User manual
Description of the machine
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1 Power supply cable with power plug
9 Printer roller
2 Document feeder and paper tray cover
10 Scanner lid
3 Paper tray
11 Holder for Plug’n’Print card
4 Document holder
12 Front ink film compartment
5 Paper feed flap
13 Rear ink film compartment
6 Operation panel
7 Cordless handset
8 Document guide
Display symbols
f/F indicates whether you are sending or copying with a higher picture quality or with grey tones. If neither of the two
symbols is visible, the standard resolution is selected.
h appears when faxes are stored in memory.
áéíó indicates ink film consumption.
I appears when you receive another call whilst using the device or you receive a call in your absence (not available
in all countries).
W appears only if there are new SMS messages in the memory (not available in all countries).
b indicates that the answering machine is switched on (for devices with built-in answering machine).
$ indicates silent mode selected. Faxes as well as phone calls are received completely silent.
S/M/U three symbols on the display indicate the current settings.
Key assignment on the fax machine
(for devices with
built-in answering
machine)
ON/OFF to activate
/ deactivate answering
machine
REC press briefly:
to record an internal
memo; press and hold
(two seconds): to record
a new outgoing message
PLAY to play back
messages. The key
flashes when new messages and memos have
been recorded. After
playback the key stays
lit until messages have
been deleted
SMS flashes if there are new
SMS messages in the memory.
For reading, printing and sending SMS messages
RES to select a higher resolution when copying or sending
(for text and graphics—FINE,
for photographs—PHOTO)
w press twice briefly: to print
operating instructions for the
most important functions
(with references to additional
help pages); press and hold
(for two seconds): to start the
automatic installation of your
fax machine / printout of
Easy Install
U to select different operation
modes. Press briefly: choose
between S and M; press and
hold (two seconds): operating
mode U on/off
{ press twice briefly: to forward a call
from the fax machine to all cordless handsets; press once briefly and digit a key: to
forward a call from the fax machine to a
particular cordless telephone
a press briefly: to call up a name entry; press and hold (two seconds): to store
a telephone number
L press briefly: to repeat the last five
numbers you have dialled; press and hold
(two seconds): to browse the list of callers
R press briefly: for special functions, e. g.
for the use with a private branch exchange
and for using various functions provided
by your service provider (call waiting,
toggling calls, etc.); press and hold (two
seconds): to insert a dialling pause between
two figures
DIAL/z * for dialling without lifting the
handset / for hands-free operation*
v if the red lamp flashes, please
read the message on the display
STOP to stop procedures / to
eject documents
C to delete
START/COPY to start the
fax transmission / copy a document
M to call up functions
OK to confirm entries
u to select options / to adjust the volume / to move the
cursor on the display
* for devices with built-in answering
machine
Key assignment for cordless handset
Display symbols
R press briefly: to call the last
number dialled, long press: call up
recently received calls with calling
party identification
à if the à symbol lights up the
battery is charged. If the ì symbol
appears on the display the battery is
almost flat
m for calling up the phonebook on
the cordless handset. (You will find
the phonebook of the fax machine
under base)
$ silent ringing
, lights up when you make a call
and flashes when you receive a call
b * new messages on your integrated answering machine are indicated by the symbol b
C for cancelling a function / deleting
/ for selecting a function / searching in the redial list
s lights when the cordless handset
is registered to the base station of
your fax machine and is in range of
the base station. If the s symbol
flashes the cordless handset is not
registered to the base station. The s
symbol appears whenever the cordless handset is out of range of the
base station, or the base station has
been disconnected from the power
supply
OK confirm entries
) to end a call
( press briefly: to take your cordless
handset off-hook, long press (two
seconds): to call up the last numbers
dialled
Menufunctions on the cordless handset
Your cordless handset is equipped with the following
Menufunctions. You can call up these functions with the
/ and OK buttons:
1 Phonebook
11 New entry
12 Edit entries
13 Delete entry
(See Telephone)
2 Journal
21 Delete journal
22 Duration of last call
3 Ring tone
31 Setting the type of ring tone
32 Setting the volume of the ring tone
33 You can switch to silent mode with the timer
function (see Fax switch).
34 Switches the key tones on or off
4 Settings
41 If function 41 is enabled you can end a telephone
call by replacing the handset on the fax machine.
If function 41 is disabled you have to press the
) button to end a call.
5 Base
51 Use function 51 to register an additional cordless handset on the fax machine (see Cordless
handset).
52 If you use one handset for more than one fax machine you can set which fax machine has highest
priority.
6 Answering machine
From your cordless handset, you can listen to or
delete messages on the answering machine on
your fax machine (see Answering machine).
* for devices with built-in answering machine
Installation ...............................7
SMS W ....................................25
Packaging...............................................................7
Connection............................................................7
Ink film ..................................................................8
Loading paper.......................................................9
Removing paper ..................................................11
Additional devices...............................................11
Easy Install ...........................................................12
ISDN connection................................................12
Private branch exchange ....................................12
SMS settings.........................................................25
Disable SMS printing..........................................25
Reading SMS messages.......................................25
Sending SMS messages.......................................26
Printing SMS messages ......................................26
Deleting SMS messages......................................26
Other SMS functions..........................................26
Disable SMS reception .......................................27
Basic settings ..........................13
Switching on and off ..........................................28
Recording a message...........................................28
Duration of recording........................................28
Listening to messages.........................................28
Play back volume.................................................28
Deleting messages...............................................28
Forwarding messages..........................................29
Recording a conversation...................................29
VIP code...............................................................29
Memo....................................................................29
Remote control on the fax machine.................30
Remote control on the cordless handset.........31
Help function.......................................................13
Time and date ......................................................13
Your number........................................................13
Your name ............................................................13
Correction ............................................................13
Display language..................................................13
Ring tone type......................................................13
Ringer volume .....................................................14
Speaker volume ...................................................14
Fax switch ...............................15
Timer U ..............................................................15
Set SM mode....................................................15
Special settings.....................................................15
External answering machine .............................16
Telephone................................17
Making a call ........................................................17
Redial L ...........................................................17
Telephone book a on the fax machine..17
Telephone book m on the cordless handset.18
Group....................................................................18
Hands-free operation z .................................18
Easylink.................................................................19
Fax & Copy..............................21
Feeding documents in ........................................21
Sending faxes .......................................................21
Fax reception .......................................................21
Broadcast..............................................................22
Image quality........................................................22
Contrast ................................................................22
Transmission and error reports ........................23
Transmission speed.............................................23
Size compression.................................................23
Fax journal ...........................................................23
Polled reception...................................................23
Send later ..............................................................24
Copy ......................................................................24
Answering machine b * ......28
Contents
Contents
Cordless handset ....................32
Registering and deregistering a cordless handset
of the original type .............................................32
Internal phone calls ............................................33
Forwarding ...........................................................33
Search function....................................................33
Muting...................................................................33
Switching on and off ..........................................33
Hints and Tips .........................34
Delivery service ...................................................34
Paper jam..............................................................34
Document jam.....................................................34
Service code .........................................................35
Care .......................................................................35
Troubleshooting ..................................................36
Appendix .................................38
Functions..............................................................38
Technical data ......................................................39
Guarantee .............................................................40
Index .....................................................................45
* for devices with built-in answering machine
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Safety Instructions
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Safety
instructions
Pease read all warning notices and instructions
and follow them precisely.
The fax machine must stand securely on a
smooth, flat, horizontal surface (no soft surface
such as carpets etc.). Ensure a minimum clearance of 10 cm between the fax machine and other
machines and objects. Any fall can cause severe
damage to the fax machine and/or injury to people, especially small children.
Because the document exit is at the front of the
machine, this area should be kept unobstructed.
Ensure safe cable laying (danger of stumbling,
damage to the cable or the fax machine).
Disconnect the fax machine from the mains and
telephone line before cleaning the surface of the
machine.
Never use liquid or gaseous cleaning agents
(sprays, scouring agents, polishes etc.).
Do not allow any liquid to enter the fax machine,
otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or other
injury to people and severe damage to the fax
machine. If any liquid does enter the fax machine,
immediately remove the power plug and have the
fax machine professionally inspected.
If the display breaks, a mildly corrosive liquid
may leak out. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
In case of any damage caused to the housing of
your fax machine in particular to power cables
please remove the mains plug and call your service repair centre. The housing of your fax machine may only be opened by authorised service
personnel.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight (the cartridge
is heat-sensitive) and close proximity to heaters,
radios and TV sets, air conditioning vents, dust,
water and chemicals is not advised.
Make sure that air circulates freely around the
fax machine. Do not operate the fax machine
in closed boxes, cupboards, cabinets etc. Never
cover the fax machine (tablecloths, paper, folders etc.). Do not place the fax machine on beds,
tablecloths, cushions, sofas, carpets or other soft
underlays due to the danger of overheating and
subsequent fire.
Never connect the telephone in damp rooms
unless the wall sockets are specially designed for
humid conditions. Never touch the power plug,
connection to the mains or telephone socket with
wet hands.
Never touch uninsulated telephone or power
cables with damaged insulation, unless the telephone cable is disconnected from the telephone
line and/or the power cable is disconnected from
the power line.
If you want to use another cordless phone, ensure that the fax machine and the base station of
the other cordless phone are at least 15 cm apart
otherwise you may get acoustic interference in
your handset.
Your fax machine has been tested in conformity
with standards EN 60950 and IEC 60950 respectively, and may only be operated with telephone
systems and power equipment which meet these
standards.
Never expose your fax machine to rain or any
other form of moisture, in order to prevent the
risk of electric shock or fire.
In a thunderstorm, disconnect the fax machine
from both the mains and the telephone line. If
you are unable to disconnect the fax machine, do
not use it and do not telephone due to the danger
of lightning strike and/or damage to the device.
Neither telephone nor fax will operate during
power failure.
Your fax machine was built for exclusive use in
the country of purchase. It complies with the local network specifications.
For safety reasons, the cordless handset should
never be placed on the cradles without its rechargeable batteries or battery cover.
Explanation of the safety instructions on the
cordless handset:
v General warning
! Do not touch contacts
? Further information in the operating instructions
Telephone socket
Packaging
The following items are included in the packaging:
Connect the telephone cable to the fax machine
by inserting it in the socket identified with LINE.
Next connect the telephone plug to the line
socket on the wall.
1 User manual
2 Installation guide
3 Document tray
4 Paper tray
5 Fax machine (with loaded ink film)
6 Cordless handset
7 Mains cable with plug
8 Telephone cable with plug
9 Rechargeable batteries for the cordless handset
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Cordless handset
Your cordless handset is fitted with three rechargeable batteries at the factory. If you need
to replace the batteries you should replace them
with rechargable batteries of the type AAA.
1 Remove the battery compartment cover at the
back of the handset by pressing in the small
round opening with a tool. Push the cover
back. Insert the three batteries as indicated in
the battery compartment.
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2 Close the battery compartment.
v The rechargeable batteries must be disposed of in accordance with the relevant
regulations.
Under no circumstances should you use
non-rechargeable batteries.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for
failure to comply with these instructions.
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3 Place the handset on the cradle of your fax
machine (see diagram).
1 Before loading a new ink film you must remove the paper from the paper feed mechanism! If necessary, also remove the cordless
handset. To insert the ink film follow the
instructions on your ink film packaging!
2 Open the fax machine by lifting the operating
panel in the middle until it clicks in place.
v Before you use the handset for the first
time the batteries need to charge for at
least 12 hours.
The handset should never be placed on
the cradle without its batteries. This could
permanently damage the handset.
Power supply
Ink film
v For use with SAGEM ink films only!
Removing the ink film
1 Lift the rear ink film roll holding both sides
with your index fingers upwards, in order to
remove it out of its seat and place it next to
the front ink film roll.
2 Remove both ink film rolls. They cannot be
reused.
You cannot receive or copy documents unless an
ink film is loaded in the fax machine. The machine is therefore supplied complete with a free
ink film for a few trial pages.
The symbols áéíó indicate how much ink
film has already been used.
The consumption and print setting are stored on
the supplied Plug’n’Print card. A new card therefore must be inserted with each new ink film. The
settings were made at the factory for the initial
free ink film. Therefore only this ink film will work
without a Plug’n’Print card. If the Plug’n’Print
card is missing or if it is not replaced the message CHANGE CARD appears on the display.
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If the ink film is finished or if there is no
ink film in the fax machine, the red display
lamp flashes, and the following message appears:
REFILL INKFILM.
3 Remove the old Plug’n’Print card from the
slot to the left of the ink film compartment
(only the initial free ink film does not have a
Plug’n’Print card).
1 Carefully remove the rubber rings from the
new ink film. Take care not to damage the ink
film.
2 Lay the large roll in the grooves provided
in the rear ink film compartment. The blue
toothed wheel must be on the right-hand
side.
3 Now take the small roll and lay it in the front
ink film compartment. Make sure that the
blue toothed wheel is on the right and the pin
on the left is inserted in the depressions.
4 Turn small roll forward to tension the ink film.
Make sure that the ink film is not creased.
5 Break out the new Plug’n’Print card and insert
it in the slot to the left of the ink film compartments.
6 Close the machine by swinging the operation
panel forward, until it snaps shut.
Loading paper
Installation
Loading the ink film
Before you can copy documents, paper must
be loaded in your fax machine. Please use
only the following paper format: standard
A4 210 × 297 mm. The fax machine works with
normal paper used for writing and copying and
has been optimised for smooth 80 g/m2 paper.
The smoother the paper surface the better the
print quality.
1 Open the cover (1) by lifting the recesses
(handles) (2).
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2a If you want to use the paper feeder for only a
short while, flip up the paper support. In this
case, you can insert up to 15 sheets of paper.
2b If you will be using the paper feeder constantly, flip the paper refill flap forwards and insert
the paper holder in the appropriate holes
behind the paper feeder. In this case, you can
insert up to 50 sheets of paper.
4 Insert the document holder in the appropriate
opening on the paper refill flap.
5 To prevent several sheets being drawn into
the machine at once, first fan out the paper
to separate the sheets and then straighten the
stack on a flat surface before inserting it into
the paper feed.
6 Pull the paper feed flap fully forward until
it stops. Insert several sheets of A4 paper
(80 g/m²) up to the end-stop in the paper feed
mechanism (max. 50 sheets).
3 The slits in the paper holder must be placed
on the cover.
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If you intend using special auxiliary devices with
your fax machine, please contact your dealer.
If you wish to receive faxes via modem, you must
set your fax machine to MANUAl RECEPTION.
EXT socket
You can connect additional devices to the same
telephone socket by using the socket labeled
EXT on your machine.
Never load paper while the fax machine is
printing!
Removing paper
EXT
To remove the paper, open the paper feed flap
and carefully pull out the paper. Close the flap
again.
v Connecting additional devices to the same
socket ensures you the optimal functioning of your fax switch (e. g. call transfer).
Your fax machine can control the additional devices.
Installation
7 Close the paper feed flap.
Separate sockets
You can connect additional devices to separate
sockets on the same line even if they are in different rooms.
In the event of a paper jam see Hints and
Tips / Paper jam.
Additional devices
You can operate other equipment on a single
telephone line in addition to your fax machine,
and cordless handset, such as other telephones,
cordless phones, answering machines, charge
counters and modems.
If you operate another SMS-compatible cordless
phone on the same line there is no guarantee that
a particular SMS will be received on your fax machine or on the other cordless handset. However,
you can only receive SMS messages on one device
at any one time. Try to disable SMS reception on
the additional cordless phone. If you cannot do
this, disable SMS reception on the fax machine
(see SMS / Disable SMS reception).
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v If you connect additional devices to separate sockets (e. g. in separate rooms) your
fax switch cannot control them (which
means that your machine behaves like
any ordinary machine). For this reason
e. g. call transfer is not possible. Therefore
we recommend you to connect your additional devices to the same socket.
Easy Install
Easy Install ensures that your fax machine will
set itself up perfectly according to your own personal circumstances.
1 Press w for at least two seconds. Your fax
machine will print one page. Pull out the page
firmly and follow the instructions.
2 Your fax machine will then guide you on the
machines display through the first settings
such as your fax number and your name.
3 Afterwards you need to enter the current time
and date. Use the dial pad to enter the correct
time and date. Confirm with OK.
ISDN connection
Your fax machine is not an ISDN fax (group 4),
but an analogue fax machine (group 3). Therefore it cannot be used directly on an ISDN connection. You will need an (analogue) adapter or
an ISDN connection for analogue devices. For
further information please refer to your ISDN
instructions.
For devices with SMS function: Analog terminals must be SMS-compatible.
Private branch exchange
Private branch exchange systems are very common in large companies. ISDN connections are
private branch exchanges and are used very often
in private households. To get a connection from
a private branch exchange to the public network
you have to dial a key to obtain the outside line.
1 Select function 15 on your fax machine by
pressing M and then entering the digits 15.
Press OK.
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2 You can switch on the PABX operation using
u.
PABX: YES
PABX: NO
3 Then press OK.
4 Now enter the key that has to be pressed to
obtain an outside line.
This outside line access code must be obtained
from the manufacturer. This is either 0 or R
(in some systems also described as FLASH) or a
number key.
5 Press OK.
6 Use u to select CHECK: YES and press
OK.
Your machine will then check that the outside line
can be obtained. If the check is successful, the
following message appears briefly: check OK.
If the check fails, the following message appears
briefly:
check NOT OK.
You will be asked to repeat the entry. Change the
outside line access code. If you have entered the
correct code but the display continues to read
check NOT OK then delete the code by pressing C.
In case your PABX requires R to obtain an
outside line but it is still not possible to get
through to the line, your system may not
meet the most recent regulations. Therefore
some technical settings have to be changed
on your fax machine. Please refer to your
Fax Call Centre (you will find the telephone
number on the back cover).
If you want to keep a note of the factory settings
on your machine for later, we recommend printing out a function list before you change any of
the settings: Press once M and twice OK.
If you press a wrong key, press the STOP key as
often as necessary to return to the original position. If you have entered a wrong digit or character, you can correct it with u and C.
If you want to delete your individual settings, you
can do so in function 45 Service code (see Hints
and Tips / Service code).
Help function
Press w twice. You will receive a printout explaining how to use the most important functions. It also specifies how to obtain further
HELP pages concerning other features of your
fax machine.
Time and date
1 Select function 12 by pressing M, 12 and
OK on your fax machine.
2 Enter the correct time using the number keys
(e. g. 09 15 for 9:15 a. m.). Your fax
machine will now ask you for the correct date
(e. g. 15 05 04 for May 15th, 2004).
3 Press OK.
Your number
1 Select function 13 by pressing M, 13 and
OK on your fax machine.
2 Enter your telephone or fax number. (e. g.
#44>6151… for +44 6151…—
use # or * to enter the “+”, that is often
used in international fax numbers in front of
the country code, and > to enter a space. You
can enter a maximum of 20 characters).
3 Press OK.
Your name
1 Select function 14 by pressing M, 14 and
OK on your fax machine.
2 Enter your name using the alphabetic keypad.
v When entering a name, you can use + to
type capital letters (press and hold the +
key and type the desired key).
“Your name” and “your telephone number”
are transmitted at the top of each page together with the date, time and page number, if you
store this data with function 13 and 14.
Correction
If you have entered a wrong letter or number in
function 13 or 14 you can correct the mistake
during the entering as well as later. If you want to
make your corrections later you have to select the
functions for entering numbers or names once
again.
Use u to place the cursor under the character
you want to delete. Press C to delete the character. A long press on C (two seconds) will delete
the whole line. Press OK.
Display language
For the fax machine
1 Select function 11 by pressing M, 11 and
OK on your fax machine.
Basic settings
Basic settings
2 Select the desired language with u.
3 Press OK.
For the cordless handset
The cordless handset automatically takes over the
setting you have made on the fax machine.
Ring tone type
For the fax machine
You can choose from ten different types of
tones.
1 Select function 35 by pressing M, 35 and
OK on the fax machine.
2 Select the desired ring tone with 0 to 9.
3 Press OK.
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Basic settings
For the cordless handset
You can change the ringing tones not only on
your fax machine but also on your cordless handset:
1 Select function 31 by pressing /, 31 on
the cordless handset.
2 Now use / to select one of the ringing
tones.
3 Confirm with OK.
Ringer volume
For the fax machine
You can adjust the volume of the ring tone if the
fax machine is in stand-by mode or if it is just
ringing. Please note that different volumes can be
sett for the modus S and M (see chapter Fax
switch).
1 By pressing u on your fax machine the
display shows the current setting for about
three seconds.
2 Change the volume by pressing u until
the desired volume is achieved.
For the cordless handset
1 Select function 32 by pressing /, 32 on
the cordless handset.
2 You can now use / to set the volume you
want.
3 Confirm with OK.
Speaker volume
For the fax machine
You can adjust the volume of the loudspeaker at
any time by pressing DIAL (for devices without
built-in answering machine) or z (for devices
with built-in answering machine).
1 Press DIAL/z.
2 Change the volume by pressing u until
the desired volume is achieved.
3 Finish your entry by pressing STOP.
For the cordless handset
During a telephone call press / and select the
volume you want. Press OK.
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The built-in fax switch enables you to phone and
fax from the same telephone connection and use
additional devices. The fax switch separates fax
and voice messages. For example, it can receive
fax messages silently, i. e. without ringing to avoid
causing a disturbance.
The operating modes S and M for day and
night operation each allow you to decide on different modes during the day and at night, how
often the machine should ring prior to receipt of
faxes or before the answering machine is turned
on.
You may change-over the operating mode between S and M of your fax machine automatically, using the timer function U.
Timer U
The built-in timer U distinguishes between day
S and night M. With the default values the fax
machine will ring during the day when it receives
fax calls and telephone calls. At night (10:00 p. m.
to 6:00 a. m.), faxes will be received without ringing and telephone calls will be announced with a
quieter ring.
If the U symbol is displayed the timer is activated. To switch the timer on or off hold down
the U button for two seconds.
Set SM mode
Display
tAM rings:
fax rings:
Ringer vol.:
listen in:
Possible settings
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
5/2
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
manual reception
low, med, high
on, off
1 Select function 31 (day) by pressing M, 31
and OK on your fax machine.
2 Select number of rings with u before
your answering device will be activated.
TAM RINGS: 5/2
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter the number of rings after which the
fax machine goes on-line and separates faxes
from telephone calls. If the call is a fax call the
fax machine switches to reception. Telephone
calls will continue to ring. FAX RINGS: 5
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Using u, determine the ringer volume when receiving a call. Confirm with
OK.
RINGER VOL.: HIGH
7 Select
with u
if
the
caller
should be heard while leaving a message.
listen in: on, off
You can change the times when the fax machine
should switch between day S and night M:
8 Confirm with OK.
1 Select function 33 by pressing M, 33 and
OK on your fax machine.
9 To activate mode M select M, 32 (Night)
OK and repeat steps 2 to 8.
2 Enter the time at which you want your fax
machine to switch automatically to S (e. g.
08 00 for 8:00 a. m.) and confirm with
OK.
3 Enter the time at which you want your fax machine to switch automatically to M (e. g. 23
30 for 11:30 p. m.) and confirm with OK.
Fax switch
Fax switch
Special settings
Silent fax reception
To receive faxes without any ring signals, set the
amount of ring signals in FAX RINGS to 0.
Completely silent operation $
You should use this option only with devices with
integral answering machines. If, for example, you
do not wish to be disturbed by calls or faxes arriving at night, you may set the number of ringing
signals (tam rings: and fax rings:) to 0.
Faxes are then received silently and calls are immediately answered by the answering machine,
provided you have switched the answering machine on.
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Fax switch
For machines without a built-in answer machine
the fax switch is disabled in this setting, i. e. your
device immediately switches over to fax reception and will not ring, when calls are received (the
caller hears a whistling tone).
v For this reason calls cannot be recorded by
any external answering machine which may
be connected.
Answering machine rings
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FAX RINGS:
4
TOTAL RINGS:
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Tips:
The answering message of your answering machine should be shorter than ten seconds.
Manual fax reception
Please avoid music in your outgoing message.
If you select MANUAL RECEPTION faxes will
not be automatically received by your fax machine unless you activate fax reception yourself.
Lift the handset and press START/COPY. This
may be sensible for example, if you wish to receive your faxes by modem at your computer.
If your fax machine is unable to recognise older
fax machine models, which do not transmit those
signals that are commonly used in today’s technology, you should advise your callers in your answering message to press * and 5 followed by
START/COPY to commence the fax reception.
Economy operating mode
(for devices with built-in answering
machine)
If the automatic fax reception is impossible,
press START/COPY to manually begin receiving the fax.
If you select option 5/2 at TAM RINGS: your
answering machine will answer the call after two
ringing signals instead of after five, when you
receive new messages. Using the remote access
function you have the opportunity to check,
whether your answering machine holds any messages without incurring telephone cost (if your
answering machine turns itself on after only two
ringing signals you will know, that new messages
have been left). After listening to your new messages your answering machine will, at the next call,
switch itself on again after five ringing signals.
If your answering machine provides an “economy function” (e.g. a function which changes the
number of ringing signals as soon as a message
was recorded), you should preferably switch this
function off.
External answering
machine
Connect your answering machine as described in
Installation / Additional devices.
To provide for the optimum performance of an
external answering machine, set this device to
ring once or twice. To avoid the automatic acceptance of calls by the fax-switch, you must set
total RINGS: and fax RINGS: to a value
at least two ringing signals higher than the setting
of the external answering machine.
If you switch off the external answering machine,
calls are accepted by the fax-switch (see chapter
Set SM mode).
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Settings example:
It is possible that the answering machine not
only counts the messages received, but also the
number of fax calls.
Please ensure that the code for starting the fax
reception from other telephones (factory setting
* and 5) is not the same as for remote access
to recorded messages. Where necessary the code
for function 34 may be changed (see Hints and
Tips / Easylink).
If your answering machine accepts the call but
your fax machine does not stop ringing, try to
install your answering machine by serial connection, for example by connecting it to the same
telephone socket or to the EXT socket of your
fax machine (see chapter Installation / Additional devices).
If your answering machine cannot accept calls,
your fax machine will automatically start to receive faxes after the number of ringing signals set
in TOTAL RINGS has been received.
If your external answering machine records fax
signals, but your fax machine cannot receive any
faxes, check the connection of your external answering machine. Connect the external answering
machine to the same telephone socket or to the
EXT socket of your fax machine (see chapter
Installation / Additional devices).
Telephone book a
on the fax machine
Making a call
2 To accept a call, again press the ( button.
The memory in your fax machine can store about
50 names and numbers (devices without answering machine) or about 200 names and number
(devices with answering machines). The precise
number depends on the length of the entries.
3 To end a call, press ).
Storing numbers
1 To make a call, press the ( button on the
cordless handset and key in the number.
You can also dial numbers on the fax machine.
Once you have done this, press the ( button
on your handset to establish the connection.
With devices with built-in answering machine
you can make also telephone calls on the fax
machine. To do this, press z.
If you have entered an incorrect digit, you can
cancel it with C before dialling commences.
Pressing R on your fax machine gives you access to many of the new services (call waiting,
toggling, etc.)
Redial L
On the fax machine
With L you can redial the last five numbers you
have dialled previously.
1 Press L.
2 Press u, until the desired number appears
on the display. If you want to edit the number
press OK and make the desired changes.
3 Press the ( button on your cordless handset
to establish the connection.
With L, u and C you can delete the
numbers you do not need any more from the
redial memory. Confirm with OK.
1 Press a on the fax machine for two seconds.
2 Use the dial pad to enter a name. After pressing > the cursor moves one place to the right.
Press OK.
3 Enter the telephone number and confirm
with OK.
You can also store numbers during a telephone conversation.
Using the telephone book
1 Press a. The first stored name or telephone number appears on the display. Press
u until the desired number appears. If
you want to edit the number, press OK and
make the desired changes. Confirm with OK.
Telephone
Telephone
2 On your cordless handset, press ( or, if you
want to send a fax, press START.
Correcting entries
Press a and select the entry you want to
correct with u then press a for two
seconds. Select a character with u and press
C to delete it. Confirm with OK.
Deleting entries
On the cordless handset
Press a and select the entry you want to
delete with u and press C. Choose with
u whether you really want to delete the entry.
Confirm with OK.
1 Press R.
List of numbers
2 You can now use / to select the number
you want from the redial list on your cordless
handset.
Choose function 44 to print a list of your stored
telephone book numbers. Press M, 44 and
OK.
3 Press the ( button on your cordless handset
to establish the connection.
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Telephone
Telephone book m on
the cordless handset
You can also store telephone numbers in the
phone book on your cordless handset.
Storing numbers
1 On your cordless handset, press /, 11.
2 Use the digit keys to enter a name. If you have
made a mistake, press C, then OK.
3 Enter the telephone number you want to
store and press OK.
Using the phonebook
1 Press m. You will see a list of the stored entries on the cordless handset.
5 The saved entry will appear on the screen.
Continue as described above until all desired
numbers are saved to the group. When finished press STOP again.
Searching groups
1 To browse all entries in a group, call up function 46 and select the desired group from 1 to
5 using u. Press OK.
2 Select view members? using u and
confirm with OK.
3 You can use u to look through all entries.
You can exit the group by pressing STOP.
2 Select base to access the phonebook on the
fax machine, and confirm with OK. You can
now make your selection from the entries on
the fax machine.
1 Call up function 46 and select the desired
group from 1 to 5 using u. Press OK.
3 Press the ( button to make the connection
to the other party.
2 Using u select delete member? and
confirm with OK.
Correcting entries
3 Using u select an entry that you want to
delete and press C. Select whether or not you
actually want to delete the entry or the entire
group using u. Confirm with OK. To
quit the function press STOP.
Call up function 12 on your cordless handset and
use / to select the entry you want. Press OK to
edit the entry. Delete the number or name using
C and confirm the new entry with OK.
Deleting entries or entire groups
Deleting entries
Hands-free operation z
Call up function 13 on your cordless handset and
use / to select the entry you want. Press OK to
delete the entry.
(for devices with built-in anwering
machine)
You can organise several entries in your telephone book on the fax machine into groups, e. g.,
to send one fax to several persons.
You can make a call without using the cordless
handset or let persons in the same room participate in the conversation. Press z on your fax
machine after having dialled or during the call.
Replace the handset. The microphone and the
loudspeaker on the fax are now activated.
Creating groups
Caller line identification
1 Select Function 46 by pressing M, 46 and
OK on your fax machine.
(not available in all countries)
Group
2 Select a group from 1 to 5 using u and
then press OK.
3 Use u to select ADD MEMBER? and confirm with OK.
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4 All numbers saved in the telephone book of
your fax machine will be displayed. Select the
entry you want to save using u and confirm with OK.
Your fax machine as well as your cordless handset are capable of showing the caller’s telephone
number before you lift the handset. To have this
feature at your disposal, you must subscribe to it
via your telephone service provider. The use of
this feature is subject to network selection.
1 Press L on your fax machine for two seconds.
2 Using u you can now step through the
entries. The new entries are marked with an
“*”.
3 To call back the displayed number just press
( on the cordless handset.
To delete an entry press C. Choose with
u and confirm deletion by pressing OK.
If you set FAX RINGS: with M, 31
or 32 to 0, then the telephone number
cannot be displayed on your external telephones.
Easylink
Using additional telephones
Telephone
If a call had been received during your absence or
while you were on a phone call, the symbol I will
appear on the display of your fax machine. The
telephone numbers of the last ten received calls
are stored.
Your fax machine is equipped with a cordless
handset. You can also connect further telephones
to the same telephone line (see Installation /
Additional devices). However, the additional
phone must be set to dual-tone multi-frequency
method. If your telephone connection requires
the pulse dialling method, then you would need
to briefly reset your additional device to use it.
For more information about this, please see the
user manual for your device.
There are various codes that allow you to transfer
calls or faxes between the cordless handset, fax
machine and other phones. They are shown in
the table below.
To change codes *5 and ** below, call up
function 34 on the fax machine.
v Only use this function when absolutely
necessary!
If you need to change the predefined codes, select function 34 on the fax machine by pressing
M, 34 and OK. Enter two different codes and
confirm each code with OK. Each code should
begin with * or #.
Please note that the three Easylink codes must
be different. Otherwise on the display appears:
CODE not OK
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Telephone
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Incoming call
You want to accept a
call.
Cordless handset
Press ( both for an
external call and for a
call that is forwarded
by your fax machine
or another cordless
handset.
You lift the handset
and it’s an incoming
fax (you hear a beep or
nothing at all).
Press *5.
You want to forward
a call.
To the fax machine:
Press *0 and ).
Fax machine
Devices without builtin answering machine:
Not possible
Devices with built-in
answering machine:
Press z.
Devices without builtin answering machine:
Not possible
Other telephone
Depending on the type
of telephone.
If you lift the handset
and hear the recorded
announcement on your
answering machine
you can interrupt it by
pressing **.
Press *5 and hang
up.
Devices with built-in
answering machine:
Press START.
To all cordless handsets Not possible!
registered to your fax
machine: Press { twice.
To an additional cordless handset that is also To a particular cordless
registered to the fax
handset that is regismachine:
tered to your fax machine: Press { and the
Press OK, the number
number of the handset
of the cordless handset
you want (e.g. 2).
you want (for example
2) and (. You can
.
now make an internal
call. The external call is
put on hold. Press the
red disconnect button
) to transfer the call.
3 Move the document guide so that it rests on
the document.
Write clearly and legibly. Only use pens with dark
ink (black or dark-blue, not yellow, orange or
light green).
The following points are the most common
causes of errors when sending faxes:
v Don’t send …
… wet pages or pages with corrections made
with correction fluid; dirty pages or pages
with a glossy or laminated surface.
… pages written in faint pencil, crayon, chalk
or artist’s charcoal.
… pages from newspapers (printer’s ink).
… stapled pages or pages held together with
paperclips. Remove all staples and clips
before sending.
In the event of a document jam see Hints
and Tips / Document jam.
Sending faxes
… creased or torn pages.
1 Dial the number you require on the fax machine.
… pages joined with sticky tape or glue, with
adhesive stickers such as “post-it®” notes,
or pages which are too thin or too thick.
2 If you want to select a higher resolution, press
RES.
Documents smaller than A5 risk getting stuck in
the machine.
Transmission now begins. In case the connection is not successful your fax machine will redial
later.
Feeding documents in
If you want to interrupt transmission, press
STOP.
1 To avoid more than one page being fed at the
same time, first fan out the stack and then
straighten it on a smooth surface.
3 Press START/COPY.
Fax & Copy
Fax & Copy
Fax reception
If you do not change the fax switch settings,
faxes will be received automatically.
2 Insert your documents (max. 10 sheets) loosely with the printed side to the front into the
document feed slot.
If you accept a call on the cordless handset and
hear that it is an incoming fax, press *5 and
OK (see Telephone / Easylink). When you
answer a call on the fax machine by pressing
DIAL/z and realise that it is a fax (you hear
a beep or no sound), press START/COPY to
receive the fax.
On an additional phone
When you answer using an additional phone and
it turns out to be a fax, you can start the fax reception by pressing *5 and then hang up. The
fax machine will receive the fax.
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Fax & Copy
Fax reception without paper
If there is no more paper in the feeder or if the
ink film is empty, an incoming fax will be stored
in memory (storage capacity for devices without
built-in answering machine approx. 50 pages, for
devices with built-in answering machine approx.
200 pages of the Slerexe letter). If there are
documents in memory the h symbol will appear
on the display and the red indicator lamp v will
flash. When paper and/or an ink film is inserted
the fax machine will automatically print out all
the stored documents.
When a fax message is completely printed out, it
will be deleted from the memory. If the printing
process was interrupted, all fax messages that
have not been completely printed out will remain
stored. If the memory is full, further pages can
not be stored. The red indicator lamp v will
flash and the display will show MEMORY FULL.
Broadcast
This feature is very useful, and can be used when
you want to send the same document to more
than one party (Circular send).
1 Insert the document face to the front into the
document feed slot. If you want to select a
higher resolution, press RES.
2 Select M, 25 and OK. The inserted document will be stored into the memory.
3 You now have the following options to enter
numbers into the receiver list: Either enter the
numbers using the number keypad or select a
number/group from the telephone book by
pressing a and u.
4 When you have entered the desired numbers,
press OK. The numbers are then entered in
the receiver list. Repeat the procedure until
you have entered data for max. 25 recipients.
5 To send the document press START/COPY.
The document will be sent successively to every
party entered.
Broadcasting to a group
Along with function 25 (see chapter Telephone
/ Group) you can also use Function 46 to send
faxes to a group. However, the receiver list in
Function 46 can no longer be changed!
1 Hold the document with the print side face up
and insert it into the document feeder (max.
10 pages).
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2 Press M, 46 and OK on your fax machine.
Select the desired group from 1 to 5 using
u. Press OK.
3 Use u to select SEND FAX? and press
START/COPY. The document will be sent
to all persons in the group.
If the fax can’t be sent to one of the recipients, the fax machine will continue with the
list and retry sending the fax again. After
sending, a transmission report will be printed
automatically.
Image quality
If you want to improve the image quality you
can choose between the options FINE (for
small print or fine drawings) and PHOTO (for
photographs and pictures). Press RES as often
as needed until the pointer for the desired resolution lights up. After transmitting or, if there is no
document in the feed slot, after 40 seconds the
fax machine will automatically return to standard
resolution. Document transmission takes longer
in FINE mode and longer still in PHOTO
mode.
Contrast
With function 47 you can adjust the contrast
quality (brightness) for documents you want to
copy or send as a fax message, e. g. dark photos
or forms with coloured background.
1 Press M, 47 and OK on your fax machine.
2 With u you can choose between three different options:
CONTRAST: LOW
CONTRAST: medium
CONTRAST: HIGH
3 Confirm your choice with OK.
Your fax machine can print a transmission report
every time you have sent a document. This way
you are given confirmation that your document
has been received. If an error occurs during
transmission you will be informed on the error
report. The printing of a transmission report can
be switched on and off while the error report is
always printed.
Polled reception
By means of this function documents which
have been prepared for collection from another
fax machine can be retrieved.
Quick polling
1 Dial the desired number with the handset replaced.
2 Press and hold START/COPY.
2 Select with u and confirm with OK.
3 In case you want to enter a sub address or a
code as well (see Polling with code) enter the
telephone number first and close with R.
Transmission speed
Attach desired sub address or code, press and
hold START/COPY (e. g. 12345 R
17 R code or 12345 RR code).
1 Press M, 28 and OK on your fax machine.
Your fax machine automatically adjusts its transmission speed to the quality of the telephone line.
Especially in case of overseas transmissions this
process can take more time. If the poor line quality is already known it is useful to set the machine
at a slower speed from the very beginning. This
will save time and charges the automatic adjustment would require.
1 Press M, 21 and OK on your fax machine.
2 Select a lower speed with u.
3 Confirm with OK.
Size compression
To make sure that received faxes that are slightly
longer than A4 size are printed on one page,
these pages are slightly reduced vertically. If you
do not wish to use this facility, you can switch off
reduction using function 29:
Polling with code
If your correspondent has entered a code to protect the document to be retrieved please follow
this procedure:
1 Press M, 22 and OK on your fax machine.
2 Enter the code and confirm with OK.
3 Enter the telephone number and press
START/COPY. In case it does not work
try to poll manually:Press DIAL/z, dial the
required number and press START/COPY.
Fax & Copy
Transmission and error
reports
Polling send
You can allow a document to be polled from your
fax machine.
1 Insert the document in the document feed slot.
1 Press M, 29 and OK on your fax machine.
2 Select with u and confirm with OK.
Fax journal
The fax journal is a list of the last ten received
and transmitted faxes.
1 Press M, 27 and OK on your fax machine.
2 Select with u if, and when the fax journal
will be printed out (immediately or after ten
transmissions).
3 Confirm your choice with OK.
2 If you wish to protect the document from unauthorised access, enter a code with function 23.
Press M, 23 and OK on your fax machine.
Enter a code (maximum of 20 characters) and
press OK to confirm. The document can now
be polled by a person in possession of this code.
You can still make telephone calls while this function is activated.
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Fax & Copy
3 The operation is interrupted as soon as you
remove the document.
Polling codes work in accordance with the
ITU international standard. However, there
are manufacturers who use other processes
and whose machines are therefore not compatible.
If you want to send faxes to fax databases or
if you want to poll from these, some databases have a sub-address which you can add
to the telephone number. This will save you
money in telephone charges. First enter the
telephone number of the database and then
press R. Then enter the required sub-address.
If you are not sure whether your fax polling
service supports sub-addresses, please contact your polling service operator.
Send later
If you wish to make use of cheaper telephone
rates, or if your fax correspondent is only available at particular times, you can program automatic transmission of a fax at a later time (within
24 hours).
1 Press M, 24 and OK on your fax machine.
Enter the time when you wish the document
to be sent.
2 Press OK and insert the document.
Copy
You can use your fax machine to make copies of
an original. Resolution FINE is set by default. In
addition, you can also select resolution PHOTO
(see Image quality).
1 Place the documents face to the front in the
document feeder. You can load up to 10 pages
at once.
2 Select the desired resolution with RES.
a To make only one copy of the original, briefly
press START/COPY. The copying process
starts immediately.
b In order to make more than one copy press
START/COPY (for at least two seconds):
The display will show the actual number of
copies. If you want to change this figure, enter the desired number with the number keys
(max. 15). Press START/COPY.
3 Choose whether to reduce or enlarge the
document in size when copying. Your machine
provides the following options:
zoom enlarge: 200
ZOOM ENLARGE: 150
ZOOM NORMAL: 1:1
ZOOM REDUCE: 75
ZOOM REDUCE: 50
3 Dial the desired telephone number and then
press START/COPY.
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4 Select the desired option with u and confirm with OK.
4 The fax machine is now ready to send the
inserted document. You can still make telephone calls while this function is activated.
The machine stores the first page of the
document into memory and starts copying.
Automatic sorting is therefore not an option!
5 If you remove the inserted document the
stand-by mode is cancelled.
To interrupt the copying process press STOP.
In case of a paper jam, if the ink film is empty or the memory is full, the copying process
will be interrupted automatically.
In the event of a document jam see Hints
and Tips / Document jam.
(not available in all countries)
You can send and receive SMS (Short Message
Service) messages with your fax machine. Your
fax machine is already set up to make use of
SMS services—depending on the country and
network.
v You cannot send or receive SMS messages
on your cordless handset.
Disable SMS printing
1 Press M, 64 and then OK four times on
your fax machine.
2 Use u to choose whether to have incoming messages automatically printed or not:
PRINT SMS: YES, NO
SMS
SMS W
The NO. for transm. and the NO. for recept. are needed in order to use SMS services.
In some countries these numbers may be identical.
3 Press OK to complete your action.
• Before you can send and receive SMS
messages the CLIP feature (Caller Line
Identification Presentation) must be enabled for your telephone line.
v If your fax machine is connected to a
PABX system you may not be able to use
SMS services. Contact the operator or
manufacturer of the PABX system.
• Make sure that this feature is activated on
your line.
• To send an SMS the call number of an
SMS provider must be entered in your fax
(SMS centre).
Check the following with your service provider:
• What costs are billed for sending and possibly receiving an SMS message,
• Which mobile networks can you send SMS
messages to and which mobile networks
can you receive SMS messages from,
• Which functions are offered by your SMS
service.
SMS settings
Your fax machine is already set up to make use of
SMS services. If you do have any problems, however, you should contact your telephone network
provider.
You can change the predefined SMS provider and
enter a second provider.
1 Press M, 64 and OK on your fax machine.
2 The current provider will be displayed. Use
u to select either SMS CENTER 1 or 2.
Reading SMS messages
When you receive an SMS message you will hear
a beep. The message will be stored and automatically printed out. You can disable automatic
printout (see Disable SMS printing).
In this case, the SMS button will flash when a
new SMS message is received and the display on
your fax machine will show W and the number
of new SMS messages:
1 Press the SMS button.
2 Press u to select READ SMS.
3 Press OK.
4 The number, date and time of the last message will be displayed. Unread messages are
marked with an asterisk. Press u to select
the SMS you want and press OK.
5 The SMS message will be displayed. Use
u to move within the message. If you
hold down u the cursor will move to the
start or end of the SMS message.
With OK and u you can select any of a wide
range of options (see Other SMS functions).
Press START/COPY and OK to print the
message.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter the NO. for transm. Confirm with
OK.
5 Enter the NO. for recept. Confirm with
OK.
6 Select STOP to return to the list of received
SMS messages.
You can also read SMS messages by pressing
M, 62 and OK on your fax machine.
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SMS
Sending SMS messages
1 Press the SMS button.
2 Press u to select SEND SMS.
5 Press OK. The messages will be printed out.
You can also print SMS messages by pressing
M, 63 and OK on your fax machine.
3 Press OK.
4 The display shows TEXT:. Enter your text
message on the alphabetic keypad (maximum
of 160 characters). If there are numbers in
the message you should use the numerical
keypad. You can select any of the last five
SMS messages you have written and use it as
a template. Press L until the message you
want appears.
v Press the w button to check how many
characters you can still enter.
5 Press START/COPY to print the message
and OK.
6 Enter the recipient’s number. Confirm with
OK.
Deleting SMS messages
To free up the memory so it can receive new messages you should delete any messages you have
already read.
1 Press the SMS button.
2 Press u to select READ SMS.
3 Press OK.
4 The stored messages will be displayed. Use
u to select the SMS message you want to
delete.
5 Press C.
6 Use u to select one of the following:
DELETE: YES
You can use the phone book a or the
redial function L to enter the number.
DELETE: NO
7 You can enter up to five recipients. When you
have entered each telephone number press
OK. Finally, press SMS.
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Your SMS message will be sent.
DELETE: ALL
v If the SMS memory is full (maximum of
30 messages) no new messages can be received. You should delete SMS messages
you have already read.
Use u to move within the message or the
number. If you hold down u the cursor
will move to the start or end of the message
or number.
Other SMS functions
To delete the character to the left of the cursor press C. To delete all the text hold down
C (two seconds).
1 If you press OK while you are reading an
SMS message you can use u to select one
of the following options:
You can also send SMS messages by pressing
M, 61 and OK on your fax machine.
print sMS
print out the SMS message
back
forward sms
Printing SMS messages
1 Press the SMS button.
2 Press u to select PRINT SMS.
reply sms
delete
read next
3 Press OK.
4 Use u to select which SMS messages you
want to print:
PRINT: ALL
PRINT: inbox
PRINT: NEW
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read previous
2 Confirm with OK.
return to the SMS list
send the SMS message
to someone else
answer the SMS message
delete the SMS message
display the next
SMS message
display the
previous SMS message
If you operate another SMS-compatible cordless
phone on the same line there is no guarantee that
a particular SMS will be received on your fax machine or on the other cordless handset. However,
you can only receive SMS messages on one device
at any one time. Try to disable SMS reception on
the additional cordless phone. If you cannot do
this, disable SMS reception on the fax machine.
1 Press M, 45 and OK on your fax machine.
SMS
Disable SMS reception
2 Enter 51205 and press OK.
3 Use u to choose whether to enable or disable SMS reception.
SURE: yes
SURE: no
4 Press OK to complete your action.
You can use the same procedure to enable
SMS reception again.
You can still send SMS messages even if SMS
reception is disabled.
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Answering machine
Answering
machine b
(for devices with built-in answering
machine)
The recording capacity is 30 minutes.
Your answering machine is factory-programmed
with a recorded outgoing message. If you want
to record your own outgoing message, proceed as
described under Recording a message.
v In case of a long term power failure recorded messages, etc. will be deleted!
1 If the PLAY button flashes on your fax machine, this means that messages have been
recorded for you. New messages are indicated
on your cordless handset by the b symbol.
Press PLAY to listen to the first message. The
date and time the message was received and
the number of the caller will be displayed.
2 The next message will be replayed if you press
PLAY while listening to any message.
3 You can switch between messages by entering
the number of the message you want while
the messages are being played. For example,
enter 1 for the first message.
4 After listening to your messages PLAY will
stay on until all messages have been erased.
Switching on and off
Activate or deactivate your answering machine
with ON/OFF. If you have switched on the answering machine you will see the b symbol on
the display of your fax machine.
Recording a message
1 Hold down REC for two seconds. Press REC
again, until you hear a confirmation tone. Lift
the handset and start to record your message.
2 A black bar indicates you how much memory
is available for the outgoing message (max. 20
seconds).
3 Stop recording by pressing REC or STOP.
Play back volume
1 Press u on the fax machine while playing
back messages. The current volume setting
will be displayed.
2 Press u to obtain the desired volume.
Deleting messages
Single messages
1 If you want to delete the message which is
currently being played, press C on the fax
machine.
2 You will be asked on the display if you really
want to delete this message. Press C or OK.
4 The new answering message is automatically
replayed. By pressing u you can change
the volume of the message.
All messages
5 To hear the message again, press REC for a
while (two seconds) and then PLAY.
1 Press C on the fax machine after having listened to all messages.
Duration of recording
2 If you actually want to delete all messages,
press C or OK. To interrupt the deleting
process press STOP.
1 Select M, 51 and OK.
2 Press u to choose between 30, 60, 120
seconds or the AUTO mode (unlimited recording time). Please note that AUTO mode
is not available in all countries.
3 Confirm with OK.
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Listening to messages
Recording a conversation
Your fax machine can automatically forward all
incoming messages to another telephone number.
Enter the telephone number to which you wish
recorded calls to be forwarded. You can select
the number of messages to be forwarded each
time. Your fax machine will wait until the selected
number of messages has been received and then
calls the desired number automatically. A message announcing the call forwarding is transmitted when the connection is made. Then the party
to which the calls are being forwarded needs to
enter the access code (see function 52). If you
do not enter the right code within 40 seconds or
if you enter the wrong code three times, the fax
machine will hang up.
You can record a telephone conversation with
your fax machine.
1 In case your answering machine is deactivated
turn it on with ON/OFF. The symbol b
appears on the display of the fax machine.
2 Select M, 55 and OK on your fax machine.
3 Choose with u forward call: on
and confirm with OK.
4 Enter the telephone number your messages
should be forwarded to and press OK.
5 Choose with u the number of messages
you want to be forwarded each time.
6 To record a new forwarding message, press
OK. *
7 Press REC. Wait for the confirmation tone
and start speaking. An example of an announcement might be: “Hello, there are messages for Mr. Smith; please enter the access
code.” Lift the handset and start to record
your message. A black bar will indicate how
much memory is available.
8 Press STOP when you have finished. The
forwarding message will be played back.
9 The fax machine is now switched to stand-by
mode.
* if a message has already been recorded
a Press OK.
b Select with u. If you wish to record a
new forwarding message, select rec. message: yes. If you want to use the existing
message, select rec. message: nO. Press
OK to confirm.
1 Press REC during a telephone conversation.
2 To stop recording, press STOP.
3 The recorded conversation can be played back
and deleted like any recorded message.
You can not record a telephone conversation
while hands-free operation is activated.
VIP code
Ringing despite answering machine
Persons you had given this code, can make the
telephone ring after the answering machine has
taken the call. This is useful if both ring counts in
function 31 and 32 have been set to 0.
1 To enter the code select M, 53 and press
OK on your fax machine. Enter a four digit
code. Confirm with OK.
2 This code must be different to the access code
(function 52).
Memo
External memo
You can record a message which the caller can
hear without being able to leave a message in
return. For this the answering machine must be
switched on.
1 Select M, 54 and press OK on your fax
machine. Choose the external memo mode by
pressing u. Confirm with OK (if you already have recorded a memo you want to use
again, just press OK once more).
2 Press REC and wait for the confirmation
tone. Start to speak. Press STOP when
you are finished. The message will be played
back.
Answering machine
Forwarding messages
c Follow the process described above from
paragraph 7.
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Answering machine
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Internal memo
You can record a personal message with this
function. Messages can be heard on the fax
machine itself or by remote control from a telephone. Briefly press REC twice and wait for the
confirmation tone. Record the desired message.
A black bar on the display indicates the remaining
recording time. To end recording press STOP.
Internal memos can be played back and deleted
like any other message.
Remote control on the
fax machine
You can also control the answering machine
functions on your fax from any telephone using
tone dialling. Before you can use remote control
you have to enter an access code in function 52
(this code will also be used for function 55 Forwarding).
Preparing your fax machine for remote
access
1 Select M, 52 and OK.
3 Then you can enter commands as usual or
terminate the remote control by replacing the
handset.
Overview of commands
1 The message you are just listening to will be
repeated.
2 Your messages will be played back.
3 Move to the next message.
4 Record a new outgoing message. Press 4.
If you press 4 again after two confirmation
tones, you will hear a long confirmation tone.
Record the new outgoing message and finish
with 4.
5 The current outgoing message will be replayed.
6 The current message will be deleted. If you
press 6 after having listened to all messages,
all messages will be deleted.
In both cases you will hear a confirmation
tone after the first time you press the key.
Press 6 again within five seconds to execute
the deleting command.
2 Enter a four digit code.
7 Switch answering machine off.
3 Press OK. The code is now stored.
8 The current command will be interrupted.
Remote access of the answering
machine
9 Switch answering machine on.
1 If you want to listen to the messages recorded
from another telephone, call your fax machine
and wait for the answering machine to play
the message.
2 Enter the four-digit code. The outgoing message will be interrupted and you will hear a
confirmation tone. The new messages will be
played back. If no new messages have been
recorded, you will hear a second confirmation
tone.
You can control the answering machine functions
of your fax machine from your cordless handset.
Preparing the cordless handset for
remote access
1 Press /, until you get to option 6. Press
OK.
The following functions are available for you to
listen to your messages.
Overview of commands
1 The message you are just listening to will be
repeated.
2 Your messages will be played back.
3 Move to the next message.
6 The current message will be deleted. If you
press 6 after having listened to all messages,
all messages will be deleted.
In both cases you will hear a confirmation
tone after the first time you press the key.
Press 6 again within five seconds to execute
the deleting command.
8 The current command will be interrupted.
9 Switch answering machine on.
Answering machine
Remote control on the
cordless handset
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Cordless handset
Cordless
handset
Registering and deregistering a cordless handset of the original type
Registering a handset
The cordless handset that is supplied with your
fax machine is normally set up at the factory for
your fax machine and does not have to be registered. You can register up to six cordless handsets
to your fax machine. For optimum performance
of all the functions you should only register cordless handsets of the original type. Cordless handless of the original type can be ordered using the
enclosed order form or contacting the call centre
(see back of these user manual).
Please note that each additional cordless
handset must be GAP-compatible. Check
with your dealer.
Registering a cordless handset on more
than one fax machine
You can register a cordless handset on up to four
fax machines.
1 Register your cordless handset automatically
on the first fax machine, as described above.
2 On the second fax machine, press M, 71
and OK.
3 Use the numerical keypad to enter a four-digit
pin code, or press OK to accept the default
code 0000. The pin code may be identical
to the pin code on the first fax machine. Confirm with OK.
4 On the cordless handset press /, 51 and
select Custom. Confirm with OK.
5 Use / to select a free storage location and
confirm with OK.
6 Enter the same pin code that you set on the
second fax machine and confirm with OK. The
cordless handset is establishing a connection to
the fax machine; this may take a few moments.
1 On your fax machine, press M, 71 and
OK.
7 Use / to select the number you want to use
to register the cordless handset on the second
fax machine. This number appears on the display of the cordless handset when it is set to
the second fax machine. Confirm with OK.
2 Use the numerical keypad to enter a four-digit
pin code, or press OK to accept the default
code 0000.
8 Repeat steps 2 to 7 to register your cordless
handset to further fax machines (maximum
of four fax machines).
3 On the cordless handset press /, 51 and
select Auto. Confirm with OK. The cordless
handset is now automatically registered on the
fax machine and accepts the pin code from
the fax machine.
Priority
After the registration process the display shows
the number under which the cordless handset is
registered on the fax machine (for example 1).
With function 52 you can define the fax machine
via which you make phone calls if you have registered your cordless handset to more than one
fax machine. If you select the None option, the
cordless handset will automatically set itself to
the fax machine in range.
1 On the cordless handset, press / and
52.
Deregistering a handset
If you would like to deregister an additional cordless handset from your fax machine, the procedure is as follows:
1 On your fax machine, press M, 72 and
OK.
2 On the numeric keypad, enter the cordless
handset you want to deregister. Press OK.
Your fax machine will now release the connection
to the additional cordless handset.
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2 From the list of fax machines, select the one
to which you want to assign priority, or select
None.
3 Confirm with OK. Press C twice.
If the required language does not appear on
the display of your cordless handset, check
whether the cordless handset is registered
to the fax machine. Use function 11 to set
the display language on the fax machine (see
Basic settings / Display language).
Muting
If you have registered more than one cordless
handset on your fax machine you can make internal calls between two handsets.
If you are making a phone call and want to talk
to someone in the room without the person on
the other end hearing, you can mute the cordless handset. Press C during the phone call. This
switches off the microphone on the cordless
handset, and the person on the other end will
no longer be able to hear you. The loudspeaker
on the cordless handset remains on, however, so
you can still hear the other person. The total call
duration is shown on the display. Press C again
to carry on the call.
Press the number of the cordless handset you
wish to call (for example 2) and the ( button.
Press the ) button to end the call.
Press * and ( to call all the handsets registered
on your fax machine.
Forwarding
Forwarding to the fax machine
You can also mute your cordless handset entirely. If you press OK during a call, both the
microphone and the loudspeaker on the cordless
handset will be switched off. The , symbol on
the display will start to flash. Press OK again to
carry on the call.
To forward an external phone call from a cordless handset to the fax machine, press *0 and
) (in rapid succession).
Switching on and off
You can forward phone calls from a cordless
handset to the fax machine or to other cordless
handsets registered on the fax machine.
Forwarding to other cordless handsets
You can forward both internal and external
phone calls to another cordless handset.
1 Press OK, the number of the cordless handset you want (for example 2) and (.
2 You can now make an internal call. The external call is put on hold.
3 Press the disconnect button ) to transfer
the call.
Search function
This function helps you find cordless handsets
you have mislaid. Press { twice on the fax machine. All the cordless handsets registered on the
fax machine will then ring for about one minute.
To cancel the search function press the STOP
button on the fax machine or the ) button on
the cordless handset.
You can switch the cordless handset off to save
power. To switch the handset off hold down the
) button for at least three seconds. To switch
the handset back on again hold down the ( button for at least three seconds. If the handset is
switched off you will be able to receive incoming
calls only on the fax machine.
Cordless handset
Internal phone calls
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Hints and Tips
Hints and Tips
5 Close the panel so that it also clicks into
place.
Delivery service
You can order ink films and cleaning accessories
at your local dealer or directly.
Paper jam
1 The display shows Paper jam.
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
6 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
Document jam
1 Open the paper feed flap and carefully pull
out the paper. Close the flap again.
3 Carefully remove the paper.
4 Turn small roll forward to tension the ink film.
Make sure that the ink film is not creased.
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
3 Open the scanner cover by pressing the two
lugs in. The cover will open downwards.
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The following codes are at your disposal:
Code No. 7117
This code erases all your modifications to the factory settings. The fax machine will therefore react
in exactly the same way as on first installation.
Code No. 7140
5 Close the scanner cover on the left and right,
making sure it clicks into place.
This code deletes all the settings and data you
have entered on your fax machine with the exception of the following:
• received fax messages
• stored SMS messages
• stored telephone book numbers
• your name
• your telephone number
Example for using a service code:
6 Close the panel so that it also clicks into
place.
1 Select function 45 by pressing M, 45 and
OK on the fax machine. Enter the service
code (7117 or 7140). Press OK.
2 With u you can select whether you really
want to delete your settings. Confirm with
OK. Your fax machine will be reset to its
original configuration.
Care
7 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
Service code
Function 45 Service code is used to delete some
or all of the settings you have changed on the fax
machine since it was supplied from the factory.
This function enables you to partially or fully
reconfigure your device. It is especially helpful if
you have modified settings but find that your fax
machine does not respond as expected.
Before opening the fax machine, make sure that
you are electrically discharged by e. g. touching
the metal housing of a grounded appliance, a
water pipe or radiator.
Use a soft, fluff-free cloth. You can also use a special
cloth for cleaning fax machines (see Delivery Service). Never use liquid or gaseous cleaning agents
(sprays, scouring agents, polishes etc.). Do not
allow any moisture to penetrate inside the device.
Hints and Tips
4 Carefully remove the document either from
the front or the back.
Clean the scanner glass
1 Open the paper feed flap and carefully pull
out the paper. Close the flap again.
v Only use this function when absolutely
necessary!
If you are satisfied with your changes to the factory settings you should not use this function.
After deleting some or all of your custom settings
please rerun Easy Install.
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Hints and Tips
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
7 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
Cleaning the document feed roller
… when a black stripe appears at the top of a
copy.
… when two pages are printed out when copying
or sending a single page or when the recipient
receives two pages.
3 Open the scanner cover by pressing the two
lugs in. The cover will open downwards.
1 Open the machine and the scanner cover (see
Care). Clean the feed roller (A) and the rubber
opposing element on the underside (B) with
a soft, lint-free cloth moistened with cleaning
alcohol (96 percent). Turn the feed roller with
a slight upward pressure. You must clean the
entire roller.
4 Use a soft cloth to gently wipe the scanner
glass on the top (A) and the white strips on
the bottom (B).
2 With a Fax-Cleaner: Place the fax cleaner page
into the document feeder and wait until the
page is pulled in. Press STOP. The page is
ejected. Repeat this process at least once. The
fax cleaner is available through our call centre
(see Delivery service).
5 Close the scanner cover on the left and right,
making sure it clicks into place.
3 Close the scanner cover on the left and right,
making sure it clicks into place. Close the
panel so that it also clicks into place.
Troubleshooting
If you cannot fix the problem based on the instructions below, you should proceed as follows:
1 Disconnect the mains.
2 Wait at least ten seconds and reconnect.
6 Close the panel so that it also clicks into place.
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3 If the fault reoccurs, please contact your customer information centre. The number is on
the back of this manual.
Change the resolution setting to FINE or
PHOTO.
Check the document or set a higher contrast with
function 47 (see chapter Fax & Copy / Contrast).
Test the fax machine by making a copy. If your
copy is faultless the correspondent’s fax machine
might be defective.
Call service if necessary.
Your fax or your recipient’s fax machine produces Clean the scanner with a cloth (see Care).
black lines when printing.
Test the fax machine by making a copy. If your
copy is faultless the correspondent’s fax machine
might be defective.
Call service if necessary.
Copy is blank.
Load the document with the printed side up.
Call service if necessary.
Problems with the connection
Your fax machine rings once, then there is a mo- This is entirely normal. After the first ring signal
ment of silence and another ring signal after that. the fax machine takes over the call. When the fax
machine has recognised that the incoming call is
a telephone correspondence, the fax machine will
continue to ring.
Try later or draw your fax partner’s attention to a
NO CONNECTION
possible installation fault.
or REDIAL FAILED
Check the installation of your fax machine.
NO LOOP CURRENT
When you lift the cordless handset you do not Connect your telephone cable to the socket on
hear the dial tone.
your fax machine identified with LINE.
BUSY
Try to send the fax manually: Press DIAL/z
and dial the fax number. If the recipient is usor
ing an automatic answering device, wait until you
fax transmissions are constantly interrupted.
hear a tone after the pre-recorded message. Press
START/COPY.
You cannot receive any faxes.
Set the number of ringing signals for the answering machine or the total number of ringing signals
with function 31 or 32 to lower than five.
On lifting the cordless handset you hear a tone or You are receiving a fax. At the fax machine: Press
silence.
START/COPY. At an additional telephone:
press * and 5. Replace the handset.
This is not a fault. You are now using an addiEXTERNAL PHONE
tional telephone.
The red lamp v flashes.
Hints and Tips
Problems when faxing or printing
Faxes are of poor quality.
Problems with the cordless handset
There is no dial tone on the cordless handset.
Place the cordless handset on the base station and
wait at least 12 hours until the batteries are fully
recharged.
You cannot hear a dial tone even though the cord- Get closer to the fax machine so you are within
less handset has been recharging on the base sta- the maximum range.
tion for more than 12 hours.
Please contact your dealer for new batteries of the
type AAA.
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Appendix
Appendix
Functions
To print a list of functions, press once M and
twice OK.
Setup
11 Set language.................................................... 14
(select the language of the display text)
12 Set time/date.................................................. 14
(setting time and date)
Others
44 Dialling list ..................................................... 18
(print out of stored names and numbers)
45 Service code .............................................28, 36
(disable SMS reception)
(deleting personal settings)
46 Group........................................................19, 23
(saving different phone numbers as a group)
47 Set contrast..................................................... 23
(setting of contrast for copy / fax transmission)
13 Your telephone number ............................... 14
(enter your telephone number)
Answering machine
14 Your name ...................................................... 14
(enter your name)
51 Recording time............................................... 29
(setting for recording duration of calls)
15 Line type ......................................................... 13
(setting the private branch exchange)
52 Access code.................................................... 31
(setting the code for the remote control of
the answering machine and for message
forwarding)
Fax
21 Transmission speed/overseas function .... 24
(setting for half-speed transmission)
22 Polled reception............................................. 24
(you can call up fax messages)
23 Polling send .................................................... 24
(your fax message can be fetched)
24 Send later ........................................................ 25
(faxes will be sent later)
25 Broadcast ........................................................ 23
(same fax will be sent to more than one party)
27 Fax journal...................................................... 24
(log of the last ten fax documents received
and sent)
28 Transmission report...................................... 23
(automatic print out of transmission protocols)
29 Size compression........................................... 24
(size compression of received fax messages)
Fax switch
53 VIP code......................................................... 30
(authorised callers can override the answering
machine)
54 Memo mode................................................... 30
(message for the caller without the possibility
to leave a message)
55 Forwarding ..................................................... 30
(messages forwarded to another telephone
number)
SMS (with SMS functionality)
61 Send SMS........................................................ 27
(sending SMS messages)
62 View SMS ....................................................... 26
(reading SMS messages)
63 Print SMS ....................................................... 27
(printing SMS messages)
64 SMS-settings................................................... 26
(setting the basic SMS functions)
(disable SMS printing)
31 Day .................................................................. 16
(setting the DAY operating mode S)
DECT
32 Night ............................................................... 16
(setting the NIGHT operating mode M)
71 Register ........................................................... 33
(registering a cordless handset)
33 Timer............................................................... 16
(setting the TIMER operating mode U)
72 Deregister ....................................................... 33
(deregistering a cordless handset)
34 Easylink........................................................... 20
(codes for use with additional telephones)
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35 Ringer types.................................................... 14
(selection between ten ringer types)
Compatibility
Connection type
ITU Group 3
outside line (PSTN)
Flash times
extension (PABX)
outside line (PSTN):
100 ms
Document size
width:
length:
thickness:
Printing paper:
Largest scanning
width
Resolution horizontal
Resolution vertical
PHOTO mode
Contrast control
Copying
Data compression
Modulation
Transmission speeds
SMS storage capacity
Noise level
Printing method
Document feed
extension (PABX):
100 ms
single sheet:
148–217 mm
several sheets
148–217 mm
single sheet:
148–600 mm
several sheets:
148–600 mm
single sheet:
0,06–0,15 mm
several sheets:
0,08–0,12 mm
A4 210 × 297 mm,
80 g/m2
216 ± 1 mm
8 points/mm (200 dpi)
standard 3.85 lines/mm
FINE 7.7 lines/mm
16 grey tones
64 grey tones (devices
with built-in answering
machine)
automatic and manual
FINE/PHOTO
MH, MR
V29bis, V27ter, V21
9600/7200/4800/
2400 bps (without builtin answering machine)
Fax switch
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER
318 × 202 × 146 mm
without paper tray
about 2 kg
stand by: about 2,4 W
telephoning: about 4 W
sending a standard
letter < 20 W
Power supply
Speech recording
time
Cordless handset
receiving a standard
letter < 30 W
220–240 V / 50–60 Hz
up to 30 Minuten (with
built-in answering
machine)
max. range: 300 m
max. talk time: 12 hours
Allowed operating
environment
Recommended
operating
environment in use
Recommended
operating
environment in
unplugged status
(ready for operation
with loaded ink film
and paper)
Interference
suppression
max. standby time:
150 hours
temperature: 5–40 °C,
relative humidity:
15–85 % RH not
condensing
temperature: 17–28 °C,
relative humidity:
20–80 % RH, not
condensing
temperature: 0–45 °C,
relative humidity:
15–85 % RH not
condensing
Appendix
Technical data
emission corresponding
to EN 55022/VDE
0878 Part 1 Class B
SLEREXE-Letter
14k4 bps (with built-in
answering machine)
30 received messages
on standby: < 30 dBA
copying: < 53 dBA
ink film printer
up to 10 letters
(80 g/m2)
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Appendix
Guarantee
B Exclusions From Guarantee
ATTENTION!
SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH shall
have no liability under the guarantee in respect
of:
(UK Terms and Conditions)
SAGEM SA is the European Number 1 in fax
and offers a complete range of fax terminals
with Internet access and SMS function, multifunctional terminals and servers covering the
needs of all its customers—from home-users to
multinational organisations.
In order to apply the guarantee, you should
contact your dealer. Proof of purchase will be
required. Should malfunctioning arise, the dealer
will advise you what to do.
If you bought your equipment from SAGEM
Communication Austria GmbH directly, the following shall apply:
A SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH undertakes to remedy by repair, free of charge for
labour and replacement parts, any defects in the
equipment during a period of twelve (12) months
from the date of original delivery of the Equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty
workmanship.
During this twelve month guarantee period, the
defective equipment will be repaired free of
charge; the customer must however return the
defective equipment at his/her own expense,
to the address given by SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH After Sales Department, the
phone number of which can be found on the
delivery slip. Unless the customer has concluded
with SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH a
maintenance contract in respect of the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be
carried out at the customer’s premises, the repairs
will not be carried out on the equipment at the
customer’s premises.
The following sentence applies to purchases of
equipment for the customer’s trade, business or
profession. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Document and to the extent permitted by law, SAGEM Communication Austria
GmbH makes no representations or warranties,
express or implied, statutory or otherwise, and to
such extent, all terms and conditions implied by
law are hereby excluded.
This guarantee does not affect the Customer’s
statutory rights.
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• damage, defects breakdown or malfunction
due to:
- failure to properly follow the installation
process and instructions for use; or
- an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to, lightening, fire, shock
or water damage of any nature); or
- modifications made without the written approval of SAGEM Communication Austria
GmbH; or
- a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate maintenance; or
- unsuitable operating conditions, particularly
of temperature and humidity; or
- repair or maintenance of the equipment by
persons not authorised by SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH; or
• wear and tear from normal daily use of the
equipment and its accessories
• damage due to insufficient or bad packaging
of equipment when returned to SAGEM
Communication Austria GmbH
• supply of new versions of software
• work on any equipment or software modified
or added without the prior written consent of
SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH
• malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from software installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment,
• communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including:
- problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet such as interruptions by
access networks or malfunction of the line
used by the subscriber or his correspondent
- transmission faults (for example poor geographical coverage by radio transmitters, interference or poor line quality)
- the local network fault (wiring, servers,
workstations) or the failure of the transmission network
C In the cases set forth in § B as well as after
expiry of the twelve month guarantee period,
the customer must ask SAGEM Communication
Austria GmbH for an estimate, and he/she must
accept the estimate and agree to pay the charges
mentioned in it before returning the equipment
to SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH. The
repair and delivery costs will be invoiced to the
customer.
The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed
in writing with the customer and only for the UK.
If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to
be in whole or in part invalid or illegal due to an
obligatory rule applicable to consumers pursuant
to their national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or affect the remaining
provisions or parts of this guarantee.
Please note that only SAGEM ink films should
be used. Your SAGEM guarantee does not cover
damage to your fax machine that may be caused
by the use of any other ink films.
Appendix
• the normal servicing (as defined in the user
guide supplied with the equipment) as well
as malfunctioning due to servicing not being
carried out, servicing costs are in any event
always borne by the customer.
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42
Appendix
43
Appendix
44
Appendix
A
Activate answering
machine 28
Additional devices 11
Answering machine 28
Deleting messages
28
Display symbol
cordless handset 4
Display symbol fax
machine 2
Duration of recording 28
Economy operating
mode 16
Forwarding messages 29
Hands-free operation 18
Listening to messages 28
Memo 29
Play back volume
28
Recording a conversation 29
Recording a message 28
Remote control on
the cordless handset
31
Remote control on
the fax machine 30
Switching on and
off 28
VIP code 29
Appendix 38
Functionlist 38
Guarantee 40
Technical data 39
B
Basic settings 13
Correction 13
Display language
14
Function list 13
Help function 13
Name 13
Number 13
Ringer volume 14
Ring signal type 14
Speaker volume 14
Time and date 13
Broadcast 22
C
Calling line identification 18
Care 35
Clean the scanner glass
36
Code
Polling 23
Service Codes 35
To forward messages 29
VIP 29
Connection 7
Additional devices
11
Cordless handset 7
ISDN 12
Power supply 8
Private branch
exchange 12
Problems with the
connection 37
Telephone socket 7
Contrast 22
Copy 24
Cordless handset 32
Connection 7
Deregistering a
handset 32
Display language
14, 32
Display symbols 4
Easylink 19
Forwarding 33
Internal phone calls
33
Key assignment 4
Muting 33
Priority 32
Problems 37
Registering and
reregistering a cordless handset of the
original type 32
Registering a cordless handset on
more than one fax
machine 32
Registering a handset 32
Remote control 31
Ringer volume 14
Ring signal type 14
Search function 33
Speaker volume 14
Switching on and
off 33
Correct
Telephone book entry on the cordless
handset 18
Telephone book
entry on the fax
machine 17
Creating groups 18
C key
For the cordless
handset 4
For the fax machine
3
D
Day 15
Display symbol 2
Key assignment 3
Deactivate answering
machine 28
Delete
Answering machine
messages 28
Entry from a group
18
SMS messages 26
Telephone book entry on the cordless
handset 18
Telephone book
entry on the fax
machine 17
Delivery service 34
Deregistering a handset 32
Disable
SMS printing 25
SMS reception 27
Display
Language for the
cordless handset 14
Language for the
fax machine 14
Symbols for the
cordless handset 4
Symbols for the fax
machine 2
Display language
Cordless handset
32
Document
Broadcast 22
Copy 24
Document jam 34
Feeding in 21
Polled reception 23
Send later 24
Technical data 39
Duration of recording 28
E
Easylink 19
Easy Install 12
Economy operating
mode 16
Entry
Delete group entry
18
For the telephone
book on the cordless handset 18
For the telephone
book on the fax
machine 17
Error report 23
External memo 29
F
Fax 21
Broadcast 22
Contrast 22
Copy 24
Fax journal 23
Fax reception 21
Feeding documents
in 21
Function list 38
Image quality 22
Manual fax reception 16
Polled reception 23
Problems when faxing 37
Sending faxes 21
Send later 24
Silent fax reception 15
Size compression
23
Transmission and
error reports 23
Transmission speed
23
Fax switch 15
Function list 38
Set day/night mode
15
Special settings 15
Timer 15
Feeding documents
in 21
Fine mode
Copy 24
Display symbol 2
Image quality 22
Technical data 39
Flash times 39
Appendix
Index
45
Appendix
Forwarding
Forwarding to other
cordless handsets
33
Forwarding to the
fax machine 33
Forwarding messages
29
Function list 38
Printout 13, 38
G
Group 18
Broadcasting to a
group 22
Guarantee 40
H
Hands-free 18
Key 3
Help
Easy Install 12
Function 13
Key 3
Hints and tips 34
Care 35
Delivery service 34
Document jam 34
Paper jam 34
Register and
deregister cordless
handsets 35
Service code 35
Troubleshooting 36
I
Image quality 22
Ink film
Display symbol 2
Load 9
Remove 8
Installation 7
Additional devices
11
Connection 7
Easy Install 12
Ink film 8
ISDN connection
12
Loading paper 9
Packaging 7
Private branch
exchange 12
Removing paper 11
Internal memo 30
ISDN connection 12
J
Jam
Document jam 34
Paper jam 34
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K
P
Key assignment
For the cordless
handset 4
For the fax machine
3
Packaging 7
Paper
Fax reception without paper 22
Load 9
Paper jam 34
Remove 11
Technical data 39
Photo mode
Copy 24
Display symbol 2
Image quality 22
Technical data 39
Play back volume 28
Play key 3
Polling
Polled reception 23
Quick polling 23
Send 23
With code 23
Power supply 8
Technical data 39
Printout
Easy Install 12
Fax journal 23
Function list 13
Help page 13
List of numbers 17
Problems 37
SMS messages 26
Transmission and
error report 23
Private branch exchange 12
Problems 37
L
Language 14
Listening to messages
28
List of numbers 17
Load
Ink film 9
Paper 9
M
Making a call 17
Manual fax reception
16
Memo 29
External memo 29
Internal memo 30
Memory
Deleting SMS messages 26
Display symbol 2
Fax reception without paper 22
Menu functions on the
cordless handset 4
Menu key 3
N
Name
Correction 13
Enter your name
13
Night 15
Display symbol 2
Key assignment 3
Number
Correction 13
Enter your number
13
List of numbers 17
O
OK key
For the cordless
handset 4
For the fax machine
3
On/Off key 3
Q
Quick polling 23
R
Reading SMS messages
25
Receive faxes 21
On an extension
phone 21
Without paper 22
Recording
Conversation 29
Duration 28
Message 28
Rec key 3
Redial 17
Key for the cordless
handset 4
Key for the fax
machine 3
Red lamp 3
Registering and
reregistering a cordless
handset of the original
type 32
Registering a cordless
handset on more than
one fax machine 32
Registering a handset
32
Registering cordless
handsets 35
Remote control
On the cordless
handset 31
On the fax machine
30
Remove
Ink film 8
Paper 11
Resolution
Display symbols 2
Image quality 22
Technical data 39
Ringer Volume
For the cordless
handset 14
For the fax machine
14
Ring signal type
For the cordless
handset 14
For the fax machine
14
R key 3
S
Searching groups 18
Send
Fax 21
Later 24
SMS messages 26
Service code 35
Set day/night mode 15
Silent
Fax reception 15
Operation 15
Size compression 23
SMS 25
Deleting 26
Disable printing 25
Disable reception
27
Display symbol 2
Key 3
Other SMS functions 26
Printing 26
Reading 25
Sending 26
Settings 25
T
Technical data 39
Telephone 17
Calling line identification 18
Easylink 19
Group 18
Hands-free operation 18
Making a call 17
Redial 17
Telephone book on
the cordless handset
18
Telephone book on
the fax machine 17
Telephone book
Key for the cordless
handset 4
Key for the fax
machine 3
On the cordless
handset 18
On the fax machine
17
Telephone socket
Fax machine 7
Timer 15
Display symbol 2
Key assignment 3
Time and date 13
Tips and hints 34
Care 35
Delivery service 34
Document jam 34
Paper jam 34
Service code 35
Troubleshooting 36
Transmission
Report 23
Speed 23
Troubleshooting 36
U
Use
Telephone book entry on the cordless
handset 18
Telephone book on
the fax machine 17
V
VIP code 29
Volume
Of play back messages 28
Of the ring signal
14
Of the speaker 14
Appendix
Speaker volume
For the cordless
handset 14
For the fax machine
14
Special fax switch settings 15
Start key 3
Stop key 3
Store
Telephone book entry on the cordless
handset 18
Telephone book
entry on the fax
machine 17
Switching answering
machine on and off 28
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Hereby, SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH,
declares that this SPFX XX is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
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This product is intended for use on an analogue public
switched network (PSTN) and for use in the country indicated on the label of the box. The usage in other countries could cause malfunction.
For further information please contact your national
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