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Answering Machine Interface
Full Featured Telephone
with Speakerphone
CONTENTS
1.
PRECAUTIONS
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1. PRECAUTIONS
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Do not attempt
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any maintenance
or troubleshooting
other than mentioned
1-1 Power and Grounding
Read the “Important Safety Instructions”
manual before proceeding.
Pay attention
at the front of this
to the following.
120 ~ 15 Vac, 60 Hz.
Power requirement:
Insert the power plug securely into the wall socket.
Do not comect other equipment to the same socket.
Do not step on or set anything on the power cord.
Do not connect other equipment to the same extension cord.
Be sure that the power cord is not in a position where it would trip
someone.
7. Grounding
Proper grounding is to the ground terminal of the power outlet.
Be sure that the ground terminal of the power outlet is properly
grounded.
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The lightning protection circuit for the machine requires the machine
If proper grounding is provided, about 90%
to be properly grounded.
of lightning damage can be prevented.
For safety, be sure to connect
the machine to a three-morw wounded outlet.
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1. PRECAUTIONS
1-2 Cold Weather Power-up
Avoid raising the room temperature
abruptly when it is below 40 C
[39 ‘F], or condensation may form inside
the machine.
1. Raise the room temperature to 200 C
[ (i&F] at less than 100 C [18°F] per
hour.
2. Wait for 30 to 60 minutes.
3. Turn the power on.
Do not use the machine near a humidifier.
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1-3 Thunderstorms
With proper grounding, about 90% of
lightning damage can be prevented.
However, if possible, during severe
electrical storms turn the power switch
off and disconnect the power cord and
telephone line cord.
1-4 Copy Paper
FAX PAPER TYPE 30 AS (98 ft.)
is recommended.
Thermal paper is
discolored by heat or chemicals.
Handle with the following precautions.
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Unused
paper
1) Store in a dry, cool, dark place.
2) Do not use adhesive or writing materials containing alcohol or other
organic solvents.
3) Avoid contact with films or adhesive tapes containing plasticizers.
4) Avoid contact with diazo photosensitive paper.
5) When a copy gets wet, dry it by pressing gently with soft cloth or
tissue.
6) Do not scratch or rub with hard materials.
7) Do not copy with a mercury lamp diazo copier.
8) Make a photocopy if the information is to be kept for a long time.
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THERMAL
PAPER
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3. ACCESSORIES
3-1 List of Contents
1) Facsimile
Unit
7) Line Cord
( Short)
Tray Set
8) Line Cord
( Long)
3) Thermal
Paper Tray
9) Operator’s
Manual
4) Handset
Cradle
2) Document
Set
5) Handset
10) Quick Dial Label
(Please attach under the Quick Dial Keys)
11) Response Card
6) Coil Cord
12) Thermal
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3. ACCESSORIES
3-2 Installation
Requirements
Lucation
Now, you have to choose a suitable location for the machine.
For the best possible performance, install your machine in a place
which satisfies the following conditions.
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Away from areas containing corrosive gas.
● Dust-free.
● Condensation-free.
.Temperature
5°C/410F
to 35° C/ 950F.
● Humidity
40 to 70 % RH (do not install near a humidifier).
● Away from heaters
and air conditioners, to avoid sudden changes of
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Within 5 yards of a three-pin
grcnmded power outlet
(120 Volts, 60 Hz).
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3. ACCESSORIES
3-3 Assembly
3-3-1 Install the thermal paper
1. Press the release button,
open the top cover.
See Figure 1.
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2. Remove the protective sheet of
paper from inside the machine.
See Figure 2.
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3. Set the thermal paper in the
machine with the leading edge
feeding from the top of the
roll and to the rear of the
machine.
See Figure 3.
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4. Pull out the leading edge about
15 cm [6 inch ] and insert it under
the guide plate (which is labeled
in green) to the rear of the platen
roller.
See Figure 4.
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5. Close the top cover.
A paper cycle is made automatically.
NOTE:
If there is no paper cycle, check that the roll is installed correctly.
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3-3-2 Assemble the trays
1. Thermal
Paper Tray:
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thermal paper holder.
*The tray will position
paper tray into the slots in the
itself at a 45 °angle.
2. Document Tray:
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the facsimile.
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tray support.
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onto the braces of
tray and let it rest on the
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ACCESSORIES
Ringer and speaker volume controls.
The ringer volume and speaker-phone
controls on the side of machine.
volume may be adjusted
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ACCESSORIES
3-3-4 Connect the power cord and the telephone line – Refer to section 1-1
● Connecting
the power cord
Make sure that the power switch on the rear of the machine is turned
off, then connect the power cord to an AC wall outlet as shown below.
NOTE
1. Avoid using the same AC wall outlet for this unit and other
Use a dedicated three pin grounded wall outlet,
equipment.
2. Avoid comecting
facsimile
the same line for this unit and another telephone
unit. However,
the rear of the
you can connect
an another telephone
or
set to
machine.
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CONNECT THE SHORT LINE
CORD TO THE BACK OF
THE BASE OF lHE TELEPHONE
AND TO THE PHONE JACK
POWER SWITCH
CONNECT THE LONG MODUIJ4R
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LINE JACK
AND THE OTHER END TO A STANDAR[
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Function
1. LCD:
Displays the current time, operation
operation guides, etc.
2. FUNCHON
key:
Press to enter the programming
3. QUICK DIAL keys:
(1 to 8)
Use to input a single phone
4. F~IJAUTO
For telephone
selection.
key:
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mode, messages,
mode.
number
with one touch.
mode, fax mode, or auto mode
* TEL: When in Tel mode you will only be able to receive telephone calls.
However, when an answering machine is hooked up to your machine, the
remote facsimile can leave a message and send a fax by pressing #, 2.
* FAX Mode - Your machine will receive fax transmissions automatically
when in this mode. However, if you would like to use the telephone to
receive calls increase the ring number setting. (See Page 30)
* Auto Mode - When in this mode, your fax messages will be received
automatically.
However, if your machine detects an incoming telephone
call, it will emit a 14 second alarm tone so that you can answer
the telephone.
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7. DETAIL
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REQUEST
key:
10. PAUSE/REDIAL
When entering a telephone number, press this
key when you need to enter a pause. Also, press
this key when you want to redial the last number
that was dialed.
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12. HOLD
key:
13. Numerical
key:
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4. STOP key:
15. START/COPY
During communication, press this key to request
voice contact with the other terminal’s operator
after communication.
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Press this key to place the other
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These keys are used to dial or enter a telephone
number , or a speed dial code.
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Stops the operation
standby.
key:
function.
and returns
the machine
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Use this key to start transmitting, receiving,
copying, or when confirming a function mode
setting.
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Before transmitting,
requirements.
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Width
148 mm
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105 mm
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23.6 inch]
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is too long, divide it into two or more sheets.
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OPERATION
6-1 Basic Transmission
Before transmission, refer to page 31 to program your line type (i.e. Pulse
or Tone) and page 32 to program your transmission terminal identification.
– Preparation
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1. Make sure that the machine is in stand-by
status (the machine can be in FAX, TEL
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or AUTO mode).
2. Carefully place the document(s) into the feeder face down along the
guide.
● Do not insert more than 10 pages at once.
● Loosen
any pages stuck together.
● Align the leading edges.
● Adjust
the guide to the document width.
● Transmit
sheets of different width separately.
NOTE:
1. Refer to page 12 and 13 to make sure that your document
2. Documents
is suitable for use.
may also be fed in manually, one at a time.
During transmission,
the next sheet must be placed
in the feeder.
3. You can select “DETAIL”,
“HALITONE”,
and
“DARKEN” modes for transmission if necessary.
Press the “DETAIL”, “HALITONE”,
and “DARKEN” keys to have
the “DETAIL”, “HALFI’ONE”,
and “DARKEN” indicators turn on.
Detail:
Documents with small print or fine details.
Halftone:
Documents containing photographs; transmission will be
slower.
Use the “Detail” setting with Halftone for best reproduction.
Darken:
Use the DARKEN key for documents with faint characters.
4. If you are in doubt as to the suitability of the settings:
1. Press the START/COPY
key to make a copy.
2. Check the copy quality and change the settings if necessary.
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OPERATION
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The display should now be as shown on the right.
DARKEN, HALFI’ONE and DETAIL will show
in the display if selected.
1. Enter the phone number
using either a:
. Quick Dial key
● Speed dial code
(from
● Full telephone
number
Only one destination can
To correct any mistakes,
Quick Dial
of the remote
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terminal
01 to 20)
(keypad on panel)
be entered.
press the STOP key.
key:
1) Press the desired QUICK DIAL key (e.g., Ol)J__––
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2) Then press the “START/COPY”
keyed-in number is correct.
The message will now be transmitted.
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1) Press
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2) Then enter the required two-digit speed-dial
code (e.g., 13) at the numerical keypad.
Refer to page 41 for details on how to store
Speed Dial numbers.
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3) Then press the “START/COPY”
keyed-in number is correct.
The message will now be transmitted.
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Full Telephone
OPERATION
Number at the Keypad:
1) Enter the remote terminal telephone number
(e.g., 5551212 ) on the operation panel while
keeping the handset on-hook.
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key if the
keyed-in number is correct.
The message will now be transmitted.
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1)
Number at the External Telephone:
Dial the remote terminal telephone number
(e.g., 5551212 ) on the external telephone.
2) Then press the “START/COPY”
key when
you hear a high-pitched tone.
The message will now be transmitted.
NOTES:
1. If you dialed the wrong number, press the “STOP”
operation
and restore the machine to stand-by mode.
2. If an error happens
during transmission,
the LCD
will display the error code as shown on the right.
IUI(INMI”
key to cancel the
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6. ROUTINE
OPERATION
Notes Concerning Transmission:
●
Transmission
during telephone conversation
1) During telephone conversation, using
the built-in handset, the display is as
shown on the right, showing the length
of the conversation.
2) Now insert your document
3) Then
Make
Start
Hang
tone.
press the
sure that
after you
up when
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into the feeder.
“START/COPY”
key.
the other party presses
press START/COPY.
you hear a high-pitched
555
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(Called
party sends CSI)
4) The message will now be transmitted.
5) When communication
is finished,
will be restored automatically.
●
standby mode
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Auto-redial:
If the line is busy or contact is impossible, the number is automatically
redialed up to 10 times at intervals of about 3 minutes.
To cancel redialing, remove the document from the feeder as explained
in section 10-1.
NOTE:
YOU
●
can redial immediately
by pressing
PAUSE/REDIAL
if required,
Error Report
If transmission fails, an Error Report will be printed.
Keep this, it may help the service technician.
Error codes are explained on pagq 47.
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OPERATION
6-2 Reception
– Automatic Reception
–
This machine will receive documents unattended if
a) The power switch is on.
b) The FAX/I’EIJAUTO
setting is at AUTO or FAX
–
mode.
Manual Reception
–
When the machine is in the “TEL” (manual) mode, reception
accomplished by one of the following procedures:
can be
1. - Phone rings.
Pick up the handset.
Establish voice contact with the calling side.
When the calling side is ready to transmit to you, remove any
documents from the document feeder and press the “START/COPY”
key. (The calling party should press their “START/COPY”
key after
hearing the high pitched tones from your machine.)
Reception will begin.
Hang up the handset.
2. - Phone rings.
Pick up the handset.
A short tone can be heard every 3 to 5 seconds.
(This indicates that a facsimile terminal is calling.)
Remove any documents from the document feeder.
Then press the START/COPY
key.
Reception will begin.
Hang up the handset.
If you share the fax line with a telephone and if you receive a lot of
telephone calls on that line, you should switch the machine to TEL mode,
or enter a high value for the ring number (see page 30).
If you switch to AUTO mode or FAX mode, you will not be able to
answer telephone calls unless you have entered a high value for the
ring number.
NOTE:
1. If a message
comes in while you are making a copy, press the STOP key ,
remove the documents
from the feeder,
then press
the START/COPY
key
to receive the message.
2. If reception
fails, an Error Report will be printed. Keep this; it may help
the service technician.
Error codes
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are explained
on page 47.
6. ROUTINE
OPERATION
Receiving during telephone conversation
During telephone conversation, just press
if you want to receive the document.
the “START/COPY”
key
– Procedure –
1. During telephone conversation,
the LCD will be as shown on the right.
FAX
0021
2. Remove
feeder.
any document
from the document
3. Press the “START/COPY”
key and wait
for the document . (The other party must press the START
their end.)
Then hang up the handset.
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4. After receiving is completed,
the LCD will return to standby mode.
6-3 Ringing Telephone
– Single Ring –
and Buzzers
A message is coming in. It will be received automatically
(if your machine is in FAX or AUTO mode).
Do not pick up the handset or the telephone.
– Continuous
Ringing –
If TEL mode is not indicated, and the ring number (see page 30)
has expired, either:
1) Power is switched off (the external telephone will ring).
2) The other party requires voice contact.
(The internal buzzer will sound)
Pick up the handset, and speak.
Refer to “VOICE REQUEST” on page 26.
If TEL mode is indicated:
A message is coming in.
● Pick up the handset
and speak to the caller.
NOTE:
If the calling terminal is in
automatic
dialing mode,
you will not be able to speak to the caller.
You will hear intermittent
Remove
Press
●
●
●
any document
the START/COPY
tones.
from the document
feeder.
key during the initial intermittent
tones.
Remove any document from the document feeder.
Press the START/COPY
key after speaking , to receive
the incoming messages.
When the line is connected, hang up.
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OPERATION
6-4 Replacing the Thermal Paper
1. Press the release
the top cover.
See Figure 4.
button,
and open
J
Figure 4
2. Take out the empty roll and install
a new one with the leading edge at
the top of the roll and facing the
rear of the machine.
See Figure 5.
Figure
5
klgure
b
3. Pull out the leading edge about 15 cm
[6 inch] and insert it under the guide
plate (which is labeled in green) to the
rear of the platen roller.
See Figure 6.
4. Close the top cover.
A paper cycle is made automatically.
NOTE
If there is no paper cycle, check that the roll is installed correctly.
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6. ROUTINE
OPERATION
6-5 Daily Care
If the room is cold, refer to “Cold Weather
before switching on.
1. Check the LCD.
the fault.
Power-Up”
If there is any error code displayed,
on page 2
correct
2. Place a document in the feeder and press the START/COPY
Check that the copy quality is, satisfactory.
key.
3. Open the printer and remove the roll.
Gently wipe the thermal head and the guide plate with a clean soft
cloth moistened with alcohol.
NOTE:
Do not use water
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Thermal
Head
—
—
4. Clean the machine’s exterior with a clean soft dry cloth.
Do not use a cleaning agent.
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FEATURES
7. SPECIAL
7-1 Polling
7-1-1 Polling Reception
This feature allows you to call a remote terminal and instruct it to
send you whatever documents it has stored in polling standby for you
to pick up.
NOTE: There must be a message on polling standby at the other end.
– Procedure
–
1) In standby
mode, the LCD will display:
FAX
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2) Press the FUNCHON
key, then press “ 1“ .
The LCD will display “POLLING”.
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3) Then dial the phone
reception.
number
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4) Press the START/COPY
key to instruct
the machine to start polling reception.
5) The LCD will return to standby mode
after finishing polling reception.
6) If you want to cancel Polling Reception,
press STOP key, and the machine will
return to standby mode.
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POLLING
for polling
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7. SPECIAL
FEATURES
Polling Transmission
This feature allows you to leave a document in the feeder for a remote
terminal to pick up. This will place your terminal in polling standby
mode. Reception can take place as normal in polling standby mode.
7-1-2
NOTE: Anyone
ean
poll your terminal, so do not use this feature
for sending confidential
—
Procedure
messages.
–
1) Place the documents
transmission.
into the feeder for Dollirw r–
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2) Press the FUNCT’ION key, then press “ l“.
The LCD will display “POLLING”.
3) Your terminal is now in polling standby mode.
When your terminal is polled, it will scan and
transmit the document.
7
FAX
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POLLING
POLLING
FAX
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4)
To cancel polling standby mode, press
STOP key.
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7. SPECIAL
FEATURES
If you want to have a voice communication
—
Procedure
during polling transmLwionJreception
–
1) Press the VOICE REQUEST
key during polling
transmission / reception.
VOICE REQUEST indicator will turn on.
The
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2) When polling transmission/ reception is finished,
POLLING
the machine will make a sound to announce a voice
[
request. (Bursts of short beeps will be heard
‘–
until you pick up the handset.)
FAX
3) Now pick up the handset
4) Replace
the handset
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and speak.
after speaking.
NOTE:
If your machine does not emit a tone, the remote terminal operator
to the phone.
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The line will be disconnected automatically.
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7.
SPECIAL
FEATURES
7-2 Send Later Transmission
This feature delays transmission until a time selected by the operator.
This feature can be used to take advantage of off-peak line charges.
The designated time must be within 24 hours of entry.
– Procedure –
1) Select the contrast and resolution.
Then press the FUNCT’ION key.
2) Press 2 at the keypad.
The LCD will be changed as shown on the
right. (DARKEN, HALFI’ONE and DETAIL
will only show up if selected.)
3) Place the document
4)
tiTER
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FAX
AM
—
1
into the feeder.
Enter the required transmission time.
Then press # to change from AM to PM,
or press ● to change from PM to AM.
For example: To set 8:25 PM, enter “0825
5) Then press
SEND
the VOICE
REQUEST
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SEND
LAYHT
Fm
08
-
25m
#“.
key.
SEND
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6)
Enter the desired destination fax number by Ex:
using a QUICK DIAL key, Speed Dial code, ~~~
or fu I telephone number at the keypad.
7) Press the START/COPY
key to confirm
time and telephone number setting.
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8) Press the STOP key if you want to return
to standby mode.
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–
Cancel
Send Later Transmission
–
1) Press the Stop key or tak~ out the document,
when you want to cancel the send later function.
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7-3 Voice Request
With this feature, you can speak with the remote terminal
after transmission or reception.
For Voice Request to be effective, both terminals must:
● Have a telephone
or handset connected.
● Have the voice request
function.
To talk with the remote terminal operator at the end of
communication,
do the following.
operator
If you are transmitting
1) Press
the VOICE
REQUEST
key during transmission.
2) When your machine sounds a tone after transmitting,
pick up the handset, then speak.
3) Replace
the handset
after speaking.
If you are receiving
1) Press
the VOICE
REQUEST
key during reception.
2) When your machine
pick up the handset
sounds a tone after receiving,
and speak.
3) Replace
after speaking.
the handset
NOTE:
1. If your machine
does not emit a tone, the remote terminal operator
not come to the phone. The line will disconnect
2. When you press the VOICE
lit.
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REQUEST
automatically.
key, the indicator will be
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FEATURES
SPECIAL
7.
7-4 Immediate
Redial
When the remote terminal is busy, the machine will automatically
redial after about 3 minutes. However, you can make an immediate
redial by pressing the PAUSE / REDIAL key. This function is also
available when the machine is in standby mode.
– Procedure
–
Either:
1) Keep the handset on-hook.
Then place the document into the feeder.
2) Press the
PAUSE/
3) Then press the
4) Redialing
REDIAL
key.
START/COPY
key.
starts immediately.
Or:
1) Pick up the handset.
2) Press the
PAUSE/REDIAL
key.
3) Then press the START/COPY
key
NOTE:
If the line is still busy, you can cancel any further redialing and
return
to standby mode by pressing
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the STOP
key.
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8. FUNCTIONS
AND
PROGRAMMING
This machine has a wide range of programmable ,functions. Study these
functions to get the most out of the machine. To program these hmctions
the machine must be in standby mode. If you want to return the machine
to standby mode at any time while programming, press the STOP key
or pick up the handset.
NOTE:
1. All programmed
items remain in memory even if you switch the power off.
2. All programmed
items have a time-out limit (1 minute).
If there is no key
input after 1 minute, the machine will return to standby mode.
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will
the
functions
be
using
various
these
features
keys to program
.
in the machine
are as follows:
Item
Description
F 01
PRINTING
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TCR
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F02
RING
F 03
TELEPHONE
NUMBER
SETTING
LINE TYPE
SE?TING
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F04
TELEPHONE
F 05
NAME/ LOGO
F06
DISABLE
NUMBER
SETTING
SETT’ING
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(CSI)
(Tll)
-1
T1’I FUNCTION
1------
PRINTING
F 08
CLOCK
F09
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SE’ITING
THE TELEPHONE
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LIST
-1
ADJUSTMENT
PRINTING
—
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THE FUNCI’ION
.—
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8-1 Printing
AND
PROGRAMMING
the TCR – F 01
This report gives details on each communication
made by your terminal.
It is automatically output every S0 communications.
However, you can
print a copy of this report by doing the following.
Format
of the
TCR
—
****** T C R ******
●
****************
●
**************** *****************
●MODE REMOTE TERMINAL I.D. START TIME
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1
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●
TIME
_______
PAGES
_______
08:18 AM
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STATUS
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●
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STOP
●
●
*
●
RX
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was
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G3D––
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— Procedure
–
*
STOP––
1) Press
“STOP” key was pressed while communication
in progress.
Protocol & Standard resolution.
Protocol & Detail resolution.
FUNCI’ION,
then press
“3”.
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2) Press the START/COPY
key.
The TCR Report will be printed.
3) After printing is finished,
the LCD will return to standby mode.
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is picked up or the STOP key is pressed
during printing.
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8. FUNCTIONS
8-2 Setting
AND
the Ring Number
PROGRAMMING
– F 02
This feature provides an alternative selection for the number of rings
that the machine emits before it automatically answers the line.
The programmable
ring number can be set from 1 to 9, depending
upon the user’s preference. A higher value gives the user a chance to
answer the phone personally, even if the machine is in Fax mode or
Auto mode. This setting does not affect the way that the machine
operates in TEL mode. In TEL mode, the machine never answers
the line automatically unless attached to an answering machine (see
page 42).
—
Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCI’ION, then press “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
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2) Press the DETAIL key once to access
F 02.
NOTE:
The LCD will show the current setting.
3) Enter the desired ring number.
(1 to 9)
For example:
5 rings.
Press “5” on the keypad.
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4) Then press the START / COPY key to
program in the setting and access F 03.
5) Press the STOP
standby mode.
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key if you wish to return
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FUNCTIONS
8.
AND
PROGRAMMING
8-3 Telephone Line Type Setting – F 03
This feature lets the user select the dialing mode of the operation
panel’s ten-key pad. The type of dialing used by the machine must
be the right type for your local telephone exchange, or your terminal
may not be able to place calls. There are two dialing modes: pulse
dialing, and tone dialing. The initial status on the LCD is “O O“ for
TONE mode. But you can enter “O 1“ to change to PULSE mode
from TONE mode.
—
Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCI’ION, then press “3”.
The LCD will display “ F 01”.
2) Press the DETAIL
F 03.
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key 2 times to access
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3) Enter “ 1“ to change to PULSE mode,
if it is necessary. Or, press ‘O’ to change
back to TONE mode.
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F03
00
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F03
01
FAX
4) Then press the START/ COPY key to
program in the setting and access F 04.
5) Press the STOP
standby mode.
key if you wish to return
[“
F04
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01
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NOTE:
If your machine cannot dial, change this setting.
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8. FUNCTIONS
8-4 TTI
– Transmission
AND
Terminal
PROGRAMMING
Identification
The TI’I consists of your fax machine’s telephone number (use F 04)
and the name of who you are as the sender (use F 05). When you send
a fax message, the machine at the other end prints your lTI at the top
of each page. The telephone
number (programmed with F 04) also
appears on the other terminal’s LCD during communication. When you
enter the TT’1, refer to the following table.
Character
Code
o
11
1
I
I
2
3
4
5
6
7
A
B
c
D
E
F
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
o
P
Q
R
s
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00
v
02
03
04
05
06
07
I 08
09
10
11
12
I1131
14
15
16
17
I 18
19
20
I 21
22
23
24
25
1 26
I 27
28
29
I 30
I
1
!
Code
31
I 32
u
1o11
9
space
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Character
T
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x
Y
z
a
b
c
d
e
f
I
II
I
m
I
I
m
i
i
i
k
1
m
n
o
a
I
I
50
I
[
P
a
r
s
1
1
!
I
I
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
I
t
,
I
u
v
w
x
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
I 61
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Character
I Code
+----+%
!
!1
#
$
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64
65
66
67
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
+
9
;
..
<
=
>
?
\
@
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85
86
87
88 _
89
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8. FUNCTIONS
AND
PROGRAMMING
8-4-1 Telephone Number Setting – F 04
This feature allows you to enter your own telephone number
as a means of communication
recognition. Another name for this
is CSI or Called Subscriber Identification. The maximum allowable
length is 20 characters. Any character entry over 20 will scroll to
the first character.
For example: to save 201
555
1234
Setting code
Character
Order of character
—
1st
2
01
02
2nd
02
00
0
3rd
1
03
01
4th
04
10
space
5th
5
05
05
6th
06
05
5
7th
07
05
5
8th
1
08
01
9th
2
09
02
10th
10
03
3
llth
4
11
04
– Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCI’ION, then press “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
2) Press the DETAIL
F 04.
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key 3 times to access
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—
3) Use the numerical keypad to select the
code related to the first character.
The first character should be “2”.
The code for 2 is “02”.
So, press “0”, then “2”.
The display should be as shown on the
right.
0 1 means the first figure.
is the related code corresponding
0 2
to the first figure “2”.
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TAX
1
01
02
1
NOTE:
Only characters O, 1, 2, ....9.
space,
+ (refer to the ml
table) can be set using this function.
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8. FUNCTIONS
AND
PROGRAMMING
4) Then press the VOICE
REQUEST
key
to go to the second character.
The second character should be “O’.
The code for O is “00”.
So press “O” twice.
The display should be as shown onthe right.
O 2 means the second figure.
O 0 is the related code corresponding
to the second figure “O’.
5) Repeat
steps
3) and 4) to enter the required
F3
cm
telephone
number.
6) Then press the START/COPY
program
key to
in the setting and access F 05.
7) Press
the STOP key if you wish to return
to standby mode.
842
Name / Logo Setting – F 05
This feature allows you to enter your own name or company
name or logo to identify yourself to the other party. Another
name for this is your TT’I or Transmit Terminal Identification.
The maximum length is 25 characters.
For example: to set RICOH.
Setting
01
02
03
04
05
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code
29
20
14
26
19
Character
R
I
c
0
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Order of character
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
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—
Procedure
AND
PROGRAMMING
–
1) Press FUNCTION, then “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
2) Press the DETAIL
F 05.
FA%
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key 4 times to access
1--
4)
Then press the VOICE REQUEST key
to go to the second character.
The second character should be “I”.
The code for “I” is “20”.
So, press “2”, then “O”.
The display should be as shown on the
right.
O 2 means the second character.
2 0 is the related code corresponding
to the second character “I”.
5) Repeat steps
characters.
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3) and 4) to enter all the
key to
6) Then press the START/COPY
program in the setting and access F 06.
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F06
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7)
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01
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‘FiX
F05
3) Use the numerical keypad to select the
code related to the first character.
The first character should be “R”.
The code for R is “29”.
So, press “2”, then “9”.
The display should be as shown on the
right.
O 1 means the first character.
2 9 is the related code corresponding
to the first character “R”.
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00
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Press the STOP key if you wish to return
to standbv mode.
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8. FUNCTIONS
AND
8-5 Disable lTI Function Setting
PROGRAMMING
– F 06
If you turn on TTI, your TI’I and the date, time, and the page
number will be printed at the top of pages at receiving side.
When you turn off TT’1, only the page number will be printed.
—
Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCIION,
then press “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
2) Press the DETAIL key 5 times to access ~
F 06.
NOTE:
The LCD will show the current setting.
“ 11 11“ means that lTI is enabled.
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3) Then enter “O 00 O“ to disable TI’I
output.
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4) Press the START/COPY
in the setting and access
key to program
F 07.
5) Press the STOP key if you wish to return 1
to standby mode.
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8. FUNCTIONS
AND
8-6 Printing the Telephone
PROGRAMMING
List – F 07
This function allows the. user to print out a list of telephone
numbers that are stored as One-touch or as Speed Dial numbers.
– Procedure
–
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1) Press FUNCI’ION, then “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
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2) Press the DETAIL key 6 times to
access F 07.
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Fti
818
F07
3) Then press the START/COPY
key
to print the telephone list and access
F 08.
FAX
[
[-
8.18
F08
AM{
i
.——
—
4) If you wish to return to standby mode,
press the STOP key.
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A
FAX
8 20
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*** Telephone
List ***
MAR07’90 08:24)AM
*****************
● ****************
*****************
*****************
*************
*
●
Quick Dial List
●
●
●
☛
☛
☛
M1
M3
M5
M7
M2:O028137706645
M4:555101O
M6 :
M8 :
:5551212
:5551234
:5554321
:
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
☛
●
1
Speed
Dia
●
List
●
●
☛
02:5551111
●
●
04:
06:5552222
08:
10:
12:
14:
16:
●
01 :5553214
03 :5552314
●
05:
●
07:
●
09:
●
11:
●
13 :5554444
☛
15 :
☛
17:
●
19:
*******************
●
●
●
●
☛
☛
18:5553333
●
20:
*******************
●
● ☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛
—
☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛☛
,
● ☛☛☛☛
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8.
FUNCTIONS
AND
8-7 Clock Adjustment
PROGRAMMING
– F 08
This function allows the user
time into the machine.
– Procedure
1) Press
The
to program
the current
–
FUNCITON, then press “3”.
LCD will display “F 01”.
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I
2) Press the DETAIL key 7 times to
access F 08.
NOTE
The sequence
of entry is month,date
and then year.
3) Now enter the current date.
For example: 08 / 13 / 1990
~
– Enter “O’, “8”,” l“, “3”,” l“, “9”, “9”, “O.
4) Press
the VOICE
the current
REQUEST
key for
clock setting.
For example:
08
08
29
– Enter “O, “8”,
NOTE
~
/ 29
stands for 8 hours.
stands for 29 minutes.
“2”, “9”.
~
~~
Press “*” for AM.
Press “ #“
for PM.
The initial status is “AM”.
5) Press
program
the START/COPY
key to
in the setting and access F 09. ~
6) If you wish to return to standby
press the STOP key.
Im(mr
date and
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mode,
I
8. FUNCTIONS
8-8 Printing
the Function
AND
List – F 09
This mode gives user a reference
settings.
—
Procedure
PROGRAMMING
list of the current
function
–
1) Press FUNCT’ION, then “3”.
The LCD will display “F 01”.
2) Press the DETAIL key 8 times to
access F 09.
3) Press the START/COPY
the function list.
key to print
FO1
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87
-—FAX
F09
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—
8.18
AM
1
-.
1
FAX
819
F09
4) After printing is finished, the machine
will return to standby mode automatically. The format of the report is as
follows.
J
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- --~
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1
L-–-
FM
AM~
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1
*** Special
Function Report ● **
RICOH
MAR 07 ‘ 9008:20 AM
***************** ***************** ***********s***** ***************
●
*
STATUS
KEY FUNCI’ION LIST
*
*
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
——.———
———
———
———
———
———
———
———
●
1
● FO1
PRINTING
TCR
*
2
*F02
RINGING NUMBER
SETTING
TONE MODE *
*F03
PULSE / TONE SETTING
*F04
TELEPHONE
NUMBER SETTING
0188628821113
*
RICOH
*
*F05
NAME / LOGO SETTING
*
*F06
DISABLE ITI FUNCI’ION SETTING
●
● F07
PRINTING
TELEPHONE
LIST
●
*F08
CLOCK ADJUSTMENT
*
*F09
PRINTING FUNCllON
LIST
***************** ***************** ***************** ********s******
NOTE:
1
The status column for F 01 indicates how many communications
2.
The printing will stop if either the handset is picked up or the STOP key has
would be listed
on the TCR report, if you were to print it now.
been pressed during printing.
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—
8. FUNCTIONS
AND
—
—
PROGRAMMING
8-9 Storing Quick Dial and Speed Dial Numbers
In addition to ordinary facsimile transmission carried out by dialing
using the telephone, the autodialer allows two other dialing modes.
These are Quick dialing, and Speed dialing.
8-9-1 Quick Dial
If you regularly transmit to, or poll, a particular destination,
you can save a lot of repetitive keypad operation by storing
the destination in a QUICK DIAL key (1 through 8).
—
Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCTION, then “4” to
enter STORE mode.
~
2) Enter the desired phone number.
For example: 5 55 1 234
3) Press the desired
key.
See Figure 8.
QUICK
I
FAX
5551234
STORE
DIAL
4) The LCD will hold for 1 second
and then return to standby mode.
cm
NOTE:
1. The stored number will not d~appear
2. While storing Quick Dial & Speed
if the power is turned off.
Dial numbers, the machine
will return to standby mode if any one of the following happens:
-The STOP key is pressed.
-The SPEAKERPHONE key k pressed.
-The handset is picked up.
-Time out (1 minute).
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1
8.
FUNCTIONS
8-9-2
AND
PROGRAMMING
Speed Dial
Up to 20 phone numbers can be entered for speed dialing.
Each telephone number can be up to 32 digits long.
– Procedure
–
1) Press FUNCI’ION, then “4” to
enter STORE mode.
2) Enter the desired phone
number.
For example: 5 5 5 8 5 7 7.
3) Press the SPEED DIAL key, and
then the desired Speed Dial number
(01 to 20).
See Figure 9.
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‘--7
FAX
I
STORE
FM5558577
[---
STORE
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‘“ 3“
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4
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Figure 9
4) The LCD will hold for 1 second,
and then return to standby mode.
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~-1
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——
FAX
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9-1. External Telephone Jack – REMOTE function
In addition to having a built-in handset, the machine also has an
external telephone jack. This jack can be used for connection of
When an external
an external telephone or answering machine.
telephone is comected, it can be used to answer calls and to remotely switch the machine into rec’eive mode to receive fax messages.
If an answering machine is comected, it can be used to remotely
select reception of either a fax or a voice message.
9-1-1 Communication
—
1.
Procedure
with an External Telephone
–
When a call comes in, the external telephone will ring.
While the machine is in auto receive mode, the telephone
will ring from 1 to 9 times (depending on how you
programmed the ring number), and then the machine will
go into receive mode. If the external telephone is lifted
before the machine answers, you can talk to the calling
party. If the machine is set in manual receive mode,
the phone will continue to ring until the call is answered
or the calling party hangs up.
2. Pick up the external telephone handset.
If someone is trying to send you a fax, an intermittent
tone will be heard.
3. If someone sends a fax message to you, press “#v, and
then “2” on the external telephone keypad.
The call will be transferred to the fax machine, and the
machine will receive the document.
9-1-2 Communication
– Procedure
with an Answering
Machine
–
1. Switch the fax machine into “TEL” mode.
2. At the beginning of your outgoing message on the
answering machine, store the following instructions.
“If you would like to leave a message, just ‘wait for
the beep. If you would like to send a fax message,
please press “#”, and then “2” on your telephone.
After you hear the high-pitched tones then you should
press Start and hang up.”
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9. OTHER
FEATURES
3. When a call comes in, it will be answered by your
answering machine.
If the calling party wishes to send you a fax messa~e, they
will press “#” and “2” on their telephone. The fax
machine will then disconnect from the answering machine
to enter receive mode, and it will begin sending facsimile
tones. If the other party is sending a fax message
automatically, without operator involvement, the call will
switch to receive mode if there wasn’t any code entered
or voice message left.
9-2. Hands-free
●
Receiving
Speakerphone function
You can switch to hands-free mode by pressing the
SPEAKERPHONE
key while you are using the handset. When
the SPEAKERPHONE
indicator lights, you can hang up the
handset. You may also receive a call using the Speakerphone
as
follows.
—
1.
Procedure
–
When the phone is ringing, press the SPEAKERPHONE
The SPEAKERPHONE
indicator lights.
key.
2. Speak toward the microphone at the bottom right of the
operation panel. The other party’s voice can be heard at
the speaker. (The speaker volume control is on the side of the
telephone cradle. See page 8.)
key again to terminate
3. Press the SPEAKERPHONE
call when the conversation is completed.
the phone
NOTE:
If you wish to switch to the handset just pick up the handset.
If you wish to switch to the speakerphone
SPEAKERPHONE
again, press the
key and place the handset back
on
the
cradle.
9-3. Placing a Call on Hold
Use the HOLD key to suspend a conversation without disconnecting
the call. When you press the HOLD key, the indicator will light.
You can hang up the handset; the call will not be disconnected. To
take the call off hold , pick up the handset, or press SPEAKERPHONE if you were using the speakerphone
function. The other
party will hear music whire waiting on hold.
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9.
OTHER
FEATURES
9-4 Using Your Machine As A Copier
To make a copy of a document, place it in the feeder
down and press the COPY key.
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face
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10-1 Misfeeds
– Document jam –
When the LCD shows an error code during scanning
(transmission or copying), the document has jammed.
Clear the jam as follows.
See Figure 10.
.—
1) Open the panel cover
with both hands.
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2) Remove the document
carefully,
Figure
10
3) Then close the panel cover.
A damaged document may cause a misfeed.
Refer to page 12 for suitable document types.
– Paper jam –
When the LCD shows an error code during printing,
the paper has jammed.
Clear the jam as follows.
See Figure 11.
,-
1) Open the panel cover
with both hands until
it locks.
+
I
2) Take out the thermal paper
roll and cut off the damaged part of the paper.
Figure 11
the facsimile under the guide
3) Re-feed the paper through
plate with a green label.
Refer to page 6 for how to replace
Misfeeds may occur ifi
-The paper size is not correct.
-The machine is not level.
-There
is condensation
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the paper.
inside the machine. (Refer
to P. 2.)
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10-2 Line Failure
* If communication
is not successful, the LCD will show an error code
and an error report will be printed.
The format of the Error Report is as follows:
*** Error Report
***
**********************************
AUG 18 ‘ 90
*********************
*******************
02:19 PM
● ********
PAGES
STATUS ●
TIME
START TIME
●MODE REMOTE TERMINALI.D.
————— .———————— ————— –———— .—————*
● ———— ————————————
●
●
08/18 02:19 PM
* TX
(X):06
**
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●
●
●
******************
10-3 Operating
●
*****************
●
*****************
●
******************
●
*********
Difllculties
– During Standby –
.Switch
En!Ezl
the power on.
is not displayed.
–During
Transmission
Transmission
place.
camot
–
take
.The document is jammed in the
feeder. Remove thejam.med
document (referto page 45) and repeat
the transmission procedure.
.The other machine is out of order
Check the error report.
Ask the other party to correct
the fault.
●The line is busy or noisy.
Check that the dial tone is sent out.
Check if there is an error report.
Try to retransmit.
●The telephone line type setting is
wrong. See page 31.
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
– During
Reception
–
in TEL mode.
Changed to FAX mode. Press
the FAIVI’ELJAUTO
key again.
The telephone keeps ringin~
and no fax is printed.
●
You
No printout the LCD wil
display an error code.
●
The paper has jammed.
Clear the jam refer to page 45).
No printout; replace
thermal paper roll.
●
The thermal paper is all used.
Replace the thermal paper roll.
Refer to page 6.
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10-4 Error Messages
When an error occurs, an error report is printed. This error report
includes an error code. The following table lists common error codes
and the possible causes. If any of these or any other error codes are
persistent and the machine does not work properly, contact your sewice
representative.
—.
.
Item
Description
Hardware error.
E 000
_- No response from the called party.
‘E 001
Document jam.
E ~-2
E 003
Cutter jam, thermal paper jam.—
No thermal paper.
EO04
—.
Bad
telephone
line.
E(K)5
.
—
Malfunction at t& other enj,. __
EO06
Cover open.
E 007
Thermal head overheat.
[ EO08 __
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-4
<
—
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I
NOTE:
The machine will be restored to standby mode when the error is fued,
and/or STOP has been pressed.
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Itmmr
.—
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10-5 Alarms
10-5-1 Thermal paper shortage
An alarm (beep tone) will be generated when the thermal paper
has been used up. At the same time, an error code is displayed
for the users’ reference.
10-5-2 Common alarms
Alarm Sounds
Alarm
timing
Continuous
1 sec.
(bi —
sound
)
Interrupted sound
.
(bl – -,bi – -,bi – -)
3 sec.
on:O.2 sec.
offO.2 sec.
Interrupted sound
.
(bl –-,bi––,bi––)
14 sec.
on:O.3 sec.
offO.3 sec.
50 msec
Key input confirmation
.
(bl
)
Nlcml’
Meaning
a. Confirms the end of communication
at both parties in transmitting and
receiving modes.
b. There is a document in the standby
position.
Error during transmission, reception
or copying.
a. Voice request alarm
b. FAX mode: Ringing period before
automatically answering the call.
Confirmation of keypad entry.
11. REFERENCE
MATERIAL
11-1 SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
(WXDXH):
12.4” X 11.8” X 4.5”
Excluding trays and handset.
Weight:
a. machine
:10.9 lbs
: 1.0 lbs
b. handset
c. trays
: 0.7 lbs
d. accessories : 0.8 lbs
(without manual )
Power Supply:
120 ~ 20 Vat; 60 Hz; single phase.
Power Consumption:
- Average
(measured
at 115V/60Hz
Acceptable
Document:
Standby
:
Transmission :
Reception
:
Copying
:
for a CCITT # 1
:
:
Thickness
:
5.8” to 8.5”
4.1” to 23.6”
(45 ‘ max limit is available)
2t06mils
:
:
98 x 203 dpi
196 x 203 dpi
10 sheets
Resolution:
Standard
Detail
Speed:
20 sec at 9600 bps, standard resolution,
based on a CCITT# 1 test chart (Slerexe
letter).
Compatibility:
G3 only.
Printer
8.5” x 98’ ; thermal
Roll:
W
W
Width
Length
ADF Capacity:
Transmission
8W+I-IW
26 W+/-l
24 W+/-l
39w+/-lw
chart)
paper.
Maximum
Printer Width:
8.25”
Handset:
Built-in handset. Power switch must be
kept on to make phone calls.
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Ko(mK1’
11. REFERENCE
MATERIAL
11-2 Glossary
Most terms are explained on the pages where they occur (see the
contents). This glossary explains some terms that were not explained
fullyin the text.
BPS (Bits Per Second):
This is the data communication
rate. In G3 mode, your fax terminal
digitizes documents, transforming them into bits (an average page will
produce about 320,000 of them), and then sends them out at a top speed
of 9,600 bps.
Communication:
Transmission or reception.
copy:
When used as a noun, this refers to a printout,
receive mode.
CSI:
Called Subscriber
either
in copy mode or
Identification.
Document
This is the original page or set of pages that you wish to send.
External Telephone:
This is the telephone
that is connected
to the jack marked
“Ans”.
Group 3:
This is the internationally-agreed
signaling and data transfer method
(approved by CCITT) used for facsimile communication.
Group 3 (also
known as G3) is a digital facsimile technique which sends a letter-sized
page in less than 1 minute.
Handset:
This is used specifically to refer to the built-in handset that is plugged
into the side of the machine, and not the external telephone (see above).
Line:
This is the telephone
marked “Line”.
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line, connected
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to your terminal
at the comector
11. REFERENCE
Reception:
The act of receiving
MATERIAL
a document.
Standby Mode:
The terminal is said to be in standby mode when it is idle, or not being
used.
Terminal:
A facsimile terminal,
such as your machine.
Transmission:
The act of sending a document.
TTI:
Transmit
Terminal
Identification.
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12. OFFICIAL NOTICE TO USERS
USA
FCC Notice To Users:
1. The following information shall be provided
upon request of the telephone company:
to the telephone
company,
a) The FCC registration number.
b) The Ringer Equivalence number.
2. These units may not be used on party lines or coin telephones.
3. The telephone company (telco) has the right to make changes in their
network which may affect the operation of your unit, provided adequate
notice is given to you in advance to permit continued correct operation.
4. In the event of operation problems, discomect your unit by removing
the modular plug from the telco modular jack. If your regular phone
still works correctly, your unit has a problem and should be returned
for repairs (in or out of warranty). If upon disconnection of your unit
there is still a problem on your line, notifj the telco that they have a
problem and request prompt repair service at no cost to the user.
5. The user may not under any circumstances (in or out warranty) attempt
any service repairs. Call 1-800-FASTFIX for information on obtaining
repairs.
The FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number can be
found on a label, located on the back of the machine.
CANADA
The Canadian Department of Communications
label identifies certified
equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications
network protective, operational, and safety requirements. The department does not guarantee the equipment will operate
to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible
to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications
company.
The equipment must also be installed using an approved method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single
line individual service may be extended by means of a certified jack-plugcord ensemble (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware
that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of
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12. OFFICIAL NOTICE TO USERS
semice in some situations. Existing telecommunications
company requirements do not permit their equipment to be connected to customer-provided
jacks except where specified by individual telecommunications
company tariffs.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian
maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations
made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give
the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to discomect
the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe
system if present are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves,
but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician,
as appropriate.
The standard connecting arrangement code for this equipment is:
CAIIA or CA45A
The load number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is
used by the device to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may
consists of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that
the total of the load numbers of all the device does not exceed 100.
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——
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read all of these instructions.
2. Save these instru~ions
for later use.
3. Follow all warnings and instructions
4. Unplug
marked on the product.
this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
aerosol cleaners.
Do not use liquid cleaners
or
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
5. Do not use this product near water.
6. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall,
causing serious damage to the product.
7. Slots and openings
in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided
to ensure reliable operation
openings
for ventilation;
of the product and to protect it from overheating,
must not be blocked
or covered. The openings
these
should never be blocked
by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. This product should
never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be
placed in a built-in installation
8. This product should be operated
unless proper ventilation
is provided.
from the type of p~wer source indicated
on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer
or local power company.
9. This product is equipped
(grounding)
with a 3-wire grounding
type plug, a plug having a third
pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type
power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your
electrician
to replace your obsolete
grounding-type
outlet. Do not defeat the purpose
of the
plug.
10. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where
persons will walk on the cord.
11. If an extension
cord is used with this product, make sure that the total of the ampere
ratings on the products
cord ampere
plugged into the extension
cord do not exceed
rating. Also, make sure that the total of all products
wall outlet does not exceed
the extension
plugged
into the
15 amperes.
12. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may
touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
13. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening
expose you to dangerous
or removing covers may
voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
14. Unplug
personnel
this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service
under the following conditions:
A. When the power cord or plug is damaged
or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed
to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate
normally when the opaating
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions
instructions
are followed
since
improper adjustment of other controls may result in darnage and will often required
extensive work by a qualilied
technician
E. If the product has been dropped
to restore the product to normal operation.
or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance,
Imml”
indicating a need for service.
——— —
USA
This equipment
devi~,
has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed
reasonable
protection
against harmful interference
equipment
generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordanm
radio communications.
in a particular
television
with the instructions,
installation.
that interference
by turning the equipment
to try to correct the interference
to
will not occur
does cause harmful interference
which can be determined
This
may cause harmful interference
there is no guarantee
installation. If this equipment
reception,
user is encouraged
following
However,
in a residential
to provide
to radio or
off and on, the
by one or more of the
measures:
Reorient
or relocate
the receiving antenna.
—
Increase the separation
between
—
Connect
into an outlet on a circuit different
the equipment
the equipment
and receiver.
from that to
which the receiver is connected.
—
Consult the dealer or an experienced
radioflV
technician
for help.
CANADA
Class B
This Digital Apparatus
does not exceed
from Digital Apparatus
set out in the Radio interference
Department
the Class B limits for Radio
Regulations
Iimites applicable
du Canada.
noise
of the Canadian
of Communications.
Le prt%ent apparel] num~rique n’;met pas de bruits radio~lec[riques
R&lement
Frequency
aux appareils num&iques
sur Ie brouillage
radio~lectrique
d~passant
Ies
de la classe B prescribes dims Ie
&dict& par Ie ministtre
—
des Communications
.
WHEN PROGRAMMING
EMERGENCY
NUMBERS
AND/OR MAKING TEST CALLS TO EMERGENCY
NUMBERS:
1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the
call before hanging up.
2. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning hours or
late evenings.
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