PPF531 - 575 Magic3 Part 1
3 The operation is interrupted as soon as you
remove the document.
Polling codes work in accordance with the
ITU international standard. However, there
are manufacturers who use other processes
and whose machines are therefore not compatible.
If you want to send faxes to fax databases or
if you want to poll from these, some databases
have a sub-address which you can add to the
telephone number. This will save you money
in telephone charges. First enter the telephone
number of the database and then press R.
Then enter the required sub-address. If you
are not sure whether your fax polling service
supports sub-addresses, please contact your
polling service operator.
Send later
If you wish to make use of cheaper telephone
rates, or if your fax correspondent is only available at particular times, you can program automatic transmission of a fax at a later time (within
24 hours).
1 Press MENU, 24 and OK. Enter the time
when you wish the document to be sent.
2 Press OK and insert the document.
5 If you remove the inserted document the
stand-by mode is cancelled.
You can use your fax machine to make copies
of an original. Resolution f is set by default. In
addition, you can also select resolution F (see
chapter Fax & Copy / Image quality).
1 Place your documents face to the front in the
document feeder. You can load up to 10 pages
at once.
2 Select the desired resolution with FINE/
a To make only one copy of the original, briefly
press COPY. The copying process starts immediately.
Fax & Copy
Press MENU, 23 and OK. Enter a code
(maximum of 20 characters) and press OK to
confirm. The document can now be polled by
a person in possession of this code. You can
still make telephone calls while this function is
b In order to make more than one copy pressCOPY (for at least two seconds).
The display will show the actual number of copies. If you want to change this figure enter the
desired number with the number keys (max. 20).
Press COPY.
3 Choose whether to reduce or enlarge the
document in size when copying.
Your machine provides the following options:
zoom enlarge: 200
3 Dial the desired telephone number and then
press START.
4 Select the desired option with u and confirm with OK.
4 The fax machine is now ready to send the
inserted document. You can still make telephone calls while this function is activated.
Fax & Copy
The machine stores the first page of the document into memory and starts copying. Automatic sorting is therefore not an option!
To interrupt the copying process press
In case of a paper jam, if the inkfilm is empty
or the memory is full, the copying process will
be interrupted automatically.
In the event of a document jam see Hints
and Tips / Document jam.
(only for devices with SMS functionality)
The NO.
transm. and the
NO. for recept. are needed in order to
use SMS services. In some countries these numbers may be identical.
(not available in all countries)
You can send and receive SMS (Short Message
Service) messages with your fax machine. Your
fax machine is already set up to make use of
SMS services – depending on the country and
Before you can send and receive SMS messages the CLIP feature (Calling Line Identification Presentation) must be enabled for
your telephone line.^
Make sure that this feature is activated on
your line.
To send an SMS the call number of an SMS
provider must be entered in your fax (SMS
Check the following with your service provider:
What costs are billed for sending and possibly receiving an SMS message,
Which mobile networks can you send SMS
messages to and which mobile networks
can you receive SMS messages from,
Which functions are offered by your SMS
SMS settings
Disable SMS printing
1 Press MENU, 17 and then OK four
2 Use u to choose whether to have incoming messages automatically printed or
3 Press OK to complete your action.
v If your fax machine is connected to a
PABX system you may not be able to use
SMS services. Contact the operator or
manufacturer of the PABX system.
Reading SMS messages
When you receive an SMS message you will hear
a beep. The message will be stored and automatically printed out. You can disable automatic
printout (see Disable SMS printing).
In this case, the SMS key will flash when a new
SMS message is received and the display will
show W and the number of new SMS messages.
You can read these SMS messages on the display:
1 Press SMS.
2 Press u to select READ SMS.
3 Press OK.
Your fax machine is already set up to make use of
SMS services. If you do have any problems, however, you should contact your telephone network
4 The number, date and time of the last message will be displayed. Unread messages are
marked with an asterisk. Press u to select
the SMS you want and press OK.
You can change the predefined SMS provider and
enter a second provider.
5 The SMS message will be displayed. Use
u to move within the message. If you
hold down u the cursor will move to the
start or end of the SMS message.
1 Press MENU, 17 and OK.
2 The current provider will be displayed. Use
u to select either SMS-CENTER 1 or 2.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter the NO. for transm. Confirm
with OK.
5 Enter the NO. for recept. Confirm
with OK.
With OK and u you can select any of a
wide range of options (see Other SMS functions).
Press COPY and OK to print the message.
6 Select STOP to return to the list of received
SMS messages.
You can also read SMS messages by pressing
MENU, 42 and OK.
Sending SMS messages
1 Press SMS.
2 Press u to select SEND SMS.
3 Press OK.
4 The display shows TEXT:. Enter your text
message on the alphabetic keypad (maximum
of 160 characters). If there are numbers in
the message you should use the numerical
keypad. You can select any of the last five
SMS messages you have written and use it as
a template. Press PP until the message you
want appears.
v Press the w button to check how many
characters you can still enter.
5 Press COPY to print the message and OK.
6 Enter the recipient’s number. Confirm with
You can use the phonebook a, the short
dial directory n or the redial function
PP to enter the number.
7 You can enter up to five recipients. When you
have entered each telephone number press
OK. Finally, press SMS.
8 Your SMS message will be sent.
5 Press OK. The messages will be printed out.
You can also print SMS messages by pressing
MENU, 43 and OK.
Deleting SMS messages
To free up the memory so it can receive new messages you should delete any messages you have
already read.
1 Press SMS.
2 Press u to select READ SMS.
3 Press OK.
4 The stored messages will be displayed. Use
u to select the SMS message you want to
5 Press C.
6 Use u to select one of the following:
7 Confirm with OK.
v If the SMS memory is full (maximum of
30 messages) no new messages can be received. You should delete SMS messages
you have already read.
Use u to move within the message or the
number. If you hold down u the cursor
will move to the start or end of the message
or number.
Other SMS functions
To delete the character to the left of the cursor
press C. To delete all the text hold down C
(two seconds).
1 If you press OK while you are reading an
SMS message you can use u to select one
of the following options:
You can also send SMS messages by pressing
MENU, 41 and OK..
print sMS
print out the SMS message
forward sms
Printing SMS messages
1 Press SMS.
2 Press u to select PRINT SMS.
3 Press OK.
4 Use u to select which SMS messages you
want to print:
PRINT: inbox
reply sms
read next
read previous
2 Confirm with OK.
return to the list
send the SMS message
to someone else
answer the SMS message
delete the SMS message
display the next
SMS message
display the
previous SMS message
If you are running an SMS-capable cordless
phone on the same line it is impossible to say
which device will actually receive the SMS message. However, you can only receive SMS messages on one device at any one time. Try to disable SMS reception on the cordless phone. If you
cannot do this, disable SMS reception on the fax
1 Press MENU, 45 and OK.
Disable SMS reception
2 Enter 51205 and press OK.
3 Use u to choose whether to enable or disable SMS reception.
4 Press OK to complete your action.
You can use the same procedure to enable
SMS reception again.
You can still send SMS messages even if SMS
reception is disabled.
Answering machine
(only for devices with built-in answering
1 If PLAY flashes, messages have been recorded for you. Press PLAY to listen to the first
message. The date and time the message was
received and the number of the caller will be
The recording capacity is 30 minutes.
2 The next message will be replayed if you press
PLAY while listening to any message.
Your answering machine is factory-programmed
with a recorded outgoing message. If you want
to record your own outgoing message, proceed as
described under “Recording a message”.
3 You can switch between messages by entering
the number of the message you want while
the messages are being played. For example,
enter 1 for the first message.
Make sure that your fax machine stands on a hard,
flat surface, because otherwise the microphone
may be covered.
4 After listening to your messages PLAY will
stay on until all messages have been erased.
Switching on and off
Activate or deactivate your answering machine
with ON/OFF Activate mode is indicated with
the symbol b on the display.
Play back volume
1 Press u while playing back messages. The
current volume setting will be displayed.
2 Press u to obtain the desired volume.
Recording a message
Deleting messages
1 Hold down REC for two seconds. Press REC
again, until you hear a confirmation tone. Lift
the handset and start to record your message.
Single messages
1 If you want to delete the message which is
currently being played, press C.
2 A black bar indicates you how much memory
is available for the outgoing message (max. 20
2 You will be asked on the display if you really
want to delete this message. Press C again.
3 Stop recording by pressing REC or STOP.
All messages
4 The new answering message is automatically
replayed. By pressing u you can change
the volume of the message.
1 Press C. after having listened to all messages.
5 To hear the message again, press REC for a
while (two seconds) and then PLAY.
Duration of recording
1 Select MENU, 51 and OK.
2 Press u to choose between 30, 60, 120
seconds or the AUTO mode (unlimited recording time). Please note that AUTO mode
is not available in all countries.
3 Confirm with OK.
Listening to messages
2 If you actually want to delete all messages,
press C again. To interrupt the deleting process press STOP.
Your fax machine can automatically forward all
incoming messages to another telephone number.
Enter the telephone number to which you wish
recorded calls to be forwarded. You can select
the number of messages to be forwarded each
time. Your fax machine will wait until the selected
number of messages has been received and then
calls the desired number automatically. A text announcing the call forwarding is transmitted when
the connection is made. Then the party to which
the calls are being forwarded needs to enter the
access code (see function 52). If you do not enter
the right code within 40 seconds or if you enter
the wrong code three times, the fax machine will
drop the call.
1 In case your answering machine is deactivated
turn it on with ON/OFF. The symbol b
appears on the display.
2 Select MENU, 55 and OK.
3 Choose with u forward call: on
and confirm with OK.
4 Enter the telephone number your messages
should be forwarded to and press OK.
5 Choose with u the number of messages
you want to be forwarded each time.
6 To record a new forwarding message, press
7 Press REC. Wait for the confirmation tone
and start speaking. An example of an announcement might be: “Hello, there are messages for Mr. Smith; please enter the access
code.” Position yourself about 20 cm from
the fax machine. A black bar will indicate how
much memory is available.
8 Press STOP when you have finished. The
forwarding message will be played back.
9 The fax machine is now switched to stand-by
* if a message has already been recorded
a Press OK.
b Select with u. If you wish to
record a new forwarding message, select rec. message: yes. If you
want to use the existing message, select
rec. message: nO. Press OK to confirm.
c Follow the process described above from
paragraph 7.
Recording a
You can record a telephone conversation with
your fax machine.
1 Press REC during a telephone conversation.
2 To stop recording, replace handset or press
3 The recorded conversation can be played back
and deleted like any recorded message.
You can not record a telephone conversation
while hands-free operation is activated.
VIP code
Ringing despite answering machine
Persons you had given this code, can make the
telephone ring after the answering machine has
taken the call. This is useful if both ring counts in
function 31 and 32 have been set to 0.
1 To enter the code select MENU, 53 and
press OK. Enter a four digit code. Confirm
with OK.
2 This code must not be identical with the access code (function 52).
External memo
You can record a message which the caller can
hear without being able to leave a message in
return. For this the answering machine must be
switched on.
1 Select MENU, 54 and press OK. Choose
the external memo mode by pressing u.
Confirm with OK (if you already have recorded a memo you want to use again, just
press OK once more).
2 Press REC and wait for the confirmation
tone. Start to speak. Press STOP when
you are finished. The message will be played
Answering machine
Forwarding messages
Answering machine
Internal memo
You can record a personal message with this
function. Messages can be heard on the fax
machine itself or by remote control from a telephone. Briefly press REC twice and wait for the
confirmation tone. Record the desired message.
A black bar on the display indicates the remaining
recording time. To end recording press STOP.
Internal memos can be played back and deleted
like any other message.
2 Enter the four-digit code. The outgoing message will be interrupted and you will hear a
confirmation tone. The new messages will be
played back. If no new messages have been
recorded, you will hear a second confirmation
3 Then you can enter commands as usual or
terminate the remote control by replacing the
Overview of commands
Remote control
1 The message you are just listening to will be
You can also control the answering machine
functions on your fax from any telephone using
tone dialling. Before you can use remote control
you have to enter an access code in function 52
(this code will also be used for function 55 Forwarding).
2 Your messages will be played back.
Preparing your fax machine for remote
1 Select MENU, 52 and OK.
2 Enter a four digit code.
3 Press OK. The code is now stored.
Remote access of the answering
1 If you want to listen to the messages recorded
from another telephone, call your fax machine
and wait for the answering machine to play
the message.
3 Move to the next message.
4 Record a new outgoing message. Press 4.
If you press 4 again after two confirmation
tones, you will hear a long confirmation tone.
Record the new outgoing message and finish
with 4.
5 The current outgoing message will be replayed.
6 The current message will be deleted. If you
press 6 after having listened to all messages,
all messages will be deleted.
In both cases you will hear a confirmation
tone after the first time you press the key.
Press 6 again within five seconds to execute
the deleting command.
7 Switch answering machine off.
8 The current command will be interrupted.
9 Switch answering machine on.
5 Close the panel so that it also clicks into
Delivery service
You can order inkfilms and cleaning accessories
at your local dealer or directly from PHILIPS
(free delivery) on Freefone 0800 358 08 07 (United Kingdom).
Paper jam
1 The display shows Paper jam.
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
6 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
Document jam
1 Open the paper feed flap and carefully pull
out the paper. Close the flap again.
3 Carefully remove the paper.
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
4 Turn small roll forward to tension the ink film.
Make sure that the ink film is not creased.
Hints and Tips
Hints and Tips
3 Open the scanner cover by pressing the two
lugs in. The cover will open downwards.
Hints and Tips
4 Carefully remove the document either from
the front or the back.
When you answer a call on the fax machine and
recognise that it is a fax (you hear a beep or no
sound), press START and hang up. The fax will
be received.
When you answer using an additional phone and
it turns out to be a fax, you can start the fax reception by pressing *5 and then hang up. The
fax machine will receive the fax.
Interrupt ringing
5 Close the scanner cover on the left and right,
making sure it clicks into place.
When you answer on an additional phone and the
fax machine continues to ring, this means that the
extension phone is connected in parallel. You can
interrupt the ringing of the fax machine by pressing **.
Changing codes
Select function 34 by pressing MENU, 34,
and then OK. Enter two different codes and
confirm each code with OK. Each code should
begin with * or #.
6 Close the panel so that it also clicks into
Please note that the three Easylink codes must
be different. Otherwise on the display appears:
v Only change the specified codes *5 and
** if absolutely necessary!!
Service code
7 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
Easylink is used in conjunction with additional
devices connected to the same telephone line
(e.g. cordless phones). However, the additional
phone must be set to dual-tone multi-frequency
method. If your telephone connection requires
the pulse dialling method, then you would need
to briefly reset your additional device to use it.
For more information about this, please see the
user manual for your device.
Starting fax reception
Function 45 (Service code) is used to delete some
or all of your changes to the factory settings. This
function enables you to partially or fully reconfigure your device. It is especially helpful if you have
modified settings but find that your fax machine
does not respond as expected.
v Only use this function when absolutely
If you are satisfied with your changes to the factory settings you should not use this function.
After deleting some or all of your custom settings
please rerun Easy Install.
The following codes are at your disposal:
Code No. 7117
This code erases all your modifications to the factory settings. The fax machine will therefore react
in exactly the same way as on first installation.
When you enter this code, all your entered settings and data will be erased, except for:
received fax messages
Stored SMS messages
stored short dial numbers
stored telephone book numbers
your name
your telephone number
Example for using a service code:
2 Open the operation panel by lifting in the
middle. When you hear a soft click, the panel
is engaged.
3 Open the scanner cover by pressing the two
lugs in. The cover will open downwards.
1 Select MENU, 45 and press OK. Enter
the service code (7117 or 7140). Press OK.
2 With u you can select whether you really
want to delete your settings. Confirm with
OK. Your fax machine will be reset to its
original configuration.
Before opening the fax machine, make sure that
you are electrically discharged by e.g. touching the
metal housing of a grounded appliance, a water
pipe or radiator.
4 Use a soft cloth to gently wipe the scanner
glass on the top (A) and the white strips on
the bottom (B).
Use a soft, fluff-free cloth lightly moistened with
a little alcohol (96%). You can also use a special
cloth for cleaning fax machines (see Delivery
Service). Do not allow any moisture to penetrate
inside the device.
Clean the scanner glass
1 Open the paper feed flap and carefully pull
out the paper. Close the flap again.
5 Close the scanner cover on the left and right,
making sure it clicks into place.
Hints and Tips
Code No. 7140
Hints and Tips
6 Close the panel so that it also clicks into
7 Insert paper (see Installation / Loading paper).
If you cannot fix the problem based on the instructions below, you should proceed as follows:
1 Disconnect the mains.
2 Wait at least ten seconds and reconnect.
3 If the fault reoccurs, please contact your customer information center.
Change the resolution setting to F or f.
Check the document or set a higher contrast with
function 47 (see chapter Fax & Copy / Contrast).
Test the fax machine by making a copy. If your
copy is faultless the correspondent’s fax machine
might be defective.
Call service if necessary.
Your fax or your recipient’s fax machine produces Clean the scanner with a cloth (see Care and mainblack lines when printing.
Test the fax machine by making a copy. If your
copy is faultless the correspondent’s fax machine
might be defective.
Copy is blank..
Call service if necessary.
Load the document with the printed side up.
Call service if necessary.
Problems with the connection
Your fax machine rings once, then there is a mo- This is entirely normal. After the first ring signal
ment of silence and another ring signal after that. the fax machine takes over the call. When the fax
machine has recognised that the incoming call is
a telephone correspondence, the fax machine will
continue to ring.
Try later or draw your fax partner’s attention to a
possible installation fault.
Check the installation of your fax machine.
When you lift the receiver of your fax machine Connect your telephone cable to the socket on
you do not hear the dial tone. The display shows: the bottom of your fax machine identified with
Try to send the fax manually: Press l/DIAL
and dial the fax number. If the recipient is usor
ing an automatic answering device, wait until you
fax transmissions are constantly interrupted.
hear a tone after the pre-recorded message. Press
You cannot receive any faxes.
Set the number of ringing signals for the answering machine or the total number of ringing signals
with function 31 or 32 to lower than five.
On lifting the handset you hear a tone or silence. You are receiving a fax. At the fax machine: Press
START . At an additional telephone: press *
and 5. Replace the handset.
This is not a fault. You are now using an additional
The red lamp flashes v.
Problems when faxing or printing
Faxes are of poor quality.
To print a list of functions, press MENU three
11 Set language.................................................... 12
(select the language of the display text)
12 Set time/date.................................................. 11
(setting time and date)
34 Easylink........................................................... 30
(codes for use with additional telephones)
35 Ringer types.................................................... 12
(selection between ten ringer types)
41 Send SMS * .................................................... 24
(Sending SMS messages)
42 View SMS * .................................................... 23
(Reading SMS messages)
13 Your telephone number ............................... 11
(enter your telephone number)
43 Print SMS * .................................................... 24
(Printing SMS messages)
14 Your name ...................................................... 11
(enter your name)
44 Dialling list ..................................................... 17
(print out of stored names and numbers)
15 Line type ......................................................... 10
(setting the private branch exchange)
45 Service code .............................................25, 31
(deleting personal settings)
17 SMS-settings *................................................ 23
Setting the basic SMS functions
46 Group........................................................17, 19
(Saving different phone numbers as a group)
21 Transmission speed/overseas function .... 20
(setting for half-speed transmission)
22 Polled reception............................................. 20
(you can call up fax messages)
23 Polling send .................................................... 21
(your fax message can be fetched)
24 Send later ........................................................ 21
(faxes will be sent later)
25 Broadcast ........................................................ 19
(same fax will be sent to more than one
27 Fax journal...................................................... 20
(log of the last ten fax documents received
and sent)
28 Transmission report...................................... 20
(automatic print out of transmission protocols)
29 Size compression........................................... 20
(size compression of received fax messages)
Fax switch
31 Day ............................................................13, 14
(setting the DAY operating mode S)
32 Night .........................................................13, 14
(setting the NIGHT operating mode M)
33 Timer............................................................... 13
(setting the TIMER operating mode U)
47 Set contrast..................................................... 19
(setting of contrast for copy / fax transmission)
Answering machine (only with built-in
answering device)
51 Recording time............................................... 26
(setting for recording duration of calls)
52 Access code.................................................... 28
(setting the code for the remote control of the
answering machine and for message forwarding)
53 VIP code......................................................... 27
authorised callers can override the answering
54 Memo mode................................................... 27
(message for the caller without the possibility
to leave a message)
55 Forwarding ..................................................... 27
(messages forwarded to another telephone
only with SMS-functionality
Connection type:
TU Group 3
outside line (PSTN)/
Flash times:
extension (PABX)
outside line (PSTN):
100 ms
Document size
Printing paper:
Contrast control
Data compression
Transmission speeds
Power consumption
several sheets
148–217 mm
single sheet:
100–600 mm
several sheets:
148–297 mm
single sheet:
0,06–0,15 mm
several sheets:
0,08–0,12 mm
A4 210 x 297 mm, 80
216 ± 1 mm
FINE 7.7 lines/mm
16 grey tones
64 grey tones (only
with built-in answering
automatic and manual
V29bis, V27ter, V21,
14k4 (only with built-in
answering device) 9600/
SMS storage capacity
30 received messages
Noise level
on standby: < 30 dBA
Printing method
Document feed
copying: < 53 dBA
ink film printer
up to 10 letters
(80 g/m²)
318x202x146 mm
(without paper tray)
about 3 kg
stand by: about 2 W
telephoning: about 4 W
sending a standard
letter < 20 W
extension (PABX):
100 ms
single sheet:
148–217 mm
Largest scanning
Resolution horizontal: 8 points/mm (200 dpi)
Resolution vertical:
standard 3.85 lines/mm
PHOTO mode
Fax switch
Power supply
Speech recording
Allowed operating
environment in use:
environment in
unplugged status
(ready for operation
with loaded ink film
and paper):
receiving a standard
letter < 30 W
220–240 V / 50–60 Hz
up to 30 Minuten (with
built-in answering
temperature: 5–40 °C,
relative humidity: 15–85
% RH not condensing
temperature: 17–28 °C,
relative humidity: 20–80
% RH, not condensing
temperature: 0–45 ° C,
relative humidity: 15–85
% RH not condensing
Technical data
emission corresponding
to EN 55022/VDE
0878 Part 1 Class B
(UK Terms and Conditions)
At the beginning of April 2002, SAGEM SA
bought the PHILIPS fax business unit. SAGEM
SA is now the European Number 1 in fax and
offers a complete range of fax terminals with Internet access and SMS function, multifunctional
terminals and servers covering the needs of all
its customers - from home-users to multinational
In order to apply the guarantee, you should
contact your dealer. Proof of purchase will be
required. Should malfunctioning arise, the dealer
will advise you what to do.
If you bought your equipment from SAGEM
Communication Austria GmbH directly, the following shall apply:
A SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH undertakes to remedy by repair, free of charge for
labour and replacement parts, any defects in the
equipment during a period of twelve (12) months
from the date of original delivery of the Equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty
During this twelve month guarantee period, the
defective equipment will be repaired free of
charge; the customer must however return the
defective equipment at his/her own expense,
to the address given by SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH After Sales Department, the
phone number of which can be found on the
delivery slip. Unless the customer has concluded
with SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH a
maintenance contract in respect of the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be
carried out at the customer‘s premises, the repairs
will not be carried out on the equipment at the
customer‘s premises.
wear and tear from normal daily use of the
equipment and its accessories
damage due to insufficient or bad packaging
of equipment when returned to SAGEM
Communication Austria GmbH
supply of new versions of software
work on any equipment or software modified
or added without the prior written consent of
SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH
malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from software installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment,
communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including:
- problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet such as interruptions by
access networks or malfunction of the line
used by the subscriber or his correspondent
The following sentence applies to purchases of
equipment for the customer‘s trade, business or
profession. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Document and to the extent permitted by law, SAGEM Communication Austria
GmbH makes no representations or warranties,
express or implied, statutory or otherwise, and to
such extent, all terms and conditions implied by
law are hereby excluded.
This guarantee does not affect the Customer‘s
statutory rights.
B Exclusions From Guarantee
SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH shall
have no liability under the guarantee in respect
damage, defects breakdown or malfunction
due to:
- failure to properly follow the installation
process and instructions for use; or
- an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to, lightening, fire, shock
or water damage of any nature); or
- modifications made without the written approval of SAGEM Communication Austria
GmbH; or
- a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate maintenance; or
- unsuitable operating conditions, particularly
of temperature and humidity; or
- repair or maintenance of the equipment by
persons not authorised by SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH; or
- transmission faults (for example poor geographical coverage by radio transmitters, interference or poor line quality)
- the local network fault (wiring, servers,
workstations) or the failure of the transmission network
the normal servicing (as defined in the user
guide supplied with the equipment) as well
as malfunctioning due to servicing not being
carried out, servicing costs are in any event
always borne by the customer.
C In the cases set forth in § B as well as after
expiry of the twelve month guarantee period,
the customer must ask SAGEM Communication
Austria GmbH for an estimate, and he/she must
accept the estimate and agree to pay the charges
mentioned in it before returning the equipment
to SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH. The
repair and delivery costs will be invoiced to the
The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed
in writing with the customer and only for the UK.
If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to
be in whole or in part invalid or illegal due to an
obligatory rule applicable to consumers pursuant
to their national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or affect the remaining
provisions or parts of this guarantee.
Please note that only Philips ink cartridges should
be used. Your Philips guarantee does not cover
damage to your fax machine that may be caused
by the use of any other ink cartridges.
Activate built-in answering machine 26
Additional devices 9
Answering machine
built-in 26
external 14
Appendix 34
Functionlist 34
Guarantee 35
Technical data 35
Basic settings
Correction 11
Display language
Function list 34
Help function 11
Ring signal type 12
Time and date 11
Volume 12
Your name 11
Your number 11
Broadcast 19
Built-in answering
machine 26
Controls 3
Day/night mode
Deleting messages
Display symbol 2
Duration of recording 26
Economy operating
mode 14
Forwarding messages 27
Function list 34
Hands-free operation 17
Listening to messages 26
Memo 27
Play back volume
Recording a conversation 27
Recording a message 26
Remote control 28
Switching on and
off 26
VIP code 27
Calling line identification 17
Care 31
Characters 11
Clean the scanner glass
Easylink 30
For polling 20
For remote control
of built-in answering machine 28
Service Codes 30
To forward messages 27
VIP 27
Connection 6
Additional devices
Private branch
exchange 10
Problems with the
connection 33
Telephone socket 6
Contrast 19
Copy 21
Key 3
Short dial entry 16
Telephone book
entry 17
Creating groups 17
C key 3
Day 13
Display symbol 2
Deactivate built-in answering machine 26
built-in answering
machine messages
Entry from a group
Short dial entry 16
SMS messages 24
Telephone book
entry 17
Delivery service 29
Description of machine 2
Dial key 3
Hands-free operation 17
Speaker 12
Disable SMS reception 25
Language 12
Symbols 2
Broadcast 19
Copy 21
Document jam 29
Feeding in 18
Polled reception 20
Send later 21
Technical data 35
Duration of recording 26
Easylink 30
Easy Install 10
Economy operating
mode 14
Correct short dial
Correct telephone
book 17
Delete group entry
Delete short dial 16
Delete telephone
book 17
Store short dial 16
Store telephone
book 16
Error report 20
External answering
machine 14
Set day/night mode
External memo 27
Fax 18
Broadcast 19
Contrast 19
Copy 21
Fax journal 20
Fax reception 18
Fax reception with
Easylink 30
Feeding documents
in 18
Function list 34
Image quality 19
Manual fax reception 14
Polled reception 20
Problems when faxing 33
Sending faxes 18
Send later 21
Silent fax reception 14
Size compression
Transmission and
error reports 20
Transmission speed
Fax switch 13
Function list 34
Set day/night mode
Special settings 14
Timer 13
Feeding documents
in 18
Fine mode
Copy 21
Display symbol 2
Image quality 19
Key 3
Technical data 35
Flash times 35
Forwarding messages
Function list 34
Printout 11, 34
Group 17
Broadcasting to a
group 19
Guarantee 35
Hands-free 17
Key 3
Handset 6
Easy Install 10
Function 11
Key 3
Hints and tips 29
Care 31
Delivery service 29
Document jam 29
Easylink 30
Paper jam 29
Service code 30
Troubleshooting 32
Image quality 19
Ink film
Display symbol 2
Load 7
Remove 7
Installation 6
Additional devices
Connection 6
Handset 6
Making a call 16
Manual fax reception
Memo 27
External memo 27
Internal memo 28
Deleting SMS messages 24
Display symbol 2
Fax reception without paper 19
Menu key 3
Packaging 6
Fax reception without paper 19
Load 8
Paper jam 29
Remove 9
Technical data 35
Photo mode
Copy 21
Display symbol 2
Image quality 19
Key 3
Technical data 35
Play back volume 26
Play key 3
Operation panel 3
Polled reception 20
Quick polling 20
send 20
with code 20
Power supply 7
Technical data 35
Easy Install 10
Fax journal 20
Function list 11
Help page 11
List of numbers 17
Problems 33
SMS messages 24
Transmission and
error report 20
Private branch exchange 10
when faxing or
printing 33
with the connection 33
Correction 11
Enter your name
Night 13
Display symbol 2
Correction 11
Enter your number
List of numbers 17
Store 16
Quick polling 20
Document jam 29
Paper jam 29
Keys 3, 11
Display 12
Listening to messages
List of numbers 17
Ink film 7
Paper 8
OK key 3
On/Off key 3
Receive faxes 18
On an extension
phone 18
Without paper 19
A conversation 27
A message 26
Duration 26
Rec key 3
Redial 16
Key 3
Red lamp 3
Remote control for
built-in answering machine 28
Ink film 7
Paper 9
Display symbols 2
Image quality 19
Key 3
Technical data 35
Ringer 12
Ring signal type 12
R key 3
Same socket 9
Searching groups 17
a fax 18
later 21
SMS messages 24
Separate sockets 10
Service code 30
Set day/night mode 13
Short dial 16
Key 3
fax reception 14
operation 14
Size compression 20
SMS 23
Deleting 24
Disable reception
Display symbol 2
Function list 34
Key 3
Printing 24
Sending 24
Speaker 12
Special fax switch settings 14
Start key 3
Stop key 3
Short dial entry 16
Telephone book
entry 16
Switching answering
machine on and off 26
Making a call 16
Redial 16
Short dial 16
Telephone book 16
Telephone book 16
Key 3
Telephone socket
Additional devices
Fax machine 6
Timer 13
Display symbol 2
Time and date 11
Tips and hints 29
Care 31
Delivery service 29
Document jam 29
Easylink 30
Paper jam 29
Service code 30
Troubleshooting 32
report 20
speed 20
Troubleshooting 32
ISDN connection
Loading paper 8
Packaging 6
Power supply 7
Private branch
exchange 10
Telephone socket 6
Internal memo 28
ISDN connection 10
Short dial directory
Telephone book 16
VIP code 27
of play back messages 26
of the ringer 12
of the speaker 12
Technical data 35
Telephone 16
Calling line identification 17
Group 17
Hands-free operation 17
List of numbers 17
The CE mark confirms that the machine corresponds to
the relevant guidelines of the European Union.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Hereby, SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH,
declares that this PHILIPS PPF 531/571/575 is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
United Kingdom
Tel.: 0870 1243 737
Fax: 0870 1240 202
Should you require a copy of the original DoC, please
visit our web site.
This product is intended for use on an analogue public
switched network (PSTN) and for use in the country indicated on the label of the box. The usage in other countries could cause malfunction.
For further information please contact your national
technical support centre. Initially contact your dealer if
problems occur during operation.
This operation manual has been printed on chlorine-free,
recycled paper, in line with the highest standards of environmental friendliness.
The used cardboard packaging as well as the cardboard
protecting your facility at its sides made of waste paper
can be recycled like waste paper; corresponding to your
country’s demands dispose the plastic foils either for recycling or with your rubbish.
This electronic facility contains recyclable material. At the
end of use of this facility please inform yourself about
the corresponding recycling demands of your country.
Technical changes and errors excepted.
Copyright© 2003 SAGEM Communication Austria
abc5103 506 1944.1
M3 PPF 531/571/575
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