols, e.g. &, in your
name.
/
If there are any incorrect characters: position the cursor on
the incorrect character using the |/} keys and overwrite it
with the correct character.
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
Until the display shows:
HEADER INSIDE
/
To delete the name completely.
OF YOUR NAME AND FAX NUMBER
Press |/} to select the alternative parameter.
HEADER OUTSIDE
For example, to enter the name "LARA":
To confirm the setting.
Until you have selected the letter "L".
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Until you have selected the letter "A".
Until you have selected the letter "R".
Until you have selected the letter "A".
To confirm the name. The display shows:
PHONE NUMBER
Now enter the fax number as indicated below:
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TO SET IT UP FOR THE TELEPHONE LINE
/
Press |/} to view the other available option:
PRIV.LINE (PBX)
TO
The display shows:
CONNECT IT TO A PUBLIC LINE
PBX DIAL:TONE
The fax machine is set up to be connected to a public line. In
any case, it is a good idea to check that:
•
•
The "PUBL.LINE (PSTN)" parameter is selected.
The dialling mode (tone or pulse) is compatible with the
public telephone exchange that manages the line to which
you have connected the fax machine. If in doubt about the
choice to be made, ask your public telephone company.
/
PBX DIAL:PULSE
To confirm your choice.
EXT.LINE:PREFIX
/
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
TEL. LINE SET-UP
The display shows:
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
If the fax machine is set up for connection to the "Private
line", press the |/} keys to select connection to the "public"
line.
PSTN DIAL:TONE
/
Press |/} to view the other dialling mode:
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
To confirm your choice. The display shows:
To confirm the setting.
PSTN DIAL: TONE
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Press the |/} keys to view the other dialling mode:
/
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO CONNECT IT TO A
•
•
•
•
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Having confirmed the dialling mode to be used by the fax
EXTERNAL
machine to connect to the public line, simply press the
key, before dialling the correspondent’s fax or telephone
number, to gain access to it. The display will show the letter
"E" (external).
PRIVATE LINE (PBX)
To connect the fax machine to a private line and be able to
use it also on a public line, proceed as follows:
Select the "PRIV.LINE (PBX)" parameter.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one
used by the private telephone exchange that manages the
line to which you have connected the fax machine. If in
doubt about the choice to be made, ask the company that
manages your private telephone network.
Set the output mode (area code or flash) to access the
public telephone network from the private telephone network.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one
used by the public telephone exchange.
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
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If you want to confirm the output mode "EXT.LINE:PREFIX",
skip to the next step or press |/} to view the other available
option, "EXT.LINE:FLASH".
, the "EXT.
If you confirmed, by pressing the key
LINE: PREFIX" mode, the fax machine prompts you to
enter the number corresponding to the area code (max. 3
digits).
The display shows:
/
Press |/} to view the other dialling mode:
YOU
WANT TO CHANGE THE DIALLING MODE TEMPORARILY
If the fax machine is set up for pulse dialling (decadic) and you want
to change it to tone dialling (multifrequency):
Press the
key, before or while dialling the fax or telephone
number, to change the dialing mode temporarily.
At the end of transmission, the fax machine always restores the dialling mode set up on it.
BASIC TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS
Now that your fax machine has a name and number, you can use it to:
•
send documents (also in broadcast mode, from the memory, or by
polling)
•
receive documents (also by polling)
•
make telephone calls (see the section "To make a call")
•
copy documents (see section "To make a copy").
TO SEND A DOCUMENT
WHAT
TO
PLACE THE DOCUMENT IN THE ADF
Place the document, without forcing, on the automatic document feeder
(ADF) with the side to be sent face down and then fit the cheeks
against either side of it.
The display shows:
DOCUMENT READY
2
NORMAL
TO
ADJUST THE CONTRAST AND RESOLUTION
Before sending a document you can make some adjustments so as to optimize the printing quality.
DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED
Dimensions
• Width
min. 148 mm - max. 216 mm
•
Length
To choose the contrast on the basis of the following crite-
min. 105 mm - max. 600 mm
•
Thickness
from: 60 - 90 gr/m2 (max. 5 sheets)
50 - 140 gr/m2 (1 sheet at a time)
•
For documents of a different size from those specified, you
can use a transparency with rear sheet.
•
To choose the resolution on the basis of the following
NEVER USE
•
curled paper
•
excessively thin paper
•
torn paper
•
damp or set paper
•
excessively small paper
•
crumpled paper
•
carbon paper
In addition, in order to avoid damaging your fax machine and invalidating your guarantee, make sure that the documents you are to use
do not contain:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
TO
staples
paper clips
adhesive tape
correcting liquid or glue that has not yet dried.
For all these cases, photocopy the document and send the copy or
use a transparency with a rear sheet as a document folder.
ria:
NORMAL, if the document is neither too light nor too
dark. "NORMAL" appears on the bottom line of the display.
LIGHT, if the document is dark. "LIGHT" appears on the
bottom line of the display.
DARK, if the document is light. "DARK" appears on the
bottom line of the display.
criteria:
STD (STANDARD), if the document contains easily legible characters. An "arrow" appears on the bottom line of
the display in line with the " " symbol printed on the
console.
FINE, if the document contains very small characters or
drawings. An "arrow" appears on the bottom line of the
display in line with the " " symbol printed on the console.
HALF TONES, if the document contains shaded areas.
An "arrow" in line with the " " symbol and an arrow in
line with the " " symbol printed on the console appear
on the bottom line of the display.
SEND A DOCUMENT
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
/
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32
digits).
To start sending the document.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds and then the initial standby status.
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note
To start sending.
If you have entered any incorrect digits: position the cursor,
using the |/} keys, to the incorrect digit and overwrite it with
the correct one; if you want to delete the number altogether,
press the
key.
note
note
If you want you can dial the correspondent’s number using the
quick dialling procedures, see "To set one-touch and speed
dialling", "To send a document with one-touch dialling"
and "To send a document with speed dialling".
note
If you want to abort the transmission in progress, press
key. The fax machine unloads the document from
the
the ADF and returns to the initial stand-by mode.
If the document to be removed consists of more than one
to unload the first, remove all
sheet, before pressing
the others by hand.
TO
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds and then the initial standby status.
HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A DOCUMENT
If you forget to hang up after completing the transaction, the
fax machine will emit a beep to prompt you to hang up.
AUTOMATIC
REDIAL
If no connection is established due to line errors or because the
correspondent’s number is busy, the fax machine automatically
redials the number up to three times.
TO
CALL THE CORRESPONDENT AGAIN WITHOUT HAVING TO
DIAL HIS NUMBER MANUALLY
The fax machine always saves the last number dialled, which you
may therefore redial by pressing the
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
TO
TYPE NUMBER
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32
digits).
As soon as you hear the tone of your correspondent’s fax
machine, press
to start sending the document.
Until the display shows:
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds.
The display shows:
INSTALLATION
Until the display shows:
OTHER CARR.:ON
ENTER NAME:
-
TO
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
/
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Enter the new code (max. 6 digits) and then press the
key or confirm the one set by pressing the
key directly. The display shows:
ENTER ACRONYM
(A - Z):
TEL CALL
On the numeric keypad type the number of the correspondent to whom you want to send the document (max. 32
digits).
If your correspondent’s fax machine is set up for automatic reception, you will hear the fax machine signal.
If it is set up for manual reception, the correspondent
himself will answer so you can ask him to press the start
key on his fax machine, after which you will hear the fax
machine signal.
Enter the name that identifies the area of the code or the
name of the alternative telephone operator and then press
key or confirm the one set by pressing the
the
key directly. The display shows:
TYPE PREFIX:
(0 - 9):
Lift the receiver to engage the line. The display shows:
/
DIAL A FREQUENTLY USED CODE AUTOMATICALLY
The fax machine will allow you to store a frequently used
code such as an area code or a code for access to an
alternative telephone operator.
To hear the dialling tones. The display shows:
/
key twice.
-
Enter the acronym to be used to identify the code on the
key or
display (1 character) and then press the
confirm the one set by pressing the
directly.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
note
TO
CHANGE/DELETE A BROADCAST TRANSMISSION THAT
EXTERNAL
Automatic code dialling is activated by pressing the
key
before dialling the correspondent’s number.
If the fax machine is connected to a private line (PBX), the
key is to be pressed twice before dialling the correspondent’s number.
IS ALREADY SET
EXTERNAL
TO SEND A
Until the display shows:
DELAYED TX
The display shows:
DOCUMENT AT A PRESET TIME (BROADCAST
ALREADY ENTERED
TRANSMISSION)
The display shows:
CHANGE PARAM.?
This function enables you to solve time zone problems if
your correspondent is located thousands of kilometres away
and to avoid paying high prices by choosing time bands
when there is less traffic on the telephone lines.
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
If you want to delete the transmission set, press the
|/} keys: the display shows the message "CANCEL SETTING?", then press
to confirm deletion. The fax
machine automatically returns to the initial stand-by mode.
If you want to change the time at which the document is to be
sent or the number of the correspondent to whom you want
to send the document, take the following steps:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
16:50
Until the display shows:
DELAYED TX
The display shows:
/
pressing the
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
/
ing the
key. The display shows:
If you want to restore the current time, press the
The display shows:
/
key or confirm the existing time by press-
TYPE NUMBER
Enter the time at which you want to send the document. For
exemple "16:50".
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
Overwrite with the new time and then confirm the setting by
the
/
Dial your correspondent’s number in any of the available
methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using the onetouch keys or speed dialling codes (see "To set one-touch
and speed dialling").
key,
key straight away.
Overwrite with the new number and confirm the setting by
pressing the
key or confirm the existing one by
pressing the
key straight away. The display shows:
AUTOMATIC RX
TX AT
18:00
To confirm the setting. The display shows:
AUTOMATIC RX
TX AT
16:50
note
You can delete the "broadcast transmission" setting by removing the document from the ADF or pressing the
key.
TO
SEND A DOCUMENT TO SEVERAL CORRESPONDENTS
The fax machine’s memory allows you to send a document (even
at a preset time: "Delayed transmission") to several correspondents (max. 10): "Broadcast transmission". See "To send a document from the memory".
TO
SEND A DOCUMENT FROM THE MEMORY
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
The display shows:
TX FROM MEMORY
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CANCEL SETTING? – To clear the setting. The fax machine returns to its initial standby status.
CHANGE PARAM.? – To change the correspondent’s
number or the time at which you want to send the document.
The display shows:
The fax machine starts to save the document. Once saved,
the display shows the message "DOC.N. XXXX" and then:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
/
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
Enter the time at which you want to send the document , for
exemple "16:50", then press the
key or press the
key straight away to confirm the current time. The
display shows:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/ /
/
Dial your correspondent’s number in any of the available
methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using the onetouch keys or speed dialling codes (see "To set one-touch
and speed dialling").
The fax machine prompt you to enter another number:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/ /
If you want to send the document to more than one correspondent, repeat the previous two steps the necessary
number of times and then press the
key to terminate
the procedure.
If you want to send the document to one correspondent
key without entering any numbers.
only, press the
Once the procedure has been completed, the display shows:
From this point on, proceed as indicated in the last three
steps of the procedure in "To send a document from the
memory".
note
If the transmission from the memory is already in progress,
the display will show the message "TRANSMITTING..."; in
this case, as mentioned previously, you cannot change it.
TO RECEIVE
You can set up the fax machine to receive the documents
sent by your correspondents in three separate modes,
that you may access by pressing the
• Manual reception, for all occasions in which you are
present and you can therefore answer the calls yourself.
Until the display shows:
MANUAL RX
AUTOMATIC RX
MEMORY TX
When the telephone rings, lift the handset to engage the
line. The display shows:
note
TEL CALL
The fax machine enables you to set one broadcast transmission from the memory at a time.
As soon as you hear the fax machine signal or if the correspondent asks you to receive a document. The display
shows:
note
CONNECTING
The fax machine automatically deletes all the transmissions
completed successfully from memory.
TO
Hang up.
CHANGE/REPEAT/DELETE A TRANSMISSION FROM THE
MEMORY THAT IS ALREADY SET
The display shows:
MEMORY TX
•
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
PRINT SETTING?
Press |/} to view the other available options: "CHANGE
PARAM.?" or "CANCEL SETTING?".
To confirm your choice.
PRINT SETTING? – To print the memory transmission
parameters only. When it has finished printing, the fax machine returns automatically to its initial status.
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The fax machine starts to receive and the display shows
some information about the reception in progress, including
the your correspondent’s fax number or, if programmed,
his name.
Once the document has been received, the display shows
the message "RX COMPLETED" for a few seconds and
then the stand-by mode.
Automatic reception, for all occasions in which you are
out but want to receive documents anyway. This is the
mode originally set on your fax machine; should it not be
set in this way, press the
The display shows:
/
key.
•
key until the display shows
"AUTOMATIC RX".
The document is received as in manual reception mode.
Automatic reception with recognition of the type of
call. In this reception mode, after a given number of rings
(default setting: 2 rings), the fax machine connects to the
telephone line and is capable of recognizing whether the
incoming call is a fax call or a telephone call.
Until the display shows:
PHONE/FAX RX
The action taken by the fax machine in this reception mode
depends on who is calling:
- If the caller is another fax machine, after two rings your
fax machine automatically prepares to receive a document.
- If the caller is a telephone, after two rings, the fax machine
emits an acoustic signal for about 20 seconds and the
display shows "LIFT HANDSET". If you do not lift the
receiver within 20 seconds, the fax machine automatically prepares to receive a document.
If you lift the receiver before the fax machine connects to the
telephone line and you hear the dialling tone, press the
key and then hang up.
note
Any kind of reception may be stopped by pressing the
key. The fax machine then returns to the initial stand-by mode.
/
If there are any incorrect numbers, position the cursor on
the incorrect number using the |/} keys and overwrite it
with the correct number.
To delete the number completely.
If your fax machine is connected to a private line, access the
public line by pressing the
key before dialling the
number. A letter "E" (external) appears on the display.
EXTERNAL
To confirm the setting. The display shows:
1:NAME
If a name has already been saved, the display will show it.
-
Enter the correspondent’s name (max. 16 characters) as
you did for your name (see "All that is missing now is
your name and fax number", section "Installation").
/
If there are any incorrect characters, position the cursor on
the incorrect character using the |/} keys and overwrite it
with the correct character.
TO SET ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING
To delete the name completely.
The fax machine is also capable of carrying out quick dialling
procedures, such as one-touch dialling and speed dialling, but
these functions must be duly set.
ONE-TOUCH
To confirm the setting. The display shows:
EDIT ANOTHER YES
At this point, you can abort the procedure by pressing the
key or you can program another one-touch dial-
DIALLING
ling numeric key by pressing the
You can assign each of the 10 numeric keys (0 - 9) a fax
number, a telephone number and a name which will be
dialled automatically when you press this key for more than
a second.
To associate a fax number with a name:
key and repeat-
)
ing the procedure from step 5 or you can associate (
a telephone number to the same numeric key as indicated below:
To associate a telephone number:
The display shows:
Until the display shows:
TYPE ONE TOUCH
KEY: 0-9
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
/
ONE TOUCH DIAL
The display shows:
1:TEL NO.
The display shows:
TYPE ONE TOUCH
KEY: 0-9
Press the numeric key to which you want to assign the fax
number (for example,
again and then press the |/}
TEL NO.
Until the display shows:
/
Press the numeric key
keys. The display shows:
). The display shows:
FAX NO.
The display shows:
1:FAX NO.
If a telephone number has already been stored, the display
will show it.
/
Dial your correspondent’s telephone number (max. 32 digits) directly on the numeric keypad of the fax machine and
key to confirm the setting. The display shows:
press the
1:NAME
At this point, as the other information remains unchanged,
key to return the fax machine to its initial
press the
standby status.
If fax number has already been saved, the display will
show it.
/
Dial your correspondent’s fax number (max. 32 digits) directly on the numeric keypad.
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To associate a telephone number only without having to store a fax number first:
Follow the procedure to associate a fax number and a
name until the display shows:
TO
TYPE ONE TOUCH
KEY: 0-9
/
CHANGE/DELETE A ONE-TOUCH DIALLING KEY OR
SPEED DIALLING CODE
Follow the one-touch dialling or speed dialling procedure
until the display shows:
- For one-touch dialling
Press the numeric key to which you want to assign the
1:FAX NO.
). The display shows:
telephone number (for exemple
or
FAX NO.
/
1:TEL NO.
Press |/} to view the other available option:
- For speed dialling
01:FAX NO.
TEL NO.
/
SPEED
Dial the correspondent’s telephone number (max. 32 digits) directly on the numeric keypad of the fax machine and
press the
key to confirm its setting. From this point
on, the procedure continues in the ordinary way.
or
01:TEL NO.
/
Overwrite the new telephone number or fax number (max.
32 digits) directly on the numeric keypad or press the
key.
DIALLING
To confirm the setting. The display shows:
1:NAME
Using codes (01-32) you can assign other fax numbers,
telephone numbers and names which will be automatically dialled by pressing the
or
01:NAME
key and typing the code.
Overwrite with the new name (max. 16 characters) or press
Follow the first two steps of the one-touch dialling procedure, then:
the
key.
Until the display shows:
To confirm the setting.
CODED SPEED DIAL
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
The display shows:
TYPE SPEED NO.
(01-32):
/
TO
number (for exemple,
). The display shows:
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
FAX NO.
From here on, follow the one-touch dialling procedure
starting from the steps in which the fax number, name and
telephone number of the correspondent are set.
note
If you want, you can print the information saved on the 10
one-touch dialling keys and 32 speed dialling codes
(see section "To print reports and lists").
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SEND A DOCUMENT WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING
Dial the code with which you want to associate the fax
/
Press the desired numeric key, for example
, for more
than one second. The display shows "FAX CALL" and then
the digits of the fax number that you associated with it. If the
name has also been saved, the display shows the latter.
Once the number has been dialled, transmission continues
in the ordinary way.
TO
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
The display shows:
FAX CALL
CODE OR < >
/
- If the power failed during or after the transmission or reception of a document in the memory, when power is restored,
the fax machine will automatically print a report indicating the total
number of pages (sent and received) cleared from the memory.
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH SPEED DIALLING
Dial the desired speed dialling code, for example
.
The display shows the digits in the fax number that you
assigned to it. If the name has also been saved, the display
shows the latter.
Once the number has been dialled, transmission continues
in the ordinary way.
TO SEND A DOCUMENT
WITH ONE-TOUCH OR SPEED
•
Activity report: contains information about the last 25 transactions carried out (transmission and reception operations), which
the fax machine keeps in its memory and is printed automatically after the fifteenth transaction or on request.
•
Last transmission report: contains information about the last
transmission and can be printed, once programmed, always
and automatically after each transmission or on request at the
desired moment.
•
Failed transmission report: also contains information about the
last transmission but is printed automatically only when
the transmission has failed. The fax machine is set by default
to print this kind of report always and automatically, if you want to
disable it, see the relevant paragraph.
•
Last broadcast transmission report: contains information about
the last broadcast transmission and may be printed, once
programmed, always and automatically after each broadcast transmission or on request at the desired moment.
•
Caller ID report: will only be printed on your request and contains the following information:
DIALLING FROM THE PHONE BOOK
• Caller name
- Name of correspondent that called you (if provided by service)
or
- PRIVATE: if the correspondent has chosen not to reveal his
identity to you;
or
- NOT AVAILABLE: if the correspondent is connected to a telephone exchange that does not support this service.
If you do not remember the one-touch dialling key or
speed dialling code to which you assigned a given fax
number, you can start sending the document from the
phone book, as follows:
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
• Caller number
- Number of correspondent that called you
or
- PRIVATE: if the correspondent has chosen not to reveal his
identity to you;
or
- NOT AVAILABLE: if the correspondent is connected to a telephone exchange that does not support this service.
The display shows:
FAX CALL
CODE OR < >
/
Press the |/} keys to locate the fax number or name of the
correspondent to whom you wish to send your document.
To start sending.
HOW TO READ THE REPORTS
TO PRINT REPORTS AND LISTS
• Act. N.
Progressive number of the transactions
(transmission/reception) carried out.
REPORTS
•
Type of transaction:
Type
TX, TX ECM, TX POLLING or TX POLL ING
ECM for transmission
By printing out reports, the fax machine enables you to check the
result of all the transactions carried out (transmission and reception),
the volume of documents handled and a lot of other useful information.
The fax machine prints the following reports:
•
Power failure report: it is printed always and automatically
after a power failure.
- If a power failure occurs while a document is being sent or
received, when power is restored, the fax machine will automatically print a report containing information about the current transmission or reception transaction.
RX, RX ECM, RX POLLING or RX POLL ING
ECM for reception.
•
Doc.N
Reference number of the saved document. This number will be used to associate the document to each transmission (single or broadcast) from the memory.
•
Dialled Number
Fax number of the correspondent that you
selected.
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• Received Id
Number (and, sometimes, name) of
theselected correspondent. This number
corresponds to the number you dialled,
only if the correspondent set his own fax
number correctly. Otherwise, it may be different or not be present at all.
• Date/Time
Date and time at which the transaction was
carried out.
• Duration
Length of transaction (in minutes and seconds).
• Pages
• Result
Total number of pages sent/received.
TO
BROADCAST TRANSMISSION REPORT
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
Until the display shows:
BROADC. REP.:ON
/
Result of the transaction:
- OK: if the transaction was completed successfully
- ERROR CODE XX: if the transaction was
not completed due to the cause indicated
by the error code (see "Error codes",
section "Troubleshooting guide").
ENABLE/DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF THE
Press |/} to view the other available option: "BROADC.
REP.:OFF".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF THE
BROADCAST TRANSMISSION DATA
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF THE
Until the display shows:
TRANSMISSION AND FAILED TRANSMISSION REPORT
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
DATE AND TIME
Until the display shows:
DELAY LIST: ON
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
/
Until the display shows:
FAILED TX REPORT
/
Press the |/} keys to view the other available options: "TX
REPORT:ALWAYS" and "TX REPORT: OFF".
FAILED TX REPORT - the fax machine will automatically
print a report only after each failed transmission.
TX REPORT:ALWAYS - the fax machine will automatically
print a report after each transmission irrespective of the
result.
TX REPORT: OFF - the fax machine will not print any
report.
Press |/} to view the other available option: "DELAY LIST:
OFF".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO
PRINT THE TRANSMISSION, ACTIVITY, BROADCAST
TRANSMISSION AND CALLER ID REPORTS ON REQUEST
Until the display shows:
PRINT OUT REPORT
To confirm your choice.
The display shows:
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
LAST TX REPORT
/
Press the |/} keys to view the other available options:
"LAST BROAD. REP.", "ACTIVITY REPORT", "PRINT:
ID LIST", "PRINT OUT:EXIT".
To confirm your choice.
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically
returns to its initial standby status.
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note
TO
If you chose "PRINT OUT:EXIT", press the
return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
key to
DIALLING AND SPEED DIALLING SETTINGS
LISTS
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
At any time, you can print complete lists of the installation and
setup parameters and print the data saved in the one-touch
dialling keys and speed dialling codes.
By printing out the lists of installation and setup parameters, you will
obtain an up to date report of the default values and those that you
have set to adapt it to your operating requirements.
TO
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
Until the display shows:
PRINT OUT SET-UP
The display shows:
PRINT THE LIST OF INSTALLATION PARAMETERS
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
Until the display shows:
PRINT INSTALL.
The display shows:
PRINT OUT:
/
PRINT THE SETUP PARAMETERS AND THE ONE-TOUCH
PRINT SETTINGS
/
Press the |/} keys to view the other available options:
"PRINT: ONE TOUCH", "PRINT:SPEED DIAL" and
"PRINT OUT: EXIT".
To confirm your choice.
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically
returns to its initial standby status.
note
If you have chosen "PRINT OUT: EXIT", press the
key to return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Press |/} to view the other available option: "PRINT OUT:
EXIT".
To confirm your choice.
note
If you chose "PRINT OUT:
" when the fax machine has
finished printing, it returns automatically to the initial stand-by
mode. If you have chosen "PRINT OUT: EXIT", press the
key to return the fax machine to the initial stand-by
mode.
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TO MAKE A CALL
When you engage the line by lifting the telephone handset, you
may use all the telephone functions available on ordinary telephones
sold on the market.
These also include the R function (REGISTER RECALL, activated
TO TELEPHONE BY RUNNING A SEARCH IN
key) which provides access to the special servby pressing the
ices made available by the company that manages the telephone
network.
Do not place the document in the ADF.
THE PHONE BOOK
Lift the handset to engage the line. The display shows:
TEL CALL
You can also use the following functions:
•
The display shows:
Call the correspondent using the fast dialling procedures set, see
"To telephone with one-touch dialling" and "To telephone
with speed dialling".
•
TEL CALL
CODE OR < >
Momentarily hold a telephone call by pressing the
(HOLD) key. The call is resumed as soon as the same key is
pressed again.
/
Press |/} to locate the telephone number or name of the
correspondent you want to call.
To start dialling.
TO TELEPHONE WITH ONE-TOUCH
DIALLING
Do not place the document in the ADF.
/
Press the desired numeric key, for example
, for more
than one second. The display shows "TEL CALL" and then
the digits of the telephone number that you associated with
it (see "To set one-touch and speed dialling", section
"Basic transmission and reception operations"). If
you also associated a name with it, the display will show
this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free, you can start talking.
TO TELEPHONE WITH SPEED DIALLING
Do not place the document in the ADF.
Lift the handset to engage the line. The display shows:
TEL CALL
The display shows:
TEL CALL
CODE OR < >
/
Type the desired speed dialling code, for example
. The display shows the digits of the telephone
number that you associated with it (see "To set one-touch
and speed dialling", section "Basic transmission and
reception operations"). If a name was also associated
with it, the display will show this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free, you can start talking.
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Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free, you can start talking.
TO MAKE A COPY
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED
Before making a copy, make sure that the document respects the
characteristics described in "What documents may be used",
section "To send a document", chapter "Basic transmission and
reception operations".
notE
If you want to abort the copy in progress, press the
key twice: the first time to unload the document from the ADF
and the second time to return the fax machine to the initial
stand-by mode.
If the document to be removed has more than one sheet,
to unload the first, remove all the
before pressing
other sheets.
TO MAKE A COPY
TO GET COPIES OF AN EXCELLENT QUALITY
As mentioned previously, you can also use the fax machine
as a photocopier. The printing quality obtained depends
on the contrast and resolution values that you select,
using the
and
To obtain a copy of a high quality of a document containing shaded areas, as well as setting the PHOTO resolution, make sure that the HIGH QUALITY parameter on the
fax machine is enabled. If it is not, proceed as follows:
keys, before activating the copy-
ing function.
Until the display shows:
•
•
•
•
•
Choose the type of contrast on the basis of the following
criteria:
NORMAL, if the document is neither too light or too
dark.
LIGHT, if the document is too dark.
DARK, if the document is too light.
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
Until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
Choose the type of resolution on the basis of the following
criteria:
TEXT, if the document contains easily legible text or simple graphics.
PHOTO, if the document contains shaded areas.
Until the display shows:
COPY: NORMAL
/
Press |/} to view the other available option:
COPY: HIGH QUAL.
Insert the document in the ADF.
The display shows the default contrast, resolution and copy
To confirm the setting.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
size settings: NORMAL, TEXT and 100%, respectively.
To choose the desired contrast setting: "LIGHT", "DARK"
or "NORMAL".
To choose the desired resolution setting: "TEXT" or "FOTO".
To choose the desired copy size setting: "100%", "140%",
or "70%".
Press the
key if you want to make one copy only,
otherwise, enter the desired number of copies (max. 9)
before pressing the
key. The fax machine saves
the pages of the document one by one, before making the
copies.
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MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS
TO
REDUCE THE PRINTING AREA OF A DOCUMENT RECEIVED
Until the display shows:
NOTE
If you choose the "SURPLUS:AUTO" setting, the fax machine will print the surplus text on another sheet providing the
surplus exceeds 12 mm.
If you choose the "SURPLUS:ON" setting, the fax machine
will always print the surplus text on another sheet.
If you choose the "SURPLUS:OFF" setting, the fax machine
will not print the surplus text.
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
TO
ENABLE SILENT RECEPTION
Until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
Until the display shows:
REDUCTION:94%
/
Press |/} to choose one of the available reduction ratios:
"80%", "76%", "70%" and "OFF".
•
To confirm your choice.
•
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO
RECEIVE A DOCUMENT THAT IS LONGER THAN THE
Until the display shows:
PAPER SIZE USED
INSTALLATION
If you receive a document that is longer than the paper size
used, you can have the surplus text printed by your fax
machine on another sheet.
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
Until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
Until the display shows:
SURPLUS:AUTO
/
Press |/} to choose one of the other available settings:
"SURPLUS:OFF" or "SURPLUS:ON".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
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In the "AUTOMATIC RX" and "PHONE/FAX RX" reception
modes, you can set up the fax machine to receive documents without any rings being emitted when an incoming call is received.
When this function is enabled, the behaviour of the fax machine depends on the reception mode selected and the
caller:
in "AUTOMATIC RX" mode, the fax machine will never
ring when an incoming call is received;
in "PHONE/FAX RX" mode, when an incoming call is received, the fax machine will only not ring if the caller is
another fax machine. If the call is a telephone call, the
fax machine will emit an acoustic signal, in place of the
ring, to prompt you to lift the handset.
Until the display shows:
SILENT RX:OFF
/
Press |/} to view the other available option: "SILENT
RX:ON".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode. The
message "SILENT RX" will blink on the second line of the
display.
TO
DISPLAY THE CALLER ID
TO
This function, which may be activated by the telephone company on
request by the user, is only available in some countries and
conforms to the ETSI ETS 300 778-1 standard.
This function tells you immediately who is calling. In this way,
you will be able to decide whether to answer the call or not.
When this function is enabled, if the fax machine is in stand-by
mode, whenever a call is received, it always shows one of the
following items of information:
•
•
•
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
number or name of the correspondent who called you;
PRIVATE: if the correspondent has chosen not to reveal his identity to you;
NOT AVAILABLE: if the correspondent is connected to a telephone
exchange that does not support this service.
Until the display shows:
RING VOLUME:HIGH
/
If you are programming your fax machine and, when an incoming
call is received, want to know who is calling you, you must press
key.
the
It may however happen, if you are connected to a particular kind of
telephone network, that the number of the caller is not displayed on
the fax machine. If this happens, call your local customer engineering
service centre.
TO
CHANGE THE NUMBER OF RINGS
Press | /} to view the other available options: "RING
VOLUME:LOW", "RING VOLUME: MED" and "RING
VOLUME:OFF". For example: "RING VOLUME: MED".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO
RECOGNIZE THE RING FREQUENCY
In some countries, local telephone companies offer the possibility of assigning the same telephone line two or
more numbers, corresponding to different users. When
an incoming call is received, a different ring frequency
will indicate which user is to answer the call.
This function is extremely useful in the home or small offices,
where the same telephone line is shared by more than one
person.
This function is only enabled in some countries.
If set in PHONE/FAX RX reception mode, when an incoming call is received, the fax machine automatically recognizes, after two rings, whether the call is being made from
another fax machine (FAX) or a telephone (TEL).
If you want, you can change the number of rings, as follows:
Your fax machine is capable of "learning" one of
these frequencies (see the procedure that follows). In
this way, when a call with the specific ring frequency is
received, the fax machine (in "PHONE/FAX RX" reception
mode) prepares exclusively to receive a document.
This function is particularly useful when associated
with silent reception in that the fax machine will only ring
if the call is coming from a telephone.
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SETU-UP
Until the display shows:
RING COUNT: 02
/
CHANGE THE RING VOLUME
Until the display shows:
Press |/} to view the other available values: "01", "03",
"04", "05", "06", "07" and "08". For exemple: "04".
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
To confirm your choice.
TEL. LINE SETU-UP
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Until the display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
Until the display shows:
DISTINC.RING:OFF
/
Press the |/} keys until the display shows:
CHANGE PATTERN
To confirm your choice. The display shows:
AUTODETECT. RING
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Call the fax machine with the desired frequency so that the
fax machine detects it. The display shows:
/
RING DETECTED
Press |/} to view the other available values: "3", "4", "8",
"10" or "OFF". For exemple: "4".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
notE
If the fax machine cannot detect that particular frequency, the
display will show the message "RING NOT DETECT.". At
key and repeat the procedure.
this point, press the
TO
TO
If the fax machine is connected to an emergency telephone
that operates in tone dialling mode and is set up for
manual reception or automatic reception with recognition of the type of call, whenever there is a call from a
correspondent wishing to send you a document, you can
set it to receive the document by typing the code * * on
the emergency telephone. This operation has the same
key on the fax machine.
effect as pressing the
CHANGE THE LENGTH OF THE ACOUSTIC SIGNAL
•
•
CHANGE THE REMOTE CONTROL CODE
This function is only enabled in some countries.
When the fax machine is set up for automatic reception
with recognition of the type of call, it behaves as follows:
if it is being called by a fax machine, it will automatically
prepare to receive a document after the preset number of
rings
if it is being called by a telephone, it will emit an acoustic
signal for a time of 20 seconds, after which, if you still have
not lifted the handset, it will automatically prepare to receive
a document.
If you want, you can change the length of the acoustic signal
as follows:
You can replace the second "asterisk" of this code using
digits from 0 to 9.
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
The display shows:
Until the display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
INSTALLATION
Until the display shows:
The display shows:
REMOTE START:ON
TEL. LINE SETU-UP
The display shows:
Until the display shows:
TYPE CODE
CODE (0/9,*) **
FAX/TEL TIMER:20
/
Press |/} to view the other available values: "15", "30" or
"40". For exemple: "40".
Type the new code, for example: "*8".
To confirm your choice.
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO CHANGE THE SILENCE LAPSE
This function is only enabled in some countries.
To change the silence lapse set on your fax machine, proceed as follows:
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
Until the display shows:
SILENCE LAPSE.: 6
20
/
note
If you are connected to a private line, follow the same procedure until the display shows "PUBL.LINE (PSTN)", then press
the |/} keys to display: "PRIV.LINE (PBX)" and then continue as indicated in the procedure.
OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
TO REGULATE THE SPEAKER VOLUME
If the volume of the dialling tones and connection signals is
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE REPETITION OF A FAILED
too low or too high, regulate it using the
keys.
TRANSMISSION FROM THE MEMORY
and
The display shows:
TYPE NUMBER
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
/
Press |/} to raise or lower the volume of the speaker.
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
TO
VARIOUS SETTINGS
Until the display shows:
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
RETRANS.DOC.:OFF
/
REGULATE THE BUZZER VOLUME
The display shows:
Press |/} to view the other available option: "RETRANS.
DOC.: ON".
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
To confirm your choice.
VARIOUS SETTINGS
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Until the display shows:
BUZZER VOL.:LOW
TO
HEAR THE LINE SIGNALS
/
The fax machine is set up so that you can hear the dialling
tones during the dialling phases as well as the connection signals exchanged between your fax machine and
your correspondent’s fax machine. If this is not true, program the function as follows:
Press |/} to view the other available options: "BUZZER
VOL.:HIGH", "BUZZER VOL.:MED" and "BUZZER
VOL.:OFF". For exemple: "BUZZER VOL.:MED".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
Until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
TO
The display shows:
The fax machine transmits regularly at a speed of 9600
bps (bits per second). A transmission speed of 4800 bps
is recommended on disturbed telephone lines.
TEL. LINE SET-UP
Until the display shows:
Until the display shows:
DIAGNOSTICS
FAX SET-UP
Until the display shows:
The display shows:
LINE MONITOR:OFF
/
REDUCE THE TRANSMISSION SPEED
DATE AND TIME
Press | /} to view the other available option. "LINE
MONITOR:ON".
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
To confirm your choice.
Until the display shows:
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TX SPEED 9.6
/
Press |/} to view the other available value: "TX SPEED
4.8".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
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TO
SENDING/RECEIVING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING
SET UP THE AUTOMATIC RESOLUTION
MODE
If you do not select the type of resolution before sending a
document, the fax machine will send it automatically with the
default resolution setting (in this case: STANDARD).
If you like, you can set it up and have documents sent
automatically with the FINE resolution, as follows:
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
FIRST
It is a transmission request that a fax machine makes to another
fax machine so that the latter sends the document requested automatically.
There are two main characteristics of communication using the polling
method:
•
the user who is to receive the document requests transmission. In other words, a user may connect to another fax
machine and request it to send a document (specifically prepared)
to him, even when the user at the other end of the line is out.
•
the transaction is paid for by the person who requested
transmission (that is, the user who receives the document) and
not the person whose fax machine sends the document.
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
Until the display shows:
TX RESOL. STD
/
Press |/} to view the other available value: "TX RESOL.
FINE".
To confirm your choice.
TO
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE ECM
Until the display shows:
POLLING RX
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
To confirm the current time or overwrite with the new one,
Until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
for example "18:20" and then press the
play shows:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
The display shows:
ECM: ON
Press |/} to view the other available option: "ECM: OFF".
To confirm your choice.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
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. The dis-
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
MAKE A TRANSMISSION REQUEST (POLLING RECEPTION)
Arrange with your correspondent the time at which you
intend to make the transmission request so that he has time
to put the document to be sent in his fax machine. Then set
up your fax machine to receive the document, by programming the dialling mode to be used to call your correspondent and the time at which you wish to receive the document.
The ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a system for correcting the errors caused by interference on the line. This
function only has effect if it has been enabled both on your
fax machine and on your correspondent’s fax machine and
is indicated by a letter "E" appearing on the display.
The fax machine is set up to send documents in this mode.
However, you can set it up to send documents in normal
mode, as follows:
/
OF ALL, WHAT POLLING IS
/
Dial the correspondent’s number using any of the available
methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using the onetouch dialling keys or speed dialling codes.
To confirm the setting. The fax machine returns automatically to the initial stand-by status. The second line of the
display shows: "POLL. RX: 18:20".
TO
CHANGE/DELETE A POLLING RECEPTION THAT HAS
BEEN SET
Until the display shows:
POLLING RX
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
The display shows:
CHANGE PARAM.?
/
Press |/} to view the other available option: "CANCEL
SETTING?".
To confirm your choice.
CANCEL SETTING? - To cancel the setting. The fax machine returns to its initial stand-by status.
CHANGE PARAM.? - To change the time at which the
transmission request is to be made or the number of the
correspondent from whom you want to receive the document. The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
From here on, proceed as indicated in the last three steps of
the procedure described in "To make a transmission
request (polling reception)".
TO PREPARE THE DOCUMENT
(POLLING TRANSMISSION)
FOR TRANSMISSION
Place the document in the ADF. The display shows the
default contrast and resolution values: NORMAL and
(standard), respectively.
Until the display shows:
POLLING TX
Press the
key twice. The second line of the display
shows: "POLLING TX SET".
NOTE
You can delete the polling transmission by removing the docukey.
ment from the ADF or by pressing the
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE
In the case of a power failure, the fax machine keeps the
following data in the memory: the numbers set for one-touch
and speed dialling and the reports. On the other hand, the
following will be lost:
- the documents present in the memory. In this case, the
fax machine will automatically print a report indicating the
total number of pages (sent and received) cleared from
the memory.
- the settings for the transmissions from memory, broadcast
transmission, and the polling mode for sending and reception.
- the broadcast report.
- the list of caller ID.
The activity report will include the data corresponding to the
last 15 transactions (instead of the last 25).
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PAPER OR INK HAS
FOR MINOR PROBLEMS
The list below may be used as a guide to the solution of minor problems.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The fax machine gives no
sign of life.
Check that it is connected to
the power socket.
The document is not fed in
correctly.
Check that the document
respects the
recommendations listed in
"What documents may be
used", section "Basic
transmission and reception
operations".
The fax machine will not
send a document.
Check that the document is
not jammed.
The line is busy: wait until it
is free and then try sending
the document again.
RUN OUT
If, during reception, the paper runs out or gets jammed,
the ink runs out, the print head compartment cover is
open and the paper support is closed, the machine
stops printing and the display shows the relevant message
and the document you are receiving is temporarily recorded
in the memory. Once the problem has been solved, the fax
machine resumes printing.
The fax machine will not
receive a document
automatically.
The fax machine will not
Check that no documents or
copy or receive documents. sheets of paper are
jammed.
You are using an unsuitable
kind of paper: check the
characteristics of the paper
listed in the "Technical
data".
IF THE TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL
Sometimes, due to line problems such as excessively heavy
telephone traffic or any other kind of interference, the document sent is received badly by the correspondent, who will
ask you to send it to him again.
In these cases, it is advisable to send the document again at a
slower speed. Reduce the speed to 4800 bps, following
the procedure described in the section "To reduce the transmission speed", section "More sophisticated operations".
If transmission is not completed due to errors on the line
or fax machine, the error LED " " lights up and a short
beep is emitted; in this case, the fax machine automatically
prints the transmission report (see "To print reports
and lists", section "Basic transmission and reception
operations"), on which an error code indicates the cause
of the error (you will find a list of all the error codes later).
Once the machine has finished printing, press the
key,
turn off the ERROR LED "
" indicator and remove the
document by hand from the ADF.
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It is set for manual
reception: set it up for
automatic reception.
The fax machine prints blank Position the document
sheets.
correctly with the side to be
copied facing downwards.
NOTe
Incorrect transmission or reception by the fax machine may
also depend on factors other than those listed above, which
will be signalled in the form of error codes on the "Transmission report" and "Activity report", see "To print reports and lists", section "Basic transmission and reception operations".
ERROR CODES
The error codes printed both on the transmission report and the
activity report consist of two digits indicating the cause of the error.
To save space, the two-digit code without any message is printed on
the activity report.
CODE
MESSAGE
CAUSE OF ERROR
WHAT TO DO
OK
No message. Operation performed
successfully.
02
IMPOSSIBLE CONNECTION
The fax machine does not detect any
Check that the fax machine is correctly
dialling tone or receives an irregular signal. connected to the telephone line and that the
handset is not off the hook. Then try
connecting again.
03
RECEIVER DOES NOT ANSWER
The correspondent is not answering or is a
fax machine.
Check that the correspondent’s number is
correct.
04
ERR. WHILE TRANSMITTING
RESEND FROM PAGE: nn
An error occurred during transmission. "nn"
= number of page on which the error was
found.
Resume transmission from the page indicated
in the report.
05
RESEND PAGES:
nn, ..... nn
The correspondent’s fax machine found
errors during reception. "nn" = number of
page on which the error was found.
Resume transmission of the pages indicated in
the report.
07
DOCUMENT TOO LONG
The document to be sent is too long. The
time taken to send it exceeds the allowed
limits.
Split up the document to be sent.
08
CHECK THE DOCUMENT
The optical reader cannot read the
document.
Remove the document from the ADF and
reinsert it when it tries to connect.
09
STOP PRESSED
You aborted transmission.
No action.
10
No message
An error occurred during reception.
Call the correspondent and ask him to send
you the document again.
11
No message
During reception, a printing error occurred.
Reception continued in the memory but the
space left in the memory was filled before
reception was completed.
Correct the fault and wait for the document in
the memory to be printed.
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ERRORS WHILE POLLING
Call back the correspondent.
The correspondent did not leave any
document in the ADF and did not set up his
fax machine for polling transmission.
16
POWER FAILURE ON PAGE nn
A power failure occurred during
transmission or reception.
(OK)
No message
The document was received but the printing Call the correspondent.
quality is unsatisfactory.
OCC
LINE BUSY
The line is busy.
No action.
Resume transmission from the page indicated
in the report.
Retry when the line is free.
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COPY INTERRUPTED
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES
Any problems that may arise are generally indicated by acoustic
signals (accompanied, in some cases, by visual signals: error
LED " " indicator on) or by error messages on the display.
The fax machine also emits acoustic signals and shows messages on the display, which do not indicate an error condition.
ACOUSTIC
•
You aborted the copy operation by pressing the
•
An error occurred during the document copying phase, preventing it from being printed: check the type of fault on the display and
correct it.
COVER OPEN
You forgot to close the print head compartment cover: close it.
DOC IN MEMORY
ERROR SIGNALS
Short 1-second signal
• You pressed an incorrect key during an operating phase.
The document received was saved because an error occurred during the reception phase, preventing it from being printed immediately:
check the type of error (paper out or jammed, ink out, cover open,
etc.) and correct the fault.
Long 3 second signal plus error LED indicator on
• Transaction not carried out correctly.
Continuous signal
• Request to hang up if you forgot to do so after an operation that
required the handset to be lifted.
note
To turn off the ERROR LED "
key.
key.
MEMORY FULL
One or more documents received in the memory, due to an error that
occurred during reception, have filled the memory: check the type of
fault (missing or jammed paper, ink out, cover open, etc.) and correct
it. The documents will be printed automatically thus freeing space in
the memory.
NOT PROGRAMMED
" indicator, press the
ERROR MESSAGES ON THE DISPLAY
You chose a one-touch dialling key or a speed dialling code that you
have not set: program the key or the code (see "To set one-touch
and speed dialling", section "Basic transmission and reception operations").
OUT OF INK
The messages are listed in alphabetical order and a solution for each
error is provided.
The ink in the cartridge has run out: replace the print head (see "To
replace the print head").
PAPER ERROR, PRESS
AUTOREDIAL NNN
No connection was established due to line errors or because the
correspondent is busy: the fax machine prepares to redial automatically.
CHECK DOCUMENT, PRESS
The document is not being fed correctly: reposition the document on
the ADF and press the
key to restore the fax machine’s normal
operation.
CHECK PAPER, PRESS
•
The paper in the feeder has run out: add some more and press
to clear the message from the display.
•
The paper is not being fed correctly: replace the paper in the
key to restore the fax machine’s
feeder and press the
normal operation.
CHECK PRINT HEAD
•
The fax machine does not detect the presence of the print head
because you have forgotten to install it or you have installed it
incorrectly: install/reinstall the print head.
•
Some of the print head nozzles are damaged and are having a
negative effect on the printing quality: clean the print head (see
"Cleaning the print head and testing the nozzles", section
"Maintenance operations").
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A sheet of printing paper got jammed during the copying or reception
phase: press the
key and then, if the sheet is not unloaded
automatically, check where it is jammed and remove it (see "To remove jammed documents and sheets of printing paper", section "Maintenance operations").
POLL.RETRY NNN
You set polling reception and the connection was not established due
to line errors or because the correspondent is busy: the fax machine
prepares to redial automatically.
REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS
•
A document jammed while the document was being copied or sent:
press the
key then, if the document is not unloaded automatically, remove the jammed document by hand (see "To remove jammed documents and sheets of printing paper",
section "Maintenance operations").
•
You aborted the document scanning phase by pressing the
key.
RX ERROR
The document was not received correctly: press the
turn off the "
display.
key to
" error LED indicator and clear the message from the
RX IN MEMORY
LINE ON HOLD, PRESS HOLD
Reception continues in the memory because an error occurred during the reception of a document, preventing it from being printed:
check the type of fault on the lower line of the display and correct it.
SYSTEM ERROR NN
A fatal error has occurred on the fax machine: turn the fax machine off
and then on again. If the error persists, turn off the fax machine and
call the Customer Engineering Service.
key to turn off
the " " error LED indicator and clear the message from the display, and then send it again.
WRONG CODE, PRESS
•
The TAD access code is incorrect: press the
the correct code.
press the
spondent.
key:
key again to resume the conversation with the corre-
MEMORY TX
You have set transmission from the memory.
NEW PRINT HEAD?, 1=YES 0=NO
TX ERROR
The document was not sent correctly: press the
You have put a telephone call on hold by pressing the
You have installed a disposable print head for the first time or you
have removed and reinstalled it: select the relevant answer. If you
answer yes but the print head is not new, the fax machine will not
detect the out of ink condition.
POLL RX: HH:MM
key and type
You have made a transmission request (Polling reception).
PRINTING
The fax machine is printing a report or a list.
OTHER
ACOUSTIC SIGNALS
Short 1-second signal
• Transaction carried out successfully.
Intermittent 20-second signal
• Prompt to lift the handset to answer a telephone call.
REPLACE HANDSET
You have activated the "handsfree" function. Hang up.
RX COMPLETED
The document was received correctly.
RX INTERRUPTED
OTHER MESSAGES ON THE DISPLAY
You aborted reception by pressing the
key.
STORING
CHECK PRINT OUT
1=EXIT 0=REPEAT
The fax machine has automatically tested the print head nozzles and
printed out the test sheet: check whether the printing quality is acceptable and make your choice.
CONNECTING
The fax machine is connecting to your correspondent’s fax machine.
DIALLING
The fax machine is dialling the number of the correspondent you
called.
DOCUMENT READY
You have inserted the document in the ADF correctly.
LAST TX OK
The last transmission was completed successfully.
LIFT HANDSET
The fax machine is saving the pages of the document to be copied.
TEL CALL
You have engaged the line by lifting the handset of the telephone
connected.
TRANSMITTING
A document is being sent.
TRANSMITTING....
A document is being sent.
TX AT: HH:MM
You have set transmission at a preset time (broadcast transmission).
TX COMPLETED
Transmission was completed successfully.
TX INTERRUPTED
You aborted transmission by pressing the
key.
The correspondent has made a talk request: lift the handset to start
the conversation.
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MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
TO REPLACE THE PRINT HEAD
notE
Remember to use non-rechargeable print heads (singleblock).
At this point, the fax machine automatically cleans the
print head and tests the nozzles, printing out the result of
the diagnostic test. Examine the diagnostic test result with
reference to "To install the print head", section "Installation".
If you replaced the print head because of a deterioration in
printing quality, proceed as follows:
CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD AND TESTING
THE NOZZLES
If you notice a deterioration in print quality, you can
quickly clean the print head and test the nozzles by following a procedure that ends by printing out the diagnostic test
result with regard to its condition.
Until the display shows:
HEAD MAINTENANCE
The display shows:
NEW HEAD: ON
/
Press |/} to view the other available option: "NEW HEAD:
OFF".
To confirm your choice. The display shows:
CLEANING: ON
The display shows:
CLEANING: ON
The fax machine cleans the print head and tests the nozzles, printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
Examine the diagnostic test result and consult "To install
the print head", section "Installation".
NOTE
1-2 Lift the print head compartment cover by putting your finger in the
notch at the centre as shown in the figure.
3. Release the print head by pressing the levers and then remove it
from its seat.
4. Take the print head out of its box and, holding it by its grip, peel off
the film covering the nozzles.
5. Avoid touching both the nozzles and the electrical contacts with
your fingers.
6. Insert the print head in its seat with the electrical contacts facing
towards the front of the fax machine.
7. Push the print head until it clicks into place and close the print head
compartment cover.
note
If you have replaced the print head because the ink ran
out, when the print head cover is closed, the fax machine
will automatically recognize that the print head has been replaced and the display will show the message "NEW PRINT
HEAD? 1 = YES, 0 = NO". Set the value 1.
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The procedure may be aborted at any time, if desired, by
pressing the
key.
NOTE
If the quality of the test result still fails to meet your expectations after carrying out the cleaning procedure, continue as
follows, stopping when you get a satisfactory printing quality:
- Make a copy of a document with the desired type of
graphics or text on the fax machine and evaluate its
quality.
- Change the type of paper (the paper in use could be
excessively porous) and repeat the procedure.
- Remove and reinsert the print head.
-
-
Remove the print head and do the following operations:
• check that there are no foreign bodies on the print
nozzles; if there are, remove them carefully, taking
care not to touch the electrical contacts;
• clean the electrical contacts both on the print head
and on the print head carriage, see "To clean the
electrical contacts of the print head", below;
• clean the nozzles as described in "To clean the
nozzles of the print head".
Reinstall the print head.
Call the engineering service.
TO CLEAN THE NOZZLES OF THE PRINT HEAD
NOTE
This procedure is to be followed as a last resort, before
replacing the print head completely.
1. Damp a paper tissue with distilled water and then wring it out to
eliminate any surplus liquid.
2. Remove the print head as described in the previous procedure.
3. Holding the print head with the nozzles facing downwards, tap it
gently on the tissue as indicated in the figure.
TO CLEAN THE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS OF
THE PRINT HEAD
With the fax machine disconnected from the power socket:
4. Repeat the operation a few times, pressing the print head onto
different points of the tissue to clean the nozzles thoroughly.
5. Insert the print head as indicated previously in "To replace the
print head".
TO CLEAN THE PRINT HEAD PAD
With the fax machine disconnected from the power socket:
1-2 Lift the print head compartment cover by putting your finger in the
notch at the centre as shown in the figure.
3. Release the print head by pressing the levers and then remove it
from its seat.
4. Clean the electrical contacts using a slightly damp cloth. Do not
touch the nozzles.
5. Clean the electrical contacts of the print head carriage with a slightly
damp cloth and then, having reinserted the print head, close the
print head compartment cover.
1-2 Lift the print head compartment cover by putting your finger in the
notch at the centre as shown in the figure.
3. Move the print head against the left-hand side as indicated in the
figure.
4. Clean the print head pad with a dry cotton swab and close the print
head compartment cover.
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TO CLEAN THE OPTICAL READER
TO REMOVE JAMMED DOCUMENTS AND
SHEETS OF PRINTING PAPER
Dust accumulating on the glass surface of the optical reader may
cause problems in the scanning of documents. To avoid these problems, the glass should be cleaned every now and again as follows:
With the fax machine disconnected from the power socket:
During transmission or copying, a document could get jammed
(this condition is signalled by the display showing the message: "REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS
").
The paper used to print the documents received or to copy original
documents may get jammed (this condition is signalled on the display
").
by the message: "PAPER ERROR, PRESS
In both cases, try to unload the document or sheet of paper by
key.
pressing the
If the document or sheet of paper is not unloaded automatically, remove it manually as indicated below:
Lift the print head cover by putting your finger in the notch at its
centre as described previously. If you have to remove a document consisting of more than one sheet, before raising the print
head compartment cover, remove any sheets remaining on the
document tray.
1-2 Lift the print head compartment cover by putting your finger in the
notch at the centre as shown in the figure.
3. Move the print head against the left-hand side and raise the optical
reader cover by pressing the lever situated on the right-hand side
of the fax machine.
4. Keeping the cover raised, clean the glass surface of the optical
reader with a cloth dampened with a product designed specifically for cleaning glass and then dry it thoroughly. Do not pour or
spray the cleaning product directly onto the glass surface.
5. Close the print head compartment cover.
NOTE
To check whether the optical reader is clean, make a copy of
a blank sheet. If any vertical lines appear on the copy and
the optical reader looks perfectly clean, contact qualified technical staff.
TO CLEAN THE CASING
1. Unplug the fax machine from the power outlet and the telephone
socket.
2. Use exclusively a soft, lint-free cloth dampened with a neutral
detergent diluted in water.
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1. Press the lever situated on the left-hand side of the fax machine.
2-3.Keeping the lever pressed, remove the jammed document or
jammed sheet of paper.
TECHNICAL
GENERAL
CHARACTERISTICS
Model ........................... Desktop transceiver
Display .......................... LCD 16 + 16 char.
Capacity memory ......... (*) 21 pages
Dimensions
Width ............................. 359 mm
Depth ............................ 234 mm + 84 mm
Height ............................ 180 mm + 138 mm (**)
Weight ........................... ca. 4.7 Kg
COMMUNICATION
CHARACTERISTICS
Telephone network ...... Public/private
Compatibility ................. ITU
Communication speed ............................ 9 6 0 0 - 7 2 0 0 - 4 8 0 0 - 2 4 0 0
(with automatic "fall back")
Compression method ............................. MH,MR, MMR
POWER
SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS
TRANSMISSION
DATA
CHARACTERISTICS
Transmission speed ..... 11s (9600 bps MMR)
ADF capacity ................ 5 sheets A4, Letter and Legal
RECEPTION
CHARACTERISTICS
Printing system ............. Printing on plain paper, bubble ink jet printer
Max. printing width ................................. 208 mm
Printing paper ......................................... A4 (210 x 297 mm)
................................................................ US Letter (216 x 279 mm)
................................................................ US Legal (216 x 356 mm)
................................................................ unit weight: 70-90 gr/m2
Paper feed .................... Plain paper cassette (max 40 sheets of
80 gr/m2)
(*) = ITU-TS format, Test Sheet no.1 (Slerexe Letter) with standard
resolution and A4 format.
(**) = With the paper support extension.
Voltage .................................................... 220-240 VAC or 110-240
VAC (data plate on base of
fax machine)
Frequency .............................................. 50-60Hz (data plate on base
of fax machine)
Power absorbed:
- in stand-by mode ................................. <7W
- max. power .......................................... 35W
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONDITIONS
Temperature ................. from +5oC to +35oC (using the fax machine)
...................................... from +15oC to +35oC (using the printer)
...................................... from -15oC to +55oC (transport: with the product packaged)
...................................... from -5oC to +45oC (short and long-term storage)
Relative humidity .......... 15%-85% (operating/short and long term
storage)
...................................... 5%-95% (transport)
CHARACTERISTICS
OF OPTICAL READER
Scanning method ................................... CIS
Scanning resolution:
- Horizontal ............................................. 8 pixel/mm
- Vertical STANDARD ............................ 3,85 lines/mm
- Vertical FINE ........................................ 7,7 lines/mm
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INDEX
A
L
Acoustic signals 27
ADF 7
Automatic redial 8
Line characteristics
private line 6
public line 6
Line signals 21
Lists
list of installation parameters 15
one-touch dialling and speed dialling settings 15
setup parameters 15
B
Buzzer volume 21
C
Connection
connecting an emergency telephone 1
connecting the fax machine 1
connection to the telephone line 1
to connect it to the power supply 3
to connect the telephone handset 3
Contrast
adjustments 7
Copy
contrast and resolution values XIII, 17
copy setting XIII, 17
more copies XIII
to abort the copy XIII, 17
to get copies of an excellent quality 17
to make a copy 17
what documents can be copied 17
D
Date and time 5
Dialling
pulse 6
tone 6
Display 26
error messages 26
other messages 27
Documents
to place the document in the ADF 7
to remove jammed documents 30
what documents may be used 7
M
Maintenance operations
cleaning the print head 28
testing the nozzles 28
to clean the casing 30
to clean the electrical contacts 29
to clean the nozzles of the print head 29
to clean the optical reader 30
to clean the print head pad 29
to remove jammed documents and sheets of paper 30
to replace the print head 28
Memory
to send a document from the memory 9
transmission from the memory
to change/repeat/delete 10
Messages
error messages on the display 26
other messages on the display 27
O
One-touch dialling 11
to send a document with one-touch dialling 12
to set 11
to telephone with one-touch dialling 16
Optical reader
cleaning 30
P
Paper
E
ECM (Error Correction Mode) 22
Electrical contacts
print head carriage 29
Error codes 24, 25
Error LED indicator 26
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automatic sheet feeder (ASF) 3
size of paper 3
to add paper 3
to remove jammed sheets of printing paper 30
Polling
polling reception 22, 23
polling transmission 23
to change/delete a polling reception 23
Print head
cleaning the print head and testing the nozzles 28
nozzle cleaning and testing procedure IX, 4
precautions about the use of print heads 4
to clean the electrical contacts 29
to clean the nozzles of the print head 29
to install the print head 4
to replace the print head 28
R
T
Reception
automatic reception 10
with recognition of the type of call 10
manual reception 10
surplus text 18
to change the number of rings 19
to change the remote control code 20
to change the silence lapse 20
to display the caller ID 19
to reduce the printing area of a document received 18
Remote control code 20
Reports
activity report 13
automatic printing 14
failed transmission report 13
how to read the reports 13
last broadcast transmission report 13
last transmission report 13
power failure report 13
to print on request 14
Resolution
adjustments 7
to set up the automatic resolution 22
Technical data
characteristics of optical reader 31
communication characteristics 31
environmental conditions 31
general characteristics 31
power supply characteristics 31
reception characteristics 31
transmission characteristics 31
Telephone
to telephone by running a search in the phone book 16
to telephone with one-touch dialling 16
to telephone with speed dialling 16
Telephone exchange
private 6
public 6
Transmission
broadcast transmission 9
repetition of a failed transmission from memory 21
to change/delete a broadcast transmission 9
to hear the dialling tone when sending XI, 8
to hear the line signals 21
to reduce the transmission speed 21
to send a document 7
to send a document from the memory 9
to send a document from the phone book 13
to send a document with one-touch dialling 12
to send a document with speed dialling 13
to send a document with the receiver raised 8
to stop XI, 8
transmission from memory 10
Transmission speed 21
Troubleshooting
power failure 24
the paper or ink has run out 24
the transmission is unsuccessful 24
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Signals
acoustic error signals 26
other acoustic signals 27
Speaker volume 21
Speed dialling 12
to send a document with speed dialling 13
to set 12
to telephone with speed dialling 16
Station ID
fax number 5
name 5
name and fax number
position 5
to set your fax number 5
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Monochrome print head part numbers
Single-block print head: P/N 84431 W (FPJ 20)
Single-block print head with pigmented ink: P/N B0042 C (FPJ 22)
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