Sharp FO-135 Specifications

Sharp FO-135 Specifications
FO-5900
MODEL
FO-5900
FACSIMILE
FACSIMILE
OPERATION MANUAL
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3.
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8.
9.
Installation
Sending Documents
Receiving Documents
Making Copies
Special Functions
Optional Settings
Printing Lists
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
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WARRANTY
Facsimile Products
Congratulations on Your Purchase!
This Sharp product is warranted against manufacturing defects for a period of twelve (12) months from
the date of original purchase.
In the event of any defect arising in the equipment during the warranty period, such repairs should only
be carried out by the Dealer from which the unit was originally purchased or a Service Centre approved
by Sharp to service this type of equipment. These repairs would be carried out at no charge to the
owner, subject to the conditions specified herein.
The owner is responsible for any transportation and insurance costs if the product has to be returned
for repair.
This warranty does not extend to accessories or defects or injuries caused by or resulting from causes
not attributable to faulty parts or the manufacture of the product, including but not limited to, defect or
injury caused by or resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, accidental damage, improper voltage, liquid
spillage, vermin infestation, software, use of consumables other than those approved by Sharp, or any
alterations made to the product which are not authorised by Sharp.
Please retain your sales documentation, as this should be produced to validate a warranty claim.
This warranty is in addition to and in no way limits, varies or excludes any express and implied rights
and remedies under any relevant legislation in the country of sale. However, to the extent permitted by
such legislation, Sharp excludes any liability for any indirect or consequential damages arising from the
purchase or use of the product.
To the extent permitted by law, Sharp excludes all implied warranties and conditions and where the
product is one that is not normally required for personal, domestic or household use, Sharp limits its
liability to the repair or replacement (at Sharp's option) of materials or workmanship which are found by
Sharp to be defective.
For your reference, please enter the particulars of your purchase below and retain, with your purchase
documentation.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Place of Purchase
SPform046 (Dec2001)
FOR LOCATION ENQUIRIES WITHIN
FOR THE SERVICING OF PRODUCTS
AUSTRALIA
PURCHASED IN
REGARDING YOUR LOCAL
SHARP APPROVED SERVICE CENTRE
NEW ZEALAND
CALL SHARP
LOCAL CALL: 1 300 135 022
FACSIMILE: (02) 9672 1210
WEB: www.sharp.net.au
SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LIMITED
A.B.N. 40 003 039 405
CONTACT YOUR SELLING DEALER/RETAILER
OR FOR REFERRAL TO A
SERVICE CENTRE,
CALL SHARP CUSTOMER SERVICES
TELEPHONE: 09 573 0111
FACSIMILE: 09 573 0113
WEB: www.sharpnz.co.nz
SHARP CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
59 Hugo Johnston Drive Penrose, Auckland
1 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood NSW 2148
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Important Notice: This warranty applies only to products sold in Australia & New Zealand
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Introduction
Welcome, and thank you for choosing a Sharp facsimile machine. The features
and specifications of your new Sharp fax machine are shown below.
Automatic dialling
Conventional Auto Dialling:
Rapid Key Dialling: 59 numbers
Speed Dialling: 75 numbers
Personal Auto Dial Books: 10 books
(59 Rapid Keys, 16 Speed Dial numbers
per book)
Memory size*
2 MB (approx. 124 pages )
Optional memory: FO-8MK (8 MB; approx. 500
pages)
Modem speed
33,600 bps (max.) with automatic fallback to lower
speeds.
Transmission time*
Approx. 2 seconds
Toner cartridge yield
(continuous printing,
4% page coverage,
A4 paper)
Initial starter cartridge (included with fax machine):
Approx. 3000 pages
Replacement cartridge FO-59DC: Approx. 6000
pages
Drum cartridge yield
Initial starter cartridge (included with fax machine):
20,000 pages (ave.)
Replacement cartridge (FO-47DR): 20,000 pages
(ave.)
Resolution
Horizontal: 8 pels/mm
Vertical:
Standard: 3.85 lines/mm
Fine/Halftone: 7.7 lines/mm
Super fine: 15.4 lines mm
Automatic document feeder A4 paper (80 g/m2): Max. 50 pages
Paper capacity
250 sheets (80 g/m2)
(500-sheet cassette available as option)
*Based on ITU-T Test Chart #1 at standard resolution, excluding time for
protocol signals (i.e., ITU-T phase C time only).
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Compression scheme
MMR, MR, MH, Sharp (H2), JBIG
Halftone (grayscale)
64 levels
Applicable telephone line
Public switched telephone network
Compatibility
ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode, Super G3 mode
Printing resolution
Horizontal: 16 lines/mm
Vertical: 15.4 lines/mm
Input document size
Automatic feeding:
Width: 148 to 256 mm
Length: 128 to 364 mm
Manual feeding:
Width: 148 to 279 mm
Length: 128 to 483 mm
Effective Scanning width
208 mm max.
Effective Printing width
203 mm max.
Reception modes
Auto/Manual
Instascan speed
1.3 sec/page (A4 paper; scan time only,
excludes document feeding time)
Full Dual Access
Yes
Copy function
Single/Multi/Sort (99 copies/page)
Power requirements
230-240 V AC, 50 Hz
Operating temperature
10 - 30°C
Humidity
20 to 85% RH
Power consumption
Standby: 9 W
Maximum: 760 W
Dimensions
Width: 546 mm
Depth: 412 mm
Height: 346 mm
(Not including paper tray or attachments)
Weight
Approx. 14.2 kg
(Not including supplies, paper tray or attachments)
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As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make
design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice. The
performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units.
There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.
Important safety information
Be sure to save these instructions!
For your safety, if any of your equipment is not operating properly or should any
physical damage occur to the equipment where internal parts may become
exposed, the equipment should be immediately disconnected from the phone line
and then the power line and returned to a SHARP authorised Service Centre for
inspection, repair, or disposal.
In Australia, installing or modifying telephone lines should only be done by an ACA
licensed serviceman. In New Zealand, installing or modifying telephone lines
should be done in accordance with Telecom wiring practices.
This facsimile machine is designed for use in Australia and New Zealand only.
When using your facsimile equipment, basic safety precautions should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including
the following:
• Do not disassemble this machine or attempt any procedures not described in
this manual. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
• This machine must only be connected to a 230-240 V, 50 Hz, earthed (3-prong)
outlet. Connecting it to any other kind of outlet will damage the machine and
invalidate the warranty.
• Do not install or use the machine near water, or when you are wet. For example,
do not use the machine near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub,
in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. Take care not to spill any liquids
on the machine.
• Use only the power cord provided with the facsimile machine. Do not use an AC
extension cord.
• Unplug the machine from the telephone socket and then the power outlet and
consult a qualified service representative if any of the following situations occur:
- Liquid has been spilled into the machine or the machine has been
exposed to rain or water.
- The machine produces odors, smoke, or unusual noises.
- The power cord is frayed or damaged.
- The machine has been dropped or the housing damaged.
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• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not install the machine
where people may walk on the power cord.
• Never insert objects of any kind into slots or openings on the machine. This
could create a risk of fire or electric shock. If an object falls into the machine that
you cannot safely remove, unplug the machine and consult a qualified service
representative.
• Do not place this machine on an unstable cart, stand or table. The machine
could be seriously damaged if it falls.
• Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm.
There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
• Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
• The power outlet must be installed near the equipment and must be easily
accessible.
Important:
• This facsimile machine is not designed for use on a line which has call waiting,
call forwarding, or certain other special services offered by your telephone company. If you attempt to use the fax machine in conjunction with any of these services, you may experience errors during transmission and reception of facsimile
messages.
• This machine is not compatible with digital telephone systems.
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WARNING NOTICE:
NO calls can be made to or from this fax machine during a mains power failure.
WARNING: Australian Communications Authority (ACA) regulations state that no
unauthorised changes or modifications to this equipment are permitted.
Note: Complies with ACA and NZ TELECOM standard AS/NZS3548 regarding emission of
electromagnetic interference.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in an
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause interference. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit to that which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For Australia: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment is written on the
back of the machine. The sum of all Ringer Equivalence Numbers (REN's) on your
telephone line should not exceed 3 to assure correct service from your telephone company.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NEW ZEALAND USERS
Please note:
The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has
accepted that the item complies with the minimum conditions for connection to its network. It
indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty.
Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another
item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any
product is compatible with all of Telecom's network services.
This equipment shall not be set up to make automatic calls to the Telecom `111' Emergency
Service.
To avoid telephone charges for local calls, be sure to store numbers without area code in your
auto-dial locations.
This equipment may not provide for the effective hand-over of a call to another device
connected to the same line.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1
Important safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Table of Contents
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A Look at the Operation Panel
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1. Installation
Unpacking Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Print Cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading Printing Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering Your Name and Fax Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Sending Documents
Transmittable Documents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading the Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Resolution and Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Fax by Normal Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming Auto-Dial Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating and Using Personal Books. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cover Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Batch Page Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Receiving Documents
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24
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30
30
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35
36
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50
55
57
58
Using AUTO Reception Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Using MANUAL Reception Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Substitute Reception to Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
4. Making Copies
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Table of Contents
5. Special Functions
63
Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Confidential Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Polling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Timer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Batch Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Entering and Using Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Duplex Scanning for Two-sided Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Department Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Blocking Reception of Unwanted Faxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Distinctive Ring (Requires Subscription to Service) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
6. Optional Settings
99
7. Printing Lists and Reports
107
8. Maintenance
112
Cleaning the Scanning Glass and Rollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
The Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Replacing the Verification Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
9. Troubleshooting
114
Problems and Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Messages and Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Clearing Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
125
Index
126
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A Look at the Operation Panel
Upper panel
1
2
3
4
PLAIN PAPER LASER FACSIMILE
Toner Cartridge
Drum Cartridge
Paper Supply
ALARM Guide
HALF TONE
ALARM
STANDARD
TONER
FINE
LINE IN USE
SUPER FINE
Paper Jam
Paper Size Error
Printer Cover Open
Out Put Tray Error
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
5
6
1
Display
This displays messages and prompts to help you operate the machine.
2
ALARM indicator
This blinks when one of the paper sources is empty or the drum cartridge is
near the end of its life (printing is still possible). This lights steadily when the
drum cartridge has reached the end of its life, all paper sources are empty, the
print compartment cover is open, or a paper jam has occurred (printing is not
possible). A message will appear in the display to indicate the problem.
3
TONER indicator
This blinks when the toner cartridge nears empty, and lights steadily when the
toner cartridge needs replacement.
4
LINE IN USE light
This lights when the fax machine is using the telephone line.
5
CONTRAST key
Press this key to adjust the contrast before sending or copying a document.
6
RESOLUTION key
Press this key to adjust the resolution before sending or copying a document.
An indicator will light next to the selected setting (HALFTONE, STANDARD,
FINE or SUPER FINE).
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Middle panel (Rapid Key pad)
7
01
02
Q / !
11
12
21
31
Z / <
9
40
Q / !
50
SYMBOL
S
X / >
/ / \
51
A / |
15
16
F
C
07
G / {
B
12
R / $
53
H / }
N / *
J / [
13
14
44
45
T / %
Y / &
54
55
15
56
48
I / (
57
D
F
G / {
H / }
J / [
COVER SHEET
LIFE
MEM.STATUS
REPORT
DOCUMENT
V
B
N / *
_
X / >
C
SHIFT
/ ^
/ / \
; / :
Space
DEL
49
O / )
58
S
Z / <
.au
39
16
TIMER
Caps Lock
@
. / ,
47
U / '
L / +
30
38
-
46
K / ]
M / ?
P / =
20
29
37
_
10
O / )
19
28
36
Space
09
I / (
18
27
35
; / :
08
U / '
17
26
V
43
E / #
52
PAGE COUNTER CONFIDENTIAL
Y / &
25
11
42
W / "
06
T / %
34
10
41
05
D
24
33
/ ^
R / $
14
23
32
SHIFT
8
13
22
Caps Lock
04
E / #
A / |
SYMBOL
7
03
W / "
P / =
59
K / ]
L / +
M / ?
@
.au
-
. / ,
DEL
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Rapid Dial Keys
Press one of these keys to dial a fax number automatically. (Note that you
must attach the Rapid Key labels.) When navigating through the display
menu, a Rapid Key can also be pressed in place of the numeric keys to enter
a two-digit number (for example, you can press Rapid Key 01 to enter the
number “01”).
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SYMBOL key
When entering a name, press this key to enter the symbol on a letter key (the
character to the right of the slash). Press the key again to turn off symbol
entry mode.
9
PAGE COUNTER key
Press this key to include a slash and the total number of pages after each
page number on the pages of a transmitted document.
10
CONFIDENTIAL key
Press this key to send or print out a confidential document.
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TIMER key
Press this key to set an operation to be performed automatically at a later
time.
12
COVER SHEET key
Press this key to include a cover sheet when sending a fax.
13
LIFE key
Press this key, followed by 1 , to check the total number of pages printed by
the fax machine.
14
MEM. STATUS key
Press this key to check the status of fax transmission jobs, copy jobs, and fax
receptions. This key can also be used to cancel a job.
15
REPORT key
Press this key to print out a report on the most recently completed
transmission or reception.
16
DOCUMENT key
Press this key to transmit a document directly from the feeder without reading
it into memory.
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Lower panel
17
18
JOB STATUS
DUPLEX SCAN
ABC
1
GHI
2
4
TUV
OPER
25
MENU
UP
COPY/HELP
SPEED DIAL
6
Z
START/
ENTER
A
REDIAL
9
STOP
SPEAKER
0
26
24
3
WXYZ
8
7
BROADCAST
PERSONAL
BOOK
MNO
5
20 21 22 23
PRIORITY
DEF
JKL
PQRS
19
DOWN
27
28 29
30
31
17
JOB STATUS key
Two types of information appear in the display: prompts related to operations
you are performing, and information about how the fax machine is using the
telephone line (transmitting, receiving, etc.). Press this key to change
between the two types of information.
18
DUPLEX SCAN key
Press this key to transmit or copy a two-sided document.
19
PRIORITY key
Press this key when you need to transmit a document ahead of other
documents waiting in memory for transmission.
20
BROADCAST key
Press this key to send a fax to a group of receiving fax machines.
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PERSONAL BOOK
Press this key to use or store an auto-dial number in a personal book. If the
book has a passcode, enter the passcode; otherwise, select the book with
or
and press
START/
ENTER
.
22
SPEED DIAL key
Press this key to dial a Speed Dial number.
23
MENU key
Press this key to select special functions and settings.
24
UP and DOWN arrow keys
Volume setting: Press these keys to change the speaker volume when the
SPEAKER key has been pressed, or the ringer volume at any other time.
25
COPY/HELP key
When a document is in the feeder, press this key to make a copy of a
document. At any other time, press this key to print out the Help List, a quick
reference guide to the operation of your fax machine.
26
Dial keypad (numeric keys)
Use these keys to dial and program fax numbers.
27
REDIAL key
Press this key to automatically redial the last number dialed.
28
SPEAKER key
Press this key when transmitting a document by Normal Dialling to listen to
the line and verify the response of the receiving fax machine.
29
START/ENTER key
Press this key to begin fax transmission when using Speed Dialling, Direct
Keypad Dialling, or Normal Dialling. This key is also used to select settings
and complete entries when storing names and numbers.
30
Left and right arrow keys
Auto-dial numbers: Press these keys to search for an auto-dial number
when sending a fax.
MENU key settings: Press these keys after pressing the MENU key to scroll
through the MENU key settings.
31
STOP key
Press this key to cancel an operation before it is completed.
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1. Installation
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1. Installation
Unpacking Checklist
Before setting up, make sure you have all of the following items. If any are
missing, contact your dealer.
Power cord
Received
document tray
Telephone
line cord
Rapid Key
labels
Toner
cartridge
Paper
size
labels
ADF exit tray
Drum
cartridge
Adaptor
(for Australia)
Adaptor
(for New
Zealand)
Operation
manual
Points to keep in mind when setting up
Do not place the
machine in direct
sunlight.
Do not place the
machine near
heaters or air
conditioners.
Keep dust away from
the machine.
Keep the area
around the
machine clear.
About condensation
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, it is possible that
condensation may form on the scanning glass, preventing proper scanning of
documents for transmission. To remove the condensation, turn on the power
and wait approximately two hours before using the machine.
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Connections
Connections
Connecting the power cord
Connect the female end of the power cord to the fax machine as shown. Insert
the male end into a 230-240 V, 50 Hz, earthed (3-prong) AC outlet.
Important!
The fax machine requires its own dedicated power outlet. The power outlet
must not be shared with any other devices. In particular, do not use an
extension cord to connect multiple devices to the outlet.
♦ The power outlet must be installed near the machine and must be easily
accessible.
♦ When disconnecting the machine, unplug the telephone line cord before
unplugging the power cord.
Press the power
switch to turn on
the power.
Note: If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges, we
recommend that you install surge protectors for the power and telephone lines.
Surge protectors can be purchased at most telephone specialty stores.
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Connections
Connecting the telephone line cord
Insert one end of the telephone line cord into the adaptor. Insert the other end
of the line cord into the socket on the back of the machine marked TEL. LINE.
Plug the adaptor into the telephone socket on the wall.
For Australia
For New Zealand
Note for Australia: The fax machine is set for touch-tone dialling. If you are on a
pulse dial (rotary) line, you must set the fax machine for pulse dialling by changing
Option Setting 22. See page 104. (In New Zealand, only tone dialling is used.)
Moving your fax and reconnecting
Should it be necessary to move your fax to a new location, first disconnect the
telephone line cord before disconnecting the power lead. When reconnecting,
it is necessary to connect the power lead before connecting the telephone line
cord.
Connecting a telephone (optional)
If desired, you can connect a telephone to the TEL. SET socket on the back of
the machine.
Note: In New Zealand, not all
standard telephones will respond to
incoming ringing when connected to
the TEL. SET socket on the machine.
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Connections
Attaching the ADF exit tray
Insert the protrusion on the right side of the machine into the hole in the right
side of the ADF exit tray ➊, then bend the tray slightly and insert so that the
protrusion on the left side of the machine goes into the hole on the left side of
the ADF exit tray ➋. Pull out the tray extension ➌.
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2
3
Attaching the received document tray
Slide the received document tray into the machine as shown. When it stops,
lift the end slightly and push in so that the tray locks into place.
Important!
The received document tray must
be attached for the fax machine
to operate properly.
Verification Stamp option
Note: This feature is available as an option. Consult your dealer if you wish to
use this feature.
When transmitting a document, you can have the fax machine stamp each
document page as it is scanned. After scanning, you can check to see if all
documents have been stamped to verify that no double feeds occurred. (A
double feed occurs when two pages are fed through the scanner at once,
which means that one of the pages is not scanned.)
To use this function, have your dealer install the Verification Stamp option,
and then set Option Setting 29 to ON as explained on page 105.
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Installing the Print Cartridges
Installing the Print Cartridges
Follow the steps below to install or replace the toner and drum cartridges.
♦ The initial starter toner cartridge included with the fax machine can print
approximately 3000 A4-size pages (4% coverage of each page; continuous
printing).
♦ The replacement toner cartridge (FO-59DC) can print approximately 6000
A4-size pages.
♦ The drum cartridge (FO-47DR) can print approximately 20,000 A4-size
pages.
1
Press the cover release to open the
print compartment cover.
• Caution!
The fusing unit inside the print
compartment becomes very hot during
operation. Be careful not to touch the
inside of the compartment.
2
If you are replacing the toner cartridge,
remove the old cartridge and dispose
of it according to local regulations.
Go directly to Step 6 if you are only
replacing the toner cartridge and not
the drum cartridge.
• If you are replacing the drum cartridge
but not the toner cartridge, remove the
toner cartridge and place it on a sheet
of paper.
To make the cartridge more
compact for disposal, press
the buttons on the ends of the
handle and fold the handle
down.
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Installing the Print Cartridges
3
4
If you are replacing the drum cartridge,
remove the old cartridge and dispose
of it according to local regulations.
Remove the new drum cartridge from
its packaging. Insert the drum
cartridge into the print compartment.
• Caution! Excessive exposure to light
BLUE
will damage the drum cartridge. Install
the cartridge promptly after removing it
from its packaging.
GREEN
• Make sure the drum cartridge is
inserted in as far as it will go.
5
6
If you are installing a new toner
cartridge, remove the new toner
cartridge from its packaging. Remove
the tape from the cartridge and then
open the cartridge handle so that it
stands straight up.
Shake as indicated by the arrows to
distribute the toner evenly within the
cartridge.
• If the toner is still lumpy after shaking,
the gears in the cartridge may make a
noticeable sound when the print
compartment cover is closed after
installing the cartridge. This is normal
and does not indicate a problem.
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Installing the Print Cartridges
7
Hold the toner cartridge by the handle
and insert it into the print
compartment.
• Make sure the toner cartridge clicks
BLUE
into place.
• The handle can be left standing up.
GREEN
8
Close the print compartment cover.
9
Reset the drum counter by pressing
overlay), 3 , and
START/
ENTER
LIFE
V
(flip up the Rapid Key
.
• Note: The toner counter automatically resets each time you replace the
toner cartridge. There is normally no need to reset the toner counter
manually. Should you find it necessary to manually reset the toner counter,
press
LIFE
V
(flip up the Rapid Key overlay), 2 , and
START/
ENTER
.
Note: The print compartment cover may become noticeably warm if a large
number of pages are successively printed. This is normal and does not indicate a
problem in the machine.
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Installing the Print Cartridges
When to replace the toner cartridge
When the toner cartridge nears empty (about 100 pages can still be printed),
the toner cartridge indicator on the operation panel will blink. When the toner
cartridge is empty, the toner cartridge indicator will light steadily and
REPLACE TONER will appear in the display. Printing will no longer be
possible. Use the following replacement toner cartridge:
Sharp FO-59DC toner cartridge
Hint:
When the toner cartridge nears empty, try taking it out of the machine and
shaking it. This may increase the number of pages that can be printed before
the toner runs out.
When to replace the drum cartridge
When the drum cartridge nears the end of its life, the ALARM indicator on the
operation panel will blink and DRUM LIFE REACHED will appear in the
display (this message appears when approximately 1000 pages can still be
printed). Use the following replacement drum cartridge:
Sharp FO-47DR drum cartridge
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Loading Printing Paper
Loading Printing Paper
You can load up to 250 sheets of A4 paper (80 g/m2) in the paper tray.
♦ A paper cassette is available as an option. Up to 500 sheets of A4 paper
can be loaded in the paper cassette.To have the cassette installed, consult
your dealer.
Important: Do not use the back side of paper that has already been printed
on.
Note: If you need to add paper to the tray or cassette while paper still
remains, remove the remaining paper and combine it into a single stack with
the new paper.
Loading paper in the paper tray
1
2
Remove the received document tray.
Insert a stack of paper into the tray,
print side up.
Red line
• Important! The stack of paper must not
be higher than the red line on the paper
tray.
3
Squeeze the paper guide and move it
to match the length of the paper you
are loading.
An “A4” paper size label
can be attached here
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Loading Printing Paper
4
Replace the received document tray.
• The received document tray must be
attached for the fax machine to operate
properly.
Loading paper in the paper cassette (if installed)
1
2
22
Grasp the hand-hold on the cassette
and pull the cassette out until it stops.
Push the pressure plate down until it
locks into position.
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Loading Printing Paper
3
4
Squeeze the paper guide and pull up to
move it to the appropriate holes for the
length of the paper. Push the guide
down into the holes.
1
2
Place a stack of paper in the cassette,
print side up.
• Make sure the stack of paper is not
higher than the two tabs on the paper
guide and the two metal tabs. If it is,
remove some of the paper.
• If you find it difficult to load the paper,
remove the cassette from the machine.
(Pull the cassette out as far as it will go,
grasp the left side of the cassette with
your left hand, and then lift it up and out
with both hands.)
5
Push the cassette back into the
machine, making sure it clicks into
place.
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Entering Your Name and Fax Number
Entering Your Name and Fax Number
To have your name and fax number automatically appear at the top of each
fax page you send, follow the steps below to program this information.
1
Press
Display:
MENU
and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
,
)
2
Press 0 and 3 .
3
Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits) by pressing the numeric keys.
03:OWN PASSCODE SET
ENTER FAX #
• To insert a space between digits, press
• To clear a mistake, press
4
5
Press
START/
ENTER
.
.
ENTER SENDER’S NAME
.
Flip the Rapid Key overlay down (if it is up), and enter your name by
pressing the appropriate letter keys as shown below. (Max. of 24
characters.)
S
H / }
P/=
Example: SHARP = Caps Lock
A/ |
R/$
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
24
STOP
. To enter a “+”, press
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
14
S
23
Z / <
32
/ / \
05
06
T / %
Y / &
15
16
D
24
X / >
33
/ ^
R / $
F
34
; / :
26
V
Space
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
C
07
19
J / [
28
N / *
36
K / ]
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
29
M / ?
37
_
10
O / )
. / ,
.au
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Entering Your Name and Fax Number
• To enter a space, press
• To change case, press
.
Space
Caps Lock
• To clear a mistake, press
DEL
.
.
• To enter a number as part of a name, press the appropriate numeric key. To
enter the symbol on a letter key (the character to the right of the slash),
press SYMBOL (“SYM” will appear in the display) and then the letter key
(press SYMBOL again to turn off symbol entry mode).
• To move the cursor, press
or
. To switch between letter insertion
and letter replacement mode when the cursor is in the middle of a
sequence of letters, press
6
Press
7
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
.
MENU
.
04: DATE &TIME SET
PRESS START KEY
twice to return to the date and time display.
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Setting the Date and Time
Setting the Date and Time
The date and time appear in the display, in reports, and at the top of each
page you transmit. Set the date and time by pressing the keys on the
operation panel as shown below.
1
2
Press
MENU
Display:
and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
Press 0 and 4 .
,
)
04:DATE&TIME SET
DATE 08-06-2003
(The currently set date will appear
to the right of “DATE”)
3
Enter a two-digit number for the day (“01” to “31”).
Example: The 5th
5
0
• To correct a mistake, press
to move the cursor back to the mistake and
then enter the correct number.
4
Enter a two-digit number for the month (“01” for January, “02” for
February, “12” for December, etc.).
Example: March 0
5
Enter the year (four digits).
Example: 2003
6
2
0
0
3
Enter a two-digit number for the hour (“00” to “23”) and a two-digit
number for the minute (“00” to “59”).
Example: 9:25
26
3
0
9
2
5
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Setting the Date and Time
7
Press
8
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
to start the clock.
twice to return to the date and time display.
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Volume Adjustment
Volume Adjustment
You can adjust the volume of the speaker and ringer using
Speaker
1
2
Press
SPEAKER
.
Press
or
to select the
desired volume level.
Display:
SPEAKER VOLUME
HIGH
SPEAKER VOLUME
MIDDLE
SPEAKER VOLUME
LOW
3
28
Press
SPEAKER
to turn off the speaker.
and
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Volume Adjustment
Ringer
1
Press the
or
to select the
desired volume level. (Make sure
SPEAKER
has not been pressed.)
Display:
RINGER VOLUME
HIGH
• The ringer will ring once at the selected
level, and then the date and time will
reappear in the display.
RINGER VOLUME
MIDDLE
RINGER VOLUME
LOW
RINGER VOLUME
OFF OK?(PRESS START)
2
If you selected “RINGER VOLUME OFF: OK?” to turn off the ringer,
press
START/
ENTER
to confirm your selection.
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2. Sending Documents
Transmittable Documents
Size and weight
The size and weight of documents that you can load in the document feeder
depend on whether you load one page at a time or several pages at once.
Loading one page at a time:
Minimum
size
Maximum
size
279 mm
148 mm
483 mm
128 mm
Minimum
weight
Maximum
weight
52 g/m²
157 g/m²
Loading multiple pages at once (A4 size: max. 50 pages):
Minimum
size
Maximum
size
148 mm
256 mm
128 mm
Minimum
weight
Maximum
weight
52 g/m²
30
364 mm
80 g/m²
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Transmittable Documents
Maximum scanning area
Maximum scanning width:
208 mm
Maximum scanning length:
The length of the document minus 4 mm
from the top and bottom of the
document.
2. Sending
Documents
The area of the document that the fax machine can scan is slightly smaller
than the actual document size. Any letters or graphics outside this area will
not be scanned.
Other restrictions
♦ The scanner cannot recognise yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink.
♦ Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before they pass
through the document feeder.
♦ All clips, staples, and pins must be removed from documents before loading
in the feeder. If these are not removed, they may damage the machine.
♦ Documents which are patched, taped, torn, smaller than the minimum size,
carbon backed, easily smudged, or have a slick, coated surface should be
photocopied, and the copy loaded in the feeder.
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Loading the Document
Loading the Document
Up to 50 A4-size pages can be placed in the feeder at one time. The pages
will automatically feed into the machine starting from the bottom page.
♦ If you need to send or copy more than 50 pages, place the additional pages
gently and carefully in the feeder just before the last page is scanned. Do
not try to force them in, as this may cause double-feeding or jamming.
♦ If your document consists of several large or thick pages which must be
loaded one at a time, insert each page into the feeder as the previous page
is being scanned. Insert gently to prevent double-feeding.
1
2
Adjust the document guides to the
width of your document.
Place the document face down and
push it gently into the document
feeder. The top edge of the document
should enter the machine first.
• The feeder will draw the leading edge of
the document into the machine. SEND
READY will appear in the display.
Note: When inserting a large number
of pages in the feeder, slant the front
end of the stack so that the bottom
pages enter first.
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Adjusting the Resolution and Contrast
Adjust the resolution and/or contrast settings (if desired) and then dial
the receiving machine as explained in the following sections.
2. Sending
Documents
3
Adjusting the Resolution and Contrast
If desired, you can adjust the resolution and contrast before sending a
document.
Resolution
The fax machine has four resolution settings:
STANDARD
Use STANDARD for ordinary documents. This
setting gives you the fastest and most
economical transmission.
FINE
Use FINE for documents containing small letters
or fine drawings.
SUPER FINE
Use SUPER FINE for documents containing
very small letters or very fine drawings.
HALF TONE
Use HALF TONE for photographs and
illustrations. The original will be reproduced in
64 shades of gray.
The default resolution setting is STANDARD. If you don’t adjust the resolution
before sending a document, the fax machine will automatically use
STANDARD resolution.
♦ In order to transmit in FINE or SUPER FINE resolution, the receiving fax
machine must also have that resolution. If it doesn’t, the next best available
setting will be used.
♦ The resolution settings are only effective for transmitting and copying a
document. They are not effective for receiving a document.
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Adjusting the Resolution and Contrast
To adjust the resolution setting, press
RESOLUTION
one or more times until the
indicator light next to the desired setting comes on.
HALF TONE
RESOLUTION
STANDARD
FINE
SUPER FINE
Contrast
The fax machine has three contrast settings:
AUTO
Use AUTO for normal documents.
DARK
Use DARK for faint documents.
LIGHT
Use LIGHT for documents with a dark
background.
The default setting is AUTO.
To adjust the contrast, press
CONTRAST
until the desired setting appears in the
display.
( AUTO)
M:00% SEND READY
CONTRAST
( DARK)
M:00% SEND READY
(LIGHT)
M:00% SEND READY
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Sending a Fax by Normal Dialling
With Normal Dialling, you press
SPEAKER
and then dial by pressing the numeric
keys.
♦ Normal Dialling allows you to listen to the line through the speaker to make
sure the other fax machine is responding. (Note that the speaker is not a
speakerphone; it cannot be used for talking.)
♦ If you have connected an extension telephone to the fax machine, you can
also pick up the extension phone and dial using the extension phone (do
not press
SPEAKER
on the fax machine). If a person answers, you will be able
to speak to them through the phone before sending a fax.
Note: If you press
SPEAKER
to dial, you will not be able to speak using an extension
phone connected to the fax machine in the event that a person answers.
1
Load the document(s). (Note: If
desired, you can load the document
after dialling in Step 3, below.)
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
3
SPEAKER
Press
or pick up an extension phone connected to the fax
machine. Listen for the dial tone.
SPEAKER
If you pressed
, dial the number of the receiving machine by
pressing the numeric keys on the fax machine.
If you are using an extension phone, dial using the keypad on the
extension phone.
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Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
4
Wait for the connection. When you hear a fax tone, press
START/
ENTER
on the
fax machine.
• If a person answers and you are using an extension phone, ask them to
press their Start key. When you hear the fax tone, press
START/
ENTER
on your fax
machine.
Using the REDIAL key
You can press
press
START/
ENTER
REDIAL
to redial the last number dialed. To send a document,
when you hear the fax tone after the connection is established.
Note that the speaker is automatically activated when you press
REDIAL
.
Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
You can dial a fax number by simply pressing a Rapid Key, or by pressing
SPEED DIAL
and entering an abbreviated Speed Dial number.
To use a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number, you must first program the full fax
number in the Rapid Key or Speed Dial number. It is usually convenient to
program your most frequently dialed numbers in Rapid Keys.
♦ Up to 59 Rapid Keys can be programmed for shared use.
♦ Up to 75 Speed Dial numbers can be programmed for shared use.
You can also create personal books for auto-dial numbers. Up to 59 Rapid
Keys and 16 Speed Dial numbers can be stored in each personal book. For
information on creating and using personal books, see page 50.
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Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
Press
MENU
Display:
and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
,
)
2
Press 0 and 1 .
01: DESTINATION
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
3
Press 1 to select SET.
1: DESTINATION SET
ENTER RAPID OR SPEED
4
2. Sending
Documents
1
To program a Rapid Key number, press the Rapid Key that you wish to
use. (To select Rapid Keys 40 through 59, flip up the Rapid Key overlay.)
SPEED DIAL
To program a Speed Dial number, press
and then enter the
number from “1” to “75” that you wish to use. (If you enter less than two
digits, press
5
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry.)
Enter the fax number by pressing the numeric keys (max. of 60 digits
including pauses).
• To clear a mistake, press
DEL
.
• If a pause is required between any of the digits to access a special service
or an outside line, press
REDIAL
(two seconds per pause). The pause will
appear as a hyphen. Several pauses can be entered in a row.
6
7
Press
START/
ENTER
.
Enter the name of the party by pressing the letter entry keys
(max. of 20 characters). (Make sure the Rapid Key overlay is flipped
down.)
S
H / }
Example: SHARP = Caps Lock
P/=
A/ |
R/$
• If you don’t want to enter a name, go directly to Step 8.
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Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
01
02
Q / !
11
03
W / "
12
SYMBOL
21
A / |
22
Caps Lock
31
Z / <
S
/ / \
C
26
V
34
27
B
35
DEL
J / [
28
N / *
36
M / ?
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
29
37
_
10
O / )
19
. / ,
.au
39
DEL
.
Space
Caps Lock
09
I / (
18
H / }
Space
; / :
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
• To clear a mistake, press
07
Y / &
16
F
24
• To enter a space, press
• To change case, press
06
T / %
15
D
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
23
32
SHIFT
04
E / #
13
.
.
• To enter a number as part of a name, press the appropriate numeric key. To
enter the symbol on a letter key (the character to the right of the slash),
press SYMBOL (“SYM” will appear in the display) and then the letter key
(press SYMBOL again to turn off symbol entry mode).
• To move the cursor, press
or
. To switch between letter insertion
and letter replacement mode when the cursor is in the middle of a
sequence of letters, press
8
9
Press
START/
ENTER
.
CHAIN DIAL
1=SET, 2=CANCEL
.
Press 1 if the number programmed is an area code or access code to
be used for Chain Dialling (see Chain Dialling at the end of this
procedure). Press 2 (or
10
MENU
START/
ENTER
) if the number is a regular fax number.
Return to Step 4 to program another number, or press
to return to the date and time display.
STOP
repeatedly
• If you programmed a Rapid Key number, you can write the name of the
party on the label above the Rapid Key.
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Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
Chain Dialling for area and access codes
Dial number using the above programming procedure. In Step 9, press 1 to
set the number as a Chain Dialling number.
After you dial an area code or access code using a Rapid Key or Speed Dial
number set for Chain Dialling, the fax machine will wait for you to dial the
remainder of the number (you can dial the remainder of the number by
pressing a Rapid Key, by pressing the Speed Dial key and entering a Speed
Dial number, or by pressing numeric keys). Note that the remainder of the
number should not be set as a Chain Dial number if programmed in a Rapid
Key or Speed Dial number.
♦ The maximum number of digits that can be dialed at one time by Chain
Dialling is 60.
Editing auto-dial numbers
To make changes in a number previously stored, repeat the programming
procedure. Select the Rapid Key or Speed Dial number for which you want to
make changes in Step 4, and then change the number(s) and/or name(s)
when they appear in the display (Steps 5 and 7).
Clearing auto-dial numbers
Note: You cannot clear a number if it is used in a program or timer operation, or if
it is included in a Group Key. First clear the number from the operation or group,
then perform the following clearing procedure. To check where the number is
used, print out the Program/Group List or the Timer List as explained on page 107.
1
Press
MENU
Display:
and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
,
)
2
Press 0 and 1 .
01: DESTINATION
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
3
Press 2 to select CLEAR.
2: DESTINATION CLEAR
ENTER RAPID OR SPEED
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Programming Auto-Dial Numbers
4
To clear a Rapid Key, press the Rapid Key.
To clear a Speed Dial number, press
SPEED DIAL
and then enter the number
with the numeric keys. (If you enter less than two digits, press
START/
ENTER
to
complete the entry.)
5
6
40
Press
START/
ENTER
.
Return to Step 4 to clear another number, or press
return to the date and time display.
STOP
repeatedly to
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
2. Sending
Documents
Dual Access
The fax machine features full dual access, which means that you can load a
document and dial by automatic dialling even when the fax machine is
occupied with another job. After you dial, your document will be immediately
scanned into memory and then transmitted once all previously stored jobs
have been completed.
If more than one document has been scanned into memory for transmission,
the documents (jobs) will be transmitted in the order in which they were
scanned. If you have an urgent transmission and do not want to wait until
previously stored jobs are completed, you can press PRIORITY after loading
your document. Your document will be transmitted immediately after the
current job is finished.
If you don’t want the document to be transmitted from memory, you can press
DOCUMENT
M/?
after loading the document. Your machine will call the receving fax
machine immediately after the current job is finished (ahead of any previously
stored jobs in memory), and the document will be scanned as soon as the
connection is established.
♦ Approximately 124 pages of average content can be held in memory. Less
pages can be held if any were scanned using fine or halftone resolution.
♦ The amount of memory currently occupied appears as a percentage
("M:00%") in the display.
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
Rapid Key Dialling
If the number you want to dial has been programmed in a Rapid Key, you can
dial it by pressing the Rapid Key.
1
Load the document(s).
SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
• To send the document ahead of other
documents waiting for transmission,
press
PRIORITY
.
• To send the document directly from the
feeder (not through memory), press
DOCUMENT
M/?
. (Flip up the Rapid Key overlay
if it is down.)
2
Press the appropriate Rapid Key.
• The name of the receiving party will appear in the display. If no name was
stored, the fax number will appear. (If the name or number is incorrect,
press
STOP
.)
• The document will be automatically transmitted once the connection is
established.
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
Speed Dialling
you can dial it by pressing
1
SPEED DIAL
2. Sending
Documents
If the number you want to dial has been programmed in a Speed Dial number,
and then entering the Speed Dial number.
Load the document(s).
SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
• To send the document ahead of other
documents waiting for transmission,
press
PRIORITY
.
• To send the document directly from the
feeder (not through memory), press
DOCUMENT
M/?
. (Flip up the Rapid Key overlay
if it is down.)
2
SPEED DIAL
Press
and then enter the Speed Dial number by pressing the
numeric keys.
• If you enter less than 2 digits for the Speed Dial number, press
START/
ENTER
to
complete the entry.
3
Check the display. If the name or number shown is correct, press
(If not, press
STOP
START/
ENTER
.
and then repeat Step 2.)
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
Direct Keypad Dialling
You can also enter a full number with the number keys and then press
START/
ENTER
to begin dialling.
1
Load the document(s). (Note: If
desired, you can load the document
after dialling in Step 2, below.)
SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
• To send the document ahead of other documents waiting for transmission,
press
PRIORITY
.
• To send the document directly from the feeder (not through memory), press
DOCUMENT
M/?
2
. (Flip up the Rapid Key overlay if it is down.)
Enter the number of the receiving machine by pressing the numeric
keys.
• If a pause is required between any of the digits to access a special service
or an outside line, press
REDIAL
(two seconds per pause). The pause will
appear as a hyphen. Several pauses can be entered in a row.
3
Check the display. If the number of the receiving machine shown is
correct, press
START/
ENTER
.
• If it is not correct, press
STOP
to backspace and clear one digit at a time,
and then re-enter the correct digit(s).
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
If you don’t remember the Rapid Key or Speed Dial number in which you have
programmed a particular fax number, you can search for the number by
following the steps below. Once you have found the number, you can dial it
and transmit the loaded document by simply pressing
START/
ENTER
.
♦ You can also use this procedure to search for Group Keys and Program
Keys (the name you programmed for the Group or Program key will
appear). This can be done at any point in a transmission or polling
procedure where you need to press a Group Key or a Program Key.
1
Load the document(s).
SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
Press
A
Display:
to search from the
SEARCH DIAL
beginning of the alphabet, or
Z
to
search from the end.
3
Enter the first character of the stored name by pressing the appropriate
letter entry key.
• If you don’t remember the first letter, go to Step 4 (you will scroll through the
list from the beginning).
4
Press
or
to scroll through the names. Stop when the desired
name appears in the display.
• If no numbers have been stored under the entered letter, NOT FOUND will
appear.
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
5
Press
START/
ENTER
. The document will be automatically transmitted once the
connection is established.
Chain Dialling
An auto-dial number set for Chain Dialling can be combined with another
auto-dial number or digits entered manually with the numeric keys to dial one
phone number up to 60 digits long. The following are some examples of how
this can be done:
♦ Press appropriate Rapid Keys in the proper order. For example, press
Rapid Key 01 (set for Chain Dialling), then Rapid Key 02 (not set for Chain
Dialling).
♦ Press a Rapid Key (set for Chain Dialling) and then manually enter a
number by pressing appropriate numeric keys. Press
START/
ENTER
after the final
numeric key to begin transmission.
If the memory becomes full...
If the memory becomes full while a document is being scanned, MEMORY
FULL will appear in the display. If Option Setting 23 (Quick On-line) is set to
ON, scanning will automatically resume when memory becomes free again as
pages are transmitted. (Note: Quick On-Line is initially set to ON at the
factory. To change the setting, see page 104.)
If Quick On-Line is set to OFF the transmission will be cancelled and
MEMORY FULL ERROR will appear in the display. Press
STOP
to clear the
message. Try the transmission again later when memory is free.
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
The display normally shows the date and time and prompts related to
operations you are performing. To check and see what number the fax
machine is currently calling or transmitting to, or what number the fax machine
is currently receiving a document from (if this information is available), press
JOB STATUS
. Information on the current job will appear in the display. To switch
back to the date and time display, press
JOB STATUS
again.
To cancel a fax transmission or reception
To cancel a fax transmission or reception that is currently in progress, press
JOB STATUS
so that the status of the transmission or reception appears in the
display, and then press
STOP
.
Checking and canceling stored transmission jobs
To display information on jobs that are waiting in memory for transmission,
follow the steps below. You can also cancel a transmission job with this
procedure.
1
Press
MEM.STATUS
B
(flip up the Rapid Key
Display:
TX STATUS
PRESS
OR
overlay) and then 2 .
(005)
The number of
stored transmission
jobs appears here
2
Press
or
to scroll through the list of transmission jobs. The name
(or number) of each receiving party will appear in the display, together
with the 3-digit memory number assigned to the transmission.
To cancel a transmission, press
DEL
and then
START/
ENTER
while the
transmission appears in the display.
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3
When you have finished checking the list, press
STOP
twice to return to
the date and time display.
Note: To print out a list of the documents waiting in memory for transmission,
press
MEM.STATUS
B
and then 5 .
Canceling a memory transmission by number
If you know the memory number assigned to a memory transmission, you can
cancel it with the following procedure. (If you don’t know the memory number,
use the preceding procedure.)
1
Press
MEM.STATUS
B
Display:
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay) and then 4 .
2
3
48
4: MESSAGE CLEAR
ENTER MESSAGE #
Enter the 3-digit memory number assigned to the transmission you wish
to cancel.
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Sending a Fax by Automatic Dialling
If you use automatic dialling (including Direct Keypad Dialling) and the line is
busy, the fax machine will automatically redial the number. The fax machine
will make 2 redialling attempts at intervals of 5 minutes.
JOB STATUS
To cancel automatic redialling, press
to show the job status in the
display (make sure that RECALL MODE appears on the top line of the display
and the number of the receiving party appears on the bottom line to the right),
and then press
STOP
.
♦ Under certain conditions (for example if a person answers the call on a
telephone), automatic redialling may stop before two redialling attempts are
made.
Memory Retransmission
If a line error occurs during any type of memory transmission, the fax machine
will automatically redial the number and attempt to complete the transmission.
Retransmission will begin from the page which was being transmitted when
the error occurred.
The fax machine will make 2 retransmission attempts at intervals of 2.5
minutes.
♦ The numbering of pages retransmitted will begin from "1" again.
♦ If an error or power failure occurs during transmission of a cover sheet,
retransmission will not take place.
♦ To cancel retransmission, press
JOB STATUS
to show the job status in the
display (make sure that RETRY MODE appears on the top line of the
display and the number of the receiving party appears on the bottom line to
the right), and then press
STOP
.
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Creating and Using Personal Books
Creating and Using Personal Books
Up to 10 personal books can be created that allow inviduals to program Rapid
Key and Speed Dial numbers for their own personal use.
♦ Up to 59 Rapid Key numbers and 16 Speed Dial numbers can be
programmed in each personal book.
♦ If desired, you can program a 4-digit passcode for a personal book. When
this is done, the passcode must be entered to use or edit the book.
You can open a personal book by pressing
PERSONAL
BOOK
and then entering the
book’s 4-digit passcode if it has a passcode, or by selecting the book with
or
and pressing
START/
ENTER
. After opening the book, simply follow the desired
procedure for programming or using a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number as
explained elsewhere in this manual.
Creating a personal directory book
To create a new personal directory book, follow the steps below:
1
Press
MENU
Display:
, and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
)
2
Press 1 and 0 .
10: BOOK ENTRY MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
3
Press 1 to select SET.
1:BOOK SET MODE
ENTER # (01 - 10)
4
Enter a 2-digit number from 01 to 10.
• This number will identify the personal directory book.
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5
Enter a name for the personal directory book by pressing the letter entry
keys. (Make sure the Rapid Key overlay is down.)
S
H / }
P/=
Example: SHARP = Caps Lock
A/ |
R/$
• For more information on entering letters, see Step 5 on page 24.
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
6
7
Press
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
14
S
23
Z / <
32
/ / \
05
06
T / %
Y / &
15
16
D
24
X / >
33
/ ^
R / $
F
34
; / :
26
V
START/
ENTER
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
C
07
35
Space
.
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
Enter a four-digit passcode for the
personal directory book (this can be
any four-digit number you like).
If you do not wish to use a passcode,
press
8
START/
ENTER
02
19
J / [
28
N / *
36
P / =
20
K / ]
29
M / ?
37
_
10
O / )
L / +
30
@
38
-
.au
39
. / ,
DEL
ENTER PASSCODE
OR START TO SKIP
USE NAME AS FAX HDR
1=YES, 2=NO
to skip this step.
Press 1 if you wish to use the book name in the header of faxes sent
using the book.
Press 2 to use the sender’s name entered on page 24.
9
Return to Step 4 to create another book, or press
return to the date and time display.
STOP
repeatedly to
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Creating and Using Personal Books
Using a personal book
To program or use a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number in a personal book, you
must first open the book. Follow these steps:
1
2
Press
PERSONAL
BOOK
Display:
.
SELECT PERSONAL BOOK
BY
KEY OR PASSCODE
Enter the 4-digit passcode of your
book.
If the book doesn’t have a passcode,
press
or
until the name of the
The display briefly shows the
following and then reverts to the
date and time:
** PERSONAL BOOK **
SUSAN
book appears in the display and then
press
3
START/
ENTER
.
The name of your book
appears on the bottom line.
When your book is open, all of the Rapid Keys on the operation panel
automatically convert to keys for use in your book. Speed Dial numbers
1 through 16 are also available for use in your book.
You can perform the following operations in a book:
♦ Program any Rapid Key, or a Speed Dial number from 1 to 16, as explained
on page 36.
♦ Use a Rapid Key to fax a document as explained on page 42.
♦ Use a Speed Dial number to fax a document as explained on page 43.
♦ Program a Group Key in your book using Rapid Key and Speed Dial
numbers from your book (see page 65).
♦ Broadcast a fax to multiple destinations using Rapid Keys, Speed Dial
numbers, or a Group Key in your book (see page 63).
♦ Set up a Program Key in your book (see page 85). (Note: Only Rapid Keys
and Speed Dial numbers from your book can be used.)
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Creating and Using Personal Books
♦ Poll one or more fax machines using Rapid Keys and Speed Dial numbers
♦ Set up a timer operation using a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number from your
book (see page 77).
♦ Print out the Destination List, Program/Group List, or Timer List (see page
107). When printed from your book, these lists will show the corresponding
information in your book.
♦ Press
REDIAL
to redial the last number dialed from your book.
Closing a book
A book will automatically close when the operation performed from the book is
completed. If you need to close a book before performing an operation, press
STOP
.
The display shows:
CANCEL BOOK?
1=YES, 2=NO
Press 1 to confirm that you want to close the book. Note that a book will
also close automatically after one minute if no operation is performed.
Canceling an operation performed from a book
To cancel an operation that was set up from a book, you must first open the
book (as explained on page 52) and then cancel the operation.
For example, if you need to cancel a fax transmission that was performed from
a book, open your book and then cancel the operation as explained on page
47 or 48. Note that the job status of the fax can be checked without opening
your book.
To clear a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number in a book, open the book and then
clear the key or number.
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Creating and Using Personal Books
Clearing a book
Note: Before you can clear a personal book, you must clear all Rapid Keys,
Speed Dial numbers, Group Keys, and Program Keys that are in the book. If a
transmission or timer operation is pending that uses a number in a book, the
book cannot be cleared until the operation is completed or cancelled.
1
Press
MENU
, and 3 .
Display:
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
54
,
)
2
Press 1 and 0 .
10: BOOK ENTRY MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
3
Press 2 to select CLEAR.
2: BOOK CLEAR MODE
ENTER # (01 - 10)
4
Enter the 2-digit number of the book you wish to clear.
5
If the book has a passcode, enter the passcode.
6
Press
7
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
.
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
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Cover Sheet
You can have the fax machine generate a cover sheet and send it as the last page
of your fax transmission. The cover sheet includes the date and time, the receiver’s
name and number if a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number is used, the sender’s
name and number, and the total number of pages.
♦ Your name and number must be programmed in order for them to appear
on the cover sheet (see page 24).
♦ To have the recipient’s name appear, you must dial using a Rapid Key or
Speed Dial number with the name programmed.
(Example)
1
Load the document(s).
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
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Cover Sheet
2
COVER SHEET
Press
. (Flip up the Rapid Key
C
overlay if it is down.)
• The display will briefly show COVER SHEET MODE ENTERED and then
revert to SEND READY.
• To cancel the cover sheet selection, press
3
STOP
.
Dial the receiving party and transmit the fax.
If desired, you can set your fax to automatically send a cover sheet with every
transmission (you do not have to press
COVER SHEET
C
each time). This is
accomplished by setting Option Setting 10 (Auto Cover Sheet) to YES as
explained on page 102.
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Batch Page Numbering
You can change the page numbering of the transmitted document from simple
numbering ("P.01", "P.02", etc.) to batch numbering, which means that a slash
and the total number of pages being sent are added after each page number
(for example, "P. 01/05", "P.02/05", etc.). This allows the receiver to check for
missing pages.
1
Load the document(s).
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
3
PAGE COUNTER
Press Caps Lock . (Flip up the Rapid Key
overlay if it is down.)
Display:
ENTER # OF PAGE(S)
ENTER # (01-99)
Enter the total number of pages (“01” to “99”) by pressing the numeric
keys.
Example: 5 pages 0
5
• If you are sending a cover sheet, do not include it in the total number of
pages (the number will be adjusted automatically).
4
Dial the receiving machine and transmit the document.
♦ If you need to cancel a batch number entry, remove the document from the
feeder or press
STOP
.
♦ If the number of pages actually transmitted does not coincide with the batch
number entered, the alarm will sound and PAGE COUNT ERROR will
appear in the display. PAGE E. will also appear in the NOTE column of the
Transaction Report if printed.
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3. Receiving Documents
The fax machine has two modes for receiving calls:
AUTO mode:
Select this mode when you only want to receive faxes on the line connected to
the fax machine. The fax machine will answer all calls automatically and
receive incoming faxes.
MANUAL mode:
Select this mode when you have an extension phone connected to the same
line as the fax machine and you want to receive both faxes and voice calls. All
calls, including faxes, must be answered by picking up the extension
phone.
Setting the reception mode
The reception mode is initially set to AUTO. To change the reception mode,
follow these steps:
1
Press
2
Press 1 to select AUTO, or 2 to select MANUAL.
MENU
and 1 .
1:RECEIVE MODE
1=AUTO, 2=MANUAL
Using AUTO Reception Mode
In AUTO reception mode, the fax machine automatically answers all calls on 2
rings and receives incoming faxes.
♦ You can change the number of rings on which the machine answers calls
by changing Option Setting 2 (see page 100).
♦ If you pick up an extension phone before the fax machine answers, you can
talk to the other party and/or receive a fax as explained in the following
section, Using MANUAL Reception Mode.
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Using MANUAL Reception Mode
Using MANUAL Reception Mode
2
When the fax machine rings, answer
the call on an extension phone
connected to the same line.
If you hear a fax tone, press 5 once and
extension phone, or press
START/
ENTER
twice on the keypad of the
on the fax machine.
• If the other party first speaks with you, perform Step 2 after speaking.
(Perform Step 2 before the sender presses their Start key to begin fax
transmission.)
• If there is a document in the feeder, remove the document before peforming
Step 2 (otherwise the document will be transmitted).
3
When RECEIVING appears in the
display, hang up.
Note: In New Zealand, not all standard telephones will respond to incoming
ringing when connected to the TEL. SET socket on the machine.
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Substitute Reception to Memory
Substitute Reception to Memory
In situations where printing is not possible, such as when the fax machine
runs out of paper or toner, or a paper jam occurs, incoming faxes will be
received to memory.
When you have received a fax to memory, FAX RCVD IN MEMORY will
appear in the display, alternating with NO PAPER, REPLACE TONER, or
PAPER JAM. When you add paper, replace the toner cartridge, or clear the
jam, the stored faxes will automatically print out.
You can display information on faxes received to memory by following these
steps:
1
Press
MEM.STATUS
B
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay) and 3 .
Display:
RX STATUS
PRESS
OR
(003)
The number of received
faxes appears here
2
Press
or
to scroll through the list of received faxes. The name (or
number) of the sender of each document will successively appear in the
display.
3
60
When you have finished checking the list, press
the date and time display.
STOP
twice to return to
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4. Making Copies
Your fax machine can also be used to make copies. Single and multiple copies
(up to 99 per original) can be made, enabling the fax machine to double as an
office copier.
♦ You can perform all steps of a copy job even when the fax machine is busy
printing other copy jobs, or when it is printing a received fax after the line
has been disconnected. Your copy job will be automatically stored in
memory and then printed when all previous printing jobs are completed.
♦ The default resolution for copying is FINE. If desired, you can change the
default resolution to SUPER FINE by changing Option Setting 30 (see page
106).
Load the document.
4. Making
Copies
1
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
Display:
COPY/HELP
Press
.
• If you are only making a single copy of
COPY MODE
ENTER #(01-99)
01
the original (or of each original), press
START/
ENTER
3
. Copying will begin.
Enter the desired number of copies per
original with the numeric keys.
MULTI/SORT COPY MODE
1=MULTI, 2=SORT
• If the desired number of copies is from
1 to 9, enter “0” first.
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4
Press 1 (MULTI) if you do not want
the copies sorted, or 2 (SORT) if you
want the copies sorted.
Example of three copies
each of three originals
• Copying will begin.
A
B
Originals
C
Not sorted (MULTI COPY)
Sorted (SORT COPY)
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
Checking and canceling copy jobs in memory
You can display the status of copy jobs in memory by following the steps
below. You can also cancel a copy job with this procedure.
1
Press
MEM.STATUS
B
(flip up the Rapid Key
Display:
COPY STATUS
PRESS
OR
overlay) and then 1 .
(005)
The number of
stored copy jobs
appears here
2
Press
or
to scroll through the list of copy jobs. The time the
original was scanned into memory will appear in the display, together
with the 3-digit memory number assigned to the job. To cancel a copy
job, press
DEL
and then
START/
ENTER
while the copy job appears in the
display.
3
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When you have finished checking the list, press
the date and time display.
STOP
twice to return to
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5. Special Functions
Broadcasting
The Broadcasting function allows you to send the same fax to as many as 154
destinations in a single operation. First load the document, then enter the
numbers of the receiving machines. The document will be automatically
transmitted to each destination.
1
Load the document (s).
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
3
Press
BROADCAST
Display:
.
BROADCAST MODE
ENTER STATION #
5. Special
Functions
2
Dial the receiving machines using one or more of the following
methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
SPEED DIAL
before each
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits for a number, press
START/
ENTER
to
complete the entry.)
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys (max. 60 digits
per full number), pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number. (Maximum of 20 full
numbers; less if a large number of programs, timer operations, and/or
group keys have been stored.)
• Press one or more Group Keys. (See Storing numbers in Group Keys on
page 65.)
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Broadcasting
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
4
5
6
Press
START/
ENTER
START/
ENTER
until the destination
.
BROADCAST MODE
SELECT THE MODE
.
If desired, press
contrast.
Press
STOP
or
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to set the resolution and
twice. Transmission will begin.
• A Transaction Report is automatically printed out after Broadcasting is
completed. Check the "Note" column of the report to see if any of the
locations are marked "Busy" or have a communication error code. If so,
send the document to those locations again.
Broadcasting using a Group Key
If the fax machines to which you want to broadcast have all been programmed
into one Group Key (see Storing numbers in Group Keys which follows), you
can perform the broadcasting operation using the following simplified
procedure:
1
Load the document(s).
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
Press the appropriate Group Key.
Transmission will begin.
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
64
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
23
Z / <
32
24
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
; / :
26
V
Space
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
C
34
07
T / %
15
D
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
S
28
N / *
36
29
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
M / ?
37
_
10
O / )
19
J / [
. / ,
.au
39
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Broadcasting
Storing numbers in Group Keys
Group Keys allow you to dial a group of fax numbers by simply pressing the
appropriate Group Key once. To store a group of numbers in a Group Key,
follow the steps below.
♦ Any Rapid Key that is not already programmed as a Rapid Key or a
Program Key can be used as a Group Key.
♦ Up to 133 numbers can be stored in one Group Key.
♦ Only Rapid Key and Speed Dial numbers (excluding numbers set for Chain
Dialling) can be stored in a Group Key. Full numbers cannot be stored.
1
Press
Display:
MENU
, 5 and then 2 .
2:GROUP ENTRY MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
Press 1 to program a Group Key.
(Press 2
3
1:GROUP SET
PRESS GROUP KEY
to clear a Group Key.)
Press any Rapid Key not already
programmed to select it as a Group
Key.
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
(If you are clearing a Group Key,
press it and go to Step 5.)
4
5
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
S
23
Z / <
32
24
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
34
; / :
26
V
35
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
Space
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
C
07
T / %
15
D
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
28
N / *
36
29
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
M / ?
37
_
10
O / )
19
J / [
5. Special
Functions
2
. / ,
.au
39
DEL
ENTER GROUP NAME
Enter a name for the Group Key by pressing the letter entry keys (see
Step 5 on page 24). (Maximum of 20 characters.)
If you don’t want to enter a name, go directly to Step 5.
Press
START/
ENTER
.
STATION # =
ENTER STATION #
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Broadcasting
6
Enter fax numbers using one or both of the following methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
SPEED DIAL
press
before each number (if you enter less than 2 digits for a number,
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
7
8
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
or
until the destination
.
.
Return to Step 3 to program another Group Key, or press
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
STOP
Editing a group
If necessary, you can add numbers to or delete numbers from a group by
repeating the programming procedure for the Group Key. Press 1 for SET in
Step 2 and select the Group Key in Step 3. Add or delete numbers in Step 6.
To add a number, press a Rapid Key or enter a Speed Dial number. To delete
a number, move the cursor to the number with
66
or
and then press
STOP
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Confidential Operations
Confidential Operations
The Confidential function can be used to transmit and receive confidential
documents.
Confidential transmission
When you send a document using the Confidential function, the receiving
machine holds it in memory instead of immediately printing it out. When the
receiving party enters the correct passcode, the document is printed out.
♦ Confidential transmission is only possible when the receiving machine is a
Sharp model with confidential reception capability.
♦ To use this function, your name and fax number (OWN PASSCODE) must
be entered in your fax machine as explained on page 24.
♦ Some fax machines have multiple mailboxes for receiving confidential
faxes. If you are sending to a machine with multiple confidential mailboxes,
contact the receiving party in advance for the appropriate mailbox number.
Load the document (s).
5. Special
Functions
1
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
• Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
to
set the resolution and contrast if
needed.
2
Press
CONFIDENTIAL
Z/<
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay if it is down) and then 1 .
Display:
1:CONF. TX
ENTER BOX # OR START
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Confidential Operations
3
If the receiving machine has multiple confidential mailboxes, enter the
appropriate mailbox number with the numeric keys (this step is required
for machines with multiple mailboxes).
If the receiving machine doesn’t have multiple mailboxes, go directly to
Step 4.
4
Press
5
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
START/
ENTER
.
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry). Check the name or number that
appears, and then press
START/
ENTER
.
• Enter a full telephone number with the numeric keys, and press
START/
ENTER
.
Transmission will take place once the connection is established.
Confidential reception
When another fax machine sends you a document by confidential
transmission, your fax machine holds it in memory instead of immediately
printing it out. The document cannot be printed out until you enter the correct
passcode.
Your fax has 10 "mailboxes" in which confidential documents can be received.
Each mailbox has its own passcode, allowing up to 10 different people or
groups to each receive their own confidential documents. The mailboxes are
identified by 2-digit numbers.
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Confidential Operations
Programming the confidential passcode
To receive a confidential document, you must first program a 2-digit mailbox
number and a 4-digit passcode.
Note: Be sure to inform the transmitting party of your 2-digit mailbox number in
advance. The transmitting party will need this number to send you confidential
faxes.
Press
CONFIDENTIAL
Z/<
Display:
(flip up the Rapid Key
3:CONF. CODE SET
ENTER BOX # (00-99)
overlay if it is down) and then 3 .
2
Enter a 2-digit number (from "00" to "99") by pressing the numeric keys.
This number .identifies the mailbox.
3
Enter a 4-digit passcode for the mailbox with the numeric keys.
4
Press
5
START/
ENTER
.
5. Special
Functions
1
Enter a name for the mailbox (max. of 20 characters) by pressing the
letter entry keys (make sure the Rapid Key overlay is down).
S
H / }
Example: SHARP = Caps Lock
P/=
A/ |
R/$
• For more information on entering letters, see Step 5 on page 24.
01
02
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
31
Press
START/
ENTER
A / |
Z / <
S
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
C
; / :
26
V
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
Space
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
34
07
T / %
15
D
24
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
23
32
SHIFT
04
E / #
13
22
Caps Lock
6
03
W / "
12
J / [
28
N / *
36
K / ]
M / ?
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
29
37
_
10
O / )
19
. / ,
.au
39
DEL
.
Note: After entering the passcode, the fax machine will print it out for your
records. If you forget the passcode and have kept no record, contact your Sharp
dealer.
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Confidential Operations
Clearing a passcode
1
Press
CONFIDENTIAL
Z/<
Display:
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay if it is down) and then 4 .
4:CONF. CODE CLEAR
ENTER BOX # (00-99)
2
Enter the 2-digit number that identifies the mailbox you want to clear.
3
Enter the 4-digit passcode of the mailbox with the numeric keys.
4
Press
START/
ENTER
.
Printing out received documents
When you have received a confidential document, RCVD CONF. FAX will
appear in the display. Print out the Confidential Reception List as explained on
page 107 to see which mailbox has received the document, and then follow
the steps below to print out the document.
1
Press
CONFIDENTIAL
Z/<
Display:
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay if it is down) and 2 .
2
Enter your mailbox number.
3
Enter your confidential passcode.
4
Press
START/
ENTER
2:CONF. DATA PRINT
ENTER BOX # (00-99)
.
• Printing will begin. After printing, the document will be erased from memory.
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Polling
Polling
Polling allows you to call another fax machine and have it send a document to
your machine without operator assistance. In other words, the receiving fax
machine, not the transmitting fax machine, initiates the transmission. You can
use your fax machine to both poll and be polled by others.
Polling others
To poll another fax machine, follow the steps below.
♦ If desired, you can dial more than one fax number to receive documents
consecutively from a group of fax machines (this is called "Serial Polling"; a
maximum of 154 fax machines can be polled in one operation).
1
Press
MENU
Display:
and then 6 .
6: SERIAL POLL. MODE
ENTER STATION #
Dial the number(s) of the fax machine(s) you want to poll using one (or
more) of the following methods:
5. Special
Functions
2
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits, press
SPEED DIAL
START/
ENTER
before each
to complete the entry.)
• Press one or more Group Keys.
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number.
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
3
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
or
until the destination
.
. Reception will begin.
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Polling
Serial Polling using a Group Key
If the fax machines you want to poll have all been programmed into one Group
Key, you can poll them by simply pressing that Group Key. (The procedure for
programming Group Keys is explained on page 65.)
♦ Make sure no documents are in the feeder before you press the Group Key.
Being polled (Memory polling)
To let another fax machine poll your fax machine, you must first store the
document(s) in memory using the following procedure. Transmission will take
place when the other fax machine calls your fax machine and activates
polling. You can choose whether to allow polling only once, or an unlimited
number of times. In the latter case, your fax machine can be used as an
electronic "bulletin board".
♦ Multiple documents can be stored for memory polling. To add a document
to others already stored, simply repeating the storing procedure (note that if
Department Control is activated, documents cannot be added by a
department other than that which stored the first document). When polling
is initiated, the polling machine will receive all documents stored.
♦ If you allow polling only once, the document(s) will be automatically cleared
from memory after polling. If you allow polling an unlimited number of times,
the document will remain in memory until you clear it as explained in the
following section, Clearing a document.
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1
Load the document.
2
Set the reception mode to AUTO (press
3
Press
MENU
MENU
, 1 and 1 ).
Display:
and then 7 .
7:MEMORY POLL MODE
ENTER #(1-2, , )
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Polling
4
1:MEMORY POLL SET
1=1 TIME, 2=REPEAT
Press 1 to select SET.
• If another document has already been
stored, press 1 to select APPEND,
and go to Step 6.
5
6
Press 1 to allow polling only once, or 2 to allow polling an unlimited
number of times.
Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
7
Press
START/
ENTER
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
.
• The document will be scanned into memory, and your fax will go on polling
5. Special
Functions
standby.
Clearing a document
To clear a memory poll document from memory, follow the steps below:
1
Press
MENU
and then 7 .
Display:
7:MEMORY POLL MODE
ENTER #(1-2, , )
2
Press 2 to select CLEAR.
3
Press
START/
ENTER
2:MEMORY POLL CLEAR
PRESS START TO CLEAR
to clear the documents.
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Polling
Polling Security
Polling Security allows you to prevent unauthorized polling of your fax. When
this function is activated, polling will only take place when one of the following
conditions is met:
♦ The fax number of the polling fax machine has been stored in your fax’s list
of permitted fax numbers (called "passcode numbers"). The polling fax
must also have its fax number programmed in itself, as explained in
Entering Your Name and Fax Number in Chapter 1.
♦ A System number has been programmed in the polling fax machine which
matches your fax’s System number or one of your ID numbers.
♦ An ID number has been programmed in the polling fax machine which
matches your fax’s System number.
System and ID numbers are 4-digit numbers which provide you with an
alternate means of giving and receiving polling permission when you don’t
want to use fax numbers. The steps for programming these numbers are
described in the following pages.
Note: System and ID numbers can only be used if the other fax machine is also a
Sharp machine.
Turning Polling Security on and off
Polling Security is turned on or off with Option Setting 8 as explained on page
101.
Storing and clearing fax numbers for polling permission
You can store up to 10 fax numbers in your fax’s list of permitted numbers.
Press
2
Press 1 to set a number.
MENU
, 3 , 0 , 2 .
02:PASSCODE # MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
(Press
74
Display:
1
2
to clear a number.)
1:PASSCODE SETTING
ENTER # (01-10)
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Polling
3
Storing: Enter a 2-digit number (from 01 to 10).This number identifies
the fax number you will enter in the next step.
Clearing: Enter the 2-digit number which identifies the fax number you
want to clear, and go to Step 5.
4
Enter the fax number (max. 20 digits) by pressing the numeric keys.
5
Press
6
Return to Step 3 to enter (or clear) another number, or press
START/
ENTER
.
STOP
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
Programming and clearing a System number
1
2
Press
5. Special
Functions
One 4-digit System number can be programmed in your fax machine for
giving and receiving polling permission. Polling will take place if your System
number matches the other fax machine’s System number or one of its ID
numbers.
Display:
MENU
, 3 , 0 , 7 .
07:SYSTEM # MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
Press 1 to program the System
number.
1:SYSTEM # SET
ENTER 4 DIGITS
(To clear the System number, press 2
and go to Step 4.)
3
Enter the number (4 digits) with the numeric keys.
4
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Polling
5
Press
STOP
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
Storing and clearing ID numbers for polling permission
Up to five 4-digit ID numbers can be programmed in your fax machine for
giving and receiving polling permission. Polling will take place if one of your ID
numbers matches the other fax machine’s System number.
Display:
1
Press
2
Press 1 to program an ID number.
MENU
, 3 , 0 , 6 .
06:ID # MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
(Press 2 to clear an ID number.)
3
1:ID CODE # SET
ENTER # (1-5)
Storing: Enter a number from 1 to 5. This number identifies the ID
number you will enter in the next step.
Clearing: Enter the number which identifies the ID number you want to
clear, and go to Step 5.
4
Enter the ID number (4 digits) by pressing the numeric keys.
5
Press
6
Return to Step 3 to enter (or clear) another number, or press
START/
ENTER
.
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
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Timer Operations
Timer Operations
The Timer function allows you to store a job to be performed automatically at
a specified time. Up to 59 timer jobs can be stored at any one time, and the
time of each can be specified up to a week in advance.
You can use this function to take advantage of lower off-peak rates without
having to be there when the operation is performed.
Note:
DOCUMENT
M/?
cannot be used for a timer transmission.
Initial procedure
To store a timer job, first perform the following procedure. After you have
completed this procedure, go to the procedure for the specific job you want to
store (see the following pages).
1
Press
TIMER
X/>
Display:
. (Flip up the Rapid Key
TIMER MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
5. Special
Functions
overlay if it is down.)
2
Press 1 to select SET.
3
Enter a number as follows to select the desired operation (or scroll to
the desired operation with
4
or
1
Transmission (SEND MODE)
2
Confidential transmission
3
Polling
4
Serial Polling
5
Broadcasting
and press
START/
ENTER
).
Enter a two-digit number for the hour (“00” to “23”) and a two-digit
number for the minute (“00” to “59”).
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Timer Operations
5
6
Enter a number as follows to select the day of the operation (skip this
step if the operation will be performed within the next 24 hours):
0
Sunday
1
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
Press
START/
ENTER
and go to the specific procedure for your operation (see the
following pages).
Transmission
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
7
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
8
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Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Timer Operations
9
Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
10
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
Load the document and then press
START/
ENTER
.
• The document will be scanned into memory.
Confidential transmission
. Initial procedure.)
(Continued from
Enter the mailbox number (2 digits). (Go directly to Step 8 if the
receiving machine does not have mailboxes.)
5. Special
Functions
7
8
Press
9
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
START/
ENTER
.
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
10
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Timer Operations
11
Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
12
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
Load the document and then press
START/
ENTER
.
• The document will be scanned into memory.
Polling
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
7
Dial the machine to be polled using one of the following methods:
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
8
Press
START/
ENTER
.
Serial Polling
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
7
Dial the machines to be polled using one or more of the following
methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
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Timer Operations
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
SPEED DIAL
before each
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits for a Speed Dial number, press
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry.)
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number.
• Press one or more Group Keys.
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
Press
START/
ENTER
until the destination
.
.
5. Special
Functions
8
STOP
or
Broadcasting
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
7
Dial the receiving machines using one or more of the following
methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
SPEED DIAL
before each
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits for a Speed Dial number, press
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry.)
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number.
• Press one or more Group Keys.
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Timer Operations
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
8
Press
9
Press
START/
ENTER
until the destination
.
.
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
10
STOP
or
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
Load the document and then press
START/
ENTER
.
• The document will be scanned into memory.
Canceling a timer operation
If you need to cancel a timer operation before it is performed, follow the steps
below.
♦ You will need to know the number assigned to the operation in order to
cancel it. If you don’t remember the number (it appears in the display when
you set the operation), print out the Timer List. (See page 107.)
1
Press
TIMER
X/>
(flip up the Rapid Key
overlay if it is down) and then
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2
.
Display:
2:TIMER COMM. CLEAR
ENTER #(01-59)
2
Enter the 2-digit number assigned to the operation.
3
Press
4
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
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Batch Transmission
Batch Transmission
Batch transmission allows you to store multiple fax jobs in memory for
automatic transmission to one destination at a set time. If you often send
faxes to a particular destination, this function helps reduce telephone costs by
allowing you to conveniently send multiple faxes on one connection.
Programming a Batch Key
To perform a batch transmission, you must first program the number of the
receiving machine and the time of transmission into a Batch Key. Any Rapid
Key which has not already been programmed can be used as a Batch Key.
If you specify a day-of-the-week in your program, the transmission will be
performed every week on that day. If you do not specify a day-of-the-week, the
transmission will be performed every day.
To program a Batch Key, follow the procedure for entering programs explained
in Entering and Using Programs on page 85. In Step 10 of the initial
procedure, select “Batch transmission”.
5. Special
Functions
Clearing a Batch Key
To clear a Batch Key, follow the procedure on page 92.
Storing documents for transmission
Follow the steps below to store a document under a Batch Key for
transmission. When you store the document, it is given a message number to
distinguish it from other jobs stored in the same batch.
♦ If no jobs have been stored under a Batch Key when the time for
transmission arrives, transmission will not take place.
1
Load the document (s).
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
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Batch Transmission
2
Press the appropriate Batch Key.
01
Q / !
11
• After scanning, the message number
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
assigned to your document will appear
in the display.
3
Press
STOP
SHIFT
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
23
Z / <
32
24
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
34
; / :
26
V
35
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
Space
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
C
07
T / %
15
D
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
S
28
N / *
36
29
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
M / ?
37
_
10
O / )
19
J / [
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39
. / ,
DEL
.
• The document will be transmitted at the designated time along with any
other jobs stored under the same key. After transmission, all jobs in the
batch will be cleared from memory.
Canceling a document stored for batch transmission
If necessary, you can cancel a document stored for a batch transmission
before transmission takes place. To do so, you will need to know the message
number assigned to the document.
♦ If you don’t remember the message number, print out the Batch
Transmission List (see page 107).
1
Press the Batch Key in which the document you want to clear has been
stored.
• Make sure no documents are in the feeder.
84
2
Enter the 3-digit message number assigned to the document.
3
Press
START/
ENTER
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Entering and Using Programs
Entering and Using Programs
If you frequently perform the same operation involving the same party, you can
program all the steps of the operation into one Program Key. This allows you to
perform the operation by simply pressing that key.
♦ Any Rapid Key which is not already programmed as a Rapid Key or a
Group Key can be used as a Program Key.
♦ You can include a timer setting in the program to have the operation
performed automatically at a selected time.
♦ To clear a mistake in the procedures that follow, press
STOP
.
Initial procedure
To program a Program Key, first perform the following procedure. After you
have completed this procedure, go to the procedure for the specific operation
you want to program (see the following pages).
Press
MENU
Display:
, 5 and 1 .
5. Special
Functions
1
1:PROGRAM ENTRY MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
2
3
Press 1 to select SET.
Select a Program Key by pressing any
Rapid Key that has not yet been
programmed.
1:PROGRAM SET
PRESS PROGRAM KEY
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
4
5
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
S
23
Z / <
32
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
C
; / :
26
V
Space
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
34
07
T / %
15
D
24
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
J / [
28
N / *
36
M / ?
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
29
37
_
10
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Enter a name for the program by pressing the letter entry keys (see Step
5 on page 24). (Maximum of 20 characters.)
If you don’t want to enter a name, go directly to Step 5.
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Entering and Using Programs
6
7
If you want to include a timer setting, enter a two-digit number for the
hour (“00” to “23”) and a two-digit number for the minute (“00” to “59”).
(If not, go directly to Step 8.)
Enter a number as follows to select the day of the operation (skip this
step if the operation will be performed within the next 24 hours):
0
Sunday
1
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
8
Press
9
Enter a number as follows to select the desired operation (or scroll to
START/
ENTER
.
the desired operation with
10
86
or
and press
START/
ENTER
).
1
Transmission (SEND MODE)
2
Confidential transmission
3
Polling
4
Serial Polling
5
Broadcasting
6
Batch transmission (only possible if a timer setting was made)
6
Memory Polling (only possible if a timer setting was not made)
Go to the specific procedure for your operation (see the following
pages).
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Entering and Using Programs
Transmission
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
Press
13
Press
START/
ENTER
.
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
14
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
5. Special
Functions
12
.
If you want the document to be sent through memory, press
START/
ENTER
.
If you want the document to be sent directly from the feeder, press
DOCUMENT
M/?
15
Press
. (This is not possible if you included a timer setting.)
STOP
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
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Entering and Using Programs
Confidential transmission
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Enter the mailbox number (2 digits). (Go directly to Step 12 if the
receiving machine does not have mailboxes.)
12
Press
13
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
START/
ENTER
.
• Press a Rapid Key.
.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
14
Press
15
Press
START/
ENTER
.
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
16
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
If you want the document to be sent through memory, press
START/
ENTER
.
If you want the document to be sent directly from the feeder, press
DOCUMENT
M/?
17
88
Press
. (This is not possible if you included a timer setting.)
STOP
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
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Entering and Using Programs
Polling
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Dial the machine to be polled using one of the following methods:
• Press a Rapid Key.
• Press
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
Press
13
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
5. Special
Functions
12
Serial Polling
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Dial the machines to be polled using one or more of the following
methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
SPEED DIAL
before each
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits for a Speed Dial number, press
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry.)
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number.
• Press one or more Group Keys.
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Entering and Using Programs
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
12
Press
13
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
STOP
or
until the destination
.
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
Broadcasting
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Dial the receiving machines using one or more of the following
methods:
• Press one or more Rapid Keys.
• Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers, pressing
SPEED DIAL
before each
number. (If you enter less than 2 digits for a Speed Dial number, press
START/
ENTER
to complete the entry.)
• Enter one or more full fax numbers with the numeric keys, pressing
START/
ENTER
after each full number.
• Press one or more Group Keys.
Note: If you need to delete a number, press
appears in the display and then press
12
90
Press
START/
ENTER
.
STOP
.
or
until the destination
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Entering and Using Programs
13
Press
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
14
Press
15
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
Batch transmission
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Dial the receiving machine using one of the following methods:
• Press a Rapid Key.
SPEED DIAL
digits, press
and enter a Speed Dial number (if you enter less than 2
START/
ENTER
5. Special
Functions
• Press
to complete the entry).
• Enter a full fax number with the numeric keys.
12
Press
13
Press
START/
ENTER
.
RESOLUTION
and/or
desired, and then press
14
Press
15
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
CONTRAST
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
.
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
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Entering and Using Programs
Being Polled (Memory polling)
(Continued from Initial procedure.)
11
Press 1 to allow polling only once, or 2 to allow polling an unlimited
number of times.
12
Press
13
Press
START/
ENTER
.
RESOLUTION
and/or
CONTRAST
desired, and then press
14
Press
15
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
START/
ENTER
to adjust the resolution and contrast if
.
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
Clearing a Program Key
To clear a Program Key, follow these steps:
Display:
1
Press
2
Press 2 to select CLEAR.
3
MENU
, 5 and 1 .
Press the Program Key you want to
clear.
1:PROGRAM ENTRY MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
2:PROGRAM CLEAR
PRESS PROGRAM KEY
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
92
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
S
23
Z / <
32
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
C
; / :
26
V
Space
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
34
07
T / %
15
D
24
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
J / [
28
N / *
36
M / ?
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
29
37
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10
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Entering and Using Programs
4
Press
5
Press
START/
ENTER
STOP
.
repeatedly until you return to the date and time display.
Using a Program Key
Follow the steps below to perform a programmed operation.
2
If this is a transmission operation or
memory polling operation, load the
document.
Press the appropriate Program Key.
01
Q / !
11
SYMBOL
21
Caps Lock
31
SHIFT
02
03
W / "
12
04
E / #
13
A / |
22
23
Z / <
32
24
/ / \
06
Y / &
16
F
C
; / :
26
V
Space
09
I / (
18
H / }
27
B
35
08
U / '
17
G / {
25
34
07
T / %
15
D
X / >
33
/ ^
05
R / $
14
S
28
N / *
36
M / ?
L / +
30
@
38
-
P / =
20
K / ]
29
37
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10
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19
J / [
5. Special
Functions
1
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Canceling a programmed timer operation
If a Program Key has been pressed for a timer operation and you need to
cancel the operation before it is performed, follow the steps below.
Note: This procedure will not work for a document stored for a batch transmission.
To cancel a batch transmission operation, see Canceling a document stored for
batch transmission on page 84.
1
Press the Program Key.
2
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Duplex Scanning for Two-sided Documents
Duplex Scanning for Two-sided Documents
To transmit or copy documents which have printing or graphics on both sides
of the page or pages, use Duplex Scanning. With this function, you simply
feed the document (all pages) through the machine once, turn the stack of
pages over, and feed it through again.
♦ The machine will automatically sort the pages into the correct order (front of
1st page, back of 1st page, front of 2nd page, back of 2nd page, etc.).
♦ Duplex Scanning can be used for copying (single copies and sorted
multiple copies only) and any type of transmission from memory.
♦ Note that any blank sides must be included when scanning the pages (if the
number of pages is not equal each time the machine scans the stack, an
error will result). The blank sides will not, however, be printed out.
1
Load the document (s).
• Make sure the page(s) are front face
down, with the first page on the bottom.
• SEND READY will appear in the
display.
2
Press
3
Perform all steps of the desired copy or memory transmission.
4
5
94
DUPLEX SCAN
and then
START/
ENTER
.
When all pages of the document have been scanned, turn the stack over
(do not change the page order) and load it again.
Press
START/
ENTER
.
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Department Control
Department Control
Department Control is used to limit use of the fax machine to authorized
users. When it is activated, a department code must be entered before an
operation can be performed.
♦ Department Control can only be activated by your Sharp dealer. If you want
to use this function, contact your dealer.
♦ Department Control allows you to track the number of pages transmitted as
well as the transmission time for each authorized department or person.
See Department Usage List on page 110.
Entering Department Codes
Up to 30 different Department Codes can be entered to allow access to the
fax machine. Transmitted pages and transmission time will be kept track of
separately for each code. After you enter a code, inform the appropriate group
or individual.
♦ A name must be entered for each code. Only the name, not the code, will
appear on the Department Usage List.
5. Special
Functions
♦ Be sure to keep a record of each code and name. If you misplace the
record, contact your dealer.
1
2
3
4
Press
MENU
Display:
and 3 .
3:ENTRY MODE
ENTER #(01-10,
Press 0 and 9 .
,
)
09:DEPT. CODE MODE
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
Press 1 to program a Department Code, or 2
Code.
to clear a Department
Entering: Enter a 2-digit number from “01” to “30” with the numeric
keys. This number identifies the Department Code that you will enter in
the next step.
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Department Control
Clearing: Enter the 2-digit number that identifies the Department Code
you want to clear.
Note: It is not possible to clear the Department Code that you currently used to
access the fax machine. It is also not possible clear a Department Code if only one
code is programmed.
5
Entering: Enter a Department Code (4 digits or the number of digits set
by Option Setting 27 as explained on page 105).
Clearing: Enter the Department Code you want to clear, and go to Step 8.
6
Press
7
Press the letter entry keys to enter a name for the Department Code.
8
Press
9
Return to Step 4 to enter (or clear) another Department Code, or press
STOP
START/
ENTER
START/
ENTER
.
.
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
Accessing the machine
When Department Control is activated, you must enter your Department Code
before performing an operation.
♦ If you do not begin the operation within one minute after entering the code,
the fax will return to controlled access mode.
Note: You do not have to enter a Department Code to receive faxes manually (by
picking up an extension phone connected to the same line and pressing
the fax machine).
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START/
ENTER
on
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Blocking Reception of Unwanted Fax-
Blocking Reception of Unwanted Faxes
The Anti Junk Fax function allows you to block reception of faxes from parties
that you specify. This saves paper by not printing out unwanted "junk" faxes.
To use this function, first turn it on by setting Option Setting 20 (Anti-Junk Fax)
to ON as explained on page 104, and then enter the fax numbers from which
you do not want to receive faxes as explained below.
♦ Up to 50 numbers can be entered in the Anti Junk Number List.
♦ To clear a number from the Anti Junk Number List, you need to know the 2digit number that identifies it. If you have forgotten this number, print out the
Anti Junk Number List as explained on page 107.
1
Press
MENU
Display:
, 3 , 0 , 8 .
08:STORE JUNK FAX #
1=SET, 2=CLEAR
Press 1 to enter a number in the Anti
Junk Number List.
1:JUNK FAX # SET
ENTER # (01-50)
5. Special
Functions
2
(Press 2 to clear a number from the
list.)
3
Entering: Enter a 2-digit number from “01” to “50” with the numeric
keys. This number identifies the fax number that you will enter in the
next step.
Clearing: Enter the 2-digit number that identifies the fax number you
want to clear, and go to Step 5.
4
Enter the fax number.
5
Press
6
Return to Step 3 to enter (or clear) another fax number, or press
START/
ENTER
.
STOP
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
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Distinctive Ring (Requires Subscription to Service)
Distinctive Ring (Requires Subscription to
Service)
If you subscribe to a distinctive ring service from your telephone company, you
will need to turn on the distinctive ring function. When this is done, your fax
will signal voice calls by the normal ring pattern, and fax transmissions by a
special ring pattern. In the case of a fax transmission, your fax machine will
automatically answer the call and receive the fax.
The distinctive ring function is used with the reception mode set to AUTO.
When your fax number is dialled, your fax machine will signal the call with a
special ringing sound, then answer automatically and begin reception after the
number of rings set with the NUMBER OF RINGS AUTO RECEPTION setting
(the initial setting is 2 rings—refer to page 100). When your voice number is
dialled, the fax machine will signal the call with the normal ringing sound to let
you know that you must answer on a telephone connected to the same line.
The initial setting for distinctive ring is NO. If set to YES, both Australian (Fax
Duet) and New Zealand (FaxAbility) distinctive ring are supported.
Important:
The distinctive ring function can only be used if you subscribe to a distinctive
ring service from your telephone company. Do not turn on distinctive ring if
you are on a normal line, as the fax machine will not operate properly.
Display:
1
Press
2
Press 2 and 8 .
3
Press 1 to turn on distinctive ring.
MENU
, and 4 .
4:OPTIONAL SETTING
ENTER #(01-36, , )
28: DISTINCTIVE RING
1=YES, 2=NO
(Press 2 to turn off distinctive ring.)
98
STOP
4
Press
5
Make sure that the reception mode is set to AUTO (see page 58).
repeatedly to return to the date and time display.
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6. Optional Settings
The optional settings allow you to customize the fax machine to better suit
your needs.
An initial setting has been made for each optional setting at the factory. To
change a setting, follow the steps below to access it, and then change the
setting as explained in the list that follows.
1
Press
MENU
Display:
and 4 .
4:OPTIONAL SETTING
ENTER #(01-36, , )
2
Press the numeric keys to enter the 2digit number (“01” to “31”) of the
optional setting that you wish to
change.
Example: Optional Setting 01
Example: Option Setting 01
selected
01: DEFAULT FAX RES.
ENTER # (1-3) (1)
1
0
OR
Press
or
to scroll through the
optional settings. When the desired
3
4
START/
ENTER
.
6. Optional
Settings
optional setting appears, press
Enter a selection for the optional setting by pressing the numeric keys.
See the list that follows for an explanation of each of the optional
settings.
After entering a selection, the subsequent optional setting will appear in
the display. To return to the date and time display, press
STOP
twice.
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Optional Settings
Optional Settings
Setting 01: DEFAULT FAX RESOLUTION
This option sets the default resolution (the resolution used if a setting is not
selected with
RESOLUTION
) for transmitting documents. Press 1 for
STANDARD, 2 for FINE, or 3 for SUPER-FINE.
♦ Initial setting: 1
Setting 02: NUMBER OF RINGS AUTO RECEPTION
This sets the number of rings the fax machine waits before answering an
incoming call in AUTO receive mode. Enter a number from 2 to 4 . To
have the machine answer without ringing, press 0 .
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 03: NUMBER OF RINGS MANUAL RECEPTION
You can also have the fax machine automatically answer a call after a certain
number of rings in MANUAL reception mode. To turn on this function, enter
the desired number of rings (any number from 2 to 4 ). To turn off the
function, enter 0 .
♦ Initial setting: 0 (off)
Setting 04: AUTO LISTING
Press 1 (YES) to have the fax machine automatically print an Activity
Report once every 30 send/receive operations. (The report can still be printed
on demand at any time.) Press 2 (NO) to turn the function off.
♦ Initial setting: 2
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Optional Settings
Setting 05: TRANSACTION REPORT PRINT SELECTION
This sets the condition for printing out a Transaction Report. Enter a number
from 1 to 5 as follows:
1
(ERROR/TIMER
MEMORY):
A report will be printed after an error, timer
operation, or memory operation
2
(SEND ONLY)
A report will be printed only after a
transmission
3
(ALWAYS PRINTS)
A report will be printed after each
transmission, reception, or error
4
(NEVER PRINTS)
A report will never be printed.
5
. ONLY)
(ERROR
A report will be printed only after an error
occurs
♦ Initial setting: 5
Note: Settings 06 and 07 are not used.
Setting 08: SECURITY SELECTION
♦ Initial setting: 1
Setting 09: ERROR CORRECTION MODE (ECM)
Press 1 (YES) to have any distortions in a transmission due to noise on the
telephone line corrected before print-out at the receiving end. This is only
effective when the other machine has ECM as well. Press 2 (NO) to turn
the function off.
Note: If the transmission or reception is taking place in Super G3 mode, ECM
will operate regardless of the ECM setting.
♦ Initial setting: 1
101
6. Optional
Settings
Press 1 (ON) to turn polling security on, or 2 (OFF) to turn it off.
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Optional Settings
Setting 10: AUTO COVER SHEET
Press 1 (YES) to have the fax automatically generate a cover sheet and
send it as the last page of each transmission. Press 2 (NO) to turn the
function off.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Note: Setting 11 is not used.
Setting 12: COPY SCANNING
This setting is used to reduce copies slightly before printing to ensure that
data on the edges are not cut off. Press 1 (AUTO) for automatic reduction,
or 2 (100%) for no reduction.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 13: COPY CUT-OFF
This setting determines how the fax machine will copy documents that are
longer than the printing paper. Press 1 (CONTINUE) to have the remainder
of the document printed on a second page, or 2 (CUT-OFF) to cut off (not
print) the remainder.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 14: RECEIVE REDUCE
This setting is used to reduce received documents slightly before printing to
ensure that data on the edges are not cut off. Press 1 (AUTO) for automatic
reduction, or 2 (100%) for no reduction.
♦ Initial setting: 1
Setting 15: IMAGE MEMORY PRINT
Press 1 (YES) to include a copy of part of the first page of the transmitted
document on the Transaction Report. Press 2 (NO) to turn the function off.
This setting is only effective when transmitting from memory.
♦ Initial setting: 1
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Optional Settings
Setting 16: CASSETTE SELECTION
Press 1 (AUTO SELECTION) if you want the fax machine to automatically
select the printing paper source (tray or cassette) according to the size of
each page received or copied. (If a document consists of multiple pages of
different sizes, each page will be printed on the paper that best matches its
size.)
Press 2 (AUTO SELECTION 2) if you want the fax machine to automatically
select the printing paper source (tray or cassette) according to the size of the
first page of the document received or copied. (If the document consists of
multiple pages of different sizes, all pages will be printed on the same size of
paper based on the size of the first page.)
Press 3 (MANUAL SELECTION) if you want to set a fixed order of priority
for the paper sources. When the 1ST PRIORITY setting appears, press 1
to have paper always drawn from the tray regardless of the size of the
received or copied document, or 2 to have paper always drawn from the
cassette. When the 2ND PRIORITY setting appears, press 1 to have paper
drawn from the other source in the event that the “1st priority” source runs out
of paper, or 2 (NONE) to have the incoming fax received to memory.
Note: This setting will only appear if your dealer has installed the paper
cassette option and Option Setting 31 (Seperate Mode) is turned off.
Note: Settings 17 and 18 are not used.
Setting 19: POWER SAVE MODE
To conserve power, you can have the laser printer heater in your fax machine
turn off when not in use. When this is done, the heater will turn on
automatically when you receive a document (there will be a slight delay before
printing while the heater warms up) and turn off when printing is completed.
Press 1 to turn on Power Save mode, or 2 to turn it off.
♦ Initial setting: 1
103
6. Optional
Settings
♦ Initial setting: 1
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Optional Settings
Setting 20: ANTI-JUNK FAX
Press 1 to block reception from fax numbers entered in the Anti Junk Fax
List. Press 2 to allow reception from all numbers.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 21: ALARM VOLUME
This sets the volume of the beep sound that alerts you to error conditions and
informs you that operations have been completed. Press 1 for HIGH, 2
for LOW, or
3
for OFF.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 22: DIAL MODE
This sets the dial mode. Press 1 if you are on a touch-tone line, or 2 if
you are on a pulse dial (rotary) line.
♦ Initial setting: 1
Note: For all units installed in New Zealand, select "1" for tone dialling. The pulse
setting "2" will not operate correctly and must not be used.
Setting 23: QUICK ON-LINE
When you transmit a multi-page document, this setting determines whether
the fax machine will dial the receiving party and begin transmitting while
scanning is still in progress, or wait until all pages have been scanned before
dialling. Press 1 to have the fax machine dial and begin transmission while
scanning is still in progress, or 2 to have the fax machine wait until all pages
have been scanned.
♦ Initial setting: 1
Setting 24: MULTI TTI
If you are using Department Control, you can press 1 to have the
department name (the name associated with the department code entered by
an operator to access the fax) appear at the top of each transmitted
document. This will appear in place of the name entered in Entering Your
Name and Fax Number in Chapter 1. Press 2 to turn Multi TTI off (the
sender’s name entered in Chapter 1 will appear).
♦ Initial setting: 2
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Optional Settings
Setting 25: BEEP LENGTH
This sets the duration of the beep that signals the end of transmission,
reception, or copying. Press 1 for 3 seconds, 2 for 1 second, or 3 for
no beep.
♦ Initial setting: 1
Note: Setting 26 is not used.
Setting 27: DEPARTMENT CODE DIGITS
This setting allows you to change the number of digits used for Department
Codes. Enter any number from 3 to 9 .
♦ Initial setting: 4
Setting 28: DISTINCTIVE RING
Use this setting if you subscribe to a distinctive ring service from your phone
company and wish to have the machine automatically answer and receive
faxes when your fax number is dialled. Press 1 to turn on distinctive ring or
2
to turn it off. See page 98 for detailed information on this feature.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Press 1 if you want the fax machine to stamp each original document page
as it is scanned. After scanning, you can check to see if all pages have been
stamped to verify that no double feeds occurred. Press 2 to turn the
function off.
Note: To use this function, your dealer must install the Verification Stamp
option.
♦ Initial setting: 2
105
6. Optional
Settings
Setting 29: VERIFICATION STAMP
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Optional Settings
Setting 30: COPY RESOLUTION
Use this setting to select the default copying resolution (the resolution used for
copying if a setting is not made with
2
RESOLUTION
). Press 1 for STANDARD,
for FINE, or 3 for SUPER-FINE.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Setting 31: SEPARATE MODE
If desired, you can have the fax draw a sheet of paper from one of the paper
sources after each fax reception. By loading coloured (or large) paper in that
source, each coloured sheet drawn will act as a separator that makes it easy
to distinguish where one multi-page document ends and another begins. A
Transaction Report printed after a reception will also be printed from that
paper source to act as a separator sheet. To turn on this function, press 1
and then select the paper source for the separator paper by pressing 1 for
the paper tray or 2 for the paper cassette. After turning on the function, be
sure to load appropriate paper in the selected paper source. To turn off
Seperate mode, press 2 . (Note that the function will turn off automatically if
the selected paper source runs out of paper.)
Note: This setting is only available if your dealer has installed the paper cassette
option.
♦ Initial setting: 2
Note: If you turn off the Separate Mode setting, Option Setting 16 will
subsequently appear in the display to allow you make an appropriate setting for
cassette selection. If you don’t make a selection, 1:AUTO SELECTION will be
automatically selected.
Note: Settings 32 through 36 are not used.
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7. Printing Lists and Reports
You can print lists showing settings and information entered in the fax
machine. You can also print out reports on recent activity and individual
operations after they are completed. The lists and reports are described on
the following pages.
To print a list, follow the steps below.
1
Press
MENU
Display:
, and 2 .
2:LISTING MODE
ENTER #(01-11, ,
2
)
Press the numeric keys to enter the 2-digit number (“01” to “11”) of the
list you want to print.
Example: Activity Report
0
1
OR
Press
or
appears, press
to scroll through the lists. When the desired list
START/
ENTER
.
Activity Report (List 01)
♦ If Option Setting 4 (Auto Listing) is set to YES, a report will be automatically
printed out whenever information on 30 operations has accumulated. (A
report can still be printed on demand at any time.)
♦ All information is erased after a report is printed out. If automatic print-out is
turned off and the report is not printed manually for 30 operations, the
information on the oldest operation will be overwritten each time a new
operation is performed.
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7. Printing
Lists
This report shows information on your most recently performed send and
receive operations (a combined maximum of 30 operations can appear). The
report is divided into two parts: the SEND REPORT, which shows information
on transmissions, and the RECEIVE REPORT, which shows information on
receptions.
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Explanation of headings
SENDER/
RECEIVER
The name or fax number of the other machine involved in the
transaction.
START
The time at which transmission/reception started.
TX/RX TIME
Total time taken for transmission/reception.
PAGES
Number of pages transmitted/received.
TYPE
CONF. TX - A confidential operation was performed.
(T) - A timer operation was performed.
(D) - The document was sent directly from the feeder, not
from memory.
NOTE
(One of the following notes will appear under NOTE in the
report to indicate whether the transaction was successful,
and if not, the reason for the failure.)
OK - Transmission/reception was successful.
P.FAIL - A power failure prevented the transaction.
JAM - The printing paper or document jammed, preventing
the transaction.
BUSY - The fax was not sent because the line was busy.
COM.E-0 to COM.E-31 - A telephone line error prevented
the transaction. See Line Error in Problems and Solutions in
Chapter 9.
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CANCEL - The transaction was cancelled because the
STOP key was pressed, no document was in the feeder, or
the other machine requested transmission using a function
which your fax machine does not have.
CANCEL 3 - (Used for confidential transmission only)
A confidential transmission was cancelled because the
receiving machine does not have a confidential function, a
confidential passcode is not programmed in the receiving
machine, its memory is full, or it is not a Sharp model.
CANCEL 4 - (Used for confidential transmission only)
A confidential ransmission was cancelled because an
incorrect mailbox number was entered for a fax machine with
confidential mailboxes, or the other machine’s memory is full.
Timer List (List 02)
This list shows the timer operations that are currently set.
.
Destination List (List 03)
This list shows the fax numbers that have been programmed for automatic
dialling.
Passcode List (List 04)
This list shows your settings for polling security, your name and fax number as
programmed in the fax machine, and a sample of the header printed at the top
of every page you fax (HEADER PRINT).
Optional Setting List (List 05)
This list shows the current status of the option settings.
The top part of this list shows the programs that have been entered. The
bottom part shows the fax numbers that have been programmed into Group
Keys.
Batch Transmission List (List 07)
The Batch Transmission List shows the documents that are currently stored
for batch transmission.
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Lists
Program and Group List (List 06)
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Department Usage List (List 08)
This list shows total transmission time and pages transmitted (including
polling time and pages polled) for each department during the period
indicated on the list. The information is only available if Department Control
has been activated.
♦ Each time you print out the report, the data is cleared and a new period
begins.
Confidential Reception List (List 09)
This list shows which mailboxes have received confidential documents and
the total number of pages received. Print this list out whenever RCVD CONF.
FAX appears in the display.
Anti Junk Number List (List 10)
This list shows the fax numbers from which reception is not allowed.
Personal Book List (List 11)
This list shows the personal books that have been created.
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Transaction Report
This report is printed out automatically after an operation is completed to
allow you to check the result. The fax machine is set at the factory to print out
the report only when an error occurs. If desired, you can change the setting to
have it printed out under a variety of other conditions. See Option Setting 5
(Print Selection) in Chapter 6.
♦ You can also print out the Transaction Report on demand by pressing
REPORT
N/*
(flip up the Rapid Key overlay if it is down) after the operation is
completed.
♦ The same headings appear in the Transaction Report as in the Activity
Report. See Activity Report in this chapter for an explanation of the
headings.
♦ The top part of the first page of the document will also appear below the
7. Printing
Lists
report if the document was sent from memory. If confidentiality is required,
you can prevent printing of the top part of the document by setting Option
Setting 15 (Image Memory Print) to NO.
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8. Maintenance
Cleaning the Scanning Glass and Rollers
Clean the reading glass and rollers frequently to ensure the quality of your
transmitted images and copies.
1
Open the operation panel.
• Squeeze the release marked PANEL
RELEASE and pull up.
2
Wipe the scanning glass, white backplate, and rollers with a soft cloth.
• Make sure that all dirt and stains (such as correcting fluid) are removed, as
dirt will cause vertical lines on transmitted images and copies. (If
necessary, wipe with denatured alcohol.)
White
backplate
Rollers
Scanning
glass
The Housing
Wipe the external parts and surface of the machine with a dry cloth.
Caution!
Do not use benzene or thinner. These solvents may damage or discolor the
machine.
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Replacing the Verification Stamp
Replacing the Verification Stamp
If you are using the Verification Stamp function, you will need to replace the
ink cartridge in the stamp unit when it runs out of ink (when the stamped mark
on original documents becomes faint). A new ink cartridge can be obtained
from your dealer.
1
2
3
4
Remove the ADF exit tray.
Press down on the protruding tab of
the green ink cartridge and pull the
cartridge out with your fingers.
Insert the new ink cartridge into the
machine (make sure that the tab is
facing out).
1
Replace the ADF exit tray.
2
3
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9. Troubleshooting
Problems and Solutions
Line error
Problem
LINE ERROR appears in
the display, and/or a
transaction report is
printed out with COM. Eand a number from 0 to 31
in the NOTE column.
Solution
Try the transaction again. If the error persists, check
the following:
• Check the connection. The cord from the TEL.
LINE socket to the wall socket should be no longer
than two meters.
• Make sure there are no modem devices sharing the
same telephone line.
• Check with the other party to make sure their fax
machine is functioning properly.
• Have your telephone line checked for line noise.
• Try connecting the fax machine to a different
telephone line.
• If the problem still occurs, your fax machine may
need service.
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Problems and Solutions
Problem
Dialling is not possible.
Solution
• Make sure the power cord is properly plugged into
a power outlet.
• Make sure that the telephone line is properly
connected to both the TEL. LINE socket and the
wall socket.
• Make sure that the fax machine is set to the correct
dialling mode for your telephone line. See Option
Setting 22 in Chapter 6.
The power is on, but no
transmission takes place.
• Make sure that the receiving machine has paper.
• Make sure that the telephone line cord is plugged
into the TEL. LINE socket, and not the TEL. SET
socket.
• If the receiving machine is in manual mode with no
attendant, reception will not be possible.
• If the receiving machine is not a Sharp model,
make sure it is G3 compatible.
• Check the display for error messages.
• Press the SPEAKER key and check for a dial tone.
Nothing is printed at the
receiving end.
• Make sure that the document for transmission is
placed face down in the feeder.
A distorted image is
received at the other end.
• If ECM mode (Option Setting 9) is turned off, noise
on the telephone line may cause distortion. Try
sending the document again.
• Make a copy of the document on your fax machine.
If the copy is also distorted, your fax machine may
need service.
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Dialling and transmission problems
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Problems and Solutions
Reception and copying problems
Problem
Solution
The fax machine doesn’t
receive documents
automatically.
• Make sure that the reception mode is set to AUTO
(see page 58).
The received document is
faint.
• Ask the other party to send higher contrast
documents. If the contrast is still too low, your fax
machine may need service. Make a copy or print a
report to check your machine’s printing ability.
• The toner cartridge may need replacement.
The printed image
appears dirty and/or the
paper jams frequently.
• Have a service technician clean the print
compartment.
The power is on, but no
reception takes place.
• Make sure that the wall socket is connected to the
TEL. LINE socket, and not the TEL. SET socket.
Received images are
distorted.
• If ECM mode (Option Setting 9) is turned off, noise
on the telephone line may cause distortion. Have
the other party try sending the document again.
• If the other machine has ECM mode, make sure
this feature is turned on in both fax machines (see
Option Setting 9).
• Make a copy or print a report on your fax machine.
If the copy or report is also distorted, your fax
machine may need service.
• The drum cartridge may be damaged. Try a new
drum cartridge.
• The fusing unit and transfer roller may need to be
replaced during the life of the machine if print
quality begins to deteriorate. This must be done by
a service technician.
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The quality of copies is
poor and/or black lines
appear.
• Any dirt or material on the scanning glass will
cause lines to appear on copies and transmitted
faxes. Clean the scanning glass as explained in
Chapter 8.
Dots appear at regular
intervals on received
documents and copies.
• The drum cartridge may be damaged. Replace the
drum cartridge.
The printing paper comes
out blank when you try to
receive a document.
• Make sure that the document is loaded properly in
the feeder of the transmitting machine. Make a
copy or print a report to confirm the printing ability
of your machine.
General problems
Problem
Nothing appears in the
display.
Solution
• Make sure the power cord is properly plugged into
a power outlet and the power switch is turned on.
• Connect another electrical appliance to the outlet to
see if it has power.
The machine does not
respond when you press
any of its keys.
• If a beep sound is not made when you press the
keys, turn off the power switch and then turn it on
again several seconds later.
Automatic document
feeding does not work for
transmission or copying.
• Check the size and weight of the document (see
Transmittable Documents in Chapter 2).
No reception occurs when
polling is attempted.
• Make sure you have not run out of paper.
• Make sure the transmitting machine is in automatic
reception mode.
• If the transmitting machine has polling security,
make sure that your fax number has been entered
both in your machine and in the transmitting
machine.
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Problems and Solutions
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Problems and Solutions
Bell tinkle
(New Zealand)
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• The operation of this equipment on the same line
as the telephone or other equipment with audible
warning devices or automatic ring detectors will
give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false
tripping of the ring detector. Should such a problem
occur, contact your authorised Sharp Service
Centre for information.
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Messages and Signals
Messages and Signals
9. Troubleshooting
Display messages
CHECK CASSETTE
This indicates that the cassette is not installed
properly.
CONF. REFUSED
A confidential transmission has been denied
because you entered an incorrect mailbox number
for a machine with mailboxes.
CONF. RX ERROR
Confidential reception was cancelled because the
mailbox number specified by the transmitting
machine is not programmed in your fax machine.
CHECK COVER OR DRUM
The print compartment cover is open or the drum
cartridge has not been installed. Close the cover
or install the drum cartridge.
DRUM LIFE REACHED
The drum cartridge must be replaced soon (this
message appears when approximately 1000
pages can still be printed).
FAX RCVD IN MEMORY
A fax has been received in memory because the
toner cartridge needs replacement, you have run
out of printing paper, or the paper is jammed. The
fax will automatically print out when the problem is
fixed.
LINE ERROR
Transmission or reception was not successful.
Press STOP to clear the message and then try
again. If the error persists, see Line Error in
Problems and Solutions in this chapter.
MEMORY FULL ERROR
An internal memory error occurred. You may need
to resend one or more pages of the document
being transmitted when the error occurred.
MEMORY FULL ERROR
PRESS STOP KEY
The memory is full and the transmission has been
cancelled (this message appears when Option
Setting 23, Quick On-line, is set to NO). Press the
STOP key to clear the message .
MENU MODE
The MENU key has been pressed.
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Messages and Signals
NO CONF. FUNCTION
Confidential transmission was cancelled because
the receiving machine does not have a
confidential function, a confidential passcode is
not programmed in it, its memory is full, or it is not
a Sharp model.
NO PAPER
This message will be followed by one of the paper
sources in parentheses, and informs you that the
paper source is out of paper. If no paper source is
indicated, both paper sources are out of paper.
ONHOOK DIAL MODE
The SPEAKER key has been pressed and the fax
machine is waiting for you to dial.
OUTPUT TRAY OFF
The received document tray is not attached.
Attach it as explained in Connections in Chapter 1
(the tray must be attached for the fax machine to
operate properly.)
PAPER JAM
The printing paper is jammed. See the following
section, Clearing Paper Jams.
RCVD CONF. FAX
A confidential fax has been received in memory.
Print the fax as explained in Confidential
Operations in Chapter 5.
REMOVE ORIGINAL(S)
The original document is jammed. See the
following section, Clearing Paper Jams.
SIZE ERROR
This message will be followed by one of the paper
sources in parentheses, and informs you that the
paper loaded in that source is not all the same
size.
REPLACE TONER
The toner cartridge must be replaced.
WAITING<MEMORY FULL>
The memory has become full and scanning has
stopped during scanning of a multi-page
document. Scanning will automatically resume
when sufficient memory becomes free (for
example, after several pages are transmitted).
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Messages and Signals
Continuous tone
3 seconds
Indicates the end of transmission,
reception, or copying.
Intermittent tone
(3 beeps)
5 seconds
(1 second on, 1
second off)
Indicates incomplete transmission,
reception, or copying.
Rapid intermittent
tone
35 seconds
(0.7 seconds on,
0.3 seconds off)
Indicates that an extension phone
connected to the fax is off hook.
9. Troubleshooting
Audible signals
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Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing a jammed document
If the original document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or copying,
or REMOVE ORIGINAL(S) appears in the display, first try pressing
START/
ENTER
. If
the document doesn’t feed out, open the operation panel and remove it.
Important:
Do not try to remove a document without opening the operation panel. This
may damage the feeder mechanism.
1
Open the operation panel.
• Squeeze the release marked PANEL
RELEASE and pull up.
2
3
122
Remove the document.
Close the operation panel, making sure
it clicks into place.
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Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing jammed printing paper
1
9. Troubleshooting
If the printing paper jams, PAPER JAM will appear in the display. Follow the
steps below to clear the jam.
Press the green release and open the
print compartment cover.
• Caution!
The fusing unit inside the print
compartment becomes very hot during
operation. Be careful not to touch the
inside of the compartment.
2
Remove the toner cartridge and place
it on a sheet of paper.
3
Remove the drum cartridge.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
• Make sure no torn pieces of paper remain in the print compartment and
rollers.
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OR
5
Replace the drum cartridge.
• Make sure the drum cartridge is
BLUE
inserted in as far as it will go.
GREEN
6
Replace the toner cartridge and then
close the print compartment cover.
BLUE
GREEN
7
8
124
If you have a paper cassette and the
display still indicates that paper is
jammed, pull out the cassette and
remove the jammed paper.
Replace the paper cassette.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Press a Group Key.
SENDING FAXES
SPEED DIAL
and enter a Speed Dial
Place the document (up to
50 A4-size pages) face
down in the document
feeder.
Press
(Note: For Normal Dialling and Direct Keypad
Dialling, you can also load the document after
dialling the number.)
Enter a full number and press
number (press
START/
ENTER
3. When finished, press
Press
RESOLUTION
or
CONTRAST
4. Press
1. Lift extension phone or press
SPEAKER
5. Press
.
2. Dial the fax number (if using an extension
phone, dial on the extension phone keypad).
3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person
answers, ask them to press their Start key).
START/
ENTER
RESOLUTION
Speed Dialling
CONTRAST
if needed.
STORING AUTO DIAL NUMBERS
1. Press
MENU
, 3 , 0 , 1 .
to clear a number.)
To store a Speed Dial number, press
and enter the desired Speed
Dial number (press
START/
ENTER
SPEED DIAL
and enter a number from 1 to 75 (press
START/
ENTER
if you entered a 1-digit number).
if you entered a 1(If clearing a number, select it as explained
above and then perform Steps 7 and 9.)
digit number).
START/
ENTER
or
3. To store a Rapid Key number, press the
desired Rapid Key.
Press the desired Rapid Key.
2. Press
.
START/
ENTER
(Press 2
SPEED DIAL
.
2. Press 1 to store a number.
.
Rapid Key Dialling
1. Press
START/
ENTER
START/
ENTER
if needed.
Normal Dialling
4. Press
to complete entry if
only one digit is entered).
4. Enter the full fax number.
.
START/
ENTER
Direct Keypad Dialling
5. Press
1. Dial the fax number.
6. Enter a name by pressing the letter keys.
2. Press
START/
ENTER
.
7. Press
BROADCASTING
1. Load the document and press
2. Dial destination numbers:
Press a Rapid Key.
START/
ENTER
.
.
8. Press 1 if this is a Chain Dial number.
BROADCAST
.
Press 2 if this is a regular number.
9. Press
STOP
repeatedly to exit.
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Index
A
Activity Report, 107
Auto Listing, 100
Alarm volume, 104
Anti Junk Fax, 97, 104
Anti Junk Number List, 110
Audible signals, 121
Auto Cover Sheet, 102
Auto reception mode, 58
Auto-dial numbers, programming, 36
B
Batch page numbering, 57
Batch transmission, 83-84
Batch Transmission List, 109
Beep length, 105
Broadcasting, 63-64
C
Dialling
Chain, 39, 46
Direct Keypad, 44
Normal, 35
Rapid Key, 42
Speed, 43
Direct Keypad Dialling, 44
Distinctive ring, 98
Document feeder, 32
Document guides, 32
Document restrictions, 31
Document sizes, 30
Document, maximum scanning area, 31
Drum cartridge
Installing and replacing, 17-20
Duplex Scanning, 94
E
Error Correction Mode (ECM), 101
Cancelling a fax, 47, 48
Cassette Selection, 103
Chain Dialling, 39, 46
Confidential operations, 67-70
Confidential Reception List, 110
Contrast, 34
Copies, making, 61
Copy Cut-off, 102
Copy resolution, 106
Copying Scanning, 102
Cover Sheet, 55
Auto Cover Sheet, 102
F
D
I
Date, setting, 26
Department Code Digits, 105
Department Control, 95-96
Department Usage List, 110
Destination List, 109
Dial mode, 104
Image Memory Print, 102
126
Fax Ability (distinctive ring), 98
Fax Duet (distinctive ring), 98
Fine Resolution Priority, 100
G
Group Keys, 65-66
H
Halftone setting, 33
Housing, cleaning, 112
J
Jams, clearing, 122-124
Job status, checking, 47
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Index
L
R
Letters, entering, 24
Line error, 114
Loading the document, 32
Rapid Key Dialling, 42
Receive Reduce, 102
Reception mode
Auto, 58
Manual, 58, 59
Setting, 58
Redialling, 36, 49
Resolution, 33
Ringer volume, 29
M
Manual reception mode, 58, 59
Memory
Checking documents in, 47, 60
Sending faxes from, 41
Substitute reception to, 60
Memory retransmission, 49
Multi TTI, 104
N
Normal Dialling, 35
Number of rings in auto reception, 100
Number of rings in manual reception, 100
O
Optional Setting List, 109
P
Page numbering, batch, 57
Paper jams, clearing, 122-124
Paper, loading, 21
Passcode List, 109
Pauses in automatic dialling, 37
Personal Book List, 110
Personal books, 50-54
Polling, 71-76
Security Selection, 101
Power Save mode, 103
Program and Group List, 109
Programs, 85-93
S
Scanning glass, cleaning, 112
Search Dial, 45
Seperate Mode, 106
Speaker volume, 28
Speed Dialling, 43
T
TEL. LINE socket, 15
TEL. SET socket, 15
Telephone line cord, 15
Telephone, connecting, 15
Time, setting, 26
Timer, 77
Timer List, 109
Toner cartridge
Installing and replacing, 17-20
Toner cartridge indicator, 20
Transaction Report, 111
Print Selection, 101
Troubleshooting, 114-118
V
Verification Stamp, 16, 105
Replacing, 113
Q
Quick On-line, 104
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SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY.LTD.
A.C.N. 003 039 405
1 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood, Blacktown, N.S.W., 2148
SHARP CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED.
59 Hugo Johnston Drive Penrose, Auckland New Zealand
SHARP CORPORATION
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