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Available Models for
each country
U.K.
FAX-920, FAX-930, MFC-925
FAX-940 E-mail
Ireland
FAX-920, FAX-930
Others
FAX-920, FAX-930*
*In some countries, FAX-930 may not be available.
Pan European Approvals Information
(Only for FAX-920)
This product has been granted a Pan-European Approval via KCS in the Netherlands. It
is designed to interwork with the basic network functions for facsimile and telephony in
most European countries. However, since there are still network differences between
countries, other features such as caller ID, will only work in the specific country for
which this product was produced.
If you experience any difficulties when connecting this product, please contact your
nearest Brother Office or supplier, as detailed in the warranty documentation for this
product.
(This declaration applies to models that are marked as CE 0560X.)
© 1998-2000 Brother Industries, Ltd.
APPROVED FOR CONNECTION TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS SPECIFIED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS SET
OUT THEREIN.
APPROVAL CERTIFICATE NUMBER : 608364 (MFC-925)
608363 (FAX-930)
650121 (FAX-940 E-mail)
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNING
MAIN APPARATUS PORT (modular socket on “T” - shaped line cord connector
for EXTENSION TELEPHONE or ANSWERING MACHINE)
Please ensure that any external device connected into the equipment’s external device socket
meets the isolation and other safety requirements of BS6301, EN41003 or EN60950 (including Amendment 2). BABT approval of such external devices indicates compliance with one
of these safety standards.
STATUTORY STATEMENTS
Your Brother fax machine (the “series apparatus”) may be used in conjunction with additional
apparatus (the “main apparatus”) supplied separately, such as telephones and/or an answering
machine. The total REN must not in any case exceed 4; for an explanation of REN see
chap. 1.
No additional series apparatus may be connected between the incoming line and the equipment.
The voltage drop at 40mA introduced by the equipment and the PSTN is 0.5V.
In case additional devices are connected downstream of your equipment, difficulties may occasionally be experienced when making calls from such downstream devices. These difficulties
may include:
(a) Difficulty in making calls.
(b) Problems in conversation being experienced by both parties to a call.
THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT DESIGNED FOR MAKING
TELEPHONY CALLS WHEN THE POWER FAILS.
ALTERNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD BE
MADE FOR ACCESS TO EMERGENCY SERVICES.
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Table of Contents
1
Introduction
2
Installation
3
On-Screen
Programming
Using This Manual ................................................................................. 1
Finding Information .............................................................................. 1
Symbols Used In This Manual .............................................................. 2
About Fax Machines .............................................................................. 2
Fax Tones and Handshake ..................................................................... 2
ECM (Error Correction Mode) ............................................................. 3
FAX-920 Control Panel Overview
(MFC-925 panel keys are same as FAX-920) .................................. 4
FAX-930 (and FAX-940 E-mail) Control Panel Overview .............. 6
Packing List ............................................................................................ 9
Choosing a Location ............................................................................ 10
Caution .................................................................................................. 10
Assembly ............................................................................................... 11
Attach the Document Support ............................................................. 11
Attach the Paper Wire Extension and Paper Support .......................... 12
Install the Printing Cartridge ............................................................... 13
Load Paper .......................................................................................... 15
Acceptable Paper ........................................................................ 15
Connect the Handset ........................................................................... 15
Connect the Power Cord ..................................................................... 16
Connect the Telephone Line ............................................................... 16
Multi-Line Connections (PABXs) ...................................................... 17
If you are installing the machine to work with a PABX: ........... 17
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) ................................................... 17
Using Extension Telephones ............................................................... 18
Connecting an External Telephone Answering Device (TAD) ........... 19
Connections .................................................................................... 19
Outgoing Message (OGM) of External TAD ................................. 19
Sequence of External TAD Reception ............................................ 20
Connecting an External Telephone ..................................................... 21
Changing the Ribbon .......................................................................... 22
User-Friendly Programming .............................................................. 25
Function Mode .................................................................................... 25
Alternating Displays ........................................................................... 26
Function Selection Table ..................................................................... 26
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
4
Initial
Setup
5
Setup
Receive
Getting Started ..................................................................................... 31
Setting the Dialling Mode (Tone/Pulse) ............................................. 31
Setting the Date and Time ................................................................... 31
Setting the Station ID .......................................................................... 32
Entering Text .................................................................................. 33
Inserting spaces .............................................................................. 34
Making corrections ......................................................................... 34
Repeating letters ............................................................................. 34
Special characters and symbols ...................................................... 34
Setting the Beeper Volume .................................................................. 34
PABX and TRANSFER ...................................................................... 35
Setting PABX ...................................................................................... 35
Setting the Clock Change ................................................................... 35
Setting the Speaker Volume ................................................................ 36
Setting the Ring Volume ..................................................................... 36
Memory Storage ................................................................................. 37
Basic Receiving Operations ................................................................ 39
Select Answer Mode ........................................................................... 39
To select or change your Answer Mode ..................................... 40
Setting the Ring Delay ........................................................................ 41
Setting the F/T Ring Time .................................................................. 41
Recording the Fax/Tel Outgoing Announcement (F/T MESSAGE)
(Only for FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail) ....................................... 42
Fax Detect ........................................................................................... 42
Printing a Reduced Incoming Document ............................................ 43
Reception into Memory ...................................................................... 44
Printing a Fax from Memory (Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925) ..... 44
Advanced Receiving Operations ....................................................... 45
Operation from an External or Extension Telephone ......................... 45
For F/T (Fax/Tel) Mode Only ......................................................... 45
Changing Remote Codes ................................................................ 46
To change Remote Codes ........................................................... 46
Caller ID (Caller IDentification) .................................................... 47
Advantages of Caller ID ................................................................. 47
Set the Caller ID to ON ....................................................................... 47
How Does the Caller ID Work? .......................................................... 48
The Caller ID Appears on the Display When Your Telephone
Rings ............................................................................................. 48
The Caller ID is Stored in Your Machine’s Memory ...................... 48
Selecting a Caller ID from the Memory for Call Reply ..................... 49
To Activate Certain Network Services When Using Call Reply .... 50
Call Reply to DDI numbers via Caller ID ...................................... 50
Clearing the Caller ID Stored in Memory (Only for FAX-930 and
FAX-940 E-mail) .......................................................................... 51
Printing Caller ID List .................................................................... 51
TABLE OF CONTENTS
6
Setup
Send
7
Setup
Quick-Dial
Numbers
Polling .................................................................................................... 51
Secure Polling ................................................................................. 51
Setup for Polling Receive ............................................................... 51
Setup for Polling Receive with Secure Code .................................. 52
Setup Delayed Polling Receive ...................................................... 53
Sequential Polling ........................................................................... 53
Cancelling a Scheduled Job ................................................................ 54
Setting PC Interface Mode (Only for MFC-925 or with
Multi-Function Link Pro for Fax option) .......................................... 55
Copy Functions .................................................................................... 55
Multiple Copies (For FAX-920/930/MFC-925 Only) .................... 55
Reducing and Enlarging Copies (For FAX-920/930/
MFC-925 Only) ............................................................................ 56
Multiple Copies (For FAX-940 E-mail Only) ................................ 56
Before You Begin .................................................................................. 57
Manual Transmission .......................................................................... 58
Automatic Transmission ..................................................................... 58
Manual and Automatic Fax Redial ..................................................... 58
Basic Sending Operations ................................................................... 59
Composing an Electronic Cover Page ................................................ 59
Cover Page for Next Fax Only ....................................................... 59
Always Send Cover Page ................................................................ 60
Using a Printed Cover Page ............................................................ 61
Cover Page Message ........................................................................... 62
Composing Your Own Comments .................................................. 62
Contrast ............................................................................................... 62
Resolution ........................................................................................... 63
Advanced Sending Operations .......................................................... 63
Overseas Mode ................................................................................... 63
Memory Transmission ........................................................................ 64
Call Reservation .................................................................................. 64
Print Sample Call Back Message ........................................................ 65
Delayed Transmission (Timer) ........................................................... 65
Broadcasting ....................................................................................... 66
Next-Fax Reservation ......................................................................... 66
Multiple Resolution Transmission ...................................................... 67
Setup for Polling Transmit .................................................................. 67
Setup for Polling Transmit with Secure Code ................................ 68
Cancelling a Scheduled Job ................................................................ 69
Interrupting Timer and Polling Transmit Jobs .................................... 69
Multiple Transmission ........................................................................ 70
Storing Numbers for Easy Dialling ................................................... 71
Storing One Touch Dial Numbers ....................................................... 71
Super Tel-Index ................................................................................... 72
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8
Telephone
(Voice)
Operation
9
Remote Fax
Options
(FAX-920 and MFC-925)
10
Message
Manager
(Only for FAX-930
and FAX-940 E-mail)
Assigning Each of the Four Super Tel-Index Keys a Name ........... 73
Storing Numbers to Each Key ........................................................ 73
Changing Stored Numbers as Super Tel-Index ................................... 74
How to use Quick-Dial Keys as Super Tel-Index Keys ...................... 75
Searching for a Name on the LCD ................................................. 75
Speed-Dialling ................................................................................ 76
Changing One Touch and Super Tel-Index Numbers ......................... 76
Setting Number Groups for Broadcasting .......................................... 76
Making Voice Calls .............................................................................. 79
Manual Dialling .................................................................................. 79
One Touch Dialling ............................................................................. 80
Super Tel-Index Dialling ..................................................................... 80
Mute .................................................................................................... 81
Pause ................................................................................................... 81
Tone/Pulse ........................................................................................... 81
F/T (FAX/TEL) Mode ........................................................................ 81
On Hook Dialling ................................................................................ 81
Answering Calls with the Speakerphone (Only for FAX-930 and
FAX-940 E-mail) .............................................................................. 82
Tel Key (Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925) ....................................... 82
Fax Forwarding .................................................................................... 83
Programming a Fax Forwarding Number ........................................... 83
Setting Fax Storage .............................................................................. 84
Changing the Remote Access Code ................................................... 84
Remote Retrieval .................................................................................. 85
Using Your Remote Access Code ....................................................... 85
Remote Commands ............................................................................. 85
Change Fax Forwarding Setting ................................................. 85
Retrieve a Fax ............................................................................. 86
Check the Receiving Status ........................................................ 86
Change Answer Mode ................................................................ 86
Exit Remote Operation ............................................................... 86
Retrieving the Memory Status List ..................................................... 87
Retrieving Fax Messages .................................................................... 87
Changing the Fax Forwarding Number .............................................. 88
Message Manager Mode ..................................................................... 89
Flexible Memory Settings (Message Store) ........................................ 89
Setting Up Message Manager ............................................................. 90
Setting the Message Store ................................................................... 90
Recording the Message Manager’s Outgoing Message
(TAD MESSAGE) ............................................................................ 91
Listening the Outgoing Message (OGM) ....................................... 91
Erasing the Outgoing Message (OGM) .......................................... 92
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Message
Manager Plus
(Only for FAX-930)
Activating Message Manager Mode ................................................... 92
Message Indicator ............................................................................... 92
What Happens When the Memory Is Full... ................................... 92
Playing Voice Messages and Memos .................................................. 93
Printing a Fax Message ....................................................................... 93
Backup Printing Option ...................................................................... 94
Erasing Messages ................................................................................ 94
To erase voice messages individually ......................................... 94
To erase messages all at once ..................................................... 95
Setting the Maximum Time for Incoming Messages .......................... 95
Setting the Toll Saver .......................................................................... 95
ICM Recording Monitor ..................................................................... 96
Recording a Memo.............................................................................. 96
Recording a Conversation ................................................................... 96
Fax Forwarding/Paging ....................................................................... 96
Programming a Fax Forwarding Number ....................................... 97
Recording the Paging Outgoing Message (OGM) ......................... 97
Programming the Paging Number .................................................. 98
Remote Retrieval .................................................................................. 98
Using the Remote Access Code .......................................................... 98
Changing the Remote Access Code .................................................... 99
Remote Control Commands .............................................................. 100
Retrieving the Memory Status List ................................................... 101
Retrieving Fax Messages .................................................................. 101
Changing the Fax Forwarding Number ............................................ 102
Message Manager Plus ...................................................................... 103
Start with a Plan ................................................................................ 103
Setting Up Message Manager Plus ................................................... 104
Voice ..................................................................................................... 104
Recording Voice Information in Memory Box ................................. 104
Playing Voice Information in Memory Box ...................................... 105
Erasing Voice Information in Memory Box ...................................... 105
Personal Mailbox ............................................................................... 105
Recording Personal Mailbox OGM/Password .................................. 106
Playing Incoming Messages and Memos in Your Personal
Mailbox ........................................................................................... 106
Erasing Incoming Messages and Memos from Your Personal
Mailbox ........................................................................................... 107
To erase an individual message ................................................ 107
To erase all messages ............................................................... 107
Recording a Memo in a Personal Mailbox ....................................... 108
Remote Retrieval of Incoming Messages and Memos from Your
Personal Mailbox ............................................................................ 108
Recording the Second Level OGM ................................................. 108
Playing the Second Level OGM ....................................................... 109
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13
14
Printing
Reports
Important
Information
Erasing the Second Level OGM ....................................................... 109
Recording First Level OGM ............................................................ 109
Playing the First Level OGM ............................................................ 110
Erasing the First Level OGM ............................................................ 110
Turning On Message Manager Plus ............................................... 110
FAX/MFC Settings and Journal ...................................................... 111
To Print a Report ............................................................................... 111
Transmission Verification (Xmit) Report .......................................... 112
Journal Period ................................................................................... 112
Important Safety Instructions ....................................................... 113
BABT Approval (For FAX-930/940 E-mail/MFC-925 Only) .......... 115
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting .................................................................................. 117
and Maintenance
Error Messages ................................................................................. 117
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Specifications
If You Are Having Difficulty with Your Machine ............................. 121
Printing or Receiving Faxes.......................................................... 121
Condensed Print and Horizontal Streaks;
Top and Bottom of Sentences Cut Off ................................... 121
Vertical Black Lines When Receiving ..................................... 121
Phone Line or Connections .......................................................... 121
Fax Machine Does Not Answer When Called.......................... 121
No Dial Tone on the Handset ................................................... 121
Sending Faxes ............................................................................... 122
Poor Transmitting Quality ........................................................ 122
Dialling Does Not Work ........................................................... 122
Vertical Black Lines When Sending ......................................... 122
Handling Incoming Calls .............................................................. 122
F/T Pseudo-Ring in F/T Mode ................................................. 122
Transferring a Call to the Machine .......................................... 122
Fax Machine “Hears” Voice as CNG Tone............................... 122
Transmission Verification Report Prints
“RESULT:ERROR” ............................................................... 123
Packing and Shipping the Machine ................................................ 123
Regular Maintenance ........................................................................ 126
Cleaning the Scanner ........................................................................ 126
Cleaning the Print Head .................................................................... 126
Specifications ...................................................................................... 127
Glossary ............................................................................................... 129
Index .................................................................................................... 133
Accessory List ..................................................................................... 137
WARNING! Miscellaneous approval conditions
National and European laws state that only approved apparatus may be connected to
lines provided by Public Telecommunications Operators (PTOs). In the case of analogue
Group 3 fax machines such as your Brother fax, this usually implies compliance with
national technical requirements, and an approval certificate issued by the national
authorities in the country of original sale/import by Brother.
Any marking or certification of your fax machine to harmonised European “CE Mark”
requirements for EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility), and for user safety according
to the European LVD (Low Voltage Directive), ARE NOT indicative of approval for
connection to public telecommunications lines in a country other than that in which the
equipment is approved.
Brother advises that this product will not function correctly in a country other than that
in which it was originally offered for sale, and does not offer any warranty in the event
that this product is used on public telecommunication lines in a country other than that
in which it is approved.
Brother further advises that any use of this equipment in such other countries contravenes
national and European laws and in so using, the user renders himself or herself liable to
prosecution and possible forfeiture of equipment according to local regulations.
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C H A P T E R
O N E
Introduction
Using This Manual
Thank you for purchasing a Brother fax machine (FAX) or multifunction
center (MFC).
This machine has been designed to be simple to use, with LCD screen
prompts to guide you through functions. However, you can use your
machine to its fullest potential by taking a few minutes to read this
manual.
Additionally, your machine has a Help Key. Press Help/Memory to
print a list of basic operational steps and functions.
Finding Information
All chapter headings and subheadings are listed in the Table of Contents.
You will be able to find information about a specific feature or function
by checking the Index at the back of this manual. Also, throughout this
manual, you’ll see special symbols alerting you to important
information, cross-references, and warnings. Illustrations of some screen
displays also help you choose the correct key-presses.
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CHAPTER ONE
Symbols Used In This Manual
Note or additional information.
The machine would be damaged or would not work
correctly if this is not observed.
Warning. Damage can result if this is not observed.
About Fax Machines
If you’re a first-time fax machine user, fax operation might seem a little
mysterious. You’ll soon get used to the unusual fax tones on your phone
line, and be able to send and receive faxes easily.
Fax Tones and Handshake
When someone is sending a fax, the fax machine sends fax calling tones,
(CNG tones)—soft, beeps at 4-second intervals. You’ll hear them when
you dial and press Start, and they continue for about 40 seconds after
dialling. During that time, the sending machine must begin the
“handshake” with the receiving machine. Each time you use automatic
procedures to send a fax, you are sending CNG tones over the phone
line. You’ll soon learn to listen for these soft beeps each time you answer
a phone on your fax line, so you can know if you are receiving a fax
message.
The receiving fax responds with fax receiving tones—loud, chirping
sounds. A receiving fax chirps for about 40 seconds over the phone line,
and the screen displays RECEIVE. If your fax machine is set to the
FAX ONLY Mode, it will answer every call automatically with fax
receiving tones. Even if the other party hangs up, your fax machine
continues to send the “chirps” for about 40 seconds, and the screen
continues to display RECEIVE. To cancel the receiving mode, press
Stop.
INTRODUCTION
When your fax machine is in FAX/TEL (F/T) mode, it answers with a
short beep. After this beep, the fax machine listens for CNG tones, and,
if heard, it will respond with receiving tones.
The fax “handshake” is the time in which the sending machine’s CNG
tones and the receiving machines “chirps” overlap. This must be for at
least 2 to 4 seconds, so the fax machines can understand how each is
sending and receiving the fax. The handshake cannot begin until the call
is answered, and the CNG tones only last for about 40 seconds after the
number is dialled. Therefore, it’s important for the receiving machine to
answer the call in as few rings as possible.
When you have an external telephone answering device (TAD) on your fax
line, your TAD will determine the number of rings before the call is
answered. Pay special attention to the directions in the Installation chapter
for connecting a TAD to your fax machine.
ECM (Error Correction Mode)
The Error Correction Mode (ECM) is a way for the fax machine to check
the integrity of a fax transmission while it is in progress. ECM
transmissions are possible only between machines that both have the
ECM feature. If they do, you may send and receive fax messages that are
continuously checked for their integrity.
Sufficient memory must be available in your machine for this feature to
work.
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CHAPTER ONE
FAX-920 Control Panel Overview
(MFC-925 panel keys are same as FAX-920)
FAX - 92O
PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE
Set
ABC
Verify / Mute
1
R
2
Redial / Pause
3
Mode
Resolution
Menu
1
2
3
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TU V
WXYZ
7
8
9
Help/Memory
1
2
3
4
Shift
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
Sort
13
14
15
16
DE F
GH I
Super Tel-Index
Copy
Stop
Start
7
8
9
10
Tel
4
0
Tone
5
6
1
Verify/Mute
Lets you put calls on hold. Also, use this
key to print the Transmission Verification
Report for your last transmission.
5
Dial Pad
Dials phone and fax numbers, and can be
used as a keyboard for entering
information into the fax machine.
2
R
Use this key to gain access to an outside
line and/or to recall the operator or transfer
a call to another extension when it is
connected to a PABX.
6
Tone
Lets you switch the dialling type during a
telephone call from PULSE to TONE.
7
Copy
Makes a copy.
8
Stop
Stops a fax, cancels an operation, or exits
from function menu mode.
9
Start
Starts an operation, such as sending a fax.
3
Redial/Pause
Redials the last number called. Also inserts
a pause in autodial numbers.
4
Tel
Use to shuttle the line between handset
and monitor speaker.
10 Sort
Use this key when you want multiple
copies of a multiple page original copied
in order.
INTRODUCTION
20 19 18
16
17
14
15
FAX - 92O
PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE
Set
Mode
Resolution
Menu
Super Tel-Index
Help/Memory
13
12
ABC
Verify / Mute
R
Redial / Pause
1
2
3
4
Shift
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
Sort
13
14
15
16
DEF
1
2
3
GH I
JKL
M NO
4
5
6
PQRS
TU V
WXYZ
7
8
9
Copy
Stop
11
Start
Tel
0
Tone
11 Quick-Dial Keys
These 8 keys can be used in three different
ways: By just pressing each key you can
access previously stored One Touch
dialling numbers 1 to 8. By pressing a
Quick-Dial key while holding the shift key
down you can access One Touch dialling
numbers 9 to 16. Finally, Quick-Dial keys
1 to 4 (the top row) are also used in
conjunction with the Super Tel-Index key.
12 Shift
Hold this down while pressing a QuickDial key to access One Touch dialling
numbers 9 through 16.
13 Help/Memory
Prints a quick reference Help List. Also,
lets you take advantage of memory
transmission.
14 Super Tel-Index
Lets you look up names and numbers
stored in the Super Tel-Index dialling
memory.
15 Menu
Lets you access the function menu and
programming mode.
16 Resolution
Sets the resolution when you send a fax or
make a copy.
17 Mode
Use to select how the fax machine will
handle incoming calls.
18 Set
Stores a function setting into the fax
machine.
19 Liquid Crystal Display
The LCD displays messages to help you
set up and operate your fax machine.
20 Z (Left Arrow) X (Right Arrow)
(Volume)
Moves the LCD cursor to the left or right.
Adjust speaker and ring volume.
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CHAPTER ONE
FAX-930 (and FAX-940 E-mail)
Control Panel Overview
DIGITAL TAD
FAX-93O
Record
Set
Mode
Resolution
Menu
1
MIC
2
ABC
DEF
2
3
GH I
JKL
M NO
4
5
6
PQRS
TU V
WXYZ
7
8
9
Verify / Mute
1
R
3
Redial / Pause
4
Erase
Play
Super Tel-Index
Help/Memory
1
2
3
4
Shift
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
Sort
13
14
15
16
Copy
Stop
Start
9
10
11
13
12
Speaker Phone
5
0
RWD
6
Tone
FWD
7
6
8
1
MIC (Microphone)
Picks up your voice when you speak to
another party using Speaker Phone.
8
Tone
Lets you switch the dialling type during a
telephone call from PULSE to TONE.
2
Verify/Mute
Lets you put calls on hold. Also, use this
key to print the Transmission Verification
Report for your last transmission.
9
Copy
Makes a copy.
3
R
Use this key to gain access to an outside
line and/or to recall the operator or transfer
a call to another extension when it is
connected to a PABX.
4
Redial/Pause
Redials the last number called. Also inserts
a pause in autodial numbers.
5
Speaker Phone
Lets you speak to the person at the other
end and dial telephone and fax numbers
without lifting the handset.
6
RWD( ) FWD(#)
Use to repeat or skip to the next voice
message during playback.
7
Dial Pad
Dials phone and fax numbers, and can be
used as a keyboard for entering
information into the fax machine.
10 Stop
Stops a fax, cancels an operation, or exits
from function menu mode.
11 Start
Starts an operation, such as sending a fax.
12 Sort (For FAX-930 only)
Use this key when you want multiple
copies of a multiple page original copied
in order.
13 Quick-Dial Keys
These 8 keys can be used in three different
ways: By just pressing each key you can
access previously stored One Touch
dialling numbers 1 to 8. By pressing a
Quick-Dial key while holding the shift key
down you can access One Touch dialling
numbers 9 to 16. Finally, Quick-Dial keys
1 to 4 (the top row) are also used in
conjunction with the Super Tel-Index key.
INTRODUCTION
* FAX-940 E-mail panel keys are almost same as FAX-930. Please refer to
FAX+E-MAIL GUIDE BOOK for the exact control panel.
27 26 25
23
24
22
21
20 19 18 17 16
DIGITAL TAD
FAX-93O
Record
Set
Mode
Resolution
Erase
Menu
Play
Super Tel-Index
Help/Memory
15
14
MIC
ABC
Verify / Mute
R
Redial / Pause
1
2
3
4
Shift
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
Sort
13
14
15
16
DEF
1
2
3
GH I
JKL
M NO
4
5
6
PQRS
TU V
WXYZ
7
8
9
Copy
Stop
Start
Speaker Phone
0
RWD
Tone
FWD
14 Shift
Hold this down while pressing a QuickDial key to access One Touch dialling
numbers 9 through 16.
15 Help/Memory
Prints a quick reference Help List. Also,
lets you take advantage of memory
transmission.
16 DIGITAL TAD
Lets you activate Message Manager.
17 Super Tel-Index
Lets you look up names and numbers
stored in Super Tel-Index dialling memory.
18 Play
Lets you listen to voice messages and
outgoing messages, and print fax messages
stored in memory.
19 Message Indicator Light
Reminds you that you have voice or fax
messages in the memory.
20 Erase
Lets you delete voice messages, fax
messages or all messages.
21 Record
Lets you record Outgoing Message
(OGM), memos and telephone calls, and
store information for Message Manager
Plus features.
22 Menu
Lets you access the function menu and
programming mode.
23 Resolution
Sets the resolution when you send a fax or
make a copy.
24 Mode
Use to select how the fax machine will
handle incoming calls.
25 Set
Stores a function setting into the fax
machine.
26 Liquid Crystal Display
The LCD displays messages to help you
set up and operate your fax machine.
27 Z (Left Arrow) X (Right Arrow)
(Volume)
Moves the LCD cursor to the left or right.
Adjust speaker and ring volume.
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C H A P T E R
T W O
Installation
Packing List
Make sure you have the following items:
Paper
Support
Document
Support
Paper Wire
Extension
(Example for U.K.)
Telephone
Line Cord
Telephone
Handset
Handset
Curled Cord
Starter
Printing
Cartridge
(up to 90 pages)
Multi-Function
Link CD ROM*
FAX-940 E-mail
Keyboard**
Cable &
PC I/F Box*
Owner’s
Manual
FAX+E-Mail
Guide Book**
Quick Start Guide
for Multi-Function
Link Pro for Fax*
* ······· Only for MFC-925
** ····· Only for
FAX-940 E-mail
Whenever you transport the machine, use the packing materials that
came with your machine and pack the machine correctly.
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Choosing a Location
Place your fax machine on a flat, stable surface, such as a desk. Select a
place that is free of vibration and shocks. Locate the machine near a
telephone jack and a standard, grounded power outlet.
Avoid placing your machine in a high-traffic area. Do not place near
heaters, air conditioners, water, chemicals or refrigerators. Do not expose
the machine to direct sunlight, excessive heat, moisture or dust. Do not
connect your machine to electrical outlets controlled by wall switches or
automatic timers. Disruption of power can wipe out information in the
unit’s memory. Do not connect your machine to electrical outlets on the
same circuit as large appliances or other equipment that might disrupt the
power supply. Avoid interference sources, such as speakers or the base
units of cordless phones.
Caution
1 Never install telephone wiring during a thunder storm.
2 We recommend that this product be used with a surge protection
device to protect the product against lightning.
3 Never install a telephone jack in a wet location unless the jack is
specifically designed for a wet location.
4 Never touch telephone wires or terminals that are not insulated
unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network
interface.
5 Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
6 Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.
7 Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.
8 For PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT, the socket should be located near
the equipment and should be easily accessible.
I N S TA L L AT I O N
Legal and safety requirements
Telecommunication Authorities (P.T.T.s) require that this product is
manufactured specifically for the country into which it is originally
imported for sale by Brother.
Brother advises that this product may not function correctly and does not
offer any warranty should this product be used on any other public
exchange equipment other than that of the original country of sale.
Brother also advises that any use of this equipment in other countries
may render the user to prosecution according to local regulations.
Assembly
Attach the Document Support
Attach the document support into the opening as shown in the illustration
below.
Document
Support
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Attach the Paper Wire Extension and Paper
Support
1 Attach the paper wire extension.
Paper Wire
Extension
2 Insert the paper support to the depth shown, then pull it out until you
feel it click into place.
Paper
Support
I N S TA L L AT I O N
Install the Printing Cartridge
1 Open the front cover.
Front Cover
2 Open the top cover, pressing the blue lever on both sides of the top
cover.
Blue Lever
Top Cover
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3 Remove the stopper from the printing cartridge.
Stopper
4 Turn the black spool on the right clock wise to tighten the ribbon as
shown.
Indented Arrow
Black Spool
5 Install the printing cartridge by inserting the indented
first and
placing the cartridge into its four holders.
6 Push down on both sides of the top cover to close securely.
7 Close the front cover.
The starter cartridge prints approximately 90 pages.
I N S TA L L AT I O N
Load Paper
The paper cassette can hold about 100 sheets of paper.
1 Open the paper cover.
2 Place up to 100 sheets of paper in the cover. Do not allow the level of
paper to pass the maximum paper line on the paper guides.
3 Close the paper cover.
Maximum Paper Line
Paper Guides
Acceptable Paper
Size
: A4
Weight
: 64 g/m2 – 90 g/m2
Thickness : 0.08 – 0.10 mm
Connect the Handset
Connect the curled handset cord to the bottom of the handset and to the
side of the machine.
(Example for U.K.)
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Connect the Power Cord
When you connect the power, the screen displays 01/01 00:00 FAX.
NOTICE:
1) This fax must be earthed using a 3-pin plug.
2) Since the machine is earthed through the power outlet, you can
protect yourself from potentially hazardous electrical conditions on
the telephone network by keeping the power to your machine on
when you connect it to a telephone line. Similarly, you can protect
yourself when you want to move your machine, by disconnecting the
telephone line first, and then the power cord.
3) Lightning and power surges can damage this product! We
recommend that you use a quality surge protection device on the AC
power line as well as on the telephone line, or unplug the lines during
a lightning storm.
IMPORTANT:
If you need to remove the moulded mains plug in order to
fit an appropriate type, you must discard the moulded plug
immediately having cut it off, in order that it is not
inadvertently inserted into a live socket, thus presenting a
shock hazard. The wires in the mains lead of this
appliance are coloured in accordance with the following
code.
Green-and-yellow : Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by
or coloured
the letter “E” or by the safety earth symbol
green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter “N” or coloured
black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter “L” or coloured
red.
Connect the Telephone Line
Connect one end of the telephone line cord to the jack labelled LINE on
the left side of the machine. Connect the other end to a wall jack.
I N S TA L L AT I O N
IMPORTANT:
The PC interface is a SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) port
as defined in EN41003. It must only be connected with a
SELV circuit; only the MFL Pro for Fax cable kit (available
in an option pack), satisfies this requirement.
Multi-Line Connections (PABXs)
Most offices use a central telephone system. While it is often relatively
simple to connect the machine to a key system or a PABX (Private
Automatic Branch Exchange), we suggest that you contact the company
that installed your telephone system and ask them to connect the machine
for you. It is advisable to have a separate line for the machine. You can
then leave the machine in FAX ONLY Mode to receive faxes any time of
day or night.
If the machine is to be connected to a multi-line system, ask your
installer to connect the unit to the last line on the system. This prevents
the unit from being activated each time a telephone call is received.
If you are installing the machine to work with a PABX:
1 It is not guaranteed that the unit will operate correctly under all
circumstances with a PABX. Any cases of difficulty should be
reported first to the company that handles your PABX.
2 If all incoming calls will be answered by a switchboard operator, it is
recommended that the Answer Mode be set to MANUAL. All
incoming calls should initially be regarded as telephone calls.
3 The unit may be used with either pulse or tone dialling telephone
service.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
This equipment has a REN value of 1. A BT line has a “bell ringing”
capacity, or REN, of 4. This means that adding downstream-connected
extension telephones and/or extension bells to a total REN of greater
than 4 may cause a reduction in the bell volume. In extreme cases, it
may cause the auto-answer facility of the machine to fail.
Therefore, up to three additional extension telephones (each assuming a
REN of 1), may be connected downstream of your machine. For an
explanation of “downstream connection, read “Using extension
telephones” which follows.
Unless otherwise marked, a telephone provided by BT may be assumed
to have a REN value of 1.
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Using Extension Telephones
It may be that your premises are already wired with parallel extension
telephones, or you intend to add extension telephones to your line, in
addition to your machine. While the simplest arrangement is
straightforward parallel connection, there are some reasons as to why this
arrangement will cause unsatisfactory service, the most obvious of which
is inadvertent interruption of a facsimile transmission by someone
picking up an extension telephone in order to make an outgoing call.
Additionally, remote activation may not operate reliably in such a simple
configuration.
This machine may also be set to make a delayed transmission (i.e. a
transmission at a pre-set time). This pre-set job may coincide with
someone picking up an extension handset.
Such problems can easily be eliminated however, if you arrange
modification of your extension wiring circuit, such that extension devices
are connected “downstream” of your machine, in a master/slave
configuration. In such a configuration, this machine can always detect
whether a telephone is in use, thus it will not attempt to seize the line
during that time. This is known as “telephone off-hook detection.”
The inadvisable configuration is shown in figure 1 below, and the
recommended master/slave configuration is shown in figure 2.
This new connection configuration can be arranged by your contacting
BT, Kingston upon Hull Telecommunications, your PABX maintainer or
a qualified telephone installation company as appropriate. Simply
explained, the extension telephone circuit should be terminated on a
normal modular plug (BT 431A style), which in turn should be inserted
into the modular socket of the white “T”-shaped connector provided as
part of the line cord assembly.
EXTENSION
SOCKET
EXTENSION
SOCKET
MASTER
SOCKET
INCOMING
LINE
FAX
INADVISABLE CONNECTION OF EXTENSION SOCKETS
Fig. 1.
DISCONNECT
EXTENSION
SOCKET
EXTENSION
SOCKET
MASTER
SOCKET
INCOMING
LINE
FAX
FAX MACHINE MUST BE PLUGGED
INTO MASTER SOCKET
RECOMMENDED CONNECTION OF EXTENSION SOCKETS
Fig. 2.
I N S TA L L AT I O N
Connecting an External Telephone
Answering Device (TAD)
Connections
1 You may connect an external TAD to your machine, as shown below.
TAD
TAD
(Example
for U.K.)
2 Set the number of rings to one or two on your external TAD. (The fax
machine’s Ring Delay setting does not apply.)
3 Record the outgoing message on your external TAD (see below).
4 Set the external TAD to answer calls.
5 Set MESSAGE STORE (Function menu 8-1) to VOICE:EXT.
(Only for FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)
6 Set the Answer Mode to TAD:ANSWER MACH. (Only for FAX920 and MFC-925)
On the FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail, set the Answer Mode to
TAD:MSG MGR.
Do not connect a TAD elsewhere on the same phone line––your machine
and TAD will both try to control the line.
Outgoing Message (OGM) of External TAD
Timing is important in recording this message.
1 Record four seconds of silence at the beginning of your message.
(This allows your machine time to listen for the fax CNG tones of
automatic transmissions before they stop.)
2 Try to record the shortest possible message on your telephone
answering device (ideally less than 10 seconds).
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3 End your message by giving your Remote Activation Code for
people sending manual faxes. For example:
“After the beep, leave a message or send a fax manually by pressing
51.”
Please note that some faxes that are sent manually cannot be received
automatically because some fax machines do not send a fax tone in
manual mode. In these cases you must inform callers that they must enter
the remote activation code to send a fax.
Sequence of External TAD Reception
When you leave your machine set in TAD mode, all calls will be
answered by the externally connected telephone answering device, and
fax calls will be received automatically provided they come from a
machine which sends standard CalliNG tone (CNG).
Incoming Call
The call is picked up
by the TAD.
(Recommended short
TAD ring delay such
as 1 or 2 rings.)
Fax reception is
automatically
activated by
fax tone.
Auto dial
fax call
The external TAD
outgoing message
begins (recommended
length of 10 seconds
or less).
Manual
fax call
The caller must press
Start or enter your
remote activation
code to activate the
machine and press
Start.
Voice call
The fax message
is received on
paper.
The caller leaves a
voice message on the
external TAD.
The fax message is
received on paper.
The caller can also
send a fax message
after the voice message.
I N S TA L L AT I O N
Connecting an External Telephone
Your machine is equipped with a handset that you can use as a regular
phone. However, you can also connect a separate telephone to your
machine, as shown below.
(Example
for U.K.)
External
Telephone
Extension
Telephone
Whenever this external phone (or TAD) is in use, the screen displays
EXT. TEL IN USE, and, if the fax handset is lifted, an alarm sounds.
To disconnect the call on the external phone and switch to the fax, lift the
handset and press Tel or just press Speaker Phone.
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Changing the Ribbon
1 Remove the printing cartridge containing the used ribbon from the
machine. (See this chapter “Install the Printing Cartridge”.)
Position the printing cartridge (as shown in the illustration) paying
special attention to the position of the blue gear.
For optimum print quality and product performance within
published specifications, use only the correct Brother
replacement ribbon. The use of other ribbons may invalidate
your warranty. Refer to “Accessory List” in this manual for the
replacement ribbon.
Blue Gear
2 Take the ribbon out of the cartridge.
Used Ribbon
Cartridge
I N S TA L L AT I O N
3 Remove the gears and spools from the ends of the cardboard cores.
Blue Gear
White Gear
Black Spool
4 Install the gears and spools into the cardboard cores of the new
ribbon. Pay special attention to the position of the ribbon as shown in
the illustration.
Blue Gear
New Ribbon
White Gear
Black Spool
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5 Place the ribbon in the cartridge as shown in the illustration. Make
sure the gears and spools are positioned correctly.
Blue Gear
White Gear
Black Spool
See
“Install the
Printing
Cartridge”
chap. 2
6 Carefully, tighten the ribbon and put the cartridge back into the
machine.
Blue Gear
Black Spool
White Gear
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C H A P T E R
T H R E E
On-Screen
Programming
User-Friendly Programming
See
“Using This
Manual”
chap. 1
We have designed your fax machine with on-screen programming and a
Help key. User-friendly programming helps you take full advantage of all
the functions your machine has to offer.
Since your programming is done on the LCD, we created step-by-step
on-screen prompts to help you program your machine. All you need to do
is follow the prompts as they guide you through the function menu
selections and programming options and settings.
Function Mode
You can access the Function Mode by pressing Menu.
When you enter the Function Mode, your machine displays a list of main
menu options from which you can choose. These options appear one after
the other on the display. Select an option by pressing Set when the option
appears on the LCD.
You can “scroll” more quickly through options by pressing X. When
the screen displays your selection, press Set. (Use Z to scroll
backward if you passed your choice or to save key strokes. Both arrow
keys show all options, in the opposite order.)
When you finish a function, the screen displays ACCEPTED.
If you want to exit the Function Mode, press Stop.
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Alternating Displays
The LCD sometimes alternates between the currently selected option,
and a help message giving brief instructions about how to proceed. The
display you’ll probably see most often is shown below, showing you that
when you place a document in the feeder, you can either dial a number to
send it as a fax or press the copy key to make a copy of the document.
FAX: NO. & START
COPY: PRESS COPY
MAIL:PRESS EMAIL
Function Selection Table
If you have a basic understanding of how to program your machine, you
can perform most of the programming settings without the Owner’s
Manual. To help you understand the function selections, options, and
settings that are available, use the Function Selection Table below.
1. INITIAL SETUP
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. TONE/PULSE
Selects the dialling mode.
TONE
4
2. DATE/TIME
Enter date and time for LCD
display and to print on
transmissions.
--
4
3. STATION ID
Program the name, fax number -and telephone number to appear
on each transmitted page.
4
4. BEEPER
Adjust the volume level of the
beeps when you press a key, an
error occurs or a document is
sent or received.
4
5. PBX
Turn on if PABX (Private
OFF
Automatic Branch Exchange) is
connected to your machine.
4
6. CLOCK CHANGE
Adjust the machine’s clock by
one hour for summer/winter
time.
4
LOW
--
ON-SCREEN PROGRAMMING
2. SETUP RECEIVE
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. RING DELAY
Number of rings before the
machine answers in F/T, FAX
or TAD (Message Manager)
mode.
RING DELAY:02 5
TOLL SAVER:OFF
(FAX-930 and FAX940 E-mail Only)
2. F/T RING TIME
Sets the time for “F/T pseudoring” in F/T mode.
30
5
3. FAX DETECT
Receive fax messages without
pressing the Start key.
ON
5
4. REMOTE CODE
Enter code to activate or
deactivate machine from a
remote location.
OFF
( 51, #51)
5
5. REDUCTION
Reduces size of image.
AUTO
5
6. MEM.RECEIVE
Automatically stores any
incoming faxes in its memory
if it runs out of paper.
ON
5
7. POLLING RX
You call another fax machine to -receive a fax from it.
8. PC INTERFACE
Fax Receive Only/PC Priority/
(With MFL Pro for Fax) PC Receive Only
5
PC PRIORITY See Quick
Start Guide
for MFL
Pro for Fax
3. SETUP SEND
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. COVERPG SETUP
Automatically sends a cover
page you program or prints a
sample coverpage.
OFF
6
--
6
2. COVERPAGE NOTE Program customized message
for fax cover page.
3. CONTRAST
Change lightness or darkness of AUTO
a fax you are sending.
6
4. RESOLUTION
Allows you to change
resolutions page by page.
STANDARD
6
5. OVERSEAS MODE Adjusts for sometimes difficult
overseas transmissions.
OFF
6
6. CALL RESERVE
You can send a fax, then speak
or print a sample call back
message.
OFF
6
7. TIMER
Send documents later.
--
6
8. POLLED TX
Set Polled Transmission for
someone to poll your fax
machine to receive a fax.
--
6
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4. CANCEL JOB
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
Cancel a delayed fax or polling
job.
5, 6
5. INTERRUPT
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
Send a fax now, even if you
have the machine set to send a
fax later, or if you have it set
for Polling.
6
6. SET QUICK-DIAL
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. ONE-TOUCH DIAL Dial numbers stored in memory
by pressing only one key.
--
7
2. S.TEL GROUP
Use for setting up the name of
each Super Tel-Index group
assigned to 4 upper Quick-Dial
keys.
--
7
3. S.TEL INDEX
You can store names/numbers
for up to 32 locations on the
4 upper Quick-Dial keys as
Super Tel-Index.
--
7
4. SETUP GROUPS
Set up a Group number for
broadcasting.
--
7
7. PRINT REPORTS
Function
Description
1. XMIT REPORT
Factory Set Chapter
OFF
12
2. JOURNAL
Print lists and reports of
JOURNAL:OFF 12
3. QUICK-DIAL
activity.
--
12
4. SYSTEM SETUP
(Details in chapter 12)
--
12
--
12
5. MEMORY STATUS
ON-SCREEN PROGRAMMING
8. REMOTE FAX OPT (FAX-920 and MFC-925 Only)
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. FAX FWD
Set your fax machine to
forward faxes.
OFF
9
2. FAX STORAGE
Store incoming faxes in
memory for remote retrieval.
OFF
9
3. REMOTE ACCESS Set code for retrieving faxes.
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9
4. PRINT DOCUMENT Print incoming faxes stored in
the memory.
--
5
8. SETUP TAD (FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail Only)
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. MESSAGE STORE Select if memory will store fax,
voice or both.
DOC:OFF
VOICE:ON
10
2. BACKUP PRINT
Automatically prints a copy of
faxes received into memory.
ON
10
3. OGM
Select/Record outgoing
message.
TAD MESSAGE 5, 10
4. ICM MAX. TIME
Select maximum length of
incoming messages.
35 seconds
30 seconds
(For Ireland)
10
ON
5. ICM REC. MONITR Select ON or OFF for
voice messages as they come in.
10
6. FAX FWD/PAGING Set fax machine to forward
fax/message––OR––to call
your pager.
OFF
10
7. REMOTE ACCESS Set code for retrieving
messages.
159
10
9. SETUP MM PLUS (FAX-930 Only)
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. MSG MGR PLUS
Select ON or OFF.
OFF
11
2. OGM
Record outgoing
announcements for first level
and second level.
MSG MGR PLUS
11
3. MAILBOX
Select primary (default)
mailbox.
--
11
4. VOICE INFO
Store the voice information for
each Voice-on-Demand.
--
11
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0. MISCELLANEOUS
Function
Description
Factory Set Chapter
1. CALLER ID
(Only for the U.K.)
View and dial back, or print a
list of the last 30 Caller IDs
stored in memory.
ON
5
2. BT CALLSIGN
(Only for the U.K.)
Use with BT Call Sign.
OFF
See BT Call
Sign Sheet.
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C H A P T E R
F O U R
Initial
Setup
Getting Started
Setting the Dialling Mode (Tone/Pulse)
Your machine is initially set to TONE. If you are using a PULSE dial
line, you can change the setting to PULSE by following the steps below.
1 Press Menu, 1, 1. The screen prompts you to select TONE or
PULSE.
DIALLING:TONE
DIALLING:PULSE
2 Use Z or X to select the dialling mode.
3 Press Set when the screen displays the dialling mode you want.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Although this equipment can use either Pulse or Tone signalling, only the
performance of the Tone signalling is subject to regulatory requirements
for correct operation. It is therefore strongly recommended that the
equipment is set to use the Tone signalling for access to public or private
emergency services. The Tone signalling also provides faster call set up.
Setting the Date and Time
Your machine displays the date and time, and prints it on every fax you
send.
In the event of a power failure, the machine maintains date and time
information for about 15 hours. All other settings remain unaffected.
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1 Press Menu, 1, 2. The screen prompts you to enter the year.
ENTER YEAR:XX
2 Enter the last two digits of the year. The screen displays your entry.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the month.
ENTER MONTH:XX
4 Enter two digits for the month (for example, enter 09 for September,
or 10 for October). The screen displays your entry.
5 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the day.
ENTER DAY:XX
6 Enter two digits for the day (for example, 06). The screen displays
your entry.
7 Press Set. The screen prompts you to set the time.
ENTER TIME:XX:XX
8 Enter the time in 24-hour format (for example, enter 15:25 for 3:25
PM).
9 Press Set.
10 Press Stop. The screen now displays the date and time you set, and
displays it whenever the machine is standing by.
Setting the Station ID
See
“Composing
Electronic
Cover page”
chap. 6
You can store your name, fax number, and telephone number to be
printed on all fax pages that you send.
It is important that you enter the fax and telephone numbers in the
internationally standardised format, i.e. in accordance with the following
strict sequence:
-
The “+” (plus) character
-
Your Country Code (e.g. “44” for the United Kingdom, “41” for
Switzerland)
-
Your local area code minus any leading “0” (“9” in Spain)
-
A space
-
Your number on the local exchange, using spaces to aid readability
as appropriate.
As an example, your machine is installed in the United Kingdom, is to
be used for both fax and voice calls, and your national telephone number
is 0555 5444, then you must set the fax and telephone number parts of
your station ID as: +44 555 5444
INITIAL SETUP
1 Press Menu, 1, 3. The screen prompts you to enter your fax number.
FAX:
See
“Entering
Text”
in this
chapter
2 Enter your fax number (up to 20 digits). The screen displays your
entry.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter your telephone number.
TEL:
4 Enter your telephone number (up to 20 digits). If your telephone
number and fax number are the same, enter the same number again.
The screen displays your entry.
5 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter your name or your
company name.
NAME:
6 Use the dial pad to enter your name (up to 20 characters). (You can
use the following chart to help you enter letters.)
7 Press Set to confirm.
8 Press Stop. The screen returns to the date and time.
■ The telephone number you enter is used only for the Call Back
Message and Cover Page features.
■ If you do not enter a fax number, no additional information can be
entered.
■ To enter a space, press X once between numbers and twice
between characters.
■ If your Station ID has already been programmed, the screen prompts
“1” to make a change, or “2” to exit without changing.
Entering Text
When you are setting certain functions, such as the Station ID, you may
need to enter text into the machine. Most keys on the dial pad have three
or four letters printed above them. The keys for 0, #, and don’t have
printed letters because they are used for special characters.
By pressing the appropriate number on the dial pad the correct number of
times, you can access the character you want.
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Press Key
one time
two times three times four times
five times
2
A
B
C
2
A
3
D
E
F
3
D
4
G
H
I
4
G
5
J
K
L
5
J
6
M
N
O
6
M
7
P
Q
R
S
7
8
T
U
V
8
T
9
W
X
Y
Z
9
Inserting spaces
If you want to enter a blank space, press X twice.
Making corrections
If you entered a letter incorrectly and want to change it, press Z to
move the cursor after the last correct letter. Then press Stop; all letters
after the cursor are deleted. Re-enter the correct text and/or digits.
Repeating letters
If you need to enter a character assigned to the same key as the previous
character, press X to move the cursor to the right.
Special characters and symbols
Press
for
(space) ! ” # $ % & ’ ( )
Press # for
:;<=>?@[]^_
Press 0 for
ÄËÖÜÀÇÈÉ0
+,-./
Setting the Beeper Volume
You can set the beeper to LOW, HIGH or OFF. The machine comes set
to LOW. When the beeper is set to LOW or HIGH, the machine beeps
every time you press a key or make an error, and at the end of sending or
receiving a fax.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 1, 4.
Press Z or X to select your setting.
When the screen displays the setting you want, press Set.
Press Stop to exit.
INITIAL SETUP
PABX and TRANSFER
Your machine is initially set to be connected with PSTN (Public
Switched Telephone Network) lines. However many offices use a central
telephone system or Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX). Your
fax can be connected to most types of PABX. You can gain access to the
outside line from your fax connected to PABX by just pressing R.
Also, you can transfer a call to another extension by pressing R.
Setting PABX
If your machine is connected to a PABX system, set PBX:ON. If not, set
OFF.
1 Press Menu, 1, 5. The screen displays
PBX:OFF
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Stop to exit.
You can program an R keypress as part of a number stored in a One
Touch or Super Tel-Index location. When programming the One Touch or
Super Tel-Index number (Function menu 6-1 or 6-3) press R first (the
screen displays “!”), then enter the telephone number. If you do this, you
do not need to press R each time before you dial using a One Touch or
Super Tel-Index location. (See chapter 7.) However, if PBX is set to
OFF, you can’t use the One Touch or Super Tel-Index number that an R
keypress is programmed into.
Setting the Clock Change
You can easily let the machine’s clock gain or lose one hour by using this
feature.
1 Press Menu, 1, 6. The screen displays
TO SUMMER TIME ?
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select Summer Time to gain an hour or Winter
time to lose an hour.
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3 Press Set.
4 Press 1 to change to Winter Time or Summer Time––OR––Press 2 to
exit without changing.
Setting the Speaker Volume
You can adjust the speaker volume when your machine is onhook (after
the machine is onhook dialling––OR––after pressing Speaker Phone).
You can select one of three speaker volume levels (FAX-920 and MFC925)––OR––one of four levels (FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail). Also,
you can turn the volume OFF.
or
to adjust the volume level. The display shows the setting
Press
you are choosing.
Each key press changes the volume to the next setting. The new setting
will remain until you change it again.
If you have a FAX-930 or FAX-940 E-mail, you can adjust the speaker
volume while you are listening to your OGM (Outgoing Message) and
ICMs (incoming messages).
On the FAX-930 or FAX-940 E-mail, even if you have turned the
Incoming Recording Monitor OFF (Menu, 8, 5), you can turn the
and
but you will not be able to hear
Speaker up or down with the
callers leaving messages. Keep the Incoming Recording Monitor ON if
you want to screen your calls.
Setting the Ring Volume
You can adjust the ring volume when your machine is idle. You can turn
the ring OFF or you can select one of three ring volume levels (FAX-920
and MFC-925)––OR––one of four levels (FAX-930 and FAX-940
E-mail).
or
to adjust the volume level. With each key press, the
Press
machine rings so you can hear the current setting and the display shows
the setting you are choosing.
Each key press changes the volume to the next setting.
The new setting will remain until you change it again.
INITIAL SETUP
Memory Storage
Your machine is equipped with an internal battery that will keep the date
and time information for up to about 15 hours (FAX-930 and FAX-940),
about 9 hours (FAX-920 and MFC-925) after power has been cut off.
After that time, the date and time will be lost and you will have to reenter the information. In the event of a power failure, all settings in the
INITIAL SETUP, SETUP RECEIVE, SETUP SEND, SET QUICKDIAL, REMOTE FAX OPT and SETUP TAD functions are stored
permanently except POLLING RX, CONTRAST, RESOLUTION,
OVERSEAS MODE, CALL RESERVE, TIMER and POLLED TX.
On the FAX-930 or FAX-940 E-mail, it will retain the data for Out-ofPaper Reception, Memory Transmission, Message Manager and Message
Manager Plus for up to 6 hours after a power interruption.
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5
C H A P T E R
F I V E
Basic Receiving Operations
Select Answer Mode
Manual––You must answer all calls yourself. If you hear fax tones, press
Start or key 5 1 from an extension phone to begin receiving the fax,
then hang up.
Fax Only––The machine automatically answers every call as a fax call.
You cannot receive a voice call, but you can dial out and make a voice
call.
See
“F/T (Fax/
Tel) Mode
Only”
in this
chapter
F/T––The machine automatically answers every call. If the call is a fax,
it prints the fax. If the call is not a fax, it signals you with an F/T pseudoring, different from the phone company ringing, to alert you to pick up
the call. If you select this setting, you’ll need to set the Ring Delay and
F/T Ring Time features (on the following pages).
TAD (For FAX-920 and MFC-925)––This is the only setting in which
you can use an external answering machine. Your telephone answering
device is connected to your machine, and answers every call. Once the
external telephone answering device (TAD) answers, the machine listens
for fax tones. If it detects fax tones, it prints the fax.
The TAD setting works only with an external telephone answering device
(TAD). Ring Delay and F/T Ring Time do not work in this setting.
TAD (For FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)––The FAX-930/940 E-mail
provides you with a built-in digital Message Manager for fax and voice.
When you set the machine to answer calls, it will record up to 15 minutes
of messages. For more information about Message Manager operation,
please see chapter 9.
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Current
Answer Mode
MAN:
MANUAL
FAX:
FAX ONLY
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Set
FAX
Mode
F/T: FAX/TEL
Resolution
TAD: EXTERNAL ANSWERING SYSTEM
(Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925)
DT MODE
09/06 15:25
TAD
TAD: MSG MGR
(Only for FAX-930
and FAX-940 E-mail)
To select or change your Answer Mode
1 Press Mode. The screen displays your current selection.
The options on the FAX-920 and MFC-925 are:
FAX ONLY
FAX/TEL
TAD:ANSWER MACH.
MANUAL
The options on the FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail are:
FAX ONLY
FAX/TEL
MANUAL
Or, if TAD Mode is switched ON by pressing
(DIGITAL TAD
button), it overrides your Answer Mode Setting, so the display
shows:
TAD:MSG MGR
2 Continue to press Mode until your new selection appears. After 2
seconds, the screen returns to the date and time display, along with
your new Answer Mode setting.
If you’re changing Answer Mode while in another operation, the screen
returns to the current operation display.
SETUP RECEIVE
See
“Operation
from an
External or
Extension
Telephone”
and
“For F/T
(Fax/Tel)
Mode Only”
in this
chapter
Setting the Ring Delay
The Ring Delay setting determines the number of times the machine
rings before it answers.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 2, 1. If you have a FAX-920 or MFC-925, go to Step 4.
Press Z or X to select RING DELAY.
Press Set.
Press Z or X to select how many times the line rings before the
machine answers.
5 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
6 Press Stop to exit.
Setting the F/T Ring Time
You need to determine how long the machine will give its special F/T
pseudo-ring when you have a voice call. This ringing happens after the
initial ringing from the phone company. Only the machine rings, for 20,
30, 40, or 70 seconds; no other phones on the same line ring the special
F/T pseudo-ring.
1 Press Menu, 2, 2.
2 Press Z or X to select how long the machine will ring to alert
you that you have a voice call.
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
RING TIME:30 SEC
4 Press Stop to exit.
Now, when a call comes in and the machine is set to F/T Mode, all
phones on this line will ring the number of times you selected in Ring
Delay.
You can let the machine pick up and detect if it’s a fax or voice call. If
it’s a fax call, the machine prints the fax. If it’s a voice call, the machine
signals you with an F/T pseudo-ring for the length of time you selected
in F/T Ring Time.
Even if the caller hangs up during the F/T pseudo-ringing, the machine
continues the F/T pseudo-ringing for the set time.
Please note that some faxes cannot be received automatically in F/T
mode, because some fax machines do not send the standard Group 3
calling tone (“CNG”).
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IMPORTANT! This machine does not re-generate ringing conditions to
any extension telephones. Any such extension telephones will only ring
during the period set on ring delay.
Recording the Fax/Tel Outgoing
Announcement (F/T MESSAGE)
(Only for FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)
This is the announcement played by your machine (not an external TAD)
when someone calls and your machine is set to F/T mode. Although
callers hear your announcement, they cannot leave a message. To erase
the announcement, follow the directions in chapter 8, “Erasing the
Outgoing Message”.
1 Press Menu, 8, 3. The screen prompts you to choose F/T
MESSAGE, TAD MESSAGE or PAGING MSG.
2
3
4
5
6
Press Z or X to select F/T MESSAGE.
Press Set.
Press Record, then pick up the handset to record a message.
Replace the handset. Your announcement is played.
Press Stop to exit.
It is not necessary to have an outgoing message. The F/T mode will work
fine without one. It is only to help the caller understand the status of your
machine.
For example, you can leave a message that says:
“Hello, please wait, we are trying to connect you. If you wish to send a
fax, please wait until you hear a fax tone and press the Start key, or, press
51 (your three-digit remote activation code) and press the Start key.”
Fax Detect
See
“Operation
from an
External or
Extension
Telephone”
and
“For F/T
(Fax/Tel)
Mode Only”
in this
chapter
When you use this feature, you don’t have to press Start when you
answer a fax call and hear calling beeps. Just hold the handset and wait
for several seconds. When you see RECEIVE on the fax screen or when
you hear “chirps” through the handset of an extension phone connected
to another wall jack, just replace the handset, and your machine does the
rest. Selecting ON allows the machine to receive fax calls automatically,
even if you lift the handset of an extension phone or a phone or TAD
connected to the machine. Selecting SEMI lets the fax machine receive
the call only if you’ve answered it at the machine. Selecting OFF means
you’ll have to activate the machine yourself, by pressing Start or by
pressing 5 1 if you are not at your machine.
SETUP RECEIVE
In case Fax Detect does not work, because of a poor phone line
connection, just press Start or press the Activation Code 5 1.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 2, 3.
Use Z or X to select ON, SEMI or OFF.
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Stop to exit.
If you’ve set the feature to ON, but your machine doesn’t automatically
connect a fax call when you lift an external or extension phone handset,
press 5 1.
At the machine, lift the handset and press Start.
Printing a Reduced Incoming Document
You can always reduce the size of an incoming fax to a fixed percentage
with your machine. If you choose AUTO, the machine chooses the level
of reduction for you regardless of the original size of the incoming
document.
1 Press Menu, 2, 5. The screen displays
5.REDUCTION
2 Use Z or X to select the reduction ratio you want—AUTO,
100%, 93%, 87%, or 75%. Choose 100% if you don’t want a
reduction.
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Stop to exit.
If you receive faxes that are split on two pages, change the reduction to
AUTO––OR––choose a lower reduction percentage.
NOTE: ■ When you use Auto Reduction to reduce incoming
documents to fit on one page of recording paper, you can do
so only as long as the original document is not longer than
35 cm. If the original is longer than 35 cm, the data will not
be reduced and will carry over to print on a second page.
■ When you use Auto Reduction and you receive an incoming
document that is smaller than your recording paper, no
reduction will take place, and you will get the same size
recorded as the original.
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Reception into Memory
As soon as the paper cassette becomes empty during fax reception, the
screen will display “CHECK PAPER”; please put some paper in the
paper cassette (see chap. 1).
If the MEMORY RECEPTION switch is ON at this time…
The current fax reception will continue, with the remaining page(s) being
stored in memory, subject to available memory. Subsequent incoming
faxes will also be stored into memory until the memory is full, following
which no further incoming fax calls will be automatically answered; all
data will be printed as soon as fresh paper is put in the paper cassette.
If the MEMORY RECEPTION switch is OFF at this time…
The current fax reception will continue, with the remaining page(s) being
stored in memory, subject to available memory. Subsequent incoming fax
calls will not be automatically answered until fresh paper is put in the
paper cassette. The last fax received will be printed as soon as fresh
paper is put in the cassette.
1 Press Menu, 2, 6. The screen displays
6.MEM.RECEIVE
2 Use Z or X to select ON or OFF.
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Printing a Fax from Memory
(Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925)
See
“Setting Fax
Storage”
chap. 9
If you have fax storage ON for remote retrieval, you can still print a fax
from the machine’s memory when you are at your machine:
1 Press Menu, 8, 4.
2 Press Start.
3 Press Stop.
SETUP RECEIVE
Advanced Receiving Operations
Operation from an External or Extension
Telephone
If you answer a fax call on an external or extension phone, you can make
your machine take over by using the Activation Code. When you press
the Activation Code 5 1, the machine starts to receive a fax.
See
“F/T Ring
Time”
in this
chapter
If the machine answers a voice call and double-rings for you to take over,
use the Deactivation Code # 5 1 to take the call at an extension phone.
The Deactivation Code is used only in F/T mode.
If you answer a call, and no one is on the line, assume you’re receiving a
fax. At the machine phone, press Start, then hang up. At an extension
phone, press 5 1, wait for fax receiving tones (chirps), then hang up.
At an external phone, press 5 1 and wait for the phone to be
disconnected (the screen displays RECEIVE) before you hang up. (Your
caller will have to press Start to send the fax.)
If you accidentally pick up an extension phone when a fax message is
being received, you may disrupt the transmission or render some portions
unreadable.
See
“Outgoing
Message
(OGM) of
External
TAD”
chap. 2
Extension telephones are not permitted in some countries, in such a case
the deactivation code will not work.
The Remote Activation Code also can be used by your callers. When you
are using an external TAD, your outgoing message (OGM) should end
with the statement “to send a fax, press 5 1”.
For F/T (Fax/Tel) Mode Only
When the machine is in F/T mode, it will use the F/T Ring Time (F/T
pseudo-ringing) to alert you to a voice call. If you’re at the machine, you
can lift the handset to answer.
If you’re at an extension phone, you’ll need to lift the handset during the
F/T Ring Time and press # 5 1 between the F/T pseudo-rings. If no one
is on the line, or if someone wants to send you a fax, send the call back
to the machine by pressing 5 1.
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Changing Remote Codes
Remote Codes might not work with some telephone systems. The preset
Activation Code is 5 1. The preset Deactivation Code is # 5 1.
If you are always disconnected when accessing your external TAD
remotely, try changing the Activation Code from 5 1 to # # # and the
Deactivation Code from # 5 1 to 1 1 1. You cannot use the same number
for the Activation Code and the Deactivation Code.
To change Remote Codes
1 Press Menu, 2, 4.
2 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
REMOTE ACT.:ON
3 Press Set when the screen displays the setting you want.
4 If you want to, enter a new Remote Activation Code, then press Set.
ACT.CODE:*51
5 If you want to, enter a new Remote Deactivation Code, then press
Set.
DEACT.CODE:#51
6 Press Stop to exit.
SETUP RECEIVE
Caller ID (Caller IDentification)
Caller ID is a telephone service that allows the subscriber to see a
display of the caller’s phone number as the telephone rings. It is a fast
way to screen your calls. You can respond quickly to calls you missed,
because Caller IDs are received and stored in your machine’s memory. In
addition to the standard Caller ID features, you can select a Caller ID and
have your machine dial the number for you.
NOTE: ■ To get the Caller ID Service: apply for the Caller ID service
at your local telephone company, if available.
■ To PABX Users :
Calling line identification signals are not generally delivered
to your Brother fax machine if it is connected behind a
private branch exchange (PBX) system or other call routing
device.
Advantages of Caller ID
For Business
All businesses profit from a quicker response to customer calls.
Businesses that provide mail order services, money-lending services or
provide confidential information, can protect themselves from false
orders or acceptance of false identification.
At Home
Residential customers can protect themselves from unwanted calls.
Set the Caller ID to ON
If you have BT Caller ID on your line, then this function should be set to
ON to display the caller’s phone number on the fax LCD as the
telephone rings.
1 Press Menu, 0, 1. The screen displays;
DISPLAY ID
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to choose ON.
3 Press Set.
4 Press Stop to exit.
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How Does the Caller ID Work?
The Caller ID Appears on the Display When Your
Telephone Rings
As your telephone rings, the display shows you the caller’s phone
number. Once you pick up the handset, the caller’s ID disappears. You
will see up to the first 16 characters of the number on the display.
Helpful Hints
■ If “# UNAVAILABLE” appears on the display, it means that the call
came from outside your caller ID service area. *
■ If “# WITHHELD” appears on the display, it means the caller
intentionally blocked the transmission of his/her ID. *
■ If no caller ID was transmitted to your fax machine, “PICK UP
PHONE” will remain on the display.
* Depends on network Function.
The Caller ID is Stored in Your Machine’s Memory
The machine can store a maximum of the last 30 incoming caller IDs in
the memory, along with the time and date of reception. The 31st call will
cause the oldest ID to be erased.
The Caller ID information stored in the memory can be used for the
following.
■ Selecting a Caller ID from the Memory for Call Reply.
You can scroll through the Caller IDs on the display and select one
for your machine to dial. (See page 49)
■ Printing the Caller ID List.
You can review calls you received by checking the Caller IDs in
memory. This report will list the Date, Time, Phone Number (Caller
ID), and type of call (Comment).
NOTE: Please set up the number of rings to more than 02 in the Ring
Delay (See “Setting the Ring Delay” in this chapter.) before you
use the Caller ID. If you set up the number of rings to 01, you
cannot receive the Caller ID.
SETUP RECEIVE
Selecting a Caller ID from the Memory for Call
Reply
You can display the caller IDs that are stored in the memory and select
the caller you want your machine to dial. Call Reply is a convenient
feature whereby your Brother fax can dial back a voice/fax call “onhook” to the opposite party associated with a Caller ID number which
has been captured into memory. This saves you from having to copy and
dial back to that number manually. (You can skip to Step 2 below by
Pressing the Shift and Super Tel-Index simultaneously.)
1 Press Menu, 0, 1. The screen displays;
DISPLAY ID
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select DISPLAY ID.
3 Press Set. The caller ID of the last call will appear on the display.
If no ID is stored, the beeper will sound and “NO CALLER ID” will
appear on the display.
4 Press Z or X to scroll through the Caller IDs in the memory.
25)5555151
5 Press Set to automatically dial the Caller ID number. Wait until the
screen prompts you to press the Start key.
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PRESS START KEY
6 Press Start.
DIALLING
TELEPHONE
If you wish to send a fax, insert a document into the feeder.
Then press Start.
To cancel the Call Reply (for example, when you selected the Wrong
Caller ID), simply press Stop and begin again ; the Caller ID will not be
lost.
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To Activate Certain Network Services When Using Call
Reply
It may be desired (in order to activate certain network services), to insert
a special prefix to be dialled in front of the Caller ID number when
using the Call Reply feature. Some examples of such network services
are :
* Your outgoing Caller ID withheld
The required prefix, typically three to six digits (including # and
symbols) in length, may be inserted after displaying the desired Caller ID
in step 4 on the previous page. (You can enter the prefix up to 20 digits
on the machine. ) The complete number string including the prefix will
then be dialled by pressing Start.
Previous
( page
) Select the desired Caller ID, wait 2 seconds until you see the date and
Step 4. time the caller ID was received.
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PRESS START KEY
Enter the prefix by using number keys up to 20 digits.
-
The display will be cleared when you press any of the number keys.
-
To cancel the prefix (such as when you entered the wrong number),
simply press Stop.
The display will return to the desired Caller ID you selected.
-
If you press Stop again, the machine will return to the current date
and time display. You are no longer in the call reply mode.
-
Any problems or queries in using network services should be raised
in the first instance with your network operator(s).
-
With Call Reply, automatic redial does not function in cases where
the called party is busy or doesn’t answer.
Call Reply to DDI numbers via Caller ID
Calls derived from a caller ID number to destinations connected to a
“Direct Dial Inward (DDI)” private exchange system may fail to connect,
or may be answered in the first instance by the called premises’ main
switchboard rather than by the intended extension. Brother is not liable
for any call charges thus incurred.
SETUP RECEIVE
Clearing the Caller ID Stored in Memory
(Only for FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)
For the effective use of the memory, it is recommended that you should
clear the Caller ID stored into memory by pressing Erase when the
display shows the number.
Printing Caller ID List
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 0, 1.
Press Z or X to select PRINT REPORT.
Press Set.
Press Start.
Polling
Polling is the process of retrieving faxes from another machine. You can
use your machine to “poll” other machines, or you can have someone
poll your machine.
All parties involved in polling need to set up their machines to
accommodate polling. When someone polls your machine to receive a
fax, they pay for the call; if you poll someone’s fax machine to receive a
fax, you pay for the call. (See “Setup for Polling Transmit” in chapter 6.)
Secure Polling
Secure Polling is a way to keep your documents and others’ from falling
into the wrong hands while the fax machines are set up for polling. You
can use Secure Polling only with another Brother fax machine. Your
four-digit ID number must be entered on the fax machine that polls for
your documents.
Some machines do not respond to the polling function.
Setup for Polling Receive
Polling Receive is when you call another fax machine to receive a fax
from it.
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1 Press Menu, 2, 7.
The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to choose STANDARD.
3 Press Set.
The screen prompts you to enter the fax number you want to poll,
and then to press Start.
ENTER FAX NO.
THEN PRESS START
4 Enter the fax number you are polling.
5 Press Start. The screen displays DIALLING.
Setup for Polling Receive with Secure Code
You need to make sure you are using the same ID number as the other
party.
1 Press Menu, 2, 7.
The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to choose SECURE.
3 Press Set.
4 Enter a four-digit number.
This is the same as the security code of the fax machine you are
polling.
5 Press Set.
The screen prompts you to enter the fax number you want to poll,
and then to press Start.
ENTER FAX NO.
THEN PRESS START
6 Press Start.
SETUP RECEIVE
Setup Delayed Polling Receive
You can set your machine to begin Polling Receive at a later time.
1 Press Menu, 2, 7.
The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to choose TIMER.
3 Press Set.
4 The screen prompts you to enter the time you want to begin polling.
SET TIME=15:25
5 Enter the time (in 24-hour format) you want to begin polling. For
example, enter 21:45 for 9:45 PM.
6 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the fax number you are
polling.
ENTER FAX NO.
THEN PRESS START
7 Enter the fax number (you can use One Touch or Super Tel-Index, or
dial manually).
8 Press Start. The machine makes the polling call at the time you
entered.
You can set up only one Delayed Polling.
Sequential Polling
Your machine can request documents from several fax units in a single
operation. You just specify several destinations in Step 6. Afterward, a
Sequential Polling Report will be printed.
1 Press Menu, 2, 7.
The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
2 Press Z or X to choose STANDARD, SECURE or TIMER.
3 Press Set when the screen displays the setting you want.
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4 If you selected STANDARD, the screen prompts you to enter the fax
number you want to poll, and then to press Start.
ENTER FAX NO.
THEN PRESS START
•
If you selected SECURE, enter a four-digit number and press
Set.
•
If you selected TIMER, enter the time (in 24-hour format) you
want to begin polling and press Set.
5 Specify the destination fax machines, which you wish to poll by
using One Touch, Super Tel-Index or a Group.
6 Press Start.
Your machine polls each number or group number in turn for a
document.
DIALLING
Cancelling a Scheduled Job
You can cancel tasks you’ve scheduled such as Delayed Fax, Delayed
Polling Receive or Polling Transmit.
1 Press Menu, 4. Any waiting jobs appear on the display. If nothing is
waiting, the screen displays NO JOB WAITING.
4.CANCEL JOB
2 If you have more than two jobs waiting, use Z or X to select the
job you want to cancel. Press Set when the screen displays your
selection.
––OR––
If you have only one job waiting, go to Step 3.
3 Press 1 to cancel––OR––Press 2 to exit without cancelling.
4 Press Stop to exit.
SETUP RECEIVE
Setting PC Interface Mode
(Only for MFC-925 or with Multi-Function Link
Pro for Fax option)
If you connect your machine to your PC, you can receive faxes into your
PC. See the Quick Start Guide to set up for Multi-Function Link for Fax.
After completing the setup for Multi-Function Link Pro for Fax, you can
select PC INTERFACE Mode (PC PRIORITY/PC RECEIVE ONLY/
FAX RECEIVE ONLY) for routing incoming faxes.
1 Press Menu, 2, 8. The screen displays:
8.PC INTERFACE
2 Press Z or X to select PC PRIORITY, PC RECEIVE ONLY or
FAX RECEIVE ONLY.
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Stop to exit.
This function is not available for FAX-940 E-mail.
Copy Functions
Your machine cannot scan anything closer than 4 mm from the edge of
the paper. Set the resolution to S.FINE or PHOTO.
1 Place document face down in the feeder.
2 Press Copy.
3 Press Copy. (If you press Set or just wait for 5 seconds before
pressing Copy, the screen prompts you to select a reduction or
enlargement ratio. See “Reducing and Enlarging Copies”.)
Do NOT pull on the paper while copying is in progress. To cancel, press
Stop.
Multiple Copies (For FAX-920/930/MFC-925 Only)
You can make multiple copies using your machine, and you can choose
whether the copies will be STACKED (all copies of page 1, then all
copies of page 2, etc.) or SORTED (collated).
1 Place the document face down in the feeder.
2 If you want copies “stacked,” press Copy.
––OR––
If you want copies “sorted” (collated), press Sort.
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3 Enter the number (1-99) of copies you want.
4 Press Copy. (If you press Set or just wait for 5 seconds before
pressing Copy, the screen then prompts you to select a reduction or
enlargement ratio. See “Reducing and Enlarging Copies”.)
If you selected SORT or STACK after pressing Copy and get a
“Memory Full” message while you are scanning the first page, press
Stop and restart to make a single copy. If you selected SORT and the
“Memory Full” message appears while scanning subsequent pages, you
can press Copy to copy the portion that is in memory, or press Stop to
cancel. To restart the copy job using less memory, press Copy for
stacked copies.
Reducing and Enlarging Copies (For FAX-920/930/
MFC-925 Only)
When making copies, you can reduce or enlarge the size of the printed
image. To reduce to the size of your selected paper automatically, select
AUTO. To select a reduction ratio, choose 93%, 87%, 75%, or 50%. To
enlarge a document, select 150%, 125% or 120%. To print a document
at its original size, select 100%.
1 Insert the document face down in the feeder.
2 Press Copy––OR––Sort.
3 Enter the number (1-99) of copies you want. For example, press 9 for
nine copies.
4 Press Set or just wait for 5 seconds.
5 Use Z or X to choose a reduction ratio setting.
6 Press Copy.
Multiple copies (For FAX-940 E-mail Only)
You can make multiples copies using your machine, and you can choose
whether the copies will be stacked (all copies of page 1, then all copies
of page 2, etc.) or sorted (collated). Also, you can reduce or enlarge the
size of the printed image. To reduce to the size of your selected paper
automatically, select Auto. To select a reduction ratio, choose 93%, 87%,
75% or 50%. To enlarge a document, select 150%, 125% or 120%. To
print a document at its original size, select 100%.
1 Insert the document face down in the feeder.
2 Press Copy.
3 Enter the number (1-99) of copies you want. For example, press 9 for
nine copies.
Press Set or just wait for 5 seconds.
Use Z or X to choose a reduction ratio setting.
Press Set.
4
5
6
7 Use Z or X to choose Sort or Stack.
8 Press Copy.
6
C H A P T E R
S I X
Before You Begin
■ Documents must be between 14.8 and 21.6 cm wide, and 15 and 60
cm long. Your fax machine can only scan an image 20.8 cm wide,
regardless of how wide the paper is.
■ Make sure you insert documents face down, top edge first.
■ Adjust the paper guides to fit the width of your document.
Paper
Guides
■ The automatic document feeder (ADF) can hold up to 10 pages,
See
“Resolution”
in this
chapter
feeding each one individually through the fax machine. Use standard
(64 g/m2~90 g/m2) paper when using the ADF; if you’re using
heavier paper, feed each sheet individually to prevent paper jams.
■ Press Resolution (before you send the fax) to select the resolution
for the document you’re sending.
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■ DO NOT use
• curled paper
• wrinkled paper
• folded paper
• ripped paper
• paper with staples
• paper with paper clips
• paper with paste
• paper with tape attached.
■ DO NOT use
• cardboard
• newspaper, or fabric.
■ DO NOT use
• paper on which correction fluid has been used
■ Make sure documents written with ink are completely dry.
Manual Transmission
Manual transmission lets you hear the dial tone, ringing and fax
receiving tones before sending the fax.
See
“One Touch
Dialling”
chap. 8
See
“Super
Tel-Index
Dialling”
chap. 8
1 Insert the document face down in the feeder.
2 Pick up the handset and listen for a dial tone—OR—press Speaker
Phone.
3 Enter the fax number you want to call. (You can enter the digits
using the dial pad or you can enter a One Touch or Super Tel-Index
number.)
4 When you hear the fax tone, press Start.
5 If you’re using the handset, hang up.
Automatic Transmission
This is the easiest way to send a fax.
IMPORTANT: Do not pick up the handset—OR—press Speaker
Phone.
1 Insert the document face down in the feeder.
2 Enter the fax number you want to call. (You can enter the digits
using the dial pad or you can enter a One Touch or Super Tel-Index
number.)
3 Press Start.
Manual and Automatic Fax Redial
If you’re sending a fax manually and the line is busy, you can retry the
number by pressing Redial/Pause.
1 Press Redial/Pause.
2 Press Start. (Only for Ireland)
If you’re sending a fax automatically and the line is busy, the machine
will automatically redial up to 4 times (3 times for Ireland) at 2 minute
intervals.
SETUP SEND
Basic Sending Operations
Composing an Electronic Cover Page
See
“Setup
Quick-Dial
Numbers”
chap. 7
The cover page is generated at the receiving party’s machine. Your cover
page includes the name stored in the One Touch or Super Tel-Index
memory. If you’re dialling manually, the name is left blank.
The cover page indicates the fax is from your Station ID, and the number
of pages you’re sending. If you have COVERPG SETUP set to ON
(Function menu 3-1), the number of pages remains blank.
You can select a comment to include on your cover page.
See
“Setting
Station ID”
chap. 4
1.NOTE OFF
2.PLEASE CALL
3.URGENT
4.CONFIDENTIAL
Instead of using one of the comments above, you can enter up to two
customized messages, each 27 characters long. Use the chart of
“Entering Text” in chap. 4 to help enter characters.
Cover Page for Next Fax Only
Make sure Station ID is set up (chapter 4). This feature does not work
without the Station ID.
You can set the fax to send a cover page with a particular document. This
cover page will include the number of pages in your document.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Insert the document in the feeder.
Press Menu, 3, 1.
Press Set when the screen displays NEXT FAX ONLY.
Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
Press Set.
Press Z or X to view the comment selections.
1.NOTE OFF
2.PLEASE CALL
3.URGENT
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4.CONFIDENTIAL
5.
(user defined)
6.
(user defined)
7 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
8 Enter two digits to indicate the number of pages you are sending.
(Enter 00 to leave the number of pages blank.) If you make a
mistake, press Z to back up and re-enter the number of pages.
9 Press Set. The screen displays:
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
10 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings, and go to Step 11.
11 Enter the fax number you’re calling.
12 Press Start.
Always Send Cover Page
Make sure Station ID is set up (chapter 4). This feature does not work
without the Station ID.
You can set the machine to send a cover page whenever you send a fax.
The number of pages in your fax is not included when you use this
setting.
1 Press Menu, 3, 1.
2 Press Z or X to select.
COVERPAGE:OFF
COVERPAGE:ON
3 Press Set when the screen displays COVERPAGE:ON. (If you
select ON, a coverpage is always sent when you send a fax.)
SETUP SEND
4 If you selected ON, the screen displays the cover page comment
options. Press Z or X to view comment selections.
1.NOTE OFF
2.PLEASE CALL
3.URGENT
4.CONFIDENTIAL
5.
(user defined)
6.
(user defined)
5 Press Set when the screen displays your selection. The screen
displays:
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
6 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 to exit if you are finished
choosing settings.
Using a Printed Cover Page
If you prefer using a printed cover page that you can write on, you can
print the sample page and attach it to your fax.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 3, 1.
Press Z or X to select PRINT SAMPLE.
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Start. Your machine prints a copy of your cover page.
=== COVER PAGE ===
TO:
FROM:
FAX:
TEL:
PAGE[S] TO FOLLOW
COMMENT:
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Cover Page Message
You can set up two custom comments.
Composing Your Own Comments
1 Press Menu, 3, 2. The screen displays: COVERPAGE NOTE.
2 Use Z or X to choose position 5 or 6 for your customized
comment.
3 Press Set.
4 Use the dial pad to enter your customized comment. (See pages 32 to 34).
5 Press Set. The screen displays:
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
6 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings and exit.
Contrast
If your document is very light or very dark, you might want to set the
contrast accordingly. Use LIGHT to send a light document. Use DARK
to send a dark document.
1
2
3
4
Insert the document, face down, in the feeder.
Press Menu, 3, 3.
Use Z or X to select AUTO, LIGHT, or DARK.
When the screen displays your selection, press Set. The screen
displays:
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
5 Press 2 if you are finished choosing settings, and go to Step 6––
OR––Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display
returns to Setup Send menu.
6 Enter a fax number and press Start to send a fax––OR––Press
Copy to make a copy.
SETUP SEND
Resolution
See
“Multiple
Resolution
Transmission”
in this
chapter
When you have a document in the feeder, you can use the Resolution
key. Press Resolution continuously until you see your selection on the
screen.
Standard—suitable for most typed documents.
Fine—good for small print; transmits a little slower than standard
resolution.
Super Fine—good for small print or artwork; transmits slower than fine
resolution.
Photo—use when document has varying shades of grey; slow
transmission time.
Advanced Sending Operations
Overseas Mode
After you send a fax using this feature, the feature turns itself off.
1 Insert the document.
2 Press Menu, 3, 5.
5.OVERSEAS MODE
3 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
4 Press Set when the screen displays your selection. The screen
displays
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
5 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings and go to Step 6.
6 Enter the fax number you’re calling.
7 Press Start.
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Memory Transmission
You can scan a fax into the machine’s memory to be sent as soon as the
scan is complete. This way, you don’t have to wait for the entire fax to be
transmitted before you retrieve your original.
If you get a MEMORY FULL message while scanning the first page of
a fax, press Stop to cancel the scan. If you get a MEMORY FULL
message while scanning in a subsequent page, you’ll have the option to
press Start to transmit the pages scanned so far, or to press Stop to
cancel the Quick Scan operation.
1 Insert the document in the feeder.
2 Press Help/Memory. The screen indicates how much memory is
available.
3 Enter the fax number.
4 Press Start to begin scanning the document into memory. Once the
scan is complete, the machine dials the call.
Call Reservation
You can send a fax and let the other party know that you want to speak to
him after the fax transmission is complete. The other fax machine will
ring as if it were receiving a telephone call; if the other party picks up the
handset, your machine will ring. Lift the handset to have a conversation.
If you set Call Reservation and Call Back message to ON, your machine
leaves a message if the other party does not answer.
1 Insert the document in the feeder.
2 Press Menu, 3, 6. The screen displays the current setting for Call
Reservation.
CALL RESERVE:OFF
CALL RESERVE:ON
3 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
4 If you set Call Reservation to ON, press Set when the screen
displays your selection. The screen displays the current setting for
Call Back Message.
CALL MESSAGE:OFF
CALL MESSAGE:ON
5 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
SETUP SEND
6 Press Set when the screen displays your selection. The screen
displays
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
7 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings, and go to Step 8. The screen prompts you to enter the fax
number you want to call.
8 Enter the fax number, and press Start.
9 If you’ve set Call Reservation to ON, pick up your handset if the
machine rings.
You cannot use auto redial with Call Reservation. You cannot use Call
Reservation with Delayed Transmission or with Polling. You must
register your Station ID to set Call Back Message to ON.
Print Sample Call Back Message
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 3, 6.
Press Z or X to select PRINT SAMPLE.
Press Set.
Press Start.
Delayed Transmission (Timer)
You can use this function to send a fax up to 24 hours later.
1 Insert the document in the feeder.
2 You can press Help/Memory to use memory transmission––OR––
leave the document in the feeder to be scanned at the specified time.
3 Press Menu, 3, 7.
4 Enter the time you want the fax to be sent, in 24-hour format (for
example, enter 19:45 for 7:45 PM).
5 Press Set. The screen displays
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
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6 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings and go to Step 7. The screen prompts you to enter the fax
number.
MEMORY
100%
ENTER FAX NO.
7 Enter the fax number, and press Start. The machine will wait until
the time you have entered to send the fax.
Broadcasting
See
“Setting
Number
Groups for
Broadcasting”
chap. 7
Using the numbers you have stored in Groups, One Touch and Super TelIndex memory, you can “broadcast” faxes automatically to up to 48
different locations in a few simple steps.
1 Insert the document in the feeder.
2 Press Help/Memory. The screen displays how much memory is
available.
3 Enter the One Touch and Super Tel-Index numbers (one after the
other) or Group Number you have stored.
4 Press Start. The machine stores the document in memory, then
transmits it to all the numbers you entered. If the line is busy, the
machine will retry.
Press Stop during transmission to cancel the current fax broadcast.
Next-Fax Reservation
Even if your fax is receiving another fax, you can set your machine to
send your fax next. This way, you don’t have to wait for it to finish
sending or receiving the other fax. You can dial this fax call manually, or
by using Redial or One Touch dialling. (When you use One Touch Dial,
only the memory location––not the name of the person you’re calling––
is displayed.)
1 Insert the documents in the feeder. If necessary, press Resolution to
adjust resolution.
2 Enter the fax number.
3 Press Start.
4 Press Set. The screen displays
NEXT-FAX RESERVD
5 To cancel the reservation, remove the documents and press Stop.
SETUP SEND
You can’t use this feature if there is a document waiting in the feeder
(possibly for Delayed Transmission or Polling Transmit), or when the
timer has been interrupted. Also, you can’t use Super Tel-Index for this
feature.
Multiple Resolution Transmission
Use this feature to select separate resolution settings for each page of the
fax you’re sending. This could be useful if you’re sending a fax with
photos and letters, or some pages with small print and others with normal
print. Resolution settings return to STANDARD after the fax is sent.
1 Inset documents in feeder, then press Menu, 3, 4.
2 Use Z or X to select resolution for page 1, then press Set.
3 Repeat Step 2 for subsequent pages. Press Stop when you’re
finished. The screen displays:
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
4 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings, and go to Step 5. The screen prompts you to enter the fax
number you want to call.
5 Enter the fax number you’re calling, and press Start.
If you want to copy a document using multiple resolutions, press Copy
in Step 5.
Setup for Polling Transmit
Polling Transmit is when you set up your fax machine to wait with a
document so another fax machine can retrieve it.
1 Place document to be retrieved in feeder.
2 Press Menu, 3, 8.
3 The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
SELECT { } & SET
4 Press Z or X to choose STANDARD.
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5 Press Set. The screen displays
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
See
“Interrupting
Timer and
Polling
Transmit
Jobs”
in this
chapter
6 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings and go to Step 7.
7 Press Start. The screen displays POLLED WAITING.
Once you set this feature, you will have to interrupt the timer to send a
fax (Menu, 5).
If you prefer to have the document waiting in memory, press Help/
Memory before pressing Start. In that case, you do not have to
interrupt the timer to send a fax.
Setup for Polling Transmit with Secure Code
When you set POLLING:SECURE to on, anyone who polls your
machine must enter the polling ID number.
1 Place document in feeder.
2 Press Menu, 3, 8.
3 The screen displays
POLLING:STANDARD
SELECT { } & SET
4
5
6
7
Press Z or X to choose SECURE.
Press Set.
Enter a four-digit number.
Press Set. The screen displays
ACCEPTED
NEXT
1.YES 2.NO
8 Press 1 if you want to select additional settings. The display returns
to the Setup Send menu––OR––Press 2 if you are finished choosing
settings and go to Step 8.
9 Press Start and wait for the fax to be polled.
SETUP SEND
Cancelling a Scheduled Job
You can cancel tasks you’ve scheduled such as Timer or Polling
Transmit.
1 Press Menu, 4. Any waiting jobs appear on the display. If no job is
waiting, the screen displays NO JOB WAITING.
4.CANCEL JOB
2 If you have more than two jobs waiting, use Z or X to select the
job you want to cancel. Press Set when the screen displays your
selection.
—OR—
If you have only one job waiting, go to Step 3.
3 Press 1 to cancel—OR—Press 2 to quit without cancelling.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Interrupting Timer and Polling Transmit Jobs
You can send a fax or make a copy now, even if you have the machine set
to send a fax later, or if you have it set to be polled. However, you cannot
use automatic redial or the function mode.
1 Press Menu, 5.
2 Wait 2 seconds, then remove the documents that are waiting in the
feeder.
INSERT DOCUMENT
3
4
5
6
Place the document you want to send now in the feeder.
Enter the number for the fax you want to send now.
Press Start.
After the transmission is finished, return the first document to the
feeder.
7 Press Menu, 5 to restore the timer.
If you set Timer or Polling Transmit using Help/Memory (that is, if you
have already scanned the document into the machine’s memory and will
send it from there), you don’t have to interrupt to send a fax or make a
copy.
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Multiple Transmission
Use this feature to send several different faxes to several destinations at
once. For example, you can automatically fax “Document A” to one
destination and “Document B” to another destination.
This is not to be confused with Broadcasting, which is sending a
document to many destinations.
If you wish, you can combine this function with Broadcasting so that you
can fax different documents to different lists of people at the same time.
To do this, store various sets of documents in memory. Then
automatically your machine will fax “Document A” to one list of people
and “Document B” to another list people. You can preset 3 different
documents including timer transmission in memory.
1 Insert “Document A” into the feeder.
2 Press Shift + Help/Memory together to send by Multiple
Transmission. The screen displays remaining memory.
MULTI TX
100%
ENTER FAX NO.
3 Enter the fax number. (Or a series of numbers if you are
broadcasting.)
4 Press Start to start scanning documents.
5 Insert “Document B” within 30 seconds after “Document A” has
been scanned. (If you wait more than 30 seconds to scan another
document, the machine will begin to send the document(s) it has in
memory.)
6 Repeat the Steps 2, 3, 4.
7 Insert “Document C” within 30 seconds of “Document B” being
scanned. (If there are no further pages after 30 seconds, your fax
machine starts sending “Document A” and “B”.)
8 Repeat Steps 2, 3 and 4.
9 After 30 seconds, your fax machine will start sending the documents
in scanned order.
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C H A P T E R
S E V E N
Storing Numbers for Easy Dialling
You can set up your machine to do three types of easy dialling: One
Touch, Super Tel-Index and Groups for Broadcasting of faxes.
Storing One Touch Dial Numbers
See
“One Touch
Dialling”
chap. 8
You can store 16 fax/phone numbers that you can dial by pressing one
key. You can also store names with these numbers. When you press a
Quick-Dial key, the screen displays the name or number as the call is
dialled.
Quick-Dial keys are not the dial pad keys. They are the 8 keys (numbers
1-16) located to the right of the dial pad. One Touch Numbers 9-16 are
accessed by holding down Shift while you press the appropriate QuickDial key.
1 Press Menu, 6, 1.
2 Press the Quick-Dial key where you want to store a number. The
screen displays the location you selected.
3 Enter a number (up to 20 digits).
4 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter a name for this number.
NAME:
5 Use the dial pad to enter the name (up to 15 characters). You can use
the chart of Entering Text in chapter 4 to help you enter letters—
OR—Go to Step 6 to store the number without a name.
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6 Press Set. The screen prompts you to select the type of number this
is. Use Z or X to select the type you want.
FAX
TEL
F/T
a fax only number
a telephone (voice) number
both a fax and telephone (voice) number
7 Press Set.
8 Return to Step 2 to store another One Touch dial number—OR—
Press Stop to exit.
When you dial a One Touch dial number, the screen displays the name
you’ve stored, or, if you haven’t stored a name, the number you’ve
stored.
Super Tel-Index
The upper row (1-4) of Quick-Dial keys have dual functions. When used
with Super Tel-Index they can store a total of 32 names and numbers.
This is known as Super Tel-Index dial.
Once you have registered Super Tel-Index names and numbers on QuickDial keys 1-4, you can search for a name alphabetically using the LCD.
This is an ideal way to give up to four people their own private
“directory” of fax and phone numbers. You could have one Super TelIndex key for mum’s use, one for dad’s, one for Paul’s phone and fax
numbers and one for Jane’s. Or you might use one Super Tel-Index key
to store numbers for your friends, another Super Tel-Index key to store
numbers for your family and another to store numbers for restaurants.
Super Tel-Index
Help/Memory
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
13
14
15
16
(Example of FAX-930)
Quick-Dial Keys
SETUP QUICK-DIAL NUMBERS
Assigning Each of the Four Super Tel-Index Keys a
Name
The key names stored here are always displayed when you use the Super
Tel-Index feature. Assign a name to each of the four Super Tel-Index
keys.
1 Press Menu, 6, 2. The screen displays
SELECT QUICKDIAL
2 Press one of the 4 upper Quick-Dial keys you want to use as the
Super Tel-Index. The 4 upper Quick-Dial keys 1 to 4 are assigned
to Super Tel-Index groups A to D respectively. For example, if you
press Quick-Dial key 1, the screen displays
A:
ENTER & SET
3 Use the dial pad to enter the group name. (Up to 15 characters.)
For example, this might be “Mum’s numbers” or just “mum”, or it
might be “restaurants”.
4 Press Set. Return to Step 2 to enter another key name––OR––Press
Stop to exit.
Storing Numbers to Each Key
You can store up to 32 names/numbers in total on the four Quick-Dial
keys. Even if you lose electrical power, numbers stored in memory will
not be lost.
1 Press Menu, 6, 3. The screen prompts you to enter a location.
SELECT QUICKDIAL
2 Press one of 4 upper Quick-Dial keys you want to use as the
Super Tel-Index.
3 The screen displays the smallest box number have not been stored,
then prompts you to enter the number you’re storing.
A01:
ENTER & SET
4 Enter the number (up to 20 digits).
5 Press Set. The screen now prompts you to store a name with this
number.
NAME:
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6 Use the dial pad to enter the name (up to 15 characters). You can use
the chart of “Entering Text” in chapter 4 to help you enter letters––
OR––Press Set and go to Step 7 to store the number without a
name.
7 Press Set.
8 The screen prompts you to select the type of number this is. Use Z
or X to select the type you want.
FAX
TEL
F/T
a fax number
a telephone (voice) number
both a fax and telephone number
9 Press Set.
10 Return to Step 3 to store another number––OR––Press Stop to exit.
Be careful that One Touch and Super Tel-Index numbers are stored
correctly. Incorrectly dialled numbers cause unnecessary inconvenience
to others, network congestion and cost to you.
See
“Printing
Reports”
chap. 12
Print out the Quick-Dial List to make sure you have stored the correct
numbers. This list will indicate the type of number: FAX, TEL or F/T.
Changing Stored Numbers as Super Tel-Index
1 Press Menu, 6, 3. The screen prompts you to enter a location.
SELECT QUICKDIAL
2 Press one of 4 upper Quick-Dial keys you want to change the
registered number.
A:MOTHER
In case some numbers have been already stored to this key, the LCD
will start showing from the empty box.
3 Press Z or X to select the number/name you want to change.
4 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter a new number.
A04:0528242811
ENTER & SET
5 Enter a new number.
6 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the name with this
number.
NAME:MIKE
ENTER & SET
SETUP QUICK-DIAL NUMBERS
7 Enter a new name.
8 Press Set.
9 Follow the directions from Step 8 in “Storing Numbers to Each key”.
How to use Quick-Dial Keys as
Super Tel-Index Keys
Searching for a Name on the LCD
See
“Super
Tel-Index
Dialling”
chap. 8
Once you have stored names/numbers on each of the keys, they may be
displayed alphabetically on LCD.
For example, if you stored names and numbers as shown below, you can
make a call to “MIKE” in following way.
1 Pick up the handset––OR––Press Speaker Phone.
2 Press Super Tel-Index, then Quick-Dial key 1.
(Make sure that the LCD shows the correct name of the group.)
3 Press Z or X or Quick-Dial key 1 repeatedly until “MIKE”
appears on the LCD.
4 Press Start.
Super Tel-Index
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
01) Kevin
01) Supermarket
02) Ronald
02) Bakers
03) Megan
03) China kitchen
04) Mike
04) Domino Pizza
05) Donna
05) Express Pizza
06) James
07) Claire
:
:
(Example of FAX-930)
:
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Speed-Dialling
See
“Printing
Reports”
chap. 12
Each name and number stored to each of the keys will be kept in the
memory in stored order, though they will be displayed in alphabetical
order on the LCD. (We recommend that you print out and use the Quick
Dial list which shows the stored names/numbers in stored order. If you
stored names and numbers, you can make a call to “MIKE” in following
way.
1 Pick up the handset––OR––Press Speaker Phone.
2 Press Super Tel-Index, then Quick-Dial key 1.
(Make sure that the LCD shows the correct name of the group.)
3 Press 0 and 4 on the dial pad.
Changing One Touch and
Super Tel-Index Numbers
If you try to store a One Touch or Super Tel-Index number in a location
where a number is already stored, the screen displays the current name
stored there, then prompts you to either change it or exit.
1.CHANGE 2.QUIT
1 Press 1 to change the number stored, or press 2 to exit without
making a change.
2 Enter a new number.
■ If you want to erase the number, press Stop when the cursor is
to the far left of the digits.
■ If you want to change a digit, use Z or X to position the
cursor under the digit you want to change, then enter it.
3 Follow the directions in Storing One Touch Dial Numbers or
Assigning Each of the Four Super Tel-Index keys a Name or Storing
Numbers to Each key.
Setting Number Groups for Broadcasting
See
“Storing
One Touch
Dial
Numbers”
and
“Super TelIndex”
in this
chapter
Number Groups allow you to send the same fax message to many fax
numbers by pressing only one Quick-Dial key (Broadcasting). First,
you’ll need to store each fax number as a One Touch or Super Tel-Index
number. Then, you can combine them into a Number Group. Each
Number Group uses a Quick-Dial key. Finally, you can have up to 6
small Number Groups, or you can assign up to 47 numbers to one large
Group.
SETUP QUICK-DIAL NUMBERS
1 Press Menu, 6, 4. The screen displays
SELECT QUICKDIAL
2 Select a Quick-Dial key where you wish to store the number. (For
example, press Quick-Dial key 2 to use as a Group.)
3 Use the dial pad to enter the group number (for example, press 1 for
Group 1).
SETUP GROUP:G0
ENTER & SET
4 Press Set. Enter the One Touch or Super Tel-Index numbers in this
group. For example, for One Touch 5, press and 0, 5 on the dial
pad. For Super Tel-Index number A11, Quick-Dial key 1 and 1, 1 on
the dial pad.
G01:*05A11_
5 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter a name.
NAME:
ENTER & SET
6 Use the dial pad and the chart of “Entering Text” in chapter 4 to enter
a name for the group (for example, NEW CLIENTS).
7 Press Set.
8 Press Stop to exit.
You can print a list of all One Touch and Super Tel-Index numbers.
Group numbers will be marked in the column of “GROUP”. See chapter
12, “Printing Reports”.
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8
C H A P T E R
E I G H T
Telephone
(Voice)
Operation
Making Voice Calls
You can use your machine to make voice telephone calls, by dialling
manually or by using One Touch or Super Tel-Index memory. You can
use the handset or if you have the FAX-930 or FAX-940 E-mail you can
use the Speakerphone to make and receive calls.
The “full-duplex” digital Speakerphone allows you to operate the phone
hands free, or allows more than one person in the room to participate in a
two-way phone conversation. When using the Speakerphone, make sure
that you speak clearly. If the other party has difficulty hearing you, move
closer to the microphone.
Manual Dialling
Manual dialling is simply pressing all of the digits of the phone number.
1 Pick up the handset—OR—Press Speaker Phone.
2 When you hear a dial tone, dial the number, using the dial pad.
On the FAX-930 or FAX-940 E-mail, you can switch from handset to
Speakerphone by pressing Speaker Phone, then replacing the
handset. You can switch from Speakerphone to handset by lifting the
handset.
3 To hang up, replace the handset if you are lifting the handset—OR—
Press Speaker Phone.
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One Touch Dialling
See
“Storing One
Touch Dial
Numbers”
chap. 7
1 Pick up the handset—OR—Press Speaker Phone.
2 When you hear a dial tone, press the Quick-Dial key of the location
you want to call.
3 To hang up, replace the handset—OR—Press Speaker Phone.
If you try to use a One Touch location with no number stored in it, you
hear a warning sound, and screen displays NOT ASSIGNED. The
display returns to normal after 2 seconds.
If you are sending a fax, press Start after pressing the Quick-Dial key. If
you picked up the handset, press Start when the receiving fax machine
answers with fax tones.
Super Tel-Index Dialling
See
“Assigning
Each of the
Four Super
Tel-Index
keys a Name”
chap. 7
Once you have registered a name and a number as a Super Tel-Index
dialling number, you can search for that name alphabetically on LCD
using Super Tel-Index. You can also dial a number directly by pressing
Super Tel-Index, Quick-Dial key and then 2-digit number on the dial
pad. To make sure of where the target name or number is stored, print the
Quick-Dial List (see chapter 12).
Pattern A
1 Pick up the handset––OR––Press Speaker Phone, and then press
Super Tel-Index.
See
“Storing
Numbers to
Each Key”
chap. 7
2 Press any of 4 upper Quick-Dial keys.
3 Press the Quick-Dial key or Z or X repeatedly to search the
memory.
4 When the screen displays the name/number you want to call, press
Start to begin dialling.
5 When the call is over, hang up, or press Speaker Phone.
Pattern B
1 Pick up the handset––OR––Press Speaker Phone and press
Super Tel-Index.
2 Enter the first letter of the name you’re looking for using the dial
pad.
3 Press Z or X to search the memory.
4 Press Start to begin dialling.
5 When the call is over, hang up, or press Speaker Phone.
T E L E P H O N E ( V O I C E ) O P E R AT I O N
Mute
1 Press Verify/Mute to put a call on hold.
2 You can put down the handset without disconnecting the call.
3 Pick up the machine’s handset or press Speaker Phone to release
See
“Transmission
Verification
Report”
chap. 12
the call from hold.
If you press Verify/Mute without lifting the handset or pressing
Speaker Phone, this key works as the Verify key and prints
Transmission Verification Report.
Pause
Press Redial/Pause to insert a pause between digits to be dialled.
If your fax machine is connected to a PABX, you may need to insert an
additional number prefix (e.g. “9”) and a “pause” before each fax or
telephone number to gain access to the outside line. When you press
Redial/Pause, a dash “-” will appear on the display. By storing a pause,
you can create a delay of 3.5 seconds.
Tone/Pulse
If you have pulse dialling service, but need to send tone signals (for
telephone banking, for example), follow the directions below. If you have
touch tone service, you do not need this feature to send tone signals.
1 Lift the handset.
2 Press #. Any digits dialled after this sends tone signals.
3 When you hang up, the machine returns to pulse dialling service.
See
“Select
Answer
Mode”
chap. 5
F/T (FAX/TEL) Mode
When you share one line for your telephone and fax machine, in the F/T
(FAX/TEL) mode, the fax machine can determine whether an incoming
call is a fax or a telephone call.
On Hook Dialling
1 Dial the number by using the dial pad or Quick-Dial keys.
2 The number you are dialling, or the name you have stored for One
Touch or Super Tel-Index is displayed on the LCD.
3 Press Start.
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4 Pick up the handset when you hear the other end from the monitor
speaker. If you press Tel before lifting the handset, the call will be
disconnected. (Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925).
On the FAX-930, you can now speak to the party at the other end
without lifting the handset when you hear the other end from the
speaker. Press Speaker Phone when you finish the conversation.
Answering Calls with the Speakerphone
(Only for FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)
When the machine rings, instead of lifting the handset, press Speaker
Phone. Speak clearly, toward the microphone. To end the call, press
Speaker Phone.
If you have a bad telephone line connection, the other party might hear
your voice echoed during the call. Hang up and try the call again—OR—
Pick up the handset.
Tel Key (Only for FAX-920 and MFC-925)
This key is used to enter into a telephone conversation one you have
picked up the handset of an external telephone during the F/T pseudoring. If you press the Tel key and then replace the handset, then you will
be listening through the monitor speaker,but the other party will not be
able to hear you.
9
C H A P T E R
N I N E
Remote Fax
Options
(FAX-920 and MFC-925)
This chapter is for Models FAX-920 and MFC-925. If you have model
FAX-930 your remote fax options are handled by the Message Manager.
Please see chapter 10, Message Manager and chapter 11, Message
Manager Plus.
Fax Forwarding
You cannot use Fax Forwarding when “Fax Storage” is set to OFF.
Programming a Fax Forwarding Number
When Fax Forwarding is set to ON, your fax machine stores the received
fax in memory, then dials the fax machine phone number you’ve
programmed, and forwards the fax message.
1 Press Menu, 8, 1.
2 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
FAX FWD:ON
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the number of the fax
machine where faxes will be forwarded.
FWD#:
ENTER & SET
4 Enter the forwarding number (up to 20 digits).
5 Press Set.
6 Press Stop to exit.
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Setting Fax Storage
If you set Fax Storage to ON, you will be able to retrieve fax messages
from another location, using Fax Forwarding or Remote Retrieval
functions. The screen will indicate when you have a fax stored in
memory.
1 Press Menu, 8, 2. The screen prompts you to choose a fax setting.
FAX STORAGE:OFF
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Stop to exit.
If there are faxes in memory when you turn the Fax Storage OFF, the
screens prompts you to erase any faxes in memory.
See
“Printing a
Fax in
Memory
(Only for
FAX-920 and
MFC-925)”
chap. 5
ERASE ALL DOC?
1.YES 2.NO
If you press 1, all fax data is erased and Fax Storage is turned off. If the
fax data in memory has not been printed before, it will be printed first,
and then erased. If you press 2, data is not erased, and Fax Storage
remains on.
Changing the Remote Access Code
Enter your Remote Access Code when the fax machine picks up your
call, so you can access features remotely. The access code is preset to
1 5 9 , but you can change this.
1 Press Menu, 8, 3.
2 Enter a three-digit number from 000 to 900. The cannot be
changed. Do not use the same digits that appear in your Remote
Activation or Deactivation Code.
3 Press Set.
4 Press Stop to exit.
REMOTE FAX OPTIONS (FAX-920 AND MFC-925)
Remote Retrieval
You can call your machine from any touch tone phone (or remote Group
3 fax machine) and use a Remote Access Code and other button presses
to retrieve fax messages.
Using Your Remote Access Code
1 Dial your fax machine phone number from a touch tone phone.
2 When your fax machine answers and beeps, immediately enter your
Remote Access Code (159 ).
3 The fax machine signals the kinds of messages received:
1 long beep––Fax message(s)
No long beep––no messages
4 The fax machine then prompts you with two short beeps to enter a
command. If you wait longer than 30 seconds to enter a command,
the machine hangs up. If you enter an invalid command, the machine
beeps three times.
5 Press 9 0 to reset the machine when you finish.
6 Hang up.
If your fax machine is set to MANUAL mode, you can access your
machine remotely by phoning it and letting it ring for about 100 seconds.
Your fax machine will answer the phone after 100 seconds of ringing,
and you then have 30 seconds to enter your Remote Access Code.
Remote Commands
Follow the commands below to access features remotely. When you call
the fax machine and enter your Remote Access Code (159 ), the system
will signal you with two short beeps to enter a remote control command.
Change Fax Forwarding Setting
Press 9 5
then to
Turn Fax Forwarding OFF––Press 1.
Turn Fax Forwarding ON––Press 2.
Program Fax Forward Number––Press 4. Automatically, the machine
will turn Fax Forwarding ON.
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Turn Fax Storage ON––Press 6.
Turn Fax Storage OFF––Press 7. Only possible if there are no faxes in
memory or all faxes have been erased (by using Remote Control
9 6 3).
Retrieve a Fax
Press 9 6
then to
Print a Memory Status List––Press 1, then enter the number of remote
fax machine and the # #, After the beep, hang up and wait.
Retrieve all faxes––Press 2, then enter the number of remote fax
machine and the # #, After the beep, hang up and wait.
Erase all fax messages––Press 3. If the fax data in memory has been
printed before, it will be printed first, and then erased.
Check the Receiving Status
Press 9 7
then for
Fax messages––Press 1.
1 Long Beep––Received messages.
3 Short Beeps––No messages.
Change Answer Mode
Press 9 8
then for
TAD––Press 1.
F/T––Press 2.
FAX––Press 3.
Exit Remote Operation
Press 9 0
REMOTE FAX OPTIONS (FAX-920 AND MFC-925)
Retrieving the Memory Status List
You can retrieve the Memory Status List from a remote fax machine to
see if you have any fax messages.
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 When you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 6 1.
4 Using the dial pad, enter the number (up to 20 digits) of the remote
fax machine where you want the Memory Status List forwarded, and
then press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #.
5 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. Your fax machine
then sends the Memory Status List to the fax machine that you are
calling from.
Retrieving Fax Messages
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 As soon as you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 6 2.
4 Using the dial pad, enter the number (up to 20 digits) of the remote
fax machine where you want your fax messages forwarded, and then
press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #.
5 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. The fax machine
that you are calling from prints your fax messages.
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Changing the Fax Forwarding Number
You can change the default setting of your fax forwarding number from a
remote fax machine.
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 When you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 5 4.
4 Enter the new number of the remote fax machine where you want
your fax messages forwarded, and then press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #. Also, if your fax machine is connected to a
PABX, you can press # first before the fax machine’s number. The #
works as well as R key.
5 To retrieve the Memory Status List, when you hear two short beeps,
use the dial pad to press 9 6 1.
6 Use the dial pad to enter the number of the remote fax machine (up
to 20 digits), and then press # #.
7 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. Your fax machine
then sends the Memory Status List showing the new forwarding
number to the fax machine that you are calling from.
8 Check the forwarding number.
If the forwarding number is incorrect, return to Step 1 to reset it.
10
C H A P T E R
T E N
Message
Manager
(Only for FAX-930
and FAX-940 E-mail)
Message Manager Mode
See
“Recording
Message
Manager
Outgoing
Message”
in this
chapter
Message Manager Mode allows you to store incoming fax and voice
messages in a flexible memory. The memory stores 15 minutes of voice
messages, or up to 20 pages of fax messages. The actual number of pages
stored in memory varies depending on the content and the resolution
used. Memory is shared between fax and voice messages, which are
stored on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Any voice or fax message can
be retrieved remotely.
You must record an Outgoing Message in order to use the Message
Manager Mode.
Flexible Memory Settings (Message Store)
Message Manager Mode offers you six flexible memory settings, so that
you can decide which kinds of messages you want to receive.
1. DOC:ON, VOICE:ON
Both voice and fax messages are stored.
You can use the Fax Forwarding or Paging
features and retrieve voice and fax
messages remotely.
2. DOC:ON, VOICE:EXT
You need an external answering machine
connected to the fax machine for this
setting. Fax messages are stored in the
Message Manager memory, but voice
messages are stored in your external
answering machine. Retrieve voice
messages from the external answering
machine. You cannot use the Paging
feature for voice message with this setting.
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3. DOC:ON, VOICE:OFF All memory is used to store fax
messages—no voice messages will be
stored.
4. DOC:OFF, VOICE:ON
All memory is used to store voice
messages—no fax messages will be stored.
Incoming faxes will print on paper. You
can use the Paging feature, and retrieve
voice messages remotely.
5. DOC:OFF, VOICE:EXT You need an external answering machine
connected to the fax machine for this
setting. Incoming faxes are not stored in
memory, but will print on paper. Voice
messages are stored in the external answering
machine.
6. DOC:OFF, VOICE:OFF Incoming faxes are not stored in memory,
but will print on paper. Voice calls are not
stored in memory.
Setting Up Message Manager
You must set up Message Manager in the following order:
1 Set the Message Store.
2 Record the Message Manager’s Outgoing Message (TAD
MESSAGE).
3 Turn Message Manager Plus OFF (Menu, 9, 1) if it is ON (Only for
FAX-930).
4 Activate Message Manager (TAD) Mode by pressing
.
Setting the Message Store
Select the setting from the descriptions of “Flexible Memory Settings”.
1 Press Menu, 8, 1. The screen prompts you to choose a DOC
(Document) setting.
DOC:OFF
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to choose a VOICE setting.
VOICE:ON
SELECT { } & SET
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
4 Press Z or X to select your setting from the list (ON, OFF or
EXT).
5 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
6 Press Stop to exit.
Recording the Message Manager’s Outgoing
Message (TAD MESSAGE)
Recording the Message Manager’s Outgoing Message (TAD
MESSAGE) is the second step you need to follow before you can turn
on the Message Manager. Make sure your OGM (Outgoing Message) is
less than 20 seconds long.
1 Press Menu, 8, 3. The screen prompts you to choose an OGM.
TAD MESSAGE
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to reach
TAD MESSAGE
This is the only setting you can select if you want to turn the Message
Manager on.
See
“Record
Fax/Tel
Outgoing
Announcement”
chap. 5
3 Press Set.
4 Press Record, then pick up the handset to record a message.
For example: Hello. We are unable to take your call at this time.
Please leave a message after the signal. If you wish to send a fax,
please press 51, wait for the fax tones, then press the start button
on your machine.
5 Replace the handset. The Message Manager plays your OGM.
6 Press Stop to exit.
Listening the Outgoing Message (OGM)
1 Press Menu, 8, 3.
2 Press Z or X to select TAD MESSAGE (or F/T MESSAGE or
PAGING MSG.).
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
4 Press Play to hear the OGM. Adjust volume by pressing Speaker
Volume
or
.
5 Press Stop to exit.
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Erasing the Outgoing Message (OGM)
1 Press Menu, 8, 3.
2 Press Z or X to select TAD MESSAGE (or F/T MESSAGE or
PAGING MSG.).
3
4
5
6
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Erase.
Press 1 to erase the OGM—OR—Press 2 to exit without erasing.
Press Stop to exit.
Activating Message Manager Mode
Press and hold
until the screen displays
TAD:MSG MGR
Message Indicator
Message Indicator light flashes when you have voice messages and/or
faxes waiting for your review. Once you listen to the message or print the
fax, the light stops flashing.
The LCD screen displays the total number of voice (including memos)
and/or fax messages stored in Message Manager memory.
VOICE:03 DOC:02
What Happens When the Memory Is Full...
If the memory becomes full when you have set your machine to Message
Manager mode, the machine will change to F/T mode automatically. In
this mode, the machine can accept incoming faxes automatically. Then, if
your machine should run out of paper, the answer mode will shift
automatically to manual mode. In manual mode the call is not answered,
so your caller will know to try again later.
Out of Recording Paper and Memory Full
[Answer Mode]
See
“Printing
Reports and
Lists”
chap. 12
Message Manager Mode
F/T Mode
Memory Full
Manual Mode
Out of Recording Paper
and Memory Full
Print the Memory Status List and select the item to be cleared. This will
clear space for new messages and faxes to be stored in memory.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
Playing Voice Messages and Memos
Follow the steps below to listen to voice messages and memos.
1 Press Play. Adjust volume by pressing
or
.
All new messages and memos are played in the order they were
recorded. The display shows the number of the current message, and
the total number of messages.
If Caller ID information was received, the machine beeps during the
message and displays the Caller ID information for one second.
During playback, the screen displays the time and date the message
was recorded.
2 Press (RWD) at the end of the message to repeat a message. Use #
(FWD) to skip to the next message. You can press
until you reach the message you want to play.
and # repeatedly
3 Press Stop to exit.
Printing a Fax Message
Once you print a new fax message stored in memory, it is erased from
the memory automatically.
1 Press Play. After two seconds, the machine begins to play voice
messages.
2 After playing voice messages, the display asks if you want to print
fax messages that are in the memory. There is no display if there are
no faxes.
PRINT DOC?
1.YES 2.NO
3 To print the fax messages, press 1.
––OR––
Press 2 to exit without printing.
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Backup Printing Option
When you choose DOC:ON in the Message Manager mode, all
incoming fax messages are stored in the available memory for retrieval.
To print a backup copy automatically, turn this option on.
1 Press Menu, 8, 2. The screen prompts you to select a setting.
BACKUP PRINT:ON
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to display ON (or OFF).
3 Press Set when the screen displays your selected setting.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Erasing Messages
If you choose to erase all fax messages, the machine will print any
previously unprinted fax messages before erasing them from memory.
Fax messages cannot be erased individually.
You can erase voice messages and memos individually, or all at once.
To erase voice messages individually
1 Press Play. The machine beeps and begins message playback. Each
message is preceded by one long beep, and followed by two short
beeps.
2 To erase a specific message, press Erase immediately after the two
short beeps, or while the message is playing. The screen prompts
ERASE THIS MSG.?
1.YES 2.NO
3 Press 1 to erase the message
—OR—
Press 2 to cancel.
4 Press Stop to exit.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
To erase messages all at once
1 Press Erase. The screen prompts you to choose what kind of
messages you want to erase.
ERASE ALL VOICE?
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select erasing all voice messages (ALL VOICE),
all document messages (ALL DOC.), or all messages—both voice
and fax—(ALL MSG).
3 Press Set.
4 Press 1 to erase
—OR—
Press 2 to cancel.
Setting the Maximum Time for Incoming
Messages
Your machine comes set to receive voice messages up to 35 seconds
long. You can change this setting to any length from 35 seconds to 60
seconds, from 20 seconds to 60 seconds (for Ireland), in 5-second
increments. This setting also applies to Personal Mailbox ICM and
Memo.
1 Press Menu, 8, 4. The screen prompts you to select a maximum time.
MESSAGE 35 SEC
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to select the maximum time setting for incoming
messages.
3 Press Set when the screen displays your setting.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Setting the Toll Saver
See
“Ring Delay”
chap. 2
When you set the Toll Saver feature, the machine answers after 4 rings if
you don’t have messages, and after 2 rings if you do have messages. This
way, when you call the machine, if it rings 3 times, you know you have
no messages, and can hang up, avoiding any toll charge.
When Toll Saver is ON, it overrides your Ring Delay setting. Toll Saver
must be off for the machine to operate using your Ring Delay setting.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Press Menu, 2, 1.
Press Z or X to select TOLL SAVER (or RING DELAY).
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
Press Set.
Press Stop to exit.
ICM Recording Monitor
This feature lets you turn OFF (or ON) the speaker volume for voice
messages. When you turn the monitor OFF, you will not hear messages
as they come in.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 8, 5.
Use Z or X to select OFF (or ON).
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Stop to exit.
Recording a Memo
A memo is stored and played as a voice message.
1 Press Record.
2 When the display prompts you to pick up the handset, speak into the
handset to record your memo. Your recording can be as long as the
Incoming Message Maximum Time (Menu, 8, 4).
3 Press Stop or replace the handset when you’re finished.
Recording a Conversation
You can record a telephone conversation by pressing Record during the
conversation. Your recording can be as long as the Incoming Message
Maximum Time. You and the other party will hear a beep every 15
seconds while recording. You cannot record a conversation using the
Speakerphone.
Fax Forwarding/Paging
When Paging is set to ON, your machine dials the pager number you
have programmed and, when connected, plays the Paging OGM message
you have recorded for 60 seconds. This activates your pager and let you
know you have a fax or voice message in the Message Manager memory.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
When Fax Forwarding is set to ON, your machine dials the fax machine
phone number you’ve programmed, and forwards any faxes you’ve
received.
You cannot use Paging and Fax Forwarding at the same time.
Programming a Fax Forwarding Number
1 Press Menu, 8, 6.
2 Press Z or X until the screen displays
FAX FORWARD
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter the number of the fax
machine where faxes will be forwarded.
FWD#:
ENTER & SET
4 Enter the forwarding number (up to 20 digits).
5 Press Set.
6 Press Stop to exit.
You can change a Fax Forwarding number remotely.
Recording the Paging Outgoing Message (OGM)
Before paging can work, you should first record the Paging OGM.
1 Press Menu, 8, 3. The screen prompts you to choose an OGM.
TAD MESSAGE
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to reach
PAGING MSG.
3
4
5
6
Press Set.
Press Record, then pick up the handset to record a message.
Press Stop. The Message Manager plays your OGM.
Press Stop.
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Programming the Paging Number
1 Press Menu, 8, 6.
2 Press Z or X until the screen displays
PAGING
3 Press Set. The screen prompts you to enter your pager number.
PAG#:
ENTER & SET
4 Enter your paging number up to 20 digits. This is the telephone
number which your machine must call.
5 Press Set.
6 Press Stop to exit.
You cannot change a Paging number remotely.
Remote Retrieval
This section is for the FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail. (If you have the
FAX-920 or MFC-925, please see chapter 9 for your remote fax options.)
You can call your machine from any touch tone phone (or remote Group
3 fax machine set for tone) and use a Remote Access Code and other
button presses to retrieve voice (and fax) messages. You can also
program and change some settings for your Message Manager.
Using the Remote Access Code
1 Dial your machine phone number from a touch tone phone.
2 When your machine answers and beeps, immediately enter your
Remote Access Code.
3 The machine signals the kinds of messages received:
1 long beep—Fax message(s)
2 long beeps—Voice message(s)
3 long beeps—Fax and Voice message(s)
No beeps—no messages
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
4 The machine then prompts you with two short beeps to enter a
command. If you wait longer than 30 seconds to enter a command, the
machine hangs up. If you enter an invalid command, the machine
beeps three times.
5 Press 9 0 to reset the machine when you finish.
6 Hang up.
If your fax machine is set to MANUAL mode, you can access the
Message Manager remotely by phoning your machine and letting it ring
for about 100 seconds. Your fax machine will answer the phone after 100
seconds of ringing, and you then have 30 seconds to enter your Remote
Access Code.
Changing the Remote Access Code
Enter your Remote Access Code when the machine picks up your call, so
you can access features remotely. The access code is preset to 159 , but
you can change this.
1 Press Menu, 8, 7.
2 Enter a three-digit number from 000 to 900. The cannot be
changed. Do not use the same digits that appear in your Remote
Activation or Deactivation Code or Personal Mailbox Codes.
3 Press Set
4 Press Stop to exit.
When you call your machine and enter the Remote Access Code, you
must press the fourth digit (three-digit number plus ).
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Remote Control Commands
Follow the commands below to access features remotely. When you call
the fax machine and enter your Remote Access Code (159 ), the system
will signal you with two short beeps to enter a remote control command.
Remote control commands
Detail Operation
Playing voice messages
After one long beep, the machine plays ICM and Memo.
1 Z (Skip back)
Press 1 while listening to an ICM or Memo to play it again. If you press
1 before a message, you will hear the previous message.
2 X (Skip next)
While playing ICM and Memo, you can skip to next message.
9 STOP Playing
Stop playing the ICM and Memo.
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Record Memo
After one long beep, you can record a memo. You can stop recording by
pressing 9.
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Erase all ICM & Memo
If you hear one long beep, the erase is accepted. If you hear three short
beeps, you cannot erase because all voice messages have not been
played, or there is no voice message to erase.
*This code erases all recorded messages, not one at a time.
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Play and Record OGM in
memory
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1 Play
1 TAD MSG
2 F/T MSG
The machine plays the selected OGM. You can stop playing OGMs by
pressing 9.
3 PAGING MSG
2 Record
1 TAD MSG
2 F/T MSG
After one long beep, you can record the selected OGM. You will hear the
message played once. You can stop recording the message by pressing 9.
3 PAGING MSG
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Changing Fax Forwarding/
Paging setting
1 OFF
2 Fax Forwarding
3 Paging
4 FAX FWD NO.
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Retrieve Fax
1 Memory Status List
If you hear one long beep, the change is accepted. If you hear three short
beeps, you cannot change it because the conditions have not been met
(Example: registering paging number).
You can register your fax forwarding number by using
4. FAX FWD NO (See “Changing Fax Forwarding Number” in this
chapter). Once you have registered the number, the machine will
automatically turn to “FAX FWD:ON” mode. Then retrieve a Memory
Status List by entering 9 6 1 to make sure that the Fax Forwarding
number you registered is correct in the List.
Enter the number of a remote fax machine to receive a report or stored
fax messages. (See “Retrieving the Memory Status List” and “Retrieving
Fax Messages”.)
2 Retrieve all FAX
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3 Erase FAX in the
memory
If you hear one long beep, you can erase the fax message from the
memory.
Check the receiving status
You can check whether your fax machine has received any Document or
Voice messages. If yes, you will hear one long beep. If no, you will hear
three short beeps.
1 Document
2 Voice
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Change Answer Mode
1 TAD
2 F/T
If you hear one long beep, you can change the answer mode. If you hear
three short beeps, you cannot change it. (Example: There is no TAD
MSG when you want to change to TAD mode.)
3 FAX
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Exit
After a long beep, you can exit remote control.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 / 9 4 0 E - M A I L )
Retrieving the Memory Status List
You can retrieve the Memory Status List from a remote fax machine to
see if you have any fax messages.
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 When you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 6 1.
4 Using the dial pad, enter the number (up to 20 digits) of the remote
fax machine where you want the Memory Status List forwarded, and
then press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #.
5 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. Your fax machine
then sends the Memory Status List to the fax machine that you are
calling from.
Retrieving Fax Messages
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 As soon as you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 6 2.
4 Using the dial pad, enter the number (up to 20 digits) of the remote
fax machine where you want your fax messages forwarded, and then
press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #.
5 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. The fax machine
that you are calling from prints your fax messages.
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Changing the Fax Forwarding Number
You can change the default setting of your fax forwarding number from a
remote fax machine.
1 Dial your fax machine’s number.
2 When you hear the beep, immediately enter your Remote Access
Code (1 5 9 ).
3 When you hear two short beeps, use the dial pad to press 9 5 4.
4 Enter the new number of the remote fax machine where you want
your fax messages forwarded, and then press # #.
You cannot use and # as dial numbers. However, if you want to
store a pause, press #. Also, if your fax machine is connected to a
PABX, you can press # first before the fax machine’s number. The #
works as well as R key.
5 To retrieve the Memory Status List, when you hear two short beeps,
use the dial pad to press 9 6 1.
6 Use the dial pad to enter the number of the remote fax machine (up
to 20 digits), and then press # #.
7 After you hear your fax machine beep, hang up and wait.
Your fax machine calls the remote fax machine. Your fax machine
then sends the Memory Status List showing the new forwarding
number to the fax machine that you are calling from.
8 Check the forwarding number.
If the forwarding number is incorrect, return to Step 1 to reset it.
There are some fax machines which, having completely received the
MEMORY STATUS LIST from your machine, will give an audible
“HANDSET UP” or similar alarm, if you keep the line held in readiness
for the next command.
In such cases, it may be possible to clear the alarm and enter the next
command (e.g. “962” for the RETRIEVE), by pressing the Stop once or
twice on the receiving machine during the alarm beeping time. If this
doesn’t work, simply replace the handset, pause, and redial the call,
using then the “962” command after your machine answers and accepts
your remote access code.
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E L E V E N
Message
Manager Plus
(Only for FAX-930)
Message Manager Plus
Message Manager Plus works as an additional enhancement of Message
Manager and provides you with Personal Mailbox and Voice-onDemand. Up to five Personal Mailboxes are available. Voice-on-Demand
stores voice information massages for someone calling you. These
memory boxes allow you to store voice messages that provide callers
with more information automatically and effectively, so you don’t have
to answer the call yourself.
Start with a Plan
Before you can record your outgoing messages (OGMs), you need a
plan. Decide what you will store in each Voice Information memory box
such as directions to your home or business, and the number you will
give it. Choose who will have a personal mailbox. Tell each person with
a personal mailbox to prepare to record an OGM and choose a four-digit
password.
Prepare one 2nd Level OGM that identifies the type of information in
each Voice Information memory box number and another 2nd Level
OGM that identifies the name and box number of each person with a
Personal Mailbox.
Finally, prepare a 1st Level OGM that identifies your company (or
family) and directs callers to either Voice-on-Demand (Voice
Information) or Personal Mailbox. Also explain they can just leave a
general voice message or send a general fax after the beep.
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Setting Up Message Manager Plus
You must set up Message Manager Plus in the following order: However,
if you are using only Voice Information, follow steps 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7. If
you are using only Personal Mailbox, follow steps 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
1 Record Voice-on-Demand information messages. (Menu, 9, 4)
2 Record Outgoing Message (OGM) and Password for each Personal
Mailbox. (Menu, 9, 3)
3 Record 2nd Level Outgoing Message (OGM) for Voice Information.
(Menu, 9, 2)
4 Record 2nd Level Outgoing Message (OGM) for Personal Mailbox.
(Menu, 9, 2)
5 Record 1st Level Outgoing Message (OGM). (Menu, 9, 2)
6 Turn Message Manager Plus ON. (Menu, 9, 1)
7 Activate Message Manager Mode (TAD Mode).
Voice
Recording,
Playing and
Erasing Voice
Information
is included in
this section.
The Voice-on-Demand feature allows you to store voice messages into
the memory boxes. You can use the memory boxes to provide callers
with more information automatically and effectively, without answering
the call yourself.
Recording Voice Information in Memory Box
1 Press Menu, 9, 4. The screen prompts you to enter a Voice Memory
Box number.
VOICE NO.:_
See
“Setting
Maximum
Time for
Incoming
Messages
Time”
chap. 10
2 Enter a memory box number (01-50).
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Record, then pick up the handset. Record a message up to the
Incoming Maximum Message Time you’ve set.
5 Replace the handset. The machine plays back your message.
6 To leave another message, Start at Step 3.
7 Press Stop to exit.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R P L U S ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 )
Playing Voice Information in Memory Box
1 Press Menu, 9, 4. The screen prompts you to enter a Voice Memory
Box number.
VOICE NO.:_
2 Enter a memory box number (01-50).
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Play. The machine plays the message stored in the selected
memory box. Adjust volume by pressing Volume
or
.
5 Press Stop to exit.
Erasing Voice Information in Memory Box
1 Press Menu, 9, 4. The screen prompts you to enter a Voice Memory
Box number.
VOICE NO.:_
2 Enter a memory box number (01-50).
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Erase, 1 to erase the voice message stored in the selected
memory box.
5 Press Stop to exit.
Personal Mailbox
Recording,
Playing and
Erasing
Personal
Mailbox
OGMs is
included in
this section.
Callers can enter a confidential fax or voice message into one of five
personal mailboxes. Each mailbox is accessed by a pre-determined
password, to help protect the privacy of multiple fax machine users. The
same password is necessary to retrieve these messages remotely.
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Recording Personal Mailbox OGM/Password
1 Press Menu, 9, 3. The screen prompts you to select a mailbox
number.
BOX NO.:01
SELECT { } & SET
2 Press Z or X to display your selected mailbox number.
3 Press Set when the screen displays the selected mailbox. The screen
then prompts you to enter a 4-digit password.
PASSWORD:XXXX
4
5
6
7
Enter the 4-digit code you want to use as your password.
Press Set.
Press Record, then pick up the handset.
Record an OGM (no longer than 20 seconds) that informs users they
can send a fax or voice message.
8 Replace the handset. The machine plays back your OGM.
9 Press Stop to exit.
Playing Incoming Messages and Memos in
Your Personal Mailbox
The screen displays whether it has received any messages. If any
mailboxes contain messages, the screen will alternately display the
numbers of those mailboxes, with how many VOICE and DOCUMENT
messages the Message Manager has stored.
To listen to voice messages and memos that have been left in your
mailbox, or to print faxes from your mailbox, you will need your 4-digit
password.
1 Press Play, while holding down Shift.
2 Press Z or X to display the mailbox number you want to select.
3 Press Set. The screen then prompts you to enter your 4-digit
password.
4 Enter your password.
5 Press Set. The machine plays back voice incoming messages and
memos stored in the mailbox, then prints faxes stored in the mailbox.
M E S S A G E M A N A G E R P L U S ( O N LY F O R FA X - 9 3 0 )
Erasing Incoming Messages and Memos from
Your Personal Mailbox
You can erase voice incoming messages and memos individually or all at
once. You cannot erase fax incoming messages individually.
To erase an individual message
1 Press Play, while holding down Shift.
2 Press Z or X to display the number you want to select.
3 Press Set. The screen then prompts you to enter your 4-digit
password.
4 Enter your password.
5 Press Set. The machine begins to play back messages. Each message
is preceded by one long beep and followed by two short beeps.
6 Press Erase immediately after the two short beeps, or while a
message is playing to erase it. The screen prompts
ERASE THIS MSG.?
1.YES 2.NO
7 Press 1 to clear
––OR––
Press 2 to exit without erasing.
To erase all messages
1 Press Erase, while holding down Shift.
2 Press Z or X to display your selected mailbox number.
3 Press Set. The screen then prompts you to enter your 4-digit
password.
4 Enter your password.
5 Press Set.
6 Press Z or X to select VOICE (erase all voice messages), DOC
(erase all fax messages), or MSG (erase all messages).
If the fax messages in memory have not been printed before, they
will be printed, and then erased.
7 Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
8 Press 1 to erase
––OR––
Press 2 to exit without erasing.
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Recording a Memo in a Personal Mailbox
1 While holding down Shift, press Record.
2 Press Z or X to display the mailbox number you want to select.
Press Set.
3 Pick up handset and record your memo (no longer than the Incoming
Messages Maximum Time).
4 Replace the handset or press Stop.
Remote Retrieval of Incoming Messages and
Memos from Your Personal Mailbox
1 Dial your machine number from a touch tone phone.
2 During the Message Manager Plus OGM (1st Level), immediately
enter 0 1
to access Personal Mailbox.
3 When you hear the 2nd Level OGM, enter your Personal Mailbox
number (0 1
See
“Recording
Personal
Mailbox
OGM/
Password”
in this
chapter
– 0 5 ).
4 When you hear your Personal Mailbox OGM, enter your 4-digit
password. If there are no messages, the line will disconnect. If there
are messages, you will hear the voice messages begin to play. Press 1
to replay a message while it is playing. Press 2 to skip a message.
Press 9 to stop message playback. Press 3 to erase all messages.
5 Replace the handset.
Recording the Second Level OGM
After callers have pressed 0 1 for Personal Mailbox, or 0 2 for
Voice-on-Demand, they will need to hear more instructions from you in
the 2nd Level OGM. Make sure you tell callers the memory box numbers
of specific voice messages (2 3 , 2 4 , 2 5 , etc.) and the names and
mailbox numbers (0 1 – 0 5 ) for personal mailboxes.
Recording,
Playing and
Erasing
Second Level
OGMs is
included in
this section.
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
2 Use Z or X to display MAILBOX or VOICE ON DEMAND.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Record, then pick up the handset. Record a message no longer
than 50 seconds.
5 Hang up. The machine plays back the selected second level OGM.
6 Press Stop to exit.
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Playing the Second Level OGM
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
2 Use Z or X to display MAILBOX or VOICE ON DEMAND.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Play. Adjust the volume by pressing
5 Press Stop to exit.
or
.
Erasing the Second Level OGM
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
2 Use Z or X to display MAILBOX or VOICE ON DEMAND.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Erase, 1.
5 Press Stop to exit.
Recording First Level OGM
This is the announcement all callers will hear. In this announcement, you
need to tell callers how to select the option for Personal Mailbox (press 0
1 ) or Voice-on-Demand (press 0 2 ). This outgoing message should
also tell callers that after the beep they can leave a voice message, or they
can send a fax.
Recording,
Playing and
Erasing First
Level OGMs
is included in
this section.
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
MSG MGR PLUS
SELECT { } & SET
2 Use Z or X to display MSG MGR PLUS.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Record, then pick up the handset. Record a message no longer
than 50 seconds.
5 Hang up. The machine plays back the first level OGM.
6 Press Stop to exit.
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Playing the First Level OGM
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
2 Use Z or X to display MSG MGR PLUS.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Play. Adjust the volume by pressing
5 Press Stop to exit.
or
.
Erasing the First Level OGM
1 Press Menu, 9, 2. The screen prompts you to select an OGM.
2 Use Z or X to display MSG MGR PLUS.
3 Press Set. The screen prompts
REC/ERASE/PLAY?
4 Press Erase, 1.
5 Press Stop to exit.
Turning On Message Manager Plus
This is the final step to turn on Message Manager Plus. You must have
already stored information in Personal Mailboxes, or in Voice-onDemand memory boxes. You must have recorded a 1st Level and a 2nd
Level OGM.
1
2
3
4
5
Press Menu, 9, 1.
The screen prompts you to select ON or OFF.
Use Z or X to select ON (or OFF).
Press Set when the screen displays your selection.
Press Stop to exit.
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T W E L V E
Printing
Reports
FAX/MFC Settings and Journal
You can print the following lists and reports:
1.XMIT REPORT
Choose if Transmission Verification
Report is printed after all Faxes
sent.
2.JOURNAL
Journal lists information about the
last 30 incoming and outgoing
faxes. TX means Transmit; RX
means Receive.
3.QUICK-DIAL
Lists names and numbers stored in
One Touch and Super Tel-Index
memory, in numerical order.
4.SYSTEM SETUP
Lists settings for INITIAL SETUP,
SETUP RECEIVE, REMOTE
FAX OPT, SETUP TAD and
SETUP MM PLUS.
5.MEMORY STATUS
Lists summary information and
amount of occupied memory.
To Print a Report
1 Press Menu, 7.
2 Enter the number (see list above) of the report you want to print. For
example, press 4 to print the SYSTEM SETUP.
3 Press Start.
4 Press Stop to exit.
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Transmission Verification (Xmit) Report
You can use the Xmit Report as proof that you sent a fax. This report
lists the name or fax number of the receiving party, the time and date of
transmission, and if the transmission was successful.
When the feature is OFF, the report is printed automatically only if
there’s an error during transmission. If the report indicates ERROR, send
the document again. If the report indicates you should check the
readability of certain pages, resend those pages.
When the feature is ON, the report is printed with every fax you send.
1
2
3
4
Press Menu, 7, 1.
Press Z or X to select ON or OFF.
Press Set.
Press Stop to exit.
When the machine is idle, you can print the Transmission Verification
Report by pressing Verify/Mute when you wish to confirm the last
transmission was successful or not.
Journal Period
You can set the machine to print activity reports at specific intervals (1,
3, 6, 12, 24 hours, 2, 4 or 7 days). If you set the interval to OFF, you can
print the report by following the steps in the previous section.
1 Press Menu, 7, 2.
2 Press Z or X to display:
JOURNAL PERIOD
3 Press Set.
4 Press Z or X to choose your setting. If you choose 7 days, the
screen prompts you to choose a day at which to begin the 7-day
countdown.
5 When the screen displays the setting you want, press Set.
6 Enter the time to begin printing, in 24-hour format. (For example,
enter 19:45 for 7:45 PM).
7 Press Set.
8 Press Stop to exit.
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C H A P T E R
T H I R T E E N
Important Safety Instructions
1
2
3
4
Read all of these instructions.
Save them for later reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid or aerosol cleaners. 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 for ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product
and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings 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 heater. This
product should never be placed in a built-in installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
8 This product should be operated from the type of power source
indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power
available, consult with your dealer or local power company.
9 This product is equipped with a 3-wire earthed plug. This plug will
fit into only an earthed socket. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete socket. Do not defeat the purpose of an earthed
plug.
10 Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not place this
product where people can walk on the cord.
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11 If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the
total ampere ratings on the products plugged into the extension cord
do not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure that
the total of all products plugged into the wall or floor socket does not
exceed the socket rating.
12 Do not place anything in front of the machine that will block
received faxes. Do not place anything in the path of received faxes.
13 Do not touch a document during printing.
14 Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet
slots, since they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts resulting in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
15 Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points and/or
other risks. Refer all servicing to service personnel.
16 This product has no mains ON/OFF switch. It is therefore highly
important that access to the mains plug and the mains socket to
which the plug is connected, is never obstructed, in case for some
reason the mains power to the machine must be quickly
disconnected.
17 Unplug this product from the mains power and telephone line
sockets, and refer servicing to qualified Service Personnel under the
following conditions:
A When the power cord 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 operating
instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
normal operation.
E If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance,
indicating a need for service.
18 To protect your product against power surges, we recommend the use
of a power protection device (Surge Protector).
I M P O RTA N T I N F O R M AT I O N
BABT Approval
(For FAX-930/940 E-mail/MFC-925 Only)
This apparatus has been approved by the British Approvals Board for
Telecommunications, for use of the following facilities:
INTEGRAL MODEM IN GROUP 3 FACSIMILE
LOUDSPEAKING FACILITY (CALL PROGRESS MONITOR)
STORAGE OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR RETRIEVAL BY
PREDETERMINED CODE
CONNECTION TO AN APPROVED PBX (PRIVATE BRANCH
EXCHANGE)
OPERATION IN THE ABSENCE OF PROCEED INDICATION
AUTOMATIC STORAGE OF THE LAST NUMBER REDIALLED
SERIES CONNECTION FACILITY
Any other usage will invalidate the approval of the apparatus, if as a
result it then ceases to comply with the standards against which approval
was granted.
The machine is approved for connection to a single exclusive direct
exchange line provided by BT, Kingston-upon-Hull Telecommunications
and CATV, and to approved Private Automatic Branch Exchanges
(PABXs).
The connection to the BT network must not be hard-wired.
This equipment is NOT approved for connection to the following:
1 + 1 Carrier Systems;
Leased Lines;
Shared Service (“Party”) Lines;
As an extension to a Payphone;
Calls to the emergency services (999) DO NOT remain enabled on
the handset in the absence of mains power.
Stored telephone numbers are retained in the absence of mains power.
The loudspeaking facility (call progress monitor) will not function unless
the unit is plugged into the mains and switched on at the power socket of
the mains switch if applicable.
This owner’s manual has been provided with your machine to help you
make use of the functions provided.
This machine must not be connected in conjunction with parallel
extension telephones, unless those telephones are connected downstream
of this machine. This means that the cable to which any extension device
is connected, should be terminated on a BT modular jack plug type 431A
which in turn is inserted into the modular socket of the T-shaped line
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cord connector of this machine. If these instructions are not followed,
the following conditions may occur:
1. The fax machine inadvertently auto-answers in response to outward
pulse dialling of an extension telephone.
2. Fax transmissions can be impaired or will fail entirely.
3. Remote activation from extension telephones may not work correctly.
If in doubt about any aspect of telephone extension cabling, contact BT,
Kingston upon Hull Telecommunications, your PBX maintainer, your
CATV company or a reputable telephone cabling company.
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F O U R T E E N
Troubleshooting
and Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
You may occasionally encounter a difficulty with your machine or
telephone line. If this happens, your machine often identifies the problem
and displays an error message. The list below explains the most common
error messages.
CHECK PAPER
The paper is jammed in the machine.
1 Open the paper cover and remove any paper that is not jammed.
2 Open the front cover.
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3 Open the top cover by pressing the blue levers on both sides of the
top cover.
Blue Lever
4 Pull the jammed paper gently from the paper feeder toward the back
of the machine. If the paper remains jammed, then pull it toward the
front of the machine.
Top Cover
Front Cover
5 Remove the printing cartridge and turn the spool to tighten the
ribbon.
6
7
8
9
Install the cartridge.
Close the top cover.
Close the front cover.
Load the paper.
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CLEAN UP SCANNER
The scanner is dirty. See “Regular Maintenance” in this chapter.
COMM.ERROR
A poor quality phone line resulted in a communications error. Try the
call again.
CONNECTION FAIL
You have requested a polling call from another party, but the other fax
machine is not in Poll Waiting mode.
DISCONNECTED
The other party has disconnected during a call or fax. Try calling the
other party.
DOCUMENT JAM
The documents were not inserted or fed properly, or were too long.
1 Open the front cover.
2 Pull the document toward the front of the machine.
3 Close the cover and press Stop.
Front Cover
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MACHINE ERROR XX
and
PRESS STOP KEY
Cut the power off. Then contact your Brother dealer for service.
NO RESPONSE/BUSY
The number you called does not answer or is busy. You may also have
reached a number not connected to a fax. Check the number and call
again.
NOT ASSIGNED
You’ve tried accessing a One Touch or Super Tel-Index location with no
number assigned to it. See chapter 7 for information about storing One
Touch or Super Tel-Index numbers.
PRINTER FAULT
The print head has overheated, Unplug the machine and wait 30 minutes
for it to cool.
SCANNER ERROR
Try cleaning the white tape and the glass strip under the tape. During
cleaning, we recommend you unplug the power cord. See “Regular
Maintenance” in this chapter. If you still get a scanner error, contact
Brother dealer for service.
TOP COVER OPEN
The top cover is not completely closed.
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If You Are Having Difficulty with Your Machine
If you think there is a problem with your machine, make a copy first. If
the copy looks good, the problem is probably not your machine. Check
the difficulties below and follow the troubleshooting tips.
Printing or Receiving Faxes
Condensed Print and Horizontal Streaks;
Top and Bottom of Sentences Cut Off
If your copy looks good, you probably had a bad connection, with
static or interference on the phone line. Ask the other party to send a
fax again. If the copy looks bad, clean the scanner area. If there is
still a problem, call Brother dealer for service.
Vertical Black Lines When Receiving
The sender’s scanner may be dirty. Ask the sender to make a copy to
see if the problem is with the sending machine. Try receiving from
another fax machine. If the problem continues, contact the Brother
dealer for service.
Phone Line or Connections
Fax Machine Does Not Answer When Called
Make sure the machine is in the correct receiving mode for your
setup (either FAX, F/T (FAX/TEL) or TAD). Check for dial tone. If
possible, call your machine to hear it answer. If there is still no
answer, check the telephone line cord connection. Connect a standard
telephone handset to the machine’s telephone jack. If there is no
ringing when you call your machine, call your Telephone Company
to check the line.
No Dial Tone on the Handset
Press Speaker Phone––OR––Lift the handset. If you hear no dial
tone, check telephone line cord connections at the machine and wall
jack. Check that the handset is connected to the machine’s handset
jack. Test the wall jack with another single line telephone. If no dial
tone on the wall outlet, call your Telephone Company.
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Sending Faxes
Poor Transmitting Quality
Try changing your resolution to FINE or SUPERFINE (see “Setup
Send” of chapter 6). Make a copy to verify the machine’s scanner
operation.
Dialling Does Not Work
Check for a dial tone.
Change TONE/PULSE setting (see “Initial Setup” of chapter 4).
Check all line cord connections.
Check power cord connection.
Send a manual fax by pressing Speaker Phone––OR––Lifting the
handset, and dialling the number. Wait to hear fax receiving tones
before pressing Start.
Vertical Black Lines When Sending
Use your machine to make a copy. If the copy shows the same
problem, the scanner area is dirty. Lift the front cover and check the
document path. Clean the scanner’s white pressure tape and the glass
strip under the tape using isopropyl alcohol and a line-free cloth.
Handling Incoming Calls
See
“For F/T
(Fax/Tel)
Mode Only”
chap. 5
F/T Pseudo-Ring in F/T Mode
The machine knows the incoming call is not a fax so it is signalling
you to answer the telephone call. Pick up the machine’s handset or
answer from an extension phone and press your machine’s Remote
Deactivation Code (default setting is #51).
Transferring a Call to the Machine
If you have answered the machine’s handset, press Start, and hang
up immediately.
If you answered at an extension phone, press your three-digit Remote
Activation Code (the factory setting is 51). When your machine
answers, hang up.
Fax Machine “Hears” Voice as CNG Tone
If your machine is set to Fax Detect ON, and it answers voice calls
by trying to receive a fax, try turning Fax Detect to OFF.
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Transmission Verification Report Prints
“RESULT:ERROR”
There is probably temporary noise or static on the phone line. Try
sending the fax again. If the problem continues, call the Telephone
Company to check your phone line.
Packing and Shipping the Machine
Whenever you transport the machine, use the packing materials that
came with your machine. If you do not pack the machine correctly, you
could void your warranty.
1 Unplug the machine from the AC outlet.
2 Remove the paper wire extension, paper support, document support,
and handset, and pack them.
3 Wrap the machine in the plastic bag and place it in the original
carton with the original packing material.
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4 Place additional parts (such as cords and telephone line) and
documents (such as your manual) into the carton.
*(Only for MFC-925)
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5 Close the carton.
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Regular Maintenance
Cleaning the Scanner
Clean the white tape and the glass strip under the tape with isopropyl
alcohol on a lint-free cloth. Be careful not to bend the spring plate or
drop anything into the machine. Before cleaning, unplug the power cord
for safety.
White Tape
Glass Strip
Spring Plate
Cleaning the Print Head
To clean the machine print head, wipe the metal part and plastic part with
a lint-free cloth that is dry or lightly moistened with isopropyl alcohol.
Before cleaning, unplug the power cord for safety.
Plastic
Part
Metal Part
15
C H A P T E R
F I F T E E N
Specifications
Type
Desktop facsimile transceiver
Compatibility
ITU-T Group 3
Coding system
Modified Huffman (MH)
Modem speed
14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400; Automatic Fallback
(FAX-930 and FAX-940 E-mail)
9600/7200/4800/2400; Automatic Fallback (FAX-920 and
MFC-925)
Document input width
148 mm to 216 mm
Scanning/Printing width
208 mm
Paper cassette
100 Sheets (85 g/m2)
Printer type
Line Thermal with Ribbon
Grey scale
64 levels (Dithered)
Display
LCD, 16 characters
Polling types
Standard, Secure, Delayed, Sequential
Contrast contr ol
Automatic/Light/Dark (manual setting)
Resolution
• Horizontal 8 dot/mm
• Vertical Standard––3.85 line/mm
Fine, Photo––7.7 line/mm
Superfine, Photo (copy)––15.4 line/mm
Memory capacity
512 KB (up to 20 pages*)
One Touc h dial
16 stations
Super Tel-Inde x
32 stations
* “Pages” refers to the “Brother Standard Chart No.1” (a typical A4 business letter, Standard
resolution).
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Automatic redial
4 times at 2 minute intervals
3 times at 2 minute intervals (Only for Ireland)
Speaker type
Full Duplex, Digital (FAX-930, FAX-940 E-mail)
Monitor (FAX-920, MFC-925)
Auto ans wer
1, 2, 3 or 4 rings
2, 3 or 4 rings (Only for Ireland)
Comm unication sour ce
Public switched telephone network
Operating en vironment
5 – 35°C
Power sour ce
220 – 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Standby: under 5 watts –– Peak: under 170 watts
Dimensions
307 x 341 x 182 (mm)
Weight
4.3 kg
Specifications are subject to change for improvement without prior notice.
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Glossary
ADF (Automatic Document Feed) Refers to the number of pages that
can be placed in the document feeder and fed one at a time
automatically.
automatic fax transmission Sending a fax without picking up the
handset or pressing Speaker Phone.
Backup Print Sets your machine to print a copy of faxes that are
received and stored in memory.
beeper The sound the keys make when they are pressed, an error occurs
or a document has been received or transmitted.
broadcasting The ability to send the same fax message to more than
one location.
Call Back Message Allows you to send a fax and then leave a message
for the other party to call you back.
Call Reservation Allows you send a fax and then at the end of
transmission, you can talk with the other party.
Caller ID A service purchased from the Telephone Company that lets
you see the number (or name) of the party calling you.
Cancel Job Cancels a programmed job, like Delayed Fax or Polling.
CNG tones The special tones (beeps) sent by fax machines during
automatic transmission to tell the receiving machine that they are a
from fax machine.
communication error (or Comm. Error) An error during fax sending
or receiving, usually caused by line noise or static.
Contrast Setting to compensate for dark or light documents, by
lightening dark documents or darkening light documents.
Cover Page Prints a page at the other party’s machine, that contains the
sender and recipient’s name and fax number, number of pages and
comment. You can generate an electronic cover page at the other end
with pre-programmed information from memory or you can print a
sample cover page to fax with your document.
Delayed Transmission Sends your fax at a later time that day.
ECM (Error Correction Mode) Detects errors during fax transmission
and resends the page(s) of the document that had an error.
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GLOSSARY
F/T Ring Time The length of time the machine rings (when the answer
mode setting is FAX/TEL) to notify you to pick up a voice call that it
answered.
Fax Forwarding Sends a fax received in memory to another
preprogrammed fax number.
fax tones The signals sent by sending and receiving fax machines while
communicating information.
Fine Mode Resolution is 196 x 203 dpi. It is used for small print and
graphs.
grey scale The shades of grey available for copying and faxing
photographs.
group number A combination of One Touch and/or Super Tel-Index
numbers that are stored on a One Touch key for Broadcasting.
ICM (incoming message) A recorded voice message received into an
external answering machine or the FAX-930/940 E-mail’s digital
Message Manager.
Interrupt Temporarily puts a waiting job on hold while you perform
another operation.
Journal Lists information about the last 30 incoming and outgoing
faxes. TX means Transmit. RX means Receive.
Journal Period The preprogrammed time period between automatically
printed Journal Reports. You can print Journal on demand without
interrupting this cycle.
LCD (Liquid crystal display) The display screen on the machine that
shows interactive messages during On-Screen Programming and
defaults to the date and time when the machine is idle.
manual fax When you press Speaker Phone––OR––lift the handset
so you can hear the receiving fax machine answer before you press
Start to begin transmission.
Memory Status List Shows how much memory is being used, how
much is left, and the type of messages in memory.
memory usage Instructs the machine how to allocate the memory.
Message Manager The Message Manager is an electronic messaging
facility for faxes and voice mail. Callers can send you faxes or leave
voice messages for you, and you can retrieve these from a remote
location.
Next Fax Reservation Accepts the next document in the document
feeder for transmission while the machine is still receiving.
OGM (Outgoing Message) The message callers hear when you call
your Message Manager or external answering machine.
GLOSSARY
Out of Paper Reception Receives faxes into the machine’s memory
when the machine is out of paper.
Overseas Mode Makes temporary changes to the fax tones to
accommodate noise and static on overseas phone lines.
Paging Feature enables your fax unit to call your pager when a fax and/
or a voice message is received into its memory.
Pause Allows you to place a 3.5 second delay in the dialling sequence
stored on One Touch and Super Tel-Index numbers.
Personal Mailbox Callers can send a confidential fax or leave a private
voice message in one of five personal mailboxes. The fax machine
user must enter a password to access his or her personal mailbox,
thus preventing other users of the machine from gaining access to
these faxes or voice messages.
Photo Mode A resolution setting that uses varying shades of grey for
the best representation of photographs.
polling The process of a fax machine calling another fax machine to
retrieve waiting fax messages.
print reduction reduces the size of incoming faxes.
Pulse A form of dialling on a telephone line.
Quick-Dial Keys on the machine control panel where you can store
numbers for easy dialling. You must use a separate key for each
number.
Quick-Dial List A listing of names and numbers stored in One Touch
and Super Tel-Index memory, in numerical order.
remote access The ability to access your Message Manager remotely
from a touch tone phone.
remote access code The four-digit code that allows you to call and
access your Message Manager from a remote location.
remote activation allows you to transfer a fax call, answered at an
extension phone, to the machine.
resolution The number of vertical and horizontal lines per inch. See:
Standard, Fine, Super Fine, Photo.
Ring Delay The number of telephone rings before the machine answers
a call in F/T or FAX ONLY mode.
scanning The process of sending an electronic image of an original
paper document into your computer.
Standard resolution 98 x 203 dpi. It is used for regular size text and
quickest transmission.
Station ID The stored information that appears on the top of faxed
pages. It includes the sender’s name and fax number.
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GLOSSARY
super fine resolution 392 x 203 dpi. Best for very small print and line
art.
System Setup List A printed report that shows the current setting of
your machine.
thermal transfer A printing process in which heat transfers carbon ink
from a ribbon to plain paper.
Toll Saver A Message Manager setting that allows the machine to
answer after two ring when a message(s) was received and after four
rings when there are no messages. The caller can hang up (after two
rings) without paying for the call if there are no messages to retrieve.
Tone A form of dialling on the telephone line used for Touch Tone
telephones.
transmission The process of sending documents over the phone lines
from your fax machine to the receiving fax machine.
Voice On Demand This facility enables you to store a number of
different information messages for callers. An initial message tells
callers what is in each Voice On Demand memory box, and prompts
them to press a key to access the memory box they require.
Xmit Report (Transmission Report) A listing of each transmission,
showing caller ID, date, time, and number of pages.
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Index
A
Activation Code ................ 20, 42, 43, 45, 46
Alternating Displays ................................. 26
Answer Mode ............................... 19, 39, 40
Assembly .................................................. 11
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) ........ 57
Automatic Transmission ........................... 58
B
Backup printing ........................................ 94
Beeper ....................................................... 34
Beeps .................................................. 85, 98
Broadcasting ....................................... 66, 76
Document Size .......................................... 57
E
ECM (Error Correction Mode) ................... 3
Enlarged Copies ........................................ 56
Entering Text ............................................ 33
Erasing Messages ......................... 92, 94, 95
Error Messages ............... 117, 118, 119, 120
Extension Cord ....................................... 114
Extension Telephone ..................... 18, 42, 45
External Telephone ............................. 21, 45
External Telephone Answering Device
(TAD) .................................................... 19
C
F
Call Back Message ................................... 65
Caller ID ........................... 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
Call Reservation ................................. 64, 65
Cancelling a Job ................................. 54, 69
Cleaning .................................................. 126
Connecting ........................ 15, 16, 19, 20, 21
Contrast ..................................................... 62
Control Panel .................................. 4, 5, 6, 7
Copy ......................................................... 55
Corrections ............................................... 34
Cover Page .............................. 59, 60, 61, 62
F/T (Fax/Tel) Mode ...................... 39, 45, 81
F/T (Fax/Tel) Outgoing Announcement
(OGM) .................................................. 42
F/T Pseudo-Ringing .................................. 41
F/T (Fax/Tel) Ring Time ........................... 41
Fax Detect ................................................. 42
Fax Forwarding ................................... 83, 96
Fax Only Mode ......................................... 39
Fax Redial ................................................. 58
Fax Storage ............................................... 84
Fax Tones and Handshake .......................... 2
Fine Resolution ......................................... 63
Flexible Memory Settings ........................ 89
Function Mode .......................................... 25
Function Selection Table
...................................... 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
D
Date and Time ........................................... 31
Deactivation Code .............................. 45, 46
Delayed Polling ........................................ 53
Delayed Transmission .............................. 65
Dialling Mode ........................................... 31
Document ................................................. 57
G
Grey Scale ............................................... 127
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INDEX
Groups ...................................................... 76
H
HELP .................................................. 1, 5, 7
Hold .................................................. 4, 6, 81
O
OGM (Outgoing Message)
............ 19, 91, 92, 97, 106, 108, 109, 110
On-Screen Programming .......................... 25
One Touch Dialling............................. 71, 80
Overseas Mode ......................................... 63
I
ICM Recording Monitor ........................... 96
Inserting Spaces ........................................ 34
Installation .................................................. 9
Interrupting ............................................... 69
J
Jam .......................................... 117, 118, 119
Journal .................................................... 111
Journal Period ......................................... 112
L
Loading Paper ........................................... 15
M
Maintenance ........................................... 126
Manual Dialling ........................................ 79
Manual Mode ............................................ 39
Manual Transmission ................................ 58
Maximum Message Time ......................... 95
Memory .............................................. 44, 89
Memory Status List ................................ 111
Memory Storage ....................................... 37
Memory Transmission .............................. 64
Message Manager Mode ........................... 89
Message Manager Plus ........................... 103
Message Store ........................................... 89
Multi-Line Connections ............................ 17
Multiple Copies ........................................ 55
Multiple Resolution .................................. 67
Multiple Transmission .............................. 70
Mute .................................................. 4, 6, 81
N
Next-Fax Reservation ............................... 66
P
Packing and Shipping ............................. 123
Packing List ................................................ 9
Paging ....................................................... 96
Paper Size ................................................. 15
Password ................................................. 106
Pause ......................................................... 81
PABX .................................................. 35, 81
PC Interface Mode .................................... 55
Personal Mailbox .................................... 105
Personal Mailbox Memo ........................ 107
Personal Mailbox Remote Retrieval ....... 108
Photo Resolution ...................................... 63
Playing Messages ............................. 93, 106
Polling ....................................................... 51
Power ...................... 10, 16, 31, 37, 113, 114
Printing ....................................... 44, 61, 111
Program Fax Forward Number ........... 83, 97
Q
Quick-Dial ................................................ 71
Quick-Dial List ....................................... 111
R
Recording a Conversation ......................... 96
Recording a Memo ........................... 96, 108
Recording Monitor ................................... 96
Recording Paper ....................................... 15
Redial ........................................................ 58
Reduction ............................................ 43, 56
Reducing Copy ......................................... 56
Remote Access Code .............. 84, 85, 98, 99
Remote Activation .................................... 45
Remote Code ............................................ 46
INDEX
Remote Commands .......................... 85, 100
Remote Deactivation ................................ 45
Remote Retrieval ........................ 85, 98, 108
Reports .................................................... 111
Resolution ................................................. 63
Ring Delay ................................................ 41
Ring Volume ............................................. 36
S
Safety Instructions .................................. 113
Scroll ......................................................... 25
Sequential Polling ..................................... 53
Setting Up ................................................... 9
Sort ........................................................... 55
Speakerphone ............................................ 79
Speaker Volume ........................................ 36
Special Characters .................................... 34
Specifications .......................................... 127
Stack ......................................................... 55
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Standard Resolution .................................. 63
Station ID .................................................. 32
Super Fine Resolution .............................. 63
Super Tel-Index .................................. 72, 80
System Setup List ................................... 111
T
TAD MESSAGE ....................................... 91
TAD Mode ................................................ 39
Telephone Answering Device (TAD) ....... 19
Temporary Cover Page ............................. 59
Toll Saver .................................................. 95
Tone/Pulse ................................................ 31
Transmission Verification Report ........... 112
Troubleshooting ...................................... 117
V
Voice Calls ................................................ 79
Volume ................................................ 34, 36
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INDEX
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Accessory List
Model Name
Description
PC301
Printing Cartridge (1 set per box)
PC300RF
1 re-fill for use in PC301 Printing Cartridge
PC302RF
2 re-fills for use in PC301 Printing Cartridge
PC304RF
4 re-fills for use in PC301 Printing Cartridge
CT-70
Original Document Catch Tray
For optimum print quality and product performance within
published specifications, use only the correct Brother replacement
ribbon. The use of other ribbons may invalidate your warranty.
REMOTE CONTROL ACCESS CARD
Change Answer Mode
(For FAX-920
➔
or MFC-925)
Press 9 8
then for TAD, press 1.
Fax/Telephone (F/T), press 2.
Fax, press 3.
Using Remote Access Code
1 Dial your machine phone number from a
Exit Remote Operation
Press 9 0.
Change Remote Access Code
(For FAX-930
or FAX-940
E-mail)
1 Press Menu, 8, 3.
2 Enter a three-digit number. The
➔
changed.
3 Press Set.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Check Receiving Status
Press 9 7
then for Fax message, press 1.
Voice message, press 2.
1 long beep — received messages
3 short beeps — no messages
cannot be
4
touch tone phone.
2 Enter your Remote Control Access Code
(159 ) after the beep.
3 Your machine signals the kinds of messages
received:
1 long beep — Fax message(s)
No beeps — no messages
4 After 2 short beeps, enter a command.
5 Press 9 0 to reset your machine when you
finish.
6 Hang up.
1
Retrieve Personal Mailbox
Messages (For FAX-930 only)
MESSAGE MANAGER
REMOTE CONTROL ACCESS CARD
1 Dial your fax machine number.
2 During first level OGM, enter 0 1 .
3 During second level OGM, enter
Using Remote Access Code
1 Dial your fax machine phone number
from a touch tone phone.
2 Enter your Remote Control Access Code
(159 ) after the beep.
3 The fax machine signals the kinds of
messages received:
1 long beep — Fax message(s)
2 long beeps — Voice message(s)
3 long beeps — Fax and Voice message(s)
No beeps — no messages
4 After 2 short beeps, enter a command.
5 Press 9 0 to reset the machine when you
finish.
6 Hang up.
Personal Mailbox number (2-digit
number) and press .
4 Enter 4-digit password.
5 Press 1 to replay message.
Press 2 to skip message.
Press 9 to stop message playback.
Press 3 to erase all messages.
6 Hang up.
Change Answer Mode
Press 9 8
then for Message Manager (TAD mode),
press 1.
Fax/Telephone (F/T), press 2.
Fax Only, press 3.
Exit Remote Operation
Press 9 0.
5
6
1
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ACCESSORY LIST
Retrieve a Fax
Remote Commands
Change Fax Forwarding Setting
Press 9 5
then to Turn feature off press 1.
Enter Fax Forwarding press 2.
Program Fax Forward Number press
4. Enter the new number of the remote
fax machine where you want your fax
messages forwarded and then press #
#. Press 9 6 1 after two short beeps,
then enter the number of remote fax
machine, and then # # to retrieve
Memory Status List.
Turn Fax Storage on press 6.
Turn Fax Storage off press 7.
2
Press 9 6
then to Print a Memory Status List press 1,
then enter the number of remote fax
machine, and then # #. After the beep,
hang up and wait.
Retrieve all faxes press 2, then enter the
number of remote fax machine, and
then # #. After the beep, hang up and
wait.
Erase all fax messages press 3.
Check the Receiving Status
Press 9 7 1.
1 long beep — Fax message(s)
3 short beeps — no messages
Changing Remote Access Code
Erase All Messages
1 Press Menu, 8, 7.
2 Enter a three-digit number from 000 to
Press 9 3. If you hear three beeps, all
messages have not yet been heard, and the
messages will not be erased.
999. The
cannot be changed.
Program Fax Forward Number
press 4. Enter the new number of
the remote fax machine where
you want your fax messages
forwarded and then press # #.
Press 9 6 1 after two short beeps,
then enter the number of remote
fax machine, and then # # to
retrieve Memory Status List.
Play/Record Outgoing Message
3 Press Set.
4 Press Stop to exit.
Press 9 1
then to Repeat a message press 1.
Skip to next message press 2.
Stop playing the message press 9.
Press 9 4
then to Play Message Center OGM press
1 1.
Play F/T OGM press 1 2.
Record new Message Center
OGM press 2 1, then speak after
beep. Press 9 to stop.
Record new F/T OGM press 2 2,
then speak after beep. Press 9 to
stop.
Record a Memo
Change Paging/Fax Forwarding Setting
Remote Commands
Listen to Voice Messages
Press 9 2.
Wait for the beep, then speak.
then to Stop recording — Press 9.
Retrieve a Fax
Press 9 6
then to Print a Memory Status List press
1, then enter the number of
remote fax machine, and then # #.
After the beep, hang up and wait.
Retrieve all faxes press 2, then
enter the number of remote fax
machine, and then # #. After the
beep, hang up and wait.
Erase all fax messages press 3.
Press 9 5
then to Turn feature off press 1.
Enter Fax Forwarding press 2.
Enter Paging press 3.
2
3
3
4
Declaration of Conformity
We
Brother International Europe Ltd.
Brother House,
1, Tame Street,
Audenshaw,
Manchester, M34 5JE
United Kingdom
declare that this product is in conformity with the following normative
documents:
Safety: EN 60950 : 1993
EMC: EN55022 1987 Class B
EN50082-1:1992
following the provisions of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC (as amended by 91/
263/EEC and 92/31/EEC)
This machine is approved for use in the country of purchase only, local
Brother companies or their dealers will only support fax machines purchased
in their own countries.
* Manufactured by Brother Industries Ltd., whose quality system
is registered by BSI and JQA.
BSI Certificate of registration No. FM27214
JQA Certificate of registration No. JQA-0367
UK/S.AF/IRE
UU00790044
Printed in Japan
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