Canon C70 All in One Printer User Manual

USER’S GUIDE
USER’S GUIDE
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Although this equipment can use either loop disconnect or
DTMF signalling, only the performance of the DTMF
signalling is subject to regulatory requirements for correct
operation. It is therefore strongly recommended that the
equipment is set to use DTMF signalling for access to public or
private emergency services. DTMF signalling also provides
faster call set up.
Copyright
Copyright © 1999 by Canon, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language
in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical,
chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission
of Canon, Inc.
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Trademarks
Canon® and BJ® are registered trademarks. BCI™, MultiPASS™, UHQ™,
and Bubble Jet™ are trademarks of Canon Inc.
Centronics® is a registered trademark of Centronics Data Computer
Corporation.
IEEE™ is a trademark of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers,
Inc.
Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
All other product and brand names are registered trademarks,
trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon has
determined that the MultiPASS C70 meets the
Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program is an
international program that promotes energy saving through the use of
computers and other office equipment. The program backs the
development and dissemination of products with functions that
effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which
business proprietors can participate voluntarily. The targeted products
are office equipment such as computers, displays, printers, facsimiles,
and copiers. Their standards and logos are uniform among
participating nations.
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For Your Safety (Australia Only)
To ensure safe operation the three-pin plug supplied must be inserted
only into a standard three-pin power point which is effectively earthed
through the normal household wiring.
Extension cords used with the equipment must be three-core and be
correctly wired to provide connection to earth. Wrongly wired extension
cords are a major cause of fatalities.
The power point shall be located near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that
the power point is earthed and the installation is completely safe. For
your safety, if in any doubt about the effective earthing of the power
point, consult a qualified electrician.
Caution (New Zealand Only)
1. This equipment may not necessarily provide for the effective handover of a call to or from a telephone connected to the same line.
2. The operation of this equipment on the same line as telephone or
other equipment with audible warning devices or automatic ring
detectors will give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false
tripping of the ring detector. Should such problems occur, the user is
not to contact Telecom faults service.
3. Should this equipment become physically damaged, disconnect
immediately from the Telecom connection and power source and
contact your nearest service agent.
4. To relocate this equipment please.
l) Disconnect the equipment from the Telecom connection.
2) Disconnect the equipment from the power source.
3) Reconnect the equipment to the power source.
4) Reconnect the equipment to the Telecom connection.
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5. If the supply cord of this equipment is damaged, it must be replaced
by the special cord (Parts No.: HH2-1910).
6. Not all standard telephones will respond to incoming ringing when
connected to the extension socket.
7. This device may be subject to bell tinkle, or mistakenly enter receive
mode when calls are made from another device on the same line. If
this occurs, the problem should not be referred to the Telecom Faults
service.
8. Please note when you connect an extension phone to this device, if
you use an extension phone which has features such as “last number
redial”, redial memory numbers may be lost.
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Chapter 1: Introducing the MultiPASS C70
Welcome...........................................................................................................1-2
Main Features of the MultiPASS C70 ..........................................................1-3
Colour and Plain Paper Fax Features ....................................................1-4
PC Colour Fax Features ...........................................................................1-6
Colour Copier Features............................................................................1-7
Telephone Features...................................................................................1-7
Colour Printer Features ...........................................................................1-8
Colour Scanner Features..........................................................................1-9
Using the MultiPASS C70 With the MultiPASS Desktop Manager
for Windows® .............................................................................................1-10
Hardware and Software Requirements...............................................1-10
Supplies..........................................................................................................1-11
BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks....................................................................1-11
Special Print Media ................................................................................1-12
Using Your Documentation ........................................................................1-13
How to Use This Guide .........................................................................1-13
Type Conventions Used in This Guide ...............................................1-15
Customer Support ........................................................................................1-17
Important Safety Instructions.....................................................................1-18
Chapter 2: Setting Up Your MultiPASS C70
Choosing a Location for Your MultiPASS C70 ..........................................2-3
Dimensions ................................................................................................2-4
Unpacking Your MultiPASS C70..................................................................2-5
Lifting the MultiPASS C70 ......................................................................2-5
Do You Have Everything?.......................................................................2-6
Removing Shipping Materials......................................................................2-9
Removing the Shipping Tape..................................................................2-9
Removing the Protective Plastic Piece...................................................2-9
Removing the Protective Sheet and Styrofoam Sheet.......................2-10
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Assembling the MultiPASS C70 .................................................................2-12
Attaching the Document Support........................................................2-12
Attaching the Extension and Document Tray ....................................2-13
Attaching the Handset...........................................................................2-14
Making Connections ....................................................................................2-15
Connecting the MultiPASS C70 to Your PC........................................2-15
Connecting the Telephone Line............................................................2-17
Connecting the Handset or a Telephone.............................................2-18
Connecting an Extension Phone, Answering Machine, or
Data Modem.........................................................................................2-19
Connecting the Power Cord..................................................................2-20
Main Components of the MultiPASS C70 ................................................2-23
Front View ...............................................................................................2-23
Back View.................................................................................................2-24
Inside View ..............................................................................................2-24
Handset ....................................................................................................2-24
Operation Panel ......................................................................................2-25
Special Function Buttons...................................................................2-27
Installing the BJ Cartridge ..........................................................................2-29
BJ Cartridge Guidelines .........................................................................2-29
Installing the BJ Cartridge in the MultiPASS C70 .............................2-31
Storing a BJ Cartridge in its Container................................................2-37
Loading Paper...............................................................................................2-39
Paper Guidelines.....................................................................................2-39
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray ..........................................2-40
Testing the MultiPASS C70 .........................................................................2-44
Chapter 3: Registering Information in the MultiPASS C70
Methods for Registering Information in the MultiPASS C70 ..................3-2
Guidelines for Entering Information Via the Operation Panel ...............3-3
Using the One-Touch Speed Dialling/Special Function Buttons......3-4
Understanding and Accessing the Menus ............................................3-5
Returning to a Previous Level............................................................3-7
Returning Directly to Standby Mode................................................3-7
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Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols.............................................3-8
Correcting a Mistake..........................................................................3-11
Registering Sender Information .................................................................3-12
What is Sender Information? ................................................................3-12
Entering the Date and Time ..................................................................3-14
Registering Your Fax Number and Unit Name .................................3-15
Printing a List to Check the Sender Information...............................3-18
Setting the Telephone Line Type................................................................3-19
Chapter 4: Document Handling
Document Requirements for Faxing, Copying, and Scanning................4-2
Scanned Image Area.................................................................................4-4
Selecting Automatic/Manual Document Feed..........................................4-5
Loading Documents for Automatic Feed..............................................4-6
Trouble With Multipage Documents.................................................4-9
Adding Pages to the Document.......................................................4-10
Loading Documents for Manual Feed.................................................4-11
Chapter 5: Paper Handling
Print Media Requirements ............................................................................5-2
Printable Areas ..........................................................................................5-3
Papers.....................................................................................................5-3
Envelopes ..............................................................................................5-4
Selecting Print Media.....................................................................................5-5
Print Media Guidelines .................................................................................5-9
Setting the Paper Thickness Lever.............................................................5-10
Loading Paper...............................................................................................5-13
Guidelines ................................................................................................5-13
Loading Envelopes.......................................................................................5-15
Using Canon’s Specialty Papers.................................................................5-18
Specialty Paper Guidelines ...................................................................5-18
Uncurling Back Print Film ................................................................5-19
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Printing on High Resolution Paper HR-101 .......................................5-21
Using the Paper Output Guides ......................................................5-21
Using the Cleaning Sheet..................................................................5-22
Printing on Fabric Sheet FS-101............................................................5-24
Printing on Banner Paper ......................................................................5-26
Chapter 6: Speed Dialling
What is Speed Dialling? ................................................................................6-2
Speed Dialling Methods ...........................................................................6-2
One-Touch Speed Dialling ...................................................................6-2
Coded Speed Dialling...........................................................................6-2
Group Dialling.......................................................................................6-2
One-Touch Speed Dialling ............................................................................6-3
Registering Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling ..........................6-3
Changing/Deleting a One-Touch Speed Dialling Entry .....................6-6
Using One-Touch Speed Dialling ............................................................6-9
Coded Speed Dialling ..................................................................................6-11
Registering Numbers for Coded Speed Dialling ................................6-11
Changing/Deleting a Coded Speed Dialling Entry ...........................6-14
Using Coded Speed Dialling..................................................................6-17
Group Dialling ..............................................................................................6-19
Creating Groups.......................................................................................6-19
Changing/Deleting a Group Dialling Entry .......................................6-23
Using Group Dialling..............................................................................6-24
Speed Dialling Lists .....................................................................................6-26
Printing the One-Touch or Coded Speed Dial List.............................6-26
One-Touch Speed Dial List ................................................................6-27
Coded Speed Dial List........................................................................6-28
Printing the Group Dial List ..................................................................6-29
Group Dial List ....................................................................................6-30
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Chapter 7: Sending Faxes
Preparing to Send a Fax ................................................................................7-3
Documents You Can Fax .........................................................................7-3
Adjusting the Quality of Your Faxes .....................................................7-3
Setting Colour or Black & White Transmission...............................7-3
Setting the Scanning Resolution ........................................................7-4
Setting the Scanning Contrast ............................................................7-6
Dialling Methods ......................................................................................7-8
Sending Methods............................................................................................7-9
Overview....................................................................................................7-9
Memory Sending ......................................................................................7-9
Manual Sending Via the Handset ........................................................7-12
Cancelling Sending ......................................................................................7-14
Removing the Document From the Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF)........................................................................................7-15
Redialling When the Line is Busy..............................................................7-17
Manual Redialling ..................................................................................7-17
Cancelling Manual Redialling..........................................................7-17
Automatic Redialling .............................................................................7-17
What is Automatic Redialling? ........................................................7-17
Cancelling Automatic Redialling.....................................................7-18
Setting Up Automatic Redialling.....................................................7-20
Sequential Broadcasting ..............................................................................7-23
Sending a Document to More Than One Destination.......................7-23
Sending a Document Using Group Dialling ......................................7-26
Delayed Sending...........................................................................................7-27
Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS C70 is Set for
Delayed Sending..................................................................................7-27
Documents Stored in Memory ...................................................................7-28
Printing a List of Documents in Memory ...........................................7-28
Printing a Document in Memory .........................................................7-29
Deleting a Document From Memory ..................................................7-33
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Chapter 8: Receiving Faxes
Different Ways to Receive a Fax...................................................................8-3
Receiving Faxes Automatically: FAX ONLY MODE...........................8-5
Setting FAX ONLY MODE..................................................................8-5
Receiving Both Faxes and Telephone Calls Automatically:
Fax/Tel Mode.........................................................................................8-8
Setting Fax/Tel Mode ..........................................................................8-8
Setting Up Fax/Tel Mode .................................................................8-10
Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE ..................................8-14
Setting MANUAL MODE .................................................................8-14
Receiving a Fax Manually.................................................................8-14
Receiving With an Answering Machine: ANS.MACHINE
MODE ...................................................................................................8-16
Setting ANS.MACHINE MODE ......................................................8-16
Using the MultiPASS C70 With an Answering Machine .............8-17
Receiving Faxes to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager ......................8-18
When Your PC is Off .........................................................................8-18
Network FAX/TEL Switching (Australia Only) ................................8-19
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch ...........................8-19
Network Switch System Operation.................................................8-21
Network FAX/TEL Switching (New Zealand Only) ........................8-22
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch ...........................8-22
Network Switch System Operation.................................................8-24
Receiving in Colour .....................................................................................8-25
Setting Colour Reception.......................................................................8-25
Receiving While Registering, Copying, or Printing................................8-27
Receiving Faxes in Memory When a Problem Occurs ...........................8-28
Cancelling Receiving ...................................................................................8-31
Chapter 9: Special Features
Special Dialling ...............................................................................................9-2
Dialling Through a Switchboard............................................................9-2
Registering the Access Type and the Outside Line Access
Number Under the R Button ..........................................................9-2
Dialling a Long Distance Number (With Pauses)................................9-5
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Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialling ...............................................9-7
Confirming a Dial Tone ...........................................................................9-9
Restricting Use of the MultiPASS C70 ......................................................9-10
Enabling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70........................................9-10
Cancelling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70.....................................9-12
Chapter 10: Making Copies
Documents You Can Copy..........................................................................10-2
Copying Documents ....................................................................................10-2
Setting the Paper Type for Colour Copying.............................................10-5
Setting the Length of the Bottom Margin for Colour Printing..............10-7
Chapter 11: Reports and Lists
Summary of Lists and Reports ...................................................................11-2
Summary of Abbreviations Used in Transaction Reports......................11-4
Activity Report..............................................................................................11-5
Transmission (TX) Reports..........................................................................11-6
Error TX Report.......................................................................................11-6
TX Report .................................................................................................11-6
TX Report With First Page.....................................................................11-7
Multi-Transaction (TX/RX) Report............................................................11-8
Reception (RX) Reports ...............................................................................11-9
Error RX Report.......................................................................................11-9
RX Report .................................................................................................11-9
Memory Clear Report ................................................................................11-10
Chapter 12: Maintenance
MultiPASS C70 Guidelines .........................................................................12-2
Periodic Cleaning .........................................................................................12-4
Cleaning the Outside of the MultiPASS C70 ......................................12-4
Cleaning the MultiPASS C70’s Interior ...............................................12-5
Cleaning Inside the Printer Cover...................................................12-5
Cleaning the Scanner Components .................................................12-8
Cleaning the Rollers.........................................................................12-11
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BJ Cartridge .................................................................................................12-12
BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks .................................................................12-12
Maintenance......................................................................................12-14
Testing and Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head .........................12-15
Printing the Nozzle Check Pattern................................................12-15
Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head ..........................................12-17
When to Replace the BJ Cartridge .....................................................12-18
Replacing the BJ Cartridge..................................................................12-19
Replacing a BJ Tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ Cartridge.................12-26
Transporting the MultiPASS C70 .............................................................12-32
Chapter 13: Troubleshooting
If You Cannot Solve the Problem...............................................................13-2
Clearing Jams ................................................................................................13-4
Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)...............................13-4
Jams in the Multi-Purpose Tray............................................................13-6
LCD Messages ..............................................................................................13-7
Paper Feeding Problems............................................................................13-16
Faxing Problems .........................................................................................13-18
Sending Problems .................................................................................13-18
Receiving Problems ..............................................................................13-20
Telephone Problems ...................................................................................13-23
Copying Problems......................................................................................13-24
Print Quality Problems..............................................................................13-25
Printing Problems.......................................................................................13-27
Colour Printing and Colour Copying Problems ...................................13-32
General Problems .......................................................................................13-35
If a Power Cut Occurs ...............................................................................13-36
Chapter 14: Summary of Settings
The MultiPASS C70 Settings.......................................................................14-2
Understanding the Menu System ..............................................................14-3
Summary of Menus ................................................................................14-3
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User Settings .................................................................................................14-5
Accessing the User Settings Menu.......................................................14-5
User Settings Menu ................................................................................14-6
Report Settings..............................................................................................14-7
Accessing the Report Settings Menu ...................................................14-7
Report Settings Menu ............................................................................14-8
TX (Transmission) Settings .........................................................................14-9
Accessing the TX Settings Menu ..........................................................14-9
TX Settings Menu .................................................................................14-10
RX (Reception) Settings .............................................................................14-11
Accessing the RX Settings Menu ........................................................14-11
RX Settings Menu .................................................................................14-12
Printer Settings ...........................................................................................14-13
Accessing the Printer Settings Menu.................................................14-13
Printer Settings Menu ..........................................................................14-14
System Settings ...........................................................................................14-15
Accessing the System Settings Menu ................................................14-15
System Settings Menu..........................................................................14-16
Appendix A: Specifications
General Specifications ..................................................................................A-2
Facsimile .........................................................................................................A-4
Copier ...........................................................................................................A-6
Telephone........................................................................................................A-7
Printer ...........................................................................................................A-8
BJ Cartridges ................................................................................................A-12
Scanner .........................................................................................................A-13
MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows® ..........................................A-17
Appendix B: Handset
Handset ...........................................................................................................B-2
Package Contents .....................................................................................B-2
Attaching the Handset to Your MultiPASS C70 ..................................B-3
Maintaining Your Handset .....................................................................B-9
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Glossary.........................................................................................................G-1
Index .................................................................................................................I-1
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This chapter introduces you to your MultiPASS C70 and describes the
main features. It also explains the supplies available for use with your
MultiPASS C70.
❏ Welcome .....................................................................................................1-2
❏ Main Features of the MultiPASS C70 ....................................................1-3
• Colour and Plain Paper Fax Features ...............................................1-4
• PC Colour Fax Features ......................................................................1-6
• Colour Copier Features .......................................................................1-7
• Telephone Features ..............................................................................1-7
• Colour Printer Features.......................................................................1-8
• Colour Scanner Features .....................................................................1-9
❏ Using the MultiPASS C70 With the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager for Windows® ......................................................................1-10
• Hardware and Software Requirements ..........................................1-10
❏ Supplies ....................................................................................................1-11
• BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks ...............................................................1-11
• Special Print Media............................................................................1-12
❏ Using Your Documentation...................................................................1-13
• How to Use This Guide.....................................................................1-13
• Type Conventions Used in This Guide...........................................1-15
❏ Customer Support ..................................................................................1-17
❏ Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................1-18
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the new Canon MultiPASS C70. We are sure
that your MultiPASS C70 will help you work more effectively and help
you meet your fax and telephone requirements easily and conveniently,
as well as your printing, copying, and scanning needs.
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The MultiPASS C70 is a complete multifunction system for your home
or small office. The MultiPASS C70 combines the following essential
office machines into a single, convenient desktop unit:
❏ Plain Paper Fax Machine
❏ Colour Fax Machine
❏ PC Colour Fax*
❏ Colour Copier
❏ Telephone**
❏ Colour Printer
❏ Colour Scanner
Your MultiPASS C70 also includes the MultiPASS Desktop Manager for
Windows® software, version 3.10. This exclusive Canon software
package provides you with a “PC Fax” — you can print, fax, scan, and
use the telephone from within your PC’s Windows® environment.
The MultiPASS C70’s multitasking ability enables you to perform a
number of operations simultaneously. For example, you can print, scan
a document, or make copies at the same time you are sending a fax or
receiving a fax into memory.
The compact size of the MultiPASS C70 makes it ideal for desktop use,
and lets you use it in places where other machines might not fit.
* PC black & white fax transmission/reception. PC colour fax reception only.
** Requires the handset, a telephone, or an answering machine.
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Colour and Plain Paper Fax Features
UHQ™ Image Processing System
The MultiPASS C70 uses Canon’s Ultra High Quality (UHQ™) Image
Processing System to provide enhanced definition in faxed photos.
Error Correction Mode (ECM)
Using the MultiPASS C70’s Error Correction Mode (ECM) reduces
transmission errors when sending faxes to or receiving faxes from other
fax machines that also have ECM capability.
Automatic switching between fax and voice calls
The MultiPASS C70 can automatically distinguish between fax calls and
normal telephone calls, so that you can receive both through a single
telephone line.
Colour faxing to and from fax machines that support colour faxing
You can send or receive colour faxes from fax machines that have colour
faxing capability.
Answering machine connection
By connecting an answering machine to the MultiPASS C70, not only
can you receive messages on your answering machine, but you can also
receive faxes automatically.
Transmission speed
The MultiPASS C70 uses G3 data encoding methods that increase
transmission speed to approximately six seconds* per page for black &
white transmissions.
Memory sending/receiving
The MultiPASS C70 can store up to 42 fax pages* (either received or to
be sent) in its built-in memory, and can receive faxes while printing or
when your PC is turned off.
* Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
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Automatic dialling and broadcasting
To make faxing even easier, the MultiPASS C70 provides several
automatic dialling methods: coded speed dialling, one-touch speed
dialling, and group dialling. The MultiPASS C70 also enables you to
broadcast faxes or send delayed faxes to as many as 113 destinations.
User restriction
The MultiPASS C70 can be “locked” to prevent unauthorised use of
your unit to send faxes.
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Reduced-size printing
When receiving faxes, the MultiPASS C70 automatically scales them to
fit the size of the paper loaded in the multi-purpose tray. So if your
client is sending you a fax on paper larger than an A4-size page and you
have A4-size paper in the multi-purpose tray, the fax will be scaled
down and printed on A4-size paper.
PC Colour Fax Features
PC black & white and colour faxing
In addition to sending and receiving black & white faxes directly from
and to your PC, you can also receive colour faxes directly to your PC.
Fax/Telephone address book
You can create an unlimited list of people to call and/or to whom you
can send PC faxes.
Manipulate or annotate a document
With the MultiPASS Desktop Manager, not only can you view a PC fax
on your PC, but you can also manipulate or annotate it. For example,
you can remove a page, split or merge it with other documents, rotate or
flip it, and perform many other operations.
Custom cover sheets
You can use one of the predefined fax cover pages or create your own to
attach to each PC fax you send.
Transmission speed
Approximately six seconds* per page with Error Correction Mode
(ECM) for black & white transmissions.
Point-and-click dialling
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager enables you to select a fax number
and dial directly from your PC’s screen with a simple click of the
mouse.
* Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
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Colour and black & white copying
The MultiPASS C70 can make full colour copies. It can also make up to
99 black & white (including halftones) copies of a document at a time, at
a rate of up to three copies per minute.
360-dpi resolution
The MultiPASS C70 copies documents using a high resolution of
360 dpi (when making single copies).
Copy reduction
The MultiPASS C70 can reduce copies to 90%, 80%, or 70% of their
original size. This allows you to copy legal-size documents onto A4-size
paper, for example.
Telephone Features
Connection for the handset, a telephone, and other devices
Connecting the handset or a telephone to the MultiPASS C70 lets you
use it to make and receive normal telephone calls. In addition, you can
connect an extension phone, an answering machine, or a data modem to
the MultiPASS C70.
Automatic dialling
The MultiPASS C70’s three automatic dialling methods (one-touch
speed dialling, coded speed dialling, and group dialling) can also be
used to store telephone numbers, for easy and efficient calling.
Point-and-click dialling
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager enables you to select a telephone
number and dial directly from your PC’s screen with a simple click of
the mouse.
User restriction
The MultiPASS C70 can be “locked” to prevent unauthorised use of
your unit to make telephone calls.
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Colour Copier Features
Colour Printer Features
Canon Bubble Jet (BJ) printing and ink cartridges
The MultiPASS C70 uses Canon’s Bubble Jet (BJ) printing and ink
cartridges to provide you with first-rate, crisp print and vibrant colours,
along with convenient and easy maintenance.
Excellent print quality and speed
The MultiPASS C70’s high-performance print head offers a precision of
up to 720 dots per inch (dpi) horizontally by 360 vertically, providing
you with high-resolution colour, text, and graphics, all at exceptional
speed — up to two pages per minute for colour printing.
Impressive output on a variety of media
The MultiPASS C70 can provide sharp black or vibrant colour printing
on a wide variety of media, including A4, letter, and legal plain paper,
glossy paper, envelopes, transparencies, back print film (for display on a
backlit panel), banner paper, and fabric sheets.
Convenient paper handling
The unit’s multi-purpose tray holds up to 100 sheets* of A4, letter, and
legal paper; 50 transparencies; 10 sheets of back print film; or 10
envelopes.
Economy ink-saving printing
The MultiPASS C70 includes an economy printing mode for black &
white printing that uses up to 50% less ink, resulting in longer cartridge
life.
Photo quality printing
Canon’s optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge enables the MultiPASS C70
to print excellent photo quality images.
* 75 g/m2 paper
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Colour Scanner Features
Full colour and 256-level greyscale
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager allows you to scan images in full
colour or with 256 levels of grey, rather than just in black & white,
ensuring that the images are reproduced as clearly as possible.
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
The MultiPASS C70 includes an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) that
makes it easy to scan up to 20 pages (A4 or letter size) at a time when
using Windows® applications that support the TWAIN scanning
standard and multipage scans.
Adjustable resolution
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager allows you to adjust the resolution for
documents you are scanning into your PC.
TWAIN compatible
The MultiPASS C70 supports the TWAIN scanning standard, which
allows you to scan images using any graphics or optical character
recognition (OCR) application that also supports the TWAIN standard.
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Using the MultiPASS C70 With the
MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows®
Canon’s MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows® allows you to use
the MultiPASS C70’s faxing, telephone, printing, and scanning functions
directly from your PC.
For more details on using your MultiPASS C70 with the MultiPASS
Desktop Manager, refer to the MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide.
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The MultiPASS Desktop Manager is designed to operate with
Windows® 95, 98, and NT 4.0.
Hardware and Software Requirements
Before you start, make sure you have the following PC setup. These are
the minimum requirements.
❏ IBM® or compatible computer with a Pentium 90 processor or higher.
An Intel Pentium processor is recommended.
❏ Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, or NT 4.0
❏ For Microsoft Windows® NT 4.0, Service Pack 3 or later
❏ 32 megabytes (MB) of RAM. 64 MB of RAM is recommended.
❏ 60 megabytes (MB) of available hard disk space. 150 MB of available
hard disk space is recommended.
❏ CD-ROM drive, or access to one over a network connection
❏ 256-colour SVGA monitor or greater
❏ Bi-directional shielded IEEE 1284-compatible parallel cable 2 metres
in length or shorter. For assistance on purchasing the correct cable,
contact your local authorised Canon dealer.
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Your MultiPASS C70 uses Canon’s Bubble Jet (BJ) cartridges, BJ tanks,
and special print media. All are designed to work with your MultiPASS
C70 to help you produce the finest output possible. These supplies are
available from your local authorised Canon dealer.
BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks
The MultiPASS C70 uses Canon’s BJ (Bubble Jet) cartridges to provide
you with first-rate, crisp print and vibrant colours.
Canon’s BJ cartridges use advanced ink formulas that dry quickly, look
great on plain paper, are not easily affected by light, and resist
smudging. In addition, the print heads in the BJ cartridges cap
themselves automatically when not in use, thus saving ink by keeping
the print heads from drying out.
BJ cartridges are also easy to maintain. If your BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge runs out of ink, simply replace the empty BJ tank (black or
colour). If the BX-20 Black BJ cartridge or the optional BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge runs out of ink, simply replace the entire cartridge.*
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❏ For optimum printing results and to avoid printing problems, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, the
Canon BX-20 Black BJ cartridge, or the optional Canon BC-22e Photo
BJ cartridge with your MultiPASS C70.*
❏ When replacing BJ tanks in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BCI-21 Colour and the Canon
BCI-21 Black BJ tanks.
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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Supplies
Special Print Media
You can use plain paper with the MultiPASS C70 for excellent colour
and black & white printing, but Canon has also developed a wide range
of print media to extend your printing capabilities. Chapter 5, Paper
Handling, gives details on this print media as well as special instructions
for loading some of this media into your MultiPASS C70.
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If you plan to use a print medium other than those made by Canon, be
sure to test it in your MultiPASS C70 before ordering it in bulk. If you
have any questions about whether a particular medium is suitable for
your MultiPASS C70, please contact your local authorised Canon dealer
or the Canon help line.
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Your MultiPASS C70 includes the following documentation to help you
learn how to use your unit quickly and easily:
❏ User’s Guide (this guide) — This guide provides detailed
information on how to set up, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot
your MultiPASS C70.
❏ MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide — This guide describes
how to use your MultiPASS C70 to fax, print, and scan from within
your PC’s Windows® environment. Refer to this guide whenever you
need information about faxing, printing, or scanning from your PC.
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Please note that all settings that can be performed from the MultiPASS
C70 operation panel can also be adjusted using your MultiPASS Desktop
Manager for Windows® software. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide)
How to Use This Guide
To make the best use of this guide in learning how to set up and operate
your MultiPASS C70, be sure to do the following:
❏ Read this chapter to learn about the MultiPASS C70’s main features,
available supplies, and guidelines on using the unit safely.
❏ Carefully follow the instructions in Chapter 2, Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70, to get your MultiPASS C70 unpacked, assembled,
and ready to operate.
❏ Read Chapter 3, Registering Information in the MultiPASS C70, to learn
how to enter information in the MultiPASS C70 via the operation
panel, and how to register your sender information.
❏ Refer to Chapter 4, Document Handling, for details on the document
requirements for your MultiPASS C70, and how to load documents
for automatic and manual feed.
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Using Your Documentation
❏ Refer to Chapter 5, Paper Handling, for details on paper and other
print media you can use with your unit, and instructions for loading
these in the MultiPASS C70.
❏ Read Chapter 6, Speed Dialling, to learn how to register numbers for
speed dialling, how to change your entries, and how to use speed
dialling to send documents.
❏ Read Chapters 7 through 10 to master the unit’s operating
procedures, such as sending and receiving faxes, special dialling,
restricting use of the MultiPASS C70, and making copies.
❏ Refer to Chapter 11, Reports and Lists, to learn about the reports and
lists that can be automatically or manually printed from your
MultiPASS C70.
❏ Look over Chapter 12, Maintenance, to become familiar with
procedures for cleaning the MultiPASS C70, replacing BJ cartridges
and BJ tanks, and transporting the MultiPASS C70.
❏ If your unit is not operating properly, use Chapter 13,
Troubleshooting, to try to solve the problem.
❏ Refer to Chapter 14, Summary of Settings, to learn how to change
default settings on your MultiPASS C70, and how to customise your
unit to your needs.
❏ Refer to Appendix A, Specifications, for the MultiPASS C70’s
technical specifications.
❏ Refer to Appendix B, Handset, for instructions on attaching the
handset to your MultiPASS C70 and for details on its functions and
maintaining your handset.
If you still have questions about how to use your MultiPASS C70, please
contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. They
will be happy to answer your questions.
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Please read the list below of symbols, terms, and abbreviations used in
this guide, and make sure you know what they mean. A complete
glossary of terms is included at the end of this guide.
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Cautions tell you how to avoid actions that could injure you or
damage your MultiPASS C70. In order to use your unit safely, always
pay attention to these cautions.
Notes provide advice on using the MultiPASS C70 more effectively,
describe operating restrictions, and tell you how to avoid minor
difficulties. Reading these is recommended to make the most of your
unit and its functions.
(1 p. n-nn)
A number preceded by an arrow and enclosed
in parenthesis references a page number in this
guide which contains more information on the
topic of the previous sentence.
default
A setting that remains in effect unless you
change it.
document or
fax
A document or fax is the original sheet(s) of
paper you send or receive on the unit.
menu
A menu is a list of settings or features from which
you select an item to set up or change. A menu
has a title which appears in the LCD display.
d and u buttons
The d and u buttons are used to select an item
in a menu. Press d to select the next item, and
press u to select the previous item.
transaction number
When you send or receive a document, your
unit automatically assigns the document a
unique transaction number. A transaction
number is a four-digit number that will help
you keep track of documents you send and
receive.
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Type Conventions Used in This Guide
TX/RX NO.
On the LCD display, TX/RX NO. is the
abbreviation used for transaction number.
RX
Denotes receiving.
TX
Denotes sending.
In addition, this guide uses bold type letters to show the names of
buttons on the unit, such as Data Registration, Stop, and Start/Scan.
Text that appears in the unit’s LCD display is shown as in this example:
PRINTING REPORT.
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Your MultiPASS C70 is designed with the latest technology to provide
trouble-free operation. If you have a problem with the unit’s operation,
try to solve it by using the information in Chapter 13, Troubleshooting. If
you cannot solve the problem or if you think your MultiPASS C70 needs
service, contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help
line.
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Customer Support
Important Safety Instructions
Read these safety instructions thoroughly before using your MultiPASS
C70, and keep them handy in case you need to refer to them later.
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Except as specifically described in this guide, do not attempt to
service the MultiPASS C70 yourself. Never attempt to disassemble the
unit: opening and removing its interior covers will expose you to
dangerous voltages and other risks. For all service, contact your local
authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
❏ Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the MultiPASS C70.
❏ Place the MultiPASS C70 on a level surface. To avoid serious damage
from falling, never place the unit on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
❏ Do not use the MultiPASS C70 near water. Make sure that no wet or
humid objects come into contact with the unit.
❏ To ensure reliable operation of the MultiPASS C70 and to protect it
from overheating (which can cause it to operate abnormally and
create a fire risk), never block or cover any openings on the unit by
placing it on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. Do not place
the unit in a cupboard or built-in installation, or near a radiator or
other heat source unless proper ventilation is provided. See Choosing
a Location for Your MultiPASS C70 on page 2-3 for guidelines on how
much space the unit needs for ventilation.
❏ Only operate the MultiPASS C70 from the type of power source
indicated on the unit’s label. If you are not sure of the type of power
available, consult your dealer or local power company.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 is equipped with a three-prong, grounding-type
plug provided with a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit
into a grounding-type outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into your outlet, contact an electrician to
replace your outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounding-type plug by breaking off the third prong or using a 3-to2 adaptor.*
* The shape of the plug varies depending on the country of purchase.
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❏ Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not locate
the unit where the cord will be walked on. Make sure the cord is not
knotted or kinked.
❏ If you use an extension cord with the MultiPASS C70, make sure
that the total of the ampere ratings on the products plugged into the
extension cord does not exceed the extension cord ampere rating.
Also make sure that the total ampere rating of all products plugged
into the wall outlet does not exceed the current amperage of the
circuit breaker.
❏ Do not push objects of any kind into the slots or openings on the
cabinet as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts. This could result in fire or electric shock.
❏ Do not allow small objects (such as pins, paper clips, or staples) to
fall into the MultiPASS C70. If something does fall into it, unplug the
unit immediately and contact your local authorised Canon dealer or
the Canon help line.
❏ To avoid spillage in or around the unit, do not eat or drink near the
unit. If you spill liquid or if any substance falls into the unit,
immediately unplug the unit and contact your local authorised
Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
❏ Always unplug the MultiPASS C70 before moving or cleaning it.
❏ Whenever you unplug the MultiPASS C70, wait at least five seconds
before you plug it in again.
❏ During electrical storms, disconnect the power cord from the power
outlet. (Please note that any documents stored in the unit’s memory
will be deleted when you unplug the unit.)
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❏ Make sure the total amperage used by all devices plugged into the
wall outlet does not exceed the ampere rating of the outlet’s circuit
breaker.
❏ Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet. Keep the
area open so you can reach the outlet quickly. If you notice anything
unusual (smoke, strange odours, noises) around the MultiPASS C70,
unplug the unit immediately. Contact your local authorised Canon
dealer or the Canon help line.
❏ To avoid paper jams, never unplug the power cord, open the printer
cover, or remove paper from the multi-purpose tray while printing.
❏ Keep the MultiPASS C70 away from direct sunlight, as this can
damage it. If you have to place it near a window, install heavy
curtains or blinds.
❏ Do not expose the MultiPASS C70 to extreme temperature
fluctuations. Install the unit in a place with temperatures in the
10°–32.5°C range.
❏ Always lift the MultiPASS C70 as shown below. Never lift it by its
multi-purpose tray, document support, document tray, extension, or
handset cradle.
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• When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
• If liquid has spilled into the unit.
• If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the unit does not operate normally when you have followed the
instructions in this guide. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instruction in this guide. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and may
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to normal operation.
• If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
• If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a
need for service.
❏ Plug the MultiPASS C70 into a standard 200–240 V AC power outlet.
Do not attempt to use it outside of the country where you purchased
it.
❏ Do not plug the MultiPASS C70 into the same circuit as an appliance
such as an air conditioner, electric typewriter, television, or copier.
Such devices generate electrical noise that can interfere with your
MultiPASS C70’s ability to send and receive faxes.
❏ Check the plug frequently and make sure that it is firmly plugged
into the socket.
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This product emits low level magnetic flux.
If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities, please move
away from this product and consult your doctor.
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❏ Unplug the MultiPASS C70 from the wall outlet and refer service to
qualified personnel under the following conditions:
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This chapter tells you how to unpack and assemble your MultiPASS
C70, install the BJ cartridge, and load paper.
❏ Choosing a Location for Your MultiPASS C70.....................................2-3
• Dimensions............................................................................................2-4
❏ Unpacking Your MultiPASS C70 ............................................................2-5
• Lifting the MultiPASS C70..................................................................2-5
• Do You Have Everything? ..................................................................2-6
❏ Removing Shipping Materials ................................................................2-9
• Removing the Shipping Tape .............................................................2-9
• Removing the Protective Plastic Piece ..............................................2-9
• Removing the Protective Sheet and Styrofoam Sheet ..................2-10
❏ Assembling the MultiPASS C70 ...........................................................2-12
• Attaching the Document Support ...................................................2-12
• Attaching the Extension and Document Tray ...............................2-13
• Attaching the Handset ......................................................................2-14
❏ Making Connections ..............................................................................2-15
• Connecting the MultiPASS C70 to Your PC ...................................2-15
• Connecting the Telephone Line .......................................................2-17
• Connecting the Handset or a Telephone ........................................2-18
• Connecting an Extension Phone, Answering Machine, or
Data Modem ....................................................................................2-19
• Connecting the Power Cord .............................................................2-20
❏ Main Components of the MultiPASS C70...........................................2-23
• Front View ...........................................................................................2-23
• Back View ............................................................................................2-24
• Inside View..........................................................................................2-24
• Handset................................................................................................2-24
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• Operation Panel..................................................................................2-25
Special Function Buttons ..............................................................2-27
❏ Installing the BJ Cartridge.....................................................................2-29
• BJ Cartridge Guidelines ....................................................................2-29
• Installing the BJ Cartridge in the MultiPASS C70.........................2-31
• Storing a BJ Cartridge in its Container ...........................................2-37
❏ Loading Paper .........................................................................................2-39
• Paper Guidelines ................................................................................2-39
• Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray .....................................2-40
❏ Testing the MultiPASS C70....................................................................2-44
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Choosing a Location for Your MultiPASS C70
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Please review the information provided in Important Safety Instructions
(2 p. 1-18), to make sure you are installing your MultiPASS C70 for safe
use.
❏ Put the MultiPASS C70 in a cool, dry, clean, well ventilated place:
• Make sure the area is free from dust.
• Make sure the location is not affected by extreme temperature
changes, and always stays between 10° and 32.5°C.
• Make sure the area’s relative humidity is always between 20%
and 85%.
❏ Keep the MultiPASS C70 away from direct sunlight. If you have to
place the unit near a window, install heavy curtains or blinds to
protect the unit from sunlight.
❏ If possible, put the MultiPASS C70 near an existing telephone outlet,
to avoid the expense of installing a new one.
❏ Place the unit near a standard 200–240 V AC power outlet.
❏ Place the MultiPASS C70 near the PC you will be connecting it to.
Make sure you can reach it easily, as you will be using it as a fax
machine, copier, telephone, printer, and scanner.
❏ Do not use or store the unit outdoors.
❏ To avoid damage to the unit from overheating, do not block the
exhaust vent. Install the unit approximately 10 cm away from walls
or other equipment.
❏ Do not plug the MultiPASS C70 into the same circuit as an appliance
such as an air conditioner, electric typewriter, television, or copier.
Such devices generate electrical noise that can interfere with your
MultiPASS C70’s ability to send and receive faxes.
❏ Set the MultiPASS C70 on a flat, stable, vibration-free surface that is
strong enough to support its weight (approx. 5.4 kg).
❏ Do not install the MultiPASS C70 near devices that contain magnets
or generate magnetic fields, such as speakers.
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Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
Before unpacking your MultiPASS C70, follow these guidelines to
choose the best location for it:
Dimensions
Make sure the location you choose provides enough space around the
MultiPASS C70 for adequate ventilation, and to allow paper to flow
freely into and out of the unit. Install the MultiPASS C70 approximately
10 cm away from walls and other equipment. The figures below show
the dimensions of the unit.
606 mm
476 mm
453 mm
367 mm
277 mm
480 mm
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Unpacking Your MultiPASS C70
Follow the directions below to unpack your MultiPASS C70 properly,
and to make sure you have all of its components and documentation.
Before unpacking the MultiPASS C70, be sure to read the instructions
below for lifting the unit.
Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
Lifting the MultiPASS C70
When lifting the MultiPASS C70 out of the box, or when you need to
move the unit, be sure to do the following:
❏ Hold the unit firmly and keep it level.
❏ Lift the unit from the bottom.
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Do You Have Everything?
As you unpack the MultiPASS C70, save the carton and packing
material in case you want to move or ship the unit in the future.
Carefully remove all items from the box. You should have someone help
by holding the box while you lift the MultiPASS C70 and its protective
packaging out of the carton.
DOCUMENT SUPPORT
POWER CORD
TELEPHONE LINE
DOCUMENTATION
BC-21e COLOUR
BJ CARTRIDGE
SCREWS WITH
PLUGS (4)
DOCUMENT TRAY
MultiPASS C70 UNIT
SB-21 BJ CARTRIDGE
CONTAINER
CRADLE SUPPORT
EXTENSION
BCI-21 BLACK BJ TANK
HANDSET
HANDSET CRADLE
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DOCUMENT TRAY and
EXTENSION
TELEPHONE LINE**
BC-21e COLOUR
BJ CARTRIDGE
DOCUMENT
SUPPORT
BCI-21 BLACK
BJ TANK
Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
Make sure you have the following items:
POWER CORD*
SB-21 BJ CARTRIDGE
CONTAINER
Mult
iPAS
S
C 70
MultiPASS C70
USER’S GUIDE (This guide)
HANDSET
MultiPASS SUITE SOFTWARE
USER’S GUIDE
HANDSET CRADLE
CRADLE SUPPORT
MultiPASS SUITE SOFTWARE/
PRINTER DRIVER CD-ROM
SCREWS WITH PLUGS (4)
* The shape of the power cord varies depending on the country of purchase.
** The shape of the telephone line varies depending on the country of purchase.
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❏ If any of the items are damaged or missing, notify your local
authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line immediately.
❏ In addition to the items shipped with your MultiPASS C70, you will
need a Centronics®-compatible parallel cable (IEEE 1284-compliant),
which you can purchase from your local authorised Canon dealer.
For best results, use a cable that is no longer than 2 metres.
❏ Important! Save your sales receipt for proof of purchase in case your
unit requires warranty service.
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Removing Shipping Materials
In order to protect your MultiPASS C70 during shipping, the unit has
been packed with protective materials that you must remove before you
can use it. Keep all shipping materials in case you need to move or
transport the unit in the future.
Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
Removing the Shipping Tape
Remove all shipping tape from the MultiPASS C70.
Removing the Protective Plastic Piece
Remove the shipping tape and protective plastic piece from the multipurpose tray.
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Removing the Protective Sheet and Styrofoam Sheet
1. Remove the protective sheet covering the operation panel.
2. Use both hands to grip the operation panel and gently pull it
towards you until it opens partially.
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3. Remove the soft styrofoam sheet from the unit’s Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
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Do not attempt to remove the small white piece of plastic that is
attached with a screw to the inside of the operation panel. Only
remove the styrofoam sheet.
4. Gently close the operation panel until it clicks into position.
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Assembling the MultiPASS C70
Follow the instructions in this section to assemble your MultiPASS C70
and prepare it for full operation. To see how the MultiPASS C70 will
look fully assembled, refer to Main Components of the MultiPASS C70.
(1 p. 2-23)
Attaching the Document Support
The document support holds documents as they feed into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
With the curve of the document support sloping outwards, fit the tabs of
the document support into the slots above the Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF).
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Be sure to attach the document support so that it curves outwards.
Otherwise it may cause difficulty in opening the printer cover, and
may cause damage to the unit.
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Attaching the Extension and Document Tray
The document tray and extension catch documents as they come out of
the MultiPASS C70 after being scanned.
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Be sure to attach the extension to the document tray before attaching the
document tray to the unit.
1. Hold the extension so that it curves outwards and slide it into the
rails on the back of the document tray. Then slide the inner section
of the extension into the inner rails on the document tray.
EXTENSION
DOCUMENT
TRAY
2. Slide in the extension until it stops.
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Attach the extension to the document tray, and then the document tray
to the unit as explained below.
3. Hold the document tray as shown below and push the slots on the
document tray firmly into the hidden tabs on the unit until you
hear a click.
TAB
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You can slide the extension in and out to suit the length of your
document.
Attaching the Handset
For details on attaching the handset to the MultiPASS C70, refer to
Appendix B, Handset.
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Making Connections
Your MultiPASS C70 has an 8-bit, bi-directional parallel interface port
that allows you to connect it to your PC. You can purchase a
Centronics®-compatible parallel cable with bi-directional capability from
your Canon dealer or any computer store. Make sure the cable is IEEE
1284-compliant.
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For best results, use a cable that is no longer than 2 metres.
Connect the MultiPASS C70 to your PC as follows:
1. Make sure your PC is turned off and the MultiPASS C70 is
unplugged.
2. Align the cable connector with the parallel interface port so their
shapes match.
3. Gently press the cable connector into the port.
4. Secure the cable connector by snapping both wire clips (on the sides
of the port) into the cable connector.
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5. Connect the other end of the cable to the parallel interface port on
your PC.
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Connecting the Telephone Line
Connect the MultiPASS C70 to a telephone line as follows:
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MultiPASS C70
1. Connect one end of the supplied telephone line to the jack marked
L on the side of the MultiPASS C70.
2. Connect the other end of the line to the telephone jack on your
wall.
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Connecting the Handset or a Telephone
If you have only one telephone line and plan to use the MultiPASS C70
for both fax transactions and voice calls, you will need to connect the
handset or a telephone to your unit.
Connect the line from the handset or the telephone to the jack marked h
on the side of the MultiPASS C70.
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❏ If the connector does not fit the jack or does not seat properly, contact
your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line, or your
telephone company to have the correct connector installed.
❏ Be sure to connect the handset or the telephone before using your
MultiPASS C70.
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Connecting an Extension Phone, Answering Machine, or
Data Modem
Connect the line from the extension phone, answering machine, or data
modem to the jack marked t on the side of the MultiPASS C70.
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❏ If the connector does not fit the jack or does not seat properly, contact
your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line, or your
telephone company to have the correct connector installed.
❏ If you connect an answering machine to the MultiPASS C70, be sure
to read Receiving With an Answering Machine: ANS.MACHINE MODE.
(1 p. 8-16)
❏ To connect an extension phone as well as an answering machine,
connect the extension phone to the answering machine, and then
connect the answering machine to the MultiPASS C70. If the
answering machine does not have an extension phone output,
connect the extension phone to the jack marked h.
❏ If you have a modem installed in your PC, you can attach it to the
MultiPASS C70. Connect the telephone line from the wall outlet to the
jack marked L. Then connect the line from the t jack on the
MultiPASS C70 to the jack on the modem. If others access your PC
frequently through the modem or if you use your modem extensively,
you may want a dedicated telephone line for your modem.
❏ Be sure to connect the extension phone, answering machine, or data
modem before using your MultiPASS C70.
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Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
In addition to the handset or a telephone, you can also connect an
extension phone, answering machine (with or without a telephone), or
data modem to your MultiPASS C70.
Connecting the Power Cord
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Follow these guidelines when connecting your MultiPASS C70 to a
power source:
❏ The MultiPASS C70 is intended for domestic use only and requires
200–240 V AC. Do not use it outside the country for which it is
intended.
❏ Only plug the unit into a 200–240-volt AC 50–60 Hz, three-prong
grounded outlet.
❏ Use only the power cord that came with the unit. Using a longer
cord or extension cord can cause the unit to malfunction.
❏ Unplug the unit only by pulling on the plug itself. Never pull on
the cord.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 is equipped with a three-prong, groundingtype plug provided with a third (grounding) pin. This plug will
only fit into a grounding-type outlet. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug into your outlet, contact an electrician
to replace your outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounding-type plug by breaking off the third prong or using a 3to-2 adaptor.*
❏ Do not plug the MultiPASS C70 into the same circuit as an
appliance such as an air conditioner, electric typewriter, television,
or copier. Such devices generate electrical noise that can interfere
with your MultiPASS C70’s ability to send and receive faxes.
❏ Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not locate
the unit where the cord will be walked on. Make sure the cord is
not knotted or kinked.
❏ Make sure that the total ampere rating of all products plugged into
the wall outlet does not exceed the current amperage of the circuit
breaker.
❏ Make sure the operation panel of the MultiPASS C70 is properly
closed, and that there are no documents in this area.
* The shape of the plug varies depending on the country of purchase.
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Connect the power cord as follows:
Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
1. Plug the supplied power cord into the power cord connector on the
back of the MultiPASS C70.
2. Plug the other end of the power cord into a properly grounded AC
outlet (three-pronged outlet).
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The MultiPASS C70 has no power switch, so its power is on as long as it
is plugged in. Once connected, though, the unit still needs to warm up
before you can use it.
❏ While the MultiPASS C70 is warming up, the Alarm light blinks
and the following message appears in the LCD display:
PLEASE WAIT
❏ When the time and receive mode appear, the MultiPASS C70 is
in standby mode and ready for use.
Ex:
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If the BJ cartridge has not been installed yet, the following message and
the standby mode display alternate in the LCD display:
PUT IN CARTRIDGE
Ex:
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FaxOnly
Chapter 2
Main Components of the MultiPASS C70
Before using your MultiPASS C70, take a few moments to look over the
unit and become familiar with its components.
AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (ADF)
AND PRINTER COVER
Holds documents to be scanned.
DOCUMENT SUPPORT
Holds documents as they
feed into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
PAPER GUIDE
Keeps print media in position.
Adjust to the width of the print
media.
PAPER REST
Supports print media
stacked in the multipurpose tray.
DOCUMENT GUIDES
Keep the document in
position when being
scanned. Adjust to the
width of the document.
EXTENSION
Holds scanned
documents as they
exit the MultiPASS C70.
MULTI-PURPOSE TRAY
Holds plain paper and
other print media.
OPERATION PANEL
Use to control the
MultiPASS C70.
(1 p. 2-25)
DOCUMENT TRAY
Holds scanned documents
as they exit the MultiPASS
C70.
HANDSET
OUTPUT TRAY
Holds printed pages as
they exit the MultiPASS
C70.
PAPER OUTPUT GUIDES
Hold high resolution paper
when using the BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge. Also
hold banner paper.
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OUTPUT TRAY EXTENSION
Holds printed pages as they
exit the MultiPASS C70.
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Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
Front View
Back View
PARALLEL INTERFACE
PORT
HANDSET/TELEPHONE
JACK
POWER CORD
CONNECTOR
EXTENSION PHONE/
ANSWERING MACHINE/
DATA MODEM JACK
TELEPHONE LINE JACK
Inside View
C (CARTRIDGE) BUTTON
Press this button to move
the cartridge holder to its
centre position for
replacing the BJ cartridge
or BJ tank.
PAPER THICKNESS
LEVER
Adjust for the
type of print
media you
are using.
(1 p. 5-10)
PRINTER COVER
CARTRIDGE
HOLDER
Handset
For details on the components of the handset, refer to Appendix B,
Handset.
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Operation Panel
e LCD DISPLAY
w Color/B&W BUTTON
r Receive Mode BUTTON
q DOCUMENT FEED LEVER
ABC
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DEF
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Memory Reference
6
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/Pause Coded Dial
PQRS
03
Data Registration
Alarm
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t Alarm LIGHT
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DIALLING/SPECIAL
FUNCTION BUTTONS
TUV
Receive Mode
Color / B&W
#
10
Stop
D.T.
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
Start / Scan
Resume
!4 Copy BUTTON
i R (REDIAL) /Pause BUTTON
!0 Coded Dial BUTTON
12
Resolution
u NUMERIC BUTTONS
o Hook BUTTON
11
Report
9
Hook
0
Tone/+
09
Copy
WXYZ
8
Space
08
!3 Stop BUTTON
!2 Resolution BUTTON
!1 Start/Scan BUTTON
q Document Feed Lever (2 p. 4-5)
Sets the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) to a (automatic
document feed) for feeding multipage documents, or to m (manual
document feed) for feeding single sheets.
w Color/B&W Button (2 p. 7-3, 10-2)
Sets the unit for colour or black & white transmission or copying.
For colour transmission or colour copying, press this button to turn
on its light.
e LCD Display
Displays messages and prompts during operation, and displays
selections, text, numbers, and names when registering information.
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r Receive Mode Button (2 Chapter 8)
Selects the receive mode.
t Alarm Light
Flashes when an error occurs, or when the MultiPASS C70 is out of
paper or ink.
y One-Touch Speed Dialling/Special Function Buttons
Dial fax/telephone numbers that you have registered for one-touch
speed dialling. Also used to perform special functions.
(1 pp. 2-27, 3-4, 6-9)
u Numeric Buttons
Enter numbers when dialling or registering numbers. Also enter
letters when registering names.
i R (Redial)/Pause Button (2 pp. 7-17, 9-6)
Redials the last number that was dialled using the numeric buttons
(regular dialling). Also enters pauses between or after the
fax/telephone number when dialling or registering numbers.
o Hook Button
Engages or disengages the telephone line.
!0 Coded Dial Button (2 p. 6-17)
Press this button and a two-digit code to dial a fax/telephone
number that you have registered for coded speed dialling.
!1 Start/Scan Button
Starts sending, receiving, scanning, and copying.
!2 Resolution Button (2 pp. 7-4, 7-5, 10-3)
Selects the resolution the MultiPASS C70 uses for the document you
are sending or copying.
!3 Stop Button
Cancels sending, receiving, registering data, copying and other
operations, and returns the MultiPASS C70 to standby mode.
!4 Copy Button (2 p. 10-3)
Sets the MultiPASS C70 to make copies.
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Special Function Buttons
02
03
Data Registration
04
R
05
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
09
08
Report
10
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01
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11
12
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
Resume
❏ Data Registration Button (2 p. 3-5)
Accesses the different menus for setting speed dialling, user
preferences, sending and receiving options, and many other
important settings.
❏ d, u Buttons
Scroll through the settings so you can see other selections in the
menus during data registration.
❏ R Button (2 p. 9-2)
Dials the outside line access number when the MultiPASS C70 is
connected through a switchboard (PBX). (You must register this
button before you can use it.)
❏ Memory Reference Button (2 pp. 7-28, 7-29, 7-33, 8-18)
Performs operations with documents currently stored in memory,
including printing a list of documents, printing a document, and
deleting a document. Also prints documents in memory you no
longer want to upload to your PC.
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❏ Space Button
Enters a space between letters and numbers when registering
information.
❏ Tone/+ Button (2 p. 9-7)
Allows you to switch temporarily to tone dialling when your
MultiPASS C70 is set for pulse dialling. Also enters a plus sign (+)
when registering your unit fax/telephone number.
❏ l, r Buttons
Move the cursor left or right when registering data.
❏ Report Button (2 pp. 3-18, 6-26, 6-29, 11-5)
Prints reports containing information registered in the unit and
information on transactions.
❏ D.T. Button* (2 p. 9-9)
Allows you to confirm a dial tone in the middle of a fax/telephone
number.
❏ Cleaning Button (2 pp. 5-23, 12-15, 12-17)
Prints the nozzle check pattern and performs cleaning operations for
the BJ cartridge print head and unit rollers.
❏ Clear Button
Clears an entire entry when registering information.
❏ Function Button/Light (2 p. 3-4)
Switches between the special function buttons and the one-touch
speed dialling buttons. To use the special function buttons, press this
button to turn on its light. To use the one-touch speed dialling
buttons, press to turn off its light.
❏ Set Button
Selects a menu setting and registers information during data
registration.
❏ Resume Button
Form-feeds paper when printing, and resumes printing after an
error is corrected.
* This feature is not available in Australia and New Zealand.
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Installing the BJ Cartridge
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The MultiPASS C70 comes with one BX-20 Black BJ cartridge and one
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge. The BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge is available
as an option for the MultiPASS C70. For details on purchasing any of
these cartridges, contact your local authorised Canon dealer.*
BJ Cartridge Guidelines
The most important thing you can do to ensure the best possible print
quality, as well as extend the life of your MultiPASS C70, is to take care
of the MultiPASS C70’s BJ cartridges following these guidelines:
❏ Store BJ cartridges at room temperature.
❏ Keep BJ cartridges in their sealed containers until you are ready to
use them.
❏ Do not shake BJ cartridges vigorously while handling.
❏ To change a BJ cartridge, be sure to press the C button (inside the
unit) to move the cartridge holder to the centre.
❏ Install the BJ cartridge immediately after removing its print head
cap and protective tape.
❏ Always use the BJ cartridge within one year of unpacking it.
❏ When changing BJ cartridges, always store the unused BJ cartridge
in the SB-21 BJ cartridge container provided with the MultiPASS
C70.
❏ Do not remove the BJ cartridge from the MultiPASS C70 unless
necessary.
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
This section explains how to install the BJ cartridge in the MultiPASS
C70 so that you can begin using your unit. For more details on BJ
cartridges and BJ tanks, refer to BJ Cartridge on page 12-12.
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The ink in the BJ cartridges is difficult to clean up if spilled. To avoid
spilling ink, always be sure to follow these precautions when handling
the BJ cartridges:
❏ Do not attempt to disassemble or refill the BJ cartridge or a BJ tank.
❏ Do not shake or drop the BJ cartridge, or tip the print head
downwards.
❏ Keep BJ cartridges out of children’s reach.
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Hold the BJ cartridge by its sides only. Do not touch the print head,
the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
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❏ Make sure the cartridge holder is in its home position (on the right
side of the unit) when you are not using the MultiPASS C70. If it is
not in its home position, press the C button (inside the unit). Leaving
it out of its home position will dry out the print head on the BJ
cartridge.
❏ Clean the print head when print quality is no longer satisfactory.
Refer to Testing and Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head (1 p. 12-15).
If the print quality does not improve after five consecutive
cleanings, replace the BJ tank or BJ cartridge.
❏ Do not use a BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge with either of its BJ tanks
missing. Doing so can cause the ink to clog.
❏ Do not remove the BJ tanks from the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
unnecessarily, or the ink in them may clog.
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Chapter 2
Installing the BJ Cartridge in the MultiPASS C70
When there is no BJ cartridge installed in the MultiPASS C70, the LCD
display shows this message:
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The MultiPASS C70 comes with one BX-20 Black BJ cartridge and one
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge. The steps in this section show the BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge. However, please note that the installation
procedure is the same for the BX-20 Black BJ cartridge and the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge.*
To install your BJ cartridge, follow these steps:
1. Make sure the MultiPASS C70 is plugged in.
2. Open the printer cover by grasping the document guides and
lifting.
❏ If the printer cover does not open easily, slide the document
guides outwards and then open the printer cover.
DOCUMENT GUIDE
DOCUMENT GUIDE
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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PUT IN CARTRIDGE
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When you plug in the MultiPASS C70 for the first time, the cartridge
holder automatically moves to the centre of the unit so you can install
the BJ cartridge. If the cartridge holder is not in the centre, press the C
button (inside the unit).
❏ Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder as this
may damage the MultiPASS C70.
❏ Do not touch the round shaft, guide rail, or ribbon cable. Also, do
not touch the small circuit board on the cartridge holder. Touching
these parts may adversely affect operation of the unit and/or cause
print quality deterioration.
CIRCUIT BOARD
GUIDE RAIL
ROUND SHAFT
RIBBON CABLE
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3. Raise the blue cartridge lock lever (on the cartridge holder) by
gently pulling up on it.
4. Peel the cover off the new BJ cartridge’s protective packaging, and
remove the BJ cartridge.
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Hold the BJ cartridge by its sides only. Do not touch the print head,
the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
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5. Lift the orange cap off the BJ cartridge’s print head, then remove
the orange tape.
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❏ Spilled ink can stain any surface; protect yourself and your work
area.
❏ Discard the cap and tape immediately. Never attempt to reattach the
cap or tape to the print head, or you can adversely affect the ink flow
or quality of the ink colour.
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6. Hold the BJ cartridge so that its label faces outwards, then slide it
into the cartridge holder.
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MultiPASS C70
❏ Be careful not to touch the silver plate on the bottom of the BJ
cartridge or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
7. Lower the blue cartridge lock lever completely.
❏ Do not use excessive force.
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8. Press C .
❏ The cartridge holder moves to its home position on the right
side of the unit and begins cleaning the print head. This process
takes about 55 seconds.
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Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder as this may
damage the MultiPASS C70.
9. Close the printer cover.
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Unplug the MultiPASS C70 only when it is in standby mode (time and
receive mode shown in the LCD display). Do not unplug the MultiPASS
C70 when the cartridge holder is not in its home position on the right. If
you unplug the unit while it is printing, or move the cartridge holder
from its home position, the BJ cartridge will not be capped and can dry
out.
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Chapter 2
Storing a BJ Cartridge in its Container
If you remove a partially used BJ cartridge from the MultiPASS C70,
store it in the SB-21 BJ cartridge container provided with your unit.
c
Hold the BJ cartridge by its sides only. Do not touch the print head,
the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
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1. Press on the release tab and open the cover.
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Once a BJ cartridge is unwrapped, its print head must be kept from
drying out, or it can clog and fail to work properly. A BJ cartridge
installed in the MultiPASS C70 is protected from drying out by
automatically moving to the home position on the right side of the unit
and capping itself.
2. Insert the BJ cartridge in its container with the BJ cartridge’s label
facing forward, and the print head down.
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Loading Paper
Paper Guidelines
❏ To avoid paper jams and poor print quality, never try to print on
damp, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper.
❏ Store paper and other media flat, and leave it in its wrapper until
you are ready to use it. Store unused paper from opened packs in
the original packing in a cool, dry location.
❏ Store paper at 18°–24°C, 40%–60% relative humidity.
❏ Let the paper run out before you refill the multi-purpose tray. Avoid
mixing “new” paper with paper remaining in the multi-purpose
tray.
❏ Use cut-sheet paper only, not paper that comes on a roll.
❏ Do not use paper that is thicker than that specified for the
MultiPASS C70. Printing with paper that is thick enough to come in
contact with the print head nozzles may damage the BJ cartridge.
For complete paper specifications, refer to Chapter 5, Paper Handling.
❏ If your printed page contains a large amount of graphics, the ink on
the page may be damp due to the print density. Leave the page in
the output tray for 30 to 60 seconds to allow the ink to dry. Then
remove the page being careful not to touch the document tray or
extension. Should you dirty the document tray or extension when
removing the page, wipe them clean with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water or diluted dishwashing detergent solution.
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Setting Up Your
MultiPASS C70
This section describes how to load plain paper in the multi-purpose tray
so that you can begin using your MultiPASS C70. For complete details
on print media specifications and other guidelines for selecting and
loading print media, refer to Chapter 5, Paper Handling.
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray
1. Make sure the paper thickness lever is set to the left ( p ).
❏ For details, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness Lever on page 5-10.
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printer cover to set the paper thickness lever while the MultiPASS
C70 is printing.
2. Pull the paper rest up until it stops.
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3. Move the paper guide to the left to match the size of your paper.
4. Prepare a stack of paper by fanning the edge that will feed into the
unit first, and then tapping the stack on a flat surface to even its
edges.
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5. Insert the stack into the multi-purpose tray until it stops, so that
the right edge of the stack is aligned with the right side of the
multi-purpose tray.
❏ The multi-purpose tray holds up to 100 sheets* of plain paper.
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Make sure the top of the stack is below the paper limit mark ( P ).
PAPER LIMIT
MARK
* 75 g/m2 paper
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6. Slide the paper guide snugly against the left edge of the stack.
The MultiPASS C70 is now ready to print.
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Testing the MultiPASS C70
After you have assembled your MultiPASS C70, installed the BJ
cartridge, and loaded the print media, you can make sure the MultiPASS
C70 is printing properly by making several copies of a document. For
instructions, see Chapter 10, Making Copies.
If you have problems printing, refer to Chapter 13, Troubleshooting.
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Chapter 3
Registering Information in the
MultiPASS C70
❏ Methods for Registering Information in the MultiPASS C70 ............3-2
❏ Guidelines for Entering Information Via the Operation Panel .........3-3
• Using the One-Touch Speed Dialling/Special Function
Buttons................................................................................................3-4
• Understanding and Accessing the Menus .......................................3-5
Returning to a Previous Level .......................................................3-7
Returning Directly to Standby Mode ...........................................3-7
• Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols ........................................3-8
Correcting a Mistake .....................................................................3-11
❏ Registering Sender Information ...........................................................3-12
• What is Sender Information?............................................................3-12
• Entering the Date and Time..............................................................3-14
• Registering Your Fax Number and Unit Name.............................3-15
• Printing a List to Check the Sender Information ..........................3-18
❏ Setting the Telephone Line Type ..........................................................3-19
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Registering Information in the MultiPASS C70
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Registering Information
in the MultiPASS C70
This chapter describes the methods of entering information in the
MultiPASS C70 and briefly explains how to browse through the menus
and find items you want. You will also find instructions for entering
your sender information, which you may want to register before using
your unit.
Methods for Registering Information in the
MultiPASS C70
To customise the MultiPASS C70 to your particular needs, you can
adjust the general operation, sending, receiving, printing, system
settings, and speed dialling settings. There are two methods of adjusting
these settings:
Method 1: Using the MultiPASS C70 operation panel
You can adjust settings directly via the operation panel of the MultiPASS
C70. Detailed instructions are described in this guide. Adjusting settings
through the operation panel is convenient when you do not have your
MultiPASS C70 connected to a PC.
Method 2: Using the MultiPASS Desktop Manager
You can adjust settings using the MultiPASS Desktop Manager software
included with your MultiPASS C70. For detailed instructions refer to the
MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide.
Before adjusting any settings, decide whether you prefer to make
changes from the operation panel or from the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. Using both—the operation panel and the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager—may cause confusion. Changes made to settings through the
operation panel will not be displayed in the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager, and changes made in the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will
override any corresponding settings made through the operation panel.
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If your MultiPASS C70 is connected to a PC, we recommend using the
MultiPASS Desktop Manager to adjust any settings.
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Guidelines for Entering Information Via the
Operation Panel
The following section provides a brief overview of how to use the
buttons on the operation panel to access menus, make selections, and
register your entries. You will also find information on entering
numbers, letters, and symbols to register fax/telephone numbers and
names.
❏ If you pause while entering information and do not make an entry
for more than 60 seconds, the MultiPASS C70 returns automatically
to standby mode and loses all information you had entered up to
that point. You will have to start again.
❏ If the MultiPASS C70 is set for manual receiving and the unit rings
while you are entering information, press the Stop button and lift
the handset or the handset of the telephone or extension phone. The
MultiPASS C70 will automatically save all the information entered
up to the last time you pressed the Set button.
• If you hear nothing or a slow beep, someone is trying to send a
fax: press the Start/Scan button on the MultiPASS C70 or dial 25
(remote receiving ID) on the telephone or extension phone to
activate reception of the fax. Then hang up the handset.
(1 Receiving a Fax Manually, p. 8-14)
• If you hear a voice, you are receiving a normal telephone call.
• If your MultiPASS C70 is set to receive faxes automatically, you
do not have to press the Stop button. The MultiPASS C70 will
automatically receive the fax.
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When entering information, always keep the following points in mind:
Using the One-Touch Speed Dialling/Special Function
Buttons
The buttons located on the right of the operation panel have two
functions:
One-Touch Speed Dialling Buttons
The buttons marked 01 to 12 can be used to dial fax/telephone numbers
registered under these buttons. For details, refer to page 6-2. To use the
one-touch speed dialling buttons, the Function button’s light must be
off.
Special Function Buttons
To access the special functions (marked under or to the sides of the
buttons), press the Function button to turn on its light and then press
the button you wish to access.
01
02
03
Data Registration
04
R
05
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
09
08
Report
10
D.T.
11
12
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
Resume
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Understanding and Accessing the Menus
The menu system, accessed with the Data Registration button, contains
settings that allow you to register important information and set up
different features of your MultiPASS C70. In this section we will
describe the general procedure for displaying and accessing the menus,
and describe them briefly. The content of each menu is described in
detail in Chapter 14, Summary of Settings.
To access the menus, follow the general procedure below:
1. Press Function.
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Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select the menu you want.
Ex:
RX SETTINGS
❏ Press d to select the next menu in the list. The list will wrap
from the last menu in the list to the first.
❏ Press u to select the previous menu in the list. The list will
wrap from the first menu in the list to the last.
❏ You can select from the following menus:
• USER SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-5, 14-6)
Contains important settings such as date and time setup, and
registration of the sender information that you may wish to
enter when you first set up your unit.
• REPORT SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-7, 14-8)
The settings under this menu allow you to select different
options for printing transaction reports.
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• TX (Transmission) SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-9, 14-10)
Use these settings to customise how the unit sends
documents.
• RX (Reception) SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
Use these settings to customise how the unit receives
documents.
• PRINTER SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-13, 14-14)
Use these settings to customise how the unit prints.
• SYSTEM SETTINGS menu (1 pp. 14-15, 14-16)
Use these settings to set up system defaults such as the date
format, the language for the LCD display, and the transaction
speeds.
5. Press Set to access the settings under the menu you selected.
Set
Ex:
08
6. Use d or u to select the setting you want.
02
Ex:
INCOMING RING
7. Press Set to display the sub-setting under the setting you selected.
Set
Ex:
08
ECM RX
OFF
8. Again, use d or u to select the sub-setting you want.
02
-orABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
If required, use the numeric buttons to enter information.
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Set
9. Press Set to register the setting or entry.
❏ If you access additional settings, repeat the above procedure
from step 6.
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Stop
10. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
Returning to a Previous Level
Returning Directly to Standby Mode
If at any stage you wish to return directly to standby mode, press Stop.
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❏ If you do not press a button for 60 seconds, the unit will
automatically return to standby mode.
❏ The settings in the menus described in this section can also be
adjusted from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite
Software User’s Guide)
❏ Settings changed from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will override
any settings made from the operation panel.
❏ Settings changed using the operation panel will not be displayed in
the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
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To return to a previous level so you can continue browsing, press Data
Registration. Each time you press Data Registration, you will return to
the previous level until the unit is back in standby mode.
Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols
Each numeric button has a number and a group of uppercase and
lowercase letters assigned to it. Use the chart below to determine which
numeric button to press for each character.
Button Uppercase Letter
Mode (:A)
Lowercase Letter
Mode (:a)
Number Mode
(:1)
1
1
ABC
2
ABCÅÄÁÀÃÂÆÇ
abcåäáàãâæç
2
3
D E F -D Ë É È Ê
def∂ëéèê
3
4
GHIÏÍÌÎ
ghiïíìî
4
5
JKL
jkl
5
MNOÑØÖÓÒÕÔ
mnoñøöóòõô
6
7
PQRS
pqrs
7
8
TUVÜÚÙÛ
tuvüúùû
8
WXYZY
wxyzy
9
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
9
0
0
Uppercase Letter
Mode (:A)
#
Lowercase Letter
Mode (:a)
Number Mode (:1)
– . A # ! " , ; : ^ ` _ = ⁄ | ' ? $ @ % & + ( ) [ ] { } < >
When you come to a step that requires you to enter a name or number,
follow the procedures on the following pages:
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Changing Between Number Mode and Letter Mode
Press the T button repeatedly to select number mode, uppercase letter
mode, or lowercase letter mode.
When you are in number mode “:1” appears on the right of the LCD
display.
_
:1
When you are in uppercase letter mode, “:A” appears on the right of
the LCD display.
:A
When you are in lowercase letter mode, “:a” appears on the right of
the LCD display.
_
:a
To enter letters:
1. Press T repeatedly to switch to uppercase or lowercase letter
mode.
_
:A (Uppercase letter mode)
-or_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
:a (Lowercase letter mode)
2. Press the numeric button that contains the letter you want.
❏ Press repeatedly until the letter you want appears. If you go
past the letter you want, you will have to keep on pressing the
button until it reappears.
Ex:
C
:A
❏ Refer to the table on the previous page if you are unsure which
button to press for the letter you want.
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_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
3. Continue entering other letters using the numeric buttons.
If the next letter you want to enter is under a different numeric
button, simply press T to select uppercase or lowercase letter
mode, then press the numeric button that contains the letter you
want and press repeatedly until the letter you want appears.
-orIf the next letter you want to enter is under the same numeric
button you just pressed, press r to move the cursor to the right.
Then press T to select uppercase or lowercase letter mode and
press the same numeric button repeatedly until the letter you want
appears.
❏ To enter a space, press Space.
To enter numbers:
1. Press T repeatedly to switch to number mode.
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
8
9
0
#
DEF
2
JKL
4
PQRS
6
5
TUV
7
3-10
3
MNO
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
:1 (Number mode)
2. Press the numeric button for the number you want.
Ex:
WXYZ
ABC
1
GHI
3
MNO
CANON _
CANON 1_
:1
❏ To enter a space, press Space.
3. Continue entering other numbers using the numeric buttons.
Ex:
CANON 10_
:1
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To enter symbols
1. Press # repeatedly until the symbol you want appears.
#
2. If you want to enter another symbol, press r to move the cursor to
the right, then press # repeatedly until the symbol you want
appears.
06
Tone/+
#
Correcting a Mistake
04
1. Use l or r to move the cursor under the incorrect character.
06
Memory Reference Tone/+
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
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If you make a mistake while entering a name, you can correct it as
follows:
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Set
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Ex:
CANEN
:A
2. Use the numeric buttons to enter the correct character over the
incorrect character.
Ex:
CANON
:A
3. When you have finished making corrections, press Set to register
your new entry.
Alternatively, you can press the Clear button to delete the whole entry.
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Registering Sender Information
This section explains the sender information and gives details on
registering this information in your MultiPASS C70.
What is Sender Information?
When you receive a fax, you may notice that the name of the person
or company who sent you the fax, their fax/telephone number, and
the date and time of transmission will be printed in small type at the
top of each page. This information is called the Sender information or
the Transmit Terminal Identification (TTI). Similarly, you can register
your details in your MultiPASS C70 so that whenever you send a fax,
the other party will know who sent it, and when it was sent. The
following page shows an example of the sender information printed
on a received fax.
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27/12 2000 10:12 FAX 123 4567
DATE AND TIME
Date and time of
transmission.
CANON
CANON CANADA
001
THE SLEREXE COMPANY LIMITED
SAPORS LANE•BOOLE•DORSET•BH25 8ER
FAX/TELEPHONE
NUMBER
Your fax/telephone
number. You can
select FAX or TEL to
be displayed in front
of the number.
TELEPHONE BOOLE (945 13) 51617 – FAX 123456
Our Ref. 350/PJC/EAC
UNIT NAME
Your name or
company name.
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DESTINATION
If you used memory
sending and dialled
the fax number using
one-touch or coded
speed dialling, the
other party’s name
appears here.
PAGE NUMBER
The page number of
the fax.
The following pages explain how to enter this information via the
MultiPASS C70 operation panel:
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You can also enter this information from the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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Entering the Date and Time
Follow this procedure to set the current date and time:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
3. Press Set.
Set
USER SETTINGS
4. Press Set.
Set
DATE & TIME
5. Press Set.
Set
❏ The date and time currently set for the unit are displayed.
Ex:
ABC
GHI
DEF
2
1
JKL
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
3
MNO
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
20/12/2000 13:30
6. Use the numeric buttons to enter the correct day, month, year, and
time.
Ex:
27/12/2000 15:00
❏ Enter the new date and time over the previous date and time.
❏ Use the day/month/year format for the date and use the 24hour format for the time (e.g. 1:00 p.m. as 13:00).
❏ The default format for the date is DD/MM YYYY. However, if
you prefer, you can change this format to YYYY MM/DD, or
MM/DD/YYYY. (1 DATE SETUP, pp. 14-15, 14-16)
❏ If you make a mistake, press Clear and enter the date and time
again. You can also use l or r to move the cursor under the
digit you want to correct, and enter the correct digit.
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Set
7. When you have entered the correct date and time, press Set to
register your entry.
UNIT TELEPHONE #
Stop
8. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
Follow this procedure to register your fax/telephone number of your
MultiPASS C70, and register your name or company name:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
Set
4. Press Set again.
DATE & TIME
08
02
5. Use d or u to select UNIT TELEPHONE #.
UNIT TELEPHONE #
Set
6. Press Set.
TEL=
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Registering Your Fax Number and Unit Name
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
7. Use the numeric buttons to enter your fax/telephone number.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
TEL=
123 4567
❏ Your fax/telephone number can be up to 20 digits long
(including spaces).
❏ To enter a space, press Space. Spaces are optional and are
useful to make the number easier to read.
❏ To enter a plus sign (+) before the number, press Tone/+.
❏ If you make a mistake, press Clear and start again.
Alternatively, you can use l to delete digits from the rightmost
digit.
8. Press Set to register your fax/telephone number.
Set
UNIT NAME
❏ If you only need to register the fax/telephone number, press
Stop after this step to return to standby mode. To register your
name or company name, continue with the steps that follow.
9. Press Set again.
Set
_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
3
MNO
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
:A
10. Use the numeric buttons to enter your name or company name.
Ex:
CANON
:A
❏ Your name can be up to 24 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
❏ To switch between number mode, uppercase letter mode, and
lowercase letter mode, press T.
❏ To enter a space, press Space.
❏ If you make a mistake, press Clear and start again.
Alternatively you can use l to move back to the character you
want to correct and enter the correct character.
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Set
11. Press Set to register your entry.
TX TERMINAL ID
Stop
12. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
15:00
FaxOnly
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Ex:
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Printing a List to Check the Sender Information
To check the sender information you have registered in the MultiPASS
C70 and to check the current settings of your unit, you can print the
User’s Data List.
Follow this procedure:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Report.
07
ACTIVITY REPORT
Report
08
02
3. Use d or u to select USER DATA LIST.
USER DATA LIST
Set
4. Press Set.
PRINTING REPORT
❏ The MultiPASS C70 begins printing the User’s Data List.
❏ You can find the sender information registered in the MultiPASS
C70 at the beginning of the list. The current settings of your unit
are listed after this.
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
*****************************
*** USER’S DATA LIST ***
*****************************
1.USER SETTINGS
UNIT TELEPHONE #
UNIT NAME
TX TERMINAL ID
TTI POSITION
TELEPHONE # MARK
SCANNING CONTRAST
OFFHOOK ALARM
VOLUME CONTROL
CALLING VOLUME
KEYPAD VOLUME
ALARM VOLUME
LINE MONITOR VOL.
RX CALL LEVEL
TEL LINE TYPE
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CANON
ON
OUTSIDE IMAGE
FAX
STANDARD
ON
2
2
2
2
HIGH
TOUCH TONE
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Setting the Telephone Line Type
Before using your MultiPASS C70 to make calls or send documents, you
need to make sure the telephone line type setting of your unit matches
the telephone line you have. If you are unsure of the type of telephone
line you have, check with your local telephone company.
Your MultiPASS is factory-set to TOUCH TONE. If you need to change
this setting, follow the procedure below:
Function
1. Press Function.
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
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2. Press Data Registration.
01
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
Set
4. Press Set again.
DATE & TIME
08
02
5. Use d or u to select TEL LINE TYPE.
TEL LINE TYPE
Set
6. Press Set.
❏ The current line type setting is displayed.
Ex:
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08
02
7. Use d or u to select the telephone line type setting you want.
ROTARY PULSE
-orTOUCH TONE
Set
8. Press Set to register the new line type.
R-KEY SETTING
Stop
9. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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Chapter 4
Document Handling
This chapter gives details on the requirements for documents you can
feed into your MultiPASS C70. Whether you are faxing, copying, or
scanning a document, read this section carefully for information on the
types of documents you can feed, and instructions on loading
documents for your specific needs.
Document
Handling
❏ Document Requirements for Faxing, Copying, and Scanning ..........4-2
• Scanned Image Area ............................................................................4-4
❏ Selecting Automatic/Manual Document Feed ....................................4-5
• Loading Documents for Automatic Feed .........................................4-6
Trouble With Multipage Documents ............................................4-9
Adding Pages to the Document ..................................................4-10
• Loading Documents for Manual Feed ............................................4-11
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Document Requirements for Faxing,
Copying, and Scanning
The documents you feed into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
for faxing, copying, and scanning must meet the following
requirements:
When the document feed lever is set for automatic document feed
Size:
(W × L)
Maximum: 216 mm × Approx. 1 m
Minimum: 210 × 148 mm
Quantity:*
Up to 20 A4-size, 20 letter-size, or 10 legal-size sheets
1 sheet for sizes other than the above.
Thickness:
0.08 to 0.13 mm
All sheets should be of the same thickness.
Weight:
75 to 90 g/m2
All sheets should be the same weight.
When the document feed lever is set for manual document feed
Size:
(W × L)
Maximum: 216 mm × Approx. 1 m
Minimum: 80 × 45 mm
Quantity:
1 sheet
Thickness:
0.08 to 0.43 mm
Weight:
90 to 340 g/m2
* 75 g/m2 paper
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Problem documents
❏ To prevent paper jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF),
do not use any of the following in the MultiPASS C70:
WRINKLED OR
CREASED PAPER
CURLED OR
ROLLED PAPER
TORN PAPER
CARBON PAPER OR
CARBON-BACKED
PAPER
COATED PAPER
ONION SKIN OR
THIN PAPER
❏ Remove all staples, paper clips, or any other fasteners before loading
the document into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
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Handling
❏ Make sure any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the paper is
completely dry before loading the document into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
❏ If you have a document that will not feed into the MultiPASS C70
properly, make a photocopy of the document, then load the copy
instead.
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Scanned Image Area
The shaded area in the illustration below is outside the MultiPASS C70’s
scanning area. Make sure your document’s text and graphics do not
extend into these margins.
MAX. 4.0 mm
A4
MAX. 4.0 mm
(COLOUR FAX: MAX. 6.0 mm)
MAX. 4.5 mm
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MAX. 4.5 mm
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Selecting Automatic/Manual Document
Feed
With the MultiPASS C70, you can select whether you want to scan
documents automatically or manually.
Automatic document feed is used when scanning multipage documents
on normal paper.
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When using manual feed, use a carrier sheet to avoid scratching the
surface of important documents (photographs, for example). Contact
your Canon dealer or the Canon help line for details on purchasing a
carrier sheet.
Use the document feed lever, located at the top of the operation panel,
to select automatic document feed or manual document feed.
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MANUAL DOCUMENT FEED
Document Handling
4-5
Document
Handling
Use manual document feed to scan one sheet at a time of the following
types of documents:
❏ Thick paper
❏ Thin paper
❏ Documents with uneven surfaces
❏ Photographs
❏ Small documents (business cards or postcards, for example)
❏ Special types of paper
Loading Documents for Automatic Feed
1. Make sure the document feed lever is set to automatic document
feed.
2. If the document has multiple pages, tap it on a flat surface to even
the stack’s edges.
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3. Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
Document
Handling
4. Gently insert the document, face down (top of the document
towards you), into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until
you hear a beep.
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❏ The document is now ready for scanning. The MultiPASS C70
automatically feeds the pages one by one from the bottom of the
stack.
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4-8
Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned completely
before starting a new job.
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Trouble With Multipage Documents
If you have trouble feeding a multipage document, do the following:
1. Remove the stack and tap it on a flat surface to even the edges.
Document
Handling
2. “Slant” the stack so that its front edge is bevelled as shown below,
then insert the stack into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
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❏ You cannot feed a multipage document of thick media, such as
postcards or business cards. Use manual feed instead to feed one
sheet at a time. (1 p. 4-11)
❏ Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned completely
before starting a new job.
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Adding Pages to the Document
The MultiPASS C70’s Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) can hold up to
20 A4, 20 letter, or 10 legal-size pages at a time when the document feed
lever is set to automatic document feed. If your document has more
pages than this, you can add pages while the MultiPASS C70 is
scanning.
1. Wait until the last sheet in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
starts feeding.
2. Load up to 20 additional sheets (10 legal size).
❏ Insert the first new sheet so that it overlaps the last sheet by
about 2.5 cm.
2.5 cm
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Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned completely
before starting a new job.
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Chapter 4
Loading Documents for Manual Feed
1. Make sure the document feed lever is set to manual document
feed.
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2. Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
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3. Gently insert the document, face down (top of the document
towards you), into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until
you hear a beep.
❏ The document is now ready for scanning.
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c
4-12
Wait until your document has been scanned completely before starting a
new job.
When you have finished scanning your document, be sure to slide the
document guides outwards. Leaving the document guides near the
centre of the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) may obstruct
opening the printer cover, and cause damage to the unit.
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Chapter 5
Paper Handling
❏ Print Media Requirements ......................................................................5-2
• Printable Areas .....................................................................................5-3
Papers ................................................................................................5-3
Envelopes..........................................................................................5-4
❏ Selecting Print Media ...............................................................................5-5
❏ Print Media Guidelines............................................................................5-9
❏ Setting the Paper Thickness Lever .......................................................5-10
❏ Loading Paper .........................................................................................5-13
• Guidelines ...........................................................................................5-13
❏ Loading Envelopes .................................................................................5-15
❏ Using Canon’s Specialty Papers...........................................................5-18
• Specialty Paper Guidelines...............................................................5-18
Uncurling Back Print Film ...........................................................5-19
• Printing on High Resolution Paper HR-101 ..................................5-21
Using the Paper Output Guides..................................................5-21
Using the Cleaning Sheet .............................................................5-22
• Printing on Fabric Sheet FS-101 .......................................................5-24
• Printing on Banner Paper .................................................................5-26
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This chapter describes how to select, prepare, and load print media for
the different functions your MultiPASS C70 can perform.
Print Media Requirements
You can stack the following media in the multi-purpose tray:
Type
Size
Weight
Quantity
Plain paper
A4
(210 × 297 mm/
8.27 × 11.69 in.)
Letter
(215.9 × 279.4 mm/
8.5 × 11 in.)
Legal
(215.9 × 355.6 mm/
8.5 × 14 in.)
64–90 g/m2
Approx. 100 sheets*
(Max. 10 mm stack)
64–90 g/m2
Approx. 100 sheets*
(Max. 10 mm stack)
64–90 g/m2
Approx. 100 sheets*
(Max. 10 mm stack)
Envelopes
European DL
(220 × 110 mm/
8.66 × 4.33 in.)
U.S. Commercial No. 10
(241.3 × 104.1 mm/
9.5 × 4.1 in.)
10 envelopes
Glossy photo
paper
A4, Letter
1 sheet
Banner paper
210 × Max. 1800 mm
1 sheet (2 to 6 long)
10 envelopes
High resolution A4, Letter
paper
Approx. 10 sheets
Bubble Jet
paper
A4, Letter
Approx. 100 sheets
(Max. 10 mm stack)
Fabric sheets
241.3 × 355.6 mm
1 sheet
Transparencies A4, Letter
50 sheets
Back print film A4, Letter
10 sheets
High gloss film A4, Letter
1 sheet
* 75 g/m2 paper
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Printable Areas
The shaded portions below show the printable area of papers. Make
sure your text and graphics fall within these areas.
Papers
210 mm (8.27")
3 mm
(0.12")
A4
297 mm
(11.69")
FEED
DIRECTION
7 mm
(0.28")*
3.4 mm
(0.13")
215.9 mm (8.5")
215.9 mm (8.5")
3 mm
(0.12")
3 mm
(0.12")
LETTER
279.4 mm
(11")
FEED
DIRECTION
355.6 mm
(14")
LEGAL
FEED
DIRECTION
7 mm
(0.28")*
6.4 mm
(0.25")
7 mm
(0.28")*
6.4 mm
(0.25")
6.4 mm
(0.25")
6.4 mm
(0.25")
* The length of the lower margin varies depending on the printing conditions:
– 7 mm (0.28") for monochrome printing when not using the printer driver
(4 mm/0.16" when printing from memory).
– 16 mm (0.63") for monochrome and colour printing when using the printer
driver.
– 21 mm (0.83") for colour copying and printing of received colour faxes.
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3.4 mm
(0.13")
Envelopes
The shaded portions below show the printable area of envelopes. Make
sure your text and graphics fall within these areas.
220 mm (8.66")
3 mm (0.12")
110 mm
(4.33")
EUROPEAN DL
7 mm (0.28")
6.4 mm (0.25")
10.4 mm (0.41")
FEED
DIRECTION
241.3 mm (9.5")
3 mm (0.12")
104.1 mm
(4.1")
U.S. COMMERCIAL
NO. 10
7 mm (0.28")
6.4 mm (0.25")
31.4 mm (1.24")
FEED
DIRECTION
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Selecting Print Media
This section describes the different print media you can use with your
MultiPASS C70. To achieve the best possible printing performance for
your MultiPASS C70, be sure to select the correct print media.
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❏ Be sure to test print media before purchasing a large quantity. If you
have any questions on whether a particular medium is suitable for
your MultiPASS C70, please contact your local authorised Canon
dealer or the Canon help line.
❏ Please note that not all print media mentioned here may be available
in your area or country. Contact your local authorised Canon dealer
or the Canon help line for more information on product availability.
Envelopes
The MultiPASS C70 can print on European DL envelopes and U.S.
Commercial No. 10 envelopes.
The following envelopes are not recommended because they may cause
jams or smears, resulting in damage to your unit:
❏ Envelopes with windows, holes, perforations, cutouts, and double
flaps.
❏ Envelopes made with special coated paper or deeply embossed
paper.
❏ Envelopes using peel-off sealing strips.
❏ Envelopes in which letters have been enclosed.
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Plain Paper
The MultiPASS C70 supports paper sizes of A4, letter, and legal in
portrait orientation. You can use regular copier paper, cotton bond
paper, and typical letterhead. Your unit does not require special ink jet
paper, and produces letter quality print on most plain bond paper,
including cotton bond and photocopy paper. Always use paper without
curls, folds, staples, or damaged edges. Copier paper has a preferred
side for printing. Look at the label on the package to see which side to
print on.
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tray. However, Canon cannot guarantee consistent performance on
envelope sizes other than European DL or U.S. Commercial No. 10.
Glossy Photo Paper
Canon Glossy Photo Paper GP-201 is a high gloss, thick paper that
produces the look and feel of a photograph. Use this paper with the
optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge to produce photo-realistic prints
from your MultiPASS C70.
Banner Paper
Banner paper is specifically designed for printing one continuous sheet
in a banner format. The connected sheets are divided by perforations
and you can print from two to six sheets at one time. Canon Banner
Paper is specially designed for use with Bubble Jet printers and
produces bright and vivid colour images.
High Resolution Paper
Canon High Resolution Paper HR-101 is designed to produce nearphotographic quality print output with sharp and vivid graphics. For
best results, use Canon High Resolution Paper HR-101 with the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge to produce images comparable to your
favourite photographs. When using this paper, be sure to print on the
whiter side of the sheets, and after printing a pack of this paper, use the
cleaning sheet provided with it to clean the unit’s rollers.
Bubble Jet Paper (water resistant)
Canon Bubble Jet Paper LC-301 has been developed for high quality
printing with minimal or no smearing or running when in contact with
water or damp surfaces, making it a good choice for damp
environments. Images printed on this paper are bright and vivid and
will not run if liquid is spilled on them. This paper also stands up to
normal office highlighters, unlike images printed on other paper. The
paper is specially coated and printable on both sides.
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Fabric Sheets
Use the white cotton Fabric Sheet FS-101 for Canon BJ colour printers to
print pillow covers, scarves, flags, and other textile items. Use these
sheets for appliqués, cross stitch, and other craft and sewing projects.
Back Print Film
Canon Back Print Film BF-102 has been specially developed for Canon
Colour Bubble Jet printers and MultiPASS products. The unique mylarbased translucent sheet is designed to deliver sharp, brilliant, highintensity colour images suitable for business presentations, design work,
or professional reports. Back print film is printed on the back (nonglossy) side of the film in mirror image and then viewed from the front
(glossy) side using a backlit device, such as a light box. For more details,
contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line, or
refer to the manual supplied with the film.
Transparencies
CF-102 Transparencies from Canon are recommended. These
transparencies produce excellent contrast, sharpness, and colour to
produce crisp and professional overhead presentations. Do not use
normal transparencies in the MultiPASS C70, as they do not absorb ink
and may cause ink to run.
Assorted Paper Starter Kit
If you would like to try some of the papers described above, look for
Canon’s Starter Kit SK-102. It contains an assortment of five different
paper types.
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High Gloss Film
The Canon High Gloss Film HG-101 features a bright white finish that
lends striking visual power to charts, graphs, and photographic images.
It creates a sharper and more vivid colour output than is possible with
coated paper. Use of this film gives your presentation materials and
graphics a professional look. This film provides the best colour print
quality for the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge and is recommended when
printing at 720 × 360 dpi.
Photo Kit
Canon’s Photo Kit includes the BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge, the
SB-21 BJ cartridge container, and 60 sheets of Canon High Resolution
Paper HR-101.
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Print Media Guidelines
Follow these guidelines when selecting or loading print media:
❏ Attempting to print on damp, curled, wrinkled, or torn print media
can cause jams and poor print quality.
❏ Use cut-sheet paper only. You cannot use multipart paper.
❏ When using graph paper, the lines may not match because the
4 mm line spacing of the printer is slightly less than that of graph
paper.
❏ If the print density of your page is very high, light paper stock may
curl slightly due to the large amount of ink. If you need to print
dense graphics, try printing on heavier stock.
❏ Do not use thicker paper than meets the specifications for this unit.
Printing with paper that is thick enough to come in contact with the
print head nozzles may damage the BJ cartridge.
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❏ Many media have a “right” side for printing. If you are using such a
medium, make sure you set it in the multi-purpose tray with the
print side facing upwards.
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Setting the Paper Thickness Lever
Before loading paper or other print media in the multi-purpose tray, set
the paper thickness lever. The paper thickness lever adjusts the gap
between the print head and the print paper to suit the paper’s thickness.
❏ Set to the left ( p ) for paper and most other print media.
❏ Set to the right ( e ) for envelopes and Canon Fabric Sheet FS-101.
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smudging and poor print quality may result.
To avoid paper jams, smearing, and other problems, never open the
printer cover to set the paper thickness lever while the MultiPASS
C70 is printing.
Set the paper thickness lever as follows:
1. Open the printer cover by grasping the document guides and
lifting.
❏ If the printer cover does not open easily, slide the document
guides outwards and then open the printer cover.
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2. Press C.
❏ The cartridge holder moves to the centre of the unit.
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damage the MultiPASS C70.
3. Set the paper thickness lever.
❏ Set to the left ( p ) for paper and most other print media.
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❏ Set to the right ( e ) for envelopes and Canon Fabric Sheet
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4. Press C.
❏ The cartridge holder moves to its home position on the right
side of the unit.
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5. Close the printer cover.
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Loading Paper
You can stack paper in the multi-purpose tray to feed it automatically
into the MultiPASS C70. Details on loading paper are explained in
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray on page 2-40.
Refer also to page 5-2 for details on other types of print media you can
load in the multi-purpose tray.
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humidity, can cause some print media to feed incorrectly in the multipurpose tray. If you have trouble with print media becoming skewed or
multiple sheets being fed, do not load a stack of the media in the multipurpose tray, but feed one sheet at a time.
Guidelines
When automatically feeding a stack of paper in the multi-purpose tray,
follow these guidelines:
❏ If your printed page contains a large amount of graphics, the ink on
the page may be damp due to the print density. Leave the page in
the output tray for 30 to 60 seconds to allow the ink to dry. Then
remove the page being careful not to touch the document tray or
extension. Should you dirty the document tray or extension when
removing the page, wipe them clean with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water or diluted dishwashing detergent solution.
❏ The capacity of the paper output tray is 50 sheets of paper. To
reduce paper jams, remove paper from the output tray before the
count reaches 50.
❏ If paper curls after printing, remove it immediately; otherwise paper
jams may occur.
❏ The platen (a roller inside the unit) may become inked if you print
data beyond the width of the page. If this happens, clean the platen
with a soft cloth. (1 p. 12-6)
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❏ Do not leave paper stacked in the multi-purpose tray for long
periods of time; longer sheets of paper may become bent or curled
over time. This may cause the paper to misfeed or jam.
❏ Depending on the density of your printed pages, the ink may need
time to dry. Within two or three seconds, the ink becomes smudge
resistant. After drying for several minutes, the ink becomes water
resistant.
❏ Do not try to load paper into the multi-purpose tray beyond the
paper limit mark ( P ) or beyond the tabs on the multi-purpose tray.
Stacking too much paper may cause paper feeding or printing
problems.
❏ Make sure there are no gaps between the stack of paper and the
paper guide or the right side of the multi-purpose tray.
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PAPER LIMIT MARK
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Loading Envelopes
You can stack up to 10 envelopes in the multi-purpose tray to feed them
automatically into the MultiPASS C70. Refer to the previous sections for
details on the types of envelopes you can load. (1 pp. 5-2, 5-5)
1. Make sure the paper thickness lever is set to the right ( e ).
❏ For details, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness Lever on page 5-10.
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2. Arrange the stack of envelopes on a firm, clean surface, and press
down firmly on the edges to make the folds crisp.
❏ Press all the way around the envelopes to remove any curls and
expel air from inside the envelopes. Also, press firmly on the
area that corresponds to the edges of the flap.
FLAP
PRESS DOWN FIRMLY ON THE EDGES OF THE FLAP.
3. Remove any curling from the envelopes by holding the edge of the
envelopes diagonally and bending them gently.
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4. Make sure the flaps of the envelopes are flat and not curled.
FLAP
5. Insert the stack of envelopes into the multi-purpose tray until it
stops, so that the right edge of the stack is aligned with the right
side of the multi-purpose tray. Then slide the paper guide snugly
against the left edge of the stack.
❏ Insert the envelopes with the print side up.
❏ Feed the top of the envelope (return address portion) into the
multi-purpose tray first.
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❏ Make sure the back flap is towards the multi-purpose tray.
The MultiPASS C70 is now ready to print envelopes.
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Using Canon’s Specialty Papers
This section provides guidelines for printing on Canon’s specialty
papers and describes special procedures required for high resolution
paper, fabric sheets, and banner paper.
Specialty Paper Guidelines
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Be sure to read any instructions that come with your Canon specialty
paper. These instructions provide important information regarding how
to achieve the highest print quality with these papers.
Follow these guidelines:
❏ When feeding transparencies or back print film, remove each sheet
after it is delivered, being careful not to touch the document tray or
extension. Do not allow film sheets to stack up in the output tray.
(Should you dirty the document tray or extension when removing
the sheets, wipe them clean with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water or diluted dishwashing detergent solution.)
❏ Let the printed sheets of film or paper dry completely before storing
them.
Paper Type
Drying Time
Canon High Gloss Film HG-101
Canon Glossy Photo Paper GP-201
Canon Fabric Sheet FS-101
Canon Transparencies CF-102
Canon Back Print Film BF-102
10 minutes
10 minutes
1 hour
15 minutes
15 minutes
❏ When your output has dried completely, cover its printed side with a
sheet of plain (not coated) paper before storing it; this is recommended
even if you place the sheets of film in a clear file or plastic holder.
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❏ When loading transparencies or back print film, insert one sheet of
plain paper as the last sheet in the stack.
❏ Do not leave film in the multi-purpose tray for long periods of time.
Dust and dirt may accumulate on the film resulting in spotty
printing.
❏ To avoid smudging caused by fingerprints, use a pair of thin cloth
gloves while loading and handling film.
❏ To avoid fading, do not expose printed film to prolonged sunlight.
❏ Store unused papers and films flat. Do not remove papers from their
protective packaging until you are ready to use them.
❏ Store unused film at temperatures between 15° and 30°C. The
relative humidity should be between 10% and 70%.
Uncurling Back Print Film
Follow these steps to uncurl back print film:
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1. Cover the non-glossy side of the film with a sheet of plain paper.
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2. Roll the film and paper up in the direction opposite to the curl.
❏ Do not roll the film too tight.
❏ The film and paper rolled together should be about 2.5 cm in
diameter.
3. Keep the film rolled up for about five minutes.
❏ You may want to fasten the roll with a small piece of tape.
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Printing on High Resolution Paper HR-101
To load High Resolution Paper HR-101 in the MultiPASS C70, follow the
same procedure as for loading paper in the multi-purpose tray
(1 p. 2-40). However, before printing, be sure to raise the paper output
guides, as described below.
After using a package of High Resolution Paper, be sure to perform the
cleaning operation described on the following page, Using the Cleaning
Sheet.
Using the Paper Output Guides
When printing on Canon High Resolution Paper HR-101 or Canon
Banner Paper, you should use the guides on the MultiPASS C70’s paper
output tray to help support the printed sheet as it exits the unit. This
will keep the sheet from sagging and pulling through the unit as it exits,
which can lead to poor print quality.
1. Raise both paper output guides to a vertical position.
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❏ You can hold the document tray up for easy access to the paper
output guides.
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2. When you finish printing on Canon High Resolution Paper HR-101
or Canon Banner Paper, lower the paper output guides.
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Always lower the paper output guides when using the MultiPASS C70
as a fax machine, or they can cause the faxes to pile up and jam.
Using the Cleaning Sheet
Canon’s High Resolution Paper HR-101 is designed for high quality
printing. This paper is specially coated to produce delicate colour
output.
After using a package of High Resolution Paper HR-101 (200 sheets) you
need to use the cleaning sheet, provided with the paper, to remove
paper dust from the unit’s rollers; this will help prevent paper feed
problems.
1. Make sure the paper thickness lever is set to the left ( p ).
❏ For details, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness Lever on page 5-10.
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To avoid paper jams, smearing, and other problems, never open the
printer cover to set the paper thickness lever while the MultiPASS
C70 is printing.
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2. Remove the covers from the two pieces of tape on the cleaning sheet.
3. With the sticky side out (towards you) and down (going into the
multi-purpose tray), insert the sheet into the multi-purpose tray
until it stops, so that the right edge of the sheet is aligned with the
right side of the multi-purpose tray. Then slide the paper guide
snugly against the left edge of the cleaning sheet.
5. Press Cleaning.
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4. Press Function.
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02
NOZZLE CHECK
6. Use d or u to select ROLLER CLEANING.
ROLLER CLEANING
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7. Press Set.
Set
The MultiPASS C70 feeds the cleaning sheet into the MultiPASS C70
and cleans the rollers.
Printing on Fabric Sheet FS-101
Fabric Sheet FS-101 for Canon printers come with a booklet that
describes special handling procedures. Be sure to look through this
booklet for special information regarding the fabric sheet.
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❏ Do not use the fixing agent that is supplied with the Fabric Sheet FS101. This agent is not needed when printing with the MultiPASS C70.
❏ Do not touch newly printed fabric sheets until the ink has dried
completely. This takes about an hour.
Follow this procedure to load and print on Fabric Sheets FS-101:
1. Make sure the paper thickness lever is set to the right ( e ).
❏ For details, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness Lever on page 5-10.
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To avoid paper jams, smearing, and other problems, never open the
printer cover to set the paper thickness lever while the MultiPASS
C70 is printing.
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2. With the cloth side out (towards you) and the open end up (away
from the multi-purpose tray), insert one sheet into the multipurpose tray until it stops, so that the right edge of the sheet is
aligned with the right side of the multi-purpose tray. Then slide the
paper guide snugly against the left edge of the sheet.
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3. Your MultiPASS C70 is now ready to print. Set your PC to print on
the fabric sheet.
4. When the fabric sheet is printed, let it dry for about one hour to
allow the ink to dry completely.
5. When dry, peel the film backing from the printed fabric sheet.
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6. Wash the printed fabric sheet for about three minutes under
lukewarm running water to remove extra ink.
7. Hang the fabric sheet up to dry it again.
8. Iron the dried fabric sheet with a clothes iron.
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See the booklet that comes with the Fabric Sheet FS-101 for details on
drying and washing.
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Printing on Banner Paper
Banner paper is a continuous sheet of paper with perforations at equal
distances along its length, where it can be cut to the length required. For
best results, use Canon’s Banner Paper.
To set up a print job on banner paper, you must decide on the number
of sheets you need. You can print banners from two to six sheets in
length.
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Always leave an extra sheet at the end of the banner—just in case the
type runs over.
The shaded portions of the illustration below show the maximum
recommended printing area of banner paper.
APPROX. 1800 mm (6 SHEETS MAX.)
2 SHEETS MIN.
297 mm
3.4 mm
210 mm
3.4 mm
12.7 mm
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❏ Printing on banner paper requires quite a bit of ink. If you think your
BJ cartridge may run out of ink, use a new BJ cartridge.
❏ For best print results on banner paper, use light design patterns.
❏ To prevent ink from running over the edges of the sheet, print within
the margins shown in the illustration above.
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1. Place the MultiPASS C70 near the edge of a table so that the paper
can flow over the edge as it exits the unit.
❏ Make sure the paper rest is extended.
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2. Make sure the paper thickness lever is set to the left ( p ).
❏ For details, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness Lever on page 5-10.
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3. Raise both paper output guides to a vertical position.
❏ You can hold the document tray up for easy access to the paper
output guides.
4. Cut the banner paper along one of the perforations to the length
required.
❏ Your banner can be up to six sheets (1800 mm) long.
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5. Place the banner paper behind the unit on a flat surface.
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6. Gently fold along the perforations between the first and second
sheets.
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7. Insert the first sheet into the multi-purpose tray until it stops, so
that the right edge of the sheet is aligned with the right side of the
multi-purpose tray.
❏ Make sure the sheets behind the unit are aligned with the multipurpose tray.
8. Slide the paper guide against the left edge of the sheet, leaving a
1 mm gap between the paper guide and the edge of the sheet.
❏ Make sure the sheet is under the tabs on the multi-purpose tray.
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9. Your MultiPASS C70 is now ready to print. Set your PC to print on
the banner paper.
❏ Allow the paper to flow over the edge of the table as it exits the
MultiPASS C70.
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paper output guides.
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Speed Dialling
❏ What is Speed Dialling?............................................................................6-2
• Speed Dialling Methods.......................................................................6-2
One-Touch Speed Dialling ..............................................................6-2
Coded Speed Dialling ......................................................................6-2
Group Dialling ..................................................................................6-2
❏ One-Touch Speed Dialling........................................................................6-3
• Registering Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling......................6-3
• Changing/Deleting a One-Touch Speed Dialling Entry.................6-6
• Using One-Touch Speed Dialling .......................................................6-9
❏ Coded Speed Dialling .............................................................................6-11
• Registering Numbers for Coded Speed Dialling............................6-11
• Changing/Deleting a Coded Speed Dialling Entry.......................6-14
• Using Coded Speed Dialling .............................................................6-17
❏ Group Dialling .........................................................................................6-19
• Creating Groups ..................................................................................6-19
• Changing/Deleting a Group Dialling Entry...................................6-23
• Using Group Dialling .........................................................................6-24
❏ Speed Dialling Lists.................................................................................6-26
• Printing the One-Touch or Coded Speed Dial List ........................6-26
One-Touch Speed Dial List............................................................6-27
Coded Speed Dial List ...................................................................6-28
• Printing the Group Dial List..............................................................6-29
Group Dial List ...............................................................................6-30
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-1
Speed Dialling
This chapter describes how to register and use the speed dialling
features of your MultiPASS C70.
What is Speed Dialling?
Speed dialling allows you to streamline and customise dialling
procedures by registering a fax/telephone number and name under a
button or code. You can then dial that number by pressing only one or a
few buttons.
Speed Dialling Methods
The three speed dialling methods available with your MultiPASS C70
are as follows:
One-Touch Speed Dialling (2 p. 6-3)
One-touch speed dialling allows you to send a document or dial a
telephone number by pressing only one button. You can register up to
12 destinations for one-touch speed dialling.
Coded Speed Dialling (2 p. 6-11)
Coded speed dialling allows you to send a fax or dial a telephone
number by pressing the Coded Dial button followed by a two-digit
code of your choice. While coded speed dialling requires you to press
more buttons, it allows you to register up to 100 destinations.
Group Dialling (2 p. 6-19)
Group dialling allows you to dial a group of registered one-touch
and/or coded speed dialling fax numbers. By registering a group for
one-touch or coded speed dialling, you press only one or three buttons
to send the same fax to several destinations.
The following pages describe how to register numbers for speed
dialling. You will also find instructions for changing these entries and
using speed dialling.
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6-2
❏ You can also register numbers for speed dialling from the MultiPASS
Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ Any settings adjusted from the MultiPASS C70 operation panel will
not be displayed in the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
❏ Settings changed from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will override
any settings made from the operation panel.
Speed Dialling
Chapter 6
One-Touch Speed Dialling
Registering Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling
One-touch speed dialling allows you to dial a fax/telephone number at
the press of one button. You can register up to 12 fax/telephone
numbers; one for every one-touch speed dialling button on the
operation panel.
n
You can also register numbers for one-touch speed dialling from the
MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Follow this procedure to register numbers and names for one-touch
speed dialling:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
08
02
3. Use d or u to select TEL REGISTRATION.
TEL REGISTRATION
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
5. Press Set again.
Speed Dialling
Set
01=
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6-3
08
6. Use d or u to select a one-touch speed dialling button from 01 to
12.
02
Ex:
04=
❏ If a one-touch speed dialling button has already been registered,
the number registered under that button appears.
❏ If a group is already registered under a one-touch speed dialling
button, GROUP DIAL appears.
7. Press Set.
Set
TELEPHONE NUMBER
8. Press Set again.
Set
TEL=_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
9. Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax/telephone number you
want to register.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
TEL=20 545 8545_
❏ The fax/telephone number can be up to 120 digits long
(including spaces and pauses).
❏ To enter a space, press Space. Spaces are optional and are
ignored during dialling.
❏ To enter a pause in the number, press R (Redial)/Pause.
❏ To correct a mistake in the number, press l to delete the
rightmost digit.
❏ To delete the entire entry, press Clear.
Set
10. Press Set to register the fax/telephone number.
DATA ENTRY OK
NAME
6-4
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Chapter 6
11. Press Set again.
Set
_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
12. Use the numeric buttons to enter the name that goes with the
number.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
:A
Canon EUROPA
:A
❏ The name can be up to 16 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
Set
13. Press Set to register the name.
DATA ENTRY OK
Ex:
05=
14. To continue registering other one-touch speed dialling buttons,
repeat the procedure from step 6. (1 p. 6-4)
-orStop
To finish registering one-touch speed dialling entries, press Stop to
return to standby mode.
Ex:
FaxOnly
You can print the One-Touch Speed Dial List showing all the numbers
and names registered for one-touch speed dialling (1 p. 6-26). Keep this
list near your MultiPASS C70 so you can refer to it easily when dialling.
Speed Dialling
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15:00
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-5
Changing/Deleting a One-Touch Speed Dialling Entry
Follow this procedure to change a one-touch speed dialling entry or to
delete all information registered under a button:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
08
02
3. Use d or u to select TEL REGISTRATION.
TEL REGISTRATION
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
Set
5. Press Set again.
Ex:
08
02
01=905 795 1111
6. Use d or u to select the one-touch speed dialling button you want
to change.
Ex:
04= 20 545 8545
❏ If a group is already registered under the one-touch speed
dialling button you select, GROUP DIAL appears.
Set
7. Press Set.
TELEPHONE NUMBER
6-6
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Chapter 6
8. Press Set again.
Set
Ex:
TEL=20 545 8545_
To delete a number:
9. Press Clear.
11
TEL=
Clear
10. Press Set.
Set
ERASING END
NAME
❏ The fax/telephone number and name registered under that
button are deleted.
11. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Stop
Ex:
TEL=
Clear
ABC
DEF
2
1
JKL
4
PQRS
7
FaxOnly
To change the number or name:
9. Press Clear.
11
GHI
15:00
3
MNO
5
6
WXYZ
TUV
8
9
0
#
10. Use the numeric buttons to enter the new fax/telephone number.
❏ If you only want to change the name, ignore this step and go to
the next step.
Ex:
TEL=2 50921_
Speed Dialling
❏ The fax/telephone number can be up to 120 digits long
(including spaces and pauses).
❏ To enter a space, press Space. Spaces are optional and are
ignored during dialling.
❏ To enter a pause in the number, press R (Redial)/Pause.
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-7
❏ To correct a mistake in the number, use l to delete the
rightmost digit.
❏ To delete the entire entry, press Clear.
11. Press Set to register the fax/telephone number.
Set
DATA ENTRY OK
NAME
12. Press Set again.
Set
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Canon EUROPA
:A
13. Use the numeric buttons to enter the new name over the previous
name.
❏ If you want to keep the same name, ignore this step and go to
the next step.
Ex:
Canon ITALIA
:A
❏ The name can be up to 16 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
Set
14. Press Set to register the name.
DATA ENTRY OK
Ex:
05=
1 432 2060
15. To change other entries, repeat the procedure from step 6. (1 p. 6-6)
-orStop
To finish changing one-touch speed dialling entries, press Stop to
return to standby mode.
Ex:
6-8
Speed Dialling
15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 6
Using One-Touch Speed Dialling
Follow this procedure to send documents using one-touch speed dialling:
To use this feature, you must first register a number for one-touch speed
dialling. (1 p. 6-3)
n
Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast for your
document. (1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
01
02
03
Data Registration
04
R
05
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
08
09
11
12
Report
10
D.T.
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
2. Press the one-touch speed dialling button assigned to the number
to which you wish to fax.
Ex:
TEL=905 795 1111
Resume
❏ The number registered under that one-touch speed dialling
button is displayed.
❏ If no fax number is assigned to the one-touch speed dialling
button you press, the LCD displays NO TEL #. If this happens,
make sure you pressed the correct button and that the number
you want to dial is registered under that button.
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Speed Dialling
6-9
Speed Dialling
❏ If you press the wrong button, press Stop, then press the correct
button.
3. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending, or wait a few
seconds for the MultiPASS C70 to begin scanning automatically.
Start / Scan
❏ If you prefer the MultiPASS C70 never to scan a document
automatically after a few seconds, you can turn this feature off.
(1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
n
6-10
You can also use one-touch speed dialling to send a document to more
than one destination at a time. (1 Sequential Broadcasting, p. 7-23)
Speed Dialling
Chapter 6
Coded Speed Dialling
Registering Numbers for Coded Speed Dialling
Coded speed dialling allows you to dial a fax/telephone number by
pressing only three buttons. First you press the Coded Dial button and
then you enter a two-digit code under which you have registered a
fax/telephone number. You can register up to 100 fax/telephone
numbers for coded speed dialling.
n
You can also register numbers for coded speed dialling from the
MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Follow this procedure to register numbers and names for coded speed
dialling:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
08
02
3. Use d or u to select TEL REGISTRATION.
TEL REGISTRATION
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
02
5. Use d or u to select CODED SPEED DIAL.
Speed Dialling
08
CODED SPEED DIAL
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Speed Dialling
6-11
6. Press Set.
Set
A00=
08
7. Use d or u to select a coded speed dialling code from 00 to 99.
02
Ex:
A01=
❏ If a coded speed dialling code has already been registered, the
number registered under that code appears.
❏ If a group is already registered under a coded speed dialling
code, GROUP DIAL appears.
8. Press Set.
Set
TELEPHONE NUMBER
9. Press Set again.
Set
TEL=_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
10. Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax/telephone number you
want to register.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
TEL=3 3758 2110_
❏ The fax/telephone number can be up to 120 digits long
(including spaces and pauses).
❏ To enter a space, press Space. Spaces are optional and are
ignored during dialling.
❏ To enter a pause in the number, press R (Redial)/Pause.
❏ To correct a mistake in the number, press l to delete the
rightmost digit.
❏ To delete the entire entry, press Clear.
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Chapter 6
11. Press Set to register the fax/telephone number.
Set
DATA ENTRY OK
NAME
12. Press Set again.
Set
_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
13. Use the numeric buttons to enter the name that goes with the
number.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
:A
Canon Inc.
:a
❏ The name can be up to 16 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
Set
14. Press Set to register the name.
DATA ENTRY OK
A02=
15. To continue registering other coded speed dialling codes, repeat the
procedure from step 7. (1 p. 6-12)
-orTo finish registering coded speed dialling entries, press Stop to
return to standby mode.
Ex:
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Chapter 6
15:00
FaxOnly
You can print the Coded Speed Dial List showing all the numbers and
names registered for coded speed dialling (1 p. 6-26). Keep this list
near your MultiPASS C70 so you can refer to it when dialling.
Speed Dialling
6-13
Speed Dialling
Stop
Changing/Deleting a Coded Speed Dialling Entry
Follow this procedure to change a coded speed dialling entry or to
delete all information registered under a code:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
08
02
3. Use d or u to select TEL REGISTRATION.
TEL REGISTRATION
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
08
02
5. Use d or u to select CODED SPEED DIAL.
CODED SPEED DIAL
Set
6. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
A00=
2131 1250
7. Use d or u to select the coded speed dialling code you want to
change.
Ex:
A01= 3 3758 2110
❏ If a group is already registered under the coded speed dialling
code you select, GROUP DIAL appears.
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Speed Dialling
Chapter 6
8. Press Set.
Set
TELEPHONE NUMBER
9. Press Set again.
Set
Ex:
TEL=3 3758 2110_
To delete a number:
10. Press Clear.
11
TEL=
Clear
11. Press Set.
Set
ERASING END
NAME
❏ The fax/telephone number and name registered under that
code are deleted.
12. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Stop
Ex:
TEL=
Clear
DEF
2
JKL
4
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
11. Use the numeric buttons to enter the new fax/telephone number.
❏ If you only want to change the name, ignore this step and go to
the next step.
Ex:
TEL=3 3758 2111_
❏ The fax/telephone number can be up to 120 digits long
(including spaces and pauses).
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-15
Speed Dialling
ABC
1
PQRS
FaxOnly
To change the number or name:
10. Press Clear.
11
GHI
15:00
❏ To enter a space, press Space. Spaces are optional and are
ignored during dialling.
❏ To enter a pause in the number, press R (Redial)/Pause.
❏ To correct a mistake in the number, press l to delete the
rightmost digit.
❏ To delete the entire entry, press Clear.
12. Press Set to register the fax/telephone number.
Set
DATA ENTRY OK
NAME
13. Press Set again.
Set
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Canon Inc.
:A
14. Use the numeric buttons to enter the new name over the previous
name.
❏ If you want to keep the same name, ignore this step and go to
the next step.
Ex:
Canon TOKYO
:A
❏ The name can be up to 16 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
Set
15. Press Set to register the name.
DATA ENTRY OK
A02= 49 39 25 25
16. To change other entries, repeat the procedure from step 7. (1 p. 6-14)
-orStop
To finish changing coded speed dialling entries, press Stop to
return to standby mode.
Ex:
6-16
Speed Dialling
15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 6
Using Coded Speed Dialling
Follow this procedure to send documents using coded speed dialling:
To use this feature, you must first register a number for coded speed
dialling. (1 p. 6-11)
n
Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast for your
document. (1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
Coded Dial
2. Press Coded Dial.
A
GHI
DEF
2
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter the two-digit code assigned to the
number to which you wish to fax.
Ex:
Ex:
A01
TEL=03 3758 2111
❏ The number registered under that coded speed dialling code is
displayed.
❏ If you enter the wrong code, press Stop. Then press Coded Dial
and enter the correct code.
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Speed Dialling
6-17
Speed Dialling
ABC
1
❏ If no fax number is assigned to the coded speed dialling code
you enter, the LCD displays NO TEL #. If this happens, make
sure you entered the correct code and that the number you
want to dial is registered under that code.
4. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending, or wait a few
seconds for the MultiPASS C70 to begin scanning automatically.
Start / Scan
❏ If you prefer the MultiPASS C70 never to scan a document
automatically after a few seconds, you can turn this feature off.
(1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
n
6-18
You can also use coded speed dialling to send a document to more than
one destination at a time. (1 Sequential Broadcasting, p. 7-23)
Speed Dialling
Chapter 6
Group Dialling
Creating Groups
If you frequently send the same document to several destinations, you
can create a group of these destinations and register them under a speed
dialling button or code. This enables you to press a single one-touch
speed dialling button, or press the Coded Dial button and enter one
two-digit code to send the same document to all the destinations in your
group.
n
❏ You can only group numbers that have already been registered for
one-touch or coded speed dialling.
❏ A group can contain up to 111 destinations.
❏ You can also create groups from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Follow this procedure to register numbers and names for group dialling:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
08
02
3. Use d or u to select TEL REGISTRATION.
TEL REGISTRATION
4. Press Set.
Speed Dialling
Set
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
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08
5. Use d or u to select GROUP DIAL.
02
GROUP DIAL
6. Press Set.
Set
Ex:
01=1-TOUCH SPD
7. Select a one-touch speed dialling button or coded speed dialling
code under which you want to register the group.
08
To register a group under a one-touch speed dialling button:
Use d or u to select the button under which you want to register
the group (01 to 12).
02
Ex:
03=
❏ If a one-touch speed dialling button has already been registered,
1-TOUCH SPD or GROUP DIAL is displayed.
-orCoded Dial
To register a group under a coded speed dialling code:
Press Coded Dial, then use the numeric buttons to enter the code
under which you want to register the group (00 to 99).
Ex:
ABC
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
A21=
DEF
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Set
❏ If a coded speed dialling code has already been registered,
CODED SPEED or GROUP DIAL is displayed.
❏ If you wish to register a group under a one-touch speed dialling
button or coded speed dialling code already registered for
speed dialling, or you want to re-enter a group, you must delete
the previous information first. ( 1 pp. 6-6, 6-14, 6-23)
8. Press Set.
TELEPHONE NUMBER
6-20
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Set
9. Press Set again.
TEL=
10. Enter the one-touch or coded speed dialling numbers you want to
register in the group.
To enter a destination registered for one-touch speed dialling:
Press Function, then press the one-touch speed dialling buttons
assigned to the numbers you want to register in the group. Then
press Function again.
01
Function
02
03
Data Registration
➔
04
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
08
09
11
12
Report
10
Function
R
05
➔
D.T.
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
Resume
❏ You cannot enter numbers not registered for one-touch speed
dialling (i.e. with the numeric buttons).
❏ You can enter one-touch speed dialling buttons that have a
group registered under them.
❏ If you enter the wrong button, select that entry with d or u,
then press Clear.
❏ The number registered under the button you press will be
displayed, or GROUP DIAL will be displayed if you select a group.
❏ You can enter multiple one-touch speed dialling buttons.
To enter a destination registered for coded speed dialling:
Press Coded Dial, then enter the two-digit code assigned to the
number you want to register in the group.
ABC
➔
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
❏ You cannot enter numbers not registered for coded speed
dialling (i.e. with the numeric buttons).
❏ You can enter coded speed dialling codes that have a group
registered under them.
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Coded Dial
❏ If you enter the wrong code, select that entry with d or u, then
press Clear.
❏ The number registered under the code you enter will be displayed,
or GROUP DIAL will be displayed if you select a group.
❏ You can enter multiple coded speed dialling codes. (Remember
to press Coded Dial before each code.)
11. Press Set to register your entries for the group.
Set
NAME
12. Press Set again.
Set
_
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
5
7
13. Use the numeric buttons to enter a name for the group.
Ex:
MNO
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Set
:A
Canon GROUP 2_:1
❏ The name can be up to 16 characters long (including spaces).
❏ To enter letters, numbers, and symbols, refer to the instructions
on page 3-8.
14. Press Set to register the name.
DATA ENTRY OK
Ex:
04=1-TOUCH SPD
15. To continue registering other groups, repeat the procedure from
step 7. (1 p. 6-20)
-orStop
To finish registering groups, press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
6-22
Speed Dialling
15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 6
n
You can print the Group Dial List showing all the numbers and names
registered for group dialling (1 p. 6-29). Keep this list near your
MultiPASS C70 so you can refer to it when dialling.
Changing/Deleting a Group Dialling Entry
If you want to change the entries in a group or delete a group, follow
the instructions in Creating Groups (1 p. 6-19) but note the following:
❏ To add a destination to a group:
• In step 7, select the group you want to add a destination to.
• In step 10, enter the destinations you want to add to the group.
❏ To change the name of a group:
• In step 7, select the group to which you want to change the name.
• In step 13, press the Clear button and then enter the new name.
❏ To delete an entry from a group:
• In step 7, select the group you want to make changes to.
• In step 10, use the d button or u button to select the entry you
want to delete, then press the Clear button. Press the Set button
to register your changes, then the Stop button to return to
standby mode.
❏ To delete a group completely:
• In step 7, select the group you want to delete.
• In step 10, press the Clear button until all entries are deleted
(TEL= appears).
Speed Dialling
• In step 13, press the Clear button to delete the name.
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-23
Using Group Dialling
Follow this procedure to send a document to a group of destinations
registered under a one-touch speed dialling button or a coded speed
dialling code:
To use this feature, you must first register a group of fax numbers for
one-touch speed dialling or coded speed dialling. (1 Creating Groups,
p. 6-19)
n
Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to fax machines with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast for your
document. (1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
2. Enter the group registered under a one-touch speed dialling button
or coded speed dialling code.
01
02
03
Data Registration
04
R
05
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
09
08
Report
10
To enter a group registered under a one-touch speed dialling
button:
Press the one-touch speed dialling button assigned to the group
you wish to send the document to.
D.T.
11
12
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
TEL=GROUP DIAL
Resume
❏ If you press the wrong button, press Stop, then press the correct
button.
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Speed Dialling
Chapter 6
Coded Dial
To enter a group registered under a coded speed dialling code:
Press Coded Dial, then use the numeric buttons to enter the twodigit code assigned to the group you wish to send the document to.
Ex:
ABC
GHI
DEF
2
1
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
A21=
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Start / Scan
TEL=GROUP DIAL
❏ If you enter the wrong code, press Stop, then press Coded Dial
and enter the correct code.
3. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending, or wait a few
seconds for the MultiPASS C70 to begin scanning automatically.
❏ If you prefer the MultiPASS C70 never to scan a document
automatically after a few seconds, you can turn this feature off.
(1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
Speed Dialling
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
6-25
Speed Dialling Lists
You can print lists of numbers registered for one-touch and coded speed
dialling, and of numbers registered for group dialling.
Follow this procedure to print the speed dialling lists:
Printing the One-Touch or Coded Speed Dial List
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Report.
07
ACTIVITY REPORT
Report
08
02
3. Use d or u to select SPEED DIAL LIST.
SPEED DIAL LIST
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH LIST
08
02
5. Use d or u to select 1-TOUCH LIST or CODED DIAL LIST.
Ex:
Set
CODED DIAL LIST
6. Press Set.
SORTED OUTPUT
YES=(A)
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Speed Dialling
NO=(#)
Chapter 6
7. Select whether you want the list to be printed with the destinations
sorted.
Press T to print the list with the names of the destinations
in alphabetical order.
-orPress # to print the list in code or button order.
#
❏ The unit begins printing the list.
Samples of the lists are shown below and on the following page:
One-Touch Speed Dial List
Sorted
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
***********************************
*** 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL LIST
***
***********************************
NO.
[
[
[
[
[
12]
01]
03]
04]
05]
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
2 887 0166
905 795 1111
GROUP DIAL
2 50921
1 432 2060
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
AUSTRALIA
CANADA
EUROPA
ITALIA
OPTICS
Unsorted
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
***********************************
*** 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL LIST
***
***********************************
NO.
01]
03]
04]
05]
12]
CONNECTION TEL
905 795 1111
GROUP DIAL
2 50921
1 432 2060
2 887 0166
CONNECTION ID
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
CANADA
EUROPA
ITALIA
OPTICS
AUSTRALIA
Speed Dialling
[
[
[
[
[
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Coded Speed Dial List
Sorted
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CANON
001
************************************
CODED SPEED DIAL LIST
***
***
************************************
NO.
[A
[A
[A
[A
[A
[A
00]
02]
21]
01]
03]
32]
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
2131 1250
1 49 39 25 25
GROUP DIAL
03 3758 2111
516p488 6700
81 773 3173
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
DEUTSCH.
FRANCE
GROUP 1
TOKYO
U.S.A.
UK
Unsorted
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
************************************
CODED SPEED DIAL LIST
***
***
************************************
NO.
[A
[A
[A
[A
[A
[A
6-28
00]
01]
02]
03]
21]
32]
Speed Dialling
CONNECTION TEL
2131 1250
03 3758 2111
1 49 39 25 25
516p488 6700
GROUP DIAL
81 773 3173
CONNECTION ID
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
DEUTSCH.
TOKYO
FRANCE
U.S.A.
GROUP 1
UK
Chapter 6
Printing the Group Dial List
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Report.
07
ACTIVITY REPORT
Report
08
02
3. Use d or u to select SPEED DIAL LIST.
SPEED DIAL LIST
Set
4. Press Set.
1-TOUCH LIST
08
02
5. Use d or u to select GROUP DIAL LIST.
GROUP DIAL LIST
Set
6. Press Set.
PRINTING REPORT
❏ The unit begins printing the list.
Speed Dialling
A sample of the list is shown on the following page:
Chapter 6
Speed Dialling
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Group Dial List
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
*****************************
GROUP DIAL LIST
***
***
*****************************
[
03] Canon GROUP 2
[ A 21] Canon GROUP 1
6-30
Speed Dialling
[A
[A
[A
[A
00]
02]
04]
32]
2131 1250
1 49 39 25 25
2 50921
81 773 3173
[
01] 905 795 1111
[A 03] 516p488 6700
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
DEUTSCH.
FRANCE
ITALIA
UK
Canon CANADA
Canon U.S.A.
Chapter 6
This chapter describes how to use your MultiPASS C70 to send faxes.
❏ Preparing to Send a Fax...........................................................................7-3
• Documents You Can Fax.....................................................................7-3
• Adjusting the Quality of Your Faxes.................................................7-3
Setting Colour or Black & White Transmission ..........................7-3
Setting the Scanning Resolution....................................................7-4
Setting the Scanning Contrast .......................................................7-6
• Dialling Methods..................................................................................7-8
❏ Sending Methods ......................................................................................7-9
• Overview ...............................................................................................7-9
• Memory Sending..................................................................................7-9
• Manual Sending Via the Handset....................................................7-12
❏ Cancelling Sending.................................................................................7-14
• Removing the Document From the Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF) ...................................................................................7-15
❏ Redialling When the Line is Busy........................................................7-17
• Manual Redialling..............................................................................7-17
Cancelling Manual Redialling .....................................................7-17
• Automatic Redialling.........................................................................7-17
What is Automatic Redialling?....................................................7-17
Cancelling Automatic Redialling ................................................7-18
Setting Up Automatic Redialling ................................................7-20
❏ Sequential Broadcasting ........................................................................7-23
• Sending a Document to More Than One Destination ..................7-23
• Sending a Document Using Group Dialling..................................7-26
❏ Delayed Sending.....................................................................................7-27
• Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS C70 is
Set for Delayed Sending ................................................................7-27
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
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Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
❏ Documents Stored in Memory .............................................................7-28
• Printing a List of Documents in Memory ......................................7-28
• Printing a Document in Memory.....................................................7-29
• Deleting a Document From Memory ..............................................7-33
7-2
Sending Faxes
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
Preparing to Send a Fax
Documents You Can Fax
For information on the types of documents you can fax, their
requirements, and details on loading documents, refer to Chapter 4,
Document Handling.
Adjusting the Quality of Your Faxes
Canon’s Ultra High Quality (UHQ™) imaging technology enables you to
send documents that are very close to the quality of the original. The
MultiPASS C70 allows you to send a document in colour or black &
white, and to adjust the resolution and contrast to best suit your
particular document.
Setting Colour or Black & White Transmission
Your MultiPASS C70 can send faxes in black & white. It can also send
faxes in colour to fax machines with colour capability. Before sending a
document, you need to adjust whether the document will be sent in
colour, or in black & white only.
Color / B&W
Color / B&W
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To send in black & white:
Make sure the light above the Color/B&W button is turned off. If not,
press the Color/B&W button to turn it off.
To send in colour (to fax machines that support colour fax
reception):
Press the Color/B&W button to turn on the light above this button.
❏ If you send a colour document to a fax machine that does not
support colour faxing, the document will not be sent, and the LCD
display will show this message: TRY AGAIN IN B/W. Try sending
again in black & white.
❏ You can also adjust the resolution for colour and black & white
transmission. (1 p. 7-4)
Sending Faxes
7-3
Setting the Scanning Resolution
Resolution is a measure of the fineness or clarity of a printout. Low
resolutions may cause text and graphics to have a jagged appearance,
while higher resolutions provide smoother curves and lines, crisp text
and graphics, and a better match to traditional typeface designs.
You can set the scanning resolution for the documents you send.
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Color / B&W
The higher the resolution, the higher the quality of output, but the
slower the scanning speed.
For black & white sending, set the resolution as follows:
1. Make sure the light above the Color/B&W button is turned off.
❏ If not, press Color/B&W to turn it off.
Resolution
2. Press Resolution.
❏ The current resolution setting is displayed.
Ex:
Resolution
FAX STANDARD
3. Press Resolution to select the resolution setting you want.
❏ You can select from the following:
FAX STANDARD
(8 pels/mm × 3.85 lines/mm)
Suitable for most text-only documents.
FAX FINE
(8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm)
Suitable for documents with fine print (smaller than the
print in this sentence).
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(8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm)
Suitable for documents that contain photographs. With
this setting, areas of the document that contain photos are
automatically scanned with 64 levels of grey, rather than
just two (black & white). This gives a much better
reproduction of photos, though the transmission time is
longer.
❏ After about 10 seconds, the LCD display returns to standby
mode.
Color / B&W
Resolution
For colour sending, set the resolution as follows:
1. Press Color/B&W to turn on the light above this button.
2. Press Resolution.
❏ The current colour resolution setting is displayed.
Ex:
Resolution
FAX STANDARD
3. Press Resolution to select the colour resolution setting you want.
❏ You can select from the following:
FAX STANDARD
Provides standard colour resolution.
FAX FINE
Provides a higher quality colour resolution.
❏ After about 10 seconds, the LCD display returns to standby
mode.
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You can change the resolution setting while the document is being
scanned for sending. However, please note that your new setting will
only be effective from the next page scanned.
Sending Faxes
7-5
Sending Faxes
FAX PHOTO
Setting the Scanning Contrast
Contrast is the difference in brightness between the lightest and darkest
parts of a printed document. You can adjust the contrast the MultiPASS
C70 uses to send faxes. Adjust according to how light or dark your
document is.
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Function
You can also set the scanning contrast from the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
Set
4. Press Set again.
DATE & TIME
08
02
5. Use d or u to select SCAN CONTRAST.
SCAN CONTRAST
Set
6. Press Set.
Ex:
7-6
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STANDARD
Chapter 7
02
7. Use d or u to select the scanning contrast you want.
❏ You can select from the following:
STANDARD
This is the default setting. Adequate for most documents.
DARKER
Suitable for light documents.
LIGHTER
Suitable for dark documents.
Set
8. Press Set.
OFFHOOK ALARM
Stop
9. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
Chapter 7
15:00
FaxOnly
Sending Faxes
7-7
Sending Faxes
08
Dialling Methods
There are several ways of dialling the number of the party you want to
send to:
❏ Regular Dialling
Dial a fax number by using the numeric buttons, just like dialling a
telephone number.
❏ One-Touch Speed Dialling
Dial a fax number by pressing the one-touch speed dialling button
(01 to 12) that the number is assigned to. For details on registering
and using one-touch speed dialling, refer to Chapter 6, Speed
Dialling.
❏ Coded Speed Dialling
Dial a fax number by pressing the Coded Dial button followed by
the two-digit code (00 to 99) that the number is assigned to. For
details on registering and using coded speed dialling, refer to
Chapter 6, Speed Dialling.
❏ Group Dialling
Send a document to a predefined group of fax numbers. (The
numbers must already be registered under one-touch speed dialling
buttons or coded speed dialling codes.) For details on creating
groups and using group dialling, refer to Chapter 6, Speed Dialling.
❏ PC Dialling
Dial a fax number from your PC using the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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Sending Faxes
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
Sending Methods
Overview
This section describes the methods and advantages of the two main
sending methods:
❏ Memory sending
Allows you to send a document easily and quickly.
❏ Manual sending via the handset
If you have the handset, a telephone, or an extension phone
connected to your MultiPASS C70, this mode allows you to talk to
the other party before you send the document.
Memory Sending
Memory sending is a quick and easy way to send a document. The
MultiPASS C70 scans the document into its memory, and as the first
page of a multipage document is being scanned, the unit begins calling
the other party and transmitting the information even as the remaining
pages are being scanned.
Since the MultiPASS C70 is multitasking, you can even scan a document
into memory while sending another document, receiving a document, or
printing a report.
The unit has enough memory to store up to 42 pages* (fewer if the
document contains many graphics or particularly dense text). Follow the
instructions on the next page to send a document with memory sending:
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Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
* Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
7-9
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast.
(1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
❏ You may not be able to use memory sending if the percentage
shown in the MEMORY USED display is close to 100%. In this
case, use manual sending via the handset to send your
document.
2. Dial the other party’s fax number.
❏ Use one of the dialling methods described earlier in this
chapter. (1 p. 7-8)
Ex:
TEL=
9p7654321
❏ If you enter the wrong number, press Stop, then enter the
correct number.
❏ If you must first dial a digit to get an outside line (“9”, for
example), add a pause after that digit by pressing
R (Redial)/Pause, as shown in the example above.
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3. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending.
❏ If you used speed dialling to dial the number, the unit will
automatically begin scanning the document into memory a few
seconds after making the entry. If you prefer the MultiPASS C70
never to scan a document automatically after a few seconds,
you can turn this feature off. (1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
❏ To cancel the transmission once the unit has started to dial,
press Stop. The LCD display then asks you to confirm
cancelling. Press T to cancel sending. (1 p. 7-14)
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❏ You can scan up to 30 different documents for memory sending.
❏ When the document is sent, it is automatically deleted from memory.
❏ If an error occurs during sending, the MultiPASS C70 will print out
an error report. If this happens, try sending the document again.
(1 Faxing Problems, p. 13-18)
❏ When an error occurs during sending, the document is automatically
deleted from memory, even if it is not sent completely.
❏ If you send a colour document to a fax machine that does not
support colour faxing, the document will not be sent, and the LCD
display will show this message: TRY AGAIN IN B/W. Try sending
again in black & white.
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
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Sending Faxes
Start / Scan
Manual Sending Via the Handset
Manual sending via the handset allows you to talk to the other party
before you send the document. This method is useful if the other party
must manually set their fax machine to receive before they can receive a
fax.
Follow this procedure to send using manual sending:
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❏ To use this mode, you need to connect the handset, a telephone, or
an extension phone to your unit. (1 pp. 2-18, 2-19)
❏ Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast.
(1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
Hook
2. Press Hook.
TEL=
❏ You can also lift the handset or the handset of the telephone or
extension phone connected to your unit instead of pressing
Hook.
❏ You can adjust the volume of the speaker. (1 LINE MONITOR
VOL, pp. 14-5, 14-6)
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Ex:
TEL=
7654321
❏ Use one of the dialling methods described earlier in this
chapter. (1 p. 7-8)
❏ If you make a mistake during dialling, press Hook or put down
the handset and start again from step 2.
4. When you hear the other party answer the call, pick up the handset
and you can talk.
❏ If you pressed Hook in step 2 instead of lifting the handset, you
will hear the other party’s voice but they will not be able to hear
you through the speaker. Pick up the handset to talk to the
other party.
❏ If you hear a high-pitched signal, instead of the other party’s
voice, press Start/Scan. If you picked up the handset to dial,
hang up the handset. The unit will begin sending the document.
5. When you are ready to send the document, ask the other party to
press the start button on their fax unit.
Start / Scan
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6. When you hear the high-pitched signal of the other party’s fax
unit, press Start/Scan on your unit and then hang up the handset.
❏ The unit begins sending the document.
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
❏ Be sure to hang up the handset after you press the Start/Scan button
on your unit. If you hang up first, you will disconnect the call.
❏ If the offhook alarm starts beeping, make sure the handset is resting
properly in its cradle.
❏ If you send a colour document to a fax machine that does not
support colour faxing, the document will not be sent, and the LCD
display will show this message: TRY AGAIN IN B/W. Try sending
again in black & white.
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3. Dial the other party’s fax/telephone number.
Cancelling Sending
Follow this procedure if you want to stop sending a document before
transmission is completed:
1. Press Stop.
Stop
❏ For manual sending, the transmission is cancelled.
❏ For memory sending, the MultiPASS C70 asks you to confirm
that you want to cancel.
CANCEL? AYES #NO
YES=(A) NO=(#)
2. Press T to cancel sending.
❏ Sending is not cancelled until you press T.
❏ If you change your mind and want to continue sending, press #.
❏ To cancel transmission of a document waiting to be sent
(because the unit is waiting to redial), refer to Deleting a
Document From Memory. (1 p. 7-33)
❏ To cancel transmission of a document waiting to be sent from
memory (delayed sending, for example), refer to Deleting a
Document From Memory. (1 p. 7-33)
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7-14
When you cancel sending, you may need to open the operation panel to
remove the document from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). For
details, refer to the next page, Removing the Document From the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
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Do not try to pull the document out without opening the operation
panel, or you might tear or smudge the document.
1. Open the operation panel by gently pulling it towards you.
2. Remove the document by pulling it out from the top or bottom.
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If the paper does not pull out easily, do not force it. Contact your local
authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
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Sending Faxes
Removing the Document From the Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF)
3. When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it
down from the centre.
n
7-16
Be sure to close the operation panel until it locks into place. Otherwise
the unit will not function properly.
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Chapter 7
There are two methods of redialling: manual redialling and automatic
redialling. See below for details.
Manual Redialling
Press the R (Redial)/Pause button to dial the last number you dialled
with the numeric buttons. (This also starts redialling regardless of
whether automatic redialling is enabled.)
Cancelling Manual Redialling
To cancel manual redialling, press the Stop button.
Automatic Redialling
When you are sending using memory sending and the other party’s line
is busy, the unit waits the specified time and then dials the same
number again. You can set the MultiPASS C70 to redial several times if
the previous attempts failed because the line was busy. This feature is
called automatic redialling.
What is Automatic Redialling?
After the initial dial attempt, the unit is factory-set to wait two minutes
and try to dial again. If the second attempt fails because the line was
busy, the unit will again wait for two minutes and make a final attempt
to complete the call.
Automatic redialling can be turned off and on. The number of redialling
attempts and the time interval between attempts can also be adjusted.
(1 p. 7-20)
If all redial attempts are unsuccessful, the unit will cancel the
transmission and print an Error TX Report to remind you that the
transmission was not completed. (1 p. 11-6)
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The automatic redialling feature can also be set up from the MultiPASS
Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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Redialling When the Line is Busy
When automatic redialling is in use, the LCD display alternately
displays AUTO REDIAL and the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) while
it is waiting to redial.
AUTO REDIAL
Ex:
TX/RX NO.
0013
When it begins redialling, the LCD display shows details on the
transmission.
If the receiving fax machine is still busy on the last attempt, the LCD
display shows BUSY/NO SIGNAL, the transaction number (TX/RX NO.),
and prints the Error TX report (if set to print one).
BUSY/NO SIGNAL
Ex:
TX/RX NO.
0013
PRINTING REPORT
If this happens, try sending again later.
Cancelling Automatic Redialling
Automatic redialling cannot be cancelled with the Stop button while the
unit is waiting to redial. To cancel automatic redialling, do the following:
1. Wait until the MultiPASS C70 begins redialling.
DIALING
Stop
2. Press Stop.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 asks you to confirm that you want to
cancel.
CANCEL? AYES #NO
YES=(A) NO=(#)
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3. Press T to cancel redialling.
❏ Redialling is not cancelled until you press T.
❏ If you change your mind and want to continue redialling,
press #.
❏ The unit then prints an error report (if set to print one).
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❏ If the TX Report feature is deactivated, the Error TX Report will not
be printed. (1 TX REPORT, pp. 14-7, 14-8)
❏ If you want to cancel a transmission while the unit is waiting to
redial, refer to Deleting a Document From Memory. (1 p. 7-33)
Sending Faxes
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Setting Up Automatic Redialling
You can set up the following options for automatic redialling:
❏ Whether or not the MultiPASS C70 redials automatically.
❏ The number of times the MultiPASS C70 attempts to redial.
❏ The time interval between redialling attempts.
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❏ The factory default settings for the automatic redialling features are
as follows:
• The MultiPASS C70 redials twice.
• The MultiPASS C70 waits two minutes before redialling.
❏ You can also set the automatic redialling feature from the MultiPASS
Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Follow the procedure below to adjust the automatic redialling settings:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select TX SETTINGS.
TX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM TX
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6. Use d or u to select AUTO REDIAL.
02
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08
AUTO REDIAL
7. Press Set.
Set
Ex:
ON
❏ If OFF is selected, use d or u to select ON.
8. Press Set.
Set
REDIAL TIMES
9. Press Set again.
Set
❏ The current setting is displayed.
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
2TIMES
10. Use the numeric buttons to enter the number of times you want the
unit to redial.
Ex:
1TIMES
❏ You can select from 1 to 2 times.*
❏ The default setting is twice.
Set
11. Press Set to register your new setting.
REDIAL INTERVAL
Set
12. Press Set again.
❏ The current setting is displayed.
Ex:
2MIN.
* New Zealand: 1 to 5 times.
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ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
13. Use the numeric buttons to enter the time interval between
rediallings.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
5MIN.
❏ You can select from 1 to 99 minutes.
❏ The default setting is 2 minutes.
Set
14. Press Set to register your new setting.
TIME OUT
Stop
15. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 7
Sending a Document to More Than One Destination
Follow this procedure to scan a document once and send it to several
destinations. With this sending method, called sequential broadcasting,
you can send the same document to a maximum of 113 destinations.
This feature allows you to send a document to a number of destinations
using a combination of dialling methods as follows:
❏ One-touch speed dialling: up to 12 destinations
❏ Coded speed dialling: up to 100 destinations
❏ Regular dialling (using the numeric buttons): one destination
You can enter the one-touch speed dialling and coded speed dialling
destinations in any order. You can also include one destination which
you dial using the numeric buttons. (Be sure to press Set after your
entry with the numeric buttons.)
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If you frequently send the same document to the same group of
recipients, you can group them and register these numbers for group
dialling. You can register up to 111 fax numbers with group dialling and
send the same document to these numbers at the press of one or three
buttons. (1 p. 6-19)
To send a document using sequential broadcasting, do the following:
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Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
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Sequential Broadcasting
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
MEMORY USED
Standby to scan:
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast.
(1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
2. Enter up to 113 fax numbers using any of the following methods:
❏ One-touch speed dialling:
Press the desired one-touch speed dialling button(s).
01
02
03
Data Registration
04
R
05
Memory Reference
07
06
Space
Tone/+
09
08
Report
10
D.T.
11
12
Cleaning
Clear
Function
Set
Resume
❏ Coded speed dialling:
Press Coded Dial, then use the numeric buttons to enter the
two-digit code.
• Be sure to press Coded Dial before each code.
Coded Dial
ABC
➔
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
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2
1
3
MNO
5
6
WXYZ
TUV
8
9
0
#
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ABC
JKL
4
PQRS
7
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Start / Scan
Set
DEF
2
1
GHI
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
➔
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
❏ If you enter the incorrect destination, press Function, then Clear.
Then press Function again, and enter the correct destination.
❏ You must dial the second number within five seconds of dialling the
first number. All subsequent numbers must be dialled within 10
seconds. If you wait longer than the time out interval before dialling
the next number, the unit will start scanning the document. The time
out interval can be turned off. (1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
❏ If you want to review the numbers you entered, press Function and
use d or u to scroll through the numbers.
3. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending, or wait a few
seconds for the MultiPASS C70 to begin scanning automatically.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 then scans the document into memory, and
begins sending it to the destinations.
❏ If you prefer the MultiPASS C70 never to scan a document
automatically after a few seconds, you can turn this feature off.
(1 TIME OUT, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
❏ To cancel sending, press Stop. You will be asked to confirm
cancelling. Press T to cancel. Sending to all destinations you
specified in step 2 will be cancelled. (You cannot cancel only one
destination.)
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❏ Regular dialling:
Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax number, then press Set
to add the number to the broadcast list.
• You can only enter one fax number this way.
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❏ If a number is busy, the unit will continue sending to the other
destinations and then redial the number that was busy.
❏ If the MultiPASS C70’s memory becomes full while scanning your
document, MEMORY FULL appears in the LCD display. If this
happens, remove the remainder of the document from the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF) (you may need to open the operation panel
to do so), then divide the document into several sections and send
each section individually.
❏ The document is automatically deleted from memory when
sequential broadcasting is completed.
Sending a Document Using Group Dialling
If you frequently send faxes to the same group of people, you can
create a group. Groups are stored under one-touch speed dialling
buttons or coded speed dialling codes. For details on group dialling,
refer to page 6-19.
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Your MultiPASS C70 allows you to scan a document into your PC’s hard
disk and send it automatically at a preset time. This feature is called
Delayed sending or Timer sending. By using this feature, you can take
advantage of lower long distance rates at night, for example.
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❏ You can only set this feature from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ To use this feature, your PC must be turned on and connected to the
MultiPASS C70.
Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS C70 is
Set for Delayed Sending
The MultiPASS C70 is a multitasking unit, so you can send, receive,
print, or copy other documents even when you have set the MultiPASS
C70 for delayed sending.
To print, copy, or send other documents after setting the MultiPASS C70
for delayed sending, simply follow the procedures described in this
guide.
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Sending Faxes
Delayed Sending
Documents Stored in Memory
Printing a List of Documents in Memory
The MultiPASS C70 can print out a list of documents stored in memory,
along with the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of each. Once you
know the transaction number of a document in memory, you can print it
or delete it. These procedures are described later in this chapter.
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Memory Reference.
04
DOC. MEMORY LIST
Memory Reference
Set
3. Press Set.
PRINTING REPORT
❏ The MultiPASS C70 begins printing a list of documents stored
in memory.
27/12 2000 23:42 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
******************************
*** DOC. MEMORY LIST ***
******************************
TX/RX NO
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0046
0047
0048
TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
B’CAST
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B’CAST
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[A
COL [
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[A
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01]
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01]
02]
03]
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
TOKYO
ITALIA
CANADA
FRANCE
GROUP 2
PGS.
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2 27/12 23:24
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Follow this procedure to print a document stored in memory:
Before printing a document, make sure you have the correct BJ cartridge
installed.
Black & White
Document in Memory
Function
BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge
Printing possible.
Printing possible.
BX-20 Black BJ
cartridge
Printing possible.
Printing possible
if converted to black
& white.
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge (Option)
Change BJ cartridge to
BX-20 Black or BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge.
Printing possible.
1. Press Function.
2. Press Memory Reference.
04
Memory Reference
08
Colour Document
in Memory
02
DOC. MEMORY LIST
3. Use d or u to select PRINT DOCUMENT.
PRINT DOCUMENT
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Printing a Document in Memory
Set
4. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
TX/RX NO.
0001
5. Use d or u to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the
document you want to print.
Ex:
TX/RX NO.
A0003
❏ The marks before the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) have the
following meanings:
(No mark): The document is in black & white.
A:
The document is in colour.
#:
The document is in black & white and is being sent
or printed automatically.
&:
The document is in colour and is being sent or
printed automatically.
❏ If you are unsure of the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the
document you want to print, you can print the list of
documents stored in memory. (1 p. 7-28)
❏ Use l or r to display the details of the transaction
(destination, for example).
Set
6. Press Set.
1ST PG ONLY?
YES=(A) NO=(#)
7. Select whether you want to print the first page of the document
only, or all pages of the document.
Press T to print the first page only.
-orPress # to print all pages.
#
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If you have the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge installed:
The MultiPASS C70 starts printing the document.
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If you are printing a colour document and have the BX-20 Black
BJ cartridge installed:
The following messages alternate in the LCD display:
CONVERT CLR>B&W?
YES=(A) NO=(#)
Press T to print the document in black & white with the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge.
-orPress # to cancel printing. The unit returns to step 5.
If you are printing a colour document and have the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge installed:
The following messages alternate in the LCD display:
PRINT W/ BC-22e?
YES=(A) NO=(#)
Press T to print the document with the optional BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge.
-orPress # to cancel printing. The unit returns to step 5.
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You cannot print a black & white document with the optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge. If you have this BJ cartridge installed, press the Stop
button, install the BX-20 Black or BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
(1 p. 12-19) and start again from the beginning.
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Sending Faxes
If you are printing a black & white document and have the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge installed:
The MultiPASS C70 starts printing the document.
8. To continue printing other documents in memory, repeat the
procedure from step 5. (1 p. 7-30)
-orStop
Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 7
Sending Faxes
Deleting a Document From Memory
Follow this procedure to delete a document from memory:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Memory Reference.
04
DOC. MEMORY LIST
Memory Reference
08
02
3. Use d or u to select DELETE DOCUMENT.
DELETE DOCUMENT
Set
4. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
TX/RX NO.
0001
5. Use d or u to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the
document you want to delete.
Ex:
TX/RX NO.
A0004
❏ The marks before the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) have the
following meanings:
(No mark): The document is in black & white.
A:
The document is in colour.
#:
The document is in black & white and is being sent
or printed automatically.
&:
The document is in colour and is being sent or
printed automatically.
❏ If you are unsure of the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the
document you want to delete, you can print the list of
documents stored in memory. (1 p. 7-28)
❏ Use l or r to display the details of the transaction
(destination, for example).
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Set
6. Press Set.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 asks you to confirm that you want to delete
the document.
OK TO DELETE?
YES=(A) NO=(#)
7. Press T to delete the document.
❏ If you change your mind and want to keep the document in
memory, press #.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 deletes the document.
8. To continue deleting other documents in memory, repeat the
procedure from step 5. (1 p. 7-33)
-orStop
Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 7
This chapter describes the different methods for receiving faxes. You
will also find instructions on setting the MultiPASS C70 to receive
colour faxes.
❏ Different Ways to Receive a Fax .............................................................8-3
• Receiving Faxes Automatically: FAX ONLY MODE ......................8-5
Setting FAX ONLY MODE .............................................................8-5
• Receiving Both Faxes and Telephone Calls Automatically:
Fax/Tel Mode ....................................................................................8-8
Setting Fax/Tel Mode .....................................................................8-8
Setting Up Fax/Tel Mode.............................................................8-10
• Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE..............................8-14
Setting MANUAL MODE ............................................................8-14
Receiving a Fax Manually ............................................................8-14
• Receiving With an Answering Machine: ANS.MACHINE
MODE...............................................................................................8-16
Setting ANS.MACHINE MODE..................................................8-16
Using the MultiPASS C70 With an Answering Machine.........8-17
• Receiving Faxes to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager..................8-18
When Your PC is Off .....................................................................8-18
• Network FAX/TEL Switching (Australia Only) ...........................8-19
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch.......................8-19
Network Switch System Operation ............................................8-21
• Network FAX/TEL Switching (New Zealand Only)....................8-22
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch.......................8-22
Network Switch System Operation ............................................8-24
❏ Receiving in Colour................................................................................8-25
• Setting Colour Reception ..................................................................8-25
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Receiving Faxes
❏ Receiving While Registering, Copying, or Printing ..........................8-27
❏ Receiving Faxes in Memory When a Problem Occurs......................8-28
❏ Cancelling Receiving..............................................................................8-31
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Chapter 8
Different Ways to Receive a Fax
❏ FAX ONLY MODE (2 p. 8-5)
Use this mode if the MultiPASS C70 will be connected to a separate
telephone line used only for faxing. The MultiPASS C70 then
answers all calls, and receives all faxes automatically.
❏ Fax/Tel Mode (2 p. 8-8)
Use this mode if you will occasionally use the MultiPASS C70 as a
telephone. In this mode, if an incoming call is from a fax machine,
the MultiPASS C70 receives the faxes automatically, without ringing;
if the call is from a person, the MultiPASS C70 rings to alert you to
pick up the handset or the telephone (connected to your unit) to
answer the call. This mode is economical, in that it allows you to
have telephone and fax service without the expense of an additional
telephone line.
This mode also includes settings that let you control precisely how it
handles incoming calls. To adjust these via the operation panel, refer
to the instructions later in this chapter (1 p. 8-10). You can also
adjust these settings from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ MANUAL MODE (2 p. 8-14)
Use this mode if you will frequently use the MultiPASS C70 to
receive voice calls through the handset, telephone, or extension
phone connected to your unit and want to answer every call yourself,
including fax calls. The MultiPASS C70 then rings for every call,
whether telephone or fax, and you must press the Start/Scan button
to begin receiving a fax.
❏ ANS.MACHINE MODE (2 p. 8-16)
Use this mode if you plan to connect an answering machine to the
MultiPASS C70 to receive faxes and telephone messages. The
MultiPASS C70 then receives incoming faxes normally, and routes
incoming telephone calls to the answering machine.
Chapter 8
Receiving Faxes
8-3
Receiving Faxes
The MultiPASS C70 provides you with several modes for receiving
faxes. To decide which mode will best suit your requirements, consider
how you want to use the MultiPASS C70:
❏ Receiving Faxes to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager (2 p. 8-18)
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager allows you to receive faxes
directly to your PC, where they are stored as scanned images.
❏ Network FAX/TEL Switching (2 pp. 8-19, 8-22)
Use this mode if you have subscribed to the Telstra FaxStream DUET
service (Australia) or the Telecom N.Z. FaxAbility service (New
Zealand). These services allow you to have one telephone line with
two numbers: one for fax and one for telephone.
Once you have decided which mode you want, set the mode as
described in this chapter. You can change the mode at any time.
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Chapter 8
Receiving Faxes Automatically: FAX ONLY MODE
When the MultiPASS C70 is set up for a dedicated line, set FAX ONLY
MODE to automatically receive documents whenever a call comes over
the fax line.
Your MultiPASS C70 is factory-set to FAX ONLY MODE. If you have not
changed the receive mode to Fax/Tel Mode or NET SWITCH, simply
follow this procedure:
Receive Mode
1. Press Receive Mode to select FAX ONLY MODE.
FAX ONLY MODE
❏ After a few seconds, the LCD display changes to the following
display:
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
If you have previously set FAX/TEL AUTO SW or NET SWITCH in the
RX MODE setting of the RX SETTINGS menu, you will have to change
the mode back to FAX ONLY MODE. Follow this procedure:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
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Setting FAX ONLY MODE
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
08
02
6. Use d or u to select RX MODE.
RX MODE
Set
7. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
FAX/TEL AUTO SW
8. Use d or u to select FAX ONLY MODE.
FAX ONLY MODE
Set
9. Press Set.
INCOMING RING
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 8
11. Confirm that FaxOnly is displayed in the LCD display.
❏ If FaxOnly is not displayed, press Receive Mode to select FAX
ONLY MODE. After a few seconds, the LCD display returns to
standby mode.
15:00
FaxOnly
❏ The MultiPASS C70 assumes all incoming calls are from fax
machines sending faxes. It receives the documents
automatically and disconnects all voice calls.
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In FAX ONLY MODE, you can control whether or not the MultiPASS
C70 rings when it receives a fax call (1 INCOMING RING, pp. 14-11, 1412). You can also set this option from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide). Please note that even if you
enable this option, the MultiPASS C70 will only ring if you have the
handset, a telephone, or an extension phone connected to it.
Receiving Faxes
8-7
Receiving Faxes
Ex:
Receiving Both Faxes and Telephone Calls
Automatically: Fax/Tel Mode
Set this mode if you want your MultiPASS C70 to automatically switch
between voice and fax calls. For this mode, you need to have the
handset, a telephone, or an extension phone connected to your unit.
(1 pp. 2-18, 2-19)
Setting Fax/Tel Mode
Follow the procedure below to set the receive mode to FAX/TEL AUTO
SW (Fax/Tel Mode):
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
08
02
6. Use d or u to select RX MODE.
RX MODE
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Set
7. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
FAX ONLY MODE
8. Use d or u to select FAX/TEL AUTO SW.
Set
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FAX/TEL AUTO SW
9. Press Set.
RING START TIME
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
15:00
FaxTel
11. Confirm that FaxTel is displayed in the LCD display.
❏ If FaxTel is not displayed, press Receive Mode to select Fax/Tel
Mode. After a few seconds, the LCD display returns to standby
mode.
Ex:
Chapter 8
15:00
FaxTel
Receiving Faxes
8-9
Setting Up Fax/Tel Mode
You can control precisely how your MultiPASS C70 handles incoming
calls by adjusting the settings described below.
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The options described below can also be set from the MultiPASS
Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ RING START TIME
When a call comes in, the unit checks to see if it is a person wishing
to speak to you or a fax machine trying to send a document. If your
unit does not have enough time to detect the fax tone, it assumes the
call is from a telephone. Use the RING START TIME setting to
increase the time the unit takes to check whether a call is from a fax
machine or a telephone. You can select a time between 0 and 30
seconds. The default setting is eight seconds.
❏ F/T RING TIME
When your unit is set to receive both fax and telephone calls
automatically, it rings to alert you to pick up the handset or the
handset of the telephone or extension phone if the call is from a
person. If you do not pick up the handset within a certain amount of
time, the unit stops ringing. Use this option to change the length of
time the unit rings, from 10 to 60 seconds. The default setting is 22
seconds.
❏ DEFAULT ACTION
Not all fax machines are capable of sending a fax tone (the CNG
tone that warns the receiving fax machine that a fax is coming). In
those cases the unit may think that the call coming in is a voice call
and rings to alert you of the call (the amount of time it is going to
ring is determined by the F/T RING TIME setting above). If you do
not answer the call, one of two things can happen:
1. If you set the DEFAULT ACTION setting to RECEIVE, the unit
will switch to fax receive mode automatically at that point and
start to receive the document. If no document comes in, it
disconnects the call after approximately 55 seconds. The default
setting is RECEIVE.
2. If you set the DEFAULT ACTION to DISCONNECT, the unit will
disconnect the telephone call immediately freeing up your
telephone line at this point.
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What Happens When Fax/Tel Mode is Selected
Telephone
Telephone charges
begin for the caller.
RING START TIME
(Factory default
setting = 8 sec.)
Fax
Fax
Sending document
manually
Sending document
automatically
The MultiPASS C70 answers without ringing.*
The MultiPASS C70 listens for the fax tone.
(For 8 sec.)
The fax tone
is detected.
The fax tone is not detected.
F/T RING TIME
(Factory default
setting = 22 sec.)
The MultiPASS C70 starts ringing.
Receiving Faxes
Type of call
The document is
received automatically.
(The fax tone is
detected and the
MultiPASS C70
switches to receive
mode.)
Pick up the
handset to talk.
If you don’t pick up the handset
(within 22 sec.).
DEFAULT ACTION
Choose between:
RECEIVE (factory default setting) and DISCONNECT.
DISCONNECT
The MultiPASS C70
disconnects the call.
RECEIVE
(Factory default setting)
Not all fax machines are capable of sending a fax
tone. For those cases if you set the DEFAULT
ACTION to RECEIVE, the MultiPASS C70
switches to receive mode automatically and starts
receiving the document. If no document comes in,
it disconnects after approximately 55 seconds.
You can select these options in the RX MODE submenu of the RX
SETTINGS menu when FAX/TEL AUTO SW is selected. See the
following page for details on changing the settings:
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You can also set these options from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
* Australia only: After answering, the MultiPASS C70 plays “You are
connected. Please hold.”
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Set the Fax/Tel Mode options as follows:
1. Follow steps 1 to 9 on pages 8-8 and 8-9.
RING START TIME
2. Press Set.
Set
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
8SEC
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter the time the unit waits before
ringing when it receives a call.
❏ You can select from 0 to 30 seconds.
❏ The factory default setting is eight seconds.
Ex:
9SEC
4. Press Set to register your setting.
Set
F/T RING TIME
5. Press Set again.
Set
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
6
WXYZ
TUV
8
9
0
#
6. Use the numeric buttons to enter the time the unit rings while
waiting for someone to pick up the handset or the handset of the
telephone or extension phone.
❏ You can select from 10 to 60 seconds.
❏ The factory default setting is 22 seconds.
Ex:
Set
22SEC
30SEC
7. Press Set to register your setting.
DEFAULT ACTION
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Set
8. Press Set again.
Ex:
08
02
RECEIVE
9. Use d or u to select RECEIVE or DISCONNECT.
-orDISCONNECT
❏ This setting tells the unit what to do if no one picks up the
handset or the handset of the telephone or extension phone
within the specified ring time set in step 6.
❏ Select RECEIVE to receive the call, or DISCONNECT to
disconnect the call.
❏ The default setting is RECEIVE.
Set
10. Press Set to register your setting.
INCOMING RING
Stop
11. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
Chapter 8
15:00
FaxTel
Receiving Faxes
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Receiving Faxes
RECEIVE
Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE
In MANUAL MODE, if you connect the handset, a telephone, or an
extension phone to your unit, you can receive normal telephone calls
and also activate your MultiPASS C70 to start receiving a document. If
you place the extension phone away from the MultiPASS C70 (on your
desk, for example) and activate receiving from this phone, this is called
remote receiving.
Setting MANUAL MODE
n
❏ For this mode, you need to have the handset, a telephone, or an
extension phone connected to your unit. (1 pp. 2-18, 2-19)
❏ Make sure the REMOTE RX setting in the RX SETTINGS menu is
enabled (1 pp. 14-11, 14-12). You can also enable this setting from
the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide)
Follow the procedure below to set the receive mode to MANUAL MODE:
Receive Mode
1. Press Receive Mode to select MANUAL MODE.
MANUAL MODE
❏ After a few seconds, the LCD display changes to the following
display:
Ex:
15:00
Manual
Receiving a Fax Manually
Before attempting to receive manually, confirm that you have done the
following:
1. Make sure Manual is displayed in the LCD display.
Ex:
15:00
Manual
2. Make sure you have connected the handset, a telephone, or an
extension phone to the MultiPASS C70. (1 pp. 2-18, 2-19)
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Follow the procedure below to receive a fax manually:
3. When you hear the handset, telephone, or extension phone ring,
pick up the handset.
Start / Scan
4. Start your conversation. If the caller wants to send a fax after
talking to you, ask them to press the start button on their fax
machine. When you hear a slow beep, press Start/Scan on the
MultiPASS C70 to begin receiving the fax. Hang up the handset.
❏ If the telephone is located away from your unit, dial 25 (the
remote receiving ID) on your telephone and hang up.
If you hear a slow beep tone or silence:
4. Someone is trying to send you a fax.
Start / Scan
If the telephone is close to your unit, press Start/Scan on the
MultiPASS C70. Hang up the handset.
❏ If the telephone is located away from your unit, dial 25 (the
remote receiving ID) on your telephone and hang up.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 begins receiving the fax.
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❏ You can change the number for the remote receiving ID (00 to 99) or
turn the feature off. (1 REMOTE RX, pp. 14-11, 14-12)
❏ The unit will make a beeping sound if the handset is not hung up
properly. This is called the offhook alarm and can be turned off.
(1 OFFHOOK ALARM, pp. 14-5, 14-6)
❏ Be sure to hang up the handset after you press the Start/Scan button
or dial the remote receiving ID for remote receiving; otherwise the
call will be disconnected.
❏ If you have an answering machine connected to your MultiPASS C70
that can carry out remote-control operations (controlling your
answering machine from a remote telephone), the security code for
this function may be the same as the two-digit ID code described
above. If so, make sure you change the MultiPASS C70’s two-digit ID
code to make it distinct from the answering machine’s security code.
(1 REMOTE RX, pp. 14-11, 14-12)
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Receiving Faxes
If you hear a person’s voice:
Receiving With an Answering Machine:
ANS.MACHINE MODE
Connecting an answering machine to the MultiPASS C70 allows you to
receive faxes and telephone messages while you are out of the office.
In ANS.MACHINE MODE, the MultiPASS C70 allows the answering
machine to answer incoming calls, then listens for the fax tone and
automatically receives the fax if it detects this tone.
Setting ANS.MACHINE MODE
n
For this mode, you need to connect an answering machine or a
telephone with an answering machine to your unit. (1 p. 2-19)
Follow the procedure below to set the receive mode to ANS.MACHINE
MODE:
Receive Mode
1. Press Receive Mode to select ANS.MACHINE MODE.
ANS.MACHINE MODE
❏ After a few seconds, the LCD display changes to the following
display:
Ex:
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AnsMode
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Using the MultiPASS C70 With an Answering Machine
Follow these guidelines when using the MultiPASS C70 with an
answering machine:
❏ Set the answering machine to answer on the first or second ring.
• Leave a four-second pause at the beginning of the message.
• The entire message, including the four-second pause, must be no
longer than 15 seconds.
• In the message, tell your callers how to send a fax. For example:
“Hello. I can’t answer the phone right now, but please leave a
message after the beep. I’ll return your call as soon as possible.
If you would like to send a fax, press the start button on your
fax machine after you leave your message. Thank you.”
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❏ When recording the outgoing message on the answering machine:
Receiving Faxes to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager
When your PC is on, you can set the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to
automatically upload incoming faxes from the MultiPASS C70 to your
PC. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
When Your PC is Off
If you have set the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to upload received
faxes from the MultiPASS C70 to your PC, but your PC is off, the
MultiPASS C70 stores the received faxes in its memory. When you turn
on your PC, the faxes will automatically be uploaded to your PC.
If you want to print a fax stored in memory instead of uploading it to
your PC, follow these steps:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Memory Reference.
04
DOC. MEMORY LIST
Memory Reference
08
3. Use d or u to select FILE PRINT.
02
FILE PRINT
4. Press Set.
Set
❏ The MultiPASS C70 then prints all received faxes that were to be
uploaded to your PC.
n
8-18
❏ When you print the fax, it is erased from memory and can no longer
be transferred to the PC.
❏ For your MultiPASS C70 to receive faxes in memory, the MEMORY
RX setting of the RX SETTINGS menu must be enabled.
(1 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
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Chapter 8
In Australia, Telstra offers the FaxStream DUET capability. This service
allows you to assign two numbers to your line: one for fax and one for
telephone. When the fax number is called, the network sends a specific
ring tone which your unit recognises and automatically handles as a fax
call. If the telephone number is called, a different ring tone is sent out
from the network so that the call is handled as a voice call. This means
that there is no switching delay at the caller’s end.
❏ Triple ring (short-short-short) for fax receiving.
Three short rings, at regular intervals.
❏ Any ring except triple ring (depending on your switchboard) for
telephone conversation.
n
You can also set the MultiPASS C70 for network FAX/TEL switching
from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software
User’s Guide)
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch
Follow the procedure below to set the receive mode to NET SWITCH.
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
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Network FAX/TEL Switching (Australia Only)
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
08
02
6. Use d or u to select RX MODE.
RX MODE
Set
7. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
FAX ONLY MODE
8. Use d or u to select NET SWITCH.
NET SWITCH
Set
9. Press Set.
INCOMING RING
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex: 15:00
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NET SW.
Chapter 8
Network Switch System Operation
When you hear the telephone call ring pattern:
Pick up the handset and talk normally. If you hear a slow beep, it means
the call is from a fax machine trying to send a document. Press the
Start/Scan button to receive the document. If you do not pick up the
handset, the unit continues to ring until the other party hangs up. If an
answering machine is connected, it takes over the call.
When you hear the fax call ring pattern (triple ring):
After the unit rings, it receives the document automatically.
If you want to receive a document without a ringing sound:
Make sure that the INCOMING RING setting is set to OFF.
(1 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
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Receiving Faxes
The procedure for using the network switch system is almost the same
as when using the MultiPASS C70 over a normal telephone line. When
you receive calls, however, the unit will respond slightly differently as
described below.
Network FAX/TEL Switching (New Zealand Only)
In New Zealand, Telecom N.Z. offers the FaxAbility capability. This
service allows you to assign two numbers to your line: one for fax and
one for telephone. When the fax number is called, the network sends a
specific ring tone which your unit recognises and automatically handles
as a fax call. If the telephone number is called, a different ring tone is
sent out from the network so that the call is handled as a voice call. This
means that there is no switching delay at the caller’s end.
n
You can also set the MultiPASS C70 for network FAX/TEL switching
from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software
User’s Guide)
Setting the MultiPASS C70 for Network Switch
Follow the procedure below to set the receive mode to NET SWITCH.
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
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Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
08
02
6. Use d or u to select RX MODE.
Set
7. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
Receiving Faxes
RX MODE
FAX ONLY MODE
8. Use d or u to select NET SWITCH.
NET SWITCH
Set
9. Press Set.
INCOMING RING
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex: 15:00
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NET SW.
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Network Switch System Operation
The procedure for using the network switch system is almost the same
as when using the MultiPASS C70 over a normal telephone line. When
you receive calls, however, the unit will respond slightly differently as
described below.
When you hear the telephone call ring pattern:
Pick up the handset and talk normally. If you hear a slow beep, it means
the call is from a fax machine trying to send a document. Press the
Start/Scan button to receive the document. If you do not pick up the
handset, the unit continues to ring until the other party hangs up. If an
answering machine is connected, it takes over the call.
When you hear the fax call ring pattern:
After the unit rings, it receives the document automatically.
If you want to receive a document without ring:
Make sure that the INCOMING RING setting is set to OFF.
(1 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
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Receiving in Colour
For automatic printing of received colour faxes, you need to have the
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge installed in your unit. If you have the BX-20
Black or the optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge installed, the MultiPASS
C70 will receive the colour fax in memory. Once received, the LCD
display will alternate the following messages:
REC’D IN MEMORY
INSTALL BC-21e
Replace the BX-20 Black or the optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge with
the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge (1 p. 12-19). The unit then prints
automatically the colour fax stored in memory.
If you do not have a BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge available and want to
print the colour fax with another BJ cartridge, refer to Printing a
Document in Memory. (1 p. 7-29)
Setting Colour Reception
Your MultiPASS C70 is factory-set to receive in colour when you receive
faxes from other colour fax machines. Follow this procedure to disable
or enable this setting:
Function
01
Data Registration
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1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
DATA REGSTRATION
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Receiving Faxes
Your MultiPASS C70 has been factory-set to receive faxes in colour from
fax machines with colour capability. When receiving a fax, your
MultiPASS C70 detects if the incoming fax is a colour or black & white
transaction, and prints the fax accordingly.
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
08
02
6. Use d or u to select COLOR RX.
COLOR RX
Set
7. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
ON
8. Use d or u to select OFF or ON.
Ex:
Set
OFF
9. Press Set.
PRINTER SETTINGS
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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Receiving While Registering, Copying, or
Printing
If you receive a fax while you are making copies or printing, the
MultiPASS C70 stores the incoming fax in memory. Then, as soon as you
finish making copies or printing, the MultiPASS C70 automatically
prints the fax. If you are entering registration information, the fax is
printed as soon as it is received, and does not go into memory.
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Receiving Faxes
As the MultiPASS C70 is a multitasking device, it can receive faxes and
telephone calls while you are entering your user information, making
copies, or printing.
Receiving Faxes in Memory When a
Problem Occurs
If the MultiPASS C70 encounters a problem when it is receiving a fax,
the unit will automatically store the unprinted pages of the fax in
memory, and the LCD display will show REC’D IN MEMORY as well as
one or several of the following messages:
Unit has run out of paper
The MultiPASS C70 has run out of paper while printing.
LOAD PAPER
Load paper in the multi-purpose tray (1 p. 2-40). Then press the
Resume button to print the pages stored in memory.
BCI-21 Colour BJ tank has run out of ink
The BCI-21 Colour BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge installed in
the MultiPASS C70 has run out of ink while printing.
COLOR INK EMPTY
Change the BCI-21 Colour BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
(1 p. 12-26). The unit automatically prints the pages stored in memory.
BCI-21 Black BJ tank has run out of ink
The BCI-21 Black BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge installed in
the MultiPASS C70 has run out of ink while printing.
BLACK INK EMPTY
Change the BCI-21 Black BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
(1 p. 12-26). The unit automatically prints the pages stored in memory.
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BJ cartridge has run out of ink
The BJ cartridge installed in the MultiPASS C70 has run out of ink while
printing.
Change the BJ cartridge (1 p. 12-19). The unit automatically prints the
pages stored in memory.
BJ cartridge not installed
There is no BJ cartridge installed in the MultiPASS C70.
PUT IN CARTRIDGE
Install a BJ cartridge (1 p. 2-31). The unit automatically prints the pages
stored in memory.
Incorrect BJ cartridge installed
The MultiPASS C70 has received a fax, but the incorrect BJ cartridge is
installed.
INSTALL BC-21e
-orINSTALL BC21e/20
Replace the BJ cartridge in the unit with the BJ cartridge showing in the
LCD display (1 p. 12-19). The unit automatically prints the pages
stored in memory.
Paper jam has occurred
A paper jam has occurred in the MultiPASS C70 while printing.
CLEAR PAPER JAM
Clear the paper jam (1 p. 13-6). Then press the Resume button to print
the pages stored in memory.
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CHANGE CARTRIDGE
n
❏ The MultiPASS C70 memory can store up to approximately 42
pages.*
❏ You can set the MultiPASS C70 not to store faxes in memory if a
problem occurs during reception. (1 MEMORY RX, pp. 14-11, 14-12)
❏ Once the pages are printed, they are deleted from memory.
❏ If the memory becomes full, you will not be able to receive the
remaining pages. Contact the other party and request that they send
the fax again.
* Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
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Cancelling Receiving
Follow this procedure if you want to stop receiving a fax before
reception is completed:
Stop
1. Press Stop.
Receiving Faxes
❏ The MultiPASS C70 asks you to confirm that you want to
cancel.
CANCEL? AYES #NO
YES=(A) NO=(#)
2. Press T to cancel receiving.
TX/RX CANCELLED
Ex:
TX/RX NO.
5003
❏ Receiving is not cancelled until you press T.
❏ If you change your mind and want to continue receiving, press #.
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Chapter 9
Special Features
❏ Special Dialling .........................................................................................9-2
• Dialling Through a Switchboard .......................................................9-2
Registering the Access Type and the Outside Line Access
Number Under the R Button ......................................................9-2
• Dialling a Long Distance Number (With Pauses) ...........................9-5
• Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialling ..........................................9-7
• Confirming a Dial Tone.......................................................................9-9
❏ Restricting Use of the MultiPASS C70.................................................9-10
• Enabling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70 ...................................9-10
• Cancelling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70 ................................9-12
Chapter 9
Special Features
9-1
Special Features
This chapter describes the special features of the MultiPASS C70.
Special Dialling
This section explains special dialling features, such as dialling through a
switchboard, dialling long distance numbers, switching temporarily to
tone dialling, and dial tone detection.
Dialling Through a Switchboard
A PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is an on-site telephone switchboard. If
your unit is connected through a PBX or other telephone switching
system, you have to dial the outside line access number first, and then
dial the number of the party you are calling.
To facilitate dialling through a switchboard, you can register the access
type as well as the outside line access number under the R button so
that you only need to press the Function button and the R button
before dialling the fax/telephone number you want to reach. The
procedure below explains how to register the R button.
Registering the Access Type and the Outside Line
Access Number Under the R Button
Follow this procedure to register the access type and the outside line
access number under the R button.
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
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Set
4. Press Set again.
DATE & TIME
08
02
5. Use d or u to select R-KEY SETTING.
R-KEY SETTING
Set
6. Press Set.
❏ The current setting is displayed.
08
02
Special Features
PSTN
7. Use d or u to select PBX.
PBX
Set
8. Press Set.
Ex:
08
02
HOOKING
9. Use d or u to select the access line type for the switching system.
EARTH CONNECTION
-orPREFIX
-orHOOKING
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If you selected HOOKING or EARTH CONNECTION in step 9:
10. Press Set.
Set
REPORT SETTINGS
11. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Stop
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
If you selected PREFIX in step 9:
10. Press Set.
Set
PREFIX
11. Press Set again.
Set
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
12. Use the numeric buttons to enter the outside line access number.
Ex:
123456
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
/Pause
❏ The outside line access number can be up to 20 digits long.
13. Press R (Redial)/Pause to enter a pause.
Ex:
Set
123456P
14. Press Set to register the outside line access number.
REPORT SETTINGS
Stop
15. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
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FaxOnly
Chapter 9
Dialling a Long Distance Number (With Pauses)
When you dial or register a long distance number, you may need to
insert a pause within and/or after the number. The length and location
of the pause depends on the telephone system of your country. Follow
the procedure below to dial a long distance number with pauses and
send a document using regular dialling:
n
Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
Special Features
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
0%
DOCUMENT READY
❏ If you are sending in colour to a fax machine with colour
capability, press Color/B&W to turn on its light. (1 p. 7-3)
❏ If necessary, you can adjust the resolution and contrast.
(1 pp. 7-4, 7-6)
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
6
WXYZ
TUV
8
9
0
#
2. Use the numeric buttons to dial the international access code.
Ex:
TEL=
00
❏ If you make a mistake during dialling, press Stop.
❏ For details on the international access code, contact your local
telephone company.
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/Pause
3. If necessary, press R (Redial)/Pause to enter a pause.
Ex:
TEL=
00P
❏ A pause entered within a number (p) is two seconds long.
❏ If you need a longer pause, you can press the R (Redial)/Pause
button again for another two-second pause. Alternatively, you
can change the length of the pause in the MID PAUSE SET
setting in the TX SETTINGS menu. (1 pp. 14-9, 14-10)
ABC
GHI
DEF
2
1
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
4. Use the numeric buttons to dial the country code, the area code,
and the fax/telephone number of the other party.
Ex:
TEL=00p8112345
❏ If you make a mistake during dialling, press Stop and start
again from step 2.
/Pause
5. When you have entered the fax/telephone number, if necessary
press R (Redial)/Pause to enter a pause.
Ex:
TEL=00p8112345P
❏ A pause at the end of a number (P) is fixed to ten seconds.
6. Press Start/Scan to begin scanning for sending.
Start / Scan
❏ You will see a series of brief messages showing details on the
transmission.
❏ To cancel the transmission once the unit has started to dial,
press Stop. The LCD display then asks you to confirm
cancelling. Press T to cancel sending. (1 p. 7-14)
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9-6
To take advantage of the speed dialling features of your unit, register
frequently used long distance numbers for one-touch or coded speed
dialling. (1 pp. 6-3, 6-11)
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Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialling
Many information services for banks, airline reservations, hotel
reservations, etc., require tone dialling for their services. If your unit is
connected to a rotary pulse line, follow this procedure to set the unit
temporarily for tone dialling:
1. Press Hook.
Hook
TEL=
❏ You can adjust the volume of the speaker. (1 LINE MONITOR
VOL, pp. 14-5, 14-6)
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
2. Use the numeric buttons to dial the telephone number of the
information service.
Ex:
TEL=
7654321
❏ The unit connects using the pulses required by your telephone
line.
Function
3. When the recorded message of the information service answers,
press Function.
4. Press Tone/+ to switch to tone dialling.
06
Ex:
Tone/+
TEL=
7654321T
❏ When Tone/+ is pressed, T is displayed in the LCD display.
❏ If you pressed Hook in step 1, you can pick up the handset if
you need to talk to the other party.
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❏ You can also lift the handset or the handset of the telephone
connected to your unit instead of pressing Hook.
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
5. Use the numeric buttons to enter the numbers requested by the
information service.
Ex:
TEL= 7654321TA34
❏ Numbers entered after pressing Tone/+ will be dialled using
tone dialling.
Hook
6. When you have finished, press Hook to disconnect the call.
❏ If you used the handset or telephone, hang up the handset to
disconnect the call.
❏ Tone dialling is cancelled when you disconnect the call.
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Chapter 9
Confirming a Dial Tone*
This feature allows you to set the MultiPASS C70 to listen for and detect
a dial tone in the middle of a fax/telephone number before dialling the
rest of the number. This is called Dial tone detection.
Use this feature only when you register a number (for speed dialling, for
example).
GHI
DEF
2
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
1. During speed dialling registration, when you come to a step that
requires you to enter a fax/telephone number for dialling, use the
numeric buttons to enter the first part of the number before dial
tone detection is required.
Ex:
Function
TEL=345_
Special Features
ABC
1
2. Press Function.
3. Press D.T. for dial tone detection.
09
Ex:
D.T.
TEL=345 • _
❏ A small dot shows where the MultiPASS C70 will wait for the
dial tone.
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
7
3
4. Use the numeric buttons to enter the rest of the number.
MNO
5
TUV
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
* This feature is not available in Australia and New Zealand.
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Restricting Use of the MultiPASS C70
By enabling the restriction feature of your MultiPASS C70, you can
prevent unauthorised people from making calls and sending faxes.
Enabling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70
To restrict use of the MultiPASS C70, you need to enable the LOCK
PHONE feature. To prevent access to the LOCK PHONE setting, you
need to register a password. Set the PASSWORD and LOCK PHONE
settings as follows:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select SYSTEM SETTINGS.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
UN/LOCK PHONE
Set
6. Press Set again.
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7. Press Set again.
Set
PASSWORD
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
3
JKL
4
PQRS
7
MNO
5
6
TUV
8. Use the numeric buttons to enter a four-digit password.
Ex:
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Set
_
PASSWORD
1234
9. Press Set.
LOCK PHONE
10. Press Set again.
Special Features
Set
OFF
08
02
11. Use d or u to select ON.
ON
Set
12. Press Set to register your setting.
DATE SETUP
Stop
13. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
Restriction of the MultiPASS C70 is now enabled. No one can make calls
or send faxes. (This setting does not restrict incoming calls and faxes.)
Chapter 9
Special Features
9-11
Cancelling Restriction of the MultiPASS C70
If you have previously set a password and enabled the LOCK PHONE
setting, follow this procedure to cancel restriction of the MultiPASS C70:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
3. Press Set.
Set
USER SETTINGS
08
4. Use d or u to select SYSTEM SETTINGS.
02
SYSTEM SETTINGS
5. Press Set.
Set
UN/LOCK PHONE
6. Press Set again.
Set
PASSWORD
ABC
GHI
DEF
2
1
JKL
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
9-12
3
MNO
6
_
7. Use the numeric buttons to enter the four-digit password you
previously registered.
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
Special Features
PASSWORD
Chapter 9
Set
8. Press Set.
PASSWORD
Set
9. Press Set again.
Ex:
PASSWORD
1234
❏ The currently set password will be displayed.
Set
10. Press Set again.
Set
Special Features
LOCK PHONE
11. Press Set again.
ON
08
02
12. Use d or u to select OFF.
OFF
Set
13. Press Set to register your setting.
DATE SETUP
Stop
14. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
15:00
FaxOnly
Restriction of the MultiPASS C70 is disabled. Anyone can make calls or
send faxes.
Chapter 9
Special Features
9-13
9-14
Special Features
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Making Copies
This chapter describes how to use your MultiPASS C70 to make copies
and explains how to adjust settings for copying and printing.
Documents You Can Copy ....................................................................10-2
Copying Documents ..............................................................................10-2
Setting the Paper Type for Colour Copying .......................................10-5
Setting the Length of the Bottom Margin for Colour Printing........10-7
Making Copies
❏
❏
❏
❏
Chapter 10
Making Copies
10-1
Documents You Can Copy
For information on the types of documents you can copy, their
requirements, and details on loading documents, refer to Chapter 4,
Document Handling.
Copying Documents
One of the MultiPASS C70’s convenient features is its ability to make up
to 99 high-quality black & white copies. It can also make one colour
copy of a document at a time.
To make copies, do the following:
n
Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your
document. (1 p. 4-5)
1. Prepare the document and load it, face down, in the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF). (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ The LCD display shows the following:
Currently used memory:
Standby to scan:
MEMORY USED
0%
DOCUMENT READY
2. Select colour or black & white copying.
Color / B&W
Color / B&W
10-2
❏ For colour copying, press Color/B&W to turn on its light.
❏ For black & white copying, make sure the Color/B&W button’s
light is off. If the Color/B&W button’s light is on, press
Color/B&W to turn it off.
Making Copies
Chapter 10
Copy
3. Press Copy.
❏ The display now shows COPY, the reduction size the copy will
be printed at (the default is 100%), and the number of copies
(the default is 1):
COPY
Color / B&W
100%
01
4. To change the copying resolution for colour copying, make sure the
Color/B&W button’s light is on, then press Resolution until the
resolution you want appears.
Resolution
COLOR DRAFT
COLOR FINE
COLOR SNAPSHOT
Color / B&W
Resolution
To change the copying resolution for black & white copying, make
sure the Color/B&W button’s light is off, then press Resolution
until the resolution you want appears.
B&W TEXT
B&W PHOTO
❏ When copying in colour:
• Use COLOR DRAFT resolution for 360 × 360 dpi.
• Use COLOR FINE resolution for 360 × 360 dpi; this results in
a much better quality reproduction, but takes longer than
other settings.
• Use COLOR SNAPSHOT when scanning photos that are less
than 102 mm wide. The resolution is 360 × 360 dpi.
❏ When copying in black & white:
• Use B&W TEXT resolution for copying most text documents.
• Use B&W PHOTO resolution when copying documents that
contain photographs. This scans areas of the document that
contain photos with 64 levels of grey, and results in a much
better reproduction of the photograph.
Chapter 10
Making Copies
10-3
Making Copies
-or-
n
Function
08
❏ When copying in colour, you can set the unit to print on plain paper
or high resolution paper. (1 p. 10-5)
❏ You cannot use the optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge to make black
& white copies.
❏ For copying speeds, see page A-7.
5. If you want to reduce the size of the copies, press Function.
6. Use d or u to select the reduction percentage you want.
❏ You can select 70%, 80%, 90%, or 100%.
02
Ex:
ABC
DEF
2
1
GHI
JKL
4
PQRS
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
6
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
COPY
80%
01
7. If you want to make multiple copies, use the numeric buttons to
enter the number of copies.
❏ You can make up to 99 black & white copies.
❏ You can only make one colour copy at a time.
Ex:
COPY
80%
05
8. Press Start/Scan to begin copying.
Start / Scan
COPY
❏ To stop copying, press Stop. You may then need to open the
operation panel to remove the document. (1 p. 13-4)
n
10-4
If MEMORY FULL appears in the display while you are making multiple
copies of a document, you will be unable to use the multiple copy
feature for copying the document. Instead, you will need to make single
copies of the document (as many times as required). To correct this
situation, print out any documents stored in memory. (1 p. 7-29)
Making Copies
Chapter 10
Setting the Paper Type for Colour Copying
For best results when copying in colour, adjust the MultiPASS C70 for
the type of paper you are using.
The default paper type setting is PLAIN PAPER.
Follow the procedure below:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
02
4. Use d or u to select PRINTER SETTINGS.
Making Copies
08
PRINTER SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
RX REDUCTION
08
02
6. Use d or u to select COLOR COPY MEDIA.
COLOR COPY MEDIA
Set
7. Press Set.
❏ The current paper type setting is displayed.
Ex:
Chapter 10
PLAIN PAPER
Making Copies
10-5
08
02
8. Use d or u to select the paper type setting you want for colour
copying.
Ex:
HIGH RES. PAPER
❏ You can select from the following settings:
• PLAIN PAPER
• HIGH RES. PAPER (High resolution paper)
Set
9. Press Set to register your setting.
BOTTOM MARGIN
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
10-6
Making Copies
15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 10
Setting the Length of the Bottom Margin for
Colour Printing
You can adjust the length of the bottom margin for colour copying,
colour printing, and colour reception.
The default margin length is NORMAL (21 mm).
Follow the procedure below:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
08
02
Making Copies
USER SETTINGS
4. Use d or u to select PRINTER SETTINGS.
PRINTER SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
RX REDUCTION
08
02
6. Use d or u to select BOTTOM MARGIN.
BOTTOM MARGIN
Set
7. Press Set.
The current setting is displayed.
Ex:
Chapter 10
NORMAL
Making Copies
10-7
08
02
8. Use d or u to select the length of the bottom margin for colour
copying, colour printing, and colour reception.
Ex:
SMALLER
❏ You can select from the following settings:
• NORMAL
The bottom margin is longer than the bottom margin of a
black & white printed page (21 mm).
• SMALLER
The bottom margin is the same length as the bottom margin
of a black & white printed page (7 mm).
Set
9. Press Set to register your setting.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby mode.
Ex:
10-8
Making Copies
15:00
FaxOnly
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Reports and Lists
This chapter shows you how to print lists and reports.
❏
❏
❏
❏
Reports and Lists
Summary of Lists and Reports .............................................................11-2
Summary of Abbreviations Used in Transaction Reports ................11-4
Activity Report ........................................................................................11-5
Transmission (TX) Reports ....................................................................11-6
• Error TX Report ..................................................................................11-6
• TX Report.............................................................................................11-6
• TX Report With First Page ................................................................11-7
❏ Multi-Transaction (TX/RX) Report ......................................................11-8
❏ Reception (RX) Reports..........................................................................11-9
• Error RX Report ..................................................................................11-9
• RX Report ............................................................................................11-9
❏ Memory Clear Report ..........................................................................11-10
Chapter 11
Reports and Lists
11-1
Summary of Lists and Reports
Shown below are the lists and reports that can be printed from your
MultiPASS C70. Most of the lists and reports can be found in this
section. However, you may also need to refer to other chapters for
details on some of them.
Activity Report (2 p. 11-5)
This report prints a list of the previous 20 transactions on your unit.
Transmission (TX) Reports
❏ Error TX Report (2 p. 11-6)
This report prints every time an error occurs during sending.
❏ TX Report (2 p. 11-6)
This report can be printed every time a document is sent.
❏ TX Report With First Page (2 p. 11-7)
This report can be printed as a reminder of the contents of a black &
white document sent using memory sending. (The TX Report cannot
be printed with a colour document.)
Reception (RX) Reports
❏ Error RX Report (2 p. 11-9)
This report prints every time an error occurs during fax reception.
❏ RX Report (2 p. 11-9)
This report can be printed every time a fax is received.
Multi TX/RX Report (2 p. 11-8)
This report prints if the transmission was a sequential broadcast.
Memory List/Report
❏ Doc. Memory List (2 p. 7-28)
This list prints details of all documents currently stored in memory.
❏ Memory Clear Report (2 pp. 11-10, 13-36)
This report prints when power is restored after a power cut. It
shows a list of the transactions deleted from memory.
11-2
Reports and Lists
Chapter 11
Speed Dialling Lists
❏ 1-Touch Spd Dial List (2 p. 6-27)
This list shows all the numbers and names registered under onetouch speed dialling buttons.
❏ Coded Speed Dial List (2 p. 6-28)
This list shows all the numbers and names registered under coded
speed dialling codes.
❏ Group Dial List (2 p. 6-30)
This list shows the groups registered under one-touch speed dialling
buttons and coded speed dialling codes.
User’s Data List (2 p. 3-18)
Reports and Lists
This list is used to check if the settings and sender information are set
correctly.
Chapter 11
Reports and Lists
11-3
Summary of Abbreviations Used in
Transaction Reports
Here is a summary of the abbreviations used in transaction reports.
ST. TIME
Represents the time the last attempt was made to
transmit a document.
USAGE T
Represents the amount of time it took to transmit. The
usage time is also printed in the Result column of the
Activity Report along with any error codes.
PGS.
Represents the total number of pages that were
successfully transmitted.
RESULT
OK means all pages were transmitted either during the
first attempt or after the first or second retry. The
default, which is two retries, can be changed.
(1 p. 7-20)
NG means that either some pages or no pages were
transmitted after two retries. The default, which is two
retries, can be changed. (1 p. 7-20)
11-4
Reports and Lists
Chapter 11
Activity Report
Follow this procedure to print a list of the previous 20 transactions:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Report.
07
ACTIVITY REPORT
Report
Set
3. Press Set.
PRINTING REPORT
The unit starts printing an Activity Report in the standard format with
all transactions listed chronologically.
27/12 2000 15:00 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
*****************************
ACTIVITY REPORT
***
***
*****************************
CONNECTION TEL
13:43
13:45
13:51
14:05
14:10
14:16
14:27
14:30
14:53
14:57
27/12 14:59
905 795
905 795
03 3758
2 887
905 795
2 887
20 545
20 545
03 3758
2 887
1111
1111
2111
0166
1111
0166
8545
8545
2111
0166
1 432 2060
CONNECTION ID
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
CANADA
CANADA
TOKYO
AUSTRALIA
CANADA
AUSTRALIA
EUROPA
EUROPA
TOKYO
AUSTRALIA
CANON OPTICS
NO.
5001
5002
0001
0001
5003
5004
0002
0003
5005
0004
MODE
PGS.
AUTO RX
AUTO RX
B’CAST
B’CAST
AUTO RX
AUTO RX
TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
AUTO RX
TRANSMIT
ECM
ECM
ECM
ECM
ECM
ECM
COL
COL
ECM
COL
0005 TRANSMIT
COL
1
1
3
3
1
4
1
1
1
3
RESULT
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
NG
3
0 NG
0
00’33
00’24
01’18
01’18
00’18
00’59
01’20
04’12
01’16
00’51
STOP
00’01
#018
Reports and Lists
ST. TIME
27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
A 27/12
27/12
27/12
A
TRANSACTION NUMBER
IF MARKED WITH
AN ASTERISK,THE
ENTRY HAS
APPEARED ON A
PREVIOUS REPORT.
TRANSACTION MODE
COLOUR TRANSACTION
TRANSACTION VIA ERROR CORRECTION MODE
THE NUMBER OF THE PAGE WITH AN ERROR
ERROR CODE: DESCRIBES THE NATURE OF THE ERROR
THE Stop BUTTON WAS PRESSED DURING THE
TRANSACTION.
Chapter 11
Reports and Lists
11-5
Transmission (TX) Reports
For details on enabling or disabling printing of the transmission report,
refer to the TX REPORT setting in the REPORT SETTINGS menu.
(1 pp. 14-7, 14-8)
Error TX Report
The MultiPASS C70 is set to print a report if an error occurs during sending.
This is the default setting for the TX REPORT setting. (1 TX REPORT,
pp. 14-7, 14-8)
27/12 2000 14:59 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
*******************************
ERROR TX REPORT
***
***
*******************************
TX FUNCTION WAS NOT COMPLETED
TX/RX NO
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
ST. TIME
USAGE T
PGS. SENT
RESULT
0003*
1 432 2060
Canon OPTICS
27/12 14:59
00’00
0
NG
#018 BUSY/NO SIGNAL
TX Report
You can change the TX REPORT setting to print a transmission (TX)
report for every document you send. (1 TX REPORT, pp. 14-7, 14-8)
27/12 2000 14:59 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
***********************
TX REPORT
***
***
***********************
TRANSMISSION OK
TX/RX NO
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
ST. TIME
USAGE T
PGS. SENT
RESULT
0003*
1 432 2060
Canon OPTICS
27/12 14:59
00’18
1
OK
* For colour transmissions, the message “:COLOR TX” is printed next to the
TX/RX NO.
11-6
Reports and Lists
Chapter 11
TX Report With First Page
You can adjust the TX REPORT setting to print the first part of the
document on the transmission report to remind you of the content of the
document (1 PRINT WITH IMAGE, pp. 14-7, 14-8). This is only effective
when you send documents in black & white using memory sending.
27/12 2000 14:59 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
***********************
*** TX REPORT
***
***********************
TRANSMISSION OK
TX/RX NO
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
ST. TIME
USAGE T
PGS. SENT
RESULT
WHEN YOU
SET THE FAX
TO PRINT
THE FIRST
PAGE OF THE
DOCUMENT
0004
20 545 8545
Canon EUROPA
27/12 14:59
00’18
1
OK
THE SLEREXE COMPANY LIMITED
SAPORS LANE•BOOLE•DORSET•BH25 8ER
TELEPHONE BOOLE (945 13) 51617 – FAX 123456
Our Ref. 350/PJC/EAC
27 December, 2000
n
Chapter 11
The TX Report cannot be printed with a colour document. The message
“The color fax image is not printed on this report.” will print instead.
Reports and Lists
11-7
Reports and Lists
Dr. P. N. Cundall,
Mining Surveys Ltd.,
Holroyd Road,
Reading,
Berks.
Multi-Transaction (TX/RX) Report
If the transmission was a sequential broadcast, then a Multi TX/RX
Report is printed.
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
********************************
MULTI TX/RX REPORT
***
***
********************************
TX/RX NO
PGS.
TX/RX INCOMPLETE
TRANSACTION OK
ERROR INFORMATION
0054*
1
–––––
[
01]905 795 1111
[ A 01]03 3758 2111
[ A 02]1 49 39 25 25
–––––
Canon CANADA
Canon TOKYO
Canon FRANCE
* For colour transmissions, the message “:COLOR TX” is printed next to the
TX/RX NO.
11-8
Reports and Lists
Chapter 11
Reception (RX) Reports
Error RX Report
You can set the MultiPASS C70 to print a reception (RX) report when an
error occurs during reception. (1 RX REPORT, pp. 14-7, 14-8)
27/12 2000 14:59 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
***********************
*** RX REPORT ***
***********************
INCOMPLETE RECEPTION
TX/RX NO
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
ST. TIME
USAGE T
PGS.
RESULT
5003*
1 432 2060
Canon OPTICS
27/12 14:59
00’04
0
NG
STOP
RX Report
You can set the MultiPASS C70 to print a reception (RX) report every
time you receive a fax. (1 RX REPORT, pp. 14-7, 14-8)
CANON
001
Reports and Lists
27/12 2000 14:59 FAX 123 4567
***********************
*** RX REPORT
***
***********************
RECEPTION OK
TX/RX NO
CONNECTION TEL
CONNECTION ID
ST. TIME
USAGE T
PGS.
RESULT
5004*
905 795 1111
Canon CANADA
27/12
14:59
01’59
4
OK
* For colour receptions, the message “:COLOR RX” is printed next to the
TX/RX NO.
Chapter 11
Reports and Lists
11-9
Memory Clear Report
If a power cut occurs, all documents stored in memory will be deleted.
When power is restored to the MultiPASS C70, the Memory Clear
Report will automatically be printed out listing the documents that were
deleted from memory as a result of the power cut.
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
************************************
MEMORY CLEAR REPORT
***
***
************************************
MEMORY FILES DELETED
TX/RX NO
11-10
MODE
0023
B’CAST
0024
TRANSMIT
Reports and Lists
CONNECTION TEL/ID
COL
[
01] Canon CANADA
[
05] Canon OPTICS
[A 32] Canon UK
PGS.
SET TIME
3
27/12
16:03
1
27/12
16:08
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Maintenance
Your MultiPASS C70 requires no maintenance other than periodic
cleaning, and replacement of BJ cartridges or BJ tanks.
Maintenance
❏ MultiPASS C70 Guidelines....................................................................12-2
❏ Periodic Cleaning ...................................................................................12-4
• Cleaning the Outside of the MultiPASS C70 .................................12-4
• Cleaning the MultiPASS C70’s Interior...........................................12-5
Cleaning Inside the Printer Cover ..............................................12-5
Cleaning the Scanner Components.............................................12-8
Cleaning the Rollers ....................................................................12-11
❏ BJ Cartridge ...........................................................................................12-12
• BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks.............................................................12-12
Maintenance .................................................................................12-14
• Testing and Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head.....................12-15
Printing the Nozzle Check Pattern ...........................................12-15
Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head......................................12-17
• When to Replace the BJ Cartridge.................................................12-18
• Replacing the BJ Cartridge .............................................................12-19
• Replacing a BJ Tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ Cartridge ............12-26
❏ Transporting the MultiPASS C70 .......................................................12-32
Chapter 12
Maintenance
12-1
MultiPASS C70 Guidelines
Follow these guidelines to avoid damage to your MultiPASS C70 and
harm to you or others:
❏ Place the MultiPASS C70 on a stable surface. Do not use an angled
stand. Avoid setting the unit in direct sunlight.
❏ Do not install the MultiPASS C70 near devices that contain magnets
or generate magnetic fields, such as speakers.
❏ Do not subject the MultiPASS C70 to strong physical shock or
vibration.
❏ Make sure the area where you use the unit is free from dust.
❏ Keep the MultiPASS C70 clean. Dust accumulation can prevent the
unit from operating properly.
❏ To ensure proper electrical contact, make sure the unit is firmly
plugged in.
❏ Never pull on the cord to unplug the MultiPASS C70. Pull on the
plug itself.
❏ Do not overload the electrical outlet where the MultiPASS C70 is
plugged in.
❏ For your safety, unplug the MultiPASS C70 during electrical storms.
❏ To avoid damage to the unit from overheating, do not block the
exhaust vent. Install the unit approximately 10 cm away from walls
and other equipment.
12-2
Maintenance
Chapter 12
❏ Always lift the MultiPASS C70 as shown below. Never lift it by its
multi-purpose tray, document support, document tray, extension, or
handset cradle.
Also, please note the following:
❏ When the power cord is disconnected, the image memory is
completely erased. Therefore, before you begin cleaning the
MultiPASS C70, be sure to print any faxes stored in its memory.
(1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28)
Maintenance
❏ If you disconnect the MultiPASS C70 while it is waiting to send a
document, you will have to set the MultiPASS C70 to send your
document again once the unit is reconnected.
Chapter 12
Maintenance
12-3
Periodic Cleaning
Your MultiPASS C70 requires little periodic maintenance. Follow these
guidelines to keep your MultiPASS C70 in good operating condition:
❏ Before you clean the MultiPASS C70, be sure to print any faxes
stored in memory.
❏ Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for
cleaning; they can stick to the components or generate static charges.
❏ Be sure to disconnect the power cord before cleaning the unit.
Cleaning the Outside of the MultiPASS C70
Clean the MultiPASS C70’s outer casing as follows:
n
When the power cord is disconnected, the image memory is completely
erased. Therefore, before you begin cleaning the MultiPASS C70, be sure
to print any faxes stored in its memory. (1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28)
1. Disconnect the power cord from the MultiPASS C70.
2. Wipe the MultiPASS C70’s exterior with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water or diluted dishwashing detergent solution.
c
Never use volatile liquids such as thinners, benzene, acetone, or any
other chemical cleaner to clean the interior of the MultiPASS C70, as
they can damage its components.
3. Plug the power cord back in.
12-4
Maintenance
Chapter 12
Cleaning the MultiPASS C70’s Interior
Cleaning Inside the Printer Cover
To prevent ink spots and paper dust from accumulating inside the
MultiPASS C70 and affecting print quality, clean the unit’s print area
periodically as follows:
c
Never use volatile liquids such as thinners, benzene, acetone, or any
other chemical cleaner to clean the interior of the MultiPASS C70, as
they can damage its components.
n
When the power cord is disconnected, the image memory is completely
erased. Therefore, before you begin cleaning the MultiPASS C70, be sure
to print any faxes stored in its memory. (1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28)
1. Disconnect the power cord from the MultiPASS C70.
2. Open the printer cover by grasping the document guides and
lifting.
❏ If the printer cover does not open easily, slide the document
guides outwards and then open the printer cover.
DOCUMENT GUIDE
Maintenance
DOCUMENT GUIDE
Chapter 12
Maintenance
12-5
c
Do not touch the round shaft, guide rail, or ribbon cable. Touching
these parts may adversely affect operation of the unit and /or cause
print quality deterioration.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
ROUND SHAFT
DO NOT TOUCH THE
GUIDE RAIL
DO NOT TOUCH THE
RIBBON CABLE
3. Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth to remove any ink or paper
debris from the unit’s interior, especially around the platen. Be
careful not to touch the BJ cartridge.
12-6
Maintenance
Chapter 12
4. Check the small black rollers. If they are dirty, clean them with a
soft, dry toothbrush.
5. When finished, close the printer cover.
Maintenance
6. Plug the unit back in.
Chapter 12
Maintenance
12-7
Cleaning the Scanner Components
Periodically check and clean the scanner components as explained
below.
n
When the power cord is disconnected, the image memory is completely
erased. Therefore, before you begin cleaning the MultiPASS C70, be sure
to print any faxes stored in its memory. (1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28)
1. Disconnect the power cord from the MultiPASS C70.
2. Open the operation panel by gently pulling it towards you.
12-8
Maintenance
Chapter 12
3. Clean the components as described below.
SEPARATION GUIDE
SCANNING GLASS
WHITE SHEET
SEPARATION ROLLER
Separation roller
Use a soft, dry, clean cloth to wipe the roller.
White sheet and scanning glass
Use a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water to clean the
the white sheet and scanning glass, then wipe them with a soft,
dry, lint-free cloth.
Separation guide
Wipe with a dry, soft cloth.
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❏ If the scanning components are dirty, the documents you send or
print will also be dirty.
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Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for
cleaning; they can stick to the components or generate static charges.
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❏ Be sure to use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the components.
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4. Clean the shaded areas of the operation panel.
❏ Dirt and dust particles that collect on the underside of the
operation panel affect the quality of the documents you copy or
send.
5. Use a soft, dry, clean cloth to wipe up paper dust from the areas
(shaded) surrounding the separation roller.
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6. When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it
down from the centre as shown.
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Be sure to close the operation panel until it locks into place, or the unit
will not function properly.
7. Plug the unit back in.
Cleaning the Rollers
Maintenance
You will need to clean the unit’s rollers after using a package of High
Resolution Paper HR-101. This process removes paper dust from the
printer’s rollers, preventing paper feed problems. For details, refer to
Using the Cleaning Sheet on page 5-22.
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BJ Cartridge
BJ Cartridges and BJ Tanks
Canon offers several BJ cartridges and BJ tanks for use in the MultiPASS
C70.
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(Included with the MultiPASS C70)
Contains the print head unit and two
replaceable BJ tanks, one colour (cyan,
magenta, yellow) and one black. You can
replace the BJ tanks without replacing the
print head unit when you run out of ink.
❏ BX-20 Black BJ Cartridge
(Included with the MultiPASS C70)*
Contains the print head unit and black ink
only. Use this optional cartridge when you
will be printing with black ink only and for
fast, five pages per minute printing. When
you run out of ink, you replace the complete
cartridge.
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Replace the black BJ tank in the BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge when the black ink runs
out.
❏ BCI-21 Colour BJ Tank
(Sold separately)
Replace the colour BJ tank in the BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge when the colour ink
runs out.
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
** Depending on the country of purchase, the BCI-21 Black BJ tank may be
included with your MultiPASS C70.
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❏ BC-22e Photo BJ Cartridge
(Sold separately)
Contains the print head unit and colour and
black inks. Use this optional BJ cartridge
when you want to produce photo-realistic
colour printing. When used with Canon’s
High Resolution Paper HR-101, this BJ
cartridge produces images comparable to
photographs. When you run out of ink, you
replace the complete cartridge.
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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❏ For optimum printing results and to avoid printing problems, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, the
Canon BX-20 Black BJ cartridge, or the optional Canon BC-22e Photo
BJ cartridge with your MultiPASS C70.*
❏ When replacing BJ tanks in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BCI-21 Colour and the Canon
BCI-21 Black BJ tanks.
Maintenance
The most important thing you can do to extend the life of your
MultiPASS C70 and to ensure optimum print quality is to take care of
the BJ cartridges.
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Spilled ink can stain any surface. Open BJ cartridges and BJ tanks
carefully, and follow the guidelines here to protect against spilled ink.
❏ If you are using both the BC-21e Colour and BX-20 Black BJ
cartridges, be sure to store the unused BJ cartridge in the SB-21 BJ
cartridge container provided with your MultiPASS C70. You may
have to purchase additional BJ cartridge containers to store optional
BJ cartridges.*
❏ Keep BJ cartridges and BJ tanks in their sealed containers until you
are ready to use them.
❏ Do not remove the BJ tanks from the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
unnecessarily. This may cause the ink to clog.
❏ Make sure both BJ tanks are installed in the BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge. Attempting to use the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge with
only one BJ tank installed may cause the ink to clog.
❏ If spilled, the ink is difficult to remove. Therefore, keep the BJ
cartridge and BJ tanks out of the reach of children.
❏ Do not touch the print head area on the BJ cartridge. Ink may leak
out and cause stains.
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Hold the BJ cartridge by its sides only. Do not touch the print head,
the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
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* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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Testing and Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head
The print head in the BJ cartridge contains nozzles through which ink is
propelled onto the paper. To maintain the best possible print quality,
these nozzles need to be cleaned from time to time. Your MultiPASS C70
is equipped with a print head cleaning function that does this.
Printing the Nozzle Check Pattern
Before cleaning the print head, you may want to print the nozzle check
pattern to test the BJ cartridge installed in the MultiPASS C70. This test
shows if each print head nozzle is operating properly.
Follow this procedure to print the nozzle check pattern:
Function
1. Press Function.
2. Press Cleaning.
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NOZZLE CHECK
Cleaning
Set
3. Press Set.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 prints the nozzle check pattern.
When the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge is installed, the pattern includes
all four colours; yellow, magenta, cyan, and black. In the colour pattern,
you will notice that lines are missing between the colours. This is
normal.
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The following sample shows the nozzle check pattern when the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge is installed:
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If results are unsatisfactory, clean the BJ cartridge print head as
explained on the next page. Then print the nozzle check pattern again to
check the BJ cartridge.
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Cleaning the BJ Cartridge Print Head
If your printouts become faint or streaked, or if their quality otherwise
deteriorates, clean the print head. To maintain the best possible print
quality, you need to clean the BJ cartridge print head from time to time.
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Function
If your printing is faint, you can often correct the problem by adjusting
the print contrast and printing speed.
1. Press Function.
2. Press Cleaning.
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Cleaning the print head consumes a small amount of ink. Cleaning
too often reduces the amount of ink in the BJ cartridge.
Cleaning
NOZZLE CHECK
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3. Use d or u to select HEAD CLEANING.
HEAD CLEANING
Set
4. Press Set.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 cleans the print head.
When cleaning ends, the MultiPASS C70 returns to standby mode.
You can perform the cleaning procedure up to five consecutive times if
necessary.
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You can print the nozzle check pattern to see if cleaning corrected the
problem. (1 p. 12-15)
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Maintenance
If the problem persists, install a new BJ cartridge.
When to Replace the BJ Cartridge
How frequently you need to replace your MultiPASS C70’s BJ cartridge
or one of its BJ tanks depends on how you use your MultiPASS C70. If
you print a good deal of graphics, halftones, or greyscales, you will
need to replace the BJ cartridge more often than if you print mainly text.
(See page A-12 for details on the life expectancy of BJ cartridges.)
To help ensure the maximum life for your cartridges, always follow the
guidelines for cartridge maintenance given on page 12-14.
In general, you will need to replace the BJ cartridge in the following
situations:
❏ If you have been using the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge for over six
months, or the BX-20 Black BJ cartridge for over a year.
❏ If your printed output is not crisp and clear or has gaps in the
characters (missing dots), even after you have cleaned the print head
five times as described on page 12-17.
❏ If your colour printouts appear to be missing a colour, even after
you have cleaned the print head five times as described on page
12-17.
❏ If the message CHANGE CARTRIDGE appears in the LCD display.
In general, you will need to replace an ink tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge in the following situations:
❏ If your output is blank.
❏ If your colour printouts appear to be missing a colour, even after
you have cleaned the print head five times as described on page
12-17.
❏ If the message BLACK INK EMPTY or COLOR INK EMPTY appears
in the LCD display.
Use the procedure on the following page to replace an old BJ cartridge
or change the BJ cartridge to a different one.
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You only need to replace the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge when the print
head is damaged (or after printing approximately 2000 pages). If one of
the BJ tanks (either colour or black) in your BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
runs out of ink, refer to the procedure on page 12-26 to replace the BJ
tank.
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❏ For optimum printing results and to avoid printing problems, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, the
Canon BX-20 Black BJ cartridge, or the optional Canon BC-22e Photo
BJ cartridge with your MultiPASS C70.*
❏ When replacing BJ tanks in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge, Canon
recommends that you use the Canon BCI-21 Colour and the Canon
BCI-21 Black BJ tanks.
Replacing the BJ Cartridge
Replace the BJ print cartridge as follows:
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The steps in this section show replacing the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
with the BX-20 Black BJ cartridge. However, please note that the procedure
is the same for replacing the optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge.*
* The BJ cartridges included with your MultiPASS C70 may vary depending on
the country of purchase.
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1. Make sure the MultiPASS C70 is plugged in.
2. Open the printer cover by grasping the document guides and lifting.
❏ If the printer cover does not open easily, slide the document
guides outwards and then open the printer cover.
DOCUMENT GUIDE
DOCUMENT GUIDE
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Do not touch the round shaft, guide rail, or ribbon cable. Touching
these parts may adversely affect operation of the unit and /or cause
print quality deterioration.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
ROUND SHAFT
DO NOT TOUCH THE
GUIDE RAIL
DO NOT TOUCH THE
RIBBON CABLE
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3. Press C .
❏ The cartridge holder moves to the centre of the unit.
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❏ Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder as this
may damage the MultiPASS C70.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 includes an automatic protection feature that
helps keep it from overheating. If the cartridge holder does not
move, unplug the MultiPASS C70 and let it cool for several
minutes. When it has cooled, plug it in again, and press the C
button to move the cartridge holder.
Maintenance
4. Raise the blue cartridge lock lever (on the cartridge holder) by
gently pulling up on it.
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Hold the BJ cartridge by its sides only. Do not touch the print head,
the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
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5. Remove and dispose of the BJ cartridge, or store it in the BJ
cartridge container.
❏ If disposing of the BJ cartridge, you may want to place it in a
plastic bag to keep any residual ink from spilling.
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6. Peel the cover off the new BJ cartridge’s protective packaging, and
remove the BJ cartridge.
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the sharp edges around the print head, the silver plate on the bottom
of the BJ cartridge, or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
HOLD HERE
PRINT HEAD
DO NOT TOUCH
CAP
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7. Lift the orange cap off the BJ cartridge’s print head, then remove
the orange tape.
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❏ Spilled ink can stain any surface; protect yourself and your work area.
❏ Discard the cap and tape immediately. Never attempt to reattach the
cap or tape to the print head, or you can adversely affect the ink flow
or quality of the ink colour.
8. Hold the BJ cartridge so that its label faces outwards, then slide it
into the cartridge holder.
❏ Be careful not to touch the silver plate on the bottom of the BJ
cartridge or the silver metal or circuit area on its side.
9. Lower the blue cartridge lock lever completely.
❏ Do not use excessive force.
❏ The BJ cartridge is now locked into position.
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10. Press C .
❏ The cartridge holder moves to its home position on the right
side of the unit and begins cleaning the print head. This process
takes about 55 seconds.
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damage the MultiPASS C70.
11. Close the printer cover.
Maintenance
n
Unplug the MultiPASS C70 only when it is in standby mode (time and
receive mode shown in the LCD display). Do not unplug the MultiPASS
C70 when the cartridge holder is not in its home position on the right. If
you unplug the unit while it is printing, or move the cartridge holder
from its home position, the BJ cartridge will not be capped and can dry
out.
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Replacing a BJ Tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ Cartridge
The LCD display will indicate which BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge needs replacing:
Message
Action
BLACK INK EMPTY
COLOR INK EMPTY
Replace the BCI-21 Black BJ tank (right tank).
Replace the BCI-21 Colour BJ tank (left tank).
Leave the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge in the MultiPASS C70 when
replacing a BJ tank.
1. Make sure the MultiPASS C70 is plugged in.
2. Open the printer cover by grasping the document guides and
lifting.
❏ If the printer cover does not open easily, slide the document
guides outwards and then open the printer cover.
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DOCUMENT GUIDE
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these parts may adversely affect operation of the unit and /or cause
print quality deterioration.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
ROUND SHAFT
DO NOT TOUCH THE
GUIDE RAIL
DO NOT TOUCH THE
RIBBON CABLE
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3. Press C .
❏ The cartridge holder moves to the centre of the unit.
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❏ Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder as this
may damage the MultiPASS C70.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 includes an automatic protection feature that
helps keep it from overheating. If the cartridge holder does not
move, unplug the MultiPASS C70 and let it cool for several
minutes. When it has cooled, plug it in again, and press the C
button to move the cartridge holder.
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BCI–21 COLOUR
BJ TANK
Color Slot
Black Slot
Ink
Cartridge
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Made in
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BCI–21 BLACK
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Color BJ
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BC-21e
4. Remove the empty BJ tank by grasping the tab on the top of the
empty BJ tank and pulling forward to release it. Then lift out the BJ
tank from the BJ cartridge.
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5. Dispose of the BJ tank properly.
❏ You may want to place it in a plastic bag to keep any residual
ink from spilling.
6. Take the new BJ tank out of its bag and remove its orange cap.
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7. Slide the new BJ tank into the empty slot.
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9. If you need to replace the other tank, repeat steps 4 to 8. (1 p. 12-28)
10. Press C .
❏ The cartridge holder moves to its home position on the right
side of the unit and begins cleaning the print head. This process
takes about 55 seconds.
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damage the MultiPASS C70.
11. Close the printer cover.
Maintenance
n
Unplug the MultiPASS C70 only when it is in standby mode (time and
receive mode shown in the LCD display). Do not unplug the MultiPASS
C70 when the cartridge holder is not in its home position on the right. If
you unplug the unit while it is printing, or move the cartridge holder
from its home position, the BJ cartridge will not be capped and can dry
out.
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Transporting the MultiPASS C70
Whenever you plan to transport the MultiPASS C70, you need to
prepare it so it will not be damaged during the move.
1. DO NOT remove the BJ cartridge from the unit.
2. Make sure the cartridge holder is in its home position on the right
side of the unit.
❏ If it is not in its home position, press the C button (inside the
unit).
3. With the cartridge holder on the right side of the unit, tape the BJ
cartridge and cartridge holder to the side of the unit.
4. Disconnect the power cord.
5. Disconnect the handset or telephone. Disconnect the extension
phone, answering machine, or modem (if using them). Then
disconnect the telephone line and the parallel cable to the PC.
6. Remove the document tray. Then, remove the extension from the
document tray. (1 p. 2-13)
7. Remove the document support. (1 p. 2-12)
8. Remove the handset, handset cradle, and cradle support from the
MultiPASS C70. (1 Appendix B, Handset)
9. Replace all tapes and shipping materials you removed when you
first unpacked the MultiPASS C70. (1 p. 2-9)
10. Pack the MultiPASS C70 and all its components into its original
shipping carton. Use the illustration on page 2-6 for reference.
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❏ Do not remove the BJ cartridge from the MultiPASS C70 or ship a BJ
cartridge or a BJ tank from which you have removed the protective
cap. An opened BJ cartridge or BJ tank that is not installed in the
MultiPASS C70 or the BJ cartridge container may leak, and the print
head may dry out. Also, if you do not tape the BJ cartridge to the
side of the unit, ink may spill into the unit.
❏ If you no longer have the shipping carton your MultiPASS C70 came
in, pack the unit in a suitably sized, sturdy cardboard box, using
bubble wrap or other suitable packing materials. (If you use foam
peanuts, be sure to wrap the unit in plastic first to prevent the
packing materials from entering any openings on the unit.)
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If your MultiPASS C70 is not operating properly, use the information
and suggestions in this chapter to try and resolve the problem.
❏ If You Cannot Solve the Problem .........................................................13-2
❏ Clearing Jams ..........................................................................................13-4
• Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) ..........................13-4
• Jams in the Multi-Purpose Tray .......................................................13-6
❏ LCD Messages.........................................................................................13-7
❏ Paper Feeding Problems......................................................................13-16
❏ Faxing Problems ...................................................................................13-18
• Sending Problems ............................................................................13-18
• Receiving Problems..........................................................................13-20
❏ Telephone Problems .............................................................................13-23
❏ Copying Problems ................................................................................13-24
❏ Print Quality Problems ........................................................................13-25
❏ Printing Problems .................................................................................13-27
❏ Colour Printing and Colour Copying Problems..............................13-32
❏ General Problems..................................................................................13-35
❏ If a Power Cut Occurs..........................................................................13-36
Chapter 13
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
If You Cannot Solve the Problem
If you have a problem with your MultiPASS C70 and you cannot resolve
it by referring to the information in this chapter, contact your local
authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Canon’s support personnel are trained in the technical support of
Canon’s products and should be able to help you with your problem.
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Attempting to repair the MultiPASS C70 yourself may void the limited
warranty.
If the MultiPASS C70 makes strange noises, emits smoke or strange
smells, unplug it immediately and contact your local authorised
Canon dealer or the Canon help line. Do not attempt to disassemble
or repair the unit yourself.
If you need to contact Canon directly, make sure you have the following
information:
❏ Product name
MultiPASS C70
❏ Serial number
The serial number is located on the label on the back of the unit.
CANON INC.
HXXXXX
XXXX
SERIAL No. X X X X X X X
❏ MultiPASS Desktop Manager version number
The version number of the MultiPASS Desktop Manager is included
in the About information. In the Desktop Manager, click Help and
then click About.
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❏ Place of purchase
❏ Nature of problem
❏ Steps you have taken to solve the problem and the results
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Clearing Jams
On occasion, the document feeding into the MultiPASS C70’s Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF) or the paper in its multi-purpose tray may
misfeed or jam. If this happens, you can usually fix the problem using
one of the procedures described in this section.
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You do not need to unplug the MultiPASS C70 while clearing paper
jams.
Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Use this procedure if the document in the MultiPASS C70’s Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF) jams or misfeeds. (If this occurs, the message
CHECK DOCUMENT appears in the LCD display.)
Stop
1. Press Stop.
2. Open the operation panel by gently pulling it towards you.
❏ It opens only slightly.
❏ Do not try to pull the document out without opening the
operation panel or you may tear or smudge the document.
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3. While holding the operation panel, remove the document.
❏ Pull it in either direction, but do not force it.
❏ If a multipage document is loaded, remove the entire document
from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
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If the paper does not pull out easily, do not force it. Contact your local
authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
4. When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it
down from the centre.
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Be sure to close the operation panel until it locks into place. Otherwise
the unit will not function properly.
5. Press Resume to clear the error message, then start the operation
again. Be sure to fan and stack your document before reinserting
the stack in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
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Jams in the Multi-Purpose Tray
Use this procedure if the recording paper jams or misfeeds in the multipurpose tray. If this happens, the message CLEAR PAPER JAM appears
in the display.
1. Gently pull any jammed paper out of the unit as shown.
❏ You can hold the document tray up for easy access to the
jammed paper.
2. Remove the paper stack from the multi-purpose tray and reload it.
(1 p. 2-40)
❏ Make sure you push the paper to the back and right of the
multi-purpose tray, and that the stack is not higher than the
paper limit mark ( P ).
Resume
3. Press Resume to clear the error message.
❏ If you are printing from a Windows® application, follow the
instructions displayed by the software on your PC.
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If the paper jam occurred while a fax was being received into the
MultiPASS C70’s memory, that fax will print automatically when the
jam is cleared and you press the Resume button.
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The following messages are displayed in the LCD display when the
MultiPASS C70 is performing a function or encounters an error. The
error code appears in the Activity Report. (1 p. 11-5)
Message
Error Code
Cause
Action
AUTO REDIAL
—
The unit is waiting to
redial the other party’s
number because the
line was busy or the
other party did not
answer when you tried
to send the document.
Wait for the unit to
try redialling. If that
does not work, wait
until the unit starts to
dial the number, then
press the Stop button
to cancel redialling.
Try to send the
document again at a
later time.
BLACK INK EMPTY
—
The BCI-21 Black BJ
tank in the BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge is
empty or its ink may
have dried out.
Clean the BJ cartridge
print head
(1 p. 12-17). If the
message remains in
the LCD display,
replace the BJ tank
(1 p. 12-26). The unit
will then print
automatically any
faxes received in
memory.
BUSY/NO SIGNAL
#005/018
The telephone number
you dialled is busy.
Try sending the
document at a later
time.
The fax number dialled
was incorrect.
Check the fax number
and dial again.
The other party’s fax
machine is not
working.
Contact the other
party and have them
check their fax
machine.
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LCD Messages
Message
Error Code
BUSY/NO SIGNAL
(Ctd.)
Cause
Action
The other party is not
using a G3 machine.
Contact the other
party and ask them to
send or receive the
document using a G3
machine.
The touch tone/rotary
pulse setting on your
unit is incorrect.
Set your unit to the
setting that matches
your telephone line.
(1 p. 3-19)
The receiving fax
machine did not
answer within 55
seconds.
Contact the other
party and have them
check their fax
machine. You can try
to send the document
manually (1 p. 7-12).
For an overseas call,
add pauses to the
registered number.
(1 p. 9-5)
CALLING
—
The unit is calling the
other party’s fax
machine.
If you want to cancel
the transmission,
press the Stop
button.
CARTRIDGE JAMMED
—
The cartridge holder
cannot move. This is
normally due to a
paper jam.
Clear the paper jam
or whatever is
obstructing the
cartridge holder and
then press the
Resume button. Do
not attempt to move
the cartridge holder
manually.
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Error Code
#052
The BJ cartridge is
empty or its ink may
have dried out.
Cause
Clean the BJ
cartridge print
head (1 p. 12-17).
If the message
remains in the
LCD display, replace
the BJ cartridge
(1 p. 12-19). The
unit will then print
automatically any
faxes received in
memory.
Action
CHECK DOCUMENT
#001
The document is
jammed in the
Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF).
Remove the
document you are
trying to send or
copy and start again.
The document feed
lever is set to manual
document feed (m) for
a multipage document.
Set the document
feed lever to
automatic document
feed (a). (1 p. 4-5)
CHECK PAPER SIZE
—
The size of the paper
in the multi-purpose
tray and that specified
in the PAPER SIZE
setting are different.
Set the correct paper
size in the PAPER
SIZE setting.
(1 PAPER SIZE,
pp. 14-13, 14-14)
CHECK PRINTER
—
There may be an
obstruction that is not
allowing the cartridge
holder mechanism to
move right or left.
Check for a paper
clip or that the
plastic orange cap
is removed from
the BJ cartridge.
Check also for a
paper jam and clear
the jam if necessary.
Then press the
Resume button and
try your operation
again.
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Message
CHANGE CARTRIDGE
Message
Error Code
CHECK PRINTER
(Ctd.)
Cause
Action
The BJ cartridge may
be defective.
Press the Resume
button. Reinstall the
BJ cartridge and try
your operation again.
In either case, if the
error does not clear,
try unplugging the
unit. Wait several
minutes, then plug it
back in. Also, try
installing a new BJ
cartridge.
CLEAR PAPER JAM
—
There is a paper jam.
Clear the paper jam
(1 p. 13-6) and
reload paper in the
multi-purpose tray.
Press the Resume
button.
COLOR INK EMPTY
—
The BCI-21 Colour BJ
tank in the BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge is
empty or its ink may
have dried out.
Clean the BJ cartridge
print head
(1 p. 12-17). If the
message remains in
the LCD display,
replace the BJ tank
(1 p. 12-26). The unit
will then print
automatically any
faxes received in
memory.
CONVERT CLR>B&W?
—
The unit is confirming
that it is all right to
print a colour
document in memory
with the BX-20 Black BJ
cartridge in black &
white.
Press the T button to
print the colour
document in black &
white, or press the #
button to cancel
printing.
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DOC. TOO LONG
Error Code
Cause
Action
—
The unit is dialling the
receiving fax machine.
Press the Stop button
if you want to cancel
the transmission.
It took more than 32
minutes to send or
copy a document.
Divide the document
and send or copy
each part separately.
It took more than 32
minutes to receive a
document.
Contact the other
party. Have them
divide the document
and send each part
separately.
The document is longer
than 1 metre.
Use a copy machine
to make a reduced
copy of the document
and send the copy.
#003
DOCUMENT READY
—
The document in the
Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF) is ready
for faxing, scanning, or
copying.
Send the document,
scan the document, or
make the copy.
ECM RX
—
The unit is receiving a
fax using Error
Correction Mode
(ECM).
ECM receptions may
take longer than
normal transmissions.
Turn off ECM if you
need to receive
quickly, or if you
know your local lines
are in good condition.
(1 ECM RX,
pp. 14-11, 14-12)
ECM TX
—
The unit is sending a
fax using Error
Correction Mode
(ECM).
ECM transmissions
may take longer than
normal transmissions.
Turn off ECM if you
need to transmit
quickly, or if you
know your local lines
are in good condition.
(1 ECM TX,
pp. 14-9, 14-10)
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Message
DIALING
Error Code
Cause
Action
HANG UP PHONE
Message
—
The handset or the
handset of the
telephone or extension
phone is off hook.
Place the handset
properly in its cradle.
INSTALL BC-21e
—
You tried to make
colour copies with the
BX-20 Black BJ
cartridge installed.
Remove the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge
and install the BC-21e
Colour or the
optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge.
(1 p. 12-19)
You tried to print a
received colour fax
with the BX-20 Black or
the optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge
installed.
Remove the BX-20
Black or the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge and install
the BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge (1 p. 12-19).
(If you do not have a
BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge available,
you can print the
received colour fax in
memory with the
optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge
(1 p. 7-29). You can
also convert a
received colour fax in
memory to black &
white and print the
fax with the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge.
(1 p. 7-29))
You tried to make black
& white copies with the
optional BC-22e Photo
BJ cartridge installed.
Remove the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge and install
the BX-20 Black or
BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge. (1 p. 12-19)
INSTALL BC21e/20
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Error Code
Cause
Action
You tried to print a
received black & white
fax, print a report, or
print a black & white
document in memory
with the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge installed.
Remove the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge and install
the BX-20 Black or
BC-21e Colour BJ
cartridge. (1 p. 12-19)
LINE IN USE
—
The unit is set for
Fax/Tel Mode and you
are receiving a
telephone call.
Answer the call.
LOAD PAPER
—
The multi-purpose tray
is empty.
Load paper in the
multi-purpose tray
(1 p. 2-40). Make
sure the stack does
not exceed the paper
limit mark (P). Then
press the Resume
button.
#037
The unit’s memory is full
because it has received
too many documents, or
a very long or detailed
document.
Print out any
documents that are
stored in memory
(1 p. 7-29). Then start
the operation again.
Memory is full because
you tried to send too
many pages at once, or
a very long or detailed
document.
Divide the document
and send each part
separately. To free the
unit’s memory, print
or delete any faxes in
memory you no
longer need.
(1 pp. 7-29, 7-33)
Shows the percentage
of memory currently in
use.
If you need more
space, wait for the
unit to send any faxes.
Also, print or delete
any faxes in memory
you no longer need.
(1 pp. 7-29, 7-33)
MEMORY FULL
MEMORY USED nn%
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Message
INSTALL BC21e/20
(Ctd.)
Message
Error Code
Cause
Action
NO ANSWER
#005
The receiving fax
machine does not
answer.
Make sure you
dialled the correct
number. Try again
later.
NO RX PAPER
#012
The other party’s fax
machine is out of paper
or its memory is full.
Contact the other
party and have them
install paper in their
fax machine.
NO TEL #
#022
The one-touch speed
dialling button or
coded speed dialling
code you entered has
not been registered.
Register the speed
dialling button or
code.
(1 pp. 6-3, 6-11)
NOT AVAILABLE
#025
In manual sending, you
entered a speed dialling
number that is assigned
to a group.
Use regular dialling.
PHOTO INK IN USE
—
The optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge is
installed in the unit.
Change to a different
BJ cartridge type if
necessary. (1 p. 12-19)
PLEASE WAIT
—
The unit is warming
up.
Wait until the time
and receive mode
appear in the LCD
display, then begin.
PRINT W/ BC-22e?
—
The unit is confirming
that it is all right to
print a colour
document in memory
with the optional
BC-22e Photo BJ
cartridge.
Press the T button to
print the colour
document with the
optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge, or
press the # button to
cancel printing.
PUT IN CARTRIDGE
—
The BJ cartridge is not
installed correctly.
Make sure the BJ
cartridge is installed
correctly and that the
blue cartridge lock
lever is down.
The BJ cartridge is not
installed.
Install a BJ cartridge.
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Error Code
Cause
Action
—
Your PC was off and a
document was received
in the unit’s memory.
Upload the document
to your PC or print
the document.
(1 p. 8-18)
REC’D IN MEMORY
—
The unit received the
fax in memory because
paper or ink ran out, a
paper jam occurred, or
the wrong BJ cartridge
was installed.
Add paper to the
multi-purpose tray,
change the BJ
cartridge or BJ tank,
clear the paper jam,
or install the correct
BJ cartridge.
(1 p. 8-28)
START AGAIN
—
An error has occurred
in the telephone line or
in the system.
Start the procedure
again from the
beginning.
TRY AGAIN IN B/W
#085
You tried faxing a
colour document to a
machine that does not
support colour faxing.
Try sending again in
black & white.
(1 p. 7-3)
TX/RX CANCELLED
—
You pressed the Stop
button to cancel the
transmission.
Try sending again.
TX/RX NO. nnnn
—
When the unit sends or
receives a fax, it assigns
it a unique identification
number (nnnn).
Write the number
down if you will
need it later.
TX/RX NO. nnnn
SCANNING P.nnn
(Two messages toggle.)
—
The unit is sending a
document and its
memory is full.
If sending a
document, the unit
continues to send the
fax as memory
becomes available.
WAIT COOLING
—
During printing, the BJ
cartridge print head
may have become too
hot.
Allow the unit to cool
down. The unit will
resume printing
when it has cooled
down.
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Message
RECEIVED IN FILE
Paper Feeding Problems
Paper does not load.
The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
❏ Make sure the paper stack in the multi-purpose tray does not exceed
the paper limit mark (P). (1 p. 2-42)
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
❏ Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose
tray, and that the paper guide is adjusted correctly. (1 p. 2-40)
Paper is loaded skewed. (Printing is skewed.)
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
❏ Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose
tray, and that the paper guide is adjusted correctly. (1 p. 2-40)
❏ Make sure the right edge of the paper stack is aligned with the right
side of the multi-purpose tray and the paper guide is aligned with
the left edge of the stack.
❏ Make sure the paper exit path is clear.
Multiple sheets load into the unit at the same time.
Paper may not be loaded correctly.
❏ Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose
tray, and that the paper guide is adjusted correctly. (1 p. 2-40)
Sheets of paper may be sticking together.
❏ Be sure to fan the paper stack before placing it in the multi-purpose
tray. (1 p. 2-41)
The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
❏ Make sure the paper stack in the multi-purpose tray does not exceed
the paper limit mark (P). (1 p. 2-42)
❏ Do not load more than approximately 100 sheets* of plain paper in
the multi-purpose tray.
❏ Do not force the paper stack into the multi-purpose tray.
* 75 g/m2 paper
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❏ Make sure you are loading paper that meets the paper requirements
for the unit. (1 Chapter 5, Paper Handling)
Transparencies or back print film do not feed correctly.
The transparencies or back print film may not be loaded correctly.
❏ Make sure you load no more than 50 sheets of transparencies or 10
sheets of back print film in the multi-purpose tray.
Repeated paper jams occur.
The paper you are using may be causing the jams.
❏ Be sure to fan the paper stack before loading it in the multi-purpose
tray. This keeps the sheets of paper from sticking together.
(1 p. 2-41)
❏ Check that the paper you are using and your printing environment
are within the specifications of the unit. (1 Chapter 5, Paper Handling)
Envelopes do not load.
Envelopes may not be loaded correctly.
❏ Make sure the envelopes are loaded correctly. (1 p. 5-15)
❏ Make sure there are no more than 10 envelopes in the multi-purpose
tray.
You may need to choose the envelope setting in your printer driver.
❏ Make sure you select the correct envelope size in the Paper dialog
box in your printer driver. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The envelopes you are using may not meet the requirements for the
unit.
❏ Envelopes must be European DL or U.S. Commercial No. 10
envelopes. (1 pp. 5-2, 5-5)
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Different types of paper may be loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
❏ Load just one type of paper.
Faxing Problems
Sending Problems
You cannot send a fax.
The MultiPASS C70 may have overheated.
❏ Unplug the unit and let it cool for several minutes. Then plug the
unit back in and try sending again.
The MultiPASS C70 may not be set for the type of telephone line in
use (pulse/tone).
❏ If you have a pulse line, make sure the MultiPASS C70 is set for
pulse dialling. (1 p. 3-19)
The document may not have been fed correctly into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
❏ Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and feed it into the
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) correctly. (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ Check that the document feed lever is set for the type of document
you are sending. (1 p. 4-5)
❏ Make sure the operation panel is closed.
The one-touch speed dialling button or coded speed dialling code you
entered may not be registered for the feature you want to use.
❏ Check the one-touch speed dialling button or coded speed dialling
code and make sure it is registered correctly. (1 Chapter 6, Speed
Dialling)
You dialled or have been provided with an incorrect number.
❏ Dial the number again or check that you have the correct number.
The other party’s fax machine may be out of paper.
❏ Call the other party and ask them to make sure paper is loaded in
their fax machine.
You may have sent a document in colour to a fax machine that does
not support colour faxing.
❏ Your MultiPASS C70 can only send in colour to other fax machines that
have colour faxing capability. If the other party’s fax machine does not
support colour faxing, try sending again in black & white. (1 p. 7-3)
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An error may have occurred during sending.
❏ Print the Activity Report and check for an error. (1 p. 11-5)
The telephone line may not be working properly.
❏ Make sure there is a dial tone when you lift the handset or the
handset of the telephone or extension phone. If not, contact your
local telephone company.
The receiving fax machine may not be a G3 fax machine.
❏ Make sure the receiving fax machine is compatible with the
MultiPASS C70 (which is a G3 fax machine).
Images on received faxes from the MultiPASS C70 are spotted or
dirty.
The receiving fax machine may not be working properly.
❏ Check the MultiPASS C70 by making a copy (1 Chapter 10, Making
Copies). If the copy is clear, the problem may be in the receiving fax
machine.
The document may not have been fed correctly into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
❏ Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and feed it into the
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) correctly. (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
Cannot send using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
The other party’s fax machine may not support ECM.
❏ Some fax machines do not support ECM. If the other party’s fax
machine does not support ECM, then the document is sent in
normal mode without error checking.
ECM may be disabled.
❏ Make sure ECM is on. (1 ECM TX, pp. 14-9, 14-10)
Errors occur frequently while sending.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad
connection.
❏ Lower the transmission speed. (1 TX START SPEED, pp. 14-15, 14-16)
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There may be other documents being sent from memory.
❏ Allow time for the current document to finish sending.
Receiving Problems
Cannot receive a fax automatically.
The MultiPASS C70 may not be set to receive automatically.
❏ For the MultiPASS C70 to receive faxes automatically, the receive mode
must be set to FAX ONLY MODE, Fax/Tel Mode, ANS.MACHINE
MODE, or NET SWITCH. If you have set ANS.MACHINE MODE,
confirm that an answering machine is connected to the MultiPASS C70
and that it is turned on with an outgoing message properly recorded.
The MultiPASS C70 may have a document stored in memory.
❏ Print out any faxes stored in memory. (1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28)
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager may have received the fax.
❏ Check the In Box of the Desktop Manager. (1 MultiPASS Suite
Software User’s Guide)
An error may have occurred during reception.
❏ Check the LCD display for an error message. (1 p. 13-7)
The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
❏ Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray. (1 p. 2-40)
The telephone line may not be connected properly.
❏ Make sure all line connections are secure. (1 p. 2-17)
The MultiPASS C70 does not switch automatically between
telephone and fax reception.
The MultiPASS C70 may not be set to switch automatically between
telephone and fax reception.
❏ For the MultiPASS C70 to switch automatically, the receive mode
must be set to Fax/Tel Mode, ANS.MACHINE MODE, or NET
SWITCH. If you have set ANS.MACHINE MODE, confirm that an
answering machine is connected to the MultiPASS C70 and that it is
turned on with an outgoing message properly recorded.
An error may have occurred during reception.
❏ Check the LCD display for an error message. (1 p. 13-7)
❏ Print the Activity Report and check for an error. (1 p. 11-5)
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The sending fax machine may not send the CNG signal that tells the
MultiPASS C70 that the incoming signal is a fax.
❏ Some fax machines cannot send the CNG signal that tells your
MultiPASS C70 the incoming signal is from a fax machine. In such
cases, you will have to receive the fax manually.
Cannot receive a document manually.
You may have disconnected the call by pressing the Start/Scan
button or dialling the remote receiving ID after hanging up the
handset or the handset of the telephone or extension phone.
❏ Always press the Start/Scan button or dial the remote receiving ID
before hanging up the handset. Otherwise you will disconnect the call.
Print quality is poor.
You may not be using the correct type of paper.
❏ Make sure you are using paper that meets the paper requirements
for the unit. (1 Chapter 5, Paper Handling)
The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
❏ Clean the BJ cartridge print head. (1 p. 12-17)
The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
❏ The sending fax machine usually determines the fax’s quality. Call
the sender and have them make sure the top cover and scanning
glass on their fax machine are clean.
Error Correction Mode (ECM) may be disabled.
❏ Make sure ECM is on. (1 ECM RX, pp. 14-11, 14-12)
Faxes do not print.
The orange tape may not be removed from the BJ cartridge.
❏ Be sure to remove the orange tape from the BJ cartridge before you
install it. (1 p. 2-34)
The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
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The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
❏ Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray. (1 p. 2-40)
The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
❏ Clean the BJ cartridge print head. (1 p. 12-17)
The BJ cartridge or the BJ tank(s) may need to be replaced.
❏ Replace the BJ cartridge or the BJ tank(s). (1 pp. 12-19, 12-26)
Fax images print blotched or uneven.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad
connection.
❏ Error Correction Mode (ECM) sending/receiving should eliminate
such problems. However, if the telephone lines are in poor
condition, you may have to try again.
The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
❏ The sending fax machine usually determines the fax’s quality. Call
the sender and have them make sure the top cover and scanning
glass on their fax machine are clean.
Cannot receive using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
The other party’s fax machine may not support ECM.
❏ Some fax machines do not support ECM. If the other party’s fax
machine does not support ECM, then the document is sent and
received in normal mode without error checking.
ECM may be disabled.
❏ Make sure ECM is on. (1 ECM RX, pp. 14-11, 14-12)
Errors occur frequently while receiving.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad
connection.
❏ Lower the reception speed. (1 RX START SPEED, pp. 14-15, 14-16)
The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
❏ The sending fax machine usually determines the fax’s quality. Call
the sender and have them make sure the top cover and scanning
glass on their fax machine are clean.
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You cannot dial.
The telephone line may not be connected properly.
❏ Make sure the telephone line is connected properly to the MultiPASS
C70. (1 p. 2-17)
The unit may not be getting power.
❏ Make sure the power cord is connected to the MultiPASS C70 and to
an AC outlet (1 p. 2-20). Make sure the AC outlet has power.
The MultiPASS C70 may not be set for the type of telephone line in
use (pulse/tone).
❏ If you have a pulse line, make sure the MultiPASS C70 is set for
pulse dialling. (1 p. 3-19)
The telephone disconnects while you are talking.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
❏ Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the unit and into
the wall outlet (1 p. 2-20). If the unit is plugged into a power strip,
make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
If the MultiPASS C70 is in ANS.MACHINE MODE and the INCOMING
RING setting is disabled, the unit will switch to fax receive mode
when it detects a period of silence.
❏ Enable the INCOMING RING setting in the RX SETTINGS menu.
(1 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
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Telephone Problems
Copying Problems
The MultiPASS C70 will not make a copy.
A BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge may be empty.
❏ Replace empty BJ tanks as necessary. (1 p. 12-26)
You may be trying to make copies with the incorrect BJ cartridge
installed in the unit.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 cannot make copies in black & white while the
optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge is installed. Replace the BJ
cartridge with the BX-20 Black or BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 cannot make copies in colour while the BX-20
Black BJ cartridge is installed. Replace the BJ cartridge with the
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge.
The handset or the handset of the telephone or extension phone may
be off hook.
❏ Make sure the handset is in its cradle.
The document may not have been fed correctly into the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
❏ Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and feed it into the
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) correctly. (1 pp. 4-6, 4-11)
❏ Make sure the operation panel is closed.
❏ Check that the document feed lever is set for the type of document
you are copying. (1 p. 4-5)
The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
The MultiPASS C70 may not be operating properly.
❏ Try to print a document from your PC.
MEMORY FULL appears in the LCD display when making multiple
copies.
The MultiPASS C70’s memory is full.
❏ Print out any faxes stored in memory (1 pp. 7-29, 8-18, 8-28), then
start again.
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Print Quality Problems
The print quality is not what you expect; print is not clear, is
splashed, has missing dots or white streaks.
The paper you are using may not be supported by the unit.
❏ Make sure you are using the recommended paper. (1 p. 5-5)
You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper.
❏ Some papers have a “right” side for printing. If the print quality is
not as clear as you would like it to be, try turning the paper over
and printing on the other side.
The nozzles on the BJ cartridge print head may be clogged.
❏ Print the nozzle check pattern to check the BJ cartridge print head
(1 p. 12-15). Perform the BJ cartridge print head cleaning procedure
if necessary. (1 p. 12-17)
The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
A BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge may be empty.
❏ Replace empty BJ tanks as necessary. (1 p. 12-26)
The BJ cartridge print head may be worn out.
❏ The BJ cartridge may need to be replaced (1 p. 12-18). Replace as
necessary. (1 p. 12-19)
Output appears jagged.
The resolution selected via the printer driver may be Draft.
❏ Check your printer driver to see what Print Mode you have selected.
Printing in Draft mode will give the output a jagged look. Changing
the Print Mode to Text should correct this problem. (1 MultiPASS
Suite Software User’s Guide)
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Fonts do not print as smoothly rounded characters.
Bitmapped fonts designed for dot matrix printers do not print
smoothly rounded characters when used with high resolution printers
like the MultiPASS C70.
❏ Make sure you installed an outline font manager, such as Adobe®
Type Manager or Bitstream® Facelift, or that you are choosing a
TrueType® font.
Certain MS fonts, such as MS Serif, will print jagged.
❏ Choose another font.
Output is faint.
You may be using Draft print quality.
❏ Try using a different print mode. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide)
Printing takes too much time.
You may be using Fine mode.
❏ Turn off Fine mode. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The printout contains blurred or smudged ink.
The print medium you are using may not be supported by the
MultiPASS C70.
❏ Try a different paper type. However, use only print media specified
in this guide. (1 Chapter 5, Paper Handling)
You may be printing on the wrong side of the sheet.
❏ Some papers have a “right” side for printing. If the print quality is
not as clear as you would like it to be, try turning the paper over
and printing on the other side.
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Troubleshooting
Printing Problems
The Alarm light comes on and the unit beeps while printing.
The unit may have a paper jam.
❏ Clear the paper jam. (1 p. 13-6)
❏ If the unit has no paper jam, unplug it, wait five seconds, then plug
it in again. If the problem is fixed, the Alarm light will turn off, the
BJ cartridge will move to its home position on the right side of the
unit, and the LCD display will return to standby mode. If the Alarm
light remains lit, contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the
Canon help line.
Data from the PC is not printed.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
❏ Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the unit and into
the wall outlet (1 p. 2-20). If the unit is plugged into a power strip,
make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
The parallel cable may not be securely connected to the MultiPASS
C70 and the PC.
❏ Check the parallel cable connection. (1 p. 2-15)
The parallel cable may not be the correct type.
❏ Make sure the cable is a Centronics®-compatible parallel cable with
bi-directional capability (IEEE 1284-compliant) and is less than 2
metres in length.
The unit may have been plugged in or the PC may have been turned
on when you connected the parallel cable.
❏ Unplug the unit and turn off the PC. Plug the unit back in and turn
the PC back on again.
The orange tape may not be removed from the BJ cartridge.
❏ Be sure to remove the orange tape from the BJ cartridge before you
install it. (1 p. 2-34)
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The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
❏ Clean the BJ cartridge print head. (1 p. 12-17)
The BJ cartridge or the BJ tank(s) may need to be replaced.
❏ Replace the BJ cartridge or the BJ tank(s). (1 pp. 12-19, 12-26)
The application you are printing from may not be set up properly.
❏ Check the PC and the application to make sure they are configured
correctly.
❏ Make sure your application has the MultiPASS C70 selected as the
printer. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The MultiPASS C70 may not be set as the default printer or the
selected printer.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS C70 is selected as the default or current
printer. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS Service (MPService) is running.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The printer driver may be configured with the wrong port.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS printer driver is configured to use the PC’s
parallel interface port. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The PC’s parallel interface port may be disabled.
❏ Make sure your PC’s CMOS has the primary parallel port set to
LPT1. (Your PC should have a Setup Program that lets you do this.)
See your PC’s documentation.
Another hardware device or software application is attempting to
communicate with the same parallel interface port to which the
MultiPASS C70 is connected.
❏ Disconnect the peripheral device and uninstall or remove any
software associated with this device and any software
communicating with the parallel interface port.
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The orange tape may not be removed from the BJ cartridge.
❏ Be sure to remove the orange tape from the BJ cartridge before you
install it. (1 p. 2-34)
The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
The nozzles on the BJ cartridge print head may be clogged.
❏ Print the nozzle check pattern to check the BJ cartridge print head
(1 p. 12-15). Perform the BJ cartridge print head cleaning procedure
if necessary. (1 p. 12-17)
A BJ tank in the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge may be empty.
❏ Replace empty BJ tanks as necessary. (1 p. 12-26)
The printed output is not what you expected.
There may be a communication problem between the MultiPASS C70
and your PC.
❏ Make sure the PC and the application are configured correctly for
communicating with the MultiPASS C70. (1 MultiPASS Suite
Software User’s Guide)
The parallel cable may not be securely connected to the MultiPASS
C70 and the PC.
❏ Check the parallel cable connection. (1 p. 2-15)
The parallel cable may not be the correct type.
❏ Make sure the cable is a Centronics®-compatible parallel cable with
bi-directional capability (IEEE 1284-compliant) and is less than 2
metres in length.
The parallel cable may be too long.
❏ Make sure the cable is a Centronics®-compatible parallel cable with
bi-directional capability (IEEE 1284-compliant) and is less than 2
metres in length.
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The BJ cartridge moves, but ink does not appear.
You may not be using the correct printer driver.
❏ Make sure you have selected the MultiPASS printer in your
application. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Another hardware device or software application is attempting to
communicate with the same parallel interface port to which the
MultiPASS C70 is connected.
❏ Disconnect the peripheral device and uninstall or remove any
software associated with this device and any software
communicating with the parallel interface port.
You may not have the best media type selected.
❏ Try selecting Coated Paper for the Media Type rather than Plain
Paper. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Previous software settings may not be cleared.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS C70 was cleared of the previous software
settings before the print job started. See the application’s
documentation.
Printout does not match paper size.
Paper may not be loaded and aligned correctly in the multi-purpose
tray.
❏ Make sure the paper is loaded and aligned correctly. (1 p. 2-40)
The application’s page size and margin settings may be incorrect.
❏ Make sure the page size and margin set in your application are
correct for the paper in the multi-purpose tray.
The MultiPASS printer driver may not be selected.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS is selected as the default printer in your
application. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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If the BJ cartridge print head prints on the platen, clean the ink off the
platen by launching Notepad and setting the application to print 2 or 3
blank sheets of paper.
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The BJ cartridge print head may have become too hot. If this happens,
the MultiPASS C70 may be slowing its printing speed at the end of
each line to protect the BJ cartridge print head.
❏ Stop your print operation and wait several minutes to allow the unit
to cool. Then start your operation again.
Print jobs vanish or you are printing garbage.
Another Windows® application on your PC may be trying to
communicate with the printer port the MultiPASS Server is using.
This conflict can result in strange printing behaviour.
❏ Uninstall or remove the software application.
Make sure the MultiPASS Service (MPService) is loaded.
❏ If the MultiPASS Service icon does not appear on the bottom of your
screen, turn on the MultiPASS Service (MPService). (1 MultiPASS
Suite Software User’s Guide)
The printout curls.
Your page may include a large amount of ink.
❏ Leave the page in the output tray for 30 to 60 seconds to allow the
ink to dry. Then remove the page being careful not to touch the
document tray or extension. Allow the page to dry further, then roll
it in the opposite direction of the curl. (Should you dirty the
document tray or extension when removing the page, wipe them
clean with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water or
diluted dishwashing detergent solution.)
Your PC indicates a device time-out.
A device time-out occurs when the PC sends data to the MultiPASS
C70, but the unit does not respond. The MultiPASS C70 may be
unplugged, not connected to the PC, or have a paper jam.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS C70 is plugged in, and that its parallel
cable is securely attached to the unit and to the PC (1 p. 2-15). Clear
any paper jams (1 p. 13-6), and make sure paper is loaded properly
in the multi-purpose tray. (1 p. 2-40)
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The MultiPASS C70 suspends printing after each line.
Colour Printing and Colour Copying
Problems
The MultiPASS C70 prints only in black. (You are printing from an
application that supports colour printing but your output is black
ink only.)
The MultiPASS printer driver may not be selected.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS is selected as the default printer in your
application. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
The BJ cartridge or a BJ tank may not be installed properly.
❏ Make sure the BJ cartridge and the BJ tank(s) are installed properly.
(1 pp. 2-31, 12-26)
The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
❏ Clean the BJ cartridge print head. (1 p. 12-17)
The application you are using may not support colour printing.
❏ Make sure your application supports colour printing.
Colours are broken or uneven.
The print mode may be wrong.
❏ If you are printing high density graphics on plain paper, set the
Media Type to Coated Paper in the Paper tab of the printer driver.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
If you are printing a thin line with a nonprimary colour, your software
may be telling the unit to place a colour every other dot, with white in
between.
❏ Choose cyan, magenta, yellow, or black instead.
Colours print incorrectly.
The MultiPASS printer driver may not be selected.
❏ Make sure the MultiPASS is selected as the default printer in your
application. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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n
Some colours are impossible to match exactly, though the MultiPASS
C70 is designed to come as close as possible.
Colours are missing.
The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
❏ Clean the BJ cartridge print head. (1 p. 12-17)
Colours in a line are uneven or different from previous lines.
The print settings may not be the best for the images you are printing.
❏ If you are printing high density colour graphics on plain paper,
change the Media Type setting from Plain Paper to Coated Paper.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ Be sure to experiment with different settings and different types of
paper.
Hue changes.
The nozzles on the BJ cartridge print head may be clogged.
❏ Print the nozzle check pattern to check the BJ cartridge print head
(1 p. 12-15). Perform the BJ cartridge print head cleaning procedure
if necessary. (1 p. 12-17)
A BJ tank may be empty.
❏ Replace empty BJ tanks as necessary. (1 p. 12-26)
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The printer driver may not be selecting the right media.
❏ Make sure the correct paper type is set in the printer driver.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Blue looks like purple.
Blue prints out as purple because of the difference in colour
technology used by the screen and the MultiPASS C70; the screen
uses RGB (Red, Green, Blue) colour and the MultiPASS C70 uses
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) colour. Due to the technology
differences, when cyan and magenta are mixed together, blue prints
dark blue or purple compared to the screen.
❏ Within the MultiPASS printer driver, selecting a matching process in
the Color dialog box will result in a lighter blue. If you are not using
screen matching, decreasing the amount of magenta by 30%
produces a royal blue. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
❏ If you are just looking for a nice blue colour, try cyan. It prints
beautifully and fast, and is available in almost all applications that
support colour. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Colour images are missing some detail.
Check to see if your MultiPASS printer driver is set to Plain Paper,
Color Mode, and Halftoning=Diffusion.
❏ If so, change the Media Type setting from Plain Paper to Coated
Paper. (1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
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The MultiPASS C70 has no power.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
❏ Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the unit and into
the wall outlet (1 p. 2-20). If the unit is plugged into a power strip,
make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
The power cord may not be supplying power.
❏ Check the power cord by substituting another, or by using a
voltmeter to test it for continuity.
The MultiPASS C70 will not print reports.
The MultiPASS C70 may have the BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge
installed, and its black BJ tank may be empty.
❏ Replace the black BJ tank. (1 p. 12-26)
The MultiPASS C70 may have the optional BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge
installed.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 cannot print reports while the optional BC-22e
Photo BJ cartridge is installed. Replace the BJ cartridge with the BX20 Black or BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge. (1 p. 12-19)
Nothing appears in the LCD display.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
❏ Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the unit and into
the wall outlet (1 p. 2-20). If the unit is plugged into a power strip,
make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on. If the
display remains blank, unplug the MultiPASS C70, wait five
seconds, then plug it in again.
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General Problems
If a Power Cut Occurs
If power is suddenly lost due to an outage or accidental unplugging, a
built-in battery retains the user data settings and the speed dialling
settings. However, any sent or received documents stored in memory
will be lost.
During a power cut, functions are limited as follows:
❏ You cannot make telephone calls.
❏ You cannot send, receive, or copy documents.
❏ You can only use the MultiPASS C70 to receive telephone calls if you
connected the handset, a telephone, or an extension phone to your
unit.
When power is restored to the MultiPASS C70, the unit will
automatically print out a list of documents that were stored in memory
at the time of the power cut.
27/12 2000 17:23 FAX 123 4567
CANON
001
************************************
MEMORY CLEAR REPORT
***
***
************************************
MEMORY FILES DELETED
TX/RX NO
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MODE
0023
B’CAST
0024
TRANSMIT
CONNECTION TEL/ID
COL
[
01] Canon CANADA
[
05] Canon OPTICS
[A 32] Canon UK
PGS.
SET TIME
3
27/12
16:03
1
27/12
16:08
If there is no paper in the multi-purpose tray when power is restored,
the LCD displays LOAD PAPER. If this happens, press Resume to
return to standby mode. (The Memory Clear Report will not be printed.)
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Chapter 13
This chapter contains comprehensive tables of all the settings you can
perform from the operation panel of your MultiPASS C70.
❏ The MultiPASS C70 Settings .................................................................14-2
❏ Understanding the Menu System ........................................................14-3
• Summary of Menus ...........................................................................14-3
❏ User Settings............................................................................................14-5
• Accessing the User Settings Menu ..................................................14-5
• User Settings Menu............................................................................14-6
❏ Report Settings ........................................................................................14-7
• Accessing the Report Settings Menu...............................................14-7
• Report Settings Menu ........................................................................14-8
❏ TX (Transmission) Settings....................................................................14-9
• Accessing the TX Settings Menu .....................................................14-9
• TX Settings Menu.............................................................................14-10
❏ RX (Reception) Settings........................................................................14-11
• Accessing the RX Settings Menu ...................................................14-11
• RX Settings Menu.............................................................................14-12
❏ Printer Settings......................................................................................14-13
• Accessing the Printer Settings Menu ............................................14-13
• Printer Settings Menu......................................................................14-14
❏ System Settings .....................................................................................14-15
• Accessing the System Settings Menu............................................14-15
• System Settings Menu .....................................................................14-16
Chapter 14
Summary of Settings
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Summary of
Settings
Chapter 14
Summary of Settings
The MultiPASS C70 Settings
To customise the MultiPASS C70 to your particular needs, you can
adjust the general operation, sending, receiving, printing, system
settings, and speed dialling settings. There are two methods of adjusting
these settings:
Method 1: Using the MultiPASS C70 operation panel
You can adjust settings directly via the operation panel of the MultiPASS
C70. Detailed instructions are described in this guide. Adjusting settings
through the operation panel is convenient when you do not have your
MultiPASS C70 connected to a PC.
Method 2: Using the MultiPASS Desktop Manager
You can adjust settings using the MultiPASS Desktop Manager software
included with your MultiPASS C70. For detailed instructions refer to the
MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide.
Before adjusting any settings, decide whether you prefer to make
changes from the operation panel or from the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. Using both—the operation panel and the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager—may cause confusion. Changes made to settings through the
operation panel will not be displayed in the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager, and changes made in the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will
override any corresponding settings made through the operation panel.
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If your MultiPASS C70 is connected to a PC, we recommend using the
MultiPASS Desktop Manager to adjust any settings.
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Understanding the Menu System
n
❏ The factory default settings in the following tables are shown in bold
type.
❏ If your MultiPASS C70 is connected to a PC, we recommend you use
the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to adjust any settings.
(1 MultiPASS Suite Software User’s Guide)
Summary of Menus
Here is a summary of the menus.
A menu system, accessed with the Data Registration button, allows
you to register important information and set up different features. Here
we will give a brief overview of these menus and then describe how to
access each one individually.
❏ USER SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-5, 14-6)
The settings in this menu include date and time setup, registration
for the sender information printed at the top of every page you
send, and other important settings that control the operating
environment of your MultiPASS C70. Adjust the settings in this
menu when you set up your MultiPASS C70 for the first time. You
will rarely need to change them thereafter.
❏ REPORT SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-7, 14-8)
The settings under this menu allow you to select different options
for printing transaction and activity reports. For example, you can
select which transaction report you want printed automatically, and
how you want it to be printed out. Reports allow you to keep track
of transactions performed with your MultiPASS C70.
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Summary of
Settings
The MultiPASS C70 menu system allows you to customise the way your
unit operates. The menu system consists of six menus, each containing
settings that control different functions of your MultiPASS C70. This
chapter outlines the various menus and shows you how to use them.
❏ TX (Transmission) SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-9, 14-10)
Use these settings to customise how the MultiPASS C70 sends
documents. With these settings you can turn Error Correction Mode
(ECM) on and off, set the pause time, and set up redialling and other
features.
❏ RX (Reception) SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-11, 14-12)
Use these settings to customise how the MultiPASS C70 receives
documents. These settings are important because they determine
how the unit operates when it receives a document.
❏ PRINTER SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-13, 14-14)
Use these settings to set how the MultiPASS C70 prints documents.
These features include specifying a paper size for the multi-purpose
tray, reducing the size of received documents, and selecting
economy print.
❏ SYSTEM SETTINGS (2 pp. 14-15, 14-16)
Use these settings to set up important defaults such as the format in
which the date is displayed, selecting the language for the LCD
display, and sending and receiving start speeds.
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User Settings
Accessing the User Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
Set
4. Press Set again.
DATE & TIME
5. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
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Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
6. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
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User Settings Menu
Name
Description
Settings
DATE & TIME
Set the date using the numeric buttons. Set the time
(24-hour clock) using the numeric buttons.
–
UNIT TELEPHONE #
Enter your fax/telephone number using the numeric
buttons (up to 20 digits).
–
UNIT NAME
Enter your name or company name you want to appear at
the top of each fax page you send (up to 24 characters).
–
Set the TTI POSITION and TELEPHONE # MARK features.
Select the position for the identification header (TTI) that
appears on every page you send.*
OUTSIDE IMAGE: Position the TTI outside the image area.
INSIDE IMAGE: Position the TTI inside the image area.
TELEPHONE # MARK Select the prefix for the number.
TX TERMINAL ID
TTI POSITION
SCAN CONTRAST
Select the contrast of the reproduction.
DARKER: Select for light originals.
LIGHTER: Select for dark originals.
OFFHOOK ALARM
Enable/disable the off hook alarm. The alarm alerts you
that the handset or the handset of the telephone or
extension phone is off hook.
VOLUME CONTROL
Select the audio level of the following sounds:
ON/OFF
OUTSIDE IMAGE/
INSIDE IMAGE
FAX/TEL
STANDARD/
DARKER/
LIGHTER
ON/OFF
–
CALLING VOLUME Select the volume of the ring produced when the
MultiPASS C70 detects a voice call.
KEYPAD VOLUME Select the volume of the keypad touch beep. (For no
sound, select “0”.)
ALARM VOLUME Select the volume of the error alarm sound. (For no sound,
select “0”.)
Select the volume of the line monitor (sound during
LINE MONITOR
VOL
dialling). (For no sound, select “0”.)
1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
RX CALL LEVEL
Select the volume of incoming calls.
HIGH/STANDARD
TEL LINE TYPE
Select the dialling method the MultiPASS C70 uses to
match the telephone line type you have.
TOUCH TONE/
ROTARY PULSE
R-KEY SETTING
Select PBX if your MultiPASS C70 is connected through a
switchboard (PBX). (1 p. 9-2)
If you select PBX, select the PBX type. You can select from
HOOKING, EARTH CONNECTION, and PREFIX.
PSTN/PBX
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
* Can only be adjusted for black & white transmissions. For colour transmissions, the TTI information is positioned inside
the image area.
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Report Settings
Accessing the Report Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select REPORT SETTINGS.
REPORT SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
TX REPORT
6. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
n
Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
7. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
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Report Settings Menu
Name
Description
Settings
TX REPORT
Enable/disable automatic printing of the transmission
report.
PRINT ERROR ONLY: Prints the transmission report only
when a transmission error occurs.
OUTPUT YES: Prints the transmission report every time
you send a document.
OUTPUT NO: Turns off the transmission report feature.
PRINT ERROR ONLY/
OUTPUT YES/
OUTPUT NO
If you choose OUTPUT YES or PRINT ERROR ONLY,
enable/disable printing of the first page of the fax with the
transmission report.*
ON/OFF
RX REPORT
Enable/disable automatic printing of the reception report.
PRINT ERROR ONLY: Prints the reception report only
when a reception error occurs.
OUTPUT YES: Prints the reception report every time you
receive a document.
OUTPUT NO: Turns off the reception report feature.
PRINT ERROR ONLY/
OUTPUT YES/
OUTPUT NO
ACTIVITY REPORT
Set the AUTO PRINT setting for the activity report feature.
–
AUTO PRINT
Enable/disable automatic printing of the activity report after
every 20 transactions.
ON/OFF
PRINT WITH
IMAGE
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
* The TX Report cannot be printed with the first page of a colour fax. The message “The color fax image is not printed on
this report.” will print instead.
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TX (Transmission) Settings
Accessing the TX Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select TX SETTINGS.
TX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM TX
6. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
n
Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
7. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
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TX Settings Menu
Name
Description
ECM TX
Enable/disable Error Correction Mode (ECM) during
transmission.
ON/OFF
MID PAUSE SET
Select the length of the pause entered between numbers
with the R (Redial)/Pause button.
2 SEC
(1 to 15)
AUTO REDIAL
Select whether the MultiPASS C70 redials if the other
party’s line is busy on the first attempt.
ON/OFF
Select the number of redial attempts.
2 TIMES
(1 to 2)*
REDIAL TIMES
Settings
REDIAL INTERVAL Select the period of time between redial attempts.
TIME OUT
Enable/disable the TIME OUT feature.
ON: Scanning starts 10 seconds after the last number is
entered when sending to multiple destinations (five seconds
if only sending to one destination).
OFF: After entering the last number, press the Start/Scan
button, or else the MultiPASS C70 will return to standby
mode after 60 seconds.
2 MIN.
(1 to 99)
ON/OFF
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
* New Zealand: 1 to 5.
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Summary of Settings
Chapter 14
RX (Reception) Settings
Accessing the RX Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select RX SETTINGS.
RX SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
ECM RX
6. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
n
Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
7. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
Chapter 14
15:00
FaxOnly
Summary of Settings
14-11
RX Settings Menu
Name
Description
Settings
ECM RX
Enable/disable Error Correction Mode (ECM) during
reception.
RX MODE
Select the receive mode. Refer to Chapter 8, Receiving
Faxes, for details on setting the receive mode.
If you select FAX/TEL AUTO SW, you can select sub-settings.
For details on these sub-settings, refer to page 8-10.
INCOMING RING
FAX ONLY MODE/
FAX/TEL AUTO SW/
NET SWITCH
When the MultiPASS C70 is set to FAX ONLY MODE,
enable/disable ringing when the MultiPASS C70 receives a
call.*
ON/OFF
Select the number of incoming rings before the MultiPASS
C70 answers.
2 TIMES
(1 to 99)**
MAN/AUTO SWITCH When the MultiPASS C70 is in MANUAL MODE, determine
if the MultiPASS C70 switches to fax receive mode after it
rings for a specified time.
REMOTE RX
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
If you select ON, select the length of time the MultiPASS
C70 rings before switching to fax receive mode.
15 SEC
(1 to 99)
Enable/disable remote receiving.
ON/OFF
If you select ON, select the remote receiving ID.
25 (00 to 99)
MEMORY RX
Enable/disable memory receiving of a document.
ON/OFF
COLOR RX
Enable/disable colour fax reception.
ON/OFF
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
* Even if you have set INCOMING RING to ON, the MultiPASS C70 will only ring if you have connected the handset, a
telephone, or an extension phone to your unit.
** New Zealand: 1 to 5.
14-12
Summary of Settings
Chapter 14
Printer Settings
Accessing the Printer Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select PRINTER SETTINGS.
PRINTER SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
RX REDUCTION
6. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
n
Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
7. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
Chapter 14
15:00
FaxOnly
Summary of Settings
14-13
Printer Settings Menu
Name
Description
RX REDUCTION
Enable/disable reduction of faxes to fit on the recording
paper.
REDUCE
DIMENSION
Settings
Select the direction of the reduction.
VERTICAL ONLY/
HORIZ & VERTICAL
PAPER SIZE
Select the size of the paper loaded in the multi-purpose
tray.
ECONOMY PRT
Enable/disable economy printing for black & white printing.
By enabling this setting, ink consumption can be
decreased, resulting in a longer effective cartridge life.
COLOR COPY MEDIA Select the paper type when printing or copying in colour.
BOTTOM MARGIN
ON/OFF
Select the length of the lower margin for colour printing,
colour copying, and printing of received colour faxes.
NORMAL: The bottom margin is longer than the bottom
margin of a black & white printed page (21 mm).
SMALLER: The bottom margin is the same length as the
bottom margin of a black & white printed page (7 mm).
A4/LTR/LGL
OFF/ON
PLAIN PAPER/
HIGH RES. PAPER
NORMAL/
SMALLER
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
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Summary of Settings
Chapter 14
System Settings
Accessing the System Settings Menu
1. Press Function.
Summary of
Settings
Function
2. Press Data Registration.
01
DATA REGSTRATION
Data Registration
Set
3. Press Set.
USER SETTINGS
08
02
4. Use d or u to select SYSTEM SETTINGS.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Set
5. Press Set.
UN/LOCK PHONE
6. Refer to the table on the following page and follow these
guidelines to select and register settings:
❏ Use d or u to move through the settings.
❏ To register a setting or access sub-settings, press Set.
❏ To return to a previous level, press Data Registration.
n
Stop
In order for your settings to be registered, be sure to press Set after
making a selection or entering information.
7. When you have finished changing settings, press Stop to return to
standby mode.
Ex:
Chapter 14
15:00
FaxOnly
Summary of Settings
14-15
System Settings Menu
Name
Description
UN/LOCK PHONE
Select if operation of the MultiPASS C70 to make calls and
send faxes is restricted.
PASSWORD
Register a password to restrict access to the LOCK PHONE
setting.
LOCK PHONE
Restrict or enable the ability to make calls or send faxes.
OFF/ON
Select the date format displayed in the LCD display and
printed on faxes you send.
DD/MM YYYY
YYYY MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
DATE SETUP
Settings
DISPLAY LANGUAGE Select the language of the LCD display messages.
0000 to 9999
ENGLISH/
FRENCH/
SPANISH/
GERMAN/
ITALIAN/
DUTCH/
FINNISH/
PORTUGUESE/
NORWEGIAN/
SWEDISH/
DANISH/
SLOVENE/
CZECH/
HUNGARIAN
TX START SPEED
Select the speed at which the MultiPASS C70 starts
transmitting. Select a lower speed if you have difficulties
connecting over long distance or noisy lines.
14400bps/
9600bps/
7200bps/
4800bps/
2400bps
RX START SPEED
Select the speed at which the MultiPASS C70 starts
receiving. Select a lower speed if you have difficulties
connecting over long distance or noisy lines.
14400bps/
9600bps/
7200bps/
4800bps/
2400bps
(Default settings are shown in bold type.)
14-16
Summary of Settings
Chapter 14
Appendix A
Specifications
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❏
Appendix A
General Specifications.............................................................................A-2
Facsimile ...................................................................................................A-4
Copier ........................................................................................................A-6
Telephone..................................................................................................A-7
Printer........................................................................................................A-8
BJ Cartridges ..........................................................................................A-12
Scanner ....................................................................................................A-13
MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows® ....................................A-17
Specifications
A-1
Specifications
The specifications for the MultiPASS C70 are listed in this section.
General Specifications
Power Source
200–240 V/60 Hz
Power Consumption
Approx. 46.2 W (Maximum)
Approx. 6.9 W (Standby)
Dimensions (W × D × H)
367 × 340 × 209 mm
(Main unit, no tray, no handset.)
453 × 606 × 277 mm
(Main unit, including tray and handset.)
Weight
Approx. 5.4 kg
Environmental Conditions
Temperature: 10°–32.5°C
Humidity: 20%–85%
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
16 × 1
Display Languages
English/French/Spanish/German/Italian/Dutch/Finnish/Portuguese/
Norwegian/Swedish/Danish/Slovene/Czech/Hungarian
Applicable standards
• Electrical safety: GS, FIMKO
• Radiation: CISPR Pub 22 Class B
• PTT
• Energy Star compliant
A-2
Specifications
Appendix A
Space Requirements
606 mm
476 mm
453 mm
Specifications
367 mm
277 mm
480 mm
Appendix A
Specifications
A-3
Facsimile
Applicable Line
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
Compatibility
G3
Data compressing system
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG, JPEG
Modem Type
Fax modem
Modem speed
14400/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
Automatic fallback
Transmission Speed—Black & white
Approx. 6 seconds/page* at 14.4 Kbps,
ECM-MMR, transmitting from memory
Transmission Speed—Colour
Approx. 2 minutes/page** at 14.4 Kbps,
ECM-JPEG, transmitting from memory
Transmission/Reception Memory
1.3 MB DRAM, MR storage
Up to 42 pages*
Up to 30 documents
LCD displays memory used
Uses direct transmission when memory full
Fax Scanning Speed
5.8 seconds/page*
* Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
** Based on Canon Colour Chart, standard mode.
A-4
Specifications
Appendix A
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
20 sheets, A4 or letter size*
10 sheets, legal size*
Fax Resolution—Black & white:
Standard mode: 8 pels/mm × 3.85 lines/mm
Fine mode:
8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm
Photo mode:
8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm with halftones
Fax Resolution—Colour
Standard mode: 200 × 200 dpi
Fine mode:
200 × 200 dpi
Specifications
Fax Printing Speed
Black & white: Approx. 3 pages/minute**
Colour:
Approx. 3 minutes/page***
Dialling
Automatic dialling: One-touch speed dialling (12 destinations)
Coded speed dialling (100 destinations)
Group dialling (Maximum: 111 destinations)
Regular dialling (with numeric buttons)
Automatic redialling
Manual redialling
Pause button
D.T. button
* 75 g/m2 paper
** Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, standard mode.
*** Based on Canon Colour Chart, standard mode.
Appendix A
Specifications
A-5
Networking
Sequential broadcast: Up to 113 destinations
Automatic receiving
Non-ring reception
Deactivate ECM
Network Switch
Report/Reference
Activity report (up to 20 transactions)
Non-delivery report
TTI (Transmitter Terminal Identification)
Ink Saver
Economy mode for printing received black & white faxes extends
cartridge life.
Copier
Scanning Resolution
B&W TEXT:
B&W PHOTO:
COLOR DRAFT:
COLOR FINE:
COLOR SNAPSHOT:
Black & white direct copy:
Black & white memory copy:
360 × 360 dpi
360 × 360 dpi with halftone
360 × 360 dpi, full colour
360 × 360 dpi, full colour
360 × 360 dpi, full colour
360 × 360 dpi
8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm
Printing Resolution
360 × 360 dpi
Default Size
100%
Reduction Sizes
70%/80%/90%
A-6
Specifications
Appendix A
Copy Speed
Black & white copy
A4 size: Up to 3.1 pages/minute
Colour copy
COLOR DRAFT mode, A4 size:
Approx. 3 minutes
COLOR FINE mode, A4 size:
Approx. 9 minutes
COLOR SNAPSHOT (102 × 152 mm): Approx. 3 minutes, 50 seconds
Multiple Copies
Up to 99 copies of a black & white document
1 copy of a colour document
Specifications
Telephone
Automatic Fax/Tel switchover
Handset/Telephone connection
Answering machine connection (CNG detecting signal)
Extension phone/Data modem connection
Remote reception by telephone
Remote receiving ID (Default): 25
Tone/+ button
Pause button
D.T. button
Network Switch
Appendix A
Specifications
A-7
Printer
Printing Method
Bubble Jet ink on-demand
Paper Handling
Automatic feed
Multi-Purpose Tray Capacity — Auto Feed Only
Maximum thickness of stacked paper: 10 mm
Plain paper:
Approx. 100 sheets* (10 mm stack)
(A4/Letter/Legal)
Glossy photo paper:
1 sheet
Banner paper:
1 sheet (2 to 6 long)
High resolution paper:
Approx. 10 sheets
Bubble Jet paper:
Approx. 100 sheets (10 mm stack)
Fabric sheets:
1 sheet
Transparencies:
50 sheets
Back print film:
10 sheets
High gloss film:
1 sheet
Envelopes:
10 envelopes
(European DL or
U.S. Commercial No. 10)
Paper Size
A4 paper:
Letter paper:
Legal paper:
Banner paper:
European DL envelope:
U.S Commercial
No. 10 envelope:
210 × 297 mm (8.27 × 11.69 in.)
215.9 × 279.4 mm (8.5 × 11 in.)
215.9 × 355.6 mm (8.5 × 14 in.)
210 × Max. 1800 mm
220 × 110 mm (8.66 × 4.33 in.)
241.3 × 104.1 mm (9.5 × 4.1 in.)
* 75 g/m2 paper
A-8
Specifications
Appendix A
Fabric sheets:
Transparencies:
Back print film:
High gloss film:
Envelopes:
Assortment:
Recommended
Canon Glossy Photo Paper GP-201
Canon Banner Paper
Canon High Resolution Paper HR-101
Canon Bubble Jet Paper (water resistant)
LC-301
Fabric Sheet FS-101 for Canon Bubble Jet
printers
Canon CF-102 Transparencies
Canon Back Print Film BF-102
Canon High Gloss Film HG-101
European DL
Commercial No. 10
Assorted Paper Starter Kit SK-102
Paper Weight
64 to 105 g/m2
Print Speed
BC-21e Colour BJ Cartridge
Draft mode:
Standard mode:
Approx. 2 pages/minute
Approx. 1.5 pages/minute
BX-20 Black BJ Cartridge
Draft mode:
Standard mode:
Approx. 510 cps/10 cpi
Approx. 360 cps/10 cpi
Print Width
Maximum 203.2 mm
Resolution
Colour: 720 × 360 dpi
Black: 720 × 360 dpi (with Smoothing)
Appendix A
Specifications
A-9
Specifications
Media Type
Glossy photo paper:
Banner paper:
High resolution paper:
Bubble Jet paper:
Printable Area—Papers
The shaded portion in the following illustrations shows the printing
area for papers:
210 mm (8.27")
3 mm
(0.12")
A4
297 mm
(11.69")
FEED
DIRECTION
7 mm
(0.28")*
3.4 mm
(0.13")
3.4 mm
(0.13")
215.9 mm (8.5")
215.9 mm (8.5")
3 mm
(0.12")
3 mm
(0.12")
LETTER
279.4 mm
(11")
FEED
DIRECTION
355.6 mm
(14")
LEGAL
FEED
DIRECTION
7 mm
(0.28")*
6.4 mm
(0.25")
7 mm
(0.28")*
6.4 mm
(0.25")
6.4 mm
(0.25")
6.4 mm
(0.25")
* The length of the lower margin varies depending on the printing conditions:
– 7 mm (0.28") for monochrome printing when not using the printer driver
(4 mm/0.16" when printing from memory).
– 16 mm (0.63") for monochrome and colour printing when using the printer
driver.
– 21 mm (0.83") for colour copying and printing of received colour faxes.
A-10
Specifications
Appendix A
Printable Area—Envelopes
The shaded portion in the following illustrations show the printing area
for envelopes:
220 mm (8.66")
3 mm (0.12")
110 mm
(4.33")
EUROPEAN DL
7 mm (0.28")
6.4 mm (0.25")
10.4 mm (0.41")
Specifications
FEED
DIRECTION
241.3 mm (9.5")
3 mm (0.12")
104.1 mm
(4.1")
U.S. COMMERCIAL
NO. 10
7 mm (0.28")
6.4 mm (0.25")
31.4 mm (1.24")
FEED
DIRECTION
Appendix A
Specifications
A-11
BJ Cartridges
BC-21e Colour BJ Cartridge
Print head:
Ink colour:
Cartridge yield:
64 nozzles for black
24 nozzles for each colour (cyan,
magenta, yellow)
Approx. 2,000 colour pages at 30%
coverage.
BCI-21 Colour (cyan, magenta, yellow)
BCI-21 Black
Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Approx. 80 pages*
BX-20 Black BJ Cartridge
Print head:
Ink colour:
Cartridge yield:
128 nozzles
Black
Approx. 1000 pages**
Print head life:
BJ tanks:
BC-22e Photo BJ Cartridge
Print head:
Ink colour:
Cartridge yield:
64 nozzles for black
24 nozzles for each colour (cyan,
magenta, yellow)
Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Approx. 22 pages***
* At 7.5% coverage
** Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1.
*** Based on Canon Standard Pattern Chart.
A-12
Specifications
Appendix A
Scanner
Scanning Method
Solid-state electronic scanning by contact image sensor
Scanning image processing
UHQ™ (Ultra High Quality) image enhancement
Halftones: 256 levels of grey
Colour: 16,777,216 colours
Manual document feed
Size (W × L):
Quantity:
Thickness:
Weight:
Specifications
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Automatic document feed:
Size (W × L):
Maximum: 216 mm × Approx. 1 m
Minimum: 210 × 148 mm
Quantity:*
Up to 20 A4-size, 20 letter-size
10 legal-size sheets
Thickness:
0.08–0.13 mm
Weight:
75–90 g/m2
Maximum: 216 mm × Approx. 1 m
Minimum: 80 × 45 mm
1 sheet
0.08–0.43 mm
90–340 g/m2
Resolution
Optical:
300 dpi × 600 dpi
Enhanced: 30–600 dpi (set from within application)
Effective Scanning Width
214 mm
Compatibility
TWAIN
* 75 g/m2 paper
Appendix A
Specifications
A-13
Scanning speed
B&W Text (30–150 dpi):
B&W Text (151–300 dpi):
B&W Text (301–600 dpi):
Greyscale (30–150 dpi):
Greyscale (151–300 dpi):
Greyscale (301–600 dpi):
Colour (30–150 dpi):
Colour (151–300 dpi):
Colour (301–600 dpi):
5.8 seconds/page
11.6 seconds/page
23.2 seconds/page
5.8 seconds/page
11.6 seconds/page
23.2 seconds/page
17.4 seconds/page
34.7 seconds/page
69.5 seconds/page
Document Sizes
When the document feed lever is set to Automatic document feed
Maximum Document Size
Minimum Document Size
210 mm
216 mm
148 mm
UP TO A
MAXIMUM OF 32
MINUTES FOR
EACH PAGE OR
1 METRE IN
LENGTH
A-14
Specifications
Appendix A
When the document feed lever is set to Manual document feed
Note that the scanning length may be shorter than the length of the
actual document.
Maximum Document Size
216 mm
Minimum Document Size
80 mm
45 mm
Specifications
UP TO A
MAXIMUM OF 32
MINUTES FOR
EACH PAGE OR
1 METRE IN
LENGTH
Appendix A
Specifications
A-15
Scanned Image
The shaded area in the illustration below is outside the MultiPASS C70’s
scanning area. Make sure your document’s text and graphics do not
extend into these margins.
MAX. 4.0 mm
A4
MAX. 4.0 mm
(COLOUR FAX: MAX. 6.0 mm)
MAX. 4.5 mm
A-16
Specifications
MAX. 4.5 mm
Appendix A
System Requirements
IBM® or compatible computer with a Pentium 90 processor or higher. An
Intel Pentium processor is recommended.
Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, or NT 4.0
For Microsoft Windows® NT 4.0, Service Pack 3 or later
32 megabytes (MB) of RAM. 64 MB of RAM is recommended.
60 megabytes (MB) of available hard disk space. 150 MB of available hard
disk space is recommended.
CD-ROM drive, or access to one over a network connection
256-colour SVGA monitor or greater
Bi-directional shielded IEEE 1284-compatible parallel cable 2 metres in
length or shorter. For assistance on purchasing the correct cable, contact
your local authorised Canon dealer.
Software Package
Canon proprietary MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows®
MultiPASS Printer Driver
MultiPASS Fax Driver
Scan Driver (ScanGear for MultiPASS)
MultiPASS Service (Windows® NT only)
MultiPASS Status Monitor
Send Fax Manager
MultiPASS Toolbar
Appendix A
Specifications
A-17
Specifications
MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows ®
A-18
Specifications
Appendix A
Appendix B
Handset
This section describes the handset and how to attach it to the MultiPASS
C70.
Handset
❏ Handset......................................................................................................B-2
• Package Contents.................................................................................B-2
• Attaching the Handset to Your MultiPASS C70..............................B-3
• Maintaining Your Handset.................................................................B-9
Appendix B
Handset
B-1
Handset
Package Contents
Make sure your package includes the following handset items. If
anything is damaged or missing, notify your Canon dealer immediately.
CRADLE SUPPORT
HANDSET CRADLE
SCREWS WITH PLUGS (4)
HANDSET
SCREWS
(Not used for your MultiPASS C70.)
B-2
Handset
Appendix B
Attaching the Handset to Your MultiPASS C70
Follow these steps to attach the handset to your MultiPASS C70:
1. Use two of the screws to attach the handset cradle to the cradle
support.
n
Appendix B
If you cannot push the screws in with your finger, screw them in with a
phillips screwdriver. Make sure the screws are inserted all the way in
and are not protruding.
Handset
B-3
Handset
❏ Push the screws in with your finger.
2. Before attaching the cradle support to the MultiPASS C70, you
need to remove the BJ cartridge from the unit.
❏ To remove the cartridge follow steps 1 to 5 on pages 12-19 to
12-22.
❏ Store the BJ cartridge in the SB-21 BJ cartridge container
provided with your MultiPASS C70.
3. Unplug the power cord from the power cord connector on the back
of the MultiPASS C70.
4. Turn the MultiPASS C70 on its side and while supporting the unit,
use a screwdriver to remove the two covers on the bottom of the
unit.
B-4
Handset
Appendix B
5. Support the unit and use the remaining two screws to attach the
cradle support to the unit.
❏ Push the screws in with your finger.
Appendix B
❏ If you cannot push the screws in with your finger, screw them in
with a phillips screwdriver. Make sure the screws are inserted all the
way in and are not protruding.
Handset
B-5
Handset
n
❏ Make sure you support the MultiPASS C70 when inserting the
screws.
6. Return the MultiPASS C70 to its upright position and place the
handset in its cradle.
n
Make sure the cradle support rests on the table top along with the
MultiPASS C70.
7. Connect the line from the handset to the jack marked h on the side
of the MultiPASS C70.
B-6
Handset
Appendix B
8. Plug the power cord back into the power cord connector on the
back of the MultiPASS C70.
9. Install the BJ cartridge back in the cartridge holder inside the unit.
n
Appendix B
When carrying the MultiPASS C70, do not lift it by the handset cradle as
it may break.
Handset
B-7
Handset
❏ For details, refer to Installing the BJ Cartridge in the MultiPASS
C70. (1 p. 2-31)
RINGER SWITCH
Allows you to select the ring volume of the
handset for incoming calls. Set to HI, LO,
or OFF according to your preference.
B-8
Handset
Appendix B
Maintaining Your Handset
To maintain your handset in top working condition, be sure to follow
these guidelines:
❏ Do not leave your handset exposed to direct sunlight.
❏ Do not install your handset in hot or humid conditions.
❏ Do not spray aerosol polishes on your handset as they may enter the
holes on your handset and cause damage.
Handset
❏ Use a damp cloth to clean your handset.
Appendix B
Handset
B-9
B-10
Handset
Appendix B
Glossary
A
AC
Alternating current. The type of electrical current available from a wall
outlet.
Activity report
A journal of the MultiPASS C70’s fax transactions, both sent and
received.
Address Book
The MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows® provides you with an
electronic Address Book that allows you to create a list of people with
their fax/telephone numbers.
Application program
Software prepared for a specific function or set of functions. Examples
include word-processing programs and the MultiPASS Desktop
Manager. Developers who make application programs include drivers
that support different types of printers.
Automatic dialling
Dialling fax or telephone numbers by using a shortcut of pressing one or
three buttons. To use automatic dialling, you must register the numbers.
See also One-touch speed dialling, Coded speed dialling, Group dialling, and
Address Book.
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
The device included in the MultiPASS C70 that automatically feeds the
document being faxed, copied, or scanned into the MultiPASS C70.
Glossary
G-1
Glossary
Auto FAX/TEL switching
See FAX/TEL switching.
Automatic image reduction
The MultiPASS C70 can print the date, time, name or company name,
and a fax/telephone number at the top of the faxes it receives. To
prevent this information from crowding the faxed image on the page
and possibly lengthening the fax, the MultiPASS C70 automatically
reduces the size of the image on the page.
Automatic redialling
When the receiving fax machine is busy, the MultiPASS C70 waits a
specified time and then automatically redials the number. You define the
number of times the unit redials and the length of time between
redialling.
B
Bi-directional parallel interface port
An interface connection that is capable of both sending and receiving.
For example, when you print or send a fax from your PC, data goes
from your PC to the MultiPASS C70; when you scan or receive a fax into
your PC, data goes from the MultiPASS C70 to your PC.
BJ cartridge
The printing mechanism that contains the print head unit and ink(s).
BJ tank
The special type of ink container housed by the BJ cartridge. The BC-21e
Colour BJ cartridge contains two BJ tanks: one colour—BCI-21 Colour
(which includes cyan, magenta, yellow) and one black—BCI-21 Black.
bps
Bits per second. Refers to the speed with which a fax machine sends and
receives data.
Broadcasting
Transmitting documents to more than one destination.
Bubble Jet (BJ) printing
An ink jet type printer that heats the ink to a boiling point in a nozzle to
form a bubble. When the bubble expands, there is no room left in the
nozzle for the ink and the ink is projected onto paper.
G-2
Glossary
C
CCITT/ITU-TS
Formerly known as CCITT, Consultative Committee for International
Telegraph and Telephone. CCITT has been replaced by the International
Telecommunications Union-Telecommunications Sector (ITU-TS), a
committee created to set international standards for telecommunications.
Centronics®
An interface standard for parallel data transmission. The interface on
the MultiPASS C70 is a Centronics®-type parallel interface.
CNG
Calling Tone. This is a signal sent by fax machines to identify the call as
an incoming document. When the receiving fax detects this signal, it
automatically starts to receive the fax transmission. The majority of fax
machines in use today can send and detect CNG signals.
Coded speed dialling
An automatic dialling method that allows you to dial a fax or telephone
number by pressing the Coded Dial button and a two-digit code using
the numeric buttons.
Cursor
The underline symbol you see in the LCD display when you register
numbers and names in the MultiPASS C70.
D
dB(A)
Stands for decibel level (a decibel being a unit of measurement for the
intensity of the sound coming from the unit), adjusted for background
noise.
Glossary
G-3
Glossary
cps
Characters per second. A unit of measurement that indicates the printer’s
speed.
Delayed sending
The ability to send a document at a preset time in the future. You do not
have to be in your office to use delayed sending to one or more
destinations. (You can only set up one delayed transmission at a time
with the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.)
Dialling methods
Ways of pressing one or more buttons to access a number to connect to
an outside party or fax machine. Dialling methods include one-touch,
coded speed dialling, group dialling, and manual (regular) dialling.
Document
The sheet of paper containing the data that you send to, or receive from
a unit.
dpi
Dots per inch. A unit of measurement for indicating a printer’s
resolution.
Dual access (Multitasking)
Enables the MultiPASS C70 to receive a fax, even if it is copying or
printing a document. Also enables you to scan other faxes into memory,
make copies, print out reports, print documents or register information
while the MultiPASS C70 sends a fax from memory.
E
ECM
Error Correction Mode. The ability of your MultiPASS C70 to reduce
system and line errors when sending or receiving from another fax
machine with ECM capability. ECM is most effective in areas where the
telephone lines are in poor condition or there is frequent interference on
the line.
Extension phone
A telephone connected to the MultiPASS C70, usually placed away from
the unit. You can use the extension phone to manually activate incoming
faxes.
G-4
Glossary
F
Factory default
The MultiPASS C70 is preprogrammed in the factory with settings that
we recommend. These are known as factory default settings. You can
customise your MultiPASS C70 by programming settings other than the
factory default settings.
FAX/TEL switching
The ability of the MultiPASS C70 to automatically detect whether a call
is from a fax machine or telephone. With this feature, one telephone line
can be shared by both the telephone and the fax machine.
FINE
The resolution setting for documents with very small characters and
lines.
Font
A complete set of characters of the same size and type; a particular
implementation of a typeface. For example, 12-point Courier bold.
Form feed
A printer function that automatically ejects the current page and
advances the printer to the top of the next page.
G3, Group 3 fax machine
Defined by CCITT/ITU-T. Uses encoding schemes to transmit image
data while reducing the amount of data that needs to be transmitted,
thus reducing transmission time. G3 fax machines can transmit one page
in less than one minute. Encoding schemes for G3 fax machines are
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR), and Modified
Modified READ (MMR).
Graphic
A written, printed, or electronically displayed symbol or drawing. Also,
characters or text that have been generated by a computer graphics
application program.
Glossary
G-5
Glossary
G
Greyscale
Representing colour in black & white as a result of different intensities
of colour. Different colours and intensities of colours appear as different
shades of grey.
Group dialling
A dialling method that enables you to dial up to 111 registered onetouch speed dialling or coded speed dialling numbers together as a
group. This means that you can press just one or three buttons to enter
numbers when sending the same document to many destinations.
H
Halftone
Using this method, the MultiPASS C70 produces shades of grey or of
colours by mapping dots to be printed. For colour printing, different
coloured dots of ink are placed closely together to create illusions of
other colours.
I
IEEE 1284
IEEE 1284 is the new specification standard for computer-to-peripheral
bi-directional parallel interface communications. The new standard was
adopted by IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., in
1993. Some of the benefits it provides are: bi-directional communication
between PCs and peripheral devices, a higher speed data transfer rate,
and protection against data loss due to noise interference.
Ink Jet printer
A nonimpact printer that ejects ink onto paper to form characters. The
MultiPASS C70 has a special type of ink jet printer built in called a
Bubble Jet printer.
Ink saver
You can enable or disable economy printing (ink saving feature) for
black & white printing. By enabling the ECONOMY PRT setting, ink
consumption can be decreased, resulting in a longer effective cartridge
life. You set ECONOMY PRT in the PRINTER SETTINGS menu.
G-6
Glossary
Intensity
The amount of colour. More intense or more saturated colours are more
pure. Less intense or less saturated colours are less vivid.
Interface port
The MultiPASS C70 comes with one IEEE 1284, bi-directional parallel
interface port, located on the back of the unit. You attach the cable that
connects your PC and the MultiPASS C70 to this port.
J
Jack
The telephone receptacles on your wall or in your MultiPASS C70 used
to connect the MultiPASS C70 to the telephone line, handset or
telephone, and answering machine, extension phone, or data modem.
L
Landscape orientation
Refers to printing across the length of the page (as opposed to portrait
orientation, which is printing across the width of the page).
Line feed
A printer function that advances the paper one line.
Manual receiving
A method of receiving faxes in which you answer all incoming calls
using the handset, a telephone, or an extension phone.
Manual redialling
When you use regular dialling, you can redial a number “manually” by
simply pressing the R (Redial)/Pause button on the operation panel.
The last number dialled with the numeric buttons is the number
redialled.
Glossary
G-7
Glossary
M
Memory broadcast
Allows you to send a scanned fax to as many as 113 destinations, using
a combination of one-touch speed dialling, coded speed dialling, and
regular dialling.
Memory sending
Scans a document into memory before the MultiPASS C70 dials the
number(s) and sends it. This method allows you to retrieve your
original document immediately after scanning.
Modem
A device that converts (MOdulates) digital data for transmission over
telephone lines. At the receiving end, this device converts the
modulated data (DEModulates) to digital format that the PC
understands.
MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows® software
Canon’s exclusive software package that allows you to use the
MultiPASS C70 with your Windows® software applications. You must
install the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to use your MultiPASS C70 as a
printer, scanner, or PC fax.
N
Noise
A term applied to a variety of problems that impair the operation of
telephone lines used for faxing.
Noise level
See dB(A).
Numeric buttons
The round, numbered buttons on the operation panel marked the same
as a standard telephone keypad. Press them to perform regular dialling.
They are also used to enter numbers, letters, and symbols when
registering numbers and names, and for entering two-digit codes for
coded speed dialling.
G-8
Glossary
O
Off-line
The printer’s communication status in which you cannot transfer data
from your PC to the printer.
On-line
The printer’s communication status in which it is being controlled by
your PC and is ready to receive data.
One-touch speed dialling
An automatic dialling method that allows you to dial a fax or telephone
number by pressing a single one-touch speed dialling button. The
MultiPASS C70 can store up to 12 numbers for one-touch speed dialling.
One-touch speed dialling buttons
The buttons numbered 01 to 12 on the operation panel, each of which
may be registered as a fax or telephone number. Once a number is
registered, you press one button to dial the entire number.
P
Pause
A timing entry required for registering certain long distance numbers
and for dialling out through some telephone systems or switchboards.
Pressing the R (Redial)/Pause button enters a pause between digits of
a fax/telephone number.
PC fax
An electronic way to send and receive faxes. A PC fax is sent from or
received in a PC. Using the MultiPASS C70 allows you to send and
receive PC faxes and the MultiPASS Desktop Manager lets you save,
sort, and print the PC faxes.
Glossary
G-9
Glossary
Page orientation
Refers to the direction of print on the page. Printing across the width of
a page is called portrait orientation. Printing across the length of a page
is called landscape orientation.
Photo
The document setting you use for sending or copying documents with
intermediate tones, such as photographs.
Platen
The printer component that holds the paper in position during ink
transfer.
Portrait orientation
Refers to printing across the width of the page (letter style). This is the
opposite of landscape orientation, which is printing across the length of
the page.
Print head
The printing mechanism that contains print nozzles and ejects the ink
for printing.
Print head capping
An automatic protection function that prevents the BJ cartridge print
head unit and BJ cartridges from drying out or becoming clogged with
dust.
Printable area
The area of a sheet of paper on which a printer can reproduce text or
graphics (the printing area is smaller than the paper).
Printer driver
Software that sends printing instructions to a printer (in this case, the
MultiPASS C70). The printer driver keeps track of the attributes of a
printer and the codes the program must send to access those attributes.
Pulse
See Rotary pulse.
G-10
Glossary
Q
Quick-on-line sending
Quick-on-line sending is the easiest and quickest way to send a
document. After a document is set in the Automatic Document Feeder
(ADF), the MultiPASS C70 begins to scan the entire document into the
memory. As the first page of a multiple page document is being
scanned, your MultiPASS C70 will begin to call the other party, and
transmit the information even as the remaining pages are being scanned.
R
RAM
Random Access Memory. Memory that is used for temporary storage of
information such as: documents you want to print, scanned and
received documents, and downloaded fonts.
Receiving
Receiving transmission is also defined as RX or Reception. This refers to
how the MultiPASS C70 receives a fax.
Reception
See Receiving.
Redialling-automatic
See Automatic redialling.
Glossary
Redialling-manual
See Manual redialling.
Reduction mode
See Automatic image reduction.
Registering
A process by which you place fax or telephone numbers, names, and
other information in the MultiPASS C70’s memory.
Glossary
G-11
Regular dialling
Pressing the individual numeric buttons to dial a fax or telephone
number.
Remote receiving ID
The two-digit code that enables you to manually activate a fax using a
telephone or extension phone connected to the MultiPASS C70. (The
default code is 25.)
Remote reception
Activating reception of a fax by answering a telephone or extension
phone that is connected to the MultiPASS C70, but that is not located
near the MultiPASS C70. You need to dial the remote receiving ID to
start remote reception.
Reports
A document printed by the MultiPASS C70 containing information
about the faxes it has sent or received.
Resolution
The density of dots for any given output device. Expressed in terms of
dots per inch (dpi). Low resolution causes font characters and graphics
to have a jagged appearance. Higher resolution means smoother curves
and angles as well as a better match to traditional typeface designs.
Resolution values are represented by horizontal data and vertical data,
for example, 360 × 360 dpi.
Rotary pulse
A telephone dialling system where a dial is rotated to send pulses to the
telephone switching system. When you pulse dial, you hear clicks.
When you touch-tone dial, the most common dialling system, you hear
tones.
RX
See Receiving.
S
Scanning contrast
A setting that darkens or lightens the scanning of documents.
G-12
Glossary
Sender ID
Information printed at the top of a fax (also called TTI or Transmit
Terminal ID). This data appears only if the sending fax machine has been
programmed with the information.
Sending
Sending transmission is also defined by TX or Transmit. A fax document
that has been scanned by a fax machine and sent over telephone lines, in
the form of electrical pulses, to another fax machine is a sending
transmission. The MultiPASS C70 also allows you to send a black &
white document directly from your PC (PC faxing).
Sending speed
The rate at which faxes are transmitted through the telephone line. See
also bps (bits per second).
Smoothing mode
A printer mode in which the printer enhances the horizontal resolution
of black ink.
STANDARD
A document setting for sending normal typewritten or printed
documents containing only text and no drawings, photographs, or
illustrations.
Glossary
Standby
The mode in which the MultiPASS C70 is on and ready to use. All
operations start from standby mode when the LCD displays the time
and reception mode.
T
Timed sending
See Delayed sending.
Tone/pulse setting
The ability to set the MultiPASS C70 to match the telephone dialling
system your telephone line uses: touch-tone or rotary pulse.
Glossary
G-13
Transaction number
A unique number assigned to each document sent (TX NO.) or each fax
received (RX NO.) by the MultiPASS C70 and used to identify that
particular fax.
Transmit
See Sending.
TTI
Transmit Terminal ID. See Sender ID.
TWAIN
An industry standard that allows you to input image data directly from
a scanner or other input device. Because your MultiPASS C70 supports
TWAIN, you can use the scanning features of the MultiPASS C70 with
any Windows® application that also supports TWAIN.
TX
See Sending.
U
UHQ™ (Ultra High Quality)
An exclusive Canon digital image processing system that incorporates
64 shades of grey along with a special edge enhancement feature which
ensures that text and photos are transmitted with ultimate clarity.
G-14
Glossary
Index
A
Activity Report 11-2, 11-5
ACTIVITY REPORT setting 11-5, 14-8
Alarm light 2-25, 2-26
ALARM VOLUME setting 14-6
ANS.MACHINE MODE 8-3
setting 8-16
using an answering machine 8-17
Answering machine
connecting 2-19
jack 2-19, 2-24
receiving with 8-3, 8-16, 8-17
using 8-17
Area
printable 5-3, 5-4
scanning 4-4
Assembling 2-12 to 2-14
Assorted paper starter kit 5-7
Index
Attaching
document support 2-12
document tray 2-13, 2-14
Australia
network FAX/TEL switching 8-4,
8-19 to 8-21
AUTO PRINT setting 14-8
AUTO REDIAL
message 13-7
setting 7-21, 14-10
Automatic document feed
loading documents 4-6 to 4-8
requirements for documents 4-2, 4-3
selecting 4-5
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
2-23
adding pages to document in 4-10
capacity 4-2
clearing jams 13-4, 13-5
loading documents 4-6 to 4-8, 4-11,
4-12
removing document from 7-15, 7-16
Automatic redialling
cancelling 7-18, 7-19
definition 7-17, 7-18
setting up 7-20 to 7-22
B
Index
C button 2-24
+ button. See Tone/+ button
l button 2-27, 2-28
r button 2-27, 2-28
u button 2-27
d button 2-27
R (Redial)/Pause button 2-25, 2-26,
7-17, 9-6
P mark 2-42
1-Touch Spd Dial List 6-27, 11-3
printing 6-26, 6-27
Back print film 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
uncurling 5-19, 5-20
I-1
Banner paper 5-2, 5-6
printing 5-26 to 5-31
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge 2-6, 2-7,
12-12
installing 2-31 to 2-36
replacing 12-19 to 12-25
replacing BJ tank in 12-26 to 12-31
BC-22e Photo BJ cartridge 12-13
installing 2-31 to 2-36
replacing 12-19 to 12-25
BCI-21 Black BJ tank 2-6, 2-7, 12-12
replacing 12-26 to 12-31
BCI-21 Colour BJ tank 12-12
replacing 12-26 to 12-31
BJ cartridge. See also individual
cartridge names
guidelines 2-29, 2-30
included 2-6, 2-7
installing 2-29 to 2-36
maintenance 12-14
print head 12-15 to 12-17
replacing 12-19 to 12-25
storing 2-37, 2-38
supplies 1-11
types 12-12, 12-13
when to replace 12-18, 12-19
BJ cartridge container 2-6, 2-7
storing a BJ cartridge in 2-37, 2-38
BJ cartridge print head
cleaning 12-17
printing nozzle check pattern 12-15,
12-16
testing 12-15, 12-16
I-2
BJ tank. See also individual tank names
included 2-6, 2-7
maintenance 12-14
replacing 12-26 to 12-31
supplies 1-11
types 12-12
Black & white copying 10-2 to 10-4
Black & white sending
setting 7-3
setting resolution for 7-4, 7-5
BLACK INK EMPTY message 8-28,
13-7
BOTTOM MARGIN setting 10-7, 14-14
Bubble Jet paper 5-2, 5-6
BUSY/NO SIGNAL message 13-7,
13-8
Buttons. See individual button names
BX-20 Black BJ cartridge 12-12
installing 2-31 to 2-36
replacing 12-19 to 12-25
C
CALLING message 13-8
CALLING VOLUME setting 14-6
Cancelling
automatic redialling 7-18, 7-19
manual redialling 7-17
receiving 8-31
restriction 9-12, 9-13
sending 7-14
Canon specialty papers. See Specialty
papers
Capacity
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
4-2
Index
Index
Coded Dial button 2-25, 2-26
Coded Speed Dial List 6-26 to 6-28,
11-3
Coded speed dialling 6-2, 7-8
changing entry 6-14 to 6-16
deleting entry 6-14 to 6-16
list 6-26 to 6-28, 11-3
registering 6-11 to 6-13
using 6-17, 6-18
COLOR COPY MEDIA setting 10-5,
14-14
COLOR INK EMPTY message 8-28,
13-10
COLOR RX setting 8-26, 14-12
Color/B&W button 2-25, 7-3, 10-2,
10-3
Colour
copier features 1-7
copying 10-2 to 10-4
fax features 1-4, 1-5
PC fax features 1-6
printer features 1-8
receiving in 8-25, 8-26
scanner features 1-9
Colour copying 10-2 to 10-4
features 1-7
problems 13-32 to 13-34
setting length of bottom margin
10-7, 10-8
setting paper type 10-5, 10-6
Colour printing
features 1-8
problems 13-32 to 13-34
setting length of bottom margin
10-7, 10-8
Index
multi-purpose tray 5-2
Cartridge. See BJ cartridge
Cartridge (C) button. See C button
Cartridge container. See BJ cartridge
container
Cartridge holder 2-24
CARTRIDGE JAMMED message 13-8
CD-ROM
MultiPASS Suite software/printer
driver 2-7
CHANGE CARTRIDGE message 8-29,
13-9
Changing
coded speed dialling entry 6-14 to
6-16
group dialling entry 6-23
one-touch speed dialling entry 6-6
to 6-8
CHECK DOCUMENT message 13-4,
13-9
CHECK PAPER SIZE message 13-9
CHECK PRINTER message 13-9, 13-10
Cleaning
BJ cartridge print head 12-17
button 2-27, 2-28, 5-23, 12-15, 12-17
inside of MultiPASS C70 12-5 to
12-11
outside of MultiPASS C70 12-4
periodic 12-4 to 12-11
rollers 5-22 to 5-24, 12-11
scanner components 12-8 to 12-11
sheet 5-22 to 5-24
Clear button 2-27, 2-28
CLEAR PAPER JAM message 8-29,
13-6, 13-10
I-3
Colour reception
setting 8-25, 8-26
setting length of bottom margin
10-7, 10-8
Colour sending
setting 7-3
setting resolution for 7-5
Components 2-6, 2-7, 2-23 to 2-28
BC-21e Colour BJ cartridge 2-6, 2-7
BCI-21 Black BJ tank 2-6, 2-7
cradle support 2-6, 2-7. See also
Appendix B, Handset
document support 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
document tray 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
documentation 2-6
extension 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
handset 2-6, 2-7, 2-23. See also
Appendix B, Handset
handset cradle 2-6, 2-7. See also
Appendix B, Handset
MultiPASS C70 2-6, 2-7
MultiPASS Suite software/printer
driver CD-ROM 2-7
MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide 2-7
parallel cable 2-8
power cord 2-6, 2-7
SB-21 BJ cartridge container 2-6, 2-7
screws with plugs 2-6, 2-7. See also
Appendix B, Handset
telephone line 2-6, 2-7
User’s Guide 2-7
warranty sheet 2-7
Connecting
answering machine 2-19
data modem 2-19
I-4
extension phone 2-19
handset 2-18. See also Appendix B,
Handset
MultiPASS C70 to PC 2-15, 2-16
parallel cable 2-15, 2-16
power cord 2-20 to 2-22
telephone 2-18
telephone line 2-17
Connections 2-15 to 2-22
Connector
power cord 2-21, 2-24
Contrast
setting 7-6, 7-7
CONVERT CLR>B&W? message 13-10
Copier
colour features 1-7
features 1-7
Copy button 2-25, 2-26, 10-3
Copying 10-2 to 10-4
document requirements 4-2, 4-3
features 1-7
in black & white 10-2 to 10-4
in colour 10-2 to 10-4
problems 13-24, 13-32 to 13-34
setting length of bottom margin for
colour 10-7, 10-8
setting paper type for colour 10-5,
10-6
while receiving 8-27
Correcting
mistake 3-11
Cover
printer 2-23, 2-24
Index
D
D.T. button 2-27, 2-28, 9-9
Data modem
connecting 2-19
jack 2-19, 2-24
Data Registration button 2-27, 3-5, 3-7
Date
entering 3-14, 3-15
DATE & TIME setting 3-14, 14-6
DATE SETUP setting 14-16
Default 14-3
definition 1-15
DEFAULT ACTION 8-10, 8-11
setting 8-12, 8-13
Delayed sending 7-27
sending other documents when
MultiPASS C70 set for 7-27
Deleting
coded speed dialling entry 6-14 to
6-16
document from memory 7-33, 7-34
group dialling entry 6-23
one-touch speed dialling entry 6-6
to 6-8
Desktop Manager. See MultiPASS
Desktop Manager
Dial tone
confirming 9-9
Index
DIALING message 13-11
Dialling
coded speed 6-2, 6-11 to 6-18, 7-8
confirming dial tone 9-9
group 6-2, 6-19 to 6-25, 7-8
long distance number 9-5, 9-6
methods 7-8
one-touch speed 6-2, 6-3 to 6-10, 7-8
PC 7-8
regular 7-8
restricting 9-10, 9-11
speed. See Speed dialling
switching temporarily to tone 9-7,
9-8
through switchboard 9-2 to 9-4
Dimensions
MultiPASS C70 2-4
Display
LCD 2-25
DISPLAY LANGUAGE setting 14-16
Doc. Memory List 7-28, 11-2
DOC. TOO LONG message 13-11
Document
adding pages in Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF) 4-10
copying 10-2 to 10-4
definition 1-15
feed lever 2-25, 4-5
feeding multipage 4-6 to 4-10
guides 2-23
in memory 7-28 to 7-34
jams 13-4, 13-5
loading 4-6 to 4-8, 4-11, 4-12
loading for automatic feed 4-6 to 4-8
I-5
Index
Cradle
handset 2-6, 2-7. See also Appendix B,
Handset
support 2-6, 2-7. See also Appendix B,
Handset
Customer support 1-17, 13-2, 13-3
loading for manual feed 4-11, 4-12
problem 4-3
quantity 4-2
removing from Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF) 7-15, 7-16
requirements 4-2, 4-3
size 4-2
thickness 4-2
trouble with multipage 4-9
weight 4-2
Document in memory
deleting 7-33, 7-34
printing 7-29 to 7-32
printing list 7-28
DOCUMENT READY message 13-11
Document support 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
attaching 2-12
Document tray 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
attaching 2-13, 2-14
Documentation 2-6
MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide 1-13, 2-7
User’s Guide 1-13, 2-7
using this guide 1-13, 1-14
warranty sheet 2-7
E
EARTH CONNECTION setting 9-3, 9-4,
14-6
ECM RX
message 13-11
setting 14-12
ECM TX
message 13-11
setting 14-10
I-6
ECONOMY PRT setting 14-14
Envelopes 5-5, 5-6
loading 5-15 to 5-17
printable area 5-4
requirements 5-2
Error RX Report 11-2, 11-9
Error TX Report 11-2, 11-6
Extension 2-6, 2-7, 2-23
attaching 2-13, 2-14
output tray 2-23
Extension phone
connecting 2-19
jack 2-19, 2-24
F
F/T RING TIME 8-10, 8-11
setting 8-12
Fabric sheets 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
printing 5-24, 5-25
Fax
colour features 1-4, 1-5
definition 1-15
name 3-15 to 3-17
number 3-15 to 3-17
PC colour features 1-6
PC features 1-6
plain paper features 1-4, 1-5
FAX ONLY MODE 8-3
setting 8-5 to 8-7, 14-12
FAX/TEL AUTO SW setting 8-9, 14-12
Fax/Tel Mode 8-3
setting 8-8, 8-9
setting up 8-10 to 8-13
Index
G
Glossy photo paper 5-2, 5-6, 5-18
Group Dial List 6-29, 6-30, 11-3
Group dialling 6-2, 7-8
changing entry 6-23
creating groups 6-19 to 6-23
deleting entry 6-23
list 6-29, 6-30, 11-3
using 6-24, 6-25
Index
Guide
document 2-23
paper 2-23
paper output 2-23, 5-21, 5-22
Guidelines
BJ cartridge 2-29, 2-30
entering information via operation
panel 3-3 to 3-11
loading paper 5-13, 5-14
MultiPASS C70 12-2, 12-3
paper 2-39
print media 5-9
specialty papers 5-18, 5-19
H
Handset 2-6, 2-7, 2-23, 2-24. See also
Appendix B, Handset
cradle 2-6, 2-7. See also Appendix B,
Handset
connecting 2-18
manual sending via 7-9, 7-12, 7-13
HANG UP PHONE message 13-12
Hardware
requirements for MultiPASS Desktop
Manager 1-10
High gloss film 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
HIGH RES. PAPER setting 10-6, 14-14
High resolution paper 5-2, 5-6
cleaning sheet 5-22 to 5-24
printing 5-21 to 5-24
Holder
cartridge 2-24
Hook button 2-25, 2-26
HOOKING setting 9-3, 9-4, 14-6
HORIZ & VERTICAL setting 14-14
I-7
Index
Faxing
document requirements 4-2, 4-3
problems 13-18 to 13-22
Features
colour copier 1-7
colour fax 1-4, 1-5
colour PC fax 1-6
colour printer 1-8
colour scanner 1-9
copier 1-7
fax 1-4, 1-5
main 1-3 to 1-9
PC fax 1-6
plain paper fax 1-4, 1-5
printer 1-8
scanner 1-9
telephone 1-7
Film
back print 5-2, 5-7, 5-18, 5-19, 5-20
high gloss 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
transparencies 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
Function
button 2-27, 2-28, 3-4
light 2-27, 2-28, 3-4
I
INCOMING RING setting 14-12
INSIDE IMAGE setting 14-6
INSTALL BC-21e message 8-29, 13-12
INSTALL BC21e/20 message 8-29,
13-12, 13-13
Installing
BJ cartridge 2-29 to 2-36
J
Jack
answering machine 2-19, 2-24
data modem 2-19, 2-24
extension phone 2-19, 2-24
handset 2-18, 2-24
telephone 2-18, 2-24
telephone line 2-17, 2-24
Jams
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
13-4, 13-5
clearing 13-4 to 13-6
multi-purpose tray 13-6
K
KEYPAD VOLUME setting 14-6
Kit
assorted paper starter 5-7
photo 5-8
L
LCD display 2-25
LCD messages. See Messages
Letter mode
changing to 3-9
I-8
lowercase 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
uppercase 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
Letters
entering 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
Lever
document feed 2-25, 4-5
paper thickness 2-24, 5-10 to 5-12
Lifting
MultiPASS C70 2-5, 12-3
Light
Alarm 2-25, 2-26
Function 2-27, 2-28, 3-4
Line. See Telephone line
LINE IN USE message 13-13
LINE MONITOR VOL setting 14-6
Lists
1-Touch Spd Dial 6-26, 6-27, 11-3
Coded Speed Dial 6-26 to 6-28, 11-3
Doc. Memory 7-28, 11-2
documents in memory 7-28
Group Dial 6-29, 6-30, 11-3
summary 11-2, 11-3
User’s Data 3-18, 11-3
LOAD PAPER message 8-28, 13-13
Loading
documents for automatic feed 4-6 to
4-8
documents for manual feed 4-11,
4-12
envelopes 5-15 to 5-17
guidelines 5-13, 5-14
paper 2-39 to 2-43, 5-13, 5-14
Location
choosing for MultiPASS C70 2-3, 2-4
Index
M
Maintenance
BJ cartridge 12-14
BJ tank 12-14
cleaning BJ cartridge print head
12-17
cleaning MultiPASS C70 12-4 to
12-11
MAN/AUTO SWITCH setting 14-12
Manual document feed
loading documents 4-11, 4-12
requirements for documents 4-2, 4-3
selecting 4-5
MANUAL MODE 8-3
receiving with 8-14, 8-15
setting 8-14
Manual redialling
cancelling 7-17
using 7-17
Manual sending via handset 7-9, 7-12,
7-13
Memory
Clear Report 11-2, 11-10, 13-36
deleting document from 7-33, 7-34
documents in 7-28 to 7-34
list of documents in 7-28
printing document in 7-29 to 7-32
receiving in 8-28 to 8-30
Memory Clear Report 11-2, 11-10,
13-36
Index
MEMORY FULL message 13-13
Memory Reference button 2-27, 7-28,
7-29, 7-33, 8-18
MEMORY RX setting 14-12
Memory sending 7-9 to 7-11
MEMORY USED nn% message 13-13
Menu. See also individual menus
accessing 3-5 to 3-7
definition 1-15
summary 14-3, 14-4
understanding 3-5 to 3-7
Menu system. See also Menu and
individual menus
Understanding 14-3, 14-4
Messages 13-7 to 13-15. See also
individual messages
MID PAUSE SET setting 14-10
Mistake
correcting 3-11
Modem. See Data modem
Multi TX/RX Report 11-2, 11-8
Multi-purpose tray 2-23
capacity 5-2
clearing jams 13-6
loading paper in 2-40 to 2-43
MultiPASS C70 2-6, 2-7
assembling 2-12 to 2-14
back view 2-24
choosing location for 2-3, 2-4
cleaning 12-4 to 12-11
components 2-6, 2-7, 2-23 to 2-28
connecting to PC 2-15, 2-16
dimensions 2-4
fax number 3-15 to 3-17
I-9
Index
LOCK PHONE setting 9-11, 9-13, 14-16
Long distance number
dialling 9-5, 9-6
Lowercase letter mode 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
front view 2-23
guidelines 12-2, 12-3
inside view 2-24
lifting 2-5, 12-3
multitasking 1-3, 8-27
operation panel 2-23, 2-25 to 2-28
registering information in 3-2
restricting use 9-10, 9-11
serial number 13-2
settings 14-2. See also individual
setting names
testing 2-44
transporting 12-32, 12-33
unit name 3-15 to 3-17
unpacking 2-5 to 2-8
User’s Guide 1-13, 1-14, 2-7
using with MultiPASS Desktop
Manager 1-10
MultiPASS Desktop Manager
hardware requirements 1-10
receiving to 8-4, 8-18
registering information via 3-2, 14-2
software 1-10
software requirements 1-10
using with MultiPASS C70 1-10
version number 13-2
Multitasking 1-3, 8-27
N
NET SWITCH setting 8-20, 8-23, 14-12
Network FAX/TEL switching
Australia 8-4, 8-19 to 8-21
New Zealand 8-4, 8-22 to 8-24
I-10
New Zealand
network FAX/TEL switching 8-4,
8-22 to 8-24
NO ANSWER message 13-14
NO RX PAPER message 13-14
NO TEL # message 13-14
NOT AVAILABLE message 13-14
Nozzle check pattern
printing 12-15, 12-16
Number mode 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
Numbers
entering 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
Numeric buttons 2-25, 2-26
O
OFFHOOK ALARM setting 14-6
One-touch speed dialling 6-2, 7-8
buttons 2-25, 2-26
changing entry 6-6 to 6-8
deleting entry 6-6 to 6-8
list 6-26, 6-27, 11-3
registering 6-3 to 6-5
using 6-9, 6-10
One-touch speed dialling buttons 2-25,
2-26
using 3-4
Operation panel 2-23, 2-25 to 2-28
guidelines for entering information
via 3-3 to 3-11
registering information via 3-2, 14-2
OUTPUT NO setting 14-8
Output tray 2-23
extension 2-23
OUTPUT YES setting 14-8
Index
P
Paper
assorted starter kit 5-7
banner 5-2, 5-6, 5-26 to 5-31
Bubble Jet 5-2, 5-6
fabric sheets 5-2, 5-7, 5-18, 5-24, 5-25
feeding problems 13-16, 13-17
glossy photo 5-2, 5-6, 5-18
guide 2-23
guidelines 2-39
high resolution 5-2, 5-6, 5-21 to 5-24
jams 13-6
limit mark (P) 2-42
loading 2-39 to 2-43, 5-13, 5-14
plain 5-2, 5-5
printable area 5-3
requirements 5-2
rest 2-23
setting type for colour copying 10-5,
10-6
specialty 5-18 to 5-31
Paper output guides 2-23
using 5-21, 5-22
PAPER SIZE setting 14-14
Paper thickness lever 2-24
setting 5-10 to 5-12
Parallel cable 2-8
connecting 2-15, 2-16
Parallel interface port 2-15, 2-16, 2-24
PASSWORD setting 9-10, 9-11, 9-12,
9-13, 14-16
Index
Pause
button. See R (Redial)/Pause
button
entering 9-5, 9-6
PBX. See Switchboard
PBX setting 9-3, 14-6
PC
colour fax features 1-6
connecting to MultiPASS C70 2-15,
2-16
dialling 7-8
when power off 8-18
PHOTO INK IN USE message 13-14
Photo kit 5-8
Plain paper
fax features 1-4, 1-5
requirements 5-2
selecting 5-5
PLAIN PAPER setting 10-5, 14-14
PLEASE WAIT message 13-14
Power cord 2-6, 2-7
connecting 2-20 to 2-22
connector 2-21, 2-24
Power cut 13-36
PREFIX setting 9-3, 9-4, 14-6
PRINT ERROR ONLY setting 14-8
Print head. See BJ cartridge print head
Print media. See also individual print
media names
films 5-7
guidelines 5-9
papers 5-5, 5-6, 5-7, 5-8
requirements 5-2
selecting 5-5 to 5-8
I-11
Index
OUTSIDE IMAGE setting 14-6
special 1-12
Print quality
problems 13-25, 13-26
PRINT W/ BC-22e? message 13-14
PRINT WITH IMAGE setting 14-8
Printer
features 1-8
Printer cover 2-23, 2-24
cleaning inside 12-5 to 12-7
PRINTER SETTINGS menu 3-6, 14-4,
14-13, 14-14
Printing
1-Touch Spd Dial List 6-26, 6-27
banner paper 5-26 to 5-31
Coded Speed Dial List 6-26 to 6-28
document in memory 7-29 to 7-32
fabric sheet 5-24, 5-25
features 1-8
Group Dial List 6-29, 6-30
high resolution paper 5-21 to 5-24
list of documents in memory 7-28
nozzle check pattern 12-15, 12-16
problems 13-27 to 13-31, 13-32 to
13-34
setting length of bottom margin for
colour 10-7, 10-8
User’s Data List 3-18
while receiving 8-27
Problems
cannot solve 13-2, 13-3
colour copying 13-32 to 13-34
colour printing 13-32 to 13-34
copying 13-24, 13-32 to 13-34
documents that cause 4-3
I-12
faxing 13-18 to 13-22
general 13-35
multipage documents 4-9
paper feeding 13-16, 13-17
print quality 13-25, 13-26
printing 13-27 to 13-31, 13-32 to
13-34
receiving 13-20 to 13-22
receiving in memory when 8-28 to
8-30
sending 13-18, 13-19
telephone 13-23
PSTN setting 9-3, 14-6
Pulse dialling
setting 3-19, 3-20
switching temporarily to tone
dialling 9-7, 9-8
PUT IN CARTRIDGE message 8-29,
13-14
Q
Quality
adjusting for sending 7-3 to 7-7
print problems 13-25, 13-26
Quantity
document 4-2
print media 5-2
R
R button 2-27
registering 9-2 to 9-4
R-KEY SETTING setting 9-3, 14-6
Receive Mode button 2-25, 2-26
RECEIVED IN FILE message 13-15
Index
Index
information in MultiPASS C70 3-2
methods of 3-2
one-touch speed dialling 6-3 to 6-5
outside line access number 9-2 to
9-4
R button 9-2 to 9-4
sender information 3-12 to 3-17
while receiving 8-27
Regular dialling 7-8
REMOTE RX setting 14-12
Replacing
BJ cartridge 12-19 to 12-25
BJ tank 12-26 to 12-31
Report
abbreviations used 11-4
Activity 11-2, 11-5
button 2-27, 2-28, 3-18, 6-26, 6-29,
11-5
Error RX 11-2, 11-9
Error TX 11-2, 11-6
Memory Clear 11-2, 11-10, 13-36
Multi TX/RX 11-2, 11-8
reception 11-2, 11-9
RX 11-2, 11-9
summary 11-2
transmission 11-2, 11-6, 11-7
TX 11-2, 11-6, 11-7
TX with first page 11-2, 11-7
REPORT SETTINGS menu 3-5, 14-3,
14-7, 14-8
Resolution
button 2-25, 2-26, 7-4, 7-5, 10-3
sending 7-4, 7-5
setting for black & white sending
7-4, 7-5
I-13
Index
Receiving
ANS.MACHINE MODE 8-3, 8-16,
8-17
cancelling 8-31
FAX ONLY MODE 8-3, 8-5 to 8-7
Fax/Tel Mode 8-3, 8-8 to 8-13
in colour 8-25, 8-26
in memory 8-28 to 8-30
MANUAL MODE 8-3, 8-14, 8-15
methods 8-3, 8-4
network FAX/TEL switching 8-4,
8-19 to 8-21, 8-22 to 8-24
problems 13-20 to 13-22
reports 11-2, 11-9
setting length of bottom margin for
colour 10-7, 10-8
to MultiPASS Desktop Manager
8-4, 8-18
when PC is off 8-18
while copying 8-27
while printing 8-27
while registering 8-27
Reception (RX) reports 11-2, 11-9
abbreviations used in 11-4
REC’D IN MEMORY message 8-28,
13-15
REDIAL INTERVAL setting 7-21, 14-10
REDIAL TIMES setting 7-21, 14-10
Redialling. See Automatic redialling
and Manual redialling
REDUCE DIMENSION setting 14-14
Registering
access type 9-2 to 9-4
coded speed dialling 6-11 to 6-13
groups 6-19 to 6-23
setting for colour sending 7-5
Restriction
calling 9-10, 9-11
cancelling calling 9-12, 9-13
cancelling sending 9-12, 9-13
sending 9-10, 9-11
Resume button 2-27, 2-28
RING START TIME 8-10, 8-11
setting 8-12
Rollers
cleaning 5-22 to 5-24, 12-11
ROTARY PULSE setting 3-20, 14-6
RX
definition 1-16
RX CALL LEVEL setting 14-6
RX MODE setting 8-6, 8-8, 14-12
RX REDUCTION setting 14-14
RX Report 11-2, 11-9
RX REPORT setting 14-8
RX SETTINGS menu 3-6, 14-4, 14-11,
14-12
RX START SPEED setting 14-16
S
Safety instructions
1-18 to 1-21
SB-21 BJ cartridge container. See BJ
cartridge container
SCAN CONTRAST setting 7-6, 14-6
Scanner
colour features 1-9
features 1-9
Scanner components
cleaning 12-8 to 12-11
I-14
Scanning
document requirements 4-2, 4-3
features 1-9
image area 4-4
Scanning contrast
setting 7-6, 7-7
Scanning resolution
sending 7-4, 7-5
setting for black & white sending
7-4, 7-5
setting for colour sending 7-5
Screws with plugs 2-6, 2-7. See also
Appendix B, Handset
Sender information
definition 3-12
printing list to check 3-18
registering 3-12 to 3-17
sample 3-13
Sending
black & white 7-3
cancelling 7-14
colour 7-3
contrast 7-6, 7-7
delayed 7-27
document requirements 4-2, 4-3
manual via handset 7-9, 7-12, 7-13
memory 7-9 to 7-11
methods 7-9 to 7-13
overview 7-9
preparing for 7-3 to 7-8
problems 13-18, 13-19
resolution 7-4, 7-5
restriction 9-10, 9-11
scanning contrast 7-6, 7-7
Index
Index
using 3-4
Special print media
supplies 1-12
Specialty papers. See also individual print
media names
guidelines 5-18, 5-19
requirements 5-2
selecting 5-6 to 5-8
using 5-18 to 5-31
Speed dialling
coded 6-2, 6-11 to 6-18, 7-8
definition 6-2
group 6-2, 6-19 to 6-25, 7-8
lists 6-26 to 6-30, 11-3
methods 6-2
one-touch 6-2, 6-3 to 6-10, 7-8
Standby mode 2-21, 3-7
START AGAIN message 13-15
Start/Scan button 2-25, 2-26
Stop button 2-25, 2-26
Storing
BJ cartridge 2-37, 2-38
Supplies
BJ cartridges 1-11
BJ tanks 1-11
special print media 1-12
Support
cradle 2-6, 2-7. See also Appendix B,
Handset
customer 1-17, 13-2, 13-3
document 2-6, 2-7, 2-12, 2-23
Switchboard
dialling through 9-2 to 9-4
R button 2-27
I-15
Index
scanning resolution 7-4, 7-5
sequential broadcasting 7-23 to 7-26
timer. See Delayed sending
Sequential broadcasting
group dialling 7-26
sending to more than one destination
7-23 to 7-26
Serial number 13-2
Set button 2-27, 2-28
Settings. See also individual setting names
MultiPASS C70 14-2
Shipping materials
removing 2-9 to 2-11
Size
back print film 5-2
banner paper 5-2, 5-26
Bubble Jet paper 5-2
document 4-2
envelopes 5-2
fabric sheets 5-2
glossy photo paper 5-2
high gloss film 5-2
high resolution paper 5-2
plain paper 5-2
transparencies 5-2
Software
MultiPASS Desktop Manager 1-10
MultiPASS Suite Software User’s
Guide 1-13, 2-7
requirements for MultiPASS Desktop
Manager 1-10
Space button 2-27, 2-28
Special function buttons 2-25, 2-26,
2-27, 2-28. See also individual button
names
registering access type 9-2 to 9-4
registering outside line access
number 9-2 to 9-4
registering R button 9-2 to 9-4
Symbols 3-8
entering 3-11
SYSTEM SETTINGS menu 3-6, 14-4,
14-15, 14-16
T
Tank. See BJ tank
TEL LINE TYPE setting 3-19, 14-6
Telephone
connecting 2-18
features 1-7
jack 2-18, 2-24
problems 13-23
TELEPHONE # MARK setting 14-6
Telephone line 2-6, 2-7
connecting 2-17
jack 2-17, 2-24
setting type 3-19, 3-20
Testing
BJ cartridge print head 12-15, 12-16
MultiPASS C70 2-44
Thickness
adjusting for paper 5-10 to 5-12
document 4-2
Time
entering 3-14, 3-15
TIME OUT setting 14-10
Timer sending. See Delayed sending
Tone dialling
setting 3-19, 3-20
I-16
switching temporarily to 9-7, 9-8
Tone/+ button 2-27, 2-28, 9-7
TOUCH TONE setting 3-19, 3-20, 14-6
Transaction number
definition 1-15
Transmission (TX) reports 11-2, 11-6,
11-7
abbreviations used in 11-4
Transparencies 5-2, 5-7, 5-18
Transporting MultiPASS C70 12-32,
12-33
Tray
document 2-6, 2-7, 2-13, 2-14, 2-23
multi-purpose 2-23
output 2-23
TRY AGAIN IN B/W message 13-15
TTI POSITION setting 14-6
TX
definition 1-16
TX Report 11-2, 11-6, 11-7
with first page 11-2, 11-7
TX REPORT setting 14-8
TX SETTINGS menu 3-6, 14-4, 14-9,
14-10
TX START SPEED setting 14-16
TX TERMINAL ID setting 14-6
TX/RX CANCELLED message 13-15
TX/RX NO. nnnn message 13-15
TX/RX NO. nnnn/SCANNING P.nnn
message 13-15
Type conventions
in this guide 1-15, 1-16
Index
U
UN/LOCK PHONE setting 9-10, 9-12,
14-16
Uncurling
back print film 5-19, 5-20
Unit. See MultiPASS C70
UNIT NAME setting 3-16, 14-6
UNIT TELEPHONE # setting 3-15, 14-6
Unpacking
MultiPASS C70 2-5 to 2-8
Uppercase letter mode 3-8, 3-9, 3-10
USER DATA LIST setting 3-18
USER SETTINGS menu 3-5, 14-3,
14-5, 14-6
User’s Data List 3-18, 11-3
User’s Guide
MultiPASS Suite Software 1-13, 2-7
this guide 1-13, 1-14, 2-7
type conventions 1-15, 1-16
Warranty 2-8
sheet 2-7
Weight
document 4-2
paper 5-2
V
Index
VERTICAL ONLY setting 14-14
Volume
ALARM VOLUME setting 14-6
CALLING VOLUME setting 14-6
KEYPAD VOLUME setting 14-6
LINE MONITOR VOL setting 14-6
RX CALL LEVEL setting 14-6
VOLUME CONTROL setting 14-6
VOLUME CONTROL setting 14-6
W
WAIT COOLING message 13-15
Index
I-17
I-18
Index
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