Alliance Laundry Systems SWD447C Washer/Dryer User Manual

XEROX
WorkCentre Pro 665, 685, 765, 785
System Administrator’s Guide
Xerox Limited,
Global knowledge and Language Services,
Enterprise Centre,
Bessemer Road,
WELWYN GARDEN CITY,
AL7 1HL
United Kingdom
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction ............................................................................1-1
Finding Information in the System Administrator’s Guide (SAG)................1-1
Information provided by the User’s Guide ..................................................1-3
Document Conventions ..............................................................................1-5
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings..................................................................1-6
Chapter 2 Programming the Machine....................................................2-1
Using the Menu Mode ...............................................................................2-1
Keys used in Menu Mode Operation ..................................................2-2
Menu Flow Map .................................................................................2-4
Character Entries........................................................................................2-7
Keys used to Enter Characters...........................................................2-7
Character Code Table ........................................................................2-8
Entering Characters............................................................................2-9
Correcting Characters ........................................................................2-9
Deleting or Inserting Characters...............................................2-10
Direct Access Function Keys....................................................................2-11
Setting Up the Phonebook........................................................................2-13
Planning the Phonebook ..................................................................2-13
Pre-setting Speed Dial Numbers ......................................................2-14
Modifying or Deleting Speed Dial Numbers......................................2-21
Pre-setting One Touch Numbers ......................................................2-22
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Modifying or Deleting One Touch Dial Numbers .............................. 2-28
Pre-setting Group Numbers ............................................................2-29
Programming Group Send ............................................................... 2-31
Deleting or Modifying a Group Number.................................... 2-32
Filling out the One Touch Label................................................ 2-33
Setting the Department Codes ................................................................. 2-34
To setup Department Codes ............................................................2-34
Changing the Department Code Settings.........................................2-38
Setting the Machine Default Settings .......................................................2-40
Error Correct - ECM Default Setting................................................. 2-40
Long Original Setting........................................................................ 2-41
Bypass Tray Paper Size Setting............................................................... 2-42
Redial Count and Interval Setting* ................................................... 2-43
Receive Interval................................................................................ 2-45
Resolution and Contrast Setting.......................................................2-46
Power Saver Setting......................................................................... 2-48
Print Density ..................................................................................... 2-50
Refuse Junk Mail Setting.................................................................. 2-51
Ringer Volume Setting .....................................................................2-52
Alarm Volume Setting....................................................................... 2-53
Key Touch Volume Setting............................................................... 2-54
Monitor Volume Setting .................................................................... 2-55
Send After Scan Default Setting.......................................................2-56
Remote Service Setting.................................................................... 2-57
Remote Access ........................................................................ 2-57
Download ......................................................................................... 2-58
RDC Password................................................................................. 2-59
Supplies Order ................................................................................. 2-60
Separator Page Default Setting........................................................ 2-61
Line Monitor Default Setting ............................................................. 2-63
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Chapter 3 Receiving Documents ............................................................3-1
Basic Receive.............................................................................................3-2
Setting the Answer Mode (Line 1) ......................................................3-2
Setting the Answer Mode (Line 2) ......................................................3-3
Auto Receive ......................................................................................3-5
Manual Receive..................................................................................3-5
Advanced Receive......................................................................................3-6
Collate Fax .........................................................................................3-6
Reduce Incoming Fax Setting ............................................................3-7
Receive to Memory.............................................................................3-8
Secure Receive ..................................................................................3-9
Automatic Secure Receive Setup...............................................3-9
Manual Secure Receive ...........................................................3-13
Printing the Stored Document in Secure Receive Mode ..........3-14
Discard Extra Setting* ......................................................................3-15
Chapter 4 Dialing Methods ......................................................................4-1
Dialing Methods..........................................................................................4-1
Manual Dial (On-hook and Off-hook Dialing)......................................4-2
Alpha Dialing ......................................................................................4-4
Speed Dialing .....................................................................................4-6
One Touch Dialing..............................................................................4-7
Keypad Dialing ...................................................................................4-8
Automatic Redialing* ..........................................................................4-9
Manual Redial Last Number (Off-hook)..............................................4-9
Manual Redial Last 5 Numbers (On-hook)*......................................4-10
Chain Dialing ....................................................................................4-11
Charge Card Transmissions.....................................................4-12
* Not available in all markets.
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Manual Group Dialing....................................................................... 4-13
Chapter 5 Transmitting Documents ....................................................... 5-1
Memory Send or Direct Send Default Mode............................................... 5-3
Memory Send ............................................................................................ 5-4
Direct Send ................................................................................................ 5-6
Direct Send with Memory Send Selected ........................................... 5-7
Manual Send .............................................................................................. 5-8
Delayed Start.............................................................................................. 5-8
Priority Transmission.................................................................................. 5-9
Line Selection........................................................................................... 5-10
Charge Codes .......................................................................................... 5-11
Cover Sheet ............................................................................................. 5-12
Cover Sheet Setup ........................................................................... 5-13
Sending a Document with a Cover Sheet ........................................ 5-14
Batching ................................................................................................... 5-16
Confirming a Transmission....................................................................... 5-17
One Time Fax Options ............................................................................. 5-18
Number of Pages ............................................................................. 5-19
Listen to Dial..................................................................................... 5-20
Send then Poll .................................................................................. 5-21
ECM Disable .................................................................................... 5-23
Secure Send Transmission ............................................................. 5-24
Send After Scan Enable ................................................................... 5-25
Advanced Transmissions ......................................................................... 5-27
Using an Account Code.................................................................... 5-27
Account Code Default Setting .......................................................... 5-28
Transmitting Using a Department Code ........................................... 5-29
Resend Stored Fax Default Setting.................................................. 5-30
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Resending a Stored Fax...........................................................5-31
Secure Send Setting.........................................................................5-33
ITU-T Relay Communications ..................................................................5-34
ITU-T Relay Transmission................................................................5-34
Presetting ITU-T Relay Box ..............................................................5-37
Deleting a Relay Box ........................................................................5-41
Chapter 6 Cancelling Jobs ......................................................................6-1
Stop Key .....................................................................................................6-1
Job Status Key ...........................................................................................6-1
Cancel Job Key ..........................................................................................6-2
Direct Send Jobs ........................................................................................6-5
Chapter 7 Polling ......................................................................................7-1
Polling Communications .............................................................................7-1
Storing a Document to be Polled........................................................7-2
Storing a Document to be Polled in a Poll-once Box..................7-3
Storing a Document to be Polled in a Multi-poll Box ..................7-5
Cancelling Documents Stored in a Polling Box ..........................7-6
Modifying Documents Stored in a Polling Box............................7-6
Polling a Remote Document (Poll-once or Multi-poll Box)..................7-8
Group Polling......................................................................................7-9
Continuous Polling* ..........................................................................7-11
Deleting Continuous Poll Jobs .................................................7-13
Chapter 8 Mailbox Communications ......................................................8-1
Mailbox ITU-T Communications .................................................................8-1
Local Mailbox (ITU-T) .........................................................................8-2
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Creating an ITU-T Mailbox ......................................................... 8-2
Deleting an ITU-T Mailbox ......................................................... 8-4
Storing a Document in a Local ITU-T Mailbox ........................... 8-5
Printing a Document Stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox ............... 8-7
Deleting a Document Stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox ............. 8-9
Remote ITU-T Mailbox .....................................................................8-10
Sending to a Remote ITU-T Mailbox........................................ 8-10
Polling a Remote ITU-T Mailbox ..............................................8-13
Attaching an ITU-T Sub Address...................................................... 8-15
Transmitting a Document to an ITU-T Sub Address ................ 8-16
Polling a Document Using a Sub Address ............................... 8-17
Chapter 9 Reports .................................................................................... 9-1
Setting Up Reports and Lists...................................................................... 9-1
Activity Report Setup.......................................................................... 9-2
Confirmation Report Setup................................................................. 9-5
Confirmation Report ................................................................... 9-6
Confirmation Report - Memory Send ......................................... 9-7
Group Send Report .................................................................... 9-9
Group Poll Report .................................................................... 9-11
Relay Originator Report ........................................................... 9-12
Relay Station Report ................................................................ 9-14
Relay Destination Report ......................................................... 9-16
Confirmation Report Override .......................................................... 9-18
Reception Report Setup ................................................................... 9-19
Printing Reports and Lists ........................................................................ 9-21
Activity Report .................................................................................. 9-21
ITU-T Mailbox Report ....................................................................... 9-22
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Pending Jobs Report ........................................................................9-23
Department Code Report .................................................................9-24
Power Failure List.............................................................................9-25
Menu Map.........................................................................................9-26
Settings Report.................................................................................9-27
Chapter 10 Copying Documents ..........................................................10-1
Making Copies..........................................................................................10-1
Chapter 11 Scan Functionality ..............................................................11-1
Chapter 12 PCL Printing Functionality.................................................12-1
Chapter 13 Network Functionality ........................................................13-1
Chapter 14 Internet FAX Functionality .................................................14-1
Chapter 15 Using the ControlCentre ....................................................15-1
Setting up the WorkCentre .......................................................................15-2
Setting the Machine Defaults............................................................15-2
Setting up the Telephone Lines........................................................15-3
Using the Power Save features ........................................................15-4
Setting the PC’s Date and Time on the WorkCentre ........................15-5
Changing Your ControlCentre Password .........................................15-5
Setting the Fax Send Options...................................................................15-6
Setting the Cover Sheet and Send Header Options .........................15-6
Choosing How to Send Faxes ..........................................................15-6
Sending Faxes Using Security .........................................................15-7
Setting the Redial Options................................................................15-7
Faxing Long Originals.......................................................................15-8
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Setting the Fax Receive Options.............................................................. 15-9
Setting the Receive Footer Option ................................................... 15-9
Receiving Faxes when the Printer is Unavailable ............................ 15-9
Receiving Secure Faxes .................................................................. 15-9
Setting the Receive Interval ........................................................... 15-10
Receiving Faxes from the Fax Numbers Assigned to Your Phonebook Only
15-11
Collating and Reducing Incoming Faxes ........................................ 15-11
Receiving Oversized Faxes............................................................ 15-11
Receiving Faxes to Your PC ..........................................................15-12
Setting up a Phonebook ......................................................................... 15-12
Assigning an Individual Fax Number to a One Touch Key ............. 15-12
Assigning a Speed Dial or Group Dial Number to a One Touch Key15-14
Editing a One Touch Key Entry ...................................................... 15-14
Deleting One Touch Key Entries .................................................... 15-15
Presetting a Speed Dial Number.................................................... 15-15
Editing a Speed Dial Number ......................................................... 15-16
Deleting Speed Dial Numbers ........................................................ 15-17
Presetting a Group Dial Number .................................................... 15-17
Editing a Group Dial Number ......................................................... 15-18
Deleting Group Dial Numbers ........................................................ 15-18
Saving a Phonebook to Your PC.................................................... 15-19
Opening a Phonebook File............................................................. 15-19
Creating Mailboxes.................................................................................15-20
Creating a Mailbox ......................................................................... 15-20
Editing a Mailbox ............................................................................ 15-21
Deleting a Mailbox.......................................................................... 15-22
Using Department Codes ....................................................................... 15-22
Setting up Department Codes ........................................................ 15-22
Changing a Department Code........................................................ 15-23
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Deleting a Department Code ..........................................................15-23
Printing Reports......................................................................................15-24
Activity Report Setup ......................................................................15-24
Confirmation Reports Setup ...........................................................15-24
Reception Reports Setup ...............................................................15-25
Printing the Settings Report............................................................15-25
Saving the WorkCentre Settings ............................................................15-26
Saving WorkCentre Settings to a File.............................................15-26
Opening a Saved WorkCentre Settings File...................................15-26
Creating a New WorkCentre Settings File......................................15-26
Enabling Xerox personnel to perform remote tests ................................15-27
Setting up automatic supply ordering .....................................................15-27
Firmware Download................................................................................15-28
Chapter 16 Troubleshooting..................................................................16-1
Self Test ...................................................................................................16-1
Calling for Service ....................................................................................16-3
Error Messages and Codes......................................................................16-3
Error Codes ..............................................................................................16-6
Device Error Codes ..................................................................................16-8
Paper Jam ................................................................................................16-9
Document Jam .......................................................................................16-15
Status Code Table..........................................................................16-18
Transmission Problems ..........................................................................16-19
Reception Problems ...............................................................................16-20
Image Quality .........................................................................................16-21
Problems with envelopes........................................................................16-21
Communications failure ..........................................................................16-21
Appendix A Ordering Supplies .............................................................. A-1
* Not available in all markets.
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Ordering Supplies...................................................................................... A-1
Ordering Supplies Automatically ............................................................... A-2
Setting-up Automatic Supplies Ordering ........................................... A-2
Setting up the destination.......................................................... A-2
Entering the part details ............................................................ A-4
Entering ordering details ........................................................... A-6
Printing the order form .............................................................. A-8
Appendix B Maintaining the Product .................................................... B-1
Replacing the Paper.......................................................................... B-1
Replacing the Toner Cartridge and Fuser Cleaner ........................... B-4
Replacing the Drum Unit ................................................................. B-15
Cleaning the Machine.............................................................................. B-20
Cleaning the Cabinet and Ozone Filter ........................................... B-20
Cleaning the Document Scanner .................................................... B-21
Cleaning the Developer Assembly and the Surrounding Parts ....... B-23
Cleaning the Charger Wire and the Laser Beam Window ...... B-31
Cleaning the Components as Needed .................................... B-38
Installing the maintenance kit .................................................................. B-46
Appendix C Product Data Sheet ............................................................ C-1
Appendix D Safety Certification and Environmental Compliance ...... D-1
Laser Safety Information ................................................................... D-3
Third Party Certification..................................................................... D-4
Radio Frequency Emissions USA ..................................................... D-4
Unique European Certification .................................................................. D-5
Approvals and Certification ............................................................... D-5
UK Electricity at Work Regulation ..................................................... D-6
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Environmental Compliance........................................................................ D-9
ENERGY STAR® .............................................................................. D-9
Environmental ChoiceM .................................................................... D-9
SWISS ENERGY 2000...................................................................... D-9
Telecommunications Requirements ........................................................ D-10
European Fax Approvals and Certification ...................................... D-10
FCC Regulations ............................................................................. D-11
Send Header Requirements .................................................... D-11
Data Coupler Information ........................................................ D-11
Canadian Certification ..................................................................... D-13
* Not available in all markets.
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Introduction
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Xerox WorkCentre Pro. The
WorkCentre is designed for ease of use, but to use your machine to
its fullest potential, take some time to read the Documentation.
You will be ready to send and receive faxes and make copies with
your machine as soon as you have read the User Guide. You can
then refer to topics in this System Administrator’s Guide as needed.
Finding Information in the System Administrator’s Guide (SAG)
The System Administrator’s Guide contains the following sections:
Table of Contents
Use the Table of Contents to find topics easily.
Introduction - Chapter 1
Describes the information in this User’s Guide and System
Administrator’s Guide.
Programming the Machine - Chapter 2
Describes Menu Mode operation and the steps required to enter
information when programming the machine. Instructions for storing
frequently dialed numbers are also provided.
Receiving Documents - Chapter 3
Describes the Receive functions and instructs how to perform each
function.
Dialing Methods - Chapter 4
Describes the Dialing methods and instructs how to use each
method.
Transmitting Documents - Chapter 5
Describes the Transmit functions and instructs how to perform each
function.
Cancelling Jobs - Chapter 6
Provides the instructions for cancelling the various types of jobs.
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Polling - Chapter 7
Describes the Polling functions and instructs how to perform each
function.
Mailbox Communications - Chapter 8
Describes both the Xerox Mailbox system and the standard ITU-T
Mailbox system and instructs how to use the mailbox functions for
each system.
Reports - Chapter 9
Describes the reports and lists and instructs how to setup or print
each report.
Copying Documents - Chapter 10
Describes the Copy functions and instructs how to perform each
function.
Scan Functionality - Chapter 11
Describes the TWAIN settings.
PCL Printing Functionality - Chapter 12
This option will be made available soon.
Network Functionality - Chapter 13
This option will be made available soon.
Internet FAX Functionality - Chapter 14
This option will be made available soon.
Control Centre and Web Control Centre - Chapter 15
Describes how to use Control Centre and Web Control Centre
software to set up the WorkCentre
Troubleshooting - Chapter 16
Guides the user through problem solving and provides a list of error
codes, messages, and recommended corrective actions.
Ordering Supplies - Appendix A
Provides contact addresses and telephone numbers for ordering
consumable supplies.
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Maintaining the Product - Appendix B
Provides procedures to clean and maintain the machine. Includes
detailed procedures for replacing the consumables.
Product Data Sheet - Appendix C
Environmental Specifications - Appendix D
Provides the safety, data coupler, and Canadian certification
information.
Index
Refer to the Index to locate specific information.
Information provided by the User’s Guide
In addition, the User’s Guide contains the following sections:
Table of Contents
Use the Table of Contents to find topics easily.
Introduction - Chapter 1
Describes the information in this User’s Guide and System
Administrator’s Guide.
Machine Requirements - Chapter 2
Describes the system and space requirements.
Machine Overview - Chapter 3
Describes the system and hardware features of the machine and
provides an overview of how the machine operates. Each key on the
Control Panel is described.
Getting Started - Chapter 4
Includes the procedures for setting up the basic machine information
such as date, time, language, machine ID, send header and receive
footer. Simple instructions to send, receive, print, and copy are also
provided.
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Basic Troubleshooting - Chapter 5
Guides the user through problem solving, and recommended
corrective actions.
Environment Specifications - A
Provides the safety, data coupler, and Canadian certification
information.
Index
Refer to the Index to locate specific information.
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Document Conventions
A document convention is simply a way of presenting information.
This section explains the conventions used in the WorkCentre Pro
User’s Guide.
Many procedures require you to press a key to perform a function;
these keys appear in boldface type.
For example: Press Start to send a fax.
When you use the Menu Mode, you may have to press a series of
keys before arriving at the desired menu. The resulting screen
message for each step appears next to the series of keys pressed.
For example: The procedure to enable the Send Header would
appear as follows:
To enable the send header:
1. Press:
Menu
Send header
1. Inside
2. Outside
3. Off
2. Select where you want the fax header to be printed:
To print the header in the document area, press
To print the header above the document area, press
To not print a header, press
.
.
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
This manual uses notes, cautions, and warnings to emphasize
information the reader needs. Notes contain information that
supplements the text. Notes are emphasized with italics. The
following is an example of a note:
Note:
Notes are provided as additional information.
The following are examples of a caution and a warning:
CAUTION
Do not touch the green drum surface. Touching the
drum could reduce the print quality.
WARNING
Do not touch the heater unit inside the machine.
The heater unit is hot while the machine is
operating.
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Programming the Machine
This chapter contains detailed instructions for programming the
WorkCentre from the Control Panel. Step-by-step instructions are
provided for programming features using the Menu Mode, storing
frequently used numbers to automatic dialing keys, and setting
machine defaults.
Using the Menu Mode
Various functions of the WorkCentre are available by selecting menu
items with the menu screen displayed on the Control Panel. The
menu uses a multi-layered structure, each layer containing multiple
features. Since 4 lines are displayed at a time, additional features are
displayed one line at a time as you scroll down the list.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
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5. Delete contents
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Keys used in Menu Mode Operation
The following table lists the keys commonly used when programming
the machine in Menu Mode.
Key
Key Description
Menu
Press the Menu key to change the display from
Standby Mode to the menu screen. When the
menu screen is already displayed, press this key
to scroll up through the menu selections.
When a menu screen is displayed, press the
Down arrow key to scroll down through the menu
selections.
When the menu screen is displayed, press the
Left arrow key to display the preceding menu.
When entering characters, use this key to move
the cursor to the left.
When entering characters, use the Right arrow
key to move the cursor to the right.
Enter
Exit
Numeric Keypad
Keyboard
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When the currently highlighted menu has
sub-items, press the Enter key to display the
screen of sub-items.
Press the Exit key to exit the menu mode.
The Numeric Keypad is used to enter numeric
information.
The Keyboard is used to enter alpha and special
characters information.
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To program a Menu feature using the scroll keys:
1. From the Standby Mode, press:
1. Fax features
Menu
2. Print reports
3. Phonebook setup
4. Self test
The active item is highlighted.
2. Using the
and
arrow keys, scroll through the list until
the feature you wish to program is highlighted, then press the
Enter key.
3. The next menu layer is displayed. Using the
and
arrow keys, scroll through the list until the feature you wish to
program is highlighted, then press the Enter key.
To program a Menu feature using the Menu Numbers:
Most Menu features are assigned a sequence number. You can
select the feature you wish to program quickly by pressing Menu and
the sequence numbers.
Refer to the Menu Flow Map on the pages that follow, or to print a
Menu Map, press Menu, 7. Menu map can also be printed by a direct
access key under the access cover.
Locate the feature you wish to program on the Menu Map and note
the number sequence.
For example: The Machine ID feature is accessed by first selecting
Initial Setup (5), then Machine ID (3).
Therefore, to access this menu item, press:
Menu
Note:
Double digit menu numbers (01. Speaker volume)
require 2 entries and are shown as
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Character Entries
When programming your Machine ID or names assigned to Speed
Dial numbers and One Touch Keys, you enter characters. Also, many
features programmed in the Menu Mode require text entries.
The following table lists the keys used to enter characters. For more
information on entering characters, refer to the character entry
procedures later in this chapter.
Keys used to Enter Characters
Key
Function
Moves the cursor to the left to delete,
change or add characters.
Moves the cursor to the right to delete,
change or add characters or spaces.
Insert
Inserts a character between existing
characters.
Deletes an existing character.
Delete
Numeric
KeyPad
Provides the user interface for entering
numeric characters.
Keyboard
Provides the user interface for entering
alpha and special characters.
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Character Code Table
The Character Code Table lists special characters that can be
entered when programming the WorkCentre.
The table lists the alpha keys in the left column and the characters
that correspond to each key in the right column.
To enter the special characters entry mode, press Int’l or
key on
the keyboard.
Pressing the alpha key displays the special characters you can enter.
Select your desired character by using
or
arrow keys, and
press Enter.
Uppercase special characters can be selected by pressing the alpha
key while holding down Shift key after Int’l or
key is pressed.
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Entering Characters
Using the Keyboard and the Numeric Keypad to enter characters:
Correcting Characters
Note:
You may need to move the cursor to the left or right, then
reposition the cursor prior to entering or deleting a new
character.
Replacing Characters
Input correct characters over the existing characters.
Enter name
1. Using the
and
arrow keys, position the
cursor at the character to
X ER IX
I
be corrected.
Enter name
2.
Enter the desired
character.
X ER O X
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Deleting or Inserting Characters
Enter name
1. Using the
and
arrow keys, position
the cursor at the character
X ER X
to be deleted or at the
point of insertion.
Note:
If you are not in the insert mode, pressing Delete deletes
the character, but the spaces remain.
Insert
Enter name
[Insert]
2.
Press:
.
The message “Insert” is
X ER X
displayed.
3.To insert, enter the correct
Enter name
character(s).
To delete, press
Delete
.
X ER O X
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Direct Access Function Keys
The 14 Direct Access Function Keys, located in the left of the Control
Panel, are programmed to perform some of the most frequently used
features automatically. Several of these keys use multi-layered
menus similar to the Menu Mode. The following maps illustrates the
Direct Access Function Keys displaying the available programmable
features.
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Setting Up the Phonebook
Remote telephone numbers can be assigned to Speed Dial numbers
and/or One Touch Keys in the Phonebook. The numbers are used for
Alpha Dialing, Speed Dialing, One Touch Dialing, Chain Dialing,
Group Dialing and Polling Operations. Once preset, these features
allow you to send documents or make a telephone call to frequently
called numbers by pressing a few keys.
To program the Group features, the remote telephone number must
be assigned to a Speed Dial Number or a One Touch Key.
Planning the Phonebook
When programming the remote telephone number in a Speed Dial
Number or a One Touch Key, you can include many fax options to
use during the communication. Please read this section carefully and
refer to the suggested chapters for detail feature descriptions.
Use the following list as an aid in planning the Phonebook:
•
Phonebook Reports can be printed listing the numbers assigned
to Speed Dial numbers and One Touch keys. Press Phonebook
to print the desired report.
•
Determine which phonebook number you want to assign to each
One Touch (up to 68) or Speed Dial (up to 300) number.
•
Determine if you want to store a pause in the telephone number.
If your machine is connected to a PBX system, you may need to
enter a pause so the system can connect to an outside line.
Multiple 3 second pauses can be entered. To enter a pause,
press the Pause key.
•
Determine if you want to store a Charge Code. To enter and hide
a charge code, press the Charge Code key after you have
entered the telephone number.
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•
Determine which fax options you want to store with the One
Touch or Speed Dial telephone number. The following options
are available:
Send Later: Select this option to designate the time you want to
begin the job.
Confirm Report: Select this option to print a confirmation report
after the job.
Listen to Dial: Select this option to turn the monitor speaker on.
Fax Speed: Select this option to send documents at a slower
speed. The slower speeds are used for sending to a number with
questionable line conditions. The communication speed will be
slower but the chance of communication errors will be reduced.
Sub address: Select this option to store a sub address with the
number. This feature sends a document to a compatible remote
fax machine and requests that machine to forward the document
to a network user or to a ITU-T mailbox. This feature can also be
used to poll/store a document in a ITU-T mailbox of remote
compatible machines. Refer to “Attaching an ITU-T Sub Address”
in Chapter 8.
Line Selection: Select this option to designate line 1 or line 2.
•
Program the telephone numbers and fax options in the one touch
or speed dial phonebook directories. Refer to the “Character
Entries” section to enter characters.
•
After programming the numbers, print the Phonebook Reports to
confirm the numbers are entered correctly.
•
Record the names associated with the One Touch Numbers on
the One Touch Label.
Pre-setting Speed Dial Numbers
Up to 300 numbers can be assigned to Speed Dial numbers 001 to
999.
An alternate telephone number may be stored with the speed dial
number. If the number dialed is busy, the alternate number is dialed
after the redial attempts. The alternate number dialing function is not
performed in Relay transmissions, polling receptions, or mailbox
transmissions.
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Once you assign a Speed Dial number and select Fax Options for
that number, you can link the Speed Dial number to a One Touch
Dialing Key for faster dialing. If you link the speed dial number to a
one touch key, you can dial the number using both methods.
Hint:
To print a list of all assigned Speed Dial numbers, press:
Phonebook
(See the User’s Guide.)
To assign Speed Dial numbers:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Enter speed dial nbr
or
[<] Back to previous
STOP to complete
2. Enter the desired Speed Dial number (1-999) .
Speed dial number
Speed dial (1-999):
001
3. Press Enter.
Note:
If you select an assigned Speed Dial number, you have the
option of deleting, modifying or retaining the information
stored with the number. Refer to “Modifying or Deleting
Speed Dial Numbers” later in this section.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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4. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the name (max.
20 characters) you want to assign to this Speed Dial number,
then press Enter.
Speed dial:
001
Name (20 max):
Enter name
After 2 seconds...
Hint:
Name (20 max):
You can enter a pause or charge code in the primary and
alternate telephone numbers. To enter a pause, press the
Pause key. To enter a charge code, press the Charge
Code key after entering the telephone number.
Speed dial:
001
Fax number (128 max):
5. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the fax telephone number
(max. 128 digits) you want to assign to the Speed Dial number,
then press Enter.
Speed dial:
001
Alternate fax nbr:
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6. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the alternate telephone
number, then press Enter; or to skip this step, press Enter.
Fax options?
1. Yes
2. No
7. To skip the Fax Options, press
complete the procedure.
and go to step 25 to
To program the Fax Options, press
.
Fax options
1. Done
2. Send later
3. Confirm report
4. Listen to dial
5. Fax speed
6. Subaddress
7. Line selection
8. Select the Fax Option you want to assign to this Speed Dial:
To exit this option, press
, and go to step 25 to complete the
procedure.
To select Send later, press
To select Confirm report, press
To select Listen to dial, press
To select Fax speed, press
To select Sub address, press
To select Line selection, press
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, and go to step 9.
, then go to step 11.
, then go to step 13.
, then go to step 15.
, then go to step 17.
, then go to step 23.
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Send Later
9. Enter the desired time you want to start the job (within 24 hours).
For the 12 hour format, select AM/PM, then press Enter.
10. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
and
Confirm Report
11. To print a confirmation report after each transaction, press
To disable this option, press
.
.
12. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
and
Listen to Dial
13. To enable the Listen to Dial option, press
To disable this option, press
.
.
14. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
and
Fax Speed
15. To select 14400bps, press
.
To select 9600bps, press
.
To select 4800bps, press
.
To skip this option, press
.
16. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
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Sub address
17. To exit this option, press
.
To send a document to a sub address location, press
select SUB.
to
To poll a document from a sub address location, press
select SEP.
to
Subaddress
SUB (20 max):
18. Enter the numeric remote sub address, then press Enter.
.
Note:
Secure address locations require a password if the
address is secure. Go to Step 19. If not go to Step 21.
19. To add a password to the sub address,
press
to select PWD, or to exit this option, go to step 21.
Subaddress
PWD (20 max):
20. Enter the numeric remote sub address password, then press
Enter.
21. To exit the sub address option, press
.
22. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
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Line Selection**
23. To select either line, press
.
To select Line #1, press
.
To select Line #2, press
.
24. To add an additional option, go to step 8. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
Speed dial:
Press one touch key
to enter or
ENTER to skip
and
001
25. To link this Speed Dial Number to a One Touch key, press the
desired One Touch Key; or to skip this step, press Enter .
Note:
If you select an assigned One Touch number, you have the
option of deleting or retaining the information previously
stored.
26. To assign additional Speed Dial numbers, repeat steps 2-26.
27. When you have completed the Speed Dial assignment, press
Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
** Not available on some models.
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Modifying or Deleting Speed Dial Numbers
Use this procedure to change or delete a previously assigned Speed
Dial number. When you enter the Speed Dial number you want to
change or delete, the “Speed dial number Already assigned”
message displays.
To modify or delete a Speed Dial number:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Enter speed dial nbr
or
[<] Back to previous
STOP to complete
2. Enter the Speed Dial number you want to modify, then press
Enter.
Speed dial number
1. Delete
2. Modify
3. Retain
3. To delete the Speed Dial number, press
.
To modify the number information, press
To retain the number information, press
.
.
Refer to the previous procedure, “Presetting Speed Dial
Numbers,” to update the speed dial information.
4. The Enter Speed Dial screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
Note:
When modifying a Speed Dial number that is tied to a One
Touch key, you do not have to re-apply the number to the
One Touch. If you do, the machine prompts you to
retain/delete the original one touch setting.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Pre-setting One Touch Numbers
Fifty One-Touch Keys can be programmed to dial a single telephone
number, a Speed Dial number or a Group of numbers.
An alternate telephone number can be stored with the One Touch
key. If the number dialed is busy, the alternate number is dialed after
the redial attempts. The alternate number dialing function is not
performed in Relay, Polling, or Mailbox communications.
Hint:
To print a list of assigned One Touch dial numbers, press:
Phonebook
(See Chapter 9, “Reports”.)
To assign One Touch numbers:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Press one touch key
or
[<] back to previous
STOP to complete
2. Press the desired One Touch key.
Note:
If you select an assigned One Touch key, you have the
option of deleting, modifying or retaining the information
stored with the number. Refer to “Modifying or Deleting
One Touch Numbers” later in this section.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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3. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the name (max.
20 characters) you want to assign to this One Touch number,
then press Enter.
One Touch key:
03
Name (20 max):
Enter name
After 2 seconds…
Hint:
Name (20 max):
You can enter a pause or charge code in the primary and
alternate telephone numbers. To enter a pause, press the
Pause key. To enter a charge code, press the Charge
Code key after you enter the telephone number.
One touch key:
001
Fax number (128 max):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the remote fax telephone
number (max. 128 digits), then press Enter.
One touch key:
03
Alternate fax nbr:
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5. Using the Numeric keypad, enter the alternate telephone number,
then press Enter; or to skip this step, press Enter.
Fax options?
1. Yes
2. No
6. To program the Fax Options, press
To skip the Fax Options, press
and go to step 7.
and go to step 22.
Fax options
1. Done
2. Send later
3. Confirm report
4. Listen to dial
5. Fax speed
6. Sub address
7. Line selection
7. Select the Fax Option you want to assign to this One Touch:
To exit the Fax Option, press
To select Send later, press
To select Confirm report, press
To select Listen to dial, press
To select Fax speed, press
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, and go to step 22.
, and go to step 8.
, then go to step 10.
, then go to step 12.
, then go to step 14.
To select Sub address, press
, then go to step 16.
To select Line selection, press
, then go to step 2.
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Send Later
8. Enter the desired time (within 24 hours) you want to start the job.
For 12 hour format, select AM/PM, then press Enter.
Send later
Time HH:MM
23:40
9. To add an additional option, go to step 7. To exit press
and
go to step 22.
Confirm Report
10. To print a confirmation report after each transaction, press
To disable this option, press
.
.
11. To add an additional option, go to step 7. To exit press
and
go to step 22.
Listen to Dial
12. To enable the Listen to Dial option, press
To disable this option, press
.
.
13. To add an additional option, go to step 7. To exit, press
and
go to step 22.
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Fax Speed
Note:
Off selects the highest speed possible.
14. To select Off, press
.
15. To select 14400bps, press
.
To select 9600bps, press
.
To select 4800bps, press
.
16. To add an additional option, go to step 7. To exit, press
and
go to step 22.
Sub address
17. To skip this option, press
. Go to step 21.
To send a document to a sub address location, press
select SUB.
to
To poll a document from a sub address location, press
select SEP.
to
Subaddress
SUB (20 max):
18. Enter the numeric remote sub address, then press Enter.
Note:
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Secure address locations require a password if the
address is secure. Go to Step 18. If not go to Step 20.
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19. To add a password to the sub address,
press
to select PWD; or to exit this option, go to step 20.
Subaddress
PWD (20 max):
20. Enter the numeric remote sub address password, then press
Enter.
21. To exit the sub address option, press
.
22. To add an additional option, go to step 7. To exit, press
and
go to step 25.
Line Selection**
23. To select either line, press
.
To select Line #1, press
.
To select Line #2, press
.
24. To add an additional option, go to step7. To exit, press
go to step 25 to complete the procedure.
and
25. To assign additional One Touch numbers, repeat steps 2-24.
26. When you have completed the One Touch Key assignments,
press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
** Not available on some models.
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Modifying or Deleting One Touch Dial Numbers
Use this procedure to change or delete a previously assigned One
Touch number. When you press the One Touch key you want to
change or delete, the “One Touch number Already assigned”
message displays.
To modify or delete a One Touch number:
1. Press:
Menu
Press one touch key
or
[<] back to previous
STOP to complete
2. Press the One Touch key you want to modify or delete.
One touch key
1. Delete
2. Modify
3. Retain
3. To delete the One Touch number, press
.
To modify the number information, press
To retain the key assignment, press
.
.
Refer to the previous procedure, “Presetting One Touch
Numbers,” to update the one touch information.
4. The Enter One Touch screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Pre-setting Group Numbers
If you frequently send faxes to the same group of telephone numbers,
you can assign these numbers to a Group. Only Speed Dial or One
Touch numbers can be assigned to a group. Preset group numbers
can also be used for polling.
Hint:
To print the Group Phonebook, press:
Phonebook
(See Chapter 9, “Reports”.)
It is a good idea to create the list of names and numbers before you
actually start programming the machine. The following table lists the
information that will be requested and comments on each of the
fields.
Fields
Comments
Group Number
Any 50 numbers between 1 and 1999 (50 groups
maximum).
Group Name
Maximum of 20 characters for each group.
Telephone Number
Designation
Designate telephone numbers from those assigned
to Speed Dial or One Touch dialing numbers.
Maximum of 300 Speed Dial or 68 One Touch
dialing numbers can be entered in a group.
One Touch Key
Assigning
Each group can be assigned to a One Touch dialing
key.
To preset numbers to a group:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Enter group number
or
[<] back to previous
STOP to complete
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the number (1-1999) you want
to assign to this group.
Enter group number
Group nbr (1-1999):
25
3. Press:
Enter
Group number:
0025
Group name (20 max):
4. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the Group name,
then press Enter.
Enter name
Group name (20 max):
5. Press the One Touch number you want to include in this Group,
or enter the Speed Dial number and press Enter.
Group number:
Enter speed dial
or OT
ENTER to complete
0025
6. Repeat step 5 to enter additional numbers.
7. When you entered each number you want to include in this
group, press Enter.
Group number:
Press one touch key
to enter or
ENTER to skip
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Hint:
Group Transmissions are easier if a group is linked to a
One Touch Key.
8. To assign this group to a One Touch key, press the One Touch
key. To skip this step, press Enter.
9. The Enter Group Number screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop
to return to the Standby Mode.
Programming Group Send
The Programmed Group Send feature allows you to send a document
to multiple remote parties in a single operation. Using this process
eliminates the time and labor required to dial and scan the same
document for separate transmissions to different locations.
If a number is busy, the machine dials the rest of the numbers before
returning to the busy number.
To preset a group, see “Presetting Group Numbers” in this Chapter.
Note:
You can save dialing steps if you preassign a group
number to a One Touch dial key when you program that
group.
To send a document to a programmed group:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press Phonebook.
Phonebook
4. Press
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Phonebook
1. By name
2. Speed dial
3. Group dial
.
If the group is assigned to a One Touch Key, press that
One Touch Key.
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Group nbr (1-1999):
5. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the group number you want to
use to send the document, then press Enter.
The machine dials each number in the group and sends the
document.
Deleting or Modifying a Group Number
1. Press:
Menu
***
Enter group number
or
[<] back to previous
ENTER to complete
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the number of the Group you
want to delete or modify, then press Enter.
Enter group number:
1. Delete
2. Modify
3. Retain
3. Select the Change option:
To delete this group, press
.
To modify this group, press
. (Refer to “Presetting Group
Numbers” if necessary.)
To exit without changing this group, press
4. The Enter Group Number screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop
to return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Filling out the One Touch Label
As you assign phone numbers to the One Touch keys, use a pencil to
fill in the location name on the One Touch Label.
One Touch Label
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Setting the Department Codes
Use of the machine can be limited to authorized personnel within
each department by setting up a Master Department Code and
individual Department Codes. You can assign one Master Code and
up to 98 Department Codes. The WorkCentre can then monitor the
usage for each department.
The Master Department Code is used to setup and modify the
Department Code information. During the setup procedure, you are
prompted to enter a 5-digit Master Department Code. This code is
required to perform any modifications; it is used as a Supervisory
master key. The Master Code department number is preset to 01 by
the WorkCentre.
The individual Department Codes are used to access and operate the
WorkCentre. During the setup procedure, you can assign Department
Numbers from 2-99. You are also prompted to enter a 5-digit
Department Code for each department. As each department enters
their assigned department code to access and operate the
WorkCentre, the usage for each department is recorded on the
Department Code Report. Refer to Chapter 9, “Reports”.
To setup Department Codes
1. Press:
Menu
***
Set dept. code
1. Yes
2. No
CAUTION
If a master code has been assigned, selecting 2
disables the programmed Master Code.
***Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Note:
To reset the Department Code, the following is displayed.
To recover the Department Code already being set, press
1. To set a new Department Code, press 2.
Set dept. code
1. Recover old data
2. New
2. To setup the Master Department Code, press
.
To disable the Department Control feature, press
Exit or Stop.
Note:
. Press
If the Master Number is assigned, go to step 6 to set
additional Department Codes.
Enter master code
Dept. number:
Dept. name (20 max):
Note:
01
Department code 01 is reserved for the Master Code.
Enter name
After 2 seconds…
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3. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the name to
assign to the Master Department, then press Enter.
Enter master code
Dept. number:
01
SERVICE
After 2 seconds…
Enter master code
Dept. number:
Master code:
01
4. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the 5-digit master code to
assign to the Master Department, then press Enter.
Note:
The 5-digit Master Code is required to access the
Department Code feature to perform any modifications.
Please remember your Master Code.
5. The Master Department Code entry is completed. To setup
individual Department Codes, go to step 6. To exit this feature,
press Stop.
Set dept. code
Dept. number (1-99):
6. Enter a number between 2 and 99 to assign to this Department,
then press Enter.
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7. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the name to
assign to this Department (max 20 characters), then press Enter.
Refer to the “Character Entries” Section.
Set dept. code
Dept. number:
Dept. name (20 max):
04
Enter name
After 2 seconds…
Set dept. code
Dept. number:
04
SALES
After 2 seconds…
Set dept. code
Dept. number:
Dept. code:
04
8. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the 5-digit Department Code to
assign to this Department, then press Enter.
Note:
The 5-digit Department Code is required to access and
operate the WorkCentre.
9. The Department Code entry is completed. To set additional
Department codes, repeat steps 6 through 8. To exit this feature,
press Exit or Stop.
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Changing the Department Code Settings
The “Master Department Code” is required to add, change, or delete
the Department Code settings. This menu is not available to other
department codes.
To add or change the Department Code settings:
1. From the “Enter dept. code” screen, enter the Master Department
Code, then press Enter.
2. Press:
***
Menu
3. Select the Dept. Code option:
Set dept. code
1. Yes
2. No
To add or change Dept. codes, press
, then go to step 4.
CAUTION
To disable the Department Control feature, press
, then press Exit or Stop to return to the
Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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4. To modify the Department Codes currently set, press
and
go to Step 5.
To set new Department Codes, press
. Setting the
information as desired. If needed, refer to “Setting the
Department Codes” procedure.
Set dept. code
1. Recover old data
2. New
5. Enter the Department number to change, then press Enter.
Set dept. code
Already assigned
Dept. number:
Dept.
02
After 2 seconds…
Dept. number
1. Delete
2. Modify
3. Retain
6. To delete this Dept. code, press
.
To modify this Dept. code, press
.
To exit without changing this Dept. code, press
.
7. Modify the information as desired. If needed, refer to “Setting the
Department Codes” procedure. Press Exit or Stop to exit.
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Setting the Machine Default Settings
Error Correct - ECM Default Setting
Error Correction Mode (ECM) is an internationally-recognized error
correction system. It enables communications with clean images
since it automatically re-sends any portion of the document affected
by line noise or distortion.
This feature cannot be accessed if a document is stored in memory.
Note:
ECM must be set to On when the 33.6K BPS Modem is in
your machine.
•
Both the sender and the receiver must have the ECM feature to
perform ECM communications.
•
Communication time is longer when transmissions are affected
by interference.
To set the Error Correct-ECM default mode:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Error correct-ECM
1. On
2. Off
2. To enable ECM, press
.
To disable ECM, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Long Original Setting
Using the Long Original setting enables the WorkCentre to scan long
documents. The available length options are:
1 M:
Allows document sizes up to 1 Meter in length (39.4
inches). If a document longer than 1M is scanned, a
“Paper Jam” occurs.
Any Length:
Allows any length document to be scanned.
Note:
Selecting Any length turns off the document jam sensor.
To set the Long Original setting:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Long original
1. 1m (39 Inches)
2. Any length
2. Select the Long Original option:
To select 1m, press
.
To select Any length, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Bypass Tray Paper Size Setting
1. Select the paper size using the slider at the side of the bypass tray.
Paper size setting:
LGL: Select when you load Legal size paper.
LTR: Select when you load letter size paper.
A4: Select when you load A4 size paper.
: This should only be selected when used with PC Printing.
You select this size when you wish to use another paper size
other than Legal Letter or A4, such as envelopes or labels.
2. Adjust the paper guides to the paper size.
Note:
You can load up to 100 sheets of paper (80gsm/20 lbs.) in
the Bypass Tray.
You can print the following paper sizes from the Bypass
Tray.
PC Print: You can select any size of paper within the
specification.
Copy: You can only select A4, Letter, or Legal size paper.
Fax Reception and Report Print: You cannot select the
Bypass Tray.
When printing onto pre-glued C5 envelopes, you may
experience the trailing edge being folded back. If this
happens, please try an envelope where all the edges of the
envelope, other than the opening, are fully glued, leaving
no unglued edges.
Paper Guide
Slider
Exit Tray
08-05
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Redial Count and Interval Setting*
When a document is reserved in memory and a job number is
assigned, the machine automatically attempts to send the document
according to the redial setting.
Using this procedure, you can set the length of time between redial
attempts (Interval), and the number of times your machine redials a
number.
The redial interval range is from 1 to 15 minutes, and the number of
redials can be set between 0 and 14 attempts.
If the Resend Stored Fax feature is active and the machine exceeds
the number of redials, your document is retained in memory (see
Chapter 5, “Transmitting Documents”).
To change the Interval and Number of redials:
1. Press:
Menu
***
01. Interval
02. Number of redials
2. Select the Redial Mode you want to change:
To select Interval, press
, then go to step 3.
To select Number of redials, press
, then go to step 5.
* Not allowed in all markets.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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3. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the number of minutes you want
the machine to wait before redialing, then press Enter. You must
use a leading 0.
Redials
Interval
(01-15) min.
01
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. If you selected
,
press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode, or enter 06 to
go to redials screen again.
5. If you selected
, use the Numeric Keypad to enter the
number of times you want the machine to redial the number, then
press Enter. Must use leading 0.
Redials
Redials:
(00-14):
01
6. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode, or enter 06 to go to redials screen
again.
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Receive Interval
You can set a certain interval to try to receive an incoming document
when transmitting an outgoing document consecutively from the
same phone line. The interval set by this procedure is inserted after
every fourth transmission.
1. Press:
Menu
Receive interval
Interval
(00-15)min:
3
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the number of minutes you
want the machine to wait before transmitting the 5th document.
Then, press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Resolution and Contrast Setting
The default settings can be changed during a transmit or copy
operation by pressing the Contrast and Resolution keys on the
Control Panel.
The following tables define the available default Contrast and
Resolution settings:
Resolution
selection
Description
Standard
Use for sending normal text and graphics.
Selected when Resolution LED is off.
Fine
Use for documents with small characters
(newspaper print, etc.).
Superfine
Use for documents containing very detailed print.
Contrast selection
Description
Normal
Use for documents printed with ordinary image
density.
Selected when the Contrast LED is off.
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Lighten
Use for documents with dark print that need to be
adjusted to print lighter.
Darken
Use for documents with light or faint print that need
to be adjusted to print darker.
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To change the Contrast and Resolution:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Resolution
1. Standard
2. Fine
3. Superfine
2. Select the Resolution:
To select Standard, press
To select Fine, press
.
.
To select Superfine, press
.
Contrast
1. Normal
2. Darken
3. Lighten
3. Select the Contrast:
To select Normal, press
.
To select Darken, press
.
To select Lighten, press
.
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Power Saver Setting
The Power Saver function allows you to turn the power off to save
power consumption. If the Power Saver function is On, a warm up
period is needed before printing occurs. There are two Power Save
modes with this machine, Super Power Save and Printer Power
Save.
•
Super Power Save - Turns all the power off to minimize power
consumption. Select one of three modes, Automatic, Manual or
Off:
Automatic mode: Enters the Power Saver Mode automatically
when in the Standby Mode for the pre-set time
period.
Manual Mode:
Enters the Power Saver Mode when the Power
Save key on the control panel is pressed. If the
machine is in the Standby Mode when the
Power Save key is pressed, it enters the
Power Saver Mode immediately. If the Power
Save key is pressed while the machine is not in
the Standby Mode, it enters the Power Saver
Mode after returning to the Standby Mode.
Off:
Disables the Super Power Saver mode and the
Printer Power Saver mode button on the
control panel.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Super power save
1. Automatic
2. Manual
3. Off
2. Select the Super Power Save mode:
To select the Automatic mode, press
To select the Manual mode, press
To select Off, press
. Then, go to Step 3.
. Then, go to Step 4.
. Then, go to Step 4.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Entering time
Time
(01-60min)
03
3. When you select the Automatic mode, using the Numeric
Keypad, enter the time period (in minutes) for standby before the
machine enters the Super Power Save mode automatically.
4. When you select the Manual mode or Off, select the default for
the Printer Power Save mode
•
Printer Power Save - Turns the printer heater off to save power
consumption.
Press:
***
Menu
Select the Manual mode, press
. Then, go to Step 4.
Printer power save
1. On
2. Off
To enable the Printer Power Save mode, press
.
To disable the Printer Power Save mode, press
.
5. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Print Density
The print density for reception, copy, PC printing, and report printing
can be set. Five density levels are available from -2 (lighter print) to
+2 (darker print).
1. Press:
Menu
Set print density
Density (-2 to +2):
Lighter
Darker
-2 -1 0 +1 +2
2. Using
or
keys, select the print density, then press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Refuse Junk Mail Setting
This feature prevents your machine from receiving documents from
unknown parties. Documents are received only from those parties
whose telephone numbers are assigned to your machine phonebook.
Refuse Junk Mail is effective only on incoming calls in the Auto
Receive Mode. (See “Setting the Answer Mode” in chapter 3.)
To enable the Refuse Junk Mail feature:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Refuse junk mail
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Refuse Junk Mail option:
To enable the Refuse Junk Mail feature, press
.
To disable the Refuse Junk Mail feature, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Ringer Volume Setting
Use this feature to adjust the WorkCentre Ringer Volume. The
volume range is from 0 (off) to 7 (high).
To adjust the Ringer volume:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Ringer volume
Volume (0-7):
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Note:
The current setting is displayed on the bottom of the
display.
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the Ringer Volume setting from
0-7, then press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Alarm Volume Setting
Use this feature to adjust the WorkCentre Alarm Volume. The volume
range is from 0 (off) to 7 (high).
To adjust the Alarm volume:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Alarm volume
Volume (0-7):
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Note:
The current setting is displayed on the bottom of the
display.
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the Alarm Volume setting from
0-7, then press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Key Touch Volume Setting
Use this feature to adjust the WorkCentre Key Touch Volume. The
volume range is from 0 (off) to 7 (high).
To adjust the Key Touch volume:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Key touch volume
Volume (0-7):
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Note:
The current setting is displayed on the bottom of the
display.
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the Key Touch Volume setting
from 0-7, then press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Monitor Volume Setting
Use this feature to adjust the WorkCentre Monitor Volume. The
volume range is from 0 (off) to 7 (high).
To adjust the Monitor volume:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Monitor volume
Volume (0-7):
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Note:
The current setting is highlighted on the bottom of the
display.
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the Monitor Volume setting
from 0-7, then press Enter.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Send After Scan Default Setting
This feature enables you to determine whether the dialing starts while
the machine is scanning the documents or after the machine has
scanned all documents in the Memory Send mode.
Also, if the dialing after scanning is selected, you can select to delete
or send the scanned pages when the memory becomes full during
scanning.
To set the Send After Scan default mode:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Type of send
1. Dial while scan
2. Dial after scan
2. To disable Send After Scan, press
, then go to step 4.
To enable Send After Scan, press
, then go to step 3.
When memory full
1. Delete scan pages
2. Send scan pages
3. Select the memory full option.
To delete the pages being scanned, press
To send the pages being scanned, press
.
.
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Remote Service Setting
Remote Access
This feature allows a remote Xerox test facility or service center to
perform diagnostic tests on your machine.
There are three Remote Access selections: Always On, One Time
Access, and Always Off.
1.
Press:
Menu
***
Remote access
1. On
2. Off
To select On, press
.
To select Off, press
.
2. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Download
This selection is used to enable firmware to be downloaded to the
machine. The options are anytime or If no job in memory.
There are two Download selections: No Job in Memory and Any
Time.
1.
Press:
Menu
***
Download firmware
1. No job in memory
2. Anytime
To download the firmware when there is no job in memory, press
.
To download the firmware at anytime, press
.
2. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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RDC Password
Allows you to password protect the machine from any unauthorized
person dialing into the machine. This should be used as security to
allow only Xerox authorized service persons to use RDC (remote
diagnostics centre) to dial into the machine to retrieve information.
You should advise the Xerox authorized service persons of the
password in order to do this
There are two RDC Password selections: Set RDC Password and
Password.
1.
Press:
Menu
***
RDC password
1. Set RDC password
2. Password (20 max)
To set the RDC password, press
To enter your password, press
and enter the password.
and enter your password.
2. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Supplies Order
Allows the option of the supplies order report to be sent automatically.
The report is sent out to order more supplies (Drum and Toner) when
you select On. Setting up Auto supply ordering details is described in
Appendix A.
1.
Press:
Menu
***
Auto supply ordering
1. On
2. Off
To select On, press
.
To select Off, press
.
2. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Separator Page Default Setting
When this feature is set to “On”, the WorkCentre prints a page
between each received fax, Copy and PC print. Each Separator Page
contains the following information:
Fax:
Sending machines telephone number, fax received time
and the number of pages.
Copy:
Copy start time and the number of pages copied.
PC Print:
Name of PC, print start time and the number of pages
printed.
To set the Separator Page feature for Fax, Copy and PC Print in
sequence:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Fax separator page
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Fax Separator Page option:
To enable the Fax Separator Page feature, press
.
To disable the Fax Separator Page feature, press
.
Copy separator page
1. On
2. Off
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3. Select the Copy Separator Page option:
To enable the Copy Separator Page feature, press
.
To disable the Copy Separator Page feature, press
.
PC separator page
1. On
2. Off
4. Select the PC Print Separator Page option:
To enable the PC Print Separator Page feature, press
.
To disable the PC Print Separator Page feature, press
.
5. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Line Monitor Default Setting
Enable this feature to listen to the initial call sequence during all send
and polling operations. To enable this feature for a single operation,
refer to “Listen to Dial in chapter 5".
To set the Line Monitor feature:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Line monitor
1. Always
2. Off
2. Select the Line Monitor option:
To enable the Line Monitor feature, press
.
To disable the Line Monitor feature, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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3
Receiving Documents
The WorkCentre can receive documents automatically or manually.
Various features are available for customizing your document
receiving operation. You can specify a reduction mode for use when
oversized documents are received, collate received documents or
receive to memory.
The following receiving modes are available:
Receiving
Mode
Situation for Selection
Sequence of Operation
Auto
Receive
Use when the machine is
connected to a dedicated
telephone line for facsimile use
only.
Upon receiving a call, the machine
answers and receives a document
automatically.
Manual
Receive
Use when the machine is
connected to a line that is
primarily used for voice.
Upon receiving an incoming call, pick
up the telephone handset to talk with
the remote party before starting any
fax communication.
Receive to
Memory
User selectable option. Use
when the machine is out of
paper or toner.
When enabled, the machine
automatically receives documents to
memory if the printer becomes
unavailable until memory becomes full.
Secure
Receive
User selectable option. Use for
Secure Receptions.
When enabled, the machine receives
all documents into memory during the
specified time. The documents
automatically print at the end of the
specified time.
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Basic Receive
The WorkCentre can receive documents automatically or manually
depending on the Answer Mode you have selected. If the Answer
Mode is set to Auto, the machine receives a document automatically
upon receiving a call.
If the Answer Mode is set to Manual, the machine will not receive a
document until you press the Start key. This mode enables you to
use the machine as a telephone, yet receive documents when
desired.
The default Answer Mode is Auto.
Setting the Answer Mode (Line 1)
When the answer mode is set to auto receive, the machine
automatically answers and receives incoming fax calls. Use the Auto
Answer mode if you have a dedicated phone line.
Use the Manual Answer mode if you have a single line for fax and
voice communications. The Manual Answer mode allows you to
answer incoming calls manually. If an incoming call is a fax, you can
receive the fax by pressing the Start key.
To set the Line 1 Answer Mode:
1. Press:
Menu
Answer mode
1. Auto answer
2. Manual answer
2. Select the Answer Mode:
To select Auto answer, press
, then go to Step 3.
To select Manual answer mode, press
, then press Exit or
Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
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3. If set to Auto answer, using the Numeric Keypad, enter the
number of times the phone must ring before the machine
answers, then press Enter (you must use 2 digits).
Rings to answer
Rings (01-*10)
01
Note:
When the machine is set to auto answer and the set
number of rings occurs, the machine answers with a fax
signal tone and enters the Auto Receive mode.
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
Setting the Answer Mode (Line 2)
If Your WorkCentre has the 2nd line you can designate the type of
communications you would like to occur on that line (transmission or
receptions).
When the Answer Mode for Line 2 is set to Send and Receive, a
transmission is usually connected through line 2. If line 2 is busy, line
1 will be used.
A manual line selection can be made to override the default setting
for a current transmission (see Chapter 5, “Line Selection”).
The line select setting can be stored in the Speed Dial and One
Touch Key setup procedures if communications with a certain remote
party always requires this setting (refer to Chapter 2, “Setting up the
Phone book”).
* This number varies in some Countries.
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To set the Line 2 Answer Mode:
1. Press:
Menu
Answer mode (Line 2)
1. Send & receive
2. Receive only
3. Set receive time
2. Select the Answer Mode:
To use line 2 for both transmitting and receiving, press
.
Then press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby mode.
To use line 2 to receive only, press
. Then press Stop to
return to the Standby mode.
To set a specified time period for receiving documents on line 2,
press
.
3. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the time period you want to
receive documents on line 2, then press Enter. If the 12-hour
format is set, select AM/PM.
Receive only
Start/Stop time:
00:00 - 00:00
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Auto Receive
When the Answer Mode is set to Auto, your documents are received
automatically. Various advanced features are available for receiving
documents, refer to the Advanced Receive section later in this
Chapter.
Manual Receive
When the Answer Mode is set to Manual, you can establish voice
contact first and then start receiving a fax by pressing the Start key.
This feature is not available in all markets.
To use this feature, the machine must be set to “Manual Answer.”
Refer to “Setting the Answer Mode (Line 1)” earlier in this chapter.
Note:
Manual Receive mode does not function if a Mailbox or
Polling function is in use (see “Chapter 7, “Polling” and
Chapter 8, “Mailbox Communications”).
To receive manually:
1. When the telephone rings, pick up and talk with the remote
operator. (If a fax tone is heard, press the Start key).
2. When you finish talking and are ready to receive the document,
and the remote party is ready to send, press the Start key.
3. Hang up the handset. The document is received.
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Advanced Receive
Various advanced receive modes and features are available on the
WorkCentre to fit your individual needs.
The following advanced modes and features are available:
Modes and Features
Description
Collate Fax
When enabled, received documents are collated
with the last page on bottom, first page on top.
Reduce Fax
Selects whether to reduce or divide long
documents.
Receive to Memory
When enabled, documents are received to
memory when the printer is unavailable.
Secure Receive
When enabled, documents are received to
memory during specified times.
Discard extra
When enabled, discards up to 10mm of the lower
portion of a long document.
Collate Fax
When the collate fax feature is selected, all received documents are
automatically collated. This means the last page is on the bottom and
the first page on top of the stack in the output tray.
To enable the Collate fax function:
1. Press:
Menu
Collate fax
1. On
2. Off
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2. Select the collate fax option:
To enable the collate option, press
.
To disable the collate option, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
Reduce Incoming Fax Setting
This function allows a reduction of the received image. When this
feature is set to On and letter/A4 size copy paper is installed, the
WorkCentre reduces longer size documents to fit on the paper.
If Off is selected the longer size document prints on 2 pages.
To set the Reduce Incoming Fax default setting:
1. Press:
Menu
Reduce incoming fax
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Reduce incoming fax option:
To automatically reduce oversized documents, press
.
To automatically divide oversized documents into multiple pages,
press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Receive to Memory
When this feature is enabled and the printer is not available, the
machine automatically receives the document to memory. If this
feature is disabled, the machine does not answer the phone. A
receive to memory operation occurs if the paper tray is empty, the
paper is jammed, or the toner is empty. The message “Document in
Memory” displays when you have documents stored in memory. The
machine automatically prints when the problem is corrected.
If the memory becomes full while the machine is receiving a
document, the machine terminates the operation but retains the
pages it received successfully.
Note:
Receive to Memory does not occur when the Free Memory
is zero or 100 jobs have been received. If the Free Memory
becomes zero during Receive to Memory, document
reception stops and no further receptions are possible until
memory becomes available.
To enable the Receive to Memory feature:
1. Press:
Menu
Receive to memory
1. On
2. Off
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2. Select the Receive to Memory option:
To enable the Receive to Memory mode, press
.
To disable the Receive to Memory mode, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
Secure Receive
The Secure Receive feature allows you to set specified times when
documents can be received to memory. This feature is useful when
private documents are expected. All documents are received to
memory during the specified time, then automatically printed at the
end of the time period.
In addition to the Automatic Secure Receive feature, you can
manually enable the machine to Secure Receive at any time. (See
“Manual Secure Receive” in this section.)
To stop a Secure Receive time period and immediately print all
received documents, refer to “Ending the Secure Receive Mode”.
Automatic Secure Receive Setup
To enable the Automatic Secure Receive Mode, enter a 4-digit
security code and designate the time period for receiving documents
to memory.
To setup the Secure Receive Mode:
1. Press:
Menu
01. Security code
02. Security On/Off
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2. To set a security code for the first time, or to change your security
code, press
then press
.
To enable or disable the Secure Receive feature, press
then press
, then go to Step 5.
Security code
Enter new code
Security code:
– or –
Note:
Security code
Enter existing code
Security code:
If you enter an existing code, the “Enter new code” screen
will redisplay, allowing you to enter a new security code.
Enter your new code and press Enter.
3. Enter a new 4-digit security code, or your existing security code,
then press Enter.
Secure receive
1. Security code
2. Security On/Off
4. To enable or disable the Secure Receive feature, press
The menu selection screen redisplays.
.
Secure receive
Security code:
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5. Enter your security code and press Enter.
Secure receive
1. On
2. Off
6. Select the Secure Receive option:
To disable the Secure Receive Mode, press
, then press
Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
To enable the Secure Receive Mode and designate the time
period to receive private documents, press
.
Secure receive
Start/Stop time
1 6:00 – 09:00
Note:
The time period displays in 12 hour format if you have “12
hour” selected in the Date and Time Setup. (See the
User’s Guide.)
7. Enter the time period during which you want the WorkCentre to
receive Secure documents each day, then press Enter.
Secure recv. all day
For each day?
1.Yes
2. No
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8. Select the days of the week subject to the time period designated
in Step 7.
To enable the WorkCentre to Secure Receive documents during
the designated time period every day, press
. The setting is
enabled. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or
Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
To select the days of the week that the WorkCentre uses Secure
Receive for documents at the specified time period, press
.
Monday
Secure all day:
1. Yes
2. No
9. Select the Secure Receive option for this day:
To enable the Secure Receive Mode for this day, press
.
To disable the Secure Receive Mode for this day, press
.
The display for the next weekday displays.
10. Repeat Step 9 to set the Secure Receive for each day of the
week.
11. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Manual Secure Receive
Once the Secure Receive Mode is enabled (see “Automatic Secure
Receive Setup”) you can enforce the mode at any time (even outside
of the time period specified in “Automatic Secure Receive Setup”).
To manually enforce Secure Receive Mode:
1. Press:
Menu
Secure receive
1. Start
2. Stop
2. To start the Secure Receive Mode, press
.
The Secure Receive Mode is activated and the machine returns to
the Standby Mode.
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Printing the Stored Document in Secure Receive Mode
Once the Secure Receive Mode is activated, either automatically or
manually, you can immediately print the stored documents.
To print all received documents:
1. Press:
Menu
Secure receive
1. Start
2. Stop
2. To print all documents, press
.
Secure receive
Security code:
3. Enter your 4-digit security code and press Enter.
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Free memory: 80%
Printing:
The machine prints all documents received during the Secure
Receive Mode, then returns to the Secure Receive Mode.
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Discard Extra Setting*
When the Discard Extra Setting feature is enabled, any portion of the
document, up to 10mm, that is longer than the recording area is
discarded. If the excess portion is greater than 10mm, the document
is printed on 2 pages. This allows for remote machines that have
scanners that are slight slipping to fit the image on one page. This
feature not allowed in all markets.
In some cases the lower part of the document data may be lost.
To set the Discard Extra selection:
1. Press:
Menu
Discard extra
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Discard Extra selection:
To discard the portion of the document exceeding the recording
area, press
.
To automatically divide oversized documents into multiple pages,
press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
* Not available in all markets.
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4
Dialing Methods
Dialing Methods
When sending documents you must dial the telephone number of the
remote party’s fax machine. The WorkCentre has 8 dialing methods.
Each dialing method can be used for fax transmissions, polling
receptions, or telephone calling operations.
A basic transmission includes loading the document, dialing a
number, and transmitting the document image. This section
describes the following dialing methods:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Manual Dial (On-hook and Off-hook Dialing)
Speed Dialing
One Touch Dialing
Keypad Dialing
Redialing
Alpha Dialing
Chain Dialing
Manual Group Dialing
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Manual Dial (On-hook and Off-hook Dialing)
To initiate On-hook dialing press the Manual Dial key, dial the
number and listen for a facsimile tone, then press the Start key to
initiate a transmission.
To initiate Off-hook dialing, lift the optional handset from the cradle,
dial the number and listen for a fax tone, then press the Start key to
initiate a transmission.
You can perform all the dialing methods in this mode. To dial the
remote station using Manual Dial:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Ready
Free memory
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. If desired set the Resolution and Contrast.
3. Lift the handset, or press:
Manual
Dial
Dial fax number
Fax number:
4. Enter the fax phone number then press Enter, if necessary. To
enter a pause, press the Pause key. To enter a Charge Code,
press the Charge Code key after the telephone number.
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5. The machine dials the number and connects with the remote
machine. When you hear the fax tones press the Start key. If you
are using On Hook dialing and the remote operator answers, you
can pick up the handset* to talk. When you are finished talking
you can still send a document by requesting a fax tone and
pressing Start, then place the handset in the cradle.
Communicating
Job number:
022
5554444
The machine sends the document and returns to the Standby Mode.
* If a handset or telephone is installed.
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Alpha Dialing
Alpha dialing is used to dial by searching for the first character of the
name in the Speed Dial, One Touch Dial, and Group Phonebooks.
Refer to Chapter 2, “Setting up the Phonebook” to assign Speed Dial
and One Touch numbers or Chapter 5, “Transmitting Documents” to
assign Group numbers.
To dial the remote station using Alpha Dialing:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free memory
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. If desired, set the Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press the Phonebook key and select
for “Alpha dial”.
Enter the first letter at the prompt. Go to step 4.
Phonebook
1. Speed dial
2. Alpha dial
3. Group dial
Enter search name:
Name (20 max):
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4. Using the Keyboard, press the key that corresponds to the first
letter of the first name.
For example: To search for “Keith Doe Co.”, press:
Shift
Enter
K
5. Press the
names.
and
Enter search name:
[EXIT] to previous
Keith Doe Co.
[↑↓]
arrow keys to scroll through the
6. When the desired name is highlighted, press Start.
Speed dial:
Keith Doe Co.
after 2 seconds…
Scanning into memory
Job number:
Free memory:
001
007
91%
7. The machine automatically dials the phone number of the name
you selected, confirms the connection, and sends the document.
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Speed Dialing
Once you assigned a destination fax number as a Speed Dialing
number, you can dial your destination by entering the Speed Dial
number (001-999).
To use this function, the Speed Dial number must be programmed in
the Speed Dial Phonebook (see Chapter 2, “Presetting Speed Dial
Numbers”).
To dial a remote station using a Speed Dial number:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free memory
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press the Phonebook key.
4. Prompt for a Phonebook, select
for “Speed dial”.
Phonebook
1. Speed dial
2. Alpha dial
3. Group dial
Speed dial (1-999):
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5. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the Speed Dial number, then
press Start.
Speed dial
XEROX
after 2 seconds…
001
Scanning into memory
Job number:
Free memory:
041
85%
The machine automatically dials the phone number, confirms the
connection, and sends the document.
One Touch Dialing
If you programmed a remote party’s number to a One Touch key, you
can dial that number by pressing the corresponding One Touch key.
To use this function, the One Touch number must be programmed in
the Phonebook (see “Presetting One Touch Numbers”). To link a One
Touch Key to a Speed Dial or Group Number see “Presetting Speed
Dial Numbers” in Chapter 2 or “Presetting Group Numbers” in
Chapter 8.
To dial the remote station using One Touch dialing:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free memory
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press a One Touch key.
One touch key:
XEROX
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after 2 seconds…
Scanning into Memory
Job number:
Free memory
052
82%
The machine automatically dials the phone number, confirms the
connection, and sends the document.
Keypad Dialing
This feature allows you to dial your destination by entering the
number using the Numeric Keypad.
To dial the remote station using Keypad dialing:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free memory:
Dial or press Copy
92%
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Using the numeric keypad, enter the phone number and press
Start. To enter a pause, press the Pause key. To enter a Charge
Code, press the Charge Code key and enter the number after
the telephone number.
Fax number (128 max):
5551515
After 2 seconds...
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Scanning into memory
Job number:
Free memory:
017
92%
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The machine dials the number, confirms the connection, and sends
the document.
Automatic Redialing*
When the line of the party you are calling is busy, the machine
automatically redials the number according to the redial interval
selected.
Hint:
To change the redial settings, press:
Menu
(See Chapter 2, “Redial Count and Interval Default Setting”.)
If the line is not connected after the redial attempts, the machine goes
into a Transmission Error mode, and you must repeat the
transmission procedure.
If the Resend Stored Fax feature is active, the documents are
retained in memory and can be resent (see Chapter 8, “Resend
Stored Fax Setting”.)
Manual Redial Last Number (Off-hook)
This redial function enables you to transmit a document to the party of
the number last dialed by the operator using the machine.
To redial the last number, a fax number must be stored for resend or
you must load a document:
1. Pick up the handset, if available, or press:
Manual
Dial
Dial fax number
Fax number:
2. Press Redial key. The display indicates the last number dialed.
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3. When you hear the fax tone, press Start.
The machine dials the number. If the connection is confirmed the
document is sent. If the line is still busy, the job remains in the
pending job list.
Manual Redial Last 5 Numbers (On-hook)*
This redial function enables you to transmit a document to the party
among the five numbers last dialed by the operator using the
machine.
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free memory:
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. With the handset* placed on hook, press Redial/Pause.
Redial
Redial last number
12345
ENTER to start
Pause
4. Press the
and
arrow keys to select the number you
want to redial.
5. When the required Number is displayed, press Enter.
The machine dials the number. If the connection is confirmed the
document is sent. If the line is still busy, the job remains in the
pending job list.
*Not allowed in all markets.
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Chain Dialing
Chain Dialing allows you to dial numbers that may require many digits
with pauses for voice prompts or variations in number sequences.
You can combine sets of numbers (Speed Dialing, One Touch
Dialing, Alpha Dialing, and Keypad Dialing) and pauses by first
pressing the Chain key.
To Chain Dial:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Free Memory
Dial or press Copy
100%
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Chain Dial
Chain dial
Enter fax number
or press Phonebook
key or one touch key
4. To enter a One Touch, press the One Touch key.
To use the Numeric Keypad, enter the number and press Enter
To use Speed Dial or Alpha Dial, press Speed Dial. Select
or
, enter the Speed Dial number or select the Alpha name,
and press Enter.
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numbers.
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5. Repeat step 4 to enter additional numbers.
6. When all numbers are entered, press Start.
Scanning into memory
Job number:
017
Free memory:
100%
The machine dials the number, confirms the connection and sends
the document.
Charge Card Transmissions
The following example shows how Chain Dialling can be used when
you want to use a charge card having more than 20 digits. The
example assumes that:
•
The remote fax machine number is programmed to One Touch
key, OT1.
•
•
•
Charge card number is programmed to One Touch key, OT2.
Account number is programmed to Speed Dial, 001.
Password will be entered from Dial Keypad.
Procedure:
1. Load the document.
2. Select the resolution and contrast if desired.
3. Press the Chain Dial key.
4. Press OT1. (to dial the remote fax machine).
5. Press pause.
6. Press OT2. (to enter the charge card number).
7. Press pause.
8. Press Speed Dial 001. (to enter the account number).
9. Press pause.
10. Enter the password from the Dial Keypad.
The Fax will be sent.
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Manual Group Dialing
The machine can send a document to multiple numbers that you dial
manually. You do not need to program the numbers as a group for this
procedure. Enter numbers using the Numeric Keypad, One Touch
keys, or Speed Dial numbers.
To send a document to several numbers:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Manual
Group
Manual group
Enter fax number,
Phonebook
or one touch key
4. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the first number. If the
number is entered using a One Touch key, do not press Enter. If
the number is entered using Keypad or Speed Dialing, you must
press Enter.
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Note:
If you select the same entry twice, you are prompted to
delete or retain that second entry.
Manual group
[↑] to previous
Enter more
or press START
5. Repeat step 4 to enter additional numbers.
Note:
To modify or delete the number, use Menu or Down arrow
keys to select the desired number and then press Enter.
6. When you have entered all the numbers, press Start.
The machine dials each number in the group and sends the
document.
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5
Transmitting Documents
The WorkCentre offers various transmission modes to simplify the
faxing process. Each transmission mode may be performed using
any one of the dialing methods described in the previous section.
All documents are transmitted as background jobs unless you use the
Direct Send Transmission mode. If no other jobs are pending, the
machine begins dialing. When the line connects, the transmission
begins. You can set the machine to redial* up to 14 times if a busy
signal is detected.
If you use the Direct Send transmission mode, the machine transmits
the document without storing the image in a memory file. If the call
does not complete successfully, the machine does not retransmit the
document.
Many options can be combined with each job. For example, you can
select Cover Sheet and Delay Start prior to any job (Memory Send,
Group, Mailbox, etc.).
If a communication error occurs during the transmission and the
document is stored in memory, the machine resends beginning with
the first page that did not transmit successfully. When the
transmission completes successfully, the machine disconnects and
returns to the Standby Mode.
If the Confirmation Report feature is enabled, the machine
automatically prints a report after each transmission. To discontinue
printing the report, set the user option to OFF (See Chapter 9,
“Reports”).
* Not available in all markets.
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Memory
As the machine scans documents into memory, the available Free
Memory is reduced. As documents in memory are transmitted the
Free Memory is recovered. The number of pages that can be stored
in memory is dependent on the size of your Memory Module (see
Chapter 15, “Supplies and Optional Accessories” for available
Memory Module upgrades).
Job Numbers
Job numbers are assigned to communications that have been
scanned into memory. A Job Number is used to identify the
communication if there is a need to cancel a pending transmission
(see Chapter 6, “Cancelling Jobs”).
Job Number
Free Memory
Scanning Page
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Scanning into memory
Job number:
Free Memory:
Scanning page:
047
100%
XXX
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Memory Send or Direct Send Default Mode
In the “Memory Send” mode, the machine first scans the document
into memory, then dials the number and sends the fax. The Memory
Send mode allows up to 100 jobs to be reserved and sent as the line
becomes available. Any operation initiated using one of the dialing
methods: One Touch, Speed Dial, Alpha, or Keypad Dialing is
automatically performed as a Memory Send transmission.
The Direct Send mode can be selected as the default setting or
selected from the Control Panel for one operation. This mode can be
selected when residual memory is low or a very large document is to
be transmitted. In this mode the machine sends each page as it is
scanned.
Set the Memory Send mode to OFF to enable the Direct Send
transmission mode.
To change the default transmission mode:
1. Press:
Menu
Memory send
1. On
2. Off
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2. Select the default transmission mode:
To set Memory Send as the default mode, press
To set Direct Send as the default mode, press
.
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
Memory Send
With Memory Send mode, the document is first assigned a job
number for internal control of reserved communications. Up to 100
jobs can be reserved. The Job Number is used to identify a
communication reserved for transmission or polling-reception, should
it become necessary to cancel that operation. Once the Job Number
is assigned, the document is scanned into memory, then the remote
number is dialed and the fax is sent.
During Memory Send mode, documents can be sent anytime the
Standby Mode is displayed. If the facsimile telephone line is busy or
the line of the remote facsimile is busy, the document data is stored in
memory and is sent when the lines becomes available.
Note:
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Memory Send mode is limited by the available memory
and is not possible when the Free Memory is at or near
0%. If there is not enough available memory, a Memory
Full message is displayed. Press Stop and wait until
memory is available or use Direct Send from the ADF.
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To send a Document using the Memory Send mode:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Dial or press Copy
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Using one of the dialing methods, dial the fax number and press
Start, if necessary. (See Chapter 4, “Dialing Methods”.)
The machine assigns a job number and scans the document into
memory.
Scanning into memory
Job number: 022
Free memory: 92%
Scanning page: 004
After 2 seconds…
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Free memory 85%
Load document
The machine then dials the number, confirms the connection and
sends the fax.
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Direct Send
When the Direct Send default transmission mode is selected, the
machine first dials the remote fax machine and confirms the
connection. When the connection is confirmed the machine sends
each document page as it is scanned.
To send a single transmission in Direct Send Mode, refer to the
“Direct Send with Memory Send Selected” procedure that follows.
To send a document using the Direct Send mode as the default
transmission mode:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
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Dial or press Copy
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
Note:
You may select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
3. Using one of the dialing methods, dial the fax number and press
Start, if necessary. (See Chapter 4, “Dialing Methods”.)
Dialing
Job number:
022
5551212
The machine assigns a job number, dials the number and scans the
pages as they are transmitted.
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Direct Send with Memory Send Selected
When free memory becomes 0% due to many job reservations, a
Direct Send transmission can be performed manually even when the
default transmission mode is set to “Memory Send” (see “Memory
Send or Direct Send Default Mode” earlier in this Chapter).
Note:
If Direct Send is enabled, the document remains in the
Document Tray until the document is transmitted.
To manually perform a Direct Send transmission:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Direct
Send
Direct send
1. Yes
2. No
4. Press
to send the document.
To return to the Standby Mode without sending the document,
press
.
Free memory: 80%
Enter fax number
Note:
You can select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
5. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the fax number and press
Enter, if needed.
The machine assigns a job number, dials the number and transmits
the pages as they are scanned.
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Manual Send
Refer to “Manual Dial” in Chapter 4 “Dialing Methods”.
Delayed Start
Transmitting a document at a programmed time is known as a
Delayed Start. You can set up a job to begin one month in advance.
This feature permits cost savings by scheduling jobs during periods
when telephone rates are lower.
To set up a Delayed Start:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3.
Press:
Delay
Start
Send later
Time: HH:MM DD
:
4. Use the Numeric Keypad and the arrow keys to enter the time
and date you want the job to start, then press Enter.
Note:
If the 12-hour format is selected, use the arrow keys to
select am/pm. DD represents the day of the month. If a
number above 31 is entered, the job is started on the first
day of the following month.
Note:
You can select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
5. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the fax number and press
Start.
The document is scanned into memory and is transmitted at the
designated time.
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Priority Transmission
Use this procedure to send a document immediately, even when
other jobs are reserved in memory.
Note:
Only one transmission can be Priority Reserved.
To Priority Send a document:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Priority
Note:
Priority fax
Enter fax number,
or press Phonebook
key or one touch key
You can select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
4. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the remote fax number,
then press Enter, if needed.
The document is transmitted immediately or immediately
following the operation in process.
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Line Selection
The Line Selection key allows you to select the line you want the
WorkCentre to use when performing the current communication. The
Line Selection can also be designated when setting Speed Dial or
One Touch numbers for a remote party that requires this selection
every time. (Refer to Chapter 2, “Setting up the Phonebook”.)
To manually select the line for the current job:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. If desired, select the Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Line
Select
Line selection
1. Either line
2. Line #1
3. Line #2
4. Select the line to be used for this job:
To select either line, press
.
To select Line 1, press
.
To select Line 2, press
.
Free memory:
Enter fax number
Note:
100%
You may select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
5. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the fax number and press
Enter.
The document is scanned and sent using the line you selected.
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Charge Codes
The Charge Code function key is used to enter a charge code in a
telephone number.
Charge codes can be entered manually during Keypad dialing or
stored in the Speed Dial and One Touch numbers for dialing numbers
that always require this feature. (Refer to the Chapter 2, “Setting up
the Phonebook”.)
To enter a Charge Code when sending a document:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Using the Numeric Keypad, manually enter the fax number.
4. Press:
Charge
Code
Fax number (128 max):
5151212 +
5. The WorkCentre places a “+” in the phone number to indicate that
a Charge Code is to follow.
6. Enter the Charge Code.
Fax number (128 max):
5151212 + $$$
The Charge Code is entered and hidden with “$” symbols displayed in
place of the code.
7. Press Enter to start the job.
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Cover Sheet
The Cover Sheet feature attaches a cover sheet to the top of a
document being transmitted. The cover sheet can include a unique
image such as your company logo, as well as your station ID, the
receiving station’s ID and the page count. Using the Cover Sheet
feature replaces the routine of manually sending a cover sheet each
time you send a document.
The effective scanning image range is 5.9 inches (150 mm). Any
image outside the specified range is discarded. This feature will store
one image. If this procedure is repeated to store another image, a
Delete or Retain prompt is displayed. Selecting Delete allows you to
scan a new image. Selecting Retain returns you to the Standby
mode.
To use the cover sheet option, the cover sheet feature must first be
enabled, and the cover sheet created.
8.3 in.
(210 mm)
Effective
Range
5.9 in.
(150 mm)
Feed Direction
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Cover Sheet Setup
To set up a cover sheet for the first time, prepare an image to be
pasted to the cover sheet, then perform the following steps.
To enable the Cover Sheet feature:
1. If you would like to add an image to your cover sheet, load the
image document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Press:
Menu
***
Cover sheet
1. On
2. Off
3. Press
to enable the Cover Sheet option.
Load cover image
1. Yes
2. No
4. Select the Cover Sheet image option:
To create a cover sheet without an image, press
To add an image to your cover sheet, press
.
.
Cover sheet
Press START to store
***Menu item numbers may vary according to country configurations.
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5. Press Start to scan the image and paste it on your cover sheet.
The scanned image can appears on your cover sheet when you send
a document using the “Sending Documents with a Cover Sheet”
procedure.
Sending a Document with a Cover Sheet
Once you enable the Cover Sheet feature and create a Cover Sheet
image (if desired), perform the following steps when sending a
document.
To send a document with a Cover Sheet:
1. Load a document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Cover
Sheet
Cover sheet
1. Send
2. Print
4. Select the Cover Sheet option:
To print a Cover Sheet, press
.
To attach a Cover Sheet when sending this document, press
.
Enter to: Name
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5. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter the name of the
person or company the document is being sent to, then press
Enter.
Enter from: Name
6. Using the Keyboard and Numeric Keypad, enter your name or
company name, then press Enter.
Free memory: 100%
Enter fax number
Note:
You can select another option for this job. Refer to the
selected option for the procedure.
7. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the fax number and press
Enter if necessary.
The document is sent with a Cover Sheet, if selected, and the
machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Batching
When multiple documents with the same destination are sent in a
single transmission, the process is called batching. The machine
automatically batches documents intended for the same destination if
the delay start time and other options are the same.
To intentionally send multiple documents in a batch transmission,
perform the sending procedure for each document, setting the send
criteria the same for each job. Batching “automatically” occurs with
documents with the same destination address, designated with the
same options. When there is any variation in options designated,
batching does not occur.
Hint:
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You can “intentionally” batch by using One Touch dialing
keys to ensure that the same phone number, locations,
and time are used.
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Confirming a Transmission
After sending a document, you can confirm whether your machine
sent the document successfully. The following confirmation features
are available:
•
End Tone — When a transmission completes normally, a short
tone is generated and the unit returns to the standby mode. If a
communication error occurs while attempting to connect to the
remote party, a long tone is generated and an error indication is
displayed. Press the Stop key to clear the error message.
•
Activity Report — To print a summary of the last 40
communications, press the Activity key. The WorkCentre can
also be set to automatically print an Activity Report (Refer to
Chapter 9, “Reports”.)
•
Confirmation Report — A Confirmation Report can be printed
automatically following each transmission or only following error
occurrences. (Refer to Chapter 9.)
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One Time Fax Options
Before sending a document, you can set up various options that
effect only the current job. With the document in the Document Tray,
set each option you want to apply to that job, then using one of the
dialing methods, send the fax. The following options can be set for an
individual transmission:
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Option
Description
Number of
Pages
Prints the designated number of pages at the top of the
recording paper for Direct Send Transmissions only.
Listen to Dial
Turns the speaker ON to monitor the line tones.
ECM Disable
When the ECM default mode is set to On, allows you to
disable ECM for the current transmission .
Send then
Poll
Sends a document, then polls a document from the remote
machine during the same transmission.
Secure Send
Transmission
The WorkCentre compares the number you dialed with the
remote machine’s ID. If the numbers do not match, the
document is not sent.
Send After
Scan
Once the Send After Scan Mode Default Setting is set to
Off, this feature allows you enable the Send After Scan
mode for a single transmission.
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Number of Pages
This feature allows you to set the total number of pages in a Direct
Send job for the current job. You do not need to select this feature for
Memory Send since the machine automatically totals the number of
scanned images. The number of pages is printed in the header by the
receiving machine.
To set the Total Number of Pages:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Press Direct Send.
3. Press:
Menu
Number of pages
Pages (1-999):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the total number of pages in the
job, then press Enter.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
5. Press Menu to select additional fax options or, using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, then press Enter, if
necessary.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Listen to Dial
Enable this feature to listen to the fax tone during the send and polling
operations (this is a one time procedure). To enable this feature for all
send, receive, and polling operations, refer to Line Monitor Default
Settings** in Chapter 2.
To set the Listen to Dial feature:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Listen to dial
1. On
2. Off
4. Select the Listen to Dial option:
To enable fax tones, press
.
To disable fax tones, press
.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
5. Press Menu to select additional fax options or, using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, press Enter.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
** Not available in earlier versions of the WorkCentre. Menu item numbers may vary
according to configurations.
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Send then Poll
This feature performs two operations, transmit and poll, in a single
operation. If the remote machine has a document set to be polled, the
polling document is received after your document is sent, during the
same call (this is a one time procedure).
To set the Send then Poll feature:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Send then poll
1. On
2. Off
4. Select the Send then Poll option:
To enable the Send then Poll feature, press
.
To disable the Send then Poll feature, press
, then go to
step 6.
Send then poll
Add security code?
1. Yes
2. No
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5. Select the Security option:
To enter a Security Code, press
, then use the Numeric
Keypad to enter a 4-digit code, and press Enter.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
If you do not wish to enter a security code, press
.
6. Press Menu to select additional fax options, or using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, then press Enter if
necessary.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
The document is sent. If this feature is enabled, the document set to
poll is received, then the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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ECM Disable
Once the Error Correction Mode Default Setting is set to “ON”, this
feature allows you to disable the ECM mode for a single transmission.
Once that transmission is complete, the default status is regained.
Note:
ECM must be set to On when the 33.6K BPS Modem is
installed. Disabling ECM also turns the 33.6K BPS Modem
off. If the ECM Default setting is set to “OFF”, the ECM
Disable feature is not available. (See Chapter 2, “Error
Correct — ECM Default Setting”.)
To set the ECM feature:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Error correct — ECM
1. On
2. Off
4. Select the ECM option:
To send the document using ECM, press
.
To disable the ECM Mode for this transmission, press
.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
5. Press Menu to select additional fax options, or using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, then press Enter if
necessary.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Secure Send Transmission
The Secure Send feature prevents your machine from sending to an
incorrectly dialed number. With this function enabled, the dialed
number is compared to the remote machine ID telephone number.
The transmission is possible only when the numbers match.
Note:
This feature is used for one operation. To set the secure
send feature on all future transmissions, see “Secure Send
Settings” later in this chapter.
To set the Secure Send feature:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Secure send
1. On
2. Off
4. Select the Secure Send option:
To enable the Secure Send Mode, press
.
To disable the Secure Send Mode, press
.
Free memory 100%
Enter fax number
5. Press Menu to select additional fax options, or using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, then press Enter.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Send After Scan Enable
Once the Send After Scan Mode Default Setting is set to “OFF”, this
feature allows you enable the Send After Scan mode for a single
transmission. Once that transmission is complete, the default status
is regained.
To set the Send After Scan feature:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Send after scan
1. Yes
2. No
4. Select the Send After Scan option.
To enable the Send After Scan Mode for this transmission, press
, then go to step 5.
To disable the Send After Scan Mode for this transmission, press
, then go to step 6.
When memory full
1. Delete scan pages
2. Send scan pages
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5. Select the memory full option.
To delete the pages being scanned, press
To send the pages being scanned, press
.
.
Free memory
Enter fax number
100%
6. Press Menu to select additional fax options, or using one of the
dialing methods, enter the fax number, then press Enter if
necessary.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Advanced Transmissions
Using an Account Code
Entering an account code when sending a document to a remote
party allows you to track the activity to that party. The account code
entry is effective for the current operation.
To use this feature, the Account Code Default Setting must be set to
“ON”. (See “Account Code Default Setting” on the next page.)
To check Account Code usage, print the Activity Report. (See
Chapter 9, “Reports”.)
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the fax number and press
Enter, if necessary.
Enter account code
or press START
4. Enter a 4-digit Account Code and press Start,
— or —
To transmit the document without an Account Code, press Start.
The document is sent and the machine returns to the Standby
Mode. If an Account Code was used, it is recorded on the Activity
Report.
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Account Code Default Setting
The Account Code feature allows you to enter an account number
when transmitting documents to a remote party. The account code is
printed along with the transmission information on the Activity Report,
allowing you to check the activity to that party.
1. To set the Account Code default setting:
Press:
Menu
***
Account code
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Account Code option:
To enable the Account Code feature, press
.
To disable the Account Code feature, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configuration.
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Transmitting Using a Department Code
When the Department Code option is set, the “Enter Dept. code”
screen is displayed.
To set or change Department Codes, refer to Chapter 2, “Changing
Department Codes”.
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Free memory 100%
Enter dept. code
To use the machine:
Enter the 5-digit Department Code, then press Enter.
The standby mode screen displays.
If no activity is performed within 1 minute after entering the
Department Code, the display returns to the “Enter Dept. code”
screen.
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Resend Stored Fax Default Setting
Normally, when a transmission can not be completed, the machine
automatically attempts to send the document according to the redial
criteria. When the number of attempts exceeds the redial counter, the
document is cleared from the memory.
With the Resend Stored Fax feature enabled, any document which
exceeds the number of redials set is not cleared, but saved in
memory for the specified length of time. See the “Resend Stored Fax”
procedure that follows, to resend the stored document.
Note:
When the Resend Stored Fax feature is enabled, the
stored time is recorded in the Pending Jobs Report (see
Chapter 12).
To set the Resend Stored Fax default setting:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Resend stored fax
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Resend Stored Fax option:
To enable the Resend Stored Fax feature, press
.
To disable the Resend Stored Fax feature, press
, then
press Stop to return to the Standby mode.
Resend stored fax
Store for (01-24) hrs:
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3. Use the Numeric Keypad to enter the number of hours (you must
use 2 digits) for the machine to store the document, then press
Enter.
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
Resending a Stored Fax
When the Resend Stored Fax feature is enabled, any document that
exceeds the number of allowed redials is not cleared, but saved in
memory for a specified length of time. Perform this procedure to
resend a fax that is stored for resending. If the facsimile number you
dialed was not correct, you can change the number before resending
the document. Each time this procedure is performed, the number of
redials counter is reset.
To resend a stored fax:
1. Press:
Resend
2. Press the
resending.
Resend stored fax
ENTER to start
CANCEL to delete
[↑ ↓] to search
or
keys to view the jobs stored for
If the job you want to resend was dialed using the Numeric Keypad
and with no Fax Options, go to Step 3. If the job you want to resend
was other than the above, go to Step 5.
3. While viewing the job to resend, press Enter or Start. (If the
original job was dialed using the keypad, the next screen will
allow the phone number to be changed).
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4. Select the Change option:
To resend the job without changing the facsimile number, press
. The machine starts dialing the number.
To resend the job with a different facsimile number, press
.
1. Start
2. Send to one number
3. Change
5. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the new facsimile number.
Fax number (128max):
1234567890
6. Press Enter.
The designated job is resent, then the machine returns to the Standby
Mode.
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Secure Send Setting
When the Secure Send Mode is enabled, all transmissions are
secure. The machine compares the number dialed to the remote
machines ID telephone number and if the numbers match, the
document is sent.
Refer to the “One Time Fax Options,” earlier in this chapter, to send a
secured individual transmission.
To enable Secure Send:
1. Press:
Menu
Secure send
1. On
2. Off
2. Select the Secure Send option:
To enable the Secure Send feature, press
.
To disable the Secure Send feature, press
.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
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ITU-T Relay Communications
Relay Communication allows you to send documents from your fax
machine (initiating station) to one fax machine (relay station), which
further sends them to additional fax machines (end stations). If you
have several end stations in one or more regional areas you can save
time and phone expense by setting up a relay system.
ITU-T Relay Transmission
To perform a ITU-T relay operation, the following information must be
programmed in your machine.
Initiating Station Setup:
•
Assign the relay station telephone number to a One Touch Key or
Speed Dial number
Relay Station Setup:
•
The relay station must program the end station telephone
numbers to Speed Dial numbers One Touch numbers or Group
numbers. Up to 50 speed dial numbers or one touch numbers or
groups can be programmed. The relay station must use the
“Presetting Relay Box” procedure.
•
The relay station must provide these numbers and any required
passwords to the Initiating Station.
Example:
1 Originator
Initiating
Station
Relay station
box number/
password/relay
station number
programmed to
a Speed Dial
number or One
Touch key on
the Initiating
Station.
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1 Relay
Station
Relay
Box
Relay box
numbers/passw
ords/end station
numbers
programmed to
Speed Dial
numbers, One
Touch keys, or
Groups.
End Stations (up to
50 stations/groups)
End
Station
End
Station
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To perform a ITU-T Relay Transmission:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Mailbox
Send (Relay)
Box number (20 max):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad enter a relay box number, then press
Enter.
Setup password
1. Yes
2. No
Note:
A Password is required receive to a Relay Box.
5. Select the Password option:
To assign a password, press
and go to step 6.
If you do not want to assign a password, press
and go to
step 7.
Enter password
Password (20 max):
6. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the password you want to
assign to this box, then press Enter.
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Send (Relay)
Enter fax number.
or press Phonebook
key or one touch key
7. Enter the Speed Dial or One Touch key that you preset for the
Relay Station, (You must press Phonebook, then press Enter
before entering a speed dial number).
The document is sent to the Relay Station. The Relay Station will
then retransmit the document to the specified End Stations.
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Presetting ITU-T Relay Box
You can assign up to 100 Relay Boxes. Each relay box can contain
up to 50 End Stations that are preset to Speed Dial numbers or One
Touch keys or Groups.
Originator
Relay Boxes in
Relay Station
End Stations
End
Station
Relay
Box
End
Station
End
Station
Initiating
Station
Relay
Box
Relay
Box
End
Station
End
Station
End
Station
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To preset a Relay Box at the relay station:
1. Press:
Mailbox
Enter mailbox new#
Box number (20 max.)
2. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter a mailbox number, then press
Enter.
Program password
1. Yes
2. No
3. Select the Password option:
To assign a password, press
and go to step 4.
If you do not want to assign a password, press
step 5.
and go to
Enter password
Password(20 max.):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the password you want to
assign to this box, then press Enter.
Relay end number
Enter phonebook key
or one touch key
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5. Enter a Speed Dial Number, Name, One Touch Key, or Group
Number you want to assign to the End Station.
To assign a One Touch Key to the End Station:
Press the One Touch Key you want to assign to the End Station.
To assign a Speed Dial Number to the End Station:
Press:
Phonebook
Press the Speed Dial Number you want to assign to the End
Station, then press Enter.
To assign a Name to the End Station:
Press:
Phonebook
Select the Name you want to assign to the End Station, then
press Enter.
To assign a Group Number to the End Station:
Press:
Phonebook
Press the Group Number you want to assign to the End Station,
then press Enter.
Relay end number
One touch key
Enter more
or press START
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6. Repeat step 5 to enter additional numbers.
7. When you complete assigning all the End Stations, press Start.
Transmission report
Enter fax number,
speed dial or OT
Enter to complete
8. To send the result of transmission to the End Stations, select the
locations by using the One Touch Key, Numeric Keypad, or
Speed Dial Number. If you use the Numeric Keypad or Speed
Dial Number, press Enter to complete. To skip this selection,
press Enter.
9. The Mail Box Setup screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Deleting a Relay Box
Hint:
To print a list of all documents in your ITU-T mailboxes,
press:
Mailbox
(See Chapter 9 “Reports”.)
To delete a Relay Box:
1. Press:
Mailbox
Mailbox setup
1. Done
2. Mailbox setup
3. Mailbox delete
2. Select the Mailbox option:
To return to the Standby Mode, press
To delete a Relay Box, press
.
.
Delete mailbox#
Box number (20max.):
3. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the box number you want to
delete, then press Enter. (If a password has been assigned to
this box, enter the password and press Enter.)
4. The menu Selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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6
Cancelling Jobs
Jobs on the WorkCentre can be cancelled by pressing the Job
Status key or the Cancel Job key.
Active jobs on the WorkCentre can be cancelled by pressing the Job
Status key. The Job Status key allows you to monitor and cancel the
active job being processed.
Pending jobs can be cancelled by pressing the Cancel Job key and
selecting from the list of pending jobs. The Cancel Job key allows
you to cancel pending jobs by job type.
Pressing Stop alone does not cancel a Memory or Pending job. You
must use the Cancel Job or Job Status keys to initiate the cancel
procedure.
Stop Key
The Stop key is used to eject the document from the scanner prior to
scanning, and to cancel Direct Send jobs.
Job Status Key
The active job can be monitored in the display and cancelled if
desired. When you press the Job Status key, the job currently being
processed is displayed.
To monitor and/or cancel the active job:
1. Press:
Job Status
Dialing
Job number:
006
5551212
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2. If you would like to cancel the displayed job, press
Cancel Job
3. Press
Cancel this job?
Job number:
1. Yes
2. No
to cancel the displayed job, or press
010
to return
to the Standby Mode.
The machine returns to the Standby Mode.
Cancel Job Key
Pending jobs can be cancelled as they are confirmed in the display.
The Cancel Job key allows you to cancel the following types of jobs:
•
Send — Cancels an active job or a reserved Memory Send job.
Following jobs may be displayed.
— Send to one number
— Group send
— Send to poll-one
— Send to multi-poll
— Send to private box
— ITU-T relay org.
— ITU-T relay rly.
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•
•
Incoming call — Cancels a job currently being received.
•
•
Poll — Cancels a reserved “Polling” job.
•
Job Number — Enter a job number you want to cancel.
Document in ADF — Cancels a Direct Send job in the Document
Tray.
Document to be polled — Cancels a “Storing a Document to be
Polled” job reserved on your machine to be polled.
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To cancel a pending job:
1. Press:
**
Cancel Job
Cancel job
1. Send
2. Incoming call
3. Poll
4. Doc to be polled
5. Job number
2. Select the type of job you want to cancel.
To cancel an Incoming Reception, press
.
To cancel a Memory Send transmission, press
To cancel a Polling operation, press
.
To cancel a Document Waiting to be Polled, press
To cancel a Job Number, press
.
.
.
Cancel job
ENTER to cancel
Previous [ ↑ ]
Next [ ↓ ]
** If no job is reserved for the job type, such job type is not displayed and the displayed
numbers vary.
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The first pending job of the type selected is displayed.
Note:
If no key is pressed within 5 seconds, the first pending job
is displayed.
3. Press the
and
arrow keys to view each pending job
of this type.
Type of job
Remote number
Time job was reserved
Job number
Send to one number
5551212
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Job number:
043
4. When the job you want to cancel is displayed, press Enter.
Cancel this job?
Job number
1. Yes
2. No
5. To cancel the displayed job, press
043
.
To exit this mode without cancelling a job, press
.
The machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Direct Send Jobs
Use this procedure only if the document is in the process of being
transmitted in the Direct Send mode. If the Direct Send job is in the
Redial Mode the job is a pending job. Refer to the Cancel Job key.
1. If the document is being transmitted, press Stop.
Cancel this job?
1. XXXXX
2. No
2. To cancel the job, press
.
The job is cancelled and the document feeds through the
scanner.
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Polling
7
Polling
Polling Communications
The Polling function key allows you to poll a remote machine (Poll), set
up a document to be polled by a remote machine (Be Polled), or poll
multiple remote machines during the same operation (Group or
Continuous Poll).
The Polling feature allows you to retrieve a document from a remote
machine when you call that machine.
You can also transmit a document to a remote machine when the
remote machine calls you.
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Storing a Document to be Polled
This feature stores documents in polling boxes on your machine to be
retrieved by others. The following types of Polling boxes are
available.
•
Poll-once Box — Documents stored in a poll-once box are
cleared when they are polled. When storing a document to be
polled, you can designate the following security options to be
required by the polling machine when retrieving your documents.
-
A 4-digit security code 0000-9999. Only WorkCentre Pro 745,
635, 645, 657, 655, 755 machines can poll your machine.
-
The remote machine fax number.
Both the remote machine fax number and a 4-digit security
code.
Only 1 transmission can be reserved in a poll-once box without
security options assigned.
•
Multi-poll Box — Documents stored in a multi-poll box are
retained in memory regardless of how many times they are
polled. No security options are available for multi-poll boxes.
Only one transmission can be reserved to a multi-poll box at a
given time.
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Storing a Document to be Polled in a Poll-once Box
This feature stores a document in a Poll-once box and prepares your
machine to be polled once by a remote machine. The document is
deleted after polling.
You can attach security requirements to the document.
You can store a document to a Poll-once box (without security), or a
multi-poll box, but not both.
You can store a document to both a Poll-once box (with security) and
a Multi-poll box.
Note:
Group Polling is initiated when the Group Number is
assigned to a One Touch key. (See “Presetting Group
Numbers”.)
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Scan to be polled:
1. Poll-once box
2. Multi-poll box
4. To store the document in a Poll-once box, press
.
Security/fax number?
1. No
2. Security code
3. Fax number
4. Security & Fax nbr
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5. Select the security option for storing in this Poll-once box.
To select no security, press
and go to step 7. (If you stored
a document in a Multi-poll box you can not store a document
without a security code). Any fax machine can poll your machine.
To select a 4-digit security code, press
To select a remote fax number, press
and go to step 6.
and go to step 6.
Only the selected remote fax machine can poll your machine.
To select both a security code and a Fax Number, press
and go to step 6.
Scan to be polled:
security code
Scan to be polled:
– or –
Secure fax (20 max):
6. Using the numeric keypad, enter the 4-digit Security Code, or the
fax number of the remote polling machine, or both. Press Enter
after each entry.
Note:
If a document is already reserved in a Poll-once box and
you select the same security features and numbers, you
are prompted to delete it, retain it or add the new
document to it.
7. The document is scanned into memory and is waiting to be
polled. If a security code was used, provide the 4 digit number to
the polling machine operator.
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Storing a Document to be Polled in a Multi-poll Box
This feature stores a document in a Multi-poll box and prepares your
machine to be polled multiple times by various remote machines. You
can only store one document in a Multi-poll box. The document is
retained in memory regardless of how many times it is polled.
If a document is stored in a Poll-once box (without security), you
cannot store a document in a Multi-poll box (see “Polling a Remote
Document (Poll-once or Multi-poll Box)”, in this Chapter).
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Scan to be polled:
1. Poll-once box
2. Multi-poll box
Note:
If a document is reserved in a Multi-poll box you are
prompted to delete it, retain it or add the new document
to it.
4. To store the document in a Multi-poll box, press
. If you
stored a document without a security code in a Poll-once box you
cannot store a document in the Multi-poll box.
The document is scanned and stored in the Multi-poll box. When a
polling machine calls, the document will be transmitted.
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Cancelling Documents Stored in a Polling Box
To cancel a polling job refer to Chapter 6, “Cancelling Jobs”.
Modifying Documents Stored in a Polling Box
Once a document is stored in a polling box, additional documents
may replace it or be added to it. If a document is present in the polling
box you have selected, the “Already Assigned” screen displays.
To replace or add to a document stored in a Poll box:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Scan to be polled:
1. Poll-once box
2. Multi-poll box
4. To select Poll-once box press
, and go to step 5.
To select Multi-poll box, press
, and go to step 7.
Security/fax number?
1. No
2. Security code
3. Fax number
4. Security & Fax nbr
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5. Select the type of security used when the previous document was
stored to the Poll-once box.
If no security was used, press
, then go to step 7.
If only a security code was used, press
.
If only the remote fax number was used, press
.
If both the remote fax number and a security code were used,
press
.
Scan to be polled:
Security code
Scan to be polled:
– or –
Secure fax (20 max):
6. Using the numeric keypad, enter the Security Code, Fax Number
or both that were used when the previous document was stored
in this Poll-once box. Press the Enter key after each entry.
Already assigned
1. Delete
2. Add +
3. Retain
7. Select the change option:
To delete and replace the stored document, press
. The
document is scanned and the machine returns to the Standby
Mode.
To add this document to the stored document, press
document is scanned and assigned a job number.
The machine returns to the Standby Mode.
To retain the current stored document, press
. The
and then
press Stop. The machine returns to the Standby Mode.
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Polling a Remote Document (Poll-once or Multi-poll Box)
Use this procedure to poll a document from a remote machine. If the
remote operator stored the document with a security code, you must
enter that same security code to poll the document. If a security code
is used the document can only be polled by other WorkCentre Pro
745, 635, 645, 657, 655, 755 machines.
To poll a document from a remote machine:
1. Press:
Menu
Poll one number
Enter fax number
2. Enter the fax number, press Start.
Poll
Add security code?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Select the security code option:
If a security code is required, press
. Then enter the Security
Code obtained from the remote operator, then press Enter.
If no Security Code is required by the sending machine, press
.
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The machine dials the number and retrieves the document.
-or4. Using one of the dialing methods, dial the remote telephone
number, then press Start if necessary.
Load document
To poll
press START
Group Polling
Use this procedure to poll documents from multiple remote machines
with one operation, using a preset Group Number (see “Presetting
Group Numbers” earlier in this chapter).
A maximum of 50 groups can be preset for use with Multiple Polling
Receptions.
Note:
Group Polling is initiated when the Group Number is
assigned to a One Touch key. (See “Presetting Group
Numbers”).
To poll documents from Multiple Remote Machines:
1. Press:
Menu
Poll one number
Enter fax number
2. Press:
Manual
Group
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Poll a group
Enter fax number
or press Phonebook
key or one touch Key
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3. Using the numeric keypad, Phonebook or One Touch keys,
enter the number and press Enter if necessary. Groups can also
be entered if preset to a One Touch key.
4. Repeat step 3 until you entered each number you want to include
in the Group Poll.
5. Press Start.
Poll a group
Add security code?
1. Yes
2. No
Note:
All machines must use the same poll security code.
6. Select the Group Poll Security option:
To poll a group of numbers that do not require a Security Code,
press
.
To enter a Security Code, press
.
Poll a group
Security code:
7. Using the numeric keypad, enter the required Security Code,
then press Enter.
The machine dials each number in the group and retrieves the
document.
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Continuous Polling*
Use this procedure to poll the same machine or group of machines
frequently, you can set up your machine to automatically perform this
task on a regular schedule. When the Continuous Polling feature is
active, your machine polls and receives documents from the
designated machines, at the same time, on each day you have
selected.
Only one Continuous Polling operation can be reserved at a time. To
delete the reserved Continuous Poll operation refer to “Deleting
Continuous Poll Jobs”.
To set the Continuous Polling feature:
1. Press:
Menu
Continuous poll
Interval 10-70min:
0
Note:
The interval is the period of time between polling
procedures. Possible settings are 10 to 70 minutes, in 10
minute increments.
2. Enter the polling interval (first digit only), then press Enter.
Continuous poll
Start/Stop time:
08:00 -17:00
* Not allowed in all markets.
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3. Enter the Polling start time and stop time, then press Enter.
Continuous poll
[ ↑ ↓ ] for setting
Start/Stop days:
Mon-Fri
Mon
4. Using the up and down arrow keys, select the starting day of the
week. When the starting day you want is blinking, press Enter.
5. Using the up and down arrow keys, select the stopping day of the
week. When the stopping day of the week is blinking, press
Enter.
Continuous poll
Enter fax number
or press Phonebook
key or one touch key
6. Using the dialing methods, enter the remote machine facsimile
numbers, and press Enter if necessary.
Continuous poll
One touch key:
Enter more
or press START
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7. When you finish entering telephone numbers, press Start.
Continuous poll
Security code:
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Note:
If using a security code for this poll operation, all machines
must be set with the same code.
8. If required, enter a 4-digit Security Code, then press Enter.
Continuous Polling starts when the machine clock reaches the start
time.
Deleting Continuous Poll Jobs
To modify the continuous poll operation, you must delete and reenter
the information.
To delete a Continuous Poll Job:
1. Press:
Menu
Already assigned
1. Delete
2. Retain
2. To delete the Continuous Poll Job, press
return to the Standby Mode.
. Press Stop to
The Continuous Poll Job is deleted and the machine returns to the
Standby Mode.
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Notes:
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Mailbox Communications
8
Mailbox Communications
Mailbox ITU-T Communications
The Mailbox ITU-T function key provides mailbox communications
with any compatible remote machine using ITU-T standards. ITU-T is
an international fax industry standards organization.
Using the Mailbox ITU-T function requires that the mailbox numbers
be setup on the mailbox station before a document can be stored at
that station. The ITU-T mailbox numbers are also used as the
WorkCentre Sub address. Refer to “Attaching an ITU-T Sub address”
in Chapter 8. Sub addressing is normally used to route fax files to fax
users on a Local area Network (LAN).
Documents can be stored in mailboxes on your local machine or
remote machines to be retrieved by others.
Depending on the type of mailbox you choose, you can control the
number of times a document can be polled and by whom.
The following types of mailboxes are available:
•
Confidential Box — Once a document is polled or printed from
the box, it is cleared. If a document is stored with the same box
number where another document is already present, the new
document is added to the old one. A password can be entered for
secure transmissions. A password is required for local and
remote Secure Polling operations.
•
Bulletin Board Box — A document is not cleared when it is
polled or printed from the box. If another document is stored with
the same box number where another document is already
present, it replaces that document. A password can be entered
for secure polling operations. A password is required for local and
remote secure transmissions and receptions.
Mailbox Reception Reports:
Your WorkCentre can be set to automatically print a report whenever
a document is stored in one of its ITU-T mailboxes either by a remote
user or locally. See Chapter 9, “Reports”.
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Local Mailbox (ITU-T)
Once you preset the ITU-T mailbox numbers on your own machine,
you can store documents in them for others to retrieve.
The number of users that can access your documents and the
required security is dependent on the type of box you store the
document in, and the security setup for that box.
Creating an ITU-T Mailbox
Before documents can be stored, the mailbox number must be setup
in your mailbox station.
•
Confidential —To allow polling a Confidential Mailbox, a
password must be setup when creating ITU-T mailboxes.
•
Bulletin Board —To transmit or receive to a Bulletin Board
Mailbox, a password must be setup when creating ITU-T
mailboxes.
Hint:
To print a list of all documents in your ITU-T mailboxes,
press:
Menu
(See Chapter 9 “Reports”.)
To create a mailbox:
1. Press:
Mailbox
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Mailbox setup
1. Done
2. Mailbox setup
3. Mailbox delete
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2. Select the Mailbox option.
To return to the Standby Mode, press
To create a mailbox, press
.
, then go to step 4.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
4. Select the type of Mailbox you want to create.
Mailbox type
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
To create a Confidential Mailbox, press
.
To create a Bulletin Board type Mailbox, press
.
Enter mailbox new #
Box number (20 max):
5. Using the Numeric Keypad enter a mailbox number, then press
Enter.
Setup password
1. Yes
2. No
Note:
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A password is required to transmit or receive to a Bulletin
Board Mailbox, or to poll a Confidential Mailbox.
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6. Select the Password option:
To assign a password, press
and go to step 7.
If you do not want to assign a password, press
and go to
step 8.
Enter password
Password (20 max):
7. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the password you want to
assign to this box, then press Enter.
8. The display will return to the mailbox setup screen. You may add
additional mailboxes by selecting
standby mode by pressing
, or you can return to the
or Stop.
Deleting an ITU-T Mailbox
Hint:
To print a list of all documents in your ITU-T mailboxes,
press:
Menu
(See Chapter 9 “Reports”.)
To delete a mailbox:
1. Press:
Mailbox
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Mailbox setup
1. Done
2. Mailbox setup
3. Mailbox delete
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2. Select the Mailbox option.
To return to the Standby Mode, press
To delete a mailbox, press
.
.
Delete Mailbox #
Box Number (20 max):
3. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the box number you want to
delete, then press Enter. (If a password has been assigned to
this box, enter the password and press Enter.)
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
Storing a Document in a Local ITU-T Mailbox
To store a document in your local mailbox:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Mailbox
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Mailbox
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
4. Box setup
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4. Select the type of mailbox in which to store the document.
To store in a Confidential mailbox, press
To store in a Bulletin Board mailbox, press
.
.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
– or –
Bulletin board
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
5. To store a document in a local mailbox, press
.
Store (Confidential)
Box number (20 max):
– or –
Store (Bull. board)
Box number (20 max):
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6. Using the Numeric Keypad enter the mailbox number, then press
Enter.
Note:
If you selected Bulletin Board and entered a password
when creating this ITU-T Mailbox number , you must enter
that same password here to store the document.
7. Enter a password if required, then press Enter.
The document is stored in the mailbox you selected.
Printing a Document Stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox
You need to know the type of mailbox the document is stored in and
the mailbox number. If the document is stored in a Confidential
Mailbox with a password, you also need to know the password.
To print a document from your local ITU-T mailbox:
1. Press:
Mailbox
Mailbox
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
4. Box setup
2. Select the type of mailbox you want to print the document from.
To print from a Confidential mailbox, press
To print from a Bulletin Board mailbox, press
.
.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
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– or –
Bulletin board
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
3. To print from a local mailbox, press
.
Print (Confidential)
Box number (20 max):
– or –
Print (Bull board)
Box number (20 max):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad enter the mailbox number, then press
Enter.
Note:
If you entered a password when creating the Confidential
Mailbox, you must enter that password here to print the
document.
5. Enter the password if required, then press Enter.
The WorkCentre prints the document from the ITU-T mailbox you
selected, then returns to the Standby Mode.
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Deleting a Document Stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox
To delete documents stored in ITU-T mailboxes on your machine,
you must know the box number and password, if required.
Hint:
To print a list of all documents stored in ITU-T mailboxes,
press:
Menu
(See Chapter 9, “Reports”.)
To delete a document stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox:
1. Press:
Mailbox
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
4. Box setup
Mailbox
2. Select the type of mailbox you want to delete the document from.
To delete from a Confidential mailbox, press
.
To delete from a Bulletin Board mailbox, press
.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
– or –
Bulletin board
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
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3. To delete a document from a local mailbox, press
.
Delete (Confidential)
Box number (20 max):
– or –
Delete (Bull board)
Box number (20 max):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad, enter the mailbox number, then press
Enter.
5. If you entered a password when creating this mailbox number,
enter that same password, then press Enter.
The document stored in the mailbox you selected is deleted.
Remote ITU-T Mailbox
The Send to a Remote Mailbox feature allows you to send a
document to an ITU-T Mailbox on a remote machine.
Sending to a Remote ITU-T Mailbox
You can transmit a document to either a confidential ITU-T mailbox or
a bulletin board.
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Feature
Description
Confidential
Sending a document to a Remote Confidential
Mailbox requires only the remote mailbox number.
Bulletin Board
Remote Bulletin Board Mailboxes must be setup
with a password. Obtain the ITU-T mailbox number
and password from the remote user to use in the
following procedure.
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To send documents to a Remote Mailbox:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Mailbox
Mailbox
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
4. Box setup
4. Select the type of mailbox you want to send the document to.
To send to a Confidential mailbox, press
To send to a Bulletin Board mailbox, press
.
.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
– or –
Bulletin board
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
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5. To send to a remote mailbox, press
.
Send (Confidential)
Box number (20 max):
– or –
Send (Bulletin board)
Box number (20 max):
6. Using the Numeric Keypad enter the remote Confidential or
Bulletin Board mailbox number, then press Enter.
Note:
For Bulletin Board transmissions, the remote machine
must be setup with a Bulletin Board Mailbox Password.
7. If you selected Bulletin Board, enter the password preset in the
remote machine’s Bulletin Board mailbox, then press Enter.
8. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the phone number of the
remote mailbox station, then press Enter if necessary.
The document is sent to the remote station and stored in the box type
you selected.
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Polling a Remote ITU-T Mailbox
To retrieve documents stored in an ITU-T mailbox of a remote
machine, you need to know the type of box the document is stored in,
and the ITU-T mailbox number. If the Mailbox requires a password,
you also need the password.
When polling, the Remote Confidential Mailbox must be setup with a
password. Obtain the ITU-T mailbox number and password from the
remote user to use in the following procedure.
To poll a document from a remote mailbox:
1. Press:
Mailbox
Mailbox
1. Confidential
2. Bulletin board
3. Relay
4. Box setup
2. Select the type of mailbox from which you want to retrieve the
document.
To retrieve from a Confidential mailbox, press
.
To retrieve from a Bulletin Board mailbox, press
.
Confidential
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
– or –
Bulletin Board
1. Print mailbox
2. Send to mailbox
3. Poll from mailbox
4. Store to mailbox
5. Delete contents
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3. To poll a remote mailbox, press
.
Poll (Confidential)
Box number (20 max):
– or –
Poll (Bulletin Board)
Box number (20 max):
4. Using the Numeric Keypad enter the mailbox number, then press
Enter.
Note:
For Confidential mailbox polling, the remote machine must
be setup with a Confidential Mailbox Password.
5. If you selected Confidential, enter the remote password then
press Enter.
6. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the phone number of the
remote mailbox station, then press Enter if necessary.
The machine dials the remote station and retrieves the document
from the mailbox you selected.
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Attaching an ITU-T Sub Address
The sub address feature is used to send a document to a compatible
remote fax machine and request that machine to forward the
document to the final destination specified in the sub address,
normally on a Local Area Network (LAN). It is an alternate method to
store in (or poll) a remote mailbox if you do not know whether that
mailbox is confidential or a bulletin board on a remote WorkCentre
635, 645, 657 One Touch 745 machine. It can also poll a document
stored in a remote sub address. This feature uses the ITU-T protocol
and the sub address to establish the routing request and works only
with ITU-T compatible machines.
The following defines the SUB, SEP, and PWD sub addressing:
•
•
•
SUB — Transmit a document to a remote sub address.
SEP — Poll a document stored in a remote sub address.
PWD — Add a password to Sub or Sep for secure
communications.
The sub address can be up to 20 digits.
To communicate with a compatible ITU-T remote fax, you must obtain
the sub address and password, if required, from the remote user and
include the information in this procedure.
The WorkCentre uses the ITU-T mailbox number as the sub address.
To communicate with a WorkCentre, you must provide your sub
address and password, if required, to the remote user to access your
mailbox. On the WorkCentre, you can transmit and poll normal and
secure documents to the ITU-T mailboxes. The password
requirements are the same as for ITU-T mailboxing. Refer to the
Mailbox ITU-T Communications section for information on
communicating with ITU-T mailboxes.
A sub address can be stored with the Speed Dial and One Touch
numbers for remote parties that require a sub address every time.
(Refer to Chapter 4, “Setting up the Phonebook”.) If you store the sub
address in the Speed Dial/One Touch setup, and when dialing using
this procedure, the sub address attached here will be used.
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Transmitting a Document to an ITU-T Sub Address
Use the following procedure to transmit a document to a sub address:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Menu
Subaddress
1. Done
2. Subaddress (SUB)
3. Select. Polling (SEP)
4. Password (PWD)
4. To transmit a document to a remote fax sub address, press
to select SUB.
Subaddress
SUB (20 max):
5. Use the numeric keypad to enter the remote sub address and
press Enter.
Note:
To communicate with a remote WorkCentre, obtain and
enter the remote ITU-T mailbox number.
6. To enter a password, press
to select PWD. Using the
numeric keypad, enter the password, if required by the remote
machine and press Enter.
Note:
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To transmit to a WorkCentre ITU-T Bulletin Board Mailbox,
the remote and local machines must have the same
passwords.
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7. To exit the menu, press
to select Done.
8. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the remote phone
telephone number and press Enter.
Note:
The sub address entered in this procedure overrides a sub
address programmed in a One Touch or Speed Dial
number.
The document is sent to the remote fax machine and forwarded to the
specified sub address.
Polling a Document Using a Sub Address
To communicate with a remote WorkCentre, obtain and enter the
remote ITU-T mailbox number. To poll a WorkCentre ITU-T
Confidential Mailbox, the remote and local machines must have the
same password.
1. Remove any documents from the document tray.
2. Press:
Menu
Subaddress
1. Done
2. Subaddress (SUB)
3. Select. Polling (SEP)
4. Password (PWD)
3. To poll a document from a remote fax sub address, press
to
select SEP.
Subaddress
SEP (20 max):
4. Enter the remote sub address and press Enter.
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5. To enter a password, press
to select PWD. Using the
numeric keypad, enter the remote password, if required by the
remote machine, and press Enter.
6. To exit the menu, press
to select Done.
7. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the remote phone
telephone number and press Enter.
Load document
To poll
press START
8. Press Start.
Poll
Add security code?
1. Yes
2. No
9. Skip this step by pressing
Note:
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to select No.
The sub address entered in this procedure overrides a sub
address programmed in a One Touch or Speed dial
number.
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Reports
Various Reports and Lists are available to help you navigate through
the menu, check the machine configuration, and monitor the use of
the machine. Reports can be set up to include specific information or
to print automatically.
Setting Up Reports and Lists
Activity and Reception Reports can be set up to print automatically
following a transmission, reception, polling, relay, or mailbox
operation.
The following reports can be printed automatically:
•
Activity Reports — Contain the details of send and receive
communications and can be set to automatically print everytime a
communication takes place or following 40 communications.
•
Confirmation Reports — Contain details of each type of
communication and can be set to print automatically following a
communication or only if an error occurs.
•
Reception Reports — Contain the details of documents
received to a Relay Station, Local Mailbox, or Remote Mailbox.
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Activity Report Setup
The Activity Report contains the details of send and receive
communications. It also includes the scan, print, drum and toner
counter. Using the Activity Report Setup procedure, you can
designate which reports are printed automatically and under what
conditions.
When “Auto print” is selected the machine automatically prints an
Activity Report of all transmit and receive communications after 40
communications occur.
When “Set key default” is selected, you can choose which reports are
printed when the Activity Function key is pressed, for a reception,
Transmission, or both.
The following information is printed on the Activity Report:
Item
Description
Nbr.
Item number for each communication.
Job
File number of all communications.
Date
Date and time when the communication started.
Time
Duration
Length of communication time in minutes and
seconds.
pgs
Number of pages sent or received (max. 999).
To (Send)
Remote name or facsimile number (the “t” mark is
attached when the alternate number or subaddress is
used).
From (Receive)
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Dept.
Department number that was entered for that job.
Account
Account number.
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Item
Description
Mode
Communication mode*
t:
EX:
G3:
EC:
P:
R:
B:
SB:
2nd Line Communication
Exclusive Error Control Mode
G3 Mode
G3 Error Control Mode
Polling Communications
Relay Group Communications
Mailbox Communications
Subaddress Communication
* The Code is displayed in 3 digits to the right of the Mode symbol.
CODE
Example:
G3 5 0 2
G3
Encoded Data
Line Density Data
Transmission Speed
MMR
8 pels/mm x 3.85/lines/mm
14400 bps
Transmission
Code Speed
Code Line Density
Code
Encoding
0
2400 bps
0
8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm
0
MH
1
4800 bps
1
8 pels/mm x 7.7lines/mm
1
MR
2
7200 bps
2
8 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm
2
MMR
3
9600 bps
3
3
JBIG
4
12000 bps
4
5
14400 bps
6
33600 bps
—
16 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm
Item
Status
Description
Result status of communication and error codes.
OK - Successful
NG - Failure
See Chapter 15 for error code list.
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To set the automatic Activity Report print status:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Activity report
1. Set key default
2. Auto print
2. Select the report mode:
To select the type of reports that print when the Activity key is
pressed, press
.
3. To print reports of all Sent and Received communications,
press
.
To print a report of Sent communications, press
To print a report of Received communications, press
.
.
4. To choose if a report prints automatically after 40
communications, press
, then:
To select Auto Print On, press
To select Auto Print Off,
.
.
5. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Stop to return to
the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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Confirmation Report Setup
Confirmation Reports can automatically be printed by the WorkCentre
following each transmission, or only following transmissions where an
error occurred. Using the setup procedure you can select which type
of transmissions automatically print a Confirmation Report, and under
which conditions the report is printed:
•
•
•
Always — Prints a report after every communication.
On Error — Prints a report only when an error occurs.
Off — A report is not automatically printed.
In addition, you can set the WorkCentre to print the first page* of the
fax on the report for Memory Send, Group Send, Relay Originator,
Relay Station, and Relay Destination reports.
Automatic Confirmation Reports are available for the following
operations:
•
Confirmation Report — Prints transmission results for a Direct
Send transmission.
•
Confirmation Report – Memory Send — Prints Memory Send
Transmission results.
•
•
•
Group Send Report — Prints Group Transmission results.
•
Relay Station Report — Prints results for Relay Transmissions
initiated by the Relay Station.
•
Relay Destination Report — Prints Relay Destination Station
results sent from the Relay Station to the Originator Station, and
printed by the Originator Station.
Group Poll Report — Prints Group Polling Transmission results.
Relay Originator Report — Prints results for Relay
Transmissions initiated by the Originator Station.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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Confirmation Report
The Confirmation Report contains the same items as the Activity
Report. Refer to the Activity Report Section.
To set the Confirmation Report automatic print status:
1. Press:
***
Menu
Confirmation report
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
2. Select the Confirmation report print function:
To automatically print a report after a Direct Send, press
.
To automatically print a report when an error occurs,
press
.
To disable the report feature, press
.
3. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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The following information is printed on the Memory Send
Confirmation Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
To
Remote name or facsimile number.
Document
Pages
Number of pages of memory input.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Pages sent
Number of pages normally transmitted.
Status
“OK”, or error code provided.
Job Number
Job number and result status of communication.
Confirmation Report - Memory Send
To set the Confirmation Report-Memory Send automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Confirm. memory send
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Select the Memory Send Confirmation report print function:
To automatically print a report after a Memory Send, press
.
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
.
To disable the automatic report print function, press
, then go
to step 4.
3. For Always or On Error reports you can have the WorkCentre
print the first page* of the fax on the Memory Send report.
Show first fax page
1. On
2. Off
To print the first fax page, press
.
To print the report without the first fax page, press
.
4. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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The following information is printed on the Group Send Confirmation
Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
Document
pages
Number of pages of memory input.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Successful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where the
transmission was sent.
Unsuccessful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where an error
occurred.
Sent Pages - The number of pages sent.
Group Send Report
To set the Group Send Report automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Group send report
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Select the Group Send Confirmation Report print option:
To automatically print a report after a Group Send, press
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
To disable the report feature, press
.
.
, then go to step 4.
3. For Always or On Error reports you can have the WorkCentre
print the first page* of the fax on the Group Send Report.
Show first fax page
1. On
2. Off
To print the first fax page, press
.
To print the report without the first fax page press
.
4. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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The following information is printed on the Group Polling Confirmation
Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Successful
List of Speed Dial or One Touch numbers where the
transmission was sent.
Unsuccessful
List of Speed Dial or One Touch numbers where an error
occurred.
Sent Pages - The number of pages sent.
Group Poll Report
To set the Group Poll Report automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Group poll report
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
2. Select the Group Polling Confirmation Report print option:
To automatically print a report after a Group Poll, press
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
To disable the report feature, press
.
.
.
3. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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The following information is printed on the Relay Originator
Confirmation Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
Document
pages
Number of pages.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Successful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where the
transmission was sent.
Unsuccessful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where an error
occurred.
Sent Pages - The number of pages sent.
Relay Originator Report
To set the Relay Originator Report automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Relay originator
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Select the Relay Originator Confirmation Report print option:
To automatically print a report after the Relay, press
.
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
To disable the report feature, press
.
. Then go to Step 4.
3. For Always or On Error reports you can have the WorkCentre
print the first page* of the fax on the Relay Originator Report.
Show first fax page
1. On
2. Off
To print the first fax page, press
.
To print the report without the first fax page, press
.
4. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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The following information is printed on the Relay Station Confirmation
Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
Document
pages
Number of document pages.
From
Originating Station telephone number.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Successful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where the
transmission was sent.
Unsuccessful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where an error
occurred.
Sent Pages - The number of pages sent.
Relay Station Report
To set the Relay Station Report automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Relay station
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Select the Relay Station Confirmation Report print option:
To automatically print a report after a Relay, press
.
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
To disable the report feature, press
.
, then go to step 4.
3. For Always or On Error reports you can have the WorkCentre
print the first page* of the fax on the Relay Station Report.
Show first fax page
1. On
2. Off
To print the first fax page, press
.
To print the report without the first fax page, press
.
4. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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The following information is printed on the Relay Destination
Confirmation Report:
Item
Description
Job number
Job Number of transmission.
Date
Date and time that the job was accepted.
Document
pages
Number of pages of memory input.
From
Originating Station telephone number.
Start time
Time when the transmission started.
End time
Time when the transmission ended (the time when a
(Resend until) Resend Stored Fax transmission is designated).
Successful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where the
transmission was sent.
Unsuccessful
List of Speed Dial or Group numbers where an error
occurred.
Sent Pages - The number of pages sent.
Relay Destination Report
To set the Relay Destination Report automatic print status.
1. Press:
***
Menu
Relay destination
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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2. Select the Relay Destination Confirmation Report print option:
To automatically print a report after the Relay, press
.
To automatically print a report when an error occurs, press
To disable the report feature, press
.
, then go to step 4.
3. For Always or On Error reports you can have the WorkCentre
print the first page* of the fax on the Relay Destination Report.
Show first fax page
1. On
2. Off
To print the first fax page, press
.
To print the report without the first fax page press
.
4. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
* Not allowed in all markets.
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Confirmation Report Override
A Confirmation Report can be printed automatically for each
communication job by setting the default report print option (see the
previous section, “Confirmation Report Setup”).
When you set the report print status using the Confirmation Function
Key, the setting you select is active for the current job only.
The Communication Report print status can also be set when
assigning Speed Dial and One Touch numbers, if communication with
a certain remote party always requires the option (see Chapter 2,
“Setting up the Phonebook”).
To set the Confirmation Report print status for this job:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Select the desired Resolution and Contrast.
3. Press:
Confirmation report
1. Always
2. On error
3. Off
Confirm.
4. Select the report print status:
To automatically print a report when the transmission occurs,
press
.
To print a report only if an error occurs, press
.
To select not to print a confirmation report for this transmission,
press
.
Free memory:
Enter fax number
100%
5. Using one of the dialing methods, enter the phone number and
press Enter, if necessary.
The document is sent and, if selected, a report is printed.
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Reception Report Setup
Reception Reports can automatically be printed by the WorkCentre
whenever a document is received at the Relay Station or into a
Mailbox.
Refer to the procedures that follow to manually print a Reception
report for the ITU-T Mailboxes.
To select the automatic Reception Reports print option:
1. Press:
***
Menu
01. Local to mailbox
02. Remote to mailbox
03. Relay station
2. Select the report type you want to setup:
To automatically print a Local Mailbox Reception Report, press
then
. Select On or Off. A reception list automatically
prints when the machine receives/stores a document in a local
Mailbox (see Chapter 8, “Mailbox Communications”).
To automatically print a Remote Mailbox Reception Report, press
then
. Select On or Off. A reception list automatically
prints when the machine receives/stores a document into a
Mailbox from a remote party (see Chapter 8, “Mailbox
Communications”).
To automatically print a Relay Station Reception Report, press
then
. Select On or Off. A reception list automatically
prints following a Relay Station Reception (see Chapter 5, “Relay
Communications”).
To select another, enter
, then
and repeat this step.
*** Menu item numbers may vary according to configurations.
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3. Press Exit or Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
The following information is printed on the Mailbox Reception Report:
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Item
Description
Job number
Job number.
Mailbox
Mailbox number.
Mailbox Type
Mailbox Type: Poll-once, Multi-poll, Private Mailbox.
Document
Pages
Number of document pages entered.
From
Station through which the mail document was entered.
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Printing Reports and Lists
Various reports and lists can be printed detailing information about
your WorkCentre and information you have stored in it. The following
reports can be printed:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Activity Report
ITU-T Mailbox Reports
Pending Jobs Report
Department Code Report
Power Failure List
Menu Map
Settings Report
Activity Report
Pressing the Activity Function Key enables the WorkCentre to print
an Activity Report.
To print the Activity Report:
1. Press:
Activity
Print number
1. 1-50 (1paper)
2. 1-100 (2paper)
3. 1-150 (3paper)
2. To print the 50 communication Activity Report, press
.
To print the 100 communication Activity Report, press
.
To print the 150 communication Activity Report, press
.
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ITU-T Mailbox Report
The ITU-T Mailbox Report lists all documents entered through your
own station and remote stations, using the ITU-T mailbox system.
The following information is printed on the ITU-T Mailbox Report:
Item
Description
Mailbox
Mailbox number.
Type
Type of mailbox.
pgs
Number of pages.
Job
Job number.
Date and
Time
Time of input.
From
Local designates this machine.
Name or number designates the remote machine.
To print an ITU-T Mailbox Report:
Press:
Menu
The ITU-T Mailbox Report prints, then the machine returns to the
Standby Mode.
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Pending Jobs Report
The Pending Jobs Report lists all communication jobs reserved in
memory.
The following information is printed on the Pending Jobs Report listed
by communication type; (i.e., Send and Receive, To be polled, and
Resend Stored Fax).
Item
Description
Job
Job number.
Type
Type of communication.
pgs
Number of pages.
Mail
Mailbox number.
Date and
Time
Designated time or time of reception.
To
Name or dial number of the remote party.
To print the Pending Jobs Report:
1. Press:
Menu
The Pending Jobs Report prints, then the machine returns to the
Standby Mode.
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Department Code Report
The Department Code report lists the Department Names and Codes.
The usage for each department is listed by number of pages sent,
received and copied.
If you enter the master code, the report lists the master department
code and all departments. If you enter a department code, the report
prints information for only that user’s department.
The following information is printed on the Department Code Report:
Item
Description
Dept.
Department Number.
Name
Department Name.
Dept. code
Department Code for operating the department.
Pgs sent
Number of pages transmitted by the department.
Pgs rcvd
Number of pages received by the department.
Pgs copied
Number of pages copied by the department.
To print the Department Code Report:
1. Press:
Menu
The Department Code Report prints, then the machine returns to the
Standby Mode.
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Power Failure List
The WorkCentre has a battery to back up the document data memory
contents. However, when the power is turned off for a long time and
the communication data stored in the memory is cleared, a list of the
job numbers of those cleared communications is automatically
printed.
The following information is printed on the Power Failure List for all
Transmit and Receive, Polling, Mailbox, Receive to Memory, and
Resend Stored Fax communications:
Item
Description
Job
Job number of the communication.
Type
Type of Communication (Continuous poll, Poll-once, Group
poll, To be Polled Box, Bulletin Board, etc.).
Mail
Box number for a Mailbox communication.
From
Station where the communication occurred, or the Mailbox
is input.
Date/Time
Date and time of input.
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Menu Map
The Menu Map is a list of all machine features in a flow chart format.
Refer to Chapter 2 for a detailed Menu Flow Map.
To print the Menu Map:
1. Press:
Menu
-orPress Menu Map.
2. The Menu Map prints, then the machine returns to the Standby
mode.
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Settings Report
The Settings Report prints a list of each machine function and the
current settings.
The following settings are printed on the Settings Report:
Keyboard type
Memory size
Machine setting
Ringer volume
Alarm volume
Keytouch volume
Monitor volume
Super power saver
Printer power save
Fax separator page
Copy separator page
Printer separator page
Separator Cassette
Account code
Print density
Long original
Line Monitor
Receive interval
Error correct-ECM
Scan resolution
Contrast
Dial mode (#1)
Dial mode (#2)
Access digit
Collate copy
Redial interval
Redials
*Letter head paper*
Answer mode
Ring to answer
Answer mode (#2)
Fax-send
Memory send
Secure send
Cover sheet
Resend stored fax
Send header
Send after scan
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Fax-receive
Secure receive
Receive to memory
Reduce
*Discard extra*
Collate fax
Refuse junk mail
Receive footer
Reports
Activity reports
Key default
Print number
Auto print
Fax/Poll/Relay Reports
Confirmation report
Memory send
Group send
Group poll
Relay originator
Relay station
Relay destination
Reception reports
Local to mailbox
Remote to mailbox
Relay station
Remote service
Remote access
Download
RDC password
Supplies order
*Order level*
Total pages
Scanned
Printed
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Note:
Total Pages represents the grand total for Scanned and
Printed pages, it is not the same as Drum count that is
found on the Activity Report.
Note:
The firmware identification number is located at the top of
the Settings Report. Refer to this number when calling for
service.
To print the Settings Report:
1. Press:
Menu
The Settings Report prints, then the machine returns to the Standby
Mode.
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Copying Documents
10
Copying Documents
Using the copy feature you can print up to 99 copies. The following
selections are available when you copy a document:
•
•
•
•
Contrast
Resolution
Reduction
Collate
Making Copies
To copy a document:
1. Load the document face down in the Document Tray.
2. Press:
Copy
Copy
Copies (1-99):
Paper
Auto
Collate
On
1
Off
3. If desired, set the Contrast, Resolution and Reduction.
Note:
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The resolutions available for copying are different than
those available for faxing. You can select Fine, Superfine,
Fine Photo and Superfine Photo Refer to the User’s Guide.
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Copying Documents
4. Using the arrow keys, select the paper size (if you have an
optional paper tray or bypass tray installed) and the collate
option.
Note:
If the optional paper tray or bypass tray is installed, the
available paper sizes display in the Copy Mode Screen.
Press the arrow keys to select the desired paper size.
Select LT, LG or A4 for the bypass tray.
You cannot select
when copying from the bypass tray.
When the Bypass tray is selected, the display changes to
select the paper thickness. Select the desired thickness.
5. Using the Numeric Keypad, select the desired number of copies
and press Start.
Copying
Paper
tray 1: LT*
Pages
01
Press the Exit or Stop key to cancel the copy operation.
* LT = Letter (8.5 x 11) Main Paper Tray
LG = Legal (8.5 x 14) Auxiliary Paper Tray
A4 = 210mm x 297mm
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Scan Functionality
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Scan Functionality
In order to use the WorkCentre as a scanner, it has to be configured
for a TWAIN driver. The following table describes the TWAIN settings
and controls.
Scan Size
Specifies the document size that you are
scanning.
Resolution
Sets the scanning resolution.
Original Type
Specifies the type of document that you are
scanning.
Lighten/Darken
Adjusts the lightness and darkness of the
scanned document.
Scan
This button starts the scanner using the
options chosen.
Cancel
This button causes the dialog to close
without scanning the document.
About
Provides information about the scanner
driver.
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Notes:
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PCL Printing Functionality
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PCL Printing Functionality
This option will be made available soon. When you order this option,
you will receive the latest documentation which will support this
option and its functionality.
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PCL Printing Functionality
Notes:
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Network Functionality
13
Network Functionality
This option will be made available soon. When you order this option,
you will receive the latest documentation which will support this
option and its functionality.
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Network Functionality
Notes:
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Internet FAX Functionality
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Internet FAX Functionality
This option will be made available soon. When you order this option,
you will receive the latest documentation which will support this
option and its functionality.
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Internet FAX Functionality
Notes:
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Using the ControlCentre
15
Using the ControlCentre
The Control Centre software on your PC enables you to easily
change the WorkCentre’s settings. You can set up the telephone
lines, choose fax settings, and create mailboxes. For faster dialing
when sending faxes, you can use the Control Centre to set up your
Phonebook of One Touch, Speed Dial and Group Dial numbers. You
can also get help quickly on a particular task or feature from the
Control Centre.
To open the ControlCentre and connect to the WorkCentre:
1
Click the Windows Start button.
2
Choose Programs>Xerox WorkCentre Pro 665 & 765>Xerox
ControlCentre.
The ControlCentre displays.
3
From the toolbar, click the Connect button.
4
In the Select Device window, double-click Local.
5
Select Xerox WC Pro 665/765.
6
Click the Connect button.
The WorkCentre updates the ControlCentre with its current
settings.
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Using the ControlCentre
Setting up the WorkCentre
Using the ControlCentre, you can specify default WorkCentre
settings, such as contrast, resolution and volume levels, and set up
your telephone lines.
Setting the Machine Defaults
1. Click the General icon and then click the Machine Setup tab.
2. Type the name of your company or your name in the Company
name box.
The name you enter is printed at the top of each faxed page.
3. To set the default resolution for outgoing faxes and copies, select
one of the following options:
Standard (203 x 98 dpi) Use for documents with normal text and
graphics.
Fine (203 x 195 dpi) Use for documents with small characters
Superfine (up to 406 x 391 dpi) Use for documents containing
very detailed print.
4. To set the default contrast for outgoing faxes and copies, select
one of the following options:
Normal For documents with good dark and light values.
Darken For documents that are too light.
Lighten For documents that are too dark.
5. To specify the type of information to print when you press the
Activity function key, select one of the following options:
Sent and received Provides information about the faxes sent
from and received at the WorkCentre.
Sent only Provides information about the faxes sent from the
WorkCentre.
Received only Provides information about the faxes received at
the WorkCentre.
6. To set the WorkCentre volume levels, select a number from the
range 0 (off) to 7 (high) for the Ringer, Key touch, Alarm and Line
monitor volumes.
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Using the ControlCentre
7. To print a separator page between documents, select one or
more of the following options:
Fax printout Prints a page between each received fax.
PC printout Print a page between each printed document.
Copies Prints a page between each copy job.
Default tray Select the paper tray to use when printing separator
pages: Lowest tray or Auto select.
Note If you select Lowest tray, the paper loaded in the tray is
used to print separator pages only.
8. To select the print density for printed documents, including
received faxes, copies and reports, select an option in the Print
density box. The options range from -2 (lighter print) to 2 (darker
print).
9. To require users to enter a four-digit code to send a fax at the
WorkCentre, click Request account code. The Activity Report
prints the account code used to send a fax to a remote fax
number, which helps you to track the activity to remote fax
numbers.
10. To arrange multiple copies of the same document in sequential
order, click Collate copies.
11. Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Setting up the Telephone Lines
The WorkCentre is equipped with one telephone line. If your
WorkCentre has the 2nd line hardware option installed, you can set
up both telephone lines.
1
Click the General icon and then click the Phone Lines tab.
2
In the Phone line box, select the telephone line you want to set
up.
3
If needed, click Add country code and select a country code from
the list of choices.
4
In the Fax number box, type the fax number. If required by your
telephone system, type the code needed to access an outside
line before the fax number.
5
In the Dial mode box, set the mode to Tone if your telephone has
touch-tone capability, or Pulse if it doesn’t.
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6
Click Enable error correction mode - ECM to have the
WorkCentre monitor the phone line for errors and, if an error
occurs, resend any portion of the document until the transmission
is complete. When using ECM, the fax transmission time can be
longer, but the complete fax is sent.
7
For telephone line 1, set the Answer mode:
Auto To have the WorkCentre automatically answer and receive
incoming fax calls. Use Auto if you have a dedicated fax line. In
the Rings to answer (1-10) box, enter the number of times the
phone must ring before the WorkCentre answers the call.
Manual To answer incoming calls yourself. Use Manual if you
have a single line for both voice and fax calls.
8
For telephone line 2, set how the line is to be used for fax
communications:
Send and receive To use the phone line to send and receive
faxes.
Receive only To use the phone line to receive faxes only.
Receive during certain times To specify a time period for
receiving faxes. Set the time period by selecting times in the Start
receive and Stop receive time boxes.
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Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Using the Power Save features
You use the Printer Power Save feature to turn off the printer heater
during times of inactivity to reduce power consumption. You can also
enable the Super Power Save feature, which turns off all power.
1
Click the General icon and then click the Machine Setup tab.
2
Click Use Printer Power Save.
3
In the Use Super Power Save box, select one of the following
options:
Automatic Begins Super Power Save after the period of
inactivity set in the Minutes (1-60) box.
Manual Begins Super Power Save when the Power Save key is
pressed on the WorkCentre control panel.
Off Disables Super Power Save.
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Setting the PC’s Date and Time on the WorkCentre
You can use the date and time set on your PC for the WorkCentre.
1
From the File menu, click Set PC Time.
Changing Your ControlCentre Password
You can change the password that you use to open the ControlCentre
on your PC.
1
From the File menu, click Change Password.
The Change ControlCentre Password dialog box opens.
2
In the Old password box, type the password currently in use.
3
In the New password box, type the new password you want to
use.
4
In the Confirm new password box, retype the new password.
5
Click OK.
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Setting the Fax Send Options
You can select the options you want to use for fax transmissions on
the Fax Send page. For example, you can choose to include a send
header and cover sheet with each fax, and select the number of times
the WorkCentre redials a fax number after receiving a busy signal.
Setting the Cover Sheet and Send Header Options
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Send tab.
2
Click Include send header to print the date and time of the fax
transmission, the recipient’s name and fax number, the
transmission serial number, the page number, and the job or file
number at the top of each faxed page.
3
To specify where the send header is printed, select one of the
following options:
Inside margin To print the header close to the document text. If
the document text is near the top edge of the paper, the header
and text might overlap.
Outside margin To print the header at the top of the page to
avoid overlapping the document text.
4
Click Add default cover sheet to fax a separate cover page with
your document.
The WorkCentre provides a cover sheet that you can use with
your faxes, or you can create your own cover sheet. For
information on how to create a cover sheet, see the Transmitting
Documents chapter in this guide.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Choosing How to Send Faxes
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Send tab.
2
Click Always send from memory to send a fax after it’s scanned
and stored in memory.
The WorkCentre assigns a job number to each fax stored in
memory. You can later identify the fax by its job number should
you need to cancel it. When a fax is stored in memory, the
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WorkCentre is able to resend any portion of a document that did
not transmit successfully due to communication errors, or resend
a fax when telephone lines are available.
3
In the Send after scan box, select one of the following options:
Dial while scanning Dials the fax number while scanning the
document.
Dial after scanning Dials the fax number after scanning the
entire document.
4
To listen to the initial dial sequence, select Always in the Line
monitor box.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Sending Faxes Using Security
When you send faxes with security enabled, the WorkCentre
compares the number dialed to the remote fax machine’s telephone
number and, if the numbers match, sends the fax.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Send tab.
2
Click Send with security enabled.
3
In the warning box, click OK.
4
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
Setting the Redial Options
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Send tab.
2
In the Maximum redial attempts (0-14) box, type the number of
times you want the WorkCentre to redial a number. You can type
a number between 0 and 14.
3
In the Redial interval (1-15 min) box, type the time interval
between redials. You can type a number between 1 and 15.
4
To save a fax in memory if it could not be sent after the specified
number of redials, click Store fax for resend. Enter the length of
time, from 1 to 24 hours, you want to store the fax in the Hours
(1-24) box.
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Note You will need to resend the stored fax at the WorkCentre.
On the WorkCentre’s Access Panel, press Resend. Use the
arrow keys to find the job to resend, then press Enter.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Faxing Long Originals
You can set up the WorkCentre to scan documents longer than typical
page sizes.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Send tab.
2
In the Long original length box, select one of the following
options:
1 meter (39.36 inches) To scan documents up to one meter in
length. If a document longer than one meter is scanned, a paper
jam will occur.
Any length To scan documents of any length.
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Setting the Fax Receive Options
On the Fax Receive page, you can choose the WorkCentre settings
to use when receiving faxes. You can set up the secure receive
feature and choose the options for reducing and collating incoming
faxes.
Setting the Receive Footer Option
You can set the WorkCentre to print a receive footer on each received
page. The receive footer displays the following information: footer
message, date and start time of the fax transmission, sender’s fax
number, recipient’s fax number, and page number.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
Click Print receive footer.
3
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
Receiving Faxes when the Printer is Unavailable
You can choose to receive faxes in memory when the WorkCentre’s
printer is not available. The WorkCentre will store the received fax in
memory when the paper tray is empty, the paper is jammed, or the
toner is empty. The WorkCentre is unable to receive to memory when
memory becomes full or when it has received 100 jobs.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
Under When printing function is not available, select one of the
following options:
Receive to memory Stores faxes in memory.
Don’t receive Does not receive faxes.
3
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
Receiving Secure Faxes
The secure receive feature enables you to keep received documents
confidential during a specified time period each day or 24 hours a
day. All documents received during the time period are stored in
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memory, then automatically printed at the end of the time period.
Also, any print jobs that you send from your PC to the WorkCentre
are stored in memory during the specified time period.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
Click Secure faxes.
3
In the warning box, click OK.
4
In the Password dialog box, type the four-digit password to use at
the WorkCentre to print the faxes stored in memory during the
secure receive time period. Then click OK.
5
In the Starting box, select the time when you want secure receive
turned on each day.
6
In the Ending box, select the time when you want secure receive
turned off each day.
7
Click one or more days of the week on which you want to receive
secure faxes 24 hours a day.
8
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Setting the Receive Interval
If you are using the same telephone line to send and receive faxes,
you can set a time period during which the WorkCentre receives
faxes only. After every four fax transmissions, the WorkCentre is
available to receive faxes for the length of time you specify.
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1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
In the Receive interval (0-14 min) box, select the number of
minutes for the time interval.
3
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
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Receiving Faxes from the Fax Numbers Assigned to
Your Phonebook Only
To prevent the WorkCentre from receiving faxes from unknown
senders, you can choose to receive faxes from the fax numbers
specified in your Phonebook only.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
Click From Phonebook fax numbers only.
3
In the warning box, click OK.
4
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
Collating and Reducing Incoming Faxes
When using the reduction option, make sure letter-size paper is
loaded in the WorkCentre.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
To reduce legal-size faxes to fit on letter-size paper, click Reduce
faxes to fit.
3
To arrange multiple copies of the same fax in sequential order,
click Collate faxes.
4
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Receiving Oversized Faxes
You can set the WorkCentre to automatically print oversized
documents on multiple pages. If this feature is not enabled, the
WorkCentre discards the portion of the document that exceeds the
recording area.
1
Click the Fax icon and then click the Fax Receive tab.
2
Click Print extra on another page.
3
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
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Receiving Faxes to Your PC
1
Click the PC Fax icon.
2
To specify how faxes are received to your PC, select one of the
following options in the Receive faxes to PC box.
Never To print all faxes at the WorkCentre.
For mailboxes only To receive all faxes in a mailbox.
Always To receive all faxes to your PC.
3
If you choose For mailboxes only or Always in step 2, select the
number of times the WorkCentre will try sending the fax to your
PC in the Retry receiving faxes to PC (0-15) box.
4
Select the interval, in minutes, between retries in the Retry
interval (0-15) box.
5
Choose to print or delete the fax after all retries in the After
exceeding retry attempts box.
6
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Setting up a Phonebook
To save time dialing fax numbers, you can create a Phonebook of
frequently called fax numbers. With the fax numbers preset in a
Phonebook, you can send documents by pressing a few keys. This
section describes how to preset the One Touch keys, and Speed Dial
and Group Dial numbers.
Assigning an Individual Fax Number to a One Touch
Key
You can preset 68 One Touch keys on the WorkCentre. This
procedure describes how to assign a new fax number to a One Touch
key. To link a preset speed dial or group number to a One Touch key,
see Assigning a Speed Dial or Group Dial Number to a One Touch
Key.
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Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the One Touch tab.
3
Click the Add button.
4
In the One Touch (01-68) box, select the number you want to
preset.
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In the Add One Touch from box, select Individual.
6
In the Name box, type the person’s name.
7
In the Fax number box, type the person’s fax number.
8
In the Alternate fax number box, type a second fax number to use
when the primary fax number is busy and all redials have been
used.
9
If your company or long-distance telephone service requires you
to use a charge code for the fax number you entered, click the
Add Charge Code button and type the charge code.
10 Select the fax options you want:
Dial using To specify the telephone line to use.
Maximum fax speed To specify a maximum fax speed. Select
the speed from the list of options.
Listen to dial To turn on the WorkCentre speaker to monitor the
line tones.
Print confirmation report To print a confirmation report after
each fax you send to the fax number.
Dial later To send faxes at a specific time. In the Dial later time
(hr:min) box, type the time using the format for either a 12- or
24-hour clock.
11 Click Use Mailbox ITU-T to set up any of the following options:
Subaddress To specify the subaddress location to send
documents to via a compatible remote fax machine.
Subaddress for polling To specify the subaddress location to
retrieve documents from (polling) via a compatible remote fax
machine.
Password (optional) To specify the password required for
Mailbox ITU-T communications.
12 Do one of the following:
•
•
Click OK to close the One Touch Entry dialog box.
Click Apply to preset another individual One Touch number.
13 Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Assigning a Speed Dial or Group Dial Number to a
One Touch Key
This procedure describes how to link a preset Speed Dial or Group
Dial number to a One Touch key. To assign a new fax number to a
One Touch key, see Assigning an Individual Fax Number to a One
Touch Key.
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the One Touch tab.
3
Click the Add button.
The One Touch Entry dialog box opens.
4
In the One Touch (01-68) box, select the number you want to
preset.
5
In the Add One Touch from box, select from the following options:
Speed Dial To assign a speed dial number from the displayed
list of preset numbers to the One Touch key.
Group Dial To assign a group number from the displayed list of
preset numbers to the One Touch key.
6
From the list of speed dial or group entries, click the number that
you want to assign to the One Touch key.
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Do one of the following:
•
•
8
Click OK to close the One Touch Entry dialog box.
Click Apply to preset another One Touch number.
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Editing a One Touch Key Entry
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1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the One Touch tab.
3
Click the One Touch number you want to edit, then click the Edit
button.
4
In the dialog box, make the changes you want, then click OK. See
Assigning an Individual Fax Number to a One Touch Key or
Assigning a Speed Dial or Group Dial Number to a One Touch
Key.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Deleting One Touch Key Entries
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the One Touch tab.
3
Click the One Touch number you want to delete.
Note To delete all the One Touch numbers at once, click Clear
All.
4
Click Delete.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Presetting a Speed Dial Number
You can preset up to 300 fax numbers using the Speed Dial numbers
from 001 through 999. After you’ve preset a Speed Dial number, you
can link the number to a One Touch key for faster dialing. See
Assigning a Speed Dial or Group Dial Number to a One Touch Key.
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Speed Dial tab.
3
Click the Add button.
The Speed Dial Entry dialog box opens.
4
In the Speed dial (001-999) box, select the number you want to
preset.
5
In the Name box, type the person’s name.
6
In the Fax number box, type the person’s fax number.
7
In the Alternate fax number box, type a second fax number to use
when the primary fax number is busy and all redials have been
used.
8
If your company or long-distance telephone service requires you
to use a charge code for the fax number you entered, click the
Add Charge Code button and type the charge code.
9
Select the fax options you want:
Dial using To specify the telephone line to use.
Maximum fax speed To specify a maximum fax speed. Select
the speed from the list of options.
Listen to dial To turn on the WorkCentre speaker to monitor the
line tones.
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Print confirmation report To print a confirmation report after
each fax you send to the fax number.
Dial later To send faxes at a specific time. In the Dial later time
(hr:min) box, type the time using the format for either a 12- or
24-hour clock.
10 Click Use Mailbox ITU-T to set up any of the following options:
Subaddress To specify the subaddress location to send
documents to via a compatible remote fax machine.
Subaddress for polling To specify the subaddress location to
retrieve documents from (polling) via a compatible remote fax
machine.
Password (optional) To specify the password required for
Mailbox ITU-T communications.
11 Do one of the following:
•
•
Click OK to close the Speed Dial Entry dialog box.
Click Apply to preset another speed dial number.
12 Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Editing a Speed Dial Number
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1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Speed Dial tab.
3
Click the Speed Dial number you want to edit, then click the Edit
button.
4
In the Speed Dial Entry dialog box, make the changes you want.
See Presetting a Speed Dial Number for more information.
5
In the Speed Dial Entry dialog box, click OK.
6
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Deleting Speed Dial Numbers
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Speed Dial tab.
3
Click the Speed Dial number you want to delete.
Note To delete all the Speed Dial numbers at once, click Clear
All.
4
Click Delete.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Presetting a Group Dial Number
If you frequently send faxes to the same group of fax numbers, you
can save time by assigning the fax numbers to a Group Dial number.
When you use the group’s number, the WorkCentre will send the fax
to each group member. You can preset 50 Group Dial numbers.
Before you can preset a Group Dial number, your Phonebook must
contain preset Speed Dial numbers or One Touch key entries.
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Group Dial tab.
3
Click the Add button.
The Group Dial Entry dialog box opens.
4
In the Group Dial (0001-1999) box, select the number you want to
preset.
5
In the Name box, type the group’s name.
6
In the Entry from box, select from the following options:
Speed Dials To assign Speed Dial numbers from the displayed
list of preset numbers to the group.
One Touches To assign One Touch keys from the displayed list
of preset keys to the group.
7
From the list on the left side of the dialog box, click the Speed
Dial or One Touch key entry that you want to assign to the group,
then click the -- > button.
Note To not assign the entry to the group, click the entry from the
Group Members list, then click the < -- button.
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8
Repeat steps 6 and 7 until you’ve assigned all the numbers you
want to the group.
Note You can assign a maximum of 300 speed dial numbers or
68 One Touch key numbers to the group.
9
Do one of the following:
•
•
Click OK to close the Group Dial Entry dialog box.
Click Apply to preset another Group Dial number.
10 Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Editing a Group Dial Number
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Group Dial tab.
3
Click the Group Dial number you want to edit, then click the Edit
button.
4
In the Group Dial Entry dialog box, make the changes you want.
See Presetting a Group Dial Number for more information.
5
In the Group Dial Entry dialog box, click OK.
6
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Deleting Group Dial Numbers
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Group Dial tab.
3
Click the Group Dial number you want to delete.
Note To delete all the Group Dial numbers at once, click Clear
All.
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Click Delete.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Saving a Phonebook to Your PC
You can save all your One Touch, Speed Dial, and Group Dial entries
to a single file.
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Save As button.
The Save Phonebook dialog box opens.
3
In the Save in box, select a location for the Phonebook.
4
In the File name box, type a name for the Phonebook.
5
Click Save.
Opening a Phonebook File
If you made changes to the Phonebook that is currently open, save it
before opening another Phonebook.
1
Click the Phonebook icon.
2
Click the Open File button.
3
In the Look in box, find the Phonebook’s location and then select
the Phonebook.
4
Click Open.
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Creating Mailboxes
The WorkCentre supports the ITU-T communications standard, which
enables you to create mailboxes. Using mailboxes, you can store
documents for fax machines to retrieve (poll), receive documents
from other fax machines, and set up relay communications. The
remote fax machines also must be set up with mailboxes using the
ITU-T standard.
Creating a Mailbox
1
Click the Mailbox icon.
2
Click the Add button.
The Mailbox Entry dialog box opens.
3
In the Mailbox number box, type a number for the mailbox.
4
In the Mailbox type box, select from the following options:
Confidential To clear a document from the mailbox after it’s
retrieved or printed. If there is a document in the mailbox and
another document is stored in the same mailbox, both documents
remain in the mailbox.
Bulletin Board To not clear a document from the mailbox after
it’s retrieved or printed. If another document is stored in the same
mailbox, it replaces the document currently in the mailbox.
Relay To use relay communications to transmit a document
stored in a mailbox to other fax numbers (end stations).
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In the Password (optional) box, do one of the following,
depending on the mailbox type you are creating:
•
For a Confidential mailbox, type the password to be used for
local and remote secure document retrievals (polling
operations). Optionally, you can use the password for secure
transmissions.
•
For a Bulletin Board mailbox, type the password to be used
for local and remote secure transmissions and receptions.
Optionally, you can use the password for secure document
retrievals (polling operations).
•
For a relay mailbox, type the password to be used at the
initiating station.
If you are creating a relay mailbox, do one of the following:
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To specify a fax number for the end station, select Fax
number in the Entry from box. Type the number in the Fax
number box.
•
To specify a fax number from your Speed Dial numbers for
the end station, select Speed Dial in the Entry from box. Click
the Change button, select the Speed Dial number you want
to use, and click OK.
•
To specify a fax number from your One Touch entries for the
end station, select One Touch in the Entry from box. Click the
Change button, select the One Touch entry you want to use,
and click OK.
•
To specify a fax number from your Group Dial numbers for
the end station, select Group Dial in the Entry from box. Click
the Change button, select the Group Dial number you want to
use, and click OK.
Note You must use a Group Dial number to transmit
documents to more than one end station.
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Do one of the following:
•
•
8
Click OK to close the Mailbox Entry dialog box.
Click Apply to create another mailbox.
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
To have the WorkCentre print a report each time it receives a
document in a mailbox, see Reception Reports Setup.
Editing a Mailbox
1
Click the Mailbox icon.
2
Click the mailbox you want to edit, then click the Edit button.
3
In the Mailbox Entry dialog box, make the changes you want. See
Creating a Mailbox for more information.
4
In the Mailbox Entry dialog box, click OK.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Deleting a Mailbox
1
Click the Mailbox icon.
2
Select the mailbox you want to delete.
Note To delete all the mailboxes at once, click Clear All.
3
Click Delete.
4
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Using Department Codes
You can control access to the WorkCentre by setting up a master
department code and individual department codes. The master
department code enables one person to create and change up to 49
individual department codes.
You might want to create a department code for each department in
your organization. After informing the individuals within each
department of their code, they must enter their code to use the
WorkCentre. You can print the Department Code Report for a record
of each department’s usage of the WorkCentre.
Setting up Department Codes
1
Click the General icon and then click the Department Code tab.
The Master Code Entry dialog box opens.
2
Type a five-digit code. Note the code you typed as it is required
to set up and change department codes.
3
Click OK.
4
Click the Add button.
The Department Code Entry dialog box opens.
5
In the Department ID (0-99) box, select the number to use for the
department.
6
In the Department code (00000-99999) box, type the five-digit
code you want to assign to the department.
7
In the Department name box, type the name you want to assign
to the department.
8
Do one of the following:
•
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Click OK to close the Department Code Entry dialog box.
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9
Click Apply to assign another department code.
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Note To print the Department Code Report, on the WorkCentre’s
Access Panel, press MENU, 2, 3.
Changing a Department Code
1
Click the General icon and then click the Department Code tab.
2
If the Master Code Entry dialog box opens, type your five-digit
code and click OK.
3
Select the department code you want to edit or your master code,
then click the Edit button.
The Department Code Entry dialog box opens.
4
Change any of the following options:
Department ID Select a new department number.
Department code Type a new five-digit code.
Department name Type a new department name.
5
In the Department Code Entry dialog box, click OK.
6
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Deleting a Department Code
1
Click the General icon and then click the Department Code tab.
2
If the Master Code Entry dialog box opens, type your five-digit
code and click OK.
3
Select the department code you want to delete.
Note To delete all the department codes at once, click Clear All.
4
Click Delete.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
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Using the ControlCentre
Printing Reports
You can set up the WorkCentre to print a variety of reports to provide
you with information about fax transmissions and receptions. You can
also print the Settings Report, which lists the current defaults set on
the WorkCentre.
Activity Report Setup
The Activity Report provides information about the faxes sent and
received. It also includes the scan, print, drum, and toner counter.
You can set the WorkCentre to automatically print an Activity report
after 40 transmissions and receptions.
1
Click the Reports icon.
2
Click Activity report.
3
Click Apply to set the option at the WorkCentre.
You can also specify the type of information to print when you press
the Activity function key. See Setting the Machine Defaults.
Confirmation Reports Setup
You can set the WorkCentre to automatically print a report after each
transmission (Always) or after a failed transmission (On error), or to
not print a report (Never).
1
2
3
4
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Click the Reports icon.
In the Confirmation box, select the option you want when faxing
documents using Direct Send (the WorkCentre sends each
document page as it is scanned).
In the Confirm send from memory box, select the option you want
when faxing documents using Memory Send (the WorkCentre
stores the complete document in memory before it is sent).
If you select either Always or On error, you can click Show first
fax page to have the WorkCentre print the first page of the fax on
the report.
In the Group send box, select the option you want when faxing
documents to a group.
If you select either Always or On error, you can click Show first
fax page to have the WorkCentre print the first page of the fax on
the report.
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6
7
In the Group poll box, select the option you want when retrieving
documents from multiple remote machines using group polling.
Under the ITU-T Relay, choose the report setup for relay
communications.
Originator Select the option you want for relay transmissions
started at the initiating station. If you select either Always or On
error, you can click Show first fax page to have the WorkCentre
print the first page of the fax on the report.
Station Select the option you want for relay transmissions
received and retransmitted by the relay station. If you select
either Always or On error, you can click Show first fax page to
have the WorkCentre print the first page of the fax on the report.
Destination Select the option you want for relay transmissions
received by the end station. If you select either Always or On
error, you can click Show first fax page to have the WorkCentre
print the first page of the fax on the report.
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Reception Reports Setup
You can set the WorkCentre to automatically print a report whenever
a document is received in a mailbox or at a relay station.
1
2
3
4
5
Click the Reports icon.
Click Local to mailbox to print a report when a local mailbox
receives a document.
Click Remote to mailbox to print a report when a remote mailbox
receives a document.
Click ITU-T Relay station to print a report when a relay station
receives a document.
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Printing the Settings Report
The Settings Report lists the current defaults set on the WorkCentre.
1
Do one of the following:
•
•
2
From the File menu, click Print Settings Report.
From the toolbar, click the Print button.
In the Print Setup dialog box, click OK.
The WorkCentre prints the report.
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Using the ControlCentre
Saving the WorkCentre Settings
You can save the ControlCentre options you set and your Phonebook
to a file on your PC. If needed, the file provides you with a backup
copy of your WorkCentre settings. If you want to save your
Phonebook only, see Saving a Phonebook to Your PC.
Saving WorkCentre Settings to a File
1
Do one of the following:
•
•
From the File menu, click Save Settings.
From the toolbar, click the Save button.
The Save As dialog box opens.
2
In the Save in box, select a location for the settings file.
3
In the File name box, type a name for the settings file.
4
Click Save.
Opening a Saved WorkCentre Settings File
1
Do one of the following:
•
•
From the File menu, click Open Settings.
From the toolbar, click the Open button.
The Open dialog box opens.
2
In the Look in box, find the file’s location and then select it.
3
Click Open.
4
If you made changes to the current settings file and did not save
them, a dialog box opens. Do one of the following:
•
•
Click Yes to save the changes.
Click No to not save the changes.
Creating a New WorkCentre Settings File
1
From the File menu, click New Settings.
The WorkCentre updates the ControlCentre with its current
settings.
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2
In the ControlCentre, change any of the settings.
3
Save the new settings to a file. See Saving WorkCentre Settings
to a File.
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Enabling Xerox personnel to perform remote tests
1
Click the General icon and then click the Advanced Features tab.
2
Click Remote access to allow a remote Xerox test facility or
service center to perform diagnostic tests on the WorkCentre.
3
In the Download box, select one of the following options:
Always Allow Xerox service persons to download firmware to the
WorkCentre at any time.
Note If there are any jobs stored in memory when firmware is
downloaded, they will be lost.
When no job is in memory Allows Xerox service persons to
download firmware to the WorkCenter only when there aren’t any
jobs stored in memory.
Never Does not allow Xerox service persons to download
firmware to the WorkCentre.
4
In the Remote diagnostics password box, type the password
Xerox authorized service persons must use when accessing the
WorkCentre from a remote diagnostics center. To allow Xerox
service persons to perform remote diagnostics, you must advise
them of the password.
5
Click Apply to set the options at the WorkCentre.
Setting up automatic supply ordering
1
Click the General icon and then click the Advanced Features tab.
2
Click Automatic supplies order request to automatically fax orders
for toner cartridges and drum units.
3
In the Entry from box, select the type of entry you want to use for
the fax number. Options include: Fax number and, if these entries
are preset in your Phonebook, Speed Dial, One Touch and Group
Dial.
4
In the Fax number box, specify the fax number to which orders
are sent.
5
To automatically fax an order for a toner cartridge when the toner
level is low, do the following:
•
Click Toner request.
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Using the ControlCentre
•
In the Part number box, enter the toner cartridge’s part number.
See your System Administrator’s Guide Section C for the part
number.
•
In the Quantity box, select the number of cartridges to order.
Firmware Download
Information regarding this feature can be found in the On-line Help
facility within the Control Centre software loaded onto your PC.
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16
Troubleshooting
Self Test
The self test enables you to understand the performance of the
machine and diagnose any problems it may have. You may be
requested to do this by a Xerox customer support center
representative.
To enter self test:
1. Press.
Auto test
1. Auto test
2. Individual test
3. Print test
Menu
2. Select the Self test option required.
To run the test automatically and test a number of functions of the
machine, press
.
To select individual test, press
want to run. The tests are:
ADF test - press
then
then select the test that you
, load the documents in the ADF
and start to feed the documents. After all the documents are fed,
the number of documents that have been scanned is displayed.
You will be prompted to confirm that the number of pages
scanned are correct.
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Key test - Press
then
. You will be asked to press all
the keys on the control panel and then press the Stop key at the
end of the test. You will receive an OK prompt if the test is
successful.
LED test - Press
then
. This test will turn on all the
then
. When you run this test please
control panel LEDs.
LCD test - Press
check that all the sections in the LCD are turned ON and then
turned OFF. You will be prompted to confirm that the test was
successfully completed.
Speaker test - Press
then
. You will be prompted to
select the various speaker volumes available and confirm that the
test was successful.
Switch test - Press
then
. During this test you will be
prompted to open and close the scanner cover, open and close
the machine top cover, pull out and push in the paper tray,
remove and replace the process unit, load the bypass tray with
paper and use the flip door.
Test print - Press
then
. When selected the machine
will print out a test document which can be checked for print
quality. This test uses the main paper cassette and does not pick
up the paper in the bypass cassette.
To print out a Self Test Report displaying the status of the Auto
test and the Individual tests, press
.
3. When you have completed the required Self Test, press Exit or
Stop to return to the Standby Mode.
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Calling for Service
If you have an error with the machine which you are unable correct
using the tables, please contact the customer Support Center. Before
calling, please have the serial number of the machine available and
any messages that are displayed.
Contact the support center at the following telephone number:
USA - 1-800-821-2797
Canada - 1-800-939-3768
Europe - Refer to the Warranty Pack provided with your machine for
your support centre telephone number.
South America and the rest of the world - Please contact your
local service provider.
Error Messages and Codes
If an abnormal condition arises in the machine or an incorrect
operation is performed, an alarm signal is generated for about 4
seconds and a message to indicate the nature of the error is
displayed. If this happens, take corrective action per the following
table.
Error Message
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Device error XX
Hardware device error
occurred. "xx" is an error
code which identifies the
cause of error. This error
shows that the terminal does
not work any more. See
device error code table.
Turn off the power and turn on
the power again. If the same
problem continues, call the
service representative.
Network disabled
Network related PWB
(Network adapter board or
NIC) is out of order. Network
related features do not work.
Confirm the Network adapter
board and NIC are installed
properly.
PCL disabled
PCL board is out of order.
PCL printing does not work.
Confirm PCL board is
installed properly.
Scanner quality low
Scanning illumination (LED)
area is broken or scanner
block is dirty.
Confirm LED block and
replace it if LED does not
come on properly. if LED light
comes on properly, clean the
glass and shading plate.
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Error Message
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Phonebook data
was lost
Phonebook information was
lost
Reprogram the dial data from
the control panel or Control
Centre.
Comm. error - retry
The communication did not
end normally.
The error occurs only when
direct transmission feature
was selected. Resend the
document again.
Drum life warning
The drum counter has
reached 9,000 pages.
Replace the Drum Unit. See
“Replacing the Drum Unit”.
Replace drum
The drum unit has reached
the end of its life.
Replace the drum unit. See
“Replacing the Drum Unit”.
Toner is low
The Toner sensor detected
"toner low" status.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Out of toner
The Toner sensor detected
"toner end" status.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Power failure
The power has been turned
off during an operation or a
document in memory has
been lost.
Review the Power Failure
List.
Control panel open
The control panel is open
Close the control panel
Top cover is open
The top cover is open
Close the top cover.
Document jam
A document jam occurred.
Open the control panel and
remove the document.
Paper jam XX
A piece of paper has been
misfed.
"xx" specifies the cause of the
paper jam. See the paper jam
error code table.
Paper Tray is empty
All paper trays are empty.
Add paper to the paper trays
and ensure the trays are
closed correctly.
Upper paper empty
The upper paper tray is
empty.
Add paper to the upper paper
tray and close the tray
correctly.
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Error Message
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Middle paper empty
The middle paper tray is
empty.
Add paper to the middle
paper tray and close the tray
correctly.
Lower paper empty
The lower paper tray is
empty.
Add paper to the lower paper
tray and close the tray
correctly.
Memory is full
Image memory becomes full
during scanning the
document into the image
memory.
Press [STOP] and retry the
operation after remaining
memory space becomes
larger than current size.
Network error
The terminal can not
communicate with the LAN,
Confirm the modular cable
plug us connected properly or
the network is running
properly.
Check line - 1
Telephone line does not
connect properly,
Confirm the modular cable is
connected to the terminal
properly
Check line -2
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Error Codes
Code
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Probable Cause
Corrective Action
10
The Paper tray is Empty
Add paper to the tray. Ensure the
tray is closed.
11
A Paper Jam occurred.
Open the Top Cover, and clear the
copy paper jam. See the “Paper
Jam” section in this chapter.
12
A document jam occurred.
Remove the jammed document.
See the “Paper Jam” section in
this chapter.
13
Operator control panel or Top Cover, is
open.
Close the panel or cover.
20
A power failure occurred.
Check the Power Failure Report
and retry the operation.
22
File Error due to a Directory Error.
Call for Service.
30
The Stop key was pressed during the
communication.
Retry the operation.
32
The designated number of pages does
not match the actual document.
Verify the designated number is
correct. If the document misfed,
resend the document.
33
Polling Error. The security code does
not match.
Check the security code and retry
the operation.
42
The Free Memory is zero causing the
communication to stop.
Recover sufficient memory by
completing reserved job, then
retry the communication.
50
The remote party cannot be reached
even after redialing.
Confirm the telephone number is
correct, then retry the
communication.
53
Security mismatch in Relay or Mailbox
transmission. The functions of the
remote machine and yours do not
match.
Confirm the remote party’s
security code, password and
telephone number.
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Code
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
87
No residual memory was remaining on
the remote party’s machine in a Relay
or Mailbox transmission.
Check the remote machine. Retry
the transmission.
B0
B1
The functions of the remote machine
and yours do not match.
Verify the remote station is
compatible, then retry the
communication.
B2
B3
B4
B5
Network communication problem.
Check the remote machine and
retry the operation.
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
Picture signal problem.
Retry the operation.
D0
D1
D2
Communication error.
Retry the operation
E0
Picture memory error.
Retry the operation.
E6
Printer problem.
Call for service.
F0
F1
Communication error.
Turn power off, wait 3 seconds
and turn power on. Retry the
operation.
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Device Error Codes
Code
16-8
Description
Replace Parts
21
The new drum unit does not function
properly.
Drum unit
22
Fuser error 1 (Case1)
Fuser unit, Call for Service.
23
Fuser error 1 (Case2)
Fuser unit, Call for Service.
24
Fuser error 1 (Case3)
Fuser unit, Call for Service.
25
Fuser error 1 (Case4)
Fuser unit, Call for Service.
41
The Polygon motor in the LSU does
not rotate.
LSU, Call for Service.
42
The LSU’s laser beam is not
functioning properly.
LSU, Call for Service.
50
The printer drive motor does not rotate Printer, Call for Service.
51
The Fan connector is not attached to
the main pwb.
Fan, Call for Service.
60
2nd paper tray does not respond.
2nd paper tray, Call for Service.
61
3rd paper tray does not respond.
3rd paper tray, Call for Service.
80
Scanner image processing IC does not
work properly.
Main pwb, Call for Service.
81
Clock IC does not work properly.
Main pwb, Call for Service.
82
The Modem for the line 1 does not
work properly.
Main pwb, Call for Service.
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Paper Jam
If a paper jam occurs during a reception or copying operation, the
message “PAPER JAM XX” is displayed. If this occurs, follow the
procedure below.
The code number "XX" indicates the location where the paper jam
has occurred as shown in the table below.
Code
Location
10
In the 1st Paper Tray
20
In the Optional 2nd Paper Tray
30
In the Optional 3rd Paper Tray
50
In the Optional Bypass Tray
80
In the paper feed area
90
In the paper exit area
If a paper jam occurs during a reception, the received documents are
automatically stored in memory. Once the paper jam is corrected, the
machine automatically prints the contents that were in memory.
See Chapter 4, “Loading Documents” for document specifications
and recommendations which can help avoid paper jams.
Note:
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1. Remove any documents from the Document Tray.
Remove
Documents
071
2. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever to open the Top Cover.
Top Cover
Open Lever
Top Cover
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3. Open the Right Side Cover and remove any jammed paper.
Right Side Cover
064
CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not expose the green drum to light for
more than 3 minutes. Never expose it to direct
sunlight or touch the green drum. Damage or poor
print quality may result.
4. Remove the Developer Assembly with the Drum Unit.
Developer
Assembly
Drum Unit
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5. Pull up on the green Paper Feed Release Lever and remove
jammed paper. Avoid tearing the paper.
Paper
067
Paper Feed
Release Lever
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WARNING
The black colored fuser housing may be hot if the
machine was in use prior to this paper jam.
6. If the paper is jammed partway through the Fuser Unit (black
colored housing), remove the jammed paper in the direction of
the arrow. Avoid tearing the paper.
Fuser Unit
Paper
068
Paper
069
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7. Install the Developer Assembly with the Drum Unit. Place it in the
machine, press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit
until the Drum Unit clicks into place.
8. Close the Right Side Cover, then close the Top Cover.
9. Press down on the Top Cover until a “click” is heard to ensure the
latches engage.
Top Cover
070
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Right Side
Cover
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Document Jam
If a document jam occurs during a transmission, the message
“DOCUMENT JAM” is displayed. If this occurs, follow the procedure
below.
It is recommended that a duplicate from a copier, of the jammed
document be used to reduce the chance of a jam when resending the
document.
See Chapter 4, “Loading Documents” for document specifications
and recommendations which may help avoid paper jams.
Note:
The power can be left ON when clearing a paper jam.
Typical Causes of
Document Jams
Recommended Procedure
The document is fed at an
angle.
Adjust the Document Guides to the edges of the
document.
The document paper is too
thin or too thick.
Make a duplicate using a copier and use the copy
as the sending document.
Document has tape or
pieces of paper taped to it.
Remove the tape or make a duplicate using a
copier and use the copy as the sending document.
The Transmission Cover is
not fully closed.
Close the Transmission Cover fully.
The document is stapled.
Remove the staple(s), or make a duplicate using a
copier and use the copy as the sending document.
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1. Remove all documents from the Document Tray.
Remove
Documents
071
2. Press the Transmission Cover Release Button to open the
Transmission Cover.
Transmission
Cover
Control Panel
Release Button
072
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3. Remove the document jam. Remove any pieces of paper, paper
clips, or staples that may have caused the jam.
Remove Paper
073
4. Close the Transmission Cover. Ensure the latch engages.
Push here to close
the Transmission Cover
074
5. Verify the display has returned to the Standby Mode.
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Status Code Table
A status code is displayed on some reports. The Code is displayed in
3 digits to the right of the Mode symbol.
CODE
Example:
G3 5 0 2
G3
Encoded Data
Line Density Data
Transmission Speed
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MMR
8 pels/mm x 3.85/lines/mm
14400 bps
Transmission
Code Speed
Code
Line Density
Code
Encoding
0
2400 bps
0
8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm
0
MH
1
4800 bps
1
8 pels/mm x 7.7lines/mm
1
MR
2
7200 bps
2
8 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm
2
MMR
3
9600 bps
3
3
JBIG
4
12000 bps
4
5
14400 bps
6
33600 bps
—
16 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm
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Transmission Problems
When transmissions are not successful, check the items in the table
below. If you confirm these items are set up correctly and
transmissions are still unsuccessful, call for technical support.
Problem
Check Items
When you place a
document in the Document
Tray, nothing happens.
• Have you inserted the document far enough into the
feeder?
• Is the power cord connected to the AC outlet?
• Is an error message displayed? If so, see the Error
Messages and Codes section in this chapter.
• Is the document size or thickness within
specification? See the User’s Guide, “Document
Specifications”.
When you press the Start
key in the Direct Send
mode, the message
“Dialing” or
“Communicating” does not
display.
• If you are transmitting “Off-hook”, press Start
before returning the handset to the cradle.
• Is the modular cord of the fax machine
disconnected?
• Is the Dialing Mode of the machine set correctly?
See “Setting the Dial Mode”.
• Is the telephone functioning properly?
• Is there an error on the receiving side?
Documents misfeed;
skewed pages.
• Are the Document Guides adjusted to the document
width?
• Is the Control Panel fully closed?
• Does the document fall within specifications? See
the User’s Guide, “Document Specifications”.
• Is the Document Extension Tray fully extended?
Documents misfeed;
2 pages feed at a time.
• Are too many pages loaded into the Document
Feeder? See the User’s Guide, “Document
Specifications” for maximum capacities.
• Does the document fall within specifications?
• Was the document forced too far into the Document
Feeder?
• Is the Document Extension Tray fully extended?
• Have you cleaned the Retard Pad and Rollers? See
“Maintaining the Machine”.
The remote station
receives a blank or
elongated printout.
• Was the document loaded incorrectly with its
printed side up?
• Is the Control Panel fully closed?
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Problem
Check Items
The sending procedure
was completed correctly
but nothing happened at
the receiving end.
• Is the remote machine able to communicate with a
G3 facsimile? The WorkCentre can communicate
with G3 facsimiles but not G2 or G4.
Documents cannot be
transmitted overseas.
• Set the Fax Speed to transmit the document at a
slower speed. See “Setting up the Phonebook”.
Reception Problems
When receptions are not successful, check the items in the following
table. If you confirm these items are set up correctly and receptions
are still unsuccessful, call for technical support.
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Problem
Check Items
When you are to receive a
document via the Manual
Reception mode, the fax is
not received when the
Start key is pressed.
• Did you return the handset to its cradle before
pressing Start? If so, you must press Start before
you hang up.
• Is there a document in the Document Tray on your
machine? If so, remove it by pressing the Stop key.
• Is the modular cord connected?
• Is the power cord connected?
• Does the Paper Tray have paper?
• Is the Top Cover fully closed?
• Is there an error on the sending machine?
The received fax will not
feed out.
• Is the Top Cover fully closed?
• Is the Right Side Cover fully closed?
After placing paper in the
Paper tray, the Paper
Empty message continues
to display.
• Is the paper installed correctly? See “Replacing the
Paper”.
The received document is
too dark and difficult to
read. Unnecessary lines
are printed.
• Is the original document on the sending side of poor
quality? Check with the remote station.
• Is there a problem with the remote machine?
• Does the same problem happen when you copy a
document? If so, clean the Recording Unit. See
“Maintaining the Machine”.
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Problem
Check Items
The paper is fed out but
nothing is printed.
• Is the machine out of toner?
• Is the document on the sending side loaded
correctly?
Paper jams occur
frequently.
• Is the Paper Tray adjusted for the correct paper
size? See “Adjusting the Paper Tray”.
• Is the Paper Tray fully closed?
• Does the document fall within specifications? See
the User’s Guide, “Document Specifications”.
• Is the Right Side Cover fully closed?
Machine answers incoming
call but will not receive.
• If Refuse Junk Mail is On the machine will only
receive for other machines listed in your dial
directory phonebook.
Image Quality
If the Document Scanner or Recording Unit is dirty, the quality of your
transmitted or received images can be poor. It is recommended that
these areas are cleaned regularly. Refer to “Maintaining the Machine”
for detailed cleaning procedures.
Problems with envelopes
If you experience feeding problems where the pre-stuck end of
envelopes becoming folded back during printing check that the
envelope is gummed completely.
Communications failure
With the H/N model, if a second line is not plugged in and you try to
send group jobs you will get a comms failure as line 2 is not plugged
in.
Set line 2 to 'receive only'.
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Troubleshooting
Notes:
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Ordering Supplies
Ordering Supplies
To order supplies, contact the Xerox supplies center at the following
number:
•
•
•
USA
– Supplies center
– Fax number
1-800-822-2200
1-800-338-7020
Canada
– French
– English
1-800-668-0133
1-800-668-0199
Europe
– Call your local sales and service provider.
Supplies:
Item
Part Number
Paper (letter size, 20 lb.)
Paper (legal size, 20 lb.)
Paper (A4, 80 g/m²)
3R721
3R727
3R91820
Drum Unit
US/CA/AO 113R459
XE
113R460
(Also includes an Ozone Filter, ADF Pad
and Cleaning Kit)
Toner Cartridge
(Also includes a Fuser Cleaner)
Maintenance Kit
US/CA/AO 106R404
XE
106R405
US/CA/AO 673K77180
XE/AO
673K77190
A maintenance kit should be ordered at 60K transactions to ensure
that the print quality and performance of your product is maintained to
the highest level.
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Note:
For more information regarding different Media Supplies and
WorkCentre Options please refer to Appendix C - Product
Data Sheet.
Ordering Supplies Automatically
The Automatic Supplies Ordering feature allows you to have the
machine automatically send a report to a specified fax number
(normally a supplies center) when the machine is out of toner or the
drum life is low. This will ensure that supplies are available when
needed and will minimize ordering time.
Supplies can be ordered through the customer’s internal supplies
center, through a dealer or even through Xerox Supplies. This is
determined when the order center fax number is input after the auto
supplies order is activated (see Supplies Order in Chapter 2). You
may also want the flexibility to make bulk orders in order to gain
quantity discounts when dealing directly with the Xerox supplies
center.
Setting-up Automatic Supplies Ordering
Automatic Supplies Ordering is a three stage process, you need to
setup details of the destination where the order will be sent, you need
to set up details of the supplies to be ordered and you need to provide
your ordering details. Once you have completed the process, you can
print a copy of the order form.
Setting up the destination
To set the destination details:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Supplies order setup
1. Destination setup
2. Supplies
3. Other information
4. Image print
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2. Press
.
Destination setup
Enter fax number.
or press Phonebook
key or one touch key
3. Enter the Speed Dial or One Touch key that you preset for the
supplies center, (You must press Phonebook, then press Enter
before entering a speed dial number).
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
Entering the part details
To set the part details:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Supplies order setup
1. Destination setup
2. Supplies
3. Other information
4. Image print
2. Press
.
Select supplies
1. Toner
2. Drum
Press
A-4
to enter Toner or
to enter Drum.
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xxxxx ordering
1. Select auto order
2. Enter part number
3. Enter quantity
3. Press
then
to order automatically.
Enter part number
Part # (20 max) :
4. Press
then
and use the keypad to enter the part
number of the toner or drum.
Enter quantity
Quantity (1-99) :
5. Press
then
and use the keypad to enter the quantity
required.
6. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Entering ordering details
To set the ordering details:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Supplies order setup
1. Destination setup
2. Supplies
3. Other information
4. Image print
2. Press
.
Other information
1. Customer number
2. Contact name
3. Contact tel number
4. Ship to name
5. Ship to address
Enter customer number
Number (20 max) :
3. Press
A-6
and use the keypad to enter your customer number.
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Enter contact name
Name (40 max) :
Press
and use the keypad to enter the contact name.
Enter tel number
Tel number (32 max) :
Press
and use the keypad to enter the contact telephone
number.
Enter ship to name
Name (40 max) :
Press
and use the keypad to enter the name to whom the
items will be despatched.
Enter ship address
Address (64 max) :
Press
and use the keypad to enter the shipping address for
items.
4. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Printing the order form
To print the order form:
1. Press:
Menu
***
Supplies order setup
1. Destination setup
2. Supplies
3. Other information
4. Image print
2. Press
. The order form will print.
3. The menu selection screen redisplays. Press Exit or Stop to
return to the Standby Mode.
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Maintaining the Product
Replacing the Paper
When the machine runs out of paper, “PAPER TRAY IS EMPTY”
displays and printing stops. Replace the paper using the following
procedure:
To replace the paper:
1. Open the Paper Tray.
Paper Tray
036
2. Do not fan the paper. Make sure that the corners of paper are
neatly aligned.
038
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3. Press down the paper pressure plate until it clicks.
Paper Pressure Plate
039
4. Insert up to 250 sheets into the paper tray.
CAUTION
To avoid paper jams, do not exceed the upper limit
line on the Paper Guide.
Be careful not to damage the claws of the paper tray.
Upper Limit Line
Paper
040
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5.
Push the paper tray all the way into the machine.
041
Paper Tray
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Replacing the Toner Cartridge and Fuser Cleaner
When the Toner Cartridge requires replacing, the Fuser Cleaner must
also be replaced.
The TONER IS LOW message is displayed when the Toner Cartridge
needs to be replaced. If printing continues, a long tone sounds, the
OUT OF TONER message displays, and printing stops.
CAUTION
Only replace the Toner Cartridge after TONER IS
LOW or OUT OF TONER displays. If the Toner
Cartridge is replaced prematurely, print quality
problems can occur.
To replace the Toner Cartridge:
1. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever and open the Top Cover.
Top Cover
Open Lever
023
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CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not touch the green drum area or the
black toner roller. Do not leave the Drum Unit out of
the machine for an extended period. Touching the
drum or exposing the Drum Unit to light could lower
the print quality.
2. Remove the Developer Assembly from the machine. The
following figure shows how to remove the Developer Assembly.
Developer
Assembly
065
3. Place the Developer Assembly on a level surface.
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4. Lift up on two green handles to separate the Drum Unit from the
Developer Assembly. The following figure shows the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
098
5. Place the Drum Unit on a level surface. Cover the Drum Unit with
a clean cloth to protect the unit from exposure to light.
6. Place the Developer Assembly over paper to protect the surface
on which you are working.
7. Tap the toner cartridge several times to make any remaining
toner fall into the Developer Assembly.
Note:
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Avoid touching the toner to your clothing since toner
cannot be removed easily. If the toner sticks to your
clothing, immediately rinse out the toner with cold water.
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8. Press the green Button the left of the Developer Assembly and slide the
toner cartridge to the left to disengage it from the Developer Assembly.
The following figure shows how to remove the Toner Cartridge from the
Developer Assembly.
Toner Cartridge
093
Button
9. Lift the Toner Cartridge from the Developer Assembly. Dispose of the
used toner cartridge properly.
10. Hold the New Toner Cartridge with both hands and shake the cartridge
back and forth several times.
New Toner Cartridge
095
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11. Align the four hooks on the new Toner Cartridge with the slots on
the Developer Assembly. Fit the cartridge to the assembly. The
following figure shows how the Toner Cartridge and the
Developer Assembly connect.
Toner Cartridge
096
Developer
Assembly
12. Move the cartridge to the right until the button on the left of the
Developer Assembly clicks into place.
13. Holding the Developer Assembly with one hand, grasp the edge
of the protective strip under the toner housing. Pull the Strip firmly
to completely remove it from the cartridge.
Developer
Assembly
Strip
025
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14. Position the Drum Unit with the green drum surface facing the
black toner roller on the Developer Assembly. Without touching
the green drum surface, hook the Drum Unit to the Developer
Assembly. The following figure shows how to join the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
026
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Developer
Assembly
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15. Holding the Developer Assembly by the green handles, align the
three shafts on the Developer Assembly sides with the slots in
the machine frame. Lower the assembly into the machine .
Developer
Assembly
027
The following figure shows how the shafts on the Developer
Assembly align with the slots.
028
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16. Press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit until the
Drum Unit clicks into place. The following figure shows how to
press the Drum Unit into place.
Drum Unit
029
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To replace the Fuser Cleaner:
The Fuser Cleaner is located in the black fuser housing.
Fuser Cleaner
100
WARNING
The black colored fuser housing may be hot if the
machine was in use prior to this servicing.
17. Grasp the two green tabs and lift the Fuser Cleaner from the
machine.
075
Fuser Cleaner
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18. Install the new Fuser Cleaner by positioning its left side first.
076-1
076-2
19. Place the fuser cleaner on the fuser housing from its front side
first. At this time, the guides of the fuser cleaner should be
positioned on the right side. Then, move the fuser cleaner to the
back side so that the guides of the fuser cleaner align with the
guides of the fuser housing.
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20. Close the Top Cover. Press down on the Top Cover until a “click”
is heard to ensure the cover is closed.
Top Cover
101
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Replacing the Drum Unit
The Drum Unit requires replacement when the DRUM LIFE
WARNING is displayed.
When the Drum Unit requires replacement, the Fuser Cleaner and
Ozone Filter must also be replaced. Do not replace the Drum Unit
with one that has been used. The DRUM LIFE WARNING display
does not clear if a used Drum Unit is installed.
CAUTION
Do not expose the green Drum to light for more than
3 minutes. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight
or touch the drum. Damage or poor print quality may
result.
To replace the Drum Unit:
1. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever and open the Top Cover.
Top Cover
Top Cover
Open Lever
023
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CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not touch the green drum area or the
black toner roller. Do not leave the Drum Unit out of
the machine for an extended period.
Touching the drum or exposing the Drum Unit to light
could lower the print quality.
2. Remove the Developer Assembly from the machine. The
following figure shows how to remove the Developer Assembly.
Developer
Assembly
065
3. Lift up on the 2 green handles to separate the Drum Unit from the
Developer Assembly. The following figure shows the Drum Unit
separated from the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
098
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Developer Assembly
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4. Place the Developer Assembly on a flat clean surface. Discard of
the used Drum Unit properly.
5. Position the new Drum Unit with the green drum surface facing
the black toner roller on the Developer Assembly. Without
touching the green drum surface, hook the Drum Unit to the
Developer Assembly. The following figure shows how to join the
Drum Unit and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
026
6. Holding the Developer Assembly by the green handles, align the
three shafts on the Developer Assembly sides with the slots in
the machine frame. Lower the assembly into the machine.
Developer
Assembly
027
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The following figure shows how the shafts on the Developer
Assembly align with the slots.
028
7. Press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit until the
Drum Unit clicks into place. The following figure shows how to
press the Drum Unit into place.
Drum Unit
029
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To replace the Ozone Filter:
8. Remove the Ozone Filter from the inside of the machine. Then,
place the new ozone filter into the machine.
Ozone Filter
077
9. Close the Top Cover. Press down on the Top Cover until a “click”
is heard to ensure the latches engage.
Top Cover
101
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Cleaning the Machine
Cleaning the Cabinet and Ozone Filter
Wipe the machine with a damp cloth to remove dust and fingerprints.
Use water to dampen the cloth. Do not use chemicals for cleaning, as
this can cause discoloration or damage to the finish of the machine.
Use a vacuum cleaner or brush to remove dust from the vents and
the Ozone Filter (see figure). Refer to “Replacing the Ozone Filter” in
the previous section to replace the Ozone Filter.
Ventilation Openings
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Cleaning the Document Scanner
The quality of scanned images deteriorates if the Document Scanner
becomes dirty.
Use the following procedure to clean the Scanner components:
1. Press the Transmission Cover Open Button to open the
Transmission Cover.
2. Wipe the glass surface and the guide with a soft dry cloth (lens
cleaner cloth).
If the surfaces require moisture to remove the dirt, use a cloth
slightly dampened with water to remove the dirt, followed by a dry
cloth to remove streaks.
Guide
Glass
082
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3. Wipe the Retard Pad and the rollers with a dry cloth.
If the surfaces require moisture to remove the dirt, use a cloth
slightly dampened with water to remove the dirt, followed by a dry
cloth.
Retard Pad
082
4. Close the Transmission Cover.
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Cleaning the Developer Assembly and the
Surrounding Parts
The period for cleaning all the parts associated with the Developer
Assembly is every 3,000 pages and at 10,000 pages, or every 6
months. Clean the following parts of the machine when you replace
the toner cartridge or the Drum Unit:
•
Transfer Wire and Discharge Wire —The Transfer Wire and the
Discharge Wire are located under the Developer Assembly inside
the machine.
•
Paper Guide —The Paper Guide is located under the Developer
Assembly inside the machine.
•
Developer Assembly —The Developer Assembly has a Mylar
Sheet below the toner roller.
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Use the following procedure to clean the Developer Assembly and
the surrounding parts:
1. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever and open the Top Cover.
WARNING
Do not touch the fuser housing inside the machine. The fuser
housing is extremely hot while the machine is operating.
Top Cover
Top Cover
Open Lever
023
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CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not touch the green drum area or the
black roller. Do not leave the Drum Unit out of the
machine for an extended period.
Touching the drum or exposing the Drum Unit to light
could lower the print quality.
2. Remove the Developer Assembly from the machine. The
following figure shows how to remove the Developer Assembly.
Developer Assembly
065
3. Place the Developer Assembly on a level surface. Cover the
assembly with a clean cloth to protect the drum from exposure to
light.
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CAUTION
Do not touch the Discharge Wire or Transfer Wire
with your hands. The oils from your hands could
contaminate the wire resulting in lower print quality.
To clean the Transfer Wire and Discharge Wire
4. Clean the Transfer Wire and the Discharge Wire with a cotton
swab. The following figure shows how to clean the Transfer Wire
and the Discharge Wire.
Discharge Wire
087
Transfer Wire
To clean the Paper guide
5. Wipe the Paper Guide with a dry cloth. The following figure
shows the Paper Guides.
Paper Guide
099
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To clean the Developer Assembly
6. Lift up on the 2 green handles to separate the Drum Unit from the
Developer Assembly. The following figure shows the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
098
7. Cover the entire Drum Unit with a clean cloth to protect the drum
from exposure to light.
8. Place the Developer Assembly over paper to protect the surface
on which you are working.
9. Use a cotton swab to clean above the Mylar Sheet of the
Developer Assembly. The following figure shows how to clean the
Mylar Sheet.
105
Mylar Sheet
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10. Position the Drum Unit with the green drum surface facing the
black roller on the Developer Assembly. Without touching the
green drum surface, hook the Drum Unit to the Developer
Assembly. The following figure shows how to join the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
026
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11. Holding the Developer Assembly by the green handles, align the
three shafts on the Developer Assembly sides with the slots in
the machine frame. Lower the assembly into the machine.
Developer
Assembly
027
The following figure shows how the shafts on the Developer
Assembly align with the slots.
Developer
Assembly
028
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12. Press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit until the
Drum Unit clicks into place. The following figure shows how to
press the Drum Unit into place.
Drum Unit
029
13. Close the Top Cover. Press down on the Top Cover until a “click”
is heard to ensure the cover is closed.
Top Cover
101
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Cleaning the Charger Wire and the Laser Beam Window
Clean the following parts of the machine when you replace the Drum
Unit or the ozone filter. The period for cleaning is every 10,000 pages
or every 6 months.
•
Laser Beam Window
The Laser Beam Window is located on the under side of the Top
Cover.
•
Charger Wire
The Charger Wire is located on the Drum Unit above the green
drum roller.
Use the following procedure to clean the charger wire and the laser
beam window:
1. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever and open the Top Cover.
WARNING
Do not touch the fuser housing inside the machine. The fuser
housing is extremely hot while the machine is operating.
Top Cover
Top Cover
Open Lever
023
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To clean the Laser Beam Window
2.
Wipe the laser beam window with a cotton swab or a dry cloth
(lens cleaner cloth). The following figure shows the laser beam
window.
Laser Beam
Window
081
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CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not touch the green drum area or the
black roller. Do not leave the Drum Unit out of the
machine for an extended period. Touching the drum
or exposing the Drum Unit to light could lower the
print quality.
To clean the Charger Wire
3. Remove the Developer Assembly from the machine. The
following figure shows how to remove the Developer Assembly.
Developer
Assembly
065
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4. Place the Developer Assembly on a level surface.
5. Lift up on the 2 green handles to separate the Drum Unit from the
Developer Assembly. Place the Drum Unit on a level surface. The
following figure shows the Drum Unit and the Developer
Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
098
6. Locate the Charger Wire on the Drum Unit.
7. Use the Charger Cleaner to lightly wipe the Charger Wire on the
Drum Unit. The following figure shows how to clean the Charger
Wire.
Charger Cleaner
Drum Unit
088
Charger Wire
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8. Position the Drum Unit with the green drum surface facing the
black toner roller on the Developer Assembly. Without touching
the green drum surface, hook the Drum Unit to the Developer
Assembly. The following figure shows how to join the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
026
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Developer
Assembly
B-35
9. Holding the Developer Assembly by the green handles, align the
three shafts on the Developer Assembly sides with the slots in
the machine frame. Lower the assembly into the machine.
Developer
Assembly
027
The following figure shows how the shafts on the Developer
Assembly align with the slots.
028
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10. Press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit until the
Drum Unit clicks into place. The following figure shows how to
press the Drum Unit into place.
Drum Unit
029
11. Close the Top Cover. Press down on the Top Cover until a “click”
is heard to ensure the cover is closed.
Top Cover
101
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Cleaning the Components as Needed
Dirt or dust gather in the machine and can cause the machine to print
incorrectly. The following lists the parts to clean and how the dirt can
affect the print quality.
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•
Contacts — These groups of contacts are located under the
Developer Assembly. Dirt or dust on the contacts causes the
printer to blur characters.
•
Metering Blade — The Metering Bade is located above the black
toner roller on the Developer Assembly. Dirt between the magnet
roller and the metering blade causes the machine to print vertical
lines.
•
Document Scanner — The Document Scanner is located on the
underside of the Control Panel.
•
Scanner Rollers and Retard Pad — The Scanner Rollers and
the Retard Pad are parts of the automatic document feeder inside
the scanner.
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Use the following procedure to clean the additional components:
1. Grasp the Top Cover Open Lever and open the Top Cover.
WARNING
Do not touch the fuser housing inside the machine. The fuser
housing is extremely hot while the machine is operating.
Top Cover
Top Cover
Open Lever
023
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CAUTION
Always hold the Developer Assembly by the green
handles. Do not touch the green drum area or the
black roller. Do not leave the Drum Unit out of the
machine for an extended period.
Touching the drum or exposing the Drum Unit to light
could lower the print quality.
2. Remove the Developer Assembly from the machine. The
following figure shows how to remove the Developer Assembly.
Developer
Assembly
065
3. Place the Developer Assembly on a level surface.
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4. Separate the Drum Unit from the Developer Assembly. The
following figure shows the Drum Unit and the Developer
Assembly.
Drum Unit
Developer
Assembly
098
5. Place the Drum Unit on a level surface. Cover the Drum Unit with
a clean cloth to protect the unit from exposure to light.
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To clean Contacts
6. Use a cotton swab to clean the silver contacts in the machine.
Contacts are located inside the chassis in the front, on the right,
and in the rear. The following figure shows the locations of the
contacts.
086
Front
084
Right Side
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085
Rear
To clean the Metering Blade
7. Use the Mylar Scraper to scrape off the toner between the
metering blade and the black toner roller on the Developer
Assembly. The following figure shows how to clean the Metering
Blade.
Mylar Scraper
Metering Blade
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8. Position the Drum Unit with the green drum surface facing the
black toner roller on the Developer Assembly. Without touching
the green drum surface, hook the Drum Unit to the Developer
Assembly. The following figure shows how to join the Drum Unit
and the Developer Assembly.
Drum Unit
026
Developer
Assembly
9. Holding the Developer Assembly by the green handles, align the
three shafts on the Developer Assembly sides with the slots in
the machine frame. Lower the assembly into the machine.
Developer
Assembly
027
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The following figure shows how the shafts on the Developer
Assembly align with the slots.
028
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10. Press firmly on the green squares on the Drum Unit until the
Drum Unit clicks into place. The following figure shows how to
press the Drum Unit into place.
Drum Unit
029
11. Close the Top Cover. Press down the Top Cover until a “click” is
heard to ensure the cover is closed.
Top Cover
101
Installing the maintenance kit
An Installation Sheet will be provided to the customer in the
Maintenance Kit packaging.
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Product Data Sheet
Item
Specification
Document Size
Width:
8.5 in. max. (216 mm) max.
5.8 in. min. (148 mm) min.
Length:
16.5 in. max. (420 mm) max.
3.9 in. min. (100 mm) min.
Max capacity of the
Document Tray (20 lb.)
50 sheets (letter size / A4)
Copy Paper Size
Letter:
Width 8.5 in. (216 mm) x 11.0 in. (280mm)
Legal:
Width 8.5 in. (216 mm) x 14.0 in. (356 mm)
A4:
Width 8.3 in. (210 mm) x 11.7 in. (297 mm)
20 sheets (legal size)
Recording Paper
Output Tray Capacity
(20 lb.)
Letter/A4: Up to 250 sheets per tray (with the
recommended paper)
Paper Output Tray
Capacity
250 sheets
Effective Scanning
Width
8.5 in. (216 mm)
Effective Printing Width
A4:
7.9 in. (201 mm)
Letter:
8.1 in. (207 mm)
Compatibility
Communication Modes
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Legal:
Up to 100 sheets per tray (with the
recommended paper)
EECM, G3
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Item
Specification
Scanning Resolution
Horizontal: 203 dpi (8 dots/mm),
406 dpi (16 dots/mm)
Vertical:
97.8 lines/inch (3.85 lines/mm)
196 lines/inch (7.7 lines/mm)
391 lines/inch (15.4 lines/mm)
Transmission Rate
V.17: 14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
V.34: 33600/31200/28800/26400/21600/19200/
16800/14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
Encoding Systems
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
Recording and Printing
Method
Electrophotography and Laser Printing
Machine Type
Desk-top type with both transmission/reception
functions
Number of
Connectable Lines
Pro 665, Pro 685 - 1 line
Printer Emulation
600 x 600 class printing
Pro765, Pro 785 - 2 lines
406 x 391 dpi Fax/Copy
PC Operating
Environment
Windows 95/98 or NT 4.0
Printer Driver
Xerox Driver Software
PC Interface
Bi-directional Parallel (Centronics 36 pin connector
IEEE1284 compliant)
PC Connectivity
DocuLAN Fax
PC fax software
TWAIN Compatible Scanner
Power Required
89V/138V AC, 50/60 Hz
196V/266V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumed
C-2
Max. 700 W (operating), about 17 W or less (standby
in Power Saver mode) Super Power Saver = 2W
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Item
Specification
Unit Dimensions
Width:
29.9” (760mm)
(see Chapter 2 of the
User’s Guide for Space
Requirements
Depth:
23.3” (596mm)
Height:
13.9” (354mm)
Weight
Approx. 31.5 Kg 69 lbs.
Drum Life
10,000 Prints
Toner Cartridge Yield
The yield of the Initial Toner Cartridge supplied with the
Process Unit is 750 prints. Supply Toner Cartridge
yield is 3,800 prints, assuming 4% print coverage.
Memory Jobs
100
Department Codes
99
Group Numbers
50 (368 stations per group)
Input Mailbox
100 boxes
One Touch Numbers
68
Speed Dial Numbers
(relay Off)
300
Bypass tray
Up to 100 sheets of paper
Memory
Pro 665, Pro 685 - 3 Mb
Pro765, Pro 785 - 7 Mb
Storage is by JBIG encoding method.
Image quality
Standard, Fine, Superfine
Memory backup
Up to 72 hours
Drum CRU Part
Numbers
US/CA/AO
113R459
XE
113R460
(Also includes an Ozone Filter, ADF Pad and Cleaning Kit)
Toner CRU Part
Numbers
US/CA/AO
106R404
XE
106R405
(Also includes a Fuser Cleaner)
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Item
Specification
WorkCentre Pro
Options Part Numbers
Auxiliary Paper Tray - Letter
98S04398
Auxiliary Paper Tray - A4
98S04408
Handset
98S04399
Bypass Tray
98S04397
Letter:
Paper - (20 lb.) -
3R721
Paper - (20 lb.) -
3R6296 (Recycled)
Transparencies -
3R3108
Paper - (20 lb.) -
3R727
Paper - (20 lb.) -
3RTBD (Recycled)
Media Supplies
Legal:
A4:
Paper - (80g/m2) - 3R91820
Paper - (80g/m2) - 3R94565 (Recycled)
Transparencies -
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3R96023
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Safety Certification and Environmental
Compliance
Your Xerox product and supplies have been designed and tested to
meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency
examination and approval, and compliance to established
environmental standards. Please read the following instructions
carefully before operating the equipment and refer to them as needed
to ensure the continued safe operation of your machine. The safety
testing and performance of this product have been verified
using Xerox materials only.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on or supplied with the
product.
* Symbology: !
= General warning alerts user to the risk of
personal damage. Example of specific
warning
= Warning Heated Surface
Unplug this equipment from the wall outlet before cleaning. Always
use materials specifically designated for this product. Use of other
materials may result in poor performance and could create a
hazardous situation.
Do not use aerosol cleaners. Follow the instructions in this User
Guide for proper cleaning methods.
Never use supplies or cleaning materials for purposes other than
what they were intended. Keep all supplies and materials out of reach
of children.
Do not use this product near water, wet locations, or outdoors.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The
product may fall, causing personal injury or serious damage to the
copier
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WARNING
This product must be earthed
This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug (e.g., a
plug having a third grounding pin). This plug will fit only into a
grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. To avoid risk of
electric shock, contact your electrician to replace the receptacle if you
are unable to insert the plug into the outlet. Never us a grounding
adapter plug to connect the copier to a power source receptacle that
lacks a ground connection terminal.
This product should be operated from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power
available, consult your local power company.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate the
product where persons will step or trip on the cord.
Your equipment is equipped with an energy saving device to
conserve power when the machine is not in use. The machine may
be left on continuously.
Slots and Openings in the cabinet and in the back and sides of the
product are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of
the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must
not be blocked or covered. The product should never be located near
or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed
in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
Never push objects of any kind into the slots of the product as they
may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts which could
result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
Never remove covers or guards that require a tool for removal, unless
directed to do so in a Xerox approved maintenance kit.
Never defeat interlock switches. Machines are designed to restrict
operator access to unsafe areas. Covers, guards and interlock
switches are provided to ensure that the machine will not operate with
covers opened.
Use of an extension cord with this product is not recommended
or authorized. Users should check building codes and insurance
requirements if a properly earthed extension cord is to be used.
Ensure that the total ampere ratings of the products plugged into the
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extension cord do not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also,
make sure that the total amperage of all products plugged into the
wall outlets does not exceed the outlet rating.
Do not put your hands into the fuser area, located just inside the exit
tray area, as you may be burned.
Ozone: This product produces ozone during normal operation. The
ozone produced is dependent on copy volume and is heavier than air.
Providing the correct environmental parameter, as specified in the
Xerox installation procedures, ensure that concentration levels meet
safe limits.
If you need additional safety information concerning the copier or
Xerox supplied materials you may call the following number:
Europe: +44 (0)1707 353434
USA: 1800 928 6571
Laser Safety Information
This equipment is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation
Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health
and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the equipment does not
produce hazardous laser radiation.
All laser light emitted inside the equipment is completely confined
within protective housings when any part of the facsimile is opened.
This means that the facsimile is safe to use during normal operation
and maintenance.
WARNING
Adjustment or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in
hazardous laser exposure. Only trained and
qualified personnel may open covers or remove
parts that are not explicitly shown and described
in the WorkCentre Pro 635, 645, 657 User’s Guide
as being accessible to the operator.
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser
products in 1976. These regulations apply to laser products
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manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for
products marketed in the United States. The WorkCentre Pro is in
compliance with the CDRH regulation.
Third Party Certification
The Xerox WorkCentre Pro 665/685/765/785 is certified by various
bodies in compliance with national and international safety standards.
120v 60Hz Nominal Markets:
Underwriter Laboratories Inc., UL 1950, Third Party Edition.
Within reciprocity agreements which include requirements for Canada
230v, 50 Hz Nominal Markets:
EN60950/IEC60950: 1991 including amendments A1, A2, A3 and A4.
Quality Standards: The product is manufactured under a registered
ISO9002 quality system.
Radio Frequency Emissions USA
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved
by the Xerox Corporation may void the users authority to operate this
equipment.
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain
compliance with FCC regulations.
WARNING
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain
compliance with FCC regulations
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Unique European Certification
Approvals and Certification
The CE marking applied to this product symbolizes Xerox Limited
Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable Directives of
the European Union as of the dates indicated:
January 1, 1995: Council Directive 73/23/EEC amended by Council
Directive 93/68/EEC, approximation of the laws of the member states
related to low voltage equipment.
January 1, 1996: Council Directive 89/336/EEC, approximation of
the laws of the member states related to electromagnetic
compatibility.
March 9, 2000: Council Directive 99/5/EEC approximation of the laws
of the member states related to R&TTE.
A full declaration, defining the relevant directives and referenced
standards can be obtained from your Xerox Limited representative or
by contacting:
Xerox Limited Environment Health and Safety,
Xerox Limited Technical Centre,
PO Box 17,
Bessemer Road,
Welwyn Garden City,
Herts AL7 1HE, England
Tel Number + 44(0) 1707 353434
WARNING
This product is certified manufactured and tested in compliance
with strict safety and radio frequency interference regulations.
Any unauthorized alteration which includes the addition of new
functions or the connection of external devices may impact this
certification. Please contact your local Xerox Limited
representative for a list of approved accessories.
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WARNING
In order to allow this product to operate in proximity to
industrial, Scientific and medical (ISM) equipment, the external
radiation from the ISM equipment may have to be limited or
special mitigation measures taken.
WARNING
This is a Class A product in a domestic environment this
product may cause radio frequency interference in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
UK Electricity at Work Regulation
The Electricity at Work Regulation 1989 came into force in England
and Wales on the 1 April 1990. This 1989 Regulation places a duty on
all employers and self-employed persons to ensure the electrical
system in their premises are constructed, maintained and operated in
such a manner as to prevent, so far as reasonably practical, danger.
This includes ensuring all electrical equipment connected to such
electrical systems are safely constructed, maintained and operated.
All Xerox equipment have been designed to exacting safety
standards. They have all undergone a variety of stringent safety tests
including earth bond, insulation resistance and electrical strength
tests. Xerox Limited manufacturing plants have been awarded ISO
9000 quality certification and are subject to regular audits by the
British Standards Institution or equivalent national standards body.
Xerox equipment which has been properly and regularly serviced and
maintained should not have to undergo additional specific safety tests
pursuant to the 1989 Regulation. Customers wishing to complete
safety testing should contact Xerox Limited Technical Centre (see
page 1) for advice prior to any test implementation.
Xerox equipment should, however, be properly and regularly serviced
and maintained at all times.
QUESTION: What is the Electricity at Work Regulation?
ANSWER: The Electricity at Work Regulation 1989 came into force in
England and Wales on the 1 April 1990. This 1989 Regulation places
a duty on all employers and self-employed persons to ensure the
electrical systems in their premises are constructed, maintained and
operated in such a manner as to prevent, so far as reasonably
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practicable, danger. This includes ensuring all electrical products
connected to such electrical systems are safely constructed,
maintained and operated.
QUESTION: Does Xerox Limited comply with the Electricity at
Work Regulation?
ANSWER: The regulation places a duty on all employers and
self-employed persons to ensure the electrical systems in their
premises are, effectively safe.
The regulation does not impose on, amongst others, manufacturers
or suppliers of such electrical systems. However, rest assured that all
Xerox equipment which Xerox Limited and its authorized distributors
supplies to customers, conform with all the relevant safety legislation
and standards.
QUESTION: Is Xerox equipment safe?
ANSWER: All Xerox equipment supplied by Xerox Limited and their
authorized distributors conform to all relevant safety legislation and
standards.
QUESTION: Is the Xerox equipment in my premises safe?
ANSWER: All Xerox equipment supplied by Xerox Limited and their
authorized distributors conform to all relevant safety legislation and
standards. However, like all electrical equipment, they have to be
regularly serviced and maintained by competent persons.
Xerox Limited Customer Service Engineers ensure Xerox equipment
is serviced and maintained to exacting Xerox safety standards. If you
would like your Xerox equipment to be serviced and maintained to
such high standards, please contact your local Xerox Limited
Customer Service Organization. They will be pleased to assist you.
QUESTION: Does the Xerox equipment in my premises comply
with the Electricity at Work Regulations?
ANSWER: All employers and self-employed persons must ensure
that the electrical systems in their premises are safe. This will include
ensuring Xerox equipment in such premises is safe.
Xerox Limited’s Product Safety function has prepared a guide which
contains a list of tests which may be completed by your Xerox Limited
Customer Service Organization. THESE TESTS MUST BE
CARRIED OUT ONLY BY PERSONS WHO POSSESS THE
RELEVANT SKILL, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO CARRY
OUT SUCH TESTS.
Please contact the Xerox Limited Customer Service Organization for
further information.
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THE USE OF INAPPROPRIATE TEST PROCEDURES AND TEST
EQUIPMENT MAY PROVIDE MISLEADING RESULTS AND MAY
CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR DAMAGE TO
PROPERTY.
QUESTION: I would like to carry out my own safety tests on the
Xerox equipment in my premises.
ANSWER: You may, of course, request such tests as you deem
necessary to satisfy yourself that your Xerox equipment is safe. Your
Xerox Limited Customer Support will be pleased to advise you on
such testing.
QUESTION: I require records of all tests
ANSWER: After safety testing, your Xerox Limited Customer Service
Engineer will provide you with a certificate which details the results of
all tests completed.
In the event of any defect being noted, the Xerox equipment will be
switched off and disconnected from the supply until the defect has
been corrected. You will be advised of such action to enable such
defects to be corrected.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST ENSURE THAT YOUR XEROX
EQUIPMENT IS SAFE AT ALL TIMES
Please contact us if you have any queries regarding the information
provided in this document.
Xerox Limited Product Safety,
Xerox Limited Technical Centre,
PO Box 17,
Bessemer Road,
Welwyn Garden City,
Herts AL7 1HE, England
Tel + 44 (0) 1707 353434
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Environmental Compliance
ENERGY STAR®
Xerox Corporation designed this product to
comply with the guidelines of the ENERGY
STAR® program of the Environmental
Protection Agency. As an ENERGY STAR®
Partner, Xerox has determined that this product
meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for
energy efficiency.
Low Power and Sleep Mode
The Workcentre Pro 665/685/765/785 switch to a
standby mode of operation when each task has
been completed.
In this mode of operation the power consumption is
less than the ’Sleep Mode’ energy efficiency limit
required to satisfy energy start requirements.
The machine recovers from standby mode when any
task is initiated within 20 seconds.
Environmental ChoiceM
120v, 60Hz products for Canada.
Terra Choice Environmental Services Inc, of
Canada has verified that this Xerox product
conforms to all applicable Environmental
Choice EcoLogo requirements for minimized
impact on the environment.
SWISS ENERGY 2000
230V, 50Hz
Xerox Corporation has designed and tested this product to meet the
energy restrictions required by Swiss Energy 2000 compliance has
been notified to the registration authorities.
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Telecommunications Requirements
European Fax Approvals and Certification
This Xerox product has been self-certified by Xerox for pan-European
single terminal connection to the analogue public switched telephone
network (PSTN) in accordance Directive 1999/5/EC.
The product has been designed to work with the national PSTNs and
compatible PBXs of the following countries:
Austria
Germany
Luxembourg
Sweden
Belgium
Greece
Netherlands
Switzerland
Denmark
Iceland
Norway
United Kingdom
France
Ireland
Portugal
Finland
Italy
Spain
In the event of problems, you should contact your local Xerox
representative in the first instance.
The product has been tested against TBR21. To assist in the use and
application of terminal equipment which complies with this standard,
the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) has
issued an advisory document (EG 201 121) which contains notes and
additional requirements to ensure network compatibility of TBR21
terminals. The product has been designed against, and is fully
compliant with, all of the relevant advisory notes contained in this
document.
The product may be configured to be compatible with other country
networks. Please contact your Xerox representative if it needs to be
reconnected to another country’s network. There are no
user-adjustable settings on this product.
NOTE: Although this product can use either loop disconnect (pulse)
or DTMF (tone) signalling it is recommended that it is set to use
DTMF signalling. DTMF signalling provides reliable and faster call
set-up.
Modification, connection to external control software or to external
control apparatus not authorised by Xerox, will invalidate its
certification.
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FCC Regulations
Send Header Requirements
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations require all
persons within the United States who send any message via a
facsimile machine to include an identifying message in the
transmission. The message must clearly contain an identifier and
telephone number for the entity (business or individual) sending the
message.
This facsimile machine provides the local ID and name features
required for the FCC regulation. To satisfy the FCC regulation, the
telephone number and name must be included with the printed
document. To comply with the FCC rules, carefully read and follow
the instructions listed in this document to program the local ID and
name.
Data Coupler Information
This Xerox WorkCentre Pro 665/685/765/785 machine contains an
internal data coupler. Its use is restricted by the FCC (Federal
Communications Commission). To comply with the FCC rules, you
must carefully read and follow the instructions listed below.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the rear of
this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the
FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN). If
requested, provide this information to your telephone company.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may
connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring
when your number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the
RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by
the REN, you should call your local telephone company to determine
the maximum REN for your calling area.
WARNING
Ask your local telephone company for the
modular jack type installed on your line.
Connecting this machine to an unauthorized jack
can severely damage telephone company
equipment. You, not Xerox, assume all
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responsibility and/or liability for any damage
caused by the connection of this machine to an
unauthorized jack.
You may safely connect the machine to the following standard
modular jack: USOC RJ-11C. Use the standard line cord (with
modular plugs) provided with the installation kit to connect it.
An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with
this equipment. This equipment is designed to be connected to the
telephone network or premises wiring using a compatible modular
jack which is Part 68 compliant.
Do not connect this machine to a party or coin operated phone line.
Repairs to the machine should be made only by a Xerox
representative or an authorized Xerox service agency. This applies at
any time during or after the service warranty period. If unauthorized
repair is performed, the remainder of the warranty period is null and
void.
If you find the telephone line is damaged or the telephone company
notifies you that your machine is causing damage, disconnect the
machine from the telephone line and call for service. Do not
reconnect the machine until necessary repairs are made.
The telephone company will, where practical, notify you when they
need to temporarily disconnect service. However, if action is
reasonable and necessary, but prior notice is not practical, they may
still temporarily disconnect your service. In such cases they must:
Immediately notify you of their temporary action.
Reconnect service when the source of damage is removed.
Inform you of your rights to bring a complaint to the FCC under FCC
rules.
The telephone company may make changes to its communications
facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures. Such action must be
reasonable, required in the operation of their business, and
consistent with FCC rules. They must give you prior written
notification if the changes can:
Make your machine incompatible with their equipment.
Require modification or alteration of the machine.
Otherwise physically affect performance of the machine.
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WARNING
When programming emergency numbers and/or
making test calls to emergency numbers:
Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher
the reason for the call before hanging up.
Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as
early morning hours or late evenings.
Canadian Certification
Notice: The Industry Canada Label on the machine identifies certified
equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications networks protective, operational and safety
requirements. Industry Canada does not guarantee the equipment
will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is
permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed
using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the
company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual
service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly
(telephone extension cord).
The customer should be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized
Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs
or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment
malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to
request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection the electrical ground
connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic
water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This
precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION
Users should not attempt to make such connections
themselves, but should contact the appropriate
electric inspection authority or electrician, as
appropriate.
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Notice: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each
terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of
terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The
termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices
subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer
Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio
noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of Industry Canada.
Cet appareil numérique est conforme aux limites d'émission de bruits
radioélectriques pour les appareils de classe A stipulées dans le
Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique du ministère des
Industries du Canada.
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Index
Symbols
. B-25
A
accessories
see also options, supplies
account codes 5-28
default setting 5-28
using 5-27
activity report
automatic mode 9-4
fields 9-2
printing 9-21
setup 9-2–9-4
activity reports 9-21
setup using ControlCentre 15-24
ADF
see also document feeder
maximum capacity C-1
adjusting
ringer volume 2-52, 2-53, 2-54, 2-55
alarms 16-3
toner empty B-4
alpha dialing 4-4–4-5
alternate number dialing function 2-14, 2-22
answer mode, setting
line 1 3-2, 3-3
arrow keys
for programming the menu mode 2-2
assigning one touch key
using ControlCentre 15-14
authorizing
setting the department control 2-34
automatic document feeder
see also document feeder
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maximum capacity C-1
automatic receive mode
answering a call 3-5
default setting 3-2, 3-3
described 3-1
receiving a document 3-5
avoiding document jams 16-15
B
background jobs 5-1
batching 5-16
battery 9-25
blank pages 16-19
broadcasting
Confirmation Report 9-5
group send 2-31
manual group dialing 4-13
bulletin board mailbox (ITU-T) 8-1
busy signal 4-9
C
cabinet
cleaning the cabinet and ozone filter B-20
cables
PC interface C-2
cancelling jobs 6-1–6-5
continuous poll 7-13
direct send 6-5
in ADF 6-1
memory jobs 6-1–6-2
capacity
document tray C-1
paper cassette C-1
cassette
see paper cassette
INDEX-1
causes of document jams 16-15
Chain Dial Key
using 4-11
changing
number of redials 2-43
password for ControlCentre 15-5
characters
alpha dialing 4-4–4-5
character code table 2-8
correcting 2-9
entering 2-7
Charge Code Key
used 5-11
charge codes 5-11
chemicals B-20
cleaning
cabinet B-20
image quality 16-21
ozone filter B-20
clearing
document jams 16-15
paper jams 16-9
codes
account 5-28
department 2-34
Department Code Report 9-24
error codes 16-6, 16-8
collating
collate copy 10-1
collate fax 3-6
using ControlCentre 15-11
communication errors 5-1
communications
automatic receptions 3-2, 3-3
communication modes C-1
error codes 16-6
job numbers 5-2
programmed group dialing 2-29–2-31
relay operations 5-34–5-42
sending a document 5-3–5-9
transmission problems 16-19
communications failure
troubleshooting 16-21
INDEX-2
confidential mailbox ITU-T 8-1
confirmation reports
group poll 9-11
group send 9-9
memory send 9-7
override 9-18
relay destination 9-16
relay originator 9-12
relay station 9-14
setup 9-5–9-17
setup using ControlCentre 15-24
confirming transmissions 5-17
consumables
drum life C-3
fuser cleaner B-12
paper B-1
process unit B-15
toner B-4
toner pack yield C-3
continuous polling 7-11
contrast
see also resolution
default setting 2-46
control
account codes 5-27, 5-28
setting department codes 2-34
control panel
document jams 16-15
error code 16-6
one touch label 2-33
ControlCentre
activity report setup 15-24
assigning one touch key 15-14
collating 15-11
confirmation report setup 15-24
cover sheet setting 15-6
creating mailbox 15-20
date and time setting 15-5
deleting mailbox 15-22
deleting one touch key 15-15
department code setting 15-22–15-23
department codes changing 15-23
department codes deleting 15-23
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editing mailbox 15-21
editing one touch key 15-14
fax numbers assigned to phonebook
15-11
faxing long originals 15-8
group dial numbers 15-17, 15-18
mailbox setting 15-20–15-22
opening phonebook file 15-19
opening settings file 15-26, 15-27
oversized documents 15-11
password changing 15-5
phonebook setting 15-12–15-19
printing reports 15-24–15-26, ??–15-27
programming one touch keys 15-12
receive footer setting 15-9
receive interval setting 15-10
receiving faxes 15-12
receiving, printer not available 15-9
reception report setup 15-25
redial options 15-7
reducing 15-11
saving a phonebook 15-19
saving settings 15-26
secure receive 15-9
secured send setting 15-7
sending faxes 15-6
setting fax receive options 15-9–15-12
setting fax send options 15-6–15-8
setting machine defaults 15-2–15-3
setting power save 15-4
settings report setup 15-25
speed dial numbers 15-15, 15-16, 15-17
telephone line setting 15-3
using 15-1–15-26, ??–15-27
WorkCentre setting 15-2–15-5
Copy Key
collating 10-1
used 10-1
copying 10-1–10-2
collating 10-1
preventing document jams 16-15
cover sheet
creating 5-13
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sending a cover sheet 5-14
setting using ControlCentre 15-6
Cover Sheet Key
used 5-14
creating & deleting ITU-T mailboxes 8-2, 8-4
D
darken contrast 2-46
data sheet C-1–C-4
date and time
setting using ControlCentre 15-5
default settings
account code 5-28
answer mode 3-2–3-4
contrast and resolution 2-46
error correct mode 2-40, 5-23
junk mail 2-51
line monitor 2-63
long original 2-41
memory send or direct send 5-3
reduce incoming fax 3-7
reports 9-2–9-20
resend stored fax 5-30
ringer volume 2-52, 2-53, 2-54, 2-55
secure receive 3-9, 3-13
secure send 5-33
using ControlCentre 15-2–15-3
Delay Start Key
used 5-8
delayed operations
batching 5-16
delayed start 5-8
Delete Key
used 2-10
deleting
documents in a local ITU-T mailbox 8-9
groups 2-32
ITU-T mailbox documents 8-9
speed dial numbers 2-21
deleting one touch key
using ControlCentre 15-15
density, scanning C-2
Department Code Report 9-24
INDEX-3
department codes
changing 2-38
changing using ControlCentre 15-23
deleting using ControlCentre 15-23
Department Code Report 9-24
setting 2-34
setting using ControlCentre 15-22–15-23
using 5-29
depth
machine dimensions C-3
dial directory
see also one touch directory, speed dial
numbers
programming telephone numbers
2-13–2-33
dialing 4-1–4-14
alpha dialing 4-4–4-5
alternate numbers 2-14, 2-22
chain dialing 4-11
dialing message 16-19
keypad dialing 4-8
manual dialing 4-2
manual group dialing 4-13
one touch dialing 4-7
speed dialing 4-6
dimensions C-3
Direct Access Function Keys 2-11
map 2-11–2-12
Direct Send Key
used 5-7, 5-10
direct send mode
cancelling jobs 6-5
number of pages 5-18, 5-19
sending documents 5-6
setting 5-3, 5-6
discard extra setting 3-15
display
see also LCD
document feeder
maximum capacity C-1
document jams 16-15
causes 16-15
clearing 16-15
INDEX-4
error code 16-6
document misfeed 16-19
document recovery
resending stored documents 5-31
document tray
maximum capacity C-1
reception problems 16-20
transmission problems 16-19
documents
copying 10-1–10-2
deleting documents in ITU-T mailboxes
8-9
document jams 16-15
document tray capacity C-1
long originals 2-41
page numbers, error code 16-6
polling 7-1–7-13
polling a remote ITU-T mailbox 8-13
printing documents in a ITU-T local mailbox 8-7
receiving 3-1–3-15
resending stored documents 5-31
sending to a remote ITU-T mailbox 8-10
size C-1
storing in a local ITU-T mailbox 8-5
Down Arrow key
for programming the menu mode 2-2
drum assembly
see also drum kit
drum life C-3
drum life warning B-15
E
ECM
default 2-40
described 5-18
disable 5-23
with 33.6K BPS modem 2-40
editing one touch key
using ControlCentre 15-14
enabling
account codes 5-28
cover sheet 5-13
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department codes 2-34
ECM 2-40
Enabling Xerox personnel to perform remote
tests 15-27
encoding systems C-2
end tone 5-17
Enter Key
for programming the menu mode 2-2
entering characters 2-7
envelopes
problems 16-21
environmental compliance D-1–D-14
ENERGY STAR D-9
Environmental Choice D-9
SWISS ENERGY 2000 D-9
error codes 16-6, 16-8
error correct mode
default setting 2-40
described 5-18
disable 5-23
with 33.6K BPS modem 2-40
error messages 16-3
toner empty B-4
F
fax communications
see receiving documents, retrieving documents, transmitting
fax numbers assigned to phonebook
receiving using ControlCentre 15-11
fax options 5-18–5-26
ECM disable 5-23
listen to dial 5-20
number of pages 5-19
secure send 5-24
send then poll 5-21
using ControlCentre 15-6–15-8,
15-9–15-12
fax speed 2-18, 2-26, C-2
setup 2-14
transmission problems 16-20
features
menu levels 2-1
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menu map 9-26
settings report 9-27
transmission confirmation 5-17
fine resolution 2-46
flowcharts
menu map 2-4
free memory 5-2
error code 16-6
substitute receive to memory 3-8
functionality 12-1–12-2, 13-1–13-2,
14-1–14-2
fuser cleaner
see also process unit
replacing B-12
supplies A-1
toner pack and B-4
fuser housing B-12
G
group dial numbers
deleting using ControlCentre 15-18
modifying using ControlCentre 15-18
presetting using ControlCentre 15-17
group dialing
continuous polling 7-11
deleting group numbers 2-32
group polling 7-9
manual group dialing 4-13
modifying group numbers 2-32
polling a group 7-9
presetting group numbers 2-29
presetting relay group numbers 5-37
programmed group dialing 2-31
relay group dialing 5-34
Group Phonebook 2-29
H
halftone
see photographs, resolution
header
sending using ControlCentre 15-6
height
INDEX-5
machine dimensions C-3
jams
error codes 16-6
job numbers 5-2
memory send transmissions 5-4
Job Status Key
cancelling jobs 6-1–6-2
used 6-1
jobs in memory
cancelling 6-1–6-2
priority transmissions 5-9
receive to memory 3-8
junk mail
default setting 2-51
lighten contrast 2-46
line
ECM 2-40, 5-23
listen to dial 5-18, 5-20
line monitor
default setting 2-63
lines
number of connnectable C-2
liquid crystal display
see also LCD
listen to dial
described 5-18
setting 5-20
lists 9-1–9-28
see also reports
activity report 9-2, 9-4, 9-21
confirmation reports 9-5–9-17
department code report 9-24
documents in an ITU-T mailbox 8-2, 8-4
menu map 9-26
one touch numbers 2-22
pending jobs report 9-23
printing 9-21–9-28
reception report 9-19
settings report 9-27
local mailboxes
ITU-T 8-2
long original 2-41
setting using ControlCentre 15-8
K
M
keypad dialing 4-8
machine
dimensions C-3
specifications ??–C-3
type C-2
weight C-3
machine features
menu map 2-4
mailbox communications 8-1–8-18
creating using ControlCentre 15-20
deleting using ControlCentre 15-22
editing using ControlCentre 15-21
ITU-T mailboxes 8-1–8-18
I
idle mode
see also standby mode
image quality 16-21
cleaning the machine 16-21
reception problems 16-20
Insert Key
used 2-10
installation information ??–2-42
internet
fax 14-1–14-2
J
L
LAN
connectivity C-2
laser safety D-3
Left Arrow Key
for programming the menu mode 2-2
legal paper
supplies A-1
letter paper
supplies A-1
INDEX-6
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attaching a subaddress 8-15
bulletin board mailbox 8-1
confidential mailbox 8-1
creating & deleting mailboxes 8-2,
8-4
deleting documents in a local mailbox 8-9
listing documents 8-2, 8-13
local mailbox 8-2
mailbox report 9-22
polling a remote mailbox 8-13
printing documents in a local ITU-T
mailbox 8-7
remote mailbox 8-10
sending documents to a remote mailbox 8-10
setup 8-2
storing documents in a local mailbox
8-5
polling a document using a subaddress
8-17
sending to a subaddress 8-16
setting using ControlCentre 15-20–15-22
Mailbox ITU-T Key
setup 8-2, 8-4
maintaining the machine B-1–B-25
cabinet B-20
fuser cleaner, replacing B-12
ozone filter B-20
paper, replacing B-1
process unit B-15
recording unit B-23
toner, replacing B-4
Manual Dial Key
used 4-2, 4-9
manual group dialing 4-13
Manual Group Key
used 4-13
manual receive mode
answering a call 3-5
default setting 3-2–3-4
described 3-1
receiving documents 3-5
reception problems 16-20
manual send 5-8
master code
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changing the department codes 2-38
memory
error code 16-6
free memory 3-8, 5-2, 16-6
paper jams 16-9
receive to memory 3-1, 3-8
resending stored documents 5-30, 5-31
memory full
during receive to memory 3-8
memory send 5-4
cancelling jobs 6-1–6-2
limitation 5-4
sending documents 5-4
setting 5-3
Menu Key
for programming the menu mode 2-2
menu map 2-4–2-6
levels 2-1
Menu Map Report 9-26
menu mode
programming the features 2-1
menus
see also menu map
levels 2-1
printing a Menu Map 9-26
messages
error messages 16-3
modem
ECM settings 2-40
limitation 2-40
modes of operation
communication modes C-1
modifying
department codes 2-38
group numbers 2-32
speed dial numbers 2-21
multiple polling receptions 7-9
multiple relay stations 5-37
N
network 13-1–13-2
normal contrast 2-46
number of pages
INDEX-7
described 5-18
setting 5-19
Numeric Keypad
for programming the menu mode 2-2
O
off-hook dialing 4-2
one touch dialing 4-7
see also one touch keys
one touch directory
see also one touch keys
listing 2-22
programming 2-22
one touch keys
see also one touch dialing, speed dialing
group numbers 2-31
linking 2-15, 2-31
programming 2-22
programming from ControlCentre 15-12
one touch label 2-33
on-hook dialing 4-2
opening phonebook file
using ControlCentre 15-19
opening settings file
using ControlCentre 15-26, 15-27
operator control panel
see also control panel
error code 16-6
options
fax options, setting 5-18–5-26
ordering supplies automatically 2-60,
A-2–A-8
original documents
see documents
overseas communications
ECM 2-40
transmission problems 16-20
oversized documents
discard extra 3-15
reducing an incoming fax 3-7
using ControlCentre 15-11
ozone filter
see also process unit
INDEX-8
cleaning the machine B-20
supplies A-1
P
page numbers
cover sheet 5-12
direct send transmissions 5-18, 5-19
error code 16-6
setting the number of pages 5-19
paper
paper cassette capacity C-1
paper jams 16-9–16-14
receiving oversized documents 3-7
replacing B-1
size C-1
supplies A-1
paper cassette
capacity C-1
reception problems 16-20
replacing paper B-1
paper jams 16-9–16-14
reception problems 16-21
paper quality
avoiding document jams 16-15
password changing
using ControlCentre 15-5
Pause Key 2-13, 4-2, 4-8
PC emulation C-2
PC interface
connector C-2
PC operating environment C-2
PC scanning specifications C-2
pending jobs
see also delayed operations
Pending Jobs Key
used 9-23, 9-24, 9-26
Pending Jobs Report 9-23
personal documents
confidential ITU-T mailboxes 8-1
secure receive 3-1, 3-9
secure send 5-24
phonebook
setting one touch numbers 2-22
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setting speed dial numbers 2-14
setup 2-13
phonebook setting
using ControlCentre 15-12–15-19
Phonebook Setup Key
using 2-13–2-33
picture quality
cleaning the machine 16-21
reception problems 16-20
polling 7-1–7-13
cancelling continuous poll 7-13
continuous 7-11–7-13
group 7-9
modifying or cancelling documents
stored in a polling box 7-6
polling reception, described 7-8–7-10
polling transmission, described 7-2–7-5
remote documents 7-8
remote ITU-T mailboxes 8-13
send then poll 5-18, 5-21
storing documents to be polled 7-2–7-5
poor quality
image quality 16-21
power
consumption C-2
voltage C-2
wattage C-2
power cord
reception problems 16-20
power failure
error code 16-6
Power Failure List 9-25
power save
setting using ControlCentre 15-4
presetting
groups 2-29
ITU-T mailbox numbers 8-2, 8-4
one touch keys 2-22
relay groups 5-37
speed dial numbers 2-14
printer
printer width C-1
printer driver C-2
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printer not available
receive to memory 3-8
printing 12-1–12-2
documents in a ITU-T mailbox 8-7
method C-2
reception problems 16-20
Priority Key
used 5-9
priority send
priority transmissions 5-9
priority transmission 5-9
process unit
replacing B-15
supplies A-1
programmed group dialing 2-29–2-31
presetting group numbers 2-29
programming
characters 2-7
department codes 2-34
group numbers 2-29
ITU-T mailbox numbers 8-2, 8-4
keys to use 2-2
menu mode features 2-1
one touch keys 2-22
phonebook 2-13–2-33
speed dial numbers 2-14
text 2-7
pulse dial mode
see also dial mode
Q
quality
cleaning the machine 16-21
reception problems 16-20
troubleshooting 16-21
R
receive footer
setting using ControlCentre 15-9
receive interval
setting using ControlCentre 15-10
receive to memory
INDEX-9
described 3-1, 3-8
receiving documents 3-1–3-15
automatic reception 3-5
collate fax 3-6
default contrast and resolution 2-46
discard extra 3-15
manual receive 3-5
paper jams 16-9
polling 7-3, 7-4, 7-5, 7-9
receive to memory 3-8
reception problems 16-20
reduce incoming fax 3-7
refuse junk mail 2-51
secure receive 3-9–3-14
setting the answer mode 3-2–3-4
using ControlCentre 15-12
receiving oversized documents
reducing 3-7
receiving, printer not available
using ControlCentre 15-9
reception problems 16-20
reception reports 9-19
setup using ControlCentre 15-25
recording
recording and printing method C-2
recording paper
oversized documents 3-15
receiving oversized documents 3-7
size C-1
recording unit
image quality 16-21
maintaining the machine B-23
recovering documents
resending stored documents 5-31
redial
automatic 4-9
count and interval 2-43, 2-45
manual 4-9
maximum times 5-1
number of redials 5-30
options from ControlCentre 15-7
reduce incoming fax 3-7
using ControlCentre 15-11
INDEX-10
refuse junk mail 2-51
relay groups 5-37
communications 5-34
presetting 5-37
Relay Key
used 5-35
relay operations 5-34–5-42
Confirmation Report 9-5
presetting relay group numbers 5-37
relay destination report 9-5
relay originator report 9-5, 9-12
relay station report 9-5, 9-19
relay stations 5-37
Reception Report 9-19
remote communications
error code 16-6
remote mailboxes
ITU-T 8-10
remote stations
error codes 16-6
transmission problems 16-19
removing
dust B-20
replacing B-15
fuser cleaner B-12
paper B-1
process unit B-15
toner pack B-4
reports 9-1–9-28
see also individual report names
activity reports 9-1–9-4, 9-21, 15-24
Confirmation Report 9-5–9-17
confirmation reports 15-24
Department Code Report 9-24
group poll 9-5, 9-11
group send 9-5, 9-9
Mailbox ITU-T Report 9-22
Menu Map 9-26
Pending Jobs Report 9-23
Power Failure List 9-25
printing 9-21–9-28
printing from ControlCentre
15-24–15-26, ??–15-27
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reception reports 9-19, 15-25
relay destination 9-5, 9-16
relay originator 9-5, 9-12
relay station 9-5, 9-14
settings report 9-27
settings reports 15-25
resend stored fax 5-30–5-31
default setting 5-30
resending 5-31
reserved operations
see also delayed operations
priority transmissions 5-9
resolution
see also contrast
default setting 2-46
retrieving documents
continuous polling 7-11
polling 7-8–7-11
remote ITU-T mailboxes 8-13
send then poll 5-18, 5-21
Right Arrow Key
for programming the menu mode 2-2
right side cover
error code 16-6
ringer volume
default setting 2-52, 2-53, 2-54, 2-55
S
safety certification D-1–D-14
Canada D-13
CE marking D-5
European certification D-5
fax approvals D-10
FCC regulations D-11
safety requirements
ampere ratings D-2
building codes D-2
cleaning D-1
covers D-2
data coupler D-11
earthing D-2
energy saving D-2
extension cord D-2
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fuser area D-3
grounding D-2
guards D-2
insurance requirements D-2
interlock switches D-2
laser safety D-3
location D-2
ozone D-3
power source D-2
radio frequency emissions D-4
send header D-11
telecommunications requirements
D-10–D-14
UK electricity at work regulation D-6
ventilation D-2
warnings D-1
saving a phonebook
using ControlCentre 15-19
saving settings
using ControlCentre 15-26
scanner
cancel button 11-1
controls 11-1
darkness 11-1
image quality 16-21
lightness 11-1
original type 11-1
resolution 11-1
scan button 11-1
scan size 11-1
settings 11-1
scanning
density C-2
functionality 11-1–11-2
width C-1
secure receive 3-9–3-14
automatic 3-9
described 3-1
ending 3-14
manual 3-13
using ControlCentre 15-9
Secure Receive Key
used 3-13
INDEX-11
secured send
see also security
job feature 5-18, 5-24–5-26, 5-33
setting using ControlCentre 15-7
security
error code 16-6
refuse junk mail 2-51
transmit security 5-33
security codes
error codes 16-6
send header
using ControlCentre 15-6
send then poll 5-18, 5-21
sending documents 5-3, 5-4–5-8
see also faxing, transmitting
batching 5-16
charge codes 5-11
confirming a transmission 5-17
cover sheet 5-14
delayed start 5-8
direct send mode 5-6
group send 2-31
ITU-T mailboxes 8-10
manual group 4-13
manual send 5-8
memory send 5-4
priority transmission 5-9
secured send 5-18, 5-24–5-26
selecting options 5-18–5-26
send then poll 5-18, 5-21
sending a document 5-4
sending stored documents 5-30
sending faxes
from ControlCentre 15-6
sequential transmissions
see batching
service
error messages/codes 16-3–16-7
setting
answer mode 3-2–3-4
department codes 2-34
fax options 5-18–5-26, 15-6–15-8,
15-9–15-12
INDEX-12
groups 2-29
ITU-T mailbox 8-2, 8-4
machine default settings 2-40
number of pages 5-19
one touch 2-22
relay groups 5-37
setting one touch 2-22
speed dial 2-14
using ControlCentre 15-1–15-26,
??–15-27
settings report 9-27
settings reports
setup using ControlCentre 15-25
size
documents C-1
paper C-1
skewed pages 16-19
speaker
listen to dial 5-18, 5-20
specifications ??–C-3
speed C-2
transmission problems 16-20
speed dial keys
see speed dial numbers, speed dialing
speed dial numbers
deleting 2-21
deleting using ControlCentre 15-17
modifying 2-21
modifying using ControlCentre 15-16
presetting using ControlCentre 15-15
setup 2-14
speed dialing 4-6
standard resolution 2-46
stations
see also relay stations, remote stations
Stop Key
cancelling a direct send job 6-1
described 6-1
for programming the menu mode 2-2
store for resending
and redial interval 2-43
resend 5-30–5-31
stored documents
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polling 7-1–7-13
storing documents
delayed start 5-8
ITU-T mailboxes 8-5
Subaddress ITU-T Key
attaching a subaddress 8-15
polling a document using a subaddress
8-17
sending to a subaddress 8-16
super fine resolution 2-46
supplies A-1–A-8
see also accessories
automatic ordering 2-60, A-2–A-8
fuser cleaner A-1
ozone filter A-1
paper A-1
process unit A-1
toner A-1
system menu
levels 2-1
T
telephone handset and cradle
reception problems 16-20
telephone line
ECM 2-40, 5-23
setting using ControlCentre 15-3
telephone numbers
programming the phonebook 2-13–2-33
text
programming 2-7
tone dial mode
see also dial mode
toner
replacing B-4
supplies A-1
toner pack
fuser cleaner and B-4
toner pack yield C-3
tones
alarms 16-3
toner empty B-4
top cover
WorkCentre Pro 665/685/765/785
error code 16-6
total pages 5-18, 5-19
transmission features
see transmitting
transmission modes
default settings 5-3
delayed 5-8
direct send 5-3, 5-6
manual send 5-8
memory send 5-3, 5-4
transmission rate C-2
transmission problems 16-20
transmissions
advanced transmissions 5-27
transmitting
see also dialing, transmission features
batching 5-16
confirming transmissions 5-17
delayed start 5-8
direct send 5-3, 5-6
ECM 2-40, 5-23
entering charge codes 5-11
error mode 4-9
mailbox communications 8-1–8-18
manual send 5-8
memory send 5-3, 5-4
priority transmissions 5-9
problems 16-19
redialing 4-9–4-10
relay communications 5-34
resending stored documents 5-31
secured send 5-18, 5-24–5-26
send then poll 5-18, 5-21
sending a cover sheet 5-14
storing documents to resend 5-30
using a department code 5-29
using an account code 5-27
troubleshooting 16-1–16-22
communications failure 16-21
document jams 16-15
envelopes 16-21
error codes 16-6, 16-8
error messages 16-3
INDEX-13
image quality 16-21
paper jams 16-9–16-14
reception problems 16-20
transmission problems 16-19
TWAIN settings 11-1–11-2
type, machine type C-2
V
voltage C-2
volume,ringer
adjusting 2-52, 2-53, 2-54, 2-55
W
wattage C-2
weight C-3
width
machine dimensions C-3
printing width C-1
scanning width C-1
WorkCentre setting
using ControlCentre 15-2–15-5
INDEX-14
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